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NO. 79 fjK" TO MY FRIENDS Miss Jennio took a passenger to tbo depot at Danville be- Mercury registered lower hem last And thr. Public Generally. Hill King lias moved his barber, . t l.iKllm. 'ii mm liiiK Iknlitn iiiitt ,1..., nnD3iinimP in'iiii' r. 1.1111b After prospecting in the East, West Bhop to the basement of Miller' Hotel, Monday morning thtiti any time the had scarrely arrived at Hustonville when and South, I llnd that while I might be Fourteen ear loads of boas were past two winters, J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. she naw that familiar turnout turn into Doctor (Slaw, of Somerset, was here able to better my pecuniary interests in shipped from hero to tho Cincinnati during saeromental mirvlces at I'resby- - Main street and without telegraphic or the long run, I can never llnd a home I 1891. Market Tuesday, halloonif-tiaccompaniment.-- ) either. love so well as I do Stanford, or be surTlie meeting at tlui Biptiat oliuruh, turlnn cliurcli Iat week. Miss Kiwi Yowell wan home from; 8am says nhe can't have one of his rounded by better or truer friends. So Kull corp ol Ciniertory and N'ornul .Srhool leathers. Superior cojr". Iu LitnrUjre, Muttc conducted by Kev. Hooth, closed Sunday Catalogue and circalan lu'tmNc ! on ipnhce.ion Art F.xielieut Lurlm., horses to drive to n funeral hereafter, I have, after due thought and consideranight. There ueio 10 additions to the college Thanksgiving and entertained a but Sam's powerful on a joke. ',,rK0 number of lier young friends lawt tion, decided to remain iu Kentucky and ' stick to the Ixtkhioh Joit..v.w., the inN. A. Tlinmpon'rt Saturday evening, The biick for Mayor Vandeverr's x ss- S ffff Tho loop of telegraph wires was not ' terests of which 1 hope to increase by 'To the Kdilor Interior Journal two new store room are helm: placed; laKt .Moml.ty and the first Our lamented brother has again sailed widening its circulation and influence. I on the ground ami work will tdioitly completed till m metiitHRu Kent abort .'! i All partitB forth under another alias. This last trust the friends who have stood by it commence. The Mite Society of the l'renbyteri engaged in the actual erection of the time he has appeared in the guise of a and me so well in the past will help me a. 12. Cor. A: Viiifj, Cincinnati, O. in this, and ere another year shall have nn church, will give a candy pulling at pine are warm in praie of lineman I), "croaker." Short-Han- d, Whenever a Miiall, Fourth rolled around, the I. J., which already Book-keepin- g, Type-Writin- g, the Mason Hotel Monday night. A M. VanOstr.ind, who superintended the Telegraphy, finishing touches. of July writer goes to picturing atl'airs, linds its way to nearly every home iu small admission feo will be ch.irgud. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. lirigg were if you will pause anil tliinic sensibly for this entire section, will bromlen Business Practice. Correspondenqe, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, J.T. ICason. mail clerk on the 0. SM its terslight summoned to New Albany, I ml., last a moment, you will take his brainless ritory till the vast domain between Cape tame homo Sunday, having been Penmanship and all Business Branches. lvbruised un in a wreck. He is not Thursday, by n dispitch announcing the bray as an insult, for you will readily Cod and Kalamazoo will be supplied 1862. Lars' and flourishing. Twelve Instructors. Up with the tlmet Established for Husiness Pursuits, badly hurt and will resume ills rim in a death of Mr. Griggs' mother, Mrs. Melis recognize that he has taken for granted twice a week with a paperthat is a newsTIM thoroughly lfas the contldunce of the HimIucuii Communlij 'sii J. liriggH. Mrs. (Jriggs was a native that you are fool enough to believe him. paper in every sense of the word, and Thr ilmtdilJ are in demand and are aided in sfcurtnf employment. The charges are fewdajs. Hoard can be had In the city at low figures. Day and Night Sessions. Do reasonable. Tho days of frivolity and duelling aro which is Bhortly to be enlarged and oth- as promises. Investigation solicited. Send for catalogue. C W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. The 'German" given at the Miller of tlourboti county, but removed to diuna when a girl of Hand had been n no more such are no longer emblemat- erwise improved. .. on-"" " Thursday evening win very fav resident of that State Oi veais. ic of intelligence, bravery and inferiority Pardon me for calling attention to the j..yable in every particular and the Judge and Mrs. Camnilz have among men. fact, hot our books show that, n'good ors beautiful. About 10 or -' eouptesj Hl Mimed management of the Vendome Tho introduction among some of our many of our patrons are a little behind part. Thoro was no preaching at the Hotel mid Dr. and Mrs. William Dryo young Americans of a certain article with us. Now I shall take it as in great rresbyteriau church Sunday night, on have sueceeded them at the Weather-accou- known and prized among our forefathers favor if those indebted to us will settle Wayfarers who have a as manners, would be appreciated just as early as possible, so that we may beHouse of one of Uie turnm-i- s being out gin the new year with a clean set of books Wo ini.li.rstHiiil Hint new ones weakness tor Hotels oi iiomeiiue excel at this time. nlAn!..r. lences of bed and board, will ever gravi- V Has the largest and did suspicion that our former col- and a goodly feeling for every one. be put In. will shortly ale to Hustonville as their mccea. league and the "Subscriber" were one For past favors I am thoroughly gratel)r J. It. Iviunairtl has gone to MOST COMPLETE STOCK As we predicted, the supper spread and thesxmo person, but having no pos- ful and with a hope that we may continto spend a few days. Kev. J. It. by the Indies of the Presbyterian church, itive proof we resorted to a subtifuge in ue the pleasant business relations we Terry has returned from a visit to relaOF tives in Indiana. John K, Faulkner, on Thanksgiving night, was a great sue- - order that wo might discover Ids name. have had for the last decade, filial riilt t.i...rt11,l tin. This was accomplished by a slight reffiiitilt Uini'l UM x,v (i IIVIH I am very truly, x.v.ai-iK C. Walton. Jr.. of l.iwrenceburg, was here last f4tU Holmai. Glass, of Jessamine, ironage, netting more liian ;.0, which erence to a matter which we felt sure week. ever shown in Stanford at prices LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. was in town Sunday. Miss lWhle Hum amount will be expended on the church would develop, us it has done, the suspias low as the lowest. (building. Uev. W. W. Hruce and wife, cious character. Mii" Maud Robinson. side is visiting Jailer Lovell has onlv 17 men iu his who are young housekeepers, were in the State, Remember that I ha c one of the best watch-maker- s Hence it is very manifest to our Cliicngo has succeeded in capturing bastile. in which cipienU of two beautiful crazy ijnilts on minds that, even before the ink had prison and the houses . who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to Sunday was pretty cool up , dried on his resignation, tho "croaker" (ten. Grunt and Abrnhun Lincoln were ' that thanksgiving occasion. send job to the city. Krgraung of all kinds beautifully done. Old x thank you. Hud JmtieMiinl wife, of Harrods-Jamemust have conceived his ideas and fouud Iwm. also Sitting Ittiirs tepteanl.!e- ine Fireet lamps are again being gold and silver taken ,;t market price. Your trade and work is solic- 'burg, were hen visiting relatives last the phraseology of his letter and made cimt. If the intinagrs of the lighted. A new board of trustees will te(i ancj guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. Fair could devise some ways and mmiiw wtjek. Miss Mat tie Dimviddic has gouo all necessary preparation to launch foith be elected next month Mr. Thomas Webb and uu insult upon Ids former colleagues. Niagara l louirilb by which they rold bmmth James I). Smith and W. A. Parsley Kails' ami the Maminotn Cave, tliv the Mitis Hopper aie at Kev. W. W. The reader can easily understand that went on a 2 dnyB' hunting trip to RacHrtiiV. Mise Minnie J)rye, of Hrad- - the two events, happening bo closely toIhs happy. would diMtbtl coon last week and say they killed 43 John gether, and after tho "crosker" bad K K. lliggins. of Louisville, was' fonisvilk. Him rwturiiwl home. ipiails. with us for so long, that here thin week. Mm. Mary llarfclwy, of Wsh is ltfmorarilr located on the dwelt in Dr. Melcon. denti.-- t. is having a Mi Mary Dodd is sulIVring there must have been some sinister molloyle county, was visiting in Utirnoler Fork. handsome private residence erected on Mr. tive at the Iwttom. Could it have been Clyda Irfimlrfltu, teWraph from a sevr attack of tonsillitis. Tuosday. Cnlberison, of Covington, is spend-wee- to force us to open up a now street to Mahau's addition, and Matt Steele is doRichmond, was here thM operator nt ing the same thing 011 the Johnson adtho creamery and thereby maken few of dition. Mtvi Anna UoodloH, wlio has mir a few days with his brother-in-law- , tho "croaker's" lots more valuable? f,It been visiting In Itichmond, was taken Judge CauiniU McCalla Fitzgerald, W. H. Jackson s was certainly not pavements that he was George Altonl's buggy horse, very ill and had to bo brought bogie. At' & Co.'s drug clerk, was called home Sunleft loore on tins street, one day after, for he has never completed his writing she is somewhat improved. day by a telegram from Georgetown statin Joe Cnrrhavc taken rooms last week, made a dash from fright and owu. Mr. and Mrs ing that Ins brother had been killed by Ho has introduced nothing new in his Dr. T.J. Hood's. H. T. l.otan left wa getting under good headway for a lit a pistol shot Saturday evening. EveryWednesday on his regular trip drum- - ' killing run when Doc Drye luckily last article, so far as city improvements body is Fitz's friend and feel for him in for a clothing house. Miss Maggie wl a rein and stopiwd the rush. A few are concerned and therefore it is useless his bereavement. JVeal's yiller has gone to Knoxvllle to .visit ' minutes lateen nut catuo oil' a front axlo for in to reply to the old 6tory. All cases iu the circuit court tried of the same buggy at Morelaml and the J a justice to the city attorney we will relativf. since my last report have been of minor in a goodstatei horse got away, shivering the vehicle say that lie has never been ordered by ItisstaUnl that importance, no one having been sent to of preservation has ben unearthed at land shaking George up quite painfully, ns to prepare such a paper as our friend the penitentiary, although a gond many - ' but he ecaped without a broken bone, meutioued. l'ompeii recently, in the new rooms uulines have been imposed. The grand juWatch-Make- r Iu writing our former article we cer- ry lias covered br the explorers. The mnna-- , thanks to the prodigal envelopment of to do all kinds been get ting there and several in- And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable fat. gers of the World's Fair at Chicago his framework with muscle-'an-d tainly had no intention of endangering of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Master George Lyon, ylnra of the lives and liberty of all our citizens. dictments found. ought bv all means to procure a sam- - j W. b. Catching hat bought the reC. Lyon, ill., of this bread and add it to the nil-- ! age, son of Mr. and Mrs. We are not at all surprised to liud that Chemicals at all hours, mainder ot the square, on which he had Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and other attractions they seem to died suddenly of pneumonia last Wed tho "croaker " is so ignorant of what the recently erected his day and night. inerous three story brick b providing. If the supply