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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889123101 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Wfayyjty L Wi"'i&Wf$tTr TTT WW r"ntt rev v.n ' ' 'Wjr;'Semi-Weekl- y t.fc i' ,, i - Interior Journal STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 34. d889. The New VOL. XVI 1HH0-1- 80. I. NO. 92 tho Johnstown flood. In Jiipan nud on congress as iio did ujwn his ico wagon. tho Yellow river In Cliliiii, howover, Thereupon the funny papers havo althcro wcro In 1880 HcxxIh compared to ready lK'gun telling him to keep cool. Avhlcli tlmt nt Johnntown Incomes Amos Cummlugs has written in Tho Sun u vivid sketch of tho woes of tho Tho first groat Monti wiih Ihut In Murcli member in his first term, which doubtp nt Samoa, in which Clio American less Mr. Cummlngs draws up from tho Trenton went down wkllc hor kind deep salt well of experience. Thero aro played "Tho SUr Spanled Huniier." A 120 now congressmen this year. little later ciino tho torrlllo weather on Month will bo remtlred beforo tho the Atlantic coast, involving iiiiiiieiiso now member learns tlio staircases, labydehtmction of property and tho lotw of rinths and passages of the huge Capitol many hravo lives. Yet nuiii in tho building, nnd even ufter months ho will tho Atlantic eoiiHt from tho piif bontetlmes need a guide to show him ihe to Halifax wa torn by tho fury of tho way. This u ill lie more apt to occur elnmentM. after u luncheon in thu senate lestaunmt Tho rnllto'id nccldcntH iknd minor cas- with some of his constituents. It will ualties Imvulieen very many in this coun- take, mote than months for hhn to get try, far mmi.' than tho tixtial number. It tho hang of the rules of the house. If observed that oventa travel in ho attends to business strictly ho will inn wnveitoauch an extent thataproveih havo almost uotituo for social pleasure. has K'rown out of it. "All tiling arc in s Ho will bo put on n committee, tlm-eii the paying. There has been in two, nud ho can tell no more than America during 18H0 no wldntpioml epl a dead man what committee it will be. domic of to carry jiooplo olT, but If ho is a skilled lawyer, crhnps ho will tho miiiihor of deatlm by suicide, acci- Imj one of tho gentlemen apKinted to dent and violence Juts Ixen unusually look niter our great American navy. limlg-nlllcnn- Suruiniiirn) tho event of 1880, wo Turner, tho Iceman recently elected n your of llocxl, llro mid to congress from one of tho New York find Jt liry Htorni. In JVnnHylvanlu it will bo districts, has confessed that ho docs not n. century rw tho year of feel as. comfortable in his now seat in Conr'Hsnin. HUSTONVILLE. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. lt'ii W t. Hug-elil- n I jier-hap- dJM-a- largo. Notable eveiitu hao occurred In hunan Ainl you'll all l? llio ruler of tin) man history to make 1880 worthy of long During the first term ho wUl Imj rcinuiitbrntK-eOne moro relic of Miublx-and sat upon from tho word go in thohaMM)f a hereditary bv experienced members. Ho will not monarchy, ban leen blotted out. Hrsizil Imi even to make a U a republic. Thero lit not a king or an though tlio question is ono alwut which cnioror left in the western hmiHphire. ho Is tho only man in tlio house who The congrewtof tho threw America at knows anything. A general who com-- I Washington Ih a noteworthy event of uinnded thu troops that destroyed u cor-- ( 1880. For tho find time in history all tain pruerty during tho war was serv-the lndeKudent gocriimrnUi of North L'lg his second term. A bill cnino is'foro and South America huvo aaseinblitl. To ' tho house In whlcii this very matter was the capital city of tho mot iKiwerful of involved. Tlio general, who alone know them all they comu to knit ftbout it, wished to givo soino informamore, closely together in bonds of amity tion to tlio house. Ho put thu enso to and commerce. tho chairman of his coiuniittve, and In Kuropo nuwt worthy of note wna asked to address tho houso half an hour. tho 1'iiria exposition, celebrating by a His chairman replied in that lordly manglorioiui display of tho achievement of ner long ofllcial residence at Washington eacv, the bloody downfall of tho Hostile gives: andthedlvinn right of kingn. Next to "When we want jou to talk wu'll let the exposition the moot ttigidiicaut oc- you know." currence won tho great strike of tho Ijn-doTho new congressman finds himself ilockmcu. Tlio success of this strike, upon a lied of coals nnd not of roocs, among the most iguomnt, degraded and savs Mr. Cummlnes. Ho will Ik) nwful- downtrodden workmen in Great Britain, ly annoyeti ny women, tor ono ining. marks tho telling in of tho lahor tide But if nt tlio euu ot ins tirsnerm, iu- which is to sweep nil beforo it. ancing accounts, he concludes Hint on In our owil happy country, 1880 has tho whole ho has had moro fun than been u fortunate year. Tour splendid bother, ho goos In for It again. new stars have lccn added to tho blno Most of them do go In for it again, in- sky of our, Hag. Four splendid now ' eluding Mr. Cummlngs. cruisers hate gone to show Kuropo the beginning of our navy. Not for forty-on- e Tho elevated nil mud u New York years before have we hnil n Ihet in city havo carried 8,0lO,(0U moro passenKuroK.'an waters. gers in 1S80 than they did in 1888. The CroH have beeu bountiful in most tnivel across Brooklyn bridge is increasparts of tho Union. Manufactures have ing nt the rate of several thousand n been protpuious. It U said that when mouth. Cars nnd trains in tlio city are tho Iron Industry Ikhiiih everything else so crowded morning and evening that it oured into our booms. Money has is breathlt'-- scramble to get iv sent, or country from foreign lands, becauso the even a strap to hang up by. Two or United States, at ttcaco within ami with- three facts nre very apparent: The tunout and busy as a bee developing its nel under tlio Hudson will havo to le mighty resources, Is n safo country in finished to accommodate tlio increased which to put money. Not less than rush of tnivel, another bridge mut c $100,000,000 have been Invested in tho built between Now York nnd Brooklyn, United States by Kurojenn owners In farther up tho sound, nnd n genuine 1880. Some of it camo from Germany, rapid transit, ono capable of accommobut moit of it from Great ISritaiu. dating nil the travel, must le had from No startling discoveries have been the Battery to Harlem. The trains of mado in tho world of bciencu and inventhe New York Central now go into tho tion in 1830. Ships have crossed tho street under Furk city to ocean inside of six days and broken the nvenue. Why should they not extend transatlantic record. Tho development in the same way to tho Battery? nud widening of the electxieil industry has licon marvelous. Thcro has Iwen Tho VasMir gills of 18SS-- 0 havo steady improvement in known lnen-tlon- s work that promises to bo a pub-liand machinery, but not much that Tlioy nro collecting statispi-. sh.-c1i- SUVIc clws to your dwk mid nover co to sou. Tho gentleman who wiw killed by Mr. Iko Shelby Christmas eve, was buried hero Wednesday. He leaves a widow nnd ono child. All persona indebted to tho firm of Weatherford it Cook, of Hustonville, will please call nnd settle their accounts before or by the 1st of January. Mr. nnd Mrs. J, K. Ilufl'iimn, of Liberty, are with their daughter, Mrs. II. It. Cumnltz. Miss Nannie Held, of Danville, is visiting Mins Jennie McKiunny nud Miss Klla Kenuedv. Fou S we. A gencial lino of gro- eerie, qiieensware, hnidwaie and notions in the town of Hustonville. Only .store of the kind in town, storehouse for rent. Reason for (telling want to in other business. J.4V. WIi. A progressive euchre party and u "candy jerking," (June Hcid says that is the name given a candy pulling down South) was given at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. R. Cainiiitz in honor of visitors. If you see Jieecher Adnins loitering around the Court-hou- e waiting for G. 11. C'oiper,,plcnse notify us immediately. Quite a lamentable nccident occurred yesterday to the eldest son of Mr. J. 1. Goode. While out hunting Brother Goodu had his thumb niniost blown ofi' by the discharge of thu gun. It was so I "miy injured mat ur. llro wn found nm I"tntiou necessary nnd he performed en-giu- 'o to-dn- y Every day wo hear some faimer sny ho has lost his meat. J.I this tiling keeps on, wo will liavo to ent our beans summer without bacon. Mr. W.S. Downton has sold his interest in the livery business to N. I). Ingram. Mr. I), will move to Middlesboro soon nnd engage in business. A general cleaning up of the streets is going on and it makes one think of the time of spring cleaning. Such lovely weather; llowersare blooming nnd tilings piu on tne appearance ol early spring- time, Tlio examining trial of Isaac lielliv, Jr., for killing Green I.'.iikenfelt nt June-- 1 tion City on the night of the 24th was called Saturday, but was postponed till' Monday. No now developments in the case. C. K. Bolton will deliver a lecture on the night of the 7th of Januniy, in the.j Opera House. Subject, "Lands of the Midnight Sun." This is the second in seven lectures which will be given ilur to-da- n.t MTTRiCTIONS MEYER CESSE i After closing a most successful Kail season nnd Hollidny business, The Proprietor of Powers' Groat Bargain Mid-winter Store has determined to add largely to the attractions in every department and inaugurate at once a Great CUT-PRIC- E SALE ! but beginning we will make special sacrifices in all lines of goods, most startling reductions in ina the winter. j ! Dr. Webb, of Bryantsville, gae n fact, reducing party Thursday night. Several of our young people attended and reported hav- price, to close ing n good time. The doctor gives a par- ty about once every six months nnd those who attend say they are always Selling garments that were $6 at S3.50, and $10 wraps at S5.75. In each garment in the house from 30 to 50 per cent, in all within the month of January and prior to invoice. , I 1 thcm-advc- ( n I ) 11 Forty-secon- d under-tnku- u 11 o is now. With tho good start that It will havo from 1880, unless all signs fail, 1800 will Ikj ono of the most proscroiH years in tho history of our country, a good year in which to make Investments and engage in fresh enterprises. So, If you have had bad luck and feel discouraged, nover say die. Survey tho field carefully. Seo whero your mistakes were und sturt in again, full of courage and liojw. Thero is good fortuno for every son of man somewhere, nud it is his task to find it, It Is sure to como to tho person who nover gives up. Finally, health and prosperity and true lovo to everybody for 1800! Long life nnd prosperity to all tho American republics, and greeting tho kindliest nnd good wishes to our sister of Frcnco seas! be-vo- service. tics of household service uniong women. In cooixratiou with thu American Economic association they distribute circulars asking for information in regard to tho hours of service, wages, kind of employment, etc., of women and girls who do housework. They liojio to ascertain tho reason why clerkships nnd factory work aro universally preferred to housework, which is healthier nnd in many ways more desirable. They need not send circulars to ascertain that tho low social standing of domestic service is the objection to It. grippe, tlio grip, or inlluenza, that has been imported from Europe along with tho other fashions, is something similar to tlio epizootic that nfllictcd It is uores of this country in 187S-7U. Ii Wood Hkir, fur it lii (iiiur.ihtte Dr. .ckcr of hi com b.en fully ilcinuutrjiril tci ilic tfj that it superior id jII other preparation for lilooil illtcaoe. It Is n poiltiw cure liir lyplillilic puKMiiiu, ulicr, cruptiniM a.iJ pimplv. tl purl-tithcuMolc t)tem ami llior.uulilj ImiMt up the A. II. I'uniy. coiitlUuiimi. 