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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891121801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. iutf?-im$rii!&'''- & ' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. HAPPY HAMLET. LIBERTY, CASEY GOUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 18.1891. Letter From Fontain Fox Bobbitt. HUSTONVILLE. -"- NO. 83 DrMlLCy "VT L1 t-FARMJ Married, on the Ith inst., at the Tone Htinn BoliPf. II. Holland a Sacrifices. Dots About ,1 People Who Make Court faucy gelding for $T2o. I hereby warn everv ncrwn from hunting on or residence of the hride'a father, on Brush Win. Dcdd sold Books, Fashion, Etc. paxsoiK through nir fjrm or the lann gtntrtUy Creek, hy lie v. Josinli Wileon, John is mill going on here from sunup till a horse to fwmo party for $200. known ai the McCart farm now hrlongiiii; to me. sundown. In one way and another tlie Kry person paitiuf; through mill Until without Gift. 1'helpsto Mlsa Sarah Cochran. Have your board of aldermen send n to Buy For a Christmas What iermiMon win ue (irOMutca. court disposed of 2 10 cases in one day. committee of investigation Circuit court eonve ed here yesterU. M CKEIGHTOM. Vim in the hdimrliite.ior Journal to Huston-- j ami day with an unusually largo crowd bloody murder Harlan county cases ville for pointeis Worn out with city in Tho wheieby brethien may I found myThis is the most he enabled to attendance. At this writing hut very are set for wearied with life dwell together in harmo-- i """ few important cases have laborious judge ever saw upon the ny? self on yesterday in thin quiet tried. I will ell at public Happy Judge Boyd was telling me auctioi.on the Km Farm, A dispatch from Wichita, Kansas. on the D.iiuille pike, on treat that I bIwII A)tnMv m r the Clem Wilkinsou'ri ease forjtlin killing of bench. case ' about a that waa tried in Owsley, Monday announced the madn no plana C'hailie I.ipo has heen continued till Hamlet. I bavo death of Mrs. 29U1, 1891, purmiltH. which is in his circuit. A preacher in Klixti .Tiifii !.tt in Ciimlrtt i ,.,. next term of court. Wo " ' aJw there is u winter oilier than my Tht follow iiig pftcniltj: H .""H ' . ,.nuiiierote.l very Unlit criminal docket (5oo la rcl ol Corn In the in!., uuuHtionsaud iilcitii! (or Hruik U(1U - M. a , . , , , nutthii! ' pair of $ro or AitARrCtB: JvVW for this term. and nloiiK with them I have aturjvu Hi if. alt, hand Mulct, tome Horre Stor, u haU of wi finally asked if anybody wanted to the West l.'nd, Sheep, 500 or 6oi pouiil of '1'iharco, j butcher occanlonal letter for the Ivrmuou Wo notice the following attorneys in at- vote l sister to Sam and Will,1 r,. lttrr riiCattle, IloRS, Poultry. Houholl and Kiichen if A Jlit a ;,v Since "quality liwtoatl o tendance: li. C. Warren, Stanford; II. go to hell, and so to rise and hold up who are still with us. furniture. Tcrmsmade known on dav of ale -W'US v) IrulS 80 3t have I to fe r. J. Breckinridge, Danville; ,1. K. Ihiya, his hand. Thereupon a tall, lank fellow J.O IRVIN. Among the converts at Be vs. Bruce n- rtirifvi qunutltv" is wanted what whoso head nearly reached the ceiling, and Hopper's i i.u .....i...ivnr tn oiitortain. not altomeeting at McKinney was Jamestown: Common wealth's Attorney arose and held up his hand. This crea- Cncle Tommie Beynolds, S4 years of ttosnlp, hut llerndou, of l.incHster, and W. A. .Mor KelliiT with news, neither ate, ted a great tumult and excitement and who connected himself with thu Baptists. ideas, a row, of .Somerset. will hand you alwiivM my latest At an early hour Monday evoniug a the lionet mountaineer was indicted for The meeting was one of unprecedented little hook lore, hit of vtw. fardiion. Lot on Main Street in Stanford My heart is largo number of tho lnt Kentucky Cav- disturbing religious worship and when iniTii.-n- i in linn, lucailly. rhapHodien of nature, etc. DIsEASL, palpitation, pain in side, Containing i acres. commonwealth's attorney got thro' -- Mis. hlleu White has returned from! shoulder and arm, sdiort, breath, like u hit: hook and many of ita ikch alry, from dillerent bectlons. lUMPinhlctl the his testimony Judge Boyd said to hut in the circuit clerk's olllco for with T.R WAI.TO.V, Stanford. e City and proposes spending the' pression, a.sthma, swollen ankles weak ermv. p. vet unturned. I itivo yon llr the ho here of taking in consideration the pub- Col. Clark: "Is that all?" Clark said, remainder of tlie winter in Lincoln, nf- - and Miiotlierins spells, dropsy, wind in I tlntl nrnt on the leaf nwirwt. 'Yes." The judire said, "Mr. Clerk, dis ter a brief visit to relatives in for the lication of a history of BUSH, Manches- - stomacli.oto., are cured byBr.Miles New It is a handful of jrood wishes the regiment. miss tho indictment; hut if thu indict Heart Cure. A new discovery by the Millur.5 in,.,. i...u i ,v....i..i 'Hi., harometer i Col. KiIuh Adams cm led the house broth- oncoiiilui: holidaya. incntldiana Specialist. Fine illustrated had been found against the preach- er John s we to mtler and in a very eloquent manner ment interest in the livery business. j00k 0f CUresIHEl' at druggists, orad- - REAL Linking Rome Clirie.tiiiaH thieatri, hut AGENT, who asked the absurd question my er winter explained tint object of the nieetinu. The wheat has successfully with- -i dres8Dr.MilesMedicalCo.,Elkhart,Ind. will mnilu our aweeteht and old ruling would have been dillerent. There stood the past ten days' Was there ever On motion Dr. I. C. Dye was called to succession of se- ..iuh.it nd.-nt- . ICy. nothing in the code that forbids a man ere fretzeeand I'ennv. Slanlnru. T ' il- ny delightful as thene warm tliaws, which ordmnrithe chair and K Tarrant appointed! sec- is - ho i!oing to hell if he wants 10." His hon- ly would have "spewed up" the whole' Nature is i willy peniti nt retary. liaxe.imte a FARMS for sale of the or was right. The preacher w ho would I.jihIsiii Mncmn county. ery oeM U eovered all her ill some savant explain the j.c ?.-- . On motion of Col. Silas Adams, W. T. mm. n ti tills inoriiinK and has ...' rniiii-of a rich uc-- 1........ me .,11 wen ni.provea unu oou be indicted, why that similar ' his delightful Story Units, tiinniiis in i from 50 to 500 Acres. wllh warmth and liriisht-nes- Humphrey, Dr. I. C. Dye and It. T. ask such it question ought to weather in spring is o . Icrjl. y, their ruhneiS ami to the,' OnMilerinc J Josir.;ey f.oin tho BALTIC lined and imprisoned. long for the Pierce weie appointed a (iiiiunittee to killillK-But occasionally of oil thi'Coticmeucif turnpikei and The longer I stay here the moro I AKUDE Portrayed m 30 Chapter tliui lirili market riKht to our door, they -- It is an open secretthat one of our for Iih Hake in a fury-lo- in: superintend getting up means to defray hihiw-Iu- ui; arc clieniicr than the LamU of. my other countvmi think of theho people. They are the Belles will be imirrin.1 t 'apmc niusirai.on., uy . thu Mate There it iciirtely a Farm in the cotin- . 5n'J nf , : nee tlifin lvMti and fainting expenws, to bave power-ta appoint to ...11.. r.,.. .. .1... . of popular young ami Hilently and suitable person to writ' and compile tho most Charles Aunus'cus 'K iui.iiliniC-falhnK.h- .w moniuCtiitral Kentucky J 1 he county is checked with turnpikes running M grander history and also to confer with ollieers any other county iu Kuntucky. Quito a on the 2:51 inst., but we are not iu posi- - ' inetcry iliructiun. There is not a puhlic road , Q'rHrlaMl Miwftlv. 'Point! there is no not Macadamized. tlie county neat that cttuuutiru. Jouu-naWe hae ihe Krinxville Ilranch ot the I, V N. K. hiihw fall. and inomiMsrs of the iHiment in each number of copies of the Intkuiou tion to give names, aa will soon he up- - ' epectae'lo than a ivhI, R. dividing the cotiniv from V.nrt to West and the comes to Williamsburg. They have jNtient. of the county where companies were oruan- fhe curious who can't wait pa C. S. It K from North to ."Nmth; the K C. K. K. I Jove to go to hlv ep thinking two papers here, one democratic and one tiently will be told at this ollice trom this place tn Cincinnati, cro'.smc the C. O. I...U-.....i nni. iii tltedatk. I love to imi, to hn a rorinititu iu htrict -- . of one to coat Winchester, givine full access to tlie marketsof llll" nW"i repuhlicit'i. The schools here, high ami est conlldence. i.i """ ik)UI in the whole vorld. Itcsulcs, we hae three larRO , iopemt with Una oiinnittc in uotting tuck the llnkU t'l ur Mills in the county that ive us a market and md- - ,, historical iiintler of their respective graded, are excellent. Their corps of tmr cniei 01 Douce annearcil on fir a.l our grain nijht at home, and the dremn u( MMtlcm hillr-.dteachers am quite able and efficient. But sUfet teceiitly in a new undress tne'f the tnoantain rojloiis ol Katern and early ami wll), mn(V, H ows and then, 'ove to me oi.th ra.tem Kentuiky b" lailro.ids und the outinsight of th' cIahviu sMados of their form and tint Bound In Rich Cloth, rfmtUT. How una iwimi let otith hy railroadk ha created such a demand th On motion of .Mj. G. W. Sweetie It to;: .u.l MX.. . provender that we litllt was decided to nivei mkahi nt this J plane gront institutions of learning, I saw post- many of the oldest citizens. He sat thro' Decorated vith Gold Saglos.; fur all k.mis of cereals and home consumption. can WwlMwr scarcely retnin enough lor UieMniiKrUiMiinBl' ed up the following notice: Th people are prosperous, generous and kind, a meal at a hotel Uible mid neither host-ft barrier, the on the 22d of February, for the 'fFREc to Every New Subscriber effort down ssofc th I'cliewng in Christianity and education. There "i forbid any wonu going throw mi on the nil purpoM of elbnttitiK the dur with nor hot suspected his identity till f not a neighborhood in the county but has a -- the pnns-- In and lo ' hsht t feel, if I do and i cetob them i will Xod church and awuifd of their mistuko when the htrau-u- r tkidrees, ma how the work is ieweU. ont yomW a world all in Stanfuril. the county seat of I.in. oln is a prosNEW YORK OBSERVER, Them if they xo threw any inoore." perous In t te city of about 2.500 inhab.tants and is guilts: on am! ieKrt wrs hunted up an an old acquaintfor " IllTve North-cadoorway fiom the North When I read this notice I felt that I ance "Th?)lher Woi.mn," defraying oxpetwee. Av.mearw you rwd ithe foremost Family Religious Now- - the great and from the Northwest toand South Southeast, was on the holy ground of ignorance ani! standi.. as it does ganug right Into the bost,v lUr.HiK iMvis in hh new Williittti. vntini.iist ami nllhiLi: h.iu u i paper. " "' mountains of t.ju.'.. r, On book and one now subscriber' om of the undeveloped by the wholeSoutheastern r- It i " clmim-ing- . to On tiKitioti, the secretary wn oflred and returned without getting over the was Ktlituckv barked up iKwk. "HIUnhesend a eopr of tie leceiitlv brought homo ftoui Texas pmeetMliuus to res 1011 ol the Stale with railroads lui.ninj; through Avenwe.' 1 did not want to be "l'rodlcuit"A Walk 0i the ai.i and Vao new subcri!;r- arlhcted by an attack of acute mania, the Iktkriok Jochkai., Somuinet Kupnb funce. it to nl'. points of the compass, makes it naturally from one of the best located towns In the South for 6f.,00. Moan, Ijuini-te- r Thi Horie are like llu! chapters Becortl ami ltnrksville Many auiuiiig thins occur hre dur- Will is an energetic, ambitious boy of mainfaclures and other enterprises of magnitude. jMtst, and, until llerold foi ,"K"iMr.v coi'irs ruy;:. Wattr Works are now being agitated and right the twcml Iwok of the publication. I. C. Dyh, ing circuit court. I have a project on IP, who lem gone to Texas to grow up of a n.ilc iihoue the town .ihnutj will iver yon have r.wd them yo with the country, and his alllictiou isj NEW YORK 03Sr-:-Vrthere could be erected Water Works witli very Chairman. foot to place a few hronxe Indians, dress-oITkraxt, little cvstthat would supply a city of ijo.ooo inierfevtly our heart keep know how Secretary. f.v C habitants with the purest iid best water in the AN in primeval garh, upon the bold, esptcially distressing. It is the; devout wor'd Our little itv If been newly rebuilt in time toKether. wish of all hid acquaintances that he will lieaten bluffs uuroas the Cumberstorm ht last few vea'snuil its business no isesartl res- make me Want More Pay and Ueservcilt. Theteareafewthlnus Hemes will comp.iif with '.irerr cities of greater land lliver. They are to be mIoiii and soon recover his accustomed good health. is the pi jle.isinns. Our melt hams and tradesmen arc the olllcial proceetlingg nervwi. Oau John B. Bilfe uot back from Covingall prosperous and doini; well. We hnvc two t'lioln hr a second party who of the convention mentioned in our gloomy, apiNtrently sadly looking upon nf mi banks with a capital stock ot $100,000 that are the progressof rivilixation and thinking ton Sunday, where he had been spendprosperous and in a jjood condition when lj last: THE NEW ing a few days with his brother, Jim, tomes in Utt! from the theatre We have sole, did schools. We have a Telltale of the ultimate extinction of their race. College, a larce brick buildinr. with over 100 miAt a meeting of the tth class d hut jnirtlally aw.HKe. am warm in a medical student at that place. Mrs. pils frooi the country did not at attendance and under the prlncipalrhip ol of Lincoln county, held at Ston-for- One native lllwl would .refer Prof. J M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condi-- I Honestlr. Sophie Carpenter, of Somerset, is with tion. We also have a Seminary that is a good thinss '" on the llth day of DecemUr, W. all relish the idea. Heeeeiuedto think relatives for ith hail slonH. Anitlr school, with Prof II Y. il'akcmaiiat its head. We the holidays. Geo Wenth-erforan Indian was darigerons, alive or dead, have one nf the ln'"t Public School buildings in my peace. It is too eiirliuic toiiKUtw U Davidson was elected toiuporary iu tlcfdi or of Itichniond, is here. Mips Fanires this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in in brass. nt a lamp chimney. Chairman and J. Johnson tcuiHiniry attendance, and with other good private schools, thiupt iu the crater nie Hopper left for home Tuesday, afb r This letter is getting too long, and you see our school facilities are excellent swretary. The meeting was called to am continually vxwctiitK We have elegant church btiilninps, representing too hut I don't a ton days' visit to her sister, Mrs. W. provided order by the chairman and on motion of am staying I shall long,away. every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers which would Iwa rtdief, get know when Court W. Bruce. S. G. I) rye received ordeis of lias .class taleni and are doing a better business were minihiiat.Hl. John Khnidton the uoiitlemen named will continue four weeks. than anv class of men in the city. Monday to take the helm at .lames B. the horrid enrh-INTERNATIONAL I have tried i to make this statement as facts, things weie made the permanent ollieers of the Fontaine Fo Boiuutt. Tho man who invented wh-iLee's, near Kubanks. without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those of torturing for the convention. who know will bear n e out, and those who wish Hiirely lovwl the art A rush of official business has again DICTIONARY to buy plcasai.t homes at lair prices and locate LONDON, LAUREL C0UHTY. A list of delegates was then taken and hair is literally torturwl hy thubu heated amonj; a good people with all the best surround-- I prostrated Judge Comnitz, but good din- lrj:s would do well to call and see me.before purthe following postmasters wore found contrivances and writhes atout most Mrs. Kate Urifliu and two children, nursing and judicious physiciug promite chasing "lsewhere to he present: iriiAtinuly. accompanied by Mrs. Jack McGee ami to have him out in a few days. The city rynl Kosher lroni Cover to Cover. h Mc Williams, O. K. Thellttle poem, "YeMerday, in holiand daughters, left Monday for Coiners-ville- , council has wisely concluded since the FULLY ABREAST OF THE TIMES. bore "Katydid's" John Kdmiflton, Crab Orchard. day's Courier Journal I nd , where Mr. Olive Grilllu has disastrous conflagration at Louisville, A 4RAND INVESTMENT llml C. II. Baker, Highland. ONLY FOR A trade mark so perceptibly that associated himself with his father iu the originating in the tiro, works depaitmcnl luriu" raiinlx iiiul "' Iiool close. W. U. Davidson, MeKiniiey. TlipAutliiMitleAVeliiter'i.riiHlirltlEOtl hohliiiK the paper quite mveclf of a wholesale house, that popctactos hotel husiiu'ss. DECKER BROTHERS Dictionary, eoininininj: liMienof 1SU4, in "Th Woman of Mrs. Adclia Woods, Huston ville. Mums kuoii to apjn-aMiss Sook Carroll, of Clay county, and Botnan caudles are of all vanities '70, mill 'SI, (all (.till copyrighted) linn been tliortuiRlily reiinril ami MiIn;eil. F. 15. Comptoii, Milledgevillo. TheCetituiv." as are alw Mrs. Belle accidentally shot herself in thu calf of the vainest, and have placed an embargo miller the HiiperUnlou of Noah I'orter, K. D. Potts, all J. A. Hammond, Hubble. Wilson Mapp and Mrs. !.!. . I.I.. !.. of VaJe I'ni verlty, iiiul a her leg Monday while having .some fun on their touch-of- f during the holidays, AND A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION h illstiiiKi"lil"ir title, tienrs the inline J. II. .Minks, Morulaud. of Central Kentuckywith hor friend just out of town. "ho which will prove hence the WEBSTER'S TO THE J. I.. Johnson, Kiugsville. Wliv do people tiersist in talking about International Dictionary. over ' is not soriously hurt and is now in the trusty old family rockaway horse can) ii('('iiiieil Tim rorU nf rViii-loyou A committed on resolutions wits then care of Jaili-- l.ovell. they have made? Unions still be confidently left untethered on tfin.ienrk, more tliiui i liitmlreil lielni; 'iiiiIoyeil,nii(l oter .from your appointed. ' have snatched a The folloing persons were elected our streets. :il)(l,OIH) exieiiile(t before the Urnt It was moved that the moilo of raising town trustees for the onsuini: year: 1. copy wn irfnteil. friend's lite or umie down twice to the Miss Jennie Cooper, of Stanford, is . SOLD BV ALL BOOKSCLLCRS. l!ro Grand Upright Piano, ijSfliiU.UII lK.ttom of the rivr in trying to recue .1... iiiuiiey Dtt iiMCUHMtll ami It WllB C. l'ord, It M. Jackson, A. It Dyehe, visiting Miss Klizt Kennedy. Miss Pol- uiu tn. .iil.li.ier-- . l'aniplili t i' 30.(111 agrewl that each of sacriflcBH. r Gladiator Watch ami Case him, don't Ulk should iaty V. L. Brownaud.I. T. WilliauiH. We lie iiiiains is at iioiuo in consequence pun ImMiiK a ilie. Cniitioii is 111 Ji l for the an equal part of the expanses of the 20.01) tionaiy, a)li'it'itnriiie r'l rintif hii olo-letI.omaire 24 Hue Field GUus Vou havererUinlysulwcribrtil undursUnd that .lackmni and Williams, of her mother's illnesfl. Kpli Owsley edition of nml u.iiiirRtive!jMurtlilH'.s 1.1.00 1 Jl.diuan l'anillpl lliblo to the State convention and al&o to who were members of tho old hoard, and Thonipsie: Cooper, of your bmg, Century's Dictionary. They have roii are lietnt; tnjiketeil timler Mirious Webster names nd oft n iiy misrepresentation. 12.00 Miicc Parlor Clock Imckto the primitive Cireek for many pay pontage and any other necessary ex- will refuse to serve. were here on a Hying visit one diy last GET THE BEST, t. llirh Grade Safety Kicycle 12.i.00 derivations. The luwnlui; of the one pense of the secretary. Tlie International, xriiirh Wir? imprint of Bev. Win. J. Holtzclaw, a Btptist week. .Mr. and Mrs. Bobert Lyles, of An lligin Wat eh and P.ojs Case. . . . 2f.00 G. A. C. .timtUIAM & CO., rulilMierx, "haptizo," as ivun hy them, The committee on resolutions report- minister from Jelleraonville, held a short Nashville, were expected at Mr. J. M. httle wortl Slirineilehl, Mali., tT. . A. A Haydock Kit-Coil Sprinff 1 200.00 would forever drown the lom: preamble ed the following. protracted mcetiin; at tlie Methodist Cook's Monday afternoon. Kd Walton Handy Top llugtfy his That our thanks are duo church last week and had one addition was up two or three times last week on of doubts as het forth hy Helm in A Kailwar Watch in 11 Karat Case . 