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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890123001 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. XVIII. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1890. -j NO. 87 If heartfl i with him nnd Miss Mary in tho ho true, his loyalty ho Hteady that there 1 " T.T nflliftioti that has coino upon them, but is scarcely a social circle in Kentucky to A Jj.6 UACL J&QLlQlUlQ GWSlGl1 s"" 111 Tlic junior ei't gave u very enjoyable lVSsiVfc, Uod alone can give consolation, which the tiding? of his death will not danco at tlio Spencer Hotel Friday . wiving lauier, a warm Inoinl, an up-- , bruin a shock of sorrow. In very truth, night. right jurist, n worthy citizen and true death, whose summons has come of late rclinntB report tho sales of Oar int' christian, tlio whole county joins in sor- -' to so many of our best and truest, in nil Cliriatmiis goods an very good, considerrow at his loss and sighs to feel that his' his busy circuit has stilled no kinder, ing tlio liunl times and searrity of warm hand grasp and cherry words of truer nor gentler heart than this. This moiiuy. greeting shall be known no more. A tribute in sober truth and sincerity wo Has the largest and Nmvj Tliu damage to fruit ami slialt trees $V ,111 mm k jn uuiiui ms reward, leaving lay upon Ms grave, In this locality is vory great. Nevind MOST COMPLETE STOCK us tho rich legacy of 4in honorable and II. The courts of record of Lincon sidowalksaro blookod with the fallen , which should sink county aro rcqiirht'd to place this ,. timber, while the park iu the ientre of OF in every heart. uto upon their order books, tho Ixtkiii- Hip nquitru looks as though n cyclone hail . f'liii-n- l - on Tlie hour was fixed for Kuturnewspaper is requested to vis J!aPvWE! Mbn&m33aK$'MMm struck it. uy morning ai iwociouiv, nut owing to g ve it publication and the secretary of Col. (i. Lhmlap.of Camp Nelson, evcr sllPw Stanford at prices tin wret-h.weather it was consi ler.i- - the meeting is directed to furnish a copy ptnt a was hero Sunday. Kph Mrown as low as the lowest. "VJ-lily delayed. The body under the es - to the surviving members of the family--. few days seeing the sight of Cincinnati ' cort of the Masons was conveyed to tin On motion tho resolutions wore adoptRemember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s last week. Mr. Witdo Hush, now of St. in the State, Christian church, where He v. W. L. ed, and after feeling nnd appropriate lx)ii in, iu visiting his fatheruu Hlehmond who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have Williams preached a most appropriate to this meeting adjourned. Btreet. How and Mrs. 0. M. Keid are send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old sjriiion from 2d Timothy, 1st chapter T. P. Hill, Ch'n. visiting his parents thin week. Mr., and lntter part of tho 12th verse. There gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic J. B. Paxton, Sec'y. Tink Anderson, of Hrodhuad, spent the HON. THOMAS W. VARNON was always a fast friendship between the and I guarantee satisfaction. holidays with hit! numerous friends! A. R. PENNY The Paris Kentuckinn in recording tho ited ' two ami it was by the judge's especial Dies Suddenly and Painlessly on the Ni(jht here. request that Mr. Williams was chosen death gives this family history: Of tho Mr. Tom Hoyd, of Cynthiana, and orihc24th. RICSSAKD C. for the service. The sermon over, the eleven brothers and sisters of Judge VarMiss Minnie Uoltis, tHehandhomo daugh".fudge Varnun is dead'" were the Masons again took charge of the body non, only two aro living B. E. Varnon, I.M5a'"i"I',t0 forL AuJ"r of the State ol ter of Mr. George lluttis, thudpot agent tlrst words wo hoard us we came down .ub.ect to the w.llof the Democratic and nt the vault consigned the remains of this city, nu J Mrs. John Lair, of Cynpanj. for Directors tor the Farmers Hank An nt thiH place, eloped to Cincinnati riiurs-da- town Christmas morning and not being thiana. He leaves two children Miss & Trust Co . Stanford, Ky , will bo held at &aid of their loved brother to dust in the night and wcro married. Mr. Hoyd awaro that ho had been sick we were inMary and Wallace, of Stanford. Mr. Hank office January 7, 1891. Deatitilul service lixea (or such occa8l td J fj. OWSLEY, Cashier. cniuo hero sevural montha ago to work expressibly shocked at the intelligence, sions. The active pidl bearers were: Varnon always delighted iu telling of for Mr. Ileitis. The lie was on the street a day or two before as telegraph operator his two Varnon and objection to thomarriaga was the tender and seemed in his usual health as he Messrs. M. C. Saulley, J. W. Alcorn, W. Thompson, serving in the revolutionary STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. (i. Welch, W. II. .Miller H. C. Warren ngo of Minn Ileitis, she being in her loth greeted bin friends in his nccustomed war. H. Paxton, and the honorary pall A fine the year. They have our best w ishos for a happy way. Tuesday night he was at- nnd J. Tho picture from which the cut of Hankmeeting of the stockholders of their National Rood well,hi orchard and JenrW n"1Z. b""' banking 01 ilustonville will be held at in bearers Mesurs. T. P. Hill. D. W. Vande-veer.- Judge with interest. C?.h' balaV will one and twoyeir? long and happy life. not sold tacked with what he thought pain in Varnon is made was taken many house in Ilustonville the second Tuesday in Janube iwi ary, 1801, which is the 13th, for the purpote of session given January I( , go, W. Miller, H. S. Withers, 1 M One of the wont onjoyablo Hocial the stomach and next morning lie was years ago nnd was the only one that electing nine Directors to servp toe ensumiocar 63.tr w. ADAMS, Stanford. Kv. J. Mcltoberts, S. H. Shanks, J. P. Bailey, could bo 83 J. W. IIOCKEK, Cashier u ven to of the holidays was tho party ri similnry attacked. In expectation of obtained, as ho had not had a Thursday evening by Miss Mamie having another Wednesday night, ho W. F. McClary, T. I). Rowland, G. U. photogrnph taken for lone time. THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL Currey in honor of her gucnt, MIsm-- sent for Dr. Hat ley, who came nnd sat Cooper W. M. Hright and S. M. Owens. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. J. U. OWENS, Manager, Htigan and Crutcher, 0 Richmond, and with him few hours. The time luv-in- g ACTIOS OF TIIK MASONS. A meeting of the stockholders of the First Na A mom: those pnftftvd for the attack, tho judge reTaylor, of Cincinnati. James Crabtree nnd Miss Martha tiosal Hank will be held at their banking house in Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. The Masons met in Lodge of Sorrow, on the in 1891, prehent were Misses Maud KobitiKon, marked that hf believed the doctor hud Saturday morning, when Worshipful Davis, each IS years of age, were mar- Stanford tiiHijlh, second Tuesday of January, elevfor the purpose which is electing ,n'l .Ve .Ul"n. e.harK Ih.s popular hotel Ada I'arra, Hue Herring, Olllo and Null beared it away and as there were no in- Master G.I). Hopper appointed A. It. ried on the 2(ith at tho bride's to serve the ens unc year ,n father's, en83Directors JOHN J. NcKOUEKTS, Cashier. in respect It is beine Danered mH painted evcrr Marra, Ora Wilmore, Mary, Maw and dications of it, Dr. Bailev left for ins Penny, S. M.Owens and W. P. Walton on Neal's Creek. from top to bottom, the bedding ., being d Jane. .Walker, I'attie IJenzluy, l'unnie home. About'J o'clock a messenger was a committee to draft suitable resolutions Freedvon Allmen and Miss Matilda '! :ff:?!i'n.?A0"e 5. .,e West, .Altio .Marksbury, Muririli Cook, wnt for him to return and on his arrival and they presented the following, which Gruenigen, both recently from Switzer"ever be surpasi- ed nvhnrjr. .!. "C,i0n- ,hi" J" OWENS. Juliet Gill, Lutu Hatnon, Ittie Brown, he found the judge to bo suilering terri- was adopted, nfter which tho lodge land, obtained marriage license Fridity A Jewel Duckden Stallion; is a red sorrel and in his 4th sear; a combined roadster, very stylish, Theo. Hemphill. The young gentlemen bly, apparently with neuralgia of the inarched in a body to Judge Varnon's and will wed on Thursday next, sho sire Second Jccl; 1st dam I. Pile Huckdi-nwere Messrs. Tevis, Doty, Farm, J. and stomach. He gave him a hypodermic residence nnd escorted the remains to Imp Eld. J. Q. Montgomery, says the Co- by lluckshot,3dhe by Gray Huckden, ad dama liny Kacle. Dick mare; dam F. Robinson, J. and V. Wakor, (iibbri, injection of morphine and applied the the church nnd thence to tho cemetery, lumbia Spectator, olliciated at a double I desire to sell E. C WA17ION, my larm of about ito acres situ- Stanford, Ky ated a and A. usual remedies, when the putient be- where the ritea of tho order were sol- marriage in Adair last week II. J. and H. West, Denny, Cook, 0. Hush arentw,.! r.V.l.WlV"': '"c?,u cnu cn: "ere Frank, Taylor, of Cincinnati, Lear, Den- came easier and said that tho pain seem-e- d emnized: Murrellto Mi&s Nnnnio Montgomery ami of the fain,Veli Ve'tin- ,r,nothya 'good ny, of Danville, HuUou, Bradford, Anto have gono from everywhere exof four rooms and kitchen and Whkiikas it has pleased tho Grand Virgil Epperson to Miss Patsio Montl,nHi t U.II11. 11 wril wifnrc.l .l r cept a place about the si.e of his hand Master of the Universe to call from la- gomery. derson and others. 011 his left side. Dr. Bailey started to bor to rest our brother, Thos. W. VarMr. Charles W. Westcrfield, of WmC cSc.nnaS,.:"ffi With the face of tho earth covered with I am prepared to bore wells and iry iw relieve mat, mil just tiien tliu non, who had' worthily worn tho insig nnd Miss Stella, daughter of work inwell ood manner and promptly will do the b nnnw, the trees betiding uud breaking judge gave a couple of short gasps nnd nia of our order for near 50 years, bo it Mr. G. S. Jones, of this place, were marAt Ono Dollar a Foot. under the weight of ice with which they almost in u twinkling the vital spark resolved by the oflicers and memberrf of ried Tuesday by Dr. II. Glass. They left (.all ou orjjilim-s- me at stanlord, Kentucky. aro bound, with trains delayed and had been extinguished and Judge Var- - Lincoln Ixxlge No. 00, A. Y. M: 1.. 1. S.Mll it. This notice forewarns hunters, 34 immediately for Cincinnati for a "brief dow n, cut oil" from the main body others not to trespass on our I.inds fishermen and without non's earthly career was ended. mission, as all 1. That in tlio death of Brother Var- wedding tour. Somerset Reporter. w.Ilbe pro tl e ftll and without pontoons, how can a corresest extent of the law. Signed: .Muted ElSEfcTT. of tho heart had done the work. Dr. J. T Morris, who recently non Masonry has lost a shining exemv u A INKS. pondent be expected to furnish an item There are few men who were more be- plar, this lodge a d member, moved from West Virginia to tho Having leased the Menelee Stable, I now offer i of news for a paper, especially one of tho loved JOHN oVlvnn; ice rurgp'iF' by his countymen than Judge society a useful and eminent citizen, and section nnd who has been practic my NEW S'l AI1LK on Lancaster street for rent THOSai r kit iCKER' ,JOS. HALLOU. sort of the Intkuioii it has ten large Iloi Stalls and is the very best Varnon and few who have been more each of us a revered and trusted friend. ing bis profession since, was married nt place in the county for a Jack and Horte stand for Tho vigilant journalist might draw honored by season. them than he. H never We desire to place permanently in tho the Portman House Christmas day to the comingaddress A large cistern at the door Call nn or upon bis Imagination for his facta if, un- asked any thing of ,.o..V...F.I:v-..-. them that they did arcliivi'H of our order this estimate of his Miss Emma Lee, the pretty daughter of Mrs. M A. MARTIN A. T NUNNELLEY, Stanford der tho circumstances, ho could be sup- not gladly give J t,UKUCh' W I GRIMES. and it used to be a boat character and with it nn expression of Mrs. D. L. Stephenson. posed to have an imagination. As it is, of his that no man ever did or evercould our profound sorrow at bis death. This ollice acknowledges with thanks we can thank the Giver of all good that defeat him before the people. 