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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890122501 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. xvin. S Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., CHRISTMAS DAY. 1890. "JLT HP3 OSi y 3EC 3. NOW is the Time to Buy Your Holiday Presents in Watches, Cloeks, iXIH'W'IEILiDRX" SIXj-V"J3T-VvrA.E;Ti- A. S mx. . 0 - NO. 86 my stock of Jewelry at cost for CASH only. Look at the prices; Clocks S3, worth $55 Clocks at S2.50, worth $4. Watches worth Sioo at Sro- worth o worth $20 ni $i., worth Si 5 at Sio. H. V. Raymond's movement, gilt, S.7.50; Nickel, $20. Hampden Railway movement at S18.75. Seven Jewel movements, $$ to S6.25. Evcrythin" else in at nronor-tion. I have the lurecst stock ever brought to btantoid and have lately opened a large stock of new 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 ns the sale is POSITIVELY for cash. Karl am offering everything in S-- S-- .A.. Senator Stanford mitdu uti liour'H j (Tri tho Editor of tiMtlnianor Journal Hf0tcll Friday OXplntlliug Ills bill for c. Wasiiinoton, moll(.v on farm morttriiges at 'r aifsopen revolt against tin rupulilintn r(nt Hninim. The Mil 1ms1 mill IiIb manly Hirmich ogninsttlio Tv(rtm to Him fluunre committee, ltt,u 1 orn. hill are the talk of the town, timl om.y iiuonlwrof uliirii is omroeed to 1. likely to remain ho for wimu time to Senator SiMioner 8Kke nil day .Satui-- c pOIW jiius notwithstanding the nuarmw of ,jflV u fnvor nf un jt wa8 Christmas. That lie voiced the renl jocularly suit! that he was trying to mini BentliiieutH of u number of his rnpiiijli ,t8 ip,Kintient to tho bench of the Su-moment be prcine court. mi colleagues cannot for i . doubted, but none of thorn are expected i Progressive Trading. todisplnv tho "sand" exhibit! by the Wvailii Senator, mill I understand that! "IMenHo, sir," miitl a young man to tho lie nrteil largely from Hpite, because Mr. foreman of a p.iving gang on .Shelby avHarrison anil tho republican leaders in onue, "will you uivo me one of thesoj both Senate anil House bavo combined ' round redar blocks? "Those blocks belong to the city, my to prevent tho passage of a free coinage has won-- , boy. If you are a taxpayer they are ns bill. Whatever his motive, it ' derfully Htilfencil tho backbone of tho mueh yours as mine, but you don't look However, I'll give you of the Force like a taxpayer. republican opponent one if you'll tell mo what you want it hill, Senator Paddock, another republican for." "I want to oovor it with carpet and opponent of the bill, is growing restive uotiee that if the bill is make n hassock. nnd has given not disposed of very soon he intends, "What do you want of n hassock? You asking tho Senate to take up his l'tite ain't a married man." "Oh, no, sir; but I cm tra Id the has Food bill. fnvor sock for a bird cage to Mrs. Brown. HoTho republican caucus voted in of changing lite Senate rules in order to bird is dead." "Hut what do you want of a bird cage uitoir debate, but it Is not yet certain that they can succeed. Mr. Hoar and without a bird?" his associates in the pushing of tho Forces "Oh, I don't want the cage, but I bill are in n peck of trouble, and it is ' found out I could trade the cage for an growing worse instead of bettor. They oxidized picture frame." fear to make the attempt, to chance the' "There it is again. What good is n because thev ore not certain that turo frame without anv picture?" they can carry it through, even if they: "Mut Mr. Oliver has got a picture of ran get it t a vote, which N a matter of (Jen. Sheridan, and he said he would doubt, M the democrats have announced trado me a hanging lamp for a good determination to debate the pro-- ' dized frame for it." posed chajUs'e, which inut-- t be made im- - j "So it's n lamp you want?" "No, I've ynt no particular use for n der the present rules, for tho remainder of the session. One thing is certain, the lamp, but I can trade a good hanging change cannot be made without revolt!- - lamp for a pcrMan rug, and I can trade Honary rulings on tho part of tho pro-- , the rug for a Mexican parrot, nnd Tom Higbee will trade me his "banjo for the Biding otllcer of the Sunato. If anything is to be done this week by parrot. See? It's the banjo I'm after." St. Paul Fioneer Pres. the republicans in the Senate, it will Capital CulHrtQS. 22.-Hii- Some Facts For Prohibitionists to Con- J iilor So-(S,,- sider. j K ,,r Htii-U- tj. i,t 1 -' ' ' i , Xearly laws, either the obsolutcly prohibiting the sole of oleomargarine or restricting it under soveio conditions. It continues to he miiiiufuc-lureto a large extent. Yet iu the country last yiiir, according to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue n total of 32,81 ,05t .pounds of oleomargsrine were produced. In tho 7 First Pennsylvania district alone pounds lire produced. The prohibitory liquor law seems to be enforced in much the same way. In Kansas, which has such a stringent law on the subject, l,o.r0 retail liquor dealers paid a license tax last year to the government, while 12 wholesale dealers and one recti Her nlso took out government license iu that State. Resides there were 1S5 licenses issued for the sale of malt liquors and 28 for wholesale dealers iu malt liquors. In Maine tho government issued SW licenses for tho sale of liquor. In New Hampshire 1.0S8 licenses were issued. Iu Iowa 1,'J.V) licenses were issued, almost as many as were tailed in Kentucky. In Vermont, another prohibitory State, .'1S8 licenses were issued. These ollicial llgurt'H appear to leave no doubt that the prohibitory liquor legislation of tho State does not prevent the sale of liquor. Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. till Stati-sjhav- e d 1,07(1,-IK1- Lancaster Serine Sees It. If you wiini to'feel good and be good, do good. Do not confine your Christ-magifta to tho members of your own household, for that is the quintessence of ficlflshuo-p- . Hunt up some poor boy or girl, who has no one to look to for help, and make a glad heart by a useful present and a kind word. Gifts should be confined to things that.are useful. Mon- oy is too senrce to be thrown away upon , trilles. As Our ' :r, FEiisrisrir. "nJln l kicieahi) c. wakkem ELECTION NOTICE. Co . Eom For Salo. a( 6i-- n I offer for sale la a Candidate for Au.litor ofthr Sfnte et Ken-uck- j-. priately the Henry Hester farm iiimrct to the will f the D mocratic party. of 60 acresh- ol-t bottom land on Dix Kiver: ji acnt up all rniht balance in gnus. Ihedwellinsjhiuo ronn.!; there u n new barn. Rood well, fine orchard and lencing nearly new. lerms, half canh. balance in one nnd two years, with interest. II not sold will be for rent. I'os-Mrs- ft An rlectmn for Director! Hank office 84 Id Trot January j, Stanford, lor the Farmer! Hank Ky, will be held at aid given January 1, 1891. JW. ADAMS, Stanford, Ky. - J II. OWSLEY, Caihier. 1891. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. ' Whitelaw Reid, the American minister at Paris, and wife, have been visiting nnnshmtinrmln rnpimtlv. mul wliilia rlmr.. tho Sultan conferred upon Mrs. the order of "JJhefkat," or "Chiefcat." ori something of that sort, which is said to be the highest Turkish decoration that can ho given a woman. Mrs. Reid no doubt feels better since her decoration, while Mr. Reid doubtless remains in statu quo, content with being subordi nate to the "chief cat." Thi! old and Hoteljii still maintain meeting of the stockholders of the National ing its fine reputation. Chargei reasonable. SpeHank 01 lltittonville will be hold ut their banking cial attention to the traveling public. houte III Hu!tonrille the second Tueiday ill January, 1841, which I! the 13th, for the puruoie of M. P NEWCOMD, Prop., electing nine Directors to serve the ensuinejear. s3-Ml. Vernon, Ky. 83 J. w. jiockek, Cashier A t. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. MT. VERNON, KY. TEE CQMimCldLEOfEL J. n. OWENS, Manager. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. ' pic-rulc- H oxi-the- ir ( j t.mm t. K ilmwi iltliint tlw nualrtf uni't t of Senators Allison nnd I ngalls, both of whom bavo gone homo without being nntrcd. So far tho republicans have ro fused to even consider taking a holiday recess, and present indications are that they will hold sessions right along, and, of coureo, the democrats w ill be compelled to attend, because if they stay nwnv tho republicans would bo certain to ciowd the Force bill through. In the House a quorum has gone glimmering and there is not much probability that one will bo seen there again j bo-fo- re January. The republican bosses are believed to have secretly decided that no financial h v I it legislation shall bo passed atthisfies.iion, although they mo making a great pre tense of considering the bill which tlia republican caucus went through the1 farce of endorsing, which provides for the purchase oi iuuu.uoi1 ounces oi mi- If the sun shines through tho apple Ver in monthly installtnent of L'.OUO.OOO trees on Christmas day thero will be an ounces and for the recoining of the ?i',- abundant crop tho following year. 000,000 of fractional coin and trade dolcomes but lars now lying idle iu tho treasury Christmas it comes itonce a year. cheer. baingsgood And when They would have been willing to allow Whenever John Khea goes into tlti this bill to pass, but it was no sooner reported to the Senate than Senator sort of thing, he's a ruined candidate. A offered an amendment providing for correspondent of the Crittenden Prer.8 free coinage. Tiu-- it was decided that says: "Hon. John K. Heudrick is bo it was too risky to allow the bill to bo popular in his own country that his picvoted on, and so tho matter stands at ture may be seen in a beautiful frame in present. nearly every household of his county.'' St nator Pettigrew wants to make an- John Khea is much fairer to listen to other Indian scare impossible, so ho has than to look upon, and to set that phiz introduced n bill prohibiting the sale of of his iu a beautiful frame would instantlire arms and ammunition to Indians on ly bring on a crisis in bis political career reservations. The general impression is as well as a crash in frames. The Times that there is already such a law in exis- advises this pit rent Rhea serene not to tence, which has been violated with the gt too high up in the pictures. Glasconnivance or through the negligence of gow Times. government olliciuls. This whole ludi Tim sun's heat is supposed to bo transan business will probtbly be invostig.it Congress. Senator Maiiderson ferred to bljects by ether waves. These oil by has otlered n resolution to that effect. tire not considered to be heat, hut to bo There is a general desire on the part of capable of producing heal when they imsenators and representatives to get at pinge niton matter. The atmosphere bo ini: attenuated and thin in the upper rethe real status of the Indians. some hitch in the is- gions is 'less heated than in the more There has been suing of u proclamation by Mr. Harrison dense portions near the earth. The heatinviting foreign nations to take part in ing power of the sun is also very great at tho Worlds Fair, but it is now said to be htah altitudes when radiating upon surnil right, and that the proclamation will faces prepared to receive and absorb tho heat The nearer wo approach the suit, be issued this week. is already apparent that nt least the more powerful are tho radiations of It 530,000,000 will bo required to make up etln-- waves. the deficiencies in the last sessions If one were to walk one way through These deuVh'iieies are the all the streets of Loudon he would bo resnltH of tho deliberate action of tho re- obliged to go a distance of 2,000 miles; as publicans, iu order to make the country far as from Xe.v York to San Francisco. believe that they are keeping tho approA Cakd -- We- take tin.-- , method of expriations flown. pressing our gratitude to neighbors and new rolo Senator Hlalr is posing in a thut of funny man, and it is a decided personal friends for their kndless to our dead boy. J S. and Ann L. Roslkv. improvement on his ordinary isms. ..