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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890011401 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 1890 $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 Hi' i Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. LONDON, Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1800. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. MATRIMONIAL NO. 96. LAUREL COUNTY. 15. MATTERS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ruhi-Vlen- ce rhuirh, South, will have thvlr piireonno coniplc Tlii? iiH'inbers of Hip M. M i Mis Mary Ilroun died at the Miss Leonora, daughter of D.ivid Y. The Senate passed the hill prohibit-- , of I'ncle Joe IMand, on last iiiK the sale of cipiretteH to boyn uiuler Lyttle, of Manchester, was married last week to Frank Milburn, of Louisville. a iii'iit, toil In a whort tiiui'. It IS years of ae. Our friend, Win. (ilass, slaughtered Abraham Lincoln Lanham and Mrs. Mr. Settle has presented a bill to re-- , rottnxt?. Tho li?n iluyn' revival inoutlnx con. (juiro all lines to be paid to the trustee Sallio Kiilion, a widow of :0, were mar- and parked 100 hojjs in November and ried at Mr. George Pope's, at Kowland we regret to learn he lost almost all duaUid horu liy Isev. Move lloleonihc of the jury fund. of the joints. qlosuil Stuidny nifiht. There wore 10 or The House spent a whole morning Friday. The supervising board for this coun on tin? bill to prohibit the Kile of cigarThere are S.000 more single women 12 cftnviirslons. Having sold' my stock of groceries, I offer for sale privately my .ttiHtin Scnmiui, n Swlw, and his I wo ettos to minors and then onlt where it than Hindu inun in Mftswehusutts and ty have about completed their labors . the poor girls will have to seek husbands H,m lounu uie assessor s list very coin- feuns, wore arrested ami jalleil iiititMiay, began. d satisfactory. It is genernilv conceded that this elsewhere if the ever enter the conjugal ' eharged with lumrt limning, butfcrel Mr. P. .Spencer willed the Knights session of the General Assembly will be state. awiuitted at their tr'al Saturday. Two boy suitors for the hand of a ot I ythias lodge from labor to lefrcsh- Leander Mcllargue, died at bis fath-- , about as long as the last one. Frankfort ' young lady at Atchison, Kan., decided metit last Friday night. About tiO mem or's, .lamas Mcllargue, of pneumonia, Argus. Good Iird deliver us! It isa very remarkable fart that the their fate by drawing straws. They hers enjoyed an elegant lunch at his rat last week. lie had only Wen at his fatlior'u a few days, having come with speukeiH of both Houses, Jtrynu and agreed that the one who received the ideiicu about 11 o'clock. The railioad commissioners weie to ()n Main street. his HUhlren from thw West, where he Myers, are from the some place Coving- short stmw should kill himself within 30 On it are a splendid stable and corn crib, which are wife a time ngo. ton, and both Clerks, Glenn and Keller, lays, lie tried to do so, but was unsuc- - have met here on the 10th to try some had lot bis nearly new, as is also the fencing. The creek runs through the lot. and declares that lie will try it grievous complaints against thu Ken-- 1 The Frenches, niter being held foi from Carlisle. tucky Central, made by Jamec A. Hovs-- ! A bill has p.ised the Semite author-iiinnt'aiu. and rcipilsl-tio- u svrnil days for witUM For the benefit of the young ladies ton, but owing to the sickness, of Mr. the city of Iouisville to provide Mipers, wore Uiken to Newborn, Vh. n8ions for the families of flrumuii and who may be contemplating matrimonv Shelby, the road's attorney, the meeting1 Vole was taken Friday tnnriiiiigftiid John and want to commit it in proper style, has been postponed. It. I'. Morehend, the imliroinon who are killed while perform-iuSaturday morninit. loin alker has returned from Mid-- 1 we give the following description by the witmrn-- who rump, not identitheir dutias. lirst ' Judge lSreckinridge bus presented a Louisville Times of the marriage oi Miss dlesboro. Col. W. (). Hnidlcy was in fy them, but in a few days IMty Slier-il- l F. M. Fanner arrived with two bill to nuthorixu the people of lloyle Nellye, daughter of Judge Muir, and London last week on legal business.' here, to Mr. A. II. Smith, of Judge John F. Hagur, of Ashland, iiiein- Charles Duliciin and W. A. Feu county to vote on prohibiting the tlu of miles from Stanford, on the Crab Orchard pike. Small gluH, wlio swore that Pole and .lohn liiiiQrs. mid fixing the Mnltv for the Springfleld, III. It was what is called a her of the railroad commission, was reg- About pink wedding, as the (lowers and decora- - istered at Miller's Hotel last Thursday. men Indicted for the murder In sale of liquors in said county. wore the house and good water on it. Nearly all in grass. uro principally of that color. The L'oburt Kinnaird and IS. K. Mclloberts A bill to prevent the spread of hy- - tions Pulaski county, V. Four men wereiin. plicatetl in the murder John, Polo and drophobia by slaughtering rabid dogs ceremony took place iu the rear parlor went to Middlesboro Saturday night. I )ao French, their cousin, mid n man and rniixxling others was kilted by mi- - under a large canopy of sinilax around1 It pleases us to note the favor and a 4 T T- l i w ho is yet at large, merous members, inrludimr GarraniV, which then, was a deep fringe of lilies popularity crowding upon our handsome named Pnufonl, . ,.,.. l.l, ,....., . J 116 I nt 1... (iiic.,unuiiiiwuiii3.iini ......I nuni ...:.. .. I)Me wiw OHiight iu LMS.' and has eerved asking that their counties be excepted v.. ti,v ,...11..,. (unit miming you lg ini'lHI, JOInl 11. rosos. Throughout the lower part of the Welch, member of the legislature from n term in the penitentiary, and John from its provision. was captured idwut 10 years ago, but es- (iov. Itiickuer withdrew the names house were placed innumerable growing Jessamine county. The honorable and caped from jail. They immlurud a ne- - of Thomas McUoborts, (ieorge F. Lee plants, while hanks ot pink roses cover-- unselfish concessions ho made at thu gro ferryman on New river, near New- - and Dr. John Powell for appointment as ed the mantles, giving to the whole the Lexington convention in 'S7, which t, Those needing such things would do well to call on dreamy appearance of some beauti-- ' hinted delegates to St. Louis, convinced hern, Va., April-- ', Wlf. They tried to commissioners for the Institution for the force the negro to furry them across the education of deaf mutes, but for what fill tropical bower. There were no maids 3 at that time he was destined to come of honor or bride's maids, but instead to the front rank, river when it was dangerously high, reason is not stated. Stanford, Ky. Before the House is a bill lo appoint the bride was proceeded by n little girl which lie refused to do, and started to Ilfiiiu.K. Kvery where is a profusion run, when one of them caught and held fence viewers in each county, lo consist carrying a basket of Mowers. The bridal him and the other three riddled him of two magistrates ami the countv sur party which passed through the front of gay Mowers, ns were when Ponce de All indebted to me will please settle at once, as I want to close up with bullets. Pole French camu to Pur- - veyor, who shall inspect division fences into the tear parlor, where thecereiitony Leon discovered Florida iu his search of my business in the next day or two. ly county the same year, where ho and coiutilnin of any owner and require took place, consisted of a little boy and n fountain whose waters would bestow t.iugbt school and studied law for a year same to put in good condition. The girl carrying two pink ribbons," tints perpetual youth on old age. Joel nu aisle through which the kvr sold his load of mules to Lee at or two and then located iu Harlan coun commissioners shall receive f'l a day bride and her little Mower girl passed, tl-- 0 for 'JOnndSllO for the remainder. ty, where ho has lived ever since itiid each to be paid by the parties requiring The littlegentleman, besides the ribbon, S. Hubble has returned from the South has served ono turin as county attorney. their service. J. C. hu hanks John, it seems, was on the alert all of; When Senator Iheckiiiridge's bill carried n shepherd's crook of stnilnx and "' reports good salt-a- . ! the lime, having been iu Cacuda part of providing for a special election and a pink roses, while the little lady had a h'(1 out nnd went to Columbus with L. the time, ami it is said of hull that lie is. live years prohibition law for llovle beautiful basket of pink roses. The Ihitchings to assist him in selling out. KKKT SI'ECIFIC cure all blood diseases, uch asScrolub, Ulcerated Throat well osted in "ways that are dark .Mid county reached the House, It struck a rear ends of the ribbons were held by Jmea Floyd and McCluie, of Casey White Swelling, Syphilitic dieaes In all its stages, Necrosiv Ax. Ulcers, Pimples,buttle. Price $i per It AVIS' IKUN HITTERS i the most pleasant t take of alt the Iron tonic. It cures Dyspepsia two other young misses who carried visited us last week. Brent Barnett'and tricks that are vain." Hut as far ns I snag in the person of Mr. Thorite, who it elves a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles can learn Pole French has been a good declared himself the unrelenting and baskets of Mowers. The music was fur - Ioe Swope ate the first ones to lose ana nervous system. Price Si per bottle. GATLIKK'S WORM SYRUP is made of the best worm killers nnd expcllers known to the ' sheep by dogs this winter. ?l Sam Engle citizen since he came to Kentucky and undying enemy of prohibition. . He said nished by F.ichhorn, and the wedding i;.,ki.. ti nrnfitinn Ami therefore recommends itself. It is tile.Kant to tnk .iC n.1 is well liked iu thu mountain counties. the people of lloyle countv would be inarch was the grand bridal chorus from man is fixing to enter suit against the per bottle. lor all Lner Digestion, Sick Headache. GATI.IFF'S One very beautiful idea Ixtekiok Joi'h.vai. for the value of his ,tc. Acts as cathartic. Price s cents per box. Lie is a good buslncsi man and it is said heartily sick of any prohibitory bargain Lorhengrin. and lor salcto the trade by the that he has made considerable money long before the termination of the live was the rendition of the song, "Call Me meat lost recently. His pleadings aro Manufactured that he was at Stanford and Mr. Walton Own," on the harp as a solo. years, and one of hN amendments was Thine WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO.. since he came to Harlan. Tho dress worn by the bride was a hoisted the cold wave Mag and he came to reduce the period to two vears. The How to S.wk Mkat. Since it looks other was to save the expense of a snec magnillcen. work of art, of heavy cream-- 1 home and killed hogs; the wave did not BOGLE JIISS like farmers will have to kill their hogs ial ulcction. The bill was made a spec colored silk, profusely covered with old come as promised nnd his meat spoiled, He also pleads that while in Stanford he Is n Candidate for Superintendent of Public pointnnd duchess lace, which laces have without a cold season, the following ial order for Wednesday. Schools of Lincoln county. Election August, 1890. A couple of elegant rooms on Lancaster Street, from It. J. White, of Madison, which we long been in the Muir family bought a winter suit, which he would suitable lor offices, millinery or bed. rooms. CHURCH AFFAIRS. clip from the Itegister, may be of profit and are verv old and rare. The bridal not have done, had it not been for the M. W.G WELCH. to them, since Mr. White saved the -- There were two additions to the couple left after the ceremony for an ex- - 'hl wave promised, and as it did not IsaCandidite or Clerkof the Co.irt of Appeals, meat of 10 hogs when his neighbors lost Methodist church Sunday Miss Lula tended trip through the