2. That the members of this lodge are an invitation to attend tho marriage of matters are no worse than they are, and Born at Millersburg, Bourbon county, requested to wear for tho period of !!0 MiBS Tincie, the pretty daughter of bo grateful for what we have received January 8th, 1810. Thomas W. Varnon days the usual badge of mourning, that Judge S. M. Boone, of Somerset, to Mr. Sec i The undersigned, Chrism in Gooch, D during the year that is about to close, was educated K Reynolds, U Ciooch, Nattun Singleton, in the local schools and these resolutions bo placed by the secre- D.J. Gregory of Danville, on Wednes- O. C.ooch, citizens of Lincoln W. T. county,, Ky , have looking forward to the new with renew- studied law this day associated ourselves together as uorpur at Transylvania. Ho began tary upon the minutes of this meeting, day, 7th. Tlie happy couple will take a atmn, under the provisions of Chapter TO of the ed hopes and bright anticipations. the practico in 1810 nt Paris and contin- and a copy furnished by him to the be- bridal tour of a couple of weeks and be General Statutes of Kentucky, under the name of the Olive Cemetery Company at OHc, Lincoln The present stringency in the money ued it after his removal to Stanford in reaved family and to the Intkiuok Joun-n- at their new home in Richmond, Va., af- county, Ny. Sec. a The general nature of the business of MILES ter tho 20th. market has in one respect, at least, done l?ld, two years after his marriage to for publication. this corporation shall be to acquire real and perTo day nt noon Miss Mittie Crow nnd sonal property bt purchase, gift, divise or in an v some good. It has caused tho people Miss lilizn J. Curie, of Madison county. other way, and to sell, convey ami dispose of the action or the Mt. Mr. J. II. Monin will bo united in everywhere to be more economical. This, Taking an active interest in tho material same by sale or mortgage or otherwise , said prup used for Cemetery purposes At a meeting of the Stanford Bar and and political interest of the county from at Mr. 0. J. Crow's and leave at erty to3.be The amount of capital stock only. to nay the least of it, will prove benellcial authorized Sec, the start, bo was elected to tho legisla the otlicers of the Lincoln county courts onco for the groom's homo in Hardin to be issued in the name of the corporation shall l!i4Vlil:lllJ.'HgfW K iWii"MM in tho end, and as experience is tho best consist of not more than two hundred (aoo) shares' of teachers, it may be that in the future ture m 1850 and since then he has serv on the 27th day of December, KSS)0, Col. county, where he is a highly respected of the value of one dollar i$i) each, the same to be Twenty miles the Shortest to paid in nt the lime more care will be exercised by tho pub ed llvo sessions iu tho Senate and House, T. P. Hill v as elected chairman nnd J. young farmer. Miss Mittie is a very of this Company. and place of the organization B. Paxton secretary. Thereupon W. G. lovnble young Sec. lic generally in endeavoring to live with- being chosen speaker pro tern, of both. lady and has long been begin 4. 1 he business ol said corporation shall on the toth day ot October, 1890, nnd shall Making direct connections in Central Union dein their means. This economy upon the 110 wn.i ajwayH on tlio most important Welch, J. W. Alcorn and M. C. Saulley one of the Intkiuok Joviinal's especial continue in business for twenty-hvyears pot for were appointed a committee on resolu- favorites. She is not only handsonio in Sec 1. 1 he atrairs ut said corporation shall be part of tho people will force ilie dealers commUtees and took a leading part in Michigan Points, conducted by a Hoard of Directors, composed of St. Louis, Chicago, tions nnd afterwards reported tho follow- face nnd ilguie, but she is Detroit, Cleveland. a majority of whom Buffalo, who, in anticipation of the passage of the all general legislation. of n not less than fie stockholders, the Indianapolis and the West, shall constitute a quorum far transaction of He was n member of tlio legislature ing: mind and n heart that will make her a business Said Directors shall 1)0 elected annualMcKinley bill, laid in large supplies of Canada, New England, by Tho members of tho bar and the otli- jewel to any man. We congratulate staples that were regarded as indispensa- which put the present constitution into the ly Sec. the stockholders highest of indebtedness o New cers of tho courts of Lincoln county, call- fortunate groom and wish botli of them liability6.to The thts amount which corporation shall subje c Washington, Haltimore, Philadelphia. ble, with a view to extorting from the operation and iu tho 112 years oil" and on itself shall be of. the paid up capital Quickest time to Harrodburg, Frankfort. Ky , masses and making enormous profits, to that ho spent in the House of Represen- ed together by tho recent unexpected all the happiness that earth can bestow. stock. Shnrfre, and niviiiiiuiiu, inuirtlA Quickest line to Sec 7 She private property of the shareholddispose of their goods at reasonable rates. tatives, ho was able to secure the pass-ag- death of Thomas W. Varnon, judge of ers shall be exempt from the corporate debts CRAB ORCHARD. of many laws, which have proved of tho Lincoln county court, nnd desirous If now the farmers can bo enabled to reSec 8 The Hoard of Directors shall have pownot only to express their unaffected sor- and regulaMiss Alice Moore cave a birthdnv er to make and adopt such alize n just price for their corn, wheat, great benefit. He was for general Solid Trains, baggagi cars, smokimr cars and tions as they may deem proper, and by said row over tho event, but to hear teetimo-- J 1)nrty Saturday nfter the war ami to him id due may create such olliccs as may be necessary coaches, Pullman lloudoir blerpers through with-othe 27th. Tho to curry on tobacco, hemp and stock, it will not be change via Chattan.oga, H.rmiiighain, Merid the business of said corporation and long until business will revive and the much of the conservative legislation that ny also, with such adequacy as a memo- many who attended report an excellent shall prescribe the dutic of same. 'Ihey may lan making direct connection en route for Asheville, Lynchburg-anpoints in the prescribe in said bv laws the bonds required of country be restored to its accustomed led Kentucky out of the perils of military rial occasion may afford, to tho sterling time. any or all of said officers, and provide for the fillTho parties around through the ing of vacancies in said offices or tn the Hoard of usurpation and brought peace, order worth of their astfouiato and friend, do prosperity. neighborhood during the holidays have Directors, and may prescribe the compensation adopt and declare these resolutions: and equal rights to their Wilmine It was unfortunate that tho delegates Originally a whig, all. embraced know- - 1. An upright, just and good man has ' "Tonled the young folks much enjoy- - for anyq.of said oflicirs forbecomeservices of this At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Savannah, a member Any one mav Sec ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, ho Hrunswick, Lake City.'Ihomasvflle and FLORIcorporation by subscribing lor one or more shares to the constitutional convention could nothingism when it swept over the gono to his hist account. A familiar and ultJU,;. DA points. Sec. 10. 1 his Compeny shall have power to re, . not have been jhosou nt some other time country turns tree at tho linptist ceive donations by gift or by wtllor any other way The only line runiiinjr solid trains with chotce inn and afterwards attached himself honored presence has vanished forever and to loan sums, pro Ided the borrow er shall give Pullman lloudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to than the August election, when ho many to tho union church was a success. It was laden with security by mortgage or any other safe method ol without change lor any class of or third party. In 1SGI he from tho walks and wavs of men. In a s or of said fund security. The otlicea were to he filled. Tho temptation ,rew'"w a,m very one bo used, but theprincipal can be used for can neer SelmabairgiRe. ' was n delegate to tho coiivontion which serene and healthful old age, an old bro and Montgomery, Huntsulle, Decitur. Cemetery interest ."' to awap voles was 'such as to seriously nominated McClellan Hnrence Memphis nnd ARKANSAS points. and Pendleton in which were preserved and kept green 01n,H,1. .hl,I,,f; . Prof' Sn,ith 'avo a purposes Shoitcst and quickest to Anniston Selma, In testimony of tho foregoing, we, the underembarrass the choice of n Jit man to rep- and could himself "" ium ",0 UUK signed, have hereunto subscribed our respective Wiicrt connections made nt NEW '" m7ur have obtained the sec- toa singular degree tho uiicliilled faith f without omnibus transfer for Galveston resent the people in the important mat- ond place by Hon. W. 0. Hansford was full of en- - names. '1 his Nov 7 1S00. on tho ticket, but declined Houston, Austin, and tho elastic spirit of youth, in tho full NATHAN SINOUnON, ter of the formation of the organized law howitiK his love for dear old CKISMON (JOOCH, ho thought that a man from the possession of all his faculties and in tho ",,a.81"' TEXAS, MEXICO .AND CALIFORNIA. I) O. GOOCH, of tho land. In an excited race for conG T GOOCH, The only through lino to Jackson and Vuksburg, other sido of tho Ohio ought to be chos- full possession, too, of the confidence Crab Orchard, tho place of his birth, W P REYNOLDS Si Miss,, Shreveport La., making direct connections stable, sberiiror magistrate, the friends en. Since ho Miss Mary I'arrish left for Cincinna- became a democrat ho has and tlio atlectionato respect ol ...v. 'Wwithout omnihus transfer lor Dallas Fort Worth, , , various candidates would not hesof tho Austin San Antouia, El Paso and points in ,c,u "u '"Iwn ferjL. been the truest of tlio true nnd the party plo among whom ho had lived, ho has " , .!?' ,iii--i . itate to swap oil' the ablest man that has always delighted to honor him. Ho passed painlessly and quietly away, ws nini auiii, .ura. .si, J.lVIIlg- WEJ b'fi-- i 3rr5srsrrsi23K3wwvx TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORMIA. IVJB1 JJ i could be presented for delegate to tho jiirN.T R fl H "S flfl.UD i? 9 H 3 Jk a ?Hr3u ston. Mr. Curtis Egbert, who is nu em if necessary to the success of was chosen to till the . vacancy in tlio Coir Thomas W. Varnon was born in r.l..,. . r n. convention, Kor through rates correct county maps and lull . ... . r. o r information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky. the one they were anxious to elect. The county judgeship occasioned by the Itonrbon county, Ky within a few days' ' ",1I!8V,I,e 18 ?a&b2!l8&&!J2y or address HIANK V WOOLLEY, result of it has been, with n few honora- death of Judge Brown nnd sinco then of 73 years ago. In hia early manhood, opii.in.n mi- iiuuunva nun ms lamer ijJCJlSVUlf NIwAttUxY CHICACO hT ble exceptions, the selection of a body of has been three times elected to ami mother. J. S. Edmiston, who has D G EDWARDS. C.C.liARKY tho of- almost 50 years sinco, ho came to Linmen who do not seem to understand or (..PAT. A., purposes for which fice by an admiring constituency. In all coln county, and among us tho remain- been clerking for I). G. Slaughter, that Cin.inati O r.vHrt tliu obiectsand prince of merchants, la nt homo for n they liavo been chosen. The impression bis otlicial career ho was faithful to ev- der of his, life was spent. Ho had been Leasing both prevails that tho document that will ul- er) obligation and shirked no duty that a member of tho Kontucky bar more few days. Mr. John Lawson and family, forth will be so cumbrous of Louisville, who have been tho guests LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI timately be put de lived on him. than half a century. Ho had represent- of Mr. J. L. Stephens, and inconsistent as to render its adoption have returned Judge Varnon had been n widower ed his adopte I county in llvo General Daily, Secures to Travelers, by tho people n matter of considerable With scarcely uu exception, ev- soiii. DO years, his wife having died nfter Assemblies of tho State, four times in the home. Henry Miller, of Hazel Patch, is doubt. attotiiiini? Hwt nitriahrtna ifl. l.l f ery man you now meet asks this ques- bear.ig him three children, two of whom Lower House and onco iu tho Senate. :,'";" THE MOST RAPID ROUTE V. """'" ," 7 tion: "Why did they not take the pres- survive, Miss Mary Varnon and Wallace luun jviiuii multure. WHO linn judge of tho nciu. between Evet Thrice ho had been elected ent constitution, eliminate the slavery H. Yarnon. visiting at Paint Lick, has returned, cities onattempted River and the great commercial Chicago, and hence the Ohio Hetween the three thero was Lincoln county court and died in tho