of l'ompeii nesday, week, ami was buried iu the present bo.trd has done for we discover from W. L. Lovelace, for 0,000. Loveboarding Hustonville cemetery on the ,'th inst from the city records that out of bo regbread should be abundant the lace a short tune since had his hotel and house keeper of that enterprising city George was nn apparently robust boy of ular and called meetings, that have been drugstore burned down on this propermight be induced to invest, as many cus- exceeding brightness and vivacity and hold since the flth day of April, 1SSS, ty. It is opposite the com and them through his death was a great Hhock to all who the date of his election, he has only tomers would patron! knew him, though his physician pro- been present 1!) times. Of couise be is Mr. Catching will build another commo curiosity, if nothing else. as soon as the present brick on "Kenelm" Iihs a poem In tbw louis-vill- nounced his attack from the start one of not supposed to know that the present dious do e. it, one is Tiiiius entitled "In June." It starts the gravest type. His little feister, Ita- - IToard has paid oil' all but about 3500 of O. II. Gridiii has gone to Indiana, chid, ill at the same time, is convales- - the city's indebtedness, which was no thus: of trees, wind dug. For several davs her recovery small matter when we took charge of af where he will assist his father in run- "In cool, delicious shade ning a large hotel. His family will leave ' whisneriug. was thought very doubtful. Mrs. Dan fairs. Deep in lush grass, I stretch my limbs, dridgu Lyons, mother of about Dec. 1. Oliver has been a citizen Chris and If our friend will now wisely turn his recumbent.' Mrs. Dr. Tom Lewis, died Wed attention to the completionjof the pave- of our town about 0 years. Lydia, little If this poem had appeared in June it daughter of Dr. T. 1 Caldwell, is just re- ncsday. and ment in front of his own premises and covering from an attack of typhoid fe- for would have been more 'dghly appreciaThe vulpes fulvus ami vulgaris of once ami for all times net- - as sound reated than it is iu the dead of winter. It ver. Little Grade is also convalescing Caatnrta etirwt Colic, Constipation, 'CaatorUUsowelladaptod to children that is not easy to ncrcoive how the author this vicinity are convinced that their son and common sense dictates,,the rest from a similar fever. Sour Stomach, DUrrlina. Eructation, Cousin Newt I recommend It as superior to any prescription Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl- degree of comfort, have lines have fallen iu calamitous sur- of the citizens may forgive him his wild Jackson has been out from Illinois for a could, witli any H. A. Abcueh, M. D., known to me." his limbs recumbent iu the roundings. Several of Garrard County's fanatic folly, whether he ever forgives week or two and will soon return. Without injurious medication. stretched IU So. Oxford St., BrooUjrn, h Y. proud owners grass during the oast few weeks, when ....... ..... .1...., of crack packs aro mspend himself or not. ofar as we are conT7 MutTajr Street, X. T. Tub Csntaur I !..!..- - . ..!.!. iguo im i. ... cerned there will be no more bandying the thermometer was below freezing Va., 2ew says: The Wheeling, nn,,J- - v- - 1ViiTti " tliu shepherds of words, but we shall at the proper and tbo wind sweeping around Iw,,tcr "Stamlinc room only, was the order bethe corners, frostbiting ears and mak-- art' rcJoicitiK over lint class prospects of time accept our colleague's resignation fore the ticket ollice closed on Saturday tl,u of ins red noses by tho thousands. Wator- - j -- ''termination their worst enemy and endeavor to select a good man to night at the Opera House, tho attraction 1' red foxThe West Kud has the lill out his unexpired term. melons, strawberries, blackberries and being Uenuh & Bowers' .Minstrels. We Hiraiuso; sporitng dogs in tlieworhl, We extend our thanks to the editor feel safe in saying that no minstrel parimpkins have their appropriate sea- some oi mo oesi an around Horses that for the space he has given us and for ty ever succeeded in giving a more enhons: poetry, though often cultivated in bo adapted to ever struck sparks from a gravel turn- other favors. To the public wo again re- joyable performance here, and those hot beds, should always pike, and man's memory hardly roach-et- peat that it is our desire and intention tho seeson in which it is produced who were present wero unanimous in back to the time when any gallant to enlist in every improvement which in "MODEL GROCERY" their praise of the performance from the Lowis Thornton was Hhot and killed had the temerity to challenge tho justice our judgment is for the good of our city rising to the falling of the curtain." At by William II. Williamson, at Newport. of Hustonvillo's claim to tho loveliest and all concerned. Very Itespt., Walton's Opera House, Friday night. I). W. Yaniikvkkr, Mavor. Both belong to prominent families. The girls iu Kentucky and tho world dolls Dec. 11. A West Knder killing was brought about by an insult- its hat to Kentucky. The splendid now hotel at Pineville, Secretary Noblo makes a requisition ing remark, which Thornton addressed whilst enjoving a chat with a cotiplu of to Williamson, who was in company Chcsterfieldian old bachelor friends at on Congress for a pension appropriation which cost SQU.OOO a year or so ago, was Cheese, Danville lately, had tho pleasure of amounting to '.and upward burned to the grouud Tuesday, involvwith a young woman. Williamson it and Thornton beat him over hoisting his hat in response to the salu- for tho llscal year ending Juno SO, SOIL ing a loss with the furniture of $30,000; tho head with a cane. Then he drew tation of ouo of his neighbor girls when Tliis is 510,000,000 in excess of.'ttho Jlutt iusur.uico about $20,000. It was owned Lamps, Glass- - and Queensware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, his pistol and killed the atfailant, who Uoyle gasped, "Who's that"." and with- appropriation and it is confidently pre- byCapt. Iticliey, of tuo Fifth Avenue Icily Glasses. &c. had for years hounded and abused him. out awaiting a response, continued, "By dicted that the pension appropriation Hotel, Louisville. Robbers stopped a St. Louis and San Thornton was tho terror of Newport ami George, she's the prettiest woman iu tho will pass the S'OO.OOO.OOOi mark befoio J.N'.MEN'EFKB a. c. SINE Francisco train, ten miles from the formen. William- -' world," and he has been all over the the close of the ceutury. had kilted two or moro Six masked menboarded the west mer city, and on refusal of the messon-ga- r son was allowed bail in $10,000 and could civilized portion of that particular plan to unlock the express safe, they given ten times as much, so strong et and speaks by the card. And tho bound San Fraucisco express atf.01d Orhave Doctor David cordially accorded with chard, Mo. The express car was Jentcr-e- blew it open with dynamite and got off sympathy for him. is the his ancient friend ami the doctor need the safo blown open, the express with $20,000. The passeiigers were not The annual report oi the State The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. no traveler's guide when ho leaves home. messenger badly injured and a larjie molested. Commission shows that in It was (Jen. Bragg who said: "We LUMBER, miles of railroad When informed that she is n West Knd- sum of moucy Jsecured. The car wrs SASH, there are lovo Cleveland for tho euemies ho has commissioners at $30,'M1,-10- er, rigid as a brace of cigar qtoro statues badly damaged by the explosion. DOORS, valued by tliu For tholirst time in Jill years a mur made," and there aro millions of demoThe various properties represent a their chorus of "Might'ave known it," SIDING, SHINGLES, A gentleman Jrom der h s occurred in Iceland. The popu- crats who distrust Crisp for the friends capital of $14 1,10:5,054. During tho year was barely audible. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. llarrodsburg, who knows a horse, at- lation is (iO.000, but the island) has no he has made. Thoro aro too many r.11 persons were killed by accidents and Of these lattor 70S tempted to pass a buggy near Danville, use for jails and criminal Jcourts. The Greeks bearing gifts to his camp. LouS97vere injured. A.1T3D FEITCiffi. last Saturday, but failed and re and recent murder has caused as 'much ex- isville Times. were employes. Among the recommenof the country carried We carry a full stock of everything found in a Tho railroads so nften that he was almost con- citement as would bo felt in the capitals dations of the commission is ono that 402,4.S0,SiS5 passengers during tho year separate co.iches bo provided tent to kill a wood horso that ho might of Kurope over r. general) war. hereafter be in sight of that rig when it reached A railroad bridge in Minnesota, on and (3C,441,til7 tons oi freight. The towhites and blacks. for Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract . of railroad employes is Middlesboro has a telephone ex- Hustonville. Ho was amazed to discov- which were 13 laborers, fell, killing 5 and tal number SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. er that a couple of girls so easily led him badly wounding the other 10. or building. change. There are 70 subscribers. a llMnilo drive. ft-ai .1 I j Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, - j , j- , j r. f ryff cs vQteUri 'tth 'J& C m f ten-cen- -- J se 1 I k The Old Reliable Jeweler in the Lead. nt ''-- A. R. Penny New-Yor- ( l U 1 Watches and Jewelry s' . e fcROBERTS. Supplies, I'- -. k. Complete Line of School Books, School Newest Styles Fancy Stationery and Tablets. care-thi- ; let-sl- ' j seiz-niiti- g The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Beady Mixed Paints and Carriage Paints; Sil- lird Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks ! 1 1 e , i Wal-koron- d Infants Children .... Comi-an- j nt 1 - " ; Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, h I For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Picldes, Preserves and Jams; ed 1 d, Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, Kail-loa- d Ken-tuck- y it.O-'O.- O" 0. WOVEN "WIRE SLAT v FIRST CI.A.SS X.XJMBEH Y1RD. i 1 749,-301- iX,"i lfV k , r fctfc , fc) FmimT?f wnvr" f Wjp j pMigipi Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1891 Stanford, Ky, Decemher 4. W. F3. WALTON. r- - Thk republican papers, with blind ami impotfnt rage, aru howling over the result in New York, which gives Flower a majority of nearly 50,030 for governor and makes the legislature palely democratic. They charge fraud and rascality and aro bitter in their denunciation of Gov. Hill, to whom they giye credit for o it all. Now York is almost as safely Thk carelessness, or ignorance, and Ilcing iu the hands of my brother and as Kentucky and but for the democratic perhaps both, of, people who use the unablo to li"lp myself, I calmly submitshameful gerrymander, which the re- mails is shown by tho fact that during ted to tiding steered against a meeting publicans foisted on the State a numthe year U,S2l),-40piCos of undelivera-hlemiii- l house. The First lhptiht Church, the ber of years ago, the voice of the matter were received at tin. largest and wealthiest congregation, has still-- d or thfir could not have been ileiul letter ollice in wiose loiters hith Dr. Hawthorne, one of tho tluest pulpit thwarted. This jerrymander hasl , drafts, Ac, to tho amount of orators iu the South, for its pastor and legislature to the republicans given the anil S17.USS in monev. but of thi he preached on thi occasion on tho Life of a consequence the two I'. S. Sen- 70 and per cent, was llnully lestored to the of Io' the Uaptist, of whom the Savior while ators, but thievery and can not al- owners. Of the' huge iniu-of letters said. "Among them that aro born of woit may tlourisb for a time, men, there has not risen i creator." people have at 27,077 had no aifilress whatever. ways thrive, and the Tho sermon, so long as ho stuck to his put the seal of their Tiik city election labt arisen and in Louisville condemnation on it. Frank ..brock the Kangaroo system of voting, under text, was thrillingly eloquent, but when proved he went out of his way to refer to the s. Senate by very will be succeeded iu the U. satisfactory, especially because it election and make tho dogmatic asserSenator Mill, n democrat, who, with put John Millet, a disreputable, ward tion that "The human bipeil who votes r..,,r....iit the real wishes of tho bummer, wbo had procured tho demo against prohibition next Wednesday is gerrymander hill will also people. The cratic nomination for councilman by not a man but a chattel, purchased by be repealed aud when the republicans fraud, to sleep by 20S majority. Two o'r tho whisky rinir," he disgusted and inget in in New York again they will bo three republicans wero elected, who in sulted men who are fully as honest as npt to know it. Their only show for u tiie main are better men than those tl le himself and am governed by reason in U. S. Senate has long time to keep the democrats hud chosen. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUMTY. stead of fanaticism. Dr. Hawthorne is States, which had no been to create a learned man and an orator in its truest Men KlIITOK JOHXSO.V. of tim whatever, in population or other outh s and Hoy's Overcoats. Alcn's Sttit from claim Sylvia I Halt, an old colored woman, 1.50 ' PHoy s knee l'ants buits from Si.j5 up. wise, to the rijlit, in order that they iul, ought to pray unceasingly i the sense, but tho adulation of press and was painfully homed bv a cow. A nice line of Lady's Ja-- I k- people has turned his head and spoiled uiicht get two senators from each. Hut words of the Kpfccopaiiaiw, "Lord have Hugh .Miller stuck hU finger into a cts. winch wc propose closing out in the next iod.ivs having reduce develop-men- t for that the Senate would now be dem mercy on us miserable ollenders," foi one who, but for it and an over sausoge mill and is minus a nail. i.iv. juvi.-j per cent, iroin former price. of spleen, might be classed with ocratic, with the House, which a popu- perpetrating, this on his A complete line of Lady's Custom nude Fine Shoes. (Trillin, the man who killed Abe lar uprising has made democratic by and helpless readers: Whenever there the truly great. Men 5, Youth's and Hoy's Hon and Shoes from the Cat"?, hi the northern portion of this cheapest to is a deal of wheat iu the country, Chicaover 150 majority. county, last week, was brought to town the highest grades of Alter & 1'onvood's custom wtjrk. Atlanta ii fast solving the question of go is sure to get up a wheat deal A full line of Dress Goods, Notions, and Underwear. Wednesday and trial set for next Wed It is The shooting of Miss McKwan, of sometimes a calamity, and always cere-u- rapid transit. F.lectricity has almost on nesday. Wheeler tt Wilson's Sewing .Machines, Xo. y, 2; per cent, cheap- & N. superseded the mule as a motive tireh Frankfort, a passenger on an L. . .1. HoItKchiw IJev. closed his er than the travclinir salesmen. power for street cars and in almost every train, on which a negro not occurred, meeting here Sunday night. He purOr load of alt just rcccivetl. Hiyhct The race for speaker seems to be be direction and for miles in tho country paid tor Cuntry proand for which she has been awarded chased a lot for the Baptists and will duce and ( ro,s I u thee lines are in active and apparently will perhaps put tween Mills and Crisp, with Buch heavy damages, the backer erect a chuicli on Itichmond streut, in the railroad companies in the notion of of each claiming a victory. Mills de paying operation. Suburban trains and tins place. 11 J M.ROIIKUT yielding to the popular demand for sep- serves to be elected and will, wo havn dummy linuslxUo do a lively business. w Mr. M. I Smith, for aome yearn su irooiss ate coaches for the whites and blacks, but little doubt. The latest suir.niarv On some of them the fare is not over a pervisor of the south end of al Knox-villthe cent a mile and by procuring commutauq it, smnH nf tht Southern States. The'i Of tile VOte unfa nnr . .. , , . division, Ins resigned on account -!,. ins coluinu, 'with nearlv all of .:.... in tion tickets even this low rate may be better plan wou:u ue, the other discounted. Building is going on iu ev of his heaith and Mr. P. W. Stark ap&JfQ a separate conch for drunken aud disor- - Kentucky Congressmen, pointed to the ery directi- n ami some o( the structures derlv passengers of either race. The lie- Mr. (Jeorge Doiiny, of ljuieaster, T uk Louisville Times, which guessed are remarkable for their colovsal propor groes are much less dangerous in this ro- OurJ.stock t.f- vus here yesterday. MSm Katie Burner, ', gtird than tho white?, who, in the inouti-- that the national republican conventio n tions. The Kquitahtc Insurance of Pmdhead, aiil Miss House, of Stan now Hearing completion, is one of tains especially, are so wont to draw would be held at Chicago or Cincinnati, of the trains now predicts that the democrats will these and will cost a round million of ford, were here during tho week. Judge their guns, take possession McCluie is at Fraukfort, Mr. W. F. and put the ladies and other passengwsi chonwj "Indianapolis. Juno l.'th Cleve-i- n dollars. Materials of all kinds for build- Kennedy, of KiiKsvllville, is at M. C. Is now almost complete and we uill be able to show to the people ol fear of their lives. We do not need j land and G ray." This sounds mighty ing purposes, especially lumber, aro much Williams'. A little girl at SuperintenLincoln county as complete a M,Hk, wc think, as separate coaches so much as a law giv- - nice and wo hope the Times will hit it cheaper hure than at Stanford and hous dent Maker's. has ever bem es mat would cost SI.000 to SI.'-tat offered for their inspection in ing conductors police powers, with the better than before, Kcv. Kugenu SncMlgras. a native nf home can, I am told, be built litre for right to arrest and jail any one who mis- this county, who bus been a miMioimry ' ,)U,K.K 1AT of the Frank- - $COn to $700. behaves on a train. in Jnpan for'the oast eight years, writing Argils, is a candidate for eniolliug clerk to friends here, mentions in Tilt Courier Journal talks hard sense, of the Senate, and every newspaper man It may surprise some people to be quake that occurred thorotho gnmteaiMm a discussing the silver ijuestion, in the State hopes he will get it. Ho told that Atlanta is the second largest since, by which SO.OOt) bonnes shoit S.IKM when, in ami it says: ''The sober, sensible ami just lias nail long expenence in legislative mule market in the country, St. Louis peopb were destroyed. He says slight middle ground seems to be that the. allairs and is eminently qualified fortho being the lirst. At present the market quakes have occurred dally since, but is very quiet, but Mr. C. I. Crow, who none to damage. The light material of country must have currency enough to position. which Jnpsnes houses are constructed is a large handler of that class of stock, accounts for too increasing business, that as transact its mortality not being AWAV DOWN SOUTH IN DIXIE. thinks it will open lively in Jauuury. much greater. the National Hank notes are retired they must be succeeded in increasing measute A Few Desultory Notes Picked up by The Informed peisons tell us, however, that the Southern mule market is not likely XKW AmT.KTINDIX.VTS. Editor While In the Sunny South, by some other currency, and that thej to be as brisk in the future as iu the With a passenger train down an em basis of this new currency must be both one bankment and several dead and dying past, for two reasons. Thestreet car .iXcu'.4 gold and silver, interchangeable : is gone and the planters are awak with the other. In other words, the in one diiection and a freight wreck And Gents' KurnWiinB Goods. We aic -- till sole Democratic doctrine do- - laying all trains in the other from one ing to the importance of taking more agents for the old (iarrant Or. itit Court reliable waterproof HL'LLL HOOTS. NnreN llcirs. I'btmlilf., niands honest money, expressed iu gold to three hours, it was rather trying on care of tho animals. Heretofore they Jo.. NamVi Drlml4nU. .Sole in Kquay have been accustomed to killing a mule and silver, and paper couveitible into the nerves to lackle the i nitUrncntef the Oirrard Circuit in one season by hard work and poor coin on demand. Any legislation, silver Southern Friday lust for n trip to Atlnn-Coiirtreinlcri.il Jt the February irrm,ifcn, nl nl otherwise, which violates this princi- - ta, but being a stronger believer in tr.. feeding, but they are finding that it ttiurt the hIi tyll cai, will on and any whose re- - destination than a blue stocking Presbv- - doesn't pay and a general reformation pie, is undemocratic, Hee. 14II1, 1S9 eultsare hostile to it will bu visited up terian, I wassatisliedlf would get thioii"! iu that line is developing. Speaking of 11 term, it all right, unless it had been otherwise Mr. Crow, I was told he is getting 01 i.einif me nrt uuy ui the on its authors." ine mi oliiconntv lourt, ell to the hurutt ' WOljllI be to be one nf the Solid Muldoous of the maaert pu'ilU an tinn before tlm Wlict ,.8 Headquarters rr -11 1 ...; ...... M. HW TMn.w..M.:0"1?1""1'1'1 ine to tryUV avert it. Thanks i'itv. Kuli'iu miiilit mniiMV riirlit itnrii Hie followini; ilt Ky ,.it priinenym or tl.en .nit, 1.. for to ribnl tup rnnviiTiN. , ' Set.M antiLt;o,i uMth riiii!icut(r w..w .. 18 I'.ilen ol Kami, liUt Ortlinilti 'inn n.ivwf, to an ever merciful Providence it had and having married the lovely daughter teil on the I'tm walrrmf llinigiug Kurt, in l.lm.ln' have now turned against the negro mi- not been so ordained and I was landed of a wealthy widow, who has borne him county, iimnedulc y on tS turnpike roaj le iiling iinni luiuuru 10 iiiMi'inwue. about 6 mile. Irii'i, ners and are running them out of the safely in the charming city of the Xew a handsome heir, is happy and contented place ami 4 Irom thr luiirr anil m a country. They served notices on them South next morning in his adopted city, of whose praises he K'VhI neiehborlinnil on time. S.uii lurid u boun.lcd thu all to leave and when they failed to do never tires of singing. A lino carriage, mlheeentrK of Hie ManfordIttviiminirat al.il.e ' o and HuMomi turnpike road and orner to the portleii allutlnl to so they tired into their cabins at night Although I struck Atlanta at the same ,,rawn by a spirited pair of horses, was C Nance, llieine S. jj K. neyolct to a iti. and made them tlee in terror. Public time a ram storm umc .in. Given thracc i. did nu.l M, weather placed ar the disposal ol my nrotner and ciirm-rt- mink toaxtonr in Vouni; ulinHuiid K poie sympathy has been with this class of la prevailed nearly rnriirr rn thrnce 17 pole to a ioc, the whole of mv tlir, myself by him, so that we could take in 10 Giveto same and M 74 bor, but their lawless acts are last am MllVu' itilt in t!,J. Craij; thence .. ij' the whole city, for which courtesy I am ciirner pole i lmk Ilir4in oiniw. rmn.r toN r,..-W S7 ""'- - "' to 1 u "w vu'w that, iugitawaya.nl people are saying ...lU'sailvautages, 1 can any. vnl . 