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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889020101 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. f A . Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. Interior Journal STAMFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY i. d889. FARM AND TRAOE ITEMS. CRAB ORCHARD ' .v- NO. 102 I.KE ir. HCKFMAX, it MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. t L iv -- Cedar posts for sale. Jos. R.dlou. Rridges. of Lexington, will l.ogan Thompson ami Tom I'leU'lier Mrs. I.ncinda VauAi.sdalebrcioited SURGKON DKNIIST; SlANMJRD, . May wheat dropped to i"J at Chlrat- - preaoh at the Christian clinrcli Sunday sic nr. no longer cronies SURGEON KmiTICkV. morning and night. Mr. Win. Kvans sold hi farm near' Oreen Kenncr, of this county, has go Tuesday. O.ltfc ibtlth side .Main, two doon above I) pot St, K STANFORD, ( -i P. T. Snndldgo told to V. M. Hue a granted n pension. Mr.J.. M. Lasley of Stanford, anivi'd j Milledgovillo to Jos. Coll'cy, ."CM) acres at Office on Lancaster street, in room n. cntly vn Tsiesdny with seven horses which lu"3V5. -- M. Mueller, of Cincinnati, will rv , coiublnrd horse for $150. ' cated by Dr V. II I'enny J!. V. Kuglemiin sold to I). ". Prew vfHl tmiti at this tniek. J..L Drye has gone on a triji to Kan- open the Wildle qiiurrlcH in a wtioit ' A.V SI.KCiAN'I ntTI-IMrs. Agnes Rhinchait died at I'ine Itt SO head of sheep at I cts. and the town is as dull ax a ehuroh time. SIOKi: KIXTl kfcs Mean tiKnriMtnz rim snots- Liuw, for a' j ll'lk !,t thu residence of lior con, .Joe C. meeting on business. J. .M. Snndidgc sold to W. 1. IVi-w- The vagrant act should bo enforced nt rcducflr.ito.im w hasu two ottii I regret CatW J A HAMMOND A. CO. IlnNMc, Kj flhiehart, on Tuesday laM. Her remains' against some of Mt. VeinonV iMfviv, of ftt a nice buggy mare for&OO. exceedingly that I failed to ' I hare .fiurcd the service, of a competent Cr-nibrought here Wednesday for bmi-- ' m't to Crab Orchard Pair-oFoil Sai.k. mare mules and i The peo both colore. Maker and am prepared to dn any am! all '"" -- The district ple there are royal entertainers. invention of the" W. C. a Middle home. R. K. Rnrraw. , carring-ei.vc mhu.ui repairing to HARRY A. EYANS, ' K' hv mj pfmuiwl mi CTnlviii ttist bought in thin county a All pcr'ons indebted to the firm of Mr. S wain wn teWninbed to ioin ""r"t e""""'1 ? T. t'.. will be held at WIIHflms.niiv be- pariwion I'riri. reanonliork xuntHHU-t- DAUGHKIITV. ANALYTICAL aw whoM- - adoptetl llutchings t C'hadwiek will please come his wife, CHEMIST, VM. ginning the evening of l'eb. Kith and,, number of scrub cattle at --'j cts. mother was! -- D. N. Piowitt bought of (Jus MeCor- - forward mid settle at once, or their ad- - thought to be dying at MayMick. ' ' cl sing the bth. . STANIOKl), KV. ....... .!! . . .1 .. mums will bo placed in the hands of jib iii- I. Capt. .1. C Rlahur, who was heie mack n fine work mule fur SbM). on qrn ANVriPTI iiiiieo logui iiroiigu ROLLER MILLS. 'Mineral nd'limbr Land KxiuBiwd. Otaerl ' Mondav, A. S. .Myers bought of .John F. CagJi pji nlllcer Feb. 1st. I take an earlier "tart to test during the vear 1877 leasing coal oil Anal) ik.tI r.rk. -- Mr. It. U. (Jover left last week for the practicability of getting in next week. Unds fur u t'viitittvtvaiilu company, 1ms an extra fine mare mule for 1&25. 1. V. NuniKilluy&old to Iil Cnrtvr2fi Atlanty, titi., with a Still stagnation in the news market. d of mules jiitt died at I'ittubiirg. He had acciimu Dishmaii, Disliman & Metcalf, ....,. uu and ii head of . n liu-cattle at :ij' lie lought in this and adjoining The sun is smiling this, Wednesday, ah wuhin, . tnted n big fortiniu in coal. plcntf-i- i thum triad H Ikuighman cold to W llinm rmnlies. Mm. Sue HohiiCH old to A. morning, as if nil unconscious of his late Stanfordwife let MilU. ue I'alent it Flmiryour gro-at ' ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS, -- C. C. WilllaniH iimved Monday to Call for l!olltr at eery, and if they ruv X not CO it on lnind, tirce utrnn, of ltockca.tle, one pair of .miles reinissnec'H. property that he puivhafftl I otld bin fine j'oung gelding for 1W. "ARBoURUM-- l and I'INKVII.I.E, KY them to ket It. or et an order from them and ' .,.. ..1....I tinw. wliwi. betters have been received from I'd it ilat the .Mill and I will Kiiuraatee .1 iitc.iaant "" . Ir Uiv'ih Iimk ifllt- - -- .!. V. Admits Mild tu a lttivlumtntv firS:00. Mr. 1 W. Dillion snlil In II. Itxaminutimii of land titlet made a itiecultv. Anv Adaum HtorehoiiH and wllli iuty 10 hwid of yearling heifeiyiit ?l". ( oilier, of tliis pkee, two pair of So. I Williams and Logan clthe( penntcndunl r ,lmbe''. al and mineral land for ic tT? Jell Jones foul to .1. IlytdrAlMter work mules, price unknown. are perambulating the w ide West in good Willis lliHlln: a family grocery. ale. Information lurmshed on any point and corI 21 ' respondence ollcited. -- finite a little evcitement prevailed health and sprits. shoals, weight HX) pniindsnt I cents. (a3j.tf his storehouse wheif theold has -What is the matter with l'rof. KddyV, TT r1' 'be !''' ' stakes run' Tor on tho ' iii urfowii lnt Wednesday when the' ! mil- was recently burned. The remains of William Paikerwere Aiiierieun turf last year, Kentucky bivd ' flianlarm was heaid. The blacksmith He makes a flourish over telephone lines , boiws captured no than i'0:. shrti owned by IvI Koebler was almost to tho villages of Harrodsburg,' baucas- i burned at Itrodhead and a pent inor-A poultry journal insists that newly in liuiief", but the fire was soon extin-- 1 tor and Stanford and not a" word about t 111 examination was held. The phvM- I hac purchased I am cV the lumber yard of Meri. Acent in I.iiiculi, Count v for th V ""I Ciirmetit nans we are informed decided that dwith hutched chickens should not be fwl for gntBicd. It is finite likely that if this! communication with ilustonville. "e?re""ni" ' ''rULre Mr "J' I Pn liniulk.. l 11 Cutter, which aa o l'1" wlK.A at thr one . :1 .i. Ur.ir.n ! nf hours, as imturo pniviilus them with iMilfiHng bad bnrned that allon that side' -- Hev. Crawford came from Itanvil.eifidniu waeaucd from inflamnuition of the musiinl to attend his ministrations of t!k street would have followed Milt, iH.wels, and thought his wound had no, sufllclent food before the' hatch out. " s,AVV.,,L,;ATrKiNVr .B ! s c mocker N. I'lowitt has bought in the -- Mi . Mayme .Johnston, who lias1 the Presbyterian church, but went out '3 iyr tMiuiectlon with the lmmediiite emiw of 'H,', ""' ol" nvo n lnl "" yiiirliiiR lielfera been the guct of the Misses Stuart left to J. it. Mckinney's Saturday night and li death. LOUIS SCHL.EGEL, I.. Thompson with M. C. Wll- - at from fl to $0. lie also Iwuglit of . for her home in Stanford. Tuesday. Mr. ' wax prevented by high water from meet-inlin- e I. ! " 1'uderwood a pair of yearling' I), g. Iliniuan, of Danville, was in ing his appointment, ami Andy Kisli is mi a prospect A small paity of young people fioni j tomi Saturday and Sunday. Mis Lib nig tour in and around I'lnevllle and mules for?) 70. t .lh, in tin- town A Lexington land symliiiite sold toj llau Ianner. of McKinney, is the gucet this place to Liberty rnday even of On S inula) nilit, KICn.MOXD . JCV. M. Magee, usw Cuiuberland tiap. !. Stanford. K.,a III.ACK IIOKSK, about isH aniaii one man from l.ondou. wan bore and (. H. Stoll ihe Hit acres of and known as of Mrs. .Mania ret Stephenson. Mr. .1 ing and returned Saturday delighted hand high.'$ rar old, ith hind (Jrt hite,cqrvijtn Photosraphn in all tylc and Mie., 1'icturet In . ... in i. ti. i icrcnraa nnn nin nraA. Sand, the Anderson property, a little out of I'atrish, of l'inevilie, was here Satuixlay Willi the excursion anil their entertain- itinr tail,inwhich is erv hm. nnlittle onii ,ld7.7l II.. ' V"0"' ,nk' anJ In reabouts during the week. Color. Xew de hi. ii .' fc'f" in rnrat.i anj t it at verv low nnce. uathitihcdto a biiffuv. rninn.irai.v.K Jen-- ' the city limits on Ivait Third Mieet fot on business. ..Miss Cynthia Carbon, of ment there. They are especially comPurcell is in from Itichmoud. Dr. new, blue cloth lining lleide the Statr Soiuotct, was the guest of Mrs. Sophia plimentary to tlie new court-hous- e reward of $30, I will jic $2; for the recovery of i.'iigwaup from l.iviiikMon Wednos-- 1 $ 10,000, equal toSAsn an acre. tliehor.1". Ihikuj und thief J S. C. UUID. Milton Young, M'Cnithiaiia Stud, j Crrni week. W. A. Carson, of which they describe in glowing term. 97 Mnnford, Ky. A .1. K. lltiMiiian. of Lihcitv. sent me pub-- 1 iuts Mc-pittviiHMnl of Dwyer Urotheiv. lU8iIIe, is in town. Mi. A. A. Pi nut Sii.E. There will Ik a . . .. ... ... -mules, a henl of llmoKlyii, .N. ., the tilMck.stalliou Pon-- , Kinney, if Maiuord. fins been visiting a copy oi the "Argus, of West America I. ale of horM's, work An Artistic ta.page Annual Calendar, bcauti. &C Miss Magtiie -- weekly printed at I'niukfoit July!),, .'. tsey ciittln, rtini. hogs, bacoh, mn wing tine, fouled in lssl by IVnlro (ioinez. Mrs. .lohn Huehiiiiaii. fully da1.0r.1tnl wnli highly finished It is an interesting relic of yearly imp. Agcnorln, by Ailvoututer, for Huelniimii returned from 'Louisville Is' machine, wagon, harness, farming uten-'dm- n McKIXXLV, KY. ptetur repaentinc the. four mnn-Wint- er, Saturday. Mr. W. It. Dillion has return-- , a century ago. In form it diirers but, t. Is. i;t . Ac, on Tuesday. February tilth, SH,XX). Spring, Summer aud Fall ill be .nt Frr,i m I be price of 1'or Drills, Medicine, the futnoua Srup 01 KfK aay person who nds 6 cents ror .1 sample cony hemp is lower than it wl from Knox ville. Miss Ma IVttu- - is little from the weeklies of the present residence of A. II. Kvnns f theXew York UdKer. -- a respectable, earnest, dignified Ecm!i? . Addrex Miss day 'i. mill Miuth of Mt. Vernon, Ky. (Tin hn lnn for a long liinv,$t per 1P2 llw. VJsHliri' friends in Preachensville. NUIII.KI IIONNKRS ou.3,.i'uii Uhers? Hiiiil fnrin.i Terms maile known being the price oU'eitfl. Disilers sttv this Murjri tormley is 011 the sick lNt this news sheet. The paper on which it is Uroceriea, fine Cijmrn, oilct Articles, 8.C , go to t l.od & Co , McKitinvy Dr A. nii.i.irtiii.i 175 William Street, . .1 York Cltv. ! 1. ' :.. t ii. . 11 dn 1 of Mile. A. II. Kvtini.. W l iiriinu-iHie iivi ourdru department ; to iihiiik in nil' Ullllllllg Olll OI 'um'i is .. i. .1 iiiiini-i- i nieciuieii "i.'.1 win atteniltof tht! ick' "fihi rj day' alo attend or Thio Calendar U worth fullt Xc' ' in tow" -- The teachers meeting wim held in art, but the workmanship of the press is coumrv" tin large factoiy of Charles .larobs of at II. rrdcixm. 3U tho l!Rptit church Triday night, the iiite lesjiectable. The latest news' C. Cnxrke, of Altamuiit, was l.eiu t'incinntiti. LI. muge of prices foi cattle at Cin-- ! S.lth. Despite the rainy evening the (foieign and domestic) is of course de- -' Nindav. Win. Molwrlv, night upemtor . t London, was visiting friends heie. clnnati is li to 14 for very common to house was crowded to its utmost capaci- - alyed somewhat in iVhimiVh. Tlieedictsof lis Dr. Itrown, who litis beempiite low, best shippei; stockeix are in demand at ty. (ttlte a number of teacher from a President Madison the events occur- ring at Washington, Itostou, New York, Ollite on I.aucutter Sleet, (ipponte Court-HuuWillis Adams '! to .TJ; bogs are higher and are worth d Is twice weivprescntandtheprogrammc, is -- lightly impioviNl. ' Haying removed to this place from Liberty, to -. South- - from I to ."i; sheep ate linn at aj to"aud was an unusually interesting one. The vc, are generally obtained two months luis ri'tuimsl from a trip to the practice his profemion, calls the attention of the welcomi-addreswas read by .Miss Alice afterdate. News from the Peace Com- - E. H. BURNSIDE, Mrs. It. P. Maitin, of Lily, is vis- - lambs at 1o tt cts. wist. $ ;?,& Proprietor. c'Jn The Woodford county tobacco grow- -' Stuait In her usual agreeable manner, mission at (iottenburgh ami the lliitish thug her mother here. Dr. A. (i. I.ovell 7h,.I,y, 5,CM" of ll1 li,r wero l":nt '" Stanford and m 10 speak oi nik anility a. 