oc- been cause ntiil whatever objectionable feathe fastest time and rnoit comfortable train! betho courts, if an infection that was as strong as it was cupancy of that position. In this long, accompanied by her cousin, Miss Lula tween all points in the South, or to the West and tures it contained, remodel Misses this train on al Northwest. c& CO., necessary, and Bubinittho document to beautiful. It was indeed a happy fami- active and useful life ho never did a dis- MeClure. went to Mollio Brooks and Al- trunk lines is The (.ounterpartof Limited Express denominated The ma Miller Mt. Vernon to take peoplo and go homo?" This, they ly nnd the shock which tho rolling tho Christmas dinner with friends. Mr. The superbComtort. stock we employ gives patroni rudo hand honorable act, nor a doubtful ono. Even HUSTONVTLLB, KY. think, could hove been accomplished in Will Curaon accompanied Miss Nellie Unlimited 'onon. il Are still tn the business and ready to do any Say Mmon, get Monoaand stick t ono month after the organization of tho of death gave it is terrible to contem- in tho heat of political strife ho never Yantis as far ns Lebanon you wain to save money and have a pleasant Jw.. thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full convention. As it is, they act as though plate. No man over entertained n high- struck an unfair blow, nor fcheriahed n hor way to Atlanta, Ga. Junction, on ney stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinBs and Robti .Mr. Walter For lull bound to consider every Our they were er respect for a father than Wallace did moment's after resentment to an adver Beazley, who has been attending a den- etc. call oninformation, time cards,, maps, folders, of every detcription. on hearse, which is nearly or address nesv can b obtained short notice Kir. J. H and intended to hampor and tho lovo subject P. A., Louisville, Ky. W. G. CRUSH. T. between tho two was vory sary. A uravo, simple, mouesi genue tal school at Indianapolis, is horo for tho Green bas charge of business and will show IAS. HARKKR. O. P. A., Chicago, 111. the legislature of tho State by restrictions marked. Tho sympathy our goods to any one needins anything in our ofhundrods of man, hia ideals wero so high, hia honor holidays. Or W. U. McRO HERTS, Agl., Stanford, line that seem incredible. mT,. Ail j f J tlie j A. R. Penny j 11 iff J bluni'.'-seMiiiipli)- min-dei- j , .Joi-itxw- W&P WZJ. .'' s'JJF' L Watches and Jewelry ' ELECTION NOTICE. WARREN y Farm For Sale. . grand-futher- s, ofre T. 11 v-- h 1 "' - FORS,SLX.E. "comfoft- :m , Farm For Sal. -- . 84-- ti 4 WUX.X. BOHIKTG. dwS Har-rodsbur- g, " VwffS ' tele-grap- j POSTED. 11 N011-ralg- ia FOB, . well-belove- d May-woo- wide-awak- e Joi-n-nai.- '' 77-t- f -- Articles of Incorporation al (&;2'MLEi 11 mnr-rin- ge fiM'M o post-esse- York, Boston, one-ha- lf o nm-nest- y by-la- nij-h- t, Knox-vill- e, CAHL)(NA9 lack-sonvil- le passen-ger- "1, -- '.. Mo-bil- e. o - ." T f, I"",. ,.',.., - mom LeiMt Q- A NEW FAST MAIL ..., J. T. STJTTOIT con-cievub- lo 6a.tf Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal! j ,, Stanford, Ky., - December 30, 1890 W. f. walton. The Bijou Theatre, Minneapolis, was burned Sunday morning. Loss between $30,000 and $40,000. James Devine is under arrest at Harrodsburg, charged with attempting to him using his eflorts against tho Force kill his infant child. We to to bill and tho other iniquities that tho reTho Masonic temple at Baltimore, to we publicans are pressing on the country. Md., costing f4')0,000, wiw completely It isn remarkable fact that tho eloquent gutted bv fire Thursday. Senator's voice was not heard against Two men attempted to rob a street tho McKinley bill, nor against the other car driver in Indianapolis, but ho killed partisan measures that have been enact- one and ran tho other off. ed. Neither was that eloquent voice A California physician has put in a heard at all during the last campaign in claim for fame by announcing that he to to to by the doubtful or any other Congressional has discovered a cancer cure. , u,u, u utor pfiNo splu every ice ,, district. Tho democracy has done a The republican postmaster at we Spnator Blackburn and great deal for Mist., was killed by n druggist CloaJts. $'C. these things ought not to be thus. .L whom ho was trying to shoot. be to we be ' so Kinch Freeman, a negro murderer, Undkii the law tho justices elect a nr county judge to fill a vacancy until the was hanged in his cell in the jail at following August election, and the clerk Winston, X. C, by a masked mob. A Mercer county firm shipped f00 is charged with informing them of the vacancy and fixing a day for them to extra good sheep to Richmond, Vb., for meet and elect. Mr. Cooper has fixed which thev received 5 cents at home. Isaac Sawtellowho killed his brother next Monday for the electton and notiWe to form. Al- to get possession of his father's estate, fied the justices in prescribed ready there are many candidates. Mr. was sentenced to hang at Dover, X. H. Mrs. John Dietrich and three of her W. E. Varnon, the son of the dead judge, children were burned to death by fire, is one and if tho usual sentiment, which is n most commendable one, prevails, to which destroyed their home at Rochesgive the family the benefit of an unex- ter. Tho Engineering News says that pired term, when they can present a successor, ho will be chosen. 5,775 miles of new railroad have been competent The other candidates aro Squire M. C. laid in the l S. this year, or 700 more 000." Main Street, Stanford, Ky, 11. Fortman, Judge W. 0. Hansford, D. B. than last. , FOR FARMERS AND TRADERS. On Bonnet's Fork, near Middlepbo-roEdinistou and J. A. Cliappell, while sevRobert Howard killed Louis Koolwr-ge- r Pronouncod Hopeless, YotSivvod. eral more capable gentlemen are spok Robert bind bought of Owens, of Ati.i . Kurd, of Krom a letter written by Mr with a hatchet under no provocation Rockcastle, a harness maro for $125. en of. Grntoii, S 1) we quote "Wit taken with a (ml 1- my li"V. touijh f in .ami on cold, whatever. The tobarcosales in Louisville roach- - finallywhuh tctllfd in consumption Four lotnrt So fah as this section is concerned the tcntniiatrd Mrs. Mordecai Boswell, of Marlboro, mr up yine, Win. Arnold sold to J. W. Bales (!2 gave ranrlf upturn)- ioiiIJ lur hnt hort Itime t year just closing was one of peace and Md., has just eclipsed the record by giv Savior, determined if could Cave cattle nt 41. Rich not ty with my friend on Mflh Mould turn VK of prosperity and wo at least have no es- ing birth to triplets the second time head WILL RKTIRlv FROM THK MFJtCANTILE HUSINESS my atet t on- above. My husband wn mond Register. pecial reason to remember it with reto get I)r Kinc't New IMcovery lor Conum-tton- , in two years. gave ll tnnl, tool In and Cold i Couch in Stanford, and now extend to our friends and ntro..s our kindest ed 144,012 hogsheads this year, tho larggret. The earth rendered a reasonable it cured me nnd II. K. liny, of Boyle, has announced est in its history and 10,000 more than all eight bottle ,andhahearty woman." thank Cod I am not a well TruU bnt return for the husbandman's labor, no himself n candidate for tlo free at A. K Penny's drug 'tore, tegular the legislature, last year thanks for their patronage, which has been highly appreciated. epidemic visited us and nothing occur5e cent ami $i in the Advocate, subject to the action of W. Webb, of Boyle, bought of W. red out of tho regular order of things. Our books will be found at tiic old stand and we ask a prompt remitdemocracy. Eupopay. It was a fairly good old year and if tho the There are 1541 towns in tho United Jordan Groves, of Greennburg, 2S bead This what you ought to have, in tact jou of fa, cattle, averaging 1,733 pounds nt mux hnve K to fullr tnjo life lrouand are tance from those who are indebted to us. Very respectfully, new brings us nothing worse wo should tenrrhtng for it daily nnd mouriiinir bnauethf) with 10,000 and over inhabitants. Personally we have States nil bo satisfied. H. Glasgow Times. And it not. Thousand upon thnuhtndt of dollar, Massachusetts leads with 37 while Kenby our the hope J. T. Sutton, of Williamsburg, repre- iri' spent annually thi boon people inyt it maythat prospered and to those who have assistbe they ma) attain And tucky has but five. Lumber Co., had by a.l. We guarantee that Klcitric Hitter, senting the Kentucky ed to that end, wo feel unfeigncdly Snow has fallen in tho West Virgin bought of S. M. Owens mules at $180 if uted aciordiMir to direitHHn aaid the u per grateful. With tho compliments of the titled in, will Irm(f you Heti.n and oatt ia mountains to an average depth of 36 th demon ilypepM and inxall inalcad KupeMy and of E. P. Woods at same price. season we extend to our patrons the reWe commend Klecmc Hitter for dvMcpaw and inches arid in some places it is bunked to ilomarli and kidney In ISM tho Derby distance is to be all dnee of the newed assurances of our most distinSotil yx and i per bottle at A K Penny', tho height of 13 feet. cut down to U miles, the Clark stakes to drug at guished consideration. store. The Maverick Bank at San Antonio, U, while fillies will only tho.T year-olMtlort' Norvo nnd Liver Pillu of three weeks, has A cehtain class as usual celebrated Texas, after a run miles in tho Kentucky have to go 1 Acton a tie principle regulating the liver, closed its doors. Liabilities $S 14,104; the nativity of tho Savior of the World itnmncli and bowel through the neriet. A new Oaks. , l)r Mile' I'lIU pee. lily cure dlfccevery by wreaking in a carnival of murder-Th- nominal asets Sl,7SD,i)15. "MODKI. tmd tate, torpid lirr, pil, coiMtiaatklu The farmers have succeeded in tearJohn Q. Thomas, while acting as ing tho tobacco warehouse combine out lnnualrd for men, women, children Smallest, For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats of all daily papers wru filled with ackinds Cream Cheese mihleM, turett o loe aj cent. Sample fire counts of homicides, which caused al- Santa Clans, at tho Second M. K. of its designs and tho association hascon-veye- at A. H fenny', Stanford Crackers, Maccaroni, Pickles, Hominy, Sauces, Olives, Mince Meat, most rivers of human blood to flow, sent Church, nt Marion, Ind., was burned to Puddine, Dried Fruits, Prunes, Raisins, Currants, Nuts and Candies. its property back to tho original An Important Mutter. souls unprepared into tho presence of death, his clothing taking fire from a gas owners. Pr 'tftlMi ot ih.it th rrporl their Maker, brought pain and anguish jet. food aad Also plain and fancy Glass and Qtieensware, Lamps and Lanterns of O. S. Smith, of Lynnville, Tenn. Uio llrttorafx' N- - rrln" a rt iFive negroes, who were arrested for tndiein ar tnuihin ur Ihlntr punishto their friends and remorse and every description. bought of Winter Brewer, 20 mul s at tbny ever ha I. whilr it tr unipr.iil Mtuf..