3 I...... f duly grateful. All the Kentucky con- then, p.n 7'. mc. . nimxin .mi' ceniroii ....,......:. are i......i.. into : notw t istau.I. In- - tumpiko roml iiience wiin awe ,N. ia- - W unless they ing my favorahly preconcieved idea of tingent in Atlanta seems to be doing imhcs, mrnce W twlrt; Ihi.ntf ei ItU V. 4 iMdet thum.eS V 8 . subjection, a state worse than anarchy me place, as the incen of Sheba said on well, hut as I'M has so recently particu- 70 V J poles, thence S. 60 W.i.,wil.. tl..... ImU ,, pol'et io n a point beyond will follow. There the pr one occasion,, tlm half .. m 1lTVii (I n larized as to them it is useless for me to to Said lf;iunuc.LeCiUiLumn xnt A. re il i. e ...I .. ...... kale will tint..,i.. HI. niuiln nn rrr.li, f which miners ami any others will not be Iti well l.nii !... do so months, bond reipiireil id the purchatur with up ..!.... oi room to i ' provi-peroiial wcurily. hainK the tone and allowed to go ami the leaders had better expand and is ""a expanding as rapidly as NEWSY NOTES. cneci 01 a jtiiigrneiu, with 6 pel cent interrt call a halt. Irom date until paid, reorv in: u hen non Inany city in the South. There is a vast land until all the p irtha.r monev i naid . M DAVlO.V Gov. Urown has lixej Feb. oth for The arguments on the constitutional! amount of business done, the citizens M.isUrCom'r Lincoln Circuit Court being made are wide awake and progressive mid M, the execution of Win. Puckett, in Eatill ty of the McKinley law, now 1 . '. lIMl before the Supreme Court, are based on "x .i.. try one of them is firm in his county. (Jeorge Keis, his wife aud three : tho grounds that the reciprocity ptovis neiiM ot its future greatness shows that Tin- - above is ;t cut of Dicks Pat um.g ni ue ieu undone to make children were burned to death iu their ion gives the taxing power to the presi it cut Kecil Cutter, the best cutter house at Detroit. I.incidn Circuit Couit dent and that it is unconstitutional to 0 for all purposes on the market An explosion at Waekburn, Kng- - Lucy II. ..UhrMle.. Arc , I'lalmlff.. v. Cora Rhode.. leyy a tax on one producer to pay a , l)ufrndant. S.tle in Kuuity. To one who has been accustomed to laud wrecked a hotel and two stores and claimed feast his eyes Call and examine. I also have bounty to anothei. It is also Ily virtue nfaiiidmeHi of hc I.linoln tit. I.. ' iourt rendered In the above tloi cae M the that the law is invalid because a section with its fertile bills audKrass landscapes ciusbed.'tO people. the Oiloher term, Hyi, I will on val..y8, it j n H. S. Wood ha8 been appointed postwas omitied from the enrolled bill. wonder how such a city has been built master at Disputautu, Rockcastle, vice These appear to be good and suUicicnt in such a poverty 1891, str.eken appearing II. U. Wood, resigned. reasons that the bill should be declared section, AtjoVIocLp in. or therivloul. sell at nubile the explaimtion is two fold It is stated that Gov. Urown will ap uiuliuii to the hulie.t bidder, ou the preuue unconstitutional and tho.-'- who are makAnd the Kniumenr bo poor as it looks point his sou and namesake superinten- the l.illoirn described properly. to ml ing the fight are satisfied that it will. A iNit'l I..iinlaiiiMttil on the water of the 111111 me c.tyis not at all dependent on dent of the Anchorage asylum. I incoln lUnKillK iu ounly, Ky.. and houndeu tliu, lleisinniii at the surrounding rountry for in orner .Mrs. Kdward Lyon, of New York, .Sinipoiilnliiieor.Mih. A I' aMawkini. .lone lo support of Lexington, It is emphatically a Tiik colored republicans ihen. e city of. manufacto- was burned to a crisp in her home iu with her line N. 6,, K 14 pole and 14 lmki..n of the ries, as you will agree who compose about .tone.N ijh 10 pohj. , llnl.,, ., 1 ,.r of Kanawha Salt just k. received. when told as I sight of oOO people wbo could not reach iiole8 linU 10 a li.m. tointr to Helm, them e 11. hli population, have asked the president in was, that there are 000 of line .S. ah I5lle. 3 link.. N" 4n y, t,Atu them in active her. 4 linkK, M' ipole nlink inriier in KiCT. a persoual letter what he iiuans by ig- operation, including nearly 75 V. Sj poles every kind It is now thought that iu all proba- ller, t toiomerof 4 pole V ; noring them as he does. Thev aro tired in the category. i?lml a h.nipion. theme S. W ivi bility 100 persons wero drowned by the polei. to .tone, thence S 71', K. jiH.les i links, ' of being hewera of wood ami drawers of o v,.... ...,.i In the nurimiin. o.ntiiniii!. ..vl.n Ml.. . flfllll capsizing of the brig Tahiti, in the Pacif-- j 01 t.auu W Info I was in white voters and demand water for tho -HAtlanta it was all torn Said Trait iaalu.il)le und deoirahle Farm, a soo.1 neiehlMirh.Ml anil hu upon it a coiulorulilc that they bu given some of the spoils up over tho prohibition election as all ic ocean. , . The report of the U. S. treasurer dwllii.g hoiir, mm- ,irn ,! ,1ril i themselves. Kveii a few such positions communities are when they get to mon- builillnK: altiindance shows that the net ordinary revenues of ande'her luitiioteiuenls.id watir, joui.i; orchard as letter carriers will placate tliem aud if Keyiug wiin tliat ipiestion. tm... i .. , JIItM.IHcrir.il .. Term, made '" me governineiil ior .1 pasi. iiac.u year months, twohale will be four ou a redit ofi inu .. these are not forthcoming the republi- was to be Ww!n- -.i nuu iimresut were .IC'.M'J.MZ.or $10,HW,..Klesfl than iiifr.tn. bondsyears nud or theytvn, c.nj install "(a&Rpf7 T reipilrcd purchaser with something drop. promised to be a victory for the antis cans aregoinir to hear expenditures, feet ot apersonal .ernrity, ahavms llm fotce mid cf. for the previous year. The judifinent, with lien returned upon taid though the pros are making a death until all the purchase money la Receiving His paid, The Ttiiri Party ia to have perma- struggle, holding 'meetings every day exclusive of premiums on bonds pur- propertyinterest at the rate of h per cent, psr an licariliK chased, were Sli.V'v'.TS.tkS-l- , an increase of mini Irom dan- until paid the interest mi the last nent headuunrters at Topeka, Kas., and and night, incltidini Smi.ia.. ...i ... bonds to paid annually. ,. " ' Ml The postal revenue for the two sale will be made for division (he proa. iuo . Said wm arrange iui il a iialitKlialitnAnt nt peaiing tiio old. with which the year was $i'M,rii:!,iK)$, and tho expendi- ceeds anions the heirs ami nwidow ofof Dr. K. L. daily papers to preach its doctrines. people of this county are so Uhtidct, ' familiar. tures fTL'.Oii?,.. (J. M. M. C Goods Warranted and a Perfect 1 Cyrus Tiki.!), whoso monument is the Atlantic Cable, is dyinR at Now York, hialast hours darkened by the recent failure of his son for several millions under circumstance which Drove him a rascal, if his mind was all right, which, it is claimed, was not. It is a pity that so remarkable a family as wero the four brothers should have so degenerated. The first of the four was David Dudley, fumed in the law. The aecot'd. Stenlmn Johnson, also a jurist, and equally en mien 10 nonor. llio third was Cyrus West, of Atlantic Cable fame. And the fourth was Henry Martyn, ns distin guished in tho church as his brothers were at, the bir and in business. Saur Small and a man named Murphy seemed to be the leading spirits of tho campaign; a good cause, as usual, being handicapped by poor leaders, who have no tact and little of what the world calls common sense. Atlanta tried prohibition with the remit .is we have seen It returnso often, at'd ed to tho license system. Tho trallle there now is under better control than anywhere in the country and conservative people, who despite tho busines-- as much as I do, and would like to see it entirely removed from the earth, are sat isfied to let well pnough alono and accept tho lessons of the past as a guide for the future. j do-Bir- es ch.-eks- I -in One end of the Tyler House, fC5"a-7't. 5J- S- P " STW3 a caved in and it had to he closed for repairs. IJy the explosion of a dynamite factory at Haverstraw, X. Y., six men wero killed. The shock was felt 20 miles away. Joe Koimett, Jr , the actor, gaveS!,-00- 0 kj J 15 KFSKiis-i-Bfor a bull terrier, said to be the smallest dog in the world It weighs only 1 pounds. ' v w r r ir pi'rSleir6EB80lS The issue of the new Windoin ii n FCC - i. silver certificate was begun by the Trims l. u x nurct f3". y Tuesday. The first note was given hi t Zl U" ifi-to Mrs. Windom. There are now l,,US4 piesidontinl post ollices, an increase of 12.S during the year. The augregnto salaries of 1512281 postmasters is SI l.oiW.Mi'). JAY-EYiJEEfijj imi m M hi Albert Simmy, who shot and Lillet r .o.5u.ur, liugcuo Fitsseerald, at Georgetown, Nit- .mi. j. i. rAsr, (iiKKory urovo lurin. urine -YfiFWrntA of Iturlne, lx..MtVN trylnc i rtir l.tim-- Z unlay night, has been discharged from very known rruu-lyI rt'iuoveil n of two jour htnuilini;, rroiu a j je.ir old lllly, Z custody on the grounds of self defend, with thrvo amplication of Simpson Hush, who is sentenced u hang M Stanton ou the l.Sth for the ! kilting of his wife, has mado a confessJtinltitK!.tnrcpnrnlloii t liatc( : ion. He claims, however, the killing ralA III UPIHR420w. ff. I heartily rt'comiiieiiil II to all J lor: men. z was an accident. W'ehnve humlmtsnfturh (fitvnotnn't D. Negly shot and probably fatal XA ' ru"r si. .in prrlinlllr. Ak xonritnuiit firli Iflm l!?'tfj'jhra ly injured Henry Johnson, I'VacS lluLiiLuJ) "" ""t I li wiiiimy Ktniiinr iIm r x 1'. It :i)lY .V CO., of the Iluckinghain Theatre, Louisville, W.r.tILriLTKrK MARK Whll.liall. V. Y. lWi,i..tHnii,ulnll, ii 'iiiimmi because Johu-o- n had charged him wtUi being unduly intimate with his wife. Henry II. Hyde, a member of the National Republican Committee. sas "it is perfectly understood that Maine will be nominated at Minneapolis, unless he positively deciinis befuio the con volition " Mid-dlesbor' a, : M H . m -- Hsisv ifs?55 i v3Ja . . : M JwSs?JWtf5 xv ..rr' rr Jny-Kite- , lr,r QMINN'S OINTMENT. 1 door-keep- er i ""'"" mm Wo sr s -- Crab Orchard. Ky., DEAL1R IN SENSRAL MERCHANDISE. Kriml-fn.-ir'...- .. - ( ( long.-utleri- ng s. p..e 11 e uuv. ...-..- j j po-itio- n. NETar GOOD -- - j 1 Luild-iiiL- j j 'FALL AND WINTEPu GOODS. j - . ' j - -- Men's and Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, and Hoys' Hals, Neckwear, Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, de-ma- Commissioner's H- virti-eof.- Sale. -- ( j i (Jm.-mnnt- J'. t j or rtf'ROBERTS &:HXGGisrs. - 111 1 ) Monday, 1 1 ... tht r B.IC.&W.H.WEAREN Heating' Stoves, Cooking' Stoves, -, iil Stoves, - . , I I I j', 1 '"" ! t k j.-..-- .. . . . I .N 4 ."V J I'lL-iu- y I I 70-t- il . Stoveware, Stovepipe. Dicks Patent Feed Cutter Commissioner's Sa!e. zlk I Saturday, Dec. 19th, . ... Studebaker Wagon 1 two-third- s v OLrER FLOW, with Genuine Extras .N , B, 4 FOSTER. r - . I 111 .4.RUPLEY,-- - . a I - .; f cd is& kmw'mMMh Fit Guaranteed. ii 1 - -- I . 1 s 7o-- t. DAVW), I.. C C Fall and Winter Goods Give uim a call. wmm'LJm 4- -t 7? Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal 1,1891 Cmw-oai- i fresh salt just received nt J turkeya B. Foster's. Xkiv Sweet and Sour Pickles, Mince Meat, Hominy, Deans, Ac, at A. A. Wanted -l- tanfobd.Ky., Dkcemhek Ulirhettt market price paid. 000 at once. Warren's. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. I r i! A. T. Xun nelley. B.O.WALTON,BU8.MQnngor MEANS BUSINESS. Oi'ii stock of shoeflW com pleto in every line, IncludiiiK the best school shoes to be bad. Severance A Son. Fsctii.vviNO beautifully nntl nrtintirnlly ('one Ht A. It. Penuy'H. pia If Yol n account is now ready. I'lenhC rail anil settle. A. It. Penny. Hak your watch, clock and jowelrv repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work warranted. Hkmkuiikk thatall silverware, watches, rltiKC, Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's will be engraved ftcu of charge. iut i inr-r- beautiful than a flue head of hair1' Anv lady or (eiitloman InMnnford, whoie'hairis turniiii! j;rav, a rnrdinlly mut-- d to oil at Ztintncrri hAervthis week and ae a trial bottle ruliiiwiii'ri CircanHian Hair Tonic. It v ill Mop hair from falling out in three i We will wairer that no paper of the of this ever had ho much reading matter uh we present this mornjni;. Now is the time to anlwrihe. On account of ill health, Mr. HhuIkmi Wilhaiiia has tfiven up the job of haul-iiithe exprewj at this place and Mr. I. M. liruce has taken the Ihi1ii'hs K IlKvoCapt. 