1 Wo Can and Do -- It I iiirprliins Hut people will ue a comiiiuii, orilman pill lieii ihty ..ui'CiiielunMi line-luone for the '.line u.miey. Ur. Aikri't IJm I1I1 pilU siro a polllc cure for ink jieaJaclic nnd alt liver trouble. Thrj uic sull,ince', Mlly taleu and do not gripe, Fomalc b) A. It Tenti). ll A Duty to Youraolf. notcontagious, but epidemic, apparently. First the patient feels pain nnd soreness around his eyes and ubovo his nostrils. His eyes liecomo red nud watery, and he weeps copiously and involuntarily. Then it is sneezing till tho afllicted individual thinks lie is going to sueezu his everlasting head off. But, though troublchomo, It is not dangerous, so far as heard from, nnd subsides in a few days. Tlio disease is cnlled tho Uussian grip. Stanley nearly died of tho dinners that were given to him when ho was In Europe before. Now tho dinnor fiends do not oven wait for lilni toet back to Europe. No sooner does ho bet foot in Zan- i " vUy motliert K'vc in ilic formof koothuw yru urprlng denclly polMin i their ..hlldreii.meli when they can re' ce the tbild of iti peculiar It IL'by Sootlur r WUrtroublenliy i"' bold by . K. crnt.Uiis ro opium or Penny A Child Killod. nit)rr clilld Willed by tht me of nniattt siven royally entertained. As we nre about to enter uponn new ""' operation ycsieruny. we under year, let us make new resolutions. If we Vc will also make staiking reductions in htood that Brother did not rest have done anything in the past year for well last eve, but he displayed a preat which wo are ashamed and which we deal of bravdry by going through such regret, let's resolve never to do so again. un ordeal without tho use of any opiates We too often make promises and resoluat all. We sincerely hope the worst is tions and break them. Every one if they over. try can improve by past experience nnd One of the most delightfulentertnin-metit- s can thus start in better prepared for tho &c, cutting prices on all grades fully y$ below regular value. of the Christmas festivities took duties which we owe to God and man. place nt the palatial residence of Mr. J. We don't intend to permit such a thing as a dull season to exist in The celebration of K. Bjtighumn on the evening of the the Anaconda Club camu oil Friday night our establishment, but will depend on "Bargains to make Business." Mrs. B.uigliumn assisted by Misses' t the I), nnd I). Institute. About 40 Hundreds of cut prices will be marked on all lines of goods and inMinnie and Mattie Dinwiddle received, j visitois were present, some from a and Mrs. Baughmnu's beautiful ' tance. A sumptuous supper wns set for ducements such as have not been offered the people of Lincoln county home wns thrown open to their guests j tlie guests nnd toasts were indulged' in before. nnd their hopitality knew no bounds, number of the members and visit- Come early and get choice of values. The young ladies looked pretty as usual ' ors. Everything went oil' nicely nnd all and the young men were "real hand- report a grand time. Dr. Bentty, of this some.'' Among the ladies we noticed place, is the only living person who was were Misses Jones and Uue, of Harrods-burg- , u member when the society was 'organMiss Bradley, Miss Jennie McKin-ne- ized. Mr. George E. Murphy, after procui- Miss Nannie Reid, of Boyle, Miss Kennedy, .Misses Cook, Misses Belle nnd mg license nt vour town to wed Miss Ki.ZL. ij0gle. Miss Emma Hunn. Misses Lizzie Hutchison, came over hero and Alcorn, Mrs. II. B. Reid and sisters, Miss were married in the niirlnrH nf (In. nil .1, - , ....V.. w. ..w :,,Tn iirvi. Mi. Mnrv nn.l.t ( enou Mr.. cher Hotel. Itev. J. W. Lynch officiated. t!cU . . j I.usk, Miss Mary Adams, Miss I.ulio Mr. Murphy is a conductor on the L. &' A. C. SINE. J.N. MENEFEE (ioode, Miss Minnie Drye, Miss I.ouie N. railroad, Miss Hutchison a llowland' locker. Tlio gentlemen were Messrs. beauty. They were accompanied by (irubbs, of Danville, Will Hunn. Ed Messrs. Lynn Hutchison and W. E. Lee, Dealers In- Williams, Calvin Carpenter, M. E. Al- Misses Murphy and Belle Hutchison. len, Becchornnd Charley Adams, Sam They remained only a few minutes after Menefee, of Stanford, G. C. Cowan, J. B. they were married. Quite a number of j L,atlis, Cook, J. Haiper, Geo. Bradley, Will Danville people witnessed the marriage. Dinwiddio, Frewitt, Ed Owens, Jim nnd AJXTD BX.X3TX)S ! The widow of Gen. George II. June Keitl, Jim Ritle, Ed Fowell, Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, Fowell, W. S. Jlullnutn, Messrs. Thomas died suddenly at Washington. K. (). Turner, u piominent stock Hooker, Will? Weatherford, Matt Cedar and Locust Posts. Hugh Manning nnd "Sister Ityan" dealer, committed suicide at W'e will carry a full stuck of even tiling foinid in a Lumber Yard. and lie wants it understood that lie was , A. C. SINE, Dii.inen Manger. Chattanooga is boasting of strnw berthe handsomest nnd "plumb prettiest" man in the house. The supper was per. ries fresh from tho vines and of peach feet nnd heartily enjoyed. trees in full bloom. Jealousy caused John McDonald to LONDON, UURErfJOUNT.Y shoot his wifoaud then himself at Bow-- 1 Kev. Steve Holeomb, of Ixniisville, Hug Green. Botli will die. Hevs. Evans nnd Hopper's meeting will commence a meeting here in Greenup county resulted in til addi-- . Wednesday. -- A. H. Dyche, e'ditor in chief of tho tions to the Fresbyterinn and to tlio Mountain Echo, hn.s, bloomed out as a Methodist chinches. At a chinch in Mniion county, Vest candidate for count judge on the icpub-licaHuirmau cursed the preacher, when lie ticket. A difficulty occurred between Ed reprimanded him for misbehavior. Hoi Chestnut and Bob Hodge near John was arrested and taken before n mngis-- l Siiort's distillery tho other day in which trate, when ho attempted to escape. Tho Goods, Boots Shoes, Groceries, constable pursued him and was fired on, Chestnut was badly used up. Wooden W. F. Bentle, representative from whereupon the olllcer shot and fatally WillowwavG, $?. Feiry, Leslicand Ilailan, was here Sun- wounded him. Tlio Columbia Kailwayiind Navigaday on his way to Frankfort. J. C. tion Company, incorporated at Creech, representative- of this and Va., with a projected capital of counties, left Saturday for the $100,000,000, proposes the construction of Capital. Co there Xcxt door to Portman House. A negro who says his name is Win. roads through tho countries of South Johnson, was arrested nt East Bernstadt America, which nro to connect with Fiiday, tupposed to be un escaped con- points in the United States by bteam-shilines. vict by tho name 01 Smith. He was We jailed on the charge of concealed weapBucklen'8 Arnica Salve ons, which will givo the patties who ar'I lie best ale in tlie world fur cut, bruises, rested him time, to ascertain whether he orci, u!crr, salt rheum, Over orei, tetter, chapis tho right man. ped hand, chilblains, corns and all ttvin crup John T. Hatcher, London's favorite tlons and positively cure piles, or no pay reqmr barber, has been trading considerably cd. ft is truarantecd to givo perfect satislactioi money relunded. Price 35 recently. About two weeks ago ho sold or ale by A K. l'cnnv.JSt mlord,cents per box. Ky. I'or his nice residence on Cemetery Hill to Electric Bitters. W. B. Catching and Saturday ho bought Judge Thompson's confectionery and ThW rcmcdyis becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who giocery store, lias ordered now furnituiu lia e used Klcctrlc Hitter sltij; tho same sonj; of BROADCLOTHS, for his shop and proposes now to do 'em pr.ii-- e A purer medicine, does not exist and it la up in style. guaranteed to do nil that n claimed. Klcitric Fole French, a prominent attorney Hitters will cure nil diseases of the I,ler and Kidneys, will remote I'implcs, Holla, Salt lllicuiiiuiul of llarf.m county, was anested hero Satother nffrcllnni caused by Impure blood. Wilt urday charged wiMi murder committed drive Malaria from the sstcm and prevent us all .Malarial Fever. For a cure in Fulnski county, Va., 18 years ago. He well as cureConstipation and Indigestion try Klcc-ol Headache, has been living at Harlan C. II., about 10 trlc Hitters, lint Ire satisfaction iMtir.intccd or . Price refunded or 1" years and is n brother of Full moneyPiiin' drugstore 50c and i per bottle-A(It French, of Ferry county. Ho claims ATA Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. that ho is innocent and told your cor respondent that his arrest was a case o( Ituasjust an ordinary scrap ol urappingpa saved her life. mistaken identity, but tlio fact will soon per, butofit consumption, told She wns in the last by physicians that be ascertained as ho will be held here sUkcs e was incurable und until parties como from Virginia to iden- shu welshed less than could only live n shurt of 70 pounds. Ou a piece tify bun. wrapper paper she read of Dr Kind's New Disj LflDIEZ find CHIUM' WRflPS Clothing, Shoes, Hats, W 1 semi-centenni- n dis-M- r. j y, S. L. POWERS & STANFORD, CO., , Kt. - 1 - - I SINE & MENEFEE, Shingles, Etc., HOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, 1 Bur-ile- tt GSASE, BOOHS San-didg- e, PATENT WIRE AND SLAT PENCE, fint-clas- Husk-H-vill- s I ten-day- s' J0NESBROS., General Merchandise, and Fancy Full Stock of Holiday Goods. Qaeensiuare, Glassware, Tinware, 1 The only Store in Stanford that suits the Farmer; u Dry and Hock-cast- le Kicli-nion- d, O p are sellinr (MS mi mi s Hoods And Other Heavy Goods - m time-sh- uis - l zibar than thero is nuother dinner, with r speech waking, in his honor. No ho likes tlio African negroes. Thoy nearly took his life Boveral times, but they nover forced him to co to dinner wou-do- a covery, and not u sample bottle ; it helped her, she bought a targe bolt o il.heiped hor mure, bought. Not if on go through tho world a dyspeptic, another healthy, rosy plump I)r Actcr a Dyipepila Tablet! tire a positive curu is now strong fuller particulars oend weighing 140stamp to nounds. For for the worst forms of dxspepiia, indii;esit3ii, flat II Coir, druggist, tort Smith. Trial bottles of constipation. Guaranteed and sold by this wonderful discovery lr.u nt A, 11 I'eiiny' ulency and Drugstore h Penny. Is Llfo Worth Living ? Greatly Reduced Prices SEVERANCE & SON. fw: fl I r ir .,or ut 27th: e r Jamas G. Carter. Master. Willis 6rifflu. Senior Warden Noah Tyree, Ju . 