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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889120301 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. .Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVI1. DANVILLE, A BOYLE COUNTY. JUNCTION Interior Journal: STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, DECEMBER CITY, BOYLE COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. I hlMM V -- V 3, 1889. I NO. 84 -- h :J It -.- 1. K. Owens. Ih buying frtt hogs nt Mrs. Kiigunln Diinliip l'olbt, ever em.il deal of comiilalnt is heard welcome, i.s visiting fnoiuls In tin- - conndaiuag- - cents, from liu farmers about the corn -- The 0. S. has added two intecHgor ty. ing. There but been so much wet weath- Uol. .lames Guest was here eaily tlto gathered bnlf of their tnlns known ns "Florida specials." or the)' bim'.not I,, it X. iind 0. S. passenger first of tho week to look at a promising Tlic cro.m, Kov.Tharpu a tow weeksngo while in tialiis do not msiki any connection hero Harry O'Kalluii colt belonging to Fleece Robinson. James Hamilton ha gone to the iiiltlist of a scried of meeting at the at all now. On account of contemplated changes in the business about Jan. 1st, IVrryvlllc U tryinu to organize n .Middlcsboro on business, Christian church was taken ill ami bud Many of our merchants bere aiu us- re.! company of State guards and every boy to discontinue tho meeting. Ho has turned and will continue tbe meeting old enough seems lo want to wear a pair lug mill s.itislsction the cash rcgiBter.d during tbe week and longer, if tbe inter-cu- t of blue "britches.." Wearing blue clothes, Lilian! it Klkin have one of must e.iiis-anbrum buttons is not tin- - whole duty, ito denied and in not only ornamental to jtMitle. tbelr store loom, but It uciiiivciiicnt and services boys. Consider well before yon Join. -- At tint done of tbe union Have inaugurated a James Kurber, who ha been a pood labor saving piece of furnituie. .Second Presbyterian cbureb held at, the -- ffi.t'i.i Vnt'ltiki ..!..... 1.. it... I A. V ..III.... Iti.o Imu ms.. iiiii. , , I v.iit.li iv..ii7, tv.iniii u nil fiillrtlil - .OU UUIIVV HI. mi TliiiiikHLlviiie. a contribution wmk II I II 111 Mil. 14 S 4.. .Mill.' III II) II. in .ivIIIL' "It IIIIIIVIIY, III III .1 II Ul'U .1. Cur- eepted a poMlion Jin tbe I., k V . olhee at crcd a good diMtiller, went to taken tin for tbe bunt lit of tin I oor. I now en II Imme. -lust week to put the finishing wIiIkIi iimniiiiii.it lo a nice little Mini. ' Jt'llieo, ice 1'. . I. .McCorm.uk, who noes After tbe payment of my burial ex-- j the loulnxille freight olllce, same com- - touches on bin education and get a Scarcely one person present fnileiltoiMH-- , oenses and any just debts I may owe was' pany John II. Turner is prointed to ploma from Macky, tbo expert distiller. out I owe not one cent now to tiny hu-- I Intended to sweep an enormous pile of goods into cash within the something. A committee next Co days. We know just what it takes to grind cash out mer;aini)S'jn iitits He was with Mr. Macky four days, for man being my miid executors shall re- appointed from each church to solicit N.rl.era place ami .I. v in chandise quickly. You have to which he paid for information gained mc place oi mgni chtk. outside aid for the same purpose. duce my entire estate to money and stt s"5 time Slot) and nil expenses. Cal aside SJ.OOO with which they shall buy a that Mr. Wood Wallace and bis bride are ' MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. says his money was well spent. family monument and place the same on at Mr J. . M Wallace's, .... HI. slice.. Kstpihe Stephen Walker left for our lot in the cemcterv at Stanford in went to .lesfiuiiiiu', ..i)llVo Adam- -, tlie old da i key sent Miss Halite Hiun.ste , 1)ert.l0f0re pBC Mississippi last week will, a pack ot . lox Saturday to visit friends. The only Mike fr0, your ,,!.,,.,. to yhun, wbm e1 of t)uj momiImMlt bounds to enter in the races of the In- - j e(, tlu.ri.0Ili Sh, niollIllnunt .i.nii be f And Cut the Life out of Prices. There are many reasons why we i of Pittsburn, Ky , on a visit to lMj in amilty, j,, Wl ,u,vt.r ,m., er State Fox Hunte.s Club of "'t Kmy A.n-ilo:can afford to do all this. Ours is bin sister, Mrs. Hatterton. Mr. At M. itiJ0X- 4IU hljol, but vw ronoIiU'ii'tl Inirui urnnitf, nn.l on tho style ,.,. , 5n. State. Tbe cbnscH will .continue during' f - - tl H,lflf, , ..,.,,........ nntlll Ktm.' mid bride have returned fioin their ... ,...,ti.. li,;,,,, t...... ,. , , r. niiiiv iniHk mi" .( ami some goou purses are o.-- , SPril,tio 10W 01l bridal trip and will live with bis mothei oM ftl0ll,linent s Marshals under Mcsirs Haw- - tins on Lexington strvct. Mr. Will F. Kvaus, ki1H i.opul, 0f Sunerset, made a fred for tbe fastest dogs. We hope and, wilh nny ol,K.r pr0per inscription my iiiU sick at I'i1 r..de on H.ush Creek. ,1,1, coulllv nll, fw tlmt (5nrn.nl county will brliiK back executors may desire. is reported as being Of this section. Pride alone would prompt us to sec that no other home near town. Ipturcd Willis Hose. Floyd Peters, u,,"mu' nuwn ,n nwIv ,MO" mw ' ' After which 1 will and bequeath the establishment should snatch our laurels from us. Then again it is -- Tlie question of a bniucli railroad of remainder of my estate in equal parts to jOWi,,hi. ami .lou Sparks; Will,,r-V- this people who have generously sustained and upheld us to a -- Muj. James A. formerly my brothers and sisters and to the club (lftt.r ,K.,1K the 1.. 1 X. U iMliitt talked by some ol WMu, iirI,,sl of success never attained by any business house in Lincoln for Mcl'od it Anderson, dren of those who may be dead, said soliciting our mmt" ei.ten.risinu citiwns. Thishiisl "" .... Ti...r .... ..l...r.Nl m. . .....rvx. . ... county, in the Same Length of Time. So Gratitude should prompt ' Louisville, where children to take equal parts of the shares been talked of tM'fore ami we ito Hope 11 iMjj iUOnsl.liie. Two of them were has jtiht returned from l us to be liberal here. It is not likely make a nickle the rest be contracted to t.avil for the new linn their parents would have taken. My here- - "pot 'MilW"--thos- e will not fall through this time as who make whisky of this year, and we can afford to Lose a few dollars, but vc will tofore. It is evident that il will bebnill ,y ,ting mimxIcii cover on a pot and which will take cliiugu of tbe Falls City said brothers shall take their parts obso-- , Sell a Pile of Goods. This tirm. has 11 capital of lutcly and without condition, but 1 will some time ami why not now' u wiq use a hollow weed or a gun barrel for a Warehouse. The first thing is a whack at Dry Goods. AH through the Staple Denot ci nt any ...ore, or probably not as worm. The other three, we understand, $.'00,()0t) and in point of financial and direct that my said executors shall partment we strain the point to see what is the very best grade we 'will several years hence and won reuularn and had lieen making. strength has no equal in this cnuntiy purchase real estate for each of my sismuch, as It ... :.!.. ..I ' f T.l.l -'.'.... ...I. ters with the money coming to each, and can sell for any price named. " """ """ it In built tbe sooner the pen moonshine in this and Jackson counties ; tbe sooner u,ert x" Mo ') Awvrott' l,1,H convey said land to each for her use and The best 5c Muslin; the best 5c Calico, worth 7c; the best 5c Check pie will rean the IhhicIIIh of it. for some years. The party was taken lo wart ..ln.etWl w.th the (,lobe warehouse. -- Is it not Shirting or Gingham. Special Values in Winter Jeans. Great benefit during life, with remainder to interesting to watch the Some.set Thursday for examination. News hits just reached here of the the children of each after death, and bargains in Canton Flannels; also in all wool Flannels. Splendid diileront modes In which people tnke killing of old man Dave Whitehead by should any of my brothers or sisters die What Is Sin? bargaihs in Dress Goods and attractions in the Clothing Departtheir trouble, dimppolntmeuts, looses, Kur (be Ititrflur Journal bis son inlaw Win. McCoy, in the without issue, then his or their shares ment, such as have never been displayed in Stanford. Men's Suits Ac" Tbe following incident amusiii me ' .. .18.1 1.... 1. .. 1. w " " """ ...1"vrv "" :. " ' '"- m ihk'kwui! ciounty. McCoy is shall revert to my sisters or brothers, f few days ago and made me think of it. and Overcoats; Children's and Hoys' Suits: Fine and Cheap Pants, ,,,r '" "" " nmreiuiii i v i jne man who kiiicu Sam Sword several wbo may be living and to the children A lady came in n store who had lost $10 I "i,lt m' All at Lower Prices than any House in this section can afford to I In piivb, nee will let the Savior tell. years nco and was sentenced to the peni of tho.igh she hail lost those who may be dead, in equal and Mkcil obout name. Mark 7; 20, 21, 22. And Ho said thai tentiary from this county for a long term parts, the shares their parents would but a nickel. She was not at all iijjita-le- d which Every day this year will be a Big Bargain Day with us. If you want out of the ...an, that de-- , 0f years, and pardoned out by Gov. have conn th taken. loiit it and turned away saying, Illi'th the man. For from within, out of to save money sec what you can do in Shoes and Boots with us. Hh.ckburn, who was under the impres- The bequest to his sister, Hetty It will do somebody eNe 'Well, may be , . Men's Women's and Children's Shoes of best work cheap. iiii-uj,..-,-,i- i whs ...ineuus. sows o.Hr(mi(Iug( in;H lmu,0 on s.on...ai.MCi..oy comition tllut more good than it would me." On the adulteries, fornications, murders, thefts, consumption. At the time Sword 8ju. wll not live with her husband W See our splendid bargains in Hats and Caps, Blankets, Comforts, &c. other hand, how would it have ntlected covetousness, wickedness, deceit, lascivi- - killed McCoy had an eye shot out. Call in and iook whether you wish to buy or not, but don't do your,ie hnvIllB tetteA A 1jr0luUllls agalll others? They would have been all exan evil eye, blasphemy, pride her. self the injustice to buy until you see what you can do at and you could have seen at a oiisiicm, citement C011.1nending.our old father to tho foolishness. The Savior has here eon- - Specimen Letters Received by Teachers. glance that they wore much troubled ' boiui) ilo.en or more natures Tlie following letters are taken from l'er ('nre ' u,.v sisters and brothers, who find about something and if they did not wbichn.au is given by the Heavenly inaddressbv Mr. 1). W. Williams of are abundantly more able to take care of it would go on" grumbling and go l.nnn STANFORD, KY. Father which be can pervert. For, let Weuthorford, Texas, on "The Hardships' mm tnan ',u 1S to tnke varKi ' PIPortyi and not sleep n wink for a week. it bo le.neu.bered, we havo taken tlie ( (Jountrv Teachers." These letters" hereto and with frab rnal fTection bet and seal on this, tho :id day of position that man Is a compound or com-- ' s)loVV whatannoyances sngges lions and ' m' HUSTONVILLE. ...1 uuv u. ..i...u foolU, ,ivice teachers receive from pur- pie ueing; niai cioiht, ito - Mr..Fan. I tied said he never enjoyed Akmstkd M.'Swofk. . the Heavenly Father guvo' man was for llIltH. Thanksgiving In his life more than he a not one lor ins comtort ami enjoyment, "M,M H.vzc-l'le- aso lik the barer for FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Jk.. tS, &"WZy did the one of XoV'JS, ISM). I suppose single one excepted, and that a perver- - ' I rumljnK awy. Kik him. Xo inont enit to bo nothing more than right to -- John 11.11 soiu 10 .lounsion, of sion 01 ilium wiin niiiiiu, ur nny uuu ui Yours respectively, lighten my readers as lo the reason why. them, for sin is a violation of law. Xow Iloyle, H yearling heifers at S!l 50. Mlts. Ol.l'KK l'KKKINb." Several "prominent men" from a. dis- while we admit all these faculties weie John Duncan, of Wayne, bought of "Mit.fSiu: I . do not desire that Mat tance wete bere and biought with tin in ..!.. f..M i.t.iai'u ..Ili.ttMlwil.l II iiifliif-wiJoe Colley a pair of aged mare mules for v" " "" V"JV- -' ' '"."I " ?' ' " """ ' K""nmr as 1 preier 1I...1 r..fr.l.m., .ln.ii.ilit of which Mr. r " rvfttr ni iiiiiiiiii.i""..? vv iki k.i ui 11 la Receiving His ... in ttii.iit.ii In iiuiri. v.iiifiil kiiiiiliiMiiml $;;oo. uuv 01 tut jt iiiin his opinion , w is so appreciative Itol.l I). M. Cress sold here yesterday to (f said faculties were n i,,,.rn i1L,r 0 stifyik nnd write nrooer ' onthispart.cular'Mieib'canbe ullyre- - vont() V. 11. Hutching, of Bo vie, 4 mare ssuigs or i.joy.'mv8l)if I If V It wentMini It'll IWll LTIIIIl mii tw w,lwl-mules at S'.H). "U to ' l mv "-Hi ean't s.,y a, thej- did im, no . v "' o e of Z'JSl know , J. L. Cogar has bought 10,000 bush- Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial " ,,r1K,"U roo.I- -1 prefer Mattie to ingage in Ger- . n.w 1 saw u.ai ,Mr.KvbIsm.l wiieniu els of corn this week at 51.50 per barrel. first, nianL...... nIll. llrawill,r ail(l voklll innsiL. must sulUce for all, and n m on, Midway Clipper. coming be became suspicious and 'as w(j i((usi ,.... . a c. SINE. J.N'. MENEFEK readyforwar. A good dinner was , .. ,........ . m ...k - .r.".1"1.0:.... Forty-fou- r Xo. 1 mules for Bale, L'" Wl. .. ..... .... jvv. .v. 0111. ... .inuies was 1001111 roiiiiiiu ........I.... ... nonva- , . 1. , o n.l.il.tlll VV'.k l..i,.t... .'.itiilnilltil.'il steel rat trap Mondav when it went otl' U11 .1 m f,uje.,.,.,u ....! nwVeM,y .rit V'" " ewereioiy oy one 01 to lovo Him with all our mind, soul and coinnienccn. ''""y. MifUiy Lily, ky. and caught his big toe, indicting of dam-- 1 .... I !.... M. IM...I f .1 I... l.... -,,i",ur- - of tl119 C0llnt.v' mU t0 l..eu.eri.Bu.i..-.-.uustrength, therefore we IIUHt ,,.lV0 tbe biges that makes the wearing of his boot iole.v wiin I ii mi v man nrcMint that could bitley county p..rtiefi a of fat ability to comply with tho demand. Sev- impossible. It swelled until it is a3 biK "walk a chalk line." lie turned the ta eral of the facilities are brought into in- ready tui idling, at 4 to ho cento. the mumps as four toes and he bles ! you, boys, ami our ml vice to you Dial Col. 0. H. Ciiei.aultsold to llaferAi service. First intelligence, --M, be liiuil ll 111 wuiiii uuu n uuu ow iiu tun i -ii to select it man who inn t "lire proof nevolence, I'd, veneration, Ith, conscien- ' He will co.no when he is btt- - i?0" of lctylvamaf Il head of small Mu.lv. ! next time. mules nt 5ll-.5- 0. Hichu.ond tiousness. The above facilities all com- - ....n" Manning cntei tabled bined will enable us to love that which Mr HiikIi and Scroll Work, Mouldings, ..i1H Kmitio dimr i..n,1.1ni.t i .lo not! 1'i'K'ster i.vite a number of friends nt Mrs. '. !' U lovely. Intellect will point us to HiB spend! -S- palding, Simms & Co. uouKht one Carpenter's residence, about 1J miles lovely nature, also why we should love .lezir to havo n.v Jonas haskens W,M- - Cushing it.OOO h,8 tlllle At studies that will do him kno t,aV thl8 "cck of Cedar and Locust Posts. from town 01. the Middlebu.g road lafat bundles of oats nt $1.30 per 100. Lebanllim because He tirst loved us The good i am aukscious fur him to git We will carry .1 lull itock of ever) tiling found in a Lumber Vard. Thursday tve. Among those piesent' next faculty or nuti.ru we will call cove- A. C. SINE, Iliuiuet Manlier along in itithmotic us it are liily impor- - on F.nterprise. M!,.. .!.! 11. iron, our l.e.g..uo....g c.wes ,...... pi.i William Hurton sold to Capt. ThomA ,l,.im to Imv.. or l.o:ird tin -.': ' " '"'" i...... .. XannieMahau, of Danville, also Messrs. as Iticliards 4 hogs weighing ISOO nt :! Ilf linv , f ft ! " " j paiiimu n.iaKiiir. i uiy A if a.. . . ...i..i.i.. ,u,.k a..., n....:i , nri(... ( thtfMJ nutllros ,H a W1Q ..K.e, cents and to W. U. Cm son 3 weighing 8Uch U , ,lft . 1890. p s i dout want you to think linrd of I be representatives of tbo j W'e will proiecute lo (he full ex(fnt of the law same city. :)"0 at'same price. aelmuiliiiK. misrepresentation this i think you re scbule is a Doing' evtrv person (utind on our land wi(h jim and Hubblo neighborhood were Messrs. ' aIiy wa. ls n,lsiliui,. lk.I1C0 tllB bl. Corn jumped front HI to 50 in Chi " j grand my boy is..' LV. Oreenberry llright Churchill and tucker, j Jj0ok 1I0t 0Vtfy ,,, blo ull his "Mr- deer cur ytt wunt please cago Friday. This is tho biggest boom ger. ulter soverai enjoyaoie nances, own things, but every man on the V illustrated. 189O. teecb My ltoy no inoru of that stull' in November corn since tho big corner supper wits announced and nil were tilings of otheis," l'liillipians 2:1. This of 1SS7. For tlie past year corn has avabout ills Branca ho aint got None No . treated ton repast that was lit for the implies wo must do justice to all, Once I!2 cents per bushel. the Shalpspeare of Kilwin A new How an if he lied it aint None of vine eraged about !1 and gods. To Mins Malum we will Bay, bIic The Anderson News reports sales 0 xineAbbey will bi cominentk by Andrew I.autf for what the (ifuiwtki fiti ivmil lim If mitltt.r Ami i for 1890, with ILIASIRATKI). moie and this must sullku llarncr'i MjLMrine hut alio nude isalway8it welcome guest in Huston u....l.t ciil.l Murk 7lli fnmti'iilioli. lti'llil ' l mules nt S' nntl another menu with Alphnnjc Daudct, the stifCial arranL'i' want yu to cend my gurl out when that ,l Rrcatet of liv' ,,iiiu IlarperV WmjVIj- - h.t a well olablishcd placeas ville Mr. Robert J. Lylcsand wife, of .' . inu French noxeli!, lor tlie u.clusie nublicalion v inim. r '"" ,u v "'. ...x..w ...... C,m Ilzyology foolt goze on to they Aint got iliilerent parties" in Wl,u"1,um hiimorouii murv. lo be entitled the leading illutratcd newspaper in America. in Xasbville, are With tho family of Mr. J . in jj uuiik.h". Woodford recently "Hierl.i. form ofa Tarasion; the l.att Ailiitnre Tltr fairnekS nt it editorial clnlelH. on etirreat l'olonUtof gave man that nature, but to avoid sin 110 yuse to no about Hrancs an Bind an jiolitics has for it ihn respect and confi M. Cook and will spend the holidays of corn for tbu Mcliraycr ot he KninounTatUriii. ' The miry will be tian. dcnceol all cirucu readers, and the variety and impartial He said, "Let every man havo his own Hoans nohow and jest Wuht hcv It it 1,'J00 barrels lated by Henry Jame and illustrated by Koi excellence of its literary conUnts which include with them. Mr. James Allen shipped serial and (hurt by the best wife." J ust so with every faculty given aint nise fur Citirlstono such tilings an distillery atJl.'J") per barrel, delivered at andV Mjrbach D. lloell will contribule a necle.le in ular authors lit ittoric the pertual of and most popd tlepot. of stock yesterday, lor from hero 11 ol the three juria and I afuadio llearn a noxelclte in two widest ranqe of tastes and pursuits. peopleWeekly man. A perveisiou, as before stated, is my gurls liez bin Haze Nise mi wif never The It. K. Harrow's lenl estate was sold pans entitled "V lima," hiindvmily illu'trAttil Mrs. i. K. HulVinau, of Liberty, after supplements are of remarkable, variety, ii.terest what caiibes sin. We mean to use any Noed such fool slut an she is just as good by tlto conintissionor yesterday ns folIn ill'.iitratoil paper, touching subjects of poemn and and value. No expense is spared to briiijt the quite a protracted spell of illness, came or all of those natures enumerated by hurl sturii-and In a wif as I want An shele raze Cane with lows: His homo place of 0(1 acres to timely articles, theiuMagazine will maintain It holiest order of artistic ability to bear upon the illustration of the changeful phases cf home and up yesterday, her llrst visit hIiico July well known iltilld.ird, tbe Savior, which are about 12 or lo yu If yu doiiut stop it. fiir'lgn hiilory. A .Mexican romance jrom the Mrs. It. K. Harrow at J.'Jo.Ol pur acre, ice last. Mra. J. lb (5 recti isquitesick. Mis. pen of I human A Janvier will appear in the " "yores trewly things that proceed out of tho heart of Weekly in house in Stanford to J, X. Menefee for is on tho niond V. "W'eatherford G. John-yoteach"1)i:.k I hope as to my man. The bible Is full of such Per tar: 1!J0 and (iOJ acres of land in the Deep again. Mr. K. C. Hopper, secretary of .$ 01) will ilog him just as ofliit as you kin Well Woods to Dryant Hobbs for $00. ing. See Judas, Simon, Annanias and 11 Harper's M.ijoiine the Latonia Club, of Covington, apont host of others. Per Yeai : .., 4 Harper's Weekly J. K. W'.wikk.w Ileus n bad boy John iB. Altho I've Tho Ilarrodsburg Democrat repoits Harper's llazar Harper' Wetkly Thanksgiving with his little daughter, v.:.,.! 4 on J4 o X$v. .)tli, 1WJ. Tills day I nm Ki been in the habit of teacbin him myself, the sales of toveral lots of light cattle at Harper' , oo Harper's Magazine 4 Yours People Mellie. Misses I.011 Hocker, Ll.zio Pro old. Harper s llazar it seems to me he never laru auitbing , 4 oa L'l to !J and says that Jerry Fields, of ami Messrs. J. It. Cook and James Allen yeais ,., 1'iotaet free to all siibscribin in United State), Harper's Ynung People 3 00 ids spelling is ottragously detlshent. Wal(!a., bought at Coleman it Son's Canada or Mexico. Wo can went to Uradfordsvillo Sunday. free to all oibsiribcrs In t'nitjd Scites That was a brave boy, who, hearing lop him well ser, and you will receive stable, 13 mules at fiom $0 to 100 per The Volumes of the Magazine beKl" with the t anad.'i or Mexico. not learn thu attraction for so many re- soi no companions swear, loft them, say- my thanks. 'I he first uith and December f each year bead, and 8 mures at $73 to $1-- 3 per numbers for Junespecified, subscriptions will be number Volumes of the Weikly lejjlnWhen the lime trips. MiHS.Snllio Klkln, daugh- ing: "You'll Hwear without mo." That for January of each year. peated no V.S. What accounts for John being liend. Ilarrodsburg has h whisky en- - When no time i of re isiuentionod, subscription will begin with the gin with the number current at the lime ter of Capt. JSlkin, of Lancaster, is with was a bravo boy, who, urged to tell a Jie, sich a scholar is that he is my sun by my nuiul cr current at tin e ol receipt of order. ceipi of order. loons, Hound olitmes of Harper s Weekly for three Mrs. Lusk. Wo understand she is Hound Volumes of Harper Maganzo for three a lie for thous- wifu's fust husband." said: "I wouldn't tell .Southwestern U not generally known that Stnde yuan back, In neat cloth binding, will te sent by years uacK in neat cloth binillnui will lm tent by It obtaining an art class here. Wo and dollars." Sel. of 'll pit .paid or by express free of expense proreceipt of $3 per volume Cl.nli Journal of Education. S., is the most remnrkablo mare of her innil, postpaid on freight cents t nch by mail poi.paid. cues for bindlnc 50 Matfazlnc, alphabelical una vided the vin nine docs not exceed per volume' wish her nuccess. Mr, Will Hocker Harpers IniUx to age in the world. Shu lias started in 10 He is Chilli uses for each volume, suitable for blnd- A terriile cyclone swept over n porspent Sunday with his parents. lytlcal and classified for vuluinva from I to 711 Hugh F.lliott went to the home of ln. races, was (list in 14, second in one and frou June, 1850, to June, 165, one vol , Ollll will be sent by mail postpaid on receipt of i operator lor the C. S. It. lb Caiter llnyden, at Somerset, where his tion of lleauford county, X. C, Friday third in one. Kl.o got a pint of tho 8vo, cloth, J. RcmiUnni.es should be nude by postotllcc money Itemittances should be made by iMittouiie iniinttiunti mdtiri ntwl miltltlHP leaving death and destruction in its order tr draft l'i avoid chance ol loss. purse in every race in which she started. ey order or draft to avoid chance of loss -- It is stated that an Lnglish syndl- - J a , , Newspapers are not lu copy this advertisement cnl llny,U.ll.l tir0at, his path. Nine persons weru killed and '20 Her record now is i.':13j and no other Xcwspjpern are not to copy tins anveriisement without ll.c express ordir 01 Harper & llrethcrs, , , . a proposes to form a ..,. odd wounded, while many thousands of theexpresaoraerri narixr.v uromers. cato with 1)rtrftino,ir-ddress , HAKPI.R ft IIKOTHEIIS, trotter, living or dead, can show such without ,...v .', ..." 