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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890121901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' Semi-Weekl- y vol. xvii r. Interior Journal STANFORD KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1890. JE" C HBL C2 JSL. S5' 30E NOW is the Time to Buy Your Holiday Presents in Watehes, Clocks, CTIEWIEilLiKX" 01 SIIj-V"EEy"VvrA.TTi3. T NO. 84 Clocks $3, worth $5; CaTI am offering everything in my stock of Jewelry at cost for CASH only. Look at the prices: Clocks at S2.50, worth $.. Watches worth $100 at $70; worth $30 at S20, worth $20 at $ 1. 1, worth Si 5 at Si o. H. W. Raymond's movements, gilt, Si 7 5; Nickel, S20. Hampden Railway movement at S18.75. Seven Jewel movements, S5 to $6. 25. Everything else in proportion. I have the lurgest stock ever brought to Stanford and have lately opened a large stock of ncsv 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. y .A.. IR,. ZPZEZLsTIEsrY". If You are Lo for - 3 USEFUL ARTICLES THAT MAKE PLEASING- CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, Go Bargain Opposite Portman House, Stanford. You'll not be disappointed. Plenty of goods and sug-g-es- t re, some- The Entire Stock. If you don't know what to buy, look over this list; perhaps it may thing. TbrougtaLout Colored Cashmere or Henrietta Dress Pattern, wool fill, 25c per yard; all wool Tricot in colors 25c per yard; 10 yards best Indigo Blue Calico for 50c; 2,000 yards of Standard Prints 4c per yard nice warm Woolen Shawls $1, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.25; 100 black Fur Muffs 50 each; Linen Table Covers with Napkins to match $1, $2 and $2.50; 200 different patterns in Silk Mufflers 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 and $2 each The Grandest Display in Silk Handkerchiefs ever brought to Stanford; prices to suit all ' from 2f5r TO $2.50. Ladies' Rubber Circulars $1 and $1.25 each. The Big Mile Store-Roo- m Will Be Full of Bargains to Suit All iairy Ws,itas, Boots, 10-4- Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clothing, Trunks, Valises, Groceries, &c. The only place in Stanford you can exchange your Produce for goods. Bring your Eggs along and 22c per dozen. Five dozen Eggs will buy a pair of Lady's Kid Button Shoes worth $1.75 Call to see the line of Satteen Comforts, $1.75, $2 and $2.25. Blankets , 95c ' $125 ' $150 ' $175 ' $2.50 and $2.90 per pair. 300 Lady's Ribbed Jersey fitting Vests only 20c each. Thirteen pounds Standard Granulated Sugar $1. Arbuckle Coffee 25c; 4 lbs. Soda for 25c 14 rormrl light Brown Sugar for $1. This GREAT CLEARANCE SALE will continue for a few weeks only Do not delay, but come early, before the rush. You can not mistake the place; follow the crowd BisWUUiii ujjpoxuc? x ui umau xo.wu.oc?, uuouiuau, jl.j g-e-t - . JOE S. JONES. Christmas Goods, Holiday Trix in Great Variety, at Logans Greek and Dix River. P. S. V. Robinson sold to John Logan 10 head of fat steers at 2J. Alex Ilol7elaw had a valuable horse, to get foundered on corn u few days ago. Col. J. L Beazley Fold to Joel Embry, of Madison, a small lot of fat rattlo at 15 cts. Mr. Thomas Dudderar, better known as Gnlight, is expected homo Saturday. His friend, Mr. Johnson, will return with him; also from Middlesboro. Mrs. H. M. Ballou and daughter, Miss Annie, of CHURCH AFFAIRS. The Georgetown Baptists are preparing to build a $15,000 church. The protracted meeting at tho Winchester Baptist church, conducted by Kev. S. 2f. Prestridge, closed, says the -Sun, with 17 additions. Tho choir of a Poughkcepsie church is on a strike because the preacherstop- ped them and said: "There, that will do! You had better sing that in th0 woods I" Kev. Father Bernard B. Kelley, who was ordained a priest in Cleveland, 0., 'JO years ago, died Sunday in Mobile, Mack Huffman ) Has just received a splendid lot of latest style Lancaster, spent several days with relative here. Misses Lizzie Porter nnd Alice Beazley, who have been on tho sick list for several days, are reported much improved at this writing. Mrs. James Dudderar. nee Lear, whoisspond. inn tho week with her parents in Upper Garrard, will return in a few days, accompanied by several of her lady friends, I have just received and opened a large and well selected lot of who will remain in our neighborhood Christmas Goods, including until after Ghtistmas. Hob and Bunn Gaines aro in Shelbyville, where- they will remain 7 or 8 days visiting friends and relatives. Miss Lydid D. Bice, who has been attending school at Stanford for her since September, leaves near Taylorsvillo. Mr. J. V. Adhomo ams will inovo his family to Somerset Also next week, provided ho can't purchase a place more suitable before that time Mr. Adams is a good neighbor and an truder and we legret his departure. Mr. Henry Hester will movo to tho property now occupied by him. Both French and common, ever brought to Stanford. Nuts and.Fruits Let her come I Christmas is almost here are anticipating an immense in great variety. See my stock before you buy your Santa Claus aud we there will bo several entertaintime, as supplies. Remember you can get a Good Meal at any time for 25 ments in society during the week. R. Zimmer's. Toys, Dolls and Games of Every Description. to-da- y Ala., n wanderer and an outcast, ruined by drink. Kev. John BhII Gibson asks ns to announce that on next Sunday morning ho will preach on "The Fulfillment of Prophecy" and requests a largo attendance of his members. Sinco Kev. William Hughes, a Baptist minister, began the movement which resulted in forming the first Bibio society, over 40.000,000 copies of tho Holy Scriptures have been punted and circulated. car-load- Undertaker and Furniture Dealer, Antique and 16th Century Finish Chairs, with Silk, Plush and Crush Plush Seats. TABLES IN SAME FINISH, OAK AND WALNUT, MARBLE TOP, PICTURES, COUCHES, &c, especially suitable for Christmas' presents.,'; His THE LARGEST LINE OF CANDIES cents at my Restaurant. sale in bulk. OYSTERS served in any style and D.J. Tribble, of Madison, sold to a s Cincinnati party a couple of of fat cattle, weighing 1,000 pounds at 3 cents. V. B. Kidd bought during tho season just closed 4,7.- -' cattle, nverage weight 1,550 pounds, and which brorght 1305,150. Excepting SOU boughtin Indiana, the others were bought in Clark, Bourbon, Montgomery and Fayettocoun-ties- . Nearly all of them were purchased for Trains are telescoped when they comet for Lehmnn & Bro., of Baltimore. Winchester Democrat. each other on the saino track. ut General f Furniture Line, Consisting of Sets, Wardrobes, Chiffoniers, &c, is also complete and full. Give him a call. 'A t- g-- S V-- ! i. . . A u Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknul , RECIPROCITY. (To the Editor of the Interior Journal. In n former article wo asserted STANFORD, KY that James G. Maine was the boss trickster DECEMBER 19,1890 and political demaijORUO of the 10th cen- tury; pnssinj; events havo served to Published Every Tuesday and Friday Rireiicthen the' conviction. When Mr. Cleveland sent his i;ront taritF messnjio to Congress, Mr. Blaine with unseemly haste cabled from Paris his prominent-mento- , When not so paid $3.60 will be charged. taking tho most direct and positive grounds against the message. This K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. declaration of Mr. Blaine and his sucTrain leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m , returning ceeding campaign speeches largely gave m. at SMS direction to republican sentiment on the L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tariir, wero potent in Harrison's election sequence, tho passago of 5 a m and as a tlnal North Mail train going 116pm tho McKinley bill. In the light of his ' South " iiSvPm Expreistrain" South North 37am previous conduct, it is diilicult to sur630 m mise Mr. Blaine's real motives in antagoLocal Freight Nrth 338pm S'.ith nizing tho McKinley bill. Possibly it The latter tram a!o arry passengers. The above Is calculated on standard time. Solar was jealousy of Heed and McKinley; or es fiter time is about 30 rami, ho may havo foreseen the storm of indignation browing over tho advocates of protection and determined to cast an anWhatever may havo chor windward. been his real motives no doubt ho now congratulates himself that he has made tROYALISi'.'v) 2 I a most fortunate escape, nnd smiles complacently over Keeil and McKinley hopelessly buried in the debris of th p)litical cyclone. Mr. Blaine's reciprocity project is a very transparent device to distract tho minds of the people from tho turpitude of republican legislation and furnish himself a hobby upon which ho hopes to ride into the White House. Why must reciprocity bo limited to China, Japan and tho American States South of us? The American States, it is true, are situated on the same continent, but tho people aro not kindred or similar to us Highest of A cream o! tarter baking powder respect. Neither aro they tho all in leavening strength. -- U. S. GoicrnmeU Re- - in any , 1SE9 port. material from which civilization is formed. They aro Spanish, mongrel, Negro and Indian; their religion is the lowest Dr. A. S. type of Catholicism; they are superstiSURGEON DENTIST. tious and ignorant beyond our powers of Dec, 1SU0. Office ion Main street, over W. B, McRoberts' conception and in tho main idlo and Drug Store, Stanford. Spaniards are tho ruling worthless. A IMen Tor Aid. class; and Spain herself is the tail end of O Thou whoso loro is not confined to R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. the Latin race. She has been in a State tomplos mado with hands, enlarge my of decadence for more than three centu- heart to worship Tlioe. Ilolpmo to see DENTIST. ries and her colonies, wherover planted, Thoo whoro men see- only tho world, to hoar Thoo whoro men only hour tho Office on Mam street, opposite Portman House, have proved turbulent and thriftless. volcos of tho crowd. Enlarge tho range upstairs. Nitrous Oxido Oas giien for painless Says Mr. Blaine, "Tho McKinley bill of my rovorenco. Toach mo to realise "'""STANFORD. KENTUCKY. has not provided a market for a pound tho awful solemnity of tho things which of bacon or bushel of wheat." But he I call common. Impress mo with tho DR. W. B. proposes at one bound to make tho farm, truth that tho inoanost household duty Is a sorvico to Thao; that tho ur rich and happy by "Carrying coals to smallost act of kindnoss Is a praiso of Who over heard of the Theo; that tho tiniest cup of water, OfEce'.South side Main .treet, in office recently Newcastle." vacated by, Dr. L. F. Huffman, SUnford, Ky. people of a thinly settled couutry, of though it woro glvon only In a disciple's vast area and fertile soil, being compell-- e namo, Is a worship and a loro of Theo. W. F ATWOOD J. J. ALLEN products? Help mo to feel tho sonso of Thy to import agricultural ovorywhoro, that ovon In tho ATWOOD, Neither do Chiua and Japan, to which prosalo haunts of man and in the comreciprocity is also to apply, nations Hfo I may battles RSEL ESTHTE HGERTS. purchasethis provisions and grain to monplace ralno oyosof and say: bn ablo our to lift up "This Is any considerable extent. These aro an nono other than tho Houso of God, this City, Tonn. antiquated people, abstemious and ex Is tho gato of Heaven." Mathoson. JAS. G. CIYENS. WM.AYRES. clusive in their habits and import but OUR DEPENDENCE. little. None of these nations has at AYJLIE3 &EGIVENS, present any specially 'restrictive law A rutins Illustration of Duty In ft Child' Attornoya.at Law, Trustfulness. against our farm products. Our farmers A sonso of fear Is a necessary olomont - - Louisville, Ky. are compelled to Bell in tho open market 327 Fifth St., in the character of a dopondont being. of the world and therefore have as much Tho man who never knows what foar is Shreve Building. r access to the markets of these nations, knows not what depondonco is; and the FRANK MARIMON. under present conditions as they aro man who knows not whatdopondenco l.i JAS. G. GIVENS. likely to secure under any reciprocal ar has no appreciation of tho right rola GIYEHS & MHRIMQK rangement. Ah, but says Congress in tlons botweon himsolt and God. TThon its assembled wisdom, you must buy in the mlddlo of a aummornljiht a child REAL ESTATE. 1b suddonly awakonod by a crash of from us, if you do not, wo shall place a thundor otorhoad, and olings with - heavy import duty on your tea, sugar spasmodlo grasp to its fatbor, and Town Lots, Coil, Iron and Timber Lands bought and coffee. Yes, it proposes to extor1 hides its hoad closo umlor his shoulCorrespondence or sold ou Comimskion, masses, as tariff der, tho child shows Its sense of from our own r solicited It Is really on the necessaries of life, a hundred absoluto depondonco. annually. What for? no moro dopondont upon Its father thon million dollars THE COMERCISL HOTEL To punish the mongrels of South Ameri- than at othor times, so far as outward protection from dangor is ooncorned. ca and tho heathens of China and Japan But its foar and terror havo glren it a B. OWENS, Manager, J. because they will not walk up and help now and qulckonod senso of its dependHarrodsburg, - Kentucky. pay the republican fiddler. It is highly ent rotations to its father. And It is tho statesmen of oxprossion of that dopondonce that I have taken charo ut this popular hotel improbable that the astute and intend to run it in a lirst class manner in every tho republican party havo tho leaBt idea comos with gratoful sonso to tho fathor, respect. It is being pipercd and painted from ovon whllo ho suilors in sympathy with top to bottom, thi bedding is being renovated and that their reciprocity project will result the montal agony of his child. Is it not everything dorie. t mate it pleasant and comfort- in any benefit to the farmer or masses, so in our relations to God? Tho "Foar able for guests. The table shall never be surpassed by hotelsm this section. J. B.OWENS. but they perseivo that by their finely not" and tho "Bo not afraid," aro they planned scheme, if all else fails, it will not Invitations to show our dopondenco be a plausible excuse to reimposo tariff upon God? It may bo right to foar. In HOUSE, duties on these necessaries of life and order that wo may not do wrong in for- y oarth-lsupply largo rcvenuo to an exhausted go ttlng our dopondont relations as S. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, S. children of u Hoavonly Father. treasury. Tho prevailing Kentucky. is that reciprocity can bo soidea no doubt Times. London, managed as WISE 'SAYINGS. I have moved to my new Hotel and am better to greatly inuro to tho benefit of the prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience de- manufacturing interest, at all times and It Is loss suocoss than faithfulness sired. Give me a call. places the especial pet of the republican which Christ approves. Advance. FRANK RILEY. 7, When solfishnesscomos in, smiling, p irty. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Under a natural condition of trade the through ono door, lovo walks out, grieving, through another. Standard. export United Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, factured States wouldcountries many manuHo that is IndllToront to tho poor is named. But article's to no Christian; no matter what his creed TANFORD, KY. destroyed or his professed oxporionoo. Tho Worktariff has our Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished at our shipping and so enhanced tho value man. factory prices. 30 of everything we produce that we ure That which is Improper boforo ono unable to compete with other nations in porson in tho parlor, in a tlioatric.il of fiftoon hundred pooplo is flf. manufactured goods. The very fact that high tariff is necessary to keep foreign toon hundred times moro impropor. goods from our own market is an open Talmago in N. Y. Obsorvor. For ovory progross in strenuous admission that wo do not expect to exwork for God thoro must havo boon a port any protected article for sale in the slaying of tho solflshnoss which urges open market of tho world. us to work in our own strongth and for But there is sought to be convoyed our own sake N. W. Advocato. with this term, reciprocity, n vague and "Man nover Is, but always to bo mysterious notion that tho present gov- bloat" That is tho languago of untie-lloCertainly hopo Is a grace which ernment possesses tho power to make vVWL some special arrangement with these tills tho soul with joy, but tho blessings of salvation aro not countries whereby we shall monopolize United Pro tby tori an. all in tho future Hi their trade. No such power exists, nor SiHlBW Christians often afflict tholr minds can exist in this age. Reciprocity means with thoughts and anxieties as to how it mutual conditions, resultiug to the inju- thoy will moot doath when It finally rGTON.KYi 1. m ry of neither party. Nations in this day comes. Tho propor disposal of thLs 5222SKiSMK aro guided strictly by economic princi- question is to trust .God for dying IP YOU WANT ples in their commercial relations. They graco. If wo havo graco o llvo by, v sell where they can sell for most and buy may bo suro that wo shall havo ah needed graco to dl by, when where they can buy for least. South comos, God will thon givo 113 tho nvent AND A HAPPY COOK, USE tho graco America, China, Japan, Ac, will never of victory over doath. Tho graco will hay from us as long as they can secure :omo wuon wo actually need iu N. Y. tho same products cheaper elsewhere. IndopisndonU The utmost extent of our power is to alMADE BY Of the pieces of matter low these countries free trade with uj. LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS England long ago granted this to all na- carried in the mails tho last fiscal 37(3.501), 109 wero of winch tions, without linking or requiring any 307,141,310 were newspapers, free within COMPANY, reciprocity; and many other nations have the county of publication. LEXINGTON, KY. -English-speakinP- semi-civilized '. - aOVAL POWDER t- Mie Absolutely Puro -, At-j- PRICE, been much moro liberal in trade than ours. Hence we but stultify ourselves in asking a premium for our trade, when these countries havo from others all the advantages we cau bestow and to the full extent of their wants. Mr. Blaino and his party refuse the possible and reach out after the impossi ble; ignore the worthy and seek tho unworthy. They are deaf to the appeals of tho impoverished and struggling masses of their own country and refuse comity race; but under to the der the thinnest subterfuge would seek to ndd'still more to the swollen coders of the rich, and enter into tho closest relanations of tions with the China, Japan and South America. Mr. Blaice is greatly disturbed because for few years wo have admitted tea and coffee freo of duty, and now proposes to retaliate unless certain things are done. For half a century England has received free of duty all our agricultural products. If wo aro so greatly disturbed over a little tea and collet1, how must she feel under tho freo import of many times as much; and that too while we are constantly trying to impose prohibitive du ties on all her products. Suppose France and Germany retaliate on us, which is not by any means an im probable supposition, then will tho hint vestige of hopo be takou from tho farmer. But the reason is perfectly obvious why Mr Blaine and his party will not reciprocate with Canada, England, France and Germany. It is not the farmer or tho oppressed masses over whom they are agonizing, but tho rich maun facturcr and monopolist. Tho republican party know they are hopelessly in the minority if left to tho unbiased vote of tho people. They foresee that SY2 will usher in one of the most bitter political struggles ever witnessed on the continent. They want fat, bound to havo fat, and plenty of it, to lubricate their "blocks of five." J. S. Reppkkt. 11 Hug-lan- WOAIEN WRITERS' GOWNS DO NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. NOT IMAGINE THEY STYLISH. ARE NOT Ollse Ilnrper Tolls lloiv Some of Them Woro rSuwnnl nt is Itccrnt Itercptlon nisr-tlif Now York Wmumi'a Trent Clnh hy maintain This lng its fine reputation. Charces reasonable. Sp tial attention to the traveling public. M.P NEWCOM1I, Prop., Ml. Vernon, Ky, 83-t- MT. VERNON, KY. and old Hotels still 98B8F mA Hk 7m ' m Mini (i$3pwiJri" Twenty mile the Shortest to m Central pot for u Mr, llrjun. my NEW s, who ImNew agine that literary ladies go in with unkempt hnir, bluo fitockings and downtrodden slippcra, ought to havo been nt Press club reception that was given by Mrs. Mary E. Bryan, tho editor and novelist, vhom everybody lovua. rag-tag11 (Special Corrwiriondencu. Yoijk, Dec. 11. Thoso FOB. UBITT. Havinc leaipd the Menefte Stable, I now offer SI Alt! K on I anm.ler street for rent It has ten lato llx Stalls and is the very htt place in the munty fur Ja k and Hnrse stind (or A Urge intern at the door the coming season Call on uraddren A r MNNKI.LKY, Manford 7; if Makinif direct connect)' n St Louis, Union de Tutf s Pills ' Detroit, MmM Tho) prolines OTTDFLE. Malaria, Dumb Chills, NIEW ((DHOiJANS, Fever and Ague, Wind coaihct, Train, baggagi cart, amoklni; car and Solid Pullman llomloir Sleepers through out hane via Chattan oca, llirmlnghaiii, Merid Colic, Bilious Attacks. Ian innking direct loniir. tiunsen route fur with1 Philsdelnhla, Wathingtnn, llaltimore, (Jiu, Lest tune to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. Rihmond, VIRGINIA Shortest and Quit Vct line to New York, Chicago. Michigan Points, Ilulfalo, Cleveland. Indianapolis and tho west, New England, Canada, JSIoston, Knox-vill- e, - PENNY, Dentist. 