1j. tienuerson, lrens nior warden; urer; James Maiet, Secy.; R. L. Hray, Tyler. James Edwards, a boy of 11, and Roe Mullins, aged 17, broku into tho store of ho Livingston Lumber Co., a few nights since nnd carried away shoes, pocket knives, jewelrv, silk handkerchiefs, canTo on?' of dy, etc. They were detected two days Wo afterwards with the goods and were brought) here, Edwards was released very on account of his youthfulness. Mullins we was Jailed to await the grand jury. new There is but one expression of opinto good ion heard here on the uncalled for mur we der of Conductor Cabler and that is tho we murderer deserves execution without to give old, new of over last. posThe contest for tho Speakership of the Win. Miller is tho oldest pensioner trial if it was known positively who the sible House was settled in short order, Har- of the war of 181'-- '. Ho lives in Pulaski bloody handed fiend is. 15y strictly obvey Myers, of Covington winning tho and will be 104 next April. serving tho rules and regulations of tho caucus nomination on the llrst ballot threatened on company Mr. Cabler sometimes otl'ended There is a big strike with 43 votes and getting more than Cox, the Cincinnati Southern caused by tho persons who always afterward would say of Bowling Green, and Evan Settle, o! dibchargo of brotherhood men. he was cot rect In discharging his duties Owen, combined, tho former receiving persons were burned to as he did nnd were his staunch friends Eleven '28 and tho latter 12. Gus Kichnrusou, the death in a house at Huronton, Mich., set thereafter. Meade county statesman, saw tho hand afire by the explcsion of a lamp. Attention Chairmen, Tho chair writing on tho wall and withdrew bemen of the democratic district commitTho Kentucky Midland track reachfore the vote was taken. Mr. Myers has ed Paris Friday, the last spike, u gold tees are requested to call a meeting in had considerable experience in legisla- one, being driven by little Mamie Roche. their various precincts to tako place on tho L'd Saturday in Janmry, 18H), at tive bodies and will doubtless make a Joshua Heltsley, a distiller in good presiding ollicer. Our representacounty, will shut down rather i. m., for the purpose of electing district tive voted for him, which is n pretty than permit n negro to be storo keeper for committees, sub committees and a general reorganization. 1st district, Mat Pike good sign that he is a good man. The him. chairman, Mt. Vernon; 2d district, W. T. other nominations were made with disIn the Wilkesbarro coal region 130 patch and are as follows: Gieen It. Kel- - square feet of earth caved in, destroying Doyle, meet at J. F. Walling'; 3d dis. Pl.l. . tl... .. rt..l!l t .1.1. . ier, oi uiHumuue Kerens,, .c,. c,)UrcIle8 nml W8Wencca to the value of trict, John I). Cofiey, meet at James Very Ulack's; 4th district, T. J. Ilallard, meet House; James JS, btone lor Assistant $100,000. Clerk; Kobert Tyler for Smith, the Louisville drummer who at voting place; ,tli district, Mitchell and Smith C. Cook for killed Frank Hargy, of Cincinnati, at Norton, meet at John C. Graves'; Uth Harry Glenn was nominated for Clerk of Mt. Sterling for insulting his wife, was district, W. T. Darker, meet at voting V. place; 7th district, C. Mullins, meet at the Senate; William Cromwell for As- acquitted. sistant Clerk; G. W. Castle for Sergeant- Tho Nadeau Winery was destroyed, voting place. A good attendance is de7S wJio H. Reed for Doorkeeper. nu.inhnr S. 11. Martin, Chmu. together with 3100,000 worth of wine by sired. Dem. Co. Com. The nominees were all elected yesterday the breaking of the levee ou the Los Ja. Maiikt, Secy. A. M. Petty, an exile from Polo, on the meeting of the legislature and Cal. dulv sworn in. William Major killed his wife, Argentine Confederation, S. A., stepped r at Mt. Ver- over at tins piaco f.ttuniuy on ins way Hakvky Myeiss, the new Speaker, is daughter and to Middlcbboro. He went to h'outh a sou of the late Harvey Myers, a dis- non, Mich., but failed to put his own America with a large number of confedHOGLE MISS tinguished Covington lawyer, who was miserable light out. clos-of the war and has It a Candidate for Superintendent of Public The Northern Lakes were clear of erates at tho killed by Col. Terrell a number of years remained there until two months aeo. School of Lincoln county Klcciinn Augut, i&. ago. Ho was 14 years old at the time ice Sunday and away up in Minnesota when an edict was issued exiling a numand desiring to shift for himself, he ob- the ice palace building has been aban ber of unnaturalized foreigners on acM. for a doned for want of material. tained the position of of J count of serious complications some of It Candidate or Clerk of the Court of Appeal, Mrs. Uobt. Tyler, who presided over r on a Cincinnati paper at $4 them had brought ou between the con- subject to the action of the Democratic parte. be a week. He was afterwards the Coving- the White House social life for three federation and thu Empitc of Brazil. Mr. Klcc.ioii AuEUtt, ifc. to of ton reporter for the Enquirer and stud- years of Tyler's administration, died at Petty is u fluent talker and told many new from, a, aged 74. la., He Montgomery, ied law durirg his spare momenta. interesting things concerning the SouthNear Jellico Peter Uroughton.n well- man and deis therefore a ern laud. Cutley he t.i can bo bought A couple of elegant room on Lancaiter Street, serves tho greater credit for making his known young man, was murdered, plac- there lor $2.50 to 5.5 per bag that coats suitable tor office, millinery or bed roomi ed on tho track and was run over by a 17 mark in life. V. O WELCH. hero at wholesule. Kentucky whis:3.tf freight train nnd horribly mutilated. Oils, School Books, ky lv eta per gallon. Stealing is ulmost The lazy custom of not issuing ChristHenry Wolford, aged S4 yejrs, IVl of I But few of the houses have unknown. low first-clas- s mas that country papers have indulged which ho served Louisville as treasurer, lucks. This houealy is outsell by the goods. good Fel--- j to do in from time immemorial is fast becomis dead. He was n prominent Odd laws indicting the death penalty on ing obsolete. More papers than over be- low and a man of unblemished charac- thieves. best workman-lik- e fore came out during tho holidays, there- ter. Very In the corporate limit of Rowland CRISP CONDENSATIONS. Hud Wilson attempted to outraire by demonstrating that their owners are 11 J. HARST, Kowland. It, abandoning the old fogy ideas of running Mrs. James Fowler, near Fayette CourtIt is proposed to light up horses' heads newspapers. The Interior Journal house, Ala. He was driven away by the with electric light during fogs in London. FOR SALE OR was never given to the "timo honored woman's screams nnd was soon captured There are 400,000 persons in England custom" for in 15 years that we have and hung by a mob. in occupations directly connected with conducted it wo do not remember to A DESIRABLE HOUSE AND LOT the sea. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. have missed but one issue on account of roomt with Skulls of Roman soldiers, tho teeth On Lancaner meet In Stanford, V. 11 lx .Miller. occupied by Christmas or anything else. Corn is selling at $1.75 in Anderson. being perfect, have been discovered in and kitchen, nowJan. I Apply to I'miiuiion imeii Mri.,C J I1AII.KV S. If. Shanks sold to W. M. lackey the chalk at Folkstone, Norfolk, EngDuring the indiscriminate use of land. 40 yearling mules at srto. at Shelby ville Christmas night a The discovery on a Fiji plantation of I. M. Bruce sold to Monte Fox a Roman candle was fired through n winan antidote to tho banana disease, will, pair of cotton mules for $143. dow of the Shelby News otlice and fallTom Walker sold to Jesse and Mon it is expected, prove most vnluablo in nil My Now House on Main St., tropical countries. ing into a lol of paper, set it afire, dam te Fox a fine yearling initio for $123. Stinford. Kv. For term t apply to Mr w. it. aging that office to the extent of 1,000 IliSCin, Siunloril.or to me at Uanville rwy. Tho electric light has found a curious A. C. Dunn's sale of stock and other LOTTIE N HOl.MKS 3 use in Russia orthodox Russia, of nil several other establishand injuriging property occurs near McKinney countries viz., for illuminating saintly ments. Fortunately Messrs. Conine & J. E. Bruce sold to A. T. Xunnelley images in cathedrals. WALLACE E. VARNON, Vanco are fully insured or they might 1,200 lbs. Foreign engineers report that at the them for 5 head thoroughbred cattle, force tho town to reeraburse Attornoy at Law, average, at 2. present rato of sinking the northern permitting property to be endangered by Kontucky. A. K. Denny sold the M yearling coast of France vill, In n few centuries, Stanford, the use of fireworks. in this paper to Browr, be completely submerged. mules advertised Will practice in all the court of thl and adjoin-ocounties and in the court, of up-uCopies of rare books and editions are IbsuiNO on tho first and last days of of Tennessee, at $83. btagg'i dniR Itore iOfliceoer McUobert Col. Ridley, of Maurycounty, Tenn , now manufactured in Germany nnd 18S9, the ISTEitiOKJouitN.w. has given its readers lOo numbers this year, one more is delivering to Alford, of Xew Orleans, France by means of n chemical process. 1. The facsimiles nro good, but their durathan usual. Wo throw this in for good 230 cotton mules at $:!2,0;13 for tho lot. ica Tho New Jersey peach trees are in bility is uncertain. offer for rent my lintel in the town of measure along with the dozen or more In London there are about 1,400 shops trr Lncna the Mam IIoum-- containing IB double issues and scores of supplements bloom in many parts of the State, the and factories for tho supply and salo of room beid Kitchen and other imtliuililinKatn utidlminei' baid hotel adjoin issued during the year. With ourthanks oldest inhabitants never having been tho music nnd mu.sicnl instruments, while in lyopiiotite the newth" lirick livery laMo of Walker liko before in December. Ouly one othur utel In the tnn and a & Doty. to the public for increased patronage and the provinces there are nearly 0.500 pro-- good opening lor the riijht man Term reasonaTho Richmond Register leports sales le.isors of imiito mid niusio traders. Mr I.. J MASON, a prayer for tho lost soul of tho miserable I.aiicaMtr, Ky ble delinquent, wo wish our friends n of 4'. head 1,50.5 pound cattle at 4 and tho' The 3,000 new blocks erected in Rome, Estill farm of IkSO acres to Tavlor Ri o and the eighty-tumiles of splendid happy New Year, with peace and prosFOR and Hugh Collier at $30. new streets, have so changed tho capital perity during 1S00. To Reduce Thorn. I). J. Curry A Rue sold a car of year- of Italy that it is scarcely to bo recogA TEKitiiiLK accident occuned two ling mules to L. W. Hudson at $117.30. nized by thoo who visited it twenty Thu property occupied by A. K Kllclii, neur the (ioud hotur, niilhou, orchDanville toll gate miles west of White Sulphur Springs D. C. Terhunesold 11) mule colts to Jno. years ago. (food ground, Ai. 1'iw- Tho oldest locomotive engineer in New ard, water, tv.n acrt ol morning, on the C. & O., caus- W. l'arris, of Georgetown at $103. Saturday M"ioii kiwi! at once. England, if not in the United States, is M. K M.KIS 88 ed by tho spreading of tho rails. ,Six' Democrat. Thomas W. Capron, who cars of a vestibule train were demolishMcRoberts & Briscoe sold .'10 mules the active and continuous lian been in service of tho I ed, killing 11 people and injuring 23 to John Tewley nt $135 cash. E. W. New York, Piovidenco JgggUJ'MMWIIIWAlW and Boston road more. The only Keutuckian killed was Lee bought of John Parks, of Paint since 1853. I claim ag.unt the et.il of All pcrnon h.ivinR .. ... a newsboy named Thompson, of Paris. , mi .....on. fli..i In itwt nr Lick, 22 mules 151 hands high J., In autumn lingo baskets of snails for my S. Withers, we. proven,!.. or before January A Wrick on asem, Lot, at $145. L. W. Hudson bouirht several sale may bo seen in 'tho Lisbon fruit 1.1800. properlyMr JII.IA A hi 111. KS. OiiSomcrict tlrett, at proent occupied ly M W I' McCI.AKV, Agent. 