'i endowed the action of the warehouse- -' Kcsiiousc by K. L. Tanner, of MeKin- - war depaitnient at Lontlon touching unii.i.ary went to Umisvillc Sunday, night. Mrs. No Until in Kentucl) has .1 better rcputatmn, a physician and ur(;eon. A share of the patroti-ageo- f ' the people of Stanford and vie nity is asked J W. ltniwn visited relatives at Prod-- 1 men ill Iouisville . not yielding to the ney. Mrs. .1. I Uover, of .Stanford, ' the sending of Wellington's army to and its proprietor Is determined that it by him. 63 tf tlutl be maintained bead this week. Arnistcad Adams was' demands of the manufacturers, w ho are ' read several essays during the evening, wind up the little disputes in America ' most noticabie ones being "Fitness, are included in tlie name issue. One hi from (iarrard a few days ago. Mrs. jstriking'directly at the producer, in a the j He ha rccciillv added to Its appointments convention held at Versailles. for TeaVhing" and "Waking I'p the thing is clearly demonstrated in com- Win. Stewart is some letter. -Witliin tig! last week l!7 hogs "have Mind." Too' much cannot be said in paring tliese ancient waymarks with the died of cholera at the distillery of (i. (!.' pniiM' of these. "Mutual Aid," W. V. records of the present to wit: that the HUBBLE. This notice forewarns hunters, tuhcrmen and Alv lute, in Paris, and there are IKX) more McClary. Ity his deep interest and ear - woild has moved within the last 100 others not to trespass on our lands without perMessrs. Arvin v Co., the saw mill mission, as u such si ill be prosecuted to the lull. ", in the pens at the Nime place. Kverv nest manner Mr. McClarv showed that ycais. Who ran tell, or even surmise A First-Clas- s Livery 5taDlO est extcut of the law. Signed: ' at C. It. Hams, are now In L ' :.. n .... 1.. :.. 1. ..:.... 1.!... ... . linn ...i... .1 ........ v 1. ..:.... fri.- .....1..... ... ..s. ".' ..V.......O " j " OKO. D. IIOI'PKK, To accommodate the demands of his increased T.J. HII.I., ...II I.I.... ...1.1. Vlllln f..lff,f l!t...l,,.u " '"""I' .11!..s .Irs-- . cause.-.. "Influence s,,ss the .1... pnm ' I..M. HA UC.H.MA.V. but nothing so far has done anv uood. transient p.iiror.i;c, of Teacher's ltet Turnouts furnished kOIIT.Mc.KUiiKKTS.JK. M.S. I1KUCK McAI.ISI KK. A college student at Harrisburg, Pa., Commercial Travelers and other. J. K ,4vtntcr in their yard As the animals die thev are binned. Ijinguiige I'pon the Pupil," by X. W S. II. SHANKS, S.H. IIAUUIIMAN MRS. HESRV ilAUOIIMAN. A. M.FKLAjJd '. Miss IW'ttie Toinplsins, of llarrods-m- i -- The entries tothe stakes of the Ix- - Hughes. Prof. .1. X. Ituplcy, principal bet another student $." that he could h. I I'KNCK will commence a subscription ,:, of the (J. O. high school, was called upon put two regulation billiard balls in his IRKASl KV DKI'AKTMKNT, sciiool at 1'right'is school-hous- e about the ington Association, which closed on the to make a few remarks. He fired away mouth at once. He did it, but when loth are now in, and in the four events 1st Monday in February. tbu doctor was called to get them out he 101 nominations as follows: 4:1 in his inimitable style and made decidOffice of Comptroller of Ihe Currency,' I am told we are to souii have a tel-- 1 there are edly one of the best speeches of the had to slit the corners of his mouth near lv back to the ears. phone connection with Danville and in the .'!()Niintiini Stakes, for Ijist on UKALRK IN- in Breeders' Stakes, for two- - inaiiv speeches of the evening. I ancaster. If we do, iUwill bring us in fillies; Miss Florence Brown, of Rushville, VsHINOT().V,I)iC 31, i9S8 ,lu' P'0r.'nmnie was a discussion, "How colts and fillies; 21 in Strain of the greatest vear-o.i- l 111., laid her lump of chewing gum 011 Whereas, hy satisfactory etidenee presented to 1 Ins" proximity tu two I in Distil- Shall We Save the Pad Roy," by W. V. her pillow the other night and went to the uiiderfciuuiHl, it Ii... t,s.ii in.tJe to appear that HOWI.ANU. KV . cities in the woild New Ilandiciip, for all ages, and ii'iumercial "The Lincoln Nun. llu II ,ul. I SLinford,"' in the McClary, N. W. Iliighiuaud Prof. Niles, s aniord, lers' Stakes, for all ages, t'w u inij nl l.inct.lii and .irk ami Chicago. sleep. When she awoke in tlie morn- tnsrnoi Kentticst,inh.is Has n stock complete in all us departments and SUUiif who brought up the rear by remarking ,mi licit with sM the pr. Wi.m iir.sTi'.i: CoritT. Verv few cat- - I desirn to call sinusnf iliu Sunlit ol Please tell us what isthe matter with their that "he found it ipiite easy to manage ing tlie gum was hard and fast in one of ipiired to U innpl-e- unit tin- lined Suite,., re u,c f Men' the attention ol the public m Caps, and Ilojs' Ulnre Hats, ssociaiioii the I .1 ' We don't receive it till. one tie on the market. One bunch of blent- - the bad boy, but had never yet learned Her ears, and she siillereil grievously for stiall lie Htitliiiiivil u. LiimuHMi, e ileil luismcss of iool. Shoes, Drj (mods, Clothing, and Family Notions A nunibor of our Couri- - tie sold for S:!. 10; lrt common yearlings ?,'",l'''L'- u?'1TLr.y. I'""1''"' .'''"' " rxehanKe .,..,. lu altt'rdwte. , , . to manage the bad girl." No one pres-- ; several davs before the obstruction wast"'K. acting Compinillerof the Curreiu j . do herehy cember itl removed. all in mid loo at It niibsciibeiN want to oxcbangtvJ .'0 ter head; pair medium horse mules cut gave him any information on tlie i ne ... Tlie ea.se against .lefl' and Joe Hon- - Kenny' ... .1.- - ivhii Lincoln .National nai'k rooms of mine mules t I ... irg ot Man l...l ii i.ir their subscriptions for some popular Sat" and pair ..,.., irim ..1re in ... . niniuuiii, ...... is (subject, o it is still open for discussion. I . e At Robert (iay'ssale amilkcofs I'i'snii. ' llitrvi'V 11111I nonthly magazine. a they don't receive ?--!. wiiiiiuoiiiiii r ieniacy, .. auinonxcu to its .I Himi.m- whs commence the ImslncN.of Ilmiljins as presided In During the time this subject was dis-- ! . ,". feeding McKIHKSY called for trial III the Circuit court at Settimi lUty.nue hundred and ilxly-mnol the !iM SCHOOL I it more than two or three times a year. sold at SW to Sb"; cussed wo hail the bad boy illustrated to tne I niieu State. rsesisan i.iiiii. ....1 ill.. lfllV14l illlll 'lt ii.. UV Tlie ileatb of Mrs. T. D. Chestnut steers at ."o; yearling do. at :?2."; work it.s fullest oxtent. Was it the small (?) K...IlUlll IIIV- - M.....I ll il IlllfJI I I.... . 111 tutlmonv whareof, witness Will open again liimlund st of ollue this list duv se of the absence of some of the Com-..- y KAL l,M w cck w as a great su, pris, to hor fain- - j oxen at ?00 to 5151 per yoke; work j . ' .,...,.( , nni....ml... IPQ. (0H , ,,. ws,buIi;, .' .'VI1ILFVI. .mma . t umnweal 1, s most unportui. witnesses. to 110; bay l t. ! U. AUKAHAS, ..ml riiemU Ma-- had been conl hm mil , J. ', Oil Ilum,K,r ()f Uilu,llLM.H Wi , 4H1 1889, . i.loe Henderson and llarvev 1 timer were Deput) and Actlni; Ci.inplroll.T of, the Currrm y. t her bed about a week from eu d- - anil :!()) barrels of corn in nhock at l..s.. j No. J031 who did not take pint in the1 also, and their bonds, amounting nth ami was thought to be doing as Sun. Many pupil hase already tnaedandtlic pros- ' 1. is .'iii.. her condition. J The Bi'iifon for i,..,. .....1 t....i- - litem exeici.ses. to SKi.OOO, were 1....1......1 forfeited. pects.ire much hclter than last term for atoll well as any one school wur ork is tnorouuh. as isxhnwn hv ihe KUtl tl.lll ..Of lie.U.ei-SO.Illll.llU.aieil Hie 1 YT imt at the above mentioned time site ture draws on apace and this is to nx If teachers Mm entou, iromt.slastVr tu IN MEMORIAM. Vehall .1!sj m.lLc n hnect.lltl till Otlkiiimr .rm nflli. (".. tn. A i.i.s.s.110 v ti!.uaiwsi fr.i nv 11 wr vtiuuii I.nfi.wi4 tn.-"-. JV. lL ilidllI'VL. J those who wisli it displayed ami v nsketl Mr. rt to raise her up as she uviwiv School and Teachers' Course hrnce those v'""1 expect ' Wiikukvx, Our dear Heavenly Father apieiiring.--Pinevil- le Messenger ms to teach t ould scarcely do better than enter thought she wanted to vomit, lie did piintcdin tho highest style of the art Ol iiur si.isss. so, but laid her lia. k immediately and that the Intkhioi; Jounn.m. is always in bath called from our midst our dear sisKatcn frum $1 so to i uir iiiuiiUi Bucklen's Arnica Salve. t 8;.t Mrs AI. F. UKNNY, Principal tlie ring, us usual witli new cuts and ter, Mary Myer, one of our most faith- she died without a Mrugulc. Assistant. Thehcjuahcin the world lor cuts, i.rulses ful members! of the Ijidles' Aid Society, coal lypi'. Our engaging business man-- t The most interesting feature of our cer, ..., r.uum. .ever ore. te.ter.cnap "(1th. 'r. w,, h),H 1),01 mimiiiiiB editor for of the ChlistiMit clnnvh. .Iiiiiniirr ' ped llanJs, chillil lint, corn and all skin erup .iiiinunit - v . at present is that of .building I .1 ..! .II1 I. ..I. I,. .....!. lssii, thercfoie be it R. B. tions, and pobitl ely cures pile, or no pay re- " "" -- OX"'" i". 11 turnpike from near tlie Hanging cork:"" " "'i1'.tlown "" pen ' IUoi.vki, That in her death we real-- 1 quired. It I Kuarauteed to ;ve perfect his lay and re- -' Danville-pik- e to Willow wi" ,H bridge on the ,,u per ..ox. SUCCKSSOR TO an' the Stanford and the wants of any one suflering for iw our los ami yet we submit to the J.n or ,n.n.y i,.n..i Vnc. 6, 1889, and Allw.se l.od that do-- l -. H.vthing that or any other line of job! Danville ' pike. There has been aboutIM'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER iirinting or advertisoineutti. Electric Bitters 'h nil things well. 1 et it is a siulpleast t ,11 10 o'closk, A. M (KH) subscribed to tills project and pernt the town uf l''at WO pay this llUst tribute Of love This remedy is liernriin . ell known ami ' .Mike II. Haggard Of Scott COUUtV uri' $1,000 could be had and haps another 511 4TH AVENUE, I'irisllUKC.H. I.AU'KKI. CO K , Who was SO popular n to need 110 special mention. All who cotilltv ' inning lumlm tie nils aml 'l'1'1' " 'nr memory, then if tlio county court of each .county i18 III tllO luve used Klectrie llitten. .in the .un sonj? of .,il will Ih. o il to the highest hlld.-r- , , at puldic aui-A trcr K.lllcille ll(H.., not would help a little I think the enter- bought miito a number at 6 cts. for, lst llIul tioiij.ilmut acres el Coal and 1",t M,,t and the ' ,, eUlmi.a Klcclrk This one ijoothe must salualiln Timber I. anils ,. ntreJ , ,, pushed through to com- Juno dellvorv. Mrs. J. I). C.av sold lh,m art- 0iw of prise could be the ""',1,orfor oo.il ' good deeds will remain niiterHwiiure..lidlscse,of thel.Uerand Kid landsisin this region, so celebratedtractsitsofiil und pletion; a more important and profitable Monday 15 cattle, weight about 1,150.1b. "" "; ..,..",e .V ""'' . i,re r"'H ' "u.w will re.uosc I'l.nnlcs. Holla. Salt Itheiun and ncy. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish forever in our hearts. niiaiM ii iinr' in """ ,,,c in nil "" irvm na.a ' link of turnpike could not be built any- in .J.4t).' W., 1). niunercanu tins reiiteoi I the " ') tcm Hint bv order of the Iu1Iih' (Miristinn ol,,t-thui. 'P" nresciitwill inmt ., ,j,c iie 0 Jand inKt.oxnic lirancl.efs.ilh the' Stock of UK) I don't thiuk. Moms Jteillck'H plltCO Of !X) acres, N railroad, )JrUt( M,iri! ( direst conneilU.il u the where of tho sumo length, " well a, cure all Malarial Fevers Ki.r cure of ' f '" ',","" '""r W.,i,1'rt' I acres to go in hemp, at $5.50 per acre. C. Aid Societv putu Miss Hiittie Uobinson left a day or lucst estimate, iiiude is C.nstlpalioi, and try Klec 7uoasrcsol solid coal of .Tli.mm-.w.rnl!..un,- l Inwt unrklblo ll... two since for a prot meted visit to hersis-te- r, C. Priest boueht and sbliiiieil . , vear In this trait with line liuiher for iniiiing "". B"- -sll I.OIler - .. . .il..r ,( Irlr llittcm. Kntlre! satisfaction Kauruntccd purpustk I'.irt of pleiitj oltoiid now l.rinj; thickness ..... .. ... ... iU I'opilir IIIUII, ,nola.ri.f1Itll.. ail U - ot too low lit worked ,. per Lottie a and produce it coalthik'Uu.l Is M rs. Lipscomb, at Hopkiimville. MIns .,..i.iiseh,i.,..m.il.y;eiieggt., receivi toe and ol ser iiHTior.ii.iliiy whl, command, rcldy aleaiid tiodHttirns. McLean, of Garrard, is visiting Mrs. J. average of Ii cents per doen. At the Kansas, and it let go, killing three and A 11 ivimv. dnij; More 111. tale oner a tine opporliinti) tn parlies ItHikjiiK ciiher for ii.sesiiiieiii for the liitnre nr de I. Kngleman this week. Mr. Kph Pen- Metropolitan Stables, Monday, Caritli-- 1 wounding a dozen persons. Is Consumption Incurable? sirlli.'tn desilop the laud at oue. is stopping with s. era .: Reard bought 10 mules 15 to 10 nington, of your city, roii;lii to the city of l.oiuttillc, now open IUdthe foll.miiiK. .Mr. C. II Morns, Newark, I'ltlkliurii.i is Inimedi.itul) on the line .if the Save That Sweet Girl 1 Knox wile llrancli of the I., and X Mrs. S. Dun-h- r builds high at $100 to 4100. Will Rog11 Owsley font few days. Don't let tHat Leautiful gill fade and droop into Ark., uy: 'H'u down ssitli Atsto.s ufll.tiiiK. .100111 inidwa) Iwtwieli Louiskille and K. K. ud includiii(,r the KnowiUc, gave a few of her friends a superb ers, of Lexington, bought sevenilSoutb-einvalidism or'sink into an early gravefor want of uml frltndk and plij.I.Ians pronounced ine an in :".,.'l,!'