1 pres-onc- o ALLEN & Johnson lot-y- Pineville, Kentucky. toi-y- over-taxe- d whito failla, with panels and cascades of Chantilly point, nnd fino cut jet fringe. She woro black gloves reaching to tho elbow. A triple nrcklaco of fino pearls LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLo. encircled her pretty neck, and sho car, Chrirnsn (looch, D Sec i Th und.Mlgni-dried a black and whito lac fan. RAILROAD. W. K Itcytwld., I. O (iootb, Nathan Mrs. Ella Dieti Clymer, president of T (iooch, cittern bintleiun, county,, Ky have of Lincoln The Great ether Sorosis, woro a rich toilet of Chnndron this dy asMKialril ourselvesofit Chapteras Vu corporof the ation, under tbe proMsiunt velvet trimmed with novelty silk in (neral Statutes of Kentucky, under the name of cream, bluo and gold, with bands of the Olive Leiuttery Company l Ullvc, l.mioln THROUGH TRUNK LINE. Jo The beaver fur all around the neck nnd pan- rountv. a KvThe general nature of the busmen of See. els. It was made with a train. Mrs. this corporation shall Le.to acquire rel and pre pur.he, CTymur is very tall and graceful, aa well sotisl property by sell, onscygift, divue o in any awl dispotc of the oilier way, and to -- iWnh as handsome, and she haa as gracious same by tle or mortgage or otherwise , said propfor Cemetery purposes nnd sweet a mnnner as if sho hnd nover erly to t,U' used amount ni raiutai siocs only I lie Sec. auinorireu written n single poem. to Ut isiued in th name of the corporation shall (too) share Mrs. Anna Handnll Dlchl woro n gown consist of not mure than two hundirjthe same to be of the value of one dollar Ji each, of gros grain dark green silk, with a paid in at the time and place of the organisation Louisville thisCoiupany. To Nashviilo, train. Tho front was of Cheney silk, in ofSec. 4 1 nr business el ssld corporation shall large indistinct figures of subdued col- begin on the 10th day ol (klaber, iy9. and shall Memphis, ors. continue in business for l'ntytive years Atlanta, Stc 3. The affair, ut said corporal en shall be Mrs. Leo C llarby's lovely daughter conducted by a llurd of Directors, con. posed of Montgomery, not less than five stockholders, a majority of whom was there, and woro a whito ottoman shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of Little Rock, silk trimmed with laco nnd moiro rib- business Said Directors trull bo rlcciod annualMobile and New Orleans. ly by the stockholder bons. Tho waist was of silk, with one nida Sec. 6. The highest amount of mdebtcdnes or draped with tho Iaca The skirt, which liability to which this corporation shall tubiccl NewportNowa & Miss.Valloy Oo l of. (he paid- up capital itself shall be had two side jianeJs. had a demi-traistock each raado of full cascades of toft laco. Only one change to points In SSi,. nrlvale mnnrrtv of the sharchold. There Waa another lady, whoso namo! er shall esempt from the corporate dekts pow nave a ne 1 did & not learn, who woro a golden rr bee make and iMiaru 01 uirrriurs nauand rrguta adopt such to ,.. t brown surah drewi striped with dark lions as they may deem proper, and by said byEMIGRANTS create such offices ss brown velvet, anil with lcx;vea, corsage laws mayon the business of saidmay be necessary corporation and to carry nnd back breadths of brown velvet to shall prescribe the duties of same. 1 hey may Seeking homes on the tint of this road will rcctivt Special rates. the bonds prescribe match tho stri'ies, Tho drapery across any or all in said by laws and provide requiredfill-of Sce agents ol this Cotspaay for raits, routes for the of taiil oflinri, the bust was arranged in a novel and ing ol vacancies in said olli es or in the iloardof Ai or write to ATMOUE O. C. ft T. A., Directors, and may prescribe the effective manner. Louisville, Ky officers for their any of Mrs. EinmaMofTctt Tyng wore a fawn forbee a. said one mav become services a member o( this Any colored ladies' cloth ami brown ottoman corporation by subscribing lor one or mot. shares bee 10 IhuCoiupen) shall have porr to It silk costume, walking length. Ilcr ceive donations by gift or by will or any other way round, dimpled faco is very pretty and and to loan sums, provided the borrower shall gise other safe method ol tccurity montage or looked doubly o in this dress. The security. byThe principal any said fund can never of "J.IUIG HOUTJU." dress waa mado with a bowjuo of tho beused, but the Interest can be useil for Cemetery cloth trimmed with the ottoman silk, and purposes teitimony of the foregoing, e the under- Tho Suortost find Qutclcout Itouto from In Contra! Kentucky to nil points North, tho skirt had simple wrinkled drapery signed, hsve hereunto iiibicriheil our respective names, inis.ov 7 Gnat, Wont nnd South-Wonslashed in two places nnd opcuing over n Print K TON. A THAN SING!. Lino botwoon Loilntfton and Cincinvery deep flounco of ottoman silk. CKI5.MU.N t.OUCII, II O l.OOCII, nati. Mrs. Edrannd Russell woro a coral (J T HOOCH, SCHEDULE IN KKr'IXT NOV 16. 1890. colored surah silk, with loosa drapcrv Si W P KKVNOLDS h.intrintr from tha neck to tho bottom. ' No 7. No. , No. 6. both front and back, hold in placo in Sun. Daily front by cords mado of coral beads nnd Ea Sun with handsome coral balls nt the cuds. I.vc Cincinnati ... 1 10 a m 8 co p mi a to p m At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming Augu.ta, Macon. ln, Charleston, City, 1 hsmatville andSavannah, FLORIllrnntvick, Lake DA pOllltl. he only line running solid trains with choir Pullman floudoir or Palace Sleeping Caia to Jack I Ifer for sale thjUI the Henry HeMer faun sonslllc without change lor any class of passenf f acre ofbottom ianifun Ii Kiver, i gers or baggage. wheat up and all ritit halauc in cratx), Selnia and Montgomery, llunltville, Decatur, I he dwrllliig has rooms, inrrt) is a Florence. Memphitand Alt KANSAS points well, fine orchard ami lenclng neatly rtrtv l Shortet and iium kett to Anmston Selma, MoIrrin., Iiairensh, balance in one and t yrars. bile Dnrct conuet lions made at NLW OR. with mtetest. II not sold will be rur rent l' LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galvciloa given laauarv 1, Ilouttsti, Austin, CLAIIKNDOK VlttATT-MAU- VR CllCTK AND H.non J W. ADAMS. Stanford. Ky TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. vi:i virr. The only through line to Ja Lion and Vicksburg, Sho has been tho vico president, but from Miss. , Shrevepurt I a , in aklngdiret mnnec tlons pressure of work haa resigned, and this without omnibus transfer lor Dallas Fort Worth, Austin. San Antoma, Kl Paso and Klutsui party, and it brought was her good-b- y U1LLIONS SWITCH, KV. out nil tho best known jieoplo in tho litTEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Dealer In erary world of New York. I'or through rate correct lull Mrs. Bryan woro 11 whito laco dress Dry Qood3, Notions, Hats, Caps intormation call uns Agent at county maps andKy. Jutiitlnn City, made ovei whito silk, plain, undrnjed or address HANK V WOOLLKY, Hoots, Shoes, Clething( Hardware, Querns-warTrav Past Agt , Lesinitnn, Kv. skirt with a wide whito moire sash, Tm are, rurnitme and 1 I) O. EDWARDS, C.C. ItAKVKV Tho waist was high in tho neck, with a G. P. A-- T. A., Viecl'resldeat. CitK.ir.astt O low lining. She looheu elegant nnd was Fancy Candies, Crois Tics, Ac. tastefully dressed. All kinds of I'roducn taVcn in eichange for goods. Mrs. Frank Leslio woro a black and I'o.iillke, Livingston, Ky. bu.lne-.isdullralioulil l. thtj SOLD J&Miltl'WHUKE. 111 1 untloua, utter ( rrtlitr, nntuntl gripe or Hilar Tore m nil Aft a fit lj iiiollrluf Iu vrjr uwii.vtiiilil. I ynchurgand points iu lh UAllDlLmA& Farm For Sale. l'i 1 )io-K- li, mn S cr.iEa:. hiltoist e, Conoral Lino of Crocorlos, Article of Incorporation , 1L. & Mo SOUTH & WEST n, one-hal- - 1 1 by-la- ARKANSAS . ,, TEXAS. 1 Kentucky Central R.R. t. South-Houn- V.m m THE RILEY iff (' l:-f I.vt ralmoulh... Air I'ans Air I.lvmg.ton I. ve Covington . a is a in a m ETllMrr5I aKKrTTMnWr'Joy I I I II IS a 11 10 p 11T7" a I.vc Paris Arr Winchester. . 11 10 p Art Htchmond. ' iS p Arr Lancaster . . J 10 p p Arr Stanford. i Lve Itichmond ... 1 10 p J "J p Arr iierea p 5 Air 1 Ivinglon . " 8 oS p ml 9 16 p ru j jo p m m o j p ml 5 16 p m p m in loo p in m m m It m 01 7 10 i d m in in m m iripn 6n ii North-Houn- d. No. 5. No. o... high-pressur- e ;COMPANY CREAM & KSbxSSff. .M.sfc f. mm -- GOOD BREAD CREAM FLOUR f.OOo.-lOB.'JO- i vi-x- r dend-liea- l.ve I.tvinpston... S cxi a in I Lve tlerea10 ic am Arr Richmond.. .. M 45 a in Eri i.vc SUnford .. . . 7 00 a in Lve Lancaster. . 7 50 a in ZiiJ Richmond. . 10 ija in t Arr Richmond. . 1 05 p in 6 10 Lve Arr Winchester. S4 P in 7 Arr Paris ,JJ'Jn 7 4'? Lcxiugiun .. a 00 p m 7 00 a in 3 45 Pm Lve Lve Paris a 43 p m 7 a in Lve Falmouth.... 4 11 p in 9 18 a m 5 30 p m Having removed my Ilarher bhon to the Com Li- Covington. ... 5 4 P m 044 a m 6 j; p a Arr mvrcial lintel, 1 am nrbnared to accommmlate dies a well as gentlemen in anything they may Air Cincinnati . J 50 p m 10 50 a m 6 45 pra with in my line. Children also wailed on. Call GUF.r.N FAILLB AND tmOWK 8UKAH DUHSS. nnuie J t SSL THOMPSON, On theMaytville Ilranch, No 9. leav InCommcriial Hotel. raris at Tho neck was half high and bordered 7 33, a m and No. 11, at 5 17, p m, arriving at a m, and v ec. n m. t4n ,n Aiaytvuie ai 10 10, nil around with very scratchy looking leaves .naytviiic at 3 Jo a m, arriving at Pans at branched coral, nnd threo enormous but740, am. No 11 leaves Maysville at 130 and arrives at Paris at 4 io,p m. These trains art tons covered with coral beads held the daily except Sunday. front draperies at tho bust. Tho sleeves No 1 runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati. No 4 leaves Lexington 1000 am; arrives Paris were long, reaching quite to the iniddlo - x.baca' 1041am; except Sunday of the hand. No 8 leaves Cincinnati 1510 pm; arrives Kalrwith Hit.i.:.nii cwtaco Rna Iler hair was dressed in a low knotnt 703 pm; except Sunday No. 7 leaves Falmouth 600 am; arrives Cincintho back, and in front in a forest of nati 755 am; except Sunday black curls from under which her oyos Train Notes .No. 3 runs dally, except Sunday, between J.exintton and Cincinnati, No. 11 runs flashed darkly. Tho dress waa certainly Sunday only, making-al- l local stops. No runs Leaving both nrtistio and corsotless, but to my tasto daily h'twee. Cincinnati and Lexington. 4 Note- - Trains No. 6 and Falmouth Accommo. savored too much of n wrapper for even& CINCINNATI datinn No 8 now depart from new 4th St. Depot, ing. Still she ought to know. Mrs LOUISVILLE oil alls below John st t Notet-Trai- na No 1 andKalrnouth Accommoda-ioRussell said poutingly to pretty littlo Daily, Secures to Travelers, No. 7 arrive at new at It St. Depot, on 4th below Airs. Robert Burton, who, in dark blue John st. Nos. a and 6 make connections at Winchestei velvet gown mado plainly but very lor points on the N. N or M. V. Ky tastefully, sat quietly by: "Do you know IMPORTANT -- Trains ol this line Ever attempted between the great commercial I went to bed 6ick yesterdny after read- cities on the Ohio River and Chicago, and henci at and depart from the Central Union now arrive Passenger trains being one of the newspapers. They said 1 the fastest time and most comfortable West and Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, Last and West. tween all points in the South, or to the am not pretty What would yon havo Northwest. The counterpart of this train ou all For full particulars address any agent ol the Co, trunk lines is denomlraled 1 he Lmlted Express. done in my place?" employ gives patrons W. L MUNSON.Trav Pass. Agt., Cincinnati. rolling "1 should send tho editor my photo- The superbComlort stock we S. K. II. MORSE, Cen'l PaisV, Unlimited 'onon. il graph," was tho witty reply. Say Mrnon, get Monoo and stick II. K. HUNTINGTON, There was much said worthy of not you want to save money and have a pleasant juManager. aud many other pretty dresses to lull inlormailon, time cards, maps, folders, ror GENERAL omCES: but enough has been said to show etc. call on or address Chamber ol Commerce Uuilding, Cincinnati 0, W. G. CRUSH. T P. A , Louisville, Ky, that literary woman do know how to Note: Double daily train service on Sundays JAS. BARKER, C P A., Chicago, 111. dress well Ouvk Hawer. betwecr Cincinnati and Lexington, Or W. II. McROliEKTS, Agt., SUnford. arV r. iw mMMHBMrl7BtiLui rrmirm s5 'aifljlwKE,PBpts bmv r 1 ' 4'SPn xze&zttixzsaiiutti im.:- A NEW FAST MAIL I n i THE MOST RAPID ROUTE f dc-bcribe, i tLat. " it w,iYiiiijiisaM----wetf-MOfesggB.- sajiJAaj!j--t--lu-fst r. Y sAtwd.it,. a, ,M. KrniA 'eBI " "2 Commercial J. S. GOODE, s Hotel, Prop. TUEMACEOETIIEIIOOSE IT IS NOT OFTEN USED. BUT IT IS A VERY POTENT AFFAIR. TIio One Symbol of Alilulo I'nwcr In tlio ITnltud State Its lllntor nml lUr. nml It Kcvpor, the Sorc"iiit-ut-Anm- s Some of til Dntlxn. McKINNEY, KY., Accommodations at very Reasonable Rates. Special Attention to CommerFirst-Clas- cial Men. Good Livery in connection. Washington, Dec filnco (SpvcUl Correspondent!.) Only 11. onco GOMBEST & ALLEN, LIVERYMEN, tbis congress convonoil, more than ti y.iai o,jo, lifts tho maco boon called into nso iui thnt was when tho member froia NfcW Jersey reached for tho noso of tho member from Washington with his energetic fist. To most visitors to tho houco of repreacntjitived tho maco ia a IIuHtouvlllc, First-Clas- - Kentucky. s Turnouts 4)1 Furnished at the lowest living rates. Give us a call when in this section. more, is of as sterling worth as tho first of ita lino. Tlio mace bos its high priest in tho Every person of tbo scrgcant-at-armday nt high noon, when tho houso meeta, this official enters the hall, bearing the symbol in his hands, and places it upon its jx'destal When the hom-- adjouniB or takes a recess ho carries it away to ita cloister. Sometimes ho takes it away when tho houso continues iu session, or appears to do so, and this is Mimething which the visitor cannot understand. The explanation is a simple ono. Nearly every day tho houso resolves itself into committeo of tho wholo houso on tho state of tlio Union. Usually on such occasions tho speaker retires after calling a member to tho chair, though ho may preddo if ho wishes to do so. Tho committee of tho wholo is not tho houso of representatives, but what its namo indicates, a simplo committeo of which every member of tho houso is a member, and consequently tho maco baa no proper silent guardian of ita delibplace as erations. When so ordered by tho speaker tlio high priest of tho maco lifts tho ancient symlwl from its piaco and carries it, held aloft, upon tho floor among tho members. If there is disturbauco there you may bo sure it will quickly s. o Tlio Owmerlnjr Time?. Knir li tins rorld note nutumnVi wmring, Arid Uo ftlticcarj on li lorv; ahfd; Bwi;c are (lit tlajra now winter's nnrm:7, Aiul ail Tiuda reign Uiat the wiod h dwuL tbr-o-al- , hang yellow, Duiuk ss ttw lWe w hrrt ItrljrW a Ut UoHSOHM a Um tpring; Dumb U Uir ckM wkre the pmrrow mellow, And tuMtt Lut tLe laUM re4brrws aiug. Fair oj Uui Lycuit, Lut wnUtt LU frvctiins Gray uore uitttUft of Uie hlddni nui; Fair wan Uu husuuer, bwt otrrwrfaing, So rxu) I Jrt o'ctrvvi nee ilays were iloui Oomo tLen, lovo, for pnara U upon U8, Far JJ W ftillujr, aod fw U (cur: tiaiJi won im. I7eru when Uui roi In lie BOOTS Otn SHOES In U10 cartwrUr UJo uC luo tuppr ynr. Stock is Now Complete And Full of tho Best Goods on the Market. We are still Sole Agents for the Celebrated Co:iu) froui Xlut (fray old aexu." by Uif water, Wburu far froui Uw liti tf tix- - .unr;ry Urn o'er the VU of tin Qrwa uro-jviii- i klaui; Utrr, And all U a tola for Ihua aiul run. -- WUUoiu Viurrli iu EqkIUXi IUiutratd Kagaalne. gri fti disap-IK-a- r. COOK & BOGLE, THIS MILLINERS, Hustonville, - - - Ky., Invite the public to call and sec mystery. Tliey poo, ntaniling uion a their beautiful line of round marble block, nt tho right of thu Till: MACK AT KUST. Trimmed Hats. Work done artistically and on short notice. A portion of your patronage is solicited. -- ejK'aker'B cliair a contrivnnco which oo TO- - looks liko a Imncllo of nticka, Minnount-ts- l by a ball nml a blnL No ono pays attontion to thin eiueor ilovice. It in so boldom used und ho often wen standing in its plitco that inumlwrs and other habitue of tlic hall nppwir to ba of it rztstonco. Tho stranger, howuvur, rarely fails to ask what it is. Lucky, ttitltHt, in thu vittitor who Fees the mnce in action. Tlio maco is mighty nl B. F. ROUT & when utirred to movomuiit It could not exert a moro potent chnnn ') if it wore a heathen idol and tlio occuWhon pant of the floor its dovotees. KOK- tlio mac is taken down from its iwdestnl and earned upin tho floor tho vihitor may feel sure thtro is n crisis. Ihero u extraordinary dicurder, a tlsticutr or a INriot. As a rnle. tho maco is not used more of ton than onco a year, but its every Thero wmsation. nppeuraneo create was never yet a man so lold m to right of way with tho maco. All Hoots, Shoes, Candies, &c, bonds aro bowed boforo it; all tongues As cheap as can be found. Come bilcnt. And why not? It is tho only royal itibignU in this government. It is and see us and be convinced. tho most jiotential instrtunent of ceremony or ensign of authority on this continent. The maco represents tho majesty of tlio American houso of commons, und tliat means tho people, Tho admiral of the navy may havo his flag and ROWLAND, KY., tho general of tho nrmy his star, but )elcr in what aro they if tho body tho mace rules dwa not support them? XVuiisj Ccuferfionsriss f. Fancy Groceries, All honor, therefore, to tho mace, and do not miter at it becanso nt first glanco Desires to call the attention of the of ancient mummery, it public to the completeness of n appca.ru n relic decorated stick. Tho tncnuingless, his stock and invites inspection races lotmgo and play about its pedestal of it. I Ic will have a display of as if n were n pieco of furniture, but it CHRISTMAS GOODS, which he is really the ono potential wand in this invites every citizen of Rowland country, the ono inanimato . object which power. to see. Remember you can get typifltw actual to the maco tho gavel is Conitwiml a good lunch at any hour at his nothing The gavel appeals for order. First-ClasRestaurant. The mace enforces it. Tho gavel is a mere mallet, a sounding instrument, which may roar and pound and rattlo in vain. Tlio maco is a silent, majestic force which has but to bo sen and it is A tncmtier may disregard tho 1 would respectfully i)J obeyed. my old Irieml fcpe.iker and express contempt for his customers that I am again t ork at my ami would le pleated to receive any uork in gavel, bnt tho man who failed to bow the way of before tho maco would endangor his Watch, Olock or Jowclry Repair- right to hit in tho house. IJo might even itiMilt tho Bpoaker, for ho is but an ing. Tho repairing Sewing Machines, Ouns, Pistols, oflicor of tho houso. its creature. Alio Lock., &,. All maco invariably commands his respect, it is Work Noatly nml Promptly Dono forWhen the houso itself. tho American congress first met And M armntcd by it was jHTceived that it should have, in rilOMAS tUCIlAttltS, Stanford, ICy. some form, a symbol which all men lloom up stairs, Odil Fellows' liinMinc, enlranca would holtl in nwo and reverence, and net d.Kir lo o,t oilke bo a maco was fashioned of obony, bound with diver, and surmounted by n silver globe and an caglo of solid gold. It was baptised, crowned and enthroned, and Newport News .V Mississippi Valley Co , "K. I). ' reigned supremo till tho British soldiers Solid Vntibulrd Trains to came along in ISM and burned tho Capiwas destroyod. Philadelphia tol Then tho macodisappeared, and Th no solid gold eaglo Baltimore, Now York, BARGAINS -- Dry Goods, Groceries, s This high priest of the maco is also a the Boot and Shoe line. Fort of father confessor to tho statesmen of the house. All, if lua secrets were unveiled what sensationa there would bo has in tho land! Tho scrgeant-at-arm- s many delicato duties to perform besidca that of polishing up tho gold eagle. A. C. SINE. J X MENEFEE. Onco in a session or so it happens that a disclowj tho call of the roll failing to presence of a quorum, tho Bergeant-at-nnn- s is ordered to apprehend absent memliera and bring them before tho bar is of the houso. Tho wjrgeant-at-arm- s The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. supIosed to know just whore theso deSASH, LUMBER, linquents aro to bo found, nnd ho and his .'iMiiHtnnta generally do know. A LATEZ, BOORS, drinking saloon not far from tho CapiI5LSNDS, SIDING, tol is usually drawn on for a limited statesmen. number of Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. A few doors down Now Jorsoy nlnio t on tho site of tho first WOVEN WIRE & FENCE. manor houso erected in tho Capital City, poker coterio is occasionally ina We carry a full stock of everything found in a terrupted by tho knocking at tho door of In tho immediate Tho Flnost oniEarth. tho tergoant-at-armR is nuighlwrhood aro two or threo other The Cincinnati, Hamilton .V Dayton R Safety only line running l'ullman's l'ertected dens in which jack pots are onco in a the VeMiMiled Trains, with Chair, Parlor, Sleeping Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract between while broken up by tho nppearanco of nnd iJininc Car service and the Cincinnati, only line is and Chicago the officers of tho houso. Not many Cln-- c for building. SINK & MEXKFEE, Stanford, Ky. Through Reclining Chair Cars bttween years aijo threo young statesmen were nnati, Keokuk and Springfield, 111. andSIecping canght in a houso on this fa.tino avenue Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw; and the Only in an undignified but not roprehonsiblo Deiween Cincinnati, Direct Lino Toledo, DeDayton, Luna, plight They wore whiling away tho troit, the I.aVe Regions and Cnnada. learning to The road is ne of the oldest in the State oi dull hours of an afternoon only line entering Cincinnati over 25 - nve-nu- o, Ulxatl. Thero must bo bomethim; in a name, after all. Tho graud jury reported a number of "truo Lills" against certain law breakers, and also reporU.nl that they could not find sulBciout evidence on which to bold a number of alleged law breakers. Among the former was colored gent named Jackson, against whom sai indictment waa found for carving a colorod brother with a razor, and among tho Litter was a white man of U10 ktaino uawo. When