'ss Kihiit men charged with murder were lot8 of 8.,,,ar BI1(1 0tt01 .., ,,t iioT.DO market. In Madrid and other wealthy (r It CoODer. A WrV lllirnhli filnr .. 9ml an ohuincil at a bargain Addrc or c.ill on taken from the jail at Barnwell, S. C. to $110. Advocate. Spaniih cities ns many as fifteen differv Ilnrner. Kntiuu. tl. and shot to death by a mob. There was The competition between racing as- ent kinds may sometimes bo counted on WOOD Or l M. McKOllKKIS, Stanford. Ky. perhaps no excuse for tho outrage, ex- sociations seems of late to be advanta- the slabs of thu dealers. Lady Dtifferin, in her notes on India, cept that the prisoners were negroes nnd geous to the turfmen. Purses and added I R. B. the cowardly mob wanted to gratify a money to stakes are larger and liberal says: "Tho Burineso women nro great blood with no danger of losing inducements are held out everywhere personages and play a great part in their Fourth Avenue," 513 thirst for households. They choose their own husSUCCKSbOK TO any themselves. to get a large number of horses at each bands and divorce them when they like, - place. St. Louis, to tako the lead, has retaining their own property nnd nil that M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, Dom Pnimo seems to bo hoeing a pretalready issued a programme for spring they have earned. They are ut liberty G. A. BENEDICT & CO., of stumps' of Into. He had ty tough row to marry ngain, whether as widows or meeting, June 7th, 'DO. Oil 4TH AVENUE, hardly gotten back to tiio old country niWell Drillers & Pump Adjusters, divorcees." The Shorlott and Qinckcit LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ter being kicked oil' tho Brazillian throne MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Tho redecoration of tho famous corriStanford, ky before his wife died suddenly of heart Junction City to New Orleans. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish j Mt. Vernon now boasts of a bnrbi r dor in Windsor castle has been completed and Pump iViiihi'd at Well drilled disease. Tho cable says he is totally at a cost of ninny thousands of pounds. factory price. to order 3 shop. Stock of overcome; little is the wonder. Tho work has been constantly in progress ""h' "ii'iuiii WMIle, Milt Miller, Jr., andTommio Adams nil tho year except when tho queen has TheShortettand (ukket will enter school at Lexington. been ut thu castle. One set of rose china, ! The influenza or "LaGrippo" ns it is orGeorgia Perciful, a in a single one of tho cabinets in this corJunction City to Jacksonville, Fla. which has swept over tho old called, phan living nt.Mr. Will Gentry's, died a ridor, U vnlued nt 30,000 ($100,000). At Tho only line runnlns through tram world, has reached this country and is DET. 3VE. and .leep- the upper end of tho corridor is u bust of few days since. era Quilting rapidly spreading. Over 100 denths ocIla houxhtthe right to ell the Kureklloyle coun- ever Drougni to mo city 01 i.ouuvllJe, now open 2horict lino to Vn !..,-- . Two of tho boys who took part in Gordon, close to which is his pocket Bi- Attachment in Lincoln. Carr.ird and Ala , M,,WU J!,.,.,, VlcktbU? Mil including tho curred from It in Paris and many elseble inclosed in crystals. ties. It work equally well on all makeo(imliiR port, 1.0. Mi; l. .Term., Atlanta tho Roman candle light nru sutlering machines; will do ton time the wotk in a day of where, so it will bo seen that tho disease A'ta.X'd one of KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS Mob'iV AU"'"""' AU- any other manner of iiuilling: in fact it with burned and aching ears. is a very seriousne. ine Ktiatctt labor aaveri ever offered today fcmule And Thomas Carrier, of Livingston, was alto my oyrn importation of Englnh Hat 7; sl There is ono circumstnnco connected ex He will call tones you In a lew and Caps. An elegant line ol Canes and Lyon's The Coviiigton'Commonwealth, which tried hero Saturday evening for lunacy. with tho Cronin verdict that is signifiCelebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Fine M'b" CUn.urp",ed is ono of our most highly prized exchang- Tho old gentleman was acquitted. He cant. Burke, O'Sulllvan nnd Coughlin Jec; to Coal ""-SEAL SKIN SA0QUES, CAPS, r or rate,Mmap. etc . ad.lr,.. V es, Celebrated Christmas by donning n says his relatives want to get possession received their sentenco of lifo imprisonI keep on hand a No, quality ol Jellico. Lily now suit from head t foot. Tho new of tho little property ho has left. ment with signs of satisfaction. It and Nut Coal in my yard. Leave your order at Glove and other Fun, a specialty. Orders out Tho Masonic, Ashland Lodge, No. shows, at any rate, their own judgment Yard or S. S. Myera'aloro iui they will be intend- lideof city solicited, perfect satUfactlor guarantypo is n decided improvement. The n n ,.&?!n.tt?n. Kr. ICGAJLT. J II ItlUOINS. ed to promptly. Cclil. Manager, Ren. I'an. SiTkt, Agt., 040, elected tho following olllcora'on the of their caso. teed. Don't isll to order a NOBUY HAT. Ziyi Stacford, Ky. 6 contents can not bo improved upou. . CI ncinnatl O. Semi-Weekly I the ichmnd cn.n elirainnto constitutional convenjJoh ' r tho word "commonwealth" in cotixoc STANFORD, Ky., December 3J, 1889 tion with tho courts ntnl substitute the , more wiuldy one of "State." The suraes-tio- n is a timely ami good one, but Col. W. F WALTON. Hull 'thu scribe, thinks it would boa sin to tako main stny "The away thu DEMOCRATIC TICKET. grand Old Commonwealth," which he launches so grandiloquently upon an Kor County Judge, THOMAS W VARNON o.ijir audience. County Attorney, JOSKJ'H 11. i'AXTON; " County Clork, GEOKGK II. COOPKK; " Sheriff, J.N MEXEKEE; NEWS CONDENSED. " Jailer, SAMUEL M.OWENS; A New England Syndicate has bought Assessor, E. D. KENNEDY; Sup't of Common Schools, W. K. McCL A II V the New York Store, Louisville. " Surveyor, HARRY A, EVANS; Tho Auchorugo Asylum treated i)SO " Coroner. ARCH CAHSON patients this year, an increase of 'JO.') , temler-hcarto- tl Courie"r-Journspoil-binders- Interior Journal 1889. "A Happy New Grand Army u Yiaf to 0 no MW 1890 & . 1 Patrons and friends, THE FTBLJC: herewith extend our liberal patronage during the past iear and thanks for their heartfelt also express oar sincere acknowledgements f the many compliments and the hearty support showered upon us since the opening of our store. wilt encourage us greater r) oris for the coming year, This public shall endeavor to'merit the same liberal patronage in assure all and aiming always the the year as the public the greatest value in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Carpets, Matting, &c, FOR I Muh-lenbe- ry 1 Ji The Lowest Possible Prices Truly Yours, has that ! . 'i Sergeant-at-Arm- s Door-keepe- r. THE LOUISVILLE STORED m. SAkiarGOER, KATE Number 17 has drawn the Organ; the person will please call for it. Main Street. Stanford, grand-daughte- e F. Ilriirkley copy-hold- proof-reade- FOR RENT. -- Jfavi unpurchased the interest Mr. .9rfrf, will conduct the business at the old stand, where f shall pleased supply the wants all ICE! patrons Wall Paper, Jewelru watch manager, former and self-mad- e For Sale Full Stock of Drugs Paints style. Twenty Building Lots RENT. and Silverware at prices, for have a Jeweler, ready I and jewelry repais in the respectfully, W. B. MoEOBERTS. I We Are 8t-- ti tire-wor- TOR SAXiE5 i OVEHI STOOKJKB to-da- y. k l ForHent Hote , fim-hoimI e 1 a g4-- tt WILL CUT PRICES ..! 1 o RENT. 'Wl Ilnr-rodsbur- BRUCE & McROBERTS. House and . ITotioo .11 FORSALE A.MII-.KhUN- 1m. - I . I WALLA6E, Kentucky. Mon's Outfitter GEOGEGHAN, Louisville. -- m nine-year-ol- d Quilting Attachment SIMS HATS. world-renown- I I Attention, Burners, pSd"ctef-- J " """' 1 V m , ll 'frit o S if - , fihl'ltfiSlI ill li.n -- ' JL sMU. ' 1 '. La Auj....- - ' JlK. Jit , n y" v'sifir ,,TpVL&w "i" ' v1t ""i .'4. ' V t r - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal DEcKitriER ifl K Skk 8. L. Powers A Co.'s display of Christians irooiltt. ' BOARDERS WANTED. . . W. L. Dawson anight 45 nlco flsli In 1680 tho Hanging Fork Christmas day nnd W. A. TniiuiM! tells us that tho SpringI Imve rented the properly of Mrs. Caih Ilalley field Firu and Marine Co. paid Kd Land 'M Inst Saturday. on Lancaster street sind am now prepared to take, S800 of the S'JOO insurance he held. Hu boarder. Terms reasonable Day boarders taken J. 11. 1'axto.v has sold Ids stock and saved soma of thu things insured. astluap anybody. Apply to K. O. WALTONt BUB. MQna'Ror t HEL1.K CAKPKNTKR. farming utensils to Adam Pence, who Cki-i- i bus rented tho farm, for $1,800. Sutton, tho negro who married MEANS BUSINESS. Tom Harper's wife, over whom Harper Tiik wife of Mr. James 0. Kltnoro preCom Kami nettle your nccount. A. It. sented him with it girl yesterday nnd killed West Hansford nnd wna given til yenre in tho penitentiary, got in n jealous The convenient and neat Kendenco now occupied runny. was in n very eriticnl condition when rago Saturday night nnd vented it by by Mr. W. F. Ramsey, on upper Main street, Stananil Watciikh nnd Jewelry repaired ford. It ih well looted, has every convenience last heard from. warranted. A. It. I'enny. breaking up every pieco of furniture tho and it a most desirable hum. C. ill on or address Having sold my stock of groceries, to be invoiced Dec. 26th, I offer II.G.OOVKK, Tiik best placu to buy drugs, patent Maiik H.midin has taken charge at tho woman bad, including a sowing machine or V. F KAMSKV, 9J t for sale privately my Is ut A. It. old stand of T. It. Walton nnd will tell n clock and two bedsteads. She Bworu medicines nnd toilet articles Stanford, Ky. Penny's. our readers how he ii going to sell goods out a warrant for thu fellow, but ho has Buy your school books, Ink, tablets, WANTED ! kept out of Mnrshal Newland's sight so paper, pencils mid school supplies of nil in our next issue. lar. Icinds from A. It. IVnnv. To Kent Mns. Annib K. Mociiik, widow of Jas. Tiik drawing for the $200 organ at the A Small Engino and Boilor, A. Moore, has been appointed postmnsPERSONAL POINTS. Store took plnco Friday in tor at Kinusville in nlnro of James Hoy, Ionisvillo Ftr two . r three tn nths Address, Mating price and condition of machinery, is spending a few days in nn,i s h, Coppnge at Shelby City, vice tho presence of a committee selected by J. P. V. I.. McCAH rY, Kingssllln, Ky. Manager Salinger, composed of Judge T. owt Lexington. J. A. Perriell. W. Vumon, Mayor K. II. Uurnside, Imslky