4 IIAKl'I'R llltOTMKKS. Addrent countiy of New York. ti New York mineral water trust in this 81 dollars worth of property was destroyed. winnings in m) many races. -I- tcglster. a hovV U$ then made his escape. V I I '.. ('i Col. A. M. Swopc's Will. Tliu following paper was mlmltted to probate in tbe county court yesterday: 1, A misted M. Swope, being of sound and disponing uiiml and memory, do hereby make and publish tbis, my lant will and tetitameiit, luvokingany and all other wills and testaments I may hereto-- ! fore have made. I hereby apgoint and constitute my ' V. M. and J. II. Swope,' two brothers', joint executors hereof, and either may i act should one die or rcfuso to qualify I and no bond shall be required, of them or either of them, and this will shall' be probated in the Lincoln county court, 1 Wo Intend to M Things ! S. L. POWERS & CO. Great Cut Price Sale, j ' - tis t, - i rais-Hop- Give thePeople the Best The Pioneer Cheap Dry Goods House l.j ..r ,, ,!, wi-e- .,. - ,. .. ,,,, de-degr- ee - iint j j we-wil- ;- , ". 1 .... . iti ...p zmmz S. L. Powers Oo.'s iEE! Bargain Store, H.g.RUPLEY,-- - ec l'"l i3 1 11 T" iu '.. 1 "-- wh ,;S! 1 1 ... .... ..... ,W ,.,..,,,,,' ..... "h '' FALL AND WINTER GOODS. 1 ""1 1 - -- x- INE & IV1ENEFEE, Lallis, Shingles, Etc., BOOHS AIvTD BIiXlSTDS car-loa- d i ,....... nlluu .....:...,. 1 1 J EOUaH AND DRESSED LUMBER, J ii. SASH, Brackets PATENT WIBE AND SX.AT FENCE, first-cla-- 1 1 1 '",..."1 .;. j -.. . ,... i- - ",. WARNING. I Harper's Magazine, bhali-speare , iffl Harper's "Weekly, 1 r ... two-year-o- ld 1 car-loa- t, M.: Harper's Periodicals iS-i- Harper's Periodicals c e, e 111 1 ll I 4 f ,1 wm-ltiw- 1 trusts. . si 1, ... - . v ,4 SEMi-WEEK- LJ iNTEeiORJOAL : 4 v r--- dTANJXRi,'KY., DkcrMhku 3. iS W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC ICKE. lor County Jiidje, THOMAS W, VAKNON " County Attorney, JOSEPH II l'AXTON ; Count? Clerk, OEORGE It. COOPEK; " Sheriff, J.N. MENEFEE; " Jailer. SAMUEL M. OWENS; " ' Asiesjor, K. D. KENNEDY; Sup'tof Cammon Schooli, W. K McCI.AltV Survejor, HARRY A EVANS; Coroner. ARCH CARSON in f-- v fr wr.- - p; ;i C FUN AND FRIVOLITY. Robert Young, father of Col. H. Young, died at his home in JesTnirrii told now does not shame th samine, aged 8G. dovll, but as a ntelty It attracts his at Main St., M. SAIJNGI-K- , Five tons of nitro glycerine explo d tentlon. Tin: unmarried, women of tho country ed near Oil City, Pa., killing three men. will undoubtedly bo much interested In Bucklen's Arnica Salve and shaking down many houses. Judge Trippe killed himself at At tho work of tho Patrons of Husbandry The bet mIic In tlic ortil fur cut", brulitt, "It Is tho partings In this till rh am, fxtet oie, Utirr, chap lanta in a fit of despondency caused by give us pain."' sadly tdngs a world tha" torn, poeU It it ped nanus, chilblain., enrrt aua all tkln crup his failure to get hold of his wife s fortho meetings, too. If you don't believe-thi- tlon and po.itirely cure pile, or no pay reqmr tune. usk tlio man who has a nolo tc ed. It ii guaranteed to ci perfect tatitfaction, -- Congress convened yesterday, but meet, or money relundrd I'nce J centt per Loi. nothing of interest will be done before of Yocno man, do not bo deceit ed. Yom I'or ule by A R. i'ennv, Stintonl Ky conduct the holidays, save the appointment of best girl doesn't euro half so much Renews Her Youth. about you getting n mustache raised as committees. be to O Io a sho docs nbout your getting your salary Mr. l'hrebe Chetley, Peters n, Clajthe truth of A mad woman in New Hampshire fell the fallowing remarkable itory, throw another into a bnth tub, turned on raiseu. which i.Yuuched for by tne retidenttof the town, A rLO.VTi.Mi newspaper paragraph says I am ; year old, liae been troubled null Vidney tho water and held her down until she that a Halifax lady, aed eighty, has complaint and lamenet for many ) ear, could not was drowned. just begun taking piano lesson". Even drcx mytetl without help .Vow I am free from Mayor of tho old and feeble can get square llenrv Newell, son of tho with pain and torene.t andam able lo do all my own owe my thank to hlcciric Ilittet Mnysville, was killed by John Thomas their neighbors when they go about it homework. Oils, School Books, Wall tor having renewed my youth and remoted coin because he made disparaging remarks right. pletcly all diteate and pain. Tryabuttle 50c and low first-clas- s A ladv of Mississippi determined Jl, at A. 11. 1'enny'a Drug Sloie. The first annual report of Postmaster nbout his wife. goods. good nine years npo nerer to marry a man 11 years to do -- U'st Miller, a colore.! boy cr.ntnpllon Incurable? General Wann.naker has been given to peniten- - who either smokes, drinks, swears, best workman-lik- e i,' Krad the fondvln!:' Mr. C II Xtortu, Ncoark .;,!.. ..iwt years of age, was taken to thoIrft.l if i ,.,. i.i. uses slang. martff.rt'lt ..... chows orand thinks of She is not com- Ark., "Wa don with Abeof l.uni,style. Very IIUIII VIIIIIU.I .fitlltl .,.' .,;.,..:..,. t,w.r..i ,!, i, ti.iry ft. .in flidtnti vw ... mill i. .,...:.,......, Ul ried yet" making a lillUb I1U DlllltVlll; IMJIJI i. ft III lllll W . nnd frlcniln and pli)klan pron un.rd nic an in I yeni for stealing 515. promise) if she geU a chance. 'think ho knows it all and his predeces Hegan taking Dr. Kmi:' culable contumptlte could not be ob-- i An unbiased jury "Ami I wunt to say, 'To my husband,' New DiKovrry for comiiraption, and am now on fors nothing. He advocates penny postaitied in the Showers wife murder case in an appropriate place, "' said th m third bottlu, and Aht tu oeree the work on tage, but thinks it wont do at present, made." It l the finest medicine atKlizubethtownand 100 men were sum- widow,vin conclusion, to Mab, thograre-ston- o my farm.Middleman flecatur, Ohio,cer "Had Je-myf and thu public will ngree with him when man. "Ycswm," said Slab. And it not been for Dr. King'. New Ductverj for con, moned from Louisville. atnption I would have died of Lun( Trouble. it reads that there is a deficit in bis de- ol Stern fc Stern, New York jewelers, tho in'Wrlption went on "To my hus- Wat given up by doctor., Am now in beat M. of $5,454,017.ol, the largest paittneut band, In an appropriat" place." mplc tattles free at A health " fry it have failed for $75,000, without assets, since the war. The number of postotli-cc- s The Other day a teacher In n school I'enn'. drutfitorr rid of their stock before showed n in the country is given at Aj),000 and having gotten little (jlrl a picture of a fan, Thomas II. Iteed, tliti new .Speaker, and asked her what it was. Tho little tlio uiimliur fif iwiuful - ii irilnvi.fi ft l.'ilUJIV making tlmassigumcut. i , ... , ... " "- '"" J i ... "" to is Iwrn in Portland, .Maine, October 18, -girl didn't apin-a- to know. "Whntdoes Up July he nndCUrkson had fired your mother do to keep her cool In hot ls"!l. In 1S(0 he grailuatetl at Hovidoiu ,,,c ft O'tO.nf tliniii mi.l tll'il.lfii it ii jiHtimj. r lurK " ,"",,,,,",;vu"",,,u in boU,e8 "'Kularly or to order from house weather?" asked tho teacher. "Drink College. From 1870 to 187:! he ww Atted that fully 00,000 have walked the' beer," was tho prompt reply. torney (tenenil of Maine. During the plank at his command. He recommends to House, us is iiuiie nun iiiiik. "Bv tho way," satd a city belle to her next ten years he was city solicitor of Four children were playing in a tnuu1 onvimrc lifinka ru'pitiiRA if in l!n. country cousin, "send me a bouquet of Portland. nt Elbotavllle, W. Va., when a keg golden-rod- . I want to paint some." - glish, you know, and expresses n desire ' '' a powder exploded, killing th.eo of "There's no uso in your trying to impossi-'o- f BogK'a Ohorry Oough Syrup toget rid of Sunday work so far as ""-'r- 10 prove on It," was the reply; "nature did I. giving tplendid .ati.faction to ihe tiode and hie, so that everybody can go to Sunday t,ien' anU fatall' Goods, Boots -- While playing with a revolver Josie a mighty neatstroke of puiniing herself the .ile are potinvely inarvelou., whuh can be Shoes, Groceries, school and plav the hypocrite like hoil when sho put tho finishing touches on accounted lor in nu other way except that it it Welsh shot Charles Wait at West Eliza'Wooden ,loe8 golden-rod.- " without doubt the best on the market. Ak for beth, Pa., killing him instantly. They tho Willowware, $c. r Tiiiikk different waiters ata Southern and be uri jou get tlie genuine Wc keep it A. Tiik Minneapolia Tribune building were havo been married in a fow weeks, K. Penny, Druggitt hotol asked h little, prim, precise HarTho family cat of W. A. Hayburn's vard professor at dinner in quick succesburned Saturday night, when all the) A Good Oouffh Syrup. Four editors, household at Glen, Pa., went to sleep sion if ho would have soup. A Httloan-noypforce wns at its busiest. Tlwre it nothing purent. should be o Lareful visit- - upon the face of his infant daughter in three compositors and one or two ho said to tho last waiter who about at telccling a coujh ayrup. Ilcggt' Cherry Go there andet ourXm lit I'irviit p. rtinan Next Jior llntite ors lost their lives, because of the miser- - tho cradle and the child was sufibcated. asked: "Is it compulsory'.'" "No, sah," Cough Syrup cotl. no more than the cheap and inanswered our friend n..d brother; "no, ferior no.trLmt thrown on tho market. 'Ihe bct Tho residence, tobacco and stock ahle construction of the buildinif. whoso ' none too (jood, be ture and get I1KGGS" CM KK It V only menus of egress wns a dark, narrow barns of J, 11 Wallace, in IlourHon, 8un- i nnn nam iiiock uirtio. A S,:'A Us- ,Di; w,'t 1,,, afitoro COUGH SVKUP VVekeepitoii hand at all Tho fire originated on the were set nfiro Satuniay and burned. , stnirwav. A K Penny, Druggitt. line third floor and tho men were on tho Loss including SO.OOO pounds of tobacco IMSlB;iI1In. goM fish edjJ0 of Hevonth.fco they had no chance for their t -' VWO. Parties in lnidon have recently purseized it and kh. a pi:ir. For wir.il Tho National Silver Convention at days tho poor thi.i'j lay ut tho bottom of chased L'00,000 acres of land adjoining lives except U) jump to tho fiozen street E. T iJE-VElLbelow. Kvuiyone who did it was smash-- ' St. l.ouis passed reoolutions asking for tho ti.nk and p:.r.vd l:J:o u 1 ret I dog. tho lands of the Aiiiciican Association. .TDZRTTGO-IS'..! into imln. Tim ln is lanru and on- - the free coinuL'e of silver tlollars and It oofor ehamj d to j. t blaol:, and tho This purchase has boon made by F.nglish-inetook stops for thu organization of Nation- - owner of thatoirtt'i has sworn off for J v about half covered bv insurance. Yeat n cost of spl,."00,()00. Tho whole DRUGS, BOOKS, keeps. STATIONERY, I reports place, tho fatalities at 'J3 al and Suite silver leagues. 1'(K),IMKJ acres will ho eiilitroded bv terdnv's Hi: "And are 3011 suro that I am tho V rfi' ' is becoming as popular as l or more and the loss at 1:500,000. capital. These lauds lie east of thu FANCY ARTICLES, &C flretnnd onlyrmn .ho everkisRed you'.'" exo "w. 'jn' HfArru It's F.nglish, yon know, in She "Of column I am hurt. You do not Association lauds ami in the counties of v J'hyncians ire. ripnoi.s President's Messige was not dt- - a match between Princeton and Yale, doubt my word, do you'.'" lie "Of Hell and Harlan. Middlesboro News. compounded, Tin: t-1 V 'VBw ! livered to Congress yesterday, but tlio the former club won, 10 to L Over ttf,- course I do not doubt your word, my darf j? What A Fortuno ling. I love you too madly, too deoted-lTho 000 peoplu witnessed tlio game, dmiment will be ventilated ew uri'.mart for that. Hut why, oh, why did you :i UOkI hiultliy, xailf kkm Secretary Windoin has decided to dispatches say tlint it- will recommend, reach for the reins tho very Instant 1 uf thu iih'itt lime It iac. for a ilnoidtrru litir lo THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, under tho guise of a national election reduce the number of National Hank ventured to put onn arm around you if caiiM- Lluicliei on the face, and a dark Kxcuty Vin. a measure to deliver tho South, jpositorieB and tho amount of public CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. fine bottle of HKI.OS' III.OOD I'UKIKIEK and you had never been thuro before?" III.OUI) .MAKKK will reitsre tlii organ lo iti and bound, to tho Federal nu-- ! eys kept therein, the first call being for l'ver brought to thit market. Pricei lower than GASTRONOMICAL GRIST. natural and healthy ttatc, and cleaiue the blood thorities in Congressional elections. But January 15, 1890, for 10 per cent, of their the loweu. Watchet, Clock and Jewelry He. It it niectini; with wonderful of all impuriUe paired on thortjnotice and warranted. the rads can't pass ft if the democrats holdings. Ciiki'.hi: is said to digest itself, but it , aucceia. V iruaranlett every bottle. A. It ' Tlio manufacture of cigarettes great- - is unwise to give it too much to opera to are up to smid. I;rujiit. lv increased durinu the last flscnl year. upon. in Graves T,,e who,0 muher m,i0 wa8 "lol.olO.