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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889122001 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. r i - -- .( $' v i r tt 7, '1IP f . Vji , SemlWeekly Interior Journal. VOL. XVI I. CRAB ORCHARD. A I STANFORD. K.Y. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20. 4889. MoKINNEY. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 89 Moses Gibson, a young man living Al. Bcasdey Bold to Hunn iV HurnH n Wnltcr Huston is rejoicing over thu Christmas tree at the GhriHtiiiii at Paint Lick, died of measles Monday. of another daughter at his house sorrel marc lor $rJ.. advent church Christmas night. --The young people are having so maJames Wells wold to L. I). Garner n , This protracted spell of warm uea - jen the lllth. Kl?T& .. , 1 1. ny entertainments that they cannot arCiow in Co, have put nn awning to f work mule forSKIo. mewt ,n tl,is is damaging ther "w w. . mil soiu to wtnarsiiaie, 01 range tho dates so as not to conflict. tlie front of their store, wldcti adds to locality. I'll. '.(Jl Mercer, !U) cotton mules nt SiK). Tho Juveniles will banquet at tho the looks and conveniences. Kill Tucker, coloied, has hjcn ' S. M. Owens Bold to Tnto & Catron, hotel and trip the light fantastic at "MilMiss Alice Stockton, of Illinois, nave n pension by the lowed s of hny at CO cts. ler's Hall." an interesting lecture on phrenology at at Somerset, !J braves at Washington. Is Receiving His A. T. Jsunnelloy bought in the Lust Mrs. Lawrence, wife of William noon, a the school building Monday night. Wednesday next, lit high cattle at Lawrence, residing near White Oak J. K. Huston shipped to L. G. G ooch Knd n lot of and Knnxvillo gentleman will lead to the al, died on Monday morning, tar one of our prettiest young ladies. at Wnynesburg r.O barrels of corn at $1.7." cents. John Ihiilcy sold to Terhune, of leaving two small children. K. Helm bus on the car here. J. Particulars later. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial Geoigo Washington Fluke's Tilletts Mr. A. II. Hast in linn moved into his ly shipped several cars of hay from this Mercer, u pair of aged mare mules for SM). show did not materialize. "If at first newly renovated house near thu depot place. -- C. T. Sandidgo sold to a Glasgow you don't succeed, try, try again." George Thompson, an aged citizen of and Mm. Hunter returns to heroldhome mare for J.N JIENEFEE The appearance of tho "Daisy" front a. c. SINK. Cass county, Mo., wiio lias been living party a combined vacated by Mr. liastln. shows up immense. It makes ono feel George MeQuory, of Garrard, and In tliu West 2:5 years, was tho guest of Joseph Coffey bought of W. F. Ham as if they were on Fourth street in Cin Miss Sarah Green, were married Wed- his nephew, F. M. Ware, last week. cents, cinnati. closed her school at soy (i head of butcher cattle at '. Mrs. .1. F. Gover nesday at the bride's homo near Wo were pleased to meet the smilTuriieisvillo thu l:Sth Inst. Woodford and of John Underwood " heifers at U ing face of Mrs. K. 1. Hurinide on our From what I can learn W. II. Miller Curd, of Jhirgin, was here last week buy- cents. II. F. Hobinson bought of Silas An- streets yesterday. Also Mrs. E. P. OwsK'ems to he the man upon uhiih many ing tint rails. Joe Melvin, of Cr.ib OrEtc., cents ley and little daughter. chard, has been with us several days. derson 10 heud of fat cattle at eyes hereabouts are turned for member l Mr. Kiistland, attorney for the' Enof the constitutional convention. ''There V. M. Tanner was in Cincinnati the first nnd of John Pepples 0 of same kind at glish syndicate, was hero this week getMouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, Are others splendidly equipped for the of tho week. J. P. Crow was in tho city same price. It is thought that Hiley will bo the ting deeds from our Middlesboro land position," ssys one, "but I consider Mr. the tlrbt of this week purchasing add!, FSJETCE, good as any." Ho has many tloual stock to his present supply of hol- favorite fqr tho Kentucky Derby when holders for the right of way for the Belt Miller as Cedar and Locust Posts. books art opened for betting Jan. 1. railroad. the , friends hero as well as in other prrls of iday goods. We'wlll carry a (nil stock of cserj tiling found in a Lumber Yard. Prince Fonzo will very likely sell for Mnj. James A. Hurnside, of the h the county where your correspondent A. C. SINE, nuMiir.si Manager , IIiniii.K. Sam hngleinan lias sworn place. Tobacco Warehouse, Louisville, has lately been, and these hentlnit'tits Is making nn efCuttle aro fairly active in Cincinna- is at home. 11. C. Stockton, president of will, wo believe, meet with hearty oppro out mi attachment and fort to have Ids farm attached to Middle-boito f) the Nashville manufactory of Uadain'sj ti, with prices all tho way from batiou Hillv Mooie has rented the Dr. cents, the lattor for extra Chiistmas Microbe. Killer, was hero tliis week. Mr. Prof. Parr, the starchy colored teach Owsley farm from the uinn who firet , beeves; hogs aro in demand at II to lUiO; Win. Ferguson has returned home to er, who came lure from Damilloto wield It in nlu'ep strong at '.' to o. spend Christmas. Itobert Hamilton has urobilin rented it this fall and will move to the ferule over the the spring, we suppose. Ho is now a H. X. Ware writes that he made 14 decided to return to his former haunts of this vicinity, didn't like the social at Ad- - barrels of com to the acre on the '' acres and will shortly move into the tollgate inotphero here much. A few weeks ago resident of Boyle county. Charley uinn Jr., niut firm Hint if i.incoiu, Inivit tl.nt lie I....I in this year on his ....... ... the Danvflle pike. Mrs. Waller Che went on a visit to his Hoy In county he Hn farm for Washington county farm and has sown nault, of Kansas, is visiting her father's home, leaving his school to leach itself rented the Bessie Fugleman Mth- - of the same land in wheat, 10 acres. jCOO. There are about fmnily, Mr. Morgan Hudson, nnd other nnd nothing up to the present has been erton k Bro. have bought Austin's inter- A promising Gambetta Wilkes Ally relatives here. u ..I.. I.,.. ... ,'.aI.... nun. is '.. niiMau uiii hmuhiiI Ileum in I.!... est in tlio shingle mill heiu and as soon j belonging to S. M. Owens died Tuesday "brtulders" to consult the commissioner HUSTONVILLE. they saw out will move beyond .Stan- - j 0f milk leg. She was full sister to the about the matter if they want to put at S. and C. It. 1L one he sold William Hue Borne time ford a few miles. G. A. All persons indebted to the firm of their school on foot Hindu. call-- ! jdnee for $.00 and was thought by some Weatherford fc Cook, of Htistonvilie, Lexington judge are the lirst ones to date who have Judge Morton, the etl and settled their accounts. So friends, to he even n better one. will please call and settle their accounts opt aside tho verdict of a jury in n murfollow suit, ns it takes money to inakuj A great many people in Atlanta are before or by the 1st of January. Goods, Boots Shoes, Groceries, der case been list) one of the jurors is Fou Sale. A general line of grothe mare go for IS'.K). The road law is eating vegetables raised in their own Wooden to have taken several drinks before does not pro-- ' gardens; the trees are budding and the ceries, qtieetiBwarc, hardware and .nois not made of lame in tho respect that it going Into the Wlllowwarc, c. vide for roads to be placed on earth that (lowers blooming. Tho etTect of tliemild tions in the town of Hustonville. Only tlio same st till' as a magistrate in this bailiwick, who tried a fellow a short there can be made a good road on. Some weather is spring like and December is Store of the kind in town.. Storehouse of the roads in the county, for rent. Heason for selling want to entho wearing the garments of Mayi time ago without qualifying the jury and one leading from Col. Piiderwood's to; California will make 8,000,000 gals. gage in other business. J. W. Wash. uiou the defendant claiming that four Carman's, and Go there sridgcljcuiXmat Prcwnt, Next door to I'ortman House. others, aro in such branch ' leas of wine this vear than last. This is of the jurors had publicly expressed Judge Tliurman wrote to the Bandana on such hills as would take $100 because so large portion of the grapes their opinion beforehand, refused to set es, and " Jvenwonn , va isas, upon uio aside the verdict or grant a new trial. to the road to keep it in lit to drive a went not to the juice, but to raisins. The occasion of its celebrating his Tlith birth- i,i i.. cow over for one year. It is nonsense to ...d., ..:.,., ...! ,i... Verily doth the Goddess of Jimtut need opeud time nnd money to work a road in Bcpieezo more money out of dried grapes ' tiay: "It, is now over (0 years since I reform In her business. made my fust democratic speecli nnd . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Khinchcart !aro at any such place. Place the roads on good than by squeezing wine out of the fresh ever since then I have without falteriig Messrs. Perry King and earth and the expense of keeping in ones. Mrs. FuiIi'h. -I- tichard Cobb has bought in Wash- - K'vt'" ,U1U ulBl Perry White have emigrated to that shape for travel will be nothing coinp.ir-pinef,IM,b,e to "r "ob,e, causre- 1 t,,ouffnt to forcing them in branches and ingtou county 42 head of F.hh mountain Kldorado, Middlcshoro. .r V IJnmln. it was a good cause when I first spoke. Higgins, the hardware clerk of a Louis through ponds. If the roads are not on - I think so yet when the shadows of life ville establishment, is here to spend the good lands to run them over, don't spend sold to Smith & Woods 100 head of 1,200- are darkening around me, and I shall no '.'A rfsi. Wvntt IIiH'liPS nnnnti fiidirt nt holiday willi thu old folks. J. H. Hit money on them In places where h1'" nmIptl to you can't sold to Bonta and Uoblnson 104 barrels 'r!?"bt luii returned from a week's stay in you ran travel and ton Allow 1110 to congratulate of corn in tho field at f. J. T. Hugue-- j y 0n your brightening prospects, and - - IN - Kockcastle. Miss Kate Cochran, a little (FllOM A.NOT1IKU ConilCSCONDK.VT.I ly has bought of different parties in this, to remind you that the democratic party Madison beauty, is visiting nt (. I is tho natural party of free institutions, Mr. James I. Wilmotsnirered quite a and Mercer counties (55 head of 1,200-lb- . New land's. Judge Stephen Ilurcli, of n"'1 t,mt "8 ,0,,,: nB ll,"rt.v slm11 exist ' serious accident by the kick of u horse ,ee,ltrs "t.tcts.-Ailot- ate. Stanford, was here this week to see his A,ncrica 5t cannot diei old friends, Col. John Huclmnau and J. last Monday. At tirst it was thought A diamond expert has made public the A Southern Hero. It, Gilkcreou. Miss Lizzie Pettus, who Ids luck was broken, hut upon an exam- following method of identifying a real diDV MRS. ROSALIND been attending school at Pleasure-ville- , ination by Dr. Traylor it was found that amond: Prick a needle hole through a has No KOiuid of war in heard The is home to spend Christmas. J. the wound was only muscular. In the home of the mocUnir, bird, card and look at it through the doubtful On lush the rHeaiing notes ll. Carson and Thomas Warren, of the death of Mrs. John Pope, who resided stone. If it Is spurious two holes will Swell from the warblers' throats. shock among It. A N are liens to take their ChrWtuias near hero created quite -be seen distinctly on the card, if it is a ANDSo bullets My through air, Wo acknowledge two her many friends here and the survivwith the boys. Hut Hailing eterywherr, diamond only one hole will bo visible, ing friends have the sympathy of thu pressing invitations to pass the holiday For Jefferson Davis wrcji community. James L. Fugleman, for there is no other stone at all resemA her sleep his last sleep. with friends in Harbourville and will bling tho diamond hut that gives a doulikely take advantage of the low rates wiio has lieen sulTering for fcoveral days Kentucky proudly claims with acute rheumatism, has recovered ble retlection. This property is also His birthplace ; aiming name ' this once. made use of for determining nn uncerOf her illustriou ones, Tlieie's a pretty little romance con- siillicieiitly to be around in his room tain stone. If the linger is placed behind ThW of her noblest sous Mrs. McCarley, who lias been - again. nected with tho couple that Judge YurShnll be forever known, on the sick list for some time, lias been it and looked nt through the stone witlt non made one Tuesday, which js too A kinj without throne. a magnifier, thcginiu of the skin will be good to bo lost. Two weoks agii Miss Improving slowly for the past 10 days. The North called him her foe, plainly visible if tho stone is not diaTo Reduce Them. Amanda Hutchison, a charming lady Mr. Diivu Spoonamoro bought of Uncle mond, Hut as years come and go, hut otherwise it will not bo disN" acres of land on And the hiitvrncs dies out, who onco resided here, came down from Sammy Baughinan tinguished nt all. A diamond in a solid She ton, without a doubt, Pinovlllc, ostensibly to visit friends. Hanging Fork at $ t." per acre, cash sale. setting may ho distinguished in the same Will giw 10 him his place, The surmise is that a new house w ill bo Shortly after her arrival that gallant and The pttriot of Southern race erected soon and they two will be made way; if genuine, the setting at tho back courtly politician, Col. J. P. Chandler, cannot bo distinguished, but if a false Hu fnuglit with patriot's fire happened in towiviud meeting with the one. Mr. Tom- lloueo sold to John stone, either the foil or tho setting may On field, in forum illic hogs at It cents, weight l."0 Wood sweetheart of his youtlij for whom he The mitsilcs cast when State be plainly seen. Required his sersice, great had cherished n fancy ever since ho was pounds each. The Christmas holidays His lor for Southern laud Of the McGibeny Family now idaying a barefooted plowboy, a doeu years ago, are looked forward to with a good deal And IU homes, so nobly grand. lost his susceptible heart and laid seige of inteiest, as there is an expected event in Louisville and which will bo with us Peerless, alone, the last l to the fair Amanda's allections with nil or two to transphu that will involve Thursday night, 2(!th, tlio Of a generation past, some of our most honored and respected have been traveling snys: They the ardency of his bacheloric nature. As Ills compeers, friend and foo But wo cheerfully through the United States for 15 years or he often said ho could s.iy more sweet young gentlemen. Had left him Ion; ago, Idle a otaiely oaU ho stood, things to n woman than any other man submit ns the tiner feelings of a more more and during that time have not only , The last monarch of the wood, living except Charlin wo an- enobling creature is to be enthroned up- become it fayorito attraction with people, but have steadily improvticipated nothing else but a huppy con- on tho pinnacle of the great domain of Bucklen's Arnica Salvo human existence. ed, until, at tliis time, they have reached summation of uvents. Tho The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, ml led Colonel went out to his farm to Iteforring to tho tirst communion ad- such a high degree of excellence in their ores, ulcers, lt rhetun, fier sores,; letter, chaplook after ids stock and otherbelongingx, ministered to Mr. Davis while in prison lino that they may be said to compose ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup wondering if there were ever a man as at Fortress Monroe, Dr. Minnegerode, in ono of tlio best concert organisations in tlons and pontivcly cures piles, or no pay rcquir Handkerc-iiefsed. It is guaranteed to perfect fortunate as he. What his dreams were his memorial sermon at Richmond, Va., tho, country. , There is a brass band, au ' "fnap rt ft oil glut nf vvi..satisfaction, ,.. - """ Prii-- ,3 iunla tta I.Av """-- ! .., .. I. :...!. ...... ..I.,.. out thorn none but uugels could Imagine. said: "I found Mr. Davis with his mind orciiesint, uniui lui (is, ,ale by A R, Pennv.'SLintord, Ky. isiiiuuiK.si n.11, laiiics As was lib wont ho came to town Mon- made up. Ivtiowing'.tlie honesty of the acorpsof" turnverein cadets, i'ly Electric Bitters. thly afternoon to boo his fair atnorita; hut man, and that there would he, could be, (piartet, and other features, all combinGold-Hcadc- d This nmcdyis becoming- so well known and o constialas! and alas! As old Homer sung 110 shamming, nor mere superstitious bo ed In a programme of merit and popular as to need no special mention. All who It.OOO years ago: "There's many a slip lief out ho ordinance, I was delighted tuting most agreeable entertainment. li.neuscd Electric Hitters slug the same song ol fitiniiv him among its members two cup and the lip." in thu night, when I found him teady to commune. Tho twix tho and they praise, A purer medicine docJ not exist and it Is accomplished daughters-in-lathe silent night, a 'rival from far away Ho had laid the bridle upon Ids very na- are tiulto as flue musicians as their hus- guaranteed to do all that is claimed, Klectric Hitters will cure all diseases of thel.iver und Piuevilluhad arrived on thu wings of tural feeling nnd was ready to pray: 'Fa- bands' people. will remove I'implcj, Holts, Salt It heum nnd with tho colonel's ther forgive them.' Then came tho comlovo and down away caused impure The Bank of Gallatin, Tenn, llllH "llicr affections from the by stein andblood. Will prevent as m hiido to a Gretna munion ho and I alone, hut with God. drie Malaria failed for about (,000. well ns cure nil Malarial I'evers. For a cure o( Gieen. Tho fortunate groom, who was It was ono of those canes where the ruThe sun will suffer from a total Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try ElecMr. Jell Stuiuburger, brought his bildt bric cannot be binding. It was night. tric Hitler, Kutiru satislactiou gaiirartred or bottle-eclipse next Sunday, hut it will bo invis- mo'icv rc'undci! Price 50c and p hero Tuesday where congratulations The Fortress was so still that you could It l'cnny'n drugstore ible in tho United States, save on Capes were extended them at Mr. J. V, Kdnils-ton'- hear a pin fall Gen. Miles with his back Sablo and Hatteras, where only a small A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. to us, leaning against the II replace in tlio obscuration can bo noted at sunrise. Tho tt was just an ordinary scrap ot wrapping pa Ids head in ids hands, not lino of totalitv just grazes tlio northern per, but it saved her life. Mic was in the last Another outbreak is reported from moving. Tho sentinels wero ordered to edue of .South America, sweeps 1KTOSS stages of consuinpiiVn, told by physicians that Hell county. It is said that Jas. Uroeb, stand still, and they stood like stntuo. i, Atlm.lli. tiiRt. nnrlli nf St. Ilnhiiitt unit l"f was incurable and could only Use a short time- n deputy Hherill, was inbtantly killed by she wvikumI less than 70 pounds On u pieco of . , r, .1 I cannot conceive of a more solemn com- HIOII irnvoiwjB cuumuiis wrapper papei she tead of JJr King s .New IJis- Simeon Sailor, who brought down his was telling upon in tho Indian O.ean. Our government with a Winchester, but. not until munion scene. But it man upon both of us I trust for lasting ovniwlltidii nf observation lilts its Station anotner and irrew better fast, continued its use und Sailor had received a blow on tho head good." on tho Atlantic const of Af- - " fu'iier'SaZdVS't'o3 w at that may provo fatld. Tho affair was tho ;.. .... eloudlnsH II. Coif, druggist, tort buiith. Trial bottles of n.i.l virv mm wishes It Tho Louisville tax rate has been ikii, of a dilllculty of long standculniinntiiin this wonderful discorry Irec at A. 11. 1'eiui) s liook Keeping, Short Jlana,Teieorapnv.o I ST IV llxcdnt SLU8. urugnore. Write for Catalogue utt( full tttffrmatlon. bkv nnu a mir sigtu. ing. "' -- wmwitm 1 car-load- school-house- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. l I Preach-ersvillt- SINE & IYIENEFEE, DOOHS iUff Laths, Shingles, B3CXICD8 1 ROUGH A1TO DRESSED LUMBER, ! GSASH, PATBKTT WERE AITD S3AT first-clas- 1 Mam-mout- s j o. 1 ' dark-skinne- J I ! J ! JONES BROS., b I 1 I The qjily Store in Stanford that suits the Farmer; 11 'General Merchandise, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, "Mi Dry and Fancy and jury-roo- to-wi- t: Full Stock of Holiday Goods. D 1 ,il -- nl 11 j "We Are d 1,100-pouu- d '" '" - Ait-n.