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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889012901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "V VC&, Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. GEORGE 0. BARNES. 1 thi-i.e Interior Journal-STANFORD, KY.f TUESDAY, JANUARY 29. d889. I. I I ' de.-ervedlj NO. iOl , ( ha Iwen befoie- .- immI . as a dork in it general More in .voa". if tl,c'1' hiht. fu-,... i i,.. .1.... i.oinion KcJio. . ..,.,,., .. '... .. t..i.. .....I .vttvov i ' iil(ruciiuiiii. m. . ''-Mr. M l! II PATH I V I rostoii Make, who was culled goods business for ome timo. lie al-- o m Crab (Inhard, Uj b "if of the littntist chinch ,. -ervuil as a tax cidlector in Logan feiiniin-iitiK-d ,UMt'' m"1 w,, weptetl mid prenclicd ty, but he dually dropped into iieus-pn-- , i LOUIS SOHLEGEL. held by hi thiee r work, by it might almost sl,vcni1 ,'"-i'P' Madison who will under no be termed, and is likely to continue in it i ciieiinistances am-p- t hi? all bib life. lieeouseiiienre KIC'II.MONJJ that the church IvV .Mr. Kinerson was hoi 11 in Lyon I'hotoir.ipln in all tyl ami ty, May .., is'il, hut his father,' the Hev. s "r"in without a pastor, 1'icturei in I 11111 eur-diol" W. Kmi.rsnii. lw"iiiLnii itini'Mint M..1I1. The lneetiiigat the Methodist chinch India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. New de 11 .hen's MrttK I would Ilk.- to Ih helpful , few .lavs. .Nick .McDowell has IhmHiI ana M ii. ,11 rirv low diicu Krt'n tl.U um.L- ...Kui ...I..I.I.... H... ...... .. ,.,l!inP ...... I,...! will likelv continue tliront-l- i ! m fuvritp tad, if tltP I. .1. will mi- ' in mmiucmir ner niHtcnni pnvsK-iitit. I Perkins' interest in the linn of ..i.,;,., ,. i,.,v I .....1.. i,,,,,,.. -. ii;V. ' Itev. Wriulit. who was ..vnpiteil to t,. it- - half uiiv and rel1iitiih i.t., theirc .j.-.,I IKIIll IV II lllliili'i "I Villi' lioilit.Uin ' - ! rf was unable to come, and th- - ". ut.- ul The H.k'Mn.t' the nrrival of our dear IX'o1.? '? ,ri?,.lfl"- ""V Mh1'"" "? father is now a member of the Louisvilie "'Ahi ! A 'C0,v ( ,,e,,r" Conference, and is one of the ablest ami although Mr. Kvnm has p.eached night-- ! is over, and I friends bus liet-- one of the lwpiht of fur IU.11..W f,, I i w greatly en- ''"" original thinkers and pivacherv h, ly for two week, he. ii'itbiitllv nay we Imve mude' ourllvi-- . tk mot The enjoy ITorida Ms iniich in An Arn.n. ...paje Annual Calendar, beaut, by the good he i doing he will all along tint Hue," in us we, mid w hen the s of s g.t irmnd ,,."" S."lni' lmtu" '""'' l,,,M" fmi" lv"n'- - the denomination in Kentucky. Walter g.iiln.h.ui --'-"ut ,,".vi,,'r l,,,rst'!i- - teceived an excellent education, though "" uMy finl.h.d w.,.r.clorei( ntiinie. There have been no confess-- ' ""fawimble ran n pflp uf frwhlv milietvl v nii.i.g.ts.in.i.stoH Will "... ."' l'!ir'H' mw f"r U "'", .. 1 o, ...,r sev. I,. ions to date s. think ,.V,,im, the Mr.rint IH-- fer obtained, as he felicitously express for the t,,Hin-"W-- At the Mible meeting at the Chris-- ' any pcrio. who. eml.e mn ., , , mmv wv4u not t the -- about in siots." After the business w ." bavaiuiM fiM.thoril here. A few in tl rtv. a law wh.I.-Im.w- I eiitn- .. .'.:.... .i'niM-i.iii-- .. will -- ii. som Addr. ui-- , h .in.iis of iimnlts Mi...i.....ui ....1. nil oiiniw "limberii or the piiee. The horse mar- - ,.y,i0..,. .,,v,. i,.iiiim.il. be fell in tian chui-c- Siimlay nidit. new olllcers of theNe Vork Udser. . . w .. 111 j I'MM' i,i ! ROIIKRT llllNXKtfSSONS, I'uUUlicr.. "I tin- - wink doin glmsl to', , tslition of "Milkers," with h '. ""I""'"' lmi"n mv with .Mr. John M. Caines, now of the weie elected ami reports lor the paM 17J William Mnet.Neu Vor City. "",Mn" ' ' year lead, lhe Mibles sold during the '"lying, .lirk ritv Tilm,H) llM,i tiK. fl. genth-iiun- , and lirainy. the liwioiis fM,it. and eves rollim in I'll Calendar t worth (ullj 15 cent. . . horses. .......1 ... .i .- ... .... .. ii--i..a venture tnev newspaper work. 1 aim toe amount i.itiielo me annuity nigni, aner ine various stage of .. enjnvinunt' . '" ,,,'-l"-''rloMHl. and said: "I want to iluuceiit wit, .piieked bv the surname nun-tinstalled the Adairville dipper, at Adair - donated I.M). Dr.Savage. thecolpor .I""' s MlvMi,Mr. with iinsKfakabh. thanks, ..VK.V n;,,,,IV0s 1,.lul ! f,1"luI ville, Logan county, but at the end of teur, was present and after a short talk U. id. M KOJiJliLtTS, M. D., of the and the detuwt , f,ou, the year Mr. K..ieion sold his interest. took up a collection of which will thatyonigiKdhasreM-uedmefn.niiu- . 'Mr; l,w,,,ft' A." ,It:,.0" ' ", .'V'1"', clirtMliui low binding all together; STANFORD ' KY Mr""" , ."V 'af"turt He tlien took a position as associate edi - P' to the American Jlible Society for liiclity. I run worship, love and obey doubt if vou could seme up a )ltMsanter , , , ' '" '""p', Tllt' torof the e, ice on ut Uiissell- - the purpose of giving Mibles to tho-- e s.Ut1'"? .t. I street. .,iite the iod von have preached." . . nartv in'tliis "laud of Howers." siu.. ""--- -1 eu 1.0 me .w nM m . - . I HlianitUsan. 1 the leslllt . is your i: full v ... a r. ('. .1. Aorwoot . now State In- - wuoaie iiuniiie to iiuy tliein. The til - P"c .' ? P'o'V4.10"-."1- mt. Pi.u. trom ui,erti, tllto notier. wit ha heart v haiulsiake. ' '....... ,,...,.. ., ...... " ":.' . .)" itntion Of ...1 ' ' .t.c ..iroige n. oruce, pies- '", s. i spector til .nines, was men etuior-iu- ; nils nigni. I nuiirii 10 my mIIOIII tor the pilltv. Thus fat we lme' P" c 10 ine iaci tnut lie will .lfie readyat nil houn ..M1ke.s on. t.hil.f, ,m(, th,ir lllK.r ,to0(, ,eservedly ident. .1. .1. .McMoberts.secretaiy. "' .Th'im-r,lone i.JTTlfc' S.''.-JSrDr. M. .llleuiilliei . I had .cmsI.o pmy to , And omm-e- s s.iSrL l,l ,u''iig pniposeti for i hi.abiiity u. ,,,:,, jn state jotirnalisin. The Held a, - Mtnirne treasuier. The executive L'lT..." ""?ecisslr f th' (mhI Whom I colli' I not respect or the iih- - mi- - u..ii.l..rfnllv ... " ' it house for the pin- - nt (0.ul ,.,,Hjj, fol. i tiicpeopirotntanfordaii'dv.cnity e. Custom and ear ly training held bettor than howl fruit of the maiket. l,u'M,"'' ul ambitious eomiiiittee is compocd of the following ' " u,,n"u'rt',i" u''l- - voung man in linssellville, and with the persons .Mis. W. (i. Welch, Mi. .Ii sie I con Id stand it no The latter is so delicious that It is illlll-- l .". "'r1111.1'"' V' long in line, till . . itf mul iwol veil that I woum ou cult to wuiceive liow it tsmld be moreso. should be largely attended. Too imicli .VtiTiiiiimtion to sectiiv a fiwthold on Itaney, Mrs. II. J. Mcltoberts. Mis. Dr. whatever eniiiu of it. Then I re- -' Hut nil who have eaten of thoe fathered interest can not be shown in this matter, the metropolitan press the young associ Mronaiigh, Ale.-M-. r- -. 1. K. Mariow and W. It is a settled fact if a club Is organized Now I come fmill McMoberts. i nued Hi) ol.l ate editor turned to Louisville, t,.k.if.. l,,,e lu,....!,. lie mul woik in thepiiperwaytl.eycando;wt.Ilttlu.u. long-los- t tio.1 ami theii siipeiior e.cellemv. the aiituuin of Ib-- de i.uk wttbjoy to my 'I )il notm fureu.iriis hiinii-r- , tWhuriuen ami It Don't Pay l.llMr. H.ll (r. ir. .1. .... .... !.. write. I hwir, without, siicccpmw miicli towanl beiielltiug out already pending solely upon himself in every I. ..J. ...I..A... s.nim The obstnclertiiro gone, A '(omI , l.i u.e uui.irt.iiii iiiciini. when ititfcnnc frtim dii- - town. .o all inh willli- - prutrviiUnl to the full- I can and will l'l-e- " m I ..- and N'otnlng reports, as keen ns the cnuk of a Wlii- - prosperoiirespect, and began at the very bottom of tin- li.er, IiIimi.I r higiud- ndrew Whitlet.oi thellrui of (Jen-tr- y the ladder as a reporter on the Coiiinier-- eae of "li.er comiilalnt." lungn, .111 Ii a . Wlliim.- - c' I.xiunt orthr l s mc." cheslcr lille; and am lemlliiled ol the sLin dite-..crofu. T. nfm.r Illl.l.. i:kii 11 limiin.'i.. A: Whitley, was struck in the head uKii-fiim- l A Hii- -. till u I s,j k. ms. iiauoh.man, old origin of the soubrbtw-- t lltat clings to eiiil. He made his mark speedily and Ihur .iofuia (Lom - Lff-'n iu..p., when s .ShaJcks! . ubt tiiv luiiids was coining out of tho uinil dweller- - in and l'lori- - witli a Mick thrown by it negto 1'iiila) iua vear was ollered the position of ",,,nlJ- o""'-'nt.o.i- of s.ii.wtitniMAN morning, eauiug hii ugly wound. As tsuiu ,epocr upon ,e Co,ie,-..- o, . .Hid shIiI, In n ciinilden-- ' da. "Cracker." llnv im- - called. t I oiui-iia never I 4u, n- i nm. mUed m llatilshell knew the aoiiud of a skillfully mauipula- - ,Mr' ''''tlev wa- - coming out tin- - door lllll. Ill- - accepted the Oiler lllOllllltlv nr iiM.nev l.i,ll..r it will l.e nni.n.llv r.l..n.l.l mm, b- li.ng.il t the Mctluxlists :w Ui o whip till I mine to tliis country; i "l0 lu"r0 """i""1 losing and remniked ami did Ills wmk so well that in a few i. for .1" n uraMo $vx XV ,m,t M '"' 'm,, 1,eltor r'" vt-- months he w.w inadeKentuck) news ed the iifterrdthe jir irielor-i.- f r,(.c ul Catarrh in v. ir. know all tho true ami fuUe doe- - though I have heiml fair iini- -' to '' )i K.ic' Ii) Itemt'H.i in both ami I want to wiy tlmt I ' tatlons In "the OH I Kentucky home " ",in- - Mr. W. said he would and went itor, then editor of the special telegraph ed) 'k into tliestoiv and as he came out i(. dispatches. Three years ago when I.F l KK f- The "Crackers an- - coming" used to (. i.. ,lu' (.. n, my s,n. mid iol bless vou. You mid stillis in less.legive thecn of town ,tM'k-(lo"r ,,a ,u"-- m hit ml" w,, ,lu'' Col. K. Polk .lohiison resigned lhe s,o-..- . T1'1' "l""r" w',""''"'htwl ''"! l''-- J eiate editorship of the Louisville Times folk- -, when the long lines of wagon, nght. I fuel it." HOW I AND. K , 1M' hi jail. I uiiMiught testimonies nioie I wiring their loud; of these three to U'come the manaaing cslitor of the and other 'l'lie miny weather has sti)pied Prof. IU a bkL 011.1.I1 li m .ill 11. dci.iriinvnt. and tli..u iep.iv in, for coming to Martow. "truck" dellled past open windows mul tlt, ,Ktiuu f tele- sT WHlRl', K iletlr l uill tin. attiiitiun ot the pulilit to their they are but "specimens I havo ev- - dooiv, the lulmring o.ai iesioiidiiia l'"" '" m ",,rK "" "w loa'l'"0e "" gntiih editor On tlie new aftei noon da'tlx slock uf Mm t and llo)' C luilniis. Halt, C.ipi, lint nil) ttlici on I..in.aier niuvi. in llootn, .Shot Mrj (.tiodo, Notion ,.. and Fainil) ' "' w. u ,.ri.,i t0 .iri iCnorsou and lie has ' with wlmt nUitnrAs wh!ii them to the between here mm llnnoiisDurg. they WIli . ,j reason to believe. Praise the Loitn! Ct.unir) prodiite taken in exchange lmV1' H "I' t,llvt ""'", fr)IU ,(Hvn- - As' "" "" U ill - entitled to the original design, diabolical mule of tl for;;o.d. Wiil h.i.t oiirC hrivtm.i. Siotl. I,) lie lemaiiied with tliat lively Journal evei "Movlue (iuiek-- ' " tcinlier ii I .ill 11: and Inok it line - lompleted it is said hil.,.. I will lmethephiM.un. of ventilu- - 8t.p." playwl h sues of skillful i,,,,,,. "oou I. . .... ......it. .....k- will I... I....U to Wl..llf..h.1 ami i.ii.-iii" t 11.' it 111 ll nr ie ivcoril o his sinsccpsive liromo eisoftie ekorv. "lio "1.11IU.111 11V." to IjuuniMer. Then we can talk oei tions tell but half the story of his pio-- 1 I hoc .etnrrd the s. ivii l a iOiUetent t Ui ciiteipHsing vtiiing lvnTestiite man, in ,,ll latltudew, .eems to be the yji,,, , Til KM SCHOOL ! llairods- - foani,ia micccss. all Walter Kinerson U kind .MLr ami imtnprepare.! 10 (do Hy and ,Vt l.irtow will stmt the ball rolling, and of cruel inventions, to alir bin slumber. ""' w,,l,h t0 ,xintoii, of rtp.imiia Uiicio. n.v i.rriajc. .... tllU,0,,l nml ... tm. t all of on. ie I think of il the mine I am iua eiieides. The "maid" of the Oiient: I,r Will ui ..... Hiei0ll0..1 :n.. the siim-i- round ll.l.'Sntll...'In III. .11 nrl "i.ip....uil "" m "!.:""'".... Hhm.i.jI ,. I aj;aili .. 'l.i :;."..' ...: .1... I 11 I. in at- - the lash of the Occident -i- I.m! tv - nil' next iniiig 111 oilei now is .1 struct cat 1. is.ia.led that it will Hud general imv - so 011 r.u 1 . w.11. ami '.' lilu- On " looks tome this would pay audi, ie iourualistic sense is not tin- result of I'loiiila, ami oveiitually like the ivnoit of a niiiski.t-nli- Ki. 111 4II1 1889, t nlaiiie fuisfonn the homeliest village into a th. portion of the gentlest ami kindest I'veryonc eiiteitiuns the same opinion, cultivation, but is instinctive. He hub! STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. Munt iniuil-hanr..