-- i UiihuSHiiiiKO, 7o years of age, was Caiuiauk, onions and cauliflower aru county as leaves in Valambrosia. Tho ;m() uml of ci):ars :l(sn7,:8oI40. New threo vegetables that usually announce draped by a runaway horse near Warsaw, and so seriously injured that he .Monitor has announcements oi lour can-- York nn(, ptiniwvlvaiilii 'lead .'in tho thciiibolvos boforo dinner is served. Patent OlHco reports are not so tire- died. didates for county judge, two for nttor-- l some us tho everlasting articles in tho The Hatfield, condemned to die to noy, 8 for clerk, two for superintendent Frank McArthur, son of Judge " press as to tho "best way to cook day at I'ikeville, will not bo executed. of schools, 10 for jailer, o for sherifl' nnd of Washington City, committed The court of appeals has to pass on his 7 for ussessor witn the election 9 months suicide by jumping from a limited It becomes ijulto an interesting ques- case yet. jflBaaVH V H M A ofl. Hro. Ilrigps has evidently got n on tlio Pennsylvania road near tion how long hotels and restaurants" James T. Uott, Carml, 111., Suya: can "keep" lobster salad in tho congold mine. 111. dollar! doctor's bill for tho Potomac river, while tho train was He uid uife in one year and one bottle of lliadliclil'ii running at full speed. Ho had been on venient ico box. A iiECisiox by a Colorado court put Aiitici.ks attesting tho ofllcauy of lie Keculator did her more good than all a spree, UaaaL. oysters and alUrming tho antiquity of tho medicine, die hud taken before, II, Dale, $2,000,000 into tlio pocket of Judge At Osgood, Ind.,J.I)obsoiishotatliis their benefit to health aro onco more in dniHintt, Carini, III, Write llradfuld Kt'Kiilaior Kucker. As it is ii popular belief that five times through a win-- d circulation. Co., Atlanta, (ia , for parnculari. Sold by money makes the man, Joo Hlackburn A K Vciiuy, Slanford w, but missed him, when tho old man PiiAiun: chicken is gamo very much will not bo able to gel out of lighting seizd nn uxe and overtaking the fleeing priced by our foreign visitors, somo of DBUNKBNNE8S-TH- B LIQUOR HAB Ilucker next time 'because ho is not a nssnssin, chopped his bend open. n whom never seem to havo an ''elegant IT-- In all tho World there 1b but one gentlemun. euro, Dr. Haines' Qoldon Specific. hnd beaten his wife badly and the sufficiency." It can begivtn in a cup often or coffee without Tub troublo with tlio baker's mlneo The Chicago Globe thus refers to a old man had taken her away from him. of the knowledge of tho person taking It, ellectlnj a pio thut tho Ingredients aro Tho Haltimoro Sun puts thu high li- - bestisquality, nnd koroseno seems not bo needvnnd nermanent cure, whether Ihe patient nulntet, which is heels over head in thu to soup: "With winter staring them in,Cunsc ouestion in that city tlitis: Which used instead of brandy and sherry. i a moderate drinker or nn alcoholic wreck. cured who' have the face, Doin Pedro, Gen. Houlanger, j is better, U.OOO saloons with $lo0,000 That ancient story of t)io unsophisti- 'Inoutaiida of diunkiirdi Specific been llieir coffee Will keep constantly on hand a largo and aelectflline of Furniture In Mahone, Gov. Foruker and C rp. enuc, or 1,200 saloons with $1,000,000 cated woman who sent back her dish of have taken the Unlden and belle e they without their knuwledue, and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as 8nr.hVVnr,ria - stowed terrapin, with a request for ,imt ilrlnkini- - of flit ir own fienwill. No hurmfti - nW. .)-- . v v HH revenue. Kverybody except the prohiTanner are all out of situations." be bouht tho cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- bition cranks and tho keepers of small "somo of tho breast," is on Its rounds S&.rsu Murtiii F. Tuppor, the alleged poet groggeriea would choose tho second plan again. vmcett tnat sen lower than tne lowest. uact 'siVtVi, cinciniwii, 6. suggested by tho Sun. and philosopher, ia dead at London. Hen-ne- tl Ukru, of Maine, was ns predicted, nominated on thu nieond ballot for speaker by tlio republicnn caucus, held Saturday, nnd yesterday was elected to While preside over tbe 51st Congress. it was generally admitted that Heed would receive the honor, it is a matter of general surpriso that his opponents showed so little strength, but it is accounted for on the grounds that many of tho members were afraid to declare their real choice in the face of Heed's almost certain election. He is a vindictive man and it would have done him good to have turned down those who voted against him, when he goes to On the lirst make up his committees. ballot the vote stood, Heed 78, McKin-ey- , of Ohio, .",9; Cannon, of Illinois, 22; Burrows, of Michigan, 10; Henderson, of Iown, 10. On the second ballot Heed jot 85, McKinloy only holding his own of the other candidates. The Kentucky rads both got left, Wilson voting for McKinloy nnd Finley for Henderson. Quay's man, McPherson, for clerk, was then named over Carson, both of I'ennsyl vania, by 11(5 to 50. A. J. Holmes, of Iown, was then chosen for Sergcant-at-Arm- s with but 13 votes against him. there was an animated For contest between C. W Adams, of Maryland, and James W. Wheat, of Wisconsin, when tiie former won by one vote. Wheat was then rnudo postmaster. He v. C. B. Hamsdell, of the Northern Presbyterian church, was chosen to do the praying for tho wicked body and the cau cus adjourned. Heed is a dictatorial individual, who has the courage to attempt most any revolutionary method, hut if the democrats have any grit, and we assume that they havo, they will teach him a lesson early in the action that will be of Listing advantage to him. door-keep, i Qs the tflblo oUsch member of wns laid yritordnjr n bopy of atfllU nVUo,L lmil-- wlilMiithrti cmvernmoni printing ollire ha just issued'to giy'tho testimony in the 13 contested election will eoiiiu before the cases, which buly. It is a waste of much valuable tinui and tons of good white paper If the republicans can do it, they will give the scats to their party contestants, right or wrong, testimony or no testimony, so the book is absolutely of no value to any one but tho junk dealer. It is said that the Speaker will refuse to recognize those members with the proper certificates, if there is a contest in their cases, but ho will hardly have the hardihood to adopt so revolutionary a course. The minority, which is only three less than the ma jority, knows its rights ami will maintain them. Tho republican ascendency hangs on too slight a thread for them to Attempt to carry out the plans thoy had hoped to force. They will have to go slow n.id mighty slow at that. , Con-ri-m- h If there is no further hitch in the courts, the ilrst legal execution by elec ., tricity will occur at Sing Sing, N. next week. The dynamo has been placed in position and the icsult of this al leged humane method of disposing of criminals will bo watched with much interest. Tho frequent bungling efforts of tho hauirman has made, his occupation unpopular with the philanthropists, who think the electric method the surest antl least painful one by which to take a life for a life. NEWS CONDENSED Matthew Banks was hanged at city, X. C, for rope on a white Klizi-het- lt Baptist Perraeand, Impuilifroja n tower loOffect high nt ow,OrleaBs,!uut lie won't do so anymore. He broke his buck. Tho Court of Appeals has decided that chool trustees do not have to tako a vote of the people, to order a levy for or imfunds to build a prove it. Tho terrible conflagration at Boston in 1872 came near being repeated Thursday. Fire broke out in tbe namo quarter it did then and for six hours it raged, threatening to destroy the city, "'ix blocks were burned, covering two acres of buildings, and the loss is more than by $5,000,000, covered about insurance. W. II. IJarvey was huijg at (iitclph, Ont., Friday, for the murder of his wife nnd two 'daughters nnd fearfully, did he pay tho penalty. The execution was a piece of brutal bungling. The nciuht which lifted tho body was not heavy enough and thqsealfold not high enough to give suliicient rebound to break the neck. Tho struggles and contortions of tho victim were frightful ns he slowly strangled to death. An eminent member of tho Society of Friends, on visiting a lady of rank, whom he found six months after the death of her husband on a sofa, covered with black cloth and in all the dignity of woe, approached her with great solemnity, and, gently taking her by the lintul, thus addressed hen "'So, friend, I see, then, thou hast not forgiven God Almighty.'' This reproof had such nn ellVrt upon the lady that she. immediately laid aside her violent grief and again entered on the discharge of the duties of life. F. (5. Wilson. f. profession-nk'jiiinpf- y, 9 - THE L0UISVI 3 a. (3? HO I t a ; 3 TfO v J E'STOll t 1 rI f r.fjr. school-hous- e Where Santa Claus Has Arrived With such a bewildering assortment, of Jfoliday Goods sunk as Plush Albums, Toilet Sets, InTi Stands, JHush Paper Boxes, dtUostraph .Albums, Plash Work Boxes, Bisque Ornaments, Broom Cases, Initial Handkerchiefs, Silk Umbrellas, a gorgeous display of Perfameri.es pat up in fancy cases, Baskets, rases, $c, and a host of articles for two-third- s e . CHRISTMAS PRESENTS s, girl. numerous to mention. It is time to think about Christmas. Our buyer has been working and thinking for montlis and tou, will be astonished at the great quantities of handsome and useful Christmas Gifts you. can bay m our store. To make room for these Holiday Goods we arc compelled to sell our stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoe's, Rats, Caps. Trunks, Carpets. .Vat-tingc'c. , at halt their value. Take notice of a, few of oar cat price is: bwpers of JHus for o cents; a box of Jfair JHfis oc, worth 10c; an it nporled Tooth Brush JOe. worth 9.Zna.Jme box of I1 ace rowder Jul t, worth 20c; a box of Swunsdown Powder. including a. bottle of Volone. ZUC WOrth. AiO.' n. hull nF lIMC1 UV tV'JU LtfUl t.ln.vnl. .,11 ,..... r' w wir , 71 our ziapie uepartment good tea Island rjCotton 20 yards for SI' ood in uuuuoicacnca uouon JU yards A "',"!, $1; good bleached CottonJ"'1"1" ?f wide 7c per yard. The Greatest for a full yard cut in Jf la nnels, Jeans, Blankets, Comforts, $r. We want all oar customers to secare os many tickets as possible on the Organ, which will be given awa.y with every dollar's worth of oods. $200 Too C 1 J 9 m., g 01 6,2 Stanford. w Milliliter. ulcf-ri- , s HaviTjtpuvchased the interest , I Full gStock Mr. Sagg, J will the business at the old stand, where f shall pleased supply the wants of all former and new patrons from a 2of I I I ..' Paints Paper. Jewelry and Silverware at prices, for Jeweler, ready I have a watch and jewelry repaits in the respectfully, Drugs I - W. B. MoROBJaVTS. e j - i J0NESBR0S., General Merchandise, Full Slock of Holiday Goods. ic . AOMnFurira,.,u..c; -- r The only Store Stanford that suits the Farmer; ' i 4 -- , "!" Dru and Fancy Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, and j d, - - j A9 111 PENNY, & 9 j . 1 n -' J 1 Fool-bal- base-bal- l. SSr lte&-T s i -. to-da- y ' - 1 I ' do-ha- - inon-gagge- d ' Pen-ii)- i 1 ..... ..., NEW r, terra-Din.