-,- , Christmas Saws. A warm Christmas, a cold Hasten A light Christinas, a heavy sheaf. A grueu Christmas makes a fat graveyard. A wind on Christina.! day, trees will bring much fruit. If Christinas finds n bridge he'll break it; if he finds none he'll make one. The devil makes his Christmas pie of lawyers' tongues and clerics' lingers. If ice will hear a iitait before Christmas it will not bear him afterward. He that maketh at Christmas a dog his larder, and in March a pig his gardener, and in Mny a fool a keeper of wise counsel, he shall never have a good larder, fair garden, nor well kept counsel. 1.1 'PI... ol,..,.l.,.,.l tl..... ...... 1.! ' wile enter the stable on Christinas tluv Some Old -- '"" m Ilea-ga- n r TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. IhisCompeny shall have power to reFor through rates correct county maps and lull by gift or by wi lor any other way information Agent at Junction Citv, ceive Lady (to clerk) 1 want to look nt keeping court at Nicomedia, he learned and todouatiuns prosided the borrower sh.ill give or address call on KUANr. W WOOLLLY, Kv. loan uni, other kafo method ot security Trav Pass Agt . Lexington Kv. mortgage or something that would bo suitable for n that a multitude of Christians wero as- security byFlic pun ipal any said fund can never I) G EDWARDS of C.C liARKY sembled to celebrate the birthday of Je- be used, but the interest can be used for Cemetery Vice I'rrsiQt t I. P ,VT. A, Christinas gift for my husband. f'iiuirnati 11 sus, und having ordered the church dooM purposes. Clerk Yes'm; largo or small? foregoing, e tho underIn testimony of the to he closed he set fire to tho building signed, have hereunto subscribed our respective, Lady What do you mean. names. This Nov 7 100. IJATHAN SINGLETON, 'te iiV - Wv Clerk tyo you want a largo or small and the worshippers perished in the CRISMON GOOCH, II tines. llask? D. O GliOCII, m m G T GOOCH, W P REYNOLDS "Girls tiro no good anyway,' said Si Did you say ten cents? Customer Is that too much for a shave? Little Johnny; "they aint got any Rarber Customer Not at all. It would have sense." "How's that?" asked Merritt. cost mo$.r)0io haye had a surgeon do I have removed my office to my residence oppo "Ilecause," was the reasonable reply, site Female College, where I will be found at all that amount of cutting. Boston HerHUGH REID. imci, 94 "as soon us their stockings get big ald. enough to hold a lot of things they stop HUST'irVrrjL,E- - KY A railroad connection between Now hanging them up." Judge. York and Ritenos Ayres, by tho way of . Having leased the Menelee Stable, I now offer btsssiss. h w j li nil i.iiviipi ni iii.ii Never look a gift horeu iu the teeth. my NEW S FAULK on Lancaster street for rent ,oc5 of cenpTion. o7;h;:;;which i,aK;r; the City of Mexico, is being discussed. Stalls and is the very best ofcverji, obtained on shor. notice Mr Fi? It lias ten largo llox It would bo about 8,000 miles long tind It is also wrong to look a Christmas place in the county forajai k and Horse stand tur new ciascharsraofeur hn n... .i rjoods to any one needinv Sonierville Jour- the coining season. A large cistern at thedojr nythin journey, if continuous, would take gift in tho price-mar,r the L'S4-;!(X- "), A minority of tho House committee on Indian allairs favor tho adoption of the A Jewel Iluckden Stallion; is a red sorrel and in his 4th ear; a combined roadster, very stylish, following resolution: sire Second Jewel; 1st dam I.i lie Iluckden, she by lluckshot, he by Imp Iluckden; id dama Day "W11KUKA8, The dispensations of Providence are alwnys wise and beneficent, Dick mare; 3d dam drayE.Eagle. C. WALTON, therefore be it Stanford, K) Rbsoi.vkd, That we coincide with the course of 1'rovidence in tho removal of the Hon. Mr. Sitting Bull, and oiler our congratulations to his widows and orphans." inform my I would Poor Sitting Bull! Since his death customers respectfully again at uorkold friends and that I am at my profession and would be pleased to receive any work, in there are "none so poor as to do him rev- the way of Christmas Stockings. Recognizing the old adage It is better to have your stocking fill- erence." thai a living dog is better than a dead Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repaired than to have to till one. Judge. ing. Fat girls 1111 stockings the best. Wa- lion, Sitting Roll's taking oil' is the subject of ridicule rather than of regret. Also repairing Sewing Machines, Guns, Pistols, terloo Observer. Loil, &c All Do not expect to find n brown stone It seems that they killed him and bis boy when he was a poisoner, Work Neatly und Promptly Done front in vour stocking. Philadelphia And Warranted by and doing nothing whatevor. Such is Call. THOMAS RICHARDS, Slanlord, Ky. Christmas evolution from stock to tho progress of civilization ! Room up stairs, Odd Fellows' building, entranca stocking Goodall'B Sun. door to Prominent among tho recent suspen- next A good motto for Christmas stocking sions is that of the "Kansas Thomas tillers Sock et tuuin. Pittsburg ChronCat," a journal of no ordinary magnitude K&tional Building-Loan Association, icle. v hose weekly mew has hitherto disturb most people will find iu their What ed the slumbers of evil doers in that pro. OK LOUISVILLE, KY. Christmas stockings Corns. Lowell hihitory State. Its failure to come up to Courier. LEATHERS, President; th' scratch is an evidence that its claws JOHN H. JOHN I. DUNLAP.Vkce President. Tho children aro already hunting up had bncome too much worn to render the biggiht stockings that are to be found. further service. The average "Thomas The Safest and Best Investment Roston Post. in the State. Cat" is not usually regarded with favor It is as much pleasure to fill n stocking in localities where people need sleep, and Dues 60 cents per share per month No deduction! as to hang one up. Hartford Post. from monthly dues for any purpose. the suspension of the Kansas t. c. is People who think that Christmas is a of regret. therefore not a matter Paid 12 Per Ccat. tho First Year season of peace on earth and good will Of bu!ine. Up to this time of speaking, tho to men probably never saw a man skirEvery $6 00 invested 'on 10 shares Earns mishing around at 5 o'clock on Christ- amount made by that poverty-strickeFor particulars, write CM. PHILLIPS, mas eve with a perturbed mind and a citizen, Jay Gould, by the financial panS04 West Main St., Louisville, Ky. 8131 ivn dollar bill buying presents for a wife ic in Now York, is said to bo $30,000,000. The man who could gloat over such and nine dearly beloved children. gains at the expense of suUering humanJournal. ity is an enemy to mankind and deservfrom Several gentlemen different es tho execrations of good men Sec. The undersigned, Chrisman Gooch, D, O Gooch, Nathan biuileton, W. K. Rejnolds, (i, States were discussing tho merits of their T. Gooch, citizens of Lincoln county,, Ky., have this day associated ourselves together as corporparticular homes. Chapter .V of IMitor Bach, of the Pikeville Monit- ation, under the provisions of under the namethe "Kansas is n great State. Wo raise 00 of Statutes of Kentucky, bushels of corn." said the man from or, was accidentally killed at Jackson the Olive Cemetery Compauy at Olire, Lincoln county, Ky. Kansas, "and 200 bushels of potatoes to last week. A mountaineer let his pistol Sec. 2 Tho general benature of the business of to shall fdl and it exploded, .the ball striking this corpomtion by purchase, acquire realora ml any gift, divise the acre." in proper')other ku, and to sell, convey and dispose of the "Hut have you Kansas people any Rich in the stomach, killing him in same by 'sale or mottgage or otherwise ; said properly tobo used forCemetery purposes only. market for your produce?" asked n man stantly. 3. The amount of capital stock, authorired The statement is made that the Ger-- to Sec,issued in the nnme of the corporation shall from Connecticut. be (100) shares of not than "Certainly they have," respon led an man government will grant Prof. Koch consist value ofmore dollartwo hundredthe same to be $1 each, one of the ,000,000 marks and fiis assistants 500,000 paid in at the lime and place of the organization grasseuvioiiB Texan; "they raise enough of this Company. hoppers and potato bugs to eat up ten marks for tho privilege of manufacturing Sec. 4. The business ol said corporation shall 10th day ol October, times the corn and potatoes they can tho Koch lymph, they to havo a largo begin on thebusiness for twenty-fiv- 1890, and shall year continue in share of the profits accruing from tho Sec .", 1 lie affairs ol aid corporation shall be raise."' conducted by a Hoard of Directors, composed of manufacture of the lymph. not less than five stockholders, a majority of whom For the benANkwCiiiustmasGami:. shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of Hriile Now my dear, how shall wo business. 'Said Directors shall be elected annual, efit of those who may have become tired ly by the stockholders Wo belong to manage about church? Sec. 6. The highest amount of indebtedness o of tho old fashioned games usually playliability to which this corporation shall subjee ed at Christmas, we suggest tho follow- different religious denominations, you itself shall be of the paid up capit al know. Shall I go with you, or will you stock. ing: Sec 7 She private pioneity of the shareholdGather a party on Christmas ove or go with me? ers shall be exempt from the corporate debts Groom I'll tell you how we'll fix it. Sec 8. The Hoard of Directors hall hase powearly Christmas morning, and then hunt and regulaer to make and adopt such up it lot of poor people who have no You tell your minister that you nre go- tions as they may deem proper, and by said bysuch cilices as ing to my church, and I'll tell my minis- laws may create business of saidmay be necessary Christmas dinner and give them one. corporation and to carry nil the ter that I am going to your church. Then shall prescribe the duties of same. They may The game can bo played by any numprescribo in said by laws the bonds required of ber of persons and is warranted to make wo won't bo missed and needn't go any- any or ull of said officers, and provide for the filling of vacancies in said oOkci or in the Hoard of more real enjoyment mid merriment for where. New York Weekly. Directors, nnd may prescribe the compensation for any of said officers for their services all who take part in it than any other History tells us that in Uie reign of Sec. 9. Any one ma become a mmbcr of this by subscribing lorcme ur morn shares game. New York Press. Diocletian, A. D. while ho was corporation 84-- A meeting of the stockholder! of the First National Hank will be held at their banking house in Stanford on the second Tuesday in January, l8gi, I have taken charge ! this popular hotel which i! tneijth, for the purpose of elei tins; elevand intend to run it in a first. class manner in every en Directors to serve them uni; year respect Itisbem papered and painted from 8j JOHN J NcIlOHEHTS, Cashier. top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and everything done U make it pleasant and comfortable for suest!. The table shall never be surpassed by hotels in thii section. J. II. OWENS. Harrod8burg, Kentucky. FOHJ3iSLr.E. 0- -1 in 0 -- vgtp.uisviut XrwuiMirr Chicaco"(jtT&' TO THE FXTBX.XC. 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Tho only line running solid trains with choice Pullman floudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to Jacksonville without change lor any class of passen. gers or baggage. Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur, Florence Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Shortest and quickest to Anuisten Selma, Mobile. Ducrt connections made ut NEW ORLEANS without omnibus transfer for Gttfveston Houston, Austin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Juckson and Vicksburg, Miss. , Shreveport Li., making direct connections without omnibus transfer for Dallas Fort Worth, Austin San Antoniw, El Paso and points in Sec. to. !