7S.0O the I'nited States Mail for its aid and to his church. He is a splendid and for- urgent bushiest. Sun Menefee was also recent primer on "bpriuklinj:." ALife Scholarship in Natters my uenial friend, encouragement iu securing a general or- cible speaker anil a good crowd was con here, fully as handsome but I was glad to set ' ' ' 75.00 Coiniiicrcial College not so c ; c Initially in attendance. the hamlet a few ganisation. 200.00 Mr. J. B. l'axton, in A Six Octave Champion Organ as usual on bis official trips. It is 2 That we appiove and recommend I 30.00 davB since. He wears a hospitable smile t" ' M. A lloublc liarrel Shot Gun daughter of probable that Sam's principal trouble Nellie, the CO now u days and his howdy do's aie more Hous-- Biil No. 10,7,"7 and request our Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cochran, of the Kast now is with delinquents and there's lit- A Silverene Case 7 jewel Watch. . . 10.00 53 CO A Hi,'h Arm Improved Sewing Machine.Sii.HO cordial if possible. But I keep wonuer-Iii- delegate to use his influence iu bringing Kuil, tlied Tuesday of tonsolitis and tie that's inspiring iu them. 2 "C3 - .. Xi in this direc- said hill before tho Statu Convention. vj vw 35.00 n A ir jewel Watch, lloss Case what toinptH him down It is reported that Sqiiiie John Kllis was buried iu Buffalo cemetery Wed 150.00 ;!. That the thanks of this A Five Octave Parlor Organ say he is ensnared in tho tion, convention nesday. will remove his family to Stanford, as "J;M a ra Sov A Gladiator Watch, Dueler Cajf. . . 30.00 are hereby tendered the web of a widow -j- rood bye Joe. of Mrs. Catherine Gentry,! widow of Henry Traylor keeps the squirt so close- 3 so Stanford forthe courtesy Watcli A- Case. . . 40.00 CO A John C. capos, m beautiful and The Ioiik in oll'ering the Uohert 1! Gentry, Kso,., died Tuesday of ly confined ho never gets to ee his famiCo Ami S2 other valuable premiums will graceful aru not tho latest in wraps. uso of her ollice iu the to hold consumption, aged IC5. She was a ly, and he hopes to hear from them a- he presenttil to yearly Fuheriben of r. ?3 - 2 C X TiKht tlttiiiK jackets are again upon the the convention. daughter of the late Hon. Christian when no further than Stanford. John popular, for evthe Weekly Kiiquirer in April, 1892. I. That the thanks'of this convention 5 -- 4co'inter and will become and was7an excellent ;womnn in Add Butler has rented a house iu town S r . Kiieloso one dollar tor a ytar'd o r 137 a figure will want one. aru hereby tendered the Hon. U. M. DaV. ery woman with a and will remove from the Neeley's (Sap 1 every respect. Of Injr children five to the Weekly Enquirer, and nothing ho satisfactory to the vison for the use of his ollice. There is Mrs. John Blaiu,: It. B . C. K., neighborhood the 1st proximo. Mis., . 1? II O t of .'). That the Inti;uiou Joi'it.VAi. p v masculine eye, unless it ho a glimpse bo re- J. B. ami Bichard Gentry and all were Libeity Green has rented Mrs. Bishop's .. .. c s slender slipper, than the rounded out- quested to publish proceedings of this with her in her lat-- t hoilis, save C. K.t house ami is established in town. Jim a what will bo the number of subscribers convention ami that tho editor accept who lives iu Indian Tenitory. They P. Goodu will occupy Mrs. Mary Jones' -H line of u lady's waist. 2 from in the five lanrest pur- our thanks for conit- sy 5Rcr ri extended. li you are in doubt as what to good a mother as over lived resilience on Northwest Avenue next Xov. 1, 1)1, to March SI, 't)2. mourn as J. L. Johnson, Ch'm'n. Com. chase for your sweetheart's Christmas For game term last winter it was and all who knew her a faithful friend year, whilst Will Dunn, who has pur On motion J. L. Johnson was ap- counselor. Toe funeral ill HiiiSKuat tlmt it be a steel I n 121)1)1), and the winter before was IdOo. dicoure was chased it, will occupy the house vacated There is a lovely one at the pointed delegate to the Statu Conven- preached at her late residence Wednes- bv Mr. Goode. Mrs. Jones will occupy The premiums are to be preheated 3 Z store in the hamlet. It is a young tion and J. A. Hammond alternate. to thor-- whot-- KHetW' ck- correct oj music day afternoon hy Kid. Jos. Ballon, of the rooms on the north side of Main street,' from her On amotion the - " of Lin- Christian chinch, of which she was for belonging to Mrs. Bishop. Tom Simp-- ! 3- -s IVr full lift see nearest correct. mrl with a bild'H nest .strung J S 2 O V.2 10 , C Two tiny cupula are coln county be urged and requested to rl X Weekly Knquirer, now tin- larjiitt V2 neck hy ribbons. son has moved to the Lib Green farm. rZ.1-- ; Ok years a devoted! member, after nest-o- ne she is iu circulate a petition among the patrons of many j puge dollar a year papt r in the United r nestled down In tho We are pony to learn that our late felwhich sonowing friends followed the .it Her head is their olllc.es in the interest of belter pay, r 5?" CD v of liberating. fctnte.. N5 tho act to Bullalo Cemetery and sadly low citizen, Jiinmie Craig, is again af- gracefully and the which was carried and tho convention thrown hack most and ueutly laid them beside the hus- flicted. Dr. Brown was down to wen ENQUIRER COMPANY, W. It Davison, 5 co design is most captivating. Should then adjourned. band. entire him last Friday and uatuiiilly took iu 5355- . CINCINNATI, O. I would lie s J I..' Johnson, Clerk. Chairman. I receive this engraving the minstrels Slightly taken iu himI.. T GRAB ORCHARD. w" CI Jo;-- , that my self, wo infer from faint prai Mf R6EMTS WANTED. Col. W. R Mei7riTf,TWd States and aomettliat appreciated Orchard High School will TheCrab toS8.0l Busy Body. Kugineer, in charge of all river improveGootl ailiciton. mukf fn.u. Bassittier, who recently built and DesirnMit lann ol iti open on Tuesday, Jan. f, 18il2. Kspeeial Only thio l"i l.'ATfll during Winter ments in this section of the country, attention will ho given to those prepar- started a flratchii'S Kuropeau hotel iu 1xTl K . acrosi.ii Crab Orchard tt dav postxvillii,,; to work, la.lirtorKtiitl.u..,ncl M. Maries has been appointed pike, 4 units li. .n. Manlotd died suddenly on an O. A M. train. w u aIyIkh. forced to assign. ing to teach. J. W. .Smith, I'riu. "l'ldy. ENQUIRER COMPANf, Cincinnati. 0. ft Louisville, has heeu master at Hillside, Pulaski. -' (To llio Kditor Interior Journal Wii.M.iMPiiriui, Dec. 14. Circuit T r. - J POSTED. ldea-im-- H 1 PUBLIC S&ILE. i la-e- Ht.-r.ir- Tuesday, Icc. u. i - . Joi-hNai- J3L'h tnKLrzr iw i tW t HEART V FOB, SALE! to pur-pon- i II. T. em-te- r. I any-thin- e ...,. - - ESTATE Stanford, . i -- I iit-(ir- at s. ' c n'lorU-oiiiiiiK- 1 fer-tili- rail-ro,- M law-abidin- g i. 11 s e ii -- 1 ... 'Xms&& detelop-iiem- 1 rMituiit - )h-t- e tP- hi lr., es Pros-icai- school-hous- e. rlsd I st lecof-ni.e- liu-har- t -- Illui'-tilas- s .1. - j rj'oks ' j ihtee-fotiil- 7. d tlt bi-lu- ,. MiuiH-h-,,- 1 ll WEBSTER post-utHiite- rs - 111 d 831. 1 1 1 le-r- e "WEBSTER'S Jo-ia- 1 S5J...OO r ' GRARSD PIANO - wn-rilhf- r eilltn-rlalluhor- er tire-hian- d WEEKLY ENOW V i.i. ... m vt 111 tlei-ejrat- e o V Bk-olv- .... V V b AV. W 1 1 post-mnst- or , post-ollic- e ' tU a- Du'-b'-- r - "3 F- - - ' . Ssn l biib-r-eripli- I -- - I - GnlJ EI33 li-ti- B- t, Hi - ' post-maste- rs mv i e e - -. '-- X lallt. rm-nize- d fc -- l- - 7- J - "fc. - wjil jrH . i . . Lsi;Ai.i.'WJ!fefc.Jtt.s)J ,. A. ,.. ,.,Af,i tic f Sit tfi. !. w. . tmi,. nnion, we might then, In perfect right- - claimed: "My dear boy, you have made tho very first, she and Gertrude Mans- gone to the city of Hull, and there wsa graph In your own words, to Frank", B field, her only pupil, were like sisters; not a living soul about tho place, exJ bidding him come home at once. This ,.'w eonsness. have taken our own way, but an for Miss Gravdon. nnd the whole household, all of whom cept a little t and Agnes Is his address." And thus It happened eren so, only because .... know our lovo words can hardly express my ndmirn knew something of her touching story, herself, nor was help of any klud nenr tlmt In a few minutes afterwards there to bo as pure and unchangeable as it is Hon of her conduct. petted and mado much of her. In this had flashed along the wires those six enough at hand to bo of natural and proper. A sepnrntion of Whatever may hnppcu. she will always Some few days after assumlngher new pressing emergency. pregnant words which wo have seen If it shall indeed prove so possess j llye years my Fortunately, however, Agnes Oray- ".lack" Digby hand to his friend in will be to us a very heavy trial; When I propofriendship nnd este m. duties Agnes walked over to Linwood i long ;hls "ouipromisv, a hall to see Mrs. Howard, who showed don miss. From Home. a me ireo few 01 me rewnnu iias no out, l certainly had, hours Thc colom-- rather muted at this ' from inline and her a letter, just arrived, from Frank, earliest childhood she had been careThis momentous event Occurred, as reproach, the approval of our own still have, ug-ihopes differing from Yours, and it was really very dilllcult to say, fully trained In homo thrust, and rcmji!i-for some consciences nnd the sweet certainty exorcises, wo have said, on a Saturday, and ou tho I time .silent, but finally said: "Well, my reservation; and judging from its contents, whether the and was as much at home on the water evening of the following Tuesday tho has promoted the but made no mental If, thntonr I now again say that on co'iipletlon long epistle was intended for his as in her saddle, and now she deterBon, since 3011 are bent upon shattering happiness of others, and preserved, unmaster nnd mistress of Linwood, with all my plans for your welfare, will so impaired, the harmony of a now united of your travels, you atul Mls Graydon mother or his fiancee, so cunningly had mined to save the imperiled children Agnes ami tho two girls none tho far tcmporUc with this mutter as to family. And. Frank, always cheered are then Inclined to marrr you shall the writer Interwoven his tale of filial if it lay within human poncr. worse for their adveutuie were seated make you u proposition- ami it is my and sustained, as you will be, by tho have not only my f reo eonsaiit but my affection with that of lover-lllc- e devo Her own light, serviceable skiff was around the open fin In the library when ultimututu lloth yon ami MS Cray sympathy of your mother nnd sisters, blessing also; for you wit hare fairly tion. Hut the puscnlc wi.s easily read in the lmt Iiohm-- at the foot of the they honrd, from the front of the house, earned both. And n iw ilon are yet very young, un.i can ufford carriage, these year of absence will prove less do you think of setting my son. when by A nes. who went home with a bank; nnd. ciViiing up a couple of a sound as of a rapidly-driveto wait. Now, propose that yen shull tedious thnn you supiose, nnd when the .ntV thankful and happy tieart. woolen shawlh. she ran down, seated then a confinl n of voices, and. before "In three days. fa'Hvr, if this will K very thing at Linwood, Mrs. Howard at once break off all roiiitniinicalion end has come you will le richly comherself in It nnd t' now, nnyoue could sp.ak. Frank Howard with her and spend live jmr in travel pensated for your unselfish devotion. suit you. ItisVM4 net over tho part- said, was very dull since her "boy" too Wirdy tide waited ; it afloat A himself burst in'o the room! to If at the end of that Unit be Is still As for myself. will try to liear up as ing w hile our uiinu.- tire nerved to it. I, had gone; tho girls greatly missed their moment's couMderatlon will enable tho Father, mother and sisters all rushed single, and you are of the same mind. bravely as can, and, If forbidden to will, with your consent, escort Miss brother, and oven Col. Howard 'aimself reader to undorMnnd the fearful nature upon him atoneeand almost smothered will withdraw all objections to your write to or hear from you, I shnll at Oraydon to her father's house moped ahoir; in a most disconsolate and linmineiHtu of tho danger. hllu with caresses: nnd then he saw union, and beat my owu disappointment least have you always present in my row ami avqnaint mm with our ohms, manner, though fondly imagining tlmt Agnes mint, perforcs, remain brin- Agnes, who had risen from lier quiet as best van Hut. rcmem or. the soi thoughts and prayers, lint even for for quite .:grro with you that my no one knew the cause. Certainly, to ies and inactive tWk? should corner and now si.kmI, blushing "celeswife" this with a quiet smile Agnes, the whole in pert of the place cover the iviiole r.ntll the aration must be complete; no personal your dear sake will not consent to enexpajiM? between the tial rosy red"- - n very goddess of bnut.vl Interviews must bo held nor any letters ter your father's family against his ex- "ought to remain no longer in her pres- cviu.'d changed by the absence of one bank and the bland with a depth of Without affected coyucss she surrenwhose joyous or messages sent or reeeived. ror pressed wishes, without making a true ent position." h.ul ben it life wnturcverywheresnWeient to curry her dered herself to her lover's embrace, Tlie old colonel seemed rather taken and irreutost charm. those five years you must be as mtieh and loyal effort to reconcile him to your lioat She would then have to row a while Col Howard smilingly said. strangers to eaeh other as If you had choice. If this could be done by entail- alwek at this precipitancy, for, in truth, Thus the time wore ou In a monot- fall mile: "That is rijrnt, ,nr hoy! This dear girl r rank was the nrlde of his heart: but onous routine, which would have been whether she nud the question was' Is never met: nnd it is quite probable that ing the whole suffering upon me alone eottkl make t beall your oil n row with your parents' long before your probation expires you 1 should be well content, although, dear he Anally agreed that the young man insitpportalrry tedious but for Frank's fore the risiii" Hood he diMMttrc should inundnte hearty blesrlng." ..should arrange everything1 In his own weekly letter, filled with everything will both have forgotten this Frank, I know that you you" Uut the rocks deeply sweep tho "Hut. father- - n.other gtrfo! what Is whieli he thought might amuse tins children an ay? enoturh fancy, and thank me for having now Agnes broke completely down, way. We need not dwell upon the events of home circle and cheer Agnes in her solIt how did It all eome about?" asked saved you from yourselves. Whatever and, hiding her face on Mrs. Howard's The problem would soon be nolvcd the radiant ynnna fellow, looking from the next few days Frank's hurried itude. Autumn askcd Into winter ami your decision may be, it will, of course, bosom, sobbed aloud. one to the other. preparations, the grief of Ids mother, winter gave place to spring. The early for now the first curling wavelet seemly and imperative thai Miss he Frank, moved to the inmost depths of hissed along the saiMl under Then the h hole story was told and, Oraydon should at once return to her his being by the granduer of her senti- the unavailing tears of his sisters, the lays of April had eome. and Frank had bottom atul in a few momentathe boat's tho thrht father's house, as it would hardly do to ments and heroic abnegation, knelt ho- troubled gravity of his, almost, repent- now for quite six months been wander- craft was free, then. In a brief spuee, Kthul being spokcMvoiuan, It lost nothing in Uie telling retain ns my daughters' governess a lier side and, quite unabashed by his ant father and the outspoken discontent ing from one historic spot to another, there was nxau for the Later In the evening came the young Indy to whom their brother has mother's presence, drew her to his of the people on tho estate, by whom through Germany, Switzerland, France the lithe young roweroars to dip. and shot away ful tn proposed." walk to the home of arms and poured forth his whole soul in the gallant young fellow was greatly and Italy, but always snying in each of away! away! in tlie solitary race, ilfe Agnes; and it Is quite probable that, ou Frank, although somewhat softened broken, passionate words of lovo and beloved. All the home adieus had been his letters where t:ie next one from the prise, and the forfeit, death! Tho the way, the reunited lovers by this apparent concession, hastened entreaty, though instinctively feeling spoken and the heir of Lin wood, at bust fully recurved spruce blades Hashed ami paid tearing himself away from his mother's themselves for their long separato reply: f that nothing could change her resolve. quivered in her strong little hands, and arms, stepped into the carriage which Mr. "Father, I must not for one instant At length when all were exhausted scattered sparkling drops of spray, as tion.at theGrayoon. happy IhwoikI measure you to buoy yourself up with the by emotion, Mrs. Howard rose, and was to convey him to the nearest railnllow u ith rapid, telling strokes she sent the ceived his turn affairs "had taken, reHut the most trying false hope which is at the bottom of tenderly embracing tho youthful pair, way station. favoriw with heartfelt Joy, beautifully modeled skiff along lta and all your proposition. For myself. I un- said: "Go now, dear children, nud ordeal was yet to come. The carriage, jmat doubts acd fears seemed watery course. but as a troubled dream. hesitatingly reject it; and nothing, ex- hope for the best. Kven this dark on its way.drew up Itcforo Mr.Oraydon's With uncovered head for she had cept Miss Oraydon s express wish, can cloud has It si'ver lining. Submit pa- cottage ami Frank, utmost unmanned never once thought of her hat ami her induce me to comply Neither she nor tiently, meantime, to your father's will, by the violence of Id? er.ioiions. went In ' On a lovely .Inne momlng some two lovely unbound hair falling in a bright I will ever change so long as life lasts; nnu joy may eome soo.ier tnnn you to take, perhaps, a .'est farewell of that months after tue wanderer's return cloud over her shouhlers, she bent to hence this cruel probation would be know, it t verj--, very hard to part one for whose dear sake he was becom-- I her work with the strength nnd skill the Liueoln wrish church wore an vain and useless. With all respect, I with my son, and with you too. my iug an e.ile. Ague.' received him at Inirn of long experience; and, as she air of unwonted splendor. 