-linE. II. Riggan, in lu ti"i ucbe rir..un perpetrators. Strange that tho murder of Dr. iriplntni, ment to tho $100; of Wm. Vanarsdall IS at tho same surual drl.i iij hacucfc", poof nmm.rr. flu Mecklenburg county, Vn., and commitHe is now receiving and opening the largest and finest stock of Holisuch an occasion should bo taken for N price and of Ware it Vermillion 50 at Amtr-r- Jt M U Jtii'ion A. '... TiujSlien Y ted to jail, were taken from there and C irvht of II frK. mt, and day Goods and Toys ever brought to this market. Buch devilish work It 'niHiiliiiii., A Co. of Kort Vfaynr, $75. Harrodsburg Sayings. lynched. hundred of uiw.rtie nemr engaged dHd an inet.ia a wn eh kit ih'i r.ipntl or Several of our feeders have e.M w After drifting nbout in life boats for The storm which visited us Christmas hogs at 4 cents for Juno de- MTr h icii . nl. frt i.n Triil Ik.iv r or thi eight days the crew of the sunken bark the slop-fe'I book o N'errou seems to have covered the whole counIfro. t iiinliciii- Dcsatti A refuse to engage at that It Pi nny'i. who guur .ulfei nj try. There was great destruction to rail- Fred Richards, 20 In number, were res- livery. Others hogs will bo very high in froi at tecou iiid it rrntlttrci) in 1.11c roads and tolegraph and shipping along cued by the bark Felo, which arrived at price thinking COMER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. the spring. Anderson 2ews. frvl m mny Pfrinl In ltum., la aj tho Atlantic coast suffered severely. Up Brunswick, Oa., Wednesday. Tho Harrodsburg Sayings says that rnnrftlitj,A In rMjnnrl tn ofi-tiu.ipinr .. xa4 la Tom Scott, a Somerset policeman, -t h in Vermont tho mercury went to 40"? bea ni.'Uf eU1l heth. shipped from that place c."u of IMlttr In lif- - If th nl.t do ant , low. There has been no severer storm shot Ed Owens, when tho latter inter- Taylor k Co. clrrvjiMr tirop'rly irnh Coffee, ihrra bort. Sugar, Tea, Molasses, and SI geese. nrM of hrrnth mihma, rte m lb Syrups, Honey, dlut . for years, not since 1S50, says tho Lex- fered when he was trying to tnnko a Friday, 1,200 turkeys lud, Salt, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, 7 nnd S cents a pound for the pnln. hrMlaehn, rtr . In th atnuinca, Lard, Flour, Meal. ington Gazette, when one almost similar negro stop dancing. Tho wound was in They paid lmllRnon, faint etc . la thi Ilrar, turkeys and 30 cents each for the geese. tfirpldlt. cnnRlin, etc Pain la tho leit ild. raged and did great damago to shade, tho scalp and not dangerous. lorn rich ttratu The Elizubethton-- News reports the shoulder and ronlMlte. I)reanid hy heartCure for For all thee A young man named Pink Davis Mici'Nrw fruit and forest trees. the heart and Imir. th tieit round;. Sotd, was instantly killed near Loretto by fall- sale of 125 mules by a Hardin county cunrnntffd nnd commended bj A. It. Ptuur. Spices, Cheese, Maccaroni, Flavoring Extracts, Money must bo getting scarce in the ing from a moving train. Just beforo farmer to an Atlanta man for $15,000 Treatise free ri Raisins, Figs, Citron, Prunes, is tho largest sale of Currants, U. S. treasury when tho president vetoes ho fell ho was seen on the rear platform and says: This Parlor and Hall Lamps, Full Line of Plain ami Fancy Candies, mules ever made in tho county by one n public building bill for $75,000 at Ba,r acting as if ho wero asleep or drunk. Harbor, Me. Ho has been in tho habit (Jueensu.m- and Tinware Mrs. John Sullivan, of Orange, N. firm. When Babj wn Mclc, wo rito her Cnstbria. of doing such things for tho South but J., on Nov. 19 was delivered of a healthy Tho Kentuckian says that Oilman this is the first instance that ho has tried infant, which still lives and flourishes. Brent have shipped to Boston from Par- When Rho tra.4 u Child, sho cried for Outorli. Mlrw, sho clung to Crwtorla. he it on the North. There is surely Last Tuesday this fruitful woman gave is, Floiningsburg, Carlisle ami Richmond When is birth to a second child, equally healthy this season 270,327 pounds of turkeys, a When she had ChlHrvn, she gave thum Custorla. the matter when such a halt called especially in Reed's own king- and strong as the first. total of 32,000 head. Another firm shipdom. ped 70,000 pounds. Some cowardly scoundrel wrote on Tho racers belonging to tho estate of Thk president has issued his World's the blackboard at Miss Bertha Parks' proclamation-invitin- g all tho na- school at Columbia, Ind., that her father A UL'Ust Belmont sold at auction as fol Fair tions of tho earth to join us in the ex- had murdered his parents 20 years ago lows: Potomac and Raceland to Miko MT. VERNON, KY. hibits, though most of them will be bar- and when she saw it sho went into a fit Dwyer for $25,000 and $7,000 respective ly; Phil Dwyer bought Prince Royal for Hnteli still maintain Thu old and red by tho McKinley high taritTbill. In and died a raving maniac. P. C. Coppago, formerly operator at $5,000; Masher brought $0,000 and in it fine reputation. Charge reatonable. Sp fact it looks like inviting n guest to dinI.aTos-ca- . cial attention to the traveling public B Uk g Wk W ner and then charging him for it. Tho Junction City and chief dispatcher at Hough Brothers gave $13,000 for B M.P NEWCOMH. Prop.. The others sold equally well. is to open May 1, 1S03, and Somorset and Chnttanoaga, on tho Cinexhibition Mt. Vernon, Kjr, M. J. Earns tells the Advocate that cinnati Southern, has been appointed last till October following. he has great confidence in tho future of National Building Loan Association,! superintendent of tho Chattanooga, for Senatoii Inoalls is laying deep and Rome and Columbus Railroad. the cattle trade. Ho bought a number OK LOUISVILLE, KY, devilish plots to secure his return to the "CstorluiMwflUdaptMtochU-lrcnUuA New York dispatch says that it of lots of feeders at 3J and some comCnatorU enrt Colic, OonKtlpntlon, , Botir Ktomach, l)LirrhaA. I recommend It an sujK'rlor to atij prescription Senate and says ho is confident of suc- cost tho Duchess of Marlborough $J70,-1- mon cattle at 2 J to 3. Ho also bought of JOHN II. LEATHERS, President; KUU Worm, Klii Mwp, and prunotnl di- Laown to mo " It A. Antrum, H. I),, JOHN L DUNLAP.Vice-Pre.idenhe has 71 votes sure 300 barrels place, ceeding. Ho claims to get a titled husband. By an Finch, on the 111 So. Oxford St., lJrooklu, N, Y, tout lujurioiui medication. and tho other 12 will como when thoy agreement with tho creditors she has in- of corn at $2.25 in tho shock, and from Tho Safest and Best Investment Tub CkmtaCX Coupikt, 77 Murrnjr Stwt, V. Y. Tho irridescent states- sured her life for their benefit and Tip Bruce 75 tons of hay in tho stack nt nro necessary. 0 in the State. 20 cents per 100. man has bought Kansas legislators liko is to go towards its liquidation out Due 60 cents per share per month No deductions sheep before and ho may not bo reckon- of hor income each year. from montlilj- dues for any purpose. ing without his host. The Finest on Earth. Three brothers noted for their desThe Cincinnati, Hamilton .V Dayton R R. it perate characters, went to Hinckley, the only line running Pullman's l'ertccted Safety Paid 12 Per Cont. tho First Yoar You feel tiredPo you kn(rv Ofhimnc.s, Thk selection of Mr. Henry Watter-soaicrjuni; unair etitmieu day and attempted t nnd Dinini? trains, wiin hetwenn Cincinnati. In- - Everv 56 no invested on 10 shares Kami IS oo. wlmt it ineuiiH? Ti'oii nro iter, Car service fill tho vacancy on tho National Minn., Christmas to shttfl. li run tho town. Marshall Booth tried to dianapolis arm Chuai;o and is tho only For particulars, wnto C. M. PHILLIPS, votis Why? You cough in tlie Democratic Committee caused by tho A1IIUUK" I(U1HHI, VM. II .. O. . "V ." ry mcbumuiiio, f they iwf.UF...M.L. , auuiviucf f III. quiet morning Do you realiro tho cause; death of CoL.MclIenry is eminently de- on them, but tko drew their pistols c nnatl, Keokuktoand bprmi;ficUlp theand Sleeping oiji Mailtnaw, and Ctr Cincinnati him. Then officer drew his and YournpiKjtiteisiHwr What makes served and proper and the State commit Only firing it empty, succeeded in killing two Ilctwecn Cincinnati, Direct Line. Tgltdo, Deit so? You beem liko a elianged Dayton Luna, tee is to be congratulated on its action. troit, the Lake Region and Canada. and wounding the other severely. person to your friends Do you is eminently a man of Mr. Watterson he road is nc of the oldest in the State ot know whnt is tho matter, or hna Ohiound the only line entering Cincinnati over 2$ affairs and a democrat in whom there is Tho WinilsorThuatre whs crovrdutl yes- miles of doubltttrack, and from it pan record can tlio chnngo been ho gradual it haa no guile. terday nntl Duncan Clark'u female min- more than assure it patrons speed, comfort and safety. escaped your notice? everywhere, and see that they Tickets CaveatB.and Not many papers iu Kentucky or any strels made one of thereatebt; successes rend C , IIon.V sale either in or out of Cincinnati, ent bualneDs conducted forohtalned, and all PatD , Moderate Fees. You havo ConBiiiaptlonl Our Office is Opposite II. S. Patent Office, whero elso can say what tho Richmond ever scored in this house by a Bitnilar or- Indianapolis or Toledo.O MlCORMICK E. 1L and wo can seen ro patent In less tlmo than thoeo ganization. The first part was very enWo do not Bay tin's to frighten General Passenger and Ticket Agent. Register does that in an existence of 21 rcmoto from Washington. . you, hut it iattuo. Thcso nro tho euro Bymptonis of this terriblo dibeaso Thero Scud model, drawing or photo., with ' years it has never missed an issue or joyable and the jokes were refreshingly ot Wo adviee, If patentable or tint, frco Bucklen's Arnica Salve is ono tlung winch will check it and that ia charpo. Our fc not due till patent In secured. been over 4 hours late in coming out. new and created much liearty imhter. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, A Pamphlet. "How to Obtain Patent," with many papers in The olio was well arranged ami the dif- sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores,alltetter, chap- names ofactual clients In your State, county, or But then there aro not skin crup ped hands, chilblains, corns and town, sent free. Addrcgs, Kentucky or elsewhere liko tho Register ferent members of the organization pre tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirIt Is recommended by the host physicians In Knropo and America. speciHlties which wero well re ed. It is guaranteed to k'tvo perfect satisfaction. 85 rent, DO cents uud S I.Ort per Hattle. in general excellence and solid reliabil sented lor money refunded. Price 35 cents per bo. Ceived. The young ladies Who make up ' yor sale by A. R. Penny, Suutord, Ky. W. H. HOOKER & CO., 46 Broadway, New York. ity. Opposite Patent Office, Washington, 0. C. The Washington correspondent of the CourierrJournal gushes most gushingly over tho speech of Joe Blackburn in the Frank Ward cnso in that city, which it claims acquitted tho murderer. It may bo all very well for a Kentucky Senator to employ the time for which his constituents pay him, in defending murder ers, but they had much rather hear of Louisiana Lottery Co., died Sunday. Tho London Lcho records tho death of Mrs. Henry Cliappell at Pittsburg. James Say re, aged 23, was thrown from a wagon and killed at Lexington. Tho China steamer Shanghai was burned on the Yang Tso Kiang and 200 lives lost. Twenty houses were burned at Columbia, Tenn., Sunday, causing a lo.-s ZT7Z, nt the combination aro handsomo and woll of tho formed and dressed with good tasto and tho groupings, tableaux and marches aro especially worthy of commendation. Tho dudes' parade and maypolo quadrille were notable features of a very pleasing bill. Boston Herald, Nov. 15. Don't fail' to see them at Walton's Opera House, January 5th. CHURCH AFFAIRS. At The Louisville Store The rush has been unprecedented. From early mom until late at night our store has been crowded with eager buyers; and why ? Because the' people hnow that what we offer is always the best to be found and sold at the lowest possible prices. Being J I of $50,000. Car-rollto- n, Rev. F. S. Pollitt's meeting at resulted in 15 additions. Rev. A. S. Motl'ett'fl church has increased his salary from $1,'-'0-0 to $1,500 a year, a pleasant surprise for him on his return from a foreign tour next month. Rev. F. S. Pollitt has done n grand work this year at Harrodsburg. According to his report published in tho Democrat there have been HI additions to his church. Since last year their handsomo and commodious church building has been finished, and tho parsonage repair ed. Tlu'Y have also contributed between 350 and $400 to various purposes. Tho Sunday school numbers 127 pupils. The Baptist church at tho same place has added 40 to its membership and the First Presbyterian 05. A Columbia, Tenn., paper refers to the fact that Elder II. W. Million- ey, has been pastor of the Calvary church ju tho Santeo Association in South Carolina, for 00 years and that in 100 years the church has had but two pastors. The old gentleman is tho father of Rev. R. B Mahoney, pastor of the Baptist church of Columbia, Tenn., who is rapidly building up the church. Tho same paper rays: "Our Mr. Mahoney will celebrate his first anniversary on Sunday next, and s the year has been an exceedingly one, sohio very valuable members have been added and tho church debt of $2,000 has been reduced to about Per-ryvilpros-porou- le Wholesalers as well as Retailers, buy in qiui.ntiti.es large enough enable us buy direct from manufacturers and first hands; the middle man's profit give our customers. In order ALL FOR GLORY! increase our sales as great amount as possible and beat, rcr.uras. jui will article in our nouse at prices ourselves could not replace them at. Special sale of our entire line that Boots, Blanhets, Comforts, Flannels, Jcmis, of Clothing, Ml must sold, and sell them have made the prices that they will Within the Reach of Every One. happy New Year. extend our heartfelt thanlts our vast army of friends and patrons for their liberal patronage during the past year, and wish them all a very :'l THE . I -, LOUISVILLE I STORE SALINGER, Manager. After January 1891, n 1,022-poun- d I iidvi-e- d I I .'5 1 (1 HIGGINS & McKINNEY. .go ro. livt-r- , 10 A. A. b,llo-nei- WARREN'S GROCERY" ,X i d n-- ir-.