th- ahoriff was ordwxl to produce his pruominj in court yesterday he was h&udcd u liat of tbu namos of Uie men wantod. Tlio first batch brought over were tlioso against whom "no bill" When tho najnos were was did cidleil at tho jail tho whito Jadc-onot imswcr to hu name, but in his place tho colored party stepped up. Ho of the white face thought it policy to "lay low," ho ho baid notldng. When too names wore called in court nud the prinouuni were ordered to stand up Uio colured man answered promptly to tho white man's name, and ho wae duly discharged by Judgo Seaver. Mr. Jackfou ri'tnined to tho jail for something, ami Uie jailer, luqiiwuing to know Uiat Jackkou hiid lwcu indicted, thought thero was some mistake and locked him up. IJo was rearraigned later und plwwled guilty. Tiio white Jackson was finally released. BuiTalo Commercial. Cut tba Nuiumi n Buell Waterproof Boots, Also a Large Assortment of MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard Screwed. HAITD SEWED Hand-Turned, MACHX2TE SEWED, Goodyear Welts, in fact almost everything needed STAGG & McROBERTS. Stanford Lumber Yard, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, SLAT P0anufacturers of s. FIRST GX.KSS I.XJMBSH "STABB. run-dn- (lis-put- o ,1 fttia i " i Jl f &. Ohioand the miles of double track, and fr Din its pan record can moretliati assure its patrons speed, comfort and safety. Tickets on sale everywhere, and see that they read C , II &V.. cither in or out of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or Toledo. E. O McCORMICK. General I'aenger and Ticket Agent. ROBERT FEKEL, -- Watch Inspector L. & X. R. R., dealer in- - Hatches, Blocks km Bewelry. JOHN" CARRIER, Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. The records show that from July 4, 18SG, tlio Indians cost 1770, to Juno 30, .SS'J.OOO, or about tho government for every buck, squaw and papoose (Stanford, Ky.) in the country nt the time o( tho first I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. white settlement. $1-0- The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ub ers, salt rheum, fovcr sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruji tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir cd. It Is guaranteed to pive perfect satisfaction, or moity retui ded I'rice 35 cents per box. For uie bv A. K. I'enny, Sttntord, Ky. Rev. F. M Shrout, Pastor United States Ureih ren Church, lllue Mound, Kan., says: "I lee it my duty to tell what woadcrs Dr. King s New Disbadly My me the man of the maco rushed in upon covery has done lorparishioners lungs wereI could thought diseased, and my away to tho bar live only a few weeks. took fivo bottles of Dr. them and waltzed them well, nnd am of tho house, thero to mako their expla- King's New Discoveryweight." sound and aginlug 36 pounds in nation. Arthur Love, Manager Love's Funny Folk's Whon a memlier is called before tho Combination, writes: "After a thorough trial Dr. I am confident bar to givo reasons for his absence ho is and convincing evidence, Consumption that tm beats Kinc's New Discovery tor not sworn to tell tho truth. It would bo all, and ures when everything lse falls. The thousand I can exceedingly awkward nt times if this ex- greatest kindness them to do my" many trial botFree try It fiends is to urgo action were inado of him, for statesmen tles at A R. Penny's Drugstore. Regular sues have been taken out of professional gam- 50 cts. and $i.oo. 1 Bucklen's Arnica Salve a oA'ncn xiox lh a uaooage cau. waltz at a privato daucing school, when Tho Pulpit and tho Stajre. IPtmbmtHMUmA Is Receiving His s FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. TO TK3S PTJBI.XC. inCi-u- u prof-lo- n jJ-- tf OLD EY. ROUTS Washington, All point Kait and Southeast, Only one merit out trom LennKton. Corrected Tim Card in Effect Not. 6, ifyo. STATIONS. Lre Stanford 11 " " " " Lexington-- .. Fait Tatt.Maili Accom Kipress. Daily Daily. Ka. Sua. Daily ii 30 n'n j 17 am 11 jo n'n 6 15 pm 11 40 ami 33 pm 7 00 pm 11 43 pm 6 40 pm " Catletttburg Wincheiter K. U. Junction. Ml. Sterling Morehead ... Olive Hill Ashland. Huntington.... . j 7 30 Pm pm t 13 pm 7 10 35 pm 10 4j pm t 3.3 5 35 5 i r" pm pn 40 15 pit am aw 1000 m ii 07 pm jo pm 635pm s a iJ3-3-- - BUM pm pm WEST HOUND. friaiaL-l'l Jl? . 5 W&X Huntinctoiu Ltc Catlettsburg Winchoter... Arr Lexington ... Olivo IlilL... M Mi Sterling 1 1 1 10 pm " Ashland " 10 pm 6 5 'in 40 pm 6 30 am pm 8 47 aoi 4 a; pm 10 ss am 5 07 r.. 11 45 am J 35 pm ia 40 pir a 38 6 00 in 300 s6 3 'ilg'ZW rJ W1I ylf'fL Vfra "w J ! J 1 8 lo uui " ' TOR MACE IN ACTION. r Old Point Comfort. celebrated doubt wns carried away by sorao vandal Limited Vettibuled Kxprea rum dally nnd taa soldier nnd sacrificed to cupidity and Huffet Sleepers between I'ullman Vtitibuled Unhappy fato of LexinRton, WaahiriRion, New York an.! tho melting pot Lou-Uvlll- Thl train ii made part of the .Maco II When tho houso noxt convened thero was much consternation at tho nbsenco Kait of llunlincton Siindny beFat Mail Train run dally except Uke direct of tlio godhcnjl of parliamentary authortween Lexington and HuntirRton. ity. To meet tho exigency a now god with C .VO.iat Aih connection at llunlincton wiih S. V. R ai Winchester with K C It was quickly created, a fnlso god comland k north and south bound, and at Lexington with pared to tho thing of royal worth and Li S S. I. S. and C. N. O. & T. I'. Kailioads. . beauty which had preceded it Maco II Sill.... llttl A.fnmlnn. 9lmnil4l -j " ",." I.exinKion au at Winchester to and from K C. points was nothing but a pieco of common pino Connec o iv. wiin id at Lexinfitor. ..(. n.m i.. riK.!lP.t ift cr wood, painted nnd stained in imitation ft - fill,!. r or yply iiiiuiniii'. of thi- or connectmcmiltFfl. of ebony. This ono reigned till thero iuh lines to any agent tic was time to procure another of more S. F. II. MORSE, 0rH E. HUNTINGTON, O. I . A , material, and Maco III, which wo and O. Mv V. P. Cincinnati, Ohio now 6co in tho houso, and which has S. HARRISON. r g!m I Sgton, Ky.W. T. P. A., A.hland.K v been thero for seventy-fiv- e years or F.on F. C.V. O. Route. & the J 1 u" U - -- 111 "-- i"i" " cu-duri- bling dens nnd worso places by tho unrelenting but happily secret keeping officials. Tho man of tho maco must have discretion ns well as zeal, for it would not do to take an intoxicated htatesman into tho presence of tho houso. That would offend tho dignity of the body, nnd bo decidedly uncomforttblo for tho member. In such cases tho officer discreetly reports "not to bo found." Moro than ono statesman of renown owes his fair famo to tho reticenco nnd or his discretion of a bcrgeant-at-anu- s assistant It is a matter of general congratulation, however, that drunkenness, gambling and worse vices are much less frequent now among public men than they were in tho old days. Thero are no public gambling houses in "Washington, nnd tho members who often get drunk could bo counted on one's fingers. Some Etrango stories are told by asconcerning sistant sergeants-at-arm- s their experiences with junkets and funerals. It is the duty of these officials to net as funeral masters when a member of the honse dies, nnd to make all arrangements for transporting th corpse to tho place of interment, accompanied by a committeo of congresamen. As a rulo, of into years these funeral excursions nro managed with dignity nnd solemnity, though it would bo contrary to human nature if a fow small jugs and a limited number of bottles of wino nnd boxes of cigars were not included in tho paraphernalia of woe. Many funeral scandals havo conio to light through publication of tho items of expense, but ono story has down to this time escaped tho chroniclers of tho press. It was told tho other day by an 'l was managing a funeral trip once," said this gentleman, "and tho journey was a long and tedious one. The committeo insisted that I should lay in a supply of whisky nud wine, and I did so. But thero was no place to storo tho goods and no placo in which to keep ice and tho other articles which help to mako thoo tilings go off smoothly. So wo went into tho baggago car nnd thero fixed up n littlo bar of our own. And what do you supposo it was wo put our bottles on nnd took our drinks from? Why, tho pino box, in which lay tho of our deceased member." S. II Clifford, New Caisell, Wis., was troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism, Ins stomach was disordered, ills licr was alfected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in llesh and strength. Three bottles of Flectric Hitters cured him Kdwnrd Shepherd, Harmhurg. 111., had a "inUsed ning sore on his leg ol eight years' standing. boxes three bottles of Electric Hitters and seven sound teg Is ol llucklen's Arnica Salve and his and well. John Speaker, Catawba. Ohio, had five large fever sores on his lejr, doctors said he One bottle Electric Illtersand was incurable one x llucklen's Arnica Salve cur d him entireSold at A. R. Penny's drug store. ly U- - Spoclmon Cases. Fine and Staple Groceries, CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIM STREETS. Molasses, Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Salt, Syrups, Honey, Meal. Lard, Flour, FARINACEOUS Spices, Cheese, Maccaroni, Raisins, GOODS: Flavoring Extracts, Figs, Citron, Prunes, Currants, The tedious speaker always makes his Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, Parlor and Hall Lamps, best point when he conies to a stop. m Oucensware and Tinware. XI (lea' rtrvu mid Liver IMIIh. ii A11 liver itnunr -- a. l n,M ti..o' Final ..".in rdi.i .1 '.'" UUir..iiU I Vh-- v not on the tho nerves , i.i.k mil It Uvor, ,. '. .1 .- ad ud MARK KimDX20 Qampu.irs-Mui- rt fai..itlur.t. constipi ehlUlrpn touts drug Tli. narrow u. capo of Mri, Fl. 31 Sesrles, ol 1. wonElkhart, I int., from n pronmturo derful She !talo that "(or twenty T9irs mv I liccamo worse. hrart troiilil'-- m rtroitlv. Ilotl tumtlierlntr spelN, short hrcu.h tluttorlng; on my b'ttM 10 Ii utmcieh Pain e.nild uni In Breaist. sliounl-- r uml stomach Annies stoclirii. itd much Ii.iU.iorni jnd dizziness. Tiratmt'iit itnl nil no gno.l mini I triod Ir. MIIea'N' w llcan Curo unit Kutiorntlvo Narv-- " Im1 me, und I soon Tlio firt liotun s.ilo nt A. It runny'ilr ua ly iuri-i- l il-J May Tlnanlc Iter Slurs. DRUGS amJJEWELRY Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. Nekve. live tori'. A Uuo booli on lr - lliu ilCAItr and Tho exciteinc tnmel hr U M rrent event Is bv thn irrcnt arcvlv Qimied lr tli.. p "l AVre roi'rr o? Dr Miir. tin- - Ji't'nr. liftchange nnf It .r"'i'l l elm-- , .irroiis life, pui i ilullnsu'iil In heart, flU, 8lei" R ni",s. th.j Iiiik f.' iPiiriKln, &palpitaXV Co., of Snow tion, tno.it y i..ms, S.ricn. N Y . Ta bo t ii'i 1 Mos of (Jreens-tmnr- . W ll.k.el) ir.i, of Wooster, A Intl . O.-nUnit 'Tie Nerv in- - sell bettor thnn suld, nud give universal HnytluiKwc sa isfui t'fii ' Dr Mili- - mw llluslrutcil treat-Uon tin) N IM's and I Oirt and trial uotllo froo ut A. K. lViin - ' iiir tor P il a-v o -- VUc TVorlfl's rTnlr. MAMPBrar WATCH,' Railroad Watch. Tho Best. in .2 w w P 5 a' 13 0 ra -- s 5 E g 2 n ' ? v 3' 1 ft L o I' P S Santa (JIhuh is p'tiiiiK ready to go into ihi'chiUiren'H hoMery business. p O . S " g ai! - 5 $ "' C O u When Baby was sick, wo garo her Costorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. 'When she had Cull 'ren, tho gave them Castoria. o - o " s n O I ain Street, Cpp. Court-Hous- B. H. DANKS, Jeweler, J. 8. WELLS, Ph. Q. Preso. Oik. STAN! ORD, Ky Walter Wellman. X,il,m M f..li..-n.. zn.::jji.mmmm iiini..,..,,..,.., ,,,tmmm mm T1trn f fnipw mm" !.& ( p iii Iiii iiyhyM,w.g.ni.l.. .i.t,ip iii nimin;itiwimt"f Itjcawuiur-,-. 1 i n : now and much larger building will bo required (o accommodato tho custom. Only 10 republican patriots arcstriv-luEleoant New Holiday Stock. A e. for tho Cincinnati complete assortment; nny quantity of Stanford, Ky - Decumiikk 19, 1890 Alfred II. Terry, Major General U. suitable gifts for old and young. Our S. A., died Tuesday morning in Now Ha display is worth your inspection. Don't veil, Ct., aged Gil. wait until the last, but come at once and V. F Tim Jorillurd Brick Works Co., of seo our complete lino of diamonds, jewHa-pp1 ! NYw York, has foiled for $7,000,000, with elry, watches, clocks, silverware, novelSl',000,is ties. Ac. Weatherfonl k Cook. Hon. He.vuy D. McIIkjjiiv, delegate to assets of between $1,500,000 and 000. Cloyd, an industrious colored Jerry thn constitutional convention from Ohio After a long debate the House, by a man of this place, had an anklo badly county, died suddenly Wednesday nt his Apportionment crushed in a hay press nt Mr. J. Walker of homo nt Hartford, whither he hnd jrone vote IS" toS2, passed bill, fixing representation in that body Given' last week. Some imaginative aca few days before somewhat com;''dn-inir- . at 35(1 members. quaintance of Jerry's started a rumor PnriiiK an active life of (31 years, The steamer Ohio, on route from that he thrust his foot into the press to arGoods ofCol. McIIenry hold many ollices of honMemphis to Cinciuhati, struck a enag rest a runaway team which threatened or and trust, having been representative, Cottonwood Point Monday night and tho destruction of tho machinery. State Senator, Congressman and finally at went down; loss $15,000. Genial Lou Holmes, one of the cleva member of the convention to frame an" A deficiency of f 2,500 has already erest pilgrims on the road, shared with other constitution for Kentucky, in been discovered in the accounts of tho his host of friends tho Heine concert which capacity his father served in the absconding postmaster at Decatur, Ala., Friday night. Wo should have interMl). He had several time convention of and it is expected to reach $5,000. viewed Lou on tho iniquity of tho represented his State in national conven-ticin- c White Butlalo Man, a son of Sitting bill as applied to tinware, etc., 1S70 has been Kentucand since says ttie killing ot ins lamer was in his line, had it been opportune. .Miss And, We ky's representative on the National Dem Hull, right, but unless tho government is Fannie Leo Harper ban gone on a visit to We vert ocratic Committee. While not a great prompt there will bo serious trouble re- to .Miss Naomi Forsytho and other school 1 man, Col. McIIenry was poss "sed of Goods jj girl friends at Harrodsburg. great energy and activity and oil with sult. to of At Lexington Lewis Johnson, conMiss Mary V. Carpenter, our home nil his might whatever heatteni'od. He victed of rape, was sentenced to 15 years artist, is at home, nfter a prolonged so.. .. j ..- - . had taken quite a leading part in the i i i i v j. j i. Alonzo John was journ at Pittsburg, where she has taught Costs, D Will oe Ct penitentiary. iuil convention and his loss will bo felt in in the given 20 years on three charges of house a large class in nrt. Her stay was parfri.nii.flx the body. breaking. ticularly pleasant and, wo hope, pecuni with. The Clearfield County 15 ink, Clear- arily profitable. Miss Mary is an enthu The news comes that Sitting Bull, the some more. field, I'd., has assigned. It is tho prop- siastic devotee to art and tho few of her Sioux chief, has been killed S. Senator Wallace, who-nLearning that he was about to depatt for erty of Ex-early specimens we have seen manifest a the Bad Lands, where all of the bad In- indebtedness is 5400,000. Tho assets aro pronounced genius, which art critics dedians are supposed to bo congregated, n said to bo $000,000. clare of a superior order. We have long We U. W. Simmons was shot at Argen promised oursolf the enjoyment of a visit sqund of Indian police was sent out to . , . f st 1)1 ) i J r iviv ,.w, i . . l tWllfAMziiidtti 1" ft t k,u ri i Neal, who surprised to her studio. nut 11.11111 ij nt incur, ci.fc arrest him. This was accomplished, but tine Kas., by James Hie llioi-eWe his followers attempted to rescuo him him in Mrs. Nenl's room and shot and Mr. J. W. Allen got back from the and in the fight which resulted, the fatally wounded him as ho tried to es- South Friday thoroughly disgusted with Sot: so ....... y i.i.r.holx n.a w V w .SI chief, hio son, Crow Foot, six other In- cape by a back way. the mule market. Industrious verbal, Kepublican Senators held thoir third epistolary ami leiegrapmc niqiiiiivn um-edians an J five policemen were killed. The cavalry that was supporting the po- caucus Wednesday night at Washington to find a better market than Atlanta, lice came up by this time, and the Indi-a- and decided upon a financial policy, hence with characteristic promptitudo lied, leaving their women and chil- which will provide for the- purchase of and sagacity Jim closed out nt highe&t Main Street, Stanford, Ky, .11. dren captives. It seems that the admin- $12,000,000 silver bullion surplus; the re- figures obtainable and hastened back for duction of the compulsory bond deposits a new deal, which promises a return of istration is determined to get up an of national banks; the extension of na- some Of his big losses. If a richly dewar whether or no. tional banks' cucnlatiou to the full served prosperity, even approximately the Druid Mills Manufacturing Co., of ATA Kilkenny cat fight is literally in amount of their bond deposits and the commensurate with Jim's indefatigable Baltimore; liabilities $400,000; aim the Trow Printing and Publinhing Co, of piogress in Ireland between the Parnell replacement of the deficiency in tho na- get-uattended his enterprises, and Davitt factions and such scenes ns tional bank circirculation below $150,000 ho would soon head the list of Kentucky New York; liabilities unknown; nHu tho Farmers Buik at I'ontuinvllle, Iowa; liure enacted would bring to blusli even qoo i,v treasury notes based on silver capitalists. the most disreputable election methods bullion purchases, The bill it ill nlso H ti (Iiunn appears to have abilities $00,000. Mr. Cox concludes by Capt. Joo ever witnessed in this country. A gen-- ; j,r0vido for free coinage when silver is construed literally tho assurance jthat saying that "general relief is near at You will find eral fight occurred at Kilkenny, wliero maintained at par for one year, "Sinners stand on slippery places" and hand." Prolmbly it would be well to the two meu spoke Tuesday, in which disregarded tho warning against gravelly wait a few days and seo how near "GenCONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION, shillalahs were used and numerous heads and sandy foundations. In gliding over oral Belief" is with his forces boter- - go--; ' n tbiui out pick-- . broken. In the melee some scoundrel of Liberty's thor- mg into camp without The meInbcr8 0 Uomo ou tht.ir the icy sidewalk of one ; threw a hand ul of quick hme into Par- - railr0iU, week ho fell and ots. to enjoy a holiday oughfares early last j.ass liHtehee out As each season of tho i.e.. a v3 , U.fi .. ,u .v,. ., .... .... aj UlL, gtat0,g ejtpt,we UI1 jnllU0rv (J. It fractured a kneecap, which misfortune rendering surgu-a- l assistance necessary. his attendance at circuit court its brood of poets, tho time is at hand The IJuckeye Force Pump, every one of which is guaranteed. Silt, ven, ikelff that mosk of thjjn wi prevents Lime and Cement a full .stock of Wagon Material and Shelf Hard-ware- ; have their fun spoiled by hearing somu iw clerk. Wo aro glad to report that the for the production of odns to the "beauhas been a month and a half since hills" and the captain has sullered but little from his tiful snow," tho full line of Ranges and Cook Stovrs, among them Hridgc-ford'the election, but Michigan Is just declar- disagreeable things from their constitu- misfortune and is hopeful of an early re- in'rry jinglo of bells upon tho fiery liconomist; Columbian; Heating Stoves, Enameled and I'lafn ing her official vole. It is good enough, ents. After spending a week or two in de- appearance at his desk, "good ns new." steeds that praneo in front of tho comto declare every day in the however, Grates. Harness, Saddles, &c. Staple and Fancv Groceries. Our old friend, Clint Jenkins, id sore- fortably robed sleighs. It is tho time year. The democratic majority for gov- bating the election claum in tho Com- ly chagrined by tho out- when lovers talk of love, and lay their You will receive polite attention, and, best of all. rock bottom nrirp: mystified and ernor is 11,520. Every democratic State mittee of tho Whole, the members will come of a favorite hen's faithful and pro- plans for tho future, confident that no now take a whack at it in convention. candidate and 9 out of 11 Congressmen longed incubation. As ho wag not aware clouds will ever o'ershawdow their pathnro elected. In the present Congress It has been finally decided that a man of the exact time she began the required way or trouble disturb their dreams. A the representation s auds 9 republicans must be 21 years old, and has resided in three weeks' maintenance of a uniform prosy view of the ways of tho fledglings to 2 democrats. In 1863 tho State went the State one year, tho county 0 months temperature, in a snug nest at the kirn, who havo thus emerged from their shells and tho precinct tiO days before ho can 12,911 for Harrison. vote, but persoiis convicted of felony or he awaited the regulation time before would suggest more marked improveinvestigating tho why ofoldSpeck's com- ment in the saving in time, expense and It seems that Attorney General Miller treason, unless pardoned, those in himself greater than the law, liuement under judgment of tho couit placent persistency and was dumfounded worry incident to tho usual courtship Sis. has been using official envelopes which for borne penal ollonse, idiots and ius.uiu on lifting tho hen to discover that she that results in marriage. Instead of free of postage, for his private corres-- , people will not bo allowed tiio right of had hatched out a Hock of kittens. What bothering the printer with badly congo Uncle Clint would like the best in tho structed rhymes addressed to tho ey pondence, and an effort is being made to su II rage, j world to know is who perpetrated that brows of those thoy admire, and annoy! indict him at Indianapolis. Tho fine is cruel substitution of eggs on an unsus- ing the old folks by keeping them up at MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. $300 and imprisonment if not paid. If unseasonable hours, thereby making sepecting old hen. Miller is worthy of even being menTho much talked of marriage which rious inroads into the coal pile and esFor Christmas Presents come and see our connection with tho supremo tioned in LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. was to have occurred this wetk, seems tablishing reputations for being always judgeship he cannot plead ignorance to have been declared oil'. Quito a number of the boarders at on hand when not wanted, tho spring even if that were an excuse for the inMr. J. F. Cash and Miss Pauline Garnird College will spend tho holidays chicken might say to Ins : Sets, fraction of law. Douglas, of tho May wood vicinity, were at their homes. "Nancy Francis Anno, I love you, and Vases, Sets, The young folks are thinking of giv- have- an insane desire to pay your hoard. Tiie pension bureau h.ia rendered n married at the bride's homo U'odnea- day. ing an impromptu dance at tho Hohncs Say yea and we'll immediately hitch in decision that a Confederate soldier, who Sandford Wheeler and Mrs. Lillie house one night next week. afterwards Berved in the Union army, is double harness and trot together the balAt last account Dr. Jennings Price ance of our lives; at least until we got to a pension on account of disa-- 1 Hampton, of Mercer, both married, have entitled ljilities. He ought not to bo though. A eloped. Mrs. Hampton is a daughter of was resting much easier. His son, Col. down to the last quarter stretch." 