- FURNITURE WoMF MA'IDK BHWMcX lMW wSKWOmi i ox-pre- thirty-on- e I'e-i- n fntlier-in-ln- Drujj-H- 1 4 Dol)-so- I Ml! JrwmmWwS i rev-Ge- n. i I I I ' -- is , toyrr Ii ',T, f?Tj mVgji iJEMI-WEEK- w 'U MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Tnucold wnvocamo as preiUcted and pro- since Friday, beautiful wentber has There wero o.'l lnarriaRes in Cincin- 4. vailed, beiiiK clear and cool. nnti on Tbaiiksftivinf,'. " i NlOK FluiidiiiiriiiiKUit -eiitr per dor., .' Mr. David It. Hamilton and Miss I . . . . . . Mk. Ikk l'uiu.ies has lost about 50 , , , ,, . Stanfoiid, Ky., OxoKMnnR 3, 1881) nl S. S. . . ,. , bojis from chelera. '1 he bulled burzard, .. .. Xor n lioof of stook csxeupt phm spoken of several issues hro, visited bis lmu. llMmo' of ito:,nnd. huro yesterday. on place in search of carrion llesb. Annil.,.r bus. MonoRor wuh llui innrket ilt .....Vrv TltllflT. 1,000 ynrU of lloiliilt) WtMtll the T.. fWrinhnm f ..swniiLWr I'lilllllN tllllt Hartford when F. L. Felix, ofDun. mw . ... t i.. i o j iriccu ni m cuius per yum ai n. Herald, and Miss Hettiu MEANS IUSINESS. Bprjn8 C()t Trlplutt lllH jiTH&Co. h vieus county, whiclt pnxlnct'H u wtltH can, of Mcllenry, will unltu their deswo..... A. H. . VVe nrp 8(jIo BBets fof tu) C(.,e,)rM(l(, similar in every respect to our Crab Or- - tinies. Mr James CoU'ey, of Lincoln conn- Watciiiw ami jewelry repaired anil CleniifiiHt Hosiery, miamnti'tf.! Htnlnhm chard production. Lty, and Miss Sallie Cotl'ey, who resides it Son. warranted. A. H. Funny. I.v anothur column will bu found a no near this place, wero married on tliu Tjik host plnco to buy drupt, patent F. M. Sims was exIiibitiiiK his quilting tice of tho salo of Mr. A. 1. van de Wa- the 10th inst., Dr. W. U. Hartley oflicia-tin,'- . rcCiiirinrH nml toilet urticler. is nt A. H. machines to an in ter's farm and other property, which he attachment They will move to their home in l'tiiuvV. will dispose of to return to his home at Lincoln county soon. Columbia Spec Gloves, rtltilllerH, liuv your school hookH, Ink, tablets, tcreMed crowd yesterday, He has been in this tutor. Haarlnm, Holland. paper, pencils ami school supplies of nil A nun., weight nine poumlH, ImH kinds fiom A. It. IVnnr. Owinjrto an error on the clerk's country about five years and during the 'added to tliu family of clever Mr. J. 11. time has made n number of fricmb-- . book wo stated that Mr. Harlan Carrier Ifntll..- - ... f!mti (irclniril. if w..... w FERSONAL POINTS. WV....W, OwIdk to various causes be has not was married to Miss Lena Carrier. KIdor Over-all- s, Uij.i'iK Huiito.n, of I'itlsburjf.is visit-11k sum to call on tm before hiiyinu found farming as profitable as lie imag- .1.0. Livingston performed theceremony UK ut IiIh father's. ' your clonkH for wu will Hull you any in ined, though he is not much the loser by and tells us that the bonnie bride was Miss Lena Klmore, daughter of Menefee thu venture.. . . Mia M.niK Cox, of Campbellsvillc, our stock tit cost. CHidcy t Crali;. .. in Suits, came up yesterday. Tub ileum Babe Hansford must bo the Fimore, deu'd. McKfliin. Uwhlkv & Ciiaiu nre oirerini; Wood, of Danville, in visitMihOii most popular youth in tliu county with Miss Mary Haines broke her neck tbeir entire otiK'k of cloaks at coht, t if ing Miss Annie Hail. the men as well as women of his raci. by fallingdown a stairs at Lexington. V Dk'kink'iv, of, llarbourvillc, you want to purcliace it will bu to your Da. .1. .raller Owens tells us that he is frequentA dime museum actor, weary of life, iidvanta;e to call on tbeui. lias been visiting bis parents. ly called on twice it day by the friends of took a novel way of riddimr himself of it. Mm J. T. I.vnn, of Louisville, wan in Wn.i. pay 0 ceiitH a pouml furnllyood, tho boy, who played the role of accomHe loaded his trick gun with sure enough turviimiiiK our merchants yesterday. live, miu kntitble turkeys delivered bere plice in thu Mit Fmbry theft, and that powder ami hall, instead of making beMas. Hks .Si'ai.dinii, of Lebanon, id on next Monday and Tuesday, Dee. l'tli tho majority of the calls are of a purely lieve, ami as usual asked n spectator to visiting her parontM, Col. nml Mrs. T. social nature. It would prove less trou- shoot at him. A man stepped forward, and lOtb. A. T. Nunnelley. took the gun and on being requested bv ble for Mr. Owens to place him on exbi. the professor to aim at his head, he did I'. D. Kknnkdv, aoHor, butt about Mita. Hki.i.k Huinhihk, of Iturlmurvillc, bition onco a day if tliu law allowed such so, and tiring, thu actor fell dead. IxM'ii visiting Mrs. George I). Wear-en- . completed bis work and finds that there has a movement. is about the kuiiu amount of taxable NEW ADVEHTISKMEXTS. .iBi.i.tco. Capt. Win. Geer, of the L. of Frankfort, property in tliu county this year as Inst, Mim. SuiML'Nti as usual. homu who was Mrs. Miller, linn been viilting when it was in round numbers $,00(V A N., spent Sunday at His train is now encHed at Jellico, 000. Melius here. where thu company is making many im .Missm Maiiv Hiiioiit and Annie It is telegraphed fiom Washington provements. Moru than u mile of side One 40 horic power Klne no: one MI-Hiitighliian bavi: gone to visit power Portable I'tilne; one Feed Crunher, all in that u hi row is on about the Altamont tracks will bu laid, an extra lare scales complete order Will tell any part a person ma (liveim. piwtolliee. Col. Cash Crooke, who with nt II. C. I'OVIh, will be put in and the finest wrought t iluckeyv, Ky Miss I.awnia Shannon, leading Iwly his men, almost all the mail at that iron turntable in the Statu. Thu captain of TlioniMN W. Keene, is playing in point, bad the otlicti till the Little Hud also tells us that tho negro Dave Alexan this week. 1I imbued darken to appoint a Mrs. who made a savage attack on him John M. Wii.ii out, night ngentat Liv- H rooks, who is said to be entirely incom- tier, otfer for rent my Itntcl in the luwn of l.a irat. bo tried to put him ingston, was down Friday and attended petent for tho business, ami thenSby not long ago, when trr, kneon ill the .Ma ion Heme, containing 18 oir his train, was found not far from rooms bcudc kitchen and other mitluiMinyv hs "Merrie Kid" meeting. hunpt the tale upon which the rumpus Williamsburg last week with a bullet lyaul hotel adjoint the court home aiidiirimedintu HOSIERY, opposite the new hritk livery liable of Walker It. (J. ltovi.K, of tliu Advocate, wan Hie foraged. Uni one hole in his bead, killed by some person 'ood y. Onlylur other hotel In the town and a " ,.. ... ....I ....... -- .I,,. I...,, ,.,...) ,,nr . openiiii; the right man Termt reasonan..w .." .....v ,,..,,-,.- .. (lf ..I,,,.,.,;,,,, unknown. ble Mn li J MASOX, court day with his presence Lancaster, Ky will givu a literary and at llustonville, of Brother TiiUBiippcr for tliu benefit Mas. J. K. Fahkis went to Danville musical entertainment at Walton's OpeMr. Barnes will be given next Friday night, Sunday tr see her brotlier-indaw- , ra House Tuesday niht, 17th- - Itbasbeen when an admission of 50 cents will be W. F. Kvans, who is very low. nivcn at Lancaster, Hiihtomillc ami persons and half charged for MkssiisS. II. lti'iiiM.N and L. M. llnrrmlsbur with much ruuvcbi, and to pricu for children. This will entitle a House & Lot of Miss Mary Myers, Uisley went over to Lexington Sunday highly ple.ised audiences. The parts are person to a full supper, which will con Now occupied by Mr O.N Ilradley, it for rent to attend the sale of thoroughbreds. ...i i... 1. ..,... ..ni..'., ..,....:.... ..:.i itt V Mas. Tnos. CiiSBiir, of llrodhead, who ivKriuii iiAiuiiirniiitii tm llui utiiiiu ktijtitlil . . n sist of eyerything good. Tho friends of lor the jcar 1830. I'oiuctiion Kiven JanuaryKy. 84 A. I). ROOr, Stanford ' Mr. Barnes everywhere are invited and canui down to attend the marriage of lier worthalone pneeof admission to see. returned those who wish to contribute who have brother, Mr J. 11. not been called on will please do so to , Saturday. homo aJ Mrs. J. W.Alcorn or Mm. I. M. Bruce. Mrs. H.ILOamnitt, our Hustonville,M-rvLlA meeting of the stockholder!! of the Missl Tiik reirt that J. CamplK-l- l Hays bad Danville Advocate ami Lancaster News Hank of llustonville will be held at their National banking correspondent, came down with house In llustonville on the secand Tuesday in the day dumped $10,000 in a Kansas City real will pleasu call attention to the supper January, 1S90, for thp purpose ot dieting nine di Kste lklu yesterday and rrctors to serve the ensuing sear .estate deal, is, we ate glad to know, tin- - ami send us a good crowd. with Mrs. (I. H. Cooper. 84 J. W IlOCKKK, Cashier. oriina-kin- s Somkickt 1'eiisonai.s. Dr. tJeorp" IVr-- ' true. Mr. Hays tells us that it A ratsoN harilly knows whether he is , unauthor-Xcnnrt family will leave this week for ted in the fact that an Meeting. doing a deed of charity or the reverse York to spend tho winter. Miss iwrt to do so, had signed Ids name to a when be assists with money or other Willie Cilbson Is nt home from her Cin- contract, which he repudiated as soon as A mn'titiK of the stockholders of the First Nawise those who ask alms. Friday a thin cmnati school. The business of Mr. (). he beard of it. A lawyer fiom Kansas tional Hank will be held at their urchin "worked the Stunlurd on the second Tuesday banking house in in January, 1890, Jn- H. Waddle has increased tosuch an ex-- City was hem last week to sen Mr. Hujh get- - for the purpose of electing clesen serve i the fact that he offered to take $1A0 town" and must have succeeded in the ensuing year that be has found it necessary to tent il 41 a!... ...... .I!.ii.aa i.aa.l ....lt..a.ll 84 JOHN J McROIIKKTS, Cashier ' ' ei.Ke the services of an expe.t female to compromise the matter shous that ; .....- .. .W.W " wlll.ri. hu ... I .1. ...1. I.. f. I. iiwi iiimji 111 .1... nisc, .hi.. Menoxrapher from iMIll liirKVyiiT. llieru is uic B,pk HMJJ ' t0 " ,lul no Hays is natnntlly quite indignant with Knoxv.lle, but joined four strapping men CITY AND VICINITY. the Huent, who bears the name of .lones. and with them went to .Innetion City. A meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln T. It. Walton's. II Miis. Maiii.mi Coxnoii bad a elose tall 'fliere thoyxot bi!inj dnink, but sobered National Hank will tie held at their banking bouse in Stanford on the second Tuesday in January, for her life .Vaturdny. Slit was mtperin-- i up sullieiently to return on the local 1800, lor the purpose of electing nine directors in of salt at T. Metealf's. I'iiksii ear tendini; tho making of lartl at the Myersl fruiulit tliat afternoon. One of the men serve the ensuing year. It. OWSI.rfY, Cashier. 84 J. I am prepared to kill ami dress hos Mouse and was standing by tho tire in then put on a deathly appearanee and for those wishing it done. Leave orders .the open air, when her dress took lite, tried to work on the sympathy ot our ' A colored man saw her danger and ell- - people, but;n fellow passenger gave the at my shop. M. F.Klkln. . ideavored to smother the flames, which trick away and lie got a justly cold shoulNkw lot of jewelry, watches and sil- - ,U 8cc,.wilMi n doing, not, however, der instead. We do not mention this inLand, Fine Stock and Crop. verwaro just received, aii snverare m Mn( several stance to prevent any onu from giving to nnor jiat sold will bo engraved at reasonable rat es. painful burns. In the excitement of the those in distress, but merely to caution twill fell publicly, before I go back to Europe V. 11. Mcltohcrta. on moment she lost her footing ami falling those who dislike to be Bulled. An in"&c. Stylish suits mado to order for $'20 also received several bruisea on the vestigation is tho safest way to prevent Dec. 2o,tli, 1889, by John II. Craig A Son, with Waua- - wrist and elbow. Shu is able to go it. My Kurm of iSi Acre of I'lue.Gravs Land, miles from Stanford, tne county wat Situated i maker it Urnwn, Philadelphia, and around, but still sutlers considerablyi CHURCH AFFAIRS. of Lincoln county, Ky . 