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NOW is the Time to Buy Your Holiday Presents in Watches, Cloeks, Clocks S3, worth $5; Clocks at $2. 50, worth $4. Watches worth $100 at S70; worth S30 at $20, everything in my stock of Jewelry at cost for CASH only. Look at the prices: Nickel, S20. II impden Railway movement atSiS.75. Seven Jewel movements, S5 to $6.25. Everything else in propor-tio'- i. worth Si 5 at $10. B. W. Raymond's movements gilt, Si 1 have the lurgest stock ever brought to Stanford and have lately opened a large stock of mv goods bought especially for the Holiday trade. liny now while you have a large stock to select from. Come and examine my stock and prices but bring the money with you as the sale is POSITIVELY for cash. CoTI am offering worth S20 at Si 4, .A.. 33,. HPZEZCsTILT. POSTED. 1 IIuJloii-villc- 1 5- two inuniciaiig which might bu inWcst- - for home, or I will do you like Samuel if time nml Hjmco did Agag in the valley of Gilgal, literals, for hoiho to rend We offer HtiHtonvillo mill has u wheat I'li'VH- lu'riuitU'il. It in, liowovur. cnmiuli to ly hew you to pieces !" his oratorical the George for sale privntcly our farm known a , milo from forbid kinfolks and their folk's folks, my folks Anderson place, went tor, but no mill. Tlio smoke-macon the Liberty pike, containing 43 ncrc, ami their folks, as well as colored folks, to trespass rolati huie Hint thoy invt at n grand par- cudgel might have done good service. good dwelling of 6 rooms and well watered. Call or hunt birds, rabbits and squirrels on my farm down Jmforo n gale Bovural ilayH since ty whore through their talents they soon 011 or uddrcss u at Hustonville, Ky. without my permission, or they will be punished Mr. Zaeh Phelps oflered several reso to the full extent of the law. JOIIM KU,IS, nml grinning is a tmtigni llie long ago. mean what I sav which in found a mutual attachment, .MARY ELLIS. jo-lutions in the con. con. vesting authoriTHOMAS C. I1ALL. Jn i A good supply of flour was on hand, but due time resulted in their marriage. ty in the General Assembly to limit the the lovers o.' corn Imtter cakes are lorceil After remaining sometime in Kngland amount of the court costs in all civil or sund to the to forego their favorites Prof. Heine and his wife left their native cases filed in the courts of the State, and country mills for muni. land and made a tour of the Australian to require Lot on Main Street in Stanford a deposit to secure the costs, P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. Mr. J. W.Allen left for a bouthern Colonies, starting from Liverpool on if deemed advisable. If Mr. Zachariah Containing! acres. market last Tuesday with n hunch of ex- board a sailing vessel, "The Morning or Zacheus Phelps is a jiibtico of the I have recently taV.cn charge of this Terms easy. T R. WALTON, Stanford. tra cotton mules. A few hogs have been Light," under the command of Capt. Hotel and intend keeping it at peace he ought to know that the cost is standard. Special attention given its present high to the traveling whipped lately from our vicinity, despite . . Gillis. They were three mouths on the public. I thedishearteniug . prices. The increas- - -10SrPH ucujc THE rAyniiSw VIOLINIST. watery deep before reaching .Melbourne. rarely the same iu any two cases and .. ........ ' . . . . '' " that it would neither bo practicable or First-Clas- s itiL' nr ce 01 corn tnssuaueu many irom Tin. uliiri riiiii'lit (1r II i'n timi"4 iitnl just to fix a limit in the matter of costs; holding and feeding longer, though there Some Interesting Facts In His Remarkable rK t,0 fenrful panic whioh enBUt.,i and to require a deposit to secure costs, In connection. Also In the corporate limits of Rowland. was never a more favorable season for London,"'0"' drow their knives Jw would he a virtual denial of justice to fattening hogs ; M, 0 threatened many 8 Pool and Billiard H. J. DARST, Rowland. poor but worthy men who would Mjuiro Adams came near losing his to k any one who shou d board the L. M. KEID, Clerk. .traction; his mother l residence by tlru last week, wi.ti.t Mrs. LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. his wife and be compelled to seek their rights in boats. Prof. Heine ... rruiu mu enriy ago ui ! years uiu in two children, Constance and Evelyn, in courts of justice. If this is the best Mr. the multilarious t Adams was absorbed I The undersigned will rent for the year i8ot, oat P'1 wouW btf foi,"d l,y t,l ,,1,, il...!a tn I, killing tle .i.A. ..,.. .itrvn.1 Bi.il.lll lii iiiuivu t ll Al llrllril liiuii Phelps can do, it would bo well for his rt reasonabe terms her Farm of s3o Acres, ij miles niiMHi iriiu v nifir iirinn. .,.. constituents to invite him home for a Irom Milledgevllle, Ky. The ti,H utm,. hors seated at a piano in n Mgli chair o '. ..- n ..v. I'luivi'Uv. 1.1 ' this Apply to Co. privilege of seeding Mrs. Fall. renter can have the and improvising figures which the uus-- i ' Y, , few days rest that ho might have time . , which founts a i NANCY JENKINS, room enabled the coal, ' V1C ouru" ters who came to listen to pronounced Danville, Ky. to think over the reason why ho wanted OF STANFORD, KY., loilgment in the rug, to start a blaze, rnrr,.rt in form nny narrow escapes Willi 1118 llie, to bo a constitutional tinker. .n.l L.rmnnr. Tim Urn., Is now fully orginiied and ready for business with which was discovered just in time to Ins nf being kill- this child soon spread and soon he in one of which he came near OR suppressed without aid of our efllcient cannibal. It seems that during ed b It is the fewest number of men who Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. was surrounded with musicians from far The House and Lot of 14 Acres on the Danbucket brigade. ville pike, one mile from now occupied and near, who came to listen to this early colomation of .New Zealand by know how they are regarded by their Surplus, 13,500. by Mr F. Thurmond. ItStanford, improved, has is well Mrs. Newhern has on exhibition at Europeans, 1 rof Heine and h.s guide fellow men. Those who dislike them tine orchard, good garden and water. marvelous prodigy, for such hemust be, Owsley A Craig's magnificent specimen MKS. FANXIE DUNN. walk among somo of tho are not likely to hunt them up to let called, as neither his father o: mother were taking a SUCCESSOR tuTHE LINCOLN NATIONAL of her artistic handiwork in the shape of tribes of Maories in a village known as them know their estimate of their charHANK OF STANFORD, seemed gifted in the Divino Art. The a silk crazy quilt, which it is proposed Tho guide, who whb acter, for they would run tho risk of inhouse in which little Joseph lived caught the closing up) with the same assets and under in a some lucky individual shall win suddenly left him alone to the curring their displeasure and provoking (Now drunk, the same management. efI have finished my Hy provisions of its chaiter, depositors are as set pike, miles Irom new Saw Mill on the Somermatrimony bent, tire one night, and but for the brave No youngster, on again difficulties that could be avoided by si fully protected as ate depositors in National 7 Stanford and am prepared forts of a fireman he would have been mercy of these savages, but hero to furnish any kind of LUMBER, SHINGLES, should fail to reach out after that quilt, ' kind Providence protected and the na- lence. The approbation of friends is Banks,to its shareholders being held Individually Ac., at LOVEST PRICES. I will sell the consumed in the flames and the world liable the extent of the amount of their stock the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. for that and a good cook stove will bo addition value therein would never have been charmed with tive women taking pity on his allliction, good as far as it goes, but friends are oft- amount at the par in suchthsreot, in It may to the me a trial. P.stoffice, MAYWOOD, KY. Give shares, act as invested enough outtlt for any reasonable couple en "like angels' visits, few and far be- executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as A. B.1IASTIN his mystic music. It wtw supposed that sheltered him from danger. to set up housekeeping. individual. After leaving tho Colonies, they visit- tween." And then it has been justly anTo those who entrusted their buisiness to us all the occupant of the house had es- Mr. U. J. Lvles and wife, of :aah while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol cspeil, hut suddenly upon the parents ed South America, playing iu fall tho said that Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and "Few are the friends who prove vllle.Tenn., were visiting at Mr. J. M. principal Spanish Ports. Thence they trust they will continue to transact their business cl.tld. a fireman climbed up Through life's sad changes true, Mrs. Lyle father's, last week. "'inK t.e Cook, with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attento wi"'!ow He room where the little went to the Brazils and stayed many I am well prepated to bore well and will do the When trusted most they rove tion to same, our twenty Tears' experience in Dr. W,n. Dryc and family are again ea- -' weeks under the patronage of tho late vork in a good manner and promptly banking and as liberal accommodations as are con leave old friends lor new " And ono wnft IcPiH "nconscious of its sistent with sauna banking. tablished at home, after a brief residence At One Dollar a Foot. angry lames were Emperor Dom Pedro and the Empress, , Mending doom-t- he It is therefore sometimes product! vo of directors: in Lexington. In connection with n re-- . uUnnilii Aan(iliin Call on orjaddress meat SUnlord, Kentucky. attended all their concerts in State. good, and can certainly do no harm, to J J. Williams Mt. Vernon; who C t t tiiitt Lull i " L. T. SMITH. . nort of their removal it was suggested J. M Hail Stanford; he seized the sleeping babe and regained After leaving Brazil thoy came to tho change the popular mode of treating J. S. Owsley, btanford; homesicknesa almost invariably ' .1 that . i i United States, where they have resided such a subject and venture to speak of i S. I. Embry, Stanford; me lauuer, iinu none too soon, ior u moJ K Lynn, Stanford: brings lwck to the irtojistiblo West End A. W. Carpenter, kfilledgevtlle; ment later tho floor fell in and the little in different parts ever since. those who aro entitled to kindly recogsuch natives as mahly essay a removal to EVKLY.V M. II KINK. J. K. Ilaughman, Hustonville; cot was hurled into tho burning debris I desire to sell my farm of about ijo acres, situnition in the manner they deserve. J. F. Cash, Stanford; an adoption of a new home. Next, we below, ated about iJ miles north of Stanford on the William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. You have in the good old county of Hush Ilranch pike, opposite the old church. There Spill Carpenter back S. II. Shanks, President. expect to welcome LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. are about jo acres in wheat and rye; the balance A few years after this event, young J. II. Owsley, Cashier. Lincoln men whoso standing at homo of the farm well set in timothy. Good dwelling to the old stand. Prof. John Hide's Heine's studies legau in earnest and ho of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid lew appointed City and abroad is so well known the very Louis Landram was handsome phiz is again seen in these barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can wm placed under the instruction of such Attorney by th Board of Trustees on mention of their names calls to mind the be given immediately. For particulars, sev I. P. parU. As the professor is still ono of Haiiey, Stanford, or write the nndersigned at as Prof. Sainton, tho Court Vio- Wednesday, to till tho vacancy occasion- fact thoy enjoy the respect of their counCincinnati, Ohio. our most populur gallants, it is inferred masters E. WITHERS. able ed by the resignation of G. 11. Bradley. trymen and are worthy of it. Col. T. P. linist, and one of Do Beriot's most Uy tho that his prolonged sojourn in Suckerdom pupils, Tolbecqne and Herr Uecker, a Louis Landram has forwarded his Hill, the veteran lawyer and jurist, will not result in the immediate transFOB SALE OR RENT. pupil of Joachim. Liter on he received resignation as Captain of Co. G., 2d Regi- whoso eloquence has led juries captive plantation of a prairie ilower. tho benefit of Veiuxtemps and Olo Bull, ment Keutucky State Gauards to the and entranced multitudes of his