is acting as jailer in the J. On Main street. On it are a splendid stable and corn crib, which are A vkiiv largo house greeted the Judgo W. It. Carson, J. P. Hailey, J. H. absence of Mr. Owens. Family and greatly enjoyed the Paxton, T. D. Xewland, A. A. Warren nearly new, as is also the fencing. The creek runs through the lot. Mil. T. Mkti'ai.1' and wife have been novel musical entertainment. They aro nnd u reporter. Thu latter did the draw-ihvMting his parents In Nichol.vtvllle. PROF. W. F. NILES after thu mayor had shaken up tho Kt'tiKNK lli'iiiiAiti) spent thu holidays remarkably talented and exceedingly v.111 open ami fully merit the liberal pat- box containing nearly i),000ticketswhen clover, with his father, Prof. J. M, Hubbard. A NORMAL SCHOOL, C. C. C.MisoN and K, C. Walton spent ronage that is bestowed on them every the number 1,778 was brought forth nnd county, where they appear. declared thu winner. The holder, has At Mc Kinney Lincoln of tuition JAN. 20, 1800, a day or two in Lexington and Nicholas- per month: At the following ratei Primary Department $1.00 not yet shown up. v,lle- Tiik Liberty Press snys that tho two-Inter nt'diate Department i.'O Normal Department Mn. J. S. May and wife, of .Somerset, ytMr.old daughter of Mr. John Williams 3.00 Mai Dons. As Judge T. L. Shelton A liberal patronage is requested and thorough , are the guests of Mr. Fielding Thur- - j (el into a barrel of boiling water prepaf- - stepped from his hotel at an early hour work guaranteed for address, v. F Nil f McKlnne),Ky. About miles from Stanford, on the Crab Orchard pike. Small moni' od for scalding hogs and was literally Saturday morning lie was attacked by n Mn. II. 1). Kkli.kh, of Hnrrodsburg, boiled to death. Win. Sparrow was In- - dog which seized house and good water on it. Nearly all in grass. him by the foot and lins been Visiting Ills brother, of tli Blatantly killed by a limb falling on him tore a hole in his shoe. Fortunately ollice. while cutting timber. there was no nbrasion of tho skin, but will tics. It. M. Oa.no raised 7t,000 in KKinney, Ilavinc prints of tho teeth showed on the flesh. aell on therented my , farm near auction, on premitet at public Tin: Cincinnati F.uiiirer of Dec. lith Buggy,-nearlWinchester for the new bank in D.ilhif , The Kime dog had also torn the breeches reached thisotlice on thu 2Sth, considerTexas. 31st. olfn negro man the same morning. An Mn. and Mas. Jamk Mii.iirn.v liae ably disllgured, but still recognizable. effort was made to kill him. but he got (Winning at 10 o'clock, returned from a visit to his mother at Where It hns been all this time is n mys- away. Den Dunn lost an Optimus colt black mare mulct. !5(j hand A pair of vyear-oltery t nil save the new mail clerks, which Danville. be had refused $150 for, nnd n hluh, 1U0. Mare and t ycar old Hone Mule, iiuiilifli'u-tloun.MuleColK. Mn. A. It. Pknn'Y went to Knoxville whose politics nnd not their large hog from hydrophobia and it is secured them the positions they Saturday night to see his daughter, Mrs. to jack things j Good Drood Mare, work well and In foal llrccrc. said that many other people and 3 yearling horiecoltf, I by Messenger do not till to the credit of the party in K. H. Mahouy. will Hiitlcr. Watch out for mad dogs young calve. I Mns. W. W. Johnson, of Tennessee, power. 7 milk cowi, 3 with Those needing such things would do well to call on and kill every one suspected. bull, 13 head heilerx and teer, tl and her children, are visiting Mr. anil nice butcher ttull. Sown of our citizens are luxuriating on Mrs. Peter Strati!. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. young onions, riiildWies and lettuce raiscw and pies, lot of hos. buirsy and harni, (Koitui: llouo.v, of lla'rrodsburg, ciunli-llf- ed in their gardens, while others have 1 larmins Implement ol all kitim, inciuuin; one Miss tJInfa Mr. .lames A.Todd and WiRon, reaper, mower, rake, household Stanford, Ky. us guardian of ICdwiu, son of the Into yards beautifully adorned with blooming Hunt were married at Mr. A. I Mober-ly'- s and kitchen furniture. Soo Owens, yesterday. japoniea, crocus and other plants. .Such Term made known on diy of ale last week. My customers will please make arrangements to settle up promptMn. P. A. Pitma.v will go to Somersit a thing was hardly A. C. DUNN', ever known in this County Clerk (,1. II. Cooper issued McKlnney Ky. ly, as I will leave Stanford to auction goods for Power it Co. Ho latitude before. It was pretty chilly yes-- , 91.21 within about 10 days. I2". marriage licenses this yeir to whites i.tn't bo beat in his line, turday and a further fall in tho tempera and '.Y2 to colored couples, making l.4 Haui.an', of Sednliu, Mo., ture was predicted by the signal service, . Miss HK3STT. against 102 in 18S3. who hns been visiting Mhvs Lillins so there is a plotted for these too previleft for Danville yesterday. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ous buds and blossoms to get seriously House & Lot of Miss Mary Myers, Mn. John H.Ciiaio started on the road nipped. A blizzard, the first of the seaDavid Owens received a ball from a Now occupied by Mr G.N Hradley, U for rent' yesterday for Wannmaker A Ilroun and son, is prevailing in the Northwest. Koman candle in bis right eye, which for the year 1890. Iocion Riven January ut Hrowuiiii!. KiliL' Co.. to travel for mv A. D. ROOl, Stanford Ky. g4 f lllL.llliH "Ovi.y a Farmer's Daughter" was pre- has caused him much pain and may u.iiiiin. S. O. DAVIS, Wai.i.ait: K. Vaiison resigned as clerk sented at Walton's Opera House Satur- probably destroy tho sight. Mrs. Win. Simpson died of consumpol the Committee on Foreign Allalrs and day night by Miss Adelaide Cherie and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,1 returned home, preferring tliU to getting Charles Mortimer, supported by an unu- tion at her home near Huckeye, SaturJIT. VKUNON, Jv V. sually strong company. Inndditiou to an day morning, aged about IJO years. She turned down. leaves a family of 7 small children. Office net door to Whitehead's Drue "Store. Mm Hki.i.e Caiu'kxtkii has rented attractive stage appearance, Miss Cherie Mill k Elevator Co. Specialattcntionglten to diseases ol children Thu .Mrs. Cnth Bailey's houwj on l.aneaster is a charming actress and gave thu dual DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, of Lizzie Stark and Mine. Ijiu- - have had the misfortune to lose about and will keep n select and FANCY ARTICLES, &0. class boarding house. ret with decided eilect. Mr. Mortimer 10,000 bushels of wheat, which upon HARRY A. EVANs, proved to bo musty and unlit l Tin: has an account' Kvu a capital rendition of tho "convict Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. CHEMIST, of nu entertainment given by Mrs. Mo- - accomplice" and demonstrated that lie for making Hour. ANALYTICAL Morris Davis, formerly of the linn of rah at her residence n ISd avenue in is a very talented young man. Miss Be- STANFORD, KY Davis it Joseph, has been spending which Misses Nettiu and Georgia Wray atrico Ingrame is as pretty as she is ac cumplishcd and that is sayint; a good Christmas week with Jake Joseph. Jas. Engineering and Surveying in THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, are mentioned unions the quests. Mit. and Mn. K. 1. Omsi.kv will lea vo deal. Miss Lillian Uraham, K. Gordon A. Anderson came in on Monday mornf all branches. CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. for Htistouville totlay to make their Meade and William Macauley are each" ing's train from Louisville. Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than The McGibeiiy8 gave a splendid muhomo there. We regret very much t deserving of special mention, while little 1825. the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Re. have them leave, hut trust our West Knd .losie l.loyd vaseiiiil to uny child of her sical performance Friday evening to a paired on short)notlcc and warranted. full house, which from thu good order friends will treat them kindly ami re- age mo oversaw on the stage. The parts during the entertainment, evidenced a j were elegantly costumed, the wholo en- turn them to us occasionally. Furniture, Stores, Merhigh appreciation of the talent of this On Dwelling, Homeliold Mitts !oi'!s: Il.ut.KY returned from tertainment was creditable to n high chandise, c , apply la the old -wonderful family. Saturday, but will leave in a Kn and greatly enjoyed by the nice Co. Unknown parties broke into tlie gro- Pennsylvania Fire Insurance days for Olney, Mo., uhcte she luisldience present. Lightning clauses attached and damages paid cery store of X. A. Thompson last Saturaccepted tho position of music teacher in Mt'itiiKiiKi. Conductor Henry A. Cab-le- r day night. The entrance waseJIccted by whether fire ensues or not. H BRUCE, Agent. OKO. the Institute there. She is an accom,7 was shot and killed at Old Deposit breaking a large glass in thu front door. plished musician, having inherited as Thursday evening about dark by u heavy Mr. Thompson can form no idea of how Meeting. well as cultivated the talent. set tramp, whom hehiid put oil' tho train much was taken from thu room, though .Mit. It. 0. Hk.uu.ky and wife, of have been on a visit to (J. X. lor failure to pay his fare. He used no vio- he misses some goods. A meeting of the stockholders of the National leuce but accompanied the men to the platIs Receiving His To the credit and praise of tho Ian. Hank of Hustonwlle will be held at their banking Hradiey and family. Mr. Hradley is llnstonvillc on the second Tuesday In form, there were two of thein, when one caster people bo it Bald, they almost en- lioiihe In 1840, for the purpose ol electing nine diJanuary, one of the largest building contractors in to servo the entiling year j this section, lie has built 'JO depots on drew a pistol and tired, tho ball taking tirely refrained from Christmas festivi- rector g4 J. W ilUCKF.K, Cashier eilect in the abdomen of the conductor ties during the last hours of our beloved the Louisville Southern and still hassev-era- ! fleeting;. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial to build besides a number of resi- and passing through the intestines came vitien, John H. Woodcock, and until ont at his back. The scoundrel then took his body had been removed to its Inst" liences in Hnrrodsburg nnd elsewhere. is to his heels and though he was followed .. I t at " !.. Cn11l11tu.il mlliiiiliip.l tie t iM.liil Mi:. T. A. Kick, who bus by gentleor the irit A mei'tini; of the tockholder ! COllId be heard Upon the, tional Haul, will be held, it their .Muling house ill ly the trainmen imlli In anil ills com- of manly conduct and clever manner!, made Ktmitiml on the econd Tue.day in January, i8yo, panion escaped, dipt. Cable r was taken M,rl l " serve f 01 the purpoeof eleciint; eleven director! lo friends of all our people during his stay -- Miss Alta Marksbury entertained ,on .. KOIir.Is. Ca,hltr jrrjr here as train dispatcher, will, we regret to his home in Louisville, where he died KKET SPECIFIC cure nil blood divacs, such a$crotu!.t, fleers, l'unples, Ulcerated Throat hours-The railroad company lias Wednesday evening, Miss Lettie Ilroniii . Price $1 per hnltlc. White Swelling, Syphilitic ilKeases in all its stages, Necrusi. '. to learn, leave for another point in a few in :H the IKON HITTERS the Iron mines. It cures Iljspepsia days, Mr. J. F. .Snaine, who was dis- tillered a leward of S'iOO for the arrest of on Thursday eve., McGibeny perfoim-- j gives a blood, regulates the liver Meeting. it HAVIS' ktcu appetite,Price $1 isperthemost pleasant Intake of all and imparts new energy to the muscles enriches bottle. and nervous svsii patcher on the Monon, has arrived to tho murderer and scores ol detectives mice on Friday evening, Miss 1'attie CiATLIl'F'S WORM SYRUP Is made of the beet worm killers nnd cxpellers known to the medtaku his trick and with his wife and are scouring the country for him. A I'ea.ley entertained Saturday evening.! A meeting of the stockholder of the I.inc&In ical protection and therefore recommend it.elf. It is pUant to take, safe And reliable. Price S per bottle. child have taken rooms at the Myeis number of men have been arrested at va- Mrs. II. Kinnaird will entertain on Mon- National Hunk will he lit. Id at their banking house OA'ILIFF'S MAGNETIC PILLS lor all I.uer Complaints, Impaired Digestion, SUk Headache, January. rious point, 6Uhpccted of the crime, but day uvening. It was our intention to ' in htalifnrd on the secoud Tuesdayenindirector to c. Acts nscathartic. Price 3$ cents per bos, House. iSuo, thepurpo.e oftlecting eUs t Manufactured and tcr sale to the undo by the it is not likely he is in custody yet. write up these entertainments separate-- strve lor ensuing year the J II OWSLEY, Cashier 84 CITY AND VICINITY. Starting on the road as news boy, Capt ly nnd particularly, but the sickness, Ky. WIIXIA3ISBURG DRUG CO., Cabler worked himself through all thu death and attending tho funeral of our I'u'Ki.ki pigs' feet for sale at 31. F. lower positions to conductor. Ho was devoted friend, relaxed all interest in one of the most conscientious men on outshleainiirs Capital to Build Houses to Rent. Ont new Oliver plow on hands, H 1 the road In tho discharge of his duty and Col. John K. is back from gins it MoKinney. )ear.lth A permnnpm invemnent was highly thought of by the company. Washington. Col. D. It. Collier and son, 8vtji amnio security. Inquire at this olli e. Xew Stock Hamilton steel iln.t u .. His strict conformity to the letter of thu William, are spending Christmas week . S r rules mnde him unpopular with a cer-- i uthome. A. F. Anderson is at home. Higgins A McKinney'B. IN U AOLJAl E.O AOO MITDCrDTUC tain class, and his methods weiu some- - during the holidays with his mother and D LU K Tins is the pcason for good resolvcf. what abrupt, hut he had no trouble with sisters. Thurmaii can always bo expect A full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Tree, Fruits, Make 'em and keep 'em. people who want to do right and who he. ud on Ciiristiims and election day. .Mis-- , Grape Vines, Small tit., irrli.ir.tAsparagus, Shrubs, ....... ,1.:K.. f., t! nml L'jrdell. ' ' ''"veil that it is as much sin to.cheatand lllltl Toilliniu MOOIU, tllO tWO elpoyno agents but sell din ct nt low prices to t'8 lifOI-Kiof our immense Iiik annual election of ollicers for fllcai from riliroad as an individual. iiiifiOMiiiiK lii.lloHiif iowr tnirraru, nru the iilnntcr. Personal Inspection ,ivarj, inscription cituiocue with Lincoln Lodge Xo. (10, 1'. A. M., re- -' ,, is the second conductor on the L. & HIKMllUnirClirihtlllllS Week With Miss .Mil- - fc(M suggestions on application. blc llILI.hNMr.1 r.K, Ky. ' suited as follows: 0. I). Hopper, W.M.; x Lexinatpn, iirruy. Lou Hrown, of Covington, t0 ,, lwmm, in tho discharge of jx.n ' i'w .; A. K. I'enny, T.; ,M(;1,,lur80"'1hiHduty in the last fow months and it i with .lolm Farm ilurinc th liolltlaysSine, See., wa8 Htl(.oml lU(i thut lt) ,i,suf i,mi Ksiiiim Kinnaird laeoiillnoil to lii.s room and A 1. were stealing a with miuotliliiK liko iiilltiunza. JamcH SALE AT A iSAUlIl1lUl!i j ,een shot by men who His'friends will bo ulad to know that ri,-'- . A moinber of tlioMethodistchurch, IIiiHiilton has rt'iitutl ami fitted up tho rooms of .Mrs. Moody Hardin, wlicru hu "' i will sell tho house known as the Kro. Harnes will lesuino his entertaining '"P1- - c,,Iur lft pai'1 10 ,invo do for the cause of religion and to with hirt iutiTcstitiK littlu wife will hkmii1 eoriespondonco for this paper. A long work tit letter dated tho 17th Mini mailed thu LTith have devoted tuuchof his means to the tho coining year. did not reach it till yesterday, too lato support of gospel missions in Louisville. There were 80 additions to thu First to appear herewith, but will bo given Ho leaves a wie and six children, who Presbyterian church, 70 to tho Christian, Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture were entirely dependent on him, and Fur ONE MIOUSAXD DOLLARS cash. next issue. U) to to tho Baptist, 10 to thu Assembly and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods whom he loved with unusual allcctiou. Amono our Christmas gifts was a lino Thoy had prepared a surprise for him on I'reshyturian and to tho Episcopal The Cottage opposite the Railway can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conDepot, turkey from a lovely and stylish young his return from the trip, but instead of church during tho past year. Harrods-biUvinced that I rbII lower than tho lowest. lady, a bushel of nice apples from J. II. his coining to enjoy itas they had plangayinss. Formerly tccupled by H E Miller, at the same HUNDRED DOLLARS place Tor Doputy Johnson, with Jailer JohnSwopo and a hiuulsomocano madu of Imis ned, ho was brought homo to die. Wo cash. d'arc wood froMJol. 1). M. Ilocker, of do not beliovu in mob law. hut wo would son and ponso, captured John Cook applying lo Mr. Turner, near Mitldlcsboro. He is charj;-u- Same can be een by Crab Orchard, Y F. Ken Paris, Texas. Tim streets of that city ho nedy, . ,,ft KWtloi. in .fn.l.m i.vm.t. with seriously shooting Doputy .Slier-isays, aro paved with thu s.nio k'nul 0 aiding In this murder case, as soon as tho Hook Xtphia, Short Hand, Tettvraphi.fie Carr, who attempted to quell a J, OTTENHEIMFK, IV Hrtle- for Catalogue an full information. No. jo Stute Street, New Ybrk. wooj. perpetrator is properly Identified. Stanford, Kt., oi-im Alex Cooper was fined yesterday for engaging In tho pastime of beating his wife. A KEono nnmod .KW ADVERTISEMENTS 3 NOTICE. or Rent! m m Lot Containing lo Acres 51 Acres of Land, yt NOTICE. g, parti'-ulan- yi-t- l, PTJBlTO.SAl.BI 1 Tuesday, December s, A Columbus new; several Rocking Chairs; Carpet; Curtains; Wash Stand Set, &c. y J T. H. WAXTON. d Jr-xxi- Uucli-niia- FOR u, ! t ..k-l- l A9 Mo PENN9 ! 77-t- f. Courier-Journa- Established FOR JITSTTB,A1TCE I an-fe- w H.6.RUPLEY,-- Stockholders' liar-rodsbur- g, IHmMrtlMteA FALL AND WINTER GOODS. ' Stockholders' I llre-WOr- The Great Remedies , 111. ' -un,. . Stockholders' 1 Williamsburg, "Wanted. ' IK- - f'lw h aw FURNITURE STORE! ' - .ip.nnico t-U- MA3K HlOFFMAKo IFBjDFo 77 e j ,,;,, j ... I t, - j i Stroud Property Orchard, Crab M ! d ll BRYANT - J n t - & STRATTON Business College AIIIGMII IE? I bU UlvVIIlraEif KV o S "" "s f!Z"mi '" " l'1""' "winii i,,,.1.h,.,i..1j.,i.u. "1 J 'l, ' "l"'1" T"l"'i'""" WBMilll I ll ll ' ,,..... I 1- '1 i r s, ' y.f ? nt I.,.,. JmiyuM"' if yjmwxyiniii "W J mps A Interior Journal AT Semi-Week- ly MEN YOU HEAR OF. ART NOTES.. , ,. - Published Evory Tuoaday and Friday SVJ JPJfJK -- VJ1.A.U.IN" o paid ATJVANOE will be charged." When not $2.50 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train testes Rowland at 7.00 a. in., returning at jyo p. ni. L. & H. LOCAL fr TIMECARD. i 3'Vm Mail tram coins North 131pm " South " Express train " South i37Pm 117 am North 630am Local Freight North 5 55Pm , South The latter train also carry pas.engers. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar time it about o mimitet faster f Baggy ieii POWDER Absolutely Puro strength and purity. marvel This powder never varies, whole 'innes. More economical than the ordinary kinds and can not be sold In' competition with the multitude o( low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in HOY L HAKIM. POWDER CO., cans. 18100 Wall ttrcet, New York A R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. Office on Mam street, opposite I'ortman Houe, upttairs. Nitrout Oxide Oat given for painlett extracting. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. DR. W. 13. PENNY, Dentist.. Office South side Main ttrcet, in office recently racated by,l)r. I.. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. "Lo Boy from Brum" is what Tho Rtv vuo des ' Dour Mondea calls Sir. Joseph Chamberlain. Henry M. Stanloy, tho African explor-- 1 or, ia 40 years old. Ho was born near Denbigh, Wales. Tho now lord mayor of London has a baritono voice, is an excellent musician and sings u capital song. Senator Quay's only recreation lies in novel reading. Ho is very fond of Fielding, Dickens. Bulwer and Thackeray. Edgar Allan Poo, captain of tho Prince-- ' ton football team, bears n striking to tho poet whoso naino ho bears. Mr. Justice Miller, of tho supremo court of the United States, is n man of the simplest tastes und most unostentatious habits. Inventor Keely looks old. Ho has changed a great deal in appearance during tho lust five years, and his hair has turned white. Martin F. Tupper, in his later years, bore 60 great a rehemblanco to Longfellow, it is stated, that he wns more than ouco mistaken for tho American poet. Charles Colby, the new president of the, Canadian privy council, was born in tho United States. He is tho first native of tho United States to enter a Dominion cabinet. Tho Hon. Allain Ettstis, vico consul of Brazil at New Orleans, received tho decoration of the Order of tho Koso from Emperor Dom Pedro, just before the overthrow of the monarchy. Thomas J. Powers, tho new naval officer at Philadelphia, is said to look so nitirli like Thomas B. Reed that ho was reient-edlmistaken for tho Maine congressman in Washington recently. Secretary Blaiuo attributes his good health to the fact that ho lias given up his habit of eating meat three times a day. Ho eats eggs for break fast, cracked wheat for lunch and roast meat for dinner. Since ho adopted this regimeu his health has been greatly improved. Sir Julian Puunccfote is fond of tho theatre, and his European method of surveying an audience through an opera glasS has startled tho Washingtoniuns. At the end of each act ho walks to the front of his box and looks carefully over tho house to seo what friends ho has in tho auditorium. When ho first did this tho nudienco thought ho was going to make u speech, but his habit is now so well known that it attracts little atten-y 1 A now association of artists has been founded in Paris. It is called tho Society of Miniaturists and Illuminators. Tho "Angolus" has entered tho port of Now Yor.k in bond for six months for exhibition purposes, tho bonds given being Tho need of tiros; In tho houw, for $05,000. Aronlgusof WlnterMiru tome. Tito artistic wealth of tho Paris muniAnother nlini thut nut cr fulls, cipality in paintings, sculpture, engravAnd 0110 a wle man nhvnys note. o