West before re- come he cannot wear it. Friends are subject to the action of the Democratic party. ! theirs. His plan is this and he guaran- Allen and Lee Kaney, both of whom were turning to Springfield, where they will trying to adjust the matter, but he will Elec.ioii August, 1S00 To Rent not unless he gets pay for his meat and tees success. "Take out the chine bone hapti.ed. make their future home. money to buy a summer suit. A colored in the hams and the blade bones iu the Meetiii;?. A Small Engino and Boiler, (quarterly meeting will bo hold at boy living at S. Dunbar's got his arm Do not Sutter any Longer Then rub the meat well the Methodist church on the 1st Saturshoulders. For two.r three inrnths. Address, statingprice Kiioisiitg that a tough can be checked ill a day broken Sunday. and conditio: of machinery, Some parties went to A with fresh saltapd handle it every three day ami Sunday ami Nov. T. J. God bey of the sn kholdors of the National and the first singes of consumption broken in a W L McCMtTY, Kingsvllle, Ky. meeting last week and Hank of llustonville ill he held at their banking or four days. He sure to scall'old it. Io tells us he intends if possible to follow it week, we hereby guarantee I)r Acker's English S. Hobble's in Cough Remedy, and will retund the money to all captured lit) chickens. They left a cali- - house iu Hustonvllle on the second Tuesdaydi- not bulk Iu Shut up the meat hotiM with a nrotrtuted ineetinu January, 1800, for the purpose ol electing nine who buy tube It a per directions, and do not find 111 llrittjd lit till) WALLACE E. VARNON, t In wrvi'thi OtitllJni? rear ir tssis.jk, Ms., i'svi.n Penduring the day, but open it and air ihv Thl. Methodist Siindav-schoo- l has a our statement correct. For S Ic b A. R. :, 8 J. W. llllCKKU, Cashier ny, Druggist. Attorney at Law, oil till they could come again. .Mr. meat alter midnight. Mr. w hite told riKjlt to ,,e iroll, o( H 8tnn for t,e Xew Oeorge llright is now ready to hear Our Very Host People us that he arose abo.t: 2 o'clock every Ywir. The attendance has increased Stanford, Kentucky. Confirm our statement wlien.we say thm Dr. Ack bids on building his house. until Ilonriv double and unusual h.t,.r..st morning and tiirml the er's English Remedy U in every way superior to Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin, People are very much pleased with lL nearly day, watching it, of course to uiauifesttMi. ng counties and in the courts of appeal. To Superintendent S. S. any ami ill mher pirparatione for the throat and Naof the to A meeting of lOmceover.McRoberts & Sugg's drug- store. C. Warren's manner of giving the whole tional liank still the held kholdcrx banking First in prevent thieving. He now has as house be at their luns. In whooping cough and croup, tt is magic Myois a great deal of the credit is due. and relies es at once We olfer you a sample botStanlnrd on the second Tuesday in January, 1800, as was ever seen, lie further The Waco, Kirksville and Republi- tle free. Kemomlier this remedy is sold on .ipos. county a vote on the liquor question in- forthu purpose of electing elesen ilirectcrsto servo stead of bv precincts as some wanted the ensuing year, states that the bone should be taken nuf can llaptist cliurches have again called tits guarantee, at A. R I'cnny's. &4 JOHNJJ. Mc RllHER I.S Cashier and at a time when no politics agitates of Iresh meat anyhow. It cruises thu llov. l'reston Wake for the ensuing year. Tho First Symptoms of Doath. us. We aie animated over the prospect meat to get old and strong. As this is the third von r's service upon lired feeling, dull headache, pains in - - m mi for tl.e temperance majority in the Febiii agent for whirh 1'ev. Illake enters for tliiiMi partcnf the body, at the pit of the stomI Tiinks. The new pension lues of apptite, feserishness, pimple or it speaks well for him and his ach, all totitie evidence of poisoned b nod. sorns ruary election. The vote iu the Augut t rourtli Avenue, No are is a relative of the editor of Keiitiuky of th Lincoln A meeting of the natter mm ll beinme poisoned it must be purified election was no test of prohibition in National Hank ssill be held ..t their banking hoie work. Itichmond Itegister. - the IsTKitioit Joiiin.m.. That fact of to as aid death Dr A ker' Kuclish lltood Elixir this county. Let us lay aside all feel- in Stanford on the second 'I uesday in January, Half of tho week of prnper was ob- tuts Heer failed to remove scrofulous or syphilitic igoo. lor the purpose of electing elesen director-t- o should satisfy the public that the lions. served in union cervices at Flemings-bi- i Kinns'. Sold under positise guarantee at A K, ings and embarrassments heretofore serve the ensuing year C. A. BENEDICT & CO., appointment must bo a good one. J II. OWSLEY, Cacluer 4 caused by mixing prohibition with the it came near lesulting iu a iv, but Journal. That Terrlblo Cough politics of the day, and come to the front Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, tragedy. The third meeting was held In tho morning, hurried or dilliciilt breathing, S. O. DAVIS, with the Methodist church and during raising phlegm, tightness in thu cht, quickened on the loth of February mid show our Bucklen's Arnica Salve Stanford, ky. AND SURGEON, its progress Rev. Mr. Hughes, of the pule, chilliness the esening or sweats ut night hand for the good of the country and by PHYSICIAN 'I lie bust salve In llie uorkl for cuts, bruise, Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at the d Presbyterian church, was called on to all or any of these things areEnglish first stages of so doing teach the people that the quesores, niters, salt rheum, frrr Mrus, tetter, factory prices. Dr. Acker's consumption. 30 JIT. VffiRNON, Iv V. Couli hand., chilblains, cams and all Ui, crop pray. Iu the course of his invocation ho will cure lhe fearful symptom', mid is sold tion isonly a moral one and as such . will !tore. Office next door to Whitehead's Drug under a poeitisi guarantee by A. R. Penny, support it, and that its death can only piUs, or lie uy rcquir linns and positivoly cure introduced the articles of the faith of his Druggist. children . ed It is guaranteed to pte perfect titufacooi come by pressing it into the political ex- Special attention given to diseases ol Ho was interrupted by the Price 35 cents per lex. Church. nr money retunded. ;Dr. Aokor'B English PIUb llaptist ministur,anil, on their knees, the Are actisc, effcctise and pure. Tor sick head- citement of the day. Wo could not vote lor vile by A K. l'nny,iStantord, Ky. two preachers fought over the doctrines ache, disordrrtnl stomach, loss of appetite, bad for prohibition in August for several reaHARRY A. EVANs, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE Epoch completion and biliousness, tljey have never been sons and will never under such circumliH(rlnK aud painful of their respective Chuicho, while thu equaled either in America or abroad. For sale by stances, 1 he tianutiftH from ton, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, but on occasions like this, when RAILROAD. congregation iu confusion rose to its foot A. R. Penny, Druggist. mcLnriw lo robust haitth rn.uk an epoch In tt. it comes iu the proper clothing for STANFORD, KY life af the individual. Such u rHiurkukle I'vent and eiowded about the two combatants,1 The (ireat A Qootl Oough Syrup. moral issue, I will ever support it to the the memory mid the agency whereis treasurt-iliwho bombarded each other with Bible There is nothing parents should be so careful extent of my sutirage aud influence, Engineering and Surveying in liojllh ImsImii Jit.nned i sr.utfully by the guod THROUGHTRUNK LINE. denominational arguments about as selecting a cough syrup. Ileggs' Cherry Hem:c It Is that so mitch is heard ill quotations, Messed otherwise I will not pledge my support, of Elvclni. Hitters. So iimny feet that the) aud sharp retort. A gonoral light seem- Cough Syrup costs no more than the cheap und praise nostrums thrown on thu market. The bests all candidates for oilice being equal. owe their rostoralioii to hcullh lo the use of the ed imminent, when the Methodist pas1825. Great Alteratue and 'ionic. If you ure treiibled tor took the pulpit. He tenoiinced the none too good, be sure aud get IlEGliS' CHKKR Y Mrs. E. L. Page, at Ingersoll, Texas, COUGH SYRUP. We keep lion hand at all With with any disease of Kidney, I.ier or Slwuach, proceedings a disgrace to the place, the ime. A K. Penny, Druggist . of lone r short standing you will suruly lind astonished the natives by giving birth of Electric Hitters Sold at jo cts. and occasion and the leligiou all present proby use 3& Friday to 4 children, all On Dsvelhngs, Household Furniture, Stores, Mert per bottle at A. K Penny's Drue Store. What A Fortune fessed, and ordering the congregation chandise, Ac , apply t the old Is .1 ifoad healthy, pearly skin. Few are aware of which, with tho mother, are doing Louisville out, he declared he would not permit of the shoit time it takes fur a disordeted User to well. Tho Pulpit and tho Stago. Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. To Nashville, JRev K. M Shnmt, Pastor United States llreth such shameful scenes in his church. Xo cause blotches 011 the face, and a dark greasy skin. XeartUarlow City, this State, Miss ren Church. Illue Mound, Kan. says: "I loci It One bottle of II ECUS' III.UOD PURIFIER and Lightning clauses attached and damages paid Memphis, more services weio held at any of the iny duly to tell what woiders Dr. King's NcwDis I1LOUD MAKER will resicre this organ to its Ida Harlow, daughter of a wealthy farmer, whether hre ensues or noi Atlanta, GEO. H I1RUCE, Agent. 7 cotry has donefor me. My lungs wetu badly churches during the week. natural and healthy state, and cleanse the blood was taken suddenly ill and claiming to thought I could It is meeting ssith wonderful dw eased, and my parishioner of all impurities Montgomery, huvecramp colic, left the house aud was ' The total don tax collecied last year success. We guarantee every bottle. A. It. Penlive only a few weeks. I look fnt- buttles of I)r ! ny. Druggistgone two hours, when she returned and Little Rock, Kind's New Discoery and am sound and uell, was but tfi:. The tax on playing cards naming ao pounds in weight." said she was better, ext day she assisted Mobile and New Orleans. LIQUOR HAD DRUNKENNESS-TH- E Arthii' Lose, Manager l.oe tunny hoik' amounted to $52:!. 50, 3ji IMT. SIIMIS IT-- In Combimition, writes: "After a thorough tinl all tho World there Its but ono in tho house work and three nights in Kugeno Ziiiiiiiuiinan is pushing a evidence, I am confident that Or and lonvincintf boughtthe right to sell the Eureka Quilting Newport News & Miss. Valley Co. succession attended hops and danced the euro, Dr. Halnoa' Qoldon Spoclllo. King New Discosery lor Consumption bents 'em scheme whereby large locomotive works Attachment in Lincoln, Uatrard and llojlecounull, and Hires when everythuiB fe tails. The (lint will I'liinlnv iihmir l.