11. 1. Ih'su's auiiouiiee merit in another column. H has xtmu largely into tiie real estate himiiies nnd intends to let the people know it. Now i'h the time to have your photograph tukeu. Christmas la mo-- t hero and a hamlHome picture would make a nlco preiunt. A. .1. I'iirp, Stanford. PERSONAL Mkh. POINTS. II. C. (i ss coiitinueM Svi-nmibu- h vejy ill. has buon r Mil. . I. II. On h.no, of llarrodsbunr, with old frlcudri here. Mil. J. r..SAi.uiK,of llarrodhburwas of sample uloves, Tiiiikk lit Niutui) pa-rthe uncut of frk'tnlH here. bun a bit; lot of silk handkerchiefs, mutil'rs, v.. it. IIavhe.v. nt Providence, fuspemlets, socks, ties, &&i All must be been isitint friends beie. closed at once, as tint 10 tin will be vaMiks M mik KlM, of Moru'tiiid, is the cated in a few weeks. Cash Haruain pin-K- t of the .Misses Straub. Store, J. S. Jones. Mu. s- 0. Lai kkv and bride, of Cuero, Texas, am xitiitlnu relatives hero. Don't forvet Mrs. Kuid's entertainKoiiKKT Mc Ai.ihtur went over to Jes-h- a ments, at Turnerrtvilhi on too Sth, Kush mu.' county Tuesday, to look at a Brunch on the Oth, McCoriniicks on the form. lUth, Hustonville 11th and Staufoid A. Stonu and son, Will, of Lib- Mu. 11. I"th. Tint datf for Mt. Xoiiiu is postettv, are quests of Dr. and Mm. O. poned to the 17th. M KoucrtH. -W. l"i.owinih Mkx-iII. J. iKusr, J. StiriiiK Pknmxcton, actiiii; as coroner, and Will Mnthuttv are up in Clny county huld an inquest over the remains tit bunting deer. youm: JL A. Ilrown, killed by the cars, Pi r (iKkii, who bus beun in the rail-roa- d and the jury returned a verdict that his in Louisiana, la vicitinu death was from no eareletHesa on the husinetui iNireiitx, Mr. and Mia. Win. (.Jeer. part of thu railroftd. Mu. W. A. CorrRr and Ida very Mm: ui oi tiik Pica v. Tex 1' ro, hHiidMime bride, jviiru in town yuster- ilav and honored this olllco with a Will and Owaloy IJvan, itilorod, were fluod $7.iOoueh or usiuu profane tall hm KOim to Iontf Mil. llcoli ami sintm: imlecent souiis at view. Ala., where his daughter, .Mrs. J. Jesic YamluvtHfrV, in lloneyvllle, while elmrve of .1 cHiuly pulliiiL' wan in progress. Thev IWm lier Admns, liven, to tnk a wrv mill. will work out their tines on the street. y W. P. Pikk was joined here i Hkw ii V: HoHKMs. Messrs. U. L. lvol-loby MimUu- - of Tntlns Prank Harris and P. K. lloweir, Kdvancu admits looking afUir the Hnd tho two are now (or tilts nrwit miiKrel troupe, are hem lavinpiton yard. arrange-intuit- u IIohkht Wiiitu. of Miililleabnm. jwotsod deiwmtiiiK the town ami makim; of tiiHir show on for tlie rtMiiiiii: on ti (treviivill. Mis.., yeMorduy, with l.el.odyof Mi-- . ieirM (J. Clark, who the lllh. Titer are SI puoole in the company and they tjire a uhow (hat will the day iwfore. Oabriel,"sub-f- i phMfcethe niitivet. I iiientloninic the worl riber says he bud no roforettcu to that A. A. Waiihkn, urocor, received an or-tlelegant and polite. iuntleinan, Mr. HenyoMerday from Dr. Lee It. Yates, of ry (iabriel, of the luiisvillo Storu. Hiawatha, Kansas for a barrel of meal Mis. It. s. . tlk liai moved with Ms made from Hint corn. We no not know 1 m. lau-U'ua- pule Hick. IVwrov iHiuuht lllrtharvs of stock in the Farmers Hunk and Trust Company from T. I). Now land at ?120, tho Hell er reserving the comini: tlividend. U. J. Charles L. Dawes nnd Miss Maud, the pretty daughter of Mr. J I). I'.tstin, married at the bride's home, near Halls (jap, Wednesday niht. Elder. J. U. Li melon officiated. Rev. Preston lliakc, pastor of the Missionary Baptist church, of Richmond, nnd Mim Stullu Campbell were married Dec. :t, at the homo of the bride, Ln- mont, Miss. I!ev. C. P. Williamson, of the Christian church, Atlanta, late of Richmond, uncle of the bride, olliciated. The Climax says Mies Campbell was a beautiful Kill, who was educated nt Madison Female Institute, nnd bna many warm friends here. '.Mr. Blake ia a miu idler of no mean ability and is a cultur-oKeiitlemau. The marriage of Mr. I). F. tagim, of this county, ami Misa Sophia ISriht, of Danville, is announced to taku place m tho First Presbyterian church at 7 e. i., Dec. lUth. As no invitations will bo issued to the wedding ceremonies, the many friends and admirers of the young people will therefore feel at perfect lib erty to attend, and a large crowd will grace the occasion. This will not only unite two o( Kentucky's oldest and most highly respected families, but will join for life two of tho most popular members of Danville'H society ciicle. Advocate. d Mm i UU Artlclf" ?rRCS'v fvitaSsi The Pull Prufpectu) of Xolallc ticen wrlticn IA3 mi rmmn Itaturn for ilxjz an iluinc by a 1 'iV" .I"?" '&.'& ..l in 'ST'"3 T. " ' cuincti lop.es e n-n- t 1 rtc. Bpilliant Contributors. liac riirctilj- for - tlic oimlnp Cyrus Y. Plcld. The Right Hon. V. Ii. Oladslone. Count Pcrdlnand de Lesseps. Andrew Carnegie. Sir Lyon Pla fair. Frank R. Stockton. The Marquis of Lornc. Justin McCarthy, ALP. Dr. Lyman Abbott. V. Clark Russell. The Earl of Aleath. Vasill Ycrestchagln. Henry Clews. Camilla Urso. Airs. Henry M. Stanley, and One Hundred Others. S lift of cmliuut men nr.il umiipn, anion" whom ro s S 700 The Best Short Stories. ' 100 Stories of Adventure. Nine Illustrated Serial Stories. Hints on Sketches of Travel. Articles of Practical Advice. Household Articles. Popular Science Articles. Glimpses of Royalty. Natural History Papers. Charming Children's Page. Railway Life and Adventure. Large Pages Five Double Holiday Numbers. Illura!ed Weekly Supplements. Nearly :ooo Illustrations. n. The Volume for 1802 will Contain . r rv I "A Yard of I ii M Roses." r? iilperlbcri nhn Mill nil out nml eml uh tlil llp ulili name To .Vim nml nililrroH nml Sl.7'5 iiriilll wrnil Tlir riniiiiniiin 1'rrr In. Inn.. tM)- 11 ml Tor 11 I'll Vcnr Iroiu Mini Dim-- . TliU ulli-- r Incln Ilir Til WK"-(JIVIM- J, C'llltl'T1IAS nml M".V F.I!'- - Double llnllilii) Nnmlirri.. Vp I!I 1T lll nlti cnil 11 nips' nfn IhmiiiiI'iiI mini mi, rntltlfl " 11(11. 1 IJOM:-"- ." Il iiroiliirlimi lin ro.l TH KT TIHM K. . "rnt n ,r r I rrt f tfnd (int. Kl." Oritr vr ill r,, S THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, Ronton, Mas.i. 1 7 FREE TO JAN. I, I8S2. "M This Slip SI .75s y-Sv TPXJ&J&JtA-!U''SSS- '.'?. Hi .CflT .m I! -- ,C S v tfiT' f V" rw v--- .j "t A v V. zj ru ii"n i rVT -- rrL.-- " jt.i w w i- rSJU W DEATH'S DOINGS." I.hs -- it yes-terila- i! .t-- d er to W. II. Anderson's brick ...m- i- whether rations are short out there or on Somerhet street. Judge Lytic " that thu doctor wants to stick Ihh tooth ' ick, but was able to bo iint u!.dn in some of the kind of bread he thither Wednesday. Witt raised on, but it is most likely the mji iiik P.. It. C.i.iwim.u .In, wan in I UUr. from Waynmsbiiri; Wednesday U (ptallfy loo.il broke in two Tiik an j us! irn of the peace, having Wun apwhile koiiik down the hill to Kovvlaud, pointed by tiov. Ilniwn to till the vaean-- i Tuesday evenint:, and as soon as it was y occasioned by the removal of W. T. disej,veretl the ilrat Mftiou came to a I't from the county. IihU. The li"i section, which was com" Mu Jons W. IUstin, of Pittsburg, ing down the snide at a terrific speed, came down Wednesday to vlait Ida pa- ran into the first section nnd demolished He rents. Mr. nd Mrs. J. I. l.aslin. a car. It was almost a miracle that the from the serious has about recovert-whole train did not leave the track. accident he bad levurul weeks io, M asu w. Mewumi HrrrhU-- nnd took when the mine caved in on him. Ooi-O. Ilium ky is the busiest to Williuiiithurt! Vdntsdny Fr.uik Dry ' man in Kentricky. He had to hurry colori'tl, elmrirud w ith htiudiiii! S72'n worth j back from Washington to defend lien of clothinu', furnitiiri', hed rlothes, vr., Mrt ....:.. t nil, nm'i Martin, for murder, at Loudon, which IIIMII .illlli- - .in..i.... .,!.,. ...!..... .i.. trial was called jrMerday. The colonel elniniri that ho had hfrn livinit with tho says ho tniht have enjoyed his visit to woiuiin for hi'Vitii! ye.irsand iilrot out that he thoiiKh lu hIiiimmI tho iooIh to this thu capital more, but it was there and every Kentucky repitbh-wh- o plart he dm not eonflidir it a erinit. nnntH something put him to work. I II. .1... iiiiinn-- i uil.l iii.iiiI...X....1. fr... iwtiv.ii ..win HI inr iiiu Mu. Luk (i How mii, who used lo run was beie the lat t tho tlrst train leaving Cini'iii-- : the paper at llarl.io 0. II., mom congenial nati, tin' daily conucttinn moiuIi of JuncWednesday tteukinu iM A desperado named Spurlock tion City in broken and it now takes clime. even hours for a letter to leuch Hustonville bail uotten bin WlneheMer to i:et for ii "piece that wai writ in the paper" or McKiniii'y. V huvo written to Supt. and Mr. Howard not wishing to cet kill- A. Hurt, t'xplrtiniiik' tho situation and was the better ed decided thatdiscr-tio- n tho vory part of valor and m nhook the mud of havo hopes that ho will remedy serious dclav to us. Harlan from his feet. fauiil south-tiound W. . riwi-in.- t. Mrs. Woodson, mother of Mr. Matt Woodson, formerly train dispatcher here, died Monday at Woodson ville, Hart county. She was (Ml years old and bad been in excellent health until u short timeugo, when she was stricken with paralysis. Walker llailey, the second son of Mr. J. Wesley llailey to die In n month, breathed his Inst Monday, after an illness of a few weeks of typhoid fever, the untiie disease which killed his brother. Hewnsonly 17yeaiHof age, but in the morning of life, which was full of promirents' hopes wire ise, and when his the highest he wa cut down. The v.aa of Providence are strange and mysterious. lllcsed is the one who has faith to ray and feel that Hedoeth all things well. The remains were interred in the II union ville cemetery, in which an unusual number of new graves appear. Mrs Margaret N. Lyon, widow of the late D. M. Lyon, whose husband has been dead 7 years, died at the home of her win, Mr. ( C Lyon, Wednesday morning, at 11 o'clock. When her little grand-so- n was luken sick bhe went over to help nurse him and while there wns stiickeu down and died in a few days, llusides Mr. Chris Lyon she leaves four children, all grown Misses (alio and llettie Lyon ; Mrs. T. 15. Lewis and Walker Lyon. Mie was a member of the Christian church for many yonis, and having lived up (o its teachings, is now enjoying tho reward promised the faithful. The remains were interred in the Hustonville cemetery yeaterdny, :it which many friends gathered to pay the last tribute of respect. Toe sympathy of th' mblic is with the Lyon, who family, especially Mi I'h-i- s in a week to has been culled on tv mourn the loss of dear ones. 1 THE IlltlDAL PAIITT COMIXO UOW.S THK A1SLK. They all bought their garments from K Q m u 1 m& M3P31 OIS1SV Is 10 they jit. T ore See how nicely They also sell the following goods: Flannel, Shawls, Dress Goods. Shoes, Hats, Boots, Carpets, Trunks. Valises, Men's Boy's and Children's r lothinR" At remarkably low prices. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, A. XJURAKSKV, Proprietor. MANES ANO GABRIEL, Managers. mnv, am Stationary, Semi-Portable mm-AND wxiiih .3 STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. and Portable. All power. sizes up to Unequalcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. 26-horse CHURCH AFFAIRS. Write for Kre IIIutr.ited l'amplet nu't-t-ini- anil )Oiir wants to Dr. (iuerrant held a at hlinvillo nnd tf on tlve-dny- : 1(1 pools to TIIE JAMES LEFFEL & NEW YORK CITV. CO., OHIO. Christ. Lev. V. S. Polhtt will assist Pastor Saviiuo in u nieetini: at (ieorKetown, he- - Sl'RI.VOKIKI.D. I . Art-ho- r -i inniim Sunday. mm. . v.... n... ii 'i' n ,..:..! l... l.l c . i lit; inn- - iiu. 11 i. 1'nniui iicni OOO iiihiiranco on Iuh life, which has been paitl to Iuh widow. KldiT Wiillnre II. T. BVSII, REAL ESTATE AGENT, TO THE PUBLIC. Tharpfhecan hinptiK Stanford, l.t ik Ky. CITY AND VICINITY. 