&i?rS -- SHEMO VED! FOB, HE1TT. 41 J. T. STJTT0 CO., '!; about 12 days. nal. Call on or address A. T. NUNNELLEY, Stanford. 77.tr oa-t- f Ml &k 1 lmj&r' bM LiM ''''wjf'aytyfrrytM wwt "'VWIW,' ft 'l'iT'' MMmWi JMII, I ill. llWHi nit I H A !. K passen i ported through .Mr. Alilrio'i a resolution near Watsonville, Pa., and its .... j jjWL W" apm VrBV W iHT ucV m to shut oil" debate when ever the major- - gers were more or less seriously injured, j The Hamburg ship Libussu aud tho ' H Previous lf"ca It Stanford, Ky., DEcraniBii 25. 1890 question. !,y,is,h;ma,u,,B rtilo that pro- - British ship Talookda collided in n same and the captain aud '22 of the vnilsin the House, by which Heed and bis mob bavo been able to riilo rough- crew of the latter were drowned. Tho Taritl' Iteform Club at Now T 1 shod over the minority. Fnlcs the revHeed are York celebrated tho election in a banolutionary ruling adopted by may not bo tho anni-- mnde it cannot nuss the Senate, as the quet Tuesday night, at which all the "While it to tho bitter end. leading reformers were present. versary of the birth of Him for Whom it j democrats will A blizzard prevailed in tho North is celebrated, and in point of fact is not, Thk Louisville Times sent a Christ- West and a cyclone blow down several unless tho seasons have clumped since the glorious event, for it is the rdny inas present to the members of tho con. buildings at Akron, U., Tuesday, killing adone and wounding several other inoii. Bpell in Judea aud shepherds could hard con. in the shape of some exrellont vice, which theirt important individuals ly have been watching their ilocks by Come HUSY0NVILLE. by night on the plains, yet it has been should read and pouder. Afteronjoying We so observed for about 1,000 years, and a happy Christmas we hope tho memI'M Stagg sold last week for Bohon stock., after all it is the event that brought so bers will go buk determined to redeem Ji Stagg b'. yearling mules at $00 per Iat to great n blessing on the world that is de- themselves. It is not yet too head to Messrs. Smith, of Washington make the body memorable for some" signed to be commemorated, for which county. thing more praiseworthy than loquaone day i3 as good as another in tho nb Col. J. M. Cook is canvassing this ciousness and an effort to prolong their senco of exact data. We know from end in the interest of a reputable bind stay at Frankfort indefinitely. Bible authority that nearly 1,'00 years Co. and is busy taking options on West He thluhein of Judea, ago, in a manger in Pooh old man Spinner, whoso wonder- Knd farms. tho Virgin Mary brought forth n son, ful signature on the treasury notes will Mr. G. C. Lyon filed away lait week to Positive- Who was called J Ears, because He shall be remembered, died in Florida Tuesdiv, in his meat bouse a Berkshire shoat to save Ilia people from their sins, n Sav- where he lias been calmly awaiting tin which weighed 740 pounds. Dr. Biown .'1 to of Christior which is Chiist the Lord, and that is end. A fearlul cancer ate at his vitals declined the big turnip and directed it are-guul. No for years and finally snapped tho weak sent to Chris, that his year's supply of what makes us rejoice and be week offered, wonder the glad tidings were shouted cord that held his existence. Shoes, pork and turnip might be assured. Goods, .Molions, aloud and tho multitude of Heavenly Such as enjoy tho invariable wrung Goods Mit. 13 1. u.nk is casting many anchors lings of opposing counselors aro promishost cried "Ulorv to God in the highest, low and on earth peace, good will toward to windward for the next presidential ed a very rate entertainment for this sec, we nomination. The Behring Sea trouble tion of the country at our next inagis- fanuien !" Chrisis evidently being kept open by him to cy goods to It is this eyent that tho entire v.. .. . . Itmt'P Willi t in niv? ni'iiiviuvM. I 1 v Let us solidify the Irish vote for himself. tian world will celebrate i r ivw uuvmii iti.ru u uti utir iir.vi- iii i rv utt.yx. a see troversy about tho removal oi one 01 U't-- i do it as boJits the blessed results that Cole Carpenter's best stacks of hay. WC Sell goods yOUI'SelrCS WC'C CVCf Offered, NEWS CONDENSED have followed the redemption of a , -- Our distinguished cituen. Clint Jen- WOl'tJl US 1)Utnlj UIT Oil 111 U universeand made salvation possiFive men aie awaiting execution by ble to every man. In welcoming with a electricity at Sing Sing, New York. grower. imviUK suuii lj ipuhhu iu.iiij- Knoxvillo experienced a decided reported in the official organ of a neighglad heart tho birthday of the Savior of the world, we can apply tho blessed pre- earthquake Tuesday, but no damage was boring county, Clint rejHiiredtohis pitch cepts of Him Wiio went about doing done. where a few culls remained aud stumMary K. Jones has been appointed bled on a 12 pounder, which ho brought good, and make at least one heart hap at Meudowsville, Whitley to town. py, by some toKen oi love ciuier in wiu form of a present, or a kind word and county. Miss Julia Stagg's first common Main Street, Stanford, Ky, .If. SAJLINGICK, IMmi.'iKcr. holping hand if that is impossible. We Gov. Btickner will make a trip bfhool closd iKst week with a seiiou of can nil do something for the pleasure of around the world when his tuna of of- exercises whichwero particularly pleas others and having doue it, we will fool fice expires. ing to the palions ana especially cumuii Itouisville, is the guest of W. J. Spark. " The dead body of W. E. Wado, a tnonUry to the young teacher, the full import of the words, "It is more )1 1 1 the Neucomb "ioT.V. Mr' 1.11 11 blessed to give than to receive" niilrond man, was found at Georgetown. she has bten engaged for tho next , Decker has moved to the farm PHr- poor, Murder is suspected. So here's to everybody, even the is proof of her excellencies as a - chased of J. M. Cook and the latter has subscriber, and miserable delinquent William, nou of Thomas Homy, of s well m the merited high coinmendumoved to Pleasant Valley. Tbe little WI- WILL RKTIRK FROM may all of. us enjoy as merry a Christmas Mercer, was killed bv the team he was tions of our sagacious superintendent. THK MIJRCANTILK HUSINKSs and as happy a Sow Year as by our driving running away. Young Gooch, of Millodgeville, folks enjoyed u Chrietmaa tree at the Mr. Win. in Stanford, and now extend to our friends and patrons bur kindest eve mug. deeds of love and kindness we limy deTwelve school girls crossing Lake whose back was tiddled with biickciiot1 . was here from Middlesboro Moil- serve. Scienter, in Holsloin, on the ice, wero by one of a piw of otikcrs last spring, Hicks thanks for their jwtronage, which has been highly appreciated. Hwi dav. Mr. U. II. Joplin is in ..from hit! , was in town hor&elmck Monday. drowned by it giving away. . ... .ii-That Cleveland is the choice of a large The government testd a 30 foot rif- recovery is as wonderful to the surgical tarvoying pany oihtiuuik in u.y conn- Our books will be found at the old stand and we ask a prompt remit majority of the democrats for the ' gun at Sandv Hook Monday and it woild as is Kociiine to the medical. Hy r- " nomination in KStr2 is so settled a led tance from those who are indebted to us. Very respectfully, GRAB ORCHARD. shells 15 miles out to sea. overcoat he had on when wore the who lefuso to threw fact that none but those Holert Gregory wns ambushed tiiul wounded and a section including the! giiixla for sale at cott i HJ nllVr my see are blind enough to gainsay it. Some in Clay county by a son of Tom buckshot perforations would make u . ti, ,.it hi !mh. Mrs. II. 1. SU-agricultural papers hae been feeling the killed Woods, the man he killed recently. splendid sieve. ger. popular pulse on the subject by sending ' Mary Anderson, now Mrs. Navarro, Miss Liutio Moore is visiting rola Hundley McClure was running be r v out postals, asking a vote on the quesagain. The sto Uvea at Springfield Miases Dollio Cab- - nt the (iitillerv last week and thto week is on her native heath tion, and out of 110,000 answers received ry of the prospective baby seems to bo bell and Julia Sugg aro visiting at Leba he is running whisky in town. j from all parts of the country, Cleveland untrue. non. Mr. Kdciiu Powell has just returnBorn, to the wife of W. M.' Tborop-was the choice of 71,7S7, Hill 17,1 IS with Mr. Long, a consumptive who went ed from an extended vb.it to friends in girl. Major will Bin, a fine the rest scattering. This is about the from Philadelphia to Berlin to be treated Adair ai'd Cumberland counties. Mr. hive something to piny with now. May proportion all over tho country, if indeed IValer In system, died, after six in- Wm. Land, one of our West End boje, it Im to them u source of much pleasure. it is not greater. On the other hand by the Kochhemorrhage. who has been away tho jmst 11 years, is A vacent dwelling belonging to Col. AND Blaine eeeins to be the choice of the re- jections, of The U. S. Supreme Court has decid- visiting his father, Kq. Perrv Lund, Jilin HuchaiiHn, near the cemetery, from as he received 39,209 votes, publicans GlfistiWH.ro, Tinwnro, &o. wife of a Mormon is not a near Moreland. Will is a handsome and which a colored family had moved a few Harrison :U,013and Busk 20,740, scatter- ed that the competent witness against her husband wealthy young cattle rancher of Utah, diys before, whs burned Sunday night. Has on hand refresh supply of canned goods ol evciy description, ing 10,90:1. where polygamy in charged. but too remote from Slt Lake City to It produced a huge bliiao and created mneenroni. beans, prunes and in fact everything found in fa C. C. Chrisnmn, a farmer of Madison have Imbibed largely the Morman dog- quite an excitement. A Bai.ti.mohk shnrper has just worked Supposed to be grocery. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, reverend Senators in a county, has made an assignment caused mas. Prof. John Ritl'e is oil" on a prosthe grave antl the work of an incendiary. way they despise. His plan was to write by security debts, among them one of pecting tour and it is not impiolxible Give my Nudnvenc, something new. Prof Smith's school closedWodneg-chy- . raisins, Sfc, in great variety. each n letter telling him that ho had $5,000 for Tom Ross, the absconding tra- that this end will soon lose another of His second term will bgin Janua- a trial. named his first born for him, because of der. her best bovs. Les Reid is up frim.i ry 5. Hobovb Ids prospects are verv The wife of Jonathan Gruhh, a your town to spend the holidays with bis admiration for his distinguished serhad ll ittering for a full school. II farmer of Anderson, eloped GO TO. vices to the couutiy, and wind up by Billy Weatherford whs the anointed. one for tha best writei two prW, Senator buy five tickets with a man GO years old and took $111,000 down from Richmond lat week, but and one for tho one who has improved asking that the at SI each for a benefit performance for of Grubbs' money with her. like the model older brother he Iihs alin writing. Thopiix'S are draw-int4lbki At Washington Court House, O., ways been, foregoes a Christmas at home mostof tho father, who had suflered a broken the professor. Master Wado Pi r John Kinney fatally shot Klin Levick, that George may enjoy a holiday at IIus kuib received the one for best penmanleg. Every man butone responded with a V and that one would also have sent because he thought she danced too much touville. ship and Miss Annie Sielar for improve-meti- L his if tho snap hadn't worked out. The with another young man at a ball the We congratulate the professor on TOK- MT. VERNON, HOUKGASTLE GOUNTY. old boys will fight shy of namesakes af- night before. he has had. Lie tjUO't-DPat Fahey and Cornelius Sullivan ter tltis. The number of Christmas jags arMr. T. G. Adams, of Wiiliamatown, quarreled in Lexington over the Parnell riving is not up to the average. and Mias bailie Hutchinann, of The president has appointed Henry B. situation. Fahey struck Sullivan with Your scribe i in receipt of a life weie united in tho holy !onds of Brown, of Michigan, to fill the vacancy an axe handle and Sullivan cut Fahey 's