()0 mmi nm tn It can ho given in a cup of ten or coffee without greilter part Ol the time. A woman WllO ties, it ssorks equally well oa all makes o!a sewing I can dc my manv thousand Only one change to peiats in day at greatest kindness taking i, .ffecting a liail IlllU IlLrsuspiLloilB liroilSOO. IKgtin .III machines; will do ten tunes the ssoik iu one of of ib, ' friends U to urge them to try It " Kr trial bot- be located in the vicinity of Cincinnati. anJ. othrrmM,nerof quilting; in tact it is sp.iedy and permanent cure, sshether the patient investigation, Which resulted iu the find - neatest labor savers ever offered to the female tles at A R. l'enny's Drug Store. Regular sues t 77 ohc wreck. t, ,.i and Ji.cn. Hesvi lull to see,you in afe days iia dr,nker, f an e Jamoa T. Oott, Carint, III., Says: skull beaten to a sex ing of a baby, dollttrs doctor', bill for his Tnousand. of diunkards have been cured svho He paid thirty-onEMIGRANTS Ohorry Cough Syrup Bogff'fl iu their coffee jelly, in tho weeds some o0 yards from 3VC ,nken the Goldeii Specuhc u ife in one year and one bottle of Iliadfield's Fe- CoalJ giving splendid satisfactions the node and Is Seeking homes on the line of this road wijl receive believe they inu ooiisc. xnu unruiicr svus iiouueu, on bo mile ReguUtor did her more good than all ' w''nu their Unowledne, and Special rate. the sale are poiitisely marveleus, whiih can learning which Miss Ida disanpeiuedand of their own tfree will. No I keep on hand a No. t quality ol Jelltco. Lily JtifSee agents ol this Company for rates, routes no other way; except ."that il is the medicine she had taken before. II. Dale, !" drinki" accounted for hiding. She is of herculean and Nut Coal in iny yard. Leave your orders at Ac,, or write IQ is otill in Carmi. III. Write l.rudfield . oeunueu tooriinimiy. without doubt the best an the market. Ak for C V. ATMOUE. G. & T. A., build, being 0 feet high, and weighs 17d ard aud they On., (pr partiptilar. Soli by Ding- - .iress in eonfidenre Gouikk J. II. IlICililS, Co., its nnd be suru you get the genuine. We keep t A. Cvi.Atunta, Louisville, Siarlord, Ky. pounds. c, Kri-ilay. live-roo- m - NOTICE - -- . . i ...... ..... lteI... I ... Lot Containing "U Acres 51' Acres of Land, $. OOlUXIiDUS JDUSrSrV, ''JJ cet-efu- l, g j g j wit-inlet- s, well-know- n j - j 1 I ...,,,., noiu-sof- IiearlV W and several Rocking Chairs. T. R. WALTOST, j j 1 ' j ' , ' ' Wal-formi- j The Great Remedies j ..,..,. ,.... med-ir- ' i Williamsburg, Ky. FOR RENT. , KATE heir-loom- s j F. Brinklcy TJ-- tf WANTED Stockholders' sv o- - hen-hous- e i 1fi-i- . j j car-peiite- is' mwit-lious- o Stockholders' Meeting. .. .' - pret-me- at suik-in- WOODjWALLAGE, Stockholders' Icetinjj. Men's Outfitter Louisville, it-s- Kentucky. Jos-bami- 111 cltap-pr- Kerne-de- y m mm 77-t- f- IL II: Mo 11 Established SOUTH & WEST re-li- FOB, IKSTJKAITCE S&MMMMSAM M U , - Quilting Attachment - I ,,.. , ' I""I" ..... ARKANSAS TEXAS. e y Attention, 1 Burners. harmfu-drvigp- .,. 111 Rb..r U. rr-y,Dn- i gist A R Penny, Stanford. r lTmAlfnVAm Race Street. Cincinnati, O. 1 r4J, hmiiimh -" rniiriimhirici -- ra2aiaaL: .,, .r.1 7nrfrt vaxp: ', 1 i d Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Stanfokd, Ky , January IIaiivry Wattkrsox,' whose signed "Old to the Courier-JournFogy" are always ead with interest, is in Washington again. In hisj.uitial let14, 1800 ter he writes in this grateful and hope ful strain: "It was far from my thoughts Ho.v. let-leal ra W. F WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fcr County Judge, THOMAS W VARNON ' County Attorney, JOSEPH II PAXTON, County Clerk, GEORGE H COOPER; " Sheriff, J. X. MEXEFEEj " Jailer, SAMUEL M. OWENS; " Assessor, h. D. KENNEDY; Sup'toi Common Schools-- V. f. McCL-AH- Surveyor, HARRY A. EVANS; Coroner. ARCH CAKSON. o0 years ago, when I made my first visit to Washington, that I would be in the land of the living in the winter of lSSS)-IK- ). But here I am, thank God, in a pretty good state of pseservation for a man who has survived all the members of the Tennessee Legislature of 1&J-")- , and all the members of the '.Mill Congress, save one. My life has been n happy one. This world has treated mo kindly, and such is my confidence in the goodness and mercy of the Great Being, who i The Harrodsburg Democrat has a Mr. Milton H. Smith, vice president article advocating high license Jcdok Lilly has ambled to the front of the Louisville k Nashville railroiul, with a defense of himself and a tirade on as the means of reducing and curtailing has laid before the legislature a calm, the governor, whom he accuses of trying the growing evils of whisky drinking in Goods, respectful and forceful communication While to run tin judiciary as well as the exec- that town. If local option could be on. relative to that portion of the governor's utive branch of the government. The properly enforced it would prefer to see been of we message, which charges that the rail- judge admits that he is afraid some of that the law, but experience has shown a, give thus roads used every means, unlawful or lawless factions will perforate his how utterlv short of the object aimed at otherwise, "to procure the enactment of if he attempts to hold courts in it fell during the years of its tiial. The best a law abolehing the railroad commission, certain counties, and consequently he editor, therefore, very sensibly prefers cu., which had made known some of the does not hold them. A judge who goes tho benefits of a law that public senti woob reel neb HUc wool wrongs committed by these corPrn' about his duty and attends to it is rarely ment will cause to be enforced to a re- Oil iwiib ZOC. WOl'lll OOC, lIC OCSl blialtCl' rfUC ,. , , . tions." Mr. Smith denies these Charges ., i.V tl n ),. ,.11 ill. WIJ'O IVOVUI. Ail 0.1 fill. lUtiM. Trlr.nf.fti.il. Jink'!' r!l nl nm tlml .mi nnl In. an i.ntViri'oit . . ni-.l- l. s and shows that the governor bases '118 r;,i 7 . . 77 K.. ..:....l..,l.. 1o..t.5iw. 1., " I s t ' .'. - OC. ... " - WWG CU.LUJ Ul OUC WOl'lll OJf JllO OCSt . remarks more on ex parte e vidence iud,es and eome lawyers are T "" ""'" , WWOl JCUllS Will OC SOUl JOC UVUl'd, WOl'th WOOl SOc (I, than on the real facts. The railroad , rising their hands in holy horror over u., . ft. alb LallCOCS, Thomas WOl'lll. r-'companies did favor the ., 1....1 n.i tt.r,,-.l . wr.li., oiiPht io what they term an invasion of the jndicllUlW'O MllC. SllimsOll which, while abolishing tke commission CSteVS. GloUCCSte'S Ulld in.-;liPftt. .lntvii mi.l nut. In other iary by the executive department of the fin' would not have relieved the companies words, let Judge Lilly either shoot or government, ami are thus trying to onweek 5o be to come of even stricter supervision by the set the good of that portion of the gov hand over the firearm. courts of the country. And this bill, we ernor's messege calling attention to ecu will take occasion to remark, was enThe colored man. Ti otter, whom Mr. tain direlections and shortcomings of a dorsed by nearly every unprejudiced Cleveland made register of deeds in the couple of judces. The judiciary is far man in the .tate. It is rather cheap District of Columbia, has at the request from being infallible, and we are glad to capital to abuse corporations and poli- of Mr. Harrison sent in his resignation record that we have a governor couraticians have done so, so often and so ef- and his successor will be named in a few geous enough to tackle anybody or anyfectively that the common people have days. This is the otlice to which Mr. thing, when it is deserved. almost embraced the idea that railroad Gentry, our colored statesman, aspired Tin: honor of receiving the vote of evcompanies are, ', figuratively speaking, and it may be that the president intends great lions, going about seeking whom to give it to him. We would not, how- ery member of the legislature present 115 for public printer and binder, is e they may devour. We believe in hold- ever, advise him to resign his A violent cyclone pusod over St. enough to turn the old bald head of Col. Louis Sunday afternoon at I:.t0 o'clock. ing such corporations to the letter of the job till he knows for certain what Mr. law, but we cannot and will not join in Harrison will do. Mr. Trotter has made K. 1'olk Johnson, if it were not made of It is known that at.l'f.st three lives were the thoughtless clamor against them $40,000 out of the otlice in i years and 10 sterner stud. Kven the republicans lost and the number of seriously injured Mr. months and n bill is before Congress to were anxious to compliment him mid and tho slightly injured is tiiHiiy. The simply because it is popular. joined with the democrats makim: his ..(inn Lift it uvi'iitli if rofkl?!. limiiif'R In.. Smith's communication is to the point make it a salaried one. J of vote the largest ever given to an officer, and shows that he is as much at home Virginia Pres elected by the legislature. 1 he press of iJd Ui nIHl tIll. ,ktructioi. o( propertv, While hunting ducks in with the pen as he is in successfully g unknow be to ident Harrison blaxed away and killed a the entire state is profoundly grateful or whIo iw of managing n great railroad. flei, ,n. MnK N(l farmer's pig, and now there is tnlk of tins distinguished mark of respect for, ,, of ,t M um fn,ak Q M. D. Huohks announces in the last having him brought back and subjected their beloved president. ....,., stab Ann Donnuny, the nurse ...i... issue of the Lancaster News his retire- to fine and the confiscation of his fowling banking and cut- -' boil uy Kvn Hamilton, at Atlantic City, The committee on ment from that journal, as ho says, for piece for violation of the law against a lust mimtiiiir. bus brought suit. i ...!. .i... ' W .! i l.i..! killing duck below tide wa "reasons best known to himself." Wo reUllS, OCtlOOl JJoolis, gret this for many reasons, among them ter. It would be a funny sunt to see proposition to issue two por cent bonds ngniust Kvn Hamilton and Robert liny 1 low uruinx. fnv fi :.-ri- ,, tho fact that ho has furnished us more the president of the United States in to run 50 vears for the especial use 0f Hamilton lor fiu.wutiamagus, lor injur euuswl by the ooods. amusement than any editor in this sec- charge of a constable on their way to a National banks to secure circulation es alleged to have luon good to tion. He always took everything we magistrate's court. And yet in this dem- These bonds would be sold at par and assault. best workman-lik- e Appeals atlirmed tlii'j "said about him in dead earnest and the ocratic country such a thing is not im- would be a great saving to the banks; -- The Court of Very when possible. The president has no more which now have to pay a premium of judgment of the Boll Circuit Court in way he would wiiri!e and squirm Wesley Webb to the peniten-- , per cent, sentencing we would playfully threaten to paddle right to break a liny than the humblest 2b per cent, and more for bonds for the same purpose. The two tinry (or ton yaara for the murder of i him where it would do the most good, if citizen. banks here would save 51,000 each a Lesley I'urtin In .Nov., he didn't behave, was enough to make a Gen. Sam Hill, adjutant general, has yearand the government would not lose I'ryor said that the court could hee no old fellow, we hope dog laugh. for reversing the judgment good announced himself a candidate for Con- a cent it won't be long before you are and granting a new trial unless ij could ungues, son 01 me gress in the 4th district, believing doubt ing again, .ur. is. !;. AiTEitan exciting contest, requiring iH done for tht purpose ol securing a late editor, who has shown much capac- less in the old adage thatthe early bird the worm. The prospect is tho', two sessions and 11 ballots, Mrs. Mary heavier punishment for such a heinous ity in that line, will take charge of the catches nnminntiwl Inr lilinlrinn.i ITlHlO, that the worm will be pretty hard to -Rncci.1l 11:1V " j paper. showing up with 73 votes on the final DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. catch since Montgomery is certain to bo ballot, to i:j for Ed l'ortcr Thompson, and As predicted, Calvin S. Brice was nom- a candidate for Judge Vincent Burring, of London, have designs on tho who alone staid with her to the last Mr. Gross seems-tinated on the I'd ballot for U. S. Senator Htient Sunday with his son, who is at from Ohio, receiving 33 votes against office. There is going to be a lively fight, Thompson has made the best librarian tending Centre Collepe. McMahou lo, his next highest opponent. and since Gen. Hill has forced the issue, the Statu has ever had, and should have The new Methodist church is now an mightv hard been the nominee, hut it is The nomination was then made unani- it will begin at once. for the average Kentucky man to lefuse assured thing, as the required amount, mous amid one of the most