.aJ.foi""." ,w" "' '"uoruiut wi- - KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & GO'S. HATS llegan tutuu Dr. Kin.'. producing distiict ""s nliiles at fS5 to $!;". .loo Downey li.i.ele care at the most critical staeel her life. J)r. suinMo con.uiiiptne honor-c- l dining w'stcnlay. Among the ' ' .. uiscimry iur coii.unipuuii, an d am iHiw'an I'.irliesdis.r.i.s; I. Inunnlsii.L!t etllieVIftlltllrUirf das n,lum..w... ,.,., ,ii.v, la.iuu (11r U....H-- litis 1. ,... in.pei the nUn,... 111 will aid in regulat. ssniiaii tt.ifSe.. f... of alc Li.n tin .. giuMs were (ieueral (iivcn Clay bought a p.tir of , baud mules for&tOO, I'lirce's favorite I'rtscnptinn m- ' I'm. .urul.. W e " ' u , ,,r anil uins An elccant Inw ot Canei and i.voi.'s 11 M. Vml. .1 "'J """"""". "" "' " w mi? her heai innd eiiaUltahins it n a """ busi ' .Snitli, of Mt. Sterling, ami Col. .lake ftrtherslnt. S:d p.tis.- ...id ina.-.'andnuysavoher venr. of ihroulc suff.'riuu.aud'" ,',r,u- l I " "iie.t'iiirdiLUic eser wade.-CeM.rated I'mbrvllaa alwaj. on hand U'rthtl 1 r It.Mh -I- Mie lli.ril !!. in h .nifTOTJaiiie -I- i-.M.ddlewari, Ds. aiur. Ohio, a Il... le.i...iH.nti.nl.at.n.i... llliilan, nf Royle. Rishop Myram l.uce ' " .,,.,..,...., .... s , ) SEAL SKIN SACQUES, OAPSjfc, Wars and rumor of wars do not effect ha been on tho sick lis) for several days ' ' '' " " ' "f T-pot complain much, as he the WOUllerhll Cllivs' of ilnnlort U.agi. ? ""' SrUlSd ut he does Olove. and other Ku. . specialtv ; ,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,ltr e , ,,,,, ,p e , chicken choleni cute. ".So CUIC Ho pay , s , v T r'nTOjl K. i,iil claims t" he. pid-i- - ..f patch-woi- k s'" kldeof city solicited, perfect .aiisfactlor Ku.raltfr .( lc,J. ,, ns D""'! tail toorjer ,i NOIIHV HA I' :i ty oldb M' R'lbiltS sV stllgg 't . t r. Hit i' r.it.sclsird t , NiKID ' now A. S. FB.ICE, IENTIST, j bt-fi- I FOR SALE! T - ss 1 ITOTICE! rllf t f ",. - -- - 1 1 I car-loa- 0:i-poiu- id rt. i P.r. tin-Alle- j lt - ' LT7MBEE ABD hs National Garment Culler. ! . i ntlf,, ' .. r," j. 1'1l' 15- STOLEIT Dici-inbu- PHOTOGRAPHER, w-"" w-n- - ' iifu-h;- ,.t. -- .... .... lt I ...... ... ... ' UIUSKAI, OFFER. water-colored I LOlrrX) 1 00., lvattlic ' 1 1 s 1 1 1 rr. 1 1 1 , ' --- ,0. M'ROEERTS, iM.)., i ' THE MYERS HOUSE .- "! ve i 1 s ter'n11 POSTED. - I , Pool and Billiard Parlors lm-atc- d ,,''.. I '" 1 1 ,. 1 1 1 J. K. HIX.T03ST, -- j General Merchandisti, I c I i 1 C 1 -- - ..',.... I -- ' I d o 1 IE a . , February : I ' 1 ie-mi- l ,p rr xr f. ili' ... ... .. ' ... ., J "". uuu m wnmw GEOGHEGAN, .H-oo- d Auunford, i. Wodncsd.iy, Feb. ; , ,,!,.,. ,,,,. Ptin, ,!,, j louist:llb( Kentucky. ,.,'., ... 'I1 ...,.""'" I lit-- - "' Indlt-estli- ml 1 1 . , 1 aa world-renown- j r I ! ... t I ......... 1. u-,- I - I ., "' i...k,,.n.. 'w -- . ,,., -" . '"' ft"!;; 'VVZlSXZ ' 111 'I .,ft 0wg 1 '.J 4I (t, -- - Hiv-- . y - "' .CA. . Olllcial returns from the electors in Wi: received a beautiful pair of slip finds pers Wednesday, which some fair but mi uiu ouues, twiM1 riorum, were rccciv-that Germany has given this country no unknown friend was kind enough to make ed on time and a special messenger was t JX. JIJrfANSATfl M. G. JAllJf there for the missing document. Stanfokd, Ivy , FuimuAKY 1, 1880 cntisus belli, that our Hag haq not been and send u. It is a ruloof this printing sent Mrs. Nancy Kdgarly died at , olliee to pay no attention to anonymous insulted or American pioperty destroyed &D .DaRTTG-O-ISX, Y., at the age of 101 yearn, " and that the whole question is: .shall the communications, but we hae never yet L'.S days. She retained all months and country nseit the independence of Sa said we would refuse to accept "anony W. WALTON. moa by force of arms if need be against mous" slippers, though we would beglad lier faculties and st length to the last DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, It cra J I Win. True, awaiting trial foriniirder (iermau aggression" As tliis invohesj if our gentle benefactress would end her Tiii:kk is an alarming increase of di FANCY ARTICLES, &C tii (mMtjon o( pt.iu.e ()l. wnr tlt, ,i,,tl,,. j jmnie, "not necessarily for publication, escaped from a West Virginia jail, thinly Watch lie i oc e ,njm(jon "Tiw? JwV voice .suits in this State m. 0f vv,,., resides with Congtess but as an evidence of good faith," as tho clad and barefooted, and when found mir . ........ r.iy ompnun'trd. - . VI here is pietty lull of them. theie are 14 7 ,vhoU. hU,,jei.t ,.., b(JIJ., lof(.m.,i to papers are wont to say. Weaie unfeign- - was Ijing beside the road fmcn to . ... lit urt docket ....1 tui body, the President not an-- ! ,Kjv thankful for the donation and if the ileath. V that , ,. i ,. ?jTTJtJ"Wj.ii - r 4," A caving of the river bank at Lent 'donor will make known her i.lentiU she to tnk( furlll0r gU,IH iijj. n u' ipuifes sJtt .lay the com w of Louisville are ailed might precipitate hostilities. And the will hear of something to her advnn- - l.n,.ding. Mis.., destroyed U.e landi. ST()CK 0p WATCHES, TH LARCEST upon to grant .lecrces. lav nas ne ,.I0gilk...t ail(1 his win uluiiiM. and did damajto amoiiutitis creUiry are right, ns tage action ot ju.lges been in the matter win ' Usual. , CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. n ,,,. t0 ts0() M,m, t,m .... mv o( JrM&tt N Iwirn trou. the Oweusburo lii.tth- - .,.,,.,,,,, a couple in Louisville actually asked to ii ' 1," Kter truui;lt i tin iiMrkrl I'run lower to. 'separated because the weiei .1. M. Ci.wt.in, who was theie taking) ei that Mr K. (5. l.ogaii, of the , I'm k and Jtwtli) He W, ili be legally Tlll, n(,ws A ' K imv mv,, been 0 th lowcM nu .h riji c .iiU rrntrd . . !,.,..,! till' ..il.iin.i. i Ills .xint.iit .,......!..: ..f ......I. ...I. . pirril A " ' of nil i1i1pi,u.bi.wI1uuici,1, il.,.l ' C. K. Hreekinri.lge iiifho fur llw. mint .f villi. Tillies. IlllS l..l't 1...lllllll ll.S.'I'ilktWullnon mimlersin ..'.." Knox and Whitlev n w1 ltd . '. ..". Il.u lul.k l:.lkl...il .........I ".1st fJongress was about the purport of their petition. Inst two yents ami that only ,. . .;, . , tlu , . , , if In ivfti-in- g to grant it Jinke Toney laid was nsassiutitud at l'luininersvillo, Ark., munlcrcr lias iMeu even dow n tliis admirable opinion: There are Tuesday night by a eownrdly iluud w ho Kentucky newspaper to publish, the .tunMm to go to his widow, who is luff tliree imities to oery marriage coutnu t tilled him full of buckshot as lie sat m . niu hridgu now building for tin' riiviiinstaiices, the stieet in the contracting parties, society mid the his room. Tin shot was Ironi r , hi . elv nothing after in lact Louisillo NMitliein over KfiltiirkN paying' State. It is a contract that cannot lie ami was fired through the window. The site had huo river, at lvron, will have the longeft Of the Business of Mrs. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in I he pre will no, dissolved by consent ot the parties. The murder has onused intense excitement, his burial eitenus. single span on any bridge Ktructun- in contribute in tins way ' . itixons meeting and expressing the doubt be State regards the inviolability of the the , the world, . . marriage contract as the chief support of strongest condemnation of the act. Tho to theineiuorv of one who while Imiir.iv-ouip niiscrvaiit opened a swit. h legislature will oll'er a ivwnrd of $.",000 ident, was an ornament to the proies-- ' near .,, all social order, and pronounces it and n c.ittjn tni n Ion he lovtsl jo denrlv. except for the causes enumera- for the Hsasin. Carta, .lashed through It killing two men a id ted in tho statute. It is till- duty of tin; Mint " lgnttinjt the entire train wis IiiiUnun Uintrict n fan-- ' " l.v the AiTiirtn it lws one of the fastest . 'turU to protect society by vindicating t in the South, the fou-- , j;reMimn was elseU'd Tiiewlay to till out uews pies-scthe indissolubility of the marriage win- - He linvi.v. mill Clmnw? of venue vm not d nriml tiinU Unit lo keen ui) with ti... imavi.im.1 ..inn nf i ; tra.tandrefusiim divorce except " IlWW. nilj BWP lMiiiM.it 'strung to Mv IVev, the ivpublhim who iek liaww. chared with the muh only in thoe cases where the statutory lmi,t HilMrwi. nt Hinuinr it hs or- - was deieated bv .Indue Hrrett in Nov-- ' ' his wi It for faster. grountlRlortlieannuinont ,,i u.e each ellH.r, ". Ala. So thk .huts oH' one UieiiHH Hujjjjy over bun thin time Hon are distinctly alleged hi1 dcrly (Jruhi Coi;n Hay in Ids iiiw. f LM,0X) isim,,y n lliajri,v of fully .VHJ. As lWviu- wtl fl . . ,, , (oute is , , , provml. Any otlier ... . f The ivITne trust s.iii.u - nnitiiuUii.rM tt : f tut I.: "Kuulll r. ..i " -" i!,,.,.v angineB, mi iiunowa, ti. riows, uuuivuiers, v '.". ." xuivsumS muciunui, uiuvor . .. M "", niiimrv t. Inn ami t.m! to n.ideiinine eignt, T '"'"' iweive hikw, nun .... , . mi now hnveiipiMirentiy pretty oo.iRtuunus ten or :. wi.uw ' foundation ot, our social fabric. "Ullers, Saw Milli iced OUttOrs, Horse i'OWers, Hnv , ,, (,Bwro(1 he vt'ry y,r. above the prices that would l...vr .M Qf M,. T,K, of tw dlMm. hoU fof to k Graln- Soed3' Coft, It seems that the social heresy is ..ning (wm th() pvsg MtM been imf.l but for the power of tlie cm- lIl(, mna M o KmMu.im OIVt4nlrallnn touveit.sthat marnageisa mere matter 0(, 'fhev will H)t S:57,."0il each. . . rtii -- i..i i...n..ir ui.i.ii M....if.. ..- - f ., .mmirf bine to hohl up nontioiis. u..i h..h ocmtieaiwthv. ot convenience ami not Dinning ujion tiie' 'n,e IVnnsvIvania HailimdCVinimi-- , " TTT . .. ,. MHill I r la swill tllllt .S'llHtor HIlK'kbliril It WB nut from L'VlllL'toll.' till' juriit'oMiu uuiui iiiuh iimuuui ' "j "- "'"'"'in! i it ii'iii-- ' ;. jiiirn tMiM.nl , rent centie of poker playing, that a! had rendered liuiMelf so unpopular Mt son a train for his trio to V,..t.i..i.. ...V. .. ......a.-- . ....... t. irtmr.liln iifli.i't j. ing no one except the parties to it," and gxme h played theie lust; home by his failure to .help his frleiidh. jju msi0l J(t (.WjKfHj tH j t,m dissoluble upon notice. This com t will week in whidi encli man had up Si.OOO, that even Ids neighbors were longing tu'u'.s dollars to cents lie will, see him shelved nevt time. Hut it 'enis ' not give aid and comfort to ueh a de- nmking the pot woah SIS000, An lnillm'ii court hwi.le.iite.1 .lint ' a weak invention of the ....j to have moralizing hcrc. to tho winner.- The uonm plmnNl with her i h .. . ..:..,. ......... .. :.. l.lo ..l i.r iu iiiii.mv nu lia nu.. Harmlr mul luiirlilv .1........'. K - . jjrupii .ne nmui. noi wy lor ... , . no 'l . lliiRii. Hoi.m inu-- t excuse us Ti. - .... ... j w ta iMiaiTo u. .a ixi i .. ..... i. .. .... , . ...y-- . . matter If h dwell of her friends delate nis siHieiiieiii nmuiiviiii in .iinwinjiuirti, nun (r. Ml in. I ? itutifMrni' is so plain that a wayfaring p so weuive it for wlmt is worth which ford this week, doe l goin to lie it that they "hiok ju-.- t like her." in in though a tool could not en therein is much less than the value of the iiiimj- u- hard man to down, but .ov. McOrwiry Tlie pre tilutit ha- - commuted the 10 All w n ... iln ia. tn fnrtlf .ill thp lll.ws his heed to it. ywwr senteiice of J. I). can do it fur him if hci-e- l ii'iiry pot . ;ih. e do dressodun in intelligible .shape. PntSIOeill OI tile .UUHlie MtllOIHII. Ol WW -- ....... ... ...I.IS.,1. . .Ii..,r,.m i.lnm. Till.- - '.. nn,! AI.MHW ( '.lllllllit !. - .1... .!. .....rl,. ten.v.l Mr iiunnpixvnitf with everv article for thelienelit of tlu'ise portis that it would Uike four months to aovermiieiit American fotwnl llm-- luw ? ". ; V. it !... ......illu.l (,. uvili.m a lollnr tj ii funds, to years mid mouth. .ilinciiminrlainiii Iin i..iifh lili'LHlK' to "fl over In. StIl.lLp hill - nM!r -'womeu iu the fit- m t'enend over-- 1 i yew y.rk II iiri-miwill attempt nothing but Wier, in which' understand a simple proposition. Hut huMiig diplomas front ilher . i l.v IVl.. l.Mli. A.. i... U14IWI VIf. i.. ........"T .. .,' ....mv ,.ivo.. lwnitin... .mil . . .. .i. if ... i. M. . 'l;'tti . ... - .... aaaaa a. . M.. 1. T PH. 'r.ltfcOT4 II lll- - .u. lll "I." inencan or loreign uieuictil scl..ooU. i,.u...1m..-,.1. ..I . 1. :u v ,.i.n j. , .. . . ..a t fTt' VUa7. it., i.- -i f..ii w. III! HVIUU ta.a . III" IWI "I - ' I V.la. ... a. ...... .1... .a,.,,;ii.... ...a ..... na. . ... XUr-- .i .IfiaJMIIl'VII'lll.' ..C (III. CMUr . f.... i. i..,u . . ... me i. in- iM flint ine.li.'al li'Hr.-- " tn m mn- " inn iitt tiently not lienr.1 ol tin- acKVHie John liirt UHRer, wno ihiuuiii ami niiii iiiinue.i ine inoimirotsiiy, sayn .VlKl MtailV Other TICW JtMtl IVcsll hlSl iii inn uj iiniii uu- uir.nu- vi.a.vw.um. i..,.-vr.