size portrait of himself; presented by his wedlock, at her father's house. She stop For Canned Fruits. Vegetables ami Meats of all kinds, Cream Cheese on tho Supremo Court bench, caused by throat and stabbed him to the heart. bettor half. ped or! at Crab Orchard, Hrcompeiiied by Cracker. Maccaroni, Tickles. rfWny, Sauces, Olives, Mince Meat Tho Federal district court has the death of Judge Miller. To say that are on a her sister, Mis Susie Hutchinson, and til The miners at Pino l'uddinc, Dried Fruits, Prunes, Raiwns, Currants, Nuts and Candies. one does not know Mr. Bro.vn may be to a new trial to Gen. P. J. Classen, V more' than president and wrecker of the Six'h Nu- - strike. Can't learn what they are strik Mioses Ida hkirvin and Uxaie llerroii, argue oneself unknown, but ing for, tlioiiKh it is believed it is on hc aud his brother, II. P. Adams, and Mess- Also plain and fancy Glass and Queenswnre, and Lanterns of V2,000,000 people in this broad laud are tionai uanK, .ew l one. ine penalty is count of high i.ouse rents. rs. Frank, Thompson and Melviu. They every description. in the same boat that we are. Mr. Brown ten years' imprisonment and S5.000 line. It may appear a little strange to stopped at the Gover House, where a England doesn't have much senti- those unacquainted with the ways of may bo n great man and may be able to He is now receiving and opening the largest and finest stock of II ol tine dinner was royally served them. redeem Michigan in 1S02, but he has so ment in cases of murder. Mary Kleanor the telegraph when told that when a Alex Beazley sold on Tuesday two day Goods and Toys ever brought to this market. far carried his candle under a bushel in- Wheeler, alias Mrs. Pearcey, was hanged person living at Wldie, a little station hoisesatsfVviand $120; 8 cows from $18 pet .on a hill. stead of being like a city at Loudon Tuesday morning for the five miles from here, desiring to scud a to $:'.0; 10 calves from $10.o0 to $25; 10 murder of Mrs. Phoebe Hogg and her message to thi place, has his dispatch hogs at : cents; 1,000 pounds of tobacco I.f,soutio.N8 bavo been intioduced in infant child. first sent to Paris, tlienco to Cincinnati at cents; KH) barrels of corn at $2 10 in both branches of Congress to investigate James A. Wallace, tho defaulting murder of Sitting Bull, for murder it cishier of the Bank of Hopkiusville,who and Iouisville, making a circuit of it0 the crib; 50 bushels oats at 111 cents; the wheat at S5 cents; 20 head of sheep at Beems to have been, of the most brutal disippeared seven years ago, died in miles to reach its destination. Watch Inspector L. & X. R. R., dealer in- At Brush Creen, nine miks east of $1.20; 8 mule colts at f 15. Sam Q. Govcharacter. There never was anything N w Orleans, after a brief illness, of inMt. Vernon, on Friday evening, o per- er, of Somerset, sold to R. II. Bronaugh mwfii of tho Indians. in tho alleged fluenza, aged 00 years. Tho amount of mules for$:!00 and Govsons wore wounded in a general row. a pair of Tho scare was simply gotten no for ef the defalcation was .30,000. Jack Baker received a ball in tho left er bought of Bronaugh his jack for some army officers and feet, to benefit Col. Win. Sharp, of Clark county, help the efibrt to have tho standing ar- died in a peculiar way. A small blister breast, ranging upward and lodging nu $550 Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. Mrs. F. M. Snowden, of Three Forks der his shoulder blade; Andy Mason had my increased. appeared on one of his toes, which his wrist shuttered from a ball, a son of City, and J. M. Snowden and daughter, SftWclifiS n swelled aud turned black, allecting other pcrinltj). CoNOiinssMBN are jealous of the allowMason hud a furrow plowed across his of Jackson, aro tho guests of Mr. W. S. clerks, while they toes on the same foot. Mortification head just over tho left ear; John Anglin Thompson. Mr. S. is thinking of ance to Senators for I will take old gold or silver in exchange for j;ocds. (Stanford, Ky.) have none, so they voted to strike the and blooJ poisoning followed with fatal a similar wound and Anglin'd ing here. Andy Thompson has come result. appropriation for them from the urgency It is said that Senator Butler will wife was shot in the back. How the homo to spotid Christmas. Miss Birdie deficiency bill, but the old fellows sjit forward a joint resolution to the Senate, tight came up no one has been able to Martin, of Maretsburg, is tho guest of down hard on the proposition to curtail depriving tho negio of his right to vote, learn. All the parties aro related by Mrs. T. J. Chadwick. Mr. Robert L. tho rights that have been voted them thereby reducing southern lepiesenta-tio- n uiarriaee to each other. Sheriff Jones' G illier. of Huntsville. Ala , formerly of without warrant and without excuse, in Congress. It is intended as a went to the scene but Baker and Mason, this place, arrived Sunday. Miss Xellie except to raid the treasury bhiil'to see what tho republicans will do the originators of tho row had fled the Yantis leaves Friday in Atlanta, un. county. J. 0. Brooks is at homo for Christmas in tho matter. 0. M. Clay, president of the con. con , Dr. Brown, of Parksville, was hero Mrs. Ei.i Carson has returned from Near Mt. Lebuion Sunday night, Ow opened bis canvass for governor at Taylor shot Conrad Hargor in the dining tho week. Mr. Juckon Conn is Stanford, aflnr about one month'n stay ensboro Monday by making a speech, John Harbor, Texas, and doing a with bur sister, Mrs. llainscy. Hurve which was characterized by good sound abdomen, the ball pasiug through his at Aransas line. Davis has returned from Illinois, where body. He died in one hour. Taylor thriving business in the real ydempcratie doctrine throughout. Ho is helped to carry bis victim into a house Mr. K. T. Fish will go to Aransas Harbor, ho has b "n for several months. Miss going to make a pretty formidable can tho first of the year. Miss Susie Sallie Flora and her brother, John, of didato aud tho Hon. John Young Brown, near by, and claimed that he thought he Texas, is spending the holidays in Lex- Halo's Well, nro tho guests of MisseH for and was shooting at Bert Cobb. Brown will find him consil- rably in his way. Misses Florello Brown and Bes- Mary and Kato Curtis. Misnes Virgie Robert Hern, a farmer of Montgom- ington. "Caxtorl Uno Cafttorla enrol Colle, Ooiutlpntlon, PARNEMi'scaiidMaK' for a seat in the ery county, 0., signed an order for $5 sie McCluroaio visiting Parksville. Col. Warrcrand Itito Liwson, of Preachers-ville- , I recommenda It well adapW to children tliat Sour bummch, DUirrha-ft- . Kniclatlon, as superior to any prescription KI1U Wonui, civui ilwp, and promotiti dl- left this week for tho West, Misd known to ino." of Commons was defeated in the to pay for new tips for his lightning rods. It. G. Williams is at homo from Centre House H. A. Ancuin, M. D pent Ion, Ne11 So. Oxford St., Urooklyn, N. Y, Wltiiout Injurious medication. election Monday Jjsjagig,""" Pope It was turned into a $500 note and he College. Little Bessie Poynter is quite Virgio to Missouri and Miss Kate to is recoyering braska, whero thoy will spend tho winwhich had to pay $200 to compromise. Be- jll. Mrs. F. L. Thompson Hennessy, tho, antiParnellite, Thk Ci.TjU-i- i Compint, 71 Jlurrnjr Street, N. Y. Klders Tobias ter. Mr. Joseph McCall, of Itoukcastle, to retire .Urs.TShea's paramour ware of signing your name to anything from a severe illness. seems Elliott preached was down Tuesday to boo his brother-in-lafrom tho leadership, a result which will for a stranger, especially if he is even re- Huffaker and Milton Mr. Iko Herrin. motely connected with a lightning rod. hero Sunday. Mr. Win. Glazebrook, of regretted. '4 ' not be greatly I5S Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal1 Thk Senate committee on rules has ! re- A passenger train jumped the truck I A i mid-ocea- W. to-da- I. WALTON. 1 BIftGfliN I1J TTC 1 l ! iit-l- it OFFERINGS. o V and, lake advantage of our Holiday Offerings, Big money values Christmas. Serviceable callings from every depdrtm cat. for have the the store and prices that do the business. GRAND ASSORTMENT ! to-da- sin-curs- ed Trunks and Carpet Department. Recognizing the fact that Ilnlidau are of no value out of the Holiday season, and. that prices on goods that are in great demand are always' appreciated have cat prices on all figures that will insure the sale of every article of that class in ... .111 lit rii a dire us can ana for chcupt'' than that ill this town, possible, r9 there fimj ns dollars' few days left, - 0 numberless and appropriate things in oar stock rhoose from. ly money in your pocket bay yoar Holiday Presents here. Our low prices re yoa still undecided what are the talk the town. buy for you note from our miscellaneous menu of bargains make a mas.' If this Boots, Dry in oar Clothing, Fauci J post-mast- er THE LOUISVILLE AT tlGF - STORE X, Bb..,o. i nomst U i 3PV J lj J ... court-hous- e l.-- . . presi-denti- nl HIGGINS & McKINNEY. - 1 J. VV. RAMSEY; GROCERIES HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE first-claT- s d well-to-d- o s A. "Model Grocery" WARREN'S Ittod-ben- HOLIDAY n GOODS. 1 1 j ! ROBERT FENZEL, AND up-risin- d IMTGHES. iiLOCKS MEWFLRY m local-receive- d - 'Infants Children. 1 w. " N rut .V'.!T"gg tl...4 flf. Jl'fi j ,' ft'r.,i-A..t).- T 4.. Ju, lu' , ,f,.v ,.,,,. trrii vlA . . JUA. - L i Jk l. -t- iM n j ?fc. l J Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal ICv , Holiday Goodh nt A. A. Warren's. Hohn, to tliu wife of S. K. Cook,- - a pound Rirl. Stanford, J)i:riMiinu 25 ,181)0 SVve con fossions were taken nt tho Hint A. K. Penny iwim forced to order RaptNl chinch on Wednesdny livening U.O.WALTON.BUH.MlinnROr more by tetegram on Friday nnd they In Men's, Ladies' and Children's. Do Vou Want a Diamo.ni, or making a and then were nine hipti-nns- , tho jewelry lino, at actual nrrived Saturday. Now is thu time to in total oi .18 as a result of tho recent buy ut coht. MEAKS DUSWESS. cost? If ho, go to V. 11. McUoburts'. rnctcd meeting there. Wincheste Gov. Givi.va' K.virn. Tho I.oulsvill DANOKitoim. Sun Cheap candy is unKvkuyiiody invited to call nt A. It. healthy. Go buy the of Many Methodists throughoiight the pun', reconimon-du- d papirh are full of sensational ie)orts Ilarnmn, a entire world will celebrate the ROth anH. MeUol)- - tliu severe cutting of Archer by physicians, from K. Vr. Cuflfc, Penny's and examine hisutnek of bonutl-fi- ll orts. young railroad contractor, by Gov. Jus. niversary o! the death of John Wesley, . G. Given, formerly of this county. The whodifdal 10 o'clock the morning of Otnt business manager acknowledges trouble seems to have grown out of the niul useful holiday prenentH. March 1, I7l. The Louisville Methowith thanks an invitation to nttontl a re fact that Mr. Given had used for collatdists Imve the Auditorium in ception given by lion, and Mibs limine eral a note for $1,(HX) owned jointly by which PERSOMAL POINTS. to celebrate the event. Garrard, at .Manchester, this wiling. the two. There had been some talk of -- Rev. M. II. Wells of Owensboro, fathII. IIklm, of l'inoville, font home. nnd er of Miss Rriicoe, who recently married an at- McOi.miy iH null-ti- n Tiiosk knowing thuiiiHulvcM indebted rather a disparaging niitiiro about it Mn. J. C. give him a Mr. R. M. I!r.eal, has bought n controllto mo will greatly onlige me by coming the governor got llarman to hirk of malarial fever. written tAutoinont that he, Givens, hud ing interest iu thu Aliihamii Christian I need the money o his forward and nettling. Mit. ILL'. Fa hum in oonflnud In 4 Ties, Puffs and Bows, Mufflers Silk and Woolen, llariiMU Advocate and placed his son in lnw in and miiht cloeo up my buniness. W. It. acted straight in the matter. room with a lung trouble. but it seems that charge of the hunitiess management. wrote the statement, ' Tiioh. T. Lack by, of Klhtabuthtown, is Mcl'hurson. the governor was iiotsatistled, nnd when The Inquirer Kayi that Mr. Wells will Iim liDinefolks. liere visiting . commenied umur it he left he followed him with a knife and continue at Owensborn. Tiik I.. & Du. C. A. Co. has been adiuittud to double track iih far hh Slicpperdnville exclaiming "Vou have ruined me" gave -- I'he SdvMtiun Army now publishes tho noble army of puiiMouvrs. AT- Monday, nnd now nil train "no to tho him three stabs iu the neck, head and in 15 languages; preaches in !i0 languat!