- j I e . in d Fine and Staple Groceries, FARINACEOUS "; I lurf-n. i nr, , "pr-h- . n I i .OIS: - tV. some-Uiin- g H1RK HARDXJf. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL I 83-t- t. J V .M I Infants and Children. Unu-utlon- 21 t. $50,-00- To-da- - n Iine-run- . 00 -- WHAT V- -? -- 1 mm -Trade-Mark- YOU AILS s dcecrlp-tlon- Miun a lulls' 1 DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY We, i C.'A.SNOW&CO. "H lpi Hi- --' m Jf -- - jf ftffWi J iMi , 1NH "-- ll' T av ar - ' - " f - '. S r- l"A i ' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoimal , Candies nt reduced prices nt mer's. Zim- - Hoi. Tho vouni! neonle ..... , -- , . Stanford, .Ky DcciiMunit ."0,1890 HiaiiEST cash prico paid for hides nml furs at M. K. Klkin. fc Go's. tonight. .. v..,r . will L'ivo an I I I will make cabinetpicturcs on ThursAt day and Friday at the very low prico of B.O.WA1.TON, Que. a present of a basket of lino candies ntul t'2 per dozen. Those wishing work done Wiiii.k descending the steps in the fruits call nt H.S'. Myers'. at that low figure should call on those rear of her room Christmas day, one of candy is un- them gave way and Mrs. J. K. Hruce days. A. J. Jiirp. MEANS BUSINESS. Cheap Danokiioub. m healthy. Go buy the pure, recoinmen-de- was thrown violently to tho ground, Tin: residence nt Danville of W. J. by physicians, from W. JJ. Mcllob- - painfully injuring her thigh. She lias Uohoti, the pooular Kvkiiyhoiiy invited to call at A. It. drummer, was burncrtfl. been confined to her bed ever since, but ed Friday night. Lots :5,5tO, insured for f2,OO0. The furniture was insured Penny's nml examine, hisstock of beanti-Ju- l McKinney ore is improving. TiiKflrm of Higgins . for .51,000, but most of it was wived. .xbVSSw H enroll oc vl invoicing their stock to A twio 1!0 inches long covered with and useful holiday prveuntH. (ino order ice wns weighed by Mr. Wearen, who will open in Hrightaud John NEW AllVKUTISKitms. New Year's day. showed 2 ounces. Stripped of the ice PERSONAL POINTS. In Men's, Ladies' and Children's. the twig itself weighed only J an ounce. Ah 11! of the 16 magistrates are demo(Mit and Miis. J. T. Lvnn returned to crats, no republican cnudidnto linn had Thisshows the tremendous weight the REPOKT OP THE CONDITION misvillo yeHlerday. the hardihood to announce his candida- trees were subjectod to nnd leaves no wonder that the limbs snapped like pipe Mips Mahy I)cni.ai of Dun villi1, is tlio cy for the county judgeship. THE NATIONAL DANK OF HUSTONYILL E stems. t'wt of Minn llalley. Watchkh have been selling so rapidly Mu T. A. Kii'e, of Montgomery, Ala., at husto.vvii.lh Masonic Ki.kction. At tho annual that A. It. Penny was forced to order E. & W. CufTs, liero with Ins many Lodge, No. In Ihe State of Kentucky, al thoclwcof butims election of ollicerafor Lincoln Mu. a.ndMiw. Tiiomah I'iikwh, of Mad inoro by telegram on Friday nnd thoy Bc 19, i8qo. arrived Saturday. Now is tho timo to (10, A, Y. M., Saturday, tho following ison, nro vieitiiiK at Mr. H. Cobb's. KILSOUKCtiS. woru chosen: H. J. Darst, W. M., J. V It. Clahdy, of Frankfort, spent the buy at cost, ....'iit t6 . Clancy, S. W., Geo. L. Penny, J. W., A I.oant and divtoium Dhduys with Mr. Thoiniis Iisley. j,i9i 08 holidays C. Sine, Secy., A. H. Penny, Treas., S. S. Oterdrifti,ecureil atid'Hnsecured With nno exception tho U S Kondt to icctire cireulHtMti . -,. Miss Katk Cook, of lliintonvilk', is passed oil' without a disturbance of anv Myers, S. I)., W. H. McPherson, J. L.. J. Due from approved ferve a'cnU Biting lier slater, Mrs. G. H. Cooper. kind. This speaks well both for the II. McPhereon, Chaplain, A. T. Nuiinol-leyS- . Due from other .Vationjl Itaiika '1,457 J Mu. M. II. Houston, of IiOiiisville, Due from Slate Hanki and Hanker!.... people nod the excellence of Marshal AT. Kwil estate, furniture and future his lady friend. Nowlar.d's service. is hero this neelc to i(JOo 00 In Tics, Puffs and Uows, Mufflers Silk and Woolen, Mu. John A. McKoiikkts went to Hki.I) Ovkk. Harr son Hickman, col- Current eipcnsci and taxes paid xaji 5 Premium on U. S. Hnnds , j4, g .t unpbellsvillu Saturday to visit his sb- entered Higgins k McKin-ney'- s ored, was tried yesterday before Judge Tm i:eh ncckt ana other caih items '3 &J r. store 1'riday night, but up to date, Carton for stealing a pair of boots, a ring IlilU of other llanln J,J6 co I.csLlK Vii.ho.n, of Iezinyton, spent nothing has been missed. The entrance and several other little tricks from Mr. Fractional paper currency, nickel and cent 8 ( uverul days with relatives and friends was ollcdcd through one of the doors, C. C. Withers and was held over till cirSpecie 7.1JJ 00 and as tho lock was damaged, a match cuit court in $200 bond which he failed I.iljal tender iwtei m ATiiert. . l,uO 00 Miss Kii.k.h Hallolt camo up froin key is believed to lyive been used. to give. He had been working for Mr. Kvdempuon fund ttli U. S. Ti J per cent, of circulation..... omerset and spent Chribtuias with her W. and had been given the liberty of go J&l JO Tiik only good result of tho slcut is nrents. Total ing about his house. e $77.J' tops of the trees in the LiAiiiLrniis.' Mini Jkvsir Johnson, of'McKinncy, that the yard were broken oil', leaving the Mr. A. H. Clarke, Capital itock paid As WkSisi-kctkI)- . $JO,ff) o t the KUtst of Mioses Cettio and Helen face of the clock unolwtired. Speaking . of Liberty, writes the Louisville Times Surplus fuml IO OOO Thurmond. UtkAtxtiAA MiwitW of the clock, it stoppud short Christmas that he is not only not a brother of Sue 7t94 " . ..Jli. .'"T""""7;" .. Mu a si) Mils. J. T. Chaio are down day nt '2:'X, r. M.nnd did not resume ll,s 00 Monday, but no relative whatever. He inaivrauai ,..lc,nlu,IMH aepown DUIwt t ckck from HiiHtouville, the of Mrs. IV .37 U till Suudav. Dealer In further says that Gen. Woolford claims Due to other National IUhWi nulla Ilrown. 4.H 17 llaaksnnd ltenken that he did n6t tell the Columbia Spec- Due 7.140 04 Mu U ('. Stadkii, formerly of this am untitled by the ToTkachkiis. Note and bill .... A1STD 6.77 S4 GROCERIES p'aie, but now of Ixitiisvillo, is in town State Superintendent that the Jnnunry tator that he was, bet those who know Total will th general's propensity in that lino 4i77J'l for a few days. Glassware, Tinwaro, &c. drait will hardly reach me by tho flrit STATU OF rTKNTUCKV 1 ' Mn. II. liitou.v, of Now Albany, spent Saturday, but very soon thereafter. side with the editor in the mutter. County of Lincoln, Has on hand a'frcsh supply of canned goods ol every description, a pjrtion of the holidays hero looking af- Teachers will confer a very cre.it favor !,otlier' CMhier f Tiik pnragraph in the hint ibsueoftl.is Hank, do solemnly u ear that thethe above named maccaroni. beans, prunes and in fact everything found in fa s above statement ter lis interests. by (tilling for their funds early next puper predicting a bright and bracing is true to the beet of my knowledge ,Q belief U". HOCK Kit. Cashier. J. Mil J. SrKKLK CAItf'KNTWt, of the week. W. 1. McClary, Superintendent. grocery. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, day for Christmas cnuswln face'ious Subscribed aad mr 10 brfor. nw this j6th dav West nd, is here under Dr. J. 0. Carof Dec , taoo O. K. I'liACOCK X. ' raisins, &c, in great variety. Give my Nudavenc, something new, Mt. Vernon to suggest that wo M. C Mips Maiiy Cahtkr'b school near Mr Correct attest penter's treatment. D. S. laitxTON a trial. week after a pleas apply for Greely's place as weathoi preMit. T. J lUwi.r.y, ono of thu bust men Cormacks closed last KOWAKD AUOR i.v, D11 profitable session. Thu pupils varicator As tho prediction was made J KoaiNw.V, in the Itailway Mail isorvleo, was here ant mid were delightiully Htirtirisd by a treat 6f on Gen. Greely's forecast and as wo ythtt rdsy on liiiriiiii'rxi'. have uojnspiratious in that line, we deXi t!75S Mlhiis Sot (iiHhon iukIJou Steele, of fruits and candies. Miss Mary huh cline the suggestion with thanks, Liis!? Ben REPOItT OP THE CONDITION 5 visiting Misses proved a worthy and ellieient instructor ltuiislMiiia, have Iteen we could never strike widur ami the parents were much pleased with Watch Inspector L & X. R. R., dealer in Maud and Mni;io Welch. of the mark thiiti the present incumbent THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Kl and Mai. it. 13. Maiionky, of Co- her. does sometime. cu IW "B " r r AT STAXKOKI), lumbia, Tenu., arrived yesterday to visit A ri:w months ago M. Salinger, of" the ftfSO ft Hkmovalh. the family of A. K. Penny. This is moving week and In the State of Kentucky, at the close of business biuisville Store, began giving a ticket Dec. 19, ilrjo. Mis In 1'hkwitt spent Christinas with Mich dollar's worth of goods sold, tho following fiunilies will cbaimo tliuir Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. with Mrs. W. P. Tate. Clarenco Tate of rumdoneo: Mrs. W. F. Melvin-neKKbOURCKS. which entitled the holder to a chance in places was also over from will move to tho boost now occu- Loans and discount! l37.4 74 Yestera handsome plush pnrlor set. Overdrafts, y Miss Maiiy MtKinnky returnwl pied by Hew Hen Helm; Mr. J. V. Rout L' S. Bonds secured aad to secure circulation day in the prehenco of Judge Carson, . J0.04O CO Mr. W. Stock, securities, claims etc from a very delightful visit to I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) CapL Hicbards, Judge Shelton and a re- and family will tako rooms at 14,36900 11 Mr. Due from approved reserve ),'eHt Miss I Alia Yapr, at Ixmisville. 4,780 44 porter of this paper, tho drafting took M. Ijickey's, on Lotnn nvenue; Due lrom other National llanks . Mu S It. Ki:NM'.m, dispatcher at 50 place when 629 showed up as the lucky C. Karris will occupy tho houso vacated flu.. Irnm Stni .....,,, it ....J nunKors 99 W. F. McKinnoy and Dr. L. 11 camo up Sunday to take his , were just 7,200 tickets by Mrs. number. There '""'"hi.-- lurnuureand fixtures...... 0.130 00 -of Uurnsido, who will horeaftor Current expenses md taxes paid father's family home with him. in tho box. The holder of the ticket can 0ok, 3.39 S Stanford people, Premiums on U. S. llonds Mr. ami Miis. L H. Kamsky and thu , 3,000 00 now claim us nice a set of furniture its is cat his lot with tho will take the ri'sidnnco vacated by Mr, Checks and other cash items children and Mr. (Seorpj Kainsey, of in anybody's parlor. M4 17 Kxchnj;e for .'..!!". LexuiKtoii, aro at Mr. W. K. Ramsey's. Farris; Mr. J. E Farris will will return Hills uf other Bonks .".."." H3 00 Misn ni)i.i.u: Williams and Mrs. Nan-ni- o Tiik Advocate tells of tho handsome to his country homo and Mrs. William Fractional paper currency, nickels and of HiiHtouville, aro quests monument just erected in memory of Wearen and Mrs. John James, of Lancents Owens, 16 5? Specie of Itev. and Mrs. .S. Williams. Klizn Col. W. F. Evans. It whs his retpicbt caster, will take the house they leave. 8.J8? 73 I.egj tender notes -Is Receiving His 5,tSono buthtovui News. that his lody be placed above ground, Redemption fuml with U. S. Wk have more than once hud to Missks Oiia 1'siK'ii and Ixni Hocker, and his wish hxs been gratified. The jpsreoHt. of circu alien...... 5,350 00 of tho iniserablo conduct of the who spent a portion of the holidays work is a monument and sarcophagus Letters mailed Total.. - .........Sjsn.cio 12 with Miss Sallie Klkln, near Lancaster, combined and is of Vermont granite. Middlesboro Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. p.issed through yesterday to their homes Two receptacles for the bodies aro cut to parties thero never reach them and Capital stock paidI.IAH1I.ITIBS. in Jso,ooo 00 great difllculty in at Hiistonville. out of an immense Atone, upon which our bubscrihers hnvo Tiirpiu una .....,. 16,500 00 .."""" Maj. W. 15. Hvi.t.irr, member of the the shaft gracefully rises to a great bight getting their papers, while homu Bay Ui.JividJ profit . 14,017 96 A C SINK. J. N. MENEFEE. con. con. from McCmcken county, and I.arge bronze doors, hermetically sealed, they do not get them at all. Messrs. National Itank Note outstanding; 45,ook 00 Individual deposits subfect to check,.. 93. 47 nn old friend of Mr. W. H. Miller, was close tho entrance to tho receptacle. The Dudderar A. Pennington writethat the l'emand certificates deposit . .. joo 00 paper which has been sent to 15. 