- i nuiin'II,. lor ii, litis oeun n cu ii J) .Mrs. HnriDws. w ho stubbed anil kill- Ilarri-on- 's turuiiiu over the I'O'Uotllee of rcliicinij it. As has lieen befoiv IV foi f.M. v. of the lWville Mown-- ' wl her liiulmnd in Augnm last, while I)i'partnient to liliu dm tug his ailnnuis-- marked it will not Ixfoine a law. makii. an cariic- -t apH-- l for law an i was lying iu bed, and week p. :.l.'. tiation. .Mr. hirtmul:er iiiav he a irood that will make the guilty of lite critue. was senteiv d nt coiiHnement to our onler. and for i .. . i ,.iin..m.. ..7 ti... io i...:..n.ii 11.141 mill .1 tin, inn ..in... of law a terror to evil-dI'hiliulelpliia to be bansed, l.ut h)i. will is, of it Sim i.lnliiia. , I."-nt-. In. hliiuilil tint lilllli'nr room, ,.much ...,..., spent ,in excruciating , , , .... . .. i . tt ir.1.', or letting not be. IU Il ,s I'nvuege w oe ao.e 10 get ...i..: of politics.if he would .,I'". after tho yem we imiMirte.1 gold tinwhhl.only those who have; thelr trials ttrovc wors, limn farcer keep himself unspotted fiom'tliu world, .. i value of a?r.',:ttl,0ls) and export. that .., .,.t,,.ii.... exnoiioncou u niuui) pnnuiu. ..,,.. M., .,. i. ;L irnvo i.;. NEWS CONDENSED. 3-roce- r. meuil Uj the value of SC.stis.l-.'s.,, It yet, but atthe'expenseofthe Ame.iean people, but little use of the broken Ismk apjieiirs that a protection taritl' do. s Two ladies been elwtel i'.ni 'skin" around piettv lively on Hit). keeji our gold at Ihirid after all l.oiiis if the "devil directoisiu Vtlanta. Am. new.spaper tenders will remember spatswood'seriitchesund Swift's rolling null, in Newport, was villi Times, suit against doesn't trip Us up" again we will .soon be tue noted breucli ot promise Two or tin ee weeks iiko the Uako. for $70,000. ' sold Wcdm-Mliiold man Arbuckle, of coll'ee fame, by right side up with car-- . in Iulutb, tans sporting duteis and hi iifging TiU'Opem House blo-Miss Claia Cainplxdl, because of the Tin: chairman of the icpublican com- Minn., biirneil; loss SiVl.OOO. about tiuding now birds' nests. Tn- cinuny love epistles that weie intiodiiced. -- Tininrinnati outliern lias dwlar- - day three school children lost their waj The verdict was islo.OOl) damages and the mittee in Kanawha county, V. Va., has In blizair.l mid when found two were' been arrested and taken to the I. : ed a three per cent, dividend. supreme court of New York has ju-- t decourt at I'arkersburg for buying a man's - The second fall of snow at rensaii-- , dead and the other dying, Ls not too much, couseipient-lcided that it II. II. Tatem has been apixiintcd "Ha by Hunting" will have to walk up vote for$L' and all the whisky lie could l.i, Flu., ill .'"i years, occui led Monday. The receipts of the postollico depart- - treasuier of the entire tjuecn and ami pay his "Hunnie" that snug little di ink. It is .said that t'ie republicans of this year will reach over So000,-- cent stem ice F. Kahn remocd lortune, which w ill enable her to marry that State out Heroded the Indiana! "t'ro.lr-itheir mad tight for totes last der circtiniMtances which show .rooked- some other fellow, who can appreciate, . ., .. ., . , Novembei. jierished in a nes.s on his part. Mr. Tatem has been . Twenty.se. veil lioiM-r, loving iiniiui' imiir iiiiiu uie iilt if nut' liu'r.v ttWv ,ire l,t Annlaton.j v,i,, the road sine, its su.rt. coiree man did. Tn k arrival of Nellie Grant Saitoi is on w '' Wnahburn. just elcct.nl Sena,. .... ' a visit to her mother iccalls the wn.s.1- , alu has been made for the f '" hnati-- l to ..- tiomUHtoriesaboutherKnglishhusbandvL n.sotn. is i "V , ".7 . soldierd of the ."state to meet at " worm upwani 01 -- io,iH),00O, ami owns . which have long miicc &o. Lexington Feb. Hint, toorganizeaConfed-er.it- e cuielty to her, largest llou ring null in the proved to be iiiUeruhle fabrications. She -- A colored porter was u.unlered and Veterans' Association, the duty of ' " is very happily married and a dispatch robb,slinastore at Hirmingham. which will be to olKain funds to provide dav. This is whv he waselecteil. says she looks as young as she did when .m broad daylight. ' -Choose, for destitute soldieis, their widows ami she was Mrs. James (1. Hlaine, Jr., has sign- tin belle of the White House. . Hlaine, wtate; aVlliv)it, treasury; Al- Arrangement!) will alMibem'ade orphans. , ed a contract for three ears to take a .... . ger. wariinu.vvaniiintiKerpoiomce isec.ii for obtaining a complete roster of all leading part in a soc.etvpla.s Ihidley v,e can , 1 TKE BEST NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES IN It is stated that THE MARKET. to be fixed for the cabinet. Kentuckians who followed the J.ost ti'iii.lii Ia Ink ia.wniUiinni'Mii- 11 imliiiilu it 1u11n1.1iL.LHOi.111a nt peoi.le w.llgo to sc.m but r iitiit'iikn iuin tn uu ... ;Jt .... ,t11...i'",t.f 1, with war record of each, and iiarnson has shown bv his selection of Cause, her out of curiosity and in that way the at' farlisle, for sTlling liquor j Splendid lint I'oi'kiM :md T.il.h Cm wy later facts of prominence iu his life. The John shirtinaker for a place in his cabi- - i.,72 h,H m"""' ""' meeting should be intended by every ,u.t that he intends to lew aid the ftiitli- - violation of the loci option law. -.- v mil nas oeen inironucisi m me ri...t.r..J.l,!,.iii mill vice iirej. dent ol Confederateabletogettoit. ful, the notorious voU buyer will no ,.... M..r '...tile ......Un, AND ,euire YJEKY BUST fo. of Atlanta. W.wl Virginia legislature TT , doubt be able to read his title clear to railroad companies to tianspoit, free of; caucus T the democratic mem- arc in iail for fraudulent practices. tub ' . heiij of the w est irgima i .. .:.i.f..... the object of Ins ambition, i)..:,.- , sainiiitrii Viuuv of Ninth Carolina. ''h'lrge, all State ollicers and iiicmbcrHof rv lwnys miMMiublt. ...id ,od.s '"by a two nominated Senator Kenna In common with everyone who knows who fr'1'- - This is about the kind of legisla thirds vote, but as one aliegeil democrat the lovable pair, we sincerely syinpa-thl- e one of his eyes removed this week. T. i. refused to take part and thiee. others reThe defalcation of .Moore, agent for " to be expected from such a body, with Mr. J. M. Hichanlnou, editor At Chicago the celebrated trial of' fuse to support the nominee, we fear of the Glasgow Times, and wife in the the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance .Mrs. Meekie llawson, for the attempted tlmt tho party will lose its chance and great misfortune that has befallen them: Co., lias grown ton million of dollars. republican in. It will take the Their little son, Jiinmie, was horribly let Dan Kowland, a hrakeman on the minder of I.aw.er Whitney, whom she Tote of every democrat to elect Kenna, and fatally burned Tuesday by his night ij. & C, fell between tJie ears at Le.sing-- shot in curt during divorce prcceedings while the detieetion of a wngle man clothes catc hinu lire. ton and had his head sesercd from his ; between hersttlf and H.inkei Itawson, I'NDISRTAKISK, some months ago, icsulted in her ne- will give the prize to (.oil. body. ,. . . iiiii City Judge Thompson continues . petition 01 i.,uiiociiieiih.H iiiittal. Thk Cincinnati ConimeiciaMiactte this sort of thing l.ouisillc will soon be against tlie admisasion of that Icintory -- The in.igniliceiit lesiden. e of Jack fiV has been counting noses in Congress and given the cold shoulder by that misca-hi- e as a State has been presented to Con- Chiun, wliich cost tn build ami HI Senatois and limls that there are specimen of the genus homo the gress. Slo.OOO to furnish, situated near who proclaim their connec- tramp. Theie Dr. I'nderliill.oiicea noted and popuweie I'S befoie him Tues-- ' , f 3wQa.lilllv '1j I " burned MoiidiiN uiglit. Chum lCCri VTm. V "' JTlTwJj ' f p tion with the Southern Confederacy, day and -- ' of them are now doing fiom lar phxsiei.ui in Cincinnati, died this bought the place of James liiUtle()itli, while theie are othens who do not men- I'd to iiOdaxn' time in the woikhouse. week irom tho oU'cets of the cocaine now of Louisville, and had an liisiii.iuu tion the matter in theii recoids. This is habit. . of $IC,U0()oii the hou.se and 11.1100 on Tin: I'Vaiikforl Capital has cliaugcd Hy a ote of "ill) to .Mt. Merliiighas indeed a tenible state of atlairs in a ire. the fuiiiituic. country. The field marshal will nodouht its publication day to Tuesday iu older decided to give $:f,W)0 in money and Practical Jokers caught m.in and of the C. .t (.). remedy it when Harrison ascends the to get a promptei mail delivery. Col. laud to secure the location hunt; him to the lioistitigiojieof asieam throne. Johnson promises to devote every spate hops. the .Ninato bill in- - dm lick nt (Jovington and tinned mi House The .. Ovi.'it .100 presidential noinin.itions mt moment to it, which is assurance that he , .,...! ....... ..a". nunnem mm sail- steam. It was very fiiiniv iielicd till on creasing me pension ui ...I.!! tied up in the p.utisan Senate, which will make it the model paper. taking him down it was found that he ors who have lost both hands to $100 per ....... ..!. .It.. :..J... . will refuse to act upon them and theremis iiiiiniy iiijiiicii. rillmil lllght lie la s I'.MMi.rr mm. i.n woiiiu say. to mor-- month by give Harrison an eailier chance. The low is Arctomvs Monti dav. .ll otlier a coipse mul the two jokeis paced a 11 II I'lie tioublesotue car diiveis iu New spoils belong victors aiesa..!.cd that signs and piedictions haying failed, the Vo.k and ate .main on a st.ikit in jail go.nded by the awful thought of Has Oil exhibition at his place of business an INDESTRUOTABLF to tbein and they tue not going to wait eyes of the woild turn with confidence and riotous pioccediugs aie the ordei h.'ving the blood of a human being on Bnrinl fincWr. tlmf ,nanM,ao !, ,s four yetusto claim them. The failuieto to this gie.it and impoitant event. tu "" their hamls. of the dav. iict 011 the nominations is a mean ami lias decided to change The wiie cable that lui.i a i, KM) lntfenously constructed of terra cotta and wire cloth, so as toab- The senatii . .. I M'llli '1'iil.lliiiiL.iiii ,.1iiifiul itl.Kk Kiifil.n..l In -.. ,,.......,measly use of powei, however, that none i.m , i. the uthMtfAiinWier," .. as applieda.to rep- - pound. weight to the clock in the tower aomieiy prevent separation, uecay or penetration. Of course the make swearing a misdemeanor "'", '"'jiusenuitivosof tiiisgoveinment abroad, 0f the Paris Com but radical would be miiltv of. broke while be- - casket is handsomely trimmed both inside and out, 30 that the Couric.r-.Iou- i mil thinks this is h 'l','V.'!.'.l,','Kl,mM'l,,or'" He '" ","11"' the weiglit material it is constructed of is obscured from view. mU , in w,.r.d is always right Ci.kki-.v- i Mn. year when denioctais should be expect the tlnoilgh thiee (lo mm to the iiiillw.iv of or other Itndolf Francis lie would Hither hear a fuw simple ed to enact such legislation. caskets. wiys Clown 11 ince of Austria Hungary", was tin second llooi, wlieie the deputy jm. ballads propei ly sung than any opera Jim.o Ui.um., who alwajs had the found dead iu his bed at Meyeiling, near er, engaged iu winding the .lock, evor written. m had we and so had Prince, escaped a horrible dentil. The most everybody else if the iVmale sing-- j dead wood on the lending plaiv in llar-or- s Haidon, WediHtediij moini'ig. Tho ' third child of the Umpcror, was born damage to the hiiildrh).' and dock will would disrobe for the mi isimi us lisnn's cabinet 01 anything else he wants, the Itooli JCrrphtff, Short Jlautl, Tetrffnigihtho each oer rsoii. s is ilie.i.lv .mhuiiig Ins ' foi.igu policy." Vllgllst '. do tie "pel Tui mil " vimhiuiio " yiit iiijnrmutunt Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Am:iin careful investigation of the I Sumo.ui matter, Secretary Hayard 1 iro j imi.wwv fcrfo " -- Wolf-horo- T r. tTIEWIElLIE:. U l"&k&) vj I j ' . -- 1 . . . ...iiWMHu...umru,.,.l,l,1IioriM( ! (.n p"tp.' - ! I li , , 1 ...., ,"" I "' "' ..'.". v lit-- C i irrw ! I I i iiro'-eedJ ..... s iiieH-airub- l- ,. .' GEO. D. WEAREN, Mangr' Carriages, Surreys. Phaetons Road SpcctUa; Carts, ... t I. - indis-Kolub- le ....... il w. Buggies, i - Fu-o- Ix-w- s J oM,d. ' r Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Wagons, Log Wagons, Parn .liiM-an- l j ,,.,,.,. ., ed -' i ey i Harness, Wajcni Harness, lleapcrs, blowers, Drills, I'laulcrs, Kakcs, i ", , "". -- ,, ' , ... .., i , ,i ,!,. .. .i , , I -- - - i L'ii-ii- three-hande- d , -' 11. - wire-poiiile- nt i In-e- M . - ...... l .. . -- . . tln-m- . ,.-.-. l.-- New lot Queensware, New lot Glassware, New lot Tinware G-ood- s, i iy r. -- .