- aliu.iK unifa2Ml.iiiilth b.werof beauty. Iliiully, the plan Is of all the creation that yet "grimns, be- - ' 't'"' w,,-- ,,"'t MnK 0,u, ,ako ,l"'1 the "nnse for news" about wliich gn-it-t niuth hcttur than tunn fur a lctaif Uur work is thorough,l.i.l i.arwwn by tn'.l " " To niv mind, the greatj tllil,!- -' '" l",llt, f,"(, l'LV wm,t nl" ,'0' editors aro so fond of talking. In adili-- ! this. To set out rows of "sweet sopd- -' i hunh-iu-tlschool the twithi r hIio wii out Irwn ns lnM We thnll 'ieie is sun 10 nt out neie to reeogni.ing a news item when li ig" orange tivtw, in both sides ofoveiy tender, pensive eye-othe common ov is "ollt'. . . . .. ' litnL.. u kiLi'lnlt, tl... mi. ...... .. ...... )wr. r........ .. . ..f . I., s.. . ....... .v.. ' i " ' I... .....o it, 1... wt.nin; .1 7,,,,, ore anu wuii ;. iwt' ",n ""1' of tho street in tow n; the ,iops to leiiiilmise . protest against the M,mi' ""-- "Im ,111Mle.,, ebi.. id neth.ceMt . .. t ... p.tthetie of the guilty master, undeiland the" town already has a char bubiiriibb. h.dlsi.lnv it happy knack ,1,1. siUflM(wlfc,,. Mill.. Cull .. it rimirwinr yro- - ourl,?.!mc" iHeiicr,Cuiir.e do h;bitter .'than enter 1. r.. ",aM "' mf.ird Keller for hi to tl... I.i.t .. . ...... j tin- planter, ami guantuieeu 10 nun, oy thoughtless cruelty ...... .i ,f ,1,.,. 1, ... wn( i,,.,, eiat. Rule, from $1 to to a wr iiionlb ter. Vantage by the mechanical aids of head llumlo keep It. or gtU n order from them and uty ordinance, in perpetuity, lie "my man, that one .Mn. m. r. iii.:.y, l'rmciiKii. et 11 at tlie.Mlll iliul I ivlll ifiiaranlee a pleasant I. s lines, and leads. Ik !IS I'lOO - ...j ...,..,,... 1. ..,(1, Hiiblet Ins rights in the crop, or sell them Xs.i.tnnt We tarry for a few days longer. I Oucklen's Arnica Salve. . I'liriS, .siiicrintendint .y W. on the Louis jet uny other property. Ami lie. on his have in v "Anglo-Israel- " live In the uurlil lor cut, lirulscs ably the best head-line- r de- lectures to TlichotR lev and tiiidit. i i..ut. assuiiicsall expense of setting and' i.0r. '". - salt rheum,"",1 trwrc. tetter, chap- - ville press and any newspaper man R. B. Mn "'' uP. knows what a high compliment it is to ''"'pieserving theinaf- - peradventuie, f can cover that tenilic! boxing the trees and ! "STAUD ,., planting. A limit. . ag.oed upon. say this of an editor. He is also very "known as,, hotel bill" by the SfCCIlSSOR IO uniy be set to the time allowed in carry- - celpta. I tint rather enamored of this' Honor money refunded t'nee 15 ccnti cr box. rapid worker, both as a writer ami in reading ami editing the avalanche of a r. I'tnny. .Stanford. Ky. M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER im: tint tlie plan; say, n forfeiture of all n,w method of "raising tho wind." Tho "" "'i-i "copy" which the Associated Press gath- - I hive purchased the lumber yrd of Mer, after tho tilth year, "necessjtry expenses" of an evjtngelistic iiuplaiitetl territory, Electric Bitters. l Wearcn .old I M ilruce and will open lobe and George at the one purchased of Mr Wearen. Gil 4TH AVENUE, I'lu trnied) Is litciii'tlng mi ut-I- knon'ii ami so el's fl'OIII I'VCIV iplltlter of tilt Tills will limine prompt action on the meeting have always been a lltnW to a bijj yard Heside. lumber in rouah and dre.ed, I will carry planter's part, uiubn Hpeedy adornment the unhappy evangelist. Not all of im popular a to intd no special inintloii All win. M)lllv uillill his ilesk ill il I Mre line of union abe, dour and ninile, li.,,,il,c,lKleclrklllUr. sirf th.. saint krai.r .if LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. This ability to bundle a gl eat latli.o.t. . and the,, itket fence formerly sold by can demand of a willing public ten to praise A purer inediiinp doe not exist and It Is t f tho city. . ' Mr. Weart-nr S (1. IIUCKHR amount of copy rapidly IS 11 most lllipor- ny one who i'hiU nil uciiuuinted with twenty thousand dollars "ut n clip," to I flalmtd Uleclrlc ,r..ntrr.i lo do all tl. it thy exquisite beauty of i full grown jay "neceHsary expenses-,- as Moody or llltli r will curt- nlldle..tsof the l.lver mid Kid- - t tl 11 requisite Upon till- - llftet'llooil p;li('l The Nobbiest & Most Stylish orange tree.itH well for sluide as fruit; its .sunt Jones can. Wo "small frv" have ne, willreiiimc Pimple, Holts, Salt Itluinn and f a huge citv when- - e.K'(litioll 11111st t cuusid I.) Impure blood Will ltf stock of ,., y tlL.lurlmut , jy tlense, deep green foliage; Its symmetric- - j to got along a best wo can alack! How other alltctlons r..... ll... l... t... I i.r... mil .j ' tl .1 paper Ollt ill time Ulltl Serve the 11CWS to THE GERTS' FURNISHER, , al shape; its gorgoua truiuigo und its beau-- 1 often havo loving frionds, who longed ......,. all Malarial Kevin.. Kor cure tiful and otloilferoitn tlower, can eflsily'for n meeting hesitated over the ro-- i itea.l.icbf.toiistip.itioiiand indigestion tr Kht the leader almost siiiiiiltaneousU with 013 4th St., Louisville. imagine the attractiveness of atown thus uponsibilitv of an Invitation because' it lric '1""- KnUrc; Miif.iiioii xaur..nite.t or its happening. ,,M,M' ',,r ,'0"11, " Mr. KiiKtsoii has had a vaiietl experiadorned. It would draw n population Ilu.nilt an inevitable $luo to $loO- -l r,,I,lev,r:',,m)'Hiru l'5,M'' fa.hion. of the diy In the dents' I uriii.h, ence as a icpoiter nml a correspondent. iniThe Mill alwavs be found in niv itore. I am "like a mustard plaster" as Xntli would cvangelisfs bwair Ineliitletl-a- ml thev1 Ime Is Consumption Incurable? He represented the I Hill's at the last agent ior the Indiampoli Menu Laundry, the r.M-- bniuKluti. h m and eveiy town and city, instead of knew not where to look for it in tlici'r til) ul l.ouotllle, tiow open Read the following Mr. I". II Morn, Newark, l.aundrvin iho world. session of the legislature and did nota- waste ugliness of glarlngHiind, would ''abounding poverty." This is a more intludini; the the iib .Mute, of I.unus .ays- "Was down Ark, bu like a great orange gifive. Of coiirsoj appalling contingeiicy than even the ..ml Mends and nhs.lti.int iirinwiiiitt'd mu an in hie work. His best feat was on the best KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS shade trees aiecoiuinon. The "live oak," nonied opposition of "tlieclergy," though . ut. ti,u- iMiioiinpiui- - lititan uknie Hr. Kinjjs piece of news whicli occurred during And also my own importation of Knujliih If at tllO Tllte lleflllcil. though of slow glow th, is utilized huge-- , that is not to lie despised for lightness Ne I Into, cr) for consumption, and am m.;ii ,iH H(.V .McKlNNF.V, KV. and Caps An elegant lino ol tanen mid Lyon' no third bot.l,. .,nd able ... tion-a- .id on this he made ii liandKome ly, mid its confiere, the graceful "water, by any menus. And then, what a dole-oak- in) fnrin. Il N the linctl iiicdkine erm.ide. L'iiit'ii'll..s alwiisk on band Kino , . , . s.w f. . ywvwv. ft f s Tr is also much planted. To my mind , ml road is that of zealous biother or sis- .. i..... Mi.i.u,..-.,!- -- Iieeaiur. Ohio. .as; -- Had oeai on ins iivms. ... ........ cummin " 'For Dtiiii, Mrdicintt, lle ...."'. sirup oi l'ig " B1L1" BilMUM' VJXro , when hefeelslike it, andean turn a pun- thelatteris about tin, most exnuisite. ter. who have the "heavy end of the I,,,.. I. n.lHt f..r lr. Ki..cNe i..rM.,y b, .South possesses. But none to lift," in collecting that "t paniKraiil, ith tl... same facility shade tive the Ord.r, ool.T'teM" 'V:,,' u7l,''d l"tal. j ,na, '"' ,l",,a up a starlhng new ssensa - ;,uil .mend to our. irudtimrtmwt; aim attend toi ,i,h.r toy oltcncd, prriett ail.fctior.-Roaru- . can iipproxiniato the peerless orange tiee even after a "gootl meeting"; and how s,....i. i. ,nt... fr.. ,t ' ",ht"r " ""', ,or! '" W,uil i.ml.NniiBVll.OR w,,y "-- is a graceful and pleasing dismal is that interview when the dear,1 beauty and p.ollt. Ami this -n 11 never to have oceiiirctl to ic "eityfath- - burdened collector Inn to say, "Brother ors" of any of riorida towns. Tin1 Barnes, I wish it weie moie," or "Mm. "" grand possibilities of sheet iitloriinit'tit, ituincs, aim ushnmed oi our peo- jn the orange, feem. to in vi- been whol- - pie that tln-- can't do better," or "Mm. Ci(Kl iH LOVC ly lost sight of. Ftuingc that it Barnes, I will .ec if I can't collect tonicIClHC. Imvt been! Take Martow, for example. inoic uml send it to yon" the last I'iftoon veins ago, when tli(- Hist Moie a pathetic "trial" that litis never yet, to I'UA.t3IC TIIIC I.OIIU, wilt built, on what is now the S. I:.. cor-- my knowledge, proved successful, owing ucr of the sipnm-- . tin to "out of sight out of ininii," that nil MMtlOW, 1'l.A.. . I .N. .".'. IHMI. tlciiiuu wIki em ted it planted six sour clout prowrb so true. Then comes the Hkvii I.rt:iiimi: -- Indulge me in a genoraiiLvtiocsIn front of hi- - establish- - pitiful fact tlmt the "willing s mo ii, premonitory growl. Four time "cold they are the pude of Ikir ridden to death." and the burden of mint. ms niaile mo spoil "cuticle" "rutb tvju-low. nuigcd In tin- itrfilille of tin- utm-t- : giing fnlNuiKin n fiw. who. nerbaii". "'i " Tile gtipvuney.tliwefore, has 'I""' I... I.. '. .. . . . I.I. ....I.I.... ...!. .....11. ' " not nine to p.ty All i.itn .o tho JIPIIIP MRU, "Typog.l.phinil Ium" tU' ' 'j"11, ' ih ' ml.lltloinil distress t., tin longer ......done tho of. "'I?' '" "' "u """gens,, who yci mis m live. I shall either bve T fi inc. to ulmmlon , """7" i Till." worrv Is obviated bv tlip festive II... ...... ttf I... t, ,l..l . Hiuit if. .... .111.... onim; mat coon cuiminati-i- in tnt- pitin foi the wloriiineiit of Mar ow, tlmt, I "bi'tuiv." 17. "Incline!" "Collection". i run loth to (lo either, but of two . , ,. ells IIMJII-- , IWII Willing IOIIIHI, i bit' Hill uivens am io.e the Ieht. Forgive iin- if We HIV mi hugely the domi- - thfv lUt, frwlv as air and livht as .'hen. info In hun 1 while "expenses" art- spread over a .My goin-- l i "loyp nniiPt- of our senses: and the ce mi word. '" " "". in it demands Unit it larger sin face nre scnrcelv felt as a bur- r- Nothing KW," im1 I want it to w nrtnrnrt w,,M,.,i I sought den wlhen glu-- n n lecture e and me uim-y and ritj ate ' lrtly lioriic by the cliisst tlmt icflllv ,hl" "" ,ot,u'r My "cUrte" b vcrj thin thing eUc ...... lIK.v 0, .. it.a ' .,..(.( ... !..... il in AiiIi'i(iimiiiiiiI , ..... v.............. lu ?, mi., mmt. mim .1 this Hllll If von will tnk- - this hint 'T of 1. ..!.. lu.!tl.U,lvl..l. ' ... "' prhe tovMi lots would vory mjoii Jiioti "' yli-il the 'idly. will l"m fy the foiykight of tlnnK- - wlio llit adopt itnu, iii mi- - ny my ..iiuiiih' iMfftin, on which I aiii HI I ""i M'i cl the ploii anxious to nronnL-ate- . . . with UHliiio, ii. to..i.k; no iBiiiUo buy; '...,... in .iml. ,,..,,,,,,.,,, ' n mi tip" ., . pim to in n matter of fact. They nk tlmt it U connwtpd with "iiwrn. ' ' .d " "niMniiiiidiH," Av., liile I iotitly Iip , . h.Iw.iu- iM rmiM mcmiM MMmpi expeiiM-,V. .. ....... . "... it-ifctuies. r lliHl it tippt into the Iniigtiiigv thro' ; mm h .... , itwiy luraim. hiii. n 111111- .,., . nit Hp. a" did "pupti," being tin? till 11111111 of I'lirrenf .vm.iik.. In i.nrbif? fi.r .. nous 10 giiPii.iuiem. except as a matter ....... .tt..miUP ..r ni,it..iHl hnhihood .. .i.v.., ....... . .... .. .. . 1, ....... lf.1 inm 'in irnm to a .. ...... . iiiwifi ciiv.jme .... ..i........ "'r "" .. .. , t mis ,,,,1,1!,. v,.Viiiit tictiiy. imrtow. ,ng or.li.Hn hnt fa t!. ..M wrvtoon ll.HMmHn. inn.w.U tin. ,,...lIthewohl"m,u.m." Mul .tli thl, ,0,s.: n,mi.rldH would .s,,wlllvern her . .nil.-.. -- pinion ami l. of mlneo liy iM.fln,lflli luum. ils m. st.n?v.. ,, ,,, OANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. f 'ftmiiitv iiiiu 110 oaijy evT iittt-n-among CoJiimbrnV , IMp.M j diamond -i,,,,, !,!., ,,lir ' llwt '"a" short, I riii eoiitvut to yield While Niving her ehil- - grocerymen hat- taken place in the last t" ninth Iwl niithoHty ami ui fcfiill - aild Nothing - - court-hous- e - hoi-u- To-da- y " - - ,r,..r-will.- '' '' I "- ........ y . ... writer with n style devoid of heaviness IjRII HT;iPiPMyVN, and ban the raic faculty of always bring- SlRGKON DKNTtsr, ing out the meaty part of the nubject in Kr'ktvckv.. Stakford, hand, lie is nppreciated by office euth Me .Main, two j.k.,i im. DcP, t St Mr. Logan, chief editor of the Timcpj and the propiietois as wi II us his tu.soci-i u i iitpson that journal. He i one of th ' most popular young men in Louisville. a.v ei.uhant ofir'ir siokf. fixtl-rfh".in Safe, Scntinind sim for .t Mr. l'.meixiii was iiiarried about four two nut ai8itlj rtdiiro.) rtt. m. wc.v have Hnbblc, hi ear ago to Mi.h Sallu- Mel'.wen. uf Ciion a Hammond rn k " and tlu-have a charming lioiiie mi Sixth sttect. 