counAn administrator had an annoying 221 Acres of Land in Lincoln Co. of fat who wanted to adopt him as his own governor and asked its acceptance on trymen upon hundreds of political batexperience last week with a lot tle fields, is conspicuous as a leader who Co. & appraised and sold sou. At tho age of 1(1 such progress had the ground of his ill health. hogs, which had been Part of tho estate of R. V. Givens, dee'd. been made with his studies that ho went Kev. J. It. Tercy goes to Middlesboro has won the respect and confidence of 136VJ acres Iront on the north side of the Stanas advertised. On delivery to the purford and Knob Lick turnpike, adjoining A K. to the Crystral Palace in Imdon and on Saturday to fill the pulpit of the As- the public, and now stands upon tho Denny. A large part of this tract is excellent chaser tho wrong pen was invaded and took with him tho 8th Concerto of Spohr sembly Presbyterian hemp land, llie balance is in corn and grass. pinacle of human life, viewing the afchurch at that man's hogs driven on". When another 84'-- sorest in grass lie south of said pike, adClass A. Installment Stock. tho Grand Concerto of Mendellsohu place on next Sabbath; while Dr. Daw- fairs of his fellow men with complacenjoining A. K. Denny and Capt. Hen Powell, with-itheowuer found an empty pen and was and aoo yards of first tract, iloth tracts are well partially paralyzed by a conviction that and played them with the orchestra son will preach at the Presbyterian cy that conies from large experience, watered and as a whole will make a good farm. Face value Jioo. Costs $1 admission fee and having had any previous re- church in Lancaster on the same day. close observation and a desire to aid in without Liberal time givenon deterred payments. cents a month until payments and thieves had driven off ids stock, his feelIf not sold before January 1st, both tracts will profits equal f 100. No dividends in cash until maimagined by somo of his hearsal, before an audience of 3,000 per- Dr. Dawson is the Synodical Missionary all that is ennobling and praiseworthy. turity, which is estimated to take place in 7 or 8 be rented, separately if desired, for tneean8oi, ings can be May his declining years be his best years years. First jear's credited dividends have been January AS. neighbors, whom thieves spared the sons. The youth fulness of the perform- for the Assembly church in Kentucky. t G. & W. P, GIVENS, Executors. J over 15 per cent. er, coupled with tho affliction of blind election case be- and tho reflection that his duties have In the contested trouble of gathering their corn. Tho so astonished the musicians that tween James Hemphill and Walter Ea- - been faithfully and conscionsciously percountry around was scoured iu quest of ness, it occurred to they forgot their parts and nearly all left eon for police judge of Lancaster, tho formed cheer him as ho takes his last a trail, but in vain, till And STOCK OF DRUGS FOIt SALE. oil to listen to the depth of feeling and judge decided in favor of Hemphill, on look at the purple rays of tho setting Class B. $100 Full Paid Stock. some ono familirr with tho administramarvelous execution which he displayed Tuesday last, and Eason appealed. Tho sun. Desiring to quit the drug tor's management of tho business how a And whnt shall bo said of Col. W. G. Face value $100. Costs $1 admission fee and $50 ville I offer my entire stock business at Hustonof fresh Drugs and of these works. Louis case is said to have been determined upChemicals for sale. My stook is complete in every mistake could have been made and luck- in tho rendition by nature, cul in lieu of all dues. Total $51 per share. Receives particular and the business is a paying one in HusE'Egville, the grandson of the Baronet on questions of law alone. Col. W. O. Welch? A nobleman beof j percent. cash dividends ily tho lot of bigger hogs was found all the charac uion J50 tonville. Will also rent the entire house my store D'Egville, was ono of Heine's most inti- Bradley and J. II. Brown represented tured and modest, with good upstalra fore thoy had been butchered and the IVlrtUlnK O 2?ov Cent, -- "or Your, is located in. The house contains 4 liustonvillc. gentleman; of of tho teristics G. A. WASH, rooms. n mate friends, and soon after his appear- Eason, the contestant, while It. II. mistake corrected. broad views and noble iii6tincU; of gen- and is credited with a proportion of surplus profrepresented Hemphill. payments and surplus amount to Urge quantities of hay are being ance at tho Crystal Palace presented him erous impulses and ardent temperament, its, until thesurplus a small per centage at first This Gen. W.J. Landram will go to Wash- he looks out over the broad field of hu- S100. increases everyis year. This is a preferred around Hustonvillo for export and with tlit Giant Heironimus Amati viobut baled This notice Jore warns hunters, and stock and the cash dividends are guaranteed. Can others not to trespass on our lands fishermen perlin, nearly 300 years old and which ha ington tho first of next week to arguo a without sale to tho neighboring mill men. manity as though every good man was be withdrawn after one year. mission, as all such will be prosecuted te the fullnightly at his concerts. This cele- caso beforo the congressional committee Choice timothy hay is offered at $(i per uses est extent of the law. Signed: his friend and every unworthy man his B. W. GAINES. hold at $2.33 to $'J 50 brated violin was made in the year 1C03 on claims. While there he will bo the enemy. Fearless in discharge of duty, J. B. McKINNKY, ton, whilst corn is Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN. JOHN G. LYNN, crib. Moal is selling at in Cremona, Italy, by Heironimus Ama- guest of Gov. McCrearynttho Shorham. and with a contempt for tho tricks and Mrs. ALICE TUCKER. tier barrel at tho JOS. BALLOU. C. BALL. whoso celebrated family Straduia-riu- s Dr. Jennings Price, ono of our oldest and ti, of W.A.HAMILTON. SO cents a bushel within 10 miles of this chicanery of men of narrow minds and Class 0. $50 Full Paid Stock. THOS. RKVNOLDS. M. C. I. S. PHILLIP" took his first instruction iu tho art most prominent citizens, is lying in a ice hound hearts, ho rises above tho petMrs. ALICE I. UAUGHMAN. J. L HECK, place and thieves have transferred their K. H. COOPER, Of these celebrated critical condition at his residence. He tifoggers in his profession like tho mounBinco tho of violin making. Face value $50. Costs Si admission fee and $15 V.M.WARE, W A.COFFEY. attentions to tho corn cribs in lieu of all dues, total $ii per share. Receives R01IBKT BARNETT. Mrs. M. A. MARTIN, J. E. BRUCE, gathered. Should u instruments only 12 were made, but at is receiving tho attention and sympathy tain over tho mole-hilNothing could no cash dividends, but is credited with the same W. P. GRIMES. fields have been profits as any longer to put a load of the present time this and the one which of the entire community. Miss Katie swerve him from the path of duty and per centage of been issued Installment Stock. If man hesitate during the past year, such stock had to tho late King of Hanover Landram, daughter of Gen. Landram, per been buck shot in a thief than lie would to belonged ids clear perception of right and his de- its dividends would have creditedover M equalcent. profits jo When the Jjs and the aro tho only two in existence which can has returned from a visit to relatives in caught iu his polo-ca- t at the face value is withdrawn in cash. This is a shoot a testation of wrong always lead him in new form of stock, especially adapted for the inIn 1S50 this instru- Cyntliiaim. bo authenticated. illegal to leave a loaded gun in your direction. Standing in tho front vestment of small savings without the ordinary Is it the right was repaired by Hart, tho great On account of continued bad health, I desire to feature of monthly payments. Can be withdrawn corn crib, so carelessly fixed that in open- ment It is said that Mr. Jcp Jonson has of hi profession, he enjoys tho respect after one year. sell privately my farm of 310 Acres of would probably dis- professional violinist conuoiseurof Eu at bargain, a fine state ot Tho books ing tho door it thief ...stirred up a hornet's nest in the con. and esteem of his cotemporaries as v ell waysopen to and securities of the Companyare al landaoo aacres withinImprovements. fertility, would sell investors. Location one charge it and possibly bo responsible for rope, lho . tone of,.this., grand old Amati con. ,. is a pity that some of tho ,nor- - as the people of his native county and mile south of Stantord, and the laying of the farm surpasses almost an outers in its won is superb. There are all of the necessary imlanin ids neighborhood ? a funeral nets did not introduce somo bills into State. Of him it may bo said in the provements, including a frame dwelling ot five rooms and hall, a Urge basement barn, and all Mr. Sam Rutherford, a gentlemen of derful richness and purity of acoustics. It tho seats of the members that would guage of Byron to his friend Tom Moore: buildings new For further infornution, apply to unimpeachable veracity, is authority for can only be compared to a grand human have caused them to rise to a point of the last drop In the well 'Wer't IIOUT. McALISTEH, Stanford. 48. im $1,300,000 of Stock Carriod procedures of a voice, being entirely destitute of that order and insist upon greater haste in I gasped upon the brink, As tho most astonishing over 1,500 Monitors. Ere my fainting spirits fell, of Sep- sensation of wood found iu almost all Hwarm of bees. Tho latter part tho proceedings of tho body. It is to thee I'd drink." a swarm Bettled on violins. tember ho discovered seems that from this time Heine's and appropriate reIt After tho timely a limb of a small ash tree near Mr. Smith The railway mail clerks on tho CinFor full inlcrmation apply to Powell's, and informed that gentleman reputation as a public performer became marks of Delegate Miller, of Lincoln, iu cinnati Southern, it is said, will ask that ho saw fit. established. Hu played at many of the favor of more work and less play in tho tho mail car be placed at tho rear end of - that ho might hlvo them if gatherings of tho Nobility, and Mr. con. con., Col. Bennett II. Young, who GEORGE W. JOHNSTON, Twas a month beforo Mr. Powell passed the traiu to lessen the danger of life by being something of an api- Mitchell, of tho Hoyal Library, present- has hitherto refrained from participating accidents. GENERAL MANAGER, that Way and to tho Queen at Wiudsor Castlo in tho debates to any great extent, on arist, ho was astounded to find tho bees ed him Tho Commorco, - - - Louisville, Ky. Mr. ft. on tho occasion of tho birth day of Princo account of excessive modesty, "took up Btill on tho limb and at work. visited tho Albert, tho Queen's Consort. Ho played tho cudgel" and said: "Our progress is dfc said that two weeks ago lie of tho orig- DoBeriot's No. Gth SairVarie, which was not satisfactory to tho people." If tho Her Castori. When Baby was Blck, wo tree and about half tho bulk HUBTONVILLB, KY. a favorita of the Prince, who was him- valiant Col. had only said when ho took GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, inal swarm was attached to tho limb; 5 When the was & Child, she cried for Castori. Are still In the business and ready to do anyself a flno violinist. Ho was accompa- up his cudgel: "You lazy, thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full pieces of comb, tbo size of a man's hand, When sto became Mtus, aho olunj to Castori. STANFORD, KY. stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes Bcatnps, wliy don't you arise from When lho had Children, tho gio thorn CutorU. built and ono fllled with hon-o- nied by Miss Ada Thomson, who afterof every description. Our hearse, which is nearly have been new can be obtained on abort notice Mr. J, u. your beo men wards became his wife, Madamo Ada your lethargy, Bhako off tho dow drops Call tho attontion of Refer to J I. McROBERTS, Cashier First Green has charge of cur business and will thovr-ollaak, Stanford, Ky. goods to any one needing anything in our. tothiscircumstauce, and if wo aro wrong Heine. There is quite a pretty romance that glitter on your garments, get thro' . .:.. gtt tho action of that which surrounded tho meeting of these with you business and tako the first train H" in our conviction that HUSTONVILLE. k j I j colony is unprucvilontcil, plwisu favor us with parliculnra hiiHuil on iih purfoully ro ' Hal)l nutlioritv mh tlio iihovo. Wo ;nn ooncdvo the practicabilitv nml pxcusu- i,ieliew, f H thrifty colony, after lilling n MiVe, attaching n romh or two about the' Kblesof their house, but to set up housekeeping on instead of in the limb of n tr,,0 , Kn to work in the 0U,n nir. icines us to accredit a semblance of ,iauHibllity to many of Munchausen's ox,)t.rjence8, which have hitherto savor-- ' ,.,. HlrollKy 0f p,.ryrili.t!. i FAEM FOE SAIjE.) tl ' - MYEHS HOUSE, well-know- n FOB, SALE! io t, J j ' I I (111- j ' J b? Sample Room Twenty Building Iots Parlors. For Sale ' i 73-t- 1 1 ip,lt f. ,.....,..'