- nr to-da- y I fl-t- '' OVERSTOCKED I j 11 en-tir- o WILL CUT PRICES .1 , BRUCE & McROBERTS. - 1 1 Courier-Journa- Kim-aid- inusic-lovin- g New Furs Now Mul 1 love-en-t- 1 11 11 New . . 11 11 . ,,- 11 Umbrellas, 11 Kid-ncj- would-havo-bce- n Fancy Goods of all Kinds For the Holiday Trade. s. ante-roo- SEVERANCE & SON. ' 1 ", 11 - j ZriS4&iThXl 'JO Qulc-iub- o, BRYANT & STRATTON Business College -- -.j I I imJllllClll UIOVIhkCi VV .l'..' IS? ' ,ss rf - ... ,V &31 ' lis.l 1 . . 1L . - iJ s. 5- - ' ,' "US-- ? ., n inlillpw"iWi itfilHJHhuMMI i i SflEwSHVII iymmiimiAmry ism-s- iwfy f ifjn ifuwiiipiw ijwrt """Irj'i'iy nni jim !,iipjipr' BHE5S9H Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky DECEMBER CAPITAL LETTEK.' , 8TANFOKD, Preliminary Work In tho Organi1889 zation of tho National Congross. 20. now the) lloiisn ta Orsrjsnliil The Saturday Night Cmieus Election or House Officials Their Salaries am! Dutlei. W. F. WALTON. DOUBLE 1TT7MBEB. Special Washington Letter.) "Con-pres- i K K l& - r s Tho constitution provides that shall assemble- at least once. In DEMOCRATIC TICKET. every year, anil stioh mooting shall bo on tho first Monday In December, unless Fcr County Judge, THOMAS W. VARNON' PAXTON; County Attorney, JOSEPH they shall by law appoint a different County Clerk, GEORGE R. COOPER; day." Unfortunately, tho Congress has Sheriff, J. N. MENEFEE; never, by law, appointed a dlilerontday Jailer, SAMUEL M.OWENS; for tho annual meeting, but it should bo Assessor, E. I). KENNEDV; done; and they should also change the Sup'tof Common Schools, W. K. McCLAItV day for tho Inauguration of our PresiSurveyor, 1IARRV A. EVANS; dents, indeferenco to thoolitnato of tho Coroner. ARCH CARSON. National capital. Tho first Monday in December was this year tho second day of tho month; and, on tho preceding Saturday night, Houses to Rent. November 30, tho Republican mombers Capital to Build of tho House assembled lit caucus in tho A permanent investment for a Jew years, with Hall of Representatives for tho purposo office. ample security. Inquire at this of agreeing upon bomoono of their number for tho Speakership. This is the I custom of tho party which obtains a majority at any ono of tho biennial All persons having clnimi against the estate of and every two years tho Capitol U. S. Wither, deed , ill present them to me or nn or before January my aeent, properly is heated and lighted to receive tho .Mre.ll.-LiA. WITHERS. 1.1800. guard of tho legislators. This ' Ej W. K. McCI.AKY, Agent. year it happens that tho Republican party holds a majority of tho House for I89O. tho first timo binco Docembor, 1831. At that timo .Mr. Keifer, of Ohio, Mr Ivasson, of Iowa, and soveral other gentlemen contended for tho Speakership, ILLl'STRATEI). and tho caucus victory was u on by Mr. Keifer. Tho Democratic party has since, Harper's Weekly hat a well established'placeas the leading illustrated newspaper in America. that timo hold possession of tho Houso ot its editorial comments on current The fairness and has continuously honored Mr. Carpolitics has earned for It the respect and confi dence ol all impartial reader, nnd the variety and lisle, of Kentucky, with tho Speakerexcellence of its literary conttnts, which include ship. Xo matter whom tho Republicans erial and short stories by the best and most popular authors fit it lor the perusal of people of the may elect to succeed him, their host widest rauge of tastes and pursuits. 1 he Weekly man can not bo tho peer of John (J. supplements are of remarkable variety, n.terest This and value. No expense is spared to brlnsr the Carlisle as a presiding olllcer. highest order of artistic ability to bear upon the generation will not produce his peer. illustration of the changeful phases of home and IIo is, facile prinetp, tho princo of parforeign history. A Mexican romance from the pen of Thomas A. Jar.vier will appear in the liamentarians, and his judgments in tho Weekly in jSoo. chair have been as unprejudiced as thoy havo been concise, clear and just. Mr. Carlislo will actively participate in tho Per Year: debates which are certain to enlivrn-thWeekly U Harper's coming session, for ho is a natural forenHarper's Magarine 4 00 sic leader. Harper s Ilarar 4 00 a 00 Harper's Young People Tho Hall of Representatives on tho Postage free to all subscriber in United States night of tho caucus is guarded by tho Canada or Mexico. watchmen and messengers who remain The Volume 6f the Weekly Iwgin with the first In ofllco from their appointments under number for January fif each ear. When no time tho last Congress. Tho doors of tho is mentioned, subscription will begin with the Houso aro closed, tho galleries sgaled so number current at tin e ot receipt of order. Hound Volumes of Harper's Weekly for three tight that not a sound can escape, and years back, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by if the caucus is a long ono tho air in man pottpaid or by express iree 01 expense (protho Hall becomes almost unbearably vided the freight does not exceed $1 per volume) for $7 per volume. vitiated, for there will bo absolutely no Cloth case for each volume, suitable 'for binding, will be sent by mail postpaid on receipt of ft ventilation. Tho reason for all this seeach. crecy is that tho Representatives make Remittances should be made by postofKce money seeches, giving party reasons why this, order i.r draft to avoid chance olios. Newspapers are not to copv this advertisement that or tho other candidate shall be without the express order of Harper & lirothrrs. chosen as tho party leader. A great BROTHERS, HARPER Address New York. deal is said which would not look well g in print, and very much of tho is personal, with tho bandying I89O. of epithets, when the debate grows warm. Two years ago in tho Democratic caucus, when tho candidates for Doorkeeper were being discussed, ono of tho ILLUSTRATED. honcrablo gentlemen call another hon- orablo gentleman "a liar," whereupon A new Shakespeare the Shakespeare or Edwin tho honorable gentleman A Abbey will be presented In Harper's Magafist and zine for 1S00, with comments by Andrew Lang, raised his honorable clenched Harper's Magazine has also made special arrange- smoto tho velvety cheok of tho other ments with Alphonse Daudet, the. greatest of livhonorable gentleman, and thero was ing French novelists, lor the exclusive publication 11. f k bend, their great energies to, thp task of selecting a'Clerk, Doorkeeper "and These "aro exceedingly responsible and valuable positions. Tho Clerk receives a salary of S.1,000 per anIIo num, tho same as Congressmen. looks after tho clerical force which is engaged In transcribing bills and resolutions, sending them to the Public Printer.-illlnthem in the document-rooenrolling nnd engrossing passed bills and all that sort ot thing. Is tho paymaster Tho Sergeant-at-Armof tho House and his salary is &L0O0. Tho Doorkeeper receives only S.I..10O per annum and has all of tho hardest work to do. IIo is tho man who is most annoyed with tho dispensation of patronage. Ho has tho appointment of pages, watchmen, messengers and laborers; tho s; " t t fe I Jf A 11 1 51 t -- C's g Youwill always find its on top when it comes to real live Novelties, big business and Bottom Prices. s THE LOUISVILLE STORE Will give away every dollar s worth of goods in their store if- the prices on our goods are not lower than this market ever saw for same values. We want your Christinas trade and we're going to have it. The inducements we offer for Christmas Bargain seekers make this statement an absolute certainty, for who will pay SI for what they can buy for 75 cents ? We swill save yon 25 j)er cent, on every purchase of - "Wsmtod. assed to death by the members who havo voted for him, each ono of whom demands sevoral appointments for his constituents. In this position, ns in the Executive departments, thero never can bo found enough places to go around. Tho messengers receive the bestcompen-satlo- n among tho subordinates, their result of which power is that ho Is har- 84-t- Notioo vt Dry Goods, Clothing', Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, pets, Matting and Holiday Goods; Tills we guarantee. We have not space to enumerate gains we have prepared for you, but one-fift- Car- oloo-tlon- s, h o of tho Bar- Harper's WeBkly, 1IJK IKtr.SK. Harper's Periodicals 1 i salaries being from $".' to SlOOper month. They aro really assistant doorkeepers, for they guard tho north, south, east, west and lobby entrances to the House, and carry cards In to tho members, to let them know that somn friends or constituents aro on tho outside awaiting their pleasure. Tho llttlo pages, however, hold the real sinecures. They get 87. per month each, ond their duties nre light for boys. They answer calls of members, nnd carry notes for them back and forth throughout tho Capitol, nnd occasionally deliver messages for them in tho city, although tho latter duty is especially tho provlnco of tho messengers called "mounted pages," who aro furnished with good horses to carry them from place to place in this "city of magnificent distances," The holding of all thesn offices is settled, ultimately, by tho caucus. Then the lucky statesman who liecomes Speaker appoints tho various committees of the House, and each chairman of committee so appointed has tho power of appointment of a committee clerk, at salaries ranging from S2,000 to 33,000 per annum each. Thus, you seo, therr is much determined by tho caucus in addition to tho selection of tho main offices, for they aro merely preliminary to tho Smith D. Fur. vork ot tho Houso. MOKEVILLK C1UUSTMA HOItHOK. A Visit to Our Store will Convince You that the Louisville Store is the Place to Make Your Christmas Purchases. Remember with every dollar's Worth of Goods you buy a Ticket wilt be riven entitling yon to a chance on the $200 ORGAN, Main St., Stanford. M. SALINGER, Manager. Years ago a poor seamstress per.sundt d The loy, nfooy to go to Sunday-schooAmos Sutton, was converted. He n minister ami n missionary to India. It was by his influence that the Baptist miseion among the Tulttgu was begun, nnd now t here are coniUTted with this mission over :J0,000 eonvcrts. That poor seamstress went to her reward without knowing of the wonderful things for God to which her simple faithfulness led. The great things in this world air, as n Of every description, viz: rule, not done by the worldly great nnd powerful. It was not a king on his Dressing Cases, Manactire Sets, Writing Desks and Tablets, Fancy Hox Paper, Vases, Toilet Sets, Cups and Saucers, Cut Glass Hot-tiethrone, but a shoemaker on his bench, Collar and Cuff Hoxes nnd Toys. who began tho gieat modem imwiionary movement. Thu Savior of mankind was Would ask the citizens of Rowland and vicinity to call and inspect the goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere. bnrn, not in a palace, but in a stable. Western Recorder. Hi'hraii l'oit tiik Holidays. For the W. II. IIIGGINS. W. H. McKINXKY. Christmas Holidays the Newport Xews "Old Kentucky A Mississippi Valley Co. tickets beRoute" will hell round-triall stations on its line and to tween Richmond, Vn., and points on C. it 0. railway ut tho low round-trirate of 11 fare. Tickets between local stations will be on Kile Dec. L'V-'-o "ndM l AND ; and Jan. 1st, and will be good to return l. e ?J V 0" At Jones' Drug Store, ROWLAND, Tzrr., HOLIDAY GOODS s, speech-makin- p Eterper's Magazine, Char-lottesvill- e, p xJt u.f.J 1 ! ttt. Rs"v His sim Hardware, and Myrbach. W. D. Howells will contribute anevelette in three parts and Lafcadio Hearn a novelette in two parts entitled "Yuuma," handsomely illustrated, In illustrated papers, touching subjects of current events, and in its short stories poems and timely articles, the Magazine will maintain its well known standard. in serial form of a humorous storv, to be tntiticd Adventures Colonists of Tarascon; the ol be Famous Tartarin. ' The story will be translated by Henry James and illustrated by Rossi "The Harper'sPer Vtar: Periodicals Harper's Harper's Harper s Harper's Magazine Weekly $4 4 commotion galore. IJy the way, it is funny to seo the statesmen making efforts to keep public matters secret from tho correspondents. In a body of three hundred men thero is always from ono to twenty men who will confidentially tell some newspaper friwid, or friends, all about It. Last winter, when a caucus wits being hold sySjtxBlsW. ets to points on C it 0. railway in Vir-', iA ' --:(, ginia will be on sale Dec. return until and L" and will be good to M, -"- if used on or before Jan. .'1, lMO. Tick- i Rev. tfrWfff!w Preserved Hamboan W' Kn now, Jan. 3, 1890, inclusive. J. L. .Munihy, lien. Pass. Agt., Lexington. Ky. h. S. A. T. P. A., Ashland, liar-rison. McKinney, DEAl.KRS IN- - Uromberg, T. P. A., Lexington. Ky. .o l!ar.ar... Young People 111 4 - 3 00 00 00 Postage free to nil subscribers Canada or Mexico. 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HARPER .V IHIOTHEHS, Address 81 and all points carefully guarded, I remembered that thero was a broken door in tho gallery; and it took but a minute to have the watchman at tho foot of tho stairs decoyed to tho restaurant for a minute, while skipped upstairs, to tho broken door, and quietly at thero taking notes of all that was wild mid done by tho entire caucus. Iko Hill discovered me, when it was nearly over; but tho report was all written out in shorthand beforo ho camo upstair.. and his Interruption did not prevent tho publication of a full report next morn1 tip-toe- chlllun.you's all gotyo' presents 'cept d yo' pastor, en I'so glad for t'saydat Ilror Hunks, who I run out'n do church for do lies' good, hez'sent mo a glf fer ter show ho ain't got no hard feelln's. dollars doctor's lill for his He paid thirty-onwife in one year nnd one bottle of liradneld's Ke. mile Regulator did her more good than all the medicine she had taVen before, H. Kale, Rejulator druirsist. Carmi, III. Write llradfield DrugCo., Atlanta, Oa., for particulars. Sold by gist A R. Penny, Stanford. e James T. Oott, Carml, 111.. Says: Groceries, Stoves, Fpom Ci.av I -' lug. New Vork. I89O. . ILL! STRATKD ' Harper's Bazar, K I'jf Harpers' lhtaris a journal for the home. latest information with regard to the Fash-on- s its numerous illustrations fashion plates and pattern shirt supplements are Indispensable alike to the home dress maker unil the professional modiste, No expense is spared in making its artistic attractiveness of the highest order. Its clever short stories, parlor plays and thoughtful essays satisfy all tastes, and its last page is famous as a budget of wit and humor. In its weekly issues everything is included which is of interest to women. During 1890 Olive Thorne Miller, Chris, tine Terhuno Derrick and Mary Lowe Dickinson will respectively furnish a series of papers on "The Daughter at Home " Three Meals a Day'' and "The Woman ol the Period." The serial novels will be written by Walter Ilcsant and F W Robinson. c Tho Senate does not havo to go through this parliamentary tanglo every two years. Indeed, tho ollloors of tho Senate aro seldom changed. Hon. (ieorgo C. (Sorhnm was Secretary of tho Senato for abt ut twelvo years, and .Mel'ook, who Kucceoded him, has been in tho t;uuu position for six yeard. Thero Is some talk of a proposell change of tho intlieollico of Sorgennt-at-Arm- s Senato this year; but it will probably all end in talk. The Senato is a small body, comparatively, and always dignified and conservative. Tho Sonato Chamber is not more, than half as largo as tho Hall of Representatives, and is much hundbomer. Tho floor is going to bo somewhat crowded by tho admission of eight now Senators from tho States Oim-crul from the State of Kentucky h.ivo occupied tho Speaker's chair - times, beginning with Henry Clay, who was six terms there, nnd ending with John Ci. Cm lisle, who was the last presiding officer of the Houpo for three terms. In the meantime John White, from the same State, served one term, and Linn KenHovd two terms, ending in isVi. heads the list. Washington Post. tucky There is nothing parents should be so areful about as selecting' a courH syrup. liens' Cherry Coush Svnip costs no more than the cheap nnd nostrums throw ti on the market. The best none too uood.be sure and KH HKGOS'CHERUV COl'liII SYRUl. Wekeepiton hand St all ime. A R. Penny, Druggist. to CAi!i.m.K.Repre?entn-five- s Coal Vnscs, Salt, Lime, Cement, Flue Tiling, Corn Sliellcrts, Water Klevatois, lk-sidc- s .Sec. a full line of Hardware, &c we are still handling A Good Oouffh Syrup. The Oliver Chilled Plow Which has a reputation that no other Plow has, and one that .ill Plows make war against, which is an evidence of its superiority and popu. larity. 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HARPER ft HROTHERS, Address New Vork, Hut to return to tho caucus. After speeches havo been made, oloquontly depleting tho merits and claims of Messrs. Reed, MeKinley, Henderson, Cannon and Hurrows, tollers aro appointed and tho gontlemen will voto. What Thero Is generally no cholco on tho first We return to you our thanks and appreciation for the liberal paDepressing tjiilct. i.tihv. orarlv skin. Few arenwure i. . or second ballots, and may bo not on tho .v.. .Va.i uma Ii tskes for a disordered. liver 10 tronage you have bestowed on us and kindly ask a continuance' "Isn't it lonoly here, (ieorgc? Did you .r third; but ufter that tho votes comthro cause blotches on the face, and a dark greasy Skin. the coming year. mence to change about kaleidoscopic-allt ever know any thing uoMill?" And to those who are behind in their accounts One bottle of liEGGb- lll.iiuu ruiuricn nu "Oh, yes. Once." and ultimately Homo ono of tho candiBLOOD MAKER will restore this organ to its we insist on a prompt settlement, ns 'tis unpleasant to us to "When was that'.'" dates is selected as the party canput our .1 ,r,.t h,lthv state, and cleanse the blood a plumber once to do a day's following on tho "I hired didate, and r ii imt,..Tlfitii. It Is racetinir with wonderful friends to extra costs making settlements. Monday is elected Speaker. As soon as work for me, nnd he never moved from success. W guarantee every bottle. A. It Pen- Very Respectfully, IIIGGINS & McKINNEY. this matter is settled tho gentlemen morning tonight." Hurpor's ilazar. ny, Druggist. 11pro-porti- dent. They have nn effective way of dealing with habitual drunknrds in Norway nnd Sweden. They put thorn in jail and feed Is also represented by us nnd is giving satisfaction. Deacon (Jash (from rear freat) thein entirely on bread nnd wine. Tho p fo' do Lawd! en dey's wahraed-u- bread is pteeprd in win" for nn hour beby do oarndlo! Judge. ' foro it is served. The first day a man In the STOVIC line we have a better line of cooks than any one. We but before ninny more lie have introduced the "Gold Dust" Steel Range, which has advan. Tin; giving of presents to friends is will tnku it, sight of it. After an incarwill bate the associated with tho Christmas season. ceration of thissoit ninny become total tages that no other has and bids fair to rank among the most popThis Is well. Tokens of allection bring abstainers. ular Stoves of the season. " joy to many a heart. Wo aro to driven Begg's Ohorry Oouprh Syrup wo aro apt to forby pressing duties that New A rizona Cooks have already gained a popularity that no other get tho "sweet amenities" of life. If it Is giving splendid satisfaction to the tiode and I. . ,i, nnsiiivelv marvelous, which can be has and will always be a favorite in the kitchen. And for a smaller your power, mako somo ono glad by is in that It is except other a Christmas present. It is likely that uccounted for In no best onwayj market. Ask lor cook we offer the "Guiding Star," with or without reservoir, as the doubt thero will bo enough sad days beforo withoutsure youthe the genuine. We keep it. A. get THE stove for a small family and one we are having an immense comes again. United Presby- and be Christmas R. Penny, Druggist terian. trade on. Service is maintain- Tim "Ah.itdoesmyheart Paterfamilias .i . ., ..,i. ml .'nut. r,f li'K-- than SHOO,- good to see your Christmas trees. When 1 was a boy used to go out in tho woods 000; and during tlio last your it mw.1787 ...,- -, my own trees. What do you lives anu nrppeny viiih no nt out nuv and cut Tt i.i i.o .miimilt in chargo for trees'."' Dealer (stiflly) " Wo Don't buy a Feed Cutter until you see the "Helle City. federal govern- other department of tho ...ls,.rittnin4j.WWl Sits ()! I rememdo not sell by tho tree." Don't forget to buy 0. K. Lard, the best made. more economically uuiuhuojii- ... ber. Height must bo considered. Well, ment productive of good results in more how much aro they a foot?"' "We do to the expenditure. not sell by the foot, sir. We sell by tho A WORD TO OUR FRIENDS: lnoh." Phlladt lphia Record. A Fortune Hamilton Steel Plow ..., m Llfe-Savin- s 1 Special Bargains in Heating Stoves. i .,i - -- P: ' ? .. ., - K& JulS X ' , , " 3 fl .V ' frwj jmffw sitffiffffyff - Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI I. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, DECEIVIBER 20. 4 889. -- 0 NO. 89 Santa Claus, Santa Claus, Santa Claus ! -- HFADQUARTFRSat- GREAT- A l W. B. JVLeRoberts' I3HTJG STORE. I Bargain Comes up Store! SHAPE -- have the largest stock of-- PLUSH In town, consisting of GOODS HON. HENRY WATTERSON. IN GRAND ForTHE GREAT KENTUCKY EDITOR AND STATESMAN. Bishop Gnlleher'8 Address at the of Jefferson Davis. Origin of Names. Brush and Comb Sets from $1.50 upwards, Photo and Autograph Albums in every style & shape. My Holiday Book line is large, and well selected, to suit all ages and sexes. Dolls and Doll Btijjjjics, a Large Variety. s have all the latest Games and Blocks for children; Toy and Wagons from loc to $3.50 Don't forget that my stock of Jewelry and Silverware is large and consists of everythingin the line. Come and see my stock and be convinced that all your Holiday wants are here and at bottom prices. The Christmas Holidays ' Funeral I ICx-prc- The BEST Place to Buy Your Hol- iday Presents Is From one of common intercut common from tin fact that nil pontons lmve them. Few, I preHUtiiv, aroso void of curiosity iih not to bis of knowing the meaniiix of their appellations. Of ioiirwe in various instances names have undergone so many chances that it is impovsihlu to jjet at tlieir impoit, in others the meaning is clear. Nnne. point directly to the bus! ni'Ntor occupation of the primitive possessor; some to certain pen-ona-l traits. When the hurly George of y ntu hurrying hither and thither in their various pursuits, seeking the "almighty uoiiur. now iiinnv. wotuier, stop ami rellect that the Hint George was no mere idler, hut was a good farmer, as is shown by tho Greek from Georgikos, compounded from ge, earth, ergon, work ami the sullix ikos, implying ability" From (icjo, I aid, , man, comes the The study of mimes in to-da- 1 A. R PENNY! and examine our stock, whoro potent Alexander. This meritorious title was given to the Trojan I'm is because when a youth, being leared anions: the shepherds of Mount Ida, he aided them by displaying his princely courage in defending tlieir Hocks against tobbers and wild beasts. composed of In Philip, from jWK, fond, anil h';m, horse, w have one who is fond of, or loves, the horse, or, simpler, n lover of horses. l'lato was so called because he had n broad forehead, from juru, broad, l'lato was only a nickname given him by his witty fellow countrymen, his real name being Aristocles, from chiVim, best, often in tho sense of best or noble in blood, and riiw, glory, may have been applied to the philosopher in his youth to indicate that he was sprung from royal, or blood, since, through his father he was descended from Codrus, the last hero king from Attica, and thro' SoIds mother from tho gieat lon. Tho noble Christian father, who gave us the name Bible, and whosullered many privations in his old age on account of his unswerving faith, and from whose lips, to use a Homeric epithet, "flowed words sweeter than honey," by his eloquence gained the name Chrysostom, gold mouth, from 7in"w,goId, and xnum, 'u'i, You arc Invitod to call You Will Find Beautiful & Useful Presents; Consisting of iiWwi.-ciati- c GoldJ and Silver Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry and Silverware Of all kinds, Toilot Casos and law-give- r, NOVELTIES IN GREAT YJIHIETY. Also a handsome assortment of mouth. Th greatest of Itouian authors bom the name Cicero simply because 0110 of his ancestors happened to have a mole on his face which slightly resembled a chickpea, acer. Books, Albums, Writing Desks, &c. Prices Lower than Ever Ilcfore. Whether or not the author of Genua-niannAgricola, and of the ponderous Annuls, was really tacit ho surely kym d ALLEN, FAIR & Again to the front, CO. Greet- - Presenting Their Christmas ing . . - On - A Much Larger Scale Than ever before clear out of reach of all competition. Everybody happy, from the little tootsy wootsy kid to the old grandsire. Store crowded from morning till night. gray-haired New Goods Arriving on Every Train. Everybody asking in astonishment: "What can you do with so many nice things ?'" We simply mention a few prices and the great question is solved. We arc doing this as a compliment to our patrons and friends who have so liberally patronized us during the year. If we lose money, as most everybody predicts, it's all right. We'll have lots of fun and foot the bill. We have prepared a nice present for each of our regular customers, who are especially invitVc have too many goods to mention ed to call and receive them. any particular lines or prices. We've got 'em and they arc going. Come and get our Christmas gift. With many thanks and wishing a happy Christmas to all, we are your humble servants, Tacitus. Albion, according to some authoiities, would bo derived from the Latin word, ulbiu. white, and hence would bo appo site to tho numerous chalk dill's of tho wonderful isle, but following others of keener appreciation for the Celtic language It comes from the Celtic root nib. signifying bill. So by tho latter process, Albion means hilly country. F.ven fair France, which had been tho scene of Mich vile despotism, and where atone time liberty seemed locked within the IJ.istile, received her name from that tribe whose peoplo boasted that they were the freest of tho Germans and from their freedom called themselves Franks, or freemen. Ilencu Franco from Francia means frank or free. S. X. Smith, of Tennessee, in Southwestern Journal of Kducation. My win When we utter our prayers today for those who me distressed in mind, when we lift our petitions to the most merciful and ask a beucdit'ticnon thodeeolntc, we remember that one household' above others is bitterly bereaxed and that hearts closely knitted to our own are deeply dis tressed. For the master of Ueauvoir lies doad,under the drooping Hag of the saddened city, the light of his dwelling has gone out and left it lonely for all days to come. Surely we grievo with those who weep tender tears of pain and trouble and there is not a sigh of tho Gulf breeze that sways the swinging moss on tho cypress trees sheltering tlieir home, but titids an answer on our own buidened ' breathing. We recall with sweet sympathy the wifely woe that can be measured only by the sacred depts of wifely devotion;, and our hearts go traveling across the heaving Atlantic seas to meet and com- -' fort, if we might, the child who, coming home, shall for once not be able to bring all tho sweet splendors of the sunshine with her. Let us bend with the stricken house-- ' hold and pay tho tribute of our tears, and then, acknowledging tho stress and surge of a people's sorrow, say that the stately tree of our Southern wood, plunt-- , ed in power, nourished in kindly dews, branching in brave luxuriance and scarred by many storms, lies uprooted. The end of a long and lofty life has come, and a moving volume of human history, has been closed and clasped. "The strange and sudden dignity of death" has been added to the line and resolute dignity of the living. A man who in his person and history symboli.ed the solemn convictions and tragic fortunes of millions of men cannot pass into tho gloom that gathers around a grave without a sign or token from the stucliarged bosoms of those he leaves bo ' hind; and when JciTcrson Davis, reaching "the very seamark of his utmost ' sail," goes to his God, not even tho nio&tj ignoble can chide tho majestic mourn ing, tue sorrowing Honors 01 a last 'salute." I am not here to stir, by a breath, the embers of a settled strife; to speak ouo word unworthy of him and of the hour. What is writ is writ in tho world's memory and in the books of God. Hut I am heio to say that this man as a christian and a churchman, was a lover of all high and righteous things; as a citien, was fashioned in the old, faithful type; as a soldier, was marked and fitted for moie than fame the Lord God having set on him the seal of tho liberties of men. Gracious and gentle, even to the low-- i liest, nay, especially to them; tender nsl ho was brave, ho desei veil to win all tho love that followed him. Fearless and unselfish, he could not well escape the conmci to wnicu no was committed. Greatly and strangely misconceived, ho boro injustice with tho calmness befitting his place. Ho suH'ered many and grievous wrongs, sulleied most for tho sake of others and those others will remember him and Ids unflinching fidelity with deepening gratitude, while the l'otouuic seeks tho Chesapeake or ' ' The mammoth double front room beiii" A Perfect Wilderness of Useful & Beautiful Articles For the occasion. Thousands of Handkerchiefs, Including every line and shade of Silk; also a dazzling display of Neckwear, Headwear, &c, and in the more j Substantial Lines of Serviceable Goods, Such as ' , til j Ladies' and Children's line of Wraps, . Wc display every style and shape of garment in favor; also a full J Including some very handsome Overcoats and Suits, all of which will be sold at " Clo tlXinG-ICnown as Special Sacrifice Prices. The assortment of Men's and Boy's Hats and Caps is larger this season than ever before; also an enormous stock of Boots and Shoes is now in, and at lower prices than ever named by any house in Lincoln county. This OLD PIONEER ESTABLISHMENT the "Great Bargain Store," Never has been nor ever will be overshadowed by any concern in Central Kentucky in attractions shown or prices named. Look at the MI1LINEB1 In cheap and fine all wool grades. Department; About 200 Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, all in new and stylish shapes and beautifully trimmed, and not half regular prices. It will do you good to see the styles and hear the low prices. Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, Some great values wool garments at 45 cents. The j think of all j uie-ion- g Department teems with attractions. and including beautiful 40 cents. yard-wide DRES'S GOODS Beginning at 5 cents per yard heavy Tricots at 19c yard, worth t lTni-versi- tv tho Mississippi sweeps by Briarlield, on its way to tho Mexican sea. When on the December night the worn warrior joined tho ranks of the patient and prevailing ones who Great Bargains in Blankets, forts and Spreads. 6c. Com- Wahnixo. A Sbasonaiii.k some, pretty Clara, And you enchanting Sara, Amanda and my winning, loely Sue, And yon, my dashing Hattie, My charming, laughing Mattie, Jennie and my pouting little I'rue; And you, my jealous Annie, lluwitchiug, romping Fanteasing n nie, And you, my black-eyeMagAnd you, my Fay, Aggie, My cherub gie, My lipped mul iueonly handsome May, I would simply givo you notice, Tho thing on which 1 doto is A pairofslippers easy on my feet, As your Christmad Day surprises, Last year were of all sizes, don't send me any slippers, I entreat. d Kl-firose-cheeke- d soul-inspirin- g Remember it is at this house that you always find many startling Specialties in value. One case good Shirting Flannels at 10c yard, worth 20c. One case good dark Calico, pretty patterns, at per love fur hrouRlit, One case good apron Gingham and one case of yard, worth "l.oeJ tlieir land with If one of thff mighty dead kc the challenge, Shirting Checks in goad quality at 5c yard. All of these arc sold at Art lliou ol u!' life nntwered, 'I am here ' " jc to 8c regular, but arc now marked out as n Christmas offering to our customers. DRUNKENNESS-TH- E LIQUOR HAB Bear in mind you are cordially invited to drop in and post up as to IT-- In alt tho World thoro is but ono euro, Dr. Ualnos' Golden Specific. values, if you don't need a cent's worth of goods. Get valuable inIt can ho Kiwn in a cup of tea or coffee without formation so you will know where to come when you do need goods. the knowledge of the person taking it, elTectiiitfa ipecdyand permanent cure, whether the paliint Our mission isjjto help educate the people as to values. drinker or an alcoholic wreck, l a moderate With hearty Christmas greetings to 'our thousands of friends and 'I nouiandt of drunkard hae been cured who hive taken the Golden Specific in tlieir roflTce customers, wc extend a most cordial invitation to all to visit believe they without their knowledge, and 4c s j HI j i y ALUN, FAIR & CO., McKiimcy. quit drinking of their own freewill. No liarmfu-cilc- ct remit from its administration. Cures guaranteed, Send for circular and full particulars, Ad-dr- i' Goldbn Sikcikic Co,, 185 in confidence Jlace Street, Cincinnati, O S. L. Powers Co.'s STANFORD, KY. s Bargain Store, f i 1 y- -, i y. MjjWHiH) liMliBttfiwyMMi i4vjPFW M. I m m F 'A. T. Nunnullev beucrht of Henrv Thb temperance; people ore kicking MATTERS. MATRHNNIAL to k wee mules against tuc continuation oi Traytor, Ben Gaines and William Beck 3 C. R. Austin and Miss SallloTomlin- of fat hogs at !1 cento. the nomination of Judgo Brewer, of n son drove down from tho West End and will be Tho Homo and Decatur railway was Kansas, to bo Supreme Judge. Btanfohu, Ky., December 20, 1880 remembered that he is the man It de- sold on tho New York Exchange to J. B were made husband and wife by Judge who Varnon Wednesday. cided that a State could not close up a Newcomb & Co., for $oX',000. Mr. J. Will Swope, of tho Hubblo Speaker Reed will announce all of man's business, whether it be brewery, W. P. WALTON. vicinity, and Miss Mary, tho handsome after which daughter distillery or what not, unless it paid him his committees of Mr. Ashley Gulley, of Garfor the plant and tUe value of his busi Congress will adjourn till after tho holirard, will be married at the bride's home days. ness as well. This decision was reversed Tho House has adopted n rep6rt sug- on the 2lth. Only immediate relatives by the Supreme Court of the United are oxpected to bo present. States, which held that it was within the gesting a reward of $.",000 for Silcott. The Falmouth Democrat has been necessary to say that a man police power of tho State to close up the One thousand bills were introduced Wed It is rarely throwing out hints in th.it direction, but condemned to bo hunt; will suffer the breweries without compensating tho nesday. Having said my stock of groceries, to be invoiced Dec. :6th, I ofTcr .Milo Ballabasich, mud from a terri- wo believed thev weie made more in fun penalty if Gov. Buekner doeB not inter- owners, tho decision being based on the for sale privately my fere. After a jury has convicted and the principles set forth in tho decision of the ble griping in his abdomen, committed than otherwise, consequently the invita. suicide at San Francisco by cutting out lion to the marriage of Prof. Stonewall of Appeals Ims searched the de celebrated New Orleans slaughter-housCourt tails of trial and evidence with micro cases. In addition to the temperance his intestines and throwing them away. Jackson Pallium, of Georgetown College, While treating to a "charivari" Mar- to Mimi Nellie Newman, of Falmouth, ecopic earo to iind some technical error, protest, the democrats are urging objecdoes not feel war- tions to the appointment because his ac tin Phillips, a newly married man, on takes us by surprise. The happy event the noble old soldier ranted in setting their verdicts aside and tion in the Wabash receivership cases Toper. Island, Washington, John Hall will occur Dec. illst, ami we join the he does not do so, except for good and and others justify the suspicion that he and John (.irnliam woio. shot and in professor's many friends hero in heartily congratulating in advance. sufllcient cause. Pat Hunt, the murder is a friend to monopolies and dishonest stantly killed by tho groom. In a shooting affray at ML Sterling, of James Abuee at Pans aid not pre corporations. All the same, the judgo er CHURCH AFFAIRS. sent such a cause and the sentence of will be continued. This music is more R. E. Smith, a traveling salesman for a Hnr-gMis. S. R. Brewer, widow of the Into On Main street. the court w.'S inflicted on him Wednes- for the outside ear than for the Senatori- lxmisvillc tlrm, fatally shot Frank On it arc a splendid stable and corn crib, which arc a Chicago drummer, who brought on Samuel R. Brewer, Presiding Elder of day. Ho died with the bravado of a al auricular. nearly new, as is also the fencing. Tho creclc runs the difliculty, claiming that Smith had the district, has been appointed Solicitthrough the lot. even joking about the matter. "1 brute, The Times man at Washington says insulted his wife. ing Agent of the Methodist Orphans' am going to take a trip," said he, "if I good lire for you that Congressman Wilson is sure that The Pekin Gazette brags that dur- Home in Louisville. go to hell I'll have a Elder Martin Owens, assisted by Elwhen vou come." It is refreshing to Gen. Landram will not be appointed ing its short life of 1,000 years 1,1)00 of Judge Boreing, he its editors have been beheaded. The ders Ruben and Todd, has just closed an know that one murderer failed to be re Pension Agent. is as average is a trifle less than two a year days' meeting at Cuba, Pulaski counwarded for his crime in Heaven. Hunt thinks, will get "it, while is no doubt sure that Dr. Walton will be the suc- and not a largo one considering the enor- ty, which resulted in 10 confessions and made no confession, but there a general awakening of the church. that he killed Abnee, though the evi- cessful man. One reason given that mity of the offense. The West Virginia Legislature will His wife, Gen. Landram will be disappointed is There are 0,000 converts to Christidence was circumstantial. who is serving a term of three years at that Col. Bradley wrote tho president meet January 8, to decide the gubernato- anity every day. This is a show ing that ; Frankfort for killing Rick Thomas, now that if lie would appoint Col. Collier rial contest. The majority report seats may well cause his Satanic uiHJesty to faJudgo Fleming, the democrat, by 214 tremble in his Iwots. But when it is re- About miles from Stanford, on the Crab Orchard asserts that Hunt did the killing and surveyor he would not ask any more pike. Small vors, but this is doubtlessa weak inven plurality, and the minority gives the of membered that 80, 100 slnnera heirin life and forced her to confess that she did it house and good water on it. Nearly all in grass. fice to Goirby 108 plurality. every 1M hours, it appeare that Col. under threat of instant death. A very tion of tho enemy. George Early, Win. Wood, Byrd future residence may speedily come to a deserved end and bad man has The Winchester Democrat and Sun demonstrated that hanging is not entire- are having a monkey and parrot time. In Wood and Nannie Wood, four of the demand enlargement. Glasgow Times. ly played out in Kentucky as is some the former Editor Beckner advocates his colored people, have been sentenced to MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. times asserted. The hanging was from claims to be a member of the Stato con death for tiring the town of Rocky a ecaflbld on which three others had met stitutional convention and goes for his Mount on the night of October 17th The postotllce will be moved Jan. 1, buildings were destroyed. their deaths, and was quite artistically opponent, Hon. Bodney Haggard, with- Tnenty-fou- r when the new