tumultuous The Richmond Register says Gov. the appeal of a widow, especially if she $10,000, has been subscribed. Good?, outbursts of enthusiasm ever witnessed opposition is hoth hondsome and qualified. Senator Butler, of South Carolina, at Columbus. The Ohio democrats nre McCreary is outspoken in his will address the Senate this week on his Wooden grab, . thoioughly united and intend that the to the second edition of the salary $-cThe Frankfort correspondent of the! bill providing pecuniary "id to colored known as the Silcott reimbursement bill, State's electoral vote shall go to the demand, although a loser himself, will nev- Louisville Times is shedding great big people who will emigrate to A frica. e ocracy next time. Brice is a We do not tears because, as he alleges, the convicts liov. E. II. Pierce will leavi this millionaire, and while not a brilliant er consent to its passege. are fed on rottn meat and not enough morning, Monday, for Florida, to be ab-man can be for the man is one of fine common sense and see how any honest it at that. It would take more thnn sent for several weeks. Dr. Rivers, of Go there Next door 19 Cortman Hnutc. good Senator. There could bill. If the amount cannot be make out will make a of Leedoni and hisseeurities, the govern- the word of a convict or a much better Louisville, will fill his pulpit during bin nothing be urged against him except o be called on to man'to make us believe that the gentle-- , absence. The congregation is very glad that he is a very rich man, which was ment surely ought not men who lease the penitentiary would to get so distinguished a divine, pay tho money again. urged by the rads for all it was worth. treat those in their charge inhumanly, The man who wa- arrested at June --Yor are mighty right, Col. Hull. Tho for we have known some of them ever tlon City for peddling jewelry and was The Cincinnati Enquirer's offer to give IxTKitiou Joi'unai. is as happy as a big since we knew anything and are court- - thouuht to be Collier's murderer and $100 to the mothers of living triplets in sunflower over the appointment of Mrs. vlont that they have been maligtiod. jailed here, has been identified by the States of Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky Courts to be postmaster here and wo officials as an escaped convict and West Virginia has already brought hereby withdraw anything of an untw-jttntHSHwNEWS CONDENSED from their State prison, where he has three wits to the front, including those of complimentary nature we may have said Mrs. Charles Bennuy, of Richmond, Ivy. Win. Calhoun has been appointed been taken. oi Bros. Harrison and Wauamaker. Thoy W. E. Perkins will wed .Miss Alice same paper offers a prize of ?50J to are gentlemen and ncholars and lino postmaster at Clyde, Wayne county. The Denson at Lebanon, January Hi. Rev. every quartet of children in any of tho judges of the kind ofwomen out of which Is Receiving- His Stephen Collier will officiate .Mr. Per "l .'i ' Raleigh, v . C, four States who are all living, under the to make postmasters. for raping his M.iu find ti nrnilli tlillt hllM- io n u'tilnu'ur age of 5 years. The amount offered is own daughter. iipks man of Bee Lick, your county. MUs women A Nitiilist woman shot and killed hardly sufficient to make the An enthusiastic and largely attended rirl. Tin.4r.n.. t...i f.i.itml . n Ifrti.L'i.'iutli . i .in nji.in.-iin"i strive very hard to win it, but it will convention of tho citizns of Cumber-- 1 the Chief of Police at Moscow and Give him a call. been in the employ of J. G. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. but has come in very handy to those who have md Valley was held at Somerset last committed suicide. Phillips cc Co. as cashier for two or three already accomplished the remarkable week, when resolutions urging liberal Railway travel in Canada is inter- years. feat of increasing the population so rap- appropriations for the Cumberland riv rupted by snow. The mercury is from J. R. Marrs1 time as postmaster ex idly. er were adopted and a committee ap- ' :$0' to 5:5 below zero. pired Sunday, 12th. S. I). Vnnpelt, who a . m r pointed, consisting of prominent men Wm. Anderson, a brakeman on tho fw jh y Juikie W. I). Kelley, known as "fa- from several counties, to convey them to L.&2J., was fatally injured by being has been appointed his successor, Is still , k muUg mjt ftWo t0 tntcr on ,lis (lutv ther of the House of Representatives," Washington and lay them before Con thrown from n car at Bardstown Junc There was some surprise at his appoint Buccombed to the ravages of a cancer and gress. tion. ment, although it seems that most everypassed peacefully into eternity Thursday The walls of a Presbyterian church body is glad that he got it, as ho is a most 70 years old and night. Ho was nearly The editor of the Louisville Critic. Mr. in Brooklyn fell on a tenement house, nnd probably need had served '24 consecutive years as a Dan E. O'Sullivan, had to go to New killing five inmates and wounding sever- deserving gentleman the place worse than any of the appli member of Congress from Pennsylvania, York for a week or so, leaving Mr. al others. cants. I will say if ho conducts the a?wfttmMKuimaiimmmmmWfimmMJIiM 2rw4 the longest uninterrupted Congressional Charles Price to attend to his editorial Tho democrats of tho Maryland legb&TrmWWm. as well as his predecessor we will life in history. A partisan of the strict- duties in his absence. The last issue islature renominated Senator Wilson for have no room to complain. It is under- est guild and an unalterable protection was gotten out by him with marked the I'nited States Senate.-.T- ho party stood that Mr. Vanpelt received his npibt, he was yet a man of the purest char credit to liimielf and to his employer, moves steadily along. &" pointinent through Mr. (ioodloe, lately1 acter, respected by all who know him who is noted for hitting every head ho Dispatches from ' Western Missouri, deceased. ' and honored by tho whole land. thinks deserves it. Kansas and Nebraska report the worht The injunction suit brought by tliu( does'nt mind We have been asked very often tho blizzard over experienced in that region. proprietors of the Danville Advocate to The Courier-Journa- l The average depth of the snow is about) )revent j, k. Mrrs from btarthvgn paper blooming forth into 10 and 12 page edi- origin of tho word "anagosity," but until S inches, though in many places tho or V rank-fotho ,)riting business in tions any more than rolling off a log. now we could not give it. The ;.! ..... -Mr. W. New- mum inn u uijiiii:iii;i. mu (WJiumuiiiiitMll. Danville, lias tncen inuuu uvwr. J&mTG &oM?mmJkmmLSzJm& Capital says that Eugene yMjpMMMfrtBHiP" vC But in tho name of mercy wo beg that it of tl'.lillS. claims that the contract was made enough to get man, tho sagacious Savoyard of the Marrs will let up. It was hard The Pullman Palace Car Company Willkeep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture with Sam U. Boyle, not Sam U. Boyle through with all tho good things in its Louisville Times, is the father of it and employs-11,001hands who are paid near anil successors, and that when Mi. H. and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as shape, now it is absolutely im- we will adil no offspring ever had worordinary such goods ly $0,000,000 per year, the average wages ' thier parentage. oul ho ,ontrct Wllfl nil and void. can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you possible before another issue arrives. being about 0 per month. It supplies will be con, Tj proprietors of uie auvocaio mum . the thntMr. Murrasiuned n contract not to vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. nines oi A HROTimtof the young lady whose wuii BicujiiiiK The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee for this fall's elections, pretty name of Betty was transformed 100,000 miles of railroad in this country. in the paper business for I'j - it... has already been organized ami Gov. into Belly by the Louisville Times' type B. McCreary has beeu selected to machine, is after the editor with a shot James gun. The whole force deserves to die surplus of the cpmpany is cflicially bit-- , fle6 and the fixtures were only worth represent Kentucky on it. A better Wi pTcSftSjS!? ed at $13,000,000. about 2,300 and its good will $7,600. for such a mistake. could not have been made. well-written has nut us all on this earth, not afraid of the next." that 1 am Wk aro glad to observe that the has taken up the cudgel against the iniquitous parole law, which is turning out upon society without rea son convicts, who were after great expense and trouble given sentences inadequate for the offenses they committed. The release of Tom Stringer from laurel, is sufllcient to condemn the law if He there were not other objections. was given only two years for munlciing a negro and yet he is not permitted to serve out but six months of that short time. Stringer, no doubt, thought he was doing well to save his neck, but the j commissioners evidently think he was a poor, persecuted individual, who merely killed a negro with hut little piovoea-- 1 tion. Courier-Jo- urnal CLOSING OUT COSTf AT Owing to the iuiscaso7iable weather, we are j I Determined To Close ' Our Winter Goods Out At Cost, AH Such as Dress Flannels, Jeans, Yarns, Overcoats, Cloaks, $c. all kinds goods have prices astonishingly low, are determined io yon still greater surprise during week's sales. m Look at the following prices: per worm uuc; an ' lailllCl The man Lexington !"?r,'Z. w. "", -- ,lt. Zl LnZ Z ...7 "" ,w? Tr.i:.J W";" at " i, la.ra, ii failCPS. JailCli ail " at a yard, worth 25c; alb per yard, J Idll liel .....H. t),,. ' 25c; all JcilllS lirn.nlft rams in all colors at 70c including sure best bargains per yard. at Don't delay; and fill nflmr early and secure Blank nhl . l . THE LOUISVILLE STORF! i Main Street, Stanford, m. SALINGER, MABT AGER. still-hous- ' tp ; .,. ,,.. J raving purchased the interest Mr. Mao'i wm conduct the business at the old stand, where I shall pleased supply the wants all former and new patrons from a J non-reside- nt Full Stock of Drugs aillfS, j . , j style. and Silverware at Jeweler, ready I have a and jewelry repaits in the respectfully, Wall Paper, Jewelry do watch 1 is. W. B. MoROBEBTS. .ni-ig- Bye-by- e, i ink-slin- g- i rea-so- n I i ' JONES BROS., General Merchandise, Full Stock of Holiday Goods. u al The only Store in Stanford tliat suits the F armerj o Dry Boots and Shoes, Fancy Groceries, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, and Willowware, j self-mad- of 4 o. J - ' v. H.G.RUPLEY,- - Ten-netso- e f - ' , i Ujuimuii ' FALL AND WINTER GOODS. ...-..".- SEW FL KMmiHK V'YiffA'f MACK HFFMaMV, iil'M'fDF. m m m mi m m mi of-fi- re J WSmmWmW?SmS( ( -, rt I ! ii,'t I ferftrtiKfr -- t- ! BRYANT& STRATTON Business College $fcHiRfil!l LOUISVILLE KY i .fw .r il-- r..' !. Amlmi i y -- JJi. mtmmJ - K kEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL Fiktkex pounds of nice brown for SI. S. S. Myers. snjMir Colitmiiuh forealebyT.lt. Walton. ptovo cheap, buggy and several chairs nine colored ate death. suffering almost immodi 1 STAGG & MeROBERTS Stanford, Ky., January 4, '- W you want a hunting 1890 eall on me. T. Metealf. - B.O.WALTON.BU8. MonnRor MEANS BUSINESS. A. K. mile north of Stanford on the about uitdii'ineH and toilet articles is ut A. It. joying tho balmy breees nnd delighting It. W. Gaines, Stanford. pne, oppmitf tl.c old church. There lluih IJrnnchiJ Penny'. about 50 acre in wheat nnd rye; the balance arc Lewis Duddcrsold to J. II. Gaines, of the farm well et in timothy (Jod their uyes with the rich verdure with Uwellinc Hoy your school books, ink, tablets, of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new yearling mules at $W. hills are clothed. which the paper, pencils and school supplies of nil ell watered and fenced. I'oeion can barn; l John Woods bought of J. II. Woods be given immediately. Kor particular!, tie J. I'. kinds from A. It. IVnuv. Tiik ninth order to hoist tho colduave SO luilcy, bian'ord, or write the nndertigneu nt ". cts. shoats at E WIIHKKS. Cincinnati, Ohio. signal was icceixcd yesterday, with the e HATS, and a- John Woods bought of C. A. PERSONAL POINTS. prediction that the temperature would 0 aged mules nt Sl.'iO. A. S. Xkut Ciuio, of Carlisle, spent a few fall to 1M by this, Tuesday, morning. It Floridn strawberries are quoted nt days here. SI ROKON DIN1IST was pretty chilly yesterday and the 1.50 a quart in Cincinnati. bit. J. .1ivk.sk, of Pittsburg, is visiting chances were fair for a verification of the W It MKoberts' Off e n Ma'ii s'reet, Jqo Colley sold to Johnson, of Boyle, Hri)i Manferd. lelntivcs in this county. prediction. 