11 1 'IV. II - I, .1 biock W. C. Price, of Danville, is horo attend- Whereupon Nancy Francis Anno would rope or tho penitentiary would better xj.j, Acriiuuo, mo ing him. fello'w who would de- dealer. . , suit tho case of a turn her bewildered pink eyes towards Canned Fruits and Vegetables, Apricots, Pears, Peaches, Raspberries, A young fellow giving his name as Miss Lula, tho pretty daughter of a colors, much less do so for tho sert his Pine Apple sliced, Pine Apple grated, French Peas, Hcans, Yar- Saturday night thosti of her adored ami with Mr. J. It. Richardson, of Somerset, aud Skinner came to town of fighting nirainut them. eutu-- w purpose proceeded to mouth Corn, Tomatoes. Mr. A. M. Girdler. a prominent vouiil- - and filling himself up, look, say: "Jeems Spriggius, How" up by tho tail. Night hold "Battle Wk commend especially to our farmer, business man of that place, will bo : I'm yours I" and thus would end the IDIES Policeman Kd Finley went to him and chapter. tho article on "Ueripiocity" by riuU Wednesday, IMth. he promised to leave town. As he Layer Figs, Cooking Figs, L. L. Raisins, California Prunes, Leghorn Prof. J. S. lteppert. Ho shows the foliaJ. W. Adams and Miss Enico Tho proposition to embody in the new leading republican's position ' uon, both of the Dripping Springs neigh-an- started oir he fired several shots at Fin-leCitron, Apples, Apricots, Peaches, Currants. fortunately without effect. Fin-le- ronstitii'.ion a provision declaring equaldemonstrates in a forcible manner borhood, obtained license hero W'ednes-hothen emptied his revolver at the ly guilty and deserving of punishment Mince Meat, Potted Meats, Canned Uccf, his parly would hoodwink tho day and were married at tho bride's gives an well as the one iarmers, while really legislating tor the homo yesterday by Key. L. P. Johnson. then fleeing Skinner, but tho night be tho ono who Gelatine, Chocolate, Cocoa, Skin-ue- r who receives a bribe, would ho boiiio-whho failed to hit him. ing bo dark benefit of its favorites, the monopolists. Kev. W. W. Uruce, of tho Huston-vill- o embarrassing to any ono who had Laundry Soap, Castile Soap, Toilet Soap, has not yet been captured. Presbyterian church, and Miss It is announced that Uncle Ben Harri- daughter of Bro. Joo II. Hopper, Hose, Miss Sallio Noel has been quite sick in nny way secured his election by the K complete line of Plain and Fancy Candies, Oranges, Lemons, were son will begin tho publication of a daily days but is improving. Miss use of money, when called upon to cast married at Perry ville last night. The for a few Nuts. s, Constitution-makerhowevat Bowling Crcen Jan. 1, with Judgo J. Addio Buriisido returned Wednesday his vote. "W. Jones and Maj. It. M. Cox as editors, young people of Hustonvillo to tho num- from Oxford, Ohio, where sho has been er, would never bo suspected of doing Extkacts; Lemon, Vanilla, Almond, Strawberry, Banana, Pine and is now engaged in moving his plant ber of 20 or more hired A. T. Ntinnel-L-y'- s attending college. Clyde Herring, of anything so disreputable as corrupting Apple, Apricot, Orange, Cinnamon. 'bus and went down to seethe knot Wo hope tha old will all no doubt acfrom Henderson. Louisville is hero to spend tho Holidays. tho ballot and they quit themselves like men when call upon will strike it rich and live long to well tied. man Mrs. J. E. Stonnes attended thelludson-Wihno- re enjoy the good things of earth. wedding at Nicholasvillo Wed- to vote. A mero declaration of guilt DEATHS' D0INUS. nesday. Miss Jennio Faulkner, one of would amount to but little unless tho The city tar in Louisville has been Abo Chaplin, a pioneer citizen of tho lady commissioners to tho World's constitution should provide the mode of ilxed at S2.17 on the $100 with an addi- Mercer, died Monday. necessary to a Fair, has returned from Chicago. Mrs. obUiining tho testimony tional amount yet to bo fixed for parks. Tho members might spend Henry Talbott, aged 78, was found W. daughter, Christine, and conviction. HE It costs something to live in a large city dead in his bed ut Paris Weunesday MissO. Bradley, were in Cincinnati tho some time very profitably in finding a Juliet Gill "but then a man gets some value received is not at all morning. first of the week shoppinir. Mrs. W. 0. solution of this question. It whereas he can never see what he is M. S. Baughman received a dispatch Sweeney is visitiiig in Louisville. Misses probable that either tho giver or receivpaying out money for taxes for in a small Tuesday night informing him of tho Hagan and Crutcher, of Richmond, and er vl a bribe will ever bo called to testify town. death of Morris, tho son of Miss Taylor, of Cincinnati, will spend tho in a court of imtico a:rdiiHt each other tho Georgia legislature is a (mem- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hussing, of Somer holidays with Miss Mamie Currey. Mr. and as they would doubtless bo the solo In ber who wears the euphoneous cogno- set. Lou Brown, of Covington, will spend repositories of their rascality, their secret Mas the largest and men of Potiphar Peareen and his life is lhoS. Uronston died suddenly at Christmas week with John M. Farra. would begin and end with them. made so weary by the numerous bad his homo in Richmond, Wednesday. He Prof. M. D. Hughes and family will MOST COMPLETE STOCK The Aztec Indians, of Mexico are look jokes on his name that he almost wishes was Secretary of State during Gov. tho residenco of Dr. Hill tho 1st ing for a Messiah. What thoy propose move to term and collector of iuternal of January. James I. Hamilton has to do with a Messiah if ono should come OF he had staid in obscurity, or had written revenue for the 8th district under Presi- rented Mrs Fowles' property on Lex himself simply P. P. Green. or what they desire ono to do for them (Hid dent Cleveland and a splendid old Ken- ington street and will move in tho first is not susceptible of demonstration. If The Tennessee Supremo Court has tucky gentleman. Ho leaves n widow ever shown in Stanford at prices of tho year. all the crazy Indians, crazy negroes and announced that violators of tho gaming and 9 living children. as low as the lowest. crnzy white men, who aro stretching Mr. Attilla Cox telegraphed tho law will bo sentenced to jail upon constraining their eyes mid on tho lGth that tho panic their necks, viction and will not, as heretofore, esHUST0NVILLE. Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s Mr. wasting their time in looking for in the State, is broken and confidence restored. cape with a nominal fine. could bo put to work in a corn who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Tho fame of Hiibtouvillo'snow land- Cox no doubt believed that to bo truo Warrants have been issued by the Don't have to when he telegraphed it, and yet thueamu field or breaking rock on a turnpike, send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully U. S. government for the three men, who lady, Mrs. Henry Camnitz, is fast done.' Old and should patronago contin- paper reports the assignment of Han- some good might be accomplished in took an Italian's bear from him at Your trade and work is solic of fools from their gold and silver taken at market price. and killed it. The prosecution ue to increase in the ratio of the past cock & Co., of Clarksvillo, Tenn., with turning n multitude ted and I guarantee satisfaction. , at the request of the Italian consul, few weeks, a commodious annex or a liabilities estimated at $180,000; also the follies. was Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal NEWS CONDENSED. g post-olllc- What Means This All ? These Shouts of Joy These WALTON. ship Hurrahs iii and It means that our SANTA CLAUS IS ABOARD. - With the heaviest cargo ever landed in Christinas and Holiday Stanford,. His proclamation is, sell everything in all departments of our vast establishment at lowest prices ever named in this town and vicinity. y MAKE THE PEOPLE HAPPY, re-omrilg- -- Santa's manifesto the will sell Dm Goods, Clothing. letter. Jlats, ranks, blwes, Carpets and Fancu Plush at the lowest rices ever quoted human beings, creating one the grandest and most marltable Holiday and Durgain Sales ever ur from the columns um liticriur uu'wuub. joilll insidcred. urni.tx. ues, all iguored. Christmas andJ'ew Year is the time when one's and relatives are presented 1 1 give them the Grandest Bargains of their lives. will carry out old U. COMMEMORATIVE TOKEN, In the shape of a useful or ornamental article. mm ,..... oiler in wiin departinnniiiiii J. ujjitr tiuiJiy wunis 1 1 1 SOME give away that handsome Plush Parlor possible. character of merchandise at greatly reduced prices. - will also soon secure as mam .- - - I d us THE LOUISVILLE -- STORE SALINGER, Manager. In-dia- n p and-go- t, , J, 33,, FOSTER'S - ' to-da- y Dick's Fa mous Feed Cuttcrsidhe ""'"" Farijier, the best lUevulor made; yir It "ice-cla- d s 1 tJROGEHIES AID S ! mmtE , Corner Somerset and Main Our Motto is "Quick Sales and Small Profits. lady-love- ' Bisque Figures, Beautiful Glass Water Coal Tin Toilet Handsome Chamber Sets, Stand Lamps, Swinging Lamps. groceries for the Holidays: -- I Wfii-Kuu- wu I l- ' mar-reade- rs ' - Ver-cyoft- v ej: ( y, d y j w at MARK HARDIN. The Old Reliable Jeweler in the Lead. A. R. Wntclies Penny Jewelry Mc-Crea- ry's Jt Courier-- Journal Mes-sali- s, wide-spreadin- g Bar-bourv- ille r P?nny V l'' - - - V i . . t , . r t tmki d-- ' - m tw!WMQQ Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal DlvCRMIIKIt IS), 1E90 Holiday Goods at A. A. Warren's. 1'loiuda Myers. orniiKCH 115c per dozen. S. 6. Hil- Hioiiest cash price paid for hides and furs at M. F. Hlkin & Uo'b. Kiicsii bones and pig feet which will probably be tho last this season. K. to-da- t SrANFORD, IvY , Ohio Kivkh and M?cliij;an Salt at ton's, Junction City, Ky. I'. Owsley. A. It. I'kn ny is Mill sellinp B.O.WAWON, BUB.ManaRer MEA!!S BUSINESS. Hilton, Junction City, has tlio largest clocks and anything in the jewelry line stock of Xinas goods south of the Ohio at cost. They are selling like hot cakes. Uiyer. watches DIA - The stock is kept up, new goods arriving Wc have the largest and finest assortment of precious stones ever introduced here and arc .sure to please Danoijiioub. Cheap candy is un- almost daily. Hut benr in mind that the most fastidious. Everything goes healthy. Go buy the. pure, recommen- they hell for cash only. Hring tlio mon. ey with you. ded by physiuiaiiH, from W, 15. Mcltob-ertsKrKiiYiioiiY Invited to cull nt A. H. Fiiik at Junction City. A little after 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, tho ovThe doctors liaven'l tested niy cnudics lVnny'fl nml hxuiiiIiiu liis stock of heaiiti-fi- ll but their wives and children have and en in the bakery of Mr. W. S. Iternard, pronounce them pure and wholesome. at Junction City, caught firo and in a nml useful holiday prctuMiK few moments the llimes were' communi8. 8. Myois. cated to the adjourning buildings, which IIknticd. Jiido T. L. Shelton has belonged to Mr. F. S. Tuttle. They were PERSONAL POINTS. Our stock comprises the larest designs in Rich Gold Jewelry, Fine Gold, Silver and Nickel Watches, rented ids hotel, bar and bar fixtures to occupied by him and his family, W. S. Wii.i, StvnuANCK In down with n Gray A Davis, of Paint Lick, for $100 per Bernard and D. A. Twaddle and were Sterling Silverware, Oak and Walnut Clocks and elegant Hronzcs in fact, everything that is beautiful. cold. month to tako pnqifMinn Jan. I. The entirely consumed. Mr. Tuttle's loss is Wii.iruinni.Knnd.tliootlior nick folkB judne. will keep house for tho present said to be $7,000, with no insurance, No old stock to work off, but only new goods at the Lowest Prices. arc improving. and says he is going to lead n quiet, easv Bernard had no insurance, but Twaddle Mit. AN Miw. W. G. Sai.a and MIbh life. had a small amount on his butcher shop Orn, HiitMit h few days in IniiavillH tliia fixtuies. The store room of Thos. BurTin: city council of Middlesboro, says week. nett on the opposite side also burned, Miw. J. 0. McClaiiy 1h vinitiim lier the News, has decided to stop all conwith itx contents, and tlio loss of about tract work after Dec. 2oth until March 1, $l,.r)00 slatiT, Mm, J. U. llniluy, at Oral) is entire. The livery stable of O. t owing to tho Htringency ol tho J. Thurmond and Weber's mid dllliruity in disposing of the Mh. V. 0. Haym, of Louisville, wits residence caught several times, but were city bonds. This hns no connection here this week toauo Ids itorf Mm. M. extinguished by tlio hard work of the Hooks, Toys, Dolls, Doll Buggies, Wagons, Sleds, Tool Sets and Hobby Horses, Toilet Cases in with the town compniiy's operations. inliimt'r. lire brigade. Plush and Metal; the largest assortment of New Games ever shown. Useful, appropriate and ornamental Miw Alicb O'Maiu, of Williamsburg, Ah tiik impression has been made on uillspiMid tlio holidays with Mr. and the public that Dr. J. (J. Carpenter would FOR FARMERS AND TRADERS. Mrfl.I.F. Steele. only do ollico woik, we wish to state the Hugs are selling at ;I0 cts. n dozen in SISnEfe Miui. MATTii:NKViUHnml Mro. V. V. doctor will ornithine to do both otlice Cincinnati. McUlary visited Mra. J. K. MuClary at practice, surgery ami general practice as Corn sold In Bourbon this week at Mt. Vernon this week. formerly. Olllce, alter .'llstof December, $2.25 in the field. Come and see the Grandest Display ever placed before the public. Come early, as first come are first Mim An.mk Daimiiiman went to Sonu on L'ini'AKtur street .'M K. A. White sold to 1). X. Prowitt 10 door above Kami- cruet Wednesday to attond the burial of ers' ll.uik A Trust Co., opposite served and wc are in a continual rush. Our House is Headquarters for HOLIDAY GOODS. hogs at III cents. little Morris HitHaiuiK. Ii. II. Stone sold to D. N. Prewitt n Dit. J. (iivK.vrtand wife, of I'ittahur, -X S6 IE53 w ?? cattle at 2 cts. lot of fat miw Solid Mim.doo.vk. The Advocate pubpawed down Tuufliwy to viilt tlio docJames Underwood sold to P.T. Gen. a n lishes a liht of Boyle county tor relutives uenrSliclhy City. try, of Boyle, a pair of horse inulob for H. II. Hakiiih, ii K'ud friend of the w ho are assessed at 10,000 mid over and Miu $250. Tho first duties of the new police J. and a No. 1. UookciiHllo county lWi it numbers lift). J. C. Caldwell huadsthc jack by Fou Salk. A nice year-olprocession with $lftll,32tf, 1'etor Gentry "Hobble's Beccher." H. H. Bronaugh, judge will probably bo to summons nil ocrat, was in town Wednesday. citizens, who are not subscribers to his Aitkuii conllneumut of 10 daya nt comes next with $10(1,07.'), W. It. Cecil Crab Orchard. Signal, before his honor to Teller W. M. follows with $l)5,:n, M. J. Fnrris with home with a uevi'M cold, For Sale. 10 liuad of cotton mules, paper, tho show cause why they shall not bo fined his post in tlio FnninjnT ?.S7.80O, U. (J. Kvnns $sa,3'.'0, Thos. I)rii;ht is hack nt ready for market. McKoberts A Briscoe, for contempt of court in fading to subItank AcTriihtCu. $", U0 and so on down. Shelby City, Ky. Mu. and Miw. II. y. WiTiiKrti wont to 150 scribe. Delinquents should beware. Lewis Withers has bought about FOR YOUR I.iiiKitAL Holiday Hatkh. All ticket Tho bank question is being agitated lVrrysillo, yesterday, to attend the insungents of the Kentucky Central ami New- barrels of corn in tho last week, paying here. Mt. Vernon has long needed an ring' of Mm. Wit hoik' nloc, Wjj Itoie port News A Mississippi Valley (H. D.) $2.5 for it delivered. And her trade has ' j Hopper, to Uev. W. W. Ilruco. Samurltan, raiod by S. II. llaiigh- - institution of this kind Itailw-nywill sell round-tritickets evbeen seriously impaired for the lack of a Mum Maooiu Owm.ky lflt yuete.ilay race man, ran seconil in a mile nml ery dsy from Dec.20, '00, to Jnn. 1, Mil, bank. It is to bo hoped the business hf I I l.' , IIII..N niorninj; for Howhuj? Gren to vlit mi inclusive, to any Atatinu on either road at Gloucester, Tuesday. uhjsseyirjhj old wlioolinatw. After sptsiidin),' n few 17 and inonied men will see to it that! -- F. Held bought of W. P. Tato Mrn. at tho very Hbertl rate nf ! of tho regudesired cash be forthcomweeks there tiliu will vielt her sister, cattle at 3 cents and of tho much lar fare. Tickets good to return until head 1, ing to establish one. W U. Manier, at Naihvillo. Beck 0 weighing 1.400 at J. Jan. 5. S. V. U. Morse, GonM I'asV. Win. Messrs. J. Vance, W. A. Moberly, W. J. Lasdium is here. Ho Inn. BANANAS,dus W. M. Hue A Son sold to Capt.T. A. Agont. al II. M. Miller. Vick Owens, A. J. Bailey I'lnim pending before Coiijjrenu for n Klkln for a southern party, the promising and It. A. Brown were tho operators who thoumnd dollars, rmins out of hie PifKI'OCKLTS ON Till! L A N. Jollll filly, Pokio Courts, for over 1,000. former connection with the internal rv. MeCiirty, of Jellico, whs relieved of his A Bro., sold Pony worked nights here during tho month. J. C. Kubanks tlfjxut-inent- , i2imii service iw collector. The watch at Junction City Tuesday night. Beaxley a brood mare for $200 and anoth- Charlie Davis is now the devil in the it Beeuiit, clunlvtl him cerUi u foot, He ws sleeping in his seat on the train er to Shelby Harbison, of Lexington, for Signal olllce. Mrs. 1). N. Williams is visitlting her daughter, Mrs. J. II. Brown that he claimed he. was eiititlwl to and awoke to find it gone. VkI onlay a W. A. Moborly has ac WiiHhiriKtou cor. InisvilioTiuuH, uvgru bonrded rondiirinr Holler's train Coukt. 250 cattle on at Ghoiioktown A s.do, best feeders bringing HJIS; yearlings cepted it position with the K. C, G. at Dants mid went through tho pockets L. road at Tunnel Junctiou, near the AND VICINITY. CITY of n mountain iiinn, who was too full of 2 to :t. 10; uiiiIm, horses and cows dull. north entraneo of Cumberland Gap "hug juice." Tho negro jumped oil' of Tinifs. Hkad .iuimer'H "ad. of James Gen- Tunnel. Col. J. B. Fiali and wife, nfter We have li. P. Owsley bought the moving train and of course was not just received from Louisville the largest and nicest stock of hogs at 11.20. Ho pur- mending several days here on their retry 10 All kindBof produce wanted. A. T. captured. hand-madPine-viland fancy Nunnulloy. chased of J. B. Hobinsou 21 of same at turn from the South, have gone to 9 AcciDKNTALLY SuoT. While getting William Roberta, living near Mrs. same price. 1'iniK candles fiom l5o Hir lb. and up- over a fence near Lincastor, Pine Hill, was painfully injured by fallBrent Hays, Senator Harris, of Madison, sold to a ing down stairs a few days since. Mr. wards. 