-o- s; Miss I.iitik Hkazi.ky went to ritjlit" ami no tiiuo in lout then for meet- cheek. llarman managed to get (Jiveiis nfiipi8 :tl countries; lias 8JW out-jostyesterday to visit friends. ing puilltH. down by this time or lie would linve un 2.S7I hociuties or corps; 11,110 offiDit. It. C. Moikh.n Iiiih gonu to spend a m doubtedly been killed. Tho men haw cers; i.i.tKH) non coiiiniifinioned ofllcers; Valley. friund-iu 0vt week or no with Tiik three Middlesboro coiinclbnen, been great friends and Harinan says In $fif)0,000 worth of literature, etc.; Da. A. .S. l'lius went to ljineastor who were reipientml by a mnstj im eting himlet (iivens have over $S,000, which It uuniially collects invi'Htmentfl. rday to take Christmas dinner with to resign, have not done so, but if the ho Mill owes him. Tho stringency In yistt S'lJoiVOl), nnd circulates erh year 87,-- I -Hhalf that in told is true they ought to lte tho money market, thu collapse of mail) lu. Mother. K),tt0() copies of variniis publieations. Tim thieo Wills, Groin, Ilurton and kicked out. and what of Uov. Givens' Mr. Alexander Cninplxdl Thompson, MinnUs, and Carroll I'.alloy ru up from of a boaid of directors for he regarded as the duplicity of u friend gnind mid nt tho great reformer, must be Kiri " i fc v.' 11 As election ': Ant-i,rnvw Cent re College. tho Lincoln County Building mul Ssv-in- g seem to have driven him to dospera a very wrsatilo young fellow. As a socie IP J2-sXs t-- V ti 4o M. llt'nitAi(i) left yesterday s I'i... J. 1 SMWsaaMasssBSsstuBSsjMaMkBBSSUBSBwi O&AC SLtf&S AHiociHtiou will he held at the onVc tion. ty man, a country editor, a city jonrnul-is- t iiinriiliig for tit. 1Oiiin to spend a few of Xffurctiiry A. A. Warren on .Saturday, bridegroom he has and a MATKIMONIAL MATTERS. davH with his son. figured within the Inst six moi'ths and Is Receiving His Ji.i. Jo.siw. Will Ijickov and .losse next, Dec. --Tth. General Lunch nnd Miss Janu Sims now comes the announcement by tho aro nt Weaieii, of Central University, Kim.hu. An extro freight train Htruck weie married at the bride's mother's, at 1iuisvilie Critic that he has decided to l.i'ine for the holiday. Frank Durham, who wan lying on the Tuoedny. enter thu ministry of tho Christian Du. T. J. Hoiiun, our IhiBtonvillu truck near Sinks, in Hockcttlo, cutting A Fort Wayne lover shot his sweetand a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give htm a call. Church nnd is making preparations toho-- : Goods Wan-antem nbe. in Maudlin a few days with hie his bend okii and killing him iiibtsntly heart and then killed himself hocuutc gill lllH Mllllll-' T. J. Filter. Ilo was iutuxiniteil. alio wouldn't mnrry him. Mil. K. It. Jokkh and son, I5d, went up a r si.vk. J. .'. MK.VEFKE. James iW. JUntin and Miss Alii u FOR FARMERS AND TRADERS. Tin tre)tH wero tilled with poople Cutmnius, both of Highland, will celetci 1'uievilji Tuesday to mhimI a few iIhvh lmying ChrifetmnH tricks yesterday. XuU v i!i herduslitur,..Mrs. O. V. Utey. .Tim (Sentry poI.I to I). :.". l'rewitt 8 by joining heart and hand brate to-dMks. r C. Trieiicaht, Mm Mry My- witlihUnding the hard tinieu the (at "t 2J cent. and ILlI.Cuah.ii widower of tell iih that tmde in such thiujih ers and Mil. Illiml, of Mllkrvlxtr. Fe-in- alf A. T. llunn bought of G. M. Givens Mr. Mattio Ross, a hAiiilsoiiiu widow of Um been uuiiciially lively. nru gtMiits at Mr. i. 8. A combined gelding for $22."i. Tne best selected stock and lowest pfices in Central Kentucky. '20. obtained license yesterday and will St l f.miii twinuia UMru 1.nrti..1 THCAT.-MisM.il to-dA Cettiu Tbiiruioiiil be married nt the Turiierevllle ' LVM35EI1, who hiw dentil in a etitbltt ut Fort Wayne, Ind. nd Alius Stuart, torchere of the public church. A fi!tj C22I3LXWG, L. rinbbJo lwiisht of U. Ir. Hob- viMitiiiicbrBiurl Mkat lHri -i- t. large n timber of pn Mariinite license were isswd yester yt-- school, atrailed their r nil to her tioiDM at rirudht-SSIINGX.ZSS, ESLIND'S, inaon a lot of old fat cattle at 2 j m)s to box of csiidy rach yesterday day to l. G. Stephens towed Mies Alice ter i.iv. nd netit theui home for the holiilays Ouokatthe bride's father's, iioar High- els. Verandah and Slairv. ork at citv prices , i Dmiimas mmI Annie I In rut very Mm An-m-r land, y. happy. aro at tholr reapuctJro f the Collets, AIhi,coo, RBnM-JVin-fiPen-- ? tTiTPJiC WSIM ETAJ ttAfSttST ?. Q! "Mr. 1 r wlv f.r markK. AleltotK-rt-- The Woodford Stm say uni o u.l lWvilhj.lortt.tt Distillkhy. Measm. Janm Carter h..tiien, IMrlx.urvilU of Lincoln county, an.i helby t'lty, Ky. Shelby Tevls, Hioiiknt cash prlco paid for hides and fnra nt M. F. Kllriii .c Go's. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Foil I'."r. Tlio property now occupied by Dr. J. K. VanArmlalt. in StanRev. John Rell CilHon will prvnch ford, Ky. I'ossohaIoii given .Janunry 1. on "Spiritualism a Fulfillment of the das. T. Cniig, Agent, Hitstonvillo, Ky. Prophny," nt th Cliristlrtii church on LbJInliu 1 I Wn R IN Watch us have been selling bo rapidly Sunday morning. ;IHats and Dress Shirts, & eollnrs and -- Yooien Shirts, Gloves, a New Line Neckwear, d 5xUNKS AND VALISES, TR STAGG & JMEcRiOBERTS5. .4,RUPLBY ftH .1 eiit-rprh- ea, A(rrt$fr - pro-ipctiv- e m m FALL AND WINTER GOODS. iner-cbsit- ., j l'illp, Stanford Lumber Yard, " SASH, ROOR5, M;-e- rs MiMiyTiitt, bn Tlint, d ay tt' FLOORING, to-da- .,,,.. a SITING, j h .n.iti)t. V H -- J. K and M. S, llanehninn and Henry Hester are building a larwt .Mil Sallie Johnstone, of thisconnty, will Wc carry a full stock of everything found in a li NACNittti.it CAitrntcix, who it nt- whisky dmtillery on Itnsh Britnch, near of T. B. Briithta bay colt by Woodfind ba married early in February." We o ptwwd up the property owned by Mr. lilijah tending in lxington, fori'M) TM.-&.I. congratulato "Shel'' and will W iwidfcirrl Sun r -- Tin I nml.iy to hMtil Christ tutu with her p ts ales of sill be ready for business in a him into the noble army of Henedicta. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract month or two. rei.UiMl lluck Ci.lhr fir in cattle at tj nud. The marriage of Mr. Wallace SSieelt- - 102 head of :.iiihIL N l n NkLt.Ki . who id connect- 17 of 1,500 pounds nt 3). for building SINK & MENKFKE, Stanford, Ky. Island hunmj seonss to ami Miss Clam Woodford, which occui-re- d Co., .1 MMH el nitli the W root-li-t Iron in Vernon county, Mo., hundreds of June 5th and was solemnised b phyl ti.Uw-l- out. Hev. Geo. W. horses are dyinu with an epidemic has 7 iwmiiii .mm Squire Reaaley at Abenieen, where jiict a urn thiiiu like the colic. ) for sidling the greatest nura- pnz- - ol the fl no it been made public at Paris, ' lrplniito uiontha. 1. r of ruiiKra ltlii tit- Iifl! ridded On Jiuni Owens' flock of young people stand very highlv, and it nnoui-etiiutiiu jwseoi itn F.mmv Ukbius, of hlmwooil l Bhep Tucj'dny and killed a half dozen, has created somewhat of a sensation. Mdly vinsioniiry M'heme. 1 .e, Ohio, Klhel IVirio.of InihniiHpolis, Miss Delia C. Rail, the pretty daugh- while a liirue number uere tartly hint. CORKER SOMERSET ANO MAIM STP.EETS. nnd Lillie Itouldeii, ol Millerbur, utrio There wero 800 cuttle on the Win TurHK is no tloubt about Mr. Harm' ter of Mr. George Rail, of Junction City, cfbeauties, arrival yustnnlny and will urgent appeal for aid. Iu a letter to wusniHrriod Monday iu tho Catholic cluster market with sales at 15.10 to 3 20. be tin- gueeM of Miss ItewHe Held during the Ivoxiugton Press he makes almost u church nt Danville, to Mr. M. J. Mnhcr, IVicis ruled 10 to 15 ccntd n hundred Sugar, Molasses, Syrups, Honey, Coffee, Tea, the holidays. pitiful plea for his friends to send him of Louisville. Tho newly married couple hiiur than t court. Meal, Lard, Flour, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Salt, Mn. T. It. Walton arrived yesterday money with which to pay thu ubsolute left for Iu remitting for his snuMiription where they will re from Hot .Springs, where he has been ucccteitiurt that his condition demands. side. The attendants wero Mr. J. K nnotleryeur, Mr. 11. N. Ware, of FARSKACEOUS GttODS: taking the Iwths with the hope of curing couiitv, write..: Tie Iamb crop Turner and Miss Lizzie Hocker. Tiik cold wave predicted foryestertlay will spend the Christ-mathe caturrli, an.l Maccaroni, Cheese, Flavoring Extracts, Invitations have been received to or next year bus ben eiitniKed ut ot to Spices, with his brothers, who are glad to did not fully muterialixe, though there marriage of Mr. Renjatnin II. Ridge b cts. I have unpicef 100 fal butts for the Prunes, Citron, Raisins, Figs, Currants, wns a considerable, fall iu the tempera ce him apparently considerably ly to Miss Kate Kwing K.iches, at Culvu SepbinlMr delivery next year ut 1J ct Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, Mall Lamps, Full turo. The prospect now is that thu good ry church, Ix)iiisville, Jan. fith ut 0 Tliirt year have sold ?1,I00 wonh of Parlor and Mit. II. H. Dank, tho clever gentle- weather will Inst over Christiniis and o'clock. The couple will leave nt once iuni and Ouccnsware and Tinware. ril of my farm. man who has tilled with credit tho por- that we shall enjoy a brigiit and bracing for a southern trip. Mr. Ridgely iB edi. it HiSLHBXN-It is n ureal mistake to miiiom. tion of iuweler at W. 15. McltobcrU.'. dnv. Sunday Truth and counts bin tor of the leaveH January ImU He goes to Philaare no root to the Chrictuuii trie. M. I. Ronnie friends by the legion, while Miss Kuches there Witiioi'T a LicB.vaB.-D- r. delphia, where he will bu nil instructor While many brilit things faih ttn love1 wns arrested yestertlay on a charge of is said to he beautiful both iu cbaractei holidays, with it t id of tho in the American I lorolojzical Institute selling lire crackers without the ncces-mir- y and per?om inurt of "l'eace; jood will for ill'," will nut to which place he will take the gticd license of 5"') SniMSor 10 cases Gen. Rerdan proposes a solution of tin exint as lone as the firmament hots. w.shcBof tUe many friends made during were found agdnst him for which he the silver coinage problem which isstin-planil far Clifistmas tre roots are Ills stay of little more than a your. will be tried Saturday. The doctor does and novel. It is a silver coin of the roachinu, nnd nlthouii it branches Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass,Wall Thin dispatch from Washington will not believe in license high or low, blithe , piece, with u plug of bloKom lint once a mm, that which has u t r st the young people of this icini-ty- profestios to believe in prohibition, and sue of a Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, gold in the centre, raising its value to put forth leaves for ccntuiies is far from when who met the two young ladies this was intended to be the result when Sl.with u rim around the plug like that Jewelry and Silvervare. ti.i v u.itct the Mimmv. Ahtirn lnt snui- n rootless plant or. i inni:liiuil cntom. was fixed at the high figure. on the periphery, to distinguish it from Pearson, of Harrods-ptirg- . the license incr. Miss Amelia piece even in the ordinary NKW AIlVKUTISKMBVr. A cot'1'i.K of very liuudhouie and ex an who is sal to Ik one of the most dnrk. That would get rid of tho weigh, ss puno have been b atitiful oiing viiuueii froui thu tremely sweet-toneRailroad Tho sinallnes? ot region, is the guest of Miss Jane purcha-'e'recently by Prof. Hubbard, of of thosilver dollar and tho Faulkner, the College, and this connected witli the the gold one, nnd to a limited extent hi 3 o laulkner, daughter id Senator "2 is" o uietallisin would be a certain success. 