1 1 tt i c., - - I Xa-bvil- le, CHURCH AFFAIRS. Dr. Ver-miIIU- I M ,.. '" "" ' I 1IUM-.I nn-le- r .' """' HARRY A. EVANS, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, - - I III- - g - en-- - Ih-- pOi-Hill- 1 . f" 1 1 lh' . r I ! 1 giiii-Hfull- i . '7 Aiigio-israeiisi- nl"l" tlivdit-tioun- - '"' i . -- , HTKZr'isr.x'iWi'" ,,,.,,,.'...,... . -, meeting at the M.WHiRD, KV Chiistmn churuli cloeil with Mineral nd limlxr Land KtiMinl Cencnl ,'' v v : " about "0 additions. Work An.iljil. 5J Kid. W. A. (libion, brother of our' .lobn Mel tiibeim, will till hm pulpit at Dishman, Dishman & Metcalf, MR. WALTER P. EMERSON, the Chi Mian chitivh next Miudnvmoru-- , mid night. .New 8 editor of the Loiiimillc Times, iR AHYS. AT LAV & REAL ESTATE ACTS. A w'",it piutor has liw-Rsked to Mil ilhiiitriltion of the fact tlmt a man JiAKIIOURVll 1.1. anl II.I.K, K i toti long. ma v knockabout " . pmu-uehi for Komo It- -' Will practiie in any cuurt in Kattrn Kentucky ..... . C t .1. inationse tnit ntl made aiciiilty. Any tie sttlli ng upon his life t ,i,mo" onpivKitttQiti win jiiense note ' la".,r"nfo,mJ .iinor, cuai ma nnncrai (ana r. r work, but if he ha tthe light stuir in ""I'lveintlieiiiselvesiitTonlingly. ltfruiiheii 'in inr muni nu.l 'rti-t- l . liiir ly. .... Iiwt .v...-I n ..4...1 . .. "tmiiiit xniciiea iPV. .1. Int. ....!...: in in in- will got utrir hi nun' iiiii ..i l nere, wnicJi ipgult- be has once found his niche will tit i.i i'ewueui itieeung 71) .... n..' :" ",u" " "..... :.. j"'""""""', .n t ; wl 1.11011.11 "ii od in eonveisinns nn.1 tin. Hn.i.tlnn r.f r.. "" "' V, 'pi-T-- l I ig tlit-wo- while-befor- e -- . "'" "c-'"- s 1 i I t - 1 lu-l- ' I i... f,t...i !...., .. .. i.. . iimiiy family a nrs. .No shpIi mciiiiu iwl ...... ....... ......' 1 ... ,,. s "r x 1 :..,. u.u ikcju uuuer. ,.., .,.,,;,:,; ., ...; utur .inch 'i'"l " i:r,r" .'" l".cim"lm j"i. nivt, niiiiiin ,,,. 1 ' n ImiM-woike- lAtr,n2 , .. '' .J"" IM-- ";""", ' PHOTOGRAPHER, . -go y !' - . 1 1 . ,- - jm-.tioi- i. '- ln-to- I ' 1 t'.i' 1 OFFER. -- ,,. . .iii -J ! " '- S1 lh' 1 g-- ' tZTslTZZ fiJSi - ....... .: ' ilik -i - "" ee-tH- tte i ..7. A,.S - .t . ... j,0 ulTl ,,,, ' .1 """"""' 1- 1 ' , 1 , u.i ' lt ,,centf..rthe.n. ,, 'l-'- "h; ., ii - Her.ild-Knterpiis- ',. ,.., 1 .:..'. ... '"."' loiim 'f Court-ltuu- i '".'i-fAo- I t.' i"( ikci . .. .! POSTED. - J ,s - - ' ' t lit-orgi- n ZljSS - imblr r ll-- ad ' j. xx. HityroN -- i ' A. S. PKIOE, Cicncral .llcrcliandisc, Sl'RGEON DENTIST, ' I . ... ...... .' finx-vrif- he ' - ... ' UnOTICE! 111 ,'' ' Mui-gin- HIB -- ..- . - ' !" ji.i "r" 11 February i v ' j ,,. ,,, - . 1 . i ' .. v ...... !., 1 . J i,. .,. It Milt-head- ' j IXCBiSX I I . . 11 LT7MBBB, GEOGHEGAN, ,,, 1 UeVer-PlliHlI- , ' " t(. WOOD WALLACE, ; - ' M I A T S9 .. - i - -- ." " LOYD & CO., ' . - " ,r ' s f. .rl?.i Uoorm ar ti. ftF!TaMSrS:iOIAU ft1 ""'" '' 'J ... Vb I l 1. I! t i i tc SJ Henry Kincaid and Cluw. Whiteside, It begins to look like the damocrata of It seems that democratic candidates! tho Wst Virginia legtelnturo will throw for State treasurer Arc not lackinu by colored raJlroad'lnborers at- - Cumberland their chances nway and permit the State suvernl. Tho present appointee, Judge Gap, fought about a woman when ithu h'nrp, is an avowed candidate, the I'adu- - latter w'asshot to death. W to go lock, utook nnil barrel to the repubColonel Itohcrt J. Ingensoll wuh law of that State ah Standard nominates Maj. Hale, of Stanford. Ky., January 2tV, 1880 licans. According to the &c by the newly established if 110 governor is declared elected by It raven, who willenter the ring, the H las March 4th, the president of the Senate gow Times suggests James H. Martin, of Flayers' Club, at New York, because of views. TiPTTfiR , nnnk'R , STATIONERY. . Huccecds to tliivvucancy and tlio republic Barren, and ho on. The republicnnspio- - his oflcroiSf W. WALTON. SZ cV Pittsburg liquor men have organized to take Advantage less to think that they have the of- cans are endeavoring t.n s n vi ib.m. r iv. h ou ' of it by delaying the count of thO vote tlco in their grasp, but they lon't even an association to oppose the prohibitory ili r i nv x t iwiOn our tiiht page is a pretty fair like i for that olliee. Tliev also think they fool themselves y the assertion. A good amendment in that Shite in the event of mpiunil'd. UMlrl) l'hUiAnprf" iiptiiun c nessof the excellent young news editor pan secure the assistance of Carr, the democrat can and will be elected as easy its submission to the people. v m Part of the ocean wharves freight of the Louisville Times, Mr. W. P. Km- - president of the Senate, who i a as falling oil a log, notwithstanding we sheds at Savannah, fin., collapsed, and together with a sketch of his lifo cnit, with lubor p.uty leanings, by light. jare to have a j in precipitated i'WO tons of ultimo into the THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, at our request by a him the glittering prize nnd witli his h was said and doubtless truthfully slip. Intimated loss .flO.OOO. Journalist of his citv. who lias simnlv ....i.. ..l.... iinii n Hiii 1'. S. Senate. It in t'r, CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. ...,..... that Harrison remarked on one o 1'iwion i inl.l the ainrv uitlirti.i nnv .:.... 1...I1 ,... it,.. Many of the people in Seward conn that ,l "Oihir a ilay m omoiikIi money for t.f Kans;iS :uu on tlio verge of starva Kvcr Iroueht to I'ium lower lhn l "smear it on," ho noticeable in the iiver l0r and while it would prove politii-athe lo ctl. Wat. Iict, CIV and Jtweliy He. lhoring man. If he had said a dollar tion The is in that part of Kan age biography, Besides being personal - 8Uicide for him to Uike it, he mnv not rrAnted. (Mirtil jn ihoftjnoluc snd ., .,.. i.:i .. .....i.i.i'. . ... i t. hMh !m imnd iiintii'li for :inv man. luboier ma ...1. !..i.. ..ir. 1.. a 1. i.i. .t me ...!... un-nvm nui huiiuvtv " nmii'i " iv - iiiginv pri.eu menu 01 .1.. euiiur, ie utile to llttig away mi ainumoii 10, -- The llabylonlan Exploration Com- lr. Kmerson has proved himself uvalu - i)e governor, oven thouuh the olllce be! or what not, his statement would not 1,!m' ,Ht'n M wwn.v wntroviTU-- or Ins mji()n 0f tl10 I'niversity of 'ennsylva- able friend to the Intkkiok Joins i by obtained in such a way. sincerity so readily questioned. Hut the j jms eabied the arrival of the cxpedi-sending it special dispatches whenever Harro.lsuurg nemo- nnstoir.it iloesn t ueiievo tnu tion in Hagdad, after great dilllculties. the importance of the occasion induces i Tin: editor of the who knows latt- -r sta.e.nent, at least so far as he is - cnit, Mr. K. I). Spotswood. us to ask him. For instance when Hnrut Tll0 )aw. lubli, M.,100, .,. . . . Of the Busino33 of Mrs. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in nson was nominate! at miciigo ne sent how to sympathize with a man with an concerned, for he has lint ordered from Vm ,)llr11 VM Xitwtwr with its ,, ,,ook, ji;j0I1b1i1J5 to the news immediately (o us so that in unruly leg, has kindly sent us a splen a New York firm a dozen shirts for which nhmrv tie less than half an hour after it was made did pair of crutclies to use till we can be in to pay SI.'H). rhildron. $10,1; insurance St.- tor winch u had an extra on the street announc- walk without such assistance, i....'. ........ ,i II ..... vu Kit flit tiitiitrtil v'jmiiiwu rtf vHA'. . . iiriinintl w ... ..I f..i iiiniiiiiiiiLi'iiiiiifi' I. 'i"iiin uj itit vjii.i. . - o i no. , m,. ing it. When it is considered how buskAt tlie rennli iciiu ecis ntive caucus ..,1,1uv nu .... r. .11 , CarlH, , tlP.lll .!.. we ihijii; m I.i. ..ittll.ll. .......... newspapers hi iciw huh uivii-ur. Koiul CartH, i.ins regular duties keep him during the ran again, iu ennishnt a bumhtiu S. and (iermnnv '" l on them pretty lively by the last of the war between the day, it can be readily seen that ho is as over the Sanioan incident. The former Hlwrl the resolution for the submU-accommodating as he is brilliant and week. It is time surely, for this is the will insist that the latter observe her N,,' OI a pioniouion amemimem iu uie (ournalistic coarse lias been tl'.f dav of eonrincment to our room, limine. eatv obligations and when Ilismarck vot' M ' " "tate. onward and upward and will continue to enough in iteif to kill an active mail as injuries leeeive.l in the line she will do so hi es we mean "' be till he reaches the very highest round Wl' and wiih-- at BanNtown Junction. C. . .Mi- IttiKUy an! make the necessary reparation Mowers, "Vaj;oii ller has received of the ladder he is climbing so nipidly. l7."0 anil a lifetime Tin: misfortune which has befallen apology. Drills, Corn Hay pass from the Louisville it Nashville. .vail the presidential postolllees, at Col. Chilton has caused n recount uction f.ir.-.It luw been proved that h. t Haley, Lebanon Kntcrprbe. Harrows, Plows, Cultivators, Engines, Threshing Machines, Clover ...lit.iri!.! ! .... . . i iiiu n...:... i least in this p.irt of the State, the repith- j .i... v ni i vn it tit. :. The election for deputy in the Seine tn jau :u uiunuiur iur nuuMiiiuiiiK . . . . runt iiniih.ii ui H :t .11 hw i Hullers, Saw Mills, Feed Cutters, Horse Powers, Hay, " llcans were permitted toiioiu ontiutiieir ai. f.nk..i "' """" ilonartjiieiit of Paris Sdndav resulted iu ' a won .if the laf Mayor of St. Catherine, Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c, .....itcC;nno V.V'.Vtf i.i.i !i r..m,i;..c tn Chilton us llnancial editor, ..v..ir.i iianav VllllllOQlVftl-'immii.i ,v W.OiX), to an overwhelming victory for ltoiilanger, j Can., is be seen whether the hungry horde will W. M. Hull is made exchange editor rroncriv invesieu u win aiuuiini m cm, his plurality over Jaciiies, thu (ioveni- fil (if. I' ilvihi lllrr, tl 'ii I M .u.t r r. if lliu .ouiilf).i:.. , be us innunaiiiiiinua towards the demo - llus will necessnaie uie camlidnte, beinu St,.V.l). fXMI by the time the degenerate youth merit . . I. eratie incuinbeiits. Capt. Thomas Kich- - continuance of his "In mid Abouti Keni coiM .". ..1 ins ... suiAt Aetkin, Minn., a would-b. i iiirniiL'ii wiiii I.! lerm iu . ;.. tlli.L-l'.. iia.H II Kill I' Ml I'll " .ill til U'lllfII in " arus commission nere uoes nui expire;""".' cide jumped hcadforeiiuM from the mof foit. ' decided feature of the paper and till JnniiarVJl. 1S!0: J. H. Mans'at Dan-- ! 'of a building, but . failing to kill hiinelf, ,,, ,.., ,, ville Jan. fl', INK); J. H. Dixon's t liar - which everyliody, especially the rural' (i is dudiih minister to Kngiand, Mr. ,1(. ,,....,.,. "" j jinif ,.... .,, kl. Apiil 14, INK); S. M. Peacock's looster, will regret to have to loreu. l'helps, enjoyed the "distinguished lion-- ed in haiiinx himself witli strips of his rodburg at Ijincaster Jan. l'. IS'.K); .1. 15. Willis' ntoria yes-or" of dining with ijueen Tin: Indiana legislature has actually terday. Tliis would indicate that theold ' s'.iiit. :il ISi.linwiiiil Mi.i- 'n. 1S!)I:C. V. Hieh- Thesr.iinii who robbed the Nicholasa Senator who was elected on . .. i .1 - ...! unseatedof the returns, because of bri- woman is not very inail about the way' illc Christian chuirli of its communion unisons in nomer.ei .piii i.. !"