8. S. Myers. colored, son of old man Bront, of Clark county man his premium jack. J. W. Huston and wife are in Pittsburg, I. was shot in the stomach by the ac- Longfellow, for $1,200. He wore 12 out Pu., for two weeks. Vick Owens is holdat Walton's OpTnu McGibcny Family cidental discharge of his pistol, which of 15 blue ribbons Inst summer. ing down the Hazel Patch night olllce January S. era House for a few nights for Mr. Vance, who it Ever brought to Stanford. caught on one of tho rails. Tlio wound Our stock is entirely new and fresh. Call A train of 17 ears, nil loaded with Foil Bknt. Tho cottage wo live in. is a serious one nnd will very likely poultry, left Ottawa, Out., Sundayfor taking Christmas. in and see for yourself. prove fnUl. The weapon was a 41 cali- the Christmas market of Boston. The hicclo and Mary Benasley. The stallion Strader II., has been rr bre and the lull is believed to have tak- duty to be paid on tho chickens is esti- purchased by R. W. Gilchrist, of WarI A N. now sends a through FRESH OYSTERS AT ALL HOURS, Tint en an upward range mid is lodged in his mated nt $15,000. ren county, O., for $15,000. to Atlanta, via this division and sleeper shoulder. Good cattle are in demand in CinPittsburg was visited Tuesday niuht Cumberland Gup. " i cinnati, but the market for other grades by n 6now storm, which continued durCasks for illegal whisky selling at HusPauknts. bring tho litllu folks to Hil tonville continued tobeprt'K'iitedngninst is slow. Best shippers bring 4, good ing Wednesday. The fall, tho heaviest ton's, Junction City, toseo the large Neal WickB, until 10 wore brought in. to choice butchers 3 to 4; hogs are known in that section, paralyzed busistick ol candy. It weighs 57 pound. Judge Varnon's court was nt work on dragging and lower at 2J to 3.55; sheep ness, destroyed tho wire service nnd demand at 51 to 5. GO TO- blockaded all railroad travel. At Bedto Geo. W. Gentry him all day Tuesday and piled up fines are in moderate B.G. Send in your orders now for copies ford, Pa., and Roanoke, Va. Tho snow and mother his house, nnd lot near the to the amount of $:!00 and costs in eight of the great Christmas number of the is two feet deep. canes, the other eight being dismissed. bridge on Hustonville street for $000. Kentucky Stock Farm, which, besides a ' At this rate Mr. Wicks will find Itchoap-e- r will Tins I.. A N. will sell round triptickets .KW ADVKKTISKM K.NTS. to get out license, if he proposes lo handsome cover in bright colors, supplements, mile, on Dec. '2, continue in tho contain several at li rates, 'i cents per business. faithful pictures of celebrated trotting 25 and 31 and Jan. 1, good till Jan. 5, '01 Hi'NTKiLS are prone to think very hard horses, and other illustrations; in addiJLJL Tint Lincoln County Building A Ixmii of farmurs who post their lands, hut tion, trotting statistics, editorial matter series of they do exactly right, Tho average hunfor the Farmers Hank An election for Director Association will issue ti new and special contributions. If so good as & irmi Co . Manfonl, Ky , will l0 held at said stock Jan. 1, '01. A. A. Warren, SecieUi- - ter does not caro how much annoyance the ChristtUHH number of last year (and Hank ofticc January 7, i8at. 84 td J 11. OWSLEY, Cashier. ry. s it certainly will be), it will bo a "dandy." he gives people and is exceedingly as to fences and gates, and is not Only 10 cts.; Lexington, Ky. An excelleut and convenient cottage It. Q. Davis, of this county, sold 300 rooms has just been completed by particular as to the direction of his shots. of five is a red sorrel and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Flowers on their A farmer in Madison had a valuable bushels of hemp seed todillerent parties In A Jewel Ilucktlcn Stallion; roadMer, very ntyliih, - FOK mare killed by a stray shot from one of a at $2 to $2.50 per bushel. W. W. Webb, mrehis 4th er; a combined ti lie IlucVdcn, the Second Jewel; 1st dam farm near Rowland. Imp party of hunters and another lost a mule of Boyle, bought of Gordon Graves, of by Huckshot,idhe by Gray IlucLden; ad dama Hay Kaglc. dam Dick mare; I iiavk sold over 100 rods of tho celeE. C. V ALTON. in the same manner. Greensburg, 28 head of fat cuttle, averStanford, Ky brated Blue Grass Co.'h Hedge Fence In aging 1,733 pounds, at 41 cents. Col. They Go. Ward McAlister, tho dud-is- h Andy Itico has returned from Atlanta, lust 2 months, but can fill any or all the C. New Yorker, who has mado u repu- whero ho disposed of a orders given me. S. C. Bollard. of cotton tation as an originator of fashions, says mules nt about $75 per head. Tho mar- Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State of Ken For photograph cards ull ItoWLAND. that moustaches are no idngcr the style ket is rather dull and many mules in ucky, utiect to the will of the Democratic party styles for50ccnti, 75 cents and $1 per nnd that ho who desires to keep up with Tho H. J. of dealers there. I. M. BRUCE, dozen; best cabinets $1.50 per dozen tho lines should have his face shorn of the hands Mooro farm, on tho U'banon pike, 3 F. Cordier. during tho holidays, goto whiskers of any kin 1. This will bo miles from Danville, sold at auction - ' and The property now occu- good nows to tho young men hero who Monday to Humphrey Hudson, of GarHis stock is large and complete. He has an elegant line ol Foil Bknt. STANFORD, KY. pied by Dr. J. K. VnnArsdale in Stan- have tried in vain to sprout u moustache rard, at $S2.50. It is splendidly improvSPF.C1AI. ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL ford, Ky. Possession given Jauunry 1. nnd it is to bo hoped that they will fol- ed. Advocate. Horses and mules bought nnd sold traveler low tho advice of tlio distinguished Jas.T. Craig, Agent, Hustonville, Ky. horsesnnd vehicle used iti llverv MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE G0UNTY. Only above. J. P. Sandifer writeB that it Mutakk. Mr. G. P. Ramsey a highly respectLoan Association) Is it Wii.s.7 Tho rather fishy story ed citizen of this county, died Wednes- - National Building was not his houso that burned nt Middlesboro, but one belonging to Mr. J. O. comes from Dotectiyo Imboden that he OF LOUISVILLE, KY. Thompson, of Uncastor, occupied by It. succeeded In locating Wils Howard, tho J. M. Cook sold through Whito A notorious Harlan outlaw and murderer. Williams his farm near town to George II. Russell. JOHN H. LEATHF.RS. President; r JOHN I.. UUNLAI", here, Ho was after him for tho murder of n Decker for $1,250. MonKLAND is but 8 miles from deaf mute in Missouri and finally trailed has been given Mr. J. M. Williams The Safest and Best Investment yet it takes from two to throo days for n him to California, to which State ho re2d trick in tho Middlesboro dispatchers' from there. What In the State. letter to reach hero cently went after him, only to find that otlice. John will surely rench tho top of bus beconio of tho petition for a route ho had been sentenced to tho penitenper sharp per month No deductions Dues 60 cents tho ladder in railroading. from tnonthlf dues for any purpose. via McKinney to Hustonvillo from here? tiary lost January under tho nnmo of Tho old board of trustees wero rematter ought not to bo ullowud to John Brooke for a term of eight Tho years elected Saturday at tho town olection Paid 12 Per Cont. tho First Yoar sleep. Of business. o for robbing tho Express Co. Mr. E. B. Smith was elected police judge Mis. Joo S. Jones Imboden asks Gen. Buckner to assist without opposition, receiving all tho Every $6.00 invested (oil 10 shares) Kami $.1.00. I.ittlk Pkrsonau C, M. PHILLIPS, For particulars, write V. presented to her husband on Wednes- tho governor of Missouri in getting a votes cast with but ono exception. 504 West Main St., Louisville, Ky. 8i.jt ChristmaB Rift, requisition for Howard to Missouri, or X. Freeman was marshal. glrl- -a day an that gentleman fB very proud of. Kentucky for trial on tho more serious Tho board consists of the following genwhich charge of murder, for which he Is indict- tlemen: R. M. Hosack, U. L. Stark, W. Also Oranges, Lemons, Nuts, Cocoa Nuts, Figs, Dates and the Finest Mrs. II. W. Powers, of Columbus, O., the I have removed my office to my residence, oppo waa hero to ed in both States, but Gov. Buckner will A. B. Davis, II. O. Gentry and M. , and Purest Candies that can be bought. College, where I will b found at all youngster's "mes. HUGH REIO. not interfere. 9 welcome tho little stranger. muu m en-wr- o d. money-marke- d o- - Court-Hotii- 250-poun- d tax-payei- s, a ffHR 1 d Mc-I'obc- COME TO HEADQUARTERS -- s p ,ffl fi vsiia li ymm -- fi j 100-pou- nd mv-cr- Florida Oranges, Malaga Grapes, Lemons, Apples, Pecans. Gocoanufs, Figs, English Walnuts, Almonds and ro-tn- 300-poiu- id le. e Hene-tow- n, . . MIXED PEBNOH OAfTDIBS J" "a m S. S. MYERS. -- T T full-pag- e ELECTION NOTICE. cart-les- FORSALE. "Model Grocery" 84-- tf car-loa- d RICHARD WARREN HOLIDAY GOODS n, m first-class mu mm fash-ion-pla- to I Vases, Glass Baskets, Salad Dishes in China, i To-da- y Decorated China Plates & FnT.it Saucers, Cups and Saucers, Wells-Farg- Beautiful Water Sets, Toys and a Thousand and One Things in China and Glass. BSMOVEPr grand-mothe- r, ' Li& im$m txW' mMaumuuMw yaMyrrft' mtV.M.yiBv irvtBm?sTaisimw&X!w 4 tivr"ffe gm'y i wc",aBmgTt-FS?s&-iM..-in- - -- r'y - '- -i a I I 9 f 3 It 3i wonld develop into a respectable, sport AAMErtlOM MEAT IN ENGLAND. loving country sqnlre. He had inherited from hit uncle, Sir Ralph Howard, of Loudon, a comfortablo nronertv. roller of tht Ili'ltlOi Onifrnmnit In Ro- AN INTERVIEW WITH ONE WHO Cnrrt to It, which was well invested, and it was Btanfokd, Ky., - Decembek 19, 1890 Mr. Chr.plin, British minister of agriKNEW HIM MANY YEARS AGO. known that ho extected to dosscss tho j Wicklow estato, of which ho was very culture, has always denied that in mainno displayed, too, a mighty taining the restrictions on the importa- ' fond. Tim IrUIi leader Thnt Wns to Itn iniicrtion of llvo cnttlo from tho United Ited Flrinn.M, Coarngn nml Nervr No lovo of nthletic sports, especially of States lvo h.ns beon actuated by ny shootiug. In his vacations ho was ac Olio Thought II- - Would He n Public other tbim a desire to protrct Britcustomed to go wherever good shootdi.sfkpo. Man lilt School May. But a . ing could bo obtained, and ho usually ish Mock from imported STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING-speech which lie mado At meeting of -- TO Slv'claX Corrtwpotnlrnco. spent the Christmas holidays in grouse ALL SAYS- A mectinjrof the stockholders of thr National New York. Dec. 11. Parnell's career shooting in Scotland. Ho was also very Tory fjsrtnrrc ud othern at Driffield, in Hank oi liustonville will be held at their banking house in Hustonrille the iccoo.il Tuesday in Jsnu has been bo brilliant ami impressive that fond of riding and driving a trait Yorkshire, pretty clewrly indiets that nry, i8gt, which it the 13th, for the purrote of anything which illustrates hia character which he had in common with other he entertains fet4iriR anything but corelecting nine Directors to serve the enum ocar. explains its strength, ami tlio reasons members of the family nnd ho wanted dial toward Uo United States goTeru-menor 83 J. W. HOCKER, Ca.tuer J and that if he darrd ho wonld joyfor tho bent of his intellect, possesses the tho most spirited horses, and was happigreatest interest. His public lifo is est when he had a nervous animal to fully prohibit altogether tlxs iraporUtiou u of American cattie. Ho profewed STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. known of all men, bnt of his early days, master. nt being compelled to restrict iui- the promise of his youth, his habits and So conspicuous was Parnell's fondness A meetingof the stockholders of the First from friendly countries like Hank will be held hi their banking house in associations, much less has been heard. for sjiorts that ho was esteemed among Tolland urd Grmay, bat in regard to Who in order to make all enjoy the Holiday season has put forth the Stanford on the second Tuesday in January, 1831, Mr. II. 13. Hammond, now the presihis college mates as bound to make a which is thetjlh, for the purpose of electing elevhe did not trouble dent of the Indianapolis nnd Decatnr career us a gentleman sportsman. His the Unitrvl SUit en Directors to serve the ensuing year greatest effort of his life in making his purchases of SJ railway, who lives in New York, had own family seemed to havo this opinion hiruolf eren to fjrn regret. Amid the JOHN' J. Xc ROBERTS, Cashier. approving cheers and laughter of his an opportunity to sco Parnell when he of him: they never regarded lnm jus a was in his college days, and to sharo in young man of especial promise, and it is nndiencu he predicted a good tinio coinOR some of tho social delights which made said that some of them looked with ing Tehra Britvili farmers would ca.to to rcoeiTc store Mode from America. The House and Lot of 14 Acres on the Dan- Mrs. ParueH's city home in Dublin so amazement ujkhj tho rovelation of his American cxiKirters hare botn repeatville pike, one mile from Stanford, now occupied attractive some twenty odd years ago. powers which he mndo after becoming a by Mr. F. Thurmond. It is well improved, has Mr. Hammond was appointed United member of parliament Tho hope of the edly warned rp im.it expecting any furor fine orchard, good garden and water. Certainly none can fail to appreciate the pains he has taken to States consul to Dublin by President family was rather centered in tho oldest or consideration frotn Sir. Chaplin, and MHS. FANNIE DLXN. 67tf Lincoln, and upon tho suggestion of 6on, who lecamo a barrister nnd prac- thry may as well nn&edisnd now that, please all. Charles Sumner and recommendation of ticed in London. Another son, John so far an Amrrioa is ooioernd, tho pol- Secretary of State Seward. Ho served Parnell, they thought would develop irr of the British board of arieulturo in that office from 1801 to 1864. The into a great financier nnd would perhaps will bvcome more of a protectionist I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerlis only climx: ot a chanj, to a Earl of Carlisle was then tho lord become a political power. Ho seemed to set pike, 7 miles Irnm Stanford nnd am prepared ot thing for m:uiy for Ireland, and Mr. Hammond havo far more inclination for public more friwrdlj to furnish any kind of LUMIIER, SHINGLES, t Ac, at LOWEST PRICES. I will sell the was a frequent visitor at tho castle, activity than ever Charles Stewart Par- yearn to ootne is a Liberal victory at the the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give o eWtkm. Should Mr. where ho often met Mrs. Parnell. She nell indicated in tho days of his youth. irext me a trial. I'sstoffice. MAYWOOD, KY. rrturn to kiww tho corvw uucjv, It is simply immense and must be seen to be lully appreciated. was held in high esteem by tho Earl of This son, however, wan persuaded to A. II. BASTIN He Carlisle, who pronounced her one of tho como to America and buy n plantation. who nre complaining of high riourt, feels that he has most remarkable women he had ever He did so, bought a peach farm, nud has would soon rocrire eonnderation, luid met; whoso social and personnl chnrms lived a quiet but happy and profitable the fiction that rrvry foreign coon try would were equaled by her mental endow- - lifo as a raiser of peaches iu ono of tho was ineoted with cattle 1k quickly nd dottoanctvL I am well prepared to bore wells nnd will do the southern states. Meanwhile British farmers, who are work in a good manner and promptly Ono of the daughter, sho who was es- Torie and snpjKirVrs of the present At One Dollar a Foot. teemed most beautiful, married a Mr. govtmuiKTOt almost to a mau, aro filling And wants every one to call and see it whether they buy anything or Call on orjaildress me at Stanlord, Kentucky. Livingstone, a very wenlthy man, with their owu poekoti. L.T.SMITH. not. an establishment in Paris, and there sho In lor Uwn a year their cattle have lived for koine years, moving in the very liicitwwd by 300,000, their sheep and Thanking one and all for a liberal share of trade during the year, he highest circlesnnd disjiensing hospitality lamlw by 1,140,000, and their pigt by wishes all a happy Christmas year. in a manner which charmed tho best ele- 2iW,000. Chnptin prtnni.m still greater I desire to sell my farm of about 130 acres, situments of Parisian society. Sho is now benefits in tho iminrdiato f utnre. and the ated about ij miles north of Stanford on tht Hush Ilranch pike, opposite the old church. There dead. Fanny Parnell was thought by variorjt agricultural fwciotici, emboldare about 50 acres in wheat and rye; the balance all tho family friends, however, to bo ened by tinir succors in tho past, will of the farm well set in timothy Good dwelling of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new Tk&k. the most brilliant member of tho family, support him heartily in any further sterw barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can and although her sympathy with the which Ire my Tenturo to take nguiiut 'jrKr- - iarc..yi9n-i730- ' j'.lilU.-W- I be given immediately. For particulars, se J. P. Hailey, Stanford, or write the nnderogned at Fenian movement brought her on the foreigu countries in general and America Cincinnati, Ohio. E. WITHERS. one hand in contact with persons who in iKirticulnr. The- - bodies ara now had no claim to social distinction, yet conducting a strong ftgitation in far or of on tho other sho maintained with su- tho proposal thM foreign uvsat old in FOR SALE OR RENT. premo grac tho honors of her mother's British market should t laleled an ' I NjLr drawing room in Dublin. such. Um object, of conmo, botng to de221 Acres of Land in Lincoln Go. The social jKwition of the family was preciate Ue imported article and nd up CHARLES STEWART TARXELL. ments. She had been presented at every of the very best On Sir John Parnell's tho prico of hotne rrrodnce. Part of the estate of R. W Givens, dee'd. I have on hand an unusually large supply of Holiday Goods and inMr. Chaplin hfis received au oftlcial acres front on the north side of the Stan- ono of the European courts, ami had side tho family was connected with tho 136 ford and Knob Ltck turnpike, adjoining A. K. gathered about her iu her Dublin home British nobility, and tho best of drawing notification from tho department of ag- vite the people of this section to call and sec them. My store is the Denny. A large part of this tract is excellent riculture at Washington to tho effect hemp land. Ihe balance is in corn and grass. the beauty, intellect, wit and talent of rooms would have been cheerfully oien-e84 acres in grass lie south of said pike, adto Charles Stewart Parnell had ho that the meat lull nnd tlo now orders place to buy Christmas supplies and my prices on that line of goods Irish society. joining A. K. Denny and Capt. Hen Powell, withIloih tracts are well in 200 yards of first tract Besides her city homo Mrs. Parnell chosen to enter society. Besides that, and rciruuttion-- for inspection of cattlo are extremely low. watered and as a whole will make a good farm hud n country plnco nt Wicklow, the the distinguished American family of and fclMep (or export go into force at I desire to thank my friends for their kind patronage during the Liberal time given on deferred payments. Kansas City, Uiicago.BufTalo, Pitfcdmrg, If not sold before January 1st, both tracts will same estato which Charles Stewart Par- ins mother had given him an additional bo rented, separately if desired, for tbe year 1891, nell now New York, Phila- year nearly closed and ask a continuance during iSpi. But ho Boston. iosso:33es, and. to which he goes claim for social prominence. January 1. when ho wishes to bo in retirement. Into never aired for that sort of thing. Ho delphia, Ial'unort, Norfolk and Newport t J AS. G. & W. P. GIVENS, Executors. J. S. DAVIS, Voscmite. the family circle ns then established Mr. found his pleasantest society in tho com- Nows. Donbtlws Mr. Chaplin was in Hammond was a wolcomo guest. Ho panionship of men, and was fond of a possesion of this information when ho nnd Mrs. Parnell were Americans, nnd a quiet dinner with his mates, where he went to Yortshire to speak. It is therefriendship had been established years revealed a genial 6ido of his character fore knportunt to know exactly what he And STOCK OF DRUGS FOR SALE. before between Commodore Charles which was u6t apparent to near ac- said reelecting tho meat bill. Hero in a verbatim tvport of that part of his speech: Desiring to quit the dru business at Huston- - Stewart, Mrs. Parnell's father, and Qeu. quaintances. "You will hare feon that power hai ville I offer my entiri ttoc of fresh Drugs and Mansfield, tho distinguished officer who After Parnell was graduated from Ox.lVlrr In Chemicals for sale. My stool; is complete in every prenidrnt of tho United particular and thebuines is a paying one in Iius- - was killed at Antietam, and who was nn ford ho was for a time in inoro intimate been given to tbe imlonvuie. win also rent tne entire noue my store undo of Mr. Hainmoud. At that time companionship with his mother nnd Sfctfl alieolutely to prohibit tho GROCERIES AND is located in. The house contain 4 good upstairs QUEENS Mrs. Parnell's daughters, Emily, Sophy sister Fanny than ho had been 6inco portation of goods from any country G. A WASH, liustonville. rooms. with hli idea, and Fanny were living at homo, and childhood. It was tho time when they which, in aceordanc GInnavrriro, Tlnwnro, feo. two of tho Bons, but Charles Stewart was were enthusiastically supporting tho might Ik? acting nnfairly to th Unitfvl reading for honors at Oxford university. Fenian movement, and there is no doubt States. Well, the Americana considered V Has on hand a fresh supply of canned .goods of every description, tho English theitifdvoo aggrieved This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and Tho daughters were very attractive and at all that it is duo to the influcnco of s mnccaroni. beans, prunes and in fact everything found in a others not to trespass on our lands without per intellectual women, and Sophy was es- his sister Fanny that Parnell'n attention miniMT of agriculture should continue mission, as all such will bo prosecuted t. the fullTobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, teemed a very beantiful ono as welL was firs.t called to tho Irish situation and to insit thnt rattle from their country grocery. est extent of tho law. Signed: to take that his ambition stimulated. Ho did not should be nlauxhVered at tho port of de- raisins, &c, in great variety. Give my Nudavenc, something new, H. McKINNKY, Fanny was just beginuing B. V. GAINES. J. Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN, JOHN G. LYNN, interest in tho Fenian movement which agree with his mother or sister as to the barkation, and it wm hinted that in retrial. Mrs. ALICE TUCKER. JOS. IULLOU. success or advisability of the Fenian taliation tire pwident might absolutely a C. BALL, W. A. HAMILTON. afterward becamo so conspicuous. TIIOS. I. S. PHILLIP" movement, but ho spent many montlis prohibit tho importation of Manchester, MC REVNOLDS. Sir John Parnell, tho father of Charles Mrs. ALICE J HAUGHMAN. J. L. BECK, Birmingham aad other British gooda F.M.WARE, R.H.COOPER, Stewart Parnell, had beon dead for somo in practical seclusion trying to solvo in into Auxrica, I do not think I am likely Mrs. M A. MARTIN. W.A.COFFEY. his own mind tho problem. lie decided years. Although ho had married an ROBERT HARNETT. J. E. HRUCE, American girl, of whom ho was "very nt last to follow whero O'Connell had to be k obdarate in th fntnro becmso . W. 1. GRI.MES. proud, yet he was not cordial in his ad- - led, and to attempt to win for Ireland of this threat than I hare born In tho miration of Americans generally, nud by constitutional methods nnd by tho IKwrt, beoanio tho information of tho hesitated not to express his opinion free- - process of agitation what tho Fenians board of ancultnre l that, in pite of TARS! FOR SALE AT a UEMft ly. When his opinions wero onco proven proposed to do by arms. Having his am- all the efforts mado in America to extliat dinwwvj they wero like granite, immovable, nnd bition stimulated, his opinions fixed, tho tirpate On account of continued bad health, I desire to constill crieC there. This being no, e)l privately my farm of jao Acres of blue grass it is this trait of his character which inherited characteristics of tho man asland at n bargain, in a fine state of fertility Would Charles Stewart Parnell has conspicuousserted themselves, such as tenacity of ceive it to lio tho dnty of the Em;b.h sell 300 acres with improvements Location one Sir John was esteemed a purpose, great courage and a power of minister rf agriculture to continue to KJslSata-iSmile south of Stanlord, and the laying of the farm ly inherited. is superb. There are all of the necessary im- peculiarly set and obstinate man, and patience which was marvelous to thoso pursue preciaeJy tho s&me policy as he provements, including a frame dwelling 01 five would hare thought it nght to puntuo rooms and hall, a large basement barn, and all even as a child Charles Stewart was of who knew him as a rather impatient buildings new. For further information, apply to stubborn disposition. His family used youngstcr. Ho sought an election to par had this meat Irill nerer beon heard of at and IIOI1T. McALISTEK, Stanford. for all." Foreign Cor. Now York Sun. ofteu to say that "Charlio" was just liko liament, and his career began. respect his father in that Those who knew Parnell in his youth CrIlc, OomtlpAtlon, "Catnrla h bo welt adapted to chlllrrn Umt CiutnrU ciirra DlnrrlKia. ro4t r i Tho austerity, reserve, and chilly do-- and college daytj nre not burprised nt tho It Itoinnber it io mixed fanning live I recommend " ai uirior to ny jirccriUoa Hour Ktnuutcli, glrni U"i, Eniruition, Kllln Wonu, and (iruiuotea illmeanor which havo 60 frequently been revelation which has been made of the II A Annua, H. V., Uiat Vnown to me spoken of in connection with Charles weak siot in his armor: they think that stock, grain, fruit and vegetable I Wllboul luJurintM tnrtllcatlon. Ill So. Oxford St., Ilrookljn, N. T, Having sold my furm, I will offer for sale to the Stewart Parnell therefore is not a man- - his weaknebs was always in that direc- "goes" in thw days, aud nothing ! highest bidder on Taa Ciimtia Couvxkj, 77 ilurrmy Btrrct,If. Y will. nensm, as inanyhave supposed, assumed tion, and they narrnto somo rather sub2, X891, to defend himself, but is n family trait stantial reasons for such belief. Had ho Tbo poltry need exaretiw in wiaUr if Tho children got it naturally enough. been as iuvulnerablo to such temptation confined ia a jmrd. On way to giro it All my personal property, consisting of . Sir John Parnell was thus constituted, a tbac or a aha ol ns ho has been to all others ho would havo to thota ii o Twenty head of horse stock, i combined saddle whrM jiact mt of their rwsofa, ao they acd harness Stallion and i Jack. I have colts of and so was Comuiodoro Charles Stewart, been perfectly equipped, his old acquaintboth which will show breeding qualities, i yoke Parnell's grandfather on tho mother's ances say. to carry on tho fight until he will b oUic4 to it jsnoUnr GO TO- ol work Oxen, 3 Milk Cows and some young Cat- side. way ia to mw a ywod wimt part ex Uunr "K. J. Edwards. won it tle, so fat H.gs, 45 stock Hogs, some thoroughbred Berkshire Sows 30 Sheep, several good brood . Another family trait was known of DilribiU yard Klavd wiafa Mares, a King William, some of the best saddle nil tho coru or oaSar fmkt food to tkaaa by friends when tho children were harness stock in the county. Wagons, Buggy' and The Tower of the Speaker. tlwn Buckeye Mower, Hay Rake, Plows and Farming email. That was physical courage of feat aparn it There nro two phases to tho methods fchowariaf awvw u taSfiy pu it Tb Utensils generally. Household and Kitchen FurralrinK th good Piano and other things too tedious tho aupremest sort That was an inniture, - roK heritance from tho old commodore, who by which tho American houso of repre httm wiU U ahMd to aeraaoh to yatho to mention. Is the weather is too bad, sale will be continued never knew what fear was. Fanny Par- sentatives exercises its power tho work grain. from day to day until completed Sale will be at in committee room, tho proceedings Stoves, Vases, Stoves, my farm on the liustonville and Hradfordsvil'e nell possessed this quality in the lughest Tb and ant tjfiimam daauiood tha Ono is tho brain turnpike, o miles west of liustonville, near J. F. degree. Sho was daring almost to reck- - in open session. artificial laatchiwc ot fgga pvobahly WO-tAlstott's Store. lessness when sho rodo to hounds, and as which inspires, tho other tho body which ao woll at DK.J. P FLANAGAN, than aaybody wem Powars Store, Casey Co., Ky. a driver was happiest when sho con- - lerforms. Over both aro tho power, loaat tlioi by their proooon dujtto-erat- o ir Also fvill line of Hardware. Wc make a specialty of Cutlery. Sole and tho shadow, and tho direction of tho trolled tho most spirited, nervous and deaewAaaita an arTt to tkk day agents for the Celebrated Queen Shears every pair warranted. Ho not only makes tho coma excitablo horses to be found in Ireland. siwaker. for markot aanu-all- Wc also handle a full line of Queenswarc and Groceries and guarantee mittees in tho first place, with tho wid- rear IS, 000,000 chiat-ariTho other girls wero brave, physically CojmoI OardwU at Caira syg ao. our prices to be as low as anybody's. Try our "O. K." Lard, best brave, and often displayed this fearless- est sort of latitudo as to men and their A self recalatin feeder for hoga aad in the world. ness to tho admiration of their mates. views upon measures, but after thoy are ha l)en invoiitad. It mado and It is this quality of courage which has erns them aro at work it is ho who gov- otlicr lire ttockfood to tho animaUoTtdy with a nod or a word, who distributAi Um stood Charles Stewart Parnell in such TITB CHEAT HOUSEHOLD KEMEDY FOR ' gives them or denies them a hearing in aud prcvomta waio. good stead. You feel tired Do you knor itself, who shapes things very New Mexico haa 3.600,000 head of sheep With his brothers and sisters, how- tho housoho what it means? You nro ner. much as would hnvo them, or as he Kud goaU. ever, Charles Stewart Parnell was but Toufl Why? You cough In the little associated after tho days of bibs may think it best they should be. Not The woatara oountioii of Colorado conSALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, morning Do you realize tho cause: much that ho docs not want done is tain twioo aa xoany sheep iw they did and nurses. Ho was 6ent early to 6chool, SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &C. done; uearly everything ho does want is throe yearn ago. Your npjHitite is poor What makes and afterward entered Oxford. During it bo ? You seom liko a changed PRICE 50 CENTS. the long vacations ho sometimes came effected. Bo suro and havo a generoua dtut bath This docs not necessarily imply tyranSend threo stamps for free samnlo homo, but was inoro likely to remain person to your friends Do you for tho poultry in winter. Ouco in a box and book. away, so tiiat it sometimes happened ny on his part it is in tho nature of while sprinklo iuto tho dust upoouful know what is tho matter, or has A that tho family did not see him for things. thoman cannot becomo speaker of iuMict powder or powderod iulphur. tho chango Ikhjii bo gradual it lias aid of his party, and when a months at a time. Ho entered Oxford without escaped your notice? Cattle ishipmenta over tho Northern with a cousin named Edwards. His majority party chooses a speaker it is its Pncific end in tho latter part of Novemhavo Consumption) chief intimacy was with this relative, duty to stand by him. It has mado him ber. king tho king can do no wrong. Theso j who is now, or was recently, a lawyer in ll-Wo do not nay this to frighten ft ABSOLUTELY PURE, The Southdown mutton sheep is beBoston, but whoso home is nt Gardiner, kitigs do wrong, of courso, as all kings do; they even offend their followers, coming very popular in tho eastern and you, but it ia true. Theso nro tho,Buro Bymptoms of this terrible disease- There FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, Me. At Oxford Chailes Stewart was in- wound the feelings of their subjects. middle sections of tho Union, to somo is ono thing which will check it aud flint is conspicuous, tie was not a hard stu- But more AND NURSERY PURPOSES. than ono congressman has dis- extent supplanting other breeds. dent. He had not many intimates, TAE-OICO., Chicago, HI was not so reserved or cxclusivo as but covered that there is no profit in quarrelSell yonr old and inferior ewea off for not ing It U recommended br tbo beat pbrilclani la Kurope and America. with a frpeaker. Better bow the laiee what you era get Never breed from SS ecnU, 50 ecat oJ II. OO per BatlU. For sale by A. R. Penny and M, L. Bourne, to make mauy pleasant acquaintances. and get what you can! them. His college mates thought that ho Suuford. W, H. HOOKER & CO., 46 We Broadway, Now York. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal TEE YOUTH OF PARKELL. j -- I W. F. WALTON, lno-tir- cs j ppy Ghfistmas Tvf.) McKinney, t, sor-ro- W A Rm - Ky. al FOR RENT SALE. HOLIDAY - GOODS. NEW SAW XH,X. Inm-bera- ruU-nr- e. liou-tena- nt gwal The Latest of Everything- You will Find in His Selection. Ulad-Mon- 43-- iy WE3CI, BORXHTG. diaj The Holiday Stock of this Section of the State, 34-- tt Farm For Sale. mmmm, mmFgTy, mm $r JV. jtt Santa Claus' Headquarters. d s Chnrl-lown- , 59-5- HOUSE FOB, HESTT Ai J. W. RAMSEY, HARDWARE, 53-a- m WARE first-clas- POSTED. tht I ' 1 ff HbaJflHlK.KIBLalSBBaiBilBIBIBiliB" 48-i- ' Infants Children. ! PXTBX.IC SAX.S.. - Friday January 1 7P ' 1 hw rr ad HIGGINS & M'KIMEY'S Cooking Coal Mods, Fire Sets, Stov&fBoards. 1 JTeating Coal er mm two-ceD I do, ta-s- y. DO WHAT , I YOU AILS ! TAR:iDSOAP VUnilfATr Mill If VaTlllA IUUa - DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY. 4 s i.U xV., '- - . 'AUikU Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournl "AN IDYLL OF OYSTER BAY" 33Y GENIE HOLTZMEYER BOSENFELD. Harriot has Iwn with us all tho tlmo, Harriot has nppruved of htm, and lhfro has boon nothing to warn mo that ho thought any tiling moro of mo than of an ordinary acquaintance until Wo wero all Hitting on tho porch watching tho sun go down. Ho had rowed us homo, and at Harriot's request stayed to supper. Clara, whon I am old and all the life and jURhlon has died out of my heart, I shall still rmombr tho ml glow of that sunset, the little ruddy dimples each Htroko of his oar made on tho glowing bosom of tho tide, tht fleecy clouds overhead, deepening from pearl to rosy tint until thry retched tho water, when they were taken up and continued In deeper, stronger hues, till they reached our boat and enveloped us too In their glory and splendor. Sunset has undone more lovers than over tho cold, prudish gleam of moonHarriet was In the waist of tho boat, Over ho In tho bow, and 1 steerln. Harriet's shoulder he gaye me. ono look. Clara, If that is tho way all men look at tho women thoy lovo, I no longer wonder at the power men bar over us. It was . though some one had struck me, 1 was powerless to speak or even movel 1 drifting. Oh, Clura, pity inol I liao found my llfo ju&t us I am to loso ltl I nin writing UiIh lottor to you I mum do bo or lnnk my heart, liana has promluod to cumu under my window In an hour for It, lor, Clara, I nm no lontfvr nblo to lunro tho Iioubo myself. I atn n jirhoner, lorkod up hy 1 Hhould mo Mr. Douplas Harriot evory thing (or him. Let and Klvoup mo toll you nil about it quickly, (or tho mlnutos lly and Hans may soon bo . I told you last vok how mi'ch I waa seeing of Mr. Douglas, and how muoh I wished 1 wero iron to oaro (or him. Clam, I havo boon a fool, a woak (ool, and havo lot myself drift with tho Udo of my foollngs, without a thought, to tho sharp rooks on whloh I might bo bo-cau- Timtn vw:i:k. kl hf-ro- toward a snot wo both had of ton loved. spring camo down from tho holght nbovo to minglo with tho waters hore, and over Its mouth a great treo had fallon, lonvlng n branch that had served us for a bench many a time. As wo walked my feet slipped on a stone, and involuntarily I graspod his shoulder for assistance; whon I would havo withdrawn my hand ho placed his on mlno and hold mo fast, hutspoko no word till wo reached tho seat. Then ho stood buforo mo nnd spoke: "Knn," ho said simply, "I lovo you! 1 lovo you with my wholo soul. I ought not to toll you ho, becauso your aunt told mo two wcoks ngo that you wero already promised to n young farmor near your own homo. Hush, Nan, don't speak. You havo been all that was sweet, womanly and modest, and had I not known this I should havo had to leavo you long ngo, (or I, too, am promised to another; know my love could uqt harm you, or I would havo put tho wholo Atlantic betweon uh days ago! Hut I could not let you go away (orover without telling you. It can never do a woman harm to know that a man loves her and would mako her tho pride of his homo if ho wero able. I feel, somehow, that I must tell you, Nan, nnd that I can do so without wronging tho man to whom you aro bound, or forfeiting whatever ostoom you may havo for me." Ho was silont a moment, holding my hand in his nnd uarosslng it. Than ho A 1 Ho paced tho beach again, and thon eamo and stood bcsldo mo. "Could you faco poverty with mc?1 ho asked. "Not such as you havo hero, but genteol poverty, whoro you havo to strugglo to keop upappearanoes, no matter how sad your heart, or how ompty your purse. I am quito n poor fellow: would you bo willing to shnro povorty with mo?" 6poke "You have always struck mo as bolng so muoh abovo your position, Nan. It ' seems strango to II im a girl of such flno tr...oll,lllt(.. n.nrn.. l.ll,,uunLi.Dn.ii.. nuiiniirittvii ff.tiiuii Dirbij iiwiiiuua ilUiO aain: m rKthl I light. t OHAWl'Kl) i UlS BUOf l.DKIt. I Harriot must have seen my face and Sho was interpreted lU meaning. singularly pleasant to Mr. Douglas, and would ask him to supper when I waa longing for him to go that I might bo nlono to fathom If I could the strange terror that possessed me. Throughout tho meal I did not speak, and 1 could havo cried aloud whon Harriot Insisted on his sitting on the porch with us for awhile. We wero hardly seated when 1 found out her meaning. "Wo'd hotter make tho most of thin my evening," sho said, "for , nleco and 1 have to go away." I started, and so did ho. "Yes" she continued, quickly, beforo "It's time that my I could say a word. nleco went back to her people: eho'a gottlng kind of notlony out here, and tho notions she's gottlng won't be good for her;" then gottlng boldor as wo both maintained sllonco: "I didn't say nothing to you about It, Nan, hut I put your bits of duds together this aftor-nooand wo'll start by tho first train to Long Island City in the morning." I was silent, and for a few momenta not a word waa said; then from tho cowshed came tho voico of William oayor: "Harriot! Harriet! Come herol Tho sure!" old cow's Tho old cow was theapplnof Harriot's eyo, and without a word she rose and n, breathe and If my llfo had depended on It could not have raised ny eye. sat silent, hardly daring to g-- . " WE'D IIKTTKII o 7a m MAKKT1IK MOST OF THIS KVKNINCJ." ran to tho shed. In an Instant Air. Douglas was on his foot. "A blessing on tho old cow! And may trcatmont. sho need Nan Nanl I must speak to you! Come with .mo, quickly!" Ho hurried mo down tho bank to tho boat that was hoached below us, and In a trlco wo wore off and rowing for dear Ufa to round tho point beforo Harriot should come hack and miss us. There was not a sound of tho oar In tho.rowlock now; silent as death and as Bwift, wo sped out Into tho darkling waters. A moment two and thon wo had rounded tho point, a.,d, stretching to his work with lone ejsy strokes, wo worn, boon under tho shadow of old Firefly. Not a, word did ho sfvV as wa sped along, onl. af. we pnt.int.it tho rook whioh tr v ii uirt.mi of Wringing us together h ria-- t 1 is ours, and, leun-llwy tand ami 1:1. wed forv.aft. ! ii I. !.v.iU lifted if my iiv ul, led mo i in all-nig- I 1 A .ri fi d' and It is this gentle nature of yours that makes me feel that you will understand You have been kind to mo, me Nan, and had wn both been free, I think I could havo made you love me, but It is letter as It Is, only, Nan, I want you to think of mo sometimes; I want you to realfoe a little what you have been to mo, and to know that your sweet friendship will be the ono solace I shall tako with me Into tho loroless llfo that Hco before me." "iAivelessl" I gasped. "Ye. loveless! I have neTer loved any woman in tho world but you, Nan; no woman's hand hu ever lain on my shoulder as yours did Just now no woman's eyoa havo over fled from mlno as yours did in tho boat this evening I never thought of love till I thought of you she whom 1 am bound In honor to marry doos not lovo me, nor I her." "Thon why" I began. "Nan," ho said, "don't you know what duty is? I havo a dear mother sho has sacrificed herself for me a thousand tlmo since sho first gave me birth sho has deprived herself of necessaries that I might havo luxuries. My father. Nan, is a poor, blind, old roan; for him and for me my mother has done marvels. Sho sent mo to oollego that I might be able to take tho high place among men that she coveted for me, and to do this and feed my blind father she had to deprive herself of overy thing. Whon I discovered tho truth 1 vowed to repay her If It ovor lay In my power. The opportunity has come; sho who ha till now never asked any thing of mn In her llfo now asks that I marry this woman. At tho tlrao whon my mother made this it seemed nothing to me I prom ised. Now, Nan, 1 And that It was a supreme sacriflco that she auUd me, and though I would endeavor to keop my word to my mother at all cents, still If you loved mo it would he almost my power to do so, and I rejolco that you havo no lovo forme to make tho sacriflco beyond tho power of human endurance." Clara, what could I say? What could 1 do? Hero was tho lovo I had longed for, tho dellvoranco I had prayed for, right within my reach, and yet not for me. Clara, you know by this tlmo that I didcaro for him, and to havo him fool confldont that I did not and to bollovo in a wicked invention of that foolish Harriot's was too much for mo. I folt overy thing I cared for In tho world slipping away from mo, and I did what I could not help doing broke down and wopt. In a moment his arms wero about mo. "Nan, my darling, why do you sob so? Toll mo is it Nan, toll mo, do you lovo mo?" What could I say, Clara? Nothing. I buried my head, on his shoulder and could not speak, but how truo it is that thoro are times when words aro superfluous Ho understood mo perfectly and soothed mo liko a child. I will novor forgot tho happy moments that followed. Thon he spoko. "1 havo been wrong, vory wrong; I should havo loft you long ago, and not jeopardized your happiness as well as my own!" "You havo boon deceived," I said; "Harriet has deoolved you. I am not bound to any ono. It is truo that in a fow days I havo to glvo my decision about somo one hut I am free, absolutely free." Ho was silont and paced up and down tho beach before mo. "It is, then, your happiness and mine, against iho peaco of mind of my mother." ho salJ at last. "Ob, Nan, ought wo to liiitoa to tho volcn of duty and ps"t aro a:4 now, or ou?ht wo to throw all else asldo for our Iov.v t. ro-qubo-yo- "I know what you would say, you' could work. Hut woro you rny wlfo I would not lot you wear out your llfo working for mo." I paused. I was about to tell Im tho wholo truth, when swiftly boarln rrt wn upon us camo Harriot, Sho had iiiinscd us and flown along tho beach nftrr is. She was so enraged that sho hardly '.new what she was saying, and with her backing of William Sayor and Hans hh was formidable indeed. "You're a flno specimen for a jentlc-man!