'Hie Intei assert that you have no right, human precious girl, bu T lit ve a the door, and her wan, tremulous smile now and again ground, tried to rior of the edifice Has one gortold Its own story. She tried to greet or divine, to ask us to waste the best sure conviction that it will not lw for lieliev t'nt she should lie in time, al- geous m sas of htoor.:: rich cur nets in cheerful tones, but alt her five years of our lives in such aimless long. Something know not what him S-though she treat bird to think how were spread from the i uimiice to suffering as your plan would entail. whispers me that we shall be reunited woman's heart gave way at the first A theiiriviujr-way- , arornd which. In their frlg.itfidlv'rent i. as the risk of Honor forbids that should adopt It. before of those fearful five glance of her hirer's eyes, and throwing bravest kol!ttty attire, were grouped The matter in 'gut have lieen a comparherself, with n pitiful cry, into his out- On the coutrury, slrill, this day, ask years has gone." atively easy one had the course leen the many svore of tenants and retainAgnes to marry me at as early n date On leaving Mrs. Howard's room, the stretched arms, she cobbed out In un over slack water, bnt now the surging ers bebnnng to th estate of Lini as I can prevail upon her to fix. Ily lovers wandered off through the shrub- controllable anguish: tide was setting strongly up stream, wood. MUlbrook and Mnnsaeld, while "Oh! Frank, my own, dear Frank; SSSe- this step I may incur your displeasure bery and soon found themselves on the producing a heavy current, ami Agnes carriage nfter carriage deposited its and, perhaps, even forfeit your lovo, scene of their last night's memorable how can I let you go and yet I must nas obliged to pal almost entirely freight of wmniv gtntry. all assembled must, because of the lore bear you. but despite your present feelings I interview, audit i no reflection upon with her left oar in order to avoid be- to witness a double wedding, in which shall gain .our respect and the ap- Frank to confess that lure he pleaded IJy no less a sacrifice can I curc your JACK ICHrKlVKB a T:t.rsK.M. ing carried far above the Little the hbjrh contracting parties were proval of my oh n conscience. I do not long and earnestly with Agnes to re- - lasting happiness, and do mr own duty. Wlieu he came more than the distance vras Frank Howard and Agnes Graydon. Mr I alor.u .night, suffer 1 would not home might find him. ask for, nor expect, any part of your voice her decit ion, bnt she, though tried If only George Mansfield ami Udy Uiim wealth, and shall la' only too happy to almost beyond her strength, steadfastly complain for most gladly would I die at last to Home although he had twliv covered whew h- sow. to Iter liUmny, Grafton. to save you from sorrow bat to know Wforo vUited the "Eternal City" he Uist only the highest point o( tks rock see all go to my sister.s. I havo now, as resisted his entreaties and l1io prompt- Oar old friend, -- .lack" nkebr. havyou know, come into of my ingsof her own heart, and remained firm that, for poor me, you must wander for wrote that he should on this occasion was visible! ing Ionic aguarrlired at ao under Undue,-o- f In another minute, this, loo, disapgrandmother's legacy of five hundred in her purpose. Finally, when driven years, far from your home ami country, remain at least four week. In order to that Miysterbms U'lv-.in- . make a thorough study of some funtous peared, and the girls -- as she now knew was there pounds a year, which, added to my own to extremity, she said: "Dear Frank, seems more than I can loar." inbe clinging fast to eaeh other, in great foron, and ably supported them to It was now Frank's turn to strengthen works of art in which he was much exertions, will be amply huUicient to the laws of right and wrong are imstood, apparent li. on the surface of tha Frank, while Kthel ami I'anluia Howterested, and thut his mall might be. maintain my wife nnd, if necessary, mutable. Let ws not deceive our- -' n:ul console: and leading the distressed to the ItritiV.1 legation, among water. It was Imrely possible that they ard made tha prettiest Imaginable. her father also in all neodfubeomfort. selves into neiicimg that by any girl to a scat, he knelt at her feet and And now, my dear father," he impul- sophistry we can ehanje them to suit drawing her mended arms about his whose )rri.nnrl lw hwl found one might so stand until it should reaeh Wldesuiakls for Ague. Tho their waists. If not, tber were lost be among th spectators u ho atsively continued, "do not cast me out of ourselves. It is, lieyond all ouestion, neck whispered w"etost words of hope ".Jack" Pigby, an old coUegcmatc. One afternoon, about ten days after yond hope. Hut now the brave yonng tached any importance to wealth and Mid comfort: and soon she became moro jour heart, for you will surely live to right tlmt we should now so far yield calm and was able to speak of the his arrival. Frank was lounging in the ours woman put forth every ounce of re- title afterward expreMted regret that acknowledge inn right in this thing." to youi father as to consent to a temporeception room of the legation, zealous served power, ami her light oraft sped the ceremony had not taken nlaco a Coldly refusing his boy's proffered rary separation, though we may not future with some show of composure. My sweet Agnes, ' snid Frank, "tha ly assisting his friend. ".lack," to do along almost as swiftly us a racing few hours later, when, in their eyes, it hand, Col. Howard said: "Von have think that he was justified in disposing r.rdest part of our great trial is, that, ,,othinK' when a messenger entered and shell, while si mi cried aloud in her would have ootno oil with still greater made your choice, sir. No further of your future without consulting your words are necessary," and he turned own wishes. Yet we mus consider his in the true spirit of the compact with iiaiiiieo me laiier a lojegram. "iieiio: agony, "Oh. merciful God! sustain me. fHtti, for. as the tenantry were enjoymy fa'ner, we are forbidden to write Frank, this is for yon," said the atta- (iive me strength to save t beats inno- ing a feast on the lawn ami tha invlt d angrily away, u hile Frank went off to motives, which were undoubtedly d each other, or even send messages; but che, as he passed it oyer. Frank took cent!" Now she is within three hun- guest discussing the wcddiuir breakacquaint his mother with all that had by a real but perhaps mistaken the yellow envelope and opened it with dred yards, and, glancing once more over fast In the great dining room, occurred. Nothing, however, could exdesire for your good. Nor can wc he has, this morning, so far modified that curious trepidation felt by all trav- her shoulder, to make sure of tier course, courier entered, and inquiringa special for Mr. surprise when on entering her blame him if pride of station and a wish this arrangement as to consent thet ceed his boudoir he found Agnes already there, for enlarged estutes (all ultimately for the contents oi my ir.otharV weekly elers on receiving such a missive, but can see the faces of the children, aud Graydon bunded him a form kin dispatch, marked: " f,mUnU." supporting the dear invalid in her arms you) were controlling elcmeuts in his letters to me shall be left entirely to the instant he glanced at its contents gracious Ilearen! rerogulios them as Apologising to his hostess, the old and caressing her with all a daughter's plan, for this is but natural to one in her own discr.Mion. and as my own'let- - he sprang to his feet with a shout, and Ethel ami 1'ruLne Howard! hurriedly calling out to the astonished At this utterly unlooked for discov- soldier opened the cnveloc. and hastily tenderness. his position and holding his views. In tcrs to her ::isy bo read by 3011, wc ".lack:" "Good-by- . old fellow, good-by- ; ery, Agv.es Graydon neither screamed looking over the iticlostire, handed It to shnll thus, virtually, be in constant corThe delighted youth quickly crossed my ignorance of the world and worldly I'm off for England in ten minutes,'' nor fainted, although her heart seemed Col. Howard, with u request that ho the room, and encircling both In one business, I never thought of yieso respondence. "And Agnes, do you know that I have dashed Into the street; for this was the to stand still u Ith horror as a Hash of would read It aloud-n- ml loving embrace gently asked: "Dear things last night when you made me, so this Is what lightning-likthought revealed to her the Interested company heard: not the least feur of my exile extending message: mother, do you know?" happy by declaring your love; but now IS- -. April the awful cousequenccs of failing In tho 'Ll.NCotjrs In.n. l.nMtov, Juno IT. 1"Yes. my son, this sweet girl lias told my eyes are opened; and, Col. Howard, to five years? My father's heart Is real "To "LlNWoon. Lincoln. Knrllritliu It. Mr. Frank HovrarJ. legalloa, rescue. ' To Klehard Oraydon. Kj (Now Karl of me all," she answered, as she drew his having so clearly expressed his views, ly most kind and generous and will Home Italy. Kxton). The little girls stril firmly as yet, face down to her own, "and you have we dare not expect Heaven's blessing everyday plead more and more strongly 'Come tome. AllWwe'.t. Aosrs." "Sir: Wo have the honor to Inform though the salt waves just touched my choicest blessing. Hut what does upon our union if wc refuse to defer it for us. And, moreover, dearest, I rely And now, leaving Mr. Jack Digby to your father say?" Then the whole story for his sake, even though we do know greatly upon Sir George Mnuslleld's de- ponder over it in vain, we must go back their short walking frocks. They were you that your invalid cousin, Charles came out, and Mrs. Howard broke Into that he builds delusive hopes upon tho termination to win the countess of in our story and explain tho how and closely oliicped together, but did not ut- Graydon, Karl of Kxton, died on tho and Lady Louisa over to his own wherefore of this wondrous telegram. ter a single cry, for, from the first moa flood of tears, while' Agnes turned delay. Oh! Frank," continued the lovepale as death. "Oh, my boy! my boy!" ly girl, "what does it matter? It is, views, ftort grant ht tv.ay succeed, ana The reader will remember that Mr. ment the boat was launched, they of cried the poor lady, "how can I com- after all, but a slight sacrifice to make quickly! ' Graydon's cottage has lieen described course knew who was Its occupant, and And so the lovers talked themselves as standing on the bank of the H umber, their touching faith In their beloved fort you? I cannot oppose your father's in order to insure a lifetime of un- i Into almost cheerfulness as tueh lovers some distance down stream from Lin- - Agues kept them from dcbpalr. will, and must only counsel submission clouded joy and TVnpi f ntn for the present. Try to be patient, and s:mi yoll ar min,.. Nothingcan change ever will until Frank could no longer wood hall. ow the distance Is reduced to or.e . , time will. urn sure, turn everything as tiif.t t,mi-.i- , lltL'tMII eVUIUIIII IU.)UI.UUL1' delay his departure, and he now drew The river, or estuary rather, is at hundred and fifty yards; but, oh, how ...,.: ttlHVI lliwnnll " we wish." nents may divide us for a time, yet from its case a costly ring, the grent this place fully two tnilus wide at flood fast the lapping waters rise! The cur-- 1 single diamond of which flashed in tide, but no more than ono mile at low rent sweeps against the girls' broad . Via i snnu mil" do you say, ..,,.....,. e motignis nom utrnnt heard all the reasons I urged upon ,nunion through every conscious hour, brilliant, starlike rays on every move- ebb. Exactly In the center of the skirts and tlir3' slightly waver; but my father In favor of the course which j and 0ch morning's sun, as it records ment. stream, when the channel is full, and Agnes, whose nerves are now steady as This placed on Agnes' hand therefore about a mile from either steel, shouts in a cheery tone: "Ethel, j I believe to be right, all now rests with onc dav k.ss of separation, han but saying as he did so: "My betrothed shore, there Is a little mound of rock lift Pauline in your arms, stand fast, you. Here, in presence of our dear strengthen and confirm our love. mother, I ask you to cast aside every The enraptured lover gazed with wife, it needs not such baubles to bind which rises above the general level of and brace airainst the current I shall consideration of mere worldly advan- adoring eyes ujion the inspired coun- our faith; but, let this little, gem, when- ' the bottom, and yet at spring tide Is easily save you." tage and give yourself to mo with no tenance of the wrapt enthusiast ami, ever you look upon its scintillating submerged to a depth of seven or more The elder girl at once obeyed, nnd more delay than may be proper and clasping her to his heart, exclaimed: light, be to you the star of hope; and" feet. Hetween this rocky Islet, or the weight thus concentrated gave necessary. Why should we waste our "My pure, unselfish darling; each word removing a plain gold band from one of mound, and the Linwood shore there greater powers of resistance. The light young lives apart when we know that you utter make it only harder to part her fingers to Ins own -- "I will wear this is, when the tide is out, no river at all, skiff almost (lew now. ami was within nothing can change or weaken our mu- with you. Your sublime faith rebukes simple ciTcle ns a pledge and symbol of the bottom here being much higher four or five, lengths, when at last F.tliol our endless love. And now once more than that of the true river beyond the e..!l'V. out. tual love?" my fears and gives me courage to enAgnes, who was now softly weeping, dure. Y Miih Grayd'iii. I am totter-- i iny darling! oh! my darling" islet. Consequently at such times this am forced to confess that your good-bt Hut what pen could describe a parting tide channel Is a mere waste of sand, lifted her clear, soul-li- t eyes to the face instincts are more true, your sense of wiVr Is up to my waist; I of her lover, and replied: "Frank, In right more just than mine, and that wo such as this? and the young people of the neighlxir-hoo- d The very last possible moment of his this pure presence I need not blush to muS)t for the preS)ent obey my father' way, my darling. You "Don t were in the habit of walking A SI'hrtW.COUHIKlt KNTKIIKD. confess once more that I love you with stern decree; yet, how can I leave you, stay had come: and Agnes, with match- across it to the rock, where they were are quit" Agne replied, and the all my woman's heart. .Most gladly oll, Agnes, the crown and jov of my less heroism, restrained her tears, and sure to find, retained in its firmness, boat shot 't.igsifle at the very Instant liith hist, at Nice, where he had been actually smiled true heart so that numbers of curious shells and marine the ehil'v:i . ,r, s,m would I follow you to the ends of the life!" And once again, as henrt from their feet for some time residing in the 1iohj of earth and share with you whatever close to heart, their souls seemed leat her lover might bear away no sad im- plants, ever being brought In by the nralisi .;, mia!e. mid the next they regaining health. knit age in his mind; atul were so. ,..,! on the husom of their resnot until the car- sea. '"Uy the deceased nobleman's last will might come of weal or woe. Neither in one by the transcendent power of an One Saturday, on which day, as sho cuer, wb ). .''! t from ex- and testament, you, blr, are named as .would I hesitnte one instant to comply undying love, In which angels might riage had disappeared did she give way to all the abandonment of her womnn-hood'- s sometimes laughingly phrased it, cess of j. (y, could oily murmur: "Oh, sole executor of the will and legatee of with your wishes because I might Have gloried. first grief. It was well for tho Agnes did not "keep s.'h ol,"' she wan thank Gd!thuuk God!" as she cov- of the personality, amounting to a very thereby reduce your pecuniary means, And now we must press onward in for these are valueless compared to the story of these young lives. Imme- poor girl, In this crisis, that the voice of sitting in the April sunbhinc on the por- ered them ilth kisse. Then, wrap- largo sum In three per cent consols anil love, such love as ours. We are both. diately on parting with Agnes Frank-agai- duty called her to a life of active use- tico of her father's house, her hands ping each of the shivering children in bank stock. You nrc, also, as you happily, far above the petty Influences sought his father's presence, and, fulness though, Indeed, she was not busy with some light work and her one of tb' wntnu shawls she turned know, hereditary heir to the title, cartho bow of the boat up stream and, rying with it the extensive and rich esof mere wealth and high station; but, in a few words informed him of his own one to sit don n and idly biood over un- thoughts far away with a certain wanderer beneath Italian skies, when, hap- aided by the tide, very soon reached tate of Extou-Moou hose yearly revFrank" and hero the noble girl's change of purpose, but candidly added: avoidable ills. The circumstances of her father pening to glance across tho now empty the landing at Linwood hall. enues are somewhere In the neighborcountenance shown with a sub- "You must not think, sir, that any There are some things constantly oc- hood of twenty thousand pound lime light "we owe much to credit whatever is due me in this mat- who was totally unfitted for any kind bed of the river, she saw two children your father and ought willingter. It is all MUs Graydon's doings. I of business made it Imperative tliat she whether boys or girls, she could not at curring in family histories of a charac- sterling. ly make some sacrifices "We beg leave, sir, to congratulate through am still convinced that your decision is should augment his scanty income by that distance tell just leaving the roclc ter so sacred that even tho most reverdeference to his wishes. cruel and unjust, but she, noble girl, her own earnings, and hence she at and, apparently, running towards her. ent description would seem profana- you upon your accession to this ancleut r At the next instant she heard, to her tion: ln'tK---, ive will not attempt to por- title and grand inheritance, and trust Wo are still, ns he says, very young, insists that I shall comply with your once looked for and readily remunerative situation. Indeed, so horror, the five years will quickly pass away. will; and have no alternative. and loar of the In- tray the feelings of Col. and Mrs. that we bhall be honored with your am In our case there Is no danger In delay, bound, however, In all fairness, to tell high was the general estimation in coming spring tide, and at once realized Howard iihen Agnes entered the room, lordship's commands aud continue to for I know my own neart, and can you thnt five years, or five times five, which the character and accomplish- the awful fact that It must overwhelm where both ucro sitting, and restored enjoy the confidence so long reposed In were held, that the little fugitives long before they to them the precious little ones, snatched us by the late earl. If it co happens trust implicitly in yours. Though you will not bring about the result you de- ments of should roam over the whole habitable sire; although you are a true and hon- there arose quite a rivalry between sev- could reach the shore; for, even now, by her own heroism from the very juivs that, pending final arrangements, your edge of of death. Wo can only say, that after lordship should require Immcdiatn farth, and meet, ns you well ma-- , hun- orable man, my enforced absence will eral noble families of the neighborhood she could see the waves not half a the hap.iy parentu had, together, ex- funds, please draw upon us for any dreds of women more beautiful and yield this compensation, that I sIkiII re- as to which should becure her services; its worthy than 1, yet I feel an absolute tain your love, receive your full and but finally she gave the preference to mile below. The distance was too hausted i very expression of praise and amount. With respectful duty to Lady was about to leave Agnes Graydon, wo have the honor to assurance that your love will always cordial consent to my marriage at the Lady Mansfield, mother of Sir George, great to signal the children intelligent- gratitude, be mine alone. Dear Frank, let us end of the term, and shall, besides, chiefly because her mansion was but a ly, much less to call to them, and Agnes the room. Col. Howard, after having bo your lordship's humble, obedHit e from her own father's could only watch their progress in an written a few words on a card, walked servants, wait. It is a terribln thing to estrange a have the satisfaction of knowing that 6hort Takk & Junks, and generous father or to disregard my mother Is spared the suffering house, and she would therefore be able agony of dread. Hut now they, too, gravely up lo her, and gently kissing kind Solicitors." "his commands, unless forced to do so which any break in our family relations to spend her nights and holidays at caught sight of the rushing wnters, and, her fair brow, said: "Miss Graydon So. ufter all, Frank had married a home. The fuet that Sir George was after hesitating a moment, turned and my dear Agnes, rather, it is Impossible lady by a sense of duty to nn even higher would surely cause her." of title, and his beautiful bride, Col. Howard looked greatly pleased as Frank Howard's dearest friend also had ran back to tho mound, where they to pay our debt to you. A lifetime besides her Incomparable self, had power. No such diro necessity confronts us. If Col. Howard had arbi- his son spoke, and, grasping his hand great weight In determining her choice, would be safe for, possibly, twenty min- would not suffice to discharge it; but as brought him a luri;u fortune. (this knd.J" trarily, and for all time, forbidden our with j1 iis warmth, ex which proved a most happy one, as, from utes. On this day Mr. Graydon had the first installment, go now and tele- Semi-Weekly Interior Joiirm i i ",'''" maid-servan- AGNES GRflYDON. d high-principle- d uj-- 1 milk-and-wat- , out-of-do- self-deni- al I - I , f: -- - 1 I 1 to-mo- r- i l I 1 I Kt-se- boy-nnd-gi- rl t de-Hg- hi rw n ; j trne-hearte- d. l j lked 1 j I one-ha- lf 1 1 -- I one-ha- lf pl. - ios-esisio- , - I ' inllu-"ccc- j ' J e &-, Mill-broo- k i ' I vt,n-m,- .,.. fe$. (wB"i&fo'i ......... I corn-hav- ! ' y I , ! 