postmaster takes charge. Justus Walter Elliott was about to performed. Willinm Hix, who is in the furniout gloves. On the other hand the Sun up in his coffin at New York ho ture business M'boro, hi d a wagon to champions the cause of the latter and hi shut nt The Cronin trial at Chicago, after oc- makes life burdensome tothe wilyjudge. startled tho mourners by innuiring turnover with him, breaking his a cupying the court for three monthB, endIt is a very interesting tight, with no in- "What are you going to do with me'."' lew nays since. ed Monday afternoon in a compromise They didn't tell him, and then and there When there Is nothing in the world Coughlin and O'Sulli-van- , dications yet as to who will be the vic- they abandoned the idea of burving verdict. Burke, to write about how can it be expected him. are sent to the peniten- tor. the that wo scribblers can eivo newsy letters The Court of Appeals has decided tiary for life; Kunze gets thro years' imThe Little Bed Hog is a great politifor each issue '.' Ceaso this grumblinir or prisonment, and Beggs goes free. In cian. He seems to try to keep in witll that the Hatfield, alias Mounts, who con minds of our readers all the candidates bv endorsing as manv fessed to the murder of A I Urn McCoy, wo will know the reason why. This is order to refresh the age of trusts. What Is there to pre who may have forgotten what it was al as may apply for tho same ollice. The must hang, and that the judgment of life an imprisonment against the three others vent n scribblers' trust being organized? about, we will state that Dr. Cronin was Louisville Times' Washington dispatch Have it care. foully murdered in May last by these says: Ewell must stick. Mounts will go up nbout Those needing such things would do well to call When Jim Palmer was being taken after he had been tried and con- indorses Mr. Van Pelt for the Danville Feb. 1. men, on to jail from the Wednesday The lawyer who knocked down the victed by a secret order known as the and recently he has indorsed Clan na geil. His body was found sever- Mr. Batterton. That ought to neutral- - U.S. Marshal at Charleston. W. Va.. be he made a break for liberty. The jailer cause he said Jefferson Davis didn't de yelled for help, when M men and Iwys al weeks after his disappearance, in a ize his influence." Stanford, Ky. serve to be buried even in a Potters took the trail. Jim was leaving his pur horribly mutilated. The verdict hewer, suers at a good rate when William HenThe Shelby county democrats are a field, was presented witli a handsome is not received with approbation by the My customers will please make nrr.iiipcmint4 tn scttl - up prompt- cane by the admiring citi- derson mounted a horse and oveitook people of Chicago, most of whom were little previous. They have already nomrecaptured the fleeing fugitive nlwutly as 1 will leave Stanford within about o days. and of the opinion, which generally prevails, inated Col. J. C. Beckham for member zens of his city. Cliff Hogan who has been for many half a mile from town. that the whole ship's crow connected of the constitutional convention, which Jim Palmer and Bell Owens were years foreman of the Winchester Sun, with the awful murder ought to stiller has not nor may never bo called. But it doesn't hurt and it saved trouble and ex- while going to his home in tho suburbs, jailed Tuesday an the charge of housedeath. pense to settle the matter at the same walked into a deep cut made in build- breaking and stealing. A lot of velvet Tiib Louisville Times, which began by primary the county officers were nomi- ing the Kentucky Union road, fracturing and trimmings were missed from J E. being good and has continued to im- nated. his skull atul sustaining other injuries Vowels' store. Owens was found with the goods made up into a dress which prove ever since, is now and will herefrom which he died. AccoiiniNd to custom Chairman Alford after be issued as a six page paper, The descendants of Henry Banks, of she had worn to church. At the trial at the shortest notice to cover has called a caucus of the democratic Virginia, are asking the courts to ratify Wednesday she said Palmer gave her any demands up to 10 pages. A new members of the legislature to meet at their alleged claim to some 300,000 acres the goods. Bond of J200. Both re& : i M., to take of $44,000 press has been placed in the Frankfort, Dec. 2S, at land in Bell county, this State. Bu manded to jail. Palmer claims to and such action as may be deemed best for if they should get it, what will they dot from your place. basement of the Courier-Journthe Times is now printed on it. It has the party and people. During July three cars of goods with it? The squatters wouldn't go Have a complcto lino of a guaranteed running capacity of 4,000 from New York, consigned to Brush without a tight. NEWS CONDENSED. copies per hour of a paper perfectly Tho two little Polar bears so lately Creek, Ky., were by mistake side trackJames G. Carter, an old and printed, pasted and folded for 2, 4, 0, 8, born at the Cincinnati Zoological Gar. ed at Brush Creek, this county, where Louisville merchant, is dead. 10 or 12 pages, and 12,000 an hour of 10, den have climedthe golden stairs. They they remained more than a month. 20 or 24 pages. Patti will sing at the Louisville Au- have gone to join the baby giraffe, the When the cars were taken away it was The Times' motto is progress and its determination to head ditorium in March, four times for baby grizzlies and tho baby hippopota- discovered that thev had been broken the procession never fails of accomplishmus of New York. The poor little into and $700 orSSOG's worth stolen. De Mrs. Charlie Keifer was burned to tilings won't thrive in this latitude. tectives traced and found some of the ment. Now is the time to subscribe. death by the explosion of a lamp in Lou The Supreme Court of Georgia has goods in Jackson county and some in Candies, Nuts, J'igs, Oranges, Lemons, Uananas, Dates, Those who look long on the wine isville. decided that the arbitrary standard time, Manchester. Some four or live suspect&c, &c. when it is red furnish almost daily ready Gen. Boulanger will receive 221,000 made to suit the railroads, is not legal. ed parties in the neighborhood of Brush made arguments for the temperance ad- for 30 lectures in the United States. He The judge very wisely decided that time creek hove made it convenient to visit vocate and demonstrate that the safest will speak in English. I ! I was a division of the day made from the other climes for tho present. I ! ! and best plan is to look not at all upon .Mr. C. A. Tinsley, of Barboursville, Editor T. A. Davis gets thopostoflico moment the sun crossed the meridian, the accursed stuff, which steals men'" at Maysville, N. A. Crow at Franklin, and that no arbitrary variance from this on his way home from whool stopped brains and makes miserable wrecks of ' and W. E. MetchSsson at Princeton. over here two days. H. J. Mullins, of time, made to suit railroads, was legal. their bodies. At Owensboio this week Tho Climax says it took four cars to Miss Ivouiso Epperson shot and kill- this county, has been granted n pension. R. W. McFarlaud, once a fine lawyer haul tho Tribble monument to Rich-- I ed Julius Hopper, at her homo G. W. Baker is in from Louisville. Mace near and a member of the legislature, fell inond. One of the stones weighs 20 Mo., for twitting her nbout her Miller is homo from Sinks, where he has Toys of all descriptions. Fancy Groceries Drugs, Kx. down a stairway whilti in an intoxicated tons. wkatui-:ri'ornumerous admirers. She had threaten- been telegraphing for some mouths, Joe & COOK. condition and in search of another drink, It was 21 years Wednesday since the ed to kill him on a previous occasion Hardin having resinned his duties there. andbroko his neck. The demon has land- proclamation announcing the adoption and kept her word the first time he John Williams has resigned his night ed many a soul in hell and will contin- of the 13th amendment to tho constitu- again offended. Miss Louise would work at Livingston and is visiting in ! ue to do so as long as men are too weak to tion. Hugh Miller is now n stulinike a pretty good subject for the hang- - Louisville. control their appetites. Tho legislature of Mississippi will bo man. dent lit the depot. J. J. Pointer is workKUF.'l At Dallas, Texas, Mrs. Mary Adams, ing nights nt Livingston. (5. C. Woodnll asked to appropriate $100,000 for the pur. Jcdoe Lti.i.v, of the Irvino district, pose of erecting a monument to the late a handsome young widow, was shot and is at Orleans, Ind., to see a sick sister. XVaSk """"" should either shoot or give up the gun. Jufl'eion Davis. ric h "."hrM'Si.',0, iV'v! '.'J?, fatally wounded by W. D. Cummings, a Mrs. L. B. Adams and children me visit- i. nervou. 'mj'art I""'"' emrgy to the muiclel and i)iiriii. t'rlce Si ih r bottle. He refuses, because he is afraid, to hold A I. l.C Vl'fllJlff Lt'urm Mr.'J. J. Glenn, President of the rejected lover. She had accepted the ing home folks in Garrard. Misses .nhf.nr.u,ri1y:r.?.e ra. ? courts in Knox, Perry or Breathitt, but State Teachers' Association, has called a escort of another man from church and . ,v nllu rc,,,,,,, rnce ., ., Brooks and Nannio Kennedy, two of icm botUc per " continues to draw the salary he does not meeting of al) tho educators of Ken- was fired upon by Cummings, who was Crab Orchard's pretty girls, were hero c" n,uim" ",,PJ,"J -. s" Headache, worthy of his tucky, to be held the 20th, in Louisville- In ambush. Bloodhounds were placed Sunday. E. H. Boden and wife have KMnuracturvd and lor kale to the tr.idu by the earn. The Judgo is not position. His backbone is too flimsy The Virginia school fund from all on tho track and the assassin was soon gone to Richmond, where ho will conW1LLIAMSKURG DRUG CO., and ho ought to make way for another sources isSl,500,000,'of which $1,200,000 captured. tinue in tho picture business. Mrs. J. Ky. republican who would do his duty, if comes out of the revenue of tho State. Governor Bucknor has pardoned W. II. Hutchiugs, of Crab Orchard, was hero hiich a man could bo found. If not This amounts to nearly half tho income. A. Jenkins, 17 years old, and Vest Mil- Tuesday to see her aunt, Mrs. P. J. there are plenty of democrats ready to At u California fair, tho other day, a ler, 11 years old, sent to the penitentiary Smith. Miss Lizzie Evans has gone to demonstrate that Judgo Lilly's coward- Plumas county man ate 43 pegs for sup- for larceny. These boys were discharg- Zunesville, O., where she will attend ice is all that is in the way of his hold- - per. Tho next morning for an appe- ed upon the application of Rudolph school. Mrs. Jack Adams 'wiites that she was met at the train at Guthrie, Okcourts at the appointed time. tizer ho partook of nine boxes of sar- Finzer, of Louisville, President of the lahoma, by Miss Alma Carson, formerly Humane Society, who undertakes tho oi nrounciui. It is now settled that Senator Black dines. lion in the Philadelphia zoo suf- care and detention of these youtliful ofA burn will have no opposition to his refering from the toothache, his keeper ad- fenders in the House of Refuge nt Lou Coal election. The Senatorial contest being isville. out of uio way and there being no need ministered laughing gas, put the beast to Jefferson Davis' will has been pro keep on hand No. t quality ol Jcllico. I.ily sleep and safely extracted the ofl'ending wwai in my orucr at of more laws than wo have, the legislai.ruve bated at Mississippi City, Miss. It is da- i i.u hi o. o, 'iyur tore and they your be molar. will xiu intend. ture ought to get through it business in ted February 20, 1881, and leaves tho cd to piomptly MIlililMS, J. 11. Star Curd Ky, Gen. Stipt. Wilson and Trainmaster OJ a month. But it won't, the moro's the Cummins were instantly killed in it Brierfield plantation and its appurtenanpHy. Tho So a day statesman will not wreck on tho O. I. & V., near Coxing-tin- , ces to tho widow; Elliston plantation to FORJ RENT. let loose till ho feels that it would bo a Ind., caused by the breaking of an Mary Ellis, of Philadelphia, and the Lim for him to remain longer and shame erick plantation to Mary Dorsey, of Maaxle on tho pay car. The property occupied by A. K. KIUii. near tho draw tho pay ho does not earn. is 43 years of ryland. There is a mortgage of $45,000 Danville loll gate. Good house, outhouse, orchMine. on tho property, which of jrood Kround, Ac. ard, water, two I'os. Ir tho Senate approves the extradition ago and has been singing since 18.30. She people propose to raise. the Southern seuion jfivpn at acm once, 68 with England negotiated by Sec- was born in Madrid and drifted to tho treaty M. K K1.KIN Holiday Excukmo.ns. The Queen & retary Blaino and Sir Julian Paucefoti, United States at the ago of five, where Crescent Route will make the usual holwhich largely increases tho list of extra- she remained 12 years. I Three magazines at iday excursion rates between nil points ditable offenses, our financiers will ceaso Will keep constantly on hand a large and select to find a haven in Canada. Embezzlo- - North Clarendon, Pa., containing over on itfl lines. Tickets on sale December A Wrick line of Fumir r fact near ten tons of glycerine, blew up; Two 21 to 25 inclusive, good for return until OnSomeretirect,ttt present occupied by Mr. . o ment is included in the list; in uvm. uy prices W1U DO E3 low BS SUCh goods tanks of oil caughtflro and January 3. Also Dec. 29 to Jan. 1, 1S90, obtained at a barmm. Addre ir call on "" ly everything is, making a man no safdr .cu uo uuuisui, m wie cuies, uive me a trial and you will i ii. A.iucusur he con- rn(r. Ky? ' were destroyed. No Jives were loht. j inclusive, good for return until Jan. 5. hero for his crijnefl. thwe than Or P. M. McROIiJtKI-4vinced that I sell lower tlkn the lowest. Stanford. Semi-Weekly K ( m m Interior Journal "3S ! car-lo.- ul ' H DOUBLE NUMBER t.rfff e Lot Containing 1i'0 Acres y, VS 51i Acres of Land, y. , ice-ma- n, A Columbia Buggy, nearly new; Splendid Folding- Bed; Marble Top Wash Stand, with Large Mirror; several Rocking- Chairs; Carpet; Curtains; Coal .Vase; Wash Stand Set, &c. T. R. "WAIiTOlT, court-hous- e post-offic- e, gold-heade- d , CHRISTMAS GOODS COOK, ! WEflTHERFORD HllStonville, al -'- well-know- n $2o,-00- 0. Silverware, Watches, Lamps, Chandalabras and Glassware of All Kinds Dolls Dolls Dolls Largest stock mot Dolls ever brought to this vicinity. e, The Great Remedies ,, 1 1. Mol-H- o - .....tszz'z "a AWhlEUir iiVlu I I "- Williamsburg, SEW FURNITURE STORE! MAK HUFFMAN, 2FB1DP. Attention, 1 Burners. R Pattl-NJcoli- nl nitre-glycerin- e FOB SALE , House and l,ot. 23,000-barr- 1 i. Fswufrfryu i a liaiiiiiit mn'w MM a&i;?Uite'ii,A - f- mJU JL i n fiifi .'til, 'j.?'. t ...y i i " L .. wiyt-- 1 ': f 8 r " 0 h it Is difficult to particular! The curtain rose on the class in . in Lam iv, queens ware, Ac. , cheap at T. when "King Out, O, Bell6" r f A couple of elegant room on I.anraiter Street, .' 'otcnira. Guns, n.iiinunltion nml loaded shells was given with spirit nnd melody. Miss ' m:. suitable lor offices, millinery or bed.roomi. ' Stanford, Ky., Deckmuek 20, 188U See S. L. Powers & Co.'h dieplny ol chenp nt T. Meti-al- 'b. Ha boujlit the right to tell the Kurtkl Quilting Helen Iteld in a voice Attachment hi Lincoln, (iatrard and I!o) It counW.G WttiCH. well makciof Ohristumscoods. night, 21. Don't recited "The Polish Boy," very artistical- ties. It wotks equallytimet on allwotk in a xewlng Minstkkls machines; will do ten day of ly; Miss Berta Carpenter gave "Our any other manner of quilting: tha fact it i one of Bmlm I' in Toys of every description at A. A. fall to sec them. K.c,WALTON,DU8.Mana(;er labor tavert ever offered to the female Folks" very charmingly; Miss Mary Ad- Krcatctt will call to aeeyou tn a few dayi. j) Warren's Model (Jrocery. Fifty dozen embroideried and hem- ams gave new beauty .to "Little Bed ex He received for Jacket," while Miss Kato Cook's rendiMn. Adam 1'bnck has rented the J up. stitched handkerchiefs just MEANS IUSINESS. holiday trade. Severance it Son. In the corporate limits of Rowland. tion of the "Kvening on the Farm" was I'axton farm of --'16 acres for the year Ihv 86 excellent both in manner nnd imitation. II. J. DAKST, Rowland. 18!H)fortl,0.X). Foi'M.-- A pair of go'd rimmed specYour Miss Julia Bradley then sang "Merry Xinns Steady OiiA.(ii, Cocoauuts, Candies Xuts, tacles. Owner can get them by paying Bingaru" and her effort was so highly To canvaM for the ale of Nunerv Stock. for auc- ! employment L'uarantced. GOOD I'AV Trix Balslns, Finn, Oysters, Crackers, Ac, at for this advertisement. Apply at this appreciated that she was forced to re- cctsful men. Apply at once, Hating age. from lion tnia paper. 8i oil.ce. ALAI1A.MA NL'RSERV CO., Huntsvllle, All. A. It. Penny. A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. spond to an encore, which she did giv 'I ho Residence, with nbout five acres of land, The large side of the real and personal ing a verse of "Then You'll Bemember now occupied by Judge Thos. W, Vamon. Also Tiik first of January is drawing near estate of Mr. A. I. van do Water will REPORT OP THE CONDITION Me" very sweetly. She has a good an elsgant Hrick Residence and grounds. PERSONAL POINTS. and I insls, that all of my customers fa- occur at his residence on the Bush Branch voice, well cultivated, and looked very Apply to JOHN II. CKAKJ & SON. vor me with nn early settlement. 11. C. J. 'P. I Iock Kit went to Cincinnati yea pike this morning. lovely in n suit of white. Miss Lena THE NATIONAL BANK OF HU3T0NVILL E Itupley. i terday. Williams' recitation of "Drowned" was The town was never fuller of Chriet-ma- s AT HU.STO.VVU.t.K, I). It. C.wti'KNrKit visitiui; his bisters remarkable for clearness of enunciation Out cloaks are going very fast since goods and they are goim; like hot In the State of Kentucky, nt the close of lniines RESIDENCE FOR nt Wliiclii-Htvrand for the beautiful rendition of a song we put them down at cost, so call at once cakes. Bead the advertisements in this Dec. n, 1689. Mil. O. It. Maumii.w., of Bonhain, Tex-as she gracefully knelt before the audibefore our sizes are broken too much. paper and you will Hie where you can offer for Having decided to go to farming, Is visithiK frientls here. ence. Miss Lizzie Drye was more than Owsley A Craig. KKSOUKCKS. rent my Residence and Grounds at the intersecget them cheapest and best. Ml I.ki.a William, of .Mt. Vernoin tion of Main. Dansilleand Ilustonville streets, lor I pleasing in her presentation of "Lost Lo.itu and discount 5ioj,j56 34 one year or a term ol years. It is very det'irable ItEMEMitEit, we will sell you a cloak is viitiiiK Mrs. W. J. Sjmrks. Saturday, nt 2 o'clock, I and Found" and Miss Jennie Reid's por- Uvertfralts.. J. II. OWKNS. ,(4,7 0, in every respect. jiiBt at wholesale prices, so if you want V. Ko.'t is traveling Mb. John n circtilirtion will sell publicly, a lot of house and trayal of tho "Maiden Martyr" was an U. S. Ilond 11,510 00 to purchase call at once as we begin to kitchen furniture, including an exten- effort worthy of a professional. Mrs. II J Due Irom approved reserve agents for tliu Stanford Boiler Mills. 11,050 31 Due from other National Hank Craig. move next week. Owsley 7,"J5 i" It. Camnitz next sang "The Song That Real estate, Mils. Lizzie McAmntkk, sion table, nice bureau, chairs, oil tank, is visiting SALE OR furniture and fixtures 1,500 00 Beached My Heart" and was rewarded Current expenses and taxes paid...., Mrs. Joseph McAlister in Danville. fruit jars, ite. Mrs. Geo. II. McKinney. 1,07a 18 Ocii junior acknowledges with thanks by so decided and prolonged nn encore Premiums paid JosKrii Him., n clever yoiiii gentle-ma- an Invitation from Miss Julia Bradley to j 500 00 A DESIRABLE HOUSE AND LOT weather continues and that she again appeared and Bang, by Checks and other cash items The spring-lik333 54 from Wayne, was hero Tuesday. meet Mioses Bue and Jones at her home the signal service says it is likely to the Hills of other Hanks 875 00 On Lancaster street In Stanford, with six rooms Miknks Johie ami Maikiie Dodds, of and kitchen, now occupied by W. II. Miller. evening of the restoftho month. The goosebone said speciul request, "Marguerite." Both her Fractional paper currency, nickels and at Ilustonville on the Foisesifion given Jan. t. Apply to singing nnd her amusing recitation of Danville, nro the Km'sts of Mrs. J. K. cents jj jj Mr. C J. HA1LEY. this would be the coldest week of the "Josiah Allen's Wife" were greatly ei sPeoe Portuuin. -- .. 