0Q of West Virginia, who will make her fact that his instructor in that line is an K KOWI.AND, KY.. o m 3 society early in January. in artist of rare ability, makcH Feiualo o-If the republicans of the Senate defeat Donlors in G rocorios, Gonornl Mor- n n chtuiiliso, &c, here unsurpassed in this section as the bill which has been introduced in o. O CITY AND VICINITY. Imp "f uooit u school of music. The other departo j: .2 the House reducing tho pentsion attor- Invite ar lniirciiiin nf tin ronn- i;n( nee iiThejr fcr cih and the lhat were 'otter liwurc than thoc whodoa Am. kinds of produce wanted. A. T. ments urucqiiatly as well equipped nnd ney's fee for obtaining an increase of lieoiifrll.it SI O 2 . lonis crcd't Kiine. Ilr ilmirt a hare of nir o in$Nuniielley. P it is not strange that that as it has been intiniaU d jiatninrr. pri.n'-lngood f o.d at thotowett liv- pension to a VI stitution is enjoying the most successful tlioy would, they will show that it Un't ins prices I oitkii ul cost my entire stock of full scholastic year it hns for a decade. the poor soldier whom they love, but the O hats. Mrs. Kate Klkin. P o o g c avaricious pensiou shark, who can aln SALE OF PERSONALTY.! O c. 2 A Vkaukul Mistakk. Just this side ways he put down for a liberal campaign Lost in Rowland. A Knights - . No. '2'. J. W. Rom contribution, and who is responsible for A reward will bo paid if loft of South Louisville, CL & conductor and Phil Soden engineer, ran almost all the frauds practiced upon the A Admnililr.ttor of I' C Coffev, deed. I will a' V cd . this otllce. at v; over and killed Miss Virginia VunArs-dale- . pension o lice. liii lte rcsiilrni , ncu tilt Crab Orchard pill, about o miles fro.n Stanford, on w o Tiik doctors say that our candies aro She was on her way to school and u B 3 There cm bo but one satisfactory satfree from drugs. Wo don't ban-dl- when Mr. Soden llrst saw her she was entirely SqIj T4 isfactory to honest people solution of worm candy. K. S. Myers. walking on the track that had previousSell pubhily the perxoniil prflpm of which he' J 8. WELLS, Ph. G. ProBO.Olk. tho pension ollico muddlu at WashingB. H. DANKS, Joweler, died posjeel, conilillng pnnc.j ally ut well as jewolrv will ly been used by all trains. Tho road Homday goods us id tho removal oi Commiston and that 4 M'lk ToIInrr, i vearlint Mul, ftiu'lv hredCow 3 and on until fur- bad just commenced, to uso the new sioner luiuin. Ho may bo an honust bo sold at coat old Caltl,3 yearling., double track and the train being on that W. U. McRoberts. IiocL of llu'l, I Calves, lihout 40 Ho, 3m ther notice. STANFORD, Ky. so bis judgment is faulty in 'un Street, Opp 7 Mackiol the engineer did not think of danger to man, but if entirely too much so for Fodder,Corn, about Tun t'i el.ll'. When of ' ti.irrt'l llut! of is btui 15uildiiig& Loan her. Rntit seems she thiuiglit she wns the extreme, Tiik Lincoln County hold and K'i hen r nr ntuc, cmj It'e ol farm-inImplettit ni irrliii'.ii k "' 'Vm ot Oil the wrong track and when the en- him to he burdened with the responsia .... iu'mii will issue a new you kuc7 You fed tired--D- o .. u as bo V nd K.ik .1. Ittnt.i li il ul. r . li in hand 'Ul. A. A. Warren, Secreta- - gine was in about 50 'feet of her, she bilities of 30 important position I r " cn aro ner. ul what it 1111 ana'-stock Jan. 1, t f t ov. r t hi cr '"'tin stepped across iu front of it and almost now holds. vous Why? You cough iu the 1 ere v. ui rV te rt t' in 'Hie , 1' J tl morning Do you realize tho cause: before Mr. Soden could see her, tho pon Tiik McUmkxys. It was our pleasure is a legal holiday, but Mrs Your nppet ite is poor What mnketa will derous machine hail struck tier ju tohearthishighlygitted family last night. Courts tells us that tho fenr of successful contradiction it S'j ? You seem liko n changeil y nrrivnl of thrown her miiiii distance. Sue VsVsssfftlH jS w be openud an hotirafter each alivo when picked up, but died jierson to your friends Do you enture the assertion tluit they nr- the mulls. know what is tho matter, or has afturwnrds. Her back was broken and tho most remarkable musical goniusen, o Undeutakeu Mack Hifcman furnish-- she wns otherwise injured, though theio it u family, the world cm produce. The f tho chnngo been so gradual it has inTo blame viisatility is astonishing. n couple of Collins Tuesday for escaped your notice ? Lexington was no abrasion of the skin. Mob-orlobtained. Mid all 1 Caveats, and fants. One tor the ishlid of W. A. whatever can attack to Mr. Soden, tho' I'nt-s- . You have Consumption i hudnesia conducted for Moderate Fees. In Stanford January S. and tboo'her for thu Our Office Is Opposite U.S. Patent Office, ho feels deep regret over tho fact that he and wo can (crura patent In less time than thote Wo do not say this to frighten boy of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Spratt. was even in n remote way connected from An cxchiiugo says truthfully: "Ewrv remoto model,WashlnRton. photo., vrltn descripaibcaso- - iitero drawing or Send with such u tragedy. Miss VanArbdale column of a ninMmpur contains froii tion. We advise. If patentable or uot, free ol you, but it is true. Theso aro tho auro Byniptoins of this terrible Duncan Clahk's Company of female is is one thing which will check it and that cbarpc. Our fee not duo till patent U secured. 17 years of age and both l'J.tKX) to 'JO.OOO distinct pieces of metal burlcBquera, traveling i" their own pala-tin- l was about A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain l'atents," with bandsomo and intelligent. Her sad end ami tho displacement of any ono names of actual clients In your State, county, or Pullman car, will reach ua Jan. 5th, or a typographicwould cause drives nil hopes of n happy Christmas al error. And blunder people lay claim town, sent free. Address, It U recommended by the best pbyilclant In Kurope and America. yetsotnu wheu an cntortaininuut will bo givun & ceaU, SO ceaU sad ll.OM er Battle. n j;lnd tho hearts of those rom the family of which she was both remarkable stnartnees if they discover to tbnt will make W. H. HOOKER & CO.. 46 Wea Broadway, Now York. Office, Washington, D. C. newspaper." ornament. Opposltt Patent favorite nud un au error in a who attend. With-eraanweli-oine i i7ai:utautuj ti ui vvu vt.tt ti - vt AT ua -- (.ituu FIRST CXi5.SS II LUMBER 1,000-poun- rimiiibl y. J 1 y lt 'WP tr " i .I j r Fine and Staple Groceries, - l.--- 'n"h-in:to- s d. 1 tl-- MARK Chrif-tmu- DRUC JEWELRY di-ej- i I'o-co- nt 2o-ce- 1 nt I Hluo-(tra- HAMFjDESN Best d I du-b- J. C. ELMOREj p 86-i- m WATCa Watch. Col-log- o i - i well-know- n - 5 -', ( -- n Tern-lar'spi- " -- I o i Wednesday, J. 1 11 o u n to-da- y tonrt-Hous- ij - . ,1 ,1 ( 1 n- - 1 1 m fm, i. WHAT XL ' To-da- y post-otlic- o "Ml 1 y HOg Trado-Marku YOU yfMBi m at-c- lil KNOW JXtt YOUP ""U 1 pit-e- n 11 DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY. C.A.SNOWfcCO. t. , A nsff' ' Pf"MI m'jieju.ii m. tV iSBi-- W iiym&fmmt u0imnmm uM lyMmaaiwiwiMlrt iWMmJ. nptif ('MKypiw.wyjyijw.i-a- . u. Semi-Weekly InteriorJourna. rttlfi THESE t AIMER'S FRIENDS. ARE PAY AN EGYPTIAN WEDDING. An Tlto Wlmle Kornn THE FRIENDS THAT OFF MORTGAGES. 11 . ' I I 4j tnv "Si tt Tho next best thiiifj to knowing tho khedivo, Only Direct Lino SVJ JPJfiU YKAR, rT ADVjVNCJ5 to the tourist estimate, is to yet Dayton l.itmi, Toleilo, I 3TOK Allude to Well Foil, Well red 11ml an invitation to an Egyptian wedding. Between Cincinnati, the Lake Region aHd Canada. rWhn not so paid S2.50 will be charged." of the old eat ih the State el en he road Well Mnrkctrd I.lvc Slock Illiiatnitlmi Some of the hotel gnesta nro so anxious Ohtoend the only line entering Cincinnati ever st Lot on Main Street in Stanford of it Yorkalilrn Conclilng Mmi' nnd l'oal. for this honor that they do not wait for mile ol dtmble track, and from it putt record cae K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD." uir it patron speed, cemfott and Conltiinng i to acre. mi imitation, but take tho liberty of more than Itn riling Up mini. afett Train leaves Rowland at 7 00 a. m., returning I it kelson ending thoir cards to any house where sale everywhere, and tee that thee Ttt T K WALTON, Stanford eav at s 45 V m In England some of the finest Clevn they hear a wedding is in progress and read C , II A l . either in or out of Cincinnati, ludianepolis ar Toledo. Inml hny horses comu from Yorkshire. asking for L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. K. O Mi COR MICK ndmitiou. Oriental courtesy I Tho Yorkshire couching rtock is in General I'mwnicr anil Picket Agent. ie so generous that this rudeness is not ...It 50 am Mail tram going North at homo and abroad. In Paris, only forgiven, but often the owners of 16pm South ,...11 japm the city of suporb horses, it is much Express train . " South Bucklcn'3 Arnica Salvo IolH tho cards are cordially welcomed. 327 am North The bct the worl.t lor ciit. hraieea, ...6 joaie. nought aftor. Looal Freight North It was the good fortune of the present aorea, tit erv tit rliwiin, wie,all(utter, chapIn the corporate limit o( KowUnJ South.. corn and ped in vrup 5JF m writer to receive an invitation some lionshand, The latter trains alio arr passengers. and potilueJy cure piles, or no piy reqmr II J PAKST, Knwlahd. l time ago to be present at the wedding of ed. It iKuarntecd tl.tior, "" The above It calculated n standard time Solar r I'm e 15 cent per bsi time is about a minun f ite the two Kns of Mohammed Pasha. This or moii) reluiiued ale hr A K. Pennv. SUnlord. Ky HOUSE, invit.ition g.ive mo especial pleasure, fror both because it was to give me an opporPronounced llojioless, Yot Savod. of F. U. KILKY, Proprietor, Ada lltird. From tunity to m a high caste marriage cere- I1...IAII a letrWwritten bv Mrj taacu I iin n nati .111.11. l n - - - Kentucky. mony, Rnd Ix'iitg a double wedding ,i.t k trtile.t n mv luna. coutih set in and London, mil l. expectel that it would be n very brill .... v leriaiaated in tonlJ live but a rnur doctor I have ninved to my new llotrl and asa betlef ... .... .avinn consumption hofl ti the public. iant ntf.ur. ily expectations were not gave m,7f upUimy Savirr, determined if I n.uld than ever to n ommodat LROYALIsiyvll Uj ond Livery attachHl and every convenience dewMld meet 4 tay with my ftiwid on enrth not realized, however anvncn sired. Ciive rae a tall. My nuonu w one my An to the marriage ceremony proper to abi t Kint'above. Diwrovwy sot "Connimp FRAXK KILEV. 77 Ne !i. and Odd I letCough It a trial, took In 1 could see, and tloo, thero was none so far as an and I thank tiod it one of the bride jnxns apologised for all entht bottle ;andhas cured woman." Trial liot C. A. OEHEDICT & CO., heart v well Mm t'.se hiuiplicity of the weddiug arrange- ! COACHING M RK. A. R Penny' drt atvt. tegular nn YORKSHIRE fre at and $t Well Drillors & Pump Adjusters, Tho illustration shows a very hand-ow- e ments, saying that this was rendered 50 rent necessary by his father's absence in TANFORl), KV. Yorkshire coaohinjc innre nnd foal. Hhtpepay This is what yon ouuht to h.ve, in laot yot iJho is an English prise winner. This Co Ion. Walls drilled are life. fully it Yliat Feetned odd enough, though of must have for to dailv enjoymouraintTMusaaos the factory price. te order and I'umps lurmihed taiire ie at once strong, symmetrical and jo and htuaute urrk.iu 1 ,t - course not unexpected, was the total abare, jet gentle and hntnand upon thousand ot dollar find it not. irntcefm. fnll of by out in m,r mat telMcent. Under the strain of blood in sence of women. In the great central are spent astaually thi loa.people idyet it maybe And the) ami the various itxtns on the lower hail bymav attain guarantee that Iticitric Bitter, 1VX"5TEHS by animals like the Yorkshire troduced all. We if need according to dueition and the uc per ninro American coaching stock is rapidly itoor or tue miace 110 0110 coma ne teu tl.t.tim. will brmir vou food disrettron ild onil P. W ORHHN, Proprietor but men. Dot nil grades and conditions the demon dyapepua and laatall instead Uupepty improving. We commend Klecttic rUtters for dyspepsia and of men were there. neys Itvvr. losntch of all Winter C.iro nfMioop. Here were aome of the rich young men Solddiaeanes and the per bottle At A and kid I have recently taken charge of thi well known Penny's at joc