1 y - i 1 tri i," w NiKvx-hlos- s -- n r, long-ehcrishc- d found-anoth-e- 1 1 well-know- n "Miss-Graydon- foam-covere- d fast-advanci- unil-Agnc- s half-mil- I old-tim- e - i iii.j&Uiiii t-- j 54 1891. G TEED : 1391. A BLOODY HIGHWAY. Rocord of tho Crimea Committod on a Kansas Road. A BILLY'S SANTA CLAUS EXPERIENCE. X EVERYBODY INVITED -- Mighty Dollar Rendered still more mighty by our s Jfo.J . . rs-V- w F 1 COURSE II...... UCUUtD .1 '1 UUU I Pmvorltn llrMirt or ThlTM anil Mii dorrr Who ritimlrrril anil Klllml Ht Ktrry Op- VV ri wmx r 7 ) t 1 nny such peraon ns Santa Clau1?, !.. lit I kW lmtTommv does. Tominvis inv To call at- - lit- - portunity. Grouse Creek road. In Cowley county, hns outlined an unenviable notoriety during tho last few years. To the ghost hunter it would prove a rich field, for : here can be found enough horrors to fully satisfy Vhe most morbid imaginaOl tion. A few years ago a cattleman, known as Dave Bright, was driven in a hack on this road from Arkansas City, beaten hcnselev and fobbed of SIOO. A little further down, at SUvcrdulc railway station, George IM.iir was hhot and killed while trying to rob t.ie nostofllce. Not a ''tore in this section of country where Near where the road crosses Grouse creek, known ns Kstus ford, i'nited States Itlchard Walker, unaided except by his Winchester rifle, captured a party of live horse thieves who had camped there, preparing for a raid prior to a run down into the territory. He As at the- was more fortunate tliuii the city marshal of Coffeyville, who, with a posse of live men, rode into a camp of three near the same spot, and demanded their surrender. The mar shal was shot down by the leader of the thieves, when the posse fired a volley, bringing down the murder Moth men were carried to a little log schoolhouse near tho creek, where they were tenderly cared for until both the officer and tho outlaw died a few minutes later. Tho latter was buried beside the road and the marshal ws carried home to his mourning family At Ustus ford an old man named Kieth was knocked from his horse, rubbed, bound and eacjred, taken across the creek and turned loose on the burned pralrio to make his way the best he could, bareOpposite the I'ortnun IIoiiiC, footed, to Arkansas Hty In tho log schoolhouse which had sheltered the murdered officer and hi slayer, within a few feet of the gruve that could still be plainly seen. Tom Armstrong was captured bv the shrriu" of (owlcy county. Armstrong 1ih1 shot nud killed James KHey in front of his own store in Arkansas Citv. mid had lied to the old Down this trail, or road, rendezvous many stolen lmrM-- hud been led across of danger. So tho river out f ivim-Inumerous had Itctiime thesis theft, that finally h vigilance committee arrested High linger, who was suspected of being one of th gur.g They took him out lh to Grouse creek und Lunged him from a tre until lie v. as aluioat dead. He did not confess, and was Hnally turned loose. Only a little farther down tho rond a liors- - thief named Tollen wan arrested afu-- n brief battle iu which no one was Injured. This time the right man was secured and he Is now serving And- a long term in the penitentiary. A short time since John Seeley, another man afilicted with u deaire to ttppropri- ato other people's horses, was arrested and taken to (inihrie. lie had taken shelter in one 'f the tlratvs Immedlntc-l- y beside the road hater on comes the Can give Special Harg.iins in murder of Lee West, who was shot and killed just as he hnd crossed a little bridge over Grouse creek. Farther up the creek is an island on which an old man named Tournier was killed, while eastward in th- valley and only a short distance from t lie toad the body of an unknown man was found shot through tho forehead. In the early days this section of the state was. said to bo tho headquarters for horse thieves. On an islund formed at the junction of tho two rivers w as at one time a regularly A big lot of Sample Caps for Hoys and Men, just from auction will fortified camp, where a tough gang might be found at any time. As tho le sold at less than manufacturing price. country beei.nn settled the lawless element sought shelter down in the rough 15II1, vc toitf On country of Indian territory, but the rec2k.il., ord of Grouse creek rond has become a bloody one. Which were purchased at a forced hale and they will pass over the more A POLITICAL PHANTOM. that no house in town will ever be able to ap- 7 tie brother, aged GRAND OFFERINGS -- Staple 8l Fancy Goods -- A DOLLAR GOES SO FAR Cash Bargain Stanford, - horse-thieve- s, Store Kentucky s Ire Daily Receiving NEW GODDZ, i mas I thought I'd make some fun for the young 0110 by playing Santa Clans, but as al- w ays happens -when 1 try to Htnnso anybody I jes got myself into trouble. I went to bed pretty early on Christmas eve so as to give my parents rhanco to get tho presents out of the closet in mamma's room, where they hail been locked up since they were bought. I kep my close on except my shoes, and put my nightgown over them so iw I'd look white if any of them came near me. Then I waited, piucliin myself to keep Hwake. Aftr awhile papa catno into lot of things that he tho 00m with dumped on Tommy's bed. Then mamma came in ami put some things on initio and in our two stockings that wero hung up by the chimney. Then they both went out very quiet, and soon all tho lights went out too. I kep on pinchin myself and waitin for a time, and then when I was sure that everybody was asleep I got up. The first thing I went into was my sinter's room, and got her white fur rug that mamma gave heron herbirthday.nnd her sealskin capo that was hanging on the closet door. I tied tho cai on my hail with shoestrings and it made a good big cap. Then I put the fur rug around 1110 and pinned it with big safety pins what Then I I found on Tommv's gaiters. new scrap basket, trimmed got mamma's with roses, what Mrs. Simmons broid-erefor the church fair, ami piled all of the kid's toys into it. I fastened it to my back with papa's suspenders, and then I started for the roof. I hurt my fingers some opening tho scuttle, but" kept right on. It was snowing hard and 1 stood and let myself get pretty well covered with Hakes. Then I crawled over to tho chimney that went Jown into our room and rlimbod up on top of it. I had brought my bicycle lantern with me and I lighted it so as Tommy could see me when I came down the chimney into the room. A. R. Penny's .And examine the Um k 11 HOLIDAY GOODS, Something to suit every taste at prices lower than ever before. 1 11 Ladie An Elegant Line and Gents' "Watches, Jewelry of All Kinds. Kngraved without extra char. e. Large line of ij A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SILVERWARE, Plush and Hard Wood Toilet es,! Albums, Books Cas- d And Novcitios. Como and See, Buy and be happy. A. R. PENNY. IAMES FRYE, HUSTOJMVILLBJKY. I have purchased the entire stock of Owsley & Craig, consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Mobs. Hats, Caps, Carpets, Wall-paper, r HOLIDAY -- 5, Groceries, &c, at r A. BIC3I - Prices will be The Lowest. Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Mufflers, Cashmere Mufflers, Gloves, Ties, Gents' & Ladies' Underwear, Boots Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c. Tuesday, jroods, notions, will open up a m-- -' N - must make room for Spring Goods and from now until JAN. 1ST, I OKFKR GRKAT BARGAINS in all Kinds of goods in my line. Granulated sugar, 5 cts.; A rbuckle's coffee, 22 cts.; Green coffee, 20 cts.; All standard brands of calicoes. 5 cts.; Indigos, 6 cts.; Home made rag carpet, 16 cts.; All wool carpet, 55 cts.; Union carpet, 25 to 40 cts.; Hemp carpet, 10 to 15 cts.; Nice line of rugs very low. price. Great reduction in heavy weight clothin"-Cloaks at one-hal- f shoes at $1, worth from S3 to $4.50. Hoosier A job in fine, side-laccotton, 6 cts.; A. A. A. Trion, 7 cts.; Masonville, S cts.; Green Ticket Lonsdale, 8 $ cts. These cottons am all yard wide Plaid cottons, 5 to 7 cts.; Ginghams, 7 cts., worth 10 cts.; Heavy boots at Si. 25 to S3, worth from S2 to $4. A nice and complete line of . e L-A-ZDIZES7 JDISGOTJlNrT, Wr CMM1IKD Ul' ON TOP OK IT. lot of dry counters at such prices The Mm tnl striiKtflt' r tlir Mini Who I proach. Only a look and you will lc convinced. Work nc lor OHIce. The political Mm Grundy is n phanWc have engaged additional help and will try and serve you as the apprehension of a piomptly as we ixbly can. caffDo not mistake the place, follow the crowd to the IMG ROOM, 'opposite the 1'ortman House. DOUB-1,1- . B. F. p S JONES, SR, Pro'r. per dozen Krom Dec. 15 to Jan. 1. '9, we will pay 22) Bring them along. for your Kgg. MACK HJB HUFFMAN, -- Doalor In mm .- 1 mimiw 1 cqods, HfR AtiBlHIHfe'B desires to calljthcattention of the - !... w. .....w ...... ....l.1. iw I...- - .....1..t I.'.... always I'XWUl. le can furnish lound in his store. with as nice a ou Chrismas Present AS Ol COL' I 1) WISH. tom conjured bj politklitu of u hat ho supposes to lie tho opinion of the people or of a party. Tho luovltuhle result of t!ie apprehension, write George Will nun Curtis, in Ilar-pr'MHgu.ine. is to regard tlutt general opinion us ineau and unintelligent, so that the politumn is o(Un trying to conform to standard thirt he despises. w lint does the public IhUmmI of advuntMge reipuiv and whit ought to bo done, lie wonder what he can do vote. that will alienate the Statesmanship, he say, consist in doing what oti can. not what you would. Hut the fiiult of th.it apothegm is its vagueness. You Isnow what3,ou would, but no man until he tries knows what he can It is eertuin that you ean do safoly what is jjenerally approved. Hut the vital eondit 1.111 of progress is that somebody shall to llrsU The forward ...... II.....mmv..iiI until It i .... SlOp IS generally taken, and in arguing that it ought not to lie tak-- n until it is generally approved, you fonjet that taking it The im- is the 1v.1v to seeure approval. point is not what Mrs. Grundy iorintil says, but what she ought to say 8 111 le.t IIUl.K-l-l- .1'1." Mmi'ii Aliiltllton. To those who are a little behind in their accounts with him, he asks At an eperienee laeottngliehl in New York city the various speakers told as a special faor that they come forward and settle. what had been the objects of their am-- I ' JrC ZI3VC3VCEK, Doalor In ' bition in early life. One of them had wanted to be president of tho United fruits, : Gaudies, TOYS I States, another to get rich, another to have plenty of inince pie, another to be a military dictator like Napoleon, an- -' other to own a pony, another to lu a preacher, another a lawyer, another a blacksmith, and another a naval commander. Only two of all the speakers had attained the object of their early ambition Our I iitlirrll.t CALL AND SEE His line of Holiday Goods. AD XMAS TR1X, ASKS TIIK PL'lll'IC TO Mr. Spinks Why, under heavens, did you give Hillington that cotton um- brella? He'll uever.briug it bauk. only other one in Mrs. Spinkir-T- he the rack was silk. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. tlm AutlinillJ or tlit ClirNtui.K llox. "You should have given him that." Three ceuturies ago the Christmas "Humph: If ho wouldn't return the box. now not often heard of. was in the 1st, 1891. cotton one, w hy should he return the height of its glory, as tnese lines show: silk ono? Tell me that, Mr. Spinks." tilHdly tho Hoy with Chriitma llox la hand, Full corn ol Conjetvilnry nJ Normal School teatlicrt. Superior course in Literature. Mmie Mr. Spinks Tho cotton one wns his. Tliniuk'hnut tUa town hU doluua rouU pw Arl. Kxcelleiit boarding depaitm nt. Caulojim aid circulars (urnuhei on apjiluatiou -- New York Weekly. kUUL I.e.. There did not seem to be nny places inside the chimney where I could hold on bv my feet, but the eeil-in- : in our room was not very high and 1 had often jumped most as far, ko I jes let her go, uml I suppose I went down. Anyway, 1 did not know about anything for a long time. Then I woke up all 111 the dark with my head feelin queer, and when tried to turn over in bed I found 1 wasn't in bed at all, and then my arms and legs began to hurt terrible, mostly one arm that was doubled np. I tri.nl to get up. but I couldn't Waiisf my bones hurt so and I was terrible cold uml there was nothing to stand 011. I wan jes stuck. Then began to cry, and jretty soon I iveurd mamma's voice aayin to papa: "Those must be aparrers that are making tiiat noitt iu the chimney. Jes touch a match to the wood in the Iniys' fireplace." I heard jwpai strike a light and then tlve wood lieguu to crackle. Then, by jinks! it liegau to get hot ami .smoky and I screamed: "Help! Murder! Put out that tire lst you want to burn me up!" Then 1 heard pajMi stamping on the wood and lnamiim calling out: "Where's Bill ? Where is my clnl-Next Tommy woke up and liegnu to cry and everything was terrible, specially tho pains all ovor me. Then papa called out very stern: "William, if you are in that chimney come down at once!" anil 1 answered, cryin, that I would if 1 could, but 1 was stuck and couldn't. heard papa gettin dres.-eThen and pretty soon he and John iroin the stable went up on tho roof and let down put around mu and they ropes what hauled me up. It was jes daylight nud I was all black and sooty and scratched and my nnn was broken. Kverybody scolded me excep mamma. I had sjioileil my sister's white rug, and broken all of Tommy's toys, and tho snow what went in through the scuttle melted and marked tho p.irlor ceiling, besides I guess it coat papa a good deal to get my arm mended. Nobody would believe that I had jes meant to make some fun for Tummy, and my arm and nil my "bruised places hurt 1110 awful for a long time. If I live to lie a million I um never goin to play Santa Clans agin. Coknf.ua Rkdmoxu. 1 1 ?" 1 d. price. Hand-seweat 52.50 to S3, worth S3 to S5. aome extra nargains in mens nne snoes. Tlie very highest mardet price paid for produce. Don't wait until Saturdays but come at once. These goods will not be sold long at these prices. No trouble to show goods. Yours, the Tireless Toiler for Trade, JAMES KRYK. At a grcatmark-dow- n d SHOES, CALL "W.C.GR 1 t in iirSTOXVIIJLE, KY,, ) . uetiier 1 T jlxi Queens- - Tinware, t vjrruuwritjs, XT rifctruware. uriass- T -- . ' Oiffars, and Tobacco s. invites the attention oi the public to the completeness of his stock every dctail'and desires to call particular attention to the low fig ures at which the above goods are sold. He will not have a large Christmas stock but for Candies, both plain and fancy, and nuts, and the like, his store is the place to go. He desires "to thank the people of his section for the liberal patronage he has receicd and hopes by fair dealing to merit a continuance during the year, 1092. lie r) t ?T .. all T&. Tf Ji.l JL r Jl of his cargo of CHRISTMAS GOODS has made his headWith quarters at CI1US J0 G. Weatherford & Co.'s Etc. d 1 HIUSTOITVILKE, KIT., and will be there for the next few days be found a sple'ndid assortment of In his immense stock will Christmas Presents of Every Description, Besides Confectioneries, Dolls, Toys, will be found a handsome lot of Comb and Hrush Cases, Manicure Sets, and an endless variety of Albums and the like. The people of the West lnd are cordially invit-teto call and see the largest stock of Xmas Trix ever brought to Hustonville. Thanking our patrons lor past favors we solicit a during the coming year. con-inuan- Stanford FemaleCollege. Fnll Session Tuesday, September aJ n . ' U.tk.- mIJj i Semi-Week- ly Stanford, Ky., W. F WALTON. Tub editors of the Maysville Common-weal- , tho Rich 11011 K Utor, the Bowling Green Domocrat and others will accept tho grtteful aeknoledgu-inent- n Di:cgmi?ek 18, J 891 pleaso of thn editor and business manager for the compliments, which they print, and which we shal1 strive to deserve. Interior Journal Mrs. Blanche Sweeney has rpnted knife in his grasp. box. The money for which 1 the l'almor street. residence on llichinoud; they had been playing win still where they hsd placed it on tho top of n beer No witnesses. In tho cases of Jim Ballew and Henry LaRuo, who filled up on inouu-tai- u -- H 51' I k worth of busfite destroyed which turned out democrats and seated republicans with iness property at Florence, Ala. TO VISIT- The present Congress has more no reason, justice or excuse, except that it had the power, are to be repeated in young men in it than any of its prede the prove and reverend Senate. A con- cessors, 4S of them being under 40. ell'ort to murder In spiracy lias been entered into to rob Hrice, Hill and White of their scats and the conductor, a drunken Mississippi if the infamous precedent established is planter tHI from thn train mi. urokc Iih followed it will be tumsfiul. The n neck. Matt 15. DunlMvy, a wealthy '.tauter, publican majority in the Semite is urou-iiibeautifully tilled Dr. .lleu at Richmond, Texas, for small by decrees and making depreciating remnrks about his lepa all the time, even with the admis daughter. sion of rotten boroughs an States for the Of W. B.