6,774 year audio! it is the wannest. There joyed and 6ho deserves congratulation on Legal tender notes 3 000 00 Bev. and MttN. G. II. Itoi'T, of Fou Bent. The house formerly occu Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer winso greatly adding to the success of the have heen visitlnx nt Mr. John pled hy .Mrs. Curtis Watts for the year has not been a cold day this fall or 5 per cent, of circulation.. 56a 50 W. Bout's. ISiH), and the house now occupied by ter. entertainment. Pretty Miss Mattie Alm My New House on Main St., $174,198 86 Mk. II. C. Kaiiiiis has rented the Mr. William Cuer, after Feb. 1. Apply Halt of our Ilustonville package of corn iu "Sister and I" nnd Little Dollie lotal Stanford, Ky. For terms apply to Mr. W. II. I.IAHILIT1KS. Tuesday's papers were returned here Alcorn in "Bobolink" were especially Higgins, Stanford, or to me at Danville, Ky. Jnuw of J. B. Owens anil well move to to J. 11. Iliguins. LtiTTIK N. HO! .MES. 3 It about the 1st. yesterday from the Cincinnati office. good. The little one's imitation of the Capital stock paid.in $ JO,o., 00 Tins is handed in by the gentleman The mails are miserably handled now notes of a bird was almost perfect nnd Surplus fund , 00 John V. Yokes, Km,., is in Washinglo himself: Thomas C. Ball, the retired 4l898 43 ton in the intereht of Mr. Batterton for hy the greenhorns at work on this line her noting was worthy of a much older Undivided profits WALLACE E. VARNON, merchant, sold to Mr. 1. .S. l'hihps a and Capt. Junks' attention is respectful- person. "John Maynard" hy Miss An- National Hank notes nutitnndini; 10,33000 ostniaster at Danville. Individual deposits subject to check Attorney at Law, maru and colt for $&. Tommy tells us ly ?,9t3 38 na Held elicited well deserved npplause Due to other National Hani Mas. Bout. 1..1'out:k, daiiKhtem, Misscalled. 8,078 83 z'.ViAb on the two in It that hecleered Kentucky. Stanford, and then a trio composed of Miss Brades Kllr.il and Lir..ic, and Ron, Willie, hae ..Ji74,to8 S6 months and it beats selling sugar and T. It. Walton has sold his grocery ley, J. B. Cook and George Bradley sang TolaI Wen visiting relatives in Boyle. Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin-n- g STATK OF KF.NTUCKY, store to II. C. Farris and Mark Hardin "Life Has no Power." A hearty encore counties and in the courts of appeal. County of Lincoln, Miu A. V. Moiikiii.ev and family have collet. Office over McKobcrts & Stagg's drug store. for cost anil carriage, but invoicing will attested how well it was received and I HocVer cashier of the above named i Hived from Madison to the Bennington Wants a Patent. Mr. T. J. Hatcher not commence till the L'lith, from now to Hank, do solemnly swear thut the above statement lasted till they had to respond. "The is true lo the best uf my knowledge nnd belief. farm recently purchased by him. has invented a shoe polish which lays in which time you eangetgoods.mightylow Famine" by Miss M. S. Logan was an Meeting. J V. HOCKI2K, Cashier. Miss Doi.i.ie Wii.ua.ms went to Lex-- 1 the shade anything of the kind we have Subscribed and sworn to before mn this 17th day of Main ami Somerset injiton yesterday to spend the holidays "ever seen. It puts a beautiful gloss on at the corner effort worthy of great commendation and of Dec., 18S9. C. F. I'KACOCK N. V. L. C Af Wfittrttt It a a iiiwm ot wmta i A meeting of the stockholders of the National with her sister, Mrs. Dr. L. F. Hullman any kind of leather and will last for or . ., .." 1il it was generously bestowed. Miss Julia Correct attest. J. I". Hank of Hustsnville will be held at their banking: for his object in Goodo was . and IllFhl. 1'iii.ttv little Miss Annie Dishman, id days, wuier or mini noi iiuerieriiig health . , the last to recite and gave . L ,,. ... ... .. ., house in Ilustonville on the sccend Tuesday in I". J. Komnson I)ir January, lSy, for the purpose ol electing nine diF.UttD. AUOKN with much beauty nnd the College, went to Barbourvillc hint with it iu the least. He will make an ef NtMiuiL? ib iu mM'K it riiiuiiie? liiiil win re "Ninety-Eight- " rectors to strve the ensuing vear, store it. lie will leave early in January effect. Messrs. Cook, Bradley, Will Huff84 n.tfht to spend Christmas with her pa- fort to get n patent on it J. WMIOCKLR, Cashier. perhaps for California. man and Beccher Adams sang "Moon rents. No :jor-- t Bio Stone Gaf. J. S. Hughes Ai.lkoei) Bhiamist. Kid. B. M.Xeale, light on the Lake" and were rapturousA 1.KTTEK from Mrs. J. Will James orREPORT OP THE CONDITION ders her paper to Bartow, Flu., where and S. M. Owens, of this place, and Mr. who married Miss Martha Mann, at ly applauded. The calisthenic exercise or the she and her husband are spending the J. W. Sallee ami several other money Junction City, eight orten years ago and by the class showed how well it had NaA meeting of stockholders of the devils, of Harrodsburg, will compose u been drilled and the many motions were LINCOLN NATIONAL winter. BANK, tional Hank will the held nt their banking First in then went to Missouri and, it is alleged, be house party to leave for Big Stone Gap Mon- married again, was at Milledgeville Col It. P. J.mins and It. G. Kvaus, of Stanford on the second Tuesday in January, 1890, yep. given with marked uniformity ami skill. AT STANFORD, for the purpose of electing eleven directors to Danville, were over yesterday attending day next. It is their intention to buy terday taking depositions to prove A duet by Misses Anna Beid nnd Kate ensuing year that the 84 JOHN J. McROHKRTS, Cashier. to business relative te Mr. W. F. Kvans' lands before the promised boom gets on he is not the same Neule. His name is Cook entitlod "The Hour of Parting" In th) Slate or Kentucky, at1889. c!oc of bunpvt, Dec. 11, and sell while real estate is at its highestate. closed the exercises, which were generthe same and many recognize him as the KESOUKCKS. Miu W. G. MoKin.ney, after a pleasant est. Here's hoping they will make n same one who used to live here, but he ously applauded and heartily enjoyed I.nans ami discounts Meeting. throughout. Miss Dollie Williams fur Overdrafts, secured aud unsecured ...1306,059 79 million. visit to his old home, returned to Decapersists he is not the man. He is under nished the instrumental music, W. It. U. S, Honds 10 secure circulation... - .37 7 tur. Ala., this week, hut did not take the Mahsiiai. Xewlind Is getting some bail at Mt. Yernon, Ind., for $o,000 to Williams was master of ceremonies and Due from approved reserse agents. .. 30,000 00 A meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln 9. '36 77 National Hank w ill be held at their banking house Kentucky beauty with him ns predicted. good work out of the chain gang, which answer n charge of bigamy. 6,19177 in Stanford on the second Tuesday in January, II. It. Camnitz attended to the tickets iut iiomumcr .Miiouai lianks s Mrs. Li.sd.skv, wife of V. S. District ordinarily toil not neither do they spin, 1800, lor the purpose of electing eleven directors to Due from State Hanks and Hankers 136 6S serve the ensuing year. The Swiss. Mr. J. Otteuheimer, who nnd finances. The lovely young ladies Real estate, furniture and fixtures.. Attorney, H. B. Lindsey, of Hiiutsville, unless he is the officer In charge. He is 7 300 00 84 J. 11. OWSLEY, Cashier. Tumi., and her three little children, are having the streets scraped, ' the long has spent the week with the colony he of our sister town of Ilustonville did Current expenses and taxes paid 384 90 Premiums paid founded in this county at Ottonlieim themselves proud and we sincerely 400 ot) visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. stopped-uculverts opened and doing a and Highland, tells us ,l0oo (0 them nnd their excellent teach- Hills of other Hanks that he found the Hendricks. Fractional paper currency, nickels and good work generally towards lelievlug I offer for rent ray Hotel in iho town of Laacas. Miss Ki.i,a MrKi.uwi.v, who has spent the town of the bad reputation it is gut- new people doing remarkably well and er. cents 81 31 ter, known as the Masun House, containing 3 Specie teveral weeks with Miss Bhoda Portmaii, ting for nasty streets nnd sidewalks. all contented with their location. They 4,300 00 rooms besides kitchen and other outbuildings. The Old Man Can Take the Cake. Legal tender notes aud Immediate4,500 00 Said hotel adjoins the left this morning for her home at Frank- John is not afraid of work and doesn't have full garners and a sufficiency of (To the Editor of the Interior Journal. ly opposite the new brick lis ery stable of Walker Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer, stock nnd are fueling well generally. Doty. Only one other hotel in the town and a k lin, to the regret of many friends made mind making a hand himself when necIn your last issue of the I. J., I noticed 5 per cent, of circulation . 3,350 no good opening'lur the right man. Terms reasonaMany of them have paid for their lands during her stay. Mrs. K J.MASON, ble nn exploit of Mr. J. B. Owens with a Total essary. $400,503 94 Lancaster, K while the others aro fast doing so. They shot-guMh. W. H." Mi A fee, of Woodlnwn nnd dog. Plense permit me to The tight for the Stanford postolncej are making what was considered the relate an incident of my hunting with Capital stock paid I.IAHILITILS Stock Farm, has In press a catalogue of In. ...'. fcoo.ooo 00 his Hue trotting, running nml combined Is now on iu earnest. Judge J. A. Ly- valueless part of the county to bloom a rifled gun. When I was n young man, Surplus Fund 3,000 no Undivided 17,181 18 Hock, showing the jwdigree of some tic has shied his castor into the ring and with thrift and beauty, and are proving nbout 05 years ago, I tooic my rifled gun Slate Hank profits Notes outstanding..., 45,000 00 says he Is going in to win. Mr. B. G. good citizens. hplcmlid horses, colts uml marcs. most popular scientific and and went to the woods to kill a mess of Individual deposits subject to check.... 115,60136 Is the oldest and published papor Alford has been quietly working for the and has the largest JJTANroitii society people hnvc not been squirrels. I killed 11 squirrels nnd two uue to otner national Hanks 14,5539a circulation of any paper of Its class in tho world. last year nnd it was thought he hod the llest class of Wood Knitrar. Due to State Uanks and Hankers CITY AND VICINITY. 48 Fully lllu.trtd. weekly. 5,907 treated to a more delightful entertain- wild turkeys lH,in all at 12 shots, not Send for specimen Ings. Published "cinch" till the judge came iu from ment for many a day than was the a year. Konr months' trial, missing a shol, but killihg two of the '1'o,al .loJTJ coot. Price 3l'uut.lSlticms 3il Uroadway, II. MUNN X CO., S,. Half Soles at T. It. Walton's. Kansas and put in his claim. Both "lunch" given by Mrs. W. H. Miller on STATU OK KKNTUCKV, i squirrels nt one shot. One of the tur'" County of Lincoln, IUILDERC Nile N. 0. Sugar cheap. T. It. Walton, have held the ollice and know what is Wednesday evening. Some 15 couples keys was running fast at the time I killI, John H. Owsley, cashier of the alios ed namnd expected of them. Mr. G. G. Wine has were on Edition of Scientific American. V Hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement i hand at the invited hour and ed it. At nnother time a dog was nfter is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A great success. Kach Issuo contains colored I'll k'I.kd pigs' feet for sale at M. F. withdrawn and signed Judge Ly tie's were royally entertained by Mrs. Miller, lithographic plates of country and city reslrten. JOHN U. OWSLEV, Cashier. my sheep on a tolerably dark night, so ces or public bulldtnirs. Numerous engravings application. Capt. Bichards' term ex- who plans and had as her assistants Messrs. W. 11. dark that I could not see the sight on ofSubscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day and fullcontemplatespecifications (ortl--the ause ol year, Dec, 1869. building, l'rlre such as pires Junuury 21. W. M. BRIGHT, N. L. C. Miller and D. B. Carpenter. Little Miss my gun. I could only distinguish the li eta. a copy. MUNN 4 CO., I'UBLlSHUts. Twelve tiioisand brick for sale at T. Correct attest: Mutual Pb. W. II. Spradlin, Linda Miller welcomed each of the guests dog from the sheep hy his yelp. I tired The 0. J. II. Owsley, ) by apply S. I. Khiers, J. Directors. 10 aiu.-i nnd shot him through. The dog was I jigineerof the Cumberland Itiv-e- r at the door anil played the role of receivChief II. Shanks, J 111. who Finest Now Orleans Molasses at A. railroad, was here Tuesday iu line er iu an admirable manner for one so about SO yards oil' nnd running nt full years' exporinnco and li.tvi madft over Warren's Model Grocery. f the road. young. J. L. Daw.on. The lunch that was spiead was speed. spirits over the prospects m H0.UU applications for mcrlcan and For- sV emn patents, fur llundbouk. Torres. No UTSss ondence strictly confidential. 'Tiikiik will bo a Christmas Tree at He had just leturned from Gallatin, lit for the gotis and was libeially partakREPORT OP THE CONDITION NEW AbVEinTSEMKNTS where Capt Bodmer informed him en of. Misses MeKiwain and Twidwell, Krtuc (vittrcrvo. In Ml, Xenia next Tuesday night. OF In case jour mark Is not registeredand the Hat. that there was id doubt about the early in whose honor the lunch was given, proeursi apply to Ml'N.v .1 I'n., THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, enl Dfflce, protection, seud for Handbook. Immediate Please return our step ladder and building of the road, provided the coun- bore thu honors of the occasion with COPYKIOHTS for books, charts, maps, AT STANFORD, it stay at home. Higgius it .McKin- ties along the line give the good grace and added much to the pleasetc., quickly procured. Address SollclHirn. SIUNN st CO., I'M In ilie St.i.e of Kentucky, at the close of business ney. Surely this is ns little as a io.ul could ure of the evening. CthtlUL Oirict XI IIUO.,llWA. N. v Dec 13, 18S9. ask, which will be of such incalculable Duki.Mi this month and January I will Tin: distillery of W. II. Traylor was House & Lot of Miss Mary Myers, KESOUKCKS. value to the section through which it sell millinery at cost. Call and secure a burned at 3 o'clock , Tui'Mlay morning Now occupied by Mr O.N. Hradley, is for rent I Iiifivik tt ti tit tut w r( rv.vsiu niftir ttiiLiiitti intlt lining Loans nml discounts $330,400 jj '"Ot slllJ lllUlll'it bargain. Mrs. Kate Duddcmr. for the sear 1E00. Possession gisen January 1st. Oserdrafts, secured and unsecured.. ""; ,0, LOUISVILLE, KY. the linenro willing to donate the light- - dff,h'K,,,u 11,003 " A. D. KOO T, Stanford, Ky. ,2 bushels 84 wb.sky, nnvj V S. Honds to secure circulation 50,00000 The leading Agricultural Journal of tht South 2nd West. Don't fail to see A. A. Warren's dis- of.wavandwotakeit m, that few if l a11 th" ol,ur aiipurtunnnces of Stock, securities, judgments, claims, etc. 36,350 50 .. .ill f, m..t...r. wl.iM," t'th ni,nt ", play of Holiday Goods. Ho has a large, ..... .... Duo from approsed reserve agents 3,480 36 Mado by Farmers for Farmors. the establishment. It is supposed that ought to bo attended to at once. Let ns Due Irom other National Hanks varied and beautiful assortment. 3il caught from tho roof. It took tiro As a record of successful agriculture. Home Due Ironi State Hanks and Hankers leave no stone unturned to secure tho it 398 80 anii l'.sKM has no equal. I'.very tonic relating twice the evening before nnd it is Realest.ile, furniture and fixtures 8,900 00 to agriculture is openly dlcit4eu in it columns Tin: K. C. will sell round-tritickets road. by the farmers themselves. No expense is spared thought that it was not entirely extin- I u ill sell publicly, before I go back to Europe Current expenses nnd taxes paid 3.I99 37 in securing a full account of every notable sucon at cents u mile from all stations, beginPremiums paid Ku.Lt:!. Another brakeman has been guished, sparks perhaps remaining iu 4,500 17 cess on Hie farm. It is distinctively the ning on the '2.1 nnd ending January 1, uddedU) Checks and other cash items 663 80 tho long list of the unfortunates the old timbers. The house was built FAHMERS' OWN PAPER. Dec. 20II1, 1889, Hills of other Hanks good to return on the 'Id. record of their dally life, presented in a form 174 00 occupation. IK) years ago by .Mr. Traylor's father anil who follow that hazardous Fractional paper currency, nickels and and language which make it plain to all. Ouanoes from 1!5 to 10c per doz.; ba- Wntle McPherson w.w horribly man- was entirely too combustible for its val cents ITS LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS My Karmof iSS Acres of IllucGrats Land, J" 33 nanas '.'0 to 2.c per do.; lemons L'O to gled at 1 o'clock Tuesday morning just uable contents. It was connected with Situated i4 mile from Stanford, tne county seat Pl'fci 5,360 53 Contnltin the nameiof the moot progressive fannrem Lancaster Legal tender notes ers of the South und West. They do not treat county, Ky., 6 nuk of Lincoln L'.'ic per doz"; candy from 15 to lOe per as his train was entering the yards at the warehouse, where 1,700 barrels of and S miles from Danville, all on good turnpikes, Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 4,330 no of theoretical farming,usbut of theII. actual condiV Johnson; building today tion sshicli confront y. Myers. He was endeavoring to step whisky are stored which only escaped by The improvements are a kitchen; frame barns the Bowlaud. pound. S. ; Henry Stewart . John M. Staht ; tun with hall. 6 rooms and 3 percent, of circulation 3,350 co Waldo 1'. 9 A. l. Ford ; Jeff. Wclborn , Hugh T Brooks; John from a high gondola to a lower one extraordinary effort to save it. Mr. one 100x60x41, with granary, corn crib and 6 box I T II Haldwin Hilda C. Kdgar: Steele's Havon cs for tint) horses; the second 40x40x30 with 11 Tin: story of tho Bale of tho K. C. is when he trod on a piece of coal, which 4iJ4,9S 06 host of others m ike tlilii j jtirii.il mdispciiuuble. stalls, t box room lor calves, hay, straw lofts and Total Traylor sayB his loss is fully denied by Supt. Huntington, who says turned with him and threw him under Morcovct, it Is equally ami prospective and thut he corn crib. is iu u high state of cultivation and LIAHILITIKS. The Farm A HOME MAGAZINE. tho road is paying very handsomely and the wheels. Several cars passed over can produce uverylhing. There are 70 acres in Capital rer is stock paid in $350,000 00 Uvcry subject of luterrit to the closer, ao acres meadow, 60 for corn and 17 lor there is no concern about it with the him, cutting off his right leg into the had not n cent insurance. Ho will fully treated. Mary Mnrsdcii. Lois Cntesby, Mrs. aro all right unci plenty build at once nnd hopes to he again un- oat. Fencesground is undulating, of wood and Surplus fund 5,000 no Hrossii. Mr. Dasless, MUh Cabell. Miss Mosby, management. rather level, water The Undivided profits hip, his left leg lower down and his der headway in (I weeks. 0,14360 Alice Winston aud a score of others ss ill contribI will sell my lull set of Implements, such as 45,ooo 00 ute icgulavly. right arm iu two places, besides other self Hinder, Mower Drill, Corn Planter Harrows, National Hank Notes outstanding' Tub "Gleaners for tlio Kingdom" will FAITH UT M Kake, Roller, Sleigh Wagons, Sprint; 19 him. Strango to say ho It rained as usual when there is nn Tobacco Press, Corn Shller, Monarch Kan.Wagon, Individual deposits subject to check-,- ,. 