'J cents. - THE 20 yearling heifers at Mn, A. 15. (Jwkn lias moved buck here Henry Traylor sold to I. M. Hruce PirrK II mit. wets oil' a good tiling hia old stumping ground. 145 l.Ti pound shoats nt :) cents. Mr. G MiHfi I'Ati.iNK (iitiMt has niturncd occasionally. 1.uoiher night A. K. Denny bought of Len Hudwho is in the rnrini"ie on the hate removed my office to my reidencs, oppo from a lengthy visit to Atlanta. titt' I emale Colleirr. where I mI1 b found at all And will be sold at greatly reduced prices. went into hi tore and com- son, of Itoyle, 'J2 cotton mules nt 3H. Ml!. .). II. (lAiNtaand wife, of HUGH KKII). y4 J. S. Owsley sold to Took Tubble time feeling badly. believe," "I plained of aru visiting tliu family of it. W. STAGG & McROBKRTS. slid lie. "I have the grip." "You're and J. C. Fox 7 cotton mules at JtH). (tnlues. ItOAKDERS W. T. Smitli bought of Itrandy Hays, Mn. W. P. Kitkkso.v, of Missouri, a wrong about that, lien," said Pete, "Mrs. of Hockcahtle, a harness mare for 110. brothur of Mrs. J. . Montgomery, is Courts has it and don't you forget it." I have rcnt-the property of Mm. Cath llailey John I'nderwood sold to Jas. on Lancaster trcet and am nnw prepared to take her u'uust. of Thomas Kstee, Tiik examining trial mare for boarder 'Icrm reaonal.le Day boarders taken combined En Hitk, wlio has bton clerking at for the killing of Ids stepdaughter, Mies L'O0. cluap a an body Apply to niii.LK ;vi-:- t t kr. the Louisville Store, has loturnoil to bis Annie Bowman, will occur before Judge Ad Cntron, bought of Johnson, of home at Paris. Yarnon here at 10 a. i Wednesday. The Indiana, n of 14J hands mules I Mk.mii-J. C. IJws and ieo. II. claim Unit the killing was accidental at Ji)5. llruce have gone to Middloshoro to buy seems probable. Mr. Fstes has been A. T. Xunnelley bought of PendleArc headquarters for out the town. ISuildiiitf I.otH frantic since the sad all'air and lias to ton A Ferrill, n lot of 100 pound shoats I)n. Gov returned a few days ago be watched to prevent him taking Ids Mits. at .10. In the cort orate limits of Rowland. frAn a visit to her jMrt'iitH. Mr. and Mis. own life. Jnini'8 SpiHinun, of Mercer, bought II J. IARST. Rowland. 16 I J. IS. Sauliuy, at Monticullo. of J. M. Wnre, 12 head of night Tin: heavy wind of Saturday Mit. avij Mai. John Atvris and Miss FORPlows ! Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel rattle at 1! cents. Hag Vrtlo CopiMgc, of HradfonUbillti, aie blew doun the I.VTKitioit Middle-toIJ. (. (iover bought of S. A. Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; visiting at Mr. .loo Swope's. lol for the dicplny of the weather sigand other East End parties 20 head AT nals -- a sort of a judgment we suppose of I W. mi him left yesterday tospend fat cattle at cts. ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to the week in the tiniuntNius in the inter- sent to stop iU lying. It had ihmtcd nui Dwells bought of John Hill 3 I will tell the home known a the eight cold wave signals tlds senson, not net of Mr. (ieorge 1). Wenren. do good work, or no sale. A sk your neighbor. liogs at 3 cents, as j bond of Mhk. M.uuiii: W. Cmii'Untkn and Mbs ono of which was verified. I.ik Aiiiir-nia- per contract made several months ago. ill it was stricken down for prevaricatHello Cook, of the West End, wereguesis V. T. Jones bouglit of various par ing. of Mrs. O. It. Coor a fw dnys ties in the county 5'i head of cattle at 2 J rKsox Cow. wlio iiss been vbsiling Thr wind, ruin mid hail storm Sunday ti 'l cents; hIpo T0 hogs at.HJconts. Jes- For ON K 'Illol SAND 1)'3I I.IIS cah. his mother at Ilrodhettd, returned yts night wns iiiitv but wo have samiue Journal. Cottage opposite the Railway ienlny to his liome at Pittsburg, Kas. lienrd of no ct1a1 dfunng that it did Tennessee's Commissioner of Agri- - The Depot, Miwj A.v.vik Wm, who Ias ben ftitli in the country. Some 0 the signs in culture cbtimates that the losuof meat to F. Miller, at the ianc aunt, Mrs. Mark - Wakefield, at town were blown down, including that the furmers'of that Stnto by the long ,j"rtici;.hI3r L'NURKD IlOM.AH.Sl lUoouilnxtni), ill., rutin imnI Friday look-lo- of the "New York lore." The tatter cmitlniuxl nnnn wenther. will amount to j place kOh. ' . better than ever. was on the csUiMishtnoul of Mr. J. It. at feast SU,Uiw. by applying to Mr. W. K. Ken SMmi eao b Pimrfi. Fkank Ww.tox himI John ...dy, Crab Orchard. Alford and had been there a quarter of Col. James Morris has bought durof this city, wero at Stanford the n century or more. OTTKNHKIMFR. ing the past week 70 cattle, feeders and No 30 State Street, New Verk. Am of the week on business. Advonito. yearlings, extra good ones, at $:.:'.() and Tiik postofllru department has gotten 100 hogs weighing from 125 to ISO lb., As they gvitprsilly come on Sunday when I no other huMness ean be legitimately onto the fact that its appointee at Shelby $3.35. Midny Clipper. and at done, if they come on business at all it City, Mr. Coppnge, is an -- The Howling Green Democrat says v Rricic L.ot, pending investigation ins must be of a delicate nature. that WoinncK x .Mvoll nave purcliaseti On Someret street, at pretcnt onupied by Mr. Mn. T. I!. Walton, who has lived in I1.1S been held up. The appointment 2tU mules in the last month at a cost of (j It Cooper. A viry desirable plate and can be bargain Addrc or M ftaufonl ci nit February, 1S7S, will leave was made on the recommendation of &l,J.'i7. Among tho purchases were 50 obtained at aH. ANOF.RstlN Harper, on Kanras, W Judge Fiuley, who claims that he did from J. L. McGcheo, 15 hands, for In a few days for California, where he Stanford. Ky. Or P. M proposes to make his future home if the not know the true state of ntl'airs. Mr. nnd 52 of J. S. McGehee, lij, for climate lias that effect on hlb health that X. W. Duck will get the oMce. $5,0: J5. he hopes. He will tir--t pay his sinter, Goods, W I.. Caldwell & Son sold a In attempting to set the brakes on his Mrs. I. X. Vaughan, a visit, mil go jack to Ilallurd, of Garrard, for $4575. PROF. W. F. NILES wagon, which was rusiiingon tiie horses, thence down the Atlantic roast to the I).ive Allen, of the West End, was G. II. Woodcock sold two Goods, hogs will open ctilf and then on to the Pacltlc. It is in Cincinnati at lij, considered a toppy A NORMAL. SCHOOL., thrown out nnd received a bad cut on nitii deep regret that we see him leave tiie forehead from a rook he struck in price. The assessor's books show the taxnnd we believe the regret ih shatel by Lincoln rniirit. JAN. 20. 18DO. property in the county to be $), At the fall. He was bringing a load of po- ableIkl" At hi- fnl limine rate nf tuition tr month .1 .... .... t ... . wit many friends here, who have come to I'riinarv I)er..trlinent place to ship to Middles-boro- , r.ll.l'Il. .UHUL.IU.-&rs Jl.oo tatoes to this All Fresh and Sold at the Lowest Possible Prices at t 50 regard him wry highly for tiie honora-biGOV. JailieS G. GiveilS tells a report- - ' Inter Jiodiatc Department 'JO the lick so dazed him that for but Nrmal Denarln ent and high toned manner he bus con rriicMtd and thr a while he forgot his errand anil was on cr. "Kigllt months ago I bought about A liberal patrnnaReF isr P.irtic.ilar, adi'ren. rough Ruaranteed ducted himself and his business, lie the eve of returning when ho came to 11,000 acres of land on the left hand site ttoik tf M. Kimev, Ky, W. r MLr vi will boar with him to the "Golden of Straight creek, in llell county, and Coast" the guqd wishes of everylwdy the hustling real es on yesterday I turned the property over Joe Cor. Main and Somerset streets, Stanford, Ky. THE CINCINNATI hero, whose respect is worth having, tate agent at Middlesboro, has more con to a syndicate of gentlemen for $110,000. for his speedy restoration to health and lldence in tho future of that place than I am not at liberty to say who the purHe chasers are, as it might interfere with an immediate step into a prosperous my of its enthusiastic advocates. business. says that he wants his prediction marked their plans. Tho property is coal and WILL PAY that within IS months lots on Cumber- timber laud and I think the most valuaCITY AND VICINITY. land avenue, between ISUh and '2'M ble in that section." streets, will sell at jt.OOU a loot, we IlAnXK-vI.. M. for Nashleaves ami saddles cheap at T. ' "Modcl Grocery' ' you will find shall see how much of a prophet the ville with nine horses to train for the to agents sending the man from Lanea-jte- r by Le- Largest Namber of Subscribers between spring campaign. Ono r- rr Ovkhcot clonks and heavy boots at proves to be. tups, dam Hlanche J. by Imp. Australian; Mov. 1, 1889, and Marci 31, 1890. cost nt is. L. Powers A Co.'h. Imp. Wood Moss, l'lNiSviLi.H has smrted on another three uj cue, ij ucovrbJOMJti, out. To aist the nponts in their work, we will and KlsioUnylord; live Sl'BSCUIHKKS they Main Foit cold in the hetul smill' equal parts boom. It is said tlmt the Monou and also pay to the best Clieese, one by Longfellow ami 4 by Concrcgan. of loaf sugar and pulverinwi alum. It is liOiiisville Southern jMople have aro better than IS..T00 acres of lich emil and tim-h- r lie thinkshis 2 ngood remedy wo know from experience. the average at this time of the year and hind near there ami that the latter Tobaccos. To LiIT. The contntettobuiiila pave- road will soon be built to that point. we could see that ho was particularly For Correct, or as near Correct Answers He carries an to Main Tiie deal involves an investment of sweet on the Longfellow, and tho Con- as possible to the following problem, namely: His stock is always clean, fresh, full and attractive. ment from the street. Cull on Jude T. W. Vamon for assortment of Oueeiihware, Glassware, Tin-a- nd Wooden ware. and Mr.T. II. C. Vance, presi- cregan colt out of tho dam of Silence. will be the total number of subWhat Macey lhos.' innmmoth stable at scribers in the first C largest lists received in flpedflentions. dent of the I'ine .Mountain Iron it Coal - the above contest? Give him a call and he will make it to your advantage. Co. says he lias sold flOO.OOO of lots in Versailles caught flro about 4 o'clock, 500 and it may be near It La Giiii'i'i: hnsttruek Rowland and a discovered COW. mav be near tell exactly, but may lie; pro-- ' Saturday morning nnd when . the lust week. A large factory is No one can number of brakemen, conductor and jected and n new Kngland Company is had progressed so far that none of the1 ore on it and guess at it. VK WILL PAY A C SINK J N. MENKFEE engineers were unable to go out on their said to bo preparing to erect 1,000 coko valuable stock it contnincd could be got-- $100 Cash for the tst Nearest Correct Guess. runs yesterday. 50 Cash (or the 2d Nearest Correct Guess. ovens. Some of the largest leal estate ten out. Bell Hoy, the noted $51,000. 