Hotel and intend krepmg it at its present Mh Sheep in tho ien will sometimes lose of Cairo in most elaborate toilets, and drux stote. standard. Special attention given to the traveling A cream of tarter rnkit g nuu Jer lighrt cf thoir wool in largo quantities and tho clnee to their elbows a bare kueed or , ublic KsUILV fOMKHT. TlIK Ml'lilMltNY all In leatemug trcngth I s. Cio eminent Ke- - canso remain a deep mystery to tho bare armed ueighlor, who seemed to lie port Aug 17, H3' It V.H8 iirtiatie! It wnst'onchitnliiig! It First-Clas- s This comes from various made just as welcome as they. Some of owner. ! It was edifying, vivifycauses, and an investigation of the con-- ! the nio!t exclusive of the guests smoked wits wond-rii- il A. S. In conaectioa Alto dition of tho sheep will be necessary to their lonely cigars in tho drawing room. ing nnd pm-- i tying! It whs jollity, Jiimlv SURGEOy DENTIST. ascertain tho difficulty. Sometimes if This was n largo aud comfortable apart- and hiirinonv a success. Fort It was 01TTiU Pool and Billiard Parlors. II, McKoberts' sheep have been in a poor condition and ment, furnished in European style, Atkinson, Wis., 1'nion. OCice .mi .lam streei, omm 1. M R HI I), Clerk. Drug Store, Stanfard. are thriving quickly tho change will though Incking as ovon the khedive's At W niton's Opera House Jan. S. cauo the wool to fall out in quantities. parlors lack most of the beautiful and IK MHoh' Norvo and Liver Pills R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Again, if sheep are infested with ver luxurious things which mako these min, rot, pelt rot or scab, they will lose rooms what they are to us. Most of tho Acton a new priatiple regulating the liver, the nerve taiwe Co. For pelt rot and company, however, preferred, as wo did, tlomm. and Dr. Milrs'through speedily cere A new their wool rapidlv. DENTIST. biliau-rc1'ills ditevtery bud tat . torpid liver, Hlea. loosupaiioo to mingle with the common people in Portman House, scab there are various ointments recomOffice on Main street, opposite OF STANFORD, K , women, children senile,! l'nHuald for If tho sheep losing wool the central court. This spacious yard iniMesl, turett. men,dnse cent. Sample flee upstairs. Nitrous Oxidn Gas gnen for painless mended. i at A It It now fully Hganicl and ready f r business wil should be dipped as early as jxssiblo a w.ls roofed for tlu occasion with ""'"'""STANFORD. KENTUCKY, l'cnn'. Stanford now growth will bo encouraged on the eii e Turkish rugs, and hung with $200,000. Paid up Capital of t large chandeliers tparkling with glass An Important .Matter. bare places, and will perhaps pre DR. W. B. j sle ol Ir.iBBli erery farther falling oil in other places. Ver ornaments. Here the two happy bride tho Keotorjt v w'.er-- ' mporl it tint lb (oihI .n.l Surplus, . 13,500. u N'.rvim v min and scab are liable to get on the grooms were kept busy receiving tlioir mrxlk'iii'iim in Oune r. universal Mu-- f ie SUCCESSOR in TlIK LINCOLN NATIONAL sheep at this time of tho year any way, friends and soutiug thorn ujion the mat they ever tiiwl. win I. i itoifplon. OfliceVSouth siJe Main strwt, in office recently and a great deal of caro is required to covered benches, RANK OP STANFORD. and keeping thoir tlon In di'bt.iiy. imckitv'lie. ixsor 11.enn.tv fit vacated by, Dr. L K llutluun, suniord, Ky A tV. Tioy N V U prevent such diseases. slaves busy supplying thorn with food diamine?. 'I Stit-(Now cloving mr) wtih the stune aaset and aader . O AmiiTj ft M ir,ii. of lti r Crv-oueep are very peculiar as 10 wieir aud drink. II. K ATWOOD II tne same auaaseaseni. cxMlw..rili. att'n. 4 fort W ay no. IihI, imJ J.J.ALLEN Hy fHtreieven of Its cnailer, slepoaitoe are marriage llumln-of 01 nil.li1' hl IfceJ lip mr hall It is a jmrt of the tastes anti me Kinu 01 ioou mey eat, ana depositor auM m n)iU. or W OOlJ, tney u.,n noVer cat unsuitable fod un- - ceremony that all the Koran shall m itlrd aiw i,i.rurt HitchTrul htlk' w this felly wrotecled a aie being held in National individuaJly Rana, tia saairholder irntp niii iin 'ess it is tho only alteniativo. If hunger chanted in tho house of tho bridegroom pre ' nil eino l Imnk o Ulwssf, Issble to the eatent ol the aaaonnt of their stock fWT?TTQ and starvation stare them in the face during tho day and night of tho wed- frm at A It nni' lsi Kuaronu-- nJ therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the riCTffTI? IlbcDuilu, It may acta anseant invested in aeca share ICCOIIilUl'Ud- eaecntssr adasiniatralur, trwtteu, Ac, as fully a ttioy will take up with almost anything, ding. This jo ful task is generally perI'nllurvH in i.irc. City, Tonin. an indivnlnnl but they will never grow rapidly or tako formed by blind men. On this particuPeope tn.l in amy wuj In lniiine. In " te n To thtwe who eatrutled tnesr nnMnee " JAS. G GIYF.NS. on much flesh under such unfavorable antl In white mnagtag the Lincoln Natsonal Beak el rnrliiy,A 11 inll ..nn m ti4,tiir WM. AYR US lar occasion tho chanter was also a h u'i 'i we w here leader mr manv thanks ami e!t conditions. Tho feeder should cater to of the prophet, ui was shown health.of Uilure I h hi if ibx aot Iran they will thoir ruc iiroiwrly In .h 01 tlii...r-nlirtvl Slaafonl, ofiwtngceartaae to treneacl ntssasMhniinamn & GIVENS, i their desires, especially durincr tho by Ins conspicuous green turban. luna, tl as a gtsaraatee (or inrt with us, bewitli, eta : Ih rt ofbvatl u atuu, In thp tho b am. dUf. te snsne, etr twenty year' naerMMe in weather of fall aud winter, There was k much of shouting and iie. ctr Attornoya at Law, ui.n.ica- wind, haakinz and as liberal acnanmBdalioSM as ate when tho sheen cannot bolect for thorn- - trilling and dwelling upon the vowels in ik', tnUigv.t'on, (nntil. etc in be liver. latit. with sound banking I'am l - Louisville, Ky. colves. been loriMdil., (inipi-uoi- u.' rireaii.-t- l by tie wit Me. Tho most successful cistern this recitation that it would havo 327 Fifth St., niKacmm: r ah J ktum i'. hn.trt strain liulic Ml V sheep feeders adopt tho plan of feeding impossible for an Arabic scholar who J J Willi all thtrw. nmladUt r li.t' Hew Cure (sr Shreve Building. 1 rvntxtr. tno tMitd, J.M liasl Staalord at least threo times a day, and feeding was not Mohammedan nor accustomed ihe Heartl aul itiui; r a;uaranu-nJ.S. Owaley. .Maaferd ; ; and rconineii4et by A. it. l'eaay. s I. Emory, SilaniVrd . only such food as tho sheep will cat up to tho devotional elocution employed to Treatise free FRANK MAKIMON. ...i.j , JAS. G. GIVENS. n UKK w,w understand the words which ho was reclean. A. W Carpentw. (IUaal!vlr; Too liboral feeding is a mistake in peating with such fervor. We ought j. I K fUeiehaa. I Iiwtosiville ; GlYESS S: f afH VlvvVvVaTV several ways. Thero is a great deal of not to lay this up against the Molsum wasto attendant on it, and the sheep do preachers, however, for on one occttsion, $. II. Utaaka, Iieseg-REAL ESTATE, When IUby vriut siek, w0 cave her Caatoria. . J. It Owek-r- CatWer. A in ono of the London cathedrals, I heard not profit by an overabundance. When sho won Child, aho cried for Oaturla. small nick should bo kept near tho sheep a notice road, and tho only word which When h lrame 311m, sho clunj; to CoMorin. Town Lots, Coal. Iron and Timber Lands bought for hay, and fresh hay should bo put in I understood was of Latin extraction. Turning to tho man standing by my When alio hftU Cldl ren, alio gave thoni Castor! or sold on Commission. Correspondence it two or threo times during tho day. 101 yr solicited Seo that tho quantity is just enough to side I whispered, "Do they always anOflcrccl :itisfv trio wiints of the hhenn until thu nounce tho noticos here in Latin?" To HVS.IT.iT.1. no?t feeding hour. Flay in the morning my great surprise he replied: "Ho was DTEvV Hy the without grain, fodder at noon and some speaking English. Do you not underI have finished my new Saw Mill ou the Somerset pike, 7 miles Iroin Stat (nil nnd air prepared grain and hay for the evening meal is stand English:" SHINC.LES, Certainly to tho men who surrounded to furnish am kind of llMM-Ktho best diet. Such regularity of feedI will sell the .umAc , at LOW ESI PRICKS wathis blind reader his words were music, ber at the mill or d . er t suit p r haers. Give ing, supplemented by regularity of ter, will keep a flock in good condition for again and again, after what seemed me a trial I osti c, MAY V OHO, K Co. & I am bore wells ami A U R AST IN through tfio winter and prepare them to bo an impressive rendering of a favor- work welt prepared to and promptly will do the 4'T in a Kod etaaner for rapid spring growth. ite passage, they would shout in delight, At One Dollar a Foot. A word or two may lo said about "Allah! Alluhl" me at Stanford, Keatvcay. Call on ot;tldr roots for sheep. A good fattening fodOur ltdies finally descended from thoso t.. T aii 11. JMl der for sheep must not be too watory, mysterious upper chamliers where tho Class A. Installment Stock. and henco a too liboral supply of jots is brides were hidden, of whoso existence not beneficial. A small quantity of we were only made acquainted by the Face value $100 Costs ti admission fee and alroots is good for tho sheep, and esiocial-l- y bursts of laughter which occasionally tar wants 60 ceats a month until naynwni and TIIE CHEAT HOUSEHOLD ItEMEDY FOR profit euual toe No dividend In cash until ma potatoes, which furnish a lettor ration floated down to us. e I to sell my latin of about 110 arras, situtartly, which Uealitaaied to take place m , art I could not help wondering if tho two ated about i'4 mile rmrlh of Stanford ou th between water and dry matter than First year's creoHed dividends have beiei ycata There ever is per cent. opjKJMte iheijd thuri-ltush llranili pile, otherwise to bo obtained. Roots are not youths who wore being married had are about jo acre in whiAt and rye, the balance only very watery, but ensilage also, and really never ovon taken a sly jiep at of the farm well et in tnnuthy doo.1 dwellinK SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BUHNS, tpleudid and km lien and of four willing to barn. room watered and fenced a l'o.eioo new too much of either one i3 not very good their brides Our ladies can well SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. for tho sheep. Yet in England tho tur- answer this aud many other questions, be ci en immediately, lor particular, e J. I. $100 Full Paid Stock. PRICE CO CENTS. nip plays an important part in making tor they had been ablo to got quite a Ilailev. Slanf.ir.l. or wrae the . nnOuricnel al Class B. Willi hits. Send threo stamps for free snnlo mutton. It is not often, however, that confidential chat, not with tho brides, in- Cincinnati, Obio. box and book. Face value $100. Cnet (1 admiaeiaa fee and $yo one sees tho flocks injured by too liberal deedfor they wore forced by Egyptian Receives in lieu of all dues ToUltji per shure a uso of roots for feed, but on tho con- etiquetto to sit silently with their hands U)mh f jo semiannual cah divicleude of 1 percent. trary they are not fed enough roota. clasped and their eyes modestly cast This notice furewarns hunters, fishermen and Votif, per Mulch in ti J'ir Cunt. Tho best odicois to use judgment in down but with tho bridegroom's sister, others not to trenas on our lands without fullbe prosocutitl to the mitsion, using roots and ensilage, and be snro whom they found to bo a most intelli- est extent.isolall such willsincu: and is credited with a prapertitin al surptu prothe law. S fit, until Ihe pav meats and snrjdu aineunl te that the ration between such watory gent and charming young lady. W (JAINKS. J. II. McKlNNKY. $no '1 hut surplus it a small per conlege at first ABSOLUTELY FURE, JOHN (J. l.VNN, but increases eery year This ie a preferred iood and tho moro bolid foods of grain Sho frankly acknowledged tho advan- Mrs SAMFOItniKWIN, JOS. IIAI.l.OU. Mrs ALICE IUCKKU. stock and the ch dividend aru guaranteed. Can FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH? and hay is kept up. E. P. Smith in tage which tho young brides posses.-e- d V A. HAMILTON. 