108,886 48 In charge of our Children's Dcnartment. and Scales open their Buxaar at o'clock this n wise injuring Due to other National Ihnks 5,413 plows etc., etc.; she lms the peculiar faculty ol being both and will serve refreshments ut IT) lived for four hours nnd was perfectly entertainment at the Opera House, but 'JIKereut130,000 lbs. of May 8 sucks of Clover Hay Due to State Hanks and bankers 3,916 61 Also aud instructive. last, Ho professed reli- nevertheless a fair audience was present with the seed, 3 ricks of Straw and somo Notes and bills THE MYSTERY OF THE NATION 3,550 18 cents. Patronize the little people who rational to tho Furniture, I). Beid's Special loan , 13,000 00 Is n thrilling story Appearing In Home and The stock' a No I lor to and n darrard Chiel labor in ugoodcatise. Same place Barnes' gion nnd urged on his friends to meet Tuesday night to greet Mrs. A. I'akm. by John II. Miislck, und is cxcitt.itf wide lv Messenger him in heaven. This makes tho second Class in Klocution. To say that tho la- M.tro, a Filly byold Killy Wilkes, a horse Chiefby Total $454,90$ 06 attention. Short stories by illstlnjriilshttft writers supper was given. Colt Kenny yearling appear from time lo time. STATE OK KENTUCKY, Jersey Hull, (full ot Bov. J. II. .McPherson killed by dy deserves credit for tho work she has Imp. London, a 3 son County of Lincoln, BILL ARPS LETTERS i.lnml tnmr lerscv Cows and Calves and a Year- y MiNSTJtKUi. Metcalf iV Roach's tho cars within the Inst six months and accomplished with the young ladies but old Steers! is barrels of Corn and 1J3 shocks of philosoI, John J. McKobcrts, cashier of above named Appear In each issue, ami this humorous at this of burnt cork artists will be with tho third he has lost in n year. His cup mildly expresses the verdict of all who Fodder. pher svas never more Interesting- than Hank, do solemnly swear that that the abuse statecash, '.he Terras: For the Karm lime. night, 21st. Tho show is of sorrow seems to be drained to the heard them. She lms done well nnd her nn anil two years' time, with 6 ocr cent ment is true to the Lest of my know edge and be us IN ITS t'.DITOHIAI. IiKI'AlsTJlUIT lief. JOHN McROIIEKTS Cashier the tarm. said to bo a good one; it carries a Hue dregB and tho sympathy of nil hearts is class is an honor to her skill nnd ability interest and a lieu on of $13 and For the stock, Subscribed and swornJ to before me this 17th day Home anu Harm paUs boldly and fearlessly In under cash; on implements, etc , sums behalf of " Partners' Klghts"' It favors a 6 ' W. M, IIRIGHT. amounts brass baud nnd its street parade is n fea- with him nnd his sorrowing wife. Tho to impart tho splendid accomplishment lamer nas 10 uc3 months' time atiiiu per cent. All ofDec.iftj. ofthctririlTIn behnlf.l the farmer t better paper acsepiauiu hi rirsi Correct attest; roads for the farmer , I'ree Jtnil Delivery tt the ture. Be sure to see it nil. Admission remains were Interred Tuesday after- of reading nml reciting with ease and Hank of Stanford omoutf Hie farmers, ami R farmer ; ilOsKIK, O Sale will begin at 9 0 clock sharp. 23, 00 nnd 75, reserved seats at Mcltob-urt- noon after a funeral service nt the grace. Not one of tho ladles failed to acaim Is to " Uust Trusts." Its motlo is Directors T. D. English, Auctioneer. V O Wklcii, J a Fslr Trade and Urnim Klghts." A. P. vande WATER. quit herself creditably and when each church. Drug Store. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Coontky ... SoruuiCM i. atT. It. Walton's. . I J Boits to the wife of J. pound boy. B. Douglas a 10 I in ' did bo well e, ize. Quilting Attachment FOR RENT. semi-circl- f it. aiivce d 73-- tf in For iii SALESMEN WANTED Men-1- Twenty Building Lots For Kent iii " S6-- . RENT I iii bIiKh-nja- 86-- toft-cur- tf t FOR RENT. n e in 86-- tf , Ver-Killle- s, FOB, --- --- ii iii I Stockholders' ,.,,.' 15 . ,.,',' . i 1. Mei-wis- Stockholders' Meeting. servs-th- e Stockholders' m te p ForHont Hotol, court-hous- e iii I 84-- tf n - J 3 1 It.-C- apt. DATEMTSI K I 411 I 1 right-of-wa- FOR REKTT. a ft I 11 HOME AND FARM, ',., ! PUBLIC SALE p 1 Friday, A. I home-make- I Eft-I- s 1 after-nbo- House-hol- d 1 11 , year-ol- d 1 coin-pau- - one-thi- rd J-- s' ,"f - h- t iksVlftSsfiffJ. ..I - fr it-ClT 'r-- . as VL. - :'.. '. fl,-- ,. M i" pr-'-- r. n- - T ;.J5T v-- - f BERTHA. r T- Hor First Real Ohrlatmas and How frontdoor slammed a Christmas Sho Enjoyed It how great a sacrlfloo caoh ono had mado with their unequal talonts. Hut tlrao was In a was (lying, nnd "mother-bird- " hurry, ho no moro was said, and tho big good- JOHN 11. CKAtO, WILL N. CRAIG. LOOK, BEAD - 5 bye to the shoppors. "Tltno'B flying and fingers, too, at tho T was a cold win titi try dav on tho Uran ton's," said a friend to hor nolghbor ,n c iw r on tho day following. "Every ono of XNi,jiiyUfyv9 'J4th of ber, and tho 'em's pitching In, and just now I saw flakes or snow nlno stockings hanging up at tho hearth wero falling and a now faco was smiling just as sweet thick ntul fast as you please. I do believe It Is ono of In tho midst of Mr. llmnton'o smart pranks. Ho always tho busy throng does find room for some Htray lamb Decern-AjfeygftSB- JOHN H.CRAIGf SON -- THE- Fashionable Clothiers, -- WITII- AND - fe f Govern Yourself Accordingly ! Ghristmas ? V Is Coming, And the early gleams of Christmas light arc I The Gathering of Gifts. Now or during the week is the time to MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS, . r When stocks are all full and Everthing At Its Best. r M v a Wc have learned to lengthen the buying time by having early such gifts as arc sought by those who choose to buy not under the pressure of Christmas, but with thoughtful care, intelligence & deliberation. We know well the great throng just before Xmas and have pared for it with double the force we had a year ago. Our pre- XXolidsty G-ood-s -- Embrace an- - lb i? ENDLESS VARIETY Perfume Stands and Exquisite Perfumes, Wallets, Pocket Books, ""Vases, Toilet and Manacure Sets, Christmas and New Year Cards, ""Work Iloxcs, Shaving Sets, Glove Boxes, Cuff and Collar Boxes, Fine Stationery, Ink Stands, Of Toys, Photograph and Autograph Albums, Scrap and Gift Hooks, t. Beauties in Silverware; Wares of Silver shine now in households where not long ago baser metals were used. lie IP it i Come Into Our Store And look at our display of new and artistic Silverware of exquisite designs and substantial construction. All the LEADING STANDARD WORKS in the finest bindings. We have an endless variety of other presents too tedious to mention. Come this week and look over our stock. No trouble to show goods. Our stock is complete in every department and our prices low. CROW & CO., McKinney. .4. ,..-t- "Yes, ho is Retting m nn oxnmplo, the stores filled Wancunciher $ with Chrltsmas repliod,her nelghlior, feeling justified in washerRifts. Many of saying it, as sho had Invited tho Co., .New York. tho faces woro a woman's boy over to her homo to sharo cheerful, happy tho Christmas turkey and partake of tint ' IffliPr s Wt look; thought plum pudding, which just at that parThe Latest Styles and Fine Wormanship Guaranteed. r ticular moment was browning In tho scorned to to Christmas oven. Hut I must not linger too long stockings and their contents, and ono with tho neighbors, for guess my readafter another tho tired Santa Clauses ers must bo In a hurry to tako a peep at I havo my house hurried homo laden with pre ten In. Each Mr. Hranton's home. s In n largo room decked with seemed intent on his or her own affairs and mado dellclously comforta-biand failed to notlco a little girl who was by a glowing tiro of red coals that standing, looking so longingly, ho Intently, at a heautiful doll In ono of tho lighted the room in crimson bars of radiance, they wero all gathered toA shawl of thin mastore windows. terial was closely wrapped around her gether, apparently plajlng a game; all shivering Iiody, and two thin hands but little Ralph, who was closely examy held up to ining tho artificial chimney "what Santightly clasped n tho window, for oven she was supposed ta Claus was doln' to como froo." In addition to a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries I hae Tho smiles thatllghted each faco w 1th to tako jin interest In tho Christmas goods. "As for tho llttlo girl, every Christmas happiness novcr lessoned thing was so beautiful, so bewildering, throughout tho evening, lloro happithat even .lack l'rost could not forco tho ness reigned, and If tho goddoss of hapllttlo llguro away from tho attractive piness had bestowed her rlchostblesslngs Vlndow. Dinah, however, was getting on tho llttlo circle thelrhenrU could not Klegant Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, 1 Jerry Sets and Water Sets of more il hnvo overflowed any moro than they did cold, for Ivr black woolly hair was gradegant designs than ever seen in Stanford before. All kinds of For ually turning into a white crop, which on that Christmas out In tho homo of eign and Domestic FRUITS always on hand. Cigars in boxes of 25. Mr. Hninton. very much worried her llttlo mother, A curtain of creton, vailed nine rather "Wo must bo going, Dinah, dear," she said, as sho tenderly tucked her humpy looking stocking- that hung by back of which baby under tho shawl, "it's ho awful an artificial cold. Oh, If It was ciily Rummer all tho was a door through which the mysterious Santa Claus was to convey his Christtime:" inas treasures and join in a romp with ex"A Christmas without snow-;claimed a kind, brisk gentleman, as ho tho children. Most of tho children had St. Implicit faith In tho gavo a merry twist to her old shawl. "I don't know what you mean by Xick. Madge, Mabel and (Vila, who Christmas," she said, as tho blue eyes were tho three oldest, had rather gone back on tho old man. and now plajed met tho brown ones of tho stranger. "Don't know Christmas or Santa his part themselves, In the "mother- Clans? Well, guess you will know tomorrow, as sure as I hao ono arm loft," ROWLAND, ICY. he said, and ho looked at tho empty sleovo of blue which hung in honor from his shoulder. Then followed a We have opened and have now on sale a large selection of brief history of tho saint." A hasty add was was written, and, wlh a strong arm holding her close to himself, ho said: at half-paone, my dear, bo ready, for I will como Which we cordially in itc the people of Rowland and vicinity to call and tako you to my home; Santa Claus always comes to my home, and you shall and sec. surely hoo him tn'i Christmas." A pair of bluo eyes beamed with joy We are thankful for liberal patronage the past year and hope by fair as ho told her his plans, and If Dinah ' dealing to merit a continuance. feeling, I am afraid C. & W. had possessed any her sickness would hae been much worse, owing to frequent sijueezlngs, causing tho black head to bob up and down in excited ecstasies. Sho could not express her thanks in words, but UK IMSPLAVKU TIIKM At.!- clung to him and tried to thank him as bird's" room, whero such long meetings host sho couldi wero held (consultations Included) that That night tho story was told to tho smaller ones could hardly Imagine mother, and Fido, tho dog, was told what could bo going on, but at last their A nice assortment of Toys, Candies and other Christmas Goods on again and again, and a happier llttlo minds wero set rest by Willie, who girl than tho ono that crawled into tho said ho thought at hand at they woro writing letnarrow hay bed could not bo found in ters to Santa Claus. tho Stato of Colorado. It was tho ouston of each ono to, write Sho dreamed of it, and as soon as tho a letter to Santa Claus, from papa down bluo overt wero opened to the morning, to llttlo Ualph. whoso numerous wants feared lest tho vision should fade away. wero chanted In mamma's ear, who ttwk rtnUy true," sho said, as sho "No, It's particular care to note each one, e en hopped about on ono leg, with Dinah though tho majority of them were desperately hanging by her arm. rather outrageous, such as a "toy It would havo been all right If tho monkey what's blgger'n lnolo Tom's See his stock before making your purchases. stranger had left out tho words: "Ho horse." ready at half past one." Alas, for poor Amidst tho joy and laughter, when llttlo Itortha! Sho had no dress but one, excitement reigned among tho children, and would havo been just as ready then Mr. Hrftnton slipped quietly away. In as when tho prancing bay horso swung the midst of an oxritlnggametho sound tho sleigh around beforo tho door, and of a bell camo from somowhrro In tho tho kind gentleman descended and ten- region of tho artificial and derly lifted her undec tho warm buffalo llttlo Italph dropped his toy blocks and robe. Prompt to tho moinont and punct- looked up at Madge with such a happi, IIL'STOXYII,I,I2, KY,, ual as tho clock was Mr. Hruiton, and excited look that she klsed the flushed although ho did havo six rosy children cheeks and said: "Yes, you little rascal, (as ho called his Santa Clans Is coming." and tho "mother-bird- " Has on hand a large and nice assortment of wife) to provldoforat Christmastime, Sum enough, bounce! bangl slam! all of whoso stockings must bo filled came a Santa Claus down "chuck jam to tho brim," his heart was a queer sort of a chimney, and after a plenty largo enough to provido for vigorous attempt at blowing his nose, another chick, tho last of which re- descrloed his long and tedious journey mark ho mado to his wlfo, whoso eyes at to tho excited audience who were listenonco wero full, nnd whoso never idlo ing with noiseless anxiety when tho hand was always ready to help in any voico of tho smallest mem- And other Horse Goods, which he invites the public to examine. direction. "We'll all make It as pleas- ber of the assembly broke the silence new. Repairing done on short notice at low prices. ant as wo can for hor, and show hor by saying: "(), Santa Claus, did you that sho .'nn bo ono of Santa Claus' get my letter'."' "(iet your letter! Let me see," ho said, as ho fumbled around in tho large, roomy jHiokot and fished out a rather crumpled pleco of paper, with Ilalph's il letter written on it, In tho delicate handwriting of tho "mother-bird.- " "Did you get mine, too'.'" asked ono and all of the children, as tho exciteOn January 1, 1890, I will begin to dispose of my ment began to deepen. Ho displayed even llertha's that had been them all, Hunt off In such a hurry. Then ono by ono, Santa Claus handed Z stockings, and oh, how out tho w mysteriously beautiful It did seem to ono of the little girls prtment, who could Of light goods at cost for cash. This is a golden opportunity. not resist tho" temptation to plant a fl r7 sweet kiss on his forehead and whisper ;jo in his ear that sho loved him and wished he could como to hor house next year. I'owars' Store, Case)' County, Kentucky. Tho promise that she received, as well as all the beautiful presents, mado her ho happy that .die uuuld fain run home, IVseAoh and tell mother ull about it beforo it "a rni:isi.Ms wniioi'T snow." was through. Ah! yes, dear readers, It did them nil ,?lrla, too. Come, children," sho conme, for I shall good, and mado them feel happy to tinued, "como and help need much assistance. Madge, you can think that their sacrifices had mado a Merry Christmas for this llttlo girl, and wlilli I go downfinish this scent-batheir hearts really felt tho words "(Jod town foi a few miscellaneous articles." cho( rful I take this method of informing the public that I hhve added to "Let mo go, too, mamma; I havo ten loveth akindling giver." my of brotherly love In Tills conta I'd llko to spend for ho llttlo business a Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy girl," saldMable, generously giving hor their hearts did not blar.n for a short but lastdlmo that she had planned to upend time and then die out, brown btirnod hottso steadily, till llin dingy fgr something doe. Led by Mable's example, ono and all, blossomed under tho care of moro than from fatllUl . Itaby Kulph, who toddled one llttlo hand, and more than ono sad And in addition to Fresh Meats of all kinds, heart brightened from tho rememafter his penny bank, to brance of Iterthu and 10 Christmas I am prepared to sell at Rock ltattom Prices Sugar, Coffee, Syrups, Madge, who generously gavo a quarter, Eve, when they all learned how much Flour, Meal, &c, and all kinds of salt Meats in fact, everything oagerly contributed to the new fund. s "Oh, thank you, my dears; that wan a sacrlllelngjict und tho helping hand grocery. Highest market price paid usually found in a truly noble, and you will receive your contribute to tho happiness of tho for Hides and Country Produce. And th boautlful words of tho roward from tho Ono who said: Mtls heart. moro blosaed to give than to receive,' Saviour ej'ho l through their minds: Come, Mublo, you can go with me. for I 'Inasmuch s ye have done it unto ono My customers will greatly oblige me by coming around and settling shall need your nsuli.tunco now that my of thoU'atf tUoo. my brethren, yo their accounts by the last ol this month. I need the money badly spending sim is so iua h largor," oho havo done It u;ito Me.' Kaio Tinker, ' " M, F. ELK IN. in X. 1 . ' 'j hIjcj only know said, with a sn. le, for Mm- thnt surrounded around Christmas time." Brown, Pkiladephia, and Browning, Ring $ wan-do- 1 over-green- o Chock Full of Nicest Kind of Qoods rag-bab- Purchased for the Xmas Trade - tire-plac- e, well-know- n 1 CARRIER & WATTS, Christmas Trix, "old-tlm- o "To-morro- st Mt. Salem, Zy. lire-plac- e, MU Ko ALLEN9 and jolly-lookin- g Harness, Saddles Blankets, well-know- n v)m$5 AT COST FOR CASH. f SM " fig ,'f i feaisSww S oll-lllle- d ENTIRE! STOCK Fo .AXOTOTTj flSI5v i A GENERAL SUPPLY STORE. g, slxteu-yoar-ol- d . first-clas- - M. F. ELKTN". 1 ib itk i. r-- s wfTW' ri""'i"?r- - H- - 'i H""f' v1 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal 20, 1889 NYE SEES THE BALLET. Stanford, Ky., Deci:miu:r K. CWALTON.BUB, Aftor Inspecting an Art Gallory Ho Pays "Nodjy" a Visit A MIiirIciI VUIiiii or TltUn, Itaplmr), (Hot t ci. Kiilirn unit llilinin llullrt OlrU A Slnlrnl I'hciHiinrnnn- - I'nut Life un i:i(lit Dollar it Wrck. ManoRor L O O :ki First-Clas- s Pictures not only u good, prospor-uii- h Hpcouncii of a llvo Ainorlcun city, li ti hliu enn IxiiiHt of ii nnlublo urt gal-lor- y worth a Journey of homo length to visit. Mr 1). V. l'owur.s 1h tho owner t- ;Copvrlirtit, IlochcfUcr Is IWfl, ly KdRiir W. Nye. At Earp's Art Gallery mill At Cheap Rates till Christmas. Don't fail to take advantage of the oppoitunity. T0KS0H1AL AUT &ALLEH7 Jkssk Tiiomi'son, l'ro'r. Having employed the assistance of James Green, an expert barber, 1 am better than ever prepared to wait on my customers to anything in my line. I am thankful (or liberal patronage during the year just closing and trust by polite attention and good work for all to merit a continuance. nw Candies, Fruits and Nuts, j And other Tricks for the Holidays can be found in variety at Vo Mo :3U AD Y'8 See him before you make your Christmas purchases Peter Hampton, Dealer in long since visiting this fine aggregation of beautiful plcturcH and fortunutely found Mr. I'owcrH prcscnthimKclf gloating over Ills treasures. We tallied at Home length about urt and whou itcamo time for me to go I could mo that Mr. Power guvo me up relueuintly. I'or a young man I lum been something of a collector myM'lf, beginning some ten yearn since hy the uciulsltion of noted companion pictures known as "Wide Awake" and "Fast Asleep." They aro only ropies, of course, hut by connoisseurs they art) regarded as ery faithful copies indeed. At n sheriff's sale on Staten Inland not long since the pniperty of an tld picture virtuoso included n study entitled "The Horse Falr,"hy Uosa Honheur. It executed with a jten and looks like the original picture It is ory spirited indeed. The hordes nre also in pood condition, liiivlug been fed on ground feed, I Judge, all winter. They are of the Norman variety, with great hreudth of beam, and their tails are done up in Psyche knots. I like the picture wry much, as alsodos every one who sees it, I got it at a great bargain, which also include' the fr.une and a wire with which to hang it t.p. It is in my studio us I write tin mi lines, while near it, with sail, reproachful eyes and tender mien, is a life-siz- e portrait of l.vdla I, I'inkhnm engaged In interning a Vegetable Compound which will bring joy to the world. My collection is also enriched by several rare bijouteries from the Old World. One is a picture of XuKileon on the Island of Su Helena. I bought it of nn American who was In I 'arid last summer. He ollered it tome for twenty francs without the frame. Probably of thi live hundred paintings in the Powers Uttllery "the wife of is one of the most beautiful, and also chaste, the catalogue goes on to state. Unbent loved to paint his wife rather than have her paint herelf. He was quite proud of her, and nothing pleased him better tlun to give iter a sitting whenever she got a new dres. Hubens, Titian and Falk are my fator-It- e Itu-ben- collector. I tpent hull n day not everdonobeforo. Up to that tirao saints were, detected In a painting only by tho largo and halo placed on them, and tho historian says that prior' to Giotto's tlmo tho crucifixion had been handled so awkwardly that it was necessary to label tho thieves so that they could bo readily distinguished. It is also said that all three of the figures had an expression on their faces tho keenest enjoyment. (Motto changed all thiH nnd easily became tho father of painting and the mosaic art. Michael Angolo was a most singular man. Ho lived U bo almost ninety years of ngo and never married. Ho was sixty before ho had a tender thought toward any of tho fair sex. Ho was a great painter, but what a long, bleak life ho must have led after all. .Michael was also a wry good sculptor, gettlngall hoeoulddoat this in winter when tho weather was too inclement for painting. Tho laU twenty years of his llfo, howover, ho had tho job of decorating St. Peter's inHlde, and though he did not llto to seo ltcomploted, his skill Is In tho beautiful edifice. Titian was more of a portrait painter nnd used to do n good deal of enlarging Ho was a good col- from photographs. top-hoav- y MB MB I'A-IO- Il. FRESH FISH & OYSTERS. Keeps always on hand a well selected stock of Fancy Groceries. Let him supply you with Oys ters and Celerv for Christmas. artists. Another tery striking picture is called "l.o Mois d'Octobro (I.a Itecotte lies pommr do terre"). This Is by August Hagborg, a Swedish artist, and if I hadn't read the French titlo to It I would hHte said that it looked like a potato patch in the fall. An old gentleman of the Denmau Thompson custo of countenance is engaged in pouring IU & No LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. The erVjL, fc Crtit THR0UGHTRUNK LINE. AiffiS r - i SOUTH & WEST V,th Louisville To Nashville, ' CilOTTO AT III 'J"" -- - W I I I I I I I.'