- 1 1 ,,r-"n- ,, 1 a- -, a ,iu jvi-v-ij- ,.,.,' 1 1 i i a a a. , j. a. a a. f a a a a a ,. u ii.. ..i.i . f... :.. ..i l -. - . W .' New Canned New Molasses, New Candies, tilings cchoi! e - , - - -- ai - j llesh-pot- '"" i''. ii .";." ...;.. o ., ,,-- p-r- i lt u-i- e - T. R. WALTON STAlTFOHIa), KENTUCKY. I 1 , he n-- t MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS, f t y j Creb-inc- ut 1 j s-- uu-00- 0. TZZZ s V "" ..,, - Currants, Citron, Raisins, Figs, Conosntrft" ted Cooo&nut, Golatino, Corn Starch,, CIiooolatD, Extracts, Dried Ileef, Canned (oods Generally. 1 tr j , tl'--o- i.j! AlnJor,,.thH,K,, . .".,. Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, llomiuy, Maccaroni, Hlocks-of-Fiv- e - , ... ' J . m','; '; I ww,' MAKCII KLVIN. vt-clM.J- ' Walton. -- ' j 11 . 1 Bo Ko 1 Har-rodsbui- g, f?&m& THE WBAEM, " ... I j .1 pa.s-e- d a 1 1 ' ' j a'"c ...,. " ..-,.- ..- - 1 J. 1 a 11 -- mn-lowl- y RYANT & STRATTON Business College 11 11 l' 11 111 1 lin-iii- ii -- I LOUISVILLE, KY, a . -- "- - ... ' r ijtiTiiaiiiV- -- -. --' .', m.:u .. ', . ' i vj immmmtttmmmm$mmtmm0m P. Semi Weekly Interior Journal1 ; FitiMit fruits of owry kind always on Ksiiuut)i linml at Ziniincr'H. Mil. I'iNK lL(!iinu(l to lm Tin: executors will well the ptorerooin hi'lonlng to the Bauhiimti I'Mtatt', now U " ' l 1.' : MrcSSCCl l!i'v. Ir. .losouh Parker tiroiwos to KoiII'Il Tin: t'olil hiiiiii run tins muii'tiry down JUitbs, below I'd. l)tit it was of Hiieb short diinw have a service at which inok SicHihjj, "Sss S.CWAUTON, hum MnnuRor lutSi.i:. -- A No. lwcondlmnilpliuo-ltio- n and the water was ho Hush llmt iioinu will bo allowed. ISraekels, ton. For particulars un(iiire at tlio tosh i, 0f consequence was 'formed. We've Hew I'olliii;;, of Midilleburtr, will or-' I Etc. to have a iiiiilIiIiiu to make it next gnuitiii llaptlst eliurch at I'iiiurlllu .thoj Publlahotl Evory Tuouday nnd Friday deuce of Mrs. Smith Irwin on I.ojran 111) Sunday in this avenue. summer, if we net any ice to cool our mouth. AWTD B3CHSTDS I- Hew I. S. Mt Klroy. of Mt. .Sterling parched tongues. turnouts in drummers' Ki.xtT ?2 I'lIU YKAW.IN AIJVAN'CK I will buy Logs and Lumbor for shipmont. will preach at the i'rt'sbyterinn church! ... r.....i....j, !...!. ..., .1... I....ol s sunej'8, busies, etc., with genuine at .....nl n,, I.I. . . w. smuiny ,.t II v. . and 7 e. i. Opp. Depot. horses furnlshod on xhott nn-- I A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. -, ........ rnrN'hn no o paid $H BO tlt he clwrBtl.tu Kentucky M. mimo i hhh- . A ,(1ur mm ,!m ni rL.,.vhotl tico by 1. itruce. A..., will occur at I'ouW .ro.it Hnnrnlii too inU. for t,,,s , nsks ,,, lWes .; As admlnlstnitor of A. C. Tucker, tie Btoie. niiu (logins tu iu . . ami con K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. pondeuts to adtlress him till further noIcwv-efoi Mr. W. T. Tucker will mil at tlmiva all day. It is a uroNt tice at 'until tiorda, Fla. fniui of 1711 tmili buyeis toftive eiiotmoiisly in out- Ids public auction Hew (5. W. Ferryman has accepted TmiH la ilowUnJ ii jo l m r. turning lay. Don't misfilt. acies, situwtetl near Muywood. p Ml. the en of tho F.nptlht church at XeW- Vk TiiKonly aniwons'tructeil, unrepent-o- n port, of which Hev. It. I!. Mahouey Attuntio.v. I will (ipuu myatoU' L.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. and will take paxtornl lebel left in Lincoln county t next Momlay, Hie '.'sth. All custom-- ant, ors indebted to me will please cull ami is dead. Martin Hoss, one of tho most Maivh l.st. - Mootly is waking up the sinneis in MMI train Cuinc North .. .11 Jtpitj .settle. I need the money ami am bound original and picturesque men of his day, Is Receiving His Soul pin The house he pieuche.s j went henro Tuesday. A lilting tiibute San I'rancisco. BaiHtto truiii " Swth to have It. Kate Kuddcrar. iisrpm ' Notth .. in wus (1,000 and the other night when .it; am " to his memory by a friend appear elne- Uaral r'ttht Nook .. 6im he asked tlm-- u who Weie concerned South .tnpn Mu. I.. M. Lvsi.i left 'Ituwlny for Wm' uhin , thls'issuo. T litter train alo i airy patenter .. truck at Ciab Ondiaitl taking with him' about their souK to meet him iu the in- yesterday morning an order tpiiry room, fully 3,000 tried to pie.- - iu. Goods Warranted and a Perfect flt Guaranteed, Give him a Trial At Tilt het 1. al Ml.tH on tamlard tun. Solar hie string of rnoers as woll as live prom-- , Mb i obout Jt minui Unr Wng yonnKstoi3 belonging to Mr. S. II. to hoist the cohl wave signal wan rweiv l thedeath of her liusbandTalmage wrote to Ktiimii Abbott: "I)o not allow FauKhinau. He will reninin there till ' wi, with the prediction tliflt the MEANS BUSINESS. by this morii- - your co i row to hush vour marvelous nireri lieuin. truinimr and exercisint' attuv would fall -- 0 owr song. Ym will be i i , .: i i t.. i.i..i.i ....i n -- v ... "' power itll IllOrc effect t1(1I1 ,1V(I, able to i...i. .. i. W'tciii -- ;.! Jwelry rrjinirrd ami .i lfo.(1 .i nmv.. i....n .. n.....mr.,-.WHrnintcxI. A. It. Penny. ji h inmip " ; dealer my itoo to i nee. e en thousih it run wan mum ami we now prove oy unie Willi no be a ero-- that iaietb me.' " I.aiimkth' (ianliii vciil, 'iifw the staktts his )ioim.k wiu the good ban- - the jilenaant atmonil)irc. Jtwt rwelvtd itt .Mfltwbfrte & Ftoijep's. tiler of racers he is. FoWltKK (iHKIT ('I.IIUIAXI-AllTtiN Tat: bet plme to btiv tlnips, imtfilt xkw it futikmi:nts. BttedidiM-- s and toilrt ttrticles is nt A. It. Kit our uwiergriMind viirea eoiues Sii.h Which iHrgan on .Satuitlny will 0 the news lluUwurinost fsfihiouablc young, continue all week uiul on Monday, tb, Huv your Ixxtks, ink, lablcte, Indies urt.' (tgitflUiiu the iiitio:i of dip- - court day. Thie in pmlmbly tlio gieat-IMK3I FOR SALE! nK?r, penrila ami m'IkmjI suppltps of all iiiU in ojem style to utteml the Ihunm-- , tut sacritits of gowls that lins ever Jcintls from A ".. Fenny. l rian stanfonl. re, itimlcil and rati iil' CK- Yi a account is iead and I need the .ft ijiiiiiiiyjy Quartette enterUtinnicnt- curred iu ...(,.- . - Manyi varticles . On hardA ink. uc.ir Walnut the Si infiiril rnrtii tular . Mm tor A. .i lii.i.v "v ..ul.i iivm. t.... runtime, ilean- .1... ..., . ntiii.i i money. J inum " urn. 'lion't think this inciii nit' It 1IW VlHKs. Jdr.rf is Crab Orchard, K. iittciidtil (ni wiiiif oik els'. . It. int! oil' the irrepressible "ninbrella lwk- - cents On the dollar. The Ft MIIV. lng" liat, even If it were to be aubatitu- -' erowdml, mainly with ladies, each aftei-- ! . .. m w w bwwm. 1F1II1 ll" nil Lilt" iu i. l null liaili. lliniii mil .1 irci irvi iniii nv ..i..... PERSONAL POIMTS. better and we Iiji the Imlies u ill do as groat carjat auction will occur on Thnrs- .! ('. Itaxu went to 1inUville our uiulvrgromul spcelal says Uere is a ' dy, Slst, every piece in the house to n A tiOOH I'AKM.oncor wore yearn Contain Wodnwsdfly. A gnod iJ prabaMlfty of their doing. into the Mtle. This salo is like Huding 14V, of two good blu.ftraa laM.al(u.clUr ney Haying secjured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical WatchhouM a and rwai andfiif kitcba; -Jrimo J. V. Amorx went tu laouis-fiU-v money in'the street to buyeis. Cheap I'or further inaioalnrltn, 10 ,"rat 1) KTS If 11. maker with-manyears' experience, all work done with neatness In i: prwtit absorbing tiieino of the formation write ..- atantfty. Near 'l'itcMcraille. Young America is Utctetia Itaer, daugh- - Kit- I.t iAiir.--.Mrantf af- dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the and Caw.Kiiitii Inwix ami wlS n in Lowfcwrlllo this witik. pumsing the gntfthk- dewriUon the ter of tlie late John llewes, was trteI eye. Mm. Fji llnwLixia, Uie prinre of drum-mt- , nve of tlw nolwl one at liefoie Jtnlge Vnrnon ami n jury our boy, who tacklo moat day mimI tleclarwl inaane. Fp to ome wim In C'Jwm tbb wek. ewrj-thinthai comen along, held a ae- - ii years auo Mrs. Haer, we are told, Ml. J. F. IUilkv is spemllng a few ervt meeting to teat their own ability at KresRsl a very bright mind, but n with trlemls at naton ville. it. Whether it taks a peraon without a fall, which caused lier to mvivo a vry MlL J. A. IIliu... of ttiehmond. JFp bleared with a gootl one to severe tmke on the back, of her liaad ' ,,r here U aev bis uncle Mr J M Mrltnli. rvtd amitlier'n miiul. we 1 not know, ha caused In r to lie subjoct to ra villi; rta, Mr. Ml. L U. (iivkva, niH eiMMNI in Uie ' 'Mli 4,,'h,'l ,'m weareuiv thatauum- - uells. She wan iu tlie asylum . twR-the btiaintsH could be while ahe lived iu Ohio, but each time, Uwr bnatnesaHt llarrouWiunt was here ' ,H,r ' gathered from the awemuly wUoiemwt- - after a few months' conflmtmeiit Am re to be tie 'H,"',! 'ways held with loekwl 1mi. gained her senses in-' Miaa l.i i IKxikkm, who haaJreett by charged. She will lie.takeu to the asy itiny the Miaaes Moek. has etiirne io Slant' d may yet distingitinh ending out a the tike nf lum at licxiuglou. her home at Crab " U'tore st.(.n. width the wurkl Mis M we. ik MrltoiKMTP, of Danville. MATTERS. MATRIMONIAL . ts 4ttemlim; the bmlaide of her New Fiiim. Meaara. F. L Thoiii)sou - W. II Ynik. 01 Indiana, ami Miss Mr. Jehu M. McHobarta, Sr. and . J. Fish, of Mt, N'ernou. have pur--1 r of Minnie II. Itaugh, Tut eititor was down town, yesterday clifl:til ol Mr. I). Klits, htssUH-- of CD H rat lime in 41 tlsyi., but L atnouuting toalnrnt $It.oo), and will in llemlerMin lUugh, weie nmirieil at Mr. he (r t lie I!augh's Inst nibt. 'hi Hum trcingall right yet. all irub.ibUity open iu Mr. KkW ohl William Moure and Miss Alice Fayne I Mit Fow bbs and his lwndwMiie iu a couple of weeks. Jn tlie a obtained license ami were marriotl iie urnviii on tho K. ('. last night and meanlinu', however, they will visit at Mr. A. (.'. New land's near Waln. w taken looms at the Fortuian liouoe. ami other mountain towns to de130 Ih. ). Ii. MrltoMKinw, who has been cide whether they can do better at those nut Flat. The groom had just leached his mi) joiity, while the bride was just aa "iiitiiird to his room for a mouth by places than to conic to this city. Wo are Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture llness. w, we ate vlad to sax, well enough iu hopes that a glance at that portion of Is. Iti.Oniiruiil ld'i'isliT eontains an and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods Tin. in be out. the country will be at once convincing f Miss can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conMis-l- b Himomk, who has been that Manford is the place forthcin. 1 hey niWUIlt o( lhl. Iliarrillp. .,.. ..i..-- ,. tin.ee mi: . ,. llo . flf vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. isJting relatives liuie for the last two are both good men and we should be .11111 IUII, nonths, left yesterday for hur home at glad to havo ;hem mko the placu of that is well known here, to Mr. Allen Yolton of the same city, sewral tlaysao. Here's Independence, Mo. r. cunor KiniiuniHi. n.iu me.c nam, ., ., u nlMnf tu. .... John A. McHoamns arrived Wednes- KIiiks, who determined to lcae ,mii ,.f lnl:. HIV, 1UI1K " day night to hoc his uncle, Mr. John M. us. ncss. Mcltobcrts, Sr., who at last accounts Wmt k soriety people have been "at heriirj. II. Fearl, of Laurel, anil t'Hterday was thought ufnx a little bet- (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) home" to their trends for the past few Mii-- Cora Figg, daughter of a piotni-nen- t War. KAVOlttlE UNKllKTWr.KN' THE NOR H AND SOUTH farmer of Madison county, were (j Mils. tiro. I). Iliisiinr and children, weeks, it lias evidently crept into the of the "trump" printer that we married iu Jellersonville Tuesday. The LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. l Liucastvi, asetil through here yew- mind are "at home" to them, llardlv a day Courier-Journ- al says: "For some reaIN 7$ j HOURS. erday en mute to Oimino, to join her liusbaud. Tin' were accompunled this has passed for that length of time, but son the parents objected to Mr. Fearl's Through Oars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. hand, although what we have been called upon by one suit for their f.irby Mr.. I. W. Miller. of that class of individuals and on Tues- the gentleman is highly esteemed by THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. Mil. .1. So: Owi.:, Jii., left je.itordaj Figg had a sisfur Fort Worth, Texas, where he will day two honorediV our sanctum. It is his ent'ue section. Miss TltKTKXASSIIOItT LINK. make his home and practice bis profess- hard to turn u cold shoulder to the ter, Mt. Faridcy, lesiding at Iondon, of the joor creatures ami it and was on a isil to her when the elopeion, law. We heartily commend him to pleadings CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. under- the good pcdple of that place, who will is bankrupting to give to them all, henct ' ment oceuricd. There was an Fearl we stand between the devil and lire, standing, ami Monday night Mr. do the gainers of this splendid young J4ICA.13 TJ3?. KKAD DOWN. .Messrs. ueiitlemnn. whom we teluitantly give (printer and bankruptcy) a dilemma mid Miss Figg, accompanied ly "TRAINS NORTH, "iRAiXS hOlPfil width in the future we shall keep clear Charles M. Hamlall and T. Moien and No 6. No. 1, No. 4, No. 8 No. 3. Wo. 3. STATIONS. No. a. Dally. of by turning the door key as noon as we Miss Dora F.trsley, hoarded the midDaily Daily Kx, Sun. Dail) D.uly. Dally. t).ly CITY AND VICINITY. hear there is a man in town hunting the night train and came to this city. Ar(.uicinnntt ... .A rv &40 a m 641 pmoij a in 600 )' 8 17 a m 4 03 jimi Soopm, 7 35 a m.L c ..., 830am i 2 ijaml m ollice. paity crossed the river printing Villi.imtovn.Ive 5 riving here the 9ilain'i J47Pm 93SPnM 4 10 a m Georgetown FurKhs pounds nice sugar for tl. '714am 308pm 1039am 7 01 pm 1037 pml pm1 700am 2 40 and tlie ceremony was soon performed. .l,exinj;ton 3 48 ami 4 13 it jap m 7 35 pm 03 pm 10 ;; a ml K MyeiH. Tub auction of rt. L. Fow era A Co. is They then returned to Alexander's Ho440pm 8 10 pm 7 loam l.v. I.ou., l.uu. s K K. .r 030am 710pm 940am " l.v 300am 330pm htill a joy forever to the ladies whocrowd 8 37 pm m 10 jon m'Ar. llursm" . ... 