- " she began; "as for you Nan, I'll talk to you Inter. Hot homo at onco! If it wasn't too Into you should go Imok to your home this nlghtl" "You needn't be so nngry with your niece, Mrs. Sayor," ho said, soothingly. "If you had given us time wo would havo como back to you oursolvos nnd taken you Into our confldnnco. I havo boon asking Nan to bo my wlfo." You hnve," Harriet sniffed. "Woll sho won't, I enn tell you that right now. Lordy, who aro you, I wonder, to want to mnrry tho llkos of hort" Mr. Douglas was nuttled. "I can satisfy you about my rospect-ahlit- y easily onough," ho said. "I can offer your nleco a comfortable homo with my mothor and father, and can glvo you a guarantee to keep hor from want." "You can, can you!" said Harriot, "and you think that would satisfy herl You don't know hor! Sho's novcr dono n hand's turn In hor life, that girl hasn't! What do you make!" "Nearly fifty dollars a wook." "Humph! Sho could spend that In gloves, and not know nhe'd had It!" Mr Douglas looked at me, amazed. Harriet, however, went on quickly. "Sho ain't no country girl! Sho's a girl city born, and city bred, and you'd bo cursing her in a month if I was fool onough to lot you both havo your way. Look at them shoes on the feet of her. I hid them away from her but she found 'em. If they cost a penny thoy cost a bill, and yot sho knows no hotter than to wear them out horo on them rouh stonos. Is that tho wife for a man with nearly Hoist your fifty dollars a week! sails nnd pull up your anchor, young man, and bo off and forgot her as fast as you can. She's not for tho llkea of you. Kesldes sho's promised to a man who'll get her all tho shoes she needs." Mr. Douglas' faco had bean changing as sho delivered her harangue, but ho managed to 6tammer out: "llutshosayB it Is not truol" "Hut I say It is, and I'm a good friond to you. You get out of hero with tho morning tide! Nan ain't for tho likes of you." "Let rao speak to your nleco ono moment!" ho urged. "Not a word," said Harriet, "and she's beon decolvlng you right along. Sho ain't no nleco of mlno at 1 ton-dollar bo-sid- es "I could" I began. Ho Interrupted mo. Douglas' yaclit Wo aro in Now Rochello harbor, nnd Is the day I havo to ronder my decision to my lnwyer. I shan't go to his ofllce, though; ho is coming hero to my wedding, my wedding with Douglas, and whilo I nm writ ing you Douglas" mothor is sitting mo Interrupting mo ovory now and again to tell mo what n good, brnvo, noblo follow her son is. As if I had not found that out for mysolf over bo long ago. "Nanotto Van Cortland?" "Ycsl" In tho faco of ovorybody h took me In his arms. "Nan, my darling Nan, is it possible! Why, Nan, I am your oousln, Tryor D." Ohl Clara, how ovory thing changed! It was "farewell grlof and wolcomo joy, ton thousand times thoroforo," as tho old song has It Wo haulod down tho sails long onough to go on shoro and toll Harriot all about it, and got mo a decent gown to land at Now Rochollo in. Wo took Harriot on board along with us, nnd as wo sailed Douglas told rao how ho camo to ho called Douglas and not Pryor D. Pryor Is also his father's name, and as his father's old firm had employed him as soon as ho was ablo to join thorn, thoy had always boon spoken of as Mr. Van Cortland and Mr. Douglas, and. thus Harriot's mlstako POSTED. 7 Stanford. bo-sl- de forbid kinfollc and their folk's folkl, my folks ami their tolkt, as well as colorctl folks, to trespass or hunt birds, rabbits and squirrels on my farm without my permlsnoc, or they will be punishel to the full extent ot the law. 1 mean what I say. jan i THOMAS C. HALL. FOBSALEI Lot on Main Street in Stanford Containing i Terms easy. Lot mo tell you: About ton o'clock that nwful night I wroto you about, Harriot enterod tho room nnd gave mo a long leoturo on my Iniquities, nnd upon tho sin of flying In tho faco of I'rovldonco and making a poor drudgo of mysolf, when I could Imvo all tho money in tho world that I wanted just for saying so. I listened to hor pationtly. Had 1 not got Douglas' lottor safely buttoned up in my frock, and at ovory heart boat couldn't I hear a faint crackle of tho paper It was writ-to- n on? At last sho got drowsy, and bidding t mo wont out, looking tho door behind hor and taking away tho koy. Soon after I heard hor go to hor room, and all ua3 quiet. I waited broathlossly, expecting Hans to como for mo, but .in hour went by; s thon Harriet wont and out Into tho I romumbored Douglas' wish bitterly. Tho cow wus needing nn treatment, nnd I should novor see him again. I laid my arms across tho tnblo hy tho window and cried bitterly, and In crying must havo fallon asleep, for I know no moro till a hand was laid on my head. I started up! It was Hans. "It's four o'clock, you must hurry," ho said; "sho's beon round all night with that cowl" Without a word I oboyod his instructions. Hans cropt softly ovor tho sill, tied a pleco of ropo around my waist, dlrooted mo to crawl out of tho window, and gently lowored mo Into tho arms of a flguro waiting below. Douglas. Stealthily ho hurried me down to tho Iwat, hut In a moment Hans was at tor us. "Whoro bo you going?" ho said, "you oan't tako her nowhoros in that boat. I'm deaf and dumb, I am. Say all you'vo a mind to right horo, and I'll put hor back In her room without any ono knowing sho's beon out of It." Donglas paused. "Nan," ho said, "your coming to rao tolls mo all I want to know. My mothor is staying In Now Ilochollo;' lot mo tako you with mo to hor, and ero tho sun sots again you shall bo my wife." I drew back. "What sho said was true," I said, slowly. "I am not hor niece; I havo lie on brought up In luxury; I do not know any thing about earning my living hut I am froo. In a fow days I would havo had to decide whether I would marry a man I do not lovo for tho sake of tho wealth tho marriage would bring rao. Harriet wishes mo to marry this man but slnco I havo soon you I good-nighdown-staircow-sheall-night T R WALTON, For Sale 8 I Twenty Buildinjr iols In the corporate limits of Kowtand. H. J. DARST, Rowland. MYERS KOTJSE, P. W GREEN, Propriotor. I have recently taken charge of this Hotel and intend keeping it at its present high standard. Special attention given to tho traveling public. n Firsil-Clas- s Sample Room In connection. AIo Pool and Billiard Parlors. 73:tl L.M.REID, Clerk. THE Farmers Bank& Trust OF STANFORD, KY., C6 Is now fully organized and ready for business with "MISS WHAT?" I1B CHIRP. Paid up Capital of Snrplus, . - - - - $200,000. 13,500. had arisen, which ho had novor thought SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL. it worth while to rectify. BANK OK STANFORD, woro as wo What a happy party wo Balled down tho sound and how over- (Now closing- up) with the same assets and under the same management. joyed his mothor was when ho presonted Dy provisions of Us chatter, depositors are as rao to hor, and sho found that tho deslro fully protected as ate depositors in National Hanks, of hor heart was to bo 60 happily grati- liable to its shareholders being held individually the extent of the amount of their stock fied aro things that I will toll you therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the whon you como back; but I wish that amount invested In such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, 4c, as fully as ovory bride this year may fool as glad an individual. To those who entrusted their buisiness to us and proud as I shall when I the Lincoln Bank ol put ray hand in Douglas' and bcoorae while mnaglng here tender ourNationalthanks and many Stanford, we we Mrs. Pryor D. Van Cortland. trutt they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenEver Your Loving Nax. tion to same, our twenty years' experience in banking and as liberal nccommodations as are conthe kxd. sistent with sound banking. can With a cry Mr. Douglas throw up his hands and dashed off into the thicket, and Harriet, with tho true instinct of a genoral, took possession of his boat, bade Hans lift mo in I was too dumb with auger and sorrow to roslst and thus wu rowed homo. d Without further parloy Harriot mo Into my little bedroom, lit my lamp, and remarking dryly that I should thank her for her night's work when I was "quit fooling," whisked out of tho room and locked tho door on mo. My window is protty high up from tho ground, but half u hour ago I heard a tapping on tho shutter. I opened It; it was Hans. In sailor fashion ho had clambered up the rough boards. "1 wanted to toll you," ho whLspored, "that I thought tho missus was treatln' you powerful mean, and If thoro Is any thing 1 kin do I'll do It. Mossed If 1 won't." "Como back in an hour," I whispored; "I may havo a letter for you." Tor tho yacht?" I nodded nnd ho disappeared. I sat down to wrlto to Mr. Douglas, Clara, but I could not I would In tho first placo havo to ask him to break his word to his mother and to that other woman, and nil for tho sako of ono who could not fail to ho a bunion to him. I would hnvo to toll him that ovory word that Harriet had spokon was truo, and I could not do it, Clura. I (col tho forco of Harriot's words. I should ho a dragon him, and a hindranco to him and it is hotter that 1 pass out of his llfo, and let him puuo tho ovon courao laid out for him beforo tho unhappy hour when first wo mot. Ah, Clara! It gives mo somo sad comfort to know that my lovo for him is strong enough to lot mo sacriflco my own happiness for his. Good-bydear; I hear Hans outsido. Bo kind to mc, Clara, and pity mo that noxt weok I must glvo my promlso to that doubly hnted I'ryor D. Your Friend, Na.nkttk Van Cortland. P. S. Oh, Claral What do you think? nans tells me that Mr. Douglas has just been hero for his boat, and that ho, Hans, told him all ho know nbout mo, and that Harriot had not been speaking tho truth, and that I was crying, and horo. Clara, right boforo my oyes I havo a poncilcd note from him. This is what it says: "Nan, I do not sail till flvo; I will wait huro for a word with you all tho night. Hans says ho thinks ho can bring you to mo. 1 feol sure that you can explain overy thing to mo, and if you can, Nan nothing shall part us. ush-oroe, all." "You do lovo me, thon?" ho exclaimed, rapturously. I smiled up in his faco. Huns had discreetly turned his back, and with a sigh of deop content Douglas took mo in his arms, and for tho flrst tlmo, Clara, a lovor's lips mot mlno! Oh! Clara! don't lot any ono persuade you to marry for money! Walt until you havo found your happiness as I hnvo dono. "Will you como with mo?" ho asked, altera minute. "Anywhoro, overywhoro!" I roplled. "Hans," ho called, "Miss Nan ha3 promised to bo my wlfo. I want to tako hor with mo on tho yacht to my mothor In Now Roohcllo. Will you como with hor and dollvor hor into my mother's hands?" Hans'only answer was to shovo off tho boat and lift rao In. In flfteon mlnutos wo wero at tho yacht's sldo. Already thcro was a stir on board. It waa ton mlnutos to flvo, and tho two mon who sailed hor woro anxious to bo oil. Tho boat was haulod up, tho anchor wolghed, and In a fow mlnutea tho wind not." Aas off. Oh! thoso sweat flrst momonts as sho Urokou-IIearte- d msworcd to her holm and with tho glad bound of an impationl horso thrift hor protty noso In tho wators and sont tnom bubbling and seething along hor Bides. '7' " I AM TOO HAPPY TO W1UTK." bollylng out tho sails and wo woro Suddonly thoro was a cry: "Look out, thoro! Uoat nhoy! Look out!" and to Douglas, who was at tho wheol, a cry of: "1'ut her hard down to port, sir!" Right up alongsldo of us sped a and its occupant, with a dexterous lunge, fastened himself to us with his cat-boa- t, boat-hoo- k. It was William Sayer. Tho lurabor-ln- g HIS NOSE ITCHED. nut n Did Not EnJ.y tha YTy In fVhtoh It Wan Scratched. "One night," said Hon Holladay to a Now York World man, "I was bouncing over tho plains in one of my overland coachos. "Mri. Holladuy and mysolf woro tho only passongors. Several stages had been robbed within two months and tho driver was ripping along as though a gang of pralrlo wolvos woro after him. Suddonly tho horses wero thrown on their haunches and tho stago stopped. "I was heaved forward, but quickly rccovored, and found my6olf gazing nt d shottho muzzles of a gun. " Throw up your hands and don't stir!' shouted thoownorin a gruff voice. "Dp wont my hands r.nd I began to commune with mysolf. The follow then ooolly asked for my money. I saw that ho did not know who I was, and I was afraid that my sick wlfo might awako and call my name. "My coat was buttoned over my bosom, but scarcoly high enough to hldo a emerald that cost mo ovor a fow weeks boforo in San Francisco. "1 bcarcoly breathed through foar thnt light might strike tho stone, and its sparkling brilliancy attract tho attention of tho robber. I had about $40,000 in a raonoy-bol- t and several hundred dollars In my pockot "Suddenly my friend shouted: 'Come, sholl outr quick, or I'll send tho old 'un a free lunoh.' "I passed out tho fow hundreds looso In my pockets and handed him my gold watch and chain. Thoy woro hoavy. I think tho chain aloao would wolgh flvo pounds nt least " 'There,' said I Hhfero's every cent I'vo got! Tako it and lot mo go on. My wlfo 1b vory 111, and I don't know what would happen to her if sho know what was going on.' " 'Keop your hands up!' was tho reply, while a second robbor recolved my watch and monoy. "Then n search was mado for tho express company's box, hut tho d shotgun did not movo. Its muzzles wero within a foot of my noso. For my llfo I did not daro to stir. "Jly noso began to itch. Tho stiff hairs of my mustache, got up, ono after another, and tickled it until tho sensation was intolerable. I could stand it no longer. " 'Stranger,' 1 crlod, 'I must scratch my noso! It itches so that I am almost crazy!' " 'Movo your hands, ho Bhoutcd, 'and I'll blow a holo through your head big enough for a jack rabbit to jump throughP "I appealed onco moro. " 'Well,' ho answered, 'keep your hnnds still and I'll scratch It for you.' " "Did ho scratch it?" askod one of Hen's interested listeners. "Surol" said Mr. Holladay. "How?" asked the breathless Hstonor. "With tho muzzlo of tho cocked gun!" said tho great overlandcr. "Ho rubbed tho muzzlo around my mustache and raked it over tho end of my noso until I thanked him and said that it itched no longor." Tho robbers soon afterwards took tholr leavo, with many apologies, and Hon continued his journey to tho Missouri, with tho big emerald and 540,000. doublo-barrelemng-nlfloont J.J.Williams J. J. M. Hail Slanlord; S. Owsley, bianford: S I. Embry, Stanford ; Mt. Vernon; directors: S. 11. A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; J. K.Uaughman, Hustonville; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. Shanks, President. J. B. Owsley, Cashier. J. II. Lynn, Stanford: Investments Offered By the Louisville Savings, Loan & Building Co. Class A. Installment Stock. profits equal $100. No dividends in cash until maturity, which is estimated to take place in 7 or 8 years. First year's credited dividends have been over ij per cent. terwards 60 cents a month until payments and Face value $100. Costs Ji admission fee and af- CS,-0- 00 Class B. scuii-annu- al $100 Full Paid Stock. Face value $100. Costs Ji admission fee and $jo in lieu of all dues. Total Jji per share. Receives upon $50 cash dividends of 3 percent. IakinK O Per Cent. 3Tor Year, and Is credited with a proportion of surplus profits, until the pavments and surplus amount to Jtoo. This surplus is a small per centage at first but increases every year. This is a preferred stock and the cash dividends are guaranteed, Cau be withdrawn after one year. Class 0. $50 Full Paid Stock. doublo-barrolle- Face value so. Costs Si admission fee and $2$ in lieu of all dues, total $36 per share. Receives no cash dividends, but is credited with the same per. centage of profits as Installment Stock. If sucn stock nail been issueu during the past year, its dividends would have been over 15 per cenU. When the f 15 and the credited profits equal $50 the face value is withdrawn in cash. This Is a. new form of stock, especially adapted for the investment ofsmall savings without the ordinary feature of monthly payments. Can be withdrawn after one year. The books and securities of the Company are always open to investors. $1,300,000 of Stock Carried by ovor 1,500 Monitors. For full inlormation apply to GEORGE W. JOHNSTON, , GENERAL MANAGER, Tho Commerce, - - - Louisville, Ky. GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, STANFORD, KY. . Refer to J J. McROBKRTS, Cashier First tional Haul, Stanford, Ky. Sotf Na- SHNBXssisHssHsrBaHHftUIH old oystennan had boon made to 1 Hhuddored. hurry for onco. "Harriot knows you'ro gone," ho "Douglas." gasped, tho wind blowing his words Clara, shall go to him; nnd tho back down his throat, "and sho says future? Clara, tho future must tako you'ro to como right back along o mo, enro of itself. I lovo him that is nil. Miss Van Cortland." Douglas lot go tho whool and loft it FOI7KTU V.KUft. to fato or Hans. I am too happy to Dkai.kt Clama: "Miss what?" ho crlod, opringlng to write, but I owo it to you to let you know droaaiul night lost wook. my sldo. thoondof that "Van Cortland!" I snld, surprised. Wlicreuo juu Mippuao I nm writing? "Is your namo Van Cortland?" Li'uri...'- cu -o roof of tue cabin of "Yea." 1 l- Tin: smallest flowering plant In is wolflla mlcroscopia, a nativo of India. It belongs to tho duckweed family. It is almobt microscopic in stzo, destltuto of proper stem, leaves and roots, but having thoso organs morged In one, forming a frond. Thoro aro two species of thogonus found growing wild in tho Eastern United States. One of them, wolflla columblana is about of an inch in dlatn- the etor, and tho other, wolflla hrazlllenslt, somowhat smaller In fclze. co J. T. STJTTOIT eft CO., HUSTONVILIiB, KY. Are still In the business and ready to do anything in the Undertaking line. We have a full stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. H. Green his charge ofcur business and will show our goods to any one ueedinir anything in our U 6,'tf -.- .- J" mmmMmmmmfimmmmmm iiliw.ilftlrtl.--yrri'IMi.i:ti- TVfwi.Mmfa.yiwijrlT,)w.l,wvfc.i..1. . r ivVhww yiwyM ""Sf-- Vs2juAUJaraei-.- ri 6 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Some Suggestions as to County Roads. (To the Editor Interior Journal.! m The enormous expenses of Lincoln county during. the yenr 1S90,08 shown in place, wont with dog and gun into that the recently published list of the Inst region to shoot quail, and for a time he court of Claims, have occasioned considhad excellent sport. About noon, how- erable comment among tho farmers and of tho county, upon property-holder- s over, a heavy shower came on, and ht, walked up a deep, rocky gorge with tho wlibtn rest tho principal part of the burSeeing an hopo of finding shelter. den of taxation; and, as I was one of the I OKFKK MY KNTIRF SIOCK OF magistrates composing that court, which opening iu the eliff on his right, he enallowed theso claims, I desire, through tered it and was surprised to find him self in a large winding gallery with cragPolitics at tho National Capital. your valuable paper, to state just in To tho IMitor Interior Journal gy and precipitous walls on either side what these expenses consist, and offer Washington, Dee. 15. Mr. Harrison's and with a roof that rapidly ascended to practical suggestions that will in boiub the future reduco in some measure the little Bchemo of pushing the Force bill a considerable height. About 3D feet from the entrance was heavy indebtedness saddled every year for his own personal benefit is at last of Lincoln county. I slowly beginning to percolate through an object thnt arrested his attention. It upon the people might also 3tate thnt besides motives of the brains of tho other presidential can- was a gigantic piece of stone, oblong in public benefaction, I have been prompt- didates, and the result is a decided cool- general outline aud weighing hundreds ed to do this by the request of several ness towards the measure on tho part of of tons, resting in an oblique position on prominent citizen-- , who have seen the a number of leading republicans. It is a high, projecting leHge, with its huge efficacy of im rcao.ution affecting doc- believed that Mr. Harrison is figuring crest uprearod into a gloomy gap in thu tors' claims, introduced at tho last court that tho thousands of supervisors and cave n'n roof. As apparently miro than stock is the Newest nnd Host in Town. y COST I mean COST. of claims, and which is too well known deputy supervisors, who would be ap- half its weight was suspended over thu pointed under the bill, should it become passage, it looked as though a slight to need a recapitulation here. f Lincoln county a law. might be utilized to form the bn- - shock or tho pressure of a finger might Tim indebtedness for this year, ending in October, aggre- .isofu Ilnrrihon machine that might cause it to come crashing down. It was . gates the astonishing sum of $14,000, control enough of tho State delegations one of those death traps of nature, grim li. which is tho heuvitt el urn that tho to tho next republican national conven- and sinister, sometimes seen in subterWAYNESBURG. ranean chambers or upon prceipiees. county has sustained for years, and what tion to insure his nomination. iu a very strong probability that Mr. Iaiudinm is There It is well known that is more alarming, theso figures, judging The Walnut Grove school, whitb from the growing indebtedness of the the Force bill will bo shelved for good of an adventurous disposition; ho is also was conducted by Miss Ltd a Gooeh, closThe administration and a geologist of no mean repute. The ex ed last Saturday. last three yean; show a tendency to in this week. Hie princi- tho republican senators of tho Hoar citement found iu penetrating tho unex01 decrease. crease instead G. W. Cliftsold to I G. Gooeh 21 pal items which go to in ike up this pro- stripe have heard from the people, and plored, so fascinating to daring spirits, acres of laud on thu Stanford pike, iu tho digious debtor column aro expenses of are in almost a panic in their anxiety to allured and emboldened him. With tho suburbs of town, at $15 per acre. keeping in repair tho county roads, do something to Batisfy the public de- belief that he should mako some interO. C Gooch has gone to Cincinnati e and its di- mand for more money, and yet they nro esting discoveries here he advanced bold aud Louisville maintaining the to buy aud add to his versified train oi dependents, feeding mortally afraid that when once a finan- ly into the cavern. As he did so his dog already large stock of general merchanand clothing tho indigent outside of tho cial bill of any kind cets before the Sen- suddenly curled its tail between its logs dise. poor l'ou'P, salary of tho county officials, ate a substitute providing for free coin- and made a speedy exit. At the same, John Singleton, an old pioneer set and ' ..furs' claims, the last of which age will be adopted. It was this fear moment Mr. La in Irani suv two fiery. tier, died at his home near here Saturday SUITLIFS and invites the people of his section to call and examine has been disposed of by my resolution which caused certain senators to at- eyes glaring from a dark corner. Hur- night. Hu has been ailltcted with a his immense stock of last siUing of tho court of tempt to get democratic senators to riedly raising his gun he took quick aim complication of diseases and the end was adopted at the promise that if a bill was introduced au- and discharged both barrels simultane- not unexpected. claims. And first of the county roads: Every year there is expended on tho