.. "u ' "' j "'' Farmers Bank& Trnst 54-- tf FOR RENT 67-t- SALE. , .-- m f Man-Enter- s. raf-li- e. 1TEW SAW MILL. lum-ber- 43-- T WELL J4-- " BORING. 1 i "'"'J ".,. '" ti-nilc- 4 . Farm. For Sale. Investments Oflered Louisville Savings, Loan Building , n 1 59-S- HOUSE FOR E,2TT semi-annu- well-bre- d Tom-linso- js-s- m POSTED. l. hen-house- ? :n m m i m blue-gras- s '. . ly JHhBH1'V J. T. TJTTO!fr CO., good-for-nothi- y. ur li"' & ,i, .uks, iwmkrtmrm frJUfortsWrfraw-Wi'- l g.bMWmi'l- - J!4 tjfj-.- y. TZ5tf ggjLwr wf-- ' f KKgryrv ,... j..nii. ,Jii-tU- - - W . 'l .T J fl!(' -- irti" mlflli WHII liiwli lilHWTlWHMill U hr, I r n y iMi aw.ai converts were baptized m 'Av M H A ) , Mi U -- .'-- ZJ last Thursday at the" Baptist church tors aro against tho Forco bill. An international convention of press night, a result of tho protracted meetStanford, Ky., December Vl, 1890 clubs has been called to meet fn Pitts- ing. To The llein Concert Company gave burg on January 27, 1801. JP. Mrs. J. Harry Brent, of Paris, hnd two entertainments here on Monday It was a feast for both her legs brokon by a sudden con- and Tuesday nights those who attended nud who love good Tin; Farmers' Alliance mny not want traction of tho muscles by rheumatism. It has been bitter cold in New Eng- music. the earth, but they call for n great bis While coupling cars at tho depot slice of it. Here arc some of the demands land, the mercury goingto 30 below zero. here Saturday night, Walter Rice, a made in National Convention: The abo- Ice 10 inches thick is being harvested. W. 11. Going, youug uwyer nl Jul brakeman whose home is at High Bridget lition of National banks; the estabhh-Wn- t cam, be injuries which perhaps will reGoods, which shall loan hco, uncharged witu being itccectMiy lo received of ut Juiin tOutce. sult in the amputation of his hand. His , Goods, c. Shoes, money to the people; laws to prevent ttie attempted poisoning Since I J cell lclurltt ascended tile left arm was fractured and his right hand ? 'This rPTf'at daidealing in futures on agricultural and meDr. Dunlap, the road's Oi LuglauU tUu Koyut lawny uo badly mashed. to chanical products; unlimited coinage of throne physician, dressed his wounds and hopes 170,000,-00silver;- prohibition of alien ownership of cost Unit country mure tiuu f to save his hand. land; the removal of the existing heavy llidbtated lit the . that L. M. John Tracy has his dwelling and tariff; the imposition of a tax on Ltisley rctuscd u Douu liUe oiler ot ;0,OUU shoe shop on Main street about comand government control of means lur his Hart uiace. lie Holds liuu tt pleted. It is a good building and will of communication and transportation. 510,000. make Mr. T. a comfortable homo and a The Oklahoma country is covered good and convenient place of business. After considering the question since 2d and Main need, in 1SSI, the Court of Appeals has finnlly with snow lrom 6 to 12 menes deep. lhe Mrs. Akins. on the corner law taxing all the prop demand tor aid increauea from Me poor streets, has remodeled and painted her decided that the u jj.vui.iuiy i u yuit.1 ari,j iioy iiuw, uvciiusG Line OJJCruiQS for settlers. house and made such changes as lo erty in the State a cent on the Ye To to a new house. By the will of Daniel Fayerweathei, make it look like the Agricultural and Mechanic College been too Yc M!rs Mamie Aldrich, of Memphis, at Lexington, is constitutional. liie case wtio died recently in New YorK, j2,UI,-00- 0 is bequeathed to educational institu- Tenn., is with her cousin, Minnie came up from Magollin county, where in the country to spend the holian injunction was sought to be obtained tions niid Hospitals. At Gum Lick white caps visited the days. Dr. 1). C. TucKer has gone to on the grounds that the college win net City, Wis., where he has much a part of the common school system for residence ol Samuel l.owo and shot lnm Mrs. Mary Smith, which the legislature was authorized to and his aged wife. Lowe will die, but hid valuable property. by we We Stanwo&d, is visiting her mother for nee provide a fnnd. This is said to have Wile may recover. we The New York members succeeded the first time since her marriage. Chas. been the toughest question that the We be t lie in defeating the resolution m Congress C- Fox is at Pino Knot, Tenn., on busi court ever tackled. to remove Gen. Grunt's remains from ness. we to deWashington McLka.v, father of John Uwersido to Arlington cemetery. Alfred Ird, who died hero Friday, sec to It. McLean, of the Cincinnati Enquirer, The will ol Augtidt Belmont directs had been a resident of this place for and formerly ono of the owners of that every person who lias been in ttio em- -' about 20 years. He was born at Sptwich, Set. paper, died in Washington Monday, aged ploymeut of his bank for live years ahull Mass., and was 71 years old at the tlmo 71. Ho was a man of many distinguishbe paid a sum equal to one year's salary. of his death. Ho was a member of tho ing traits o! character and a democrat in James W. ilulhuway, Montana, was Second Presbyterian church and his was no guile. He was a selected as Postmaster of the House by! funeral services were conducted by the whom there member of the convention that nomina- a Republican caucus. He was in the pastor, Rev. Martin, at the residence ted Tierce and has taken an active inter- battle of Perry ville, Ky., and received a Sunday evening. He was a member of Main Street, Stanford, Ky, 31. est in politics ever since, winning by his wound. the I. O. O. F., and was buried by that earnestness the sobriquet of "The WarNear Monroe, Ga., Monday, a torna- order. wick of the Democratic Party." It is becoming a topic of conversa- and useless cheering that too often mnrs do cleared a space several miles long tion about the C. S. railroad having no Vihoinia's democracy may bo said to and a hundred yards wide, blowing wrecks of late. What has come over tho the pleasure of the occasion; it was not be solid. Its majority in the last elec- down several houses and killing several management? Wo were much amused there. While thero was some lively dis tion was 04,072 more than the whole people. . . thoughtful man cussion ami widely. different expressions ' Dealer la Lula Hemphill, a colored woman at at what some good and among the tenchors pnsent vote of the opposition, which wnsGl.SS'i. occur- of opinions being insulted did soon after so many wrecks of the school GROCERIES AND Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. Right Cumberland Gay, Tenn.. of- as to the modus operandi by Rufe Weathers, knocked a colored red not long since. On every ticket system and its work, everything was of The Old Dominion lias recovyou are fice window he btuck tickets which hnd Ctlnoawu.ro, TInwnro, &o. a harmonious nature nnd as wo think ered from her attack of republicanism as man down standing near, and taking his printed on them these solemn warnings: pistol shot and killed Weathers. now life into tho QHas on hand refresh supply of canned goods ol calculated to infuse dispeused by Muhone and his satellites every description, Analysis of Koch's tubercular lymph "Prepare'to meet thy God. Seek ye the work. A few more meeting! like the; and will hereafter lead the host of demomneenroni. btans, prunes and in fact everything found in a Is your s Lord while He mny be found. McKinney, and we don't thbik cratic majorities. Hurrah for the moth- made in Paris, is said to reveal the secret soul saved? Where will you spend one at grocery. ToImccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, of its composition as being ptomaines of will have to he er of States and statesmen I Heaven for tho teachers or people tubercular bacilli, cyauuret of gold and eternity? Who is waiting in Give my Nudavcne, something new, begged to attend. Some of the lady raisins, Sec, in great variety. thee? Your sin will damn you." Mn. A. A. Lewis, editor of the Somer- glycerine. Anybody can make that. members of tho association who "stayed ' a trial. Usually boys are not choice about The steamer Majestic, which sailed set Republican, has been appointed U a few days" feasting on the lady whom the take to a over for S. storekeeper at one of the large distil- from Liverpool Wednesday, has $3,250," the young and o'her good things were lost tho size of tho girl is not tnrkeys .GO TO. leries in Mercer or Anderson at a good OJO in gold for New York. The Lahn party, at least to all inclination to return to their duties taken into consideration. We have just Balary. This will, however, not inter sails from Southumtou with ? 1,750,000 school room, but wanted it to last party in the country which in the fere with his editorial duties, as he will for the same destination, making a total heard of a nlunvs. (For particulars see Miss.vs was conducted on a new plan and in Stuart.) In conclusion still continue to run the paper in his of 5,000,iM boy's pocket Thurmond and way. He asks that It is estimated by Treasury Depart- which it was money in the only to those who linvo usual independent let us sav not ., .,. , . .. . w.m fortunate enough to bo the es "MODEL ui an who his exchanges be sent direct to him ment that $20,000,000 will bo put in cir- who attended these meetings, cort of a small girl. The plan was this: culation within the next ten days by tho wherever he is permanently lecated. have children to educate, that your pres- l'or Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats of all kinds, Cream Cheese, payment of $21,000,000 for pensions, and Tickets were made ou. with nil the ence and is wanted, and Maccnroni, weights on It begins to look liku an "Alliance five millions for Government bonds to young ladies' names and together and wanted at once. The public schools mut Crackers, Dried Fruits,Tickles, Hominy, Sauces, Olives, Mince Meat, 1'uddine, Prunes, Raisins, Currants, Nuts and Candies. shaken them, they were man named Irby will succeed General be purchased. succeed, but they must succeed by this and the girl w hose name from South CaroliHampton as Senator At Henrietta Mills.Rutherford Coun- the boys drew united and earnest efl'ort of tho peonle, Also plain and fancy Glass and Quccnsware, Lamps and Lanterns of na. On the last ballot heard from he ty, North Carolina, Hollowny Wall shot was on the card, he had to see to the and tho whole people. No county every description. only, lacked 17 of the necessary number and instantly killed his wife, formerly party nnd had to pay ono cent n pound or set of trustees alone am of votes, while the general lacked 3S. Miss Eva Haynes. then shot her brother, for her to defrav the expenses. niakethuma bincess, but where popu- He is now receiving and opening the largest and finest stock of HoliDonelson, another candidate, holds the Wynn Haynes. and wound up tho trage ASSOCIATION. day Goods and Toys ever brought to this market. lar will is bent in that direction all else TEACHERS' balance of power, and ho may give it to dy by shooting himself. McC. can not prevent. Hampton when he finds he cannot win Seeing that tho secretary of ourassosia-tioThere are five Taylors in 'the next himself. jack y has failed to report our last "meeting; House one from Tennessee, ono from Foil Salk. A nice Illinois, and three from Ohio. They aro if you will allow us a little space, we Hubble's Beecher." It. II. Uronaugli, The Supreme Court of Kansas has de- all Republicans. Out of the seven Re will try to give those who may bo interCrab Orchard. cided to refuse to issue certificates of in educational work a short notice I). J. Alcorn bought of J. A. (livens which publican Congressional prizes in Ohio ested election to 17 legislativecandidatos, of it. atS-- and told 21 of same to Taylor family captured three. the feeling of success, 51 wethers of course destroys the faint ray of It is not often that colored folks There is always a an individual, or- a Sam Helm at?