- Ontt hundred mined Riianls ant to thrumming. purpose of uinkiim addition to it, and The honor conferred upon Hon. J no. in their dospcratiou at a prospective loss bo plHcedatmichof the Tennessee brunch prisons, and the convict iiiitiern will Bennett, of Richmond, by his appointof power the unscrupulous lenders hio honment by Director General Davis Tho nlleced shortly bo returned. capable of anythingJudH CulberltKiu bus declined the orary commissioner of the World's Fair grounds for untrHtirg Senator II rice is lutor-StaCommissioner for to Europe, was worthily bestowed. .Mr. that at the time of his election he whs oflko of the reason that he is a candidate for the Bennett is a gentleman in every sensn of not a resident of Ohio; the charges the word;n man of high standing thro'- against Hill are that he has forfeited his U. S. Senate from Texas. get the out the State and wherever known, mid Nat Crutchlleld failed to seat by failing to resign the governorAmlStcthc (ii.uvl l)isjl.t f ship of New York, and that against clerkship of the Houh', but the winner will fill any position that he would acappointed him journal clerk, the best cept with credit to himself and honor to White is that he is not duly elected, as his town, county and State. Louisiana is not under a republican form paying position under him. T'h fast train between New York Miss Kato Walden, who was injured of government, because if it was. the would have been republican and Buffalo collided with a switch en- by her horso running away, is very Legislature and elected a republican senator. Of gine at Fishkill, killing the engineer an, much improved and will be nut soon. ti.Misses Gracie Kinnairdaud Addic Burn-sidcourse there is no right or justice in any fireman and injuring several pidse gers. who have been attending school at of these absurd propositions, but might lid ward M. Field, son of Gyrus W. Oxford, O , came homo Wednesday to is right with the party in power and it Iirs done even worse thincs. The peo- Fieldand a partner in the bankrupt spend the holidays. Mr. Joe l'errin, ple expressed in unmistakable terms brokerage firm, was arrested and lock- who has been keeping books for J. A. has Iteen sriu9ly ill for MJine tli eir indignation over the usurpation of ed up on an indictment for grand lar- Roy ton, has accepted posi'ion as travDr. K. J. ceny. a Cincinnati house. cUys, but is now better. eling salesman for Kecd and bis gang at the November The severest storm known raged for Mrs. H. O. Kuutlman will shortly re Brown has moved to this pine- - from election bv almost wiping out the membership in tho Lower bis hours at Pueblo, Col., Tueiday. in jve to the Olds propurty on Danvillu ljiail. Mr. J. C. Wayne, of Mroiking on the News at House of Congress, yet the lesson wbius Trallic and business were suptded. street, Cupt, and Mrs. Olds xolng to who has own of Rich Gold Jewelry, Silverwnre ami Uronzcs IWrbourville, ttoppeil over hrre a con pie The Finest Assortment Two housw were blown down, no Xicholasville to Tic ICanttuiHii to linve been lost on the conspirators. suitable for Xma and Wedding Presents ever shown before. Do witii Will I Sower, who nroiwty will be occupied by Mr, Mar- -' of da.va this But let them do their worse. Their one was hurt. .Mr. II. is working in the Signal office. -- Ml!. Junius Oftldw'dl, Sr., a brother cum Tillett and family. not fail to examine our stock of handsomely bound doom is sealed the their damnation as- , to of Mrd. C. H. Rochester, died in Isaac Bsoghmau, a mini of color, II. Baker and family have biy-Biired. lie was bom in Adair in JSOand who resides near Marksbury, in Garrard town slid M. A. J. Baker has moved to In vio'v of the alarming number of fa- mtrried .Miss Henrietta Rjcneatcr, of county, has invented a hemp brake, to lua father's farm. Mr. Joe Mullen, of tal accidents among brakemen, Senator Danville, in 1S(U. Ins run by steam, water or horso Mer, 1'iiiut Lick, was Left! Monday yetting Mra. Cullum, of Illinois, has presented a bill The post-oflat luli.tboth, Ky., ami will apply for a patent thereon. lie some mountain lands recorded. worth claims that it will break R.00O pounds of Fields, living near Marrtbvrx, soffere! a under the Interstate Commeico law, to was robbed Monday night of inlay. Uev. Payne, require railroad companies to put auto- of stamps and a small amount of money, hemp a dav; that it will repiiro only piraly tic stroke For i hild in irrcnt variety at the i.owist rncis. matic brakes on their freight cars. The and the store was robbed of u number of eight hands to operate it and an engine of Corhin, will preach hre Sunday, Miet KtiKiKteunrt. f Wildie, wm vieit of the adoption of a pairs of boote and shoes. impracticability power. This he thinks will of here Sunday. brake litis been in the fict that the floor of By the wrecking of the Columbian do the work of HO hands and thus prove ine machine, Hitfj the cars are of so many different bights, express near Lima. J persons were a wonderful 7 and unless an invention can be found to killed and 10 wounded. The "F. F. V." invention was on exhibition in the oflW j Wotiw of Election. cover this trouble, there will havu to bo on the C. & O. collided at AUlernou with of G.u. W. J. LaUdraiii for several days a uuiformty of cais if the law is pois- a freigi.t,, killing two and wounding sev- and a number of experts who examined ( llM I.m eti"g of tk ttockhoMtr A Coi.Dtjr HoiMieg and aalag AMOcfatiwi will ed. en pennons. it pronounced it an extraordinary pioc Kelt Toy Tmttitf, Chlnn Tea Sct, Doilt. Doll Huggies. Wfonf, e M ilia KnneM ataaaJr TrwM at ik Chubbly Carroll, serving a term in of mechanism and believe that it is not Cc. en $tarUv, Dec. , Mr liM awrOM ut Fnncy Chnlm, llMrenu'. fce. Mr. K. W. Nhv mas, the talented edi- the Indiana penitentiary, hit Guard without merit. aaata rear clrctina aia mrvctow ta r. ia I. It. UAf OltitAX. ScT. torial writer of the Louisville Times, has on the head with a rock, which MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY : goue to Washington to represent that U.lllhUUi CUI1UU3S1UI1 Ul lilt; iUlillll milli.i..... i. i... paper and the Courier Journal there. in a few day3. He had frustrated an at A number of saw mills litivv raeum-e- l He has alfo been appointed to one of ttsIII,t ()f tl0 (.OIIVi,.t to eflM pe. work. the sinecures under the doorkeeper, the A United Statfls mail wagon was Judge Carter has movwl from his salary of which, with his other positions stopped and robbed of registered pick-aie- s farm to town. will keep the wolf a lone ways from Corel tig has movwl ;to on the streets of Chicago bv live HrrT' Weekly f r th oearntc year will his door. His correspondence is over men. The empty packages have been his now dwelling in White's addition. more attractive fturo, wflrn and fcner non de plume of .S'avoj-ar- d found, but there is no clew to the robhis J a gratr hamber ot arlkk o( of W. B. Smith Hugh Miller bought live, iatta inuri ilxa uill be found in any and like all bis productions are" well bers. The C ," by On Timo for $260. Among tkem latter will be ate other rututdical the colt "K. los is heavv. or the lies ot aiticlri oh the it crvateiit cll written aud enP'rtnininir. A Christmas tree at the Speaker Crisp Wednesday announche Celiun- world, mcludinc too i:fatraten. Army area! Slimier at the Christian- - lino KtKlt on. Ih on land and Nuvy,ami th en b the individual whom ed as the Committee on ltutes Messrs mill mi (ml icw. d Sknator lie ccd. dtuttcrk COLLARS, . McMillin, ditchings, Iteed, Burrows Chlirctl ChribtmaS eyo. tonlt ol lb it)- will t ik;m or Hit celebrated the alliance crowd blew into the U. S. illHitrjted III an attretllvv aej -- The public school at this place, 1 hr Deimnment nl Amateur Senate from Kansas, and who is much and Crisp. He does not expect to anSjioit will continue under the dirxlion l Caier "Tf'T' .lopiin ami .nr. n nounce all of the committees until tho taught by Aliss T TTT' 9 - more noted for his hirsute appendai e V WbitHejr I I he hell of Molcrn writert w.ll f Cocks, after a successful s'saion of contribute itiort .tnriet. ami the mo.t 4i.tlni.h. I E9t J A VTYY t I T i 1OJ! M I VV t- zA "'"-' to play n dou- 12:!d, when Congress will adjourn for tho than for his brains, tried l arti.tt will make the illuM.aiwm. I ae edito V V JLXLLCJ. holidayi). live months, closed last Thursday. VVV.. a rial article of Mr George WiIIhihi CuriU will ble Kame so as to ant the best assign 'e has been moved from rciualuat an epecial attraction. The J. B. Thompson, of Harrodsburg, x i inents on committees. But his trick was now building exposed aud failed to work and as the has a case before the Supreme Court to its former location to the McKonzie &. FERWDICELS. C.-expresses it, his effort to carry wa- determine the question whether nr not, lately erected for it near side of Main Baker's ter on both shoulders may result in his in the export of whisky, the exporter street. store on the south ''KR must pay a tax upon the amount which carrying only empty pijruins. $ Invitations are out to the marriage jijrpct-- , weekly oo is lost by leakage or evaporation before CUFITS. GLOVK.S, 4 oo Anniui"! lliiuriimtn Mr. IlcurV Harper Mnijaiiie nf M!on ........ w. ....--. . . . BO I,... Thomas Nklso.v I'aoe, anativeof Han- exportation is perfected. A. Harrer'i Youiib People"". OO J L. Wallace, which takes place at the The examining trial of Mis. 7.iicb over county, Va., has been chosen by church, Paint Lick, K. Presbyterian .0,tfNe(rce to ail .ubtciiben in the l nited the Harper Bros, to conduct the Editor's Ward, chaiged with poisoning her hus- Tuesday, Dec. 22d. s,i"e. c'd:i and Drawer in their magazine. This is a band, was concluded at BarJstown and with of th At the tOWIl election last .Saturday ' Thi- Volume January Weekly becin Wlun thn high compliment to the young man, wiio she was held over to await the action of no of oacli . ... i. ...... i. ' firtt number nr iih,cription will beiu with me lonowiug oiucers mintiened, lime it has attained a rapid and deserved prom- tho grand jury with her bail at SoOO. She rec ipi oi ntner. e W MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND police judge; U. .N. Weekly for three inence in tho literary world. His charm- got tired of the old man and wanted fa P. Freeman, liatllS, W. J. Sparks, M. P. NeWCOnib, A. years luck in neat cloth binding, lll te tent by ing stories of slave life, which lie reads younger and better looking one. G. Lovellnnd W. A. . Davis, trustees, ."rv'S" with such striking ell'ec'., has made him Dr. K. M. Green, Jr., who has been for j,j,r hjute and Emiiiett Snodgruss, .narsl.nl. (of bim) -, a great reputation, and in Louisville at- practicing medicine hero for tho pHSt, r--H Wft have been Shown by Dr. Love 11 ns, beient by mail ptpaiil on receipt of pecially he is almost iiloli.ed. year or two, has been appointed assist-- I C. Williams fine specimens Of fire 'iu'mitance e mon. ant resident physician at tin Eastern and C...,.,. 1,. ol M!,l,U.uluirn frnm eluv ' ev order i draftliould bo nnde byol loit. to avoid chanc 1. :..!. " Mnal"J d WiUl Ur boy8?'H i Nenapeiar not to copv thit wdvertitement Dr. uiiiMinmr at Lexington. ' lunatic. ABvluiu Crat l'aper. Rockcastle. It is believed to without the etprett order of Ilarprr.v Urotlier. c,re"n 1H tl,e Mler son of Kev. E. M. mined in IIAKI'KK .V IIKOTIIKKS. Addrcsi Didn't know you had to the Carter county clay. New York. Green, of the First Presbyterian, church. be superior town Times. Mrs. L. H. Adams anil children are Danville Advocate. For a newspaper man, Bro. Bell shows Garrard. A brother of Mi. Baron Hirscb is now the largest visiting in remarkable ignoranco of bis brethren of J. W. Sparks is here from Richmond. the quill. Craddock is too truthful to landholder in the world. He has bought Col. J. U. Fish Hiid wife, of Pineville, have said "our" boys, unless he had :,(X)1 square leagues of land in tho Arwero visiting the family of Mr. J. K. gentine Confederation, poyingSl.IWO.OOO. 1'0'8- ni this place during the week. Mr. He intends it as a home for the exiled Ilcadqunrtcrs Kor Harper' llaiar i a journal for the home. It W. L. Putnam, of Maine, and G. M. Owens, agent at 15irbouryille, was Kivei the latrt infiirmatior with regard lo the Hebrews of Russia. Its area is greater John tathiont, and it numerous illuitratn.n. I'arit de Dallas, of Pennsylvania, are the demothan that of West Virginia, or Montene- here List week. supplement ar indit'iikicntnmi pattern-thec- t s gro crats appointed to U. S. circuit anu ine pro While engaged at road working two to tn- - nome . or Palestine. Louisville Cou spared it...;i... ,.,..,il. of tins plait, liiHt Sftttirduv fiemlonal lnodiMe. No expenu-- Msheu order niakf by the president, who bad to dilm Mtracliv, tht 1art,tic ami tiiouiiiini nmukin vide up that much. Among the others William Debord aud Joseph Lamb, tvt o bright ttone, all tatte cometieii Ian page ttnd Its Hea-tin- g LANCASTER, GARRARD UOUNTY. it fa- iatifie in are Nathan Golf, of West Virgidia. and intoicti,i !.. .. titay a, i,udKet Df Wlt aIi humor, inutwee. mou young farmers, became i....i.. included wlui-- it of i.iter 'y James G. Wilhoite, of Shelby conn .i:n....,l.. ....! liiiiTun tbrowine hioihu uij W. H. Taft, of Ohio. The latter, who is lono,lc9J The it Serial for iv -- ill l.c nt- at present solicitor geneial, will preside iy, snot ami wounueu ins wile eacl. Other and then clinched anil tlraw-- I ten by Walter Iletant and Williain lllack i Mr. ' i 't lotitriiiuior 'm over the Kentucky district Frankfort because she refused to leturn ing their barlow knives i....... .......:.... i Ullliliani will Talks. "Day In and Day (Jut," inl are received tWO WOllllds ill intenlc-- lor matrons and Helen . antral, rterlh home and live with him. i uuii). vtll sneciiilly address girl. , ... , Tin: last legislature in or ler to do The Middlesboro News thinks a tho back, wtncii win nsuiy ptuvc i.iuu in "Women and Men,'' will please a ciillivatrd audience something to pleaso the resign of better times that suits without Lamb was slashed about the legs. Lamb duced the rate, over the protest of Gov. number have been tiled in the Bell court came to town for a doctor and surrenBuckner. The con. con. was not taken of common pleas. It is certainly a siim dered and gave bond for his appearance. BERBER'S PERIODICALS into consideration and that expense, in of better times for the lawyers, sheriffs Debord is in n critical condition. He l'KR YKAK: addition to the reduction of rate, will and clerks, but how about of having opened a the people? had accused Lamb Harper's tlaar ... 00 cause, says the auditor's report, u deficit It was fun for tho boys who knocked letter belonging to him. Harper's Magazine 400 l at tho end of the fiscal year the frogs into the water, but death of 4 to Harper' William Grillin, who killed Abo Harper's Weekly People to the a 00 Young W)?,. frogs. Gates at Hoone'a Gap, two weeks since, with the first Th The entertainment given at the was tried hero last week and acquitted. uumhervolume of theofllazir year. When no time Miiavaukkk is so uuxious for the honfir January each with (LATK ALKXANIIKR'S IlOTKI., it uppears that CnteH ismentioned, subscriptions ofwill Ix.'jjin order thn by Mrs. A. I). Reid's class in From the evidence or of having the Democratic National number current nt the tune receipt of elocution was well attended by an ap- was tho proprietor of a small grogery or lljund volum n of Harper's llaiar for three Convention held there that her citizens years back. In neat cloth binding will be sent by bavera:sed a guarantee fund of $100,000 preciative audience on Monday oven-in- g blind tiger at the above place and on mail po.tatfe paid or by rxprit free of expente lust. The entire programme was the night of tho killing ho and Griflin provided, the freight dors lint cxicud $1 per topayallthe expenses of tho convenfor 47 per volume. o'clock, Day. Cloth cases for each tolume, suitable tar bind$2.50 tion. Wisconsin deserves the distinc- well rendered and those who attended had gambled until about three ing will be sent by miil postpaid on receipt of Ji Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Cotirt-- I louse, having gone democratic at the were amply repaid in tho enjoyment af- when a row came up between them each. tion lor Remittances forded by the exercises of the evening. over a jackpot. Griflin sayB Catea made money order or shouldto be made by olpost office last election. aiuid chance lots. LOUISVILLE, KY. draft Mrs. Reid is to be congratulated on the a rush at him with a knife when ho Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement without the exprew ordernf HarDer ft Ilmthers. W. II. LOGAN. proficiency of her pupils and her succef s shot him. Catea waa found by The Virginia legislature HARPER A BROTHERS. Addrei. A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. New York. floor with a large j us u teacher. on tho Senator Daniel without opposition. tho Rued Coiikioss, -- It appears that h disgraceful nets of NWSY NOTES. wild-eye- d I f; , Thn trial of the colored persons who wero arrested for selling whisky in violation of law, resulted in the imposition of a number of tines upon various .imoug who ii wero John llnr-tts- , Leo Floyd, William Bland, Curloy Mullins and various others. Tim fines ranged from $'2t to Sol) lor each illegal sale. An appeal has been taken to thn circuit couit in some of the cases. Wednesday afternoon while Benton Ashley, the little telegraph messenger, was holding a horso at Dr. Hood's, on Richmond street, tho animal became frightened and dnsho up the street. When in front of Hon. ljiudrtun's re.M- deuce the buggy struck a trw, throwing young Ashley violently to the ground, which bruised him up pretty Imdly. lie whshWo to resume his work at the depot indi-viduali, FREE - tu e, dw and proceeded to take the place the court gave Hallow '25 and 'JO days for concealed weapons, 5--0 and 10 days drunk and disorderly ami has yet another case against hint for shooting at .Marshal Suodgnms with intent to kill. IiRuo got KO and 10 days for being drunk ami $15 for contempt of court in refusing to heipialitied as a u Uncus. The ball and chain will applj in both cases Y"fjTS WHIM ami liatie Mginan rtau an ex amining trial here Monday, eharjred with shoaling Nt George Hull' a short time since. They gnve bond to appear at It circuit court to ana veer the charge. appear tiim II ii fl'. wlio was closing out his ellects to go West, ha wild tho Nig- man lnV father some housuhold goods winch he received the pav for, except a kettle which Mr. S. refmed to take mi account of its being broken. It is alleged that HurT went to Mr. S's. house and at the point of a pistol collected the $!'.). On hearing it the boys bunted Hull and opened tiro upon him, killing the horse he has riding. Hull did not appear at the trial. Mrs. Ward was up from Livingston last week. Charley Vuuirsdrtll is at Hubbard Springs, Vn., for a few weeks to asshtt Mr. 1J. S. Clifford in railroad agency. Sam Ward, Jr., of Uviimston. is working nights at depot here dining his absence. Misj Luclle Jopllu ia visiting Richmond and Paris. Mr. J. W. Alcorn, of your place, was with us a few days sine". Mr. Champ Muliins, of i INVIT ATION la-- a: L jJiKJl TtiWQ l 1 fr ii C ifS O Ij "I. S 3 HOLIDAY GOODS. Liv-iitgato- n, Diamonds, Watches and Silverware. Books, Poems .and Bibles, Story and Picture Bocks Tpun JL Park-grill- u. a:k Ixniis-villi- Grift ic 'J-- . j four-hors- e frir-nd-a labor-savin- TOYS: r- '' 0tf. Ap-pleg- ... 8,-- it I llt-itl- j Harper's WeelUy. LnrcJAsuortxuuiit f tltc Host ItitcrcstinJ Games. Post-Mast- er on-t- a well-kuow- u court-hous- e OYERC0A TS, NKCKWEAR, W 1 nv-ttfi- r I'ki-'fkr- , , ni far - I I O W TTTT - I- post-offic- -' -- J. i JER'S - iiress bnipts, MOOT! CIZILIUEN'S - ... '". i H- j W.ZTtiV ne jrh. W1 'r ui d..c' l pot-tlc- , HEAVY FINE 9 - H o. any.-Lieo- rge- M'RQBSHTS & HXGGXKTS. Harper's Bazar. ILIiUSTBATED. r Mc-Cla- ry K, & W .H.WEAREN - judgo-Bhip- iner-cial- sauit-aliK- i Stoves, n-- j'cii 1 HU-llio- n, tax-paye- ra Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Stoveware, Stovepipe. w . 