50 Cash for the 3d Nearest Correct Guess. burned, with 10 o'thers, making "A Fiuur.iNii cold wave" was lien. dealers of Middlesboro have gone over stallion, 50 Cash for the 4th Nearest Correct Guess. Dealers In fix- -' 50 Cash for the 5th Nearest Correct Guess. Greeley's dispatch last evening to this to I'inoville nndibecome large purchas- the entire loss on horses, stable and 100 Cash for the 6th Nearest Correct Guess. office. Ho seems to be sure lie has the ers. The prices of lots now ran go from tures $150,000. Several other adjoining 50 Cch for the 7th Nearest Correct Guess. houses nnd residences were nlso destroyfoot. $:0 to $h pej front grip on it this time. 50 Cash for the 8th Nearest Correct Guess. ed, running the total loss to $200,000. 50 Cash for the 9th Nearest Correct Guess. I'lionisTs and demands to be heard cut The insurance is small. Tho owners of Hanky it Ai.i.bn are lijiurinn on the 50 Cash for the 10th Nearest Correct Guess. ! o 100 Cash for the 11th Nearest Correct Guess. Uell Hoy, Clark & Hopper, had recently cost of the handsome residence Mr. G. no figure in tho appointment of Mrs. Mouldings, Scroll Work, Cash for the 12th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Courts to be postmaster ut Stanford, refused a bona fldo offer for him of $102,-00P. IJright will build on the site of the 50 Cash for the 13 (h Nearest Correct Guess and the Senate confirmed it without a He was to have stood this season one ho recently lost by fire. 50 Cash for the 14th Nearest Correct Guess. word, as we wefe confident it wmild. Wo nt$500 and 05 mares had already been 50 Cash for the 15th Nearest Correct Guess. Cedar and Locust Posts. body of Conductor Cnblur was ex Tiik 100 Cash for the 16th Nearest Correct Guess. are magnanimous enough to admit that booked. We'will carry a lull Mock of everjthinif found in a first as Lumber Yard. humed Friday to liud tho bullet which lawyer Davison is a man of many parts, Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 17th C SINE, IIiutticM MaDiger. 50 Cash for the 18th Nearest Correct Cuess. caused his death. It was discovered flat- but the fact that he is chairmain of the The Harrison ndminifjtration was in 50 Cash for the 19th Nearest Correct Guess. tened against tho backbone. His cow- republican committee in a democratic power during 10 mouths of tho calendar! 50 Cash for the 20th Nearest Correct Guess. , ardly murderer is still nt hsre. county in democratic Kentucky does not year JSM). The decrease of the public4 100 Cash for the 21st Nearest Correct Guess. 50 Cash for the 22d Nearest Cortect Guess. JXX)Q JX. JI-W- IA JJL O make him very potential with the pow- debt for the year was, in round numMns. Corias was treated to a sere50 Cash for the 23d Nearest Correct Guess. be. We understand that they bers, $S1,000,000, against $01,000,000 in ers that 50 Cash for the24th Nearest Correct Guess. nade Friday night, which she acknowl- will now light against tho issuing of tho 1S8S and $110,000,000 in 1SS7. There lias 3c 50 Cash for the25th Nearest Correct Guess. 3DK.TJO-C3-IS- T of thanks, ami exedged in it nice note commission, but it will be like a cer- been no reduction of taxation, but, on Evcrv yearly subscription received trom herself for satisfactory reasons cusing steady increase in the November 1, ISSt), to March 31, 1H, is of tho Apostlo Paul, tho contrary, neat tain performance from making a speech. It was to ono guess. memory serves us right, amount of revenue collected. which if our BOOKS, STATIONERY, -The money will be paid out an above, ni DRUGS, compliment worthily bestowed. A horrible accident in tho river oj exceedingly futile. 1 lie sentiment wub matter how far from correct the answers may nr i posite Louisville resulted in tho loss of be. It is a business problem with advanFANCY ARTICLES, &0 A pBTinoN is in circulation hero ask- is nluiost unanimous forMrs. Courts now fair alike to all, cnn 14 lives. Eighteen men wero in n cais- - tages to no subscribe ing our representative to have that por- nnd those who are fighting her aro not accurately compouuded. late comers, as no evidence of what will son under 150 feet of water, at work on andthe correct answer can be had until the FhyiUUntpreicriptiOfis be tion oftbo city charter, which limits the improving their standing in the commuproposed Louisville and Jollerson-vili- o last subscription is recorded. Jssnal of liquor license to hotel keepers, nity. Mrs. Courts has the appointment tho Subscribers not wishing to make a guew bridge, when, owinu to the Igiio-- ! will hold it, yon nmv rest assured of be amended so as to permit anyone who ami may givo that privilege to the Agent, in carelessness of tho understanding mu'-- THE LARCEST which caso a STOCK OF WATCHES, desires to do so, to take out liconso on that. Sho is capable nnd deserving, has rauce or IiqiI botween them. giving bond to keep an the confidence nnd respect of everybody thelcaisson suddenly filled witli water beAgents aro not limited to any one paying for it and CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. the nieif wero instantly but cun have tapers sent to any orderly house. The council agreed some nnd' will, wo are sure, make an officer and sand, and Only four succeeded in Ever brought to th market. Price lower than give the most entire satisfac- submerged. time ago to fix the license at SoOO, but that will Sho won a famous victory nnd she fiht'iHK their way up the ladder and JOHN R. McLEAN, Ohio. the lewet. onWatthet, Clocki and Jewelry He. we trust if tho right to sell is voted tlioy tion. hrt',notlce and warranted. Vred Publisher Enquirer, ('inrinnat, escaping, tho others five white and must receive its benefits. will increase tho amount to $1,000. hluc-grns- s 1 runny. StwiiAY was a regular May day with BG. II. Cooi'KK is confined to his room Watch kh mul jewelry repaired mid warranted. A. It. runny. the mercury up to the "Oh. Pooplecould with I a Crippe. Foit Si.k. 11) good yearling mules. Tiik best place to buy drus, patent not be held in doors, but were out en-- CoMKand settle your account those who wishto supply them law. Tho election is Bet for February 15 solves with that very poetry of soap," and the bill provides for an election I t? tkl l. . -- urgeuns, . thm, ier u.u i.ie i iiynnmi on U)e (lIl.sllon if not todet, will find it in the absence of the ,pM t,inJ voters H0 petition, ngent at Severance cc Son s, lieaihpiar- .m ters for nil choice materials. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. All - The Act to resubmit the question of prohibition to the people of this county has passed both Houses and is now the NEW ADVERTISEMENTS .- 1 . -- m ,,, Successors to Urucc & McRobcrts, Desire to announce to the public that they are now ready for business at their new stand, recently vacated by Owsley & Craig, cor. Capital to Build House3 to Rent. Main and Lancaster streets, and ask a share of your A permanent investment for a few years, with patronage. They keep constantly on hand ample securliy. Inquire t ihit office a full and complete stock of Wanted. 64-- 1 Farm For Sal. I deiireto tell ray farm of ahout 130 a.. res, mtu-ale- Gents' Furnishing -- Goods, Boots, Shoes, 100-poun- d Spoon-iimor- &m Dr. or 1 PRICE, LARGE SUPPLY OF CLOTHING. Stools of Overcoats ia Very Al-for- d, BEMOVEDI Iiarg, post-olllc- e, WANTED, IJob-inso- n 11 aoj-i- HIGGINS & M'KINNEY car-loa- d . For Sale Twenty Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt,X.ime, Ac. -- Jui-iixal'- " n SALE A SACRIFICE no-plo- '.', :tH0-pou- s, t Strotltl Property Orchard, Cral) j ' j lr I I- ', 1 " n Itn-plu- y, FOB, SALE House and .Butcher Knives, Sausage Grinders, Lard Cans, Sage and Pepper, Heavy Groceries, Fancy Groceries, Canned $(,-M)- 7, 1TOTICE. car-load- s Beans and Hominy; fine Syrups, California Country Hams, Candies and Fruits, ! 1 1 - I o I I MAEZ HABDIN'S, WEEKLY ENQUIRER t Met-calf'- s. to-da- y $2. 000.00 AT A. A. WARREN'S uw', Cream wwnau, mvlv side-whisker- Ve-ilan- a, Sutlf' ."'JTJL hnS' o':" pur-husn- tl vear-old- s J CASH PREMIUMS, 1,500.00 J'reserves, Jellies, Pichles, Sauces, Balling Powders, Extracts, Cigars and Court-Hous- e - - 1 m SINE & MENEFEE, Lntlis, Shingles, Etc., E0UGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, l'o-ki- 0. PATENT WIRE AND SLAT FELTOE, cSASH, DOORS ASTD Brackets and m B&XNTDS .tOVQ TOTOTXrw'W' Al JBWBLBB. 11 11 -- thtrfSi fflferct) s". warsv'c; ganu-maste- di.-tin- ct t Post-olllc- e, ad-dre- A'&iw&st Ml- - Ifer ill fr - jja . ,r,fcjgg li4 j C3crs?r; fr vn.w, i., . ti u 1 was to put the proporty unroiervoJly inI huvc truvi'ltnl Hour ami fir,rlllnc varnlali, to bis hands. In spite of her lovo for him LIYXaY, SALE AMI FED STABLE, mHBjIb paint hikI tar, and of slilt ltif (tin the tin1 poor woman saw his brutal selfishsly.) a xooiv or two; nucli in nt'oktffs ness, and her good sense told her not to STANKOrU), KV and Mtxpcmler, ktfivt's and patent Published Every Tuesday and Friday yield. utockluj; nipiidum,iiiiili)f Hebrew CRISP CONDENSATIONS. SPKCtAl. ATTE.V IiOK to COMMKIK IAU (rlotlilnu) not ii few. was a The chivalrous expiVH-.maHorses and mules bought and told travelers YKAK,iy AnVANCIC 1 have met of men a nmiiher, some were good as his word and leTt her. I 'or a Tho squadron of evolution in its trip Oat) $ PKIt ho'rsemnd vehicle used in livery tirlitht lined, viiliit' were nomlier, in the time she was almost heartbroken. The across tlio Atlantic iiiudu nu average, s sMTWhen not o paid $2.50 will be charRed.-sinrlott conlple.xloii of the mind, rinih nelghliors, phenomenally acute In their speed not in excess of eight knots an uiul toujtli and soft mid hearty, le.m and perceptions, us neighbors .sometimes hour. etont and iiiiek nnd tartly, men. In are, saw that his plan was to stay away LOCAL TIME CARD. K. C. short, of cverj speeiesiaiid kind. It is announced that the negroes of HUSTONVILLE, KY. a few day.stind then come back and make e years ngo wero Hut of all that I retnemlier none did evet Train leaves Rowland at jooa, in., returning hi permanency conditional. They were Georgia who twenty-livCRAII ORCHARD. KV Are still In the husiness anil ready to do any rmiii my teuiper as did one, w hoin I correct in worth of t Sjop. m thlnt; In the I'ndvrtnkiiiK Imr We l..ie a fu.l their diagnosis. They said, slaves now possess w Itli aiiK'ry tliuiiclit recall, he tun unproporty. Dealer In- -Dry nock of Cases and Caskets o( all kinds mid Hohei der the Impreoslon (and with nevqra too, that the deserted woman who was LOCAL TIME CARD. L.&N. Our hearse, (nth is Kltler Henry Piehlo, tin aged itinerant Goods, Notions, Hats, OapB of every dercription vn short notue Mr nearly coiieeslon) that he absolutely, post. so much in love with the handsome new can be nhtaltied J H 1131pm tlMdv knew It all. Green has ihar(jco(-ubusiness und will sh.-Mail train going North Me., in the monster that she would take him back preacher of Waterville, ..131pm Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, our Kods to any ine needmir ati)thiii, urdate. Queens. sotim in o r of his culling has traveled 00,000 .11 J7pm l.'eh:i(l studied Ioiik ami oh we art and poetry the first time he put in tin appearance. .ite, tinware, Ktirnitute and a llnr Einrets train " South 64 tf .a ... ,U7 am North and lirosti, lxikur, t Itrst. '11111 every She. however, dried her tours, thought miles by team. Conoral Lino .6 30 a m Crocorlos, Local Freight "North from tltco to ehe. Nature'' laws, the matter over and Mttd she wouldn't. Kiime South A tract of lit nil which included the ..iJ5P' cause of creation, ocry cnuntrj , every Famy Candies, Crois l'ie, Ai The latter train also carry passengers, main portion of the original plot of All Units of I'riHjute taken in e hinge fur goods nation; lie km w nil to which one des- Still, they felt Mir she would. The above is calculated on standard time, Solar At the end of a fortnight the wander- Johnstown. Pn., was onco bought for perately could illftti'sH. time is about io minulrs faster 5S In philosophy and pclenee. nietiN, every ing refugee returned. He eunie In with SO. IS at .1 forced sale. kind of vlnmls. Iniiiedlclnal knowledne, a grae and merciful face, doing the inivcry, $eed and Sale gtablc The completion of tho longest teletoo, and deep religions themes; with jured and the forgiving quite like tho lino in Ktirope-wa- s an rucontlv N N. A M F D encyclopedic detail lie know wholesale grand, gloomy nnd peculiar fellow of phonic f nounced. The wirw stretch ftoiu IVsth s trade and retail, and h number of ex. the melodrama. Only one Nipht out to New York. ccedliiKly ufe olitiiioi. to Prague. distance of at least liOO kiloIlls wife, still ill and pale, was propped I meters. Solid Vitibi.trt Trains to Yut till ieramhiiliitlHKeo1leKe, with Ids uitl up In a great chair. theclnie.