-- l 75. hope that the "irredescent" avenge the murder of u white man on that must pwess The lteanley Bros, bought of Mrs mny have had of being his own individuals, in order that ono of their ownjrace, hut thov did at collctions of Porter Sandidge and the Misses IWi . successor. For which the country will may bo sure of success in Greenwood, Miss. Dennis Martin killed any enterprise 4S acres of land near the Huetonitn unite in fervent thanks. they may be engaged. So when a white merchant in cold blood and was which toll gato for J,sOO. wo knew that we were to meet at Mc The Mt. Sterling Sentinel reports CLAnKsviu.E, Tenn., is experiencing n promptly lynched by a mob of his own Kinney; noted as it is for the interest Franklin Hank sus- people. sales of lift" cattle, 1,550 pounds, at ::.' lo money panic. The The annual meeting of tho Federa- taken by its citizens in educational mat- 3.UJ. Tabb A Uaitskill have bought 100 and that scared the depended piyment and for Monters, success was almost assured. But barrels of corn at delivered an wil positors in the Farmers and Merchants tion of Labor convened at Detroit day. President Gompers, in hisaddrcss, when we met in the largo and well heat- huv 5,000 barrels. National and a run was made on it. It CiMtnrl nirw Colic, OonMlpntlon, tochilJnrn Uiat "Cantnrla U no well year 1,103 au- ed and lighted Baptist Church prepared Sour StiMiinrli, DUitIhi'v. J. E. Bruce bought for E P. Owsley also had to close and the big warehouse said that during the past I ItnaRuiwriortoatiy occasion, it being filled with iuuI jTomotra illKill Woniu, Ivm place. Of these, for the 11. A. Arciur, SI I)., Vnowro to ma" fine droves of hogs from J. H. and Bob firm of Kondrick, Pettus & Co., assign- thorized strikes took cntlon. 0S9 succeeded; 70 failed and 9S were those who seemed most interested; then McAhster, Will Burton, John E. Cash Injurious mctllciitioa. Without Ill So. Oiford St., UrvoVl) u, N. Y. ed for $400,000. we knew that failure was not tho word. compromised. Til Cktai: Comiuny, 71 Murrjr Slrrt-t- , N. V and John M. McUoberts, Jr.. at : cents. Women have given birth to babies- Mr. J. II. Allen who is now teaching the The average was 2S5 pounds. It is stated that Lt. Gov. James W. Bryan is in tho race for the gubernatori- in street cars, railway cars and other odd public school at that place, being on the Shipping cattle are in demand in al nomination to stay. There are thou- places, but it wni reserved for Miss Ma- committee of entertainment, and being Cincinnati, with best at 1,00; other grades sands of democrats who would like to ry Thompson, of Chillicothe, O., to bo in his happiest vein, left nothing undone are dull and unchanged. Select butchsee this splendid young democrat the the heroine of such a performance in an to add to the comfoit ami entertainment GO TO- were about ers and heavy shipping hogs are quoted governor of Kentucky and will do all elevator, which occurred this week at of all who attended. Thero good packers Jl 50 to 3.00 3.00 to 3J; one dozen or more active teachere there at Grand Hotel, Cincinnati. they can to put him there. 4 to tho association, besides Sheop dull at 2 to 1 The city of Richmond has give n the belonging thing for Confederate Motnorinl Literary Society Professors Grinstead and Niles, of Boylo During the last of September Fort-tiThe con. con. has done ono praiso. It has decided tho use of the Jeff Davis mansion for n county, who entered with us in tho work Iteid bought of E. W. Leo 17 1,15001b. which it deBerveB timt tnrn ntiuli bu but ono election a museum of war relics. This was the Ex- with a zeal that always attends the two cattle at 3. The first month they ran on vearnnd that shall be in November ecutive Mansion of the Confederacy, and elegant gentlemen nnd wide awuko tea- grass, but did not tlo very well. The next Vases, Stoves, This will bo a great relief to the people was occupied by President Davis during chers. Miss Owens, of McKinney, favor- month they were fed sorghum onco a and the change from August to Novem his residence in Richmond. ed us with most excellent instrumenul a day in addition to running on grass, 18 pounds Also full line of Hardware. with delight generally. Wc make a specialty of Ctit'cry. Sole ber will be bailed At the meeting of the Kentucky To- music, assisted by the choir. Without and in 30 days they gained meeting at each. The last two weeks they were agents for the Celebrated Queen Shears every pair warranted. bacco Growers' Association at Louisville going into the details of tho Thib is a glorious year for the democ was reported raised this lato date, suffice it to say that tho fed bushels of corn a day to the lot and We also handle a full line of Queenswarc and Groceries and guarantee racy to bo sure. Boston elected a deux this week $9S,400 was carried out in a most inter- Tuesday Mr. Iteid sold them hack to Mr. our prices to be as low as anybody's. Try our "O. K." Lard, best 10,382 plurali. for the building of warehouses in that program oeratic mayor Tuesday-bearnest manner by all teach- Leo at cents, when they averaged in the world. 10,000 more votes city and Cincinnati and the committee esting and ty, giving him nearly several gentlemen pounds. enure opposmou. ordered to continue to solicit. The ers present, besides than polled by tno Goo. Kratz shipped 20 car loads of very bitter against tho ware not teaching, who Beemed to take a very Tii .lmnernts also elect 7 ofthelOalder- - growers aro of tho export cattle bought of J. C. Caldwell at You feel tired Do you knor house combine and hope to have houses great interest in tho discussion men. "You nro ner. what it means? t of their own by Jnnuary. various questions presented for the in- 4J cents and also ono load of Shorthorn present, (for which Christmas cattle, averaging l,7b0, bought Chambersburg, Pa., has vous "Why? You couyh in the struction of those A man at CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. morning Do you realize tho enuse; they will accept the thanks of tho asso- of Granville Cecil. M. J. Farris bought been sentenced to SO days in jail for V 11 yearYour apietite is oor "What makes Except in extreme BuenrinL'SOoatbB. ciation.) There was one thing for which of T. L. Carpenter, of Lincoln, It took a quarter of a century of hard S50 pounds at 3 it so ? You seem Uko a changed cases, swearing is a most disgusting hab work for Kentucky to secure a Constitu- wo have been striving for tho past three ling cattle averaging ny conuue- person to your friends Do you noticeable on that cents. They were extra good ones. A. it and ouuht to be punished tional Couvention, and it promises to years that was moro previous one, and G WhiHey sold to Cogar A Voris his know tvhnt is tho matter, or has ment in the penitentiary. tike an equal period for that body to nwmniriVi tli.inonnnv . : tho chnngo been so gradual it has presence oi su many pa- crop of hemp for 1800 on 12 acres at M.50 draw up a constitution. Cincinnati En- that was tho This is tho crop escaped your notice ? Senator Vooiuikks will have smooth quirer. who are tho actual patrons of pub- per 112 pounds. rents The democratic sailing for wore they there, which was broken out last spiing nnd You havo Consumption After a long wrangle, the convention lic schools. Not only Legislature is majority in tho Indiana paid to not that which ia now being rotted. decided to adjourn from the 10th to but from tho manifest attention "Wo do not say this to frighten Advocate. 02. January Cth. Mr. Bruce Haldeman, the those who were speakers on that occa Danville you, but it is true. Tlicso aro tho stiro symptoms of this torriblo diseaso, Thero excellent reporter of sion, it showed that they were there for The vacant N. Y. district reports the P. T. liar mi in, beforo eating dinner in ono thing which will check it and that is purpose, and that purpose being for election of a democratic congressman, the proceedings, figures that tho body a Thanksgiving day, deeded to the of the common school leaving only the Rhode Island vacancy. will bo in session at least till April, but the upbuilding Church of tho Redeemer at in our county. One other thing It la recommended by the bet phrilciani In Europe and America. There will only bo 80 republicans in the it is dollars to cents that June will find it interest . i. Bft oeau, 80 ecala aad 11.00 par Battle. n.A l...l tr. nrttipn fful VHT i Bridgeport, Conn., of which he is a Cll'WBWOIV K" ". in the minori- at Frankfort, with the members still next House, putting them W. H. HOOKER &' CO.. 46 Wea Broadway, Now York. exercises, vir: loud stamping! member, a houso and lot worth. $10,000 . attend the hanging on to their per diem. ty- 159. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournrl NEWS CONDENSED. sena- DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Twenty-fou- r It is stated that six republican IT TC A JLH XJV Mor mrtiinCTTT )V -- 9 V- - W. WALTON. a A CHRISTMAS PRESENT I malie your selection of For your father, Mother, wife, sister, brother, relative or friend. Sub-Treasur- ies, Nothing 11 0. more desirable than some article of Dry Clothing, ' choseji from our stoch. Carpets, Boots, Hals, Fancy is ashed hundreds of times should buy for Christinas ly and the best answer all is: - O.-J- is Don't Throw Your Money Away Foolishly, but invest on some article at the Louisville Store. An opportunity afforded everybody, whether in search or in of something in our w ur ur our iur 1 want talh very plainly are bargains in truth and not infancy. you. The weather has thought the warm and its against us. Van-sickl- e, Su-peri- Snow Balls Would Hit You in the Back - impassable roads. are being pnmmeled But they didn't. Now must dispose of it. This is no newspaper have an immense stock and prices will cut. are overloaded in even department talh, but have marked prices accordingly. Don't and. sell our stoch quick lay but take hold of this opportunity and buy now. Comelii and ho cutting them right and left. It is a short time till Christmas and ire are get as many tickets as possible on that handsome Plush Parlor THE t LOUISVILLE . STORE . j SALINGER, rtluuuxcr. J. W. RAMSEY, . HARDWARE, QUEKiVSrARE first-cins- 1 ! ( J A. A. I WARREN'S GROCERY" n 1 glim-meriu- g In-gal- ls - f-V.25 1 Infants Children. fclra-ji- lptl Knu-Ujtlo- , - - ts HIGGINS &Jf KINNEY'S. Heating Cooking StovcsfCoal Hods, Fire Sets, StoveBoards. Coal 1 1 1 DO WHAT I Y0UJvfe AILS YOU? iKNOWn 1 Courier-Journal- 's Uui-veisa- list DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY. 1 ---- - "tij-i- n V k Y MNs Mattio Wilmore, daughter of Tub K., C. G. tfc L. is now running into Middlesboro on its own trnck from Judge K. L. Wilmore, of Nieholasville, Mai.aoa oiiait-- 2fle per lb S.S. My- the tunnel. -and well known here, will become the i . s i' re. mm of Mr. Scott Hudson, of Camp Dick Mr. Ferry King took wife Taken Hack. Stanford, Ky., Di:cn.MiiF.R 12, 1890 Kohinson, on tho 17th iiifit. Our junior Ohio Kivkk and .Micliin Salt at I III. Mr Geo. W. King back to tho lunatic ton's, Junction City, Ky. yesterday ns hu was becoming returns thanks for invitation. CHURCH AFFAIRS. worse at home. B.o.WALTON,BUB.Mana(tor 10 n est cash price paid for liidcH and The Kaptists at Passaic, X. J., lost Fkauimi that his body might bo ftire nt M. F. Klkin A Co'h. their line $150,000 church by fire. sought by tho doctors, owing to tho peKev. W. Y. Sheppard will preach in Take your eggs to Joe S. Jones' nnd culiar disease witli which ho died, Mr. MEANS 1USINESS. getiJOcts. Opposite Portman House. the Odd FcIIowh' Hall and a John 0. Nenl's body was placed in tho general invitation isextended to tho pubHilton, Junction City, has the largest vault for the present. Kvkhviiodv invited to call at A. It. lic to attend. mm stock of X mas goods south of the Ohio Kkikhinci to our article about the reJ. S. Stewart, treasurer of the mis Kiyer. turn of lirynnt Hutchison to his old sionary fund of the North Georgia Con- And Full of the Best Goods on the Market. We are still Sole Penny's and cxaminu hisstock of heanti-fi- ll Tin: stores nro fairly blooming with haunts, the Richmond Climax says he ference, is $10,000 short in his nccounts Agents for the Celebrated leautiful Cliristtnan goods. .Stti ti Clans was proprietor of tho Francis House and he has been displaced from the pound useful holiday presents. never had n larger lot from which to there IS) years ago, which ho traded for u sition. patent pump and then threw the pump Rev. I. S. McKlroy closed n ten