15. Fen Timo ccnificatcs olofdeposit. to ecu him yesterday. hero work is neatly and artistically done and 7,500 00 niugton since Nov. 12 has never been Due to other National lkiHks...MJ..."" Mu. Tiio. V. llt'oiiks, who has been represents a cost of fully $5,000. M.J4 79 to thiMii from the ollice and Iue to State Banks anil bankers delivered nt Hot Spring nearly two years, return4S4 08 The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Nkgho Kii.lko. Just as Christinas Mr. A. (). Chappell, who sulisuribed at Notes and hills redlscounted., .....M.., n, 103 02 His rheumatism is much ed Sunday. LUMBER, SASH, relieved, but his form continues badly d.iy was ushered in, a bullet from An- tho same time, says ho has never receiv- Total ?459.S3 3 derson Carr's pistol sought the vitals of ed a copy, although wo have mailed leATSI, ST ATKOKKK.VTUCKY, DOORS, bent. ) County of liicoln, Mus. Job Hahdin is spending the hol- Tom tiowdy, Hiiother colored man. Carr them regularly and promptly twice ev SIDING, BLINI5S, I. John J McKooerts, cashier of above named idays with Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Caldwell. is the owner of the barroom on Depot ery week. The News in its issue of Sat Hank, do solemnly swear that above stateVerandah and Stainvork at city prices. Her husband has been promoted from street and l!owdy was in it drunk ami unlay shows tho wretched state of af- ment is true to the tost of my that the de and know JOHN j MclU)IIKRIS Cahi.7 creating a disturlmnce. lie was repeat- fairs existing in tho olllco which calls Grays to the much more important stau .1... before WOVEN WIRE & FENCE. edly remonstrated with and finally Carr loudly lor the removal of so careless and of .Subscribed andsuorn InIlkliill m.m v i.T","- -... W. M. tion of Cumberland tin p. lice, isou T Correit attest: to behave. At this he incompetent an ollicial as tho postmasMifc.s Jk.nnii; Ileum:, of Hloomington, told him he had J S IIoiKIK, We carry a full stock of everything found in a III , surprised and delighted hor friends rushed upon Carr with a drawn knife ter has praved himself to be. Directors and forced him hack to tho wall. Jtit-- t J Kosikk, by putting in an appearance Christmas Srcn Wkatiikh! -- Christmas day dawnday. She is the guest of Mrs. I. M. as he was about to drive it into him ed with the earth covered with several Carr fired, tho ball entering Uowdy's Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract Uruco ntul tlio Misses Wray. inches of snow and a heavy rain which SALE OF He v. neck and lodging where the doctor's froze Tm: Woodford Sun says that SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. for building. as fast as it fell. Tho rain contin George Hunt found on bis visit thero probe failed to find it. Ho was taken to ued all day and by next morning there 21 lust week that not much electioneering Mncksville, where ho died in about as had never before As Administrator of T.C Coffey, deed. I w,ll at his late residence, tirar the Crab Orchard pike hours. Gowdy was a very troublesome was such a sleet was necessary among his Woodford Tho trees, ' about o miles from Stanford, on nnd disagreeable negro when drinking been seen in this section. Woodford is prelty solid for friends. weighed down with their ever increasnnd seems to have deserved what ho him. 14, 1891, had was present ing load of ice fell to tho ground, or W. G. Wki.ch nnd J. It. Paxton got. Charley Stewart, who Mus. their limbs snapped and broken, mak- Sell publicly the personal propertj of which he head in attempting to died possessed, consisting principally ot had an experience on the train from got a cut in tho Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall ing reports all Christmas night like tho check his savage thrusts. Thu trial of Two Horses. yearling Mule, 4 Milk Cows. 1 Louisville Thursday night that thuy did sun discharge of firearms When tho Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, 3 yearliDKs, fixed for to morrow morning. finely bred year-l.'e" o JJ8 Calves, about llull, not enjoy. Kvcry fdw hundred yards Carr is finally came out tho scene presented was 40 e shocks of 7 stacks ot Timothy Jewelry and Silverware. of as. it had to stop to removn so mo Ktrly Christmas 0110 of surpassing beauty, but thoughts sorted Corn, about m bushel,Hay, ;barreIsHouseCinot'NDTo PiKi'Kn of Wheat hold and Kitchen r urnit.ire, complete set Farm- while every now nnd then morning as L. II. llarman, n brakuman of tho destruction to shade, fruit and new Whltcley sleety limbs would brtndi against the car on Capt. Chambers' train, was running other trees kept it it from boinir enjoy- Wood I, men'5! ,,IJf.lud,nK and Whem flrill &c , Sc. Mower. Tenn;-Su- ms windows, creating crashes and conster- over the icy cars he slipped mid fulling ed by those who had sutlered from its over that amount,ofa $10 and undfr, cash in hand: cred.t of 3 months on notes Tho Best Railroad ffood security, beariiiK interest lrom date nation that amounted almost to a panic. to tho track, was umngled to death. Tho ollVcts. Not a tree entirely escaped and with td J II. PAXTON, Admr. The train got in nearly 10 hours late. 13 3 n 'cidunt occurred as tho train started the pavements were blockaded from 0110 duvii tho l'uxton grade and i booh as end to the other. Tho freezing continn o in CITY AND VICINITY. ued with but slight intermission till the trainmen missed hiiii.theyhide-track-cn mercury reached its a nt Knob Lick and rati tho engine Sunday, when thu Q. Aix kinds of produce wanted. A. T. n 3 .2 o a point, 20. All tho telegraph Havini; sold my farm, I will offer for sale to the bicktotlnd him. When they did, a lowest Nunnelloy. s: o o highest bidder on cj horrible sight mot their gaze. Tho head wireH were broken and wo aro told that r) V Tiik McCiibi'iiy l'limily ut Wnlton'B wa nearly severed from thu body, both ixtween hero and Lebanon alone over EL 2, 1891, h w llouae Jnnunry 8. leg were broken, one in three pUces, 500 telegraph poleH were down, llio All my personal property, consisting ol ju notirs tnreo I offkk tit cost my ontiro Block of felt 0110 arm wiw nlso broken mid liin vviic.'I trains were lrom two we10were nearly nuo Twentv head of horse tnrl . u: o enurn! for a day or wii-- i, a nrd harness Stallion and i jack. I have colts of hul plowed nearly through .Mrs. Knto Klkin. hntH. O Os 2 g ureruinir t cut on" from thu outside world. nt .... ...,,.. . .,,3 .,,uw Cow, and uualilies i vnV. tirely loiviiiK tho whulu blomly inasi p.ist work Oxen. Milk SP S ir The Lincoln County lluildiiiK Loan ojnitiou. They lo.idud it on tho pi it Ity Sitt unlay tho road w.is comparatively le. ?ofat Hegs, 4s stock Hosts. iomJ7i . j now ncrit'8 of form in front of the pilot and ln)iiiit it clear anil tho trains wero running on bred llerkthire bows 30 Slimn ...uah.1 Association will Ibsmo p Mare, ,a KinnWHHam, som'e of thebesT l SaBaBaWMECJsWSKZRsaaBaBBW aaddlo 'S E ,H Warren, Secret- here, whero It wns placed In a lawketaml fairly irood Hchedulo time, though tlio and harnc.s stock ntlm county. Wagons, lluggy" Btock Jan. 1, '01. A. A. luckeyc Mower Hay KaUe. O and Varmintr a p o ary O shipped to tho poor old mother in Lou diwituherrt' occupation, which had been ttemili generally. Household and Kitchen Vuf. 3 ' ,a' s3 ,h" Mb ' a. I10 hud boon the entnely pine was only partially ro- - ,oUrne,,Sud To My Cubtomkiw. 1 wish all of those isville, of whom in lifo Is is too bad.sale Mr. Uarman wan less than 81) Mimed. Yesterday's warm sunshine dis- - from the weather until ccmplited. will be continued day to day indebted to mo to bear in mind that Jan. Biipport. Sale will beat J 8. WELLS, Ph. a. Proac.Glk. D.H. DANKS, Jowolor, was a fluo Bpeciniun of robed the trees 0 their pearly splendor my farm 0.1 the HustonvlUe and llradford.vinB iBt is at band and that I hope thoy will yenrsof ace, A.r,toPuescle, WeU f "u'0v.llc. near much liked by ami mud and slusli took tho place ol not delay in settling with me. II. C. physical manhood mid DR. J. P. FI.A.VAOAN, snow clad and hard frozou streets. ! Kupley. his associates. 1'owars Store, Caiey Co., Mian Street, Opp.Court.House, STANFORD, Ky. Ky. Managor lv you wnnt to tnako your sweethenrt nay Hoarders two kooms io wanted lit Mrs. Polly Colley's, on Lancaster street. . " let ami . . . Tiiosk fndnhtr.il in m uill unmtlvi oblige me by calling and settling at nn early date as possible. Mrs. Kate El- kin. SIM'S FEMALE MINSTRELS Walton's Opera House, One Nijlt Only, m d nmm 3bi RnnTSA m mns ... -, Hats and Dress Shirts, Collars and Irii-mlr- t. Woolen Shirts, Gloves, a New Line Neckwear, TRUNKS AND VALISES, -- -- Court-Hous- STAGG & McROBERTS'. 111 . (M) bus-nes- s ...... gut-Ht- s J. W. RAMSEY, .t-- -w 1 HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE first-clas- M- - tub-scribe- 1 at am 7 RT F EPJ ZF1 ILBGKS 1 'tdizi KHtS iEWELRY. y .. Sut-jrda- 3.9-- ... H.6.RUPLEY,- clearliis-bosu- e ,. ...,. iStoNMfe4FALL AND WINTER GOODS. SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, SLAT - com-plni- n post-ollic- e. Stanford Lumber Yard, fdanufacturers of . f. . 1 1 FXHST - CXi3LSS LUMBER YAHB. PERSONALTY. Wednesday, Jan. DRUGS andJEWELRY MAMFJDIBJN '- r'. 1 1 nc -- WAT(0ier9 Watch. n' J d - i 2 I "- -- 6 esssssmssssss J ' r Op-c- m Friday, January I a 11 ,.,, n r.-- e "?. a I c ssjsssssssjsasssa-HV'M'AAS- u W B. MoBOBEBTS, .,J.- - N ' yvT'v' " -- V- .- - v-- r. j. pt'Y-- "hs. POSTED. 1 11 TiTf "J vmvffi , F r i 3 r frV s MA. . 5. L It soomed to start from tho ground, nnd yet I felt touched, conquered. I vonld on tho yollow nnd extended plain took havo given my lifo for hers. forbid kintotkt and their foltt't folk, my folVt colored folk, to trcMtati and their lolkn, m well The world full of mystery, gigantic proportions. Sho lay upon ono that tho prrwnoo of a woman cm m or hunt birdi, rnbhits and squirrel on my farm Which no one tindersUminj side, split, broken, Bhowing like tho ribs us! Is it tho power of lvanty which without my permlnion, or they will be punished Evory Tuosday and Friday Publltthod Wh.it I be fon cmr eye we so mean what I nay, of an nnimal her broken bones, her bones envelopes us? tho allurements of youth to the full extent ot the law Tho work of unf4en hand; THOMAS C 1IALL. jam of tarred wood pierced with immense that liko wino makes us drank? Or is it Hut whence fttidVlirn and why they wrought I U My Escflpm the grs-'- of liumiui thought. S PER YJCAn.IN UDVVNCl': nails. The sand had invaded her nnd a touch of Love, tho mysterious, who held null possessed her, and would never tries without cvtation to unite two There vfm a titno when we were not, Vhen not o paid S2.50 will be charReJ." And there will bo ngnin, let her go. Sho appeared to h.ivo taken Ieople? that trios his jMwer iw soon as When no mutt ee.w nnd lo forgot, root in tho sand. Tho bow was deeply ho has brought man and woman together Lot on Main Street in Stanford K. C. LOCAL TltyE CARD. With nil our Joy and pain imbedded in tho soft nnd treacherous nnd penetrates them with an emotion, Containing Gone liko the wind, or like the snow i.oacre. Train leaves UowUni" "f:oo a. m., returmne-a- t bottom, while tho storn seemed to throw subtle and profound, as one moistens tho That fell a thousand yers ago. p.m. eay. 5:45 Term T. K WALTON, Stanfoid ng:iiiut the sky, liko a despairing cry for enrth to make flowers grow? We lire iw If we ahould not die, L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. help, tho words Mario Joseph written in Tho silence of tho darkness Ixvnnio Dllndly, Imt wlely, too; L 1 i white on a d.vk ground. frightful, and tho silence of tho heavens, For if we knew that death was nigh Mail tram going North 115 aD1 116pm South " What would wo ry or do, I climlKil on this corpso of n ship on for wo hoard around us the monotonous nsoptn Expresitrain" South Tut fold our arms and close our oyvn, tho lowest eido, nnd, onco on deck, wont wash of tho sen against tho side of tho North ISulldiiij jj;am And care no moro who liTt$ or dies J Local Freight North m.03001 iumde. Tho sun, entering through tho ship. After awhile I heard a sob. Tho M SJ'P1" In the corporate limit of Kowlind. SoJth.. If death to each man In hi turn open portholes nnd cracks in her siilo, smallest of the girls was crying and her The Utter trains alo carry patienger. coming soon or lat Is M lightened sadly those long, dark cavonis fathor tried to console, They spoke in ). DARST, Rowland. The above it calculated on standard time, Solar He ours the witdler's unconcern. time is about o minutes faster filled with broken woodwork. English. 1 turned to my ucighlmr. And his courageous fato; I'..