ings, etc, is estimated at $2,500,000, Is that which now your now nisrsils of the great treasures owned by tho Tho Muell of camphor on owrvtutl". l.utt rear.' A.norictn. nation. "licst. In tho uxeavation for sowago works in Home a marble group has been found IJrfore 1110 Nprvnd, Mimlierly representing a nymph struggling with a Hut to'ichctl wl'.h nunset light ; lifo size. Tho head Ilchlnd, tho mountain' umbrusu Kn.ai.lt,- loom satyr. It is lllR of tho nymph is lost, but the satyr is UlrlM, height on bright. nearly intact. Tho water placidly ll iltwiatiiK Tho Verestchagin pictures will probHeiifiitli its nil of 1rl.1t i ably remain in America permanently. Anil mighty cliff und massive, iol4i tiro v inliiR Tinted with ntnothyst. They were entered in bond, free of duty, by the Iranil having Downward awvot euilctiesM tint lrttHnarvMMd. and tho time allowed lurf, expired, duty has Wen paid on tho enAnd all thotr :mmnanuw Mn ; tire collection. Ptvumliy lUhitltufup comet aorilr Wcr JIt An amateur of Liego has discovered a Tlioluught-ro- f the 11. sketch made by Louis David for his pict- ltcd burns the Hiiiunch; by tin) iMKttoJCr bu.om ure of "Brutus." The drawing is signed Ins uo.l: by David, is dated '178? (tho pieturo was The parole Ai'd W:e the li ."h In Horoh. nuootiaacslnt, done two years later), and the famous FlumosOul tho tolden.r4. composition is fully indicated. In tttwflitto wnl It pcipo Sidney Cooper, tho doyen of the Royal' Poiivosbndow; and ago academicians, recently attained the Sweet sou.idi llit) Jay's airill vryi of 8G. Tho old animal painter is slightly Aud drowsily on mountain aud In mmmI.iw Thu cricket's lullaby. deaf, but is otherwise in full possession of and his three pictures in llcnlgn as otenliiR's dewy binwtfMlrui jdla, Unto tho last year's academy showed no falling Softly lwfiulHiipt in a dtvm'it Wft ttethm oil in his artistic owers. Uion th eoucr1 of jm!. The lato Friedrfch Kaiser, tho historiTblH heiiltn balm, uid Rrucljas iihrtt KMltMft cal and battle painter, was born in Baliw den in 1815. Ho went to Paris to study Tlrwl bndn and aebtn ; trot ; lithography, but fell in with Horace And life, Its weurlmia ruJ widacs hwirs. Heems lnpslnx Into Tffl, Vernet, who persuaded him to study painting. Tho wars of 1801, 18G0 and Father. ve thnl th.s-- , m'. for UVwc faded, 1870 furnished him with subjects for a Hutchwri'd with kind rcoaw ; thy rei and wnrbnt tieHdcd (Jrnnt uh at great many pictures. lu perfeit, cadiens ltaov-- . Objects discovered in and near R01110 Kcv. Y.nem.Jtt S. rerrjr, lu Ailniiit by excavators will henceforth bo placed . Tim .Mndorn in tho Baths of Diocletian, there to form Tho tro'irenlou I ult h'ttienil Museum of Urban Antiquities, while a That ihoiIo are those found in Etruria, Latium and More hWily IntolUwtu.il elsewhere will bo placed at tho Villa Than In nio paed away; Hut the tuition is iirTornwnts Giulia, on tho Flaminian Way twyond s'csdfaHlly convinced, tho Porto del Popolo, named from the And I think a ratrogrwsHliw famous art patron, Poe Julius HI. Has bwn rooontty evinccsl. out-sid-- A METRICAL MEDLEY. Winter la Coming. I know that Winter's coming (ait, Tho ahortcnlng day, tho early night, Tbo icphyr chatted by colder blast, Tho woods adorned with colors bright. Tho squirrel chattering 'moitgut tho toughs, Tho empty bird's urt In tho tree, I. M. nillJCF., LOT!, SALE AKS FEED KY. aHBaBHaBBBHttf STABLE, " STANFOlin, SPKCIAI. ATTKNTtONto COMMKKCIA1. travelers, lionet and mules bought and told tt liortetand vehicle! tiled in livery Only tirtt-cla- J". CKAIl ORCHARD, KY. Dealer Hoots, In- T. BUTTON dfc CO., HUSTONVILLE, KY. Are still In the limine and ready 10 do any thing In the Undertaking line. We have a full ttock of Caes and Catkets of all kinds and Robei ol eery detcriptlon Our hearte, which it nearly new can be nlitiliied on short nonce Mr J ll Green hat charge of dfr butinrss and will thov our goods to any one needing anything in our ll -Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Shoe. Clothing, Hardware, (Jueent-ware, fon-st- s Tinware, Furniture and a - one-ha- lf Conoral Lino of Crocorlos, Fancy Candies, Crot Tie, &c. All kinds of Prwluie taken in exchange for j;oodt far-of- ivcry, geodani Sils Siablt i Close l. da-t- f Ky. Route N N. A ! M Co. i: D. Only one Night out to New York. S.hd Wstibutej Trains to i Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Now York, and rt, & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, K , Good turnout! and tad Uehnrset always lor hire London It the moil conven on reatoiiablt term. lent peint on the rjilrnad t. tcjch piicrt in the 10 in the mountain se Hon of the Mate W. H. JACKSON soiilhet. coiiii.tiAflt'i'r B Hon jid 1. 1 all point la t kfff.ciivi: our. Daily Us Sun 5 I KA8IVVAKD. pailMaitUm Kspre.s Daily i Yes Ac. . iu '1 x s I)i!i h n lt THE London, 1 RILEY V. B. HOUSE, " " ' M l.ttingtuti ' Wmchcitttr StaMford ,11 i7'm it s am, pn 4$ I'm ItlLEY, Proprietor. - - - Kontucky. " I'rett.Hi hac mned to my n.u Hotel and am btHt.r prepared than ever to actomtnodatr the public tioml I.iteryatlarhvd ami every tomrnwtice Viv me .1 d, call. lt 77 FRANK Kll.F.Y. Catlottilmrg.. ..' iiunungivA Arr White SulahHr. " Cha.l.tt.Yjrle. " WasWntton .. ' ' Ashland. .. oiueiiiii....;.;; , K. V. jHftCIIUH Ml Sterling . . ,ls I tispm 7 est pt i pm M p n'n ia 6 40 Jo, ,0 inn in 1 it) pin j ipro 4 ft J; ; in 0$ pin 6 0 p to H p m m iv y ym m It fa ass ia lu in n )rn .1 NEWCOMB HOTEL. I'hotov-r.ipb- MT. VEttNON, KY. This aid and well-kiteHotelit tilt! maintain ing itt line reputatisn. Chargei reaisnable. Special attention to the traveling public M. P NKWCOMII, Prep, Sj-l- " IUIltm( ... " PliiUdeJphia. " New York... .. " KIchwmNl. Y. " OldPrtntCoffifort ' .".t!olk ...... k 51 am I ... j i 9 j l p;n P pm o pm ! pm 1 a-- n JOSH BILLINGS' PHILOSOPHY. For Sale. power F;cine tixao: one One power Portahte Eiejne; one Feed Cruihcr, .ill in complete order. Will ell any part a peron may ll.C. POTTS, Ky want lluckeje, 84. jt tion. , Toil swots at tho brow, but idleness nwetb all over. Dispair iz the ashes ov hope, which the wind ov tribiilashun skatters. Pride livs on itself. It iz like a raccoon in winter keeps fatt hi sucking its strange conceptions As to w ay of Cnxs nnd watts, And the atrutigenpish extending Hvon to ideas a ad talk : Talnirs hato turned no tops) turvy. And aro changing mi of lute Th.it old timers Jii8 tUttlr Ixwlmrs And can hardly ua Igute. Now, wo have- mhiio THEATRICAL CHAT. ! claws. We should awl aim nt perfeckshun, but no one but a phool will cxiickt tew reach it. A lie iz good for a short nice, but it takes truth tew run tho heats "blood will tell." All happiness iz liko gold quartz thare iz four quarts ov stono to ono ounce ov gold. Hope aud Debt are partners in trado Hope hunts up tho customers, and Debt skins them. He who spends all his substance in charity will undoubtedly git his toward hero and hereafter: but hiz reward hero will be tho poorhotise. There iz a huge number oV souls around the wot Id who hav bin straining for years after a camel, and finally had to swallow a mil. Qivo a smart child n pack ov kards and a spellin book, nnd ho will learn tow play a good gamu ov ili Lo JaU long bc foro he kan spell a word ov two Billables. A man haz got alout done going down hill when he gits what' ho brags on hiz lazyness. Such a kritter iz ov no, moro use tew liitii.M'lf nor others than n rooster in a birn yard. New frozen-tew-deat- nc-viirs- MPS fe w&m tEJAAXEJ jszj.wyysip fns!sClasslca . ua Uttslncos DIPU07VSKS. Pmneini, ! v KY. SrcatL AmsT.OH Given to Trhniho of Teachiks. llonrd. Trahins and tuition for each term of twenty weeks alxmt $75. in AUS.1M. Firtt term opens last Tuesday F."r particulars addres. KlRKSVILLC, WlLTOn EtIIOTT. " a 3 Cfq tO JT co O 8 rj C3 C3 The death of George Stone, tho comedian, is a loss to the London stage. He was the possessor of genuine humor, was a good singer, and and an actor of considerable versatility. The Oxford University Dramatic so-ciety wish to produce Marlowe's "Jew of Malta," with Henry Irving, Jr., in the chief character, but there aro doubts as to whether the permission of the author-ities can be obtained. M. Mounet Sully, the tragedian of tho Francnis, has been nominated knight of the Legion of Honor. Ho is tho first French nctor decorated avowedly as an actor, for the few previous decorations havo been given ostensibly to professors nt tho Conservatoire. A very painful scene was witnessed recently at the performance of a play called "Tho Hypochondriac" at the Deutches Volkstheatre, Vienna. The actor who played the titlo part went mad in tho first act, and after various futiln ((Torts had been made toroncoal his true condition from the audience, tho curtain was lowered and the play nhniptly ended. A now rural drama by Armaud d'Ar-toi- s nnd Henri Pagat, called "La has been well received at tho Amhigu. in Paris. One of tho most seenes is that wherein a fathrr, having attempted to poison hih wm's betrothed, Ix'trays his guilt lo his kui upon tho accidental entrance of a gen darme, in whom he sees an olllcer of justice. The incident is played in si lence, and is said to bo very hnpiftssii 1 1 There uro 'many funny fancies Souio un tit to raultn one laugh-H- ut the oddest Is tho fashion Of tho latest photograph: Formerly they took ytmr plrtutv face, eye upon u crack, Nowadays the proper CHper Is tophotoqrapnyour back. Frank II. Welch. In Time. iT-o- t I Irain.leaung l.calnjt.nai 11 t and pm ijlly. escept Sunday Crnnect aatin Yinches ler for KKhniond, Ky and pointi en Ike K. C It t Mt 'ernnn, Ky. Limited y.stiWnle from New York, Philsde nhlJ, Washingtonand all pinti Iji.t, arritet at l.esingleii at 4 47 p m daily mall from llmitingloti, W. Va., and all & tatiunarncs l.olnglon at K 44, 1. m. dai ly except; Sunday IIOWLAND. KY.. Aceowmoil.tlen from Olive Hill and all IomI Keep constantly en hand a splendid line of points, Richmend, Kv and points on the K. C am, dally, Sunday ' 1 or Ibkeis, rates and sleeping es ar rcscnaiions, etc , O W. IIAKNKY, lickrt Agent A them at the lo ctt iricet. nd Prmluce of all S A. IIROMIIKKO.Trar Pass. kinds taken in eschange at market quotations. MURPHY. ;. ''a Agt r rem gmxis cter) uay. v.ic us. caw. YARftlNt.lQN idV V . Uslnrion, Kv ID S...J.1' A WATTS CARIttKK ? CARRIER WAITS, lo-j- Family Crocorlos, ci-- '.c". !, STANFORD ROLLER RULLS., Kentu ckyCentral R. R. "uui'ia aujves ' The glory of a beaut) 'a bonnet. Which wins at night our hearty pnilsou, la seen within It. not upon It, It needs not daffodils nor daisies. The lloiiurt's Itruuty. ' AIL persons wishing a pleasant life and well pleated wife let them use Patent Flour made at itor-rjc.