48a 3oral tel, where tliev will icinain several of I'tlca linn just Fkixii Unrein...... .Arr a 50 a ni 317pm 5 43 a m, J7 p 1132 pm 8 45 rm IJ oj a m 11 17 a in I,e the stoie during the afternoon sales. It d 59 p m 13 16 a m JjSam Dinville Mr. Fearl Ls an excellent and days." 330.1m iiopm U5opm t ted at Metcalf t' 1'oster's, is rather amusing to see them bid and if pin 43 i.im' a 33 a ni 530.1 m1III ou a Junction City ij pni' 910 pm 11 "30aa m 00 p m gentleman nud his bride is said a m m ni in j 05 m' 05 Vmcret i; n m ., 3 orj p ni something Ls offered that two or moie popular aWHB ami see tlie ladles' tJ.ikil.ile . 7 35 a m 9 30 p m ti 3511 4 15 a in is pretty and acOSopmi, tio jJSam 0 p in to bo as lovable as she 4 00 a in 40 Arv l hatt.mooi;.t .l.'ve 0 10 pm 7 55 a m 35 a m oiio pin are anxious for, they set their mouths to complished. : Son's. at .Ar'v J 43 p in 7 35 aim. 7 00 p m I. o...Cli.ttlinooj;a. 9 10 a working and then the fun begins. It is Alt.ill.i. . 45 l m 4 47 a m ., loop 0 49 p in I. t' pm 43 p 3 45 p it.. liirminRliam .. ..I.. 8 15 a m 300 pin Tins is positively the hint week I can said that a ccitaiu married lady was DOINGS. DEATH 01 nicnloo.a 41 mj. o 15 pin 30a m .Mcniliin ..l.'tc' tj a in iooop nil. let my customers run. I must have foicetl by those near her to stop bidding 4ja" Arv New 15 put Mr. Ilemy ...l.'ve' 9 00 p m 3 35 p ni . Drlean. 6 3it in 00.1 Ar' The Advocate says that money o please conic in and settle w itli on an article of which she was the sole Meridian., .. 9 4opmi. in l.'ve. .. ,Ar' 5 to W. Yerkes, was J 0 top m . Ar'vi J.icU'.on. 000 m l.'xc avoid extra tumble ami expense. buyer. Her reason for mining it up Yeikcs, brother of John me and cop in l.'ve. Vii.l.sbiir)(, 50.1 run over b a train at Coal Creek, Tenn., ...... 1005 a in wp I. II'., 11. C. Kuplcy. lonoo was that she "teaied u coloicd woman 600 m H,lullj )lis arw, m,iiy lived, and .Mireveport ISP III iT who was not fai oil' would bid against, wlim. ,: l.,,.j..i ull'mmr tin. Iiiwle., f possession " 'Iiik (ivpsies will take Mann l(uloir llulTet Sleepinn Car on .ill tr.nn her and that she had rather li.ve tlie bal IIUU wiiuu'i in.--' r. " iu a few hours. D (i l)WUI)S, C.enlKrt. ,V - Agt tlie Ojicra House Tuesday night and gie living from the ell'ecls JOHN C.C.AU1.T, Cener.il Manager. ance of her life in the than t.U INI AN', ficli. ViUirtiMfli. kt R. CAKHOI.I.. (Jeneral Superintendent 'he music if the'r own sunn) laml. It be outdone by a tlai key." It is Our sinccic iinilolcmc is extended the tlie next (JeneraU'Hices, St. l'.iul lluildini:, WeM Fourth Street, tiiniimili Ohio. - . ...I .111 ......j in llmir ti.rillilii ln. . ..... will pay you to hear them andtoseel'un. ' ir. .11. lll'I I'll wo- llllii I" mi iiiijiussiiuiiiy ill SHI)) n ilolut Thomas. man when a uiiud to do a .ir, Scott liloie, one ol the most S. O. DAVIS, FUSL1C SALE or A valuasls vk tented tho grist mill near the thing. ttive and successful of Louisville's busiPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Woolen Mills and will be glad stanfonl - nifii, lit.l Wednesday. looks like we aie again to havo a A Flench doctor at Mw 01 leans nip' to set ve my" friends who wish custom woolen mill. Mr. Howell, a icdilent .if! MT. VlflnXOX.KV. My days for custom Kansas, who bought the old gi intling done. and murdered it gill and thun saved Stanford ed Hl.iiifur.l, Ky, Ollice next door to Whitehead'! Drui: Store. On gnnding are Tuesdays, Thursdays ami Woolen Mills some time ago, wiites to a his neck from the gallows by hanging 2, 1889, Special attention Kiven to dieaet of children himself. Saturdays. !. H. Higgins. . . fiieml that he will be heio iu the spiiug o riaiiT. Four men engaged in sm face mining t'piin (ltd premi.r of Andrew C 'I uilar.'dci'd, we Mill, the lieir nf naid iloitdint, vll at Tiik Kanya tie.a lliingaiian (iypsy and decide whether he will use the site are said to have found StO.DOD woith of public .an tinu tu tin- hiiiheit bidder In. Dl SIKMII I Kanya Coza are Hue musicians, and then to erect a huge mill or build several nice the sttill' during the present winter iu (Juartetto dwelling houses. Hither will heh the music is unique ami impressive. Wayne county, W. Va. ',';';' Farm of About 179 Acros appearance us well as be bcnellcial to' House in Stanford For Sale, Business lleialtl. They will be at Walton's l'.itiick lhvan, father of I.t. iov. Stanford's business inteiests and we ex- .II...I ni X'n.livillii. iiL'i'd 70. IIt (Ipera House next Tuesday night. Lovtlf 'mi' lllue Iran Land, KtIM 111 i'lslll tiinil tu liim n lit'inty ut'lt'oiiie to Ihtoiiio jivJ.(i n notitimii foiinty, ami- - was tin ti Situ.iird immediately upon (lie Stanford and II of music should be nut in full foice. ers taiilitun nirnpikii, inilvi. friMn S(aufrd luj olio n h Snlui.ta 'I I'riiu Itr riill) the l.eilillliu w. tiMiilli mile i Mavwoud Station, iui the Knawille oni' til us. With a feu' inou'witlo-awtikt eLiitiiri. of John liii;hin.in, vixit tu his stm, Scniittir Jtiyiin. llu len.liiu'- - llmi;.iri.ii II tl and imiurlv ill .il'lcr for pulill wle llruiiLli ol the I. A S. It K I.mulB citunt) luiriliU'hS ini'ii wo woulil in a nhoit tinu" Tii'huliii hiw tumloit'tlhis Court of I'nnctf M.rti.iy Till Musicaleat the College The Urm n. well femel, baa uhmi it a u'nmitl t.. mkf tin- pioMtloncy of tlio to be a deligbtliil enteitain-incut- . havo evi'i'v imltihtrv io)U'Soiitisl,ainl .. an promises ulur lini.t Monday, lie 4II1. iSHtj duvllln:, jiid Acllut barn, and iln ,i u iaMv llerr Kanya liea ainnui (lypay OIK, hilt MIMtV ( O.. Ol Al'W I'h. liuldliiK in alliull .laic of uiul Cninpo.ur The performance will lie nudt r HliliM i.iakum Hum. lu.tl.-- h.i.s.iu,..int J ". i 'I I., title la let hiitiple wuii iiuril t u will not a....tit. .Mile Malta laiiKl haACbomplmlied 1'iaiitota the l.ni k liiiildint. on Main at l (unit) niurt da, made to tru.' puritiuker. wn .mhii Calla sololt. ktnr fi tiner I) o.cupiHl ly A K. 1'eiin) a a dm llrr Ali' Caillac 'I'tic I'uuiuu (via Sulmit tie management and will be iHsistod by iiiiititliatdUiiiiMlHin to iuvit heio, Tox., a yotin .vt WnlmiH-priiipl stunt as thf tl n.1 p.lt uicnt U mo jja'lln- 'I aliiitml alc a Ultra tttanu bctwran i mid 3 u'.lm k u ni Iluii r" that cllicient musician, Miss Dolliu Wil- whifh uuiild iiet'titMirily iMiliiuico iioji- - m,tiiiil fimjiU woiv loiuuliltiatl in htttl, Mr Joint Thnitita Kiiiu f imficui llumcr- - The li'rw" Him Ii ill i'i.Ii, lnl third cah, balaii.e iu 14 month. ieriu llnr lit artn iiiu c.it il 1111 wall rat.urad lularo.t from lue of . liams, w hich is alt assiiiniice thill it will orty, mnkiiiu tin liiililoi'KHiw tit'li with- - mul it i mipjiommI Unit tlio huslmml tt K,v.ti-- i - .1 ,1. .,1 Mild1 H.nI M ll in irm '' iil.l nut Ii ' IIXLOHMAN, '.!,.,( K . J 11 ill. x, ItxwHti'ra out iiiinit.iit iitfithi-- ui..iif or lahm Kilh-'- hin W .m-- tht-i- hiuisfll. i,J In a musical w.iI.l.p ),.w iiteiu-liin1 Stanford. IvY., Kkiwimhy 1, 18H!)'SniiliT. Itorkwistlo )., ..ii.i.i founty. ami Austin nl(nv' .I..it..,.r nt .in.-ti.it- i Mnii- - -- . the Jiaptist nnil hIkM. n. ... "I""... n, .immmmuu t thuuhni-x- Pmirn i Sunday iiiorniiij: :,vimw a Jill uj 4 all- Tf.TTWtnismn?Jj X.J vj XIJSJUJ,! -l V V -- JA. vato. M aCY 4V UU - I U O A' and Flooring, Shingles, Lumber, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, mouldings, Scroll Work, rames, SASH, DOORS wt--'on- I .,,.., - I ...y-Uoou- s ,.- d, I 7 , Ho' (Uo BTQFMilY,. 1 1 j tl 1 rctl-ho- MERCHANTTAILOK FALL AND j . ll ! " . . j WINTER GOODS. j j IO-:!- 1 twuiM-r-th- e .. ..r-,...- n. ..,......... iiiuh-jukjiih dt-'ic- oti W PLEASE OBSERVE ... " M'ROBERTSSTAGG 1 -- ; 1 mi-m- ,iy .!.. -- A FU1L.1L AsSiMiril'MOIIlNT store-roo- m ""n - i i C warn WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. y .' 1 1. L" miml-readiu- g s. ti - , Ckxiriei-Jmru- ywter-IxMiwvitl- e, g 4ri 1 1 L rEW FURNITURE STORE! ' '' r cVK M'CTWMA.v, IMOFo i l,rtt aullb-ientl- On-har- uiini-reate- r, ha-nev- er nnt-le- 2. I I gmnd-buii:hte- k . Q. stuiv-rooi- ii yos-terda- y I'eat-tyvill- e j ,,..., ,,,.. -- 1 c o 0 . Ms-m- s - ... u o N O QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE1 s - data-bier'- s I 3 o o 30 o o 3 cr e o o O 1 I ' car-loa- d ready-mad- e 3 n 3 0 111 11 111 . 11 1 111 1 11 .1 1 I 1 1 1 111 111 111 1 11 111 11 1 1 1 11 11 4 11 4 111 -- 1 00 .1 . M. .1 . . 11 111 4 j ... ..,i,f .- ..... 1 1 pooi-hotis- e 1 ! 111 slu-take- s o o to 3" 111 . . .1 1 !- I 11 mi -- Walton's Opera House, IM'I-'.SDjV- . FWMo Saturday, Feb. H - 77-'- f. Huston mwtii 1 1 11 I I I I I t' det-- 11 .11 , j I 1111 111 . ivM-itati- on - I I I Feb. r i L."l"u-ii- , , J. - V . all-- . 1II111. 1 , tn-n- t i l l i ii- 11 11 I I I lllkl' .?. A fit ' , ' '1 ' . .. t n-- ."u-,- v I." ' tr, -'"-'- W'- t-- i fian1 J ifi . t ji- - n- ..-..- .. ... - ' """ J Vi Tr" - n. vluv Sf i a Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal DEATH OF MARTIN ROSS, One of The Most Remarkable Men That er Lived in The County. At I i m. January ISUli, 1S8.I, Ev- And She Was Left. i'Tlnsu tins is "vour llnal answer, Mks THAT FIGHT fry li M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Hst'd Court difxats thf, u-,- s II.Zelllii.I'rop'rA.Q.SiinmontLlT.J. "f Ku'ator, Ksfd by Zeilln t86. M A. S. L. M. has for 47 ear cured Indigestion, Hilioisness. viarxrsiA.MCK JICADACIIK.LOST AliaWll aa c? i.,,imt.s,rl-- STOMACH, UTC. ReV. T II. ItP.imt PiilnaM V Church, Adami,rnn., write: "I uiuiia. snouiu nave Dcen dead but lor your Genuine Al. A. Sim.' mons Liver .Mcilicine. I have sometime had to substitute 7a.ilinH !,.((' (..a. ...... WUflrj clnei ,,ul " dn't answer the . The Original Wins. s'- Prop'r tll "! I a nark .lira, nt mnari... Medicine, and have used half of it It works like a charm. I want no better I.lter ltegulator and cera tainly no more oi Zcllin'a mixture. fu r'U3Ctn. Dr. J. Graves, Editor Ttu liaftiit, Alemphis, Tenn. says: PCelved I W?i3k'- WSSKSm ojfililii lirnl J. T. STJTTOIT 2i HUSTONVILLE, KY. 64-t- 0m$ sir - -- T3' r "' ft 'j ' CO., f Arc still in the 1. nonets and r. .i.ly I., d. any- thing in the 1'iulcrtal.liiK Iiiip We hate a full Robes slock of Cases and Caskets of all kind-nn- d jiiriicire. whuh is nearly of every iiecnption n snort notice ncw enn be obtained nr 1. 11 Grten li.ii charge ot ur liusiiies .inl will show our soods to an one ncedmi; .nothing in orir r line AIITT 1.T.P Q T T? SKWJ MLIjIj rUlXOAljlJJ Vlwo x.iuul I J j nml stock. 1 1 A. I do.ire to leave Kentucky I will sell atVrcat Mcitnce a saw mill complete with .10 horc Uikrs and sohore ciilne, 1 saw worku, ox In; wag. nn 3 wacons. burkboanl, 1 prilir wa;-en unu narnrsi 1 vjki--; 01 came, 3 iniiie-- ., 1 nnre, crisi mill complete, anu my i.irm 01 :mi acres of krx h hind well timnered. Will-.vprivatelv. 1 ll ;" ' m tf Maywood, Ky. NEWCOMB T us HOTEL. j MT. VERNON, KY. ... Id and ...well-kno- - ....: M. rl I Hotel is still manitalu . . fctubbles?" l I kit-puhand a No quality of Jcllico. Lily' "My llnal answer." tho and Nm C0.1l In my yanl. I.eae your orders at Barsaparllla, nntl be miro jou RPt It, "othinjtenn move you?" S MM'tV store ami thov HI Lv attend . YnrUorS. "worn-ou- t r f fetters" that Iieltl the spirit of when yon want the bost ed toptompily. J. It. llir.C.INS. m "Xotlilnir." With Its fmiy 03 Diarioru, r Martin Hoss were broken antt the soul y?Jv 7-I - tt tltlitYflttlttlHil Kill'. I 1 lonely one' '"Then my life will be a rr v.. " took ita .light to the God who made It. cess In the cure of J nntl my fate a harsh one, for my uncle COMPANY Martin Itoss was born April 1", 1S17, 11ml Ilium! Dlirnu's, yi 'ti HOUSE, with whom 1 lived has just died and left o can mako no n us raised in Atlnircounty, Ky. When 17 me LIUERTV, KY., In proft-rrinyears of age he moved to Arkansas and Ayer'.