days' make a selection. PERSONAL POINTS. nway. meeMng at Maysville, for Rev. IJ. W. Unmibtaiii.e pointers. Where to buy Juixjk M. 0. Saitlky went to Medan, in Central Presbyterian church, Also a Large Assortment of The noted case of J. K. Ilruco and when. Hero and now. First come yesterday. , Martin, for the possession of a hog, last Sabbath, with 'JO additions. Paris lirst served. See my grand display toMk. (J. (J. Wink Iihh returned from n MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S will be tried here tO'inorrow, when it is Kentuckian. day. W. 11. McKoberts. business trip to Kulmnks. mm expected the business houses nnd others ML VERNON. ROCKGASTLE COUNTY. .Mas. Um'aii Swkk.ni:y, of Ijuicaater, In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard A Faiisy 1'ai.ack. If you want to will close to enable the owners to attend. Anticipating an oil boom in this patsed through yesterday to Louisville spend a pleasant halMiour go to the Jailer Owens thinks of charging 25 cents Screwed. to visit friends. store of W. IJ. McKoberts. They havo admission to the court room and if he county, the price of lota are being raised, u new additions to the town nre being surMiss Maumik Hitiia.van went to something new to show you. docs he has a gold mine in sight. veyed nud building operations will begin Wednesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Hand-TurneDEA THS' 00INGS. Tiik finest assortment of holiday goods shortly. Goodyear Welts, in fact almost everything needed John A. HuMtniHii. Mon- in plush sets, fancy ornaments and novF. L. Thompson has purchased Mr. Maj. John I. Haiiiiih whs hero Mrs. Klizabeth IJ., wife of He v. J. T. lots in White's addition to Mt: Vernon the Boot and Shoe line. day night en route to tho Tobacco Grow elties, dolls, games and toys, doll buggies Ijipsley, of Lebanon, died Sunday. and children's wnirous at W. IJ. McKoband will erect a residence and storeere Association at Iniinvillt'. Died, of pneumonia, after a Bhort house thereon. Mr. J. J. Williams has Mit. Jons- It. Ai.kx sni:i(. who has erts. illness, Mr. Thomas Cole Colfey, aged bought a lot in the Gentry addition and been in California for three years, has Chasoks. Mr. S. W. Parris lins rent- 71'. A native of Wayne county, Mr. will build a residence. joined his nifennd daughter. ed Mrs. Kate Hays' house und Mrs. Ket- Colley came to Lincoln about 20 years J X MEXKFEE. James Hallow, who wus given J 30 in A C. SINE. Mk. Jamkh Nkvin Cahtkh lias taken n tle McKinney will go to Mrs. Matheny's. ago, and has since resided on the farm the police court for liquor selling nnd position in the Firnt National Hank (or Mr. J. J. MeRoberts will take the Misses that he purchased near May wood, lie who afterwards broke jail and later re the purioee of leurninu; the business. wns a descendant of Gen. Colley, who turned and surrendered, hns just receivHon. Wm. Kkhkklk, delegate to the Konzluy house now occupied by Mr. fought with (ien. Jackson in the Rattle ed a pardon from Gov. Kuckner, on a con. con. from Garrard, has obtained an mm of New Orleans, and his mother was a The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. peritiou from our leading citizens, as the indefinite leave of absence owing to Mystkiiy Kxi'Lainhd. The success of relative of Cleveland SASH, sickness. our jewelry ami silverwere department Like tho rest of his family he was noted evidence convicting him wus not ns strong ns it might have been and he had lins aceej)ted the hns been due to tireless efforts m intro- for Mil. .1. C. Fi.okh.stk DOORS, of his nobility of character, honesty position Of train dinpatcher and amiistiint ducing the newest fashionable articles. purfiose and great fund of common sufiered sutllciently for his indiscretion. SHINGLES, J5LINDS, SIDING, The election of a board of trustees, iiuintor of trains of the K., 0. G. A L. We have no old htock to work oil. Our sense. He wns married three times, judge and town marshal takes Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. with headquarters at Knoxville. goods are all of the finest grade and will first to a Miss Miller, second to n Mies police Mr. E. R. Smith, Mil. J. I. McKinnky, Superintendent bo sold until Jan. 1st regardless of cost. Haven nnd his third wife was the widow place here of the Signal, has been petitioned by WOVEN FENCE. of the Montgomery and Mobile Division W. K. McKoberts. of tlit3 late Shelby Stone, whose maiden of the citizens to allow his A N., and Mrs. MeKlnney, are of the wns Amanda Hudson, u cousin of IJ a i.i. Messrs. D. A. Twaddle ami G. name We carry a full stock of everything found in a name to bo used for police judge. There visiting relatives here Ami both are .Mrs. II. It. JMiutley. There were no will he no W. Kail, members of the Mercy Lodge of trouble to elect him if he looking in line health. children by the Intter marriage, but by Mn. W. G. Sam bin roitmed hi posi- Kuiirhta of Honor at Junction City, were the others there survives Mr. Marsh consents. Mr. Smith made an excellent tion as Master of Trains on Ihix division here Wednesday making arrangements Colley, Mis. I J. F. Ilnyden, Mrs. Z. T. judge when he had the place some years Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract and Mr. Frank Hnrrix. who uswl to be for a grand hull t be given by the lodge Hall and Mrs. Henry Newlaud, nnd since and tilled the place very accepta- for building. hINK k MKNKFKK, Stanford, Ky. chief train disKitchei, has ln'ti appoint- at Toot's Hall on the tttitt, for the benefit they with the widow mourn as kind a bly. palnlge. The admission will only hutdmud At the residence ot the hriile s ed in his stead. We are indeed sony of the and as indulgent and loving a J that Mr. S.du ami liia excellent family be 50 cents, lndius free, and it is hoped father as ever lived. Mr. Colley was a rents at Mitchell, Ind., Dec. :, Mr. Jas. Miss Rlauche Wolf. that all the lovers of the dance will at- member of will lenve us, but since th y are, the Christian church and un Cook was mairied to tend ami help a u'ood mum. Mr. Cook is a young lawyer of the Mt. of no jmtsohs wu would rather bar upright mnu in nil his acts and dealings. government return than Mr. Harris and his good He had amassed a comfortable fortune, Vernon bar, now holding a Lr.NATU . A. Talliott MarAiwi im.kka Watch Inspector L. & X. R. R., dealer in- position in the ollice of Collector wife. . Varnou and a but the good name that he leaves to his tin wm tried before at Richmond. The couple nre now ClfAMD VICINITY. jury Wodmtsdnj on a writ of lunacy and children is of greater value than the visitini: at Mr. Cook's old home at Pleasof a Meeting world. Many friends ordered to the asylum. For IS months riches UiMi-oSaturday night at S.S. Myers. ant Valley. They will go to Richmond or more he hns been in a melancholy and relatives followed the remains to n. it... mi, ...i..,,. t. u...:.i. ..:n .... ....... ..I..., u'... i. ...... i.... f.....,.,. VII IUU l.'bll, nilL-Iit.. ir..i. 'il. L7I11I111 win iu i vwiu miuj Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. niiuiiiuuiifj of wilt at J. U. Foh- - condition, during which he twems to im- i.iiiiiiiv Luiiiutvij Futsii fiiiini' his otllee doting. agine he Is the victim of all kinds of dis- where alter a snort talk hy Kov. John ter'H. Mr. Win. McClure, familiarly known eases. Ijitely he has grown more mo- Roll Gibson, they wore consigned to over tho county as "Uncle Uillv," died An kinds of nroduci) wanted. A. T. rose and has threatened often to kill his the tomb. his home S miles south of this place Nuunellev. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. After several months' illness of n at (Stanford, Ky.) wife and child, as well as himself. The last Sunday morning, of old nge. He had cottage v;u live In. doctors thought It best not to have him disenbo of the kidneys, Mr. John O. Foil Kent. The reached his 81st year. He was the fathJ.iivio and Mary Ken.ley. before the jury, so he will be taken to Neal passed from earth to the reward er of Judue McClure, county attorney. the asylum without knowledge of the that awaits the finally faithful, at It i m. Uncle Hilly iu the pant had been sheiill' Paiiunts, bring the little folks to HilFew better men have Wednesday. character of the place. of the county for many years and made ton's. Junction City, to se tho large lived in this county than John Neal and an excellent ollicer. His remains were U. II. Chunailt writes from Fort of candy. It'weighs 57 jsnimls. stick Mn. the good that he did will live long after while he would not advise the his body has returned to dust, Uorn in laid away iu the cemetery here Monday Scott that mjfiy imVjB' J-- i Foil Holiday gifts, books, teachers' bi'I 4 colored people against coming to Knnsns, Virginia he came to this section when by the Mabonio brethren in whose order bles, photograph nud autograph nlbums, lie had been an honored member for 10 but if they do come they should under Ac, go to W. II, McKoberts' and see the no circumstances buy laml from agents IS years of age und began to work with years. , something the determination of making lino displny. Three coons and n white boy surbefore seeing what they are to get. Con- of himself. In his 23d year he married MonIs Receiving His "Nor would I advise Mibs Sarah Ann Lewis, n sister of Dr. T. rounded a quantity of tangle-foo- t Foil Kent. The property now occu- tinuing he says: by Dr. J. K. VanArsdale in Stan- them to go west of the central part of M. Lewis, and for y? years they havo day night and instituted a grand march pied ford, Ky. Possession given January 1. the State, from the fact that farming lias been to each ether loving and tender in the streets, accompanied by an chorus. On account of the in.las. T. Craig, Agent, llustonville, Ky. not proven profitable in that section. help meets. She survives him and in Gitfe him a call. Some of tho best farming lands in South- her loneliness the sympathy of all true ability of the marchers to keep proper Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Tin: nice little sketch of the blind vio- eastern Kansas can be bought at this and the remarkably poor time tln-never had any step linist's life, which appears on our ilrtt time nt $10 to $20 per acre nnd if they hearts is with her. They children, but they raised and assisted in made in their grand chorus oU'orts, the page, was written by his gifted daughter were on the ground and willing to wait raising several, among them Miss Dovie town marshal was called in as drill masMies Fvelyn Heine, whose singing is n there are frequently times when they Talbott, now about grown. When the ter, They soon caught on to his style big feature of the concert. could do even better than this." late civil war broke out, Mr. Neal enst and made double quick time to the lock" ! now lost up, where Jailer King wielded the baton CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. A. K. Penny is still sulllng wntches, SiN.ii.Ati. -- Wedmsday night there his foi tunes at once with tho clocks and anything in the jewelry line arrived at cause ami became a member of Co. A. for their benefit until they were claimed the Portman House by the K at cost. Thev are selling like hot cakes C. 