-i iln iinu i face J. D. Atkins' at Williamsburg May 10, the and new election has been her minister was treated here for his in-- , service, in his hurry to board the night a bery, 1,:00 n 1NU. The Stanford olliee pays teiference in our national election. train left the melted silver iu tho south It must be a pretty 'tough dose year, the Danville tliSOO; Harrodsburg waiting-room- , when the agent that the averatre Hooker politician canevidently wants the ' ern depot .Mu. .J1,.00; Lancaster SI, 100; Richmond ilifovuied it. and the couit.s onu'ht cer- democrats to get the credit of admitting Somerset SlJOO and Williamsburg not swallow The Noith (ieimaii OHxette il'ia tainly to elect the man to the peniten-tinr- all the territories. His first "Omnibus $1,000. mmck's tirgain denies tlmt any tienty that is too corrupt tooceiipy a eat Hill" passed the House b a decided maoxists guaranteeing Suuton's indetend-- i , in the legislatim. W. 11. Cim.iox, lor 15 yea re Coi jority and now he has inep.uvd iiuothi-ence. In tendon the piibllculion is re-has iianuial editor of tlieCourier-JoiirnaStatehood Arixoun, Idaho of to admit to moiled as a deliberate delfmu'e of the Wr: received from the Cliairiunn lu'eomo so violent v insane a to reouire Wyumiiitf. on Invitation, David IC. and I'nited Stutei. tliinirs new j:h1 fresh ttist re- asylum. Although the Committee his confinement in an The negio who iniirderwl a kjUc- iCaldwell, an invitation on behalf of the1 of an iqiera singer is of (',,, stj-- life 1 uubject to tits of violent rage on the ' man tit Charlottesville, Va., Cliris4uuti, Lexington Consistory No. :'.s, to attend a few ,,iysund full oi trouble. The slightest provocation, no thought of his ' H, TT TT T" rendezvous of the S. P. H. S. A. yu. wj ""SPS "V T" 1C TT ol jt,.n t the racked voice of will climb the golden stitir just 12 tlNv insanity was suggested till some thiee Kellogg after llttuisou's in lueumtion. It whm S. R. to.be held in the Valley of Lex-(J, woman, as Clara Louise weeks ago, when he began to show un- A. last night. Ollicers of the grand jms to her soirow. Her eomiaiiy kind in Uih judge to let him live till this mistakable signs. One of Ids delusions ington, consistory were installed and a royal tt,.t tu pieces in Cleveland Satuiilay. piuty ets into (mwer. was that he had reconciled the incon-- The total pnidnctiou of pig iiou in banquet closeil tue iiusiuess. sistencies between natural philosphy sSS, lie largest iu our history, wan NEWS CONDENSED. and religion, another that he has sucA m'miii'.i: of our .State exchanges ni gnss tons asuinst il. 117,1 Jh grow cessfully applied mathematics to the tibly the Hopkinsville Keiituckian and , -S- ixteen more missionaries have been tons in I.s.s7. Tho incieel pitsliictiou He was an exceedingly uiet and thettlasgow Times, are runnini: short ' mavacred near Zanzibar. iu thu Southern States in lvs over 1sn7 unobtrusive gentleman, a tine statisti- deseriptions of their towns and counties, winter in France thus tar has was over JO't.VJ") net Um. years. cian and a Jeurn?d wiiter on economic which we beliee is such a good idea been the severest for At 1'oiker. Mo., Joe Howi'llaltemit-e- d questions to which he devoted his en- that we have adopted it, so that the, William, killed David Hetbel Jacob to outrage a widow witli whom he tire time and study. reader unacquainted with the advantages' in Hardin county ami escaped. boarded. Fearing tlie veinreiince of her A woman gave birth ton baby on a of Stanford and Lincoln county may ncIghlons should the assault ln'cuiiii' repoits that Tin: railroad commis-sioLouisville Southern train one day last known, be drew a revolver ami killed prolit thereby. there are --',001 miles of railroad in the read and week. the entin' family of four persons. Htate, an increase of 111") miles over 1SS7, ' Tin: lcpnblieans led by Reed and Me-'i'IL. mercury diopped iioiii 00" above is double that built by any other ICiuli'v tricil tobuvethe tarill bill refeir- - . ... 1...1 which A dipatch from Nicholasxille on the ll.iL'.itn ci,.... i'Ih. I.'mIU ............ i "' u": . . iu iu un Ii'i ..iPdtii itl. Ifjii.ii inur State last year. In addition to thiu "mi I" UU .1 ..... .v..vv , w n hhmi v. till 11.1. .imu Win ." . . miles more are under contract. .. vv- - nml .1 chant of Lincoln coniiix. and M Us .lessii !lu i'iviii. ..i.,,... ...j.i, rrill,.,. .J' .iiiMiiiiii.ini telN us linn 1111 . .. ...... u3 The ial act some roads are exempt from taxes MeanSi ljUt lhl, MII,U1.0,M proposition (lillilund, an eloping couple, weie maris Vl.rv m 1111(i iai,,. to go hence at any , - ulmiijilried theie that afternoon at the courtn:.niii miJiiril Iieuou ui StrOIIS-l.)l)eil IjV Mill. Mi'.Milllin moment. night. mileage at 1,01, which wa assessed at and Hreckiniidge, after which Speaker T. Jones, of Je.ssiiinine, house and left for Cincinnati that ir,.., S:M,70I,000. The repoit shows that there ' Cailisle quietly ruled it to theeommittee Contractor will begin work this , ,Hl ,om. t) St lj0igi IJt to be a Miles-are 11,000 persons empioyeu 011 raiiruaus, wjlt.rt. jt lH.0iigs week on the Owenbom A: Fulls of clothing ston man in the State and that during last year! r .. .,...-.-I'li'ili-i....... i'IIL'iil'ihI Rough raih o:id, and will complete the 1.. .1 ..1twin-.- . ..! u , .1 111 1. o70 were killed or iujuied. Counting! Auk xss has a law that Congees wmii . s .iiweiun.. women and killed iiim. roan 10 i.uiieiiuuin - himself to two It icdfce. p.isse:igers the total killed and injured is should adopt lelative to contests. The Ceiitml l onstiuciioii i uiupany, 01 quires the contestant to ;ie seeuritv helf to escape thepredicamunt. 740. (imiil's HeiideiMon, has the contract to do the Peter McVeau, for the probable costs. The lailxir canwoik. Tub Fort iiiitli hangman got iu hi didate for governoi iu that Mute wants ISuiul, Kenton eount, was fatally gon-.Mary Shelby, of Amidin, is the Mi Cheese, Dried BSeef, was feeding. Indian Fridav, to contest Kaglu'h election, but 11s be has bv a buirwliieh he Goods work on a Choctaw guest of Mrs. lib Mugoilln at "Temple b Massachusetts legNlature will made the 'iOtb man lie luisi I., nut tin .rnrwl luii'Lrinif til tin imifiiiiit if which on of Mi. and Mrs. Hill." Kd, only , '" I'" "lsubmit to popular vote a prohibitory Socrates Owen, is quite sick at the Com- THE BEST NEW "launched intoeternity witlnuhill thud SAi.OOOhe will hanlly push the mattei to ORLEANS MOLASSES IN THE MARKET? amendment to the constitution. Friday seems to have been a good day an issue. mercial House. Mis John (mode and SlicriU' KIbber, of Boyd county, for the hangmen all over the country, Bradley, both of lliistonvilleand A Din.K.iSAiiox of Louisville negroes made an Spli'iulid lint- I'iK'ki't and Table ( 'utlci-v- . and then skipped Ocorgc addition to the above two persons for in both lelativts, rue assisting in nursing called on Mi. Ilairisou last week and out, leaving a shoitage oi ?! 1,0m wit the lialtar draw iu (ienrgia, one in him. lhirrodsburg Cor. interview. The L. A: N. begun at Birmingham. North Carolina, one iu Texas and one in weie accorded a VERY KKST SOAP, STARCH A NO HI.t'ING. A Cincinnati man claims to tunc in Hut even at this rate it would They ought to make the most of this, Ala., last week what promises to be the Alabama. vented an engine that i almost pel petit tn i'it tliritmtli is it liegins to 1001; liKe it will tie ill- - handsomest yaid olhces iu the Ninth. (I'.. i tf l'riilii w .HI get fiiiin his adn.inis-- ; tht-t is a leformei nl motion itself. The steam passes totli- "I'rtces always rcasmmbli' and oimIs first-flas- s. (.()I1,nwimill Taulbee with half of the niu'tdeie.s that ought . uiit, men p.iwn tnai tney will gel iroin away i...,,!. trillion. Leitain Me has aiinointeij his cyiiuuer, noes me to pay the penalty. back to the boiler, gets wainied oci to T. i. nootlicestliat an wh'ite rail caies to H0 t.t.r."0f l,s Mtiiniittff at i a liiy. lndiananolisgrand make up for natural loss ot power ami Tiik Connecticut Mutual Life lns.nr- -' 1, n.i tl,.. l radiation, and so goes indell- '' ... ,., )n.lli ance Co. has been robbed to the extent iro,n. f Illtolll.(til n.1Mll). ilrv i,.,.:,,, M(),.ks.of.Five ' , ' i,i.ki.,.ll,r Jud-.- Brown's charge. mtely working away, so that.once steam ......, by its dusted Indianapolis) of frlI:,-l- lf (iliv. nl agent, .LA. .Moore, who blew it in spec- - jleCrearv's bill creating a Sccretarv oil Fischer was found! is up ill me ooner, 111c iireuiau win -- Mrs. Maggie hae to keep tlie Hie from going out, ulating on his own account. The presi-- ; Aril.t,'m.( )nt ulasand alack it is too strangled at Beard's, Mo., and her bus-- ' UNDERTAKER, dent of the company hastens tosay, how-- 1 lms 11)U, ()ri),()1Mj,Vi theCalifornin "farm- - hand and hU uiistiess have been arrest- - and the engine will go 011 until somew-.irirr- ? ., . , , thing wear out. A saving of '." percent, ......... .:.... ..... ..... brsiii3 fwv?- "Tf i,wf'' ''' ever, that it will not alfect thecoinpany's -'' If1 ? .xa.w T "iu fuel is claimed. with tlie tegular solvency nor interfere ' Murchison letter to "Me I.ud" .- r - liabilities of J.. I. Burn A Co., ft ..TVl -. SL The td jl .S . si-s rv' . S, 'e. p who stands individends. Itsforthcomiiigauuiiiil state-Joseph Hender-oiis spoken of for the position. the ilattle Creek railroad contractois meiit will show assets of the most solid dicted for complicity iu the murder of DT- a million dolija who assigned, are about a J Mil. S. V. Ron imi tells the Danville character, amounting to KiT.OOOJWO, with Town Marshal Thomas and Houaul lars. Advocate that he is not now, nor does a surplus of about The senate ha added an item of Monroe, and who al'ier laying in jail at he expect to become a candidate for to tlie conular bill, lor the pur Stanford a vear, was admitted to bail by ItKi'Kiutixis to our article 011 the clerk of the Court of Appeals iu the poe of protecting Ameiican inteiests in Judge Boyd at the Augut teim of the Hl-Wrl- i' of sending good men to the legThat settles it, but we were ery !.,!,,.,, Knox circuit court, added another name c islature, the liliabethtown News suvs: much in hopes that we would have so killing y. Out of ")0,'7I paupers of New Yoik to the list of his victims by "You are exactly right the laws cannot excellent a gctlcman and so competent City maiutaiiKMl or relieved during lSy venter llutchens, on Yellow Creek, and be better than Uie men who make them, , , t(J U)r tlu. ol1(.t. bv public ehiui ties only l.'.,7:t'J were na-- then adding highway robbery to the, nml an Ioiil' as tln neonle send hiicIi men oeco. wu me oni uicsc Americans, Tin: Lexington people are shocked to make our laws as the last legislature thejeiimes were committed Henderson's e lank 01 F.nglaud ...I-.. ...... iioin ...1.1 i .ui.su 1... .i... ..".ngu.s 1... i- - .1,1,, .10 u was composed of we may expect b um niiiihci .,, ...ill,.,! in lh, Knox circuit court , f . .....-- .... v..... III I'll llici nine poor and unnecessary laws. You cannot legitimate son and iVMY) to his mother. IdiliK liold from the lulled Slates ha hut he was not present ami rue conn expect ignorant and corrupt men to make It- u'nu i'i..i .....ililfilitii " t l i"".n, I.. 10 M. " ill '" v.' kindly eontinueil the case wiiiiout a tor- - Has on exhibition at bis place of business an INDESTRUOTABLE coders. good laws. 'Do men gather grapes of the Heboid man to aid iu the support tilled their Wilson, at I'rankfort, feiture of the bond until Henderson Burial Casket that certainly deserves the name applied to fJomiiiiHsioiier it. It is of her he had doubtless wronged and of thorns or (igs of thistles?"' Oronoko and Blue l'ryor to-- 1 could inako it convenient to appear. Had ingeniously constructed of terra cotta and wire cloth, so as . ... where his climes 11111 einiii ' ri.uniiiiii lrniii Hill tin1' some to ab1., thus., ulm lie been keiit -tail i. A.NoriiKit unknown individual from doing. iii !'' i for. i:....!!.,,!!,.!. I. .1.1 .l(i,...,1 l.i. Iiiwlti'i. ....r,... lnii'i. ....... Of course the ....... J. ..'.. v mii'lit ...... I.i.iin solutely prevent separation, decay or penetration. 11111 ,lll... them. will write Woodford is an applicant for the Peru Bell county would casket is handsomely trimnnd both inside and out, so that the It is suited that nearly 100 in- meted out to him and vian mission, to succeed Buck, but tlie1 Tins'' shall settle it. The Frankfort incoming administration will not make' Capital is kind enough to remark: The' dictments have thus far been returned have been spared the disgrace of his late material it is constructed of is obscured from view, same as in wood The murder has aroused a the mistake that the outgoing did. It editor of the l.vrr.itiou Jorit.vu. mivs be, in tlie election cases by the federal grand exploits. of indignation in the public 0r other caskets. great deal will reward those who have borne the would he glad to diop the front mime of jury at Indianapolis, udge I'ovd comes Mis. I'avetta Sneed, whose charming mind ami Circuit heat and burden of the battle, anil not that paper. Don't do it, Walton; neither comb the paper nor its editor can he improved letters over the name of "Fay" in the for .1 largo measure of censure for releaswith a scrape tlie earth will beremmbured.died ing Henderson on iNiil. 1'lneville Mesto llnd somebody who has never been upon, and shouldn't be eKoeriinentod Courier-Journllvoli Krrithiu, Short Ilaixt, Trlrijrapfti, .Cc I senger. Write fur Valntogue unit full lfrmitlo,. LrnXJ , hi Washington Fiid.iN O I at iued of pernicious activity iu polities. M""'' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal -- black-balle- d ' It. PENN Y9 A. JEWELER, DBtlGGIST .,, im P. anti-ieligio- ; ' nmr.o w jp .rrr -- 1 demo-ersoi- i, oiler-prepar- if I three-corne- well-know- n ! ..fi.-i.-- .... 1 1 j j I . . i :: s.... I lKii-n.ilr- , .' ',.. J I I kid-gloe- ,,,,. GEO. D. WEAREN, Mangr' 1 I ! ls -- m ni-iu- k ! 