-- i "Just died?" . remained 14 years, then returned to F. W. WARRINNER, PROP'R. "Yes, and left me- -" lived in Lincoln rotinty Kentueky and "That fact somewhat niters-- , the cae, I hate IcuKedthe .iImi Hotel un.l .mend run-- ! most o.f tho time, about -- - years. On to any other. Tho mm; it in firt Henry. I cannot be harsh to one who nu'cri i irti. "larH Vt in the Uh of June, 1S."0, Mr. Hoss mairied inl attMi iun t .ummer Ml men moil-cof sustained such recent bereavement. If Mooil iniMtlt'liios, Miss MeClu.o, sister of Mr. Chris. I ( I could believe that you tire sincere--- " Ayer's S;irstiporllli who blessed his life with thtee F'l) C. A. BENEDICT & CO., "Hncero! Oh, .Miss StHbblea!" Instill thf iiiuot o- living children, who nte now 1 "You have cei tainly made an impies-sio- n LEXINGTOM.KY. u 1 he deceaseu Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, married and prosperoiM. H tlmn all or iwi i so on my heart. Oivo me time to and so oiIkm-was born a Jell't rsonian democrat loinlilntxl. STANIOKP, KY j think of it." lived nil his life. Durii.fr tho la "Aj.rt S.rnpflrtlla s selline fa.to "How loin:?" hoilinto than over bpfon-- . I r campaign he made several jirnnd WXIt drilled I'i "tdvr and I'urnp. tunn.Upd at W. Wliitmnn, "After all, why think of It? Henry, I j risHiuniieud faiiary pruo. 0 speeches in behalf of (trover Cleveland am vours." Albany, lii.l. Drosist, i the democand Allen'G. Thurnian-an" I nm safo In tlmt my wile of Old Genevieve!" of Ayor's SannnnrlllA far cxwl racy, but since the election "lias never niiy othor, ntnl It Imw tlunoatrli witUfno. well day. Mr. l.oss' neijjhbora Iowa. Hon." L. II. ltni.li, "Do not stpieez mo so baitl, Henry LONDON, KHN'TUOKY. testifv with much force that he lived tin Your poor uncle: Was ho lng ill?" nml AynrV PIIU " Avor's in my LOUISVILL13. KENTUCKY. are tho ticnt soiling mell-liit-industrious, active, economical and CAPT. FRANK 0. RILEY, PROPRIETOR "Tlueedavs." item.. T ..an riii'iiiiniifllil tliplll I'iiiim in- life, ever ready to help those in I'liartnni-Ut- , lllcklmiu, "It is too bad! You say he has left t.misly."-- C. Thorou(hly Kfu i.ated an I kitriihrd. fir." ItUSOIIIIIII, 111. trouble; that no poor person ever left his you Kr.nnahlr I'n. r.. IJjy ni oi(rt THE LARGEST AND FINEST class Pare and tty " Wc havo olil Ayor's fiarsapartlla Polits I'orur.oi thi. 1'epuUr house unfavored, when it was in his rants are met ".Yes, he has left me." lmro fur ovor thirty yrtir-- i anil nlwati ll"ii lor-tHOTEL IN THE CITY. power to render help. He owed no man to luiitio tho riH'oiiitnunil It wIihii "How much?" V. T. .Mrl.eun, bltKMl.purlflnr." n cent; hail a competency; loft his propmuch? I said htj left me. lie "How Drtip;l.-it- , Atitttta. Ohio. erty to his wife during her life then to had nothiuK else to leave. 1 am alone 1 have nolil your niotltrliipi for tho RATES $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD- konp his children. hut tiuviMiti'uti yuan, ami nlu-uy- i in the wocld now, homeless, penniless, 1i tut stork, a, they are slaploi, INC TO ROOMS. y Mr. I Joss lived a- - he believed, vik that but with you bymyside iniciou, she's 'Thero in nothtitt: so cmul for tho youth, Is . of fainted!" -- N'ew' York Pun. an "honest nam was the noblest work fill MikhC nn Ayr s Sursujmrllla." (f UOVKVI.I' DtwAlBtiriCMCACORtiL Wis. It. I.. Pnrknr, Vox "UWO no man nil) liiui:, u.mii.1, TUrtKlill.V RUSMVN BATHS l lion... 1"1- "Ayer'-- i Sursaparllla plviw tho boit The Songs My Mother Sung. tn lov-i- - tli- - Iu 'M'"01 ,lH tllVSolf'." "tho '" ' antiftfai'tlmi of im niflirlnu I havo la I hear ihe ong they imc I it, or, at the Moolc. von have all the christian virtues, yitu- A sweet Hut novcrom-presi-ribit over ths Dortori snv, out charity yort are n. sounding- - brass A- - thixc my mother av: to M uttiitr.' It nevt--Ir faiN to meet the ... I III j and tinkling cymbals." lie wasan hon rwiuimiPiiil it, rvrn W'liemitiinjj at htr fivt fur which Iiami wlicro tho ilfK'tors' Mj thoushts KOhack iocIuMIkkmI jsr- est man. an independent thinker, fear LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI of no uatl." C. 1. Calhoun, When hope and I wtic vtMaHtt lesslv and tenaciously held to his views Motmiouth, Kaiiiiis. Ami nf old I hear in & , Iailr, So ure. to lr.rUr LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE lllltii honestly convinced of his error.' Thoiuiiigs my mother ub. thoujili, as other men, bejiad his 'faults RAILROAD. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE At iMilislit'i. ho ir I ofioH dream and peculiarities, and was lilillflfttl ofllN I am a child once wore ; iit Sr .tfjl ricrtntiiMM eaftoeco in real (Jc.tf, !U1 HI;,. I I,.trv ClltV. W Ottld . . k thi- hnu.e where I was hm, I ciliouo the Ohss Kir 4 CtMCati-- 'mmr. Dr. J. C. Aycr A. Co., Lowell, Mass. sml hsu I the faxUat tin sad at...i nitnrorihJ irn, !,. flljllt tllllll be I'lesltlellt. the open dmw ia "mther be THROUGH TRUNK LINE. Iween all points m iht Swstth. or tn the Ue.t .o' PtWorli ill bottlr. i Worth iboil. There mother rock. bid ttM boarth. Mr. ItosS JOIIU'd the Baptist clllicl at Sorihsl. The tviinirrpart iKi tram no " Her illlc oh asanna, I rook Iiae. i tw ll.r 1nossliied I hr limited r ;.t.. Crab Orchard, Ky., in 1S71, and has hv- 1 he tvperO rotliat; nd life CMats its Mire to hoar imi.l.i, .:'r. pall. I'aliraitcd tnotfurt life. Several oil u consistent christian '1 he ! ouk my toother taax UC'Al all (.owpno Tulrt illi,r. in lti V.m hi.foiv Ids death he called to him mtii-ou will And our lime utli. u iirkris Sj M Oh, Ions the grass has nts above . . .. . : -- Wut Mne sod In I. Mwil. it y.iu a Ou, bis wile anil tohl Her ot some credits one Thiit lot in; mother's face. to t pncl PUnn, utlsa niMtey and imsaralisrl) new. r.ita.ii j ,,tvt. K - o. MluKMIl Hut till in faithful kearu h k some of the poor people near him, that ao.i.1 litis. Pmmo. Wtcr- - A W.h tp'v or itr. 7J I tie ne) (nsait. lafk-l.cofial pi..c..r- Hrni ChK.f l .ur. t Iter old, her dear old plata he had no memorandum, "but do them l Ctljf TKkl l s PA ION. ool I. 4. rUittxM, u- - th I Souther soturs can be on sweat r i.,.IU. ky Death bad no tenois for him.. i ,n k. A T..HIMI, it An thoe we liesrd when yoenc, l lonali l, Louisville 1 4 blooil-puritl- Ask For Ayer's Attention, Coal Burn era. VSHHHpSOOSa, M .mmw ws m m Ml f nn-tak- THE NAPIER lailr ; ' .Mc-Ciu- MM ' Sarsaparilla CREAM fore-nmn- j it0 4 (?t I I m-i- nj-li- th. jTMK GALT ICOUSK, i JACKSON HOUSE. hon-orab- le 1 f. I..-,- ,! 1 m m I 'I o r-- lx-i- JU t& No 1 XKW FAS'I" .MAIL -- Ayer's Sarsaparilla, - n. 1 s ... .... FOIt SALE 111 p -. 1 SOUTH & WEST j C f lr k. , I- t jl lll'i -- I - r- i ' If. I rtf. - N To Nashville, the allotted time, NEWcuMii, prop, Memphis, Jtt Vernon. Ky. that he trusted u ood (.oil and a God SWKKT ClOKIl A I.I. NIK Yi..i..Mr. I'.l- of loe; wanted no funeral nor display Atlanta, 1 I.. ..II t.. su I.. . I!.. I ..ll FnlCtsssxa. over his remain.".." The poor of Montgomery, 11 1.1. PP. 1 'A CfSV JLr tf?"r UCDDIi neieliborlioocl vWted him dailv, assisted 'It Little Rock, iturn'i be w " 'xlH'rmont. n few yetirs .iVu had a in niiminjr ami hoped that he New Orleans. '. - ... Ch.n ...... . r , US feet deep and Mobile and in d.ameVItCAM s t l .,, ft ft,w lllu,.e VW puMih, r f s. rilit,. . Mk,mm ,,,xhu Iift- - Ma. c.stern ,UV mk it ih m.iat . iljr sn.l mi. in...i(- - j.t toioimhly. making a c.s- ,;'. Kin alt, while al all Iini.". rfljis preparation without v wt.lv the tears thev shed over their' u'r' r . ma; 11. In,li Newport News & Mis3. Valley Co. ar n. r2 Am ihiia.lei j..'t- - i.e.. milti. hs r. . ...,.,. . ..,, icrii which iiim.i several hundred lur- - Jllllllt lit I ,1 .. jv,iu--ao.VTI IMMi drawn i' 11 duniiE tin pa .1 iv m.nth. I.. ii,-xjinlli I ..n III Oill) one ch..ne, t'.ptrUin it- nn lu.pn in ili.nlli ". IS. I If IIILI1 .lrr.llllil II inillll irtHII m.jl,i 11 Kurd exrelleiMe o. t L - ouuuuiu tiuui 11..,. ..mV II.. ...... ..... pies , u..,s.-aUt.u- 0, "v . Kailiva) article, ami it .!. . i ms.hkI -"- ' 1 A fevr applications will render the "Like with a Tan. and an ,V, Livery, fxed and Sale Stable, A K K A N b Ab & L A Ab. illaslrallonswill ham hhu iuuiihI surrt.. I tidier be pulled the drapery of , , 'f ,U -i,.i most sttihl ral7 ml kinMft, Bmooth and ,i.s,,,uch around hi... and lay down " "' ,Bf:;,!"V "Mvr im rlli. ' tog l maU Srribiier's Mija.mr .trrat nr wtiitai TTtr.lo .n!nt A !Anw to . a a EMIGRANTS WA&Ua ... W.4&XA 19 IIUl .S llalllll. U. was full. This kef.t nice and sweet all .aaa.ta iatneliasc H he m'ale.trsl. (tl,l..aflllll. In fill. .11 povTiieriocoveraeecis initarenieilytociire Tlir. KAILItlJAU u .1,. ,,. ,, ,.,,.." the -venr. When lie wanted cidei he .eekmc homes on the line nf I hi. rood will recei.e tlnued b) anctll mi AklHII.S MriVioi; paoer; (ae ana ii is Hiipenor to an omer preparations,drugiu u chiimihu iuhh urv mm ......... ....n would work the pump. Serial rat-- . tially interotinchv K IWtmatter Cieiisial c.h an order for - nostin-.t- he isKUaranteedtoRiverathfactlon. At mve no victorv. ..'n, 1. arM asentsot tbl. CoiwHtBy for rl,;root lu.liated uo "The KaiUat Postal Srm.i- - ' li Jale A. or write It- he sikju pum,H.d it He keeps UnrmMled fori B0r..,.t Prepared b7 ,,0i(U. ,JiUHns shattered, the silver ,0,.(, C. I IMOUK i; I'. A T. A.. Mr UOIIl.kl I,IHIMMI..MIXN nrw l",l,rnn the year ami Ins cistern " I.oiiixille, Ky ol broken." The "spirit departed, with no run Inn. Mirithe lUIUotf e," Ihe greater of -tear. lUinn Notwnt.er MV:'U"ver:oes.iry.- -k union i.en.ocrai KcrSaitntMcKohert. .v unford. Ky but in a fairer dime will .? A LOKKISfONIll.M.I ,.J tolllwo r ..,..,. mjHH.crlpt Hieinrsi. In I I Xlillctand. N Hi:-- , nil: Max. A recent of the "',' modern group nf I 111; MM 1'AIM'KKS xillfur W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. nih teirral aniflrs lllutiratrtl xTKiiioit.Iocu.NAi. contained a very ur- issued March and Sept., Newport News ad Mississippi Valley b. end papers written la. t tistrhy Kobeit IOSDOS, K A drtiL'L'ist each year. It is an encr-- ' tiiIImiisi.kt . lluu-..,.........-......- Smtimn. ,.,.! ....... .....n ..o .,., , I.ouk Stetetimii will lr replaced liy eiiuallym ,.1U Vil elonedis of iil,.l inr;. , tmnlmc . niiiriliiilniii. hy ditrrrent faintHit an lor hire .nation tor all who pur. 'vcently receivetl a visit Inim a lantern-- iaM - vc.r( , c. Warren, to become a can on Oood lurnnuis and taddle hores always conven Ihurs Mr I homa. Ilalley .Mdrltli ttill write the reatonable terms inuonninc mot 'I .i.lrrll ni"l"l chase the luxurea or the hawed, hollow-eyeman, who asked in didsitt to reinvsent this cotintv in the lent point on the railroad i. reach place, m the lirt of them Inr the January nuniU-- r Many taluahle I.IIKKAKV Alt! IC I.KS , ,lr- . wa aaawa .. .lie ,is ., man ... .lie lliuutllillll Vl llUIIUI.iir I.IC . .. a.w - ., .!...... .......n...w,;r nv .ma.l.l on,. Int.i I,.. ......... ..v appear, a pan I c Waller Scott Methods ot can clothe you and lurnish you with uumiiiuiiniuiivoii next ifcuenii .ishemuiv. ine Work, illu.trjli-original MSS... a nee io nit t ne noeosaary and unnecessary iinv ren.edv Hint wotilil iinve away miii for iK. ,mr. A IhmIv of men who know I by MM Jamc. uldt, nvpll ancea to ride, walk, dance, sloop, t ..." .1:1 . fr.flQO OnOOVil . a .......-.-. 1...1 ....,.....:.,.. im.. l.; . ... ! "Shrll.fOl.l r IhKiU., ciulU narfcmirthiT lllus . oiln-and tnaot utiUli. ny 1. ley nave oeeu sen. to riiiiiKinri, u ' cat . .Uah. hunt. work, (to to church. " 11 ", tnQ I U U WHUOailOUlVU Hated I or tay at home, and tn various sizes. health. 1 he man of drtiL's noddetl and .,,! is IV nlrrflKK VLtKltf I rtl II 11 iln.ifh.r tlin- - i...t t Ii.-- t riSIIINli AKIItll.S,.l.irihinserlintlir ., , .. styl e and quantities. Juat fleure out , .,...;...,... ...f .,..,.. ...v ,.,.,. someuuni; t. ixciiiiickv.. .uas .1011" .ocen 1...1 l.et fi.hiiiK Krmindt will apsur. Salmon, Win , ii.at what 1. !,.- - . 1. 1... .luiiiiuuimpiii .....M...W ,.tr. , J, , . . . nnnli IU.. aiidTarpin ate the nulijeits no. r ilJJUiU VjrAVX7aT3 1 l J i , J'j. ranged 'Ihe hiiIImh-- arr ucll known s;ilts, with COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fai- - bard, wormwood and ep-oP,.,i f. i,. tlmt would overhaul ' llliitlnitid ! THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE I HI AK ll.l.rs-l'K0,b,Ja .BentY po8o' i si t,,w1' t,astor.oil' mi,l o,rewl ,il l V;0 flClKS .. Ktoai t.rirl) wwvt''( mt tlw tmfhy work ,,f ,,w Suffix Utoh r run tiiuihnu: uwn all iiunnrr of tndjeeti, tm.cl, hi -- To receipt of 10 centa to pay pontage, despairing patient, who apathetically ast ten years would do u favor that the iMtrapht.di-scnpllim- , in .will appear, hut not CENTRAL KENTUCKY comrntlon.il cnmiminpliue nri, jlliittratrd MONTGOMERY WARD &. CO. indued it down. History avers that for ,,,.t,l.. wiiiilil ni'vi-- r form-!