-,- t W ROYALIKTO m'I'IihmI to vorsnil know ledKe, iiimt The (jeruiau reichstag has tosolveil to manner she 'old hiui that ber house was uinko a cent In uii v..i ; he knew It all, Philadelphia, He treated the as- exempt students of thejilogy fnnn milibut ncMirdld he any tiling lite er for no.longer his home. Baltimore, Now York, in fact ho tary service, and to extend to nil the which hy any effort he could or did ot sertion with lofty C I'tM IMiy. smiled at It as the vagary of a sick Uertunu colonies eouiplotu religious toliin..tiii f r llii n and all Hmi. I a ! N. V. Sun. an nllii a t brain, ami lejran to settle down In his eration. W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. oltl ways. She explained to him that ho IIIlL 1IM or r 1. iss IONDOS, K The gift to President Curnot fttmi the IIKIi K03IANCE. h nil forfeited all claim to her consideralor hire Goodli'innutsan.' sail.il" cf .! Mexico, is a picture state of Guerrero. A1 FaslMaTI I.im 11 terms ithe ri'it convsn tion leaving her in n heartless a man- wivntght in gold nnd illver. It is the sn reasonabletherjiir a,' n.l re. KAS1WAK1I KspreM DaiU Dailv 1. ient ioint on ei in the 111: and that if sho An Affair Which Didn't Turn Out as ner when she K. Sun Dally IU uii li n .ftheiate ic work of nu Indian goldsmith of the tow n in the mountain IomhI him dfty times more than she did of Cliitaim. l.e Man toed tho Nolghbors Expected. tr am ji n'n n 31 r r '" "", i J"!'"' she would never live with htm again. WittclHstar... A petriflisl npplo wiu recently discovHOUSE, if is pm 7 us im r SO m K. V. IiwcIkm hi.s turn to beg and enThen who lived In treat, it wu She was a cnrpit-v.i'nered at lltiiriiigton, Me., by some lxys " Ml MrliHc 17 pm 7 P 7 which he did una ailingly. Then It had hanged PM F. U ItlL.aV, Proprietor. " tS)St(MI a tlourishlnff Indiana town. For yrura to the color of marblo. r t aj pm he announced thu he would stay anyMot she.d P pm I ) hhe hutl lH't'ii a Hldo. yt't she wit's not way. He The stem anil blosoiii were npNirently London, - - - Kentucky. Oils' Hill . . .. was her husband, and she 4 oj pm 10 so p " A.klsn4 nnd yet w hut - i"4lltil "nildiHi-njrnl,- " 11s pcrfit't 11s when tho fniitfell from the 0 puil 10 p n not put him out. She. thought " Cailcusburs;. 6 a ni ic sn pm iusfooil looking and Intplliyont. " tluntlutoa otherwise. :j she sent, the' kitchen girl tree. hive noted to nr new Mattfawl M hetter 50 pnij jo ani h- - sat at hor and chct'rfullv WhHcSulpliur. ever to The llrst iievalmy who ever sold ropy rrotr4 thanatlucssrsi c Mtmll ih ruWieV Arr Charhtttst ' purity, i.,-- .,. ,i r,n Anv until This powder letcrtancs A marvel lual ah., wtw for a policeman. Mill he wouldn't go. aad vts ctmvMicace o ju asn ill. v " WasMnftM strength nnd whole- - menrsa. More economical He thought she Has trying to scare of The New York Sun in the streets of ird (lire s it call. .. pt, " llstlliMSM than the ordinary kind- - and an not be sold in ahlP to hlir a sntlK llttlo cottage. With him: thought FRANK KI1.KV. 7T New York was a llltle .shaver from Cork. she would finally give it " PhOaTelphl.. . competition with the multitude t low last, short vines olninliuritig about tlio lattluod we 6 all up and tell him he was her dear His iititne ws Henmril Hnlierty, but he " New VmI oniy weiant, alum or pnospnaiepowuers 9 f liorx'li ami a protty prftn yanl In front. old I'OWOKR Klf htMMMj, V a....; Sans. HO.L IAK1N; street. NewC(t., wcift upon the stageniel hocutuerichtiud boy." and that she was 'jflad to have 4" V York ' OMIMatCoa m iio" all Slit' niopd In and lit toil up the hoii'-famous as Harney Williams. ' .NmlMl tastofully. inlili1 and out. Carpt't of him back." arm of the law arrived, The strong MT. VERNON, KY. 'lite nntivosof the Fiji Islands hnve hot1 own t caving oovorctl tho tloor. and ;lad in blue uul briias, and nrrivod with taken up cricket. Tliey like tho game R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. ovory aid to eomfort and liPtinty which a bludgeon, nnd gently but lirmly led much, although they llotelju still tnalauin old and This TimmImvibc l.e.iafion .1 11 ,, a in asvi j ,a do not like to her modest pur-- t oottltl buy was added. this tne its fiHt retmlalioii. Cbars reatswabU. Spe p ta dally, except Sunday c nneM at Winch', recalcitrant "statural protector" thouiM'liesto the orthodox eleven ewl ltttntlooi to thr tnerebnc pubUc DENTIST. KuliBMMii, Ky Msd punts on the K C R plauo, tlio It was a sueot and hoine-likur out Into the bitter norld. on each side. They play their matches At. V NKWCOMII, 1'rop., noighbors said, and 0110 and ail liked to Office on Main street, opposite i'orttnan Hou-l.lwltd Vestibule from N,,li, I'hllade Next day the now miserable exile with forty or fifty aside, or trilw against Mt Vernon, Ky. taw, W ishiBsioaattd all ptat 1,1, ame. at l upuirs. Nitrous Otidf das given for painless look at it as t'iv passtsl and nod to tho tonguo tribe. extracting. 3anie back witli a freshly-oilel.smi;tsi at 4.,y m dally pleasiint-faet'widow as sho sat on her STANFORD. KENTUCKY. uid himself in tH smII finsx HMHlingMt, W.11V., ad all I... cat staitua.arri-.eNeur Sunlu Hihji, Cul., is a well from poreh on a ntimnipr ovoning after tho his undertook to reinstate hope. Tho l.rli,cioH at 4, p m, dai wife's aireetions. Valti ly scpt Sunday & WATTS, day's wcavitiir as doni. AccoamodalioM I mm OMe Hill awel all h a! policeman broke rudely in upon his whiuh.it is said, in drawing water, thouEvor shu'o sho had been a carpet-weav- manly sands of eyeless fish, from half an inch powti. Richmond, K.. and pwlnttoM the K. C DR. W. 13. PENNY, UOWUNND. KV. eloquence and took Ky sitnrsai t.aiiartooi 1 10, a m, dstly. t '".lolly John's" express wagon igain. reminding him th'at him out to six inches in length, have Ih'cii taken copt Sunday the next For r Kest intntl) on hand a .plemli.l line nf r.ersativM, etc ll. lets, ralrs and tleepsnu lolly John" time had delivered her goods, out. Occaoionullv tho huckut is drawn he entered th house he (tho was old, blu If. lanie and wup lialf fitil of fish. No subterranean sKN'KV, l.ck AEeat ." would lock him up. Family Crocorlos, S A IIRoMIIKKl., Ira OffieeJSsut'i ide Mjmi trwt, in otlice recently but exceedingly honest: and so the widow Pass Ait. inlet to tho well has yet boon discovered. themvacated by. Or. I,. F. HulTiiian, Stanford, Kv The neigh burs ae'raovvlodj-vII. ItMURI'llV.Oenl I'a.s A Kv Pnxliire of all r.n lowest And bore patiently with his disobliging ways selves J Iho wealth of kind,mII theminat cthe hange at market I U. R IM i d V 1", Lninriun Tho rapid increnso in astonlsh'sl th takeu and uncivil manners, because she was firmness. They wat re us a all .i isto ided when, the United States the past ten years is Fresh g"1 etery day t Aljllll'.K .1 Vt ATT! blussure that after much growling and astounding. According to tho published 1 few days latr. had a rlape I89O. tering he would do what lie undertook lied, after makingshe will which cut and figures the totul wealth of tho country is a Iter fastto do exactly right, sarcasm had cqtuil to nen'rly husband off without a shilling, and left now STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. One D'cr F(;ine iimo: one all til ened bis nicknatnoto him, because he ber property to a cousin. As she $1,000 per capita. Tin's is an increase in F 'gitie, one Feed iiower Portable 11 and jollity were total strangers. rsiK.'ir. ill nell at y part a person may complete order ton years of $18,000,000,000. or 13 or All nertont wnhins a nieaiant life and well in Indiana, which has th r One day when the sent livedlaws for women, she couldmost this cent. 11, t. rui is, want pleased wife let them use I'aunt rlsMtr matle at do thicket. Kv 841 Stanford Roller Mills Call for it at your for .lolly John's wagon it arrived withA new Shalmipc. nil know that her will would stand cm it an hand, urge the ShaVntpeare of Kdwm A remarkable ttoUetl rock, famous eery, and if they have out .lolly .John. The figure that sat on AMtey presented in Ihem to keen It. or LTl an OMler tram ttiem and throughout South America as "tho mov- Ett it at the Mill and will irvarante a pleasant line for ilau,will te cwhihuiu. iy Harper. Maj wiih tlie driver's seat was very unlike .Jolly Andrew lng Harper's Stacariae has ilmiiui tpesvat arran The expressman put crape on his hat ing stone." may be soon onTandil iiioim-tai- and interesting lamily John's. Straight, strong antl handsome, meats with AlpfcoHie Daadet, the (imlest of Ju V N I'QTTS, Superintendent t he was 111 mourning for his .selfishness in Buenos Ay res. It is SI feet me rreacd n.iin, lor the nelnnw pHhHiaii. this man adorned the situation, and he orm"f stnrv, FEMALES had a tongue wlik'li. like that of Rich- Mid folly, the neigh born said. windows high, UO feet long and 18 foot wide, con",V CtMoaltttaf hMHrnn the to tm entitle Iht look out of the laraacen: Ad.enturs taining over fi.000 cubic feet ami weighot he lamosisTarUnu ' The story will he lra ard III., could wheedle with the devil." af Strange fifes hoits" as the tho laled hy Henry James ainl illastratcsl hy Koi ing twenty-ilvtotis. It is inegularly BUM This and his graceful ninnners mado a aud Mvrlnch drives by in his grneii wagon. faorable impression on the widow at "He has had his lesson." the neighlsirs conical in shnpe, ntul rests iikh a conW D llowellt will contrilHitc a nctelelte m three parts and a (radio Heam a novrlettr In i ical sup)ort with a surface homo once. He was a skillful dog. too, and wlshe-- , he had ro-say. He sighs and entitled handsMtirly illustrate ton inches in diameter. The jiower of n E. H. BURNSIDE, Propriotor parts illu.inird "V.Hima," tasehi tubJsKts of e ur 055100 In .,o managed to combine gallantry and busi u I ret I less paper, Wertrude (iarri-501single man is suflicient to oscillnte the ness so well that after he was gone tho leateTcntt, and la its sIhui staiies jeenis an! In Texas .Sittings. will tttaimain 11. n carpet-weavenormous mass, which, indeed, is often No Hotel in Kentm ky has a blter repuiatrau, timely anklet, the Ma-mentally mimed him 4. well knoHH.ianikird HWuvrd bv the wind. "Handsome llenrv." us she read tho TOILING YOUNG WOMEN. and Its proprietor Is dcfnmnt J tint hall he maintained Scmi A niNhON Gins to Tkainixo or Teachers. brand new business card he had given diplowrs. In the iter while he explained that he had Ilnw They Slne lliisliies Oil if tr New MEN YOU HEAR OF. IW car Hoard. ashii!T and ti iion f"r earh term of twenty n,'k lun. bought out Jolly John's business, root Harper's MaKwia ucets ahui.t ' s. j4 00 t term rpvns t 'luody lie has recently a.'dd to lit appwmteaeuls A ltroadway business man has a oouplo 1 r p.uii' Ijii Htldrc-in Aiu Harper's Weekly and branch. 