111 1 I I I i - r- - i i Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons n - , Speeding 1 1 1 -t i "" '' --- Inn-ines- - Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Pana Wagons, Log Wagons, Harness, Kcapcrs, Harness, Planters, Rakes, Grain i I i....i ! . . . . . .;,.;, ( : l ......., . - I 111 1. . ...--- i 1 1 i " ... 11 11 .... !... , e ) - ' .,. ,,. - j 1 1 - k I I New lot Queensware, New lot Glassware, New lot Tinware SI,-(rO- v -- ITew Canned Goods, How Molasses, cciieil ti-- r l, Nfcw Oandios, i AnI many other V" e pub-gnui- d ' 1 f0,i 1.K.WALIUN S STANFORD, KBITTTJOK.T. SEASONABIiEGOODS.-- v I I I'.i-bl- e. ' he 1 Mil -- SOMERSET STREETS, , -- I 1 ut , iil'p-i.T'ii- 11 By-pe- e- ,i. . 1 1 111111 il-hio- - 'c. 111 -- 11 1 Currants, Citron, Haisins, Figs, Conoontrated Cocoanut, Gelatine, Corn Staroh., Chooolats, Extracts, 1 -, I L , T ,,-.- - - 1 1 ' ' l Oatmeal, Craeked - The Whvat, Hominy, Maccaroiii, Canned Generally. - C.-.- teii-iiiiuu- t 11 ' - j ,... t,. ,,. .. ..,.. :;,i Walton. 4 ' la-n- j sun-pl- y 13 )v . Ko THE - WEAKEN, " ..- . Sack-vill- e, 1 i, .t - 1 iAHL e. jLf,w ,,,., vmicH coiu-niootie- u - 1111 ! . 1 11- im i- - .,,,,;,,,, , m-i- 1. -- -' 11, M. 1 """"K . .,. j , ni-- 11 ,, - - 11 11 .I 11 line-toot- h BRYANT J & STRATTON Business College IllCif LLE, KYi & .S ""if I'll II ( ilii'itAiii il it,,, , ,,i ritol rMAtMy!-- , Vi;(il1r-i7Tj- ,t . ,. V. TS - "TT'''Ll ZSCSOBSX Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., January Wankokd, K.O. WAUTON.UU8. ManoRor avenue. Cm A .Nku linu of HniuburgH, lncen and Tiik Spring Hcmion of thu College .loiiiidngH for nproub nt Severance A opens up m ith over 70 girls:. Bon's.' !.. STANKORII i. ..II.. Otget left III tilt' ' I Foil S lk. A No.'taeconri IihiuI pliae- - rgiu to form Comtiiuniitl Clubs. Some! 29, 1880 ton. For pnrllfiilnrK enquiru nt tho rcnl- - unturiiiu iniiu ou:lit to inovc in thu deuce of .Mrs Miiitn irwin on iogan mutter. j STANFORD AND LINCOLN COUNTY. ' - Stanford, ih county eat of Lincoln county it wluairdon the Knottille Dititlonof the I. outs vllleand Nathtillc It. K., 103 mile from I. Oultviiicaiidi.thi-u-rmuimrsofthKmiu.ky Central u mile from Cincinnati It ha a population addition to Miirou Mihurhni $00, '""" when-thlimit., und reI. K S hat iu e NMW I.UM1MEB TABID, - - M.m J Rough and Publlnhed Every Tuesday and Friday -- f'J JJCK Y1CAU.IN' VU'hiti net o paid AUVANCK wilt be charged,' to A utlitor Hewitt Friday a copy of the assessor's hook for this eountv, which timkcH the taxable propel ty foot $3.60 K.C. Tralu hravca. LOCAL TIME CARD. Huwland at 7 '" " m , nlurnlnc j L.&N. M-- LOCAL TIME CARD. 377 am ru -- 6 30 Loud KrcUhl North.. ....blip m South.. carry patenters, 'IXt lallrr train alto North. ll - iraiutfomi; Stiulh. H.prc train " South... " North ..u 31 pm i)i pm ....... u j;pm f Conn., tta.1 here laxt week and settled flicmU of the College lilt' rtwjH'ctfllllv nun,,,ero' ,cverjl Imndrnl nrwn, are nuking lint with Mr. William Ilurton in full for hi thit portion of the county hlnm with benuty. '1 he invited to be present. hoUHC whieli burned some week population ifl.inroln it full) in.o'xi und it ia briicj. ing ciintl.tntly increaicd hy Immlrnlmn unit by Theniuount paid wns JS.IIO). Ai.riiovoif. he employed that MEANS BUSINESS. detiruble and che-xnlhirt acoMng hornet ato-ndetective, .lolin New land and 'I o raitrojiU, the Cincinnati .Southern and the Tin: surprise party "jpin" aie at it: V.TfiiBt ami jewelry repaired nml THAT in various wayn, Mr. .Ihihuh l.oul.villt-.in.- l N'athtilln, iravcrtc the county from narrantetl. A. It. I'enny. nj?ain, Miss Sue Hout uciujj the most re-- ! ilruipi, patent cent victim. Although unlike thu White i'eid has never heard a woid from his North to South and firnii I'att to Vet, while the j Tsyr TiiKlM'ht jtlace to buy borne and Iniyuy htolcn by the fellow Kentucky Cenlr.i inttliriiieH mid toilet articles in nt A. It. Ca of Oliio JL run uach iiiumlie rufm.lctt.he.r.erm.nutintl.e 1VJL and Indiana, there ihome-thin- u Holt, nearly a month ai;o. 1 I'enny V. county. There are num-romineralt t" be finind Minilur in this otvanixatiou whieli I ... . 1. It .. I l. L - t Ili'v vour N'hool bookn, ink, tablets. w n i mtn .a.... t in tU 'nut. ... mv Mn. . ( t . mm: has opened a lumber in witr tHini) nnu nil iikt' iHJiirilM and ituitplies of nil now has thiday in nxmh! circles. M1U(),C. .,, rillL.counlv j klnilKfroin A. It. lVniiy. van! on Depot street, and adveiti-e.- s in eUt ill jm inj ijuantiltt I he atv uf the co K' "VK ,,olT' ' ,,,,kt' ilds issue the various thiuL's in bis line l in arr'ail(l ill' .iM.rtJ value of Uh pn(i Y0f.1am.unt is ready and I need the) V ' a bud shot. Out of '27 shots he money. I mean you. 'Don't think this w fur to be found in ids stock. With a thor efy 3.'mw,cw. A. It. killed 'M partridges and a woodpecker, is intended for some one else. oiik'Ii knowledge of the business, we pre-- ' , I'enny. I arve , Is w .11 have lo ao Kun-- 1 ,,,,., V KUTI S KM KXTS. X KW for ,,lm ,Illirh Mlt,.,.,s. ' niii,' iipiin or Mr. Itupley will take from PERSONAL POINTS. him hi title, "Dr. Carver," and uive it' Tin: countv lew of tbirntnl has been1 bus N't:wT (T.tn., of Carlisle, Hxed at iTj cunts, 5 cents less than last lo the gentleman of color. SAI-- E visitini; bis friemLs here. year ami -- till nearly double that of I. in .. .. . . . I I 4 n l I.. V. .! i !.... viiivhru, i..i. r.tiM...v...K' oec.neo o aciepi , Tho tot;, limomil of t.iailllH a. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch and Crab ay7H.ti.rea, nt IliM Bernsladt, the postma.-lershi-p Imt -- UUt. Mrs. 1I...1 Helm. ,.,. Hll!, the News, was only 51,000, i.rchard pike, Mluatru on m.FlatSl.iuford particular Kor nrar .,. v . . 11 ' C HYVt'AIKKS, maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness i m oilK t. nn iiiiu .Mary .uni .iddret. ' Allans Io.nuMt. np ,.()()(s , a,(()lt iwmx Crab On hard, Kt . u 1..1I...... Criviillis has ...... . ...... I . pottuiaster at iiv havo taken nsu.i.sat ll... and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the Wlldciit, in Whitley, and a Tiik news comes via Cincinnati that tfllllce Mis Cestui Cmiwiv, for the pteseiit eye. located nt Someihet, is tlsHluu frionds wnts establislied at Bond, Mercer county. I'roiilent Kiipiiv Zliiuneri.ian has cone 'nml Itnfiit M. .lol.iiMiii Hindi NMinHtUr. to N:ish ill to prepa.e for active work liero. ...,...., on tlie C. tt N. in the Miriii. of ltMnu county. Mn. J. II. Wt-o.- v, , c ,t.mparlvcly ,,,., Tin. iiifinbers of .Mm. I'rientle.v's mu- have this nxul Ims bouu rlhitlnp Ills In other, Mr. .1. W. throul sic clawi jam' a eiy r.iHliutble and but Impe defelied ha Walsoii. "" lilutsiii; entertniiimeut Sutiinlay nfter-iioo- ii too sick to Ikiiik much on the eoniitm ' v v Mb. tl. ('. KM.i.im,Jf.. of lids olllie, resiIeii,-IVu-of Mr. at the Hiit Sniiilay with his iNtrcut at liar Mifltib. A number nf the riitroitd were uiMtion. (daliliir. Tiik auction at S. I. l'oweiw it Co.'s pie-eand we.e nimli plon-t- .! Ht the Dit. .1. (I. Moomi: to climlriuu up In ptWCM of their ehihhvii tinder Mrs. toiv fiirnUheN another .isou of enjoy- - j .Mllro. II was eloclisl n"clty dadtly'' I'lleiJly, who i isa tlnrnit;h as nie.it to the ladles who seem to have a Ih wtrek. well a, an excellent tmcln-r- . wnnkiifsa for such lhi.is. Mr. 1'ilnmn, Frank Iimr. .1. lr. Wvi.mK " " the auctioniH'r, is an excellent one and of Danville, sjieni Sunday with ..,.. i T. uy lov .Vi,r tl itXTiXK Dtt, oliM-rtit- l t.j, i.. ' relatives Imsh'. funny and leventreful iwisous. U )... f ..... i.T... i' u . i imiim-iiiPcnn no., it Portt-penoi iihimi es ij. tti n i ikii iKrtih. ufi.,1. ,, , tju. ,h.s now Iteinit .Mm. I,t,.u i. r.i.-.ft- v .i i - .. .. Si. ii. tori, k m :....!.. . a confiln of months' -- tay w.nr,, lo. Us, the o.,r thou-l'""- -' -"U I horouh Ktuiiti" ition J Hid f vMttnt! Iih enxtiiiiii'in untLs of uade.sa VHlentlnein ei Tint (iypsy ijuaitette and John iir of t.la.ct 10 ..II .o o of ref- rW. A. Momkiiia. formerly of tlif 0f the IvrciioM Jot h Hon. Ktminatioii free Mn. ti. in a brand new Thomas is an attraction rarely p.csented at U)don, county, but now IUid this yiar we hopo u. celebrate in the smaller towns mid it is hoped wa In u. see us Saninliiy. that day by seiitlinv it out elitwl .cly our music lovers will show their nppio- Mn. W. M. O'ltm tMitid family Imvi by him who now mtleutly awaits tlie ciation of tlie managers' ell'ort to please niKl are ImmmI broken up A good hettliiiK of bis limb. May our l'n.lt-- t tiiem by tiirninj,' out largely. ini at Mrs. Kate Duddenu's. iiiiraiitcc bad to be made the troupe be-- j hot" Hittl expectations be rvuliatil. Mn- -. D.t. Iluoii ltinn it sull'erini: a fine it would come. At Walton's Opera II. K. Wkmicv, tl.ei.iideilaiker, has mi Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture Jli'bl attack uf piieumonln ami Miss An. House, Februaiv ".th. exhibition at his. place of an and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will he as low as such goods a stncii spell of neumli;hi. nie Dunn Tin: Hungarian tiipsy Quartette, the burial casket that certainMi- - l.n.i in Min.i:.., wlm ban spent can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conIhe last mouth . ith relatives bete, re- ly ilesci's tlie Iiaine applied to it. It is most novel attraction of foreign celebrivinced that I sell lower than the lowest. turned to her home at Iticiiinond yester- iiiireniously constructed of term cotta ties vet seen in America and liitct from and wi.eclotb, so as to nlHolutely pre-- , tie home of the ureal Kossuth, recojiniz day. tent -- epanitiou. dei-aor penetration. etl as tlie greatest violinist ami compos- A cam. it made in the Nicitolasville er, and John Thomas, the humorous vo-- I lf course the casket is lmiid-omeDuinoerat on T. I Crow, formerly of CO trimmetl both inside and out, m that r.tlist, in bis laughable sons, will he this couiily, to make the nice for the Admi-sumusual. heie lVbruan oth. the material it is constructed of is legislature. f Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) ftoin icw, snme ns in wood or Miss IIi.i.a Itoi t has n'lunied to l.in Our friend, .lolin W. Itout, who N a I AVOItllE LINE IILTW'H N IHF NOKIH NI)SOL'lll coin county to live with her entml-- ' nl1"'' ,,''''"'t. genius as well as a lever gentlenmn, has EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. LIMITED inotlier, AH, .lolin imugiiiHHii.-mii- i-i. Wmik k.- - Fieivht tniin No. :SI ninii.t. mle a picscnt to the ediloi -- an iiiva- IN 13 1 HOURS. a switch, ca.elessly leit oH.'ii at Itock-- , lid'.s chair, of his own make, that isas! Heiiuonei. M.I..I.VMHS Mii.utiiv has ient.il tin'1 hold. Vhitl.y omnty, Kihluy. chimiu .t ood for his pu.H)seasa SAO pntvnt one.) n Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. dwelling of .Mrs. Maltie Netiu-- , on Uin ,nuv ttll(i 4 ,,,tius to be knocked In it lie can iismiii.u uiiv position, fiom ' castef stivet, and will so to !,j- tit. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. demolish-- ' the uniiubt to the horizontal, and he is ni ,.0.H,le.-ni.l. I. 111 .us I. 11 iew outs. ,H, hnpne-- Hcuiliiu had a knee dis-m- s pl'OUl of it as a bov of his TI l K TJOX AS SHORT 1 .1 N 10. Mn Mi Hi 'HINT. ' Danville, located iiud FiieuiMU Wallet sullen-- . I n pantaloons. ion was here eMcrdny to see his biother, sprain and a numb r of seratches on the CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. ItoHK.ii I'kvkci:, marshal of litt.-bur- l ill fm e. The enanie was totally limed ami who VJP) Kk' lolin M. Mcl'ithcitH, SUi pneumonia and hetut trouble. (Mine to Itow land Sunday and aucntcd the Hack to. jt up for an eilith of a mile. I 13 AD UI'. BKAllllOW 01m1' Haines, who it is claimed killed j M.sDi:i.i v ll.vii, of .lunction City, Considciable delay was made in the pa " "TKAINSNOKTH. "Trains son h sens to nave taken jeuieo i.y 6tonn s.lltft.r ,niill-- i hut bv Satunlav, all the themuii (iiiiKi;, reportetl in our last isNo 6 No ;. No I. No. 4. N. g No. 5. lo. 3. STATIONS. No. 1 dining In icc-ii- l visit Iheie. The Xews fvjl,,lt Dally. sue. Unities' physician lieiii); present nt 1MVM..t. Daily. Daily Kt.Sun.I llaity. U.iily. "JL" IiIi-- . not mil) meiitioiir her in tin most eulo niiio on their teuhir times the time the warrant wassei ved thought p in A'rv &4oam til pni to J$ a inj 8 t; a m 403pm Scopm 7 tt a m l.'vc .. .Cuicinnan .... 8 jo a m. 4 it p in osspnc '.. .Willi.imttoivn .l.'vc 513am Qoam' 47Pm it dangerous for him to he ieinoed and j fistic terms, but indites a ocin t iter. ' 7 J4 a m 3 08 pm io.t7 pm in 4 10 .1 l.eorgetown. . 1059.1 ni, 70J Mn. WtititKs Ai.ikn. of lliirroilsbiir;, Lexington-.