. Atlanta, y It is really a very Tho and beautiful j Little Rock, pomrnes do trrre are real rood, too. of .Mr. Powers told tne about seteral Mobile and New Orleans. n painters, and said that t r nt home I had Newport News & Mi3S.Valley Co. f in my collectionwould hi. y them of any me. .if their works h lionardtdA Vinci, he ssul, did most of Only one ihjnje to point in his painting in tho fifteenth century. Ie vu the natural tjti of Pietro da e often liear of Vinrl, ti FleMiiie. unnatural parents nnd unnatural husEMIGRANTS bands and Mins but here was a son who c nig home un the line of lint road will receive was thoroughly natural nnd so was his c '" r.nc acntt nt ttm lompAtiy fur rtci, route work. He said ho ,didn't ask anybody .V ,, jr wrif l't to take l.is wind for it, but ho let his L.V A I.MO It I 0 l & T. A., work sl.ott for Itself. "If you do not l.oulville, like my painting or If it scales olf or of Karly Ho-Memphis, half bushel bag. held open uby jKimmesdo his solemn terre Into a Montgomery, strong littlo daughter. best-know- ARKANSAS J-- TEXAS. lryiffifff5rTw8 blls'ers, or tho varnish dors not stand tho climate.'' he used to say, "bring it back and i will leplaco it." Ho uns not only it great puintor but also it poet, musician, mathematician, iiKchanlcand sculptor. Ho could also pliy tennis and break steers. Da Vinci painted a f roco called tho Last Supper which has been severely It is peeling oil now owing criticised U tho fact that ho was experimenting with some new paints which ho got of the great paint and oil works at .Milan. among other things, In The this great masterpiece, if ironed according to the way it Ecoms to havo been folded, would lu.vn made n square wad of linen two feet high, and tlioso who The Shorlcit and Quickest havo Utlvrn in washing for years, as I mo that you can Junction City to New Orleans. have, will ti'reo with pac.kugo two feet iron u not. fold Vinci's apostles also Kntlre traln, 'liaRcaKc car,' day high. klwjicr run through without (.lunge .cache ami weurssptt.u.t..s:.r.d I think there is a tolephor.a n i.io turner of tho room. '1'lie Shorten anil Oiiickcd .s 'itended for something Possibly i Junction Oity to Jacksonville, Fla. else, but it loo'.:a liko a telephone. (lotto v,; earlier on tho ground than The only line running throush trainiand ulcen. Da Vinci n:id diet his ilouiishing in the cr. thirteenth cntuv. His parents weio Ala., Meridian VicLburc. Mfi... Shru'e-inrLa. kniixvtllr, Tetin., Atlanta. (ia Aubu- - married beioo lin inn them, which is 11' ?' ,A1n"l,,oni Ala., lliriningimm, Ala., and why he hud the la..gn on Da Vinci, as Mobile, Ala. Dirccl couneciionRt New Orleunand Shreve. Mr. Hrownlng would suy. Giotto was u shepherd to start with, but soon attractV Mrlei,"' ,Icoand California- Houdoir Sleeper, on all ocOter one million acre of land inihrouBh traini. ed attention by sketching a sheep Alabama to casionally on n stono and doing It so Unturpasied climate. I or rates, mapi.rtc , addreat graphically that a great many people I RANk W. WOOIlEV, Trv. ngreed with him that It looked liko a l'at. Agt.. sheep. Ho next began tho study of J C. (.AUI.T, D. G. KDWAKDS, expres-loCenl. Minagrr, Gen. Paw. & Tkt Ajt., Bttoied subjects, putting more Cincinnati (). into tho laces thun any artist had table-cloth, roil 1IIK orist and his perspective met with a heaity encouragement from one and all. Ho died in tho midst of his career as a result of tho regular Italian pestllenco which generally kills olf tho host of Italy Just as they begin to show signs of real genuine worth. Tho sanitary arrangements of Italy havo been noted for many centuries. A keen lovo for art and a bitter hatred for sanitary plumbing and soap has been tho fatal watchword of Italy for many generations. Haphael SantI, however, was tho most popular, personally, presume, of any of thot-artists. Ho was rather better looking than Sarony and his pictures were also. He died young and left a number of very expenslto works of art. Ilaphael was burled in tlie Pantheon years after tho at Rome, twenty-eigh- t discovery of America. Mr. Powers has conferred a great . lxxiu upon not only his own clt-- but tho State and the country. To go to llochestor without visiting the Powers (Jalleryis to make a tery grate mistake, think. Coming from paintings by tho old masters to the more modern works, let mo touch upon a brief glimpse of tho opera from behind tho scenes. Tho other evening I had tho pleasure of shaking hands with Kadjy fc Co., and conversing with them regarding tho business. I would not make a success of opera, I fear. I would not look well In a ballet; especially since my leg was broken, as the fracture still shows, especially when the footlights aro turned on. Nndjyhad just received an Invoice of new tights costing about S180, I believe. Sixty people havo to wear them and .they two pairs each. These at St or 51. fit) per pair last some timo and take olf tho profits. Tho costumes in this opera nrotiuito rich and warm. They do not Impede tho movements of tho owners very much, though. Somo of the girls w oar largo cavalry boots which keep olf a good deal of tho cold, I think. who keeps I called on Mlss,Wadsworth, tho costumes in repair. Slio looked iiuito careworn. "One opera costume may look liko a tory small matter to you," she said, sndly,"bu t w hen you come toslxtyorolghtyof them, itisablgjob to keep them In shape." Itlsiituto homelike and cheerful at the wings bet w eon time", when tb" ballet is olf. Hern is n lull blondo girl wearing a neglige costume which leateu free to move about her limbs in almost any given direction. Sho is p crocheting. Hero, too, is another artist sitting with her short skirts so arranged that. sho can not muss theians she sits and slumbers with her cherry lips a littlo bit ajar. Another one is engaged in tatting. I have always thought that any one who has tho WOIIKINO MIITKIIS poo-pl- o 1 flrtt-nit- e 1 ro . I I gazelles-Id and discover theso tights, with their feet on tho stove, engaged In ombroldorlng slippers for tho pastor, was a now plcturo for me. All is demure, and gentle industry holds tho fort. All atonco thoro Is a loud and defiant strain on tho clarionet! Tho gentleman In tho who tends bar all day and plays on four kinds of drums, a triangle, a string of sleigh bells, n xylophone, a pair of brass knucks, a tomtom, a VVaterbury watch, a koodoo, a joint of stove-pipa set of cymbals, a coart'o comb, a mouth organ, a pair of clippers, a bird call, a hotel gong, a and a length of gas plpo in tho evening, gltes a wild thump to tho drum nnd nil is life and activity. "Placts all!"nhouts the stage manager with his wig in hishand. Tall glrlsfall over short girls. Tho tatting goes this way and the crocheting the other. The comedian with a wild bound yells; "Lot mo out; can't you get out of tho way 1" Tho girls put on u smllo commensurate with their salaries and away they go Uko a beautiful bedlam let loose! It is fun to seo tliem skip tho light pedantic too nnd followed by npplause gently return to their knitting. It is a business, just tho samu as selling goods or splitting rails. Tho barltono said he was tired for ho had sung In church in tho morning nnd at tho matinoo and evening performance also. Xo wonder ho looked at tho clock with somonxlety. Tho prima donna. Miss Lamont, did not complain, but said it was work all tho tlme.'uH it is surely in theso operas. thought when I went behind tho scenes that there would be a good deal that was funny. Tho funny part Is on tho scenes, everytho stage. where, aro tho earnestness and the nnxlety nnd the jealousy of life. Do not go behind tho scenes to see anything funny. There you will find thostrugglo nnd tho serious work of living. There you will find tho torn costumes and tho paint and powder which we do not see so plainly on tho stage. Thoro you will seo tho sham which from tho orchestra looks so sweet and romantic turned to practical hatred and tho unmusical discord Tho comedian of actual existence. iti serious oven under his red wig and fiery donegals. Tho simple rustic boauty boxes tho ears of tho call boy, and tho tenor takes a chew of tobacco from tho pockot of his scarlet velvet tunio. Llfo is, indeed, a stage, and wo are, alasl but hams thereon. "Laugh and tho world laughs with you. Weep and you weep alone." I uso this couplet In order to bring up onro more the cele brated controversy over it's autnorshlp. I enjoy a controversy very much, pro vldetl I am out of reach with a base-bamask oter my Webstcrian brow. lltho-llmbotin-sho- p e, Christmas (roods - AT - bag-plp- o kettle-- T.RWALTON'S -- A VKRY - Fine Line Plain and Fancy Candies 1 Ik-hin- Fruits, Nuts, Prize Boxes, Chewing Gums, &c. Candy Toys, Cap Pistols and Caps, Torpedoes, Dolls, Rattles, Harps, Perfumery, Jewelry, &c. Cake Ingredients, Extracts,, Cranberries, &c. Cor. Main and Somerset Streets. love-maki- ll tXcy AT T1IK MirrUOI'OLITAN MUSEUM. gPl'J gg. Wholesale and Retail Groceries & Hardware. am exceedingly thankful to the people of Stanford and vicinity for the liberal patronage extended me during the year of 1889, and I I hope by Fair and Honest Dealing, Low Prices and Largest Assorted Stock of Goods, In my line to have a continuance of your patronage in 1890. My stock of goods for the Holiday trade consists of Candies, Oranges, looking for any you thing in particular? Figs and Nuts at wholesale and retail. Undo llettb Yis, sah, I is. I heered My regular stock embraces shelf and heavy Hardware, Groceries, tell dat dey wuz somo oh d' ole mastnhs heah, en I fought I'd look Oueenswarc, Lamps a Specialty, and Tobaccos at wholesale. You in en sco 'f olo Mars Ogletho'p, oh can get Brodhead Tobacco from me at same prices as from factory. CJale's plahntation, Georgy, bed arrived ain't sot eyes on him senco In the Stove line my stock is always full. I handle the Economist, in town. sixty-fo- '. Puck. Steel Range in all Attendant-A- ro 1 hlppy-tylio- Flro Insurance Agent I fear I must barge j ou extra rates. You burn oil here, I seo. Mr. Suburb- - Yes. but we run no extra rihk no risk nt all. The kitchen is separate from the hoiiM and there Is a skylight in the roof big enough for tho servant-gi-and the cook stote to sail throifh without hurting any thing. N. V. Weekly. i liero-wn- o 1 Modern Improvement. sizes and the famous Columbian, sold Wrought here for ten years, all noted for durability and superior baking qualI buy direct from the ities. In Heaters my line is unsurpassed. Foundry in large quantities and can sell them accordingly. Again thanking you for trade and favors, Respectfully, T. MKTCALF. Tho Claims of T.nnu Descent. Tramp -- Say. boss, can you give me I'm so hungry I'd sell some dinner? my birthright for something to eat. Paterfamilias Humph! 1 doubt If your birthright is thocquivalontof even n mess of pottage. Tramp Well, it ought to be. My family has been In tho tcittp for several generations. Ministry's Weekly. Leap-Year TOYS, TOYS I -- AT- iti-- . t, mb-Jc- ct n Proposal, 'ot i Young Widow Mr. Prraohley, will you marry me? Well, really, Mrs. An immense line of Toys of every description for the Holidays now Mr. Preachley liuckley, this Is so sudden, and open and ready for inspection. Young Widow Oh, well, take your It over. Mr. Harklnsnnd tlmo to think 1 thought we'd like to havo you perform tho ceremony for us. Harper's The largest assortment ever brought to town, of both fancy French liazar. and Stick. Iter Cliolep of Cons. Flossie (from tho city) Is that so, ... Undo .oh? Does tll tho butter you ""SISS-send us oomo from this cow? - V'N. OOf every description, fresh and fine, just from the South. fV--J N Farmer (leehnw (patting his fine Jersey) Ves, this Is tho one. WKIIK J1AI.I.KT cum. IT GMdDOJffilGHnES Flo'sslo (eagerlyV- - Please, Undo Zeb, patlenco to teach school and mako tat- show mo tho ono that gives tho butter-scotdFrom the best importers and at prices very reasonable. ting ought to bo ublo to look dob in tho X. Y. Mercury. face somo day and mako tho boll Indusllti Knew Iti Properties. try hide its head In shame. Wo of tho audience aro too apt to imStranger Uxciise me. sir, but didn't Celery, the agine tho ballet as engaged in reading you Just buy r. bottle of Lair ir.vigorator Always on hand ready to be served or sold in quantities. dcsc in tne market. , dry goods clerics who aro in that barber shop? notes from tho Uinks Yes; why? trying to bo roues on eight dollars u Stranger Oh, nothing, only I wish to week. Wo havo been taught to regard tho ballot girl as thus employed n good inform you that am the most artistio When hungry go to DIMMER for a good lunch at just h.i tlf what: the Lawrence deal of tho time. Possibly thoro are wlsrniakcr on the Mreeu hotels charge. such eases, but to gobehind tho scenes American. ' . V FHTOTS 'T-C-T- I FANCY i. OTSTEHBtS -- 1 MJMOT. 'niiLte&2i , ,. ...- - ... . "rk.t & . :'(r i' . 'h f I Talmage's Sermon. V It' Tho papers ure disposed to make fun of the "enterprise' Blionn by the dailies In sermons tho day Published Kvery Tuesday and Friday publishing Talmace'a after they are delivered, no matter nt AT what remote end of tho earth bo may br. 2 JPJCR YKAR.IN ADVANCE Tho Louisville L'ost wys: Brother preached n sermon yesterday at sWWhen not 10 paid $2.60 will be charged."" Citpernnum, Palestine, and the enterprising mornini papers print it verbatim K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD.. labeled "Special dispatch to the Knquir-er,"o- r Train leaves Rowland at 700 a. m., returnlnc "Coutier-Journal,- " as tho case At i :xo t. m may be. A dispatch from Capernaum L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD, would have to bo carried for soveial t 3' P m days on camel's back to reach the nearMail tram going North 131pm est telegraph station ami tho cable tolls South J7 P m Express train " South North jar am on a thieo column sermon would be 630 am Local Freight North South. SSSPm about steen thousand dollars. It is cruThe latter trains alo carry passengers. el to give it away, but Hrer. Talmas hud The above it calculated on standard time. Solar his Jerusalem and Capernaum sermons time is about 30 minutes fatter ready to mail wiitteu in beforo he crossed the ocean. These papers will be publishing special cablis from Mwapwa of the North I'olo befoie long, and expecting a gullible public to wonder at their "enterprise." The Louisville Times is led to remark: "There are grounds for tho fear that the traveling friends of Dr. Talmagoaro having a hard trip. The doctor is hound to preach at all the important points he visits in Europe, Asia and Africa and as tho people of the countries he traverses do not understand his language, mid would not turn out to hear him if they did, his nudiences are made up of a group of friends, presumably the same group every time and a small group at that. The friendship of these people is Absolutely Puro invoked to induce them to stay in sight This powder nevervanes. A marvel punt)', while the eloquent divino unloads npm strength and wholesoinencss. More cccmitnical than the ordinary kinds and can not be told in them the discourse, which he hud sold competition With thcmultiltidc cf Ijw test, short weight, alum nr phosphite powders. Sold (inly in to the American newspapers before he J., can. HIIAL llANl'i l'U UI.K 1.1York left Lome. Xtnvs that the "uroup" has iio Will street. New gone on n strike may be expected at any D. D. S. moment. C. Tal-nn-je 1 1 type-wtitoran- d NARROW ESCAPE. I MISS KATE BOGLE la a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county. Klcctinn August, 1890. I. UVffiT, SPECIAL Only first-class 91. BRUCE, AND SALE Christmas Story Wrltton by S Llttlo GirL OT any stray work, FEB ST&BLS, M. I Brlnklcy STANFORD, KY. 'LsHPMslMHIHH & CO., P0YAL POWDER R. MORGAN, DENTIST. up stairs. extracting. STANFORD. Of&cfcan street, opposite Portman House, NitrousUxideO.it eh en for painless M-u- KENTUCKY. U DR. AV. PENNY, Dentist. ' B. O.'Tice South tide Main street, in office recently vtcated byJDr. L. F. Huffman, Stanto-d- , Ky. For Sale. ir power One ,ine 12x30: one power Portable Engine; one Teed Crusher, all in complete order Will sell any part a )eron may want H.C. POTTS. lluckeje, Kv, 84.31 1 -- KOR- SALE AT A SACRIFICE I will sell the house known as the Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, Far-OW- TilOUsAVD D'H.LAHScnsh. The Cottage opposite the Railway Depot, P. The will of tho late Col. V. was probated Monday, with Meters. H. G. Kvans and M. J. Farris as executors 01 the same. The first provision of his will is for his wife, to whom he bequeaths $50,000. He next bequeaths to his son, Robert Graham Kvans, the farm he lived upon at the time of his death valued at $41,000. Next he bequeaths to his daughter, Jennie, wife of M. .1. Farris, the sum of $35,000 in trust, Mr. M.J Farris bing the trustoe, this sum to go to the child or children surviving her. In addition to this sum, she was given $t,000 absolutely, making nil amount equivalent to $41,000, equal to the value of It. G. Evans farm. In addition to this, Jti.SSIJ.lH), amounts owed to her, in consideration of which he surrenders to her notes of her husband, M. J. Farris, equal to $11,000, tho amount that had been advanced to Itobert G. Kvans. The residue of the estate is divided between tho son and daughter. Col. Evans' es tate will amount to between $175,000 to The will was dated Dec. 1, $.'00,000. 1SS0, with W. C. Price and J. S. Roberts a3 witnesses. Advocate. STAXt.nv's IVOKV AT AXTWEKI'.Tho second sale of ivory sent down from the interior of Africa by Stanley took phico at Antwerp yesterday. Altogether L, 444 ding and sad med Office nest door to Drue itations; for live (Special attention given Whitehead's ot childrenStore. to diseases years ago that day they had brought home her only sitHARRY A. EVANs, ter cold and lifeless, with her llttlo ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, orphan daughter, Sl'ANrORD, K had had such good and a week ago they pudding at Mr. Lane's. tuid Surveying jn "1 am not a tramp; see here," and tho Engineoriufjf all branches. of an man swung gracefully by tho limb apple tree on to tho plank sidewalk tho feet distant. 