thorizing the secretary of the treasury to ously. He never knew what the animal T. 1). Gooch, an aged and respected roads of Lincoln county something purchase anywhere from.twenty to thir- was or what became of it, for the infer- citizen of this vicinity, fell from a loaded dirt Every conceivable thing in the Toy line can be found at his store. in tho neighborhood of $2,500. Under ty millions of dollars worth of silver bul- nal din that hollowed through the cav- wagon Tuesday last and was run over by this lion they would not offer free coinage as ern was instantly followed by nn awful it, breaking his leg just above the ankle. Dolls of all si7.es nnd at any prices are also there by the hundreds, of tho present system amount is absolutely thrown away. u substitute for it. It is needless to say crash, dense columns of dust aud sud- Dr. O'Bautiou was called ami set the while his line of Christmas Presents for the older class is not surpassBut some may say this is mere assertion that no democrats made any promise; it den darkness and ho was thrown vio- broken bones. Thu vuuerablu sullerur ed outside of the cities. lie sure to see his Electric Engine and the without proof. Let's look, however, in- is the policy of tho democratic senators lently forward on his face and almost is doing nicely. Klder A. J. l'ike, who h.is been pas- many otlier things of interest found in his large and well selected to the intricate mazes of tho system. On to keep clear of all entanglements, iu or- buried beneath masses of falling sand. He scrambled up bleeding aud gasping tor of thu Baptist church at this place for stock. All of the substantiate, such as are kept in a First-ClasGena certain day the overseer "warns in" der to be prepared to take advantage of and appalled, he the past year, was unanimously called fur eral Merchandise Store, can be obtained at the very the "hands," who to the number of from any circumstances that may occur to se- for breath; smallest margin, realized that the great bowlder had 110 emilling year by a business meuting 10 to 40, coino with theirspades, shovels, cure legislation iu behalf of the people. and those desiring to supply themselves with such should go directly into the passage. Its 0f tj,e tfimr(jn Sunday. Thu i hureh baa Mr. Harrison has, I am credibly in- plunged head-firs- t mattocks, Iioch, diggers, and tooth picks, eager to show formed, changed his mind to send a towering and colossal form, with great ueulI prosperous under his pastoral care, to his store, which is headquarters. pipes He desires to thank the public generally for their patronage during their adaptability for work. The over- special message to Congress intimating quantities of earth and fragments of ilis eiiiat and ucntl maunur havinK uun ,, the admiration of all. seer, perhaps, brings his "wagon and what kind of a financial hill he would stone, was wetlgcd tightly iu tho corri-- j for the year just closing and hopes by fair dealing to all and the vciy e team" and so do some of his kinsfolks, sign. He has so little influence in Con- dor, constituting a mighty barrier that ' J. K.hufur, of Ohio, recently lowest living prices to merit a continuance. black and frightful between liim. ciaed u tract of uiiitiiproveil land lying who live nearest. These gress that it matters little what ho recor neighbors o self and liberty. He saw no way of ,,,!,,.,, north ol here, oa tlu sun(urd latter gentlemen seem to have the idea ommends. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. HUBBLE. No nomination for the vacancy on the cape. The gloom of midnight enveloped ,ke, and this week moved machinery of monopoly; and while they aro busy, vast army of hatP, lt.r..in for ti.u mmm,.. of uwmu Inm- creeping along to and from the sand bench of tho Supremo Court has yet him. Moreover, a cIoh- Miss Croxton's dancing school Dr. has dismissed Joseph beds and stone ledges, making about a been sent to the Senate, and I am told uisiurueu ny uiu tiewjuauuii mm annum; 0er. This one Industry is being uxteti- - e, lnsl Friday night, after giving 20 Swope's case of throat trouble and ho is began to swarm thickly along the lively pursued iu our midst just now. per day, yet getting by a republican senator that it is doubtloads 80us in that art. Tho hop club will give -their 12.50, the other fellows, those hor- ful whether it will go in until the Force passage, many of them ulighting on his Tnreu mills are hustling tho boys from n ho, (ll t10 (jpera House during the out again. J. V. Bright dulivcrcd his hogs to I'rewitt Friday, :W, weighing L'oo bill is disposed of becauso Mr. Harrison person. They were of remarkable sizo early till lato. 'holidays. ny handed spade pushers and --The increased prosperity and growth -- Mr. George Hockcr, assessor, has fori, sold sometime ago. Joseph Hud-ma- n who get not a penny, nothing but their has tendered tho appointment to Senator and fierceness nnd seemed disposed to sold Ills hoes to I'rewitt for 3J and country's thanks. Btrung out in little Spooner, and he is afraid to have him attack him. He was forced to beat them of our tow 8UuWB tIllvt our citiM.Ki are ' j,wl completed taking a list of thu taxa-of- f 15. A. White sold his ut price to road, are laying in the leave the Senate before the vote is taken with n swift and vigorous movement j and enterprising. squads along the J. C. ble property of lloylu county, which talking religion, politics and on the Force bill the margin is too of his arms. They swept for.vard in Cuvnh is hiiildtiiLMi mlLo-.- - on tho went! rni.. .. crnnnonn cnnniwi n.r.r.. tl.m. hini. Mr. Ben Owsley lis been suffershade, ... , ... ing from intltinmtttion of tho throat, hut enormous iiocks, as iiio escape, nnu maiB,,c.0f t10 rajlroni( just B0UtlI 0f the bust year. gossip, or mayhaps, small to lose a vote. neighborhood is better. Tho colored folks ure going to "shooting craps," waiting, as they would The farce, called an investigation of quarter of the cavern was soon alho public school building, and Frank Hllis, Thomas K. Durham aud mother have supper h and u Christinas tree at with another the pension office, has been resumed by with them. I'etplexed and only half 0f thefirm of Kilts A Jackson, nuutlior, i ea'y, for the teams to come have rented onoof tho new cottages on and rock. Thus, be- the House committee. The committee aroused from hyemal torpor, thousands ijtli0 frtner west. A new street will bo Main street, opposite Dr. Johnstone's their church here Christinas ove. Mr. "spread" of gravel Frank Holhtclaw is visiting his tween the two classes of laborers, tho shows a great deal more anxiety not to precipitated themselves against tho oounedin that addition soon, sanitarium ami have gone to housekeepCatherine Bhickurby. Joseph bat in the fablo, assailed find crookedness than it does to find it. rocks and fell upon thu floor, where Sabbath-schoroad, like the Tll0 at this place, ing. H. 15. Farrt", who recently moved They und,.r tll0 i,.lUJershin of E. it. Caldwell. here from Crab Orchard, has uccepted n Fugleman sold Bo wen Glveiu' crop Mr. Owl, in one place and by puss in An attempt will be made to get tho they flapped awkwardly about. by another, soon comes to grief. In this committee to look into the methods by collected iu seething heaps upon every Jr ( BtH manfei,l9 ju mia ilur(.rtt. At position as clerk ul thu Gilchcr House. of corn here to Joseph Griffin for J2 at the heap. M. F. Herring, our worthy manner the hands, as a general thing, which a son of Commissioner Rauin be- rock-- anu leuge; mo air was inromreu for next year, ' eieclloll 0f ltH Uuv. Samuel McKee, son of Hov. J. time;" tho haulers, think- came attorney for a large number of ap- and noisy with swisnmg wings, lliey v hich was held last Sunday, Mr. Cald- - L. McKee, of this place, will bu married citizen and friend, has moved to thu von "put in their do Wat4ir farm, near Stanford. A. C. ing only of their taxes paid thusly, and plicants, whose claims had been practic- o warmed on Land ram's back and shoul well was retained as lU supeiintenduiit, Kith, to .Miss Jessie C. Wilson, Carman is attending tho Liberty court iu in the office before he ders like bee. They dashed against his L. G. Gooch wus elected assistant ami ' of La Crosse, Wis. the other fellows striving each to kill the ally pigeon-holeHis brother, Litps-the interest of his father's estate. Jan. After such work is took charge of them. face or clung screeching to his hair and most minutes. I. Camden secretary. The school . ley McKee, will officiate. They goto Robinson sold J interest in his large catTho bill reducing the fee for obtaining beard. This multitude of busy wiiij:B so voted to have a Christmas tree on Ft. Dodge, Iowa, to live, where Mr. done, what is there to show for it? Not tle to Thomas Wood for 3 cts. Squire a single bridge, not one hard pull the an increase in pension to $2 has been stirred and whirled about in bellowH eve. Keu has charge of a tlouriohiiiu l'resby- Fugleman's court was held Saturday less: nothing save a few ditches, shal- favorably reported to tho House. This the dry dust of centuries, it invaded and That clever and big hearted man, torian chinch. and in the case of Q. 1 Bright against a hog trough and a few leafy is a hard blow to tho pension sharks, irritated tho hunter's laboring lungs. low as John Johnson, who has been serving Although it has been several months Threatened with euffoeatien ho in-- Lincoln county as deputy sheriff, is u since the freight depot at this place was Wesley Owsley, Bright got judgment for branches thrown over the "had places" but Secretary Noble is trying to strike them Btill harder by getting all the creased the activity of his movements. conspicuous figure on our streets, on burned, thu company has never rebuilt. $0 A3. Howard Rice was heio last week to mako tbem the more seductively ss in tho interest of tho non resident in pass States to adopt the system now in vogue He became fierce, stvaxo nnd each inii-- i our magisterial court days. Hedge In fine, a John has It causes much worry, both to tho colli roads two weeks afterwards in Massachusetts, Minnesota aud Wis- ment lie liurlotliumureuHoi ino equeaK- - md0 an excellent officer, one too, that pany and our merchants, as the goods Co. Hu is a hustler and took lots of oring over the ders on his trip into this country. J. F. . . could not tell in a majority of instances consin, of having the attorney general of ing creatures upon the earth and tramp-- l ono jesaiid the iieonloreurut that are tbdivered out of the cars they are Rignev is Improving now. Most all tho they had ever been worked. Now tho State look after all applications for led them under loot, iooung was tllyy w1 ,)0 BL.ru.,i Jy him no longer shippfd in, a inch causes delay often. ins that corn is sold that is for sale iu thin comderived from pensions free of charge. now precarious mr me cavern s rocuy ,,, if there is no benefit to be Janiuiry .. j.;vury ono wiu join jn Thu Robert I. Moore place, It miles munity. A few lots can yet bo bought bill providing for bottom had become slippery with blood wMllng him m.Ces.i in whatever uvoea- The the expenditure of 2,500, better were it west of Dauville on thu Lebanon pike, nt$2 ami Our I.VTKiuoit'Joi'n.VAi.8 a membership of 350 to tho House of and entrails ot mangieu uais. no was ' tjul no ,mi f0uw. in the pockets of the honest was sold last Monday, couuty court day, don't reach us till Wednesday nnd Satdevoted to missionary purposes, or Representatives has been reported to the without resource or shelter, in thu midst to bo Samuel Gooch has sold his cottaue before the door. Humphrey urday mornings by way of Lancaster. national campaign fund. The roads House, and tho republicans having tacit- of a horrible tempest. That ho should on Cliurch street to L. G. Gooch, aud to a Hudson, of Garrard, was tho purchaser, Try them by Danville. -- J. C. Kubunka ly agreed that New York should have preservo his presence of mind under will shortly move to Somerset, where he need to be managed under a better paying for it ?SJ.i)o per Here. Mr. Hud-so- u sold two mares at Danville Monday for long and short whatever additional representation it is these conditions is wondorful, but that system; that's the will run a boarding-hous- e. Sam will sold his place on which ho has been $450. G. A. Swlnebroiul soys if hogs reentitled to, should there ho a recount in he did so is indicated by that which of it. evidently maku an estimable host and living near UryantsvllU to John Woods main low hu is going to put his on tho I therefore suggest that the couuty New York City and Brooklyn, it is not we bespeak for him a cordial welcome for 530 per ucre; the place contains Ml Christmas tree for his neighbors. Mrs. a magistrate iu each mag- thought that the democrats will oppose Shaking himself free of his tormentors by thu peoplo of his adopted home. court appoint acres. They will each take possession John Ball is visiting her father at Mayfor a moment, he doffed his thick linen Your scribe has had many pleasant chats isterial precinct, whose duty it shall be its passage. Jan. 1,'Ul. weed. Invitations aro now being sent Senator Vest has presented to the coat and pouring over it tho stimulant with him about thu "nut ves" of thu famto go over the roads in his precinct, n There probably is not an older negro out to the members of the con. con. to days before the Senate a memorial from tho National and combustivo contents of a quart botleast once a year, a few ous Skagg's Creek section of Ilockcastle woman iu the country than one who visit Hubble and wo fully expect them meeting of the court of claims, and make Bankruptcy Convention urging tho im tle that ho carried in his hip pocket, ho and his seasonable comments have often lives iu this county. When a slave phe hero next week, ns they huvu never inspection of all the work mediate passage of the Torrey bankrupt- iimited it with a match nnd as it blazed brought forth good loud laughter. a thorough belonged to thu Jackson family, of tliie u single call to nny point yet. done on said roads, and obtain tho cy bill, which passed the House at the fiercely up ho began to whirl it, a circle l'rof. W. It. Cress closed his excel county, und since her freedom she bus Henry Cox has moved to the farm ho A number of petitions of roaring flame and pungent smoke lent school at this place on the lL'th inst. names of the overseers thereof, so that last session. continued to live with them. Sho is recently bought. John Wood has purof claims agaiust its passage have been received about his head. The eflect was magical. when he comes before thecourt It is said by many of thu patrons of the now living at H. Q Davis' and instill able chased Humphrey Hudson's farm near Thesmokoand flame were intolerable district that thu school was the most to do hoTvill ha practically acquainted with from tho northwestern States. some work. Through the winter BryanUville. extent of tho work, could use its wings successful aud profitable ever taught iu Tho notorious ship subsidy billa which an'l every but that tho nature and season she knits, quilts, Ac, and iu the which tho county, through him, must passed the Senate at tho last session began a precipitate flight to other quar- thu district. There were 100 pupils en- summer attends to raising chickens. .She The meeting ot Cynthiana, conductpay for, aud if the overseer in any case were too much for tho republicans of the ters. rolled and the general average was about nursed all tho Jnckson family, aud some ed by Revs. Kvans and Hopper, had remagis- House committee on Merchant Marine It was a chieropterous panic. In that 00. The patrons havu urged strongly of them are pretty old themselves. Mr. sulted iu 8 additions to last has failed to do his duty, let . the reports. Such and they have agreed upon a single bill spectral light Landram was for the motrate report him to the grand-juryupon Mr. Cress to continue here this age is Tho case of Mr. A. I Rfckotta remind tho overseer as a substitute for both of them. Tho ment transformed into eomething inhu- winter, and ho was offered a good salary It. Q. Davis is 82 years old. Her Burvellance would against the L it X. railroad company for Issuing from tho by them, but refused to accept on ac- 102 years. of his position, put now bill combines many of the features man, demoniacal. of the responsibility $20,000 damages, for loss of an arm, reof the other two, and is certain to pass pockets of his burning coat and minghim on his guard, and cause him to count of G. U. Fry's desiro to teach at sulted Monday in a verdict of $7,500 for Colored Department. ling with his unearthly outcries, could this place, in order, wo suppose, to vinfrom his hands, both tho haulers and the House, moro'a tho pity. James Green, n colored man of 21, Mr. Rlcketts. Lebanon Standard. Representative Cra.n. of Texas, has be heard the sounds of bursting shells. dicate himself of charges made by' some upreaders, more concencrated and effecTho MiddleHboro Xows says that a died at Uoncvvillo yesterday. tual work. I believe that half the mon- reported from tho House committee on Rushing from side to Bido of tho cavern, of the patrons. will be given company of gentlemen from New Kpg. A literary entertainment a resolution calling on the his hair tumbled over his forehead in ey expended annually on tho roads could John It. lioreiug, who was recently at the Baptist church on the night of the land has purchased tho Opera House by this prudent and eco postmaster general as to tho extent and tangled masses ami his faco distorted thus bo Baved murdered in Magnolia, Ark., was a 2(ith for tho benefit of tho church. Ad- block, the White Block and the building nomical course, and SI, 250 is quite a grounds for- complaints of inefficient with rage, he whisked the blazing torch brother of Itev. A. Horeiug, presiding el mission 10 cents. A festival will also bo now occupied by the Coal and Iron Bank But ho is not service iu Texas and other hither and thither, scorching great nuui-b'r- s Bum to the tax payers. der of the M. G. Church, North, of thu given. Mrs. W. II. Whitley und M. for $75,000. and buruiug many ulive, until the tearing his shirt bo much because $2,500 States. Jack Hawloy, ono of the most dar- There isn't as much talk about Mr. vast host of horrid creatures liad been Maysville district, and of Judge Boreing, Olmstead are the managers. been expended on tho county have ing horse thieves Montana over nrodue- of London. The supposition is that ho Blaino'a reciprocity schemes us there driven back into the recesses of the cave. roads. What bo is recalcitrant about is was murdered for a sum of money he Chief Powderly nnd a numlior of uj'. WHS captured at West Liberty, Iowa, money is gone and there is no was a short timo ago and a suspicion iw Panting like a tired animal, his faco tt.ht his was thought to have received. He was prominent alliance leaders are opposed j Three years ago ho stolo 1,500 ponies arising that the administration isn't streaming with sweat, ho began to visible improvement in tho highways, struck in the hea I as ho left his storo at to the call for a third paity convention, fr0ln a Montana raticlunan, took them to the possibilities of escape from his night. Paris Kentuckiuu. which he and his children pull and giving tho Bccretary of state any earnest over Tl'xaa n'"1 bulJ diem for $03,500. to bo called nt Cincinnati Feb 2X - bupport in this mutter. damnable captivity. If any avenue of fret, bump aud jostle on fieit public-spirite- market, church and school. If ho pays for a road it is no more than justico that ho 8houldhave one; nnd half tho amount which ho pays would suflico to mako a far better one than what ho has been forced to accept in the past. If my views aro not acted upon I hope that they will have the etlect, nt least, of arousing other thinking minds on the patrisubject, for every otic citizen certainly feels an interest in n matter which concerns so much the convenience and prosperity of tho wholo people. John A. Ciiaitem.. Crab Orchard, Dec. 1(5. The Terrible Experience or a Lancaster escape over Man. LNCsTnit, Dec. To the Editor of the Interior Journal.) 17. Seven miles north of here, near Dix River, there is a famous group of hills known as Btudctt's knobs. Several days ago Mr. Louis Ijui- dram, a prominent young lawyer of this the lofty summit of tho bowlder still existed, which was doubtful, it would have been iiiadnusa to nttempt to rvach it in thu reigning darkness, either by attempting to scale the barrier itself or by clambering up the steep and jagged walls of the cavern. It remained to he seen then whether there was any vulnerable point about the opposing mass By the light of n sickly hlsze that played over a remnant of his burning vestment, he picked up his mm and thrust tho barrels into the earth and sand at one side of the giant rock. Tho debris yielded little by little to his attack, and with tho energy of a man entombed alive and desperate with the desire for liberty, he dm; out quantities of earth and prized up fragments of stone. Hope again kindled i'l his bosom and at the expiration of a period embracing about seven hours, durum which the labors of a Titan were pel formed, he had succeeded in making an opening around the bat riur largo enough to admit his body and through this hole he smiocjod himself. In his hand hu held thu bat My tered and twisted barrels of n gun nnd just as thu moon arose behind the timber on tho opposite did' ho passed out haggard and grimy into tho chilly night. - 3r cj &er IS i Walshes, Clocks and Jewelry AT n f VJ TT o ju JL a ROBT. FENTZEt. JUSTCTJIOIT CIT1T, KIT., Hilton. poor-hous- I Isle mm ters for Santa Glaus" New and Novel Christmas Trix. road-manin- g s wild-eye- d pocket-knive- s, I , pur-aros- es-.- M ' Cnr-HMit- lea-san- d, half-doze- n hoe-lifter- ( wMe-awu- ku ... .... .., . ; g.and-moliie- r, j ; ol tf ann , d ul-- m Jit-Christ- as 1 dan-gerou- s. Bluu-Gra- j tax-payer- s, court-hous- e do-vis- ox-a- ct post-office- s, - post-ofilce- s I con-sitl- er ! -- .j ; .- s. vw. .,. iL.