- " Stanford Roller Mills. Call fur It at your grocery, aud if they have not got it on hand, urge them to keep it. or gut an order from them and THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant Front and interesting tatnily CENTRAL KENTUCKY W N POTTS, Superintendent ol I To all Points 'Tls not tho veltet, silk nor huIIh, Tolsed gracofully upon her head, Tls not tho trimming "this or that In." Nor blended blossoms wulto und rod. THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, That rich, attractive bound chlnltu, "A thing of txntuty" In the. htreet Or church, Is valued for Its lining: A face that's radiant und nwcct. Proprietor j FAST LINE & I. Es UETWEEN (LEXINGTON South-Houn- CINCINNATI. NO-N- The a Imlratlon of a lover. Unklndied by tho rieheat laco Or kpltindtd plumos thut w at 0 uixn e her. Is 111 by her fair, winsome faec. Thu heart boots qulokur la tho boom Of ono whose cheeks now red. now white. Who's thinking of tho orange blom, A form of grace and oyo.s of light. He thinks nt a briKhl urch of rosns, Where pllgliU'd lovers toon will stnnd; And when the oertirior.y closes No happier pair will grace tho land. The glury of a beuutv's bonnet W'h'cli vins nt slriht rmr bearty pratsos. Ispoff-.- i Mi' Ida it. net upon it. It nels not d.t"i..ll! mirilulde. -- Gvnne 1V. Huniray. isi l.'ltley'n IaMan ilajt lUlXit. No lintel In Kentucky hat a hnier reputation, and its proprietor is dctermim J thai shall be maintained. He has recently ac'ded 10 its appointments SCHKDUI.K IN KKHJCT Sun. 17. 1M3 .0.4. Dally 00 p thf p 17 No f 'Ex Sun. ' Pool and ISilliurri Parlors Also A First-Clas- s Livery Stablo To aceommodi'e the demands of his increased Rett turnouts furnished transient patronage. Coinmeriial I rat elrrs and ethers I.ieCincimiAti . S to am g 8 it am t l.vx Covington. I.ve FlrnHjlh. . 111 a in o 11 to a ni 10 Arr Paris . Arr I.lvington PJ2 ,0 I.ve Pant 11 so am Arr Winchester.. it 05 p nu Arr Richmond..., 40 p m Arr Lancaster, i Jt P mi Arr Manford. w, I' I.ve Richmond ... $ P m Arr llcrea j os p in' Llringttm.... 5 so p in;, Arr ' li pm. p 4 " 1 pi p . 5J P , o jo p m 5 45 p m u o pm 7 30 P m J ru 45 08 p m 40 p ra " , 1. h THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST North-Ilaun- d. N". 10 7 5 S- - No. S,o.J J York Weekly. THE GENTLER SEX. Mrs. Edison has tlno brown eves and a straight face, with a delicately aquiline no.se. Is tho Mary Garfipld Stanley-Brow- n way the dead president's daughter now writes her name. Miss Blanche W. Ilildebrnnd is n candidate for tho office of nssistaut post- A Good Coupli Syrup. there it nothing parents 11 I.ve Arr I.ve I.ve Arr l.te Richmond.. . .Stanford .. Livingston. llctea a ih m m '..., Lancaster ... Richmond... TABLE PHILOSOPHY. 11 j should be so careful HOTEL IN THE CITY. about as selecting a cough sjrup UegKt' Cherr) Cough S) rup coiti no more than the cheap and The best a RATES S2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD nostrums throw on the market none too (juod, be sure and get Iir.GGS'CHKKHY ING TO ROOMS. COfOH SYRUP We keep it on hand at all imp A R. Penny, Dtuggot. I Arr Winchester.. Arr Tans I.ve I.exiugton ... I.ve Paris I.ve Falmouth.... Arr Covingtnn. .. Arr Ciiiiinnaii ... P 5 o CD CTQ j ft Ml e Cj - fl O - M k.4 a j o 3. ft o a Js w w " is; Existence issimple, but life is i:it'w:i An unruly stomach is not to be tamed with lectures. Hospitality, like chanty, hidcth a multitude of sins Grief and worrimentare arrant thievea of the appetite. Don't growl at this wot Id until you aro btiro of a better one. Between physio aud the frying pan tho grave never lacks a tenant. Livo well today and Pparo your sorrow to him that waits until If life's staid draughts be Bometimci bitter, 'twere wise to sweeten them with a few of its frivolities. Because man came into the world barefoot is no reason ho should walli over its thorns unshod. Tho busy man may have no time to sparo for living, but it is tolerably cer- tain he will have some to spare for dy- ing. A good conscience, a good table, good digestion, nnd n good wife what better hast thou in thy store, O heaven! I ' l . , mistress of the next Iowa legislature. Miss Ulioda Broughtou. after an ill- nesd of souio years, has written a new novel, which is to wear tho curious title of "Atlas." Adelaido Detchon, tho young American actress, ha been presented with a gold medal set with diamonds by tho faculty and students of Glasgow university. When Robert Ingersoll's daughter was married she stood in nn alcovo between tho library and tho drawing room, under a twenty inch horseshoe made of silver aud steel. Mrs. Humphrey Ward looks askanco on tho woman's right movement, nnd has a sister married to Professor Huxley. She shun3 publicity, writes a singu-- I larly masculine hand nnd is a complete enigma to Iter own family, who aro still trying to And out what all the fuss is about. MEN What A Fortune Is a good healthy, pearly skin. Few ure aajc of thU short time it takes fur a disordercd.liter to cause blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin. One bottle of II ECUS' III.OOD PUKIHER and UI.OOD MAKUK will restore this organ lo its natiirnl and healthy state, and cleanse the blood of all impurities. It is meeting with wonderful success. We guarantee cttr) bottle. A li. Penny.. Druggist. TURKISH RUSSIAN PATHS IN HOTKI. Bong's Ohorry Cough Syrup Is giving splendid satisfaction 10 the ttodc and the sales are positive!) marvelous, whiih can be accounted for in no other way except that it is without doubt the best on the market. Ask fur Wc keep it. A, and be sure you gut the svuirne K. Penny, Druggist - at 7 40.am No 11 lca,es..layville at 150 aud arrive, at Pari, at 4 ,5, p daily escepl iiiiiday, No 4j leaves Lexington tooj am; nrrites Paris This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and 104$ am, except Sunday .1 .. Vn yl..i..ri,.ri. others not to trespass on our land, without per,0 "'. 710 pm:lasts mission, us all such will he prou'tuteJ to the fullescerl Sunday PCn ttti.... t iiMiiuiiiii f. ooaiu; arrives Cincln. " est extent of the law. Signed: nati am; except Sunday OliO D. HOPPER, T.J HIM., slUICI iD 3 runs dally between I.exing. I M. McROllKRTS.JR. M. S. IIAUUHMAN, Irtit nnd f'inrlnnnrl t'O i run. itnllv ),,u.wn ROUT MiAMSrbK, I.K I1RUCK nntl I 4VAIIIJ(UI, Itirifltsi .ini- " S II. IIAUUHMAN. S. II. SHANKS. is annuo make connections at MRS. HENRY llAUGHMAN, A.M. KKI.ANI) lornolnttontheN N AM V Kv E.T PENCE, JOHN W. HOLMES, IMPORTANT -- Train. of ihi. line now arrive P C. PARltlSH, A. j.HAYDKN, a and depart from Central Union Passenger Dr, r. w. i.iiuan, I). V. HOLMES COn"""0"' f feofe'Ea'anu1 PIllLlthRT RICHARDS " JOSH ADAMS II. W CAINES. J. II. McKINNKY. Mrs. SA.MI'ORD IRWIN, JDM.N t,. 1. V.N.N, deT,,na;:on,,:.rbya.friKaV,,eCked ' Mrs ALICE TUCKER a,ldr" nn T On theMavstillellrancli, No 0. leaves Paris 8 eo, am and No. 11, at 5 45, ,, Maysvileat.ojs.am, and 810, p'marriving leaves Maysvillc at 5.15 a in, arriting al No Pans 00 a in ' '" 4$ a in 10 oj a I... in 1 to p m "eTiBiTiii!., a 00 p nil ; IJ a m .40 p m 7 49 a 111 . . p in t oj 00 a in j 45 a u p in 8 5J a in 4 i 4 n p in Oil a 111. .". 5 40 p in 10 jj a in 6 jo S jo p in, to 45 a mj 6 38 T J45 - p n p p p m m rr m in M -- at al io . . -1 POSTED. ,,' The " b, ! 1 1 . as A ;5 llll S. KKi7 WM ADAMS ,t & SON, - OF LETTERS. Uen'l Past'g'rAgl.. N ''c,,"Sn, Ky, Cincinnati, O. 'Ihos A. Ireland, President; ,.. (Jeo. (J. (linc, James T. Uott, Carml, 111., Sayu: V. Cincinnati. C L. Tomnklns, Scc'y and (Jen'l Mangr J Ueneral Manager. He paid thirty unc dollars doctor's bill fur his It P Woodward, Assistant Sec'yj OENKRAL OFFICES Anther M Saunders, Treasurer; Chamber of Commerce lluilding, Cincinnati, O unc year and one bottle ul lliadficld's I wife John T. Kutiell, M. D e good than all Regulator did her the medicine she had taken beloru. II. Dale, druggist, Carini, III, Write llradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Oa , tor particulars, Sold by drug-gis- t American Accident Indemnity Asscciation 1 Ll n rlo llU Jt M A. R Penny, simitard. m fnxfilHcuU" Traveling Pa.s'g'r Abu, aent "" Co. kSiWM.mIVa. 111 111(11 IIKOADWAY, 2UEXINGTON, KY. &h JrpFIELD'S FEMAL jJAjPECIFIC PrahATnp Vr 4v tT 3 'If TJsVstN OURtWS CtSAKat b? Ut BRtKTyNUGERWFrlRlH8WilUEM0lUi TO"WOMAN'yv J300K MSADFIElDREBUmORCO. ATlAtTABL MENSTRUATION William Hartpolo Lecky, the historian, Caa't Sloop Nights lias bright red hair, is 51 years of ago and Is the complaint of thousand. sutTcring Iroiu -J- oseph Whitton in Table Talk. dresses like a parson. coughs, etc. Did you cterlry Wilkio Collins' drama, "Tho Frozen Dr. Acker s Kngllsh Remedy f It Is the best prepMORSELS OF GASTRONOMY. Deep," was instrumental in giving Dick- aration known for all luntf trouble. Sold on a ens his idea of "Tito Talo of Two Cities." jiositivc guar.intiu at 35c aud 50c by A. K, Penny. The flavor of fish Is spoiled by ice .... Jules Verno's renl family nnmo is Americans nro not great eater9 of mii3 Tho novelist is now 03 years old .DRUNKENNESS-THturd. LIQUOR HAB E in tho The latest omelet is served in crescen aud engagedworks. production of one of IT-- In all tho World thora In but ono his greatest euro, Dr. Ualnos' Golden Specific. form. F. Marion Crawford, tho novelist, who It an begiwn in cup of tea or coffee without Tho 'possum Is the Thailksgiving bird is to become a resident of, Washington, the knowledge of the pcraou taking it, effecting a of Georgia. is a very handsomo man, in perfect speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient Scotch toast is sometimes called "IJiglr health, und is known all over Europe as is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, land filices." an accomplished swordsman. Thoasands of dtunkards bate been cured who Broiled cepes should be served with Tho lato Dr. Kdwin Hatch, of Oxford, have taken the Oolden Specific lu their corTeo believe they Spanish sauce. 51 years of ago, was ono of the most fa without their knowledue, and No harm The Paris exposition has brought fort.!, miliar figures of tho great English uni-- ! quit drinking of their own ficewlll. elled result, from us administration. Cures several now sauces. versity. Ho was editor of Tho University Serd for circular and full particulars, Ad. A KeitTer pear from Florida weight- Oazetto, nnd held tho post of secretary to dress In confidence Gol.nRN Cov 183 HaccStrcct, Cincinnati, O the board of faculties and of studies. one pound and thirteen ounces. 1 Of NEW YORK. -- C")LlS'LLltl.rJLCHiCAd'Hr(C)V sy ,- JiitliJlIfil -' Prefencd and Extra Preferred Risks only arc insured at a tost n t One Dollar per Mouth Indemnity Graded, Preferred Risks 111accide.it insurance Include; Hunkers, Merchants, Silckineu, Commercial Travelers, Manufacturers (not won ing, nnd kindred occupations and professional men geucrall) MAXIMUM IIKNEI'ITSLots of Life LosS of ltandtor I'eet Loss of Iloth Eyes Loss of Hand or Font - A NEW EAST MAIL Leatiug both LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI to Travel.rs, ' "ally, Secures $5,000 500(1 - THE MOST RAPID ROUTE P.tfttr Atistnir.la.l I.- .1 5oun J, 500 j.scki 800 150 - .t ?t ,. Permanent Total Disability Uus of Ono I'.yc Loss of Thumb or Index Finger Loss of Either Other Finger Loss of Time not exceeitlnz too Weeks, per a,ul .he"C the fastest lime and ,.?uhIV-C?'ftwe.n all point. i ,he "siunTi , S the wlTXZ The tuperb rolling Dnlimiled loo 1$ Week y aSayMinou, get Cmlan ork we"ipoy filves patroni Kxpr"'' fu- Apply to pr address you wan, to save monev afl,?;,:,0,,"" P. Wd.r., guar-antec- F. G. RKODIE, Gcn'l Agl. aS - Ctcfeyl?or0nrd,l,,eI,,,neC',rl,' W ll r Ultii n I Fifth Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. MSSISlt n - I t r ll r ' 44 i& 'tj