1825. "A circus man thon," was tho prompt answer. (MM Merrlt held elrouj men SBTSTJVRAXTCE as tho sitat tho "bottom of tho Is, and tho young man's gymnastics On Dwelling, Household Furniture, St rrs, Mir ing chanJise, Ac , apply to the Id did not Impress her in his faor.) "(Jo away," sho continued, "skip." Ho Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. turned and walked awny, a strange look I. lelitnlnj; en his face, lie murmured something; whether tire chmies ur .miched and damages paid ensues not. perhaps "how blessed wo mortal be." II IIUL'CC, tlr-17 of MM Merrlt did not notice tho look strife and troublo on his pjlo face; the color nnd expression of his eyes so like BLUfrGRASS NURSERIES tho ono dearer to her than nil oIm?. Hut from Florence's sunny chamber a A fu'l sto of rult and Ornamental Shrw'x, full view was commanded, and feeling Ciriipc Vinv., Snull Ftuiu, and ivemhinc (or the uri. Itaril and garden We sorry for tho man she stolo olit with a rnipln) mi uvHts but sell dirvf t nt luvv ptutr. to pleco of bread. Overtaking th man at the planter. Personal in.peoi-'- of our immerse Dcstriprlon with miIim. tho corner, sho offored him tho bread, stock invited on sppliOttumla'ab-iro. hie saying: "Hero, sir, please take this." II F HII.LKN'MEYLK, 1. sini(t ii, Kv t Ho drow back, saying haughtily: "1 am no a beggar!" Hut, looking Into her soft brown eyes, now so full of pity, ho uttorod a llttlo cry and started back: WOOD "At last, at last! Thank tJodl" Florence was astounded. I Flosslo's goldon head was crowded F. Kvans vith confused Idi'as. Aunt Hannah was jl j Fourth Avenue, 77-- S. O. DA. VIS, awaking from PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, her dream of a M.T. V iO 1 1 N V N , I . V , roclpo for plum pudsponded Miss Mer-rlt, f. ma'am?" "No, and no use for tramps," re- subject to the action of the Democratic party Hlec.ioii August, ifk IsaCandidate or Clerk of the Court of Appeals, travelers. ATTKNriONto COMMKIICIAL Horses and miifes bouglp and sld hormid vehicles used lu livery, J.K.HILTOIT J. T. STJTTOIT CRAll ORCHARD, KV. HUSTONVILLB, KY. .Dealer In Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Queens-war- Tinware, Furniture and a Conoral Lino of Crocorios, Fancy Candies, Ctois liei.&c. All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods, Are still In the business and rt.idy to do any. thlnj In the Undertaking line. We hae a full sioc It of Cases and CasLeta of all kinds and Kobes ofeery description Our hearse, which is nearly new can le obtained un short nonce Mr J I! (rcen has char(i of rur business and 'll shov-ou- r goods to any ono neediny anything in our line f 64-t- ivery, (Etcd and Me Stable Old Ky. Route ! N N. .V M V. Co. K I) " Established FOB, Only ono Nifflit out to New York. S Jul VestibLlrd Trains to Washington, Philadelphia, Baltlmoro, Now York, W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. I ON DON, K , (food turnout, and saddle horses always lor hire on reasouatde terms London is the mott conven lent point on the railroad to reach places iu thi to in llm mountain si- - turn of the Mat. Clou ioiinictlonsfor lloslon and all pclnts an.i Mjoihra.l KFFF.CTIVr OCT i, iS.y F.ASnVAUD. la t Aif-nt- . THE F. RILKY B. UILEY, HOUSE, U I 1 London, - - Proprlotor, - Kentucky. n e ftUtft-tton- T 1 I rune roes d to my new Hotel and am hrllcr prepared than ever to hccihd modal the public (Jood Livery aliachwt and .very consenirace desired, t live me a call. FKANK kilf.v. 7; Mt St.rliHs Preston . ... Murehead ' Olive Mill " Ashland " Catlettsburg. " lltintlngtan .. Arr White Sulphur Lie Stanford " I.esinglOH.. ' " K. U. Ittfictim. frast.Mail l.itn Vci ' Ac Daily Kspress Dsil Sun Daily Ks Sun J 7 H is Ji n'nn it ti it .ill 4! am ft io pm 5 jo pi . I (j pm 7 oo pm o 40 pm 'Ux ' " " " j 4 'tJ o 6 so pm 6 st) phi oj pm to j? prr e o$ pm l"nj iphli l,m 7 i I'm1 7 40pta ri M I""! ) lo 40 p it jo pn o ami , ClniUttlr, " Washington ... " " " " ' WALLACE NEWCOMB This old and Ing Its fine reputation. HOTEL. Sps-ct- MT. VEBNON, KT. lletel'is still maintain Charges rcsnalle. attrition to the traviin$ public. !. I NF.WCOMH, Prep., Ml Vernon, Ky, Sj tt. I lUliltnw. l'hiladelphla. New Vork Richmond. V. OldlMlntComfsr t serioik t .. a..... to Jo am' J5 I'm It pm o ao pin a so pm , . Morx's Outfitter C. A. BENEDICT & CO., -- rswjcx wASM Jill L,uuiKvillc, - a Kentucky. rains leaving l.eslngtn at it 4i a in and s . dally, essept Sunday ter for Kuhinoad, K) and ertii.Mton at Winches Mnts the K C r pm K usm-- Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, luriinled CARRIER Kiep constant!) & WAITS, SU'ANFOKU, KV HOW LAND. KV. on hand a spleadid line of MM9M lM m AJf AWFUL I.KAP. factory prices. Wells dtiiied to order and Pumps Family Crocorios, And soil them at the lowest prices I'rmtuce of all kinds taken in etchange at market quotations. Fresh KiMds etery day (live usacatl CA kit IKK A WATTS. 71 R. B. GEOGEGHAN. SI.'CCOSUK TO I .11 man irom nlltllAM VI Vm 1... cal statlonsarrtves I.eslngton at p m, dai ly cept Sundnv AccommcHlatiin from Olise HIM and all local tHHnts. Kichmond, Kv., and polntsen the K. I Ky arrives at l.ealnrtnn to, a in, daily, e cept Sunday For lUkets, rates and sleeping car reservations, etc , (J W. lUH.M'.V. hcket Agent S A IIKOMIlF.KtS.Trav I'",., At. MUKI'MV.tienl I'a.s Agt J I) .TON jdV I'.Lesinrton, Kv Limited Vv.IiImiI. fmin v.u ihu, W'a.hiiigianaiid all points l.estngtuii m 4 47 m m dally .i m..i. . Kast,' arrives at 1 "i JI. M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, STANFORD : I ROLLER MILLS. KentuckyGentralR.R. KOl'TK" 611 4TH AVKNUE. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY The Nobbiest & Most Stylish I pleasant life and well pleated wife let them use I'atent Flour made at "Ul.CJ': OlsVvVWet Stanford Roller Mills, Call for it at your gro- eery, and if they have not got it on nana, urge them to keep it, or get an order from them and THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant From and interesting lannly yS W N I'OTTS, Superintendent CENTRAL KENTUCKY All persons wishing Stscl-- of formerly 4". . Miller, at the same jilace lor EIGHT HUNDRED DOLLARS cash. ccuniid liv II be i by applying to Mr. W F Ken ncdy, Crab Orchard. Same can 7Wm No v Stale J. OTITN'HI-'IMFK- , Street, New oik 9 n en 3 jr. w era . -- f t elephants' teeth, representing ill tons were offered. There was a good attendance, among those present being four buyers from Shellield. Tho demand wns very firm, and the full prices obtained at the London sales last week were They were at least 10 per cent, all lound above the quotations of the previous July. Fall Mnll Gazette. reu'-ized. d 1 B 5 p tn cf o o s g SB' ST O a p p CD -- CT e. W ere C9 i a o p cs 8 P. in I' eft P' o xn Z3. sT P w o 1 o CD 3 p p. ET- ft - li o t t? en to CD CO a. 5 o ST in a" 1 a , WM. ADAMS 41 & - SON KY. I nitOADWAY, 3LEXIXGTON, f OTHERS ffl srmsxp TKIOIU -- f.iV..n ifVlAKE s",oTHMSy M JV.nRILNS 5 LABOR TO LIFE n Much inisinfoimttion prevails as to the new gunpowders. The I "Smokeless powder," which is a first make? very little cousin to smoke in combustion, but there is no 'such thing as a "noiseless powder" that is, none that will shoot. To carry a bull there must be a sudden expansion of ltd itr.il nrfiil ...la ,ttlfl a QI1rlf!ftl rflflfQI impact upon atmosphere invariable pro- - . "WheroV" (duces a concussion. Even a popgun "AtthoMorrlts." makes a noise. Alas! too true; In a mlnuto tho wholo houso was ablazo, Tho llanio was creop ' The following in an extract from n real ing highor and higher. composition written by n small school "Is ovory thing hero? Yes, thank fort'boy in New Jersey. The subject given une." by the teacher wns the extensive ono of "Whoro is Florenco?" "Oh! heat ens, whero Is sho?" '"Man." Here's what tho small boy Tho w;ords went from lip to lip. Florwrote: ".Man is a ''wonderful animal. Ho y enco stood in tho window. has eyes, ears, mouth. His ears are "Who will vonturo to got her? Threo catching cold in nnd having thousand dollars reward." No ono anmostly for tho earache. The nose is to get the snif-le- s swered. Oh, should the llttlo girl only with. A man's body is split half way bo an addition of fuel to tho (lames? No! Somo ono started forward. It was up nnd ho walks on the split ends." tho "tramp." Ho climbed tho ladder, Mag.17.ine. Lippincott's now ho held tho child In his arms, ho A Texns editor having charged that descended, but all bolow was Humes. tho father of a rival editor had been in Ho sprang out of tho way, took an nwfulapplo-treleap Into and fell sousethe penitentiary, was notified that ho less to thotho ground. .Saved! '1 ho rest must retrnct or die. Ho retracted as no ono who wero there romombor It follows: "We find that we nro mistaken but somehow tlioy found that tho tramp, in our statement last week that tho Ilu-- 1 Horace Montgomory, had fared hard, gle editor's siro had been in the peniten- had been in that town and looked for tiary. The efforts of his friends to have work, seen hid ohlld and meant to claim his sentence commuted to imprisonment her, when ho had had a vlolentattaokof fover. I can toll you it was a happy for life, failed, and he was hanged." Christmas, and also that lluiuiiili Merrlt t A South Carolina man, who wns curi- was vory sorry slm onr said "None for trumps." Ilolnetto Magan, In Chicago ous to know just how ixuch stufi'nn Saturday Evening Herald. could got away with, when ho fe t A Who Hoy. well, fed out a hind quarter of a cow, 7 "You going to hang up your stoclc a sheep, 4 geese, and a hog's chickens, head beforo tho reptile backed wnlor. ing?" asked tho first. "Yep; zuo you?" The cow and sheep and poultry hud died " Yop. You oxpect a gun?" of poison, but this didn't trouble tho 'ga gun-cotto! ! I top-stornlli-gator calling; sho must not know; and with her busy mind full of beggars turning Into Princes, she ran. FAST LINK UETWEEN And now beforo wo proceed further lei E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor us examine our characters. Miss Mrrrit, fiver brought to th city nl I.omiilllc, now open j LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. a maiden lady, tho oldest daughter ol Including the world renowned SCUKDl'LF. IN KFFFCT NOV No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, Henry Merrlt. When her father db'd. MIS and III proprietor i.determnsJ that " No. 1. No. 4. " No and sho was yet In mourning, news came KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CD'S. HATS shall he maintained F.i Sun. of her sister marrying a young man, Andalsomy own importation of Knylnh lists Daily F.aSun. poor, yet who loved her. Sho begged and Caps An elegant lini- rl Canes and Lyon's Lve Cincinnati . S io am' 8 oo p JS Pm. lie has recently acMed to Its appointments hor sister's forgiveness. If not for her Celebrated I'mhrells slwa)s on hand Fine I it a m S 09 p Lve Covington 145pm Lve Falmouth.,.. 0 44 am 9 17 P for tholr llttlo child. Miss Merrlt sent Mm 10 a nvm . ,1 5 so p ra Arr Paris. a lettor, cold and chilling, denouncing SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, 6 30 p ro J ro p m'10 jj p Arr Llvlnglon Also them all. so a m Lve Paris. Glove and other Furs, a specialty Orders First-Clas- s Llvory Stablo Arr Winchester,. la oj p in ' .. . So 45 pp m A m to (if city solicited, perfect satUfacdnr guaran "I am your slstor, you should have 7 jo p m Arr Richmond. . ' 40 l asked me," sho said; "a marrlago of teed flim't Isi' torn ' ra NOIIItV HAI si To accommoda-- the demands of his increased Arr Lancaster- - . 4 J P m. transient patronage. Hot Turnouts furnished Arr Stanford. JO P m, love, Indeed; for such I havo no honor. Commercial traveler and others. Lve Richmond" 55 P mM... And," sho continued, "I shall nover THE CINCINNATI Arr litres j os, p m lovo or befriend tho wlfo or child of Arr Llvington. 5 an p in Horace Montgomery." No. No. 1. And so sho wroto words cold and unNo y feeling. Tho plcturo painted of his Livingston S to a m l.ve LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. WILL PAY wlfo and his llttlo child with golden ...TO Lve l!crea 10 S a m hair did not prevail on hor. Hut three Arr Richmond !""!" , i' 4S a in years later, when they brought Helen's Lve Stanford 7 00 a in " AND FINEST Lve Lancaiter 7 41 a in THE LARGEST llttlo girl to her, sho took the llttlo Arr Richmond. nan m ,. . orphan and promised to lovo her. Who TO AGENTS SENDING THC Lve Richmond. a"m 10 p in 6 i HOTEL IN THE CITY. could help It? Arr Winchester 00 p rn 715 a in Largest Number of Subscribers between Arr Paris 40 p m 7 4! a m It was a cold winter's day tho day Lve Lealugton a 05 p in 7 00 a in j 45 p m bororo Christmas. Hut al! how differNov. i, 1889, and March 31, 1890. TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDLve Paris nATES $2.50 jo p in 8 a a in 4 a. v m ent from tho usual festlvn days, for Lve Falmouth-A4 u p in 9 ij am s to p it Tonsist Covington. 5 4" P hi in js a in, byipm there had been no snow, although bleak also pay to thenccnts in their work, we will ING TO ROOMS. thcbUIkSCIlinKItS they obtain Arr Cincinnati 5 jo p in 10 4? im iliin winds had been blowing for a week. On thc.Maysville llranch, No 9. leaves Pari at Suddenly soma ono said "firo." 8 00, a m and No, 11, at 5 4j, p in, arriving at A RUSSIAN HA HIS IN HO I EL H iT - S, out-sid- THE MYERS HOUSE ( , South-Houn- - Pool nnd Billiard Parlora e . 11 I e . . . 11 4 WEEKLY ENQUIRER THE GALT HOUSE, North-IIeun- s- - $2,OOO.00 ' . . . " 1 , . , . rr IN CASH PREMIUMS, $1,500.00 . TURKISH tor any. I - LlSSENS PMLofq MAIUJfhtE tLlrr, DIMINISHES a MOTHER Toa""M0THERS' 0 r; CHILD RADFIlODUnANTAM : Fon Huai'dlkss Uovs. The Scientific Amei lean has little confidence in com- pounds that will force tho whiskers to "What do you oxpoot?" grow, but savs this is tho best recipe it "Nothing. Last jvur I oxpoclod a I knows of: Croton oil VI drops, sweet oil v tool ho and got nothof almonds 0.. tioy. Mix nnd rub on ing but n jnok knife. This year I hain't the skin uently twice a day. If too irritating double the amount of sweet nl-- I going to expect nothing and uiubbu I'll got a Texas pon,,." Detrjit Froo I'ress. un nil oil. It is poisonous. I I twonty-llvo-Oplla- "Noap." "A drum?" "Noap." "A music box?" "Noap." For Correct, or as near Correct Answers as possible to the following problem.namely : What will be tho total number of .subscribers in the first f largest lists received in the above contest? It may be near 500 and It may be near 5000. No one can tell exactly, but mav (Inure on it nnd guess at it. WE WILL l'A V $100 Cash for the tst Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 2J Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 3d Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 4th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 5th Nearest Correct Guess. 100 Cash for the 6th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 7th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 8th Nearest Correct Guess, 50 Cash for the 9th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 10th Nearest Correct Guess, 100 Cash for tho 11th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 12th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 13th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 14th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 15th Nearest Correct Guess. 100 Cash for the 16th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for tho 17th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 18th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 19th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the20th Nearest Correct Guess. 100 Cash for the 21st Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 22 d Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 23d Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for tho24th Nearest Correct Guesn. 50 Cash for tho25th Nearest Correct Guess. Every yearly subscription received irom November 1, ls.SU, to March 31, lb'JO, is in titled to one guess. The money will bo paid out as above, no matter how far from correct thoauswers may he. It is rt business problem with advantages to no subscribe fair nliko to all, carlv and late comers, as no cvidenco of what will bo the correct answer can bo hud until the last subscription Is recorded. Hubseribers not wishing to makoagwhs may glvo that privilege to tho Agent, In which case a distinct uudentaifding muM lie bad between them. Agents are not limited to nny ono but can havo papers sent to nny Post-offic- e, i. POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trimmt on our lands without per luitkioii, as all such will he prosecuted to the full. est extent ot tho law. sixnivl C.i:0. D HOI'1'F.R, T.J, HILL. I M. McROllKiriS.JU. M. S. MA UGH MAN, KOI1T McALISIKR. J. IC I1RUCK S 11. UAUOHMAN S. II SHANKS, MRS. IIKNKY UAUOHMAN, A M FKLANl) K. T I'ltNUK, JOHN W HOLMKS, A I HAVDKN. 1' U. I'AKKISII, I) V. IIOLMLS Dr 1' W LOl'.AN. I'HILIIF.RT RICHARDS JOSH ADAMS II W OAINKS J. fl. McKlNNKV. Mrs. SAMrORD IRWIN. JOHN O. LYNN, Mr ALICF Il'CKKR Maysvil e at in as, a m, and 8 10, p m No to leavesMavsvilleat J.IJ a in, arriving at Pans at 740, am So. j leaves .Maytvillc at I so and arrives at Paris at 4 15, p ni These trains are daily except Sunday. No. aj leaves Lexington 1005 am: arrives Paris 10 as am, except Sunday No. 710 pm: except Sunday No. 7 leaves Falmouth 600am; arrives Clhcin. nati 7 (5 ami excent Sundav 'I rain Notes -- No t run's dally between Lexing. ton and Cliicilinatl. No j runs daily between Cincinnati and Lexington. Nos a nnd 6 make connections at Winchester lornolntaontheN N AM V.Jly I M PORTANT -- Trains of this line now arrive at and depart from tho Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, Kast and West. 'I hrough tickets and baggage checked lo any deitination leached by a railroad. any agent ol the Co. ..K?.r ft J??ilcu,r1 aJ'l' K. 11. HACON. s. f. II. MORSK. 1 rav eiiriL' Pavs'g'r Gen'l Pass'g'rAgt., Aip Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, O. 'llios. A Ireland, 1'residciit; W,L. jVl!.!.?.(,)'T,av Cincinnati. (Jen. (5 (Jliiies ILK, HUN 17NCJ ION, General Manager. (J I., Tompkins, Sec'y niiij (Svn'l Manur ' OF.NKRAL OFFICES It I1 Woodward, Asslsl.int Sec'y; Chamber of Coniiin rce lliiilding, Cincinnati, O iMiuicr .M sauncltrs, treasurer: F. Russell, M. I) John L1 81tsvcsl.iiicinnali5iopm:arrivrI'alinouth American Accident Indemnity Of NEW YORK. Assertion -- OJjOUlsviltt MlwAtbaHT3 CHICACO fit 'c-"- y l'rvfi'rrtd and I'stra Preferred Risks only uninsured at a cost ol One Dollar per Month Indem nitv Ornded Prulerrcd Risks in accide.it Insurance Include: Hunkers, Mcrchutits, Silvimcn, Coinmercial 'Iravelcru, .Mnniifactu-rer- s (not vvnrVing, and kindred occupations and professional men generally llook-kvetie- A NEW FAST MAIL Leaving both LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI L Dally, Secures to Travelers, MAXIMUM lir.Nr.KITS- - Lots of Life Loss of HuniUor l'ert Loss of lloth Lyes v Loss of Hand or loot. .. Permanent Total Disability Loss of One Lve Loss of'l huinbor Index Finger Loss of Either Other Finger Ixjss of 'I line not exceeding 100 Weeks, Week THE MOST RAPID ROUTE $5,' no 50011 , Ever attemr ted between the great cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, commercial and hence 5,010 the fasten time and most comfortable 3,5011 tween all noliitsiu the Sm.il. . Tl.. '. "'I "' 1" "IS 11CIit ana ijo K..l Boo eiiomlnaleii The Limited Express! trunk lines is 1'"etouniernartorthis train 150 -iou UninX, C.SJ,,,0Ck Wt 'm P" a5 "''; i ,!,..., Apply to or address yoil will find our time tables and tickets. Say M non. get Monon and stick to Monon, II you to sava money and have a pleasant Journey. want I Publisher Euoulrer, I'incinnat, JOHN R. McLEAN, F. G. BEtOIHE, Gcm'1 Aft. 8 Ohio. Fifth Street, LOUISVILLE, KV. ' it. Agent, Chicago. ticket Agents and Oaken: L. A r.. ""' IOLKLNCE, 119 Vine st , Cincinnati, 0 p -- ; . '(L. ''ti. ' I. Li