- .7. ntifif Hotter to jxritli in tho strife I commenced taking notes upon tho "Are you cold?" "Yuh, vwy." I wantHOUSE, IliVii c remove my llnilier Shop t thr ' W Than to preserve tho con aril's life. condition of tho vessel. I sat upon nn ed her to take my cloak. She refused, mm.itl II, u I hi pr i ,rnl to a. immiha. M F. IJ. UIL.EY, Proprietor, empty, broken barrel and wrote by tho but 1 had taken it off, and wrapiiod it , well u j.riitlFirteii In u tiling thcjr V New Year, it you were bringing youth, ill. Ar you are bringing ace, witn iu my unc Clul. n alo walled oifilf light entering a slit, through which 1 around her against her wish. In the - I would not Inve it back; in sooth, Kentucky "uip JhSbK TlltlMI'SOf tnw tno limitless extension of beach. A slight struggle her luind touched mine London, I haro no strength to wnge InCoinmeri ial III I Have moved to my new lintel Mud am kpttet Bhndder, Iwrn of tho cold and solitude, and sent a delightful thrill through me. battles orer. Let them iw; than ever to accommodate the public llury your Uend, O memory ran through 1110 from time to time, and Tho wind had lecomo sharper and tho ond I.ivrry atiiuhwl and every vuHVtmienct do M. eSCTTCK. I stopped writing occasionally to listen waves now broke with greater force itd. (.ire me a call. You cAn bring nothing will 8urprio, l'RANK KII.KV. 77 to tho vnguo noise of tho wreck, tho ngniust tho sides of the ship. 1 raised And nothing will dismay, I UVBT, SALE AM FEED SIABl! w No tours again in these old eyos, noiso of tho crabs scratching the cordngo myself up and felt a rush of air HKinst C. A. BENEDICT & CO., No darkness in my day. with their crooked claws; of tho numer- my face. The wind was rising! STAN M) III), KV. Pi J You might bring light and smiles Instead ous tiny animals of tho sea already deTho Englishman noticed it at the aniiia Well Drillers & Puuip Adjusters, If you cuuld gire mo bacJc my dead. SPKCIAL ATTKNTID.V to CO.MMKKC I vouring this dead body; to tho soft and time and remarked, "That is Imd." I I liavo lxhr?M your kin. New Year, TAN'KORl), KV. norar uhiI mule bought and diX irKvrion regular sound of tlw hhip worm gnawing It certainly wjw bad; it meant certain Full fifty times, and none tt Only nnd vehklct uaed in lit j horn...,, U10 woodwork. death if the waves, no matter how small, Wflli drilled to ardur oU I'uturi lurtmhed That was so happy, and o dear, I Suddenly I heard voices near me. I wept when it w as done. jo struck and Nbook the wreck, already so factory pricei. Why should r rrp whf n years depart, started up. I thought for nn instant I broken and disjointed that tho first large And leave their allied in the heart f was in tho presenco of some drowned one would demolish it. , since you are rrono, Old Year, wretch who wanted to tell mo of his Then our agony increased from second ItOWLAS'I), KY., ' And my past life, good-bdeath. I quickly climbed on deck nnd to second with tho rino of tho wind. Doulors in Grocorlon, Oonorul Mo; I shed no tear upon your bier, P. V. QUEEN, Proprietor saw a tall gentleman with three ladies. Now tho waves broke and 1 sw in thu chnudiHO, ito., For it It well to die. They were OTen more startled than I at darkness the white line of foam appear New Year, your worst will he my best nvitet an illlnectlotl of hulmn nl T, were Ivought tor cath and the contiqurn.e It j haerf.fnlly taken charRcnf thit What CAn an old man want butre-ttseeing mo emerge njwn tho deck of tho and disappear, while every wave shook Hotel and intend ktrpmi; it at us preient high Richard Henry StoddArt In Philadelphia Lodger. abandoned vetwel. t mi .en &VM Tho youngest of tho tho frame of tho Mario Joseph with a Undaid bpviial attention ifiven to the travelins long credit ui i unci iifun man a mote wnou! m f A cream o( tarter baking powder Highest o( butinett lie dctiiet tharc c.f yc all in leavening strength. U. S. Government puMu. tlireo rushed off; tho others caught thoir shudder that reitched us. iiitNi.Kr, inuiiiitiiig ;uou gcHHJt aiinaiowcit Aug 17, 1339, ing prue 4 ,m 8 father's arm; ns to him, ho opened his I felt tho English girl tremble ngtiinM a THE WRECK. mouth, tho ouly sign of emotion ho me. I was conscious of a wild impulse First-Clas- s A. S. m to take hor in my arms. showed. After a second ho spoke. In connection Alio It was the 31st of December. I hal Before ns, to right, to left, lehiud us "You must Ihj tho owner of tlni ship?" SURGKOX DENTIST. Newport Newt .V Mitmtippi Valley Co , E I) ' McRoberti' breakfasted with mr old friend George "Yen." "Can I visit her' "Yes." Ho tho lighthouse were shining on the Pool and Billiard Office .on Main .street, over W. Drug Store, Stanfard. Solid VMtibulrdTramt to Garin. Tho pervant brought him a let- murmured n few words of thanks, nnd loastfl white, red, yellow; revolving, I. M. K KID. Clerk seeing he was looking for a placo to like oyes of giaute looking at us, waterter covered with foreign stamps. Philadelphia climb I showed him the easiest, and as- ing eagerly for our destruction. Ono of "Yon allow me?" Georgo asked. Baltimore, Now York, :R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. T1IK. sisted him up. IIo joined mo nnd then them in particular irritated me. , That All puntt Km and Southt.it "Ccrtninlv." wo helied the young girls. ono was a jierfect eye, opening and shut. DENTIST. Ouly oat And he began to read tho eight pages Co. Corrected Tim Card night out Iron I.cttngtsn, Thoy were charming, particularly the ting its fiery pupil. on Main street, opposite Poftman House, closely covered with an English hand. Office in Effect No in, iSyo From timu to time the Englishman eldett, n blonde of eighteen, aa fresh as up stairs. .Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless OK STANFORD, KV , Ho read rJowly and with seriona atten- a roso; bo delicate, po dainty. Really struck n match to look ut thn hour; then extracting. FaiT ITI.TNfaTl Xccom STANFORD, KENTUCKY. tion; with tho interest you tako in that English women are like sen fruits. That ho would replace his watch in his jiocket. It now fully organncd and ready for bualneii with STATIONS. jKiprett.i Dailr Daily Ki Sua Dailr which touches you. Then ho placed tho one looked as if sho might havo sprung Suddenly he said aloud and with W. B. from tho sand, nnd her hair had retained senousnew;, "Sir, I wish jou a Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Cve Stanford. ."i.... ,11 to n n, i ii im li ta n n letter upon tho mantel nnd paid: " l.ntngton 6 it nm ii 4n am t i nm " Surplus, . ' " 13,500. " Wincheiter 7 oo pm i That is a strango ndwntnro of which its color. They remind one, with their happy New Year!" 45 pm o 40 pm K. U. Junctiwii It was midnight. I offered my hand, I never told you; sentimental, howover, exquisite freshness, of delicate pink " Ml. SteilitiK.. . 5 pm. 7 40 pu shells of mother ho shook; then ho said something SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL " .Vorehead Office)South side Main street, in office recently pm 4Jpm nnd which happened to me. That was mysterious, born of pearl, beautiful and which vacated by, Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Olive Hill HANK OK STAN r UK I), .. in tho depths of tho in English to the girls, who began to ing J Jl pmiiox in " Athlatid a singnlar New Year's day. It was ocean. i) pra 1$ "OorSave the Queen." At first I felt (Now claMiig up) with the tame atteU and under " Catlelttburg. ., la 4i pm 5t 30 piili 1 I u o B. F. ATWOOD J. ALLEN J. twenty years ago. I was 30 thn, and " Huntlngian ...., li Ot pm Sho spoko French moro flnently than liko laughing; then 1 was neized by a Dmi u 10 Ikv mhc managrment. r are a lly provittont af itt chatter, tlrpontnr nm 50 now. I was in5pcctor of tho in- her father and noted ns interpreter. I strong, quaint emotion. There watt some & ATWOOD, WIST HOUND. fully prot.ted at aie dcpoAitoit in Natianal company of which I am now had to give tho history of the wreck; thing superb and sinister about this nong llankt, it thateholdrit being hrld individwallv surance tlock something of liable to the eitent ol the amount of their 10 EGERTS. president. I was preparing to spend many of tho details I invented as if I of these wrecked par thcrpm addman the Lve. Iluutiugton. pm 6 00 am 1 ! pm Now Year's day in Paris, as it is tho hod assisted nt tho catastrophe. Then prayer and nl so greater nndconi parable to amount at the invalue Iticrrol, in It may at tat " Catletuburg ... invcttcd turk tharM n pm 6 15 am s" pm " Athland City, Tonn. ettLUtnr. adminittralur, truttrc, Ac, at fully at i 4a pm a 5 am pm custom to mako a holiday of it, when I the wholo family went below. When the"AvoCiPsar, morituri tesalutamus.'" an individual. 4 Oli Hill 51 pm 47 When the song was ended I asked my JAS. G. GIYBNS. received n letter from one of tho direct- they reached tho gloomy gallery they , WM.AYRES. 1o thine who entrusted their buitinett ta ui M Mt. Sterling pm ta 3) am Xam 4 " llauk el the J "7 pm ors ordering mo to leave immediately took out their sketch books and began to neighbor to sing alone, a ballad, anything while mnasintr here I.iuotlix Naiimlthank ami Arr Winehwter . 4( am 7 i am Leiiagtoii teadrrour raanv 11 pm i pm 1 10 ara tho scene. she pleaed, to help us forget our situa- Stanford, we we continue to Iran. act their bunn & for the island of Re, whero a threo deck- draw trust tbry will The eldest daughter whilo working tion. Sho consented. Her fresh, puro with ut, u'ltriiiK at a cuimntce for prompt attener from St. Nnrairo, insured by us, was VeibuTeiTrpret. rVnrJall and 'Attorneys at Law, , ar", our upon the night. It was doubt- tion to and at liberaltwenty yeart" etpenimce con-in uL"lmltJ ettibuled llutfet Sleepert between i at spoke to mo, and I learned that thoy had voice wrecked. tanking crununodatiatii at are itvlhV, Lfiingte. .thlrclun. New York n.l It was 8 o'clock in tho morning. By come from Biarritz expressly to seo tho less something snd jis tho nott lingered tinent with tound banking 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. iw reini iomlort hit train 11 m. Je part of ik WTOck. They had nono of tho English and rone slowly, liko wounded birds, IHHtrTOUt 10 I was at tho ofllco for instructions, celebrated hreie Building. I I Williamt Mt Vernon; and that night I took the train and haughtiness. They were rimplo enthu- nbovo tho waves. . Fa I?. V. r J. M, Hail Slaulurd Tho sea had rien and now struck K reached La Rochello next morning, tho siasts; some of those oternal wanderers of Munliotlon on the C A O. Route J S. Owtley, Manfnrd: FRANK MAIUMON. J AS. G. GIVENS. S.I. Kcnbry, Suu(irJ ; tatl Mail Ir.int run daily eacrpt Stindar b 31st of December. I had. two hours in with which England covers tho globe. against the wreck. I thought of nothing f K Lynn, Sualord; twee I.rimglnn and lluiilingtan. Make direct which to visit tho city before sailing for The father, tall and wiry, his red faco but tho voice and of the sirens. My torcwineetk.,, A. W Carpemt-r- , .UHdgcvtlle; lluatington with C A O . EBRIRQR. GIVERS llaugSman, lluittnville; land wiih s. V R , at Winchrtttr wih K at CAth tured spirit was lost in dreams. Was sho J. K.Y'. Ito, and spent them ndunnng tho odd, framed in white whiskers, n living sandR K. rtarth and Kih buund, and at l.cainitton w,ih Stanford; J. C!i, REAL ESTATE. severe architecture, its crooked streets, wich, n slice of ham fashioned into a not a siren, this girl who had kept moon I. R S , I. S and C , N. O. .V T. I'. Kailroa.'i. William (ech, Stanford, Ky. I.etaiagion and OMve Hill Aicmmo.atM.n dally II. Shaakt, Iceti4et tho sidewalks covered with arcades, not face Iwtwecn two pads of hair. Tho this rotten boat, and who iu a minute - L.innnit at Minchratrr in and fram K C pcinlt J. II. Owtley, Cathicr. unliko tho Ituo Rivoli, but lower, darker daughters little growing stilts, thin also, would be ingulfed with mo? aMtiai l.aimgtnr. withl. S K R for Louitv lit. We all now rolled violently upon the except tho eldest; pretty all threo, parfar lull inlurmatinu in rivard to ratet. luutet Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber Lands bought and moro mysterious, that seoin built for , m any agcar, ai inn ar caniirciinr ji,.. or sold on Commission, Correspondence a sccno of conspirators; tho old nnd ticularly tho eldest. Sho liad such a deck. Tho Marie Joseph hvis turned uion ar ,m i'i. 101 yr solicited H. striking scenery of tho religious wars, qnaint way of speaking, of laughing, of the other side. Tho English girl foil on S K H MtJRs, I' and understanding and not understanding, me, nnd seizing her iu my arms, madly o j. A wars both 6nvago and heroic Ciuvninaii, Ohm MXX.X.. When I left La Rochello it was ono of of raising her eyes to question me, eyes nnd without knowing it, without underO W. IIARNKV. W s HARRISON O M . Letingtun.Ky Hy the T I". A .Athland, Ky thoso dark, oppressivo days, crushing as bluo as deep water; of interrupting standing, believing this was onr last fee I have finished my new Saw Mill on the SomerI Hjih, her templed, pike, 7 miles ttotn Stanford and am prepared thought, depressing tho heart; a cold, her drawing to guess, of resuming her ond of life, kissed her set tofu nlshauykind of I.UM1IKK, SHINGLES, gray day, darkened by a heavy fog, work, of saying yes and no, that I could hor hnir. Tho veswd no longer moved, Ac, at LOWEST PRICES. I will sell the lum- wet aa rain, cold as ice, noisomo as tho have staid there forevor listening and nor did we. ber at the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Gle Her father culled Kato, nnd she antae a trial. Ptoffi e, MAYWOOD, KY smell of a sower. Under this ceiling of looking. y A B.BASTIN After nwhilo she exclaimed. "I hear swered yes, and tried to freo herself from low nnd sinister fog tho yellow sea was Co. 