- . Stanford Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Anions Ibc huh! iiiiert-slinhi the Ii. I of teieti 4 Michigan Avenue. Chicago. 111. Hix months he could not think of any- I'.iu.t. loall t.or. Danville Advocate. " "HI lit a remarkiiMe ai '! '"I"' York. title bj Prof John I not ..ridge -- .n tho mow re - tliiti) except new schemes for netting ?.V.'..,leV. "I""'".". '.l nt l'IIO.U(,lt i imoxu. llie Assessor s ,.,ort IIk, .nl line with 11 I.I.MAN sl'hl.l'IM. I'ilS. Illutirated the taste out of his mouth. llritNIi and A daw ol (tirl whuh have ptuteil nf prrial tAks that the sum total of .Madison shows Colonial lirituuist. Interc-- l trill be umtiniied liy at group of !.- county's wealth is $7,Mil,P.M). This is a inn. nsiKt recnt appfira FAST LIND I1ETWEE.V falling oil1 of Si'LlTO. (.'. I.. Seaicv has llu".V.,!,.?.'!,f.,i,.f,"hri",i "fiMtikalile paper Card Of Thanks. 00 1JI.I.P MI.MSt.ndoiber miercsiing paper. ' ; The rp- iiiit treat t UllMul' illiitlralinns postmaster nt Waco, and LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI Imi:iiioii I' iit may lm .serlmiv Avoid .. Through the, ,. . ,. i wish to thank i rcsi:iied, as vinj.--, ASPKCIAI OIFKR lotovtrr lait year. na, . ....... . . 1.1! ai !...' m m.Dl I I l T. WASHINOT" 'N nhoul . iiange. i. mm I l.i I li h 'i i ii ml ilrastk- purgatives, tlio Hie people oi k.rai uicnarti lor ineir,.ir. i.uin-!,.,!laJvhuJ.,."llml1 "" x" MAII.lv ism K I ( CI. KM, as follow.. Klferi Nepiemticr I'lh, M. Schedule in f wliliH i to nonKcii tho ;":k1:ii. kindness to our dear Katie during Iter been appointed to till the vacancy. Nine No 1. Xo 4 N'n f a yoar's uhscri.tt.i itv, nod the number ' wU. T'.to ln-s- t Is Ayer's Souihiwund .1 Sun. illness, and especially Dr. l'ettus for his teon shares of Madison National Itank fo"m I s ( s Ually Sun IMUh. lln.i.' piiioly vectalili., their o.4. ' No s A r.r't ftuirr.pi.oii ,, and ihe number. sold at 0l to SiOl.tiO. Climax attention and kindness, ami her Aunt stock Dsilv I.ASl'WAKIt. Is .f..ni.it ami tla-leffect always I.vo Covington Hera for ithV, bound in tloih , Dally. E. Suo. to o) ii in u I' " ii ml I Kate .Ma pee for her watcliful care the They am an ailinlralilo .John S. Wise, of MeCy.ithlW. '.. II- Ur J HI I tn Jii II tnl 4 10 .D in I.vo i pm . 10 am $3 n Year; alio n Number. I r nml pill, anil every- last nitrl.t of her life. May the (liver of .:..;.,: l'ari-..- .. m io jo p m 5 a p in , : ,u l'IIAKI.r.S slKIIINUU's SONS, ,. 7 no pm .!.. ,. ..I .. .i... Arr i.iVKIrMl. ., mo ai m . J0 ) in .,...-hi am r) Itt'iu e.iilorsi'il t.lii- - profi'ssiou. ivvhii... ,.!. I Arr JW " " I.tikinston .... ... iu " im ii its am all jrood jxlftB abundantly bless each and .lljilillii, 73 M llr.M'ht.i), nt ,,k ." 11 j pm is ei pm tboiitrht .Mabone would ret a Cabinet i,e I'arl...' 5 so p in Arr W'lmhestcr .... ... 11 " .vrx Pills are highly nml unlver-Kj.- h 10 55 p nt 50 h all of you, is the prayer of her sorrow p tn 11 15 p phi r.eCoiiiinbiu "" is ... ; iu am 11 13 am sjiuUeii of by tlio position. Throw intr up bis hands in ho'iilu itlio.lt 'J J tVcitmoswI i 111 T ' HirrriE IIoI.max. pm vri I miiUii ilalh iim. of tlium in iny line mother, vi nm, l.o Ashland ..... ..,. S ah stut 8s It pm 10 p in lv horror, as if such a tiling were impos- - Arr Lancaster 10 " liiiiiilnsion laiilcii." Jr. 1. K. llrlilRc-- i '' Crab Orcbaid. Jan. JOlh, lS.s. 4 00 p lm . . " ClisrliMlnn .. t. Ciinn. S5 am1 10 on pm sible, Wise replied"Uhen Mabone OS I' "'-.- , " Kaainvlu KalU, ( it ami in pm ' I nut ri'i'oiniiifntl Ayer's Pills above 3 ;o p m t;elH into Harrison's Cabinet you'll final Arr lieroa " Cllfion I'orin-II pmi 6 10 am I ,c iiij ..II othcr-i- , liuviii loti" proved their "I adopted that boy," be said, with me posintr as the dodiiess of l.ibeity' Arr tn. ... S 4P in m v is am Stuttnlun . 3 40 -C- HICKENaliiii lis n rsithartlu lor invself imd " Cli.uluticMllf. S jo pm 11 10 am the tenis runnintr down his face. "1 u .10 inn, i 10 pm No. No 1. .unll." J. T. Mum, wax (inures, but not befoie." Pa. arr Kiehmond ' N .S. ainontr I.vo Klilimond when he took him out of the work-hous- e III um 1 ' Pin "Fiir several jears Aycr'a 1M1N havo Arr Newport News 11 o am' C 10 pm ! be.i iiM-i- l in my fainlly. 'Wo Hint tlicm was a lad, ami I kept him and fed him "Amaiitha," said the old lany fiomt t..c i.i..i.j..oi... S ii a ill 'l)lil Point Comfort 11 15 um1 6 pm ,. . . . .. . . 10 5 a in . . . Iao l:erca an .. . . . .. .. 1. 11. .Norfolk i.t 15 pm1 7 45 pm w uai noes .1 iiiai Arr Kichinoud .... 11 15 a in lor nine years, ami no s pain me oacK oy mi' neati 01 me snui, s 30 pm, 1 10 pm I.te Cliarlottcntillc unnintr oil' with n.y wife, (.entleinen," yotui fellow mean by stayint: so late'."' i.ve Stanford .. . s v in pm 7 .15 pm im an in Arr U'a.Iiinuton 10 mi ' Philadelphia .. .. 00 pm 3 no utrii ... hit continued, wipin;r his face, "I'll stand "Kxcuse me one ii.oineiit Mr. Herrintr," a?" uTc'innond.'.'. II (si a in .,.., for eoiistliatitmii ami Inilifjesilon, ami o oam 0 in ain.... New Vork are ni'er without tliem In the house." 6 50 a in von a bottle of wine. You don't meet said Aiuatitha; and she closed the pallor I.ve Uicl.moiul.... I jo p S'n,i" No j. Moses (Sreiih-r- , bowell, Mass. ( .5 p 111. 7 a Dailv with t,'n.titude in this world, but a kind door Hoftlv nml whispered hoarsely up a? X'r,.,".T j V5 p. il 8 40 a in ...u..... wuvrwAun Si ' I have iiseil Daily ll.s.Siin. Pills, for liver is sure to bring its own rewind. I've) the stairs: "I think he means business, i.ve i.exiuRtoii . 3 i p in t J5 a ni "3 00 p in imuVestloni ilurlii.aany Chafer .eaeeeefeeiB9aeflB. ironbles anil 'act Jos ,. 1000 am li is 11m I.te New Vork p in 8 30 a ' ' years, ami Jim,, always fouull them fseiit him u check for $.")00." nut; you n to bed." Philadelphia. 'ii 3t pm 7 m am lie CynthiaiVa''"." 4) 40 p nil i) 11 a in, 43 50 ppin m ni 30 nroiupt u.,,1 et Idem in their action.- "Washington ,. .. .' 13" iin 11 14 am I.ve rilnWi, T, a nil j 5 i m 51 p mlio .. pm .hitiitli, Ltleu, . . VMI.v0.v tiHitnll is over be-- 1 .Mr. Cliessu.an, a wealthy resident of Arr Coiinutmi.... 6 i p nili 35 a in 6 Ju p in alrr Charlottesville. Miojpni 7 jo am I.ve Norfolk 10 j 00 pm Htna, Ten.i., who is alllicted with a ,,r."j "stii'l 0 the.M.ivMille iinnch. No, leave, Pari, a .lm1! ,t ween us, Miss (ilubton, I presume it j 0 pm j ,0 am " Old Point C'o.nfort -' Newport News.. . 4 on pm 8 mam ffi:.-,', . out ,". Jj. torn it' JJ.HI. n,us:;,i";,,'opS" f J.lace to re,,.,cst a bruiiithlal trouble, is compelled t o s mm o jo pin it 05.1111 ' Hiclimnnd. , ..., ;.-no, jiiu imim's in rfvyer s 1 asleep or awake, to keei from smother- ;y;?ni v" MkB,i",oTnd Arr Charloltrstlllc .1005 pm. 310 pm fi:tei 11 riuuplele lure."" J). Jill ;,!''' i return of the baubles that lavished on ,10 at un ,14011m ."N.L'O, .le Those trai... aie I.te Cfiarl. itiatiTlivon the deliriuuiof aniisiilacedaU'ection. I"tr- - Hit voice can be heard in the still- arteat Pari ,1 3,5, ,. ', u 0811111 5 45 pm Staunton . . ... UlUlltOll Willi pleasure, sir; ,,,..u w. II, ,...;, -,lit II, 1'illlHr nut mwill I 111 "") "icni .iiiiiiuy ,.f 1... "-- on "I liave usei l.ver's Pills for the past I.te Cllllon rurue 1 as am Ii 25 pm .No. 3a lent ea Cnvlnjum al 83111. in. arrl.et at .MISS 11 - in iillittti'lll tlihty yi'iu-- ntnl onsliler tliem an - vi, ii, .11 'nill 51 pm r riuiiiiii in 10 vi a m; Minnay oniv. jso. 31 " ;.' "s ot nm , 00 am here they are. Will you please jrive me rails f. Icavet I'aliiiiiiiilnit 4 10 pm, arrives at Covington nifillrliie. I Know of .. 911 .1111 4 jf' am ies""-HS" ni 6 30 pm; Sinidayoiily No ,5 cat ct I.eainK- lm belter IKIIieil.v for liver tloilliles, . hUnT a rei'eijit in full. I.ull'alo Courier. .. 9 15 am o 10.1111 liniiiii.t-- n Anxious Mother "Has .Mr. Ilashful ton 7 j p m, Pari. 7 5 p No. 8 leaves . nml li.'ivo nlwa.s fotiml tliem uiiiiit 10 jt am1 7 no am 1 Thousands of dollars worth of ,Ir n ntiuuioii 5 ,n p 111, arm c I'.ilmnulli 710 ni. ,Jiiii,.h ,ulniit W I'liro forilysiieisla." I ... Miss Antliiiliv proposeil yet'."' .No 7 lenvn. :ilniniitli nl . .,. j , Kimn si. , , , , v sVipm, i am tM..t.l nirn. I,..; liaiiiiniu ' :hirkens die every year from Choi .Miilille St., lliiitfniil, (111111. ,i'...i, ..if.li...a hi v.l Arr Coliiinlnw....... .lo 50 mil, 8 IS am jO 5.. am .1 !... Janulltur "aOl UXllCliy; ii... I...11..I f.. ,........ "ITnvliijflMWii tron.iteil with ira. It is more fatal to chickens th.ii. 10 is am 7 00 inn live Anhland iTheballo't for won..... means Anthony "hen I was holding little Diek on ness, which seems lm il.ilile with w,n. Arr Oil. e Hill ill wilier diseases combined, lint the .. j noun 9 00 .1111 ' of scilciitars li.ihiis, J lian tried ..' 1 j ., pm 11 u am " Winchester 11 11.11 kind of "V p, .Mr. Ilasl.IUl Went to lilt' JilailO ci,ier. l.csinUi.ii and Cinciniiali; olher other . discovery ol u remedy unit positivtl) trams .irccl.nl except S1111d.it. Ill'lM'll III CnllLMVss anil " l.otiugtiin 3 40 pm 11 jspm Aact's J'ills, liopin.' ' if rnllnf. I um lUiiojatrain. 1( I D.reuc.ninee...,,,,. ,,n.ic at wii.ci.e.ter with ' l.oiiisvillc 7 15 !m 4 451"" (Jail to say tlmt Hi. have (.nrrvil mo a Coinrressinan would she be? What ants it has been made, and to. he con Clisapcikc K. tllno lur SI 1. Sterling, Athl.iml Arr Cliirinn.il .. ...I 6 on pm 6 oojnn teller than an ii.tlnr iiicillulno. I vinced of its efficacy only re .wires a inteiest would she ever lake in a juvtty Ileal n: iiiiyiinisinn. unarieatan. t . lamina h.uternciliii To Clire till lll.roUIII! .toe-na- .I iirrlvii at this only after a" KnS'l I.INla - N'os and 4 run via trial a f.ilthfnl trial .f llieir iniiits." Samaol bottle is enough foi Treasury trnl. tallow IlOt 111 ll spOOIl lllld ler ASoIM trains with PnHmaii SleeiniiB CV'". be. 'I raint Nos 3 and 4 run dully; urrv finest lit of IllllttOII l.esiiizton tn Washington and one hundred chickens. llnlTrl Cui T. t'oues, O11K nt., Huston, .Alass. i"", VVi'" It is guarr:;cr::d'"va!i;mso,,':',,,,oml' .our on the "lwl place." Tho son-ncsKiihmondi Vu , Million t clmliRe, Solid inilns liitliiin atrents who have bad the Througli If, after using s of lo any througli. No. and i run solid trains l.otlngmn anteed. lli8.llll.eaiS tllld ill It few dllVs , the edjro destiiiatinn ticket, and aiV.cKe reached hy railroad. lo Old Polr.t daily esccpt Sunil.i) to study the red man's domes1 bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly .11 f it... ....11 ...in In. .inl iiu iiunu t pm, h itv ,1 "no...... Parties ins lacsiiictoi. " rur 11111 pariicuiaraaiiuress any agent or the Co. Ol 1110 nan nin im , d.iyliiiht rule ihionzh thopi' 'ur. ipii' llliie Kidi;t satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken tic life say that neither male nor female s. k. mor.sk, h. ii.ua-on11V 'iravsllnu I'a.sVr Aki., Cun'1 I'anVrAat., and Al ogham. M.nint.iiiiH TIlO (ieillialib have 11 (iicilt (leal of ler- is capable of feeliiif,' the sentiment of Cholera, return it to the undcisigned Dr. J. C. Ayer It Co., Lowell, Mass. lines. C" Ak for In I .i" via N N AM Kv n v - el ,,. nj tl to Jiul your money will '""r. .tinn I'or ii' I tu r buck marries to have 11 slave: ' ritory. but they want Samoa love. S.il.l lij-- all Dealer In Meilldne. be refunded. W t MOSUL I. in P. 1 OonOfflcod. Covlnivton, Kentucky, , Unlit - tin. for sale by McRnl-crtIisiii, um, K ll ripum to 1..IM tl ludt. A Stage, Stanford . J D IKlti: LION 1 . alUution to the travelm; public it s- - W'ht'ii MtUtiK at our mother's ktM The mk "or Hurthrr unit. aI 1 HtXIOM ,Hl).'ni" j JKai ptsV & . mht W"'"" ;. - '" 1 1 .&. J. KITAPP, " Scribner's Magazine 1 11 .fa-.- r V77T. ninl, nJ- . ,,,,:,, .,!n ,. :,, "'" ,,,,,; . . 1 , 1 I . . ... )! -- -- . ':v'"7 ..'. .',,... ooil-bvi- LU& .1 ' !!. GC -- o i ToTSfouT. sws " ni.vi-l.-'l'h- e ". ii 111 - - ,., '.... ".. ,, 1 1 riii-bri- d ........... "' 1 n ' m.iHin.u ,.t;., ' ... nntllftlUPnn ft n & Ohio ... .,.,..., A. in i s WnsIiIiiKlun A 111-11- '" .- , Constipation iiii-iir MIU, 6& Wgsx4ss M., A i"'i I.ouisville.CiisCiiiiiuti and 1 a S-- ' i liipn 111 . r 'P s CllK-iHnat- , ...-- ,11). . In If, . 111 -- j - , S: .Vorih-iiooth. . . 1 1 A1TTEH' Cholera Cure 1 ; s 1 . 1 1 . Effective Remedy , ' . m 111 111 ... j - . a-- W ,,, 1 ,, 1 'XJ "." 1 . . I 2l 11 111 11 Crim.i-1'K.sc- s 1 "'" IMIllllMl-veil-iiii.ionai- per-toi- is , i". alv!$!s$?Mn&cta 1 . . . 1 '"' "': 1 oiddme . I iiiiii-liisioi- . 1 s s Ayer's Pills, '"' e-ked 1 -. .. two-third- le.-i- : llo-to- nvsvfsivloic.M.Z 1111 111 s S: TrrsziMrafmn w -- "''c:wmm K. A - a.'. Ljl.. .