'bus a closely veiled lady, w ho said in the famous 0th Kentucky Cavalry of by ye Morpheus. $2 50 with rock pile Coffee, Molasses, Tea, Sugar, Syrups, Honey, The stock is kept up, new goods arriving she wanted to goto her room and have (ien. Morgan's command. Those who attachment. in mind that Salt, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, no better sol Lard, Flour, Meal. nlmost daily. Hut b"r her meals sent to her. Squire Portman served with him say that NKW ADYEUTISKMEXTS. they sell for cash only. Krlng the mon- Aikett her to go to his wife's room till n dier ever fought for the Confederacy ey with you. he. Always ready for duty and FARINACEOUS GOODS: fire could be mndo for her, but sho said than knowing no such word m fear, ho was Richmond Cli- she preferred te go to tho dining room As we Maccaroni, Cheese, Spices, Flavoring Extracts, several times promoted and it is told of max says that the witnesses ngninst W. Sho was shown thither and there she him that on one occasion he took tho Strayed or stolen, about ,i wroli ago, from my Citron, Figs, Raisins, Prunes, Currants, II. Smith, who murdered Robert San- burst into team. When her room wns tenmsters nnd lonfers around the camp posture near I'omt Leavcl, Garrard tenuity, thru pearling Mil. KS; one bav mare mule, one black Parlor and Hall Lamps, Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, ders, nre all dead or gone and that tho ready she went to it and asking for her ' Sequatchie alley aim captured an tin. anil the other a black horse rnulc I will five in the return "Queensware and Tinware. prisoner hns been liberated. Of course bill paid it and paid she wished to be entire regiment of volunteers that had $.10 reward for ofthetbief. ot the mulct and o for tl.e conviction hnvo called for the '7 a. m. train. Sho gave NIXON PKKKINS. ho knew that or he would never been enlisted and were preparing to 8itf Point I.eavell Ky. returned to fnco such music ns would her name as Mrs. Herring, but did not start to the army. For this act of bravtho trial with tho state her resilience. A few hours afterhave awaited him nt Morgan gave him n commission National wards n pnrty of Indies nnd gentlemen ery Gen. Building1 & Loan Association, witnesses to the bloody deed present. as captain to return to Kentucky and . camt over from iJMicaster nnd after a Messrs. Schutt A Lu- great denl of weeping nnd walling, they raise a compauy. En route hither ho OK LOUISVILLE, KY. PitoNooiiAi'H. cas, representing the Kdinon Phonograph took tho lady with them home. The was captured and under an order from JOHN II. LEATHERS, Prendent; DUNLAP.Vice-PrnideiiCo., will give an exhibition at the Fe- whole thing is shroudeiT in mystery, ns Gen. Kumside declaring that nil ConfedJOHN They soldiers caught in tho Federal termale College this afternoon no word dropped from any of tho party erate ritory should bo treated as spies, ho was The Safest and Best Investment Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall will nttnch a trumpet to tho instrument to excuse the singular proceeding. Today In the State. taken to Louisville and condemned to be bo that every one in tho room can hear Paper, Fine Cigars and Tohaccos, Watches, Clocks, will Casey Co ncr. Messrs. K. C. Wnrren shot at such time as suited his captors. Dues 6o cents per iharf per month No deductions nt the same time. Afterwards they from monthly dues for uny purpose. nt McKobeits and K. C. Walton returned from tho Ca. In lid ti'rrihlo Hiisoensu ho remained Jewelry and Silverware. leavo the phonograph i it wonders can be Hoy court yestenlny niul report h larse boiiv weeks till tho nssistnnco of lien Paid 12 Per Coat, tho First Yoar drug store, where crowd In utteiulance. Thero is much in- Boyle was Bccured and ho interceding Of business. tested for n smnll consideration. terest felt in the trinlofLnwreuco Drown with the authorities secured Mr. Neal'a livery JS.oo Invested 'on to shares' Earn $.Voo. A whit of habeas corpus was tried Returning homo after tho Tho Railroad who killed IUitl Hitfe, n nero mnn, in release. For particulars, writo C. M. PHILLIPS, Judge Vamon yesterday. Mrs. M. tho presence of tho court while ho wus close of hostilities, Mr. Neal applied himV4 West Main St , Louisville, Ky. a 2. T3 S. Austin, the grnndmotherand guardian on trial for killing Brown's brother at. self elo!ely to his farm and amassed X n C. Austin, got out the writ to the last term of the court. Tho case was quite a good estate, while giving much m 0 of Roy mP 2 compel F. M. Wnro to turn the boy over called Wednesday afternoon and n por- - of his substance to charitable objects. CX. , ., 5nrv obtained. Since Brown He was a member of the Turnersvillo o to her and after liwinnjj tier oMiiencu, .. n s I would respectfully inform my old friends ai,d seems tho JiuIko granted the prayer. It br0Ufiijt back from the Danville jail Christian church for many years nnd his customers that I am again at work at my profes: S B and would be pleaieJ to receive any uork in that it was Mr. Ware's intention to semi n iniurd of oix men has been on all thol place there was never vacant, when in sion way of the EL rt a " tho boy, who is his nephow, to tho Bap- time to prevent his friends from rescu- his power to attend. A good mnn bus w Asylvin nnd it was to this ing hltn. W. E. Whipp for maliciously fallen. May tho sod rest lightly over Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repairtist Orphan ' service nt the gruve After a short ing. H S c that tho old lady objected. shooting Fcrrill was acquitted. A :ood him.afternoon by Kev. John Bell Gibson, w 2 H P 3 Also repairing Sewing Machines. Uuns, Pistols, cases were disposed last Lock, &o All tlnlnilv wns laid to rest in BtitTalo says that it is of- many misdemeanor Tub Courier-Journa- l H. Pftssuioro and Mrs. Austin, cemetery surrounded by friends who had ficially announced that V. 1. Tiko, nt of. J. runners, are come from lar ami near to pay me iasi Work Neatly nnd Promptly Dono S two prominent blind-tige"5 And Warranted by Jtf present master mechanic of tho L. & N., tribute of respect. U superinton-den- t catching it on every side. A dozen or will succeed Mr. Downs as D a, 5 THOMAS RICHARDS, Stanford, Ky. cases against each has been tried MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. o Koom up stairs, Odd Fellows' building, cntranca of this division. It is said of Mr. more P combined amount of already and tho 3 denext door to 3 Pike that tho promotion is a richly Twenty-fiv- e years ago a sweet young $S0Q. Tho grand ho will make nn tho fines will exceed served one, nnd that jury is said to bo doing good work nnd pill in Franca married a wealthy old J. 3. WELLS', Ph. O. Proeo. OHc. B. H. DAMK8, Jowoler, excellent qfllclal. His service with the the violators of the prohibitory law will man of 85. Ho has just diedat the ripo I have removed my officcto my residence, oppo ho L. & N. dates back many years, and if reports in apo of 120 and the widow is too old to site Kerosle College, where I will ba found at all i..n,. i,(.in retarded as ono of the havo to seek other climes i am Street, Opp. STANFORD, Ky HUGH REID.' times. 94 true. marry again. . regard to them are beet uiecluuicslii the South. Semi-Weekly InteriorJourha. Holiday Goods nt A. A. Warren's. m m m h, - m BOOTS & SHOES Our 1 1 m m m t, m Stoek is Now Complete Buell Waterproof Boots, le x SHOES, 1 m Imi-isvill- HA2TD SEWED & MACHI2TE SEWED, d, - STAGG & McROBERTS. Sal-ingu- r. Stanford Lumber Yard, FLOORING, CEILING, nt IjrjJIBEE, LATH, Manufacturers of WIRES. SLAT 1 two-third- s FIRST C3U5.S3 LUMBER "5TAHD. ROBE S3T FEFJZEL, -- Jule Bnr-na- ui o PITCHES mm km iEWELRY car-loa- d m m m -- H.6.RUPLEYr- 1 V-- it ,ftjj,'l wJk m ear-splitti- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. m- Fine and Staple Groceries, $100.00 Howard. ;i:-- I- -. L DRUGS and JEWELRY M AMQPIIDIEIN Best -- at'-M- K be-fo- ro 1 WATOI, Watch. 8t-- TO THE ; PXJB3CXC. o 1 Mi : - x j r - n 58-- tf Couri-Hsuj- e, . riin ft .s4 -- k TK Dl - - w .vt'kki!& l Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal EDIE AND I. 6Wr and brother for mnnr Edit! and n yenr, Publlabed Evorr Tuesday and Friday AT Se JPJCIt not so paid YKA1UN ADVANCK $2.50 will be chargcM.- Sharing bright weather and facing the drear, Kdle and I. Keen Is our tore as n sw or J free from rust, Tinn weldi the closer our absolute trust. So shall It bo till e Urth are but duit, Edio and I. I; Just to know K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning Kdioaml I; Never grow formal ami distant and strange, thl, tli.it wo never shnll change, tt SMJP-- L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 IiOvors may fade like a comet's brief Ilnmt', Friendship is often but friendship in nanus Come what come may we are always tlio same. Edits and L Kdloaudl. .....1 Mail train gome North 1 16pm ' " South.... " it 39 pm Express train" South U Vnrlh H II .......37 am 630am ..oral Freleht North....".' 3iP South.. The latter traini also c arry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about ao minutes taster 50 a m Brother and sister and heart within heart, Kdieaml I; Chaos nor death cannot driro us apart, Edio and I. Steadfast, as those who have died for a creed. True to each other In word and in deed, Never to fail In the hour ot need, Kdle and I. Ernest McUaffey In Chicago Herald. ON APPROVAL. f ROYAL I.KVJ m&K, POWDER Absolutely Pure baking; all in leavening strength.-- U. A cream ol tarter - powder Hijhestof S. Gosernmer.t Ke-po- rt Aug. 17, '8J9- . RICHARD C. WARREN Is a CnnJ.dite for Auditor of the State of party. .uu.cct to the will of theDemocratic Ken-ucky. Dn A. S. PRICE, Office SURGEOy DENTIST. on Mam street, over W. B. McRoberti' Drug Store, Stanford. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, up stairs.' Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless extracting STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. OfficelSouth side Mam street, in office recently vacated byJDr. L F HutTiuan. Stanford, Ky J.J. ALLEN B. F ATWOOD ALLEN & ATWOOD, jfl RSEL ESTJITE HGEETS. Johnson City, Tenn. WM.AYRES JAS.G G1YENS. m AYRES &IGIVENS, Attorneys .at Law, 327 Fifth St., tot-y- - - Louisville, Ky. FRANK MAKIMON. Shreve Building. r JAS.G. GIVENS. GIVERS 5 HHRIMQH. REAL ESTATE, Pineville, 1 - - Kentucky. Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber Lands bouf.ht or sold on Commission, Correspondence 101 yr solicited. THE COHMERCl&L HOTEL J. B. OWENS, Manager, Harrodsburg, H - Kentucky. I have taken charge ot this popular hotel manner in every and intend to run it in a respect. It is being papered and painted from bedding is being renovated and top to bottom, the everything done to make it pleasant and comfortable for guests. The table shall never be surpassJ H.OWENS. ed by hotelsin this section. first-clas- s m THE F. I RILEY B. HOUSE, Kontucky. FRANK RILEY. RILEY, Proprietor, London, 77 - - have moved to my new Hotel and am Lcttei prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call, C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, at TANFORD, KY. Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished 30 factory prices. IfcREAMfljf n. Roller Extract. CREAM Extract . IS OUR BEST FLOUR, BUT EITHER GOLD MEDAL, IDOL-KIN- G ob SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY. call that thing?" I asked, poking with my stick at n bunch of grapes jxised airily upon n brass stand. "That thing," replied my cousin proudly, "is the very latest Parisian fashion in bonnets." I sink back into tho littlo lounge that ran along tho side of the room you 'onldn't insult anything so dainty with the name of "shop" and gazed upon its owner with, an exclamation moro than appropriate. It must tit once bo confessed that she was a charming object to gazo at. Thero was an expression of wicked amusement in her largo gray eyes, and tho black gown she still woro in mourning for her husband poor Jack Henderson, who was killed in tho Sondan set off tho lines of her slender young figure, and threw her golden hair and fair skin prettily into relief. "Pull yourself together, my dear boy," sho continued, opening tho door of an old carved oak cabinet, "and I will bIiow you something that even your crude male intellect will appreciate. If you don't say it's lovely I'll never let yon inside tho shop again. You may flatten your noso against tho window, or stroll disconsolately up and down tho street in vain No more chats, 110 more tvas in tho back room!" So saying, she lifted gingerly from the shelf a a largo hat, and plauting it upon her pretty bead turned triumphantly toward me. It was lovely quite lovely a sort of arrangement in amethyst velvet and feathers to match. Being only a miserable and ignorant male of courso I can't describo it, but it was uncommonly becoming, and mado Nina look hko a Gainsborough picture. I told her so and gushed over it sufficiently to satisfy her. "It's my own idea, shape and all, and there isn't another hko it in tho world. I may possibly copy it, but I'm not sure. It depends upon who buys it. How I wish you were n woman, Ronald!" sho sighed regretfully, "and I would make you buy it for Ascot "I wish I were, my dear. But why don't you go and wear it yourself?" "Gracious! and leave tho shop for a whole day nt this early stago of its existence? You guardsmen luive no moro idea of business than a baby. No, I can't go; but I hope you'll have a lucky day and a good time, and Ronald dear, if you wero nico yon'd just look in ono day soon and tell mo what sort of day you had. Oh, and bo sure you don't forget to notico what hata and bonnets people woro." I promised to do my best, and took my leave reluctantly as a largo and portly matron, gorgeously arrayed, and whoso features unmistakably betrayed her Semitic origin, sailed in and demanded a small "flower bonnet." That woman in a flower bonnet! I hopo, poor soul, that Nina saved her from herself. "What are you going to do this afternoon, Ronald?" asked my mother, threo days later. "I wish you to come and call with mo on tho Vanderdeckens." "Can't, my dear mother. Promised to go and see Nina." Visions of Miss Vanderdecken, rich as Croesus, but oh! so deadly dull, hastened my movements, and I was half way to Oxford street before my mother could call mo back. I found Mine. Destrier, us my cousin calls herself, just parting with a customer. The hat was in her hand. "I've sold it," she cried gleefully; "just sold it to that nice girl for five guineas." "Awfully glad, I'm sure. Bnt, my dear girl, I've a shock in Btore for yon. I saw the very model and marrow of that hat at Ascot tho day before yester day." "You couldn't, you couldn't! Who was wearing it?" she cried sharply. "One of our reigning professional beauties Lady Loddington." 