0 nnlii. troiti Lancaster Hrownlng, Kiinr & Co., New York. Uanviilc, all uti good turnpikes l'res- and miles N.Miitow A negro boy, driv There were 8 additions to the (nunc buildinc I lie improvenunls are a of Walker t Doty's livery teams, byterian church fcunday 7 bv letter nml with hall, 6 rooms mid kitchen, two barns the W. C. Cash has brought suit against ing one one unx(v?Y4, with granary, corn crib and 6 boxmade it narrow eeapt from death Thttrs- one confession. es (ur hue horses, the ticiiitl 4040130 with 11 some of the parties alleged to have aliei Kid. W. C. Tliarpe has resumed the stall, bov room ir .ulvcs, l..i), tra lufivand of bis wife fiom him, day night. He came over to bring Mr. ated tbo aflections c ru cnii. .1. T. S.tndifer, who was going to Mid-- ' meetings at tho iMnvillu Christian Hie Farm is in a hlIi statu of mlt vation and placing the il'imsires nt S'iO.OOD each. acre Ihl.iK. .IIimIkho. nml lifter ilelii him iltiwn ehnreli. which were dUcoiltilllieil on at'- cm produce uvcrincidoA, 'lhere are 70 and 17 lur 00 fur lorn clover, in .icrct. letlticcd our prices on jiliihli U)W) Martf(1 lMi.ki J)ht fli hy Wllh v.m rnjlit and plenty of wood and Wk lime ,iH Hi,.knes4. o.t". Itnces are nil he giuund is iiiidul iting, r.U'er lrcl. iter jackets to M() and f II and on H'""" Homing the track on LtncaMer stieet.i s111.il as I will sell inv lull set lit lmnleiuints. llev. W. It. Dale, tin Atlanta 'B.tptiM . , Hinder, Mower Drill, Curn I'lanter Morrows, clf , n wtnmu atcloaks Ut"Jlf nml $I. ,i0 K) for the1 nreacher ischanied with livim: a dual Kake, Kolltr, Sleich Wipm, sprmi; Wimcn, i,.,r,.iv lll(i ,;. Owh- Raisins, Citron, Currants, rig's, Primes, Mince Meat, Oatmeal, Homford tolot this opp'iitunity t miu was then leaving the depot, tho life, having two wives and two sets of Tohsiri.o 1'reu, Cum hluller Muiianh Van Si.ales ditterent plows ute., clt., .. Craig. lev Also ix,ruo lbs. of llav S taik of Clover Hay horse caught his font between the rails children. Heisa printer in one town iny, Beans, Pickles, Canned Goods, Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, yith the ecd, a ruknf Straw anil nnu Household Furniture, the will .did fell, but loosed himself in time to and a preacher in the other. In the county court yesterday Ihr Hoik, a N'i t llnr-- c and C!arr.rd CI111I Alex C. Hopkins, State Mindny-lef- t nut of the way of the train. Tlds uld I'llly hv .Mesxtctiuer Chief n of Col. Swope, whiitli is printed else K't Mare, tint biiL'L'v with the bov in it in front .school Kvanuuliht of the Christian yenrliii; Filly by Ketitiy Wilkes, a horse Cult by Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, Butcher Knives, Salt, Sage, Pepper, where, was admitted to probate and . Ids ..r imp. Loudon, .1 Jersey Hull, (full ... . f, v. :.... ii iitiii Sn.ii.si i...P.vi. nniiuiu ximicu,i ni hwi fin . inctitiifd ur aw. IiIo'mI.I some Jerseyj Cows and Culvrv and 1 . i.t n...i in. lijotl lorsuitaliticdas exenios. Ul. l. "l liT i'w iiiu uini iinu wut iwi ii iiuii m....i. ' I.....!.........r, on ,,Tl.um. btei rs - - " """ Inl'. Hill. J.. I. Multobeits mitt .I.T. MacK- - "' "" "" Terms .,..... and1 on one lor the l'jnn time, withi..ili,'.ho cent, Coal Hods, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. Shovels, Tongs, &c. , 6 per ' woiii.i nmssari.y nnvo .... . go, .e., , . .n, and two year' v we:c appointed appraisers. The ex- interest and lien on tin' turm. Tor the stock, ', .1 owi been manuled as had v as the butrirv was tinti Sunday niitht. Kverybody tnvitetl implements, etc ,uinof $15 mid under c.v.h; on et:iiltora tsuuinto mu cnnio "i ' larger ainouuts 3 months' time at 6 per cent. All The boy was nearly crazed to attend. K. W. Jones was granted license to sell wrecketl. p.ipcr has to be acceptable nt the first National A hundred years ago, everybody wrs II. ink orManfoid fright its well as badly bruibed from whisky on prescription nt his ding stoie with Sale will betjin at 9 o'clnck sharp. required by law to go to church Sunday jumping on tho frozen ground. I T. m.llsii (ViKtioncer. at Rowland. 5- - & ot through L c4 l. A, r. van ilc VA I l.K, . when the preacher never of the "Merrie Ki ,l Tim meeting under three hpurs. Let us give thanks ' Thk Mcllihony Family, which appears with Miss Mattie Koohester at that we now havo the privilege of stay I hero Dec. -- 0, is a remarkable one. Mr. Club" Frilug away, when after tho first trial wo McGibeny and wife are natural, niusi. Iter pretty home, on Danville street, estate of night, was an entertainment as swell Unci n preacher too prosy, too long or L.All persons having, claims against the to me or ill present tlitin S. Withers, deed cinns, who have '2 children that have day my agent, properly proen. nn or before January as it was delightful. Tho older "class" too tiresomc inherited their talent to a wonderful deMrs JULIA A. WIl'liKKS. t.iBoo. kindly remembered by Miss '8j W FMcCLAKV, Agent. gree. Two of the eldest have married had been Tho James Logan farm of 40 acres any Rochester ami all of tho society people and their wives are also hnntly with T. R. WALTON. was bought by John M. Logan yesterday ISttrners. J. P. BURTON, Clerk. v.t.i.t ..f iiiutriimniit n well ns beini? ex- - wero invited, the majority of whom re . ,. . , ........ r KIMM ... ... .. o aa. oeau.y to , 0 oj.t, at $!!. ' The whole family ,." Lily on hand a cellent vocalists. The turf writer of the Advocate tak- and keep Coal in myNo quality of Jellico. at yards were beautifully yard Leave your orders Nut number 1(1 ami give an entertainment occasion, the L. M. L. said in this Yard or S. S Myers' atom and they will he attendnii..,l l tl...ir line. Tliav travel in lumimtted with Japanese lanterns, nmk- ing to heart what J II IIIUOINS, to ! of breed ed6j promptly. Slarford, Ky. ing tlm outside compare to boi.iu extent paper in regard to own Palace Car, said la have cost tbeir Garrard, lioyle, Lincoln with the biilhiincy within. .Miss Itocb- - ers of Madison, H'O.OOO. diseases, inch asScrolula, L leers, 1'iiiiples, Ulcn-teKKK'I' Sl'KCinC cures all Till oat ester, aistetl by Misses Hessio Iticlttirds and Mercer counties to making a race I'uce Ji per bottle. While Swelling, S philitic diseises in all its stages, Necrosis, .ki family me just in teeoipt ofletteis ,in,i Koxio Pennington and Mr. I). It. track in tho vicinity of Shelby City, with Tub MAVIS' lltUN till TKKS Is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tunics. It mres Dyspepsia and papers fiom Wmo, Texas, in regard Carpenter, did the entertaining and it is a view to increasing the interest in thor- IVIy Now House on Main St., it gives a keen appetite, enrlchiw the blood, rcijiilntes the liver and impart new energy to the muscles and nervous svstciu. Price $1 per bottle. apply to Mr W. of the and tiATLIKl".S to Mr. (i. 0. Hlggins.' death, whoso ro- nocdless to say that it was done with oughbreds and develop the latent worth Stanford, Ky. Tor term me at Danville, Ky. II. ical profession WORM SVKU1' it made itself lastit worm killers take, evpellera known to the medHuilins, Stanford, or to pleasant to It sale and ruliihle. I'rice 15 and therefore recommend LOTTIE N. HOI..MKS. mains were Intel retl hero last Tuesday. .fgnncy nml satisfaction. A delightful now dormant in this section, seems to 3, per bottle. nil Liver Co uplain's, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, flatly OAn.lFPS MAONBTIC 1'ILLS lor Ho was attacked with black erjipelm lunch served at 11 o'clock was boiinti- - think of lio.thliig but trotters, and Ac. Acta is cathartic, I'rice as cents per box Shelby City, ! g. Manufactured and lor sale to the trndu by the Qtiiltiii;;in a linger of his left hand, which spread fully partaken of by the happy young says no track is Heeded at the crowd reluu- - naming those nt Danville purely trotto his liodi, l.lllmg him in threo dayr. people uncr.it v' out Ky. WIUMAMSIIURG DRUG CO., of approaching death t mtly dispeised. A number of visiting ting tracks, and not vor enterprising :e Ho was coiiccious ivt. sinwrs Advocalu "man should lias bought the riht to sell the Dtirrka Quilting auds.iidtotho.se around him that he young Indies were present, including either. Tho in Lincoln, tiurr.ird and lioyle counknow Unit there is a "lectio" interest in Attachment was not afraid to go. Tho Waco Dav MincH Mury Rowland, of Lexington, ties. It works equally well on all makesof aewlng in this section and that machines,' will do ten times thuwotk inIsa day of speaks of him in tho highest tenus and Mullio Fife, Richmond, Klla McKlwaine, thoroughbreds any other manner of quilting; in (act it one of not thoroughbreds. greatest labor savers ever offered to the female iloofc Kctjtlna, Short Hand, Telegraphy. Jte says he was greatly estiAnied by all wlm rrankfoit, anil IsabeUcnd I.tilii Owhloy, trotters are I 1 1 O 1 1 I ET l. m; L. sex. He will call to see you in a few days. 77 Hrlto for Catalogue un4 full Inariaalfiiii. bUUIOVIIsilsiEsi l him in tho home of his adoption. iMinille. knew INTERIOR JOURNAL ' T.r.?.". .Myi-iH- K'" a """"V lim-Hi-- j I " ,,,,,, ..... JjUUIo Mu mm, WMk , ic.o.-WAiroN- ,......, .till! , foti ). Arties, Cum Boots, Cum Coats, IW i I Suvi-rutic- r SLICKERS, UNDERWEAR, toHi-wiii- Neckwear, tn-o- I Collars and Cuffs, Oress Shirts, Clothing . Overcoats and Pants, at BRUCE & McROfeteiRTS'. Our Stock of ItUM-iiKh- , For Sale. SEASONABLE GOODS Is Complete. Klor-em- e 84-j- p-ts- l.ou-isvil- For Etexit Hotel. 1 Blankets, Comforts, Shawls, Underwear, ..:.,,.,: rC lf FOR KENT. BOOTS, SHOES, &C. SEVERANCE & SON. 1 J Stockholders' Meeting. J J T. ap-nt- w Stockholders' WMOltDealer -' J pale-face- d 1 -- lni 1 St 1 I J ,,., . ..W.-....- ...-..w Stockholders' Meeting. m-Sona- j PUBLIC SAILS Groceries, PrOvisiotis, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware,'Qtieetisware Confections, Tobaccos, Friday, - -- - 1 I - 111 A SOME SEASONABLE GOODS: & 1 . j .1 .1 1 .1 11. - year-ol- 1 -- "" , 1 !!,". .."... '' -- - "' year-ol- d one-thi- rd " .1 I I 7-Bt- BARBELS FRESH Si5LXT. I ITotioo Prices Always Reasonable. Attention, Coal I 1 1 .1- The Great Remedies lilo-j- rFOR - SAX.E.3 Attaclunent 1 Williamsburg, BRYANT & STRATTON Business College IV I . ji. A-- o i u U" i ll WPt "" .li. " ,tt", u" "' ii iiiwTjiy'ywwM o n n, wwifn rifcKj f mr, ry iwn i 'ij LVT?'W J w 'li nil wm ijNMpiM ifi . Hi fum M T n 11 i .i y NOTES OF INTEREST. Tire ffirls of Alaska are ready for society as soon s thoy reach their toons. At loust ten of tho larjro oltlps of tho Published Every Tuesday and Friday country aro golnp; to hold ehrysantho- mum exhibitions. law has pono fVJ PKU V 1'iAlt.iy ADVANCE still XOKXT Into cffei't In SL Louis, it prohibit ..., not ,ni.l $a.6Q ..II be chKJ.-.0 j and card8) d,CP) , . muMi'ul Instruments in all naloons. Laiiok deposits of oxcellont hard coal K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. bai riTfiitlv been discovered In Alaska in . rr turning j uul on 8()m0 of thu coast Train Ir i.. Rowland .it 7 chi i.injs, Tho ' ! " '" nunntltv is helloed tohonractlcnlly In- exhi.ustlble. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 'J'iik new jury law In Xnw York City 1331pm has already netted nearly S10(l,000 for Mail tiain going N'nrth 131pm South..., ' " 37 P" tho treasury. There aro no allowances Expres train " 'outh .. 337 am .North..... made nowadays: if tho juryman does not 6 30 Loral Freight North... present himself ho is lined W0, and It SJSPro sniiiri. is remorseless'y collected at once. The latter train alo arr passengers. above i c.il iilateil on Un Jard time, Sofar The A m!w intention is tho "wnterphono." time i about o minutes faster This is an instrument shaped llko an ordinary iron rod. which, when placed on n htopcock, will convey the sound to tho ear In eao th" water is running. In this way it din be determined whether or not tho water is shut oil In a houso without entering tho bouse. TiiiMtK Is reason to bellevo that anarchy is on tho wane, as seems to ho shown by tho faet that the memorial celebration in Chicago in honor of tho was a execution of tho tamo affair. Thero was, with one exception, no display of red flags, and tho number attending tho f.ortco'? in Wald-holCemetery had fallen olf from 5,000 last year to U,000 on a recent Sunday, and many in this crowd were simply curious spectators. A .man of letters, who went West this summer to study tho features of community and isolated llfo presented beAbsolutely tween New York and San Francisco and purity. up and down tho California coast, was TliKpe-tiVmmil r rvir,r Mure CLinuink.il gono for three months, but in that time streiiKiliH..il w. ... not be sold In i thin the orJin.ui k nils lompetitioi! w tb iHcn.i hum ol low tet, short did not once havo to unwrap his bundle weiulit. alum r u'kh.iI IK tw Jer-- . ""old only in of umbrellas, nor put on rubbers or . caul POWDER CO., Hi A ,Vt. ItAKi.V'-mackintosh. Ho hud his family with iFtuo Wall street, Niw Yutk him and, out of regard for their com-- 1 fort, did not travel a slnglo inllo byj MORGAN, D. D. S. nignt. 