1'itKSii 15. ear-loa- d of salt just reeeived at K.aud W. ll.Wearen's. .M. K. Kikin imhIi prior for hides, fur, C. uy the hiyheht A. joist I.ndw. f I I.UMiiKit for sale, hoxini;, and seantliiiL', ?H por 1,(XX) feet. I'illat, Ottenheini. Wk havo some handsoiia d.ess patterns, whiult we will close out regardless of cost. Soveranee A Son 'I'll kuk are 111 men in tho Henrli fc Howers Minstrel troupe, to niako fun for us on tho 11th, when a crowded houso is assured. Bank Siock. I will sell puhlicly, I and -' o'clock on January court day, on tho corner of tho Court-IIoitshares of Farmers Bank and Siiuurc, Uwsley. Trust Company stock. K. he-twe'Mi Tiik linn of I?. K and W. II. Wearen huvo sold to huncaster parties nearly days. Tho LW.000 hricks in the last few ofUurrard is ovidently county seat to riso IMmuix liko fioin tho ashes of the several llrcs recently. try-iii- ' K T : has rented tho rortmtin House, in tho Karris As Hnrdiu, and will open d a dry .oods atoro. He is wen acipuuuv-eand would ruu ono with the bualnen that would do the town proud. Mu. JoiiTiiioiiKS R Ktore-rooi- n tor.ite at Carlisle with a protmrtod meet- '' We have spared neither time nor money in selecting the following I have .tnle u niimberof V'AKMS lor sli' j.,,. .,.l,! 1, ;u ,,... iti im..r.iuj . '"- M"H" IibiUiii l.lnrtiln county II erv al1 well imiroe.l ami k' e Thoe Itov. Thoina's N. ltalston, who died rich lands, rnnninc in i'e from 50 to 500 uiMrCovinvton. lawt week, need SO, had - ,.1. .i,. it,Hi lo. jlliv. their ncliiiess ami r goods which vc offer to the public and which are strictly California if iiirnniLi'i and tility of "il been a Methodist preacher 01 years. ' r.MiU that hrtlie nntkels rlylit lo our diwr, i productions: .... . I.....-- T thin tho LamUof .in y oilier tOiint' Rev. .1. M. Mil lee, of the Pnptist the coi 'I liert? i tc.iri.el) a Purin the Mate church, who uiarned a Mis Fair, of this ivaver , nilte from ihfiieiut ,t. MHintv i ihecled with turnpikes runni. . in holding a revival at Owens- county, flnre HOI puliltc road en in ecry direction il,.-- , n.iiuv seal lint i . mil Mncatlaime bom. riwilil Mill ,.. lir.l'll'h Mt u- c..- ..... .Iw. K.K.vvlll.' Ilr.mcli ot thi".. I. AN , 11 I. . ,. .... ......... ..... -- Kev. W. I 1..1.1 yt ..' I. .: lh .. i.t.u. Meal, Miiriilund Sundiiv afternoon at : o clock. li. dlVIUII'K "c L.iiin.v u vcnhtiNHith: the K c K A nice lot of China Dinner and Tea Sets just received. Kxamine them. at i No service at the Methodist church Vr'.c'.V.J't'ne'nu'o Tiik now uiaii.iKomeut of Middleshoro hne three large wtn.i. HeMiles, Oliue..Mllltiay nielli. tlllS ..!. . .. ... u. ..r Mill, the counlv thatKlveus a market '.... evidently means bu8ines. Many city (ilasnow limes suysoi new vi . foralm,riir,n ncht .u homiv and the dciiop The ollicers, which were mero sinecures with !:. ICIlis, who has heen calhd to the pas fancy salaiies havo been dispensed with tOP.UH of the Chrintillll cltUrKll here: Ho ie, .South by railroad-- ha, created such a demand .,,... !... .. .1, .,..,.. ..I. .......I... lor .III....! r....lj-...- l lor nnr.iviiliilrrlll.ll up rati and all have had thoir wages reduced to IS kllll" uiioiish " till ri'lain iinuuii (;""" fortho services ron-- , man, nine prciciici, sincere christian a Cnn.flv...nni. an nnxiierou. zenerou. and 1... a reaonahlt an earnest, ... rhrill.nll,' and dllClltlOII deted. The saving is over 'Jll.OOO in ,.,w,.l miu iii i'vitv Mciise of the word It i...!!..i .rt lmt in the iount :i month. Our friend, (Jam Hays, who is with cenuine remet that the (Uaow pro. .....I.. -y a u i ai..t has some lots up ihefo at startlini; fig- i.nlilic will learn of his contemplated do- - per..., imir innao ia (I.ATK AI.KXAN'lKrfS HOIKI., Illi'CtoU tloorwliy iron, u.e .."iiiito "" ..u....ures, feels 111010 conlident now thunuvor nartlire for Ctlier tields. v.ithra,t, ea,tS'..th milwfrom the N.rthwet into the no,- .. t. .l.i that he will yet realize a profit on them. -- lh'V. CieorKO O. BliriieWrites to tl e ' . ....1 ,,dexel..ped bvtf..iti. iilit Itlm'.dr.lMt AND mountaini .ifhoutheasten the I... L...I us IoIIowk "It tlie - ..l,..the Stnle null railroad,uh.ilo running throiiEh already ettin in I.cxinj!ton rres-Tiik merchants uro rnruiii ot naturally Day. money for the U"iO hooks sent to Ken it to all l'int of the conipat. inalo it South fur $2.50 lo ated town. In the their Christuuis jjoods and they promise tucky comes, we may be able to sail for one "f the lestand other ei.terprl,eof magnitude. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housmanufacture, to excel all previous otlorts in their disagitated and rient Work are now this winter. If not, wo remain Water the town .ilui.it mile of LOUISVILLK, KY. ahoue play this year. Tho time is not far dis- home comes from some (here co.iiil be erected Water Work, ttli ery we are till it tant when the v will ho placed on the 1 where city of 150,000 in W. It. LOGAN, would M.pply We are afraid tho friends will little cot that me purcM aim uei waici ... ..habitant, ltll counters and in show windows for exhi ' miarter Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. m... llnl.tf-lti- . ht ltfttn miurlv rrliliilt in A. W. Jones, J J. ,, !'.. -. yeaT,..nd uh..,ii.r.t houio..rd re,- hitiou and sale and of course it is the HOI remit, uh......, already. the Water ... ....... If SO, let tllCIU ilU., c w, , ompare with I.irjer cine of jreatcr ........... Our merchant and triidcincn ate desire of each merchant to dispose of ca across hy uus leuer, aim mmrtw c -- ; We h.ue two and dolus well many Christinas trix as possihle. An be reassured ktock ol S400.000 that are KO.Ui, lianlx. llh .1 i.ipit IlVllll to all remitt.1 " advertisement in the Intkiiiok Jot una i. priipctou, Ifil in " Lhcd"" We have .. Female I ""1 1 1 r I 1 ' X"V Crouch Knd, London." We nave picruu will he seen and read hy thoiHands of a i.ire ihiik Lollei;e, piN in alt. nilance an. way to call ..rtl,.. f',.nlinllMr j,fi(f I M llnlili.lril m.i people and thete is no hetter ...... llll'HIIim.u iriui. U. .... .1 C.Mi.mH. ...u. . t n u a..... UtfC .ll.il.L. the attention of tlie public to the various of the Currency shows that durum tlie !'.... ... i.i. I'rnf II Ah' .7Clillll.ll .1. 1.it, i. .. ..w.n. head. We IlIaLeni.in at DKALKK IX- kept in stock than through tho vear enilinu (Jet. .11, l' . uevv hinks were i,,,eone ..r the bent I'ubiu School bmidint in wurea ...... ...... ...,., .1 of Hie State. Willi oier 100 pupils in ninii columns of your homo paper. In ouler oran$.ed Wltll .1 capital Ol 4, w UI. other go! private .chooU, onrchiwlfac..ltle, are ox.ellenl to Ktvu everybody h chance, wo will, as Duriuu the S.ime period 11 associations churchbii1linnc, repi reventing ' We has been our custom for years, issue two ..ml Intr. Voluntary litigation and X'o be- - t.cry have elrsant .lenominatlon.with a full corpx.i mini,ters double numbers about the middle of this Came insolvent. The number of b.Ulks of f.a cUm talent "J are dome a heller bu,ine,t thu'temrn, a. fact,. AND PROMPTLY DONE. wj month and for those issues we will give in operation on the date nained was :!, h? ViveVd" .;lw Without anv exaKseratioii or colonus, at iIiom. li'.ll. liaVIIU: a capital Ol ft.M...l.,&0.l. liberal rates to advertisers. A few of the Hopkins County Who Unn will hear i... out. and th.w whiiwUh safe Tl Ifif All work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. spent this way will prove a jjood in- Hank 'It Madisonville, blown ..Jb-- r S ., 1 will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods vestment and one. that you will uot .1UJ do well to cult and ee me heforn pur- and ro il)Cd 01 HIIOUl Sji.OOO 1 uemiuy chaiiiB elsewhere. making. njgit, Farm-arA-i1 "" We cordially i'ni'.e the l.idics of this vicinity to call and inspect our complete stock of everything to eat, received fresh from the markets. v, I 111 j I 1 i .1 Prunes, Pears, I V -. . Apricots, Peaches, Ejjjj Plums, lute Cherries, Navy Beans, Gages, Green Rice, Ifoiuiiiy. Lima Beans, Oat . 1 j 111 ' j m.rurV'S.lro'ljndV i fc.-"- FABRXS & HAHDI3ST. -- .1 , i iL-ur- o . 1 - 1 ... - ... ..Snlh .... il " y . . S!T1K WIIIiARD THOUOUGHLY RENOVATED Ai 1111 IMPROVED. e, Rates Per s thrif-fo.utl- i- .1 .1 - Manager. . ..M """".' . .1 --- j 1 .'",; .1 -- .... T) Tv T ll T 1,1 I ... .... , -- "',," -- WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY. REPAIRING NEATLY dol-lat- q oU -- re-p- et ,' 'W.nSSS: &VT bnw& lwJ Semi-Weekly i-- ? White, of Tennessee, will Published Every Tuesday and Fr day preach at tin' Baptist church Sunday next. SI? igh riding, oiimv balling and ice lunches wore tlie programme Sun- rVh(n nut o paid S2.50 "!l ".e charged."" Rev. .1. M. crt-ai- Interior Journal MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. ii:iy. K. i. LOCAL TIME CARD. Wilclier A Moran linve remodeled Thankpciving was the llrst in many Mait tram going North It 20 pm years that there were no services held nt 134pm Soutn It looked cu 13am anvof the churches here. Eipress train " South ' " " North.. tiiJ" rious, as Middleburg can furnish more 6 wain Local Freight North preachers than any otner place South jupm carry passengers. The latter train alo tho sun. As therv was no money uuder The above itcalculated on standard time, Solar in it, time was not lost. time it about ao minute faster Preparations are being made by the faculty and students of the Institute to give n large and enjoyable entertainment on the night of Dec. Itii. The musical department will also entertain, under Gores, the supervision of Mi6S Taylor, of 1 one-hors- Train naves Rowland at 7 00 a. m., returning at s:op. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. their livery stable in house and stock and are doing a fine business in their Hue. e For Scllsy Ulcoti carbuncles, scrofulous Pttjj 12 liar-rodsbur- g. yar dT l-- The latest new building on Kaco street has been completed at the hands s style. They of Geeler & Co. in will immediately commence on the now boarding hall on Miller avenue. The house will be a large one and will be It will pushed through rapidlv. relievo and euro Tired of living alone under the presdyspepsia, nervous sure of the new constitution, a solemn debility, and ceremony at the hands of a minister, tied together the hearts of Mr. K. tired feeling. a bachelor of (0, and Mrs. Betsy Ca Jones, a widow of 30, near this place on last Tuesday evening. May the Lord w'.ll cure shower blessings on them and their future life glide easy. The Middleburg Music Company is now undersweeping headway. The brass SURGKON DENTIST. Office on Main street, over W. II. McRobertt' band, which has had some trouble, is Drug btore.Manieru. now howling at the hour of midnight. Tho three string bands are also producing sweet, harmonious sounds. We R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. can their of as musical town as there is, boast but two houses in the place being withDENTIST. organ, besides the College Office on Main street, opposite I'ortman House, out piano or upstairs. Nitrous Oxide On given for painless instruments. Middleburg will have her ""'"'STANFORD. KENTUCKY. music if she can't get her liquor. Our mail matters are out of kelter again. If any place on earth ever got Mr. way we do it nm.-- t have its mail PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, been in in a Adam's time. It is generally L' STANFORD. KY. hys late and soun times n week and FARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. Office In Odd Fellows' Hmlding, up stair then it is nil mixed up with all other Office hours 7 to 8 a m., to 2 p. m , 7 to S p. m. mail iu the county. Still our towns culls Wanted Clovei hay. IW. Green." for a daily mail and to be received from A. T. Martin bought of John MurAY. B. tiie train separate from others. If our phy 70 turkeys at d cents. will stir up things, may be M. C. Kulmnks sold to W. II. Prew-it- t 7 fat heifers at 2 cents. we can have a regular mail. We are unOffice South side Mam street, in office recently P.. H. Hobbs o!d to W. I Herrin, of der the same impression that yourSouth vacated by Or. I.. V. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Fork scribe was iu regard to the C. &. G. the Knst Knd, 11 heifers atJfl.SO. J. K Iirucespjil to Gentry Hros., of M. CRAIG, R. II. DR. Our town was somewhat amazed Hoyle, a lot of shipping cattle at 4J cts.l Homoopathic Physician, William Burton sold to Beazlvy Bros. lost Sunday by seeing Somerset's chief of . - - - KENTUCKY. pollre, Anderson, here, as it is not cus- 10 hog-- averaging 1(50 pouu s, at :t STANFORD, to 3 p. m.; a to tomary for law regulators to impose up cents. 10 to it a. in.; Oflice Hours: Ben Bibinson bought of W. II. on us ou Sunday. The story is that Mr. 0 p. m. Office on Lancaster street, opposite Collingsworth, proprietor of the Green Cummins 27 head hops ul 3 39"' Hiyer Hotel, had under bis employ a cents. K. II. Jones sold new cook, who hailed from Danville. Mock Bros., of NATIONAL BANK She had only been here a few days when Boyle, a tilly colt bytoFerguson Wilke Anderson arrived Sundny, and informed forS22S. OF STANFORD, KY. Mr. C. that his new cook was needed in W. A. Colfey bought of L. F. Sharp Somerset for carryiug otf some articles, 14 head of f.it cattle, averaging Capital Stock- -. and for some reason failing to return to at 1 cents. . Surplus the owner. The officer and companion J. K. Bruce sold for Dr. J. B. Owsley invited to the fact left for Somerset late Sunday eveniiig. of packing hogs in Cincinnati i Attention of the public is Hank Stanford. that this is the only National National in Uank Act. Dr. Prcssgrove, of Somerset, is here at 3 32 to 3. Under the provisions of the bythe (or Maggie Beck at 100 to 1, shocked depositors are secured not only liability capital for a few days. Nelson Wilclier returnan stock, but by the stockholders4 '.,......,t ,n ill. stock, so that depositors of ed from Lexington Monday. Tyler Jas- the talent by winning the six furlong I S4.ooo. this institution are secured by a fund of the bank per delivered a temperance lecture Sat- - race at Guttenburg in 1:1. of rive vorn statements thethecondition United States govern urday night. S. Cotten nnd family, of year to S. (. Govor, of Pulnfiki, has I IT. are made each examinee -ment and ltsaset are thus souring '"" '" ' : Danville, spent a week with Mrs. Co- mountain ewes and S" wethers at Liberadditional by government agents, and perfect safety to depositors.established as the llingsworth and returned Sunday. Miss ty Pryor's, which he wishes to idipoe This institution, originally Lury Swope, of this place, is reported of. Deposit Hunk of Stanford In iSj8, then isand d in nsy charge the National Uank o Stanford muttil t conduct u so as to Lost. Two yearling ho so mule', W. K. That will cast n us the First National Rank of sick at Huston ville. notwaly maintain us such reputation, but to add again unin accnmtno.t.-to its long lilt ol fricm!. Slanlord in ia, has had practical y an supplied gloom over one of our deputy post mas- dark brown, with white nose.sitt)out 14 HOUSE, lions for cooisaerrial tra4er Specialnae looms for existence of years. It is better prompt aod A Fortune In Store. fortransactingbiisines Information leading to ters. We sympathize, because we have hands high. thedlspio) of saHSplos. now with facilities and To the Kditw Interior Journal F. B. HILEY, Proprietor, ly and liberally than ever before in its long fidu- been therp. Perry Weslev is with us their whereabouts will be thankfully recorporations, honorable career. Account of respectfully Karly in the Ill's one Pallas Love emiA First-Clas- s Saloon - - - Kentucky. ncain, nfter an absence of several months ceived. S II. Shanks. ciaries firms and individuals grated to Texas and took up large bodies London, And MILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached. A. T. Nunnelley bought of Logan at Wnynesburg. Geo. H. Waters, of JOSKPH COFr'hY. The Directory of this Uank is composed 01 I hive moved to my new Hotel and am hettci of land in various parts of that State. A Danville, is here on business and will re- Murphy 20 hogs, averaging 27o pounds few years the public. ever to T.J. Foster, of Stanford; later Love was attacked by a prepaied thinattached accommodate"onveaieac dt Good Livery and every Forestus Uoid, Lincoln county ; at ? cents and of B. D. Holtclaw a lot of main n few davs. baud of Indians, aud after a desperate sired. Give me a call. A I. Laotians John II Cattleman J.W. Ilayden, Stanfotd; s tine at same price. He also bought of PRANK RILKV. 71 light he was finally overpowered, tomn-haS. H llaughman, Lincoln; How to Prepare anil Address Packages John Buchanan a bunch of butcher M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon; ked and scalped. At that time land Sent by Mail. cattle at 2 cents. S T Harris, Lincoln; pi was of very little value in Texas, but as Supt. A. Burt, superintendent railway 0-A.SIEThere were killing freezes two nights J.S. Uocker Stanford; G A. Lackey, Lincoln; mail service, requests the publication of this week in the cane nnd mange regiors years piased it continued to increase iu T I'. Hill, Stanford; value and when the cities of Galveston, these timely suggestions: of the far South. The cold wave hue W. O.Welch, Stanford. .... .1 . I. .,.:.... ........ ....... ... uuiii ,. n i..scw.iim a aicmuic-- nut l.i.ilt n.. ., Suuil , ilatCSt C.1SI1 IlinrK'Ot PHCC paid is approaching when the rolled across the contiueut from tho U'.. The season W. Tate, Stanfotd. r .,:A Wlr r ...'. i...i :i l ui en liUICO 1IIIUJ, II OFFICERS: mails will be filled with holiday presents Bockies to the Atlantic. The wheat (lUlllljll for and a great many are unnecessarily lost, crop has probably suffered some damage ormous value. B a recent decision of J, S. Hocker, President; the higher courts it is decided that the Jonu J. McRuberts, Cashier; delayed or damaged each year because from the sharp aud sudden freeze. A. A. McKiuncy, Assistant Cashier heirs of Pallas Love are entitled to this of the indillerent manner in which they Nearly 1,400 horses have entered tl e land and during the past year numerous & (JASTLEM j are prepared for mailing. 2:.')0 list this year, the greatest number &c, at Newspaper orother thin paper should in the history of the turf. jKlectionefr lawyers have writton to the heirs agreeMVNAOIiRS, Co. never be used for wrapping, and pack-ay- es leads with : new ones to his; credit; ing to put said heirs in possesion of the M. F. ELK IN & CO., Commerce Building, Louisville. of what they recover. lands for OF STANFORD, KY., as ordinarily wrapped where pur- Bed Wilkes follows with: 2S. and d STANFORD, KV. Tho Hon. Y. U. Ramsey, of London, Agents throughout tie South is a close third with 211; Onward Is now fully organued and ready for business with chased are not sufficiently secure for who is one of the heirs, has gone to Texforwarding in the mails. has 10; Pilot Medium has 1", and so as to look after the matter. Among the Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Use ptiong paper; make a solid pack- ou. W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Ajont, other heirs in this portion of Kentucky 10,000. age that will not crush easily; tie well Surplus, . Good Foit Sai.k. One pair nice match SrANKOHD. KY are Mrs. James Lawless, Mrs. E. 1). with good twine; address legibly and horses, 151 hands high, one 4 and the SUCCESSOK to TIIE LINCOLN NATIONAL Potts and Mrs. Judge Denny, of Lexing correctly with ink on the lower right-han- other 5 years old, drive well single or DANK OF STANFORD, Quick Risintr Buck Wheat corner and very few packages will double, also a splendid combined mare, ton, Mrs. J. I. McKinney and our own Flour, Maple Syrup, Rolled up) with the same assets and under (NowcloMiig Oats, the same management. fail to teach destination in gooil condi- 4 years old next spring, by Silver King, Col. Dan Slaughter, of Crab Orchard, ',y provisions of itschaiter, depositors Me at is a of Col. Pallas Cracked Wheat, Imported Macwho fully protected as aie depositors in National tion. and a No. saddle horse six years old Strawber-- , Love, and will come into a nice little aroni, Cream Cheese, Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually It is always advisablu to place the by Stonewall Jackson, Jr.gJH. H. ry, Pine Apple, Quince and Rasp-- 1 liable to the extent of the amount of their stock share of said estate, something like a therein nt the par value thereof, in addition to the name aud uddreM of the sender on the !!t. Crab Orchard. berry Preserves in bulk, Lemon amount invested in such shaiei. It mar act at upper left hand corner of all packages, half million dollars. esccutor administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as Col. Craddock, who is authority on and Currant Jelly in bulk, Peach an individual etc., sent in the mails, so thoy may be anything that has transpired iu the last To those who, entrusted their huisiiiess to us The lawsuit between James Lang-tlo- and Apple Butter, Pickles, plain, while mnagiiiK the Lincoln National Hank ol returned iu case the addresses cannot be c?ntury or so of his life, says: Wheat is our manv thanks and and W. .1. Goodwin, of Science sw.eet and mixed in bulk, Pickled Stanford, wec here tender trust tbey will continue to transact their business found. Postal statistics show that more very backward about showing itself Hill Pnl'ialri hid Kmin S. Onions, Pickled Olives, Celery with us, offering as a guarantee fur prompt attendelayH result from incorrect addresses above ground this fall, ''owing to the court for two vears, i.as at last been set-- 1 pressing, Mustard Drcssinff, Gra-tletion to name, our twenty years' experience in banking and as liberal accommodation, as are con- than from errors in distribution by posdrouth, but tho fall of l&f2 was drier The defendant, W. J. Goodwin, ,e.d Hr3.B . Ra dlS,!14S Ne.W Prunes, sistent with sound banking. tal employes. . wamuiuiu, Apncow than this year, and yet 18ii: gave us one pays all cost, which will amount to DIKKLIOH. Incise of loss or delay report the of the finest crops ever harvested. Mt. Vernon; J.J. Williams, Slanlord; same to your postmaster with nil of the J. M. Hall, urn riKiii ui way iu II OL iv information that can he given. Owsley, Maniora; kinds. Corned Beef, Qof. Albert Stone, a brother of Congress- that Godwin sold i.a,do 10 venr, ,. .& J.S. Embry, Stanford;! S.J. man Stone, swallowed IL'0 grains of mor- in Science Hill. The amount involved Deviled Ham, Chicken, Turkey. To a woman of delicate feeling, the J. K. Lynn, Stanford; Sterling. Although the in the beginning did not amount to over &c, Fancy and Plain Candies, A. V. Carpenter. Milledgeville; most persuasive declaration of love is phine at Mt. enough to kill 100'meu he has $200. The parties aro competing mer- Cakes, Nuts, California Green J. K. llaughman, Hustonville; tMe embarrassment of an intellectual dose wiw Fruits, Bananas, all in great VaF. Cash, Stanford J. experienced little or no discomfort, ao it chants. mau. Latena. -- iTrf.'nfr ' riety, Fresh and Nice, nothing fci2 William Cooch, Slanlord, Ky. is reported. The Kentucky Consolidated Oil and Havlnir removed my llaiber Snop to the Com but the Very Best. President. A jury nt Indianapolis appeased the S.H. Shanks, mercial Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate laIn tho vicinity of Jellico alone 17 of Gas Company tins struck a strong How J. Ii. Ovler, Cashier dies aa well as gentlemen in anything they may ID. wrath of n mob by giving tho rapist of a the released convicts lnve died from ex- of oil on Otter Creek, in Wayne county, wish in my line. Children alto waited on Call W. M. Wright, Teller. J little gitl "".mo. JUbSE THOMPSON, Opposite Portman House. 