'Lady Loddington!" gasped Nina, catching hold of tho cliair behind her. "Ronald, are you sure you aren't making any mistake?" "I swear I'm ndt. Sho had on a frock tho color of tho hat, and sho looked simply ripping. I paid her all the compliments I could think of in tho five minutes I was talking to her." "The cheat, tho swindle of it!" cried my cousin, whito with anger. "My dear girl, calm yourself! I'm sorry for you, but groat minds, as you know, will jump, and somo other clover woman has had tho samo idea ns yon." Nina was past taking any notice of the insulting suggestion. Sho seemed thoroughly upset by tho coincidence, and looked ns if she wero going to cry. "Why did I ever go into business?" sho cried miserably; "it's simply awful to get bohind tho sevnes Hko this and find ont how mean women well bred women who ought to know Ixitter can bo. Wo wero all brought up with tho old fashioned noblewso obligo ideas. Ron you wero too and it seems to mo now that there is hardly any ono in society who has a notion of honor and dignity, ns we used to understand the terms. Socioty! After nil I'm thankful I'm more or less out of it It's just a herd of people, pushing, struggling, sell "What on onrth tVyo pro-fan- o I ing everything for notoriety nnd money." "Hear, heart Your sentiments, mad- But I don't think thoy should le wasted on tho inero fact that some other woman has mado n hat like yours." "Sho hasn't!" cried Nina indignantly. "Lady Loddington was wearing this very hat! Listen, I'll tell you tho whole story. Tho same afternoon you called a lady camo in beautifully dressed and asked to soo somo hats. I saw who sho was, though I've never met her, I don't want to meet her," savagely; "one sees quito enough of her in all tho shop windows." "Ono does," I remarked, sotto voce. "Sho wanted a hat tho color of this one; so 1 brought it ont and showed it to her and told her tho price, and explained why it was so luqx'nsive. 'Oh, I don't mind giving that for tho hat,' sho said, 'it is well worth it. I am quito in lovo with it, Mine. Destrier, but I daren't buy it without letting my husband see it. He is so very particular alout what I wear. Could I have it sent round tonight for him to look at? I would let you know somo time whether I would take it or not.' Of course 1 said I should be glad to send it, nnd she gave me the address, nnd the hat wont round thero that evening. Last night she sent it back nnd said sho was very sorry, but Lord Loddington didn't think it suit ml her. I thought it looked it little tumbled, but one has to run those risks when one sends goods on approval. Sho had determined to havo that hat just to wear for the one day, and sho was too mean to get it honestly." "Of courso you'll havo it out with hor you'll expose her?" I said. I was as angry and disgusted as Nina, who stood opjwsite me, with her pretty eyes and cheeks flaming with honest in dignation. "My dear loy, I would if I dared, but I can't niTonl to. It would drive half my customers nway from me, and I must think of Hugo nnd Giles. They don't cost much while they are such tinies, but I want to give them every advantage, tho darlings, nnd I was left so badly off, and tho business is just lightning to pay so well. I daren't run tho risk of exosing Lady Loddington's meanness." "I had forgotten your children. No, I see it wouldn't do. Trust mo to give her a mauvais quart d'heure, if I get tho chauco." "Promise you'll bo careful. Think of the boys!" "I won't injuro tho dear little chaps, you best of mothers." "Well, in that case, I only hojw fortune mny favor you." Fortuno did favor me nt last, but she kept mo waiting till tho autumn, like the fickle jado she always is. My chance camo in this wise: My undo asked mo up to his place in Scotland for shooting, and I went Tho old gentleman is a very connoisseur of beauty, and every pretty womnn of note is IhiuiuI to be asked up to D. sooner or later. I got thero in timo to dress hurriedly nnd appear in tho drawing room just as my undo was telling every ono whom they wero to tnko in. I was introduced to some girl I haven't n notion who sho was, but I gave her my arm and took her down to dinner, murmuring commonplaces on tho way. Tho trnth is, 1 was half famished with my journey and my ono idea was dinner. It was not till I waa well on with the fish stage that 1 looked nt my left hand neighbor. It was Ludy Loddington herself. "I haven't seen you sinco wo met nt Ascot," eho remarked pleasantly. Sho certainly is a mast lovely woman, by tho way. I stared blankly, and sho went on, with an air of well acted reproach: "I believe you have forgotten we ever met there." Hero was my chance; I seized it "Forgotten! Why, I rememlwr every word you said, tho color of your gown, and even tho very hat you wore the loveliest and most becoming hat I ever saw in my life." The compliment told. "I don't bolievo you do," sho pouted. "Upon my word I do. It was a sort of big affair of amethyst velvet and feathers to match. I remember it with double force because I mado a cousin of mine quito angry with the mere description of it. ' 1 don't know if you havo ever met her? Sho has gone into millinery, like everybody else. Sho calls henelf Mine. Destrier.' " I looked Lady Loddington full in tho face, and laid a peculiar emphasis on tho name. I never saw any ono so thoroughly caught in my life. I know in a moment that sho knew I knew, as Punch would put it. Sho turned perfectly scarlet to the roots of her hair, and then quito white, and didn't sieak for at least a moment. Then sho pulled herself together as only a woman can, and adroitly changed tho subject. But sho has been monstrously civil to mo ever since, much to the surprise of my friends. I am plain nnd uninteresting: I am not a personage; I haven't a farthing not even expectations and they enn't make out where tho attraction lies. Thoy had better ask Mmo. Destrier, of Oxford street, to enlighten them. London World. DEADWOOD, CASEY COUNTY. Tho school hero will close Thursday. K. P. Claypool is stripping out his crop of tobacco and it is of tho very finest quality. Mr. Than Kckles had a fine cow killpd by the train hiet week nnd Mrs. K. is ralsim: sand about it, too. Jane Bryant was arrested last week at the instance of John Kstes, which makes iivo arrests and as tunny trials that havo grown out of n trouble over a little farm worth about $.0 and not one cent of money has either party paid to tho ollicers for their services in nil these cases. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL Spa-cia- This eld maintain Ing its fine reputation. Charc.es reasonable. l attention to the traveling public. AI. P NEWCOMM. Prop., Mt. Vernon, Ky. 83-1- MT. VERNON, KY. and Hotels still QBftgty MILES FOB. HEITT. Ilaslnc tested the Menelse Stable, I now offer S I'AIII li on Lancaster street fur twit It has ten larg;e lhx Stalls and is the very bet place in the iHinty for a laik and Horse Uiul (or my NEW sBBBaaK Twenty miles the Shortest to Making direct connecti"i de-p- (F;fyJ:iiLt J the enmint: seasun Call on iraddre 77-t- f A Urge itern at the dtwr Stanford A T Nt'NNI-M.KY- . I. M. 1IRUCE, LiVEF.V, Last Saturday as tho early morning train was rlimbim: the steep grade here, the engine stalled and refused to budge another inch and Engineer Henry Meade hnd to sidetrack his entire train Truly and return to Yoseiuitu empty. tho C. G. is a wonderful road. Colored Department. SALE AND FEED STABLE, STANFORD, KY. SPECIAL travelers Only hrst-clats ill Central Union fur St. Louis, Chicago, Michigan Points, llulfalo, Cleveland, Oetroit, West, IlidinnapolW and the New England, Canada, t. COMMKUCIAL Horses and mules bought and sold horsesaud vrhWIes in Ihrrv A IfENrToN Now ird Philadelphia, Hattimore, Wiishinctnn, (jm ke.t time to Harrodsburg, Kraukfort, Ky. Ruhmufid, VIKi.lSIA Shortest and Quickest tine to York, Iloston, .XjL, 1890. Blue-Gras- s KfJIiJW M'ty-thiH- g ((DBOHAK, bat-ga- Nurseries. To the Editor Interior Journal Mrs. Narcissus Good, who has been very low with pneumonia, is improving slowlv. The united club of tho various churches gave a grand supper at the Baplist church' Nov. '."., for the benefit of the aboved named church. Their next supper will bo at the Christian chinch Hoc. Kl. Mrs. Mary Carter, who has been very sick so long, is much better and will move soon. Mis. E. Wilson has purchased a new organ and is prepared Give her a to give musical instruction. call. This is tho first opportunity Stanford has ever had among tho colored peoplo to hnve their young people instructed in music and they should re deem the time. Mrs. Edtnonia Givens, of Tiirnoreville, has for two weeks been visiting friends in Louisville. Sho returned home Saturday. A missionary society was organized at tho A. M. E. church. Tho regular meeting is the 1st Sunday in each month at --' p. . An interesting programme will be furnished . for the occasion. We hope them Wilson returned from DanElder ville, where ho has been holding a revival meeting for Rev. J'. W. Frszier. They are having grand success. The Christmas tree at the Christian church Christmas eve and at A. M. E. church Christmas night. Eggnog has played out None but the fogies practice it now for Christmas. Prof. Fletcher has gone to Camp Nelson to visit friends. sue-cess- Immense stock of fruit and oriumeutal trees. am (.Mpevines, Asparagus, .mall for thu lawn, orchard and garnott. We have no ugeat, but ll direct at lew prices to the plan- me tur catalogue to II. K HILl.KNMKYKIl, Lexington, Ky. li. Solid Trains, cars, smoking cars and coaches, Pullman Itnndolr Sleepers through without cli.inee via Chattan oga, llirmlnliarn, Merld an r.aklng direct onnei ilnns en loute fur Knox villi, Asheville, I.ym hburgand points In the ir 04-- .Farm For Salo. I offer for sale pritatrlv the Ileum Hester farm f 60 acre of h Huts land m acres Kitrr, town m wheat up .uiri all rigM baUnre in The dwelling has rooms, there is a new bain, goMt ell, fine uri bard and tctuing nearly new I'rrms. halfcj.h, balance in tine and twnjear., P with interest. It im.i sold will ! for lent li era. itnm given Januarv J W. ADAMS. Stanford. Ky . '')' CT.EC. DILLIONS SWITCH. KY. Dealer In HILTON go.ds. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming ton, Charleston, Augusts, Mncon, Savannah, llrunswick, Lake City, Ihnmasville and FLORIDA points The oulv line running solid trains with choice Pullman llosidoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to Jacksonville without change lor any class of passengers or brocage. Selma and Montgomery, Hunlsville, Decatur, Klorciur. Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Shortest and quickest to A rims ton Scltrra, Mobile Pnrrt connections made at NHW ORLEANS without omnibus transfer for Gajvcstoo Houston, Austin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jacksun and icksburg, La , making lue t connections Miss. Shrrvep-ir- t Dallas Tort Worth, without ninmus transler Austin San Anlonia, Kl Paso and polntsltt . fr TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. I'nr through rales) corieit county maps and lull information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky, oraddre.s ritANR. V. WOOLLKY. Trav Pass Act , Lesington, Kv. D. G. EDWARDS. C.C. hARVKV G P. A T. A., Vice President. Cincinnati O Dry Goods, Notions, Huts, Capo lleots, Shoes, Cthlng, Hardware, (Queens, ware, Tinware, Furniture and a 1 Conoral Lino of Crocorlos, All kinds of Produce taken In tichangt for PostolTice, Livingston, Ky. Fancy Candies, Cross Ties, Ac. Articles of Incorporation Sec 1 The undersigned, Chrlsm.n Goch, I) O (Jooch, Nathan Situlelon, W. R. HcynuMt, t. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLo. RAILROAD. lio & No dianapolis and Chicago and is the only line run hng '1 hrough Rtclining Chair Cars b.twecn On-- c nnati, Keokuk and Springfield, III. andSlcepIng Csr Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the Iletween Cincinnati, Dayton Lima, Tjledo, Detroit, the Lake Regions and Canada. The road is .ne of the oldest in the State ol Ohloand the onlyhne entering Cincinnati over s rerttfd can i.l..l.t.i..rl tt.t r.fimtt. morn than assureits patrons speed, comfort ami . ssiety Tickctson sale everywhere, and see that they read C , II AD, either in or out of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or Toledo. E. O McCORMICK, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. The Ouiiunati, Hamilton A Dayton R X is Inc only line running Pullman's Perfected Safety Vestibuled Trains, with Chair, Parlor. Sleeping nnd Dining Car service between Cincinnati, In- Tho Finest on Earth. Only Dlroct Lino .i. ntt best The ... ped hands, chilblains, corn, and all skU erup v , 7 . 110ns ana positively cuic ed. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, cents per boa. Price 5 or money refunded Hor sale by A R. Pennv, Suulord, Ky. Bucklen's Arnica Salve salve in the world for cuts, bruises, ..i..k...M fu.p .or... inter, rhlh- - nii the Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield 'III , makes on statement that she caught cold, which settled .... - .......... -- . hvrluntrs; sne was iimcu family physician tut crew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no medicine could cure her Her rugKist suB. tor gested the use of Dr King's New Discovery debottle and to her Consumption; she bought She light found herself benefited from first dose she continued its use and after taking ten bottles own found herself sound and well, now decs her rree was. housework and is as well as she ever A II I en- trial bottles of this Great Discovery at ... uu urge ooinc. ny sdruK store; Itomarkablo Roscuo i. T t.ooch, citizens of l.iiuoln count y Ky . have The Greil this day associated ourselves together as ti corporation, under the previsions of Chapter V) of (he General Statutrs f Kentucky, under the name of the Olive Cemetery Company at Olive, Lincoln county, Ky. To The s 1 The general nature of the business of this corporation shall be to acquire real and personal property by purcha.t, gilt, divi or in any other wny, and fused, convey and dispose of the W.th same by sale or mortgage or aihorwite , said properly to te used for Cemetery iturooses only Sec. j. The amount f capital slock authorlred to bn issued in the nameal the eotpentlon snail consist of not mure than two kundit-- j (to.) shares of the saluc uf one dollar Si each, the same to be Louisville paid In at the lime and place ol the organisation of this Company. To Nashville, Sec. 4. 1 he business ol said corporation shall ittjo, and shall Memphis, begin on the 10th day nl October, continue in business lor twenty five, years Sec 1. The affairs ul said corporal n shall be Montgomery, conducted by a Hoard f Directors. cn.poed f not less than five stockholders, a m)rlly of wham Rock, shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business Said Directors shall bo elected annualMobile and Now Orleans. ly by the stnckholders Sec. ft. The hlghe.t amount of indebtedness or hall subject Nowport.News & Miss. Vallov Co liability to which this corporation of. the paid up capital itself shall be stock. Only one change to points in Sec 1 She private prnpeity of the sharehold-crsshal- l l ctempt from the cbrperate debts Sec 8. The Hoard of Directors .hall have and regulaer to make and adopt such tions as they may deem proper, and by said byEMIGRANTS laws may create such offices as may be necessary to carry on the business of said corporation and present- - the duties of same. They mar Seeking homes on helin of this road will receive shall Sp.tul rales. prescribe in said by laws the bonds required of any or all of said officers, and provide for the fill- .tc sTSce agents ot this Company for rates, routes or write 10 nflices or in the Hoard of ing ot vacancies in said C. l. ATMOUE O. P. A T. A.. Directors, and may prescribe the compensation r Louisville, Ky (01 nay of said uffii ers for service. Sec 9. Any one mav become a member of this by subscribing lor one or moro shares corporation Sec 10 This Compeny shall have power to receive donations by ifift or by will or any other way 'and to loau sums, protided the borrower shall give security by mortage or any other safe method el security. I he principal of said fund can never be used, but the intcrcstcanbe used for Cemetery Tho Shortont and QutolcoHt Route from purposes In testimony of the foregninir, we the under Central Kontucky to all polntu North, signed, have hereunto subscribed our respective East, Woat and South-Wos- t. Fast names. This Nov NATHAN SINGLETON. Lino botwoon Loxlngton and CincinCRIS.MON GOOCH, THROUGH TRUNK LINE- SOUTH & WEST Atlanta, Little 1 f one-ha- by-la- ARKANSAS & TEXAS. 1 th-i- Kentucky Central R.R. "iiijtnc CrRAsa nouTJC." jv St D 0 t.tiOC'll, G T t.OOCH, W P KKy.NOLDS nati. SCHEDULE IN KFFECT NOV No. 1. South-Houn- i, ijo, No. o, Kx A 1 No. 4 Wm. Timmons, postmaster ol Idavillc, Indiana, fur me has done writes "Electric Hitters combined, more for that bad than all other medicines " feeling arising Irom kianey John Leslie, farmer and stocuman, u. .....t y- j, says: "Kind Electric Hitters to be the best kid anew ney and livi-- r medicine, made me feel like same . hardware merchant, nun j. c r.i.Anr iniiers is uu m . town, says a man who is all run down and don't care wheth erheluesor dies; he found new strength, roc-appetite and fell just like he had a new lease n life. Only 5c a bottle at A. R. Penny's drug store 1 1 "r-lect- Happy HooulorB. !J?UJL Lvc Lve Lve Arr Arr Lve Arr Arr Arr Arr Lve Arr Arr Hslly- 8 1 There aro 2ci,000 members of tho North r I. Plinrr.li nt KiintltrikV. , a until 01 . , v. .11. IJ. v. ...- 597 diirinn the year, with a loss of 120 probationers. They havo --' TJ cntircnen, an increase of ei,ht rmreonaRCA. -- W M Winchester.. i 10 p m Richmond.... r 35 p in Lancaster.. . J 10 p m m .. $ 43 Stanford. Richmond . 1 10 pin llerea 3 oj p in Llvmgton ... 510 p m . Falmouth.... 9 .1 a ... ti 8 1 Paris Livingston, u 10 p 11 a; a Paris Cincinnati .. Covington.... Iioamlatpm'aopmm a p 08 m J 18 un. ml y 16 p m ml o ij p rn ml 1 1.1 p m ni ... mi a 3 5,J 5 16 5 J ... .... . ;ia v. " f ra p ra o p rn 37 s in 15 i m . !!!'.)r .TT""'. North Hound. No. t. No. 1. . m the club struck a wheel, broko out four or five spokes and cnused a rider to take a homier. They all dismounted and mado for thu lxy. Tho parents put in an piearance. Betwoen English nnd German it was difficult to muko them understivnd what tho l)y had done. Finally tho affair was illustrated by thu production of tho clnb and tho wheel. Then tho old man turned on tho boy and gave him a ternblo whipping. When he got through tho wifo continued on in a second edition. All efforts to induce payment for tho broken wheel wore in vain. Tfiey were williug c pound tho boy, but had no monoy to re pair damages. West Chester (Pa.) Record. , 4J p ,n ; 5, , Lvelaris 4,5pm l.ve lalmouth.... 4 u 5 9 iS Ilivlni? removed my llarber Shop to the Com Arr Covington. .. 5 40 p m 10 44 a in 6 jo p to m a in 37 n m ercial liotrl, I am prbpared to a . ommodate la Arr Cincinnati ... 3 30 p m 10 50 am 6 43 p n, dies as well as getitl'ineti in anytbuir tliey mav The "n'oiKlerful Tower. with lu my line, Cluldren also wmtea on can On the.Maysville Branch, No 9. leaves Paris at IrSSE THOMPSON. Tho hlRhest struetu''- - in Uio world Is Elliot mi me. 7 53, am and No. 11, at 517, p ,n, arriving Towor, nt l'uri. I.imsj fen hlgn. InCcinmercUl Hotel. Hut Iho grout at Maysvilleatioio.am, and discovery of Ur I'riinklin Miles Is corlnin to p m. No. 10 leaves Maysville at 3 ao a m, 7js, towur far ;lmvi lllu promoting human arriving at Pans at ". 740, am. No. 13 leaves Maysville at 130 he;ilib. This iMind-rfnerve mfdi-rlnwjrt',"i"iJ,.l'J- - r7.sarnvesat Parisat 4 io,p in. These trains and build up wnrnoiit .vs'ms. curat tits, ars Only I'nrtlnl Satisfaction. dally cacept Sunday. dizzt tioinurh". No 1 runs daily from Lemnglon to Cincinnati, Another incident of tho wheelmen's spnsnis.sleiti'ssns nerxo is yprii.ir.Hiuii. eiu.l ncss, pnlns. month No 43 leaves Lexington 1000 am: arrives Paris excursion over to Europe wo overheard troubles, tc. Uri. Jonu . .Mil.er. of Vulpu-rnisn- , 10 43 am; except Sunday iml., un J I). Tuior of l.oiranspart. :Q t9"ltVltlt- KlwAlBAtlT CHICACOllf (9- ono morning. They wero riding along 1ml , trillion '2' minds i mon'ti whilo tnltlng No. 8 leaves Cincinnati J 10 pm; arrives Falmouth ,TU-Vi-'- " 705 pm: except Sunday. through Germany when a German boy it. Finely nlu.irst.il "iiorvouv No. 7 leaves Falmouth 600am J arrives Cincin. ud threw a good Bized club out in tho road Nervine, Ini-ti- t n.nnpl- K Ntll" of thet ltilnriitive nati7 5S am; except Sunday A. IVimy's who cuaiuutveu Train Note .No. j runs dally, except Sunday, to son them rnn over it. Unfortunately, II. I I -- ItlllCH Nerve unci I.Ivor MI1. An linpormnl disc 'Tcry Thoy net on the liver, slnmtich mid iowls through 1I10 nerves A niw prlnet ! Thy ne.lily euro bilious-ne.spes and const p.i bad Ins e. torpid iso'iier, nnd cni droll tlnn. Splea li I for 3 cents t, .)' rtn-Sm illest. tm desi Samples freo at A 11 !' 'iiy s Slsnlord. n, Lve llerea 1015 am Arr Richmond.... 11 45 am Lve Stanford 7 00 a in Lve Lancaster . 7 50 a m rr Richmond... 10 15 a m LveTtiLhmond.... i bjp in Arr Winchester.. I M P m l.ve Livingston... Sooam SBo " 0-- sgS .T J"" ic V.Jj 6 10 7 ""'"!"!!" " "" .....T1.TZ7 .- am a rn ,r , . tJ 53SfW J I 'lia"ii.- -Lve Leiliigton . . I.J'm 00 pm 1 1 7 "i .-. 00 a"m 3 45 p rn e. hsppl-ncssnn- nl 1 WWmm Leaving both dis-c:if- Tliounasjrf nt stoiU barco and nlcohnl. ': uro M sart Vlllp8, t'auslnri II t liat rapidly iliu. jfr.tdu.itly wcar-InIt out, piolucing .b.irluena s.f liro.ith whon I'xerclslni;. pains lu nde i.nd shoulder, huiiRry and faint upon.. j l curt failure und sudTor weakuu.'d ntiii Irritated hearts den death the pres vriry wburu highly rAcoinniemt tin New Heart Curs d cowre,l by Dr. franklin Miles, wlilcli Is for sauut A.U.rannr's,Slauford, i; Heart Di.n.ise, Ir Fran Mil. Id nnt.'il aperi.llist -- ztrot many new and siarliinif fiefs. Tboniiiiids of pcopla nru nluwir pi.isriultn; tUnrasulvo.. weakening them-- e res by ti.ti tin- - of tn mflee. to. Ttl ft itci It In i Iolfltnccl. A NEW FAST MAIL & LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI be Daily, Secures to Travelers, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Tho fellow who has been iMtinK drafts cashed in Mexico and elsowhere under thu name of J. G. Carlisle, Jr., claiming to bo a son of tho Senator, turns out to bo A. S. Colyar, tho degenerate Eon of a well known Tennesaeeun. Ever attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and hsnet the fattest time and most comfortable trains between all points in the South, or to the West and Northwest, The counterpart of this Irani on all trunk lines it denominated The Limited Ezprlts. The superb rolling stock we employ gives patron Unlimited Comtort II Say Monon, get Monou and stick t you want to save money and have a pleasant jww. H.K; HUNTINGTON. ney. Manager. For lull information, lime cards, maps, ' folders, GENERAL OFFICES; etc, call on or address A T U l Chamber of Commerce Uuilding, Cincinnati, . VI ' . ... :J T - .' I n.,t. villa. IT. O Note -- Double daily tram service on Sunday, AS. HAKKbK, u I' a., untcago, III. r w, u. McKUUKKt a, Agt., Stanford, be weet Clnclnuatl and Lexington. between Lexington and Cincinnati. No. runs Sunday only, makinjf all local stops No jj runs daily hitwoer Cincinnati and Lexington 4 Note -- Trains No. 6 and Falmouth Accommo. dationNo 8- now depart from new 4th St Depot. 0u sth belo- John st , Note -- Trains No andFalmouth Accommoda-101- 1 No. 7 arrive at new 4th St. Depot, 011 4h below John si. Nos. a and 6 make connections at Winrhestei for points on the N N. ft M. V. Ky IMPORTANT.-Traini- of this line now at and denart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati, making connection! for all points North, East and West. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co; W. L MUNSON. Trav. Pass. Agt., S, F. II. MORSE, Gen'l ?A.t.. 1 avt