- .. Tin: vnilllble pimirei nlwnys fuuiishes ' lie will be permitted to remain at home 348am 4 13 pin1 7 00a mi 1 40 p 11 30 p in 7 15 pm 11 03 pm'ioa.ija nu CD 6 710pm 040am was lice Sunday. The magnetism that , tood yame lor llie shaip huuteis, w ho under iinrtl until lie able to be taken 440pm S.opm 7 10:1111 l.t. Lou , Lou. S. It K Ar ,1 30.1a 330pm lioam1., 3 37 p in 11 $ a in 10 50 a m Ar llurgin It 00 draws him hither is one of this city s, p.owl around Ihe country in search of to London for trial. llurgin.... ....Arr 50 am 317pm j 45 am 117pm pin ujipiii 8 45 pm ijoja m 11 17a m'l.te fLiuu-iitcrDautilje... 1, Sam who hes on tlie Hustouvillei his cash. .Vo issue of this paper ever la 16 m 530am imp in II 50 pm i 59 j .1 .1 m 1 33 a lit 5 70 a nt 00 p in Junction City l'ow 1:11s (ritKu Ci.KintMi: Aunox j pm 910 pin u 31a m 11 45 a m I fx. a m p ut pike, not far fiom the "last resting jioen out without uumeioiiK and sundry 2 05 a nt I 00 p m; ii 05 a .11 ij somertel 300 p m, on Saturday will y 30 put 11 75a in Oal.il.ile . 7 75 a m 5 as a m 4 15 a in 630 pinu, place." adveitise.uents of responsible uie.cl.ants Sxi.k Wliicli bepiu I .. t...l,,.. 1,1, ( 4 00 a m I ..L'te o jo p in 7 55 a uti II 895.1ml 640pm Ar'v. 1000 piu., .! ' "", Cltatlinooga. 7 35 a '". -5 45 l " 910am 70opntL've lti:..lol 1H.I.I. IrlllsOX is cxtH'riclH here who only ask a fair living prollt on u'. V " 15 1"" Allalla . ... I 00 p 01 I 47"n 9 49 P "I Ar'v Him in I'lwwio'ij in the trouble Miuiethini: siuular to their goods, und et when some slick eitv Will I H ""T"'.'.'l." 1115pm 300pm' Ilirminshaio 3 43 p m 11 45 p mil.'tt 8 41 a in goods that has ever Dor am Tuti.ilooa, 013pm 130am fellow conies around and throws out a est sac. iilee of that whieli made old Job miserable .I.'to1 4 15am lOOopiltj .Meridian. 1125pm 445am Ar't Many articles of eclined ill Slanfoid. ()rle.in vo 900pm 33jpnt I. in a in 11 00 n m Ar'v .New boils a liirgo one nearly hiding fiom bait the suckers that go for it piove that .1 . ......1 i 9 o pm .r t in 1. ve 5 10 tieriuiai. ,U,)M M,"lm' " 1..: " --i." u top in, ....... view his ri;lit eye. It is needless lo say tlieie aie as Wikh1 fish of that kindstill in (tfO.imL'tc. . JacLton. .....Ar'vi. .store-roo,... I. 'to.. VickO.urp 4 00 pm is Ihe 11 50 a in ... ..,..1.1 cents on the dollar. ...,,r pulchritude is a little 1... ... ..r- - v that his ... . Monroe 1005 a in.,... 4 70pm l.'vc each afterion. in .... .. 8 up nt Ar'v....Shreeporl I'flWIWI.. These few lema.ks nie called forth bv crowded, mainly with ladies, luiiiperi'il with. CD noon and a pet feet jam at night. The the iccent laid throuu'h the county of Mann llondoir llulTet Sleeping Cars on all train CITY AND VICINITY. ' It J. LDW'Altlls, (Jen'l I'rt. A-- IV, Agt JOHN C.OAUI.T, (leneral Manager, the agents of a city linn, whnbyoH'cring great carpet auction will occur on ThursiJt'INI.AN, Gen. drrtis,m Agl. piece in tlie house to go' J K.CAKHOI.I., General Stiperintcndtnt. the granger a cei tain ntnoiiiit of grauu-- I day, "1st, evei FinKK.v pounds nice sugar for M. Gener-i- l Officet, St. I'aul Itutldiiiff, W'ett Kotirth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, luted sugar nt " cents per pound in- - into the sde. This sale is like llnding' S. Mve.s. duce him to invest in it and numerous nionev in the sticet to buyers. l So nml the huilcH rcady-nnidtin other grot erics which they dispose of at S. O. DAVIS, PUBLIC SAL! OF A VALUABLE DEATH'S DOINGS. ' , dei wear at Severance A Son's. prices very much higher than our mer -AND SURGEON, PHYSICIAN M chants usk in addition to ficitriit added Mih Annie llrady, tlie estimable Xkw jirtotla 111 ttlaaa and Queeiiswaie MT. V liftUXOiV, lv N". ills- - j wf ()f Ir. .lirouie I). lhady, who lives from 11 point several hundred iiiIIck at A. A. Warreii'a t'Modcl nrwery." " , A I taut. Tliey also agree to buy eggs ut , nt Itow land, died Suiuliiv liiorning of Drujf lore. Orfice next door to Whitehead' 2, 1889. was. h typh'fll winter tlay. butter at tlie wiinu price, Ac, to be tak-- : pncunioiiia. She had been a most Special attention git en to ditcate of children fell Hteadlly und tho Uiernionieter J n when they come ngaliH'.'l One farmer Vout member of the Haptist church for f. I'paiu ihi. preniiw. of Viulrcw t fmlcr, drc'.l, we "ill, lit the heirt of said decedent, ell at stood at IIO", with tlie promise of colder' who bought to the extent of $10 wus soy,,!Uv. puhlic .UKtion tn the- liighctl bidder hit llhSIKMII.K. disgusled when he came to town and weather. .!. Itrady received 11 tcleirrnin Mr. F. ., ' .1. 1. ...... ......ft... ...!... In. ..M.tlil lint-.- , f,w,,.-i- i iMitnl. ' . finml ll.i.l 1...... . , ' .....I.. ...I.... runout f iroin iiiiiiininiiuiK '" . !,i..i .1, :.,ui u.u.L- - I .. . I lllrt is ...u About 179 Acres iti"ititi-.- j more goods for Ihe sum, without having u,,. death of his niothei, Mrs. Susan Bra- in Stanford Tor Sale, Farm let my customers run. I must have to pay freight, thai he ollered the men ,yf w,0 ,Ued of dropsy at that place in Ol Fine lllue-l.r.money so please come in and settle with nlxmusto let him oil' hut they "did ,Slu;ilcit liiiiicili.itcl) upon the-- Stanford und u.r s:M year. Her remains will be interr turnpike, ) mites from Stanford anduc-f- n ine and avoid extra trouble mid expense. business on the soiiaie" tliev claimed At Fxckitior of John llaii;huian, dead, we at 10 ti rill mile of M.ttuooal Stalioii, on the Knoitille ed in Iliilirtlo Cemetery ttill uller for puhlic hale on II. C. Itupley. Itruntli ol the L. A N. It K. in Lincoln county. and wouldn't do so. Several of tlie same M., after 11 short talk at the grave . Ii.t4 Hnon It a ilhktnntial a Tlia t:!rni i. uaII men who got caught 011 the lightning J lew Morris Funis. 1889, liiildiiiraiul ettclknt ham, and olhcr . JtjfitUilo A r last I'rognosticalor Smith's predicI ho it in aliiKlitiltc rod swindle bit at tlie new bait and now County conn dii), the britk lmildin on M.iintt , line in let siiiiiuc tttilt cciicral wurriuilvtae will In. tion has hit it. He told us to look out CD formerly occupied hy A K. I'aniiy utadruj; . .tore nude Hi ihe mirclniNcr, 1'aMMsa.li'll fill they feel like they want to kick tiiem-- 1 -- Theie aie said to be women in p.m 1. JMKMl aittlui fln.1 rmtitieuf Is miiate. torn cold spell betweenthe'.'ilthand-.litThe tale will he maalo U-- ecn and 2 o an We won't cull any l,.jnnati who do all the work on panto-naineI'tfrma tin h.i't a.h . to ilenth. Triii:-Oiiill ui ai thiral caah; li.ilmne in u mouth, . us true as gospel it is upon n. Anand In irint nu. - t f r ini 1111 II Mini real. Inlcictt from ilale of sale. II this time, but we have a list that loons for ." cents a pair and furnib their .1 in. II Im K iri s M.S. IIAUOIIMAN. . J other feather adorns lliothcr .Smith's ' ' I W la I.I' I'm ' would surpji-- e ninny people. nmebines. 'Pie above It 1 ataul 10 calculated on ttandatal time. Solar minute fatter. it hillt .nut ta'leta, bciuu ditrred with! A HuurithinK ' a hi u riu nt urnuthdf M'lUlli'KV llOrses IlirillsllCil on HllOrt f,.,n.,e ial.- - laemintry. a well kept'r Kv, I public til'M by i. M. ItrtlCO. chnnl, nil in thnr own building, furnish ' I ............ .. Iiiknl ........... If- hat Ivn Vulimi.it ........ f iril!l!f I'W AT1K.STIOV. J Ulll open inystOIC lUnUe, with n romMned up to fl.lCkS-lMI- . of t5o.ooo: a 011 next MondllV. the 'JSt I. All eilxtoill! DimrMiInu r.llor mil. JiiUnlni: mill, lit in church IiitttollinKiiilin nuinher of pupiltt ,.rM indebted to me will plwiw enll and ct, a large new opera hoii'c, thrtu hotel', em ...... ,....!...., ll.fllll.lI K nccry and lite dry irmdi torc, twg clothing nits niiiiii: 11 iiiineePhHjiry lor rioi. rax ton HOttl(.. ftI .......I (I. llllllllll I.. three drnir and twii furalt'ire nml undertaVcri . till . nit.l l Jjj Mrir t tit uAt-;tt Mi.iuiiim,HHi;..im.H."n......uri 1n vtiiti I tOlU.Vl'U. w . iw .. . .... .. it .U I'titiuerar. muci, .iuimciic iiiiui nunui) vine i m,iiici will therefore lmvo no further eonnee- .iuiinn.ni ihe riLdoi the town I mnufacinticS j Till! judgment of il.'i'iO jzivt'll to neurl mty Linil tioil With tilt) Ni'hool. would flimih,eipet.l.il MlH. iota M'MIH IlLMlllHt the t'ltV of lyn furniture fsktory, ll railrourl fn.ilitie md it ' Tiiiwk who utlended tlie Hoyle .otlal l'l,iatloliliit. le.-iitiof n fall on a de- cnnvrnieiicc to rtietlcnt lumber luini; unsur patted. Miiny more dttelllnt; lioutet .ire needed Club hop at Junction City Fridiij flH.tiv.- Hitlusilk, mikMh method of mid up of the Millet I tenioii altrt j HiM-aof it in the ljiulni-- t teruiH. The enforeimra much needed reform in Stan-forplenty of lott for their erection. Ix'auty of a number of towns was pa-wen- t I inc. .In ione of the olJctt .it it it one ol bcM counticMii the Slate. A good portion of it i and tlie dunce wax kept tii till a late it high the t Tin: Ciiortm CIiim of Stanford Female laud it the faiiiiuin biue-gra- u; hour. culti-tatiCollege, assisted by .Mitt Williamn, will timbered l,nd, tthirh on bcii.K cleared und Mil. F. . Mill. M(i, representing the yirldt .1 good return of any kind of crop It ive a recital pn Friday evening next at l utpriially adapted to fruit groviing and grape Continental hindrance Co., of Hartford, the College chapel. The patrons and culture and the (icrman and Hwit Colonic., tnthe Goods foiwai.l-ed I rv Ci.kiik (1. It. Coockii Klkimnt turnouts injIriiiiimciV wag- ' .' r ons, surreys, buggies, etc., with genuine . . ifHi. beautiful, 'inurroiindiim toumrynri.h and DrCHSCd Lumber, LatllH, Shingles, Etc. Floorlujr, SuHnir, Cclllusr. FiiiiHlilnsr Lumber. .. , .. .TAtniiniij,. iiratKciN, meruit norK) L ,. 3 IIO- - to. fprmt '. "' SASH, BOOHS Alayln tlork. rnn., arii.. A1STD I BI.XKTBS ! Ky. tpitl AIioL.ijk tig nd I umLerforthipment. Opp. Depot. A. C. SINE, Stanford, iiiie ....' - ijl.l. ...J fhi't Mo 0 nlht, M ERCH ANT TAI LOR Is Receiving- Hia - liTFLlil9 WINTER FALL AND GOODS. Give him a Trial Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, d ut i -. , lk PLEASE OBSERVE ' td r tid t 13 nQ: NDCT X V.WJ Jill Am Oa O JL. JJ JJ A FiCILIL .iSi0)MTMIIlKT -- V( ',, ,', I i ... V 1 Is-e- a .Miw.UM-iiiiiNUiiuiin.o- ., , FARM FOR WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. ."" 1 . ui, ' Vtm SALE! ariTtTW T?TTTjKTTTuT? " STORE r !CA. J. KIT APP.O j MA'HK KKU'FMaV, :P;R0Fo nl uiu-4cii- tI it, nd ; v,slit ... the-hap- ,.,1v '- t,,i f . i ior-:.i.- """"t"- oeior t,r,. , liou-ckcei!- hu-inc- s.. f lc , ly o QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. i .; . ns 1 ..!. 1 lioH-ekee- p- tn., ..... 0(ii r .... I th-s- t C9 I I I S, 1 ,, ,. O ,.. ,., o N . . 111 111 ', """ V '.'. ... per-ton- i,, 1 "' "'"" o o o o 3 o 3 111 111 11 1 1 1 1 . . C. 11 , ' 1 3 O M-'- u , ' -- -- .!-- ..,...' , 1 """ 3 n 3 o o M, On Saturday, Feb. - 777-t- 0) V) Skss fa of y 4ff Monday, Feb. 4th, t ff.nL-pal- Ciu-selv- Ick-I- .s 1 a I I 111 ' j mind-coverin- ,,,, a v . 3. ?;sstat.rr: m .1 u Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal FARM AND TR ADEITEMS. MATRIMONIAL (1 , n MATTERS. ' yearling mules nt $Q. bunch of ILCGoversoidto I. fnt hogs nt 4 etc. N. Prewitt . John Hr!(tht sold to Ciit citibanks; u P L ROYAL K5 J I ' ' , I -- POWDER Absolutely I John Haines sold to I). X. Prewitt n tine comblncil horse for SUrt. The whi'iU area this year in Kansas is twice what it was last year. .1. II. llright bought of A. I'nilor-wood- , a pair of work nuiles. fni'fcSSQ. K. T. Pence bought of various jwr-- i tii-- s a lot of yea) ling heifers , good ouch, t$17toSLM. Louisvilli bundled inoie than .Viper cent, of nil tin tobacco ruNed in the Western Stall! last year. lJin.S.n:. IPO bushel gf nice, tjjtau 'ovi-- r seed ami about i'O bushel 'of It timothy seed. Hoot A: Outer. Fiuloy V MiMcckiu sold to ,loc C. Philips, of Lebanon, '.'il mules, all mares 'Pimps. but two. at -- It. lM)llutt, of .U'li'erson. sold a lot of l,.Vlliiiid rnttli in Louisville nt 4.:V nnd another lot of HiUbjiotiiid at - ?11.V-(icoiveto- wn fc ,1 I- I H.. I u ( r - J. P. IjiihI bought in the Went l.nd a biiueli of scrub cuttle at lM to 2 cents ' X 1V.i rw r nrtfr ri MJ"cUo..Sm"aJ! 'il Ml to .1nniP l .nine n couple of trewztli ami ll f i l( lL lien t Me or ill iry kml. i ul ,n i i mm m - nung mules nt dsO. j ,, , ... ... . s3kci, Me. tssMtl i i v.th (he imiiti'.iijr f low ttt, .hurl i I'.ariies Is creilllcil Willi 2iw wiiiiiilie wUM a.nnr ph ttphite ow Jf Sod only in l " I linw ncl Ayer's PUN (or the jmst 1j vj- tnnm tli'iti Knut HikiN.. 1'iiwiir.R Co., and rvnsnler tBm nu ihiri.i '" itsc ..l.ii.li los W all sir. rt. New York ""' lllli ornvi.ms voar., when. ' Mill (hiiiIIv nicilit lmknow u( LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. nturlillll llllll ..... . ' no U ir i for Iner troiilli, jockeys. In' bended the li t of siieces-fi- il anil li.ixe aluats'foiiiHl lliein a prompt (Sent bj Mi. Walker bindiam for lat eurr for dHs (N.iii."