69 General and the people arc greatly excited. posure. :i years in the penitentiary. j. ii. InComraercial cczoma, ana oil othor diseases, take first-clas- IXyer's SarsapzYllla that Ed-ward- s, Has red Others yoj. A.S. PRICE, II. C.'Nuiinelley, 1 business entanglements, his long connection with the stall department of the regiment, brigade ard tln.illy corps head quarters as a cleik, besides his experi ence as a writer for the press, renders him peculiaily fitted for this woik. He now ha the matter under advisement and will soon decide whether he thinks he has the proper capacity for the woik. The public school nt this place, under charge of the veteran teacher, E. Tarrant, closed on Saturday night lust with a grand exhibition at the Christian Church. Notwithstanding many dnw-bacit was considered one of tho most entertaining ntTairs of the kind ever held at this place. The exercises consisted of juvenile dialogues and recitations, advanced school dialogues, dramatic pieces, beautiful songs, music on the organ by Mrs. Iiura Wilkiuson, Ac Though the night was threatening nnd the capneity of the church extensive, yet there was hardly standing room the audience was so large. While all did well and there wereuo failures, some of the pei formances called out loud mid rapturous applause. Some of the pieces were as highly appre ciated by the mdience hs those performed by professionals 011 the stage. It is regretted by the writer that want of time and space prevents giving n detail of ench piece nnd particularize each individual's p.ut and its actor, but this could not be done without spinning out a long article and doing injustice to some. It was u night which wiil oiig be remembered by those present with pleasure. ks Miles' Norvo aud Llvora PIU The Teachers in Council. Acton a new principle regulating the Urer. Blue-Gras- s To the Editor Interior Journal.! stomach and IkiwcIs through the nerves Anew George K. Stone went down hut L01 !vit.i.K, Dec 2. A few words as to discovery Ur Miles' Pills speedily cure bilic us, fine hundred and seventy-eigli- t and one hall torpid In er, piles, constipation-Utieiualtweek to Jamestown to attend court. In a high sute ol cultivation. onrsuperintenents' meeting nt Louis- neis haiitnste,men. women, children Smallest. aires of go"1' for A large, splendid new barn, tivngiod iVitnsalid Since the cold snap has set in bog ville Meeting was promptly mlllet, surest rifl.v doe $ cents. Samples t her outhouses Will sell cheap killing has become the order of the day. called to order by Supt. Thompson. I'rof. at A. R. Penny s o 'lhisland lies ' miles fiom Hustons ille, Ky. S. P isTAtlt. The writer has been informed that A. C. Petermau was made permanent Uticklln'B Arnica Salvo. S t. Stanford. Ky . . The l.r.t saiicln tha worUl lor cms, bruises for some years it has been contemplated chairman. An enrollment of mimes ores, ulcers, salt thewn, feser soies. letter, chapby members of the 1st Kentucky (Java1 showed about ftO superintendents pies-e- n ped hands, chilblains, corn and all skin erup Ions and positively cures piles, or no pay re.iiu-- d. ry, or better known as "Wolford's Cavt, besides many others interested in It is Kmrantteil to tfie perfect satiilattlec, Having psirrhaed the interest alry," to follow the example of other the work, from the difi'ereut portions of or money refunded Puce 15 tents per box. partner. Mr. W. R. Mt Pherson I "f tn a firmer ask liberal of Rowland share o( the patronage of the organizations nud.hnvc a full history of (do State. The convention entered at Kor sale bv A R Pennv. StanlorH. Kv. will continue the caili I uslncss ami vicinity. thuir arduous service, their many ad- - onCe upon the duties of the occasion which the nrm of Itlltsn A' Mi Phervm started t aunriintootl Curo for Ln Orlppo. ") druggist V to di, aod think I can easily prove wM it will J We authorise i.tir ventures, and participation in numerous with a vim that is rarely found iu m M'lwnruil to lr. King's New Discovery for Consumrtrnfl. instance kk liotnthe.e customer,j and myvelf lor published in book form. The c,ltom,i meeting. Prof. Deitrich in- - Cou;hs and Colds, upon this .otidition If at lamnds granui prices, are afflicted with La (.npranl will use this rem- ted suar lor $i. Arbuckle a '. offce .ents ver selection for this huge undertaking troduced the work of the convention bv edy according to directions, giving it a fair Irml A t) and . other goads in proportion Cund hand at all times lumber and shuttles fur ht-tiand etpennee no benefit. yo may return the ..,.. Tlin,,,i.. seems to be centering on Mr. E. Tarrant r.vilii mi tin. We make Ml relunded J II HII ION and to perform the task. His freedom from textbooks of the public schools. He this oflerhae voref inmiev Rowland Kv hccantv 57 i r the wonderful success of Dr. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Farm for Sale ld. to-da- FOB. CASH. QUITS'. e 1 ' adrtld )' J ..r e DR. PENNY, Dentist. post-mast- er JOHN , 1 court-hous- d FIRST .... .3200,000 1 SOO-lbs- ., 6,500 car-load- s 1 111 utterly hooted the idea of givinc the job Have heard uf ii" aw i wIik h It fala. Try A R l'en)s drug Trial bottles of furnishing the public with the same store It. Laigc Hit y fte at THE SHELTON HOUSE, and $1. to the State, or any oilier body politic or Good Looks. D. A TWADDLE. Proprietor. corporation, but to leave tho purchase Good lank arc note than sir in deep. dresili open for competition to the State, or to upon a healthy comUtmn of nil the sital organs. It be inactive von have a hiiou look, it - the world, for that matter. Iu short he tho liver V6Hir stomach be tlltcrtlcriM you hare a djspcpui y if yoMr kidneys "free trade and sailors' rights'' look and took Secure Ik atTeclnl and have a advocates pinched aecommodatloi.s at testniiaMe rttes. )o will jour health al that wo order what wu want and buy have rood looks. Itlectnc Hitters Is the great or- Open day and night, barople mora and good livery ve and Ionic, acts directly or. thee vilul in coMiietlion i from whom we can get the best goods gans Cures pimples. Matches, bsuls and glvtn a for the least money. Discussion taken good completion. Sold at A R Penny's drug tore, su iM)t per bottle I'OSTISD. II. A. M. Henderson and up bv others, who advocated iu the main the This ttotlee foreams hunters, fishermen and others Mt to trespass on our lands without per same idea. On motion the proposition mission, as all Hvh will he proscc itsd to the lull wa adopted as discussed, I. e., to avoid est etietuvii me law. siirsiea When nbr was elck, wo gave her CutorU. C. M.M'OONAMOORK all jobs and jobbers. I K IIKUC1 5$ When aho aa a Child, aho crinl for Castorla. THOMAS C 1IAI I Next question discussed was whether MKKI.K llAILLi When slid txvanin Ml vs. the clung to Castoria. A M IT.I.AXI) or not a county normal should be estabWhen the had Children, the Cro the in Castorla, II. W l.AINO lished iu every county. Discussion openI S I'llll I IP ed by Prof. John O. Hodges, of Leximr-ton- , who gave a very comprehensive defLIME AND BRICK. inition of the words "normal institute," quoting largely iu support of tho estabI will deliver I Ime at j C'enti a llu.nel lishment of such schools from the anall' caster. StatifotO and the iieiMtrHH Greek aud Homaii teachers. In fact cient I will also load on carsai d.h Orvl ird lin he quoted the whole of the European at 75 cents a hundred tiive m a chan Continent. Others followed in his train, i6m rKI H KKt Kt.l K Cra Unhard HAKES CHILD BIRTH EASY, till finally the opposition asserted itself in no uumistakeu terms in power of Colvin, La, Dec. 2. 1880.-wife uted SALVE. numbers, if not in intellect. The dis- MOTHER'S FRIEND before hor third waxed warm and in some cases confinement, and nuy.i aho would not bo cussion of dollar. rather eloquent, until more lights were without it for hundreds DOCK MILLS. lures i uis bruises, old sores, skin diseases, WW, tssmions, pile. n.tHU sent. Ii.s. tiallrr necessary in the ball. Motions, amend'lew brstisss his Sent by express on receipt of price. I JO per bat kstrns.used it psnaMl wostdeifu Whcrcser It and Was given been sattsfartHili ments to motions, amendments, to tie. Hook " To Motliers " ma.led lire.. it ptopeswitf lor rettivrsiig soteneas is retnarka amendments, resolutions after resoluDRADPICLD REGULATOR CO., hie. Nstmeiots le(iunHl will fc secured and MjJs ATLANTA. QA. will appear I this space at a later date lt ot ci,dois tions, were oll'ered until no other mau ro n4 sshU by yc.,,, J h IIHiUISS. StiafxrJ.K y parliamentarian except a flrst-clK. IC. which wo had could ha v kept run of county, Candidate lor the motions and counter motions. Final- Is a to ihs acliua olSheriff of Lincoln psnv ratic MRS. MBTUEWS. ly the mountain and portions of the Stale Averted itself, '. 3XISNKFISK, I'UHCHASINCI AOBNT. y&ur humble servant beins oin of the I a alidalc f r lion as Sheriff Subject Chicago, : : : : Illinois. latter), and on oouniinc the ules by to the actun H the dnnocracy RU- - tioa Su rUo-o- r ii,. sr l'lviuouib s$v Wenl worth A v. vhs aud nays hinndniL, tb proposilost. nn! our county institute t f tion CosamlsauM Reasil by Poet-pot t lesrabk frm of 'set (teer. Pctal Ks4a. cttt Vrk lUchang ' LTsD i Now n Cr.h iirrlsard one wek. with no county normals, was i Eaprtss OooonaWto law tsarsrsutM iu a.. lo vs e4 goosl. osforfvi ni drclnrinl to bt the vnicv of the Isody, Vs 6) )V H MILLCK should not fail In remark horo that for general good liumnr and courteous meiu GOOD FARM SAI.K .NOTICKTOTIIU the county superintendents of Kentucky my Pari wish i,t PUBLIC. as n riib. nt exhibited on this occasion, sllssMed to tell pmmrlr of Stanford, ofKv Acres oath iw sailes stuith HV shsioiag to Will lake l Dulivsll certainly deserve to carry oil' the victory. Apssly ta fishing to piichav V Yourwrilw hud only to say to the conJ IIRII.HT I have opened IS) tonne. l with sav Ho! ft 4in vention that "If those in more favored p irtions of the State would go where he hid been and sfeii what he bad seen, Sunlinj I 'inn 1. lw Mir!t.iMv HiilUtle.! Willi fwi.a. osrwroo mflr warn every prr.. n Ik- "- tail" .iBuaoallc f' . sT.on i"IUHln fmmh sks....ol. m of ailairs so far ns conntv in- - knoaititst McCart farm the statu M"'1 W,0lMi First-Clas- s stitutes of huh week aracoiicurniil, with-Asm! sssTer the sersico of it to the pobli. Piard M CRr.u.HTON. out the expense of a normal iu every, ''- now Khiil.t inl Irrsh blao.'ed linr nikr r r w st able umpire with or catintv tliH State, whother mountain." S- euhd the tliecussion for Tho Qost in tho Country. On. m a rail. the afternoon. P lKFLN, Proiiri'ior An ndjnurnine t was then hsd until Lot on Main Street in Staniord AL llt'RN Mr.iirr after supper, wbw.i convention will Containing at s meet in th parlors of the Fifth Avenue ersas easy. w AI. ION, luatoirt, IK Hotel for the further discussion of matters pertaining lo the educational interI ests of the best State In the Tuion STANFORD, K , I'think most mmnber.s will he at the ISiiildiu meeting. It may be that a few of COFFKV, In the corporate limits a Rowland will take in the town. More on II DAKST. Rowland. if I have time to catch the mall. U this Hotel, ten. v.icl and refurnished, is bow King a New Discovery during last season Rowland, Pirtt-clats Kentucky. yc-A- ter-it- Ex-Su- pt. lAMI-SillVKN- " Mothers Friendm My J MR1 msstm us (.ENTKY lH-m- sub-)t- rt Mm semi-mounta- in FRMK J. r- -l s run ' ni;vrn vy C e v 1 FOR I H'''' . TRAVELING FAR3I IOSTKI. k th' o HYEHS irOXJSE, IJveryJStalile, 1 I t I 1 ?IR?"u!i - lI i i m.cii '"" f A Ulue-grn- - i FOB, SAXiEI -i te Por Sals I PORTMAN HOUSE,' Pro'r. . Twenty Lots JOSEPH I THE RILEY sohc-te- d. 37-1- 1 w 3: I ROYAL or i.ivEiti'ooi.. 1 I 1 Insurance Company, I Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, 9S-i- yr BARBEE AN Farmers Bank& Trust one-fourt- h Nut-Woo- 33-i- -- j Everything to Eat. d groat-nephe- 1 Bro-naiig- b, n d. "ii ll , I J "Tf-- JESSE WEAKEN, iiiuj-iima- Book-Keepe- r Hotel. itaTlrtt. v;fr arTTfcTMrT-- l J4asP?-A- . 4S tu J Br '