4 $iSl,-130.S- court-hous- e THE WIILILABD Rates Per Manager. THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. neijih-borade- ad Jf ir??W r9srS'',fN-rf-- Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknrl A link of lino lamps just received nt " MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ! A. A. Watren's. SrANKOitD, Maiit Smith Iihh given bail with V. 0. Ivy., Dkcemijeii 18, 1891 Holland, of Yosemite, ns hia bonds-maa a n. . o. WALTON, 13U. ivf n na pjor MEANS BUSINESS. nil . Tub Odd I'YIIowtt of this plnr-- will give a grand banquet for tho benefit of themselves nml a few visiting members, nt tho Golley House, Tuwiday evening, time at A. Hnoiiavisci beautifully U. Penny's. Who but Uro. Wtikely, of tho NewYoi'H account in now ready. Please port Journal, could have paid m inurli A. It. Penny. call and nettle. llAVKyour wntch, dock mill jewelry in mi few word: "The IVTHiuoit .Ioik-narepaired nt A. K. Penny'. All work Iim inmi enlaigeu. It couldn't bo warranted. Hujikhbkr tlirttnll silverware, 'rutche. improved." . ring, A. , bought Ht A. H. IVimy'H will H" K. l(o(Hin, of IJoyltt, wag hero Tiut-doI c tiigraed free of ulmrize. hituthij.' for bin wife, who had disappeared. He put C. C. PERSONAL POINTS. Mcltoitnitaon tho hunt and be succeedMi M k Hthmas wat in ed in tmcitiK hortoJnnrtiini City, where Tiiedny. to bo ho ot trail of her. Sho is Mim Jb.nnib Di'.stan. of I.aiicater, is demenUxl. t h must of Imr dter, Mr, it. U. War-K. rp II. Aithntkx. A rHKMkir meeti. Curroitii'd little ing of HoMi Iotlr No. Mit. am Mhh. lf. will be tiold daughter, I.illir, in very ill of pimuiiio-nhi- . at Odd follow Hall this, Friday even-hnpnrposo of Dfw. IMth, liWI, for tb .Iiii. Tkhmu'lia UvvrMAX, of Pen body, olreliui orlirers for tbti onfeninj.' vonr and K.UI8UH, arrived on ii viblt to mhUlvoB attouditn: to other busiiintM of importyesterday. ance. The priwnco of evry meinber ia Miss Asxr Shanks loft Wednesday earnestly dfpirod. Ity order of Dictator. for n several wlm.kh visit to frlenilfi In A. A. Warren. Little Kock, Ark. Wiiii.b Mth. Mildred IWzloy and fuin-illtK.ii.uu Ukntiiy was taken with a Tuowlay were at tho Opem I!on chill on rturiiitm from his mnth-- t night hnrgtiira elfected nil entrance into r burial and in now ijuiUt ill with Imr reniilenco on tho HiiHtonvillo pike phurny through n window. and notwitlistatuling Ha it. Tom Ki.kin iwirtil tlirougli Tut 'n route to Minsirwlpin, wher his they might have takun her eilvorwiue vufe ii KMiiltnu tho winter with her and ottior valuableH, all that is miod is 25 pounda of Hour, noiiis beaiw and a few mother Mrs. Ivstill. Mr. T. W. (JKmi Ml while eotnlrg rold bUcuits. There is no clew to iho hungry mscalf. diiwn tho ct'M from ills orflce nt and tuck ti MHir eraser, whloh lie A .vxw day auo 50 poumbi of butter held, through the llrtliy part of his leU which.!. K Caraon waHahiptdng to th hand city wna stolen nt Crab Ore'ianl. Mari Maim. nr Lkwih linn eloaed her shal John NlHnd, who ia aa good a Hrhool at lMickvy, which avtirHBMl an m erar Iinkerton had, was put altetiihtni-i- ' nf 10. Th Mtron were m on the nBt and Tnawlay niht fiiiecewl-O- 'l well plwieed with bur thatt sh mm in fluditiK lha riwtoili ami coma of for tlio next riou. the butter nt Orhin. Two brakeinen ami Mim are the thieves and they buv flo far i uti T. M. Pmcmniitos Fnxiu lVimlntton loft for MitMlmrtxtro alndtMl arreat. Wednesday. 1h young iwopl will W. U. and Thk McKinoey IlrtV-igrwlly miMt Mi Koxle, who m hhIrII of Frank, who am well postod in the bui hf m hlt i prtty and iopulr. Mk. ajw Max. A. 1). IUiu Hill Ljwvti nw, will open up in tho unit weoh or MouUar for whr Mra. Ilhl Iao a flratcbwa nro4iry and provlalon . Wo atom in tho Millar room, next to the a cliia in will a moti competent poal olhc. The tntrmry bnsinij wpwm commend her tencher of both that and tthyaiiid Cu- to be foil already, but all who go In aplture. pear to do well au-- we hope and lw Mere ihe Mc Kinney HrA will do likei. y y iiiih-ttioual- lawyer. In lllount county, Ala., live brothers and for married live sisters mid tho mother of tin; girls married the fatl er of her daughcuroB Colic, Cotutlpallon, "Ckatorla Is so well adapted to child rentliat ters' husbands. botir Stomal li, DLtrrhnia Kr.i 'tu'ioTi, I recommend lta superior toany prescription KiI.h V? iinos, givisi and ptomotca dlJoseph Field, tw Ico a widower and II. A AnciiER, 51. D., know n to me " rehtinn. WILUout lajurtnus medication. Miss the father of live children, and Ill So. Oxford St., LrooUjn, N. Y. Nancy Nonle, of the Turiiersvillu secTub Ckstacu CoariNV, 77 5Iurray Street, Jf. Y. tion, were married Wednesday. The 'iiZ&ZZSBEia E20ffiKT72SH3EJ2E?3ZE2!Ga happy couple left immediately for u bridal tour to Oarrard county. Wo are In receipt of an invitation to mi:- marriage of Mies Annie C. HiggiiiH the Lincoln fa, .keeiaiion to Mr. Henry I... Wallace, which is to occur at the Freshytorian church, Faint OF STAXFOKI), KV , blok Dec. 22, at 10.H0 a. m. Tho pros"IIKLLO! IIKLLO!" Truc pective bride is a splendid looking rep (Jffi:.'in Tattncr I'.itik K 69 j. Co, will on Jan. I.t, of her sex ami is n bright resentative Where can 1 find the Largest Assortment of Holiday Goods? Issue Another Series of Stock. am) attractive as she te handsome. Tho marriage of Mr. Clarence V. Any on MalciA a afo invtnlinenl woul.l il to investigate. StuckytoMiss Iva Murphy came oh" well 'rOy ptimiu 1 crnii. Ha mnrfc marc Monthan S pr . tin. Minor;riijii. Knablea mn promptly at 7 o'clock nt Rowland, ofllm.ld Hirana to lUKiire a homu, Mony Iclaun Hell Gibson on goo.1 real iai. day evening. Uev. John S Jl S1ANK.S, it J. DARST, performed tho ceremony and two hearts J. S. MUl.HFS. II. C. fAKKIK. "ItKW)! GX&OCERY" W A TlilHKI.K. N.MHVHFEK. bound together that began to love were J II. IIAUUH.MA.V, JOS. 5IIVKKANCK nt first sight. The bride is n petite It is worth a 10 miles' ride to sec his stocl;. He has a J. V. I'KVT blonde, with many nceomplishnieiits, JOS. RF.VKRAN'r-KI'tcuMnit; TAPA3iT33Sa!5 XaTiNE J H. ll.VUl.liMAN and the groom is a good business man V. M. IC!M(.HT,Tn.irer. will, Wt believe, appreciate and one who Never seen in Stanford before. CONIM1ION OF THK the treasure he lias won. Judge Jihn H. Dennis, of tho Say-or- s FARMERS BANK ft TRUST CO. Scovill CrtTingo Company, CincinnaAT STANPOIID, ti, was united in marriage to Mrs. Mary At th clea eT baaliiM a, iSut C. II inkle, in Louisville, a few days ago. iiasoGWcns. was for a long tinio ii resiJudse Dennis Of Christmas Toys were exhausted before readiing our store, but isu ............. dent of this place, where he has many Oturdraft we arc headquarters for . d.tli 67 friends, who will be glad to hear of his Una from .. llaalu......... good fortune. The Commercial suys Hank IIwk, fianuittra4 Acta. ts. BtSi 7.310 00 pair Crrnt rvpaatm mt4 w4M that after tho wedding the happy A Select line of Ladies' and Gentlemen's fine Custom - Made Shoes, M.459 4 left for Nashville and will spend the Men's, Boys' and Youth's Suits and Overcoats. honeymoon in a leieurely jnnnt thiough ,3S6,, " uxniLvrtm. Tennoeeee, North Carolina, Georgia and Caniul aeick Nice Hue of Young Men's Stiff Hats, a nice line of Ladies' Jackets, , aoo,oK oa Alabama, returning to IxHiisville to take Siirflna Fae1... which we propose closing out in the next 20 days regardless of 7leoo o ., up a pennaueut mImhIo. Uriin4t4 neoSi..... --.... price. A beautiful line of cheap Rockers nothing nicer for a 713 31 ..... itl.faa 79 Col. David F. Iiognn nnd Mim fc-o- Individual depuait Christmas present. line M........ .. 4,oa8 6y A" Groceries we defy competition. Arbuckle's Coffee 20c package; phieHright were united in inairiage atj Groaa ihM .... n Danville. Wcdnehdav night, by Hv. it. Granulated Sugar 20 lbs. for $1; C Sugar 20 lbs. for $1; N. O. Su-2- 2 $3S.ja3 M.Greeu. The stiondaiits wore Mifes I, John R. Owaky, eadtiar of lb aboved namd lbs. for $l. Highest market price for country produce. Lebanon; Canie Mank, do kolemaly awcar ikat tbc above tatmvat Ktnilv Tliomaa, of W. Jg. PERKZNS, Knight, of Nicholasville; sue McDowull Lt 'me to the .n of my knowledge uad belief. JOHN B OWSI.KV, Ca.hler. and JenmV iirighl, of Danville; Metwrs. by J M. (Jarly, this Uec. Swir.it o'ore It. W. I'tatUnd, James A. Ieu, S. 11. A'. XI. BklC.H I', N P. I.. C. U, iUmi Cheek, W. D. Moore, James Hpilliuun. 2Cn u; The ushers were Dr. J. II. U teller and CITY AMD VKJIM1TY. RWPOKT OP THJE CONDITION wise. A. G. Wmtley. A reception was hold Fcror mother, M. K. Ivllclii Wa.ntku, 600 TurkavK. residence of the IV". fcl IHk at Nome of tho goods we ofl'er at at theSellie Bright, after bride' ceremony. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK PSL the t'o. tho New Store: Checked glees towels Mrs. C SHRETfrR ' AT bTAXFORD, Col. Irmii and his lovely brido will zf?k n SS S Vinit QeU 5 cent I of evry description 10 eents per imin ood buck do. i at Oooiia the kiatc o4" Kentucky, at the claae of buuncH, per pair. ood bordiml du. 35 cenw per plenee accept the Istkhiok Jouknal's nt A. A. Warritt'B. Dec. a, iJfi. as $ 50 jver congratulations and best wiflhes for a jaiir; toweld running as hiuh Caniiv 10c per jkhiiiU, Pluridn Oran-Ue- ti pair. Table elotha ami uapkin to match long life of happiness. RhSOtJKClui. Iiant and dkcouaU .... $3P07S M iV pel do' ll at W. 11. llrady'a. from $1.5 to il.'iO. In dreM gnodi Ov i iiii, occaroa) and unaecured CHURCH AFFAIRS. a.jij 7 - o Hentttiful IleiUonl conis 10 eente er U. S. IloxU to eure Clreuiallun W. H. Uiiaiiy luinii atk'k of oai. co.ooo 00 10 The Mn) field Cumberland 1'icsby Sleek i, tccnritiot, flaiwa, etc io375 97 exhibition nt lifri Mom that wululi ."' lyird. A nice lino of tlaiielettes at apprevwd nwerve anvnts flue 4,713 7) or,fl ior yaril. A splendid lino of drwa terian revival resulted in lf0 conver- Due from other .N'artonal Hank tKiiiuda. Irora i,i$o 65 I go la, all new and jut recoivetl, run sion . Hanker Tin: Midnight Alarm lb tho nextahow ning from 10 cents to JI..V) per yard. A ii9 Sj meeting Dne from Stale Hunk andami w ill be a protiacted There l!,inklng-hofurmtMre fixtuiu.. 9.15a 00 liookwl. it will appoor nt WaltonV Opnice line of hniidkerchlefa at any price at the Christian church in Junction City Oilier real cMatH and maitKagra ewncd 10,411 Si era House Dec. 2H. Current expenact aad tnxea ld ........ .75.1 04 you want An elegant brown cotton at embracing Christum nnd Now Year. 1,998 66 The Itev. . T. S i eney, recently re- Check and Mkereaah Uams Fielda Seller, colototl, 6 cent. Groat Falls "M" brown cotton Thk littlo Hin of llillt n(otbr IkMka. A betsigned Consul Goner 'o Turkey, has KractMinal paper tttrrettoy, HtckeU aad 1,700 00 who wfH ho badly burned miiMO 10 days at 7 cents, the hest cotton made. ter cotton than Trion "A A A"at(5 cents. accepted the pastorate of the Christia'ii 11 84 i.mts Ho, died WednemlHy. UKALER IX- Spvie 5 '4 75 Chariot tavillc kerneys at fill centa. I rou Tabernacle, Columbu", hid. ...M tendtr He ... j.jjo no of tho atone toilet Wim.iam I5ii.i, a youin: man Uev. J. J. Spencer, of Richmond, h'K 10 pieces, at ?30. And Ucdemption fund with U. S. TrrKsumr Hiktblaud rtecliou. was thrown (rem his onshoi'8 you will do wtll to oomo and Va., lies been called to the pastorate of r lent, of clrcu atitw 3 a,tjo 00 TuoHdny, and had hiri richt Ick nee us. Wo know wo win do you good. the Christian church in this city. His waon, Total ,....4I3.7' broken. No old stock in the Iiouko. All new and engagement will begin tho first Sunday MA1IIMTIK& AND DONE. .1. S. Hmshen. January. Winchester News. in Capital mock .... $109,00000 Camiikm of nil kindi!, Toy, Orange.", desirable. Dr. lliddick was pntor nt Birming- Surplus fund. 17,50a 00 5yAl work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. LemoiiH, Nut, CocoanutH, Cranberries, Toaaythat ham, Ala., before becoming pastornf tho t'nuUidcd protlls A Goon Kn'tkutainmkst. f,?44 09 1'icklen, Oyaterd and Crackers at A. A. Njtiun.il lkink .Vote eutktandlii.... 45,oou 00 Mrs. A. I), lleid's class in elocution Hroadway Methodist church, Louisville. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. Wnrren'e. Dividend more than iiil'.lllcd expectations is to During his four years' pastorate at Hir- - Iiu'ivnlual Stock Iteduction.... lcMlt ubjict to check 103,150 86 Mils. Kkid's cIhks goes to Giwhen to-- : compliment it very highly, for much was niinghatn ho received SOO members and Demand Ceitifiicatcs of Deposit ... night at expected, of it. Tho programme had aL night, tho 18th, and I I Diie to other Xjtlotial Hanks .... I I ! .! 2 ito 83 built .1 $1,000,000 church. Due ia State lljnkt and bankers McCorniick's will end tho series of en- - )(.,.n nrrsnged to prevent monotony Rnv. G L. Linden, a minister of the mid was well inteispersi-tertniuuicnts. with music, Christian chilli . ha" absconded from Xotetand bills ltcditcouuted. I nl y recitations, taiueaux and other interest- -, Juj.7 a Don't buy until you se A. A. War- jingpartN A chorus by tho very large Nashville, after forgur' eVoks to the si ATK OK KKX IUCKY, j a.. diaCounty ef Lincoln, Rinount of $000 and pawning three stock, which i miido up of many largo ren's class opened tho entertainment. mond rints obtained from a jeweler on F..I ...! in PI. In. I it. i.tf til l'tiiv I. John J. McltiiWu, cahier of alnive n u lln llll ttll'l Ul IIUIirii.ni iilurfta ... . The young ladies who recited ... pretense of allowing a young lady to IS.ink, du walenmly vur lh.it that the above tt ". ares. U ass and Japanese INTERIOR JOURNAL CNE YEAR FOR and fresh laurels to their brows were whom lie clnimed to be engaged to make meat i true tiithr be( Jofiuv know wlueCa.hi JOIIX .MrfcOlll.R'lS sold to John M. Hnil tho1 Misses Anne Green, Oplielia Ijickey, a selection. K. 1. Owhi.kv Subscribed jnd orn to before me litis itili u.. V M. IIKK.lir, X. P. 1.. C All charges prepaid. Xot a reprint, but a New Edition. m He. ,1841 Trust Co. ' I.izzio Menefee, Jennio warren, CUra 2.r)sliaies of Farmers liank W. F. Grimslev, who lives near Correct ntteat' V IIadkn, stock, advertised in this paper, ut $120, Lackey, Mattie Vandevoer, liisie Uurch Nashville, suspected Fast or Abernathy ) j. S. HiHkrx, Director. and Annie Shanks. Ivtich did so well of being too thick with his wife. So lie reserving the 1st of January dividend. V U. V. j hi that wo haven't tho heart to sav who, in secreted himself when ho called nnd l.oris II IUmsitv & Co., will begin the our jniii.meI1t( lH ,.tUL.d to first honor, UEPORT OP THE CONDITION just as the amorous inin'utor hnd kissed publication of a newspaper at Lexiug- -j Mi(W..H vrren nnd Burch's were of tho fired n load nnd withdrawn his face, he ton.Jnn. 10, to bo called tho Uoomer. It humoroiiH onlr nml created tumultous of bird shot into it, horribly disfiguring THE NATIONAL BAN' OF HUST0HV1LLE is principally for advertising purposes, ni),llUH( especially tho latter, who gavo In the Statu of Kentucky, at the c!uc of Unins it and putting out both eyes. Dec. , 1801. but will contain many comic nnd amus- - Aunt Melis-y- 's idea of boys. MUs Mary Father McGlynn, the deposed priest, ing features. KUSOUKCia. Dudderai's vocal solo was beautifully lias again been prophesying future Ce i I.o.u ..ml di.oe.miU T.iKCouThJourn.dis pleaM-- to pay rendered and tluHiimrtette composed of events in the religious world ns follows-"- Uirdr..ft, curid andiinseciirod... .. 1675 jj 1,540 Misses llesMe Keid, Annie Straub and llomU to sucure circulation u,co w predict that in another generation the correspondents of tho I s r,uuou nnd Allwl Njveranwi also merited the bitterest enemies of tho Catholic Due from approved roaerve aijetitt 1054 to are Jouiinai. the complement that they Ii7j' 3ti PI'lwo they receive.l. Misses church will bo the children nnd grand- Due from uthtvr Xuttonal Hanks any country paper in among the heat of lliuikins.houte, furniture and lUture 50a ' " children who nro thronging the church Cunent expense and 'e ""'K'"""" tho State, Woaio proud of nioU of 1,983 '3 tio paid very pleasingly, a beautiful he-This was spoken to a vast audihe nnniilnr if thev ," them and ! Z 96 Maps printed in Colors, showing every country in the world, with girls in delsarto inovement, ence "of Irish Catholics, who crowded U.r Th would be more regular in their contribu of young Cooper I'nion nnd cheered the speakei. 1,170 00 ol oilier Hanks a Map for every State in the Union. Bound in heavy Jute Manila kept perfect time to the music of Ihibiu tiona. Irjition.il pupor currency, uickeU and Adair, rendered by Misses Keid, and tho AND TRADE ITEMS. Paper. The compilers have taken the latest edition of the English FARM to 00 rnt A nisi'ATiii from Soineiset says the various positions and attitudes assumed .. 9.707 6; Encyclopaedia and thoroughly revised every article in it. While lieiul Scic tender notes excitement over the recent oil find in were quite lemarkable. Tho working Tone lliiiin bought in Casey 1,500 00 l.tal adjoinitiir county of Wayne is still song, led by Little Misses Carpenter, of pliiR hoisea at J45 to $1)0. U S. Tnvmircr the nothing of importance has been rut out, hundreds of articles of K.sltiuptiim fund uith 561 50 5 percent, of circulation.. intense nnd the citizens of Somerset Mershon ami Mt Clary, in which a score ChhIi boUI to JaineH Martin, of W. A. great value have been added which are not contained in the Eng'1 otaU btnrteira subscription list, head.'d by tho of boys nnd girls appeared in as many Miuiiunn, :1 mule colta for $'2o0. $14 398 07 lish edition, including n I.IAlllI.ITIKS. business men and an effort will bo made occupations, such as wood sawyers, A. T. Nunnellev bought of T. A. $50,000 00 for tho purpose of build' washer women, Ac, was quite a feature, ' Cipital tock p.lid in to raise 30,000 : nine heail of butcher cattle at -- SurpHia fund : TSaOTCTSAETD 15,000 01) ing nn oil pipo line from the wells to while Joo Severance's stump speech ceut8. Undivided profit 4.390 35 It is not a reprint or a photothat place, a distnnro of 20 miles. W. I. ilerriii sold to HiiRhes, of Xation.il Hank nutesoutttandin brought down tho house, which would 10,73000 Of noted people living and dead. Kt.ioo 84 cattle at Individual depoit tubject tu check head of fat satisfied till the young gentleman Doyle, graphic reproduction, but an entirely new edition, printed from On account of u niiBrnderetanding not be Due toother National Iianks 1,741 40 &" Revised up to 1S91. 155a 3 Due to State llankt and I!anker gentleman from whom Mr. A. hnd responded to nu encore. The speech 2J cents. new type on heavy paper. 109 with tho Ii. U. it K. P. Woods Bold to a Marileased tho Cumberland Hotel at was very funny aud delivered with as Tribble 4164, 8 07 Total This remarkable offer is to old as well as new subscribers, provided minstrel on county party 21 head of yearling STATE Ol KKMUCKY, Middlesboro, he will ttive up that hotel much eHect ns a County of Lincoln, arrearages and a year in advance is'paid. Subscribers who have A closing Bong by tho class and mules at 5100. about Jan. 1st and return to Junction might. I, J W. Mocker, Cashier of the above earned S. II. Baiighnian had a fine audience chnrgo of tho Tribblo thou the large and car that ilic above tiatcmeut Hank do solemnly k already paid can get full advantage of this offer. City uud resume and colt by liup. London to die of pink- i true to the best of my knowledgeme belief. place. Capt. Kicharde, dispersed. Mrs. Reid is to bo congratuthi 15th dar House at tbut Subtrribed and iv.orn to success of her en- eye, Tuesday night. G. K I'KACOCK, X. P. L C. ' of Dec. 1801. the present manager, is undecided at lated on the complete worthy aud comattest. grain Correct Gray 'a hemp and Jouea is n most KtlWARD Aliokn, present whnt he will eugnge in, but will terprise. She aa .lilt l.Ir frtlrttllln petent lady and deserves the success she warehouse, at Winchester, waa burned. ) Director. 1..I tiohiNSON, i itKeiy return wuu um vety J. W. row ill Loss SCTi.COO; insurance $53,000. I Is accomplishing. place. nrtlstirally Dec. Ciiarliu Fate, a brnkeman, nnd MIbh Sarah Miller woro married at Itowland yesterday by Uev. M. N. Early. Mrs. Wicker, of Somerset, in lookint; for her hiuband, who has gone oil with Mitta l.illie Myere, of Louisville. -- Mihs Mbbio May, daughter of llov. W 1'. Harvey, wna married in Lotiiavillo Tuesday to Mr. W. O. Hell, a young Tho Winchester Democrat sales of 72 bogs at 3.15 to 3J; reports 3-- 5- 1,075 Ilnr-rodfllni- rg pound cattle at A J and some oxen at 4. Heat cattle are steady in Cincinnati nt 4 to 5; select heavy hogs nro fairly native nt IJ.GOto :i 70; sheep very dull nt 21 to 4 The Georgetown Times reports sail s of live cattle that weighed 1,01)0 pounds, nt 4 i and a of hogs, of I'li-- lbs. weight at "j. M F Kikiu it Ci, bought of CIns. Scott a lot of extra fat cows at 2 10 and received of Win. JJcck a bunch of hogs bought several weeks ago nt V,v. Funk A: Anderaoii bought of J. C. Oahhwll I .'ni') mrr.'U if iru, Vi h delivered next AiirfiiHt. et $2 50. J. W. Hitrlsn ilfliveifii Narorlay to .fet of Medium. ;x lieed of nice feed i tiur ci.lt !, 1,'.'2."j pound nver-ir-for which he Iku. 4c. -- Advocate. car-load - i Infants Children. Km-br- y, , r M&jE kirn 1 1 1 He lo, Saota O Ba ;, Go to A. A. WARREN'S OF y se-w- re I , c'y: WABES . Hu-Im- .d Ie SANTA CLAUS1 em SUPPLY Mi-x- . MK. sriSW, hpsiss, m mssssm on-gae- wl ., rk .t 11 elm-ntiow- Crab Orchard. I Go to J. B. FOSTER -- lii i di yj Oran Lentous, Fis, Kaisins, i '- , .. ! c, Oanned Goods of All Kinds and Everything yoiiNesd ia the Grocery or Hardware line. ' ROBT. FENZEL -- m WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY. REPAIRING NEATLY PROMPTLY m ; j I it... j .... l T '. j lilt I "" '- lit-f- . $7.50. t .1 ; j The't Most Complete Reference Library in the World. I Is j l"t """"""""" 1 Twenty Large Octavo Volumes, 7,000 Pages, 14,000 Columns and 8,000,000 Words. y c";,. 