-- - .lumen (.iiiiiiu. iO Jim tiiie.it, who formeilyo'wnedToi- tsue. but aiiixed after it wa- - printwt.' Mlilllt., Ilartford. ('.nu r.i Cottii, "ays that he oxpectt groat vn. " IIioltiK lieii t roii l.l.-.- l with Mikv-lii- -s. Tlie cn-- e of thu Coniinoiiwiiiltli of hi- - colt Heron, and that lie will things wliltli Minn, iiiivortl.lr- with per(Mccro Price, for bastardy. h- - Iriiil in' sons uf l..ili'i, 1 liae triml i inn him in the Kentucky Heiby to bent the county couit on and the Ayrr'n Pills, lioplie.' ' r relief. I ton 1'iortoi Kiiott.I.ou. ComuiOreinl. tlmi lie hMte servoil mo ulad to defendant neiiilttwl. I a ! I tlmii ant oilier iimhIMuo. wwi - Imihc Penison Mild n --11 KiT: Marksbury. this county. lPft.'t. Died, near arriie m this emu bmlou only after u mule to A. K. Denny, nt $2W. Curry IL. wife! fiiltlifnl trinl i f their iihtHm." Mutvni-e- t Siiiunrl 011 the ".'lst iust. Mrs. '1. Joiihs, Dak si , Itontoli, Muss, Hue bought of W. S. and X. I V.iiiin-du- ll 1). & T. Chestnut. Funeral serviws wore IfVViS K? lnrge yeniling mules nt held by Rev. S C. Iliimpliif.v at the HUSTONVILIE, liuriodsburg Demoentt. per heiul. ami rc.iclv I il in I'otk Chinch. i" lln lii-iArr '"H ''.I1 rut i' mil n ii- l'li' hojKlieuils or tobacco, shipped tluns in llie I inli n ikmjf I ' IIW yoimv altor-ne- y -- Mr. Louis Uudram, a ViihU iml Kbe oi.k ufCMr mill ikft'iiif Or. J. C. Aytr it Co., Lowell, Mais. from Franklin county, wen- sold at thfe de-- i riptu! hn h i lie.irl) jf at law of this plnee, win married to Mr I II IMuiitcrs' Warehouse, Louisville, Satur-- 1 Sold hy nil Driller In Mrillriiir. new cmi h i iniiirtl h .liori at the Clemens Marksburx. ill ihow hari- - nlmir biMinmt .iml tirtn-average being Missl'ila Danville, on Wednesday, the ?i."Q to ?l the xmt i od lu jii ntu nnliiv i'itl"'i; " mtr dnv, at House, in tf Mile i:'..n-"i- , the liipbe'-- t prieo of the Mttirou ?.U iu-- t. The attendant weie Mr. Jm. for new tobacco. Faimaiid John Doty ami Misses Xellivy FOR ChiU May. of Itoyle, passed thioiiHh Murrsand Mary Samlifur. The crvmn-nTiidny with iio niulu.s on Ins way to; .1. L. A.l;o IjiikI unit sstocilc win pcrfoniunl by the Rev. j.tili.ipi. V.. tilt rVniliiifi lltw infiwiti riirl " ' of the bridi-iroo1 ' D. IL, a lou-i- n to lent rvntucky I will xll alKreal ' ir mv mill. tomn'Me nh io hore boilers walkill'' theill through W0IW double, Iht E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor. niiudierot Danville friends wg. li r isinw, J work., i x tog vrag- - . ......! tl... ...nl.w iiiitoa ... v. u "'- - ..I....... - wtgnin i bckiMiir.l. i rni(: i .i.mh the ceivmony. Tbeiwnty letlirn-- ' ? yokwofiaiiic. t mules, i hore, inn k,..,t in better onler wIipii driven than t nt farm ul 500 .icre 01 .! ni !itc. anu m ed to Uucatei and were enteitainv HoieMn Ki ih .) hat a hi-- r rft l pr.iateU W ul W'liell packed ill C1IIS. id well tmilieieil Tlie 'i anil il i,tirnmil lh.. it residence of (iciil. IJindram. the IkiII I e nij: ila nctl CiVw.j.kV' -- A. J. Alexander, the mit stock bride nnd tsrooni hiiM' our beat wieliei i t' man of Wnodfonl county, biivimi for theh success and liapplness in life. llv Ii.i- - rtkimli j 'n 10 ti. n, i... i u nt. $10,HX) to tlie memmia! fund of tho l'r- oHEDRA'i Mr. Ihiiocr. bis rich livlmi'iii fliiiii-h- . To Miss Marie Barnes. ISilliurcl wemor clear lOLA'CREAM ' neighbor, ha- - iven ?:,:t00 for buying' an A I thins i , oruiiii to be placed ill the church of which' I Ifuiie'ulicarlhaa kut ami .t.irt HlSprcparation.without tone li.iiJn.edniil, lllS mother WJIS !l llll'lllllLT. A First-Clas- s Livery Stnbio ltiSiirvrV.mnroT?ronk. ...,....,........ -- -And alJJbeifi Itne t" Itmh '.'Ci.ou Fim- lr. A. T. Niinnelley, who went to je8i Llvor-Mole- s, I'll acii'inmoitl ill ili im I f h n tin rd l panr) '"'. .weei, lender tlnaiS Ilr-- I nr m. I i.ni-htrxciaat pmimjc. SOnburn and .tlniitn a few weeks no with u car-loapies, Black-Head- s, ll iinl : If a life has been lrae).r ni.!i4'i-r- . inn. A rew applications will rentier me f , ' j, ,,a8 ,i8M1K., (lf If wt hat:foriveii ha w ' ' most stubbornly red fkin eoft, smooth and hst. ail luancd ll mo w" ae nt k'oo.1 prices and that for awhile white Viola Cream is not a paint or inowilcrtocoverilffecis.lnitaremcilvtocure he will remain there and deal in them. "" lh daK, Liver, Notthesor2m. eklh ted ar.d Sals Stable, e itrarad. Jt is tiiperior to nil other preparations, and "I'ntty" i a hustler from nwiiv back nnd X..r iIh- tatly rpH e drag- jdmiiin r , , ty , I'lie )eott we wore, jSRiianinteejIiocireMtisraetlon. At fl,ow Mj,,. ,,,,,1 Wl. sn-t," or mailed for n't cent". Preitareu by l.aft a mamuT) woflk Ueiaa traied l:ul to hear that he is inakim; mon- mo . O. vV a.l Hut the tnwaweitai lollie irippted Toi.icno, OHIO. wanne.1 by a oa), I i s , stmlord. Ky ill vt Mi k tin rt Tbu keart. that of the horses enTlie ollicial lit Tkn cheer l diilr. hope in the hanre. tered in the principal stakes of the ipal'""1 When all ChrlMliU BUYERS' OUIDE ii Louisville meeting in .May, which closed March and Sept., of a better llie hen we rarried thr in yenr. It Is an .lunuury 15, is published. It shows Ji: la thu whodkl nt Uu Him, ! I of imeltil W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. llllies;j Who i jaw fiomalMiftlo IchcIi"IiI o.e. in the lliirstborne for for nil who pur. dim the luxuries or the And lih when all werned I cultt; ."it in the Alexander for OM'ON, M of lllo. Wc eolts 117 in the L'linymcde for Ah, ihene are taalHiMR. Jt IB border Uid. olotho you nnd urn mil you with c.in (ond larnnut. and . i.MIe hif. jtwiiy. Iiir hite mt la scar, I ".li tho nee nrv and unnocuM-iunii.in i. the most conven-Ina- l A re iwmable term. Whiss e kim Hfe' uml (illies; '1l in the Kentucky liandicap in iuit ..n the railrnit' t lu b U et aa the VPiiiint oi to rule wnlk. dunce, iileei, nory atand aad aotal ila hi4 li. Im Meicbants' handila the Hwantaia HUmnmai Mate, for all age?; l7 in the a', tUh. hunt, work, go to cmuch, j A I lh nsvutd wa're hstrlag fcare. or flny nt liome. jnd in varlo-j- hires, and iiiwaixls, and ".'.I cap for ; the ! , atjlos and aimntitiea, Just figure out If ni) retool .hinw, a. 1 in the Pelbech hamlienp for same ages. Trhnt is reiiuirccl to do nil thoso tlilncr. nau, uch life a yoars l i'Rrii' COMFORTABLY, and you can niako Th teal estate owner.s about Waco! I will lie down ill clnl. calm the valued tho DUYERS' I will am lias gone out of sight, Hying, me Will Uiniwltm llie irown OUIDE, which will bo sent upon Office of CsmotrolUr of Ihs Currency, receipt ol 10 cents to pay postage, uiiil is still ndwiiioing. Tom Covington , If Die ftris.pfC joy. ..f u h da4- - lea. e a on MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. went out to his old stamping-groundA. mtmiif.'s reird w!ilnis. 111-11- 4 ilichigau Avenue, Chicago, 111. fh a. none Ami gi.e im ptwwur in Monday nnd bought 110 acres at j! pei W HIMilfiV I'M j,, . """ " lh, what Ml aril be u W half of it at uci-tIn two lioiiis s li.'ca, I') .atifa lnr einieii-- preaented lo the uudcciyned, it hj. Iieeti n, id 'o jppaar that . 1W0 ,!jl."i, and refused 5- -" for the other half. IlKookiit.m, ISO, "l'hc l.iacolii Naimiial lljnk of stjnTorsf,' In the I n ford, in ihe umnt) low H of ncia and It. .1. Clay bought the xiitne day of lolin ha Weaie glad to sue a coi respondent of Slate 'ifof ihe Slat me. of miilicdI a ith all the le tkiKX1 acres for whicli he jmid 'Thornsbei-Sialea, suggesting Dick iiuiretl to b. ioid'ad with lieluic niied aatocianoa an ago the miiiio land the Imkhioii .lotisxii. I'.ItOO. Tluee yeni-the hu.mn.nl Lincoln, hall be authwritd lominmin--. u it, 5 ir- I'.iinhi, and lie ni.Waricnasareprn.H'iitntivo bom llan.iHic, would have been deal at jl.ofl jut wiv. l heli yon want Hi K t hi "il pnnl'iei with 11 wni in indorsement from the editoi. u Now therefore I, Jea.etlc AliruluiH. , dejiut) and L urreat dn hereby tniK Coaiirolier f S liichniond Ifegister. Willi Hit forty jean j Lord mnermadeaeleveicriiMin tlmii irttifv thai ' I Uc I inculn N oiunal Hark I " i'f I --The sons and daughteis of (llenelg, The in i . iini'leo sin. in the to n nf SUnfnrtl. in the count y of ami 11111101111 conviction Lincoln anil Stale of KeatutL), is amharircd to l&y$ IP eess ill t! re of Killct and Longfellow, the three leading! Hick Wai ifii, ' ( j (iru.idpd m I Ulooil DIsctivH, you and 11 steady and unwavijilng faith in lOHMirHci ihs. huainck.'if llai.kinit) lliiu " llie i -- iVcji Villon flfly.one hundred jtid sires on the tuif last year, hnve now e enn ninktt no l justice never Kcvi.cil Si.iialeaof llie f light principled I niied Mute. combined since tin- - Hist appearance oft the In pieferrins In lotiuwnv whereof, arilaeoa-a better denmcnit. There is hiniljnd jl of hMl tills tiai dav Ay er V of these noted stallions ,:;o:. iti-- 1 moulded the gel ..f Ikrtals-r-. icHa nothing too good for liim. lunville J I) aIIH HMh, cos and tbeeiim molts -- inn in stakes and A ting ( nifirdli-- r of ihe Cnirri.. ). Uepnty lends all Advocate. 'pilose of .sT,(XHl,(Vi:S. 9& tm i ,,i to any other. Tho ,J y . living stallions, hisget having won 1,000 The mating ga wells aie a wonder, of mod. nice.sand S'.'fi, . while the sons ami erulilood uirilieliieo, but none the more than Hi" cll'ecti of InughteiH of Piillct captiiicd ..m nicest (inntciV Sorsiiparllla Ayer's "' tliV imigip chicken clioleiii cure. is still the moat jiop- u ml and the oilspring of Long-- 1 Sold and warj-nnteby McltoLeits A being fa great fellow won r.ues and $.")8l,:is"i. -' in Slagu. r ih in.ind t liim nil olheis i oinliliieil. 11 1.1:. The suggestion of the Ad-- ' The Minneapolis Millersays the aggie-g.U- e COAL "A;.crs Snrnpnilll.t N selling fas,. IISI.ER LANDS Coinnieicial Club be or-vocnti' that 1 production of liour of last week in VALUASLS Tl .in "on r Ih fine. neier hesitate to ganicd heie has met with popular Tavori Hint section was (iiinjfe W. Whilmaii, bands. Ihe out. " .iiiimcud i.' Jii.iggltft, Albany, In-'- ami a call is therefore made for apub-- 1 eleven mills. ciles "I nni afe In wi ing that mythose of lie meeting of the citieiis on Tuesday put of of Avrr's Sniiiiiiirilln f.ir excel The records of Kansas show Ihe night at thecotiil bouse. Miss Jennie itiv oilier, uiiil il gUesilioroiigbsallsfiic-t- , 6, 1889, in llie stuteto 11. llnsli, lies .Moines, low.i. a." McKinney. of I lustonville, visited ivlu- - amount of land moilg.igcs ,tt in ' lock . M f and Ayer's IMIN ,l,:'h,ihmi,ooo. ut the n "Aj'er's Siirsiinarlllu tives liere this week, .lessc Fox bought be ri! the I best selling inedii lties in my I I Cfl KS , l Ul I'll IMU'ier.ll, of M. P. Sallee four broke mules nt SllMl. s'Orit. ifiu recoinnitinil them eonseien-Juuslj-PhariiinuUt, (,', ltlcMinus, will Ih. o'il to llie Inflict ImiIiIit, hi pnlilu jtn. Wm. M. Kncsoltl to Nelson Itowlund, of, Itoseluml, III tion, .ilioiu iioucrc. rl (ii.il ami loulier I .mil. gelding, 'I'hls i.otii of the itiu.i i.ilimlilii triiit. nfnl the "Ws have sold Ayer's SursaparllLi Lexington, his line combined l.iud. in thi. region, no itUl'r.ilc.l fur il ei.nl nnd Iessongcr Chief, for ii0. .luck, by liero lor over thirty Jems and alwais I lie liinlicr mil. iitroiiiiiliin-i- t arc now icing Tecoiiimeud it when asked to n.nnn tnu 5 uurkcil, . mil the Jiroduit find. .1 tine market beI). C. Teihunesold to .Ine Philliis, of . W. T. .McLeau, lli); nil the line (it tin Kniis.ille llrjinlii-h$t Lebanon, 'JO male mule colls at .10.) jer Two mile Smith nt St infnnl on SyV Critk .mil N railro.id, jiiiI in direi tiniiiiictloii Willi the 5)ruggNt, Augusta, Ohu. Kv W.CUAli.. Ailitn-'Stnu tit Carli-l- e. of l.ouUsille wliuru .1 Uue p.irl of tint out city I have sold jour medicines for tho 'head. This is said to lie the best lot of nut is di.u.ed of. llie limest ni.iJt I. Jast seventeen jears, and always keep woairesol mini cojI of jfniid work, lile thlcidie.. weanling mules in Kentucky, as tin a"a"kfi1 as they aro Maplns. Them in stoi-klri,ct with plrmmf tine timber for miiiinir piicc indicates. A. .11. leiami, 01 1.111- -' "There Is uolhtng so good for thn youth purHri INrt of tills l.iml l mm h.Mtnj unrkeil Hnrsnp.irllla." and prndiac .1 io.il ol , erj .ii u.ilit y which ful 1iIih.iI as Ayer coin, sold heie Wednesday to lolin I.il) cum niii ihU rc.ul) Mileand yuod return.. of Jilliii.. luml J N iiii-il'- l it. L. ParUi. Fox Luke, Wis. l 'I'hl. alu oMcr .1 tint o.iortinul) to parlies Woods L'. shoats at 1! cents per pound,1 ami Iccpnn mm) jaril I.e.ije jour order, at Nut C11.il "Acer's Hiirsnp.irlll.i gives the best ill bciiUeml IihiIiIii cithur for imesinient for the Inline or .md tlu Yard clt lop the land nt oni-inatishicihm of any meiln ine I have in ,The will of J. C. Ildikley leaves a tentlF ed in or S. S Mers' store J " iiiiilljr. 