4 00 Capt. Douglass Oettingor, retired, is of young ladis working In his oliice, and Pmimc pl, Kirksville, r.t Milton Elliott, Hsrptx's llaaar ... Handsome Henry proved as capable in .. w the oldest living oflicer of the United Harprr'a Vuae l'eolc . o business as he was fascinating in man- furnishes this "record of day. "Now. Nellie, you've taken my rubber States Mnriuo corps. ner. It was no time until the widow bes Livory Stablo I'otUgt free to all tabaenhrn In Unttisd Jncknon, tho negro pugilist, btauils G A First-Clasa re gan to look for Ills coining with a new again." Caaada or Mesmo 2. "No. Susie dear, I haven't seen your feet 2 inches, and his arms reach two To aecommoda'e the demands of Ins increased light in her eye; and always after he Ile.t 1 iirnouts furnished transient patronage. The V.Jumes of iac Macaai v the rubber; but you uvt wr pencil, I'm inches Ik'Iow his knes. drove away a rosy llushdyed her cheeks. Commercial Travelers and other number, for Jua'e aad Dtttmbw -- r each tear 5 sf'iro." ISdison presented to the Into Archduke WheH Ho lima M pil'ijd, MBctiitillM leiH br Soon the neighbors remarked that she Kin wilb the number cuitrat at the time of re "Indeed. I have a pencil of my own, I Kinlolph. crown prince of Austria, a rarely sat alone on the porch now. The ceipl nf nroVr. thank yo." allioutid doll, which not only talks, phouograplilo expressman was nlmost 4umet ot Harper Maastfiae for tbre-"And my blotter ingun. too." t'hasorf but recites verses. car. hsk, in neat cloth Media:, will be seat b ways with her after the work of the day mail, po.ipald on ivcaitx of liner volume LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. 1 J CT was over: and his fnce was a bright three times around tlio oiMc? looking for tasea for hindiHC t cnu rtich by usftil pmtpai.!. Tho head of tho Brazilian republic it, goes out ami asks tile elevator bay if 3 tfM and sunny as herv Index to Harper1. Mazarine, alphabetical aaa "Mnn-liii- t signs himself as follows: lyllcal and UifW for tnlatae from 10 yo in In a little while ho begged her to ho saw it. cowes Uaek wul find it on her e, froi Deoduro da Font,eoa, chief of the THE LARGEST AND FINEST clu.ittktth, $4 June, ijo, to Jwa, 5, ime sol rag o marry hi tit and make ltiui happy nnd Jesk.j me your watch-key.- " to, provisional government.'" p Itemittaniex shuUI br made by jtostofficc nun. "Lend ey order or draft l at d chance nrlvss O " she onsented. HOTEL IN THE CITY. Franklin H. Gowen, the big railroad "Oh. dear, it won't begin to lit. ami I Newspapers arr n tf And no they were married and got on left, lhi adtertlsenient man, who committed suicido recently in mine at home." without the rtprrw or.Jrr ot Harper A llroiher.. beautifully together. The neighbor Addre. HAKI'KK.V. ItllllTHKKS, In Ye you bwn to Coney laland tills Washington, held insurance iwlieiw on "I S- t3 e often spoke of the harmony of the exi New ork RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDhis life amounting to JOO,0()0. o to rt pressman's household. "Here are a hus- year'"" "I don't think it a nlee plane to go. p band and wife who really love each p John 11. btnriu, the great sleiiinUiut ING TO ROOMS. XSQfl. I don't gotut; with a good owner, is u keen feutureil, level headed other," they said. Nevertheless they Still. of your tuiud ?rowd own." man of miiiculnr build, and among his probed the situation for weak places, as ra B -"Did you rend that awful story in the claims to distinction ho has rhhloii raco TUKKISH.V RUbSIAN 1IA1HS IN HOTKL neighbors Hill, and discovered a dithjr-enc- e es-P o c about Jack the Hipppr?" a ll.IJSI KATH) in the degree of the love of "Hand- imper he too dreadful fur any thing?" horses, kept a drug store and erected a e O "Isn't mausoleum. He has never failed in anysome Henry" anil his wife. They said "Do you think they can evr kill peothing ho lias undertaken. the woman's love was stronger, and that ple with electriiuty'." a. llainei- - llaaru a journal for tho hotiM. U.t n fur ailsiti tvith rezardtthc Fa.h liL'tbti la would trade upon the man knew it and M. Gounod always retires late, reading know, but It makes a lovoly "I ) II. Him r otis iltu.tralkMU. fashion platet and it and llnally get tho upper hand of hur. light,don't you think sw?" This noliif forewarns hunters. lishcrmoii and pltrn shn vpleiiient to put himself to sleep. He is very simple don't ... maker are IndiipensaUc alike on our lands to others per the nnd llm It was true that she loved him overre 01 in his habits and tusU-- , and ho is frugal "inlMlsn,not trcupinwill he proKuteJ without full- lnnMli.te,Iimr Hi ne i. tpured in inakiHe its And 40 ou till lunch time. to the atallsui.li Nu, . of the highest profMi,wal t .ir much. For years her life had been bittistic (traciif ' 'Oil. Nellie, did you get an oxtra in his' eating ami more so in his drink- est extent of Iho law aM'iietl: order, lis re terly lonely and destitute of the r'vt-ne- s toothpick? I forgot to clver khsrt tu , wilur plays and theughtful (JKO I) HOIM'KK, ing: he smokes moderately anil is fund T.J. IIII.I., oji." es.tivssatitfyail i ales, and us last page Is fan.ou M. S. IIAUOIIMAN. of airection. This mado her g:nte-fu- l O S c "No, but I have got a halr-nl- n as a budget of wu and humor that's of walking. Ho goes out ti groat ileal to J.M McKOllKKTSJK. J.K I1KUCK In Its weekly l KOIIT McAI.lSIKK, 1 res o glad for her present blessings uovor boea mod." and sue. etert Illinois included which is of Interest t. S II IIAUOIIMAN, rehearsals at the theatres ami opera, or S II SIIA.VKS. women. Dunne ilgoOlite I home Miller, Chris. A M. FF.l.ANU MKS. IIK.NRV all tlio time. She never looked at hor "Oh. thanks." to see any friend who may bo ill, for he E.T.rKNCK, IIAUOIIMAN. JtlUN V IIOLMKS. tiUfTorliune Herrick and Mary Iaiwc Dickinson will ri'spt'Mttrly furniili a ertot of papers on 2. & w new husband without a smile of satis. i" "Did you notice that stylish iltews at it wry nllei'tiouate and devoted to thoe A I IIAYIJK.V, Thu Daughter at Homo "' Three Mcssl. a Day" I). V. HOI.MKS Dr. V W I.OOAN. faction. At times she even jiiarvolud at lunch?" he loves. , D KICHAKIlS ADAMS and ' I he Woman ot the I'enod " The serial l'llll.UKKT JOSH her happiness and wondered humbly tiosri. will be written by Walter llcusant and V It. W. C.AINKS. "Ho you think it ivtw tylih? Yoll, I The ( 'unite de Paris has taken possession Mrs. SAMFOKD IRWIN, J. II. McKIN.VKY. Kobinson. 1 p why sho had been so blessed when many JOHN' Ci. I.VNN, sorry g W other women were left i.ncoinforUiblo am"Now, 1for your ttwte." ' Iiotiso, tho riuut of the Into Dttko UCKKK Mrs. AI.ICi: of Ut JOS. IIAM.OU. thought that drapery was of nukingliMiii ami Chuudos. The man2 o and alono. pretty." sion has infresting reminiscences for tho All went well wlh the married lovers Per Vear. "How Is your btother now?" 2. P. r On the east of tho R. B. Harper't linear j4 2 a re for a time. Hut the vlfe fell ill very "ph. he's well. Did yo4t hear that Fivu'li royal family. culUsltlie HouiiKin i Harper's Maaalne w w ill. Then the husband spoke plainly of Fannie IJtulway war-- to nuirry that dutlo btrgetAi'i' isa building 4 c Harpt'r'i Weekly nver. which is Mirroumlud by trees that SUCCESSOR TO 4 ,M P what he had often hinted at before is avor in the Grand street stow?" O, csHurpor's uun IVsiplf , ,, having his wife's property put in his "Yos; ami I think the dudo 1 to bo were iltntiHl by tho oxilod ineinbors of the hottM of B.uirhon when on n visit to M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, name. (The neighbors always said he pitiod." Postage free to all subscribers in the United Stats.. Canada nr Mexico. Slowe lioiihij. had had his eye on the hoiiso when he "Now. my rubber', gone again." Thetulnmiwof the llaxsir bejln with the first married her.) 511 4TH AVENUE, "Well, haven't got It. thafa auro." iiumbur for January of each year. When no tint Sanliiit siiys that in fiuuro he will & "2s'o," she said. "I will keep It In my is mentioned, subscriptions will begin with th "It couldn't walk awny itoolf. Oh, never invitea jouninlist tohisrcJiearRiils. number current at the tline of receipt of order LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. own name have earned It; but you e.xctue me. dear; here it b under my Ho adds: "If I have done no until tfio Hound tolmnrs of Harper's llaiar for 3 years 4 IK' shall share It with me as long as wo both paper." back, in neat cloth hindinc. will be sent hvniail present it was in ti spirit of tolerance. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish poMiiaid or by express Irec or, expense (provides! live." "I vlsh .some of tho gentlemen would Tho journalists have wished transthe frcitiht dees not ctcoetl $1 por volume) for St That did not suit him. Hewantud it jloho the windows. That draught is form my tolerance into theirto rights. Stock of per volume. Clctli case for each volume suitable for made his unuilsuikably, "In oaso any just too dreadful." Walt five uilnutus They have not been respectful with me, will be sent by mail postpaid on receipt 01 i . thing should happen." and then closes them each. and heieaftor I shall ignore them. My you mean in ease I should dlo," Remittances should be ninde by postollicc mon"If "What tunc is i"" only guests will bo talented critics, whom ey ordir or draft to atold chance ol loss. "Ju-,- t ten hi n !' s nf four." she said, "It is uuueeotHmry. I.shall not I bhnll choogo among my friends." die " .ewspiiperare not to copy this athertisement "Will. It! i iw:tie. I'm jllst tot) He Inslstisl. but sh" was llrui. Then tired mr ur . n ; " Tipoo Tib's real immo is llttuiid Hen Ever brought to tho city ol Louisville, now open without the Urother ...'S::,r. , larl'- TIIKRS. tuursSM miiM-Mhe threatened her. If she could not do Now and t'i. ;, of th" young men Mohammei, h'd 110111 de guurro being n including the Nea ork him that little klndues be would loavo onlloi din' o.li .s tound dead in phonetic elToi t on tho part of tho natives. fUKEs TipjKKi hah a pleasing way of going KN OX & JOHN B. STETSON &C0'S. HATS her. Yos, that he would. his cha... .!.;', ...- - luwiwr alnas round In the aiiy morning surprising And also my own importation of English ilata BLUE-GRAS- S She loved him dcoutodlv. and this It to 4tH.pUx.. N. Y. World. NURSERIES threat, so oruel and i.npro oke I. wounded peaceful villager whoro ivory e leportetl and Caps. An slegaut lino ot Canes and Lyon's IN (Jiiiilll in; fir Ids A of Ornamental Trees, nnd U'rrilied iv .Vil die was so ill to bo stored and jigging tiway with hiu Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Fine C.ranofull stock Sma Fruit and A., II Frulu. incs. " !! In. d..i..' flong In rifles. Tlio uativett used to say that tho ." .:" Sho ,nnd KverrtMnit for the orchard and garden. We that h1u- had not 'i.t- - usul - i SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, GAPS, v.u,...., u ; out sen uircct at low prices to wept, ontreafd a il l .jr"d htm not to oir- i. ' sound of his (.'iin wan like "Tip, tip. tip," the planter 1 .' IVrsonal Inspoetlnn of our Immerse s a - ul. at least. s n leave not lienoo they culled him "Tip Tip," which Gloves and other Furs, a specialty. Orders stock inwted Dwcnption catal((fue vnth talua. i. ..1 h 1. j Me nuggestlons on appheaitan. - n.. , Seeing tit.. ' the weak a' of city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaranliuroioniis rendered Into the now faniut's BRADFiaD REGULATOR CO. TLANTAnJ F HII.I.BNMBVER, . . .. m string In her heart, the coward played i.OW .1. teed Don't tail to order a NOIIIIV HAT. aMyi nppiii Tib. e out erml Dxuswsrs. Lexington, Ky ""' account ur n it. 'lheu u.i. but one thing tha Semi-Weekly 1 InteriorJourhal THE MAN WHO KNOWS IT ALL. would keep him. ho told her. and that m BREVITIES I. 31. BKTJFE, HIHk hunt-w.tr- v first-ch- it cr. ii. ZKiXjToisr of J. T. STTTTOIT A CO., 1 pios-ectitio- n r v ( mi IS Old Ky. Route l. ! nioiiey-makin- i; 11 rh l f J 1 11 pos-dbl-o Washington, I I ' I THE RILEY er "" 1 1 1 POWDER Absolutely Pure .1 4 . lv I dh ... 11 111 o NEWCOMB wcli-kao- HOTEL. con-lin- e o e, Sj-t- d d s CARRIER er Dentist. -- . - l For Sal. 1 'ttnnt I 711 Harper's Magazine, 1 Cru-he- r. 11b-r- carpet-weave- gro-m- il il. Wim I n, I l- -it carpet-weaver- 's o THE MYERS HOUSE IF n?1' Businessman 1 l.i-- v g 1 . 1 teai-Miin- 1. er Mi I 11 Harper's 1'crlodicals 4 s, 11 Pool and IJilHardParlors ,, Stl, I good-lookin- g THE GALT HOUSE, r Ct-rt- Mil-no- ol 1 1 , - 1 Harper's Bas ;ar, 1 A . POSTED. ? -!. -- ft ru--- " V 1 Harper's Periodicals, c - GEOGEGHAN, S-- WM. ADAMS l)A, LEXINGTON, SON, 1 1 IIV bind-in- s SMOTHERS fiIEND,, talRTH, Jfisr hor-eK- H( AT world-renown- 9 - n- - ! te -- 1 s ii'i.-ln- n. x .,. - - 2SESrWtHmtp .'- . 1 1 out-sld- n 1 "' 11 iss , Ct' Jh A s,