11.11 3ZZ , Kl-ki- FOira, BIOCHAPHIKS 1 first-clas- s well-please- d a i.j 4 111 ArfAo, THE LOUISVILLE STORE great J AY SUE Commences this week. All goods sold regardless of Value. WE MUST SELL Our Immen s DRY GOODS. Calicoes o.'nll brand.-- .h Cotton bleached or unbleached Ac ' took .......... ! And LOW Prices will do it. Greatest opportunity to buy Christmas Goods at Sacrificing Prices. Don't miss this chance. Read the following prices, which will prevail until after Christmas. Men's Kentucky Hats $1.50. Men's a wool jeans pants HOLIDAY GOODS. Fancy dross goods V2K cents Ladies' line kid shoes 00c. Our celebrated Johnson shoo! Men's boots, equal to any !)0c. worth 2fc. Dolls, AVarons. Trumpets. . $2-rHenriettas, black and color,51.00 boots in this town, jien s cassunere pants, 20! Wheel narrows, I Minis. i r. Children's shoes, f to 11 IV.IUMS, (tpic 1. JIM'S, for $ 1.25. dill'erent styles, $1.25. S().(.'i. ed 20c. Toilet Sets, lVrlmnes, I , 15c. Children's suits $1.25. Ladies' cloth, ."'. inch, oOc. and an immense blisses shoes, J 2 to 2, all solHoys' suits $2. line of Gents Mulllers and SHOES. Boys' jeans pants 50c. id, 90c. Men's suits 2.50. Xeckwear at, prices which Men's fine shoes $1. Men's jeans pants G5e. Ladies' Shoes, 7f)C a pair. Men's all wool suits $7.50. will astonish von. - .. . 1 land-kerchie- fs, Checked cotton Uc. Canton llannel fc and up. Gingham Ac. I jj-.uriir- ju. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, Overcoats, Ladies' and Children's Cloaks and Underwear sold Regardless of Prices and Value early and avoid the rush. Main St., Stanford. I Come Manes ' A. URBANSKY, Pro'r, Gabriel, Managers. did not chance his linen on the entire journey. It reports them as being a eeurvcy and uneducated set, and laDealers In- ments the decay of journalism in a State that once had the most influential pa-pers in the couutry. It should lie home I VM HT MOM Y Wil.J. ?M in mind, however, that as n rule only the poorest representatives of the prers attend its urwocintions and travel on Ide.ul-heaexcursions. The best ek- ment can't up re the time for such trip, and if they can, they prefer to pay their assortment of carefully selected own expenses rither than accompany a nt nil! all times a lar-- c Keep on hand at llHMlT It irvnlls li, lll.lt Mill- - ln t 1 ti lli iii! w Iv li Ikcrew ot poor writers, nut, the ...wi r hi j luIih.iiii? newspapers of Virginia hnvo decayed woefully. "What," tsys Pope, "must' he a priest when the monkey is a cod ?" What muht he the tail of the Virginia press when the Iiiehmond Dispatch is NOTIONS, S1IOKS, HATH ? tin. Iiniiil'' l.niiMvilln I '."ist And.PATKXT M EDICIXKS of all kiads. Also carry a nice stock of nd 117 It; tlwalf ym sr not Mrs. Cubbase "The new' minister' Cn ictuin to your rt low I il n.. u,Se nv price, hmu I prefer row li..utd Humid m the Mull. would call this evening." said he yon nan netter unst-uuouane inen the Bible and turn down a few ooriiaiH of tbe leaves." J ude. j .mnr .t. .....!. I II1U11KIU .V t. iWlftUKH. aiie I'' And Mil bill liMt Iikt llir rlrh, the pHr, the Ktent. the troti ' Or wrrk lb wim. hii.I fn..li.h Mont nill iHI. I am de- married the best mar. in town, but I mid 7 , I made a mistake." He "I thought I1 murried the best irl in town and I find ,, -i s , 1 i T -- -'--' a. --JTw.Ti. "" Hie that I was not mistaken. tot "give me, Charlie. You know that I do If alt) n t it I" Ihimiic fair desliiitr and bw li .1 ;t .. i..m.. t, Hi F.irri .nut llnt.lln'., in U (!. m t not alwavs mean what I say." He (soto t't'li'i lb ii i inn! - iff do I." Ilrooklyn Life. voce) CROW & CO. M6EINOT3Y, CJThe Bis Stono.I'Oht roasts the Virnin- in editors who composed the excursion party. They went na far as Texas ami ihe 1'ost Rays it known of ono man who -- COME TO- - The S ew Cash Store 1 DRUGS & M EDICINES Kit. d H A S ii- ritl-ra- it flii Always Told tt'.-ll-l - & 30 3ETLJ"C3r.SS DRY GOODS, FURNISNING GOODS, BOOTS, and plc-m-d- j . FmOY GROCERIES. : i I WILL POSITIVELY KEEP NO BOOKS, -- - T COMMERCIAL . HOTEL, I "3T rTT 11 n a n- '- - McKINNEY, KY., fle .? .- -- . XDE u.in v . . f tt J-- F. CBO"W, Accommodations Htifsband (kindly) My dear, yon have ZFIR-OIF- - milling decent to wear, have yon? Wife (with alacrity) Xo, indeed I h.iven't not a thiriK. I'd be ashamed; to be seen anywhere. My evuninj: drut-h.is been worn three times already. Htislmnd Yet; thnt'd jtifit what I told l.ilkiiiH when he oll'ered me two ticketH to the theatre to nijht. I knew if I tcok them they'd only be wasted. 80 I iuHtimt one. Yon wou't mind if I bur- ry oil'.' London Thouuhtts. s ' , j Kates very Reasonable and Strictly i'h!A;vc Stationary, Semi-Portable Kirst-Clas- AND :m: iym and Portable. All c I STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. sizo3 up to 2C-hors- Secretary l'oflter wants SI Mi,WH,.V)0 for I'ntqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and UM pensioners and 1'eM'er hHb intr;Hlnced Durability. Wi.it: f 1'nw llluMratcd HampirU ami your wanti to a bill in the senate to grant service bIoiih, with Hilditional miiontitH to all TIZK .JA3JKS & CO., who were, Ml any time, jirUonerH of war M- W N()aC 'l T '.IM'ivi.'Mix The head of the rtvnrntte family of flo )BraoiiH now pnyn an annual tux of Taking the Churcii iih a whole it is a ftO for thu support of the petition HhI and great and good uiHtitittioii, but every tic rate is growing dv and nilit year now and then there crops out a in and yer out. Louisville Tunes. uiMannerM in it, which caimh-And man' other good onev Read pedigrees in this paper in his Deticon Ironside (at the fat stock tile cheeks of even worldlings to mantle Spring Announcement. want to net with iiidigiintiou and shame. Such an show) Don't stop me! iwently occurred at Mexico, outo thin. Doorkeeper Don 1 bo in a man. You're obstructing the Mo , wluMi the ministers of that plac hurry, old crowd that's trying to jjet in. What's in the iiHrrowuess of Hit ir minds, ami tho matter? Deacon Ironside (struji-ulint- ; bitterness of their souU, took concerted iMen's.Voiith's and Ilny's Overtoats, Men's Suit from .S.j 50 up . . nillllMI ' Til IIIICIIII I llll llll HUM ll.l Illll, lllkl a. violently to unt out! -- Them : , oy's Knee l'ants Suits from i.25 up . A nice line of Lady's Fack- in the rim: is waltzing. Chicago Tribwhich we propose closing out in the next 30 days having reduced Couleclcrae for the bunetH oi une. fuderatft.; this, too, in the lnc of the the prices 5 percent, from former in ice. a r,,mni,..,. ,.. To seek to repeal the McKinley hill lacltliaiine tioou hook places cnnrity nr n,l,.' r.... !.:.. entire, with a republican Senate and lit Ihi bead of all the virtueH. l.ouisReceiving Hi3 Is Men's, Youth's and Hoy's Hoots and Shoes from the cheapest to villcs Times, president, seems too much like butting the hiirhest inaues of Alter & Korwood's custom work one's head against a stone wall simply to Uiimk KokTiikHouim. ThBtMe1.11 fu inc of Dr(.ss Goods, Notions, and Underwear. show that he detests tho obstacle. To (Jieecent Koutu will sell holiday ex-- , wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines, No. o, 25 per cent, cheap- knock out stones in the weakest places, curaion tickets to all po.nts 0.1 their hue c,. t,,an lrnV(.iin saCsmen. call. with ft view to broaching the wall, would and to points in uino, inuanaftiiu .Mien- Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Gie Goods 1..1 ol .salt just received. Highest price p tic i . or Country pro-maL.ir seem to be better tactics. X. Y. World. and authorized points north of ihe .i,,.,,,,,,! , r: . of a Ohm river. Also to points east of the linn, iiuu v,ross 1 les. Young Crimsonbe.ik What kind mattress is that I sleep on? river and south of the Ohio Hoarding-housMistress It was pur- and Potomac rivers. Tickets will be on " CUT' chased for hair matress and a good one sale Dec. 20th to 'J.'ith, inclusive, und to Jan. 1st, IS'.IL', inclusive. Dec. too. JAY-EYE-SEEWIk Good for return till Jan. ."th, lsiii Well, it must be gettm further information write to or call on l.ttbULUrM Yonkers Statesman. Mlt..f. I. ('ASK. flllrknrv Ornvn t.Sirtn. home a K'.nta of the ueen it Crescent IJotite. Of Itncliie, WIn.,mi)n: ".VfliTtryliiB every known rpiiieily, I removed law Umirli -Snrftton Aaaociutlon. IIoiiiiav Uatko. Konnd Tri excurof two years Htiuntlnj;, (rom u .1 yinrolU tUJy, : Wlic.itley, Sec'y l die Suratosa Mr Charlc with llirt'oiipiillcatloiiHOI ' Trom tin- rxpori-nc- sion tickets, local and through, will be ; UacniL' Anucuiion, writeOintinent. I 01 many year1 ue of Oman lor themre ol liloid sold between all stations on the Kenunhrnlaliiiijly reomineod it " xpavinii, winilpufft nmt other wft eiilurgeinent. tucky Central and Louisville A; Nash ' I IliiMlUMuMS or lirnrd UUtliohentpreparatlon I linvorverti villo Railroad, at l fares, Dec. --'0 to Cheese, of. I icartlly rccommeiiil It to all II orhciiicii. ' Mllos' Nervo and Livers Pill (iood re liver, Acton a lie principle rcRulalmit the Anew and D to Jan. 1st inclusive, HV have hunUrrds 0 such testimonial. flloM tiMac)i and IrawrU through the tunes A. Particular atten PilU speedily cure liliouj. turning until Jan. ducovery. Ilr Mile' rrlce.81.50p('rboiilp. Auk your driiKRl-- t for It. If he neat l.l taste, torpid In er, piles, tonsiipation. tion is called to the fact that excursion not kirplt, trial liar Unenualed for Lamps ' Glass- - and Qucensware, Tin- - and JWoodenware, Fruit Jars, iniMtst, siireit men, women, children . Srrnllest, tickets can b purchased to any station tviatUbfl pkuakk "doeHw. It. KII)Y ui 2rc. atamm or IIt. for S. V. , Sample as cent-Ofty doc & CO., Whitehall, on the L. it N. syBtem on above dates. . Jelly Glasses, &c. A. K. fenny'. at iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiihiiiiiiiii Lincoln Stock Farm. I ' power. J. P. CROW, Prop. jn-n-- ! I.KKFEI, SI-.- .ir -1 bittei-nesfeHi- id s I w a B9 IN 1 j FI!MI(MH9 Grab Orchard. Ky. SBNERAL MERCHANDISE. 1 H.6.RUPLEY,- DEALER ho-s- es ,; 1111 - ex-Co- fi i;,. ci.. Fall and Winter Goods tc 1 n -- Go to A. A. WARREN'8 "MODELIGROCERY" " e IHM-T.- 1 11 bald-heaile- .s7 For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, 11 - e Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Picltles, Preserves and Jams; - J, -'- lJ QUINN'S OINTMENT. ' lL J, I J pt IILUU GRASS THOUGHTS. dimh DILL NVE'S TOUCHING LITTLE POCM Those ABOUT THE HORRSE. HOSS HOCE. Th li Wlm CiHirlril IIphIIi Ii.t Ktitrt-lii Kri'lu) liintlluln Two l.lttlu Ulrli Uhu Ulih-Hg- I.e.it llirlr Miiiiiiiim. I December. ' This country Is im hut d to beat a n refractory curjK't. From mi agricultural point of view it has fuw equals ami no nuperiurtt. On every luiriil values aro lulvamtiiK in every direction. Advancing in every direction is ono of the mo-- t difilcult jobs I know of. I used to attempt it iiiycelf, but now 1 do not uko liquor hi any form. lCop)rlKlil. ML 1V K'iKnr W. Njo.J IN TJIB 13LUK UltASS CotOTItY, Far away in whichever way the enraptured eye may turn it bees extended vtMtJW annum the Mutely treua, cnrjieted with boautiful blue grafts and Mudded with IlfltflllllK 8tedn. 1 1!-?:.'. feu ,1 r';-rr--v- fcXi- -i I :& 'n at B' in I I Ai HTM I J T 4wfi CIIOWM.I WITH LAl'IlEtA. The lime iluM from the magnificent roads fullfl upon the Miiuulatnl roots of the eternal lawn and ferttliww tliem the $vnr round till th rich carpet crowds the white toll nud and clurk the trunks of the trees alimwt, m one may way. Where will ou ?t wich wonderful i Mender legged, grnce-fiHhorthurno, and high bluodf! Itoixw, hiicIi men, Mich jMiwerful imlivu wines, made from the rhiatering wirn? Where will j on ie Mich thnft among the thrifty and Mich a lack of it iiiikhik tlw '.her eople? ISHin, after wiping oil her chin thoughtfully, unsworn, "Nowhere," tlmt wo htriku M411 anotiier it is pronunciation of the word "hoiu.M It has inspired me to write a fuw Mmiauis entitled "A New Pair of Ltnu on the" IIosssi." It readu as follows: When tlio cowboy llulitt wit uer ihi 11 II bu-Ill elon-Katle-r- e ut thin writing. pitiful letter Yesterday I received from MrH. Bartholomew Tidd, of O She addressed mo at Mount Sterling, Ky., and writes afl follows: "You cun do me a great service while in Ktntiicky by making inquiries for my htibliaiui. Bartholomew Tidd, of this place, who li ft home for Lexington onr ix weeks ago intending to open a Ids Icy bichloride of gold institute in Kentucky. . His family fnnr that he Iiiir iwrhajH. and met with foul play. Oh, sir, Ik kind eiiouali to Impure, mid if death has tvally lieeii hi" poiliou will you In lp t.ie get track of his ' inauw before tliev become iiiidcslmblc? I hndii't the to lol after I read that he hud t.trted in It was here to build a Kwky hut. nit ' a foolhardy thing; '" d1i"''" '" not know much. Tby havi g"od lunrtn, but they am iinpnMve ai. do their with their di'c "khiir it Btirtluili,. i w Tidd will would seem. neer more return to IVwale, Uhio, and lint his judghis liuiiiB. He mi'aut brought in of ment should have nights when the cold weather came on. Muny a man with a good heart haw gone to his death because his judgment bagged at the knees. We 'Mimed through Dwight, UK, not long ago. Dwight is the home of the Keeley lntitilte. Ceitamly l,(o0 men were in lino or ready to tall into hue for their regular hypodeimio biehloiido of gold, and they" were good looking men too Sail to say, they weie in the mam young men. Surely 7."i jier cent, were below forty, and none that I xjiw looked like wrecks. They were Healthy and normal in every way apparently, except that one horror that had darkened their own liven and tear stained many a pillow in far away homes. . It must be a good thing. Some three orfour jwlieiit who have tried tlw home treatment hve dieil, but prolwbly thnMigh iKiMirnitce or onrvlemtitwi, and the best proof of tho institute's miccewt U the growth of the mlrotiMge. If it will do the witK we will let Bi. Keeley settle with hi conscience, and every editor cti well airinl t) give him every Sundiiy u column advertisei.-ien-t monilng. It wilt do mote good than umuy IniIw of diirk and morliid literature of tile " Father, denr lather, come home willi me now" order. From Dwight we sailed into Chicago for a day and mw the big fat stock fond of Hue how. I am sUiclc. Intviug ijmte a i!onidemblo of it inrwdf on my country plHce at Buck Per-cnle, Ik-ci- art his words as I remember theui i Iih.ui-tious- In-a- - '' 1 'tn wi-1- U-e- got to talking with them. They were very poor and all alone, with n tag pinned on their poor little gauzy shawls telling the conductor to seo that they got to Lone line. "We are going there to meet papa," tho littlest one said, for sho wasn't old enough to keep her aiTairs to herself. "Ho had a bad eolith and so the doctor told niin to go to Lone Pine." you no mamma, then?" "Yt, but when papu went n"v she run off with a young man ti.it had , apu pompydoor hair. I'm going to Oh, on her when I get to Lone Pi." she was n bad one, v mi better I lelieve. She sold the stove and they butchered tho cow and s.ld it. Oil, she was a lnwl one, mamma whs. N Vm Uncle Ab bought onr ticket, and sent us to pnpa: but we've got our dollien, though." The dollies were in their empty lunch box. It was rather jNithotic and u good chance to do a little direct charity. It was easy to Mart such a movement. The harvest was ripe and the passengers were willing. We were not sorry about it when we saw jxipa, for ho was a hollow chested man with the mark of death on his pallid face and the property ilush of consumption on each cheek bone. We saw him on the platform at Louo Pine, with hungry eye looking through the very walls of the cur till he found them. Tho little one said, "Hello, papa," and bounded into his trembling arms. The elder one caught him by tho coat tails and called attention to how hard it had been to keep her sister tidy in the long, dusty, hungry ride. "Just look at them hands! You wouldn't bohuvo that washed them back hero about fifteen miles and wijks! 'em on her shawl, 'coz wo got our money that tho passengers give us done up in tho hau'kurcher, wotijd you?" Ifewiid nothing. Ho bowed his head over them, one at a tune, with a hungry little sob, and there was a t tumble in his beard and we hi .ml him say, "You poor little neglei ted, motherless babies." Then he tmk tin-iaway with their nig dollies and their tear stained faces, and thought as they turned away at Lono Pine that in ca-eternal punishment is a wttlisl fact, the Associate .Mephintophel- - vvhoae duty it maybe to now and then imr hot rozzuin on that fugitive mother and occasionally turn her mound mi that the other side can get a little let'er done ought naturally to I trte-- t she may be a very Ihim mm ' r and tiiat sho will find it read this duly "fiiimv." "Il-iv1 1 Stockholders' Mooting. A irtflitiKiif th toc1clio!lpr ol the National limit of lluitoiiville will attlinr baiikltij; hoiKoin Huitonville on the teconil 'I ucxlajr in January, ihji for the purpoie of elfctirg nine Director! to 'crvpihc enninc tur. 8' t'' J W HOCKrR, Canhicr 1 a Severan ee & Son -al Stockholders' Meeting. A mtetirg of the tockM4ii of llic Firtt Itarl will lie held at thrir banking 1ioue In Stanford oh the 'I i cla in Unuary, So, lor thr uriiure ( efeitin,; llircclor to tcrvvthe riininre car JOIINJ McROIIKKTS, Cashier ek-tc- DEALERS IN- - Stockholders' Meeting. rwo Si-- tJ Dry (hois. Notio os, Carpets, Etc, A ."'i'.7mt of ,h llanlift IruMCo will Gents', Ladies' and II. It. CAJINITg, Uiidertaker&Emijafmer Shoes. Hustonvillo,Ky. A full line of Coffins a b KI1 at their Unking in SUniurtl oh the Nrt in Jan-wir- y, i9t, --for the pmpn-- r nf cl(tiMg e4evn Ui-rc- l. r ti th enMijnif J lf.OWSI,KV,Cihir ltHUi of the FarmcM rt jr V'neay Chil-dren- s' 'in Ciik'Ii m , alwajs on Always Lead la TJ I li VEX DOME HOTEL WALLACE STKKI.E, I'ro'r, Style Quality aad Prices. II. R. CA3INITi5, UlniiK'r. T- lltSTONVII LK, Ky 'I horouiihly refitted anil refurnished and full) prepnn-- 10 attend t the-- ant of tin- - public. A m line SAM IM.r. ROOM attached V Ke. OurStockby Frequent Purchases is AlwaysKept Full. We have just secured a sample line of Towels, Tray Covers, Table Scarfs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, &c, from one of the largest houses in this country, which we propose to sell at wholesale pri ces. In this lot arc some finer goods than arc usually biought to tViic "- -' ITOTICE. the ham '- -' vidn,atMcKinne), eltlr rnce, r a All piMoim iiidt tiled to the firm ef Kj . willtorre fiuuard and their Hciouru mil Ic placed in of an efflter afor Jantiar i, itoa. MRS. W. ! (.OOClt, W Oicli A V mnrlrnh 'y"v' h. DAVMJtiO.N We have a few nice PUBLIC SALE 01 o BOKESOLD AKD BTCSEK rBBUmntft DRESS PATTERNS andjother terns which we do not propose to carry over if a price will scllijthcm. We will oiler at public sale be Grinning at 2 o'clock, i m., at Ilustonvillc on We keep the i Shoal-- . N. C. l SATt'IlDAY, IJKC. 29, 'cjr, lln cF V V" You'll flml lilmiiM)llu)i.Uiuiitrli it Outnltlv of but ha lormi n burru Ami Ui In New Knulmul, with hIkUjwuii Ulu Tim I'uritnn, frooml with I'utaood lUor ell on lil irou m rnw' . Ami low It ho hltelipn n With u nkln full of nun nuil rmnotw I'liiln, im, . Hut lirrn lit Kt'HturV, wIiitu tmturo Is kind I mMilhin:'nho, Ami You'll IIihI the fair ktrl tinil ukwijiUi! inuii Admiring niul luiiiic tliu c hi. at Muck blioals. N. C.) met young .Mr. Deck, hou of Hero Stitintor Heck and late president ol the ht'imtoof S' omiiif;. Ho preMded when I revisitwl my old home a year ago in tlio young state where I was once a jus tico of the peace and editor of tlio but impecunious lluomeramj. It was at Cliejenue last year that Niid to myhelf, "I will see the new capi tol building and shake hands with Secretary of Suite Meldrtiin, whoe lawn lihi'd to bo the arena on which my catH to kettle past and Judge Hiowifa 1 frolic-doiiiu 1 u-- ed (Words nml inuulo for sale hi tliii nfllce, or of prico by iul(lriiiic tlio Font on riH-clmi-tli- diiTerencefi." purchase him for my stnd farm. Some of the alilcut Shorthoma were y tlmt they are a there, and I mm more iKipiihir cIhnm of cattle with me, though not mi tailor made, pel Imp, an the Jentey and Aldemey. The Sb.ift-horis poiweiel of thuio elegant qiiHh-Ueof mind uiid heart which make htm everywhere, lie beloved by good ib full of giKd impulses hh jiw, and even in death we gather round him and appreciate him. 