110 Bays mat tor purocomion R. this Is tho best way. DENTIST. Says n prominent Xew Kngland clerHniie, Othceon l im stieil, oppwite I'nrtiiian painless gyman who has been visiting In tho for up stall Nnruiixirtrim Avn West: "In tho West I And more wealth, ......,. ,.... exir.ti.11111:. SIWIOIU). more generosity, moro enthusiasm and aggressiveness In church work, and, me, moro genuine culture than in w. b. tho Hast. lint I do miss a historic back-- 1 ground. I miss tho old. I miss, on tho DENTIST. banks of tho Mississippi, what ono miss-- ' Mice recently "la Main trH!t, in Office "nt es who comes from Old Kngland to .New K vacated by I r I. r. HiitTnl in, Stanford, Kngland a good deep stratum of history. Thero is 00 much nature for huWALLACE E. VARNON, manity or too little humanity for nature." Attorney at Law, Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal NEW anti-saloo- n 1 1 . Dl ' day. BOGLE HIISS GOING ON ABOUT US. tfTals5a ffi.Wy Y'lli la a Candidate for Superintendent of Puhlic Tim wholo vlllagoof Powolton, Contro l.Knntcr Street. Schooli of Lincoln county. K.lecllon Auirut, 1(90. A e itplc of elegant room County, Pa., is advertised for snlu. A Juniata. County, Pa., woman, pub- k illjLle tor otS r millii er or h d.rooni. 91. U.O WKLCIl. M.tf licly flogs hor husband every tlrtn'lio comes homo drunk. li a Candidate or Clerk of the Court of Appeal, subject to the action of the Democratic party. ! A Swiss chooso which was received by Klev.ion AuguM, ifcn an Atchison grocery firm tho other day L,ot, A weighed 700 pounds. liy Mr. Italians in lloston ltitoly celebrated OnSometet itreet, at prfunt CO., nd A v.r IS II Cooper. e ,crr of Land a' mile nmtli tho mirth anniversary of tho discovery obtained at Vtr(fiin ili'in.ilile pUie on cjh b or call Nddre a muck field Stunlord. flood Iwx liousr. Alio of America by Columbus. W II, A.SIir'.UsON. lUrper, Kiij, HUSTONVILI.K ICY. iirais, coniitlnk! of ahmit to acrra. Addrr' Or P. M McKOIIKR IS, Minford. Ky. V s F srKI'lir.S'SOX.fral. Oirliaril Tin: 7J of tho country aro ami r i.ii I. do Are nll In the liiirr r hae a full lin.' endeavoring to rntao a fund for a monuIn the stork of Caes unit Cnskris ol nil ktnd uid Koliti Kent. ment to tho lato Congressman S. S. Com 3. O. DAVI8, lir i'e, whith ia nearly' ol every dr cnpli.n iKir Anoi'T two tons of fri)jK' logit havo nrw ean lie ohtained n slinri nnltre Mr J II. V A C.OOD KAKM OK 111 ACKr, -- " ' ill show and firewi hahrj!t oliur hus nes to Kifty three acre to u i cumr.at, j .urei in PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, our aoods t am one iffilmv been shipped from tho bay district nuthiii in our Xow York during tho past four months. orchard RritM, j; atre In cloer, 10 arret wneat. l 64.tf line s. MT.VKK.VOX, a houe on remainder Two iiuximr.o and fifty men aro con- and farm. hit lirl clan there .Appb" the Office neat door to Whitehead's Oruj iinr. II F. i:N;l.KMAS, Hubble, Ky , tunnol un-lstantly at work on tho Liver-- , ud and $ilc Stable Special attention girn to iliteae ol chiidieu or II. V. OlVhNs, hhelby City Ky bi tho Hud ion rivor at Xow York City. EliiiiTTiiofs.vxi) pounds of load oro in & WATTS, ono chunk woro taken from tho Do HARRY A. EVANs, Grail mine at Zlnclte, Mo., tho other KOWLANl), KV. FOR RENT. KATE F. Hrlnklev FOE, SALE Brick notice and For Sale or 111 For Sale or Rent. 'i'hlrl)-lhtr- J. T. 3TJTTOIT & t'tiih-rtaklni- f I I letter-carrier- blue-K- ii i 1 l I.1111I rt. :H or CARRIER j In Xow York for a bridgo to spin tho Hudson from Jersey City to Xow York to cost $40,000,000. Plans have been completed Kiop cuniunlly on hand a plcndid line of ANALYTICAL SPAM-OKI)- , .CHEMIST, KV Family Crocorlos, I'roduii-- ff all Anil WI them at the lowest price kinda taken in exchange nt market quotition. Fresh kikxIi evrry day. t.tte uau call. 78 Enffineorincr bomb-throwe- m POWDER Pure ! ii . .1. i- - C "dr. penny, bo-llo- o 1 I Stanford, ni flv i Grand Canyon of tht Colorado last winter, says: "I bio beon all through the Kockios from Montana to Central Amor- ica ami know what a chasm Is, but the BLUE-GRANURSERIES sight of that abyss took my breath From tho top to tho bottom It is away. A dill to i. of I'r ii and Ornamental Tree, a milo fully six thousand feet. ruin, Asparagus Shrub, VilApe Viiir-- Sin dl you cm Bee tho river tearing and even tiling ' r 1I1; r. hird and garden We emrloy no .ii;eiit Imt sell dinrt at low prue to through tho porgo, but not a sound can of our immerse the planter I'tr iv..l l'rom one i.ir.ptioii catalrue with i.ilua. bo heard, it is so far away, stock inite bank to tho other it is apparently not ppiicmoii. hie suifse.t.c It t lit I.F.NMUVIR. mora quarter of a milo, but as a matter l.einuton, kv ;t t of faet It is fully nineteen miles. 1'ivk bravo Americans woro recently awarded medals und diplomas in Mexloi, for gallantly rescuing many lives whon the Hteamer La Llbortml was sunk in Lake Chap.ila with a party of two liun-- j In th n!riet find raont popular sclentlflc and init.liilioc1 and h. the l.iri:t'H nicchanun' dred excursionists on board. Tho Mexitnclan In thewnrld. nrculatli.n i.f miy KtillT lllu.trateil. llvrt cln 01 Wwd hDkrav. ican Congress decorated tho Ave men at fiM'Clnien I'lililitlinl neeklr. inn. I'rirv f.laTrnr. KnurStnd for trlnl. II. luadalajara in tho presenco of over four niunthi' rr.i.T. MUttX & o., rem iMUits.3.1 llroaJwuy, .N. thousand spectators. A number of Mox-- J leans wero aNo decorated, among thorn ARCHITECTS & BUILDERC tho Curo Domingo Kosas of Ocotlan. American. O Tho names of tho distinguished Amerinilorinl A crrat iiirci. Kach Imiip contain litlioitnii'litt .latot counlrramt cut redvn. cans are: C. II Shackford, master mel'v or publir butldlnus. .Niitiicn.ii cnvravtnv and full ..ni" and ..olt1(IKui or the ue ol chanic; C. JO. Ilalbert, superintendent;! FitrliHeoiilrmpi'iti tmiiillni.'. I'rlrp ttUlu vnr, Ii. it. Comforth, passenger conductor;) 25K. aii.). Ml .NN 10., I'l lil.tsnrif. Joseph II. IVehan, chief train dispatchmayt)ecciir. er, and L. Itasenthal, messenger of it oy in Slr, Wells, Fargo & Co.'s express. Tho latX 'o , win, llNTHllOlloVcr ter was formerly of Chicago. ver Will practice 111 all the uo.in o( tin. ind adjoin-ncounties and in tlie eourti of appeal tOffice ovf r McKol erti cV St igc'a dmif atore e A wi:itz:h Kentucky. Journal, who in tlto Syr.wuso (X. Y.) went to tho bottom of the , j I SS i I (or bo-lo- w Irnpt-cti- i 11 I Passi:nohi:s on somo of tho Lehigh & Susquehanna trains aro notlllod of tho stations by an olcctrlc arrangement over tho doors. A Maink town which sees tho coming reform has just built a. new town houso and has llttcd It with rooms for the Australian balloting system. Tin: wlno list on tho bills of faro used on railroads crossing in dining-car.- s Iowa has this notiuo at tho bottom: "Xo liquors sold In tho Stato of Iowa." A riTUKV of Charleston, Y. Va., has been buthrrixl with-- i .smoky chimney, and tho other daj ho got a mason to Investigate. In tho tluo was found a tin liox containing $5,000 In cash which somo ono had hid nway during tho war and never returned to got. Tin: Ito.io Vineyard property near Los Angeles that was sold to an Cnglish syndicato two years ago for $1,300,000 has not paid any dividends. An expert employed to investigate says tho price was too high, and tho now managers of tho estate are Indxperlonced in California farming. A voi'Mi lady from Caldwoll, O., created a llttlo sceno in tho ticket olllco at Zanesvlllo tho othr day. Sho laid a on tho eountT and prooeetbsl to search for her pocket then bought a tiokot for Souttle, Wash., shoved tho gun in lusr pistol pocket and departed. Tiik centennial of tho visit of President Washington to lloston and Xow England In 17S9 was lately colobrated by a meeting In tho Old South Meetinghouse, when a movement was started to raiso 85,000 for tho orection of a suitable monument over the grato of Washington's mother at Fredericksburg, Va. At tho recent celebration in Haltimoro of tho snvonty-llftannivorsiry of tho bombardment of Fort McIIenry and the composition by Key of "Tho llaunor," was present Samuel Sands, who is probably tho oldest printer living, and who, while an apprentice in tho olllco of tho Haltimoro American in 1S14, first put thatsong into typo from tho author's original manuscript and dislributo.1 it through tho btreets of that city. lato-lmprovsix-shoot- CAKIIIKK A w.vrr.s aud Survoying in all branches. it at Stanford Koller. Mill. and if they have not ,iot it on hand, urre n order from them no them 10 keep it, or Kct it at the Mill and I will guarantee a plcavi. andimereitint; lainily V N Pill PS, .supeunlctidcnl 98 ere-cer'' ROLLER MILLS. All pertom wnlnii,: pleant tile unl ili pleaM'd wife let lliem ue Patent Flour lutdu ut your Call for STANFORD .1 1 Established On Dwellings, 1825. Mer FOE rtTSTJKAlTCS chanlise, Household A W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, K , Goad turnouts and saddle horses always lor hit Is the most conven on reasonable terms lent point on the railroad to reach places in the nfthe Mate lo in the mountain apply to the o'd I urnitur', More, THE P. U RILEY IULET, - - HOUSE, Kentucky. Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. Lulitninc whether hip 17 Proprietor. rU.ike rn-u- KuR e ..r n ntta. hed an J .H) t II IIKl .joij CI, AksiiI. paid London, SALEATASAClUb'LCli I will ifll thf hou KnoiMI a tre Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, Dupot, I- Fur ONE IHOL'S VVI) WOI.J.AUS 1 ili j lo lamass for the ! ol NiiMit) Mim k Steadv I. r ui- cinplot inciit Kuarantrcd Ij(H)I) V itsstul men Apply at mice, tatinil njr Mention this paper AI.AIlAMA Nt KSK.KS CO, Hunt.sllle, Mb. SALESMEN WANTED WALLAGE, . I hair mi.itil lomy new Motel and nm hetler piepared than eser to arcomiundate the public l.ood Livtry attaelusl and every tonsissienic de sued (uvr me H call 71 IKANK KII.1. . ' NEWCOMB Thisl4 ssmI iuC Its fine HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. llotelis still maintain icpHtation. Chaises teasonalile. Special atlrntiofl tu the traeliK public . P NKWCOMII. Prop, Sj tt Mt Vernon, Ky. j j The Cottago opposite the Railway pl."e cash Saim. 'for WOOD MOXl S 313 ccuplrd hv II KUiHl' tied), Miller, at the same IKH I IICNDKl-.- MID Outfl.t'tOrl ' TIIK GALT HOUSE, LOUISVITaLE, KENTUCKY. ci" applsmg t Mr iecnUy Crab Orchard. I I Ken I I louith Avenue, L,ouiHviIle, - - Kentucky. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., ji un Xo j. MiteMuci Sovmk oriKMIKlMrU. THE LARGEST AND FINE8T HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor No Hotel In Kentucky has a b'tter and its proprietor is dctermini.J shall be inaintained i th-- t I I "I'lNHlkD, K, S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD' NS'ells drilled to order and Pumps (urntshrd y factory pricrs. all TURKISH INC TO ROOMS. A KUSSIAN I1ATHS 1. .11. iwi", SPIXI tritreleis m mtici;, IS HOTkX h and fees STAN FOIt D,K. wo, POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, rUlirrinon and others not lo trespass on our lands without as all suih ill he pru.etuted to the lull. est esieut of the la Sined OKO I) IIOPPKK, T.J HILL, I.M McKOlll'.H ISJK. M, S. IIAL't.HMAN, I. K IIKUCK Hour .McALLslKK, S. II MIANKS. S II HAUUIIMAN. MRS IIKNKV llAfOMMAN, A M TKLANI) K.T PK.NCK, JOHN W IIOI.MK , A J D V II lie has recently added lo Its appointments Star-Spangl- Pool and Billiard Pnrlorh Also A First-Cla- ss Llvory Stable' l. A ITKNTION to COMMKUCIAI. llorsrs and inults bought and said horscsaud vehl. les used in llsery. Onlydrsl-tUs- s Also aiienl (or the To accommodate the demands or his increased Ilest turnouts furnished transient patronage. Commercial travelers and others. WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- - Ths LITERARY GLEANINGS. Ireland. President; tiro 11 Ohnes C L. lompkloa.Sec'yandl.en'l Manijr , It P Woodward, Assistant Sre y. Anther M Saundirs, Treasurer; John I Kns.ell, M. D A t. J.H.HILT03ST CKAII OKCMAKD Dealer In K ( L PAKUI.II, IIAVDhS, Dr P W LOOAN. IIOIMKS. PIIILIIIK1 KICHAKDs JOSH ADAMS V Mrs SAMfOKDIKWI.V I.AIMn j (j MclCI.S.SLi, i"H-- r uin-ro- f PATENTS 111:11 1 npply-ni- k- w Twinr experience ana hnte ma. liHillt unit licnTtofifi for A mortem and r'tT Si'iirl for llandliook. torn-- elitn Patent undenco rtrictly it.ntldi'titlal. l',i k i not retiirffrvd In the PatIn rae your ent litliir, Pily to Mt nn A 11., and procure linrucdlaln pioteLtl.ii. send for Handbook, :l,VltliMT for liplt, chart, maps TRADE MARKS. .ldrc t tc, quli .1111 wly proenrud Millclliiix, NN v ('(I.. Pali-tiV. (iJ.MI.AI, OHK 1. Sd III.ll.UHV A S3 M. H t O (9 55' p 0 -- t 3. "' a btf a 2 o rt ? o " rt rn in j Hi w 3. w en " rn M. W J & M p n ji . ' c S s e WM. ADAMS k SON, 4 UKOMiWAY. S. S. Cox loft the manuscript of a book, which Mrs. Coc will edit. Hk.miv Kidkii IKor.Aisn Is the full name of the author of .sensational novels. It is suid that Chauncoy M. Depow's wit and wisdom is to bo j put between covers. In IU'ssia, in 1SSS, there wore 5,:I1S books, of which 17,:;i5,00 copies were printed. Tiik lato Wilkin Collins seemed to oaro nothing for tho opinions of critics, and never kept a scrap-booIt is said that Lord Tennyson received SI, tWO, for his poem, "Tho Throstle," in tho Xow HeHow for October. HYGIENIC HINTS. Caim'ai.V Kincj, tho novelist, has been a Tiii:i:i: aro many mon who get on best gallant soldior, but ho says bis bank acwith two meals a day. Hut for tho count show.1 that tho pen is mightier average healthy man who Is working than tho sword. Maui iv Fauoj'haii Tui'i'tn, tho poet, three meals are best. Evi:itv ono who prizes good health was educated for the church, but ho and intends to maintain it should in- stuttered m badly that ho was obliged to dulge in a dry rub upon going to bed. give up tho profession. A llesh brush is good for tho purpose, It li said that ono of the Kugllsh novbut 11 good rough towol is better. Tho elists Is ablo to repeat from momtiry object is to keep tho pores open and in every word ho has written and hols tho author of many books. healthy activity. Dn. E. Lokwk, who accompanied Sir As a rulo eggs must bo regarded as ono of tho most valuable articles of food Moses Montelioro to Damascus and Confor business men. Thoy aro of highly stantinople In IS 10, is editing tho diaries concentrated uutrltlvo element,, and for of Sir Moses and his wlfo for publication. tho stomach of a man engaged In IntelAr tho mooting of tho Polish Xatlonal lectual pursuits they should form a Alliance, which concluded its oonon-tio- n staple article. at JiulTalo tho other day, George Om: key to enduring health will bo Konnau was elected an honorary memtho religious obsorvttneo of rest nfter ber on account of his articles upon dinner. Let theovenlng bo forVolaxa-tlo- Siberian prisons. not only for tho sake of rest vo tho Zola says regarding tho attempt to mind, but out of fair treatment to tho popularizo Goorgo Eliot's novols In stomach, when, if tho dinner bo .tt Franco an ondouvor to llnd a middle night, it is doing its hurdest work. term between jaroly imaginative literTin: man who smokea or chews must ature and tho naturalist formula -- that know whether it is hurting him or not tho btllllant English woman's philosophy is too sad and dull for the Latin and how much. Those who find thom-selvrace. ovceeillngly norvous ator smoking and .vho ibid their heart's action A. C. Grxri:it, in the last year or so, violently ai'celertited und rendered has probably earned more by his pen by tobaio do ,not need to bo told than any other American writer. Xot that It Is a habit thoy should stop or long ago ho aid that ho had made niodemtt from "Mr. Ilarnes, of Xew York," and , ooi.iN materials mako tho best "Mr. Potior, of 'lexas," In two months, thousand underclothing. Silk li good, but not so clear of expense, ihiity-seve- n good ru wool, opH Lilly for sulferers dollars. from rheiminti .m. Silk is too oloso and JSi:i:r ILvini:, whohaHagreatsoci.il as hard a f.il. lc, tunl doesn't holilas much woll us lil"i-t.,- y popularity In England, air tis w ',)!. The secret of bcnotlclul 2s now 11 handsome, riidih, while haired c'nthiii'f to the por.on warm is that man, and owes his poimlrity in a It must bn so.uothlng whoso meshes will monsuio to his mttHli ry t.f Western hold ho air, wni.lj Li tit' best "lung, and that eloquence of destitution t ir of !. of tho ptopor phms",' his pathetic, unFn.iri iif(,is in bo thoroughly mixed educated, humorlstio slang. - il! v. k Gkoiii.i; Mriii.iHTii, the no 1st lives a well ns to bo crushed and sofi.n '1 a'idtvn by tho trcth. If In tho eimnlry all th ym.r rn 'ml, savo for an occasional fllng vl.lt to tho it Nn. 'tifUcl-ni- ly iht"vrd the stomHill, ach 11 'i .Is nh tj 1h o; r'.oaded in town, lit) has n plow near order t t xtritt't itii icieut .11111. incut by which ho ha ton. in d ? 'i a'iv ears, purely oiv'ng to thi twi. thai 'ho air liiiperfti t proctsMs, or if only an ordiHe uc.tlili there Hlr hi d iii-- t. nary quantity i. t'iWD) it can not piu-viiiuirliip it ono i;;ji. Food that Is lartfidy .vitiv hM nnveia vti 11 thoy . uad 'h ii',i! ' I'.ni; I' t'r- - stomach und iin- to'ftd hri1 post-prandipul-lishk. n, es un-eu- 'n kf-"- p non-cou-ct- ui 1 1 ii-iai Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Iloifcs, Jih.-e.- Caps tjueeni-war- . American Accident Indemnity Of NEW YORK. taciilioa . Tinware, I urniture and a Clothiu. Hardware t9) lomtvitit.iHwAt9iT mmm 119 Cwaco Rt IC5 I. "3C (b Conoral Lino of Crocorlos, All linil r'jiirv HnHirt. CriMl llfi. AC Lh4n,e for of Proclucr Ukei 111 icoonlt I A NEW FAST MAIL I ed Picferred and F.atra Preferred Kisks only are insured at a cost ol One Dollar per Mnth Indem nitv (rded I'rrlcrred Kisks in accidf.it Insurllnnkers, Merchants, Salesmen, ance include Commercial 'I ravelers, Manufjctu rera'notisor ins und kindred cru.iliuiij .nd prcfessio.ial men euerall) llook-keepe- I'ttiiic & Iwlli I KeatuekyGe ntral R. R. "JILL'K CJ LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI Dail), Neviires to Travelers, j j 11A"S ItCH.'TK. ' ROUTE THE MOST RAPID ROUTE netoeen the great commercial immh ivi.rr anu ,nicn(o, anu nence tune and most comfortable tiains all points in the South, or tu the West and Norihocst. Ih iiinlerptrtof this train on all trunk lines iadenuniinatca The Limited F.spteit The superb rollinc sto k sve chiplo) elves patrons Unlimited I mlort iTAt all CouiKin Ticket Ottiies in the South )ou will find our lime t ibles an I tickets. Say get Munoti and stu k lo Morion, ll you want to inone) and hive a pleasant journev. K O. McCOKMlCK, f.eneral Passcneer Astiu, Chicago City Picket Agents and O.'hce's II M lUCkNMt, us ,11 e, Louisville, Ky JF A lOHHKNtl, i, Mue si , C Incintiatl, (f ii in nutfastest the -I M WIMl'M IIKNI.IIIh leet - THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST r ro'n F.ver attempted I.ossof lloth Les Loss Ot l.lfl Loss of llandsur - VZ.i . CENTRAL KENTUCKY 'Ii all Points s.mo Loss of Hand or I'oat Permani'i.t Total Disabilit) Loss of One Lib Loss of rhumb or Indus I itijer ;.SS X0RZH, FAST ASl tytESTtAUg &9$B-S-LINE & No 7. Is I.ossol Miner wwer ringer ton of Itme rot t s.iatt; Scks,per .. ..... & '5", IK) I UETWEEN nt Kpplj I" or address LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. NOV 17. 1U0 I j If. G. RKOI,Gcmi,1 At., LOUISN ILL!., K . Stlir.DIJLK IN KFHC1 South-Houn- Xo ' 4 No 6 K ,,8 rifth Slnet, R. B. GEOGEGHAN. dUCCLS.iOK 10 I . M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, J 011 4TU AVENUE, Lve Cincinnati . Lve Covington... Lve Falmouth... Arr Paris Arr Llvington... Lve Paris Arr Winchester., Arr Hichmond.. Arr Lancaster... Arr htanfurd Arr llerea. Arr Llvinuton.. North-Hound. p og p 17 p 9 44 II 10 a m 111 11 p 11 isi p pi 10 J5 p 11 ao a 1111 11 115 p m 41) p tu p in Ks Sun 8 10 a in Daily 8 8 S.n I il ) m in a in g J 35 pm. 4C p m 08 p m 5 40 p in o jo p in j 4 Old . Ky. Hosts N. A M V Co. K, D ! o o p in 7,30 p m 5 45 P m Only one Night out to New York. Solid Veatibulpd Trains to P m LOUIS VILL.E, KENTUCKY I Lve Kichmond .. p 111 Tlie Nobbiest & -- Stock Mo3t Stylish o-fI P n1 P No. 5. No. N 0.3. Washington, Phllndolphla, Baltimore, Now York, Close connections frr Uoston .mil all olins Ku t and S'cutlicait, KFFKCllVi: OCT. 1, iSs., KASTW'AKD. Lve Stanford VaitMaJI I.un.Ves Accom. Daily Sun. B( including the AT world-renon- j B9 ' ! , LEXINGTON, - KY. 1 rji'kl'ii :) j C 'til-' .' . nr.'iins ' i ji Mtbi tho w 'v 1 r'n 1 r wui ie. .1" .::' n '' ' a nj 3 Lexinuton ill 43 mil 6 '" pni! j jo pm Winchester ila 43 pm 7 "0 pm 6 40 pm Kf U. Junctioa KNOX & JOHH B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS ' u tj pin 7 Mt. Sterling jo pm 7 4 PIU I'restou t 03 pin Falniniitli. ! 3 51 And also my own iinportatiou of Unlun Hats Lve CovntBton. . Morehead 8 J Writ 9 8 pni P"i Arr Olive Hill An elegant line ol Canni und l.jonV Arr Cincinnati . 4 03 pm and Cap 10 40 pm AshlamL 0 05 pm 10 37 pm l'in Ceklinited UuibrLlta always on hand Catlclt'.buri;. .. I 6 ao pni 10 30 pni ,. I 6 Huntington .. 'In theMavssille Ilranch, N09. leaves Pari at SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, 8 00, am and No. 11, at 545. P '" nrrlving at Arr White Sulphur,,. jo pin 13 30 uni " Cliarlottsvillc.. ic M.iysvilla at to as, a m, and 8 10, p m. No. 10 50 .im Orders out leaves Maysvillr at 5,15 a in, arriving at Pans at " Washinetin Glove and other Furs .1 speculti a 35 pm " llalilmnrc , untlsfnctior kumw '740, a 111, No, j leaves Mnysville at 150 and perfect 3 J pm lidoof city sohciti-dPliiliilelphii, These trains are 6 13 pin arrives at Pans at 4 15, p i teed D"n't tail to ord.r n NOHIIV HAT. " New Vork,. daily except Sunday, o 30 run " Klcliiiiond, Va. J a to pint,, No, 43 leave Lexington 1005 am; arrives Paris ' OldPolntComlortl except Sunday 104511111; Norfolk If.ilmouth No. 8 tease Cincinnati 5 10 pm;nrris 7 10 pm; except Sundajs, rjLOi?i Falmouth 6 00 am; arrises Cincin-ntl- i No. 7 Hat 755 am; extept Sunday No. J runs daily between Lextng I rain. Notes a ' K Piid s',o " 4! ton and Cincinnati. No 4 rum daily between p mMll.excM Sunday iciuicct at Winches, Cincinnati and Ltxliictou ter for Klcliiiiond, Ky and point on the K. C. K. 6 make connections at Winchester hnt a and M V Ky lorpolnlsoiitheN N Limited Veslitule from New Vork JMPOKTAN I" - Traiosof tins line now arrive Dhia W,.hli.-ion..- .d all points East,' from tho Central Union Passenger Lexinitlon nt 4 47 p m daily at and depart Station Cincinnati, nukinii connections for all mall from lliiutingtnii, V, Va . und all at lo. . cat stations arme. point North, l".ast and West ,' ' I'hrough tickets nnd bagitaKe checked to any ly except Sunitiy. LexlnKlonat 1, U 1 r9llrf,?ll .1 .l..nn ltHfc'l Acconin.odiillori from Olivr. Hill UCSllllHll'll V.MI. ..I ' For full pirtrulars address any acent ol the Co. points, Hichmond, Ky., and points and all local on the K C S. F. II. MORSE, K. H IIACON. Ky. iirrupsat Lexlnatou 810, am. dailv ex ; lravelmir Pass's' At., Gcn'l Pan'c'rAijt., OH MONTHLV CICKNCSS ei'c0: Cincinnati, O, Lexington, Ky. lr TrvE.N oumua CHem&IE. ov Ml'NSON, Trav Pat Act 6RLM VJKHGERBUHtRltsOWlLLBEWOlUlQ w L. H II UN tlNCTON, General, Cincinnati. .Manner. II s a. Java OENKUAL OFKICKS BRAOFIELD REGULATOR CO. fiTLANUGA. Chamber of Connicrce llulldmi;. Cincinnati, O taiaotAiLasLseitn. I Evertroiihilolhcit) ul Louisville, now open .Arr Kirlimnjui l)!.l,...An.l T.. il.llii.".,M. llTG Lve Livingston. Lve llerea. Arr Richmond... Lve Stanford .... Lve Lancaster .. Arr Winchester Arr Par is , f.f;on 8 00 a in 10 35 a in 11 45 a ni 7 do a m Ml I" o oj a in 1 10 p 111 2io 1 ot p in 7 IS u in a in ?7 40 p 111 7 05 p in 7 00 a in 3 45 P"i a 50 p in 8 53 a in 4 ll p in 4 13 p in 9 '3 a in 5 36 p m 5 4" P m 10 35 a in 6 30 p ra S jo p in 10 45 a in 6 38 p m ' Daily Ex. Sun Lspfc.' nil I 1 " " " " " " ' " " " 3 ; am. 11 31 11 I , 1 111 I yz JiADFSELD'S t4 pEML& ut , 111 skmm: VVENSTRUATIOIM' REGULATOR ,',' " '"" .tt; moSkHiSXiAKnt- , i:,j ..u -- i.Hi' , .'t, "... y; r ftdj lr