1HOS C IIAI.I.. be withdrawn after vee j ear S I'HII.l.ll"' American Cultivator. in having .seen their future husbands M C KF.VNOl.DS. AND NURSERY PURPOSES. Mr ALICE J IIAUOHMAN. J I. HECK, whilo they themsolves were unseen, but V M.WAHK. K. II. COOI'KR, TAE-OICO., Chicago, EL Mrs. M A .MARTIN. seemed to think that her mother and W A Christum Turkejs. HARNETT J K IIRUCE, Turkeys will soon bo in demand for herself were quite competent to pick KOIIKU'I For sale bj W l. ORIMKb K.Pcuri aud M. L I urue, Class C. $50 Full Paid Stock. Stanford tho farmer who has been out wives for tho youths. "I hope your Christinas, and carefully coring for his flock of bronze brother will appreciate your selection," Face value $50 Coats $1 admission fee and $a BAREAIN, FOR SALS hi turkeys should profit by it. The aver- ono of our ladies remarked; to which je per share Receives In liuu of till dues, total no cush dividends, but it credited with the same age family is better pleased with a tur- tho sister returned tho uaivo answer: per contiiguiif profits as Installment Stock If key which will, with tho many other 'I hope bo, too. Wo will know in tho On account of continued bad health, I desire to such stock bad bcn issued during the uit yoar, farm of jo Acris of sell table offerings spread for Christmas morning!" What a bcene must always Und privately my in a fine state ol fertility Sould it iliviilunil would liuvc been over j per cent at a bargain, the credited profits $tj ul J$ merely servo that meal and not bo exacted by tho matchmaking mam- sell 200 ucre with improvement Locution one When thevuluc and withdrawn in cash. This is a dinners, tho face is laying of the more than ono or two others, than ono ma, who has selected a homely wife for mile south of SUnlord, and thuthe neccnaaty farm now form of stock, especially adapted for the inimsuperb. There are alt of vestment of small sau tig without thu ordinary which will havo to bo brought on the ta- her son, especially if ho had paid down is provements, including a frame dwelling al five feature of monthly payment. Cull be withdrawn iTiO for her, as each of theso young men rooms and hall, a large basement barn, nnd all after one year ble for every meal for a week to clean it For further uiformtitiuu, apply to buildings new The books and tecurilie of the Company ore al up. Just tako a look ut tbo turkeys be- had done! HOHT. McAUSTEIt. Stanford. 48.1m waysopon to itituttort. It would require n lady's pen to ing carried homo a few days before tho toilets to bo seen in that Roller Extract. the holidays, und yon will seo that tho Si5LX.E. upper room. Our imaginations bulk of them are tho medium sized birds. weights are only for show and are quito bewitched by the report Extra brought us from that hidden paradise. large dinners. Field and Farm. Having old my farm, I will offer for sale to the $1,300,000 of Stock Carried by The two brides, however, wore tho cen- hi, heat bidder on ovor 1,500 Ivlembcrs. ter of all admiring eyes, tho younger beStent by Way of New Orleans. 2, 1891, ing elegantly but simply dressed in a The beef raisers of the squthwest are All my personal property, consisting of tbdApurimentof shipping their robe of white satin trimmed with gold, to make For fu'l intormation apply to aim uiu uiuer uiiigiuuiujuiy iiiuruu in a 'I wonty head of horse stock, t combined saddle Orproduct to i&.elaud by way of New laic colls ol wino colored, gold embroidered satin ard harness Stallion and i Jack IS OUR BEST FLOUR, insteaii of sending it overland to gown, leans, ycku breeding tjoth which will wearing upon her head a golden til work Oxen, 3 show Cows and iualiue i Cat some young Milk Chicago, liuvf York and Boston. A CEORCE W. JOHNSTON, BUT EITHER tparkling with jewels. lie, ao fut Hogs, 45 stock Hogs, some thorough dressed boof company at Fort Worth, ciown tho future lives pf theso descend- iired llerkuhire Sows 30 Sheep, several good brood UUNKKAL MANAGER, May Mates, a King William, some of the best saddle Tex., has nr ..nged with an ico company ants ofC'leopatra bo as beautiful as their and lurne.s stock-i- tlin county Wagons, Muggy' Tho Coramorce, - - - Loulsvlllo, Ky. and a trading associa- eyes ut Now lluckeye Mower. Hay Rake, I'lowa and Farming and their wardrobes! C'tensil generally. Household and Kitchen Fur OR tion in Loutan for tho refrigeration and Camden M. Coiieilv. good 1'iaiio and other things too tedious IDOL-KIN- G nliure. 01 shipment in largo steamships to England to mention Is the weather is ton bad, sale will be continued jf COO tonsu. dressed beef GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, Moody, tho evangelist, is a pedestrian. Sale will be at ccmplrted day The saving i freight to Now Orleans, in Ho is nearly always in fine physical con- fromfarm to dny until and Ilradfordsville 011 ihe llustdnville my STANFORD, KY. comparison with tho overland route of dition, mid disdains an overcoat, even turnpike, 9 miles west of lliistouville, near J, F Aistutt't Sto-miles, will bo $12 per ton. Field Refer to J.J. McROIIERTS, Cashier First DR J P FLANAGAN, IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR 2,200Farm. in tho coldest weather. Dank, Stanford, Ky, l'owars Store, Casey Co., Ky. and , De-tro- ll, Published Evory Tuoaday nnd Friday Ilcrlteil tho Ori'iiiony. 1'nrt of Cairo, ISsypt, Nor. (Special OorrmK)odna 10. at. rlnBitrtil. MftmlltAil A llavtnll U. R. Is ik mtv ! tmimnf Pullman's Pertectcil Safety Vcstiholed 1'ralns, with Chnlr Parlor. Sleeping nnd Dining Car service between Cincinnati, Indianapolis nnd Chic ago and i the only line run ling Through Retiming Chair Car b.twucn Cln e nnati, Ketikuknnii Sprinnlield, 111. nnd Sleeping Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the Tho Finest on Earth. POSTED. forWd Vinfolk aixl or hunt bird, without my penntuior, or llicy will be punihrd te the full extent ot the law I mean what I 1 L ' THOMAS C Jan 1 their u well aseolorwl lull.niblnt and miiilrrelfolk. tutrciia on my farm und their folk' folk, my folk jP""'S K ll SAXijB 1 1 1 tle-inn- For Sale 1 ' -- . M. Twenty Huildin A j c -- P'l -- THE RILEY '- 0YM fci 1 lUii'tfirniim, uv I irtrr Miop the om nnKi.il Hnti-I- , I kiu piled to . ommiMliti- In die a. well a genii-me- n in anything the) ina wiah in my line. Children atoo waited en all --time JESSE HOMFfiON, tat Hotel liiComaien t1 ' 1 I I I. UTEKT. RTFCIAI .. X5RUCF, AHD SALE FBD STASLE, I STANFORD, KV. traveler Only hMt-cla- a Ml FV I ION to COMMKltt I L llonn and mule bought and sold hore'id bb Ie urd in liery 1 111- J-- . HC. POWDER HOUSE, DILI.ION HILTON" JiWITCII.KY. la-- Dry Dealer Good3, Notions, Hats, Caps lloott, Shoe, nolhing, llartlwatc, Queens' ware, Tlawate, Fuinituie a ad a Absolutely Pure 1 Conoral Lino of Crocorios, All kind j Fanry Candies. CratsTic, of Produce take &?& Dr. PRICE, Sample Room I'o.liilfi. e, I Ac in eachange for goods Kingtii n, Ky ! OLD Ncl" it ET. ROUTE I rl . 71-- Washington, Philncloiphln Baltimore, Now York, 1 Nrw A .. M iT.il pi 1 a i im ra lis er I I D 10 n ParffiersBanM Trust All points Eatt ami Southeast Inly one night out Irotn Letingtun, Csrrecled lime Card in I fleet Nov It, STATIONS. Lve Stanford,. .J. 1 511 iM A ccom im-u- PENNY, Dentist. - an-iit- i..-- . h-- n - " Lesiagioa " Wxheter.. .. . it- - . 11 JWM1MJM. CI. " ll Sterling.. .... " Merehrad ....... ' Olive iFaslMan, sprew ' Daily Daily E San.. 11 j" n n iv aw n H pm 114 ; 00 pin "a, K 1 FaTt Daily 11 (1 vo n'n s . pin 40 pm (O pro - 7 jo pm pm .. ,.M. Iti-in- ti k. u ALLEN e: Al n.iTr llQllh hdlllD Johnson AYRE8 " AmA " V. Mill HuaiinftoM "'" . . . , . .. .., Bw i(iiu j t . . 1 j. yn HMXlM-m- e iij7 , ' 1 ! pm pm u nm 11 n ...... . ,,1 , 'I j ,000 PC . I J 10 a W'KST HOUND Lve. HusXine-soH- ' 1 11 . 1 nt e - allea-tto- ' e'Maf inchaater Air Leiiagum " " Catleiubarg A inland Olive IIW. . I ,,. ,,, 10 pm ay pot M 1,1pm , , pm, . 4 1 ,; , , , , , ay pm... sail 4 mt an, 4. m i . am f , tw , 1. .,,,, ,' I '. i,.,n i sir I 10 ij am am - cH.-sute- nt . 1 i, j IJmiied '.MiUin F". pre. rna. stalu ami la rnllmaa Vestibuled HuHet sleepefe besw in Lou jey'lle t.eimgioa, W.sbiagton, New Y ik an 1 Old Point Comf-- ri Thi train ts made put af tfe celebrated I- - toi-y- 11 1 . MBMQN. rutui. e a U. Piiievllle, Kentucky. t Iitvcslmciits SAw Hast of lluaungton on the C .V O. Route. Faat Mail Train run dally ptcopt Snndiy be twem Letington aad Herniation. Make dirert constertson at Haatington with C A-- O , at Ash bast wuh S. V R , at UiacheMcr with K C R R. north and smith bound, and at Lcuatttoti with N . L 8 and C. N. O. A-- 1 I. . Railroads Leaiagioa and Olive Hill Accommodation daily Connect at Wiarheeirr to and from K C poim and at (.niagloi with I S H R fur l.miitMl.r Cor full iKiirfmaluia in rrg.rd to rales, route apply to ss) agent ..I litis or connecting lines or Jo 11 F HI NTINl.lON s F II MoRsI, I' aad i . A ('nil mnati ihm . IIAKSI W HAKKISOS t. M . I eiingl .11 K, I V. . A. Man I Ky F. V. " , W)SX.X. BORXISTG. Louisville Savings, Loan Building 1 Kentucky Central R.R. "lllatriO UHASrf IIOIT'PIO." ThoHhortoHt tint! QuIokoHt Itoute from Cuntrnl Kontucky to nil potntri North, Hunt, Wont nnil 8outh-V0HPnut Llnubotwoott LoxliiKton una Olnoln-nitt- l. t. 1 1 Farm. For Sale. SCHEDULE IN KFFECT.NOV th- - Hound. ., 1I00 No 6 F. No 7. K Na. Daily 4 de-ir- - w-r- o 1 two-cc- TAR:0!DS0AP D POSTED. - rt Sun Lve Cincinnati . I ie a m 8 in p in J to p m I il am 8 ot) p in, 1 e p in I.ve Covington. Lve Falmouth... m y , ,. m a - I' in Y. 11 iS a m,ie at p in1 J i p ro Arr Part. ,n Arr Lesmgion " " ,n .. Lve Paris 1117 ' J n Arr Winchester. 'is io p m Arr Richmond. l' ' S IO p HI Arr Lancaster. S 1' m Arr Stanford. Lve Richmond . w io p m .., 3 n P in Arr llerea 5 so p in Arr l.ivingtoa . yf Sua. . a- il in ijpin l'a nj j '" North-Houn- Ne. 5. S OH No 2 1 11 $ 1 COI-Hi- Lve llerea. Arr Richmend.. Lve Staalord ... Lve Lancaster . Arr Richmond... Lve IciiTTniood. Arr Winchester Arr Paris Lve Lexlugton Lve Falmouth.. Arr Covington. Arr Cincinnati l.ve Liviagiten 10 15 i 4 7 Jf ... .... no a in ..L.... ' 4 5 o a m V.3j 7 , 10 '5 "I .r... . . 1 Of p m 6 10 a in ......... 1 54 l in 7 15 a m .... 00 s 111 3 45 4 V "I a m 4 7$ 7 5 411 P m g 18 a m s 3 mllo 44 a mi 6 it 5 40 5 joprnlio 50 a m 6 45 7 in a m a ih i r A .!! : Lve Pans a 00 p il V m,7ll rn a rn1 pm D n m .. p pm blue-cras- s 1 pCREAMSfljP 8 mf o PUBLIC CHEJIM Extract Friday, January I 1 GOLD MEDAL, 1 Or)-nn- a 1 On the.Mavsville llranch, No 9, leaves Patii at 715, a in and No 11, at 517, p m, arriving at Maystilleat in 10, a m, and 7 s, p m. No. 10 leaves Maysville at 5 jo a m, arriving at Pans at 740, am No ij leaves Maysville at 150 and arrives at Pant at 4 iop in These trains are' daily except Sunday. No runs dally from Losmgion to Cincinnati No 4j leaves Lexington 10 00 am; arrives Paris 10 4.J am, except Sunday No 8 luat es Cincinnati 510 pm; arrives I'alruo-il7 05 pm : except Sunday No. 7 leaves Fiilmiiuth 6 00 am; arrives Cincm. natl 75c am; except Sundav Train Notes -- No j run's dally, except Sunday, betwein Lexington anil Cincinnati, No 11 runs Sunday only, making all local stop No daily btwee Cincinnati and Lexington 4 rum Note -- Train No. 6 und Falmouth Accommodation No 8 now depart from new 4th St Depot. on 4II1 below John t Note Trains No and Falmouth Accommoda tiotiNii 7 arrive at new 4th St Depot, cm 4th below John st Nos a and 6 make connections at Winrheat.i Inr points on the N N AM V . Ry IMPORTANT -- Train, ol this line now arrive, at and depart fiom the Central Union Passenger" Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, East and West. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co. W.I. MUNSON.Trav Pass. Agt Cinrinn,.. S. F. II. MORSE, (Jen:l 1 -1 semi-monthl- y. SILVER MOON e ' THE MONEY. Manager, 9 GENKRAL OFFICES. Chamber ot Commerce llitilding. Cindnn.i lie"inBion between Cirtcinnati ILK. HUNTINGTON, ., ad ,;' n aJ3"'"yniif.i'.mjT:...Asl. - .- .- r"'-1'- :.--;.- - ... n...k..i.fai aw. .,-f.m-.- - - jj-i'-- .a mssssssssssssssjssagcjajjsy.a,,t) SsmmmmmmmmmmmTammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmanmsssssam a.,A;.J.4tJ., f tjATn-lW- jj .v,. 'r? . . , JfJtvjr.