'Hi Shorthorn strikes a good average for weight, too, for ilvo ktecre of thin clas left .Mount Sterling mrently averaging 8,150 pounds ajriece. Along with the fat stock and adjoining the hog dewrtnient was the Lincoln lag cabin. I never before so fully real-retnun what a humble and beggarly lieginuiiig this Kwerftil and gentle man It I" a little broken bucked sty aroKU. of one room to begin with, and another woih one added when Abe got too big to sleep with his puicnU. It is not the rouiniitiu log cabin of Joaquin .Miller, hut the shift lee, badly laundered hovel of weak ami hopvles, dole", miserable jioverty of the inexcusable clas. Troiu bete ho started away down the river with his tlatlnrnt load of farm produce and badly rectified whisky, only over to tho togm his work ami lirst unidentified bunco man, who bought his load and agreed to meet him later at New Orleans and pay him, but who forgot about it up to the present time. Here he viMtcd tho old folks again as ho left for tho White I Inline, and hero ho drove a tdintp ned stake in after vears to mark the grave of his father and place a moiiuiiii ul tliele. -- oe a wide horw with a vet heavy head of whiekers oil his feet or a nnir ci Iwritoiie rootter, I mil tempted U In-il- I aU Villainy. ' n e s.A- i. u . ffi &. JQQ ?.' I-. - j.s. y Our entire lot of Household and Kitchen Furniture. All in good I his will be a rare chance to be found any where. Our stock ol ladies' and children's shoes is shape for a bargain. complete, having just assorted up. J. J. & M. H. Allen, 82-c- t Ilustonvillc, Ky. ggGentlcmcnin want of underwear should examine what we have in that line. BEST GENTLEMEN'S SHOES : l,OOOLBS CHRISTMAS CANDIES. Ever 10 The" largest and most elegant stcck of NECKWEAR ever seen Stanford. ? I f in Consult yourinterest and come and see us. d The Czarina Alex, there's a plot against us tight hem in our own household. The Czar (rarclevdy) Oh, I'm getting used to that sort of thing. The Czarina But this is the most dastardly plot .wt. The Czar What it? Tint Tho Czarina lai u i il whi.-pacook is going to leave. Lifo. r) conceivable kind at from to 75 cents per pound. Mal- CHEISTMAS AND Oranges, Lemons, Uananas, in aga Grapes, California Pears, Figs, Raisins, &c, best maiket in great abundance. I' reserves, JelAll Able I'IiiuiicIit. lies, Sweet Pickles A" a young man passed along the street a lesident remarked to a visitor: Spiced Pickle, Sour Pickle "That li one of our ablest financiers." Peach and Apple liutter all in "Whv, I am astonished," was the "Ho doenii'l look to be' over twenty-five.- " bulk and of the very best quality. We have a nicely selected line of Christmas re-pl- v. Holiday Goods. Presents, such as A full assortment of both canned and eaporated California fruits. A fill?" "Blamed if I know, no came here a great many other nice things to stranger tluee veais ago, with nothing eat that 1 cannot enumerate. My txeept his gooil looks, and today he is motto is "the cream of the marthe husband of the richest woman in tho ket." Home and see for yourHf town." Detto l'"e Pre.s. sostic-ce.- j "He isn't mi old as that even." "How does he happen to bo Vases, Chamber Sets, Water Sets, 'loilet Sets, Tea Sets, Dinner Sets, ' I As I went into the asM'inbly cIuuiiIht the gavel of Speaker Downey fell with a mellow thud and he announced that on the lloor of the house a pioneer of the early days, crowned now with the of a grateful people, bearing modestly upon his hitrhlv eiiiiihnuetl blow the wreath which ho had so bravely won in the face of outrageous fortune, now stood, and he took pleasure in saying to gentlemen and inoinbeid of the usK'inbly that tlio legular order of business would be suspended jiendiiig a motion to adjourn. The member from Oiook county (Mr. Kellogg) then rose and, with a Hood of eloquence woithy of better cause, welcomed tho prodigal, and after asking that tho fatted maverick be slam ho moved that the house do now adjourn in honor of tho occasion. It wan an eloquent address, and placed Mr. Kellogg at the head of tho house as uu easy going and graceful speaker. Tho wnnto had received the wink mid adjourned, so that in ten minutes an informal reception was in progress and tho legislative branch of tho btato government of Wyoming had taken an hour's holiday, just as it would if 1 had beeu a deceased nieiiilier of that body. It was a proud moment to get the eulogy nnd the obituary and yet bo ablo to eat "breakfast tho following day. No cue who has not swelled up with pardonable pride- over his own well worded epitaph can fully appreciate the pleasure of such a tning. Kentucky is full of chivalry and other wet groceries. 1 was asked to try souio of tho other wet groceries. I took a My physician says (to incnthc. thnt there is a mark of brass knuckles on on side of my face and an abrasion at th base of tho skull that looks like tho work of a elungahot. "Keep as quiet as you can, batho the face frequently in trmca, apply pounded ico poultices to tho baso of the skull and hereafter in Kentucky remember that you tako whisky or pass tbjough the eteto at nlgbV Ian-rein 'Mm- - -- ml m fi$L) 6 nv l j I Heaver Bildi-rwick- . or it. Tlmt was n Mil thing about He ordered a seventy-fiv- e fait JESSE D. WEAREA. CSVANAKSDALE. Proprietor I amps, &c. The nicest and mos An endless variety of comprehensive stock ever brought to Stanford. l mmM !V 3J j. v: m 1 , ,v r v v . 17 , I ) dollar overcoat, and tho day after it was delivered ho was taken down with ty-- I phoid, and won't bo ablo to wear it for a year. .Melton Will he bo able to wear it Hut think of hav-- j ing to wear .1 new oorcoat the same year you jmiv for it. Clothier and Fur-- , tiibhor. nejst 3 ear? He.ivei Oh. yes. C. TflVC V HV TVl A Hustonvilie Roller Mills And Dealer In CVlll H 111 A splendid assortment of I FOREIGN and DOMESTIC FRUITS. We also desre to call sNuii'V - " S3i To- - ' wL li: li,.r"A.y THE HAT. l f- j- - Dot went with her mother to church DesitLs to thank his patrons for ono Sunday and was as deiiiuiu as iiossi-blthe many favors they have exShe listened with absorbing interest while the minister read thtough the tended him during the past severhymn lieginuiiig "As lunts the hart for al yen, and repcctfully solicits a cooling Mieauis" when ho whispered to continuance during the coming her mother, "Why, mamma, there are year. He will be found at his two pair of p.int.1 111 that hymn." New mill at all times ready to wait on York Tribune. e. Krit Count. the attention of the public to our line o fixht C.SE - Kism - Fi$Lrcr Which is Unequalled. - cahtdxes, TASSINO fe.ir tlio future if No Illinois boy he will look at thai torry structure, Unit tottering, putholiu wteok of Abriihitui Liitcoln'H early home. Not far away on Wabash avenue is the old Libby prison, brought hero with every brick ami hhiiijjle in its place, ami now a most interesting war museum. It is filled with wonders of tho civil war, which every year is making nioro valnablo as tho swift centuries play tug with each other down the musty corridors of tune. Chicago certainly is getting ready for the most startling display of everything that can surprise, astonish and instruct tho gaping millions from abroad and the eastern geuUemaii who has not had time to go went of tho Hudson river since cents William I'onn Hwapped eighty-fiv- e worth of passementerie for the state of Pennsylvania. Two little girls wero on the train sonth tho other day, bound for Lone Pine. Wo m-oi- man, and a Might difficulty presented self. I the trade and solicits your orders by mail. Will sell flour at all She I thought your brother had times as low as he can possibly to get married in the evening. He Ho had, but I was to bo his best make it. Am Olmtucln. do-cid- ed FARR IS &H ARDIN. The best selected stork and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. STANFORD, KY J N.MENEFEK it- She Indeed Pray, what was it? He We couldn't both wear tho Mine dre-- s suit. Clothier and Furnisher. TIip J. T. HOCKER, Dealer in Stanford Lumber Yard, LUMBER, SASH, FLOORING, DOORS, CEILING, LATH, SIDING, BLINDS, SHINGLES, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. the late Jlis.s Footlyte.s, which she bequeathed for the founding of a hospital? Executor Yes. Reporter Might I ask how much was realized? Executor Certainly. It was fl.37. New York Suu. Alvu) Merchant Sweet. Reporter Did you ell the jewels of Artrri' Uiitnitinil. Genl Merchandise, TURNERSVILLE, KY. A good assortment of Dry country 82-2- WliHt kind of cider is that? Farmer Tramp cider. Merchant What do you call it that hand. Take him your for? Detroit Farmer It aever works. produce. FreeFreM, Goods, Groceries, Src, always on WOVEN WIB.E full We carry a -- A2T33 SLAT FEITOB. stock of everything found in a CE.ASS I.XJOTBEH FIRST designs and specifications before letting"3TARD.. your contract Examine our or building. t SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. itU' bfc. vSt- - jiji- - it .ftl. 1 S 4 J ViJm v , ,...i . Jlittka; ? t f ' jsti ' - sy77 nyrKjr I't v'ie -- r?,-; w "?H- wv?1 J Published Every Tuesdoy and Fr doy AT MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. not so paid SS.SO "!11 e chsrged. K. 0. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train isaves Rowland at at 5:1a p. m. 7 00 a. m , returning L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill tram going North South. j t jp rn The Utter trains also carry pasiengers. The above i calculated en standard time. Solar time it about 10 minute; fatter South Express train " South " North Loral Freight North ti 19 Pm 1 -- . J4Vn 13" "a .. .6w" .15am 'CONSTIPATION and othos bowel complaints cured orJ prevented the P5"vt use of by Ayer's Cathartic Pills They digestion. Dr J. 0. Ayer & Co, ?.,oycn, Tulnss. 5S?27 Office on Mam and greatly assist cleanse the stomach, regulate the liver, A. S. PRICE, SURGEOy DENTIST. meet, over Drug Store, Stanford. V. II. McRoberts' Jimmio Simpson i the politest nmn in town. Wearoeoon to have .1 hnnd. Tlio THE GENIAL HUMORIST DESCRIBES IT IN AN INTERVIEW. instruments have been ordered and will bo hen- - in n day or two. The members of tho Baptist church Until Monitor tlm Illglit Forearm Itroken. A Malrvvisy llnd lleen lteinoved at tlio hero art' preparing to fillip a box of Yiiiimi City Ojipth House The Letters clothing, etc., to the Hiptiat OrV lit (In "II Just tlm Smile. phans' Home, nt Louisville, for Christ- map. All the world has learned of the recent County Judge Myron has refused to nccMent to Bill 2s ye at YazooCity, Miss., crant whisky license to the liruysist at but it is not generally known that the. Yosemite and it is mid that that town U humorist suflered the fracture of unarm. now as dry as .1 summer chip. Let us In a letter to the editor Mr. IS'yo states hope that Yoseinito may yet return anil that he is afraid ho will bo disabled for be converted be torn it is everlastingly frcveral weeks. "Hut," ho says, regard-inhis weekly letters to the twoplu, "I nnd eternally too late. shall endeaver to connect in tome way so Rev. .1. N. Howling has resigned pasthat you will not disappoint your readtorate charge of the H.iptist church and ers." the church is anxious for some ono to Tlio day following the accident Mr. fill his place. Hro. How ling has had charge Nye and Mr. Burbank, who is traveling of the church the greater part of tlio with him, went to New Orleans, and time for the last siv years and the breth theie they were interviewed by a report reu would gladlv have retained him er for The Picayune. As the story of longer, but owing to his connection with the accident was told in detail in this interview, we reproduce the article enthe .Tanie Wash Institute it was impos- tire: sible. Hill N)e. tlio Irrepressible, nccotnpnnled hy A ripple of excitement broko the hit confrere. A. 1. Hiirkmk, arris til in tho thoiroiigiiKt'tiieiit.iiiid mo quietude of our ever quiet little jvillnge, city )esterday to fillC'hnrlos. A Mopping nt the M. remitter culled last Sunday evening, caused by a contro- on to ascertain t lie extent of the Injuries versy between Y. It. Coleman and 1 II. Mr. No received Satunlny ittulit in 'Ilio Taylor over an article written by Cole- Mr. Htirluuikrcpurtir wins met nt tlio door Isli)is ntul is elciiinod cordial)). He in wlio-- o comman and published in the I.ntkiuor polMn-d- plonvint pany one etwe. He kit the Joi'itXAi. of Inst week. The lie was ssnyluto tmliinilly fech nts hero the humorist tlio not room, passed and they might have come to Njo was found r.eatiil In n. lnrno rocking ihnlr. more In iicligen drce.:ind look blows, but friendsinterferred, and a dif- been otitvrtniiilug bulliiiinui;in n n If he hud i;lustiontct which never presented a very than like . luiiti billed for let Hire. Hltiighl ficulty, h dangerous aspect, was quelled without nnu sn In nIIiiv;. hit right ee u c1o-cut wat slsihlo jiit ul)e. anil the whole niile bloodshed. Such rows are shamefully furc u;v Hollt nnd dlncoloriMl. Mr. Hiirhink Mild tiny ssuro nt thu Ynznn disgraceful and it is hoped that the opera hou-- e to ciso ono of their young men, both of whom aro clever Cit) Hu left Mr. N'io in tliodrwing boys, will not bo guilty of the like room ntnl sscnt uihiii the nlng to ojumi the programme, hud Jit iltlixeirtl two of lit again. recitation oH.'tiping trnorti'lse inliinte", and rellrtnl to the il replug room to lx. Resents the Slur on Yosemite. pro-vision- WIEACOIDENTTOMR.NYE A s l.a.t Ainl vithn dirxtfiil rough and turning into a fesrr Doctors Detroit treated her, but inxnin. athtnie.uid.it he grew worse rapid. v until she sa a mre I hrn she tried I'r kin handiul r bones New Ditioxers, .ind alter the useol two and a h df liny six Dr, Iwttle'. was voinpletely mrrl Ring s New l)i.oer) is worth its eightin g Id set oii may get ou a trial btt.lc fret ai A R she n ped hands, chilblains. corn and all kli erup VMUtftr'.fWfiM! and one-ha- lf One hnnilrrd and tlons and positively cures piles, or no py required. It is guiranteeil to give perle t atistacttor, seres of Kood land, in a high state ol cultivation t'.JsfC- - ' LwviiVIUtjItWAlBIJtf two l'ricn 5 cents per hoi, A larj, splendid nrsv bum,cheap Reed i.lhlus nut! or money refunded hr nuthouves Will sell Vot sale by A R. I'ennv, SUlitord, Ky. TO o 'I Ids land lies ', miles Irom llitslonville, ky m m S. P STAOO, ThoFlrBtSfp Stanford. Ky jft im oii are run down, ctn'l eit, ean't Tei ip can't ihiuk can't dj nn thing to jeur at von wonder lA ion and the warning. wlnl aiN )ini. You ou are taMi.ii tnr nrst ihotild heed ,. ...in niriH Yen nrcd t ntr itroitrntion. Hasliift purchased the interest of ins former lonu am' Ulrrtrii Hitter yixiwiUtind theeaact sour norsoui systt.ni toiti partner, Mr. s. R MiPheison I nsk a liberal remedy for restoring Surprising retulK share nt the patronage of the people of Rowland normal, healthy comiumn anil vlclnllv. 1 will cotitiliue the cosh business lellrw the ueof tins Nerse Tonic and Alterative rcliirn,gtol rtleotion restoieit oli chthe firni fl llllon .VMil'heissHs slartevioiu Vcubule,! HuiTct SIset.rs and 11I our appetite uo ni..t think I inn easily prose vrns i man llmTet Chair Cars on Va .oul the llwr aiut Milne) s regime healths' sctinn. Ixnelulfll 10 totu ins ciislometsiipd myelf. Fur t hicajo witlinut chsuce. all trains iriroinrh Irj a iMittle True jo centt at A K Penn) uivtunce kk nt these prices, at inunds Motion and dtug do sin ted sugjr for $1 Arbn. kle s 'lOfTic s .ent per money the information ijrt the Rest for the least I or address conds In A Llltlo airl'u Kxporlonco in n Light IM.iind and allatothertunes Itunner pieimrtmn Also IIARKI.R.O P A ,Ch.spo have on haiul nil and iiliitles lor Houoo. s U CRI SII.I) P A . lotusvllle sale J II III 1. ON. Mr and lr l.oren lretcolt arc keepers ol the Row I j ml. Uv, S? t sr (lux 1 igluhoue at Sand Heach, MUh.andure II Mil' KF. (,t)IM. m t Cucklln'B Arnica Salve. talve In the world tor cun, brutsra orr, ulreri, lt rhoum, fever virn, letter, chipThe bet Kluc-sfini- ss Farm for Sale ' iJkK mm krUkiflireiiAe .'ZfttlBfi! AC-JI- V tli-e- FOR CAS3S OlXXSSr. .t-- .nlan lrt 1 lS m sear bleed xitha diughtrr mcstln,old f ik taken down with 4 llowvd THE SHELTON HOUSE, D.A. TWADDLE. Proprlotor. WORTH -- m it WEST. Rowland, Kirsl-clas- - - Kentucky. q,-i- tt 'enn's drug More "Mothers' FRIEND,, HAKES CHILD arrommodatlAns at tmhv il.le rates. Open dsy nnd Sample room ind good llvcr in connection s isit-ri- t. Louiavutt a NaaHvllic R. n. POSTED. 'lliMBetlce forewarns hunters, f)henesi ami others net t tie. pas, on nur laHds wlthssut as ill ssih will he prosit. .t4 In the lull-eexent ivt the law Mirnvtl C. M.M'OONAMOOUE IIRIH K J TIIOM s C. IIAI.l. st Is the tine for )ou, as its tlit-i- .MI.iMs-hipp- l. BIRTH EASY, I9ou)lc Dally Trains Make clo.e contin I tl.n. at . I 1 11 tie. Colvln, L. Doc. S. 1800. Mywifo used MOTHER'S PItlUND beforo hor third corxflnomont, and nays alio would not bo without it for hm.drsdo of dollars DOCK Sent by express on tecclpt rf price, f JO per hot " II. W I MIKI.KRAll.F.X M I r"l..NH LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI r all points aiiis. 1 lAMrM.IVrSS s Pllll MPs t.Al.N . THKOU'.II TICKI.TS bOI.Is IIAC.r.AOi: CIILCKKI) IHKOl'OH For any infennstlen eassuire of F I. CI.IrFOUp. Aisem, Stanlord Ks. "rW. W Pass Agent PINN. Jui ii, a C ly, K) ltook--" 11 h, 1 o Mothers mil led free. BRAOPIKLD REGULATOR CO., LiME I ANDBRICK.'., n Cents a Iluhl In BeichHi.fh.Ml Irv 11 roR lt my h.ouioiot ATLANTA, CA. will deliver Llase at l.tn onter-tuitimen- tv caster, Staaferd and the K. U. GENTRY )ct Is a Candidate Inr Sheriff of Lincoln county, to the action ol the I'cwocmti. psrt tub I will alsa luad on cars at Crab Onward, llruk at 75 cents a hundred (,ive me a chante FKI D KUTRCFR Cml. On hard ti6m R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. (To the F.ililor Interior Journal Yoskmitk, Dec. 15. In response totho Office on Main siret, opposite Portman House, up stairs Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless extracting STANFORD. KF.N'TUCrCY. PHYSICIAN Ir. II. C. Nsmncllcy, SURGEON, AND STANFORD. KY. OAcc in Odd Fella,Huil,injt, up stairs t"8 a m , 1 to jp. m , 7 to gpra Orace hours ' DR. W. V "B. TEN-N- Y, Dentist. r OfEce South side Main .treat, in office HulCioan. Stanfoid, vacated ky Dr. L Homeopathic Physician, STANFORD, - racently Ky. DR.! JOHN M. CRAIG, 1 KF.NIUCKY. w 1 ' Office Hours- :- to to OfSce on Lancaster n a m , p m , 8 tJ street, opposite court house. :iyr FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANHIRD, K . Capital Stock Surplus -Attention of the nublK -1 i N...-His the . Under the prov ioi'o. 8200,000 ; I 16,500 k "" liuited . to the fact SrX'l " "id eaaimned a, ta,.d times bn,KOvernmem agents, thus se.ur,..S add.t.tonal .5