1 j!ik:1', ' recommend it, or, as thn of his eslate of $lll,0(Hl to the Itoyle and I'ltl.liiiruli n. iinitieilialel) en the line "T lite surfiril, K) ft. Knowllle llr.iiuli of the I ami N U, H. jiiiI doctors snv, I prescribe it over the . IjitiiMilk- ami Knoi.illi-- , iliiinl uiiuir.i) s.ounler.' It never fulls to meet tho Mercer poor houses. AdMn-ale.ii.il lu. for iiiiiny je.trs been .01 iiiipiirliiiit I nend it, oven reei ases for which diitifut Iho iloitois' jiriscillitlons liuie t the I mil before d.iy Henry Laboucheie says that tbeieaie I'nriic. ile.itliiK to . lu en of no in nil. " C. 1'. Calhuuu, of sale im do so hi ,liili III.' cither to I lee over a million gills in Dugl.iud who are ,Ioiiiii(Milli, Kuiis.is. or Win McNeil. si 1'ittiluirgli. Tith. Hit Sund,i. iindit, DiiiiuhcrIJiiLlbhl. in r. tin' town . li .. ti'cloi-i-- j uinir.liip. lata not likely to get mniiicil. In order to of Slanlonl, K)., a i.i.-- r l ?"""small SjIc ps!ti.e .mil ui.iile TKIt.Mh.-Oiie-tli- iiil cush in I1.1111I, h.iUin e i;i 5 yearn leinedy tliis state of tilings ho suggests lunils hliih.fcrcheiul old, IhiiIi lihul fciiwlilte.ca'J" ciiii.il p i) menu. f 11 uml ih mciulis from 1l.11 ni He iiom-- . uml snip on .t ,r in the in execute n nine iiiivmuiu. that llie gills be allowed to piopose in In. tail, which L very rlicav),bwisiy, comp.ir..tlie e jlc. I'ltrkhj.Lr 6;ircent Intnl. with kooiI nf beariug from rt.iv y difo-lui'iii.i'Aiii'i' nv wailiiuheillu the Stutc .ule; liin l." iu.iii.t f r il.fi rreit p.i nieiitn. fact, that the com ting ami proposing with blue cloth I1111114.. s. V. KOWJ.AMl, Dr. J. C. Aycr St Ca., Lowell, Mass. " rewJ.dnffjo. I will sib S ' ! should heticefoiwuid be a business apper- thiltorse. Lnsu) "nil ddaf. J ilK) t.IVIJ.N'S C "?,",' (. s MKI 1 eii 'Knoll., ,.i. Wurih i l"ll. .1 te I'rUn Sliinford, Ky taining cijually In both so.ncs. 7. , coii',-nitulatio- rure. l.-- 'J. i., of which ho The Ixikiiiok Joi-hhas been n sulescriber nearly ever since be could rend, sends its wannest con- prntulntions to Mr. Louis Ijuidrum, on Ids airession to the ranks of the noble and hopes him and army of of unalloyed happiness. his lonjr life The Huntington. V. Vii., pnper re- conl the maniaKf "f '' s- - 1,(,vu'," who made this place lih home a number' of years, and still has liirjre inteicMs, lin'rc In Miss 1. It. Henderson, u hand- come and elegant voiinj! lady of that city. n few mi tlie 17th iiist. After spemlin with his bible at her home became j ihns onto till- - place a week njro to prepaie few for his auction, and U'lmr a man of not made known that ho woitL--it was had become a Uenedict until the Kuowii that his entire attention ort-o- . would be taken up with hi business for tlie Hr- -t week of hi- - stny heiv, he left her with her parents and will or next day meet her at Winchester and accompanC her to thi- - place, to lemnin a Mr. Towers is a splendid) few weeks'. entlemnn and a thorouyb and we extend to liim and his our hearnnd be- -t ubdiw tiest lifi-- . huijj nnd happy vonin tbrou!h troubled li "nnr) a billowy wac" i Constipation prompt and tliclr effect alwnn 'l'hey uro an inlinlrulilo I. her nnd Afier-iliiiiipill, and every, w viidoried ti, the profession. " Ajer's IMIN are hlulily unit iinher-miII- v spoken of hy tlie peopto about liere. I iiml.n dully use of lliein lu my " Dr. I. K. l'owlur, llrlilne- puu-lle10l. ('Mill, Ayor's IMIN nlxivo "I inn nil oiln rs, IiiinIiij; lou proved their Milne in n c.itliiiitic for nivnolf ami fuiiill.x." J. T. Ilesi, Loltlisvlllp, Pa. "For sexend jeanAyor'n PUN bno lioeii in my fninlly. Wo llml lliem an iiellnn lii-r- THE NAPIER HOUSE, LIBKRY.'KY.. 11 iiclcit mtiy Ini all liursli nad drastic pmpitlves, tlio Iciiili'in nt wlili'h h to weaken llio IkiwcU. 'flic liest remedy l Ayer's IMIN. purely their ; Dciiiii'lt prompt troiitini'iit. Tim serlnni, Avoid F. W. WARRINNER, RROP'R. I 111114 .pifiiiiii. k M luc le.icil il in tir ion to coiiinnrniil men clnl)lo the ,i)hi I in fvtty p.utuulnr Intel amt intend H run- m ..s m not ... m.u'D tm. . m j C. A. BENEDICT & CO., I tt COMPANY'! Is - ,- Iteiieili'liil. er Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, si IVHiRIl. K fj'tory prn.r Well. Jrilte-I. m s I f CREAM ! I riu.hrd 3' j -- I I V R 9 Ua afJBB7VU-T3LEnZALIjHPaB- lJ aa .III 1 il jaill L hi-- ny m r"inlf I'll nic'O irlmac iiuMlshef piilur husllio ami k r nnr aiilimini "I nit. l Hot "' nifl irr nam l tmt LEXINGTON.KY. t ! ; ! ihhIiS' i I no Hen-- ' ii iii- -i Effective Remedy Lowell, Mass. Ayer's PUN, for liver tniuhlss anil indigestion, during ninny enrs, ami lme nlwns foiunl thum prouipl mill efflelfiil In tholr action." L. N. Suiitli, L'tien, N. Y. "I snffrrisl from couMipntlon which iisamiieil sneli an otiHimtt form that I fenreit II would ciiium- - h top)inj- - of thu NiweN. Two Inim-- of Aier's IMIN I), lliirke, a rumplele euro." s f.-i- r- - t ! I'll MINN I'ii- .Ml' I 'rt riuusllili,ii uti-i- ' nixkIT 1'iirn sr I V I I I too - fur roust Ipot Inn mid hiiliRrMInn, ami neer without Ilium in tint house." Mospt (irviiler, " I Iihv o iismI i krtaf lilli x 'i" 1 H ARCHITECTS m Edition of Scientific American. r1 b ' aJsnr.Sl HUILDERO U iii'in r ri. ,i,i-- i in fl I ij JACKSON HOUSE LONDON, KENTUCKY. FRANK D. RILEY, PROPRIETOR , I. I f f and Tasrouahl Day cU- - Kara and KMaaablt I'rKaa "' ' I ram. aiv met by T"lt I'nrtertM lhi l' pi CAPT. I ii. I ! - f ami fu ;j(i. in l ii Is'i. it"-ii, lie .Mi in. n i iiiil imi.- ni Sim l& n ii ri-n- fr ll i 11 i In limn iiMirnU i i wm lie ! I hit n tlio urn t in In iMimnr, nn 'in..i.. l'iiaim.K. a r nml in u r rl- 11 Hint V ift i eiiin r- - O nfl l llitf III. twiil nia-li- lnFir. nr Mi'i'O- I" Ml ss Il . Knol.l Rfrl.i nl (iml n t in ujr - utlilei iial. i ll i ru nil nini r r r llaiiiUiin k. lurriM- - if ief Meaaa. o f ,.-- "i. '"" I., i - 1 ixi l mil Wi r TRADE MARKS. . NEWCOMB HOTEL m. e , , -- . InimiilUlo ut luiik 'i i) tint Ml Si-i- i -- rti'i-ret 'll' Itll.MT" fur V.lilii ,i,.iiiliii r"iinpil i.ixlilai in lha IMI. A In ami I fur llnnitn.mli k. iliatl.. umm. -i- piit MT. VBltNON. KV. 1 at tl.l and well luinwn llutr-- i. .m' mi .1 'f tag it. Hie iep tun t rial alteao i' tn t It ii.tiu i i'ii I I i il P SI .Ml NN A Ml. mini I'll I en I i.i dlrllill-. i h.iirr.M- n,v. t I - V II Tm-wla- lll J. T. SXTTTON -- mefSBsmcssm&t&aSS jrr v d ' ILo 1 1, No i 1 1, ITKAT FIGHT cuted C 1 '.imntina, M. I.nuia, IVjp'r M A vi"imoiiil,im Xlede ne.httd IS", m the I' h (mi: DmiAtiJ II elli ', l'ni.'r A O. Simmon. I. it cr KrfuUtor, Kit d by nliniSf4 M A ". I. ,M lu. (or 47 leati ky CO., ' Ayer's Pills, ev LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. i,".i Tho Orlelnal Wins. Oil-h- ir-- i, THROUGH TRUNK LINE. ArrTI,II. ol n bToMACli,' Her I Hearai. l'aslor DrararaiA.Sii Isntoiau. s. Ilium k Itmnii nv ss .. t ! SAWMTLL SALE! , j & WEST THE MYERS HOUSE SOUTH Will,. Mc-Ke- m. gyLLLAN Louisville ALAQ QARS. mini I ner .Mrdwine. 1 hi. a WIIOVA toinetii-.- f hl.l In vnlxntute im a tt-.tor your .Meat "tw Ceunts cme, put it Uon't antwer the p. rpo-- " r J It Gram, Kd'tor Tit Pjlf Mfmrtl.ta la.r.H an a. It Church, A.Uin., frnn., wrttci "I iimna t anoiini nave wen uejil Si , lor )our l.vnume M. A. Smi Kt-- . ,M. " il . 4 - i ,.! 1 To Nashville, Memphis, .r.ii,r i rrpt-lat-'n- i a rjini. warn no llwt btt" r 1 er Hrit lalor and cer taiui u uiurt tlZrilin'f tnutgie. - tf ti rJ 3 II ii L la. ul irn.f I nat Me', re. an I lue uKii half of It i Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, New Orleans. Mobile and Newport News &M;ss.Valley Co. . jnr n p.rt. ir t nt I. i ) Iool aiul I'arJtus nl at-jr- -- -- .,t ,. d '""'. ARKANSAS Jk TEXAS. BA'NKKRANDHROKEK EMIGRANTS Srekjaa D,-- Se A SFECUTaATIOlT. ;i:o. A. RO.MICK, 40 A - .. a enl. r write l of ihi. hae. on the line rat.. riad SpocMl ot wilt re. if llroadwai and n NiwMno M W MlKK Cll s lilTTWlOrt .i- CO., C. int. Cwatpjii) I' AIMOIU. . f'-- r nilet,milts . . T. A.. Ky atocka, lionds. Ornln, l'rovlnlonn nnd Petroleum. iliiai-.r p.-- LaaUiHW. in it l.lir.s'il I' s D.V l (ut AKIIIrll ON MAI s.inihl-t .S i -- Nswporl News 2nd Mississippi Vailoj I Co, OThe l -- il 1 . Chesapeake & Ohio WIiinjstoii --Ti, - I1 ilCUISVIILt N(AlCATlCHICl(0Rt, nr A : NKW FAST .MAIL i i j LOUISVILLE Iljll) Si. & 11. CINCINNATI I ' s, lis V Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York. II,.. 41 rli r Ask For Aysr's -- Jj. ml. Im. with CAKs I'll.lMIN st'KH'ISl. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE t'ver atteaiptad bti-cthe jrjeat couone-- f cilia, on the Ohio Roer and ( hirao, and h the faMe.t time and nm.t comfotuble Oa"Jse Wr ihr South lmn all p"il hein roainrrpaM or In thetrain ' jK uf ihi. Nortliwe.t. I trunk haa. i. daanmlnaled Ihe Limited r.pir M The aupetb ndting l" k we eruplo gi.e. pi Unlirailed (.owfoil OTAt all Coupon Ticket Otli. t in Ilir s you will Had our time lahlc. and tirkt-- t s.n u wi lion, fel Miaon and tuk to Monon, il to none) and have a ple.i..ii-- jonrnri Iv 1. UCUKMIl K fcnetat I'as.ni i r Wr. t I hi 14 City Ticket jent. an.l li.ti. M I. lleiKra, jj- - 4O1 ir, I oni. illc K It. A fiiiurM (, mc .1 I inrnm o 11 I 11 . . - 74oiiisvi11e,Ciiiciiui2itinii(l Icxiujjtoii .No. 4. Cnii 'I v' -- Si. he lull in KHe. t " WASHINOT" 'N iih- "i " s.pirmUr th No a Dally Sua. "' . . HWS. . -- KASlWAIlll. I.ve Ciacint.sti nit l 1 nils-tak- Dally K i M:i j Sarsapariila r1, ' I . I uiiUiille " l.exiH(lon , Arr Wlm heater I ; . . . J", ( lo u 10 14 D- (Jli-nel- l.ve I. le I C'lumbu. llnniinxion. C1uilet"n . Clifton . ... it si ; 1 fore-runn- Id-'i- iP-CJltt'd- A'filli!, V- Wl ! ' Clurlolle.iilli. Arr Kichniond I ! UlihiiH'iid ' Norfolk " " " " " Ashland S S? Kaauivlia 1'all.. 8 1 Staunton I'mir . M (O J 10 1 . ii )s 11 m ri Newiiorl New. "(lid l'oini ljotfon . . .... v 1$ 11 11 n ll. Arr WaihiiiKtun. . " I'hilfdulphi.i ... ' Nra ork : l.ieChiirkille.villc " iili!? 1 t pm 0 an anv ,in u ot aai pin u 40 pm am 11 , am "ni 1 n pin i i" pm pm jib, 11 10 pin piw ." nni pnil , . am am pm 'i pat j I" pm Ri 3 " pm pm am n m U P'" . i. ' '" -C- HICKEN - 00 ,1111. n to am! h 10 ninl -, i o in pm 4joi""i lni '7.4'J"" j 1 . ( Cholera Cure! - " I"1' J pm -. Wednesday, Feb. Wl.sTWVKD I s,. I . l.uly ;K Daily Sim. .. ." FOB. SALE. ork Nrw 1000 am u IJ am 'i ij pin ; an am I'hil.nlelphiii . .. . . j a am 11 J, am Wa.hinulon Arr C'harl'iltesillle... 10 m pm1 , 70 pm iTrN'nrfulk ipin 710.1111 pi am jo pm " (lid I'olnt I o iifort o jnn 8 to nni Nrw ' Newport vi-1 V ;; A bliiint-purllier- ." House and Acich Land llltrtierii. I f tin-1- ' , AttClltlOn, ' 1 r STOLEIT a lll''lr 1 1 - - ti (ill-in- Ayer's Sarsapariila, '"' i: '' 1 inti-re.- t Tli 011 sands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Choi .. jojnpiil 8 30 am era. It is more fatal to chickens that, 10 jj 'am 700.011 all fit her diseases combined. Hut iht noon ; on nit Irr (llni Hill J ij pm tf am ' Winche.lcr .... discovery ol u remeuy mat fosihvtn " 'o I'"' - .11 l'm cuvts it has been made, and to be, con' 7 1J P'" ' l.nui.iille I"" n 1.0 pm Aonpm Arr CI11cl11u.it vinced of its efficacy only re iure. a trial t 50 cents bottle is encugh fot 'I rain. Nos I nnd 4 run daily: c.irrs line.t esliiKtwi to W.ifilntnu uml one hundred chickens. It is guar llullet Cif. Xlilinioud, Va , wtiliniil ohaiise. Solid train, anteed If, after using of throned. No. nnd J run olid train I.cxiiii;imi a bottle, the buyer is not thoiouglilv to Old I'oint dull) eieptSundn I'jrlies Icavirix l.exiiuloii at i".o pm, luicj rule Ihroiigli tliepiiture.ciic lllue KiiIrc satisfied with it as a cure for (Jiickeii dnliltcv'hauej Miinl.ilf and Al Cholera, return it to the undesigned Ask for lb kei .i.i N. .S .V M. . Co . line.. I'or inlnrmition in utftird 10 rules iti ..appl) 1" and your money will be refunded. W W MdNUfll'.-fii-ii'l- . I'.i.s..lt I'orialeby McKoU-rtSihkk, Stanford J 1). AKIMMi'lllN ol V l'..l eshil'loii, K). 9 U 10 llunlinst'ti Arr Ashland.... 1005 pm , lojim rr Ch.itlulU.ilHr in s pm .1 0 pm l.veCfiarl. Itrsiillv u 08 am 5 45 pm Staunton ' I. ii- Clifton Forge j 4; am 8 33 pm j..-.- .0 Ji Pi " While Sulphur S oj mil , 011 Jin " Kan.iivh.1 I'.ill. " Charlcatnn oil am I j6 am . - KhIiiikiihI fi " pm II "i am .... Z ... ... .. .. ..... . am ' l.ve Aslilauil. Arr Columbus I.i'e A.IiIjiiiI . J 13 l"' T ia 7iioain caPJBMari 1.1 fil .on . - 11 , 1 1 I'ull-ma- I -- two-third- J lii s ,V tVft T in. pa . M xk jJW - ? Ait I'M Miaw