'ML.tn: without movement, without life, a sea a noise." I listened nnd distinguished a my anus. I wanted the boat to open; 1 slight sound, unusual und continuous. wanted to die with her. DQI ThoShortoHt nnU Qutokodt Itottto rrom nuujH j Hli lKmh. of muddy, greasy, stagnant water. Tho Contrnl Kontuclcy to nil polnta North, I rose slowly and perceived n light near Jean Ginton slid upon it, rolling slightly What was it? I rose to look through a EttMt, Worn and Vnut from hnbit, cutting tho thick, smooth crack and gnvo a loud cry, Tho sea was us. I called out and was answered. It Llnobutwoon Lexington tint! Otnotn-nut- l. Class A. Installment Stock. sheet nnd leaving behind a fow waves upon us. In no tiino wo would bo sur- was a boat hunting for us, the proprietor rounded. Wo were on deck in nn in- of tho hotel having guessed our predicawhich quickly subsided. SCHKIJULK IN Kir IXT NOV 16, 1S90 began talking to tho captain, a small stant. It was too late. Tho water on- - ment. Kaee value $100. Cettt I admutiim fee and al- THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOB month until No. i. Wo were saved. I was in despair. Wo terwaruttocaat a Nn dividend in payment and man, as round and well balanced as his compared us nnd was rushing toward No. . Nn prohtt equal J100. cath until maboat. I wanted to learn tho details of shore with great rapidity. Tho English- left the wreck and returned to St. Mar- turity, which it estimated to take place in 7 or HtSun.j Daily K, Sln man wished to rush forward. I held tin. Tho Englishman rubbed his hands year. Kirtt )ear'crditod di1dndt hate been mmJL,. B. r, Ji7iimB rHlUjf tho accident I was going to investigate; TW over 13 per cant. Lve Cincinnati .. 8 io am 8 ci p m, pin and which I correctly inferred ho would him back; flight was impossible on ac- and exclaimed, "What it suppor wo will Lve Covington... 8 it am togpm SALT RHEUM, ECZEKA, WOUNDS, BURNS, g a m v 16 p m Lve Falmouth.-- .. bo nblo to furnish me. Wo were in tho count of the deep pools that wo had to eat." And we did. I was not gay. I 5" P in SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. 11 IS am 10 Arr l'arit j p mj i 6 p m meantime sailing along tho island of Re. avoid in coming, ami into which wo regretted tho Mane Jowiph. 11 lu P w Arr LeiingtoH " ' P m o P in would probably fnll in attempting to re1 he next morning wo separated, with PRICE 50 CENTS. Extending his hand ho pointed out a Lve l'arit 7 j l7"n n, $100 Full Paid Stock. Arr Wincheiter.. 11a 10 p m Send three stamps for freo samnlo small speck in the midst of tho sea and turn. It wan a moment of horrible agmany regrets and premises to write. Class B. 0 15 ,, m box and book. Arr Itichmotid. ' 1$ P m said, "There is tho vessel." "Tho Mario ony. Then tho young English girl ex- They returned to Biarritz and I came Arr Laacatter. i 10 p m Face vulux S100. Costt $1 admiiati fee and $50 Arr Stanford. I m Joseph?" I asked. "Yes." I was as- claimed, "Wo are tho ones who are very near following them. in lieu of all duet Total J31 por tharo lloceivet Lve Richmond iu. I was hard hit and was near asking uHn $50 is p in Tho speck was fully threo wrecked!" I wauted to laugh, but I was tounded. cath dividend of percent. Arr llerea "m" 3 OS p m miles from shore. I resumed, "But, strangled by fright; a cowardly, awful Kate in marriage. li wo had remained Liviugtofl . p m S 1 ."'"T'."..".". fright, low and treacherous. And this lunger together I certainly would havo Milking O X'tsf Cont. "tfr Vtnr, Arr captain, there must bo twenty feet of d No. 5, No. 1. it credited with a water there." Ho laughed. "Not two tido. I realized all. the danger of our done so. How weak and incomprehensi- und until the patmeutt proportion of turplut profv and turplut amount to ABSOLUTELY PURE, it!, feet, I tell you. It is high tide now at 9 position and wanted to cry for help. To ble mau is nt times. a tinall per cimtage at firtt $100 'lhit turplut S 00 a in S g o Two years jwissed without my hearing but iocre.net every year 'lhit it a preferred Lve Ltvingitsn FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATWB o'clock. Go along tho beach after break- whom? 10 5 llerea.. tlock and the Tho youngest girls cowered against anything of them; then I received a let- be withdrawn cath dividend are guarantee. Can l.vc Richmond 11 IS a m tl"" " ."'" "" Arr a in AND NURSERY PURPOSES. after one year. &! fasting and I promiso that at 3 o'clock o "'-Lve Stanford , . 7 ihj a in you will reach tho wreck with dry feet; their father, who in cousternation watch- ter from New York. Sho was married, llTAR-OICO., Lve Lancatter Chicago, Hi you will have two hours to 7 jo a m ed tho boundless sea around us. ....-- ..""T" and wrote to tell me. And since then there, Arr Richmond. 10 is a m And night was coming as rapidly as we write to each other once a year, on would ' Lve Richmond. For sale by A R. Penny and "M. L. Bourne, but no moro, by tho way, or OS p in 6 10 a in .. ... Arr Wincheiter bo caught by tho tide. Tho fnrther tho tho tide; a heavy, damp darkness. Wo the 1st of January. She sjienks to mo of Class 0. Stanford. ' U V m 7 ic a m $50 Full Paid Stock. Arr l'arit . ... l P m 7 48 a m tido recedes tho faster it returns.- - This remained there half nn hour, nn hour, I her lifo, her children, her sifters, never Lve Lexington a 00 p m 7 00 a in. hardly know how long, looking nt tho of her husband. And I speak to her of 3 45 pm coast is ns flat as a bedbug." Lve l'arit 43 P m 7 5 am i S P m tnluc 50 Costt $1 Falmouth I thanked tho captain and went for- yellow water which thickened nnd boiled the Marie Joseph. Sho is perhaps tho In Faco of nil duet, total $;6 admlttlon fee and $jj Lve Covington it p in 9 18 a in 3 Jo p tn lieu prr tbare Arr 5 to P m 10 44 a m 6 37 p to ward to watch tho little city of St. Mar- and played upon tho reconquered beach. only woman I ever loved no that 1 no cath divtdendt, but it credited with the tame Arr Cincinnati 5 50 m 10 50 am o 1$ p IU per ccntageuf profit! at ImUlltmnt Stock If Ono of tho girls complained of tho might have loved. Voila does ono ever tuch iluik had been ittucd during the past tin, which we were rapidly approaching. joar, On the.Maytville Ilranch, No g. leavet I'ari! And itt dividend! would have been ocr 13 per cent Tho city resembles all thoso miniature cold, nnd wo thought wo would go in know? Events carry us along l - ,u.,. ,,, s the Sho When co I15 nnd the credited profit! equal $jo . j Vllleatloin.am.ai a?,.f". .',, m, porta which serve as capitals for tho for protection against tho light but cold then then overythiug fndes " value the f withdrawn in ath. Tint it a leavet Maytville ai 3 30 a in, arriving at l'arit at I would not know new form of itock, etpccially adapted for small islands fringing tho continent. It breeze which stung our faces. I leaned must bo old now ,:l . j ofun.ill saving without the ordinary 7 40. am. No u leave Maytville at 150 and her of tho is n largo fishing villago with ono foot over tho trap door. Tho ship was full of her hor of other days feature cf monthly payment. Can lie withdrawn arrivetatl'aritat 4io,p m. Thete train ar water and wo weio obliged to crouch wreck Sho writes mo her hair is after one year 011 water and ono on land; supporting .iiiy exvepi unuay. against tho stern, which gavo us some white. Mon dieu! that hurts mo terrTho book and iccuritiet of the Company are a. jo 43 runt Italy Irom Loaington to Cincinnati lifo on fish and chickens, vegetables and io am; leaves Lexington 1000 am; arrive l'aiit H No, there is way t open to invcitort 4,J shell fish, radishes and mussels. It is protection. Night was now upon us and iblythat blonde hair etceiit hunday PBpp. iff Jm No 8 leavet Cincinnati 10 um:arnvaKlmn...i. How sad is all that. low, but little cultivated, though tluckly wo drew closer together, surrounded by not a trace of 7 0jpm: except Sunday .1 .1 water nnd darkness. I felt tho shoulder Tianslatcd fiom tho French of populated. BISSW ranuuuiii nooain; arrive Cincn "v7 nn, u.ipvj .Noii-- except auntiav. for Tho New Orleans Picayuuo After breakfasting I crossed a small of tho young English girl, whoso teeth p,o J rain nt times, tremblo against mine. by Lak. $1,000,000 of Stock Carxiod Tjy between Lexin&ton 3 riini dally, except Sunday, MlH promontory; then, as" tho tido was going chattered Bnd Cincinnati. No bunday only, making all local ttopt No 1,,,,. out, I continued across the sands in tho I also felt tho soft warmth of her body, over 1,500 Ivlcmtcro. hetwper Cinctii matl and Lexiiii?inii 4 run daily It U'uii it MUlnke. direction of a largo black spot, far nway. nnd that wsnnth was to mo as delicious "VU ta"""' ilaEXINGTON.KYJl Thcro is ono voting man connected tlaltoilNii 8 now depart from new 4th Accmnmo. as a kiss. Wo no longer spoke; wo wero I walked fast on this yellow plain, as St Depot on 4th below John tt crouching liko ani- with n prominent wholesale houfo who elastic as flesh nnd seeming to sweat un- motionless, silent, N0.1 and Falmouth Accommoda ReSv ' N,':-Tni- in did not hire a carriago and mnko hid a"V,:4, "CW 4 ' S'- r,e',0,'"'' 4h Mow For full inlormation apply to der my feet. A minuto ago tho sea was mals in a ditch during a storm. John it.7 And somehow, iu spite of all; in spito usual round of culls on IN'ow Year's, 1890. IF YOU WANT here; now I could no longer distinguish Not. j and 6 make connection lor point on the N N. v Ity '",ucnei tho liuo separating tho sand from tho of tho darkness, in spito of tho terriblo Bio was in the store tho day before when CEORCE VV. JOHNSTON, IMPORTANT -- Tram. of tl.i.ime ow and growing danger, I commenced to a friend called in. ocean. .rrive at and depart from Uie Central Union "Hello, Urothorton; going to make any GENERAL MANAOUR, AND A HAPPY COOK. USE Tho Atlantic had disappeared liko n feel happy .t being there, happy at tho Station Cincinnati, making fn.n cold and drnger, at tho long hours of callrt point! North, Ka.t and Watt. scene down tho trap door of a theatre, Tho Oommerco, - - - Louluvillo, Ky. For full particular addrctt any ageqt ot "No; can't," was tho laconic reply. the Co and now I walked in tho midst of a des- agony to bo passed on thoso planks, so 'Can't! Why?" W. L HUNSOS.Tri. i',.. ;;Agt., near that pretty delicate English girl. I ert. Only tho salt smell remained; tho Cincin a. r.ll..MOKbE, Gcu'll'att'g'r Agt. "Well, you BeoBlanchard'sgoingtobo smell of soa weed, tho6mell of tho wave, wondered why this tensation of joy peneMADE BY night, nnd I loaned GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, trated me. Why? Who can say? Was married U.K. HUNTINGTON. 't.i.-ii- l the good and pungent smell of the coast. una Cen'l Manager. I wnlkcd fast and looked at tho wreck, it becauso sho was thore? Who was she? him my dreta suit without thinking. LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS STANFORD, KV. r A littlo unknown English girl. I did That's why. Guess I'll stay at homo and which increased in size ns I approached ol Commerce Huildinr .COMPANY, Refer to J. I. McROHHRTS, Caihier Kirtt tnelnnatl, O hle dnilv and now'appenred liko an immense whale. not lovo her. I did not know hor. and Bmoke." Chicago Herald. Hank, Stanford, Ky, between Cincinnati Lit"g,0. on Sunday A M- - Weekly InteriorJoma f 3a jl jfl I cistefSj fJlHI fill HLMjnlllf mrtfitMLIfmWF: J--- NEW I YEAR'S SONG. uj-s- M P FOR SALE! 1 ' . For sale 1 Twenty Iol8 't I ' THE I RfLEY "'" ie-- i I . It 1 firtt-ela- &AkiNfi Absolutely Puro Br. I I -- . 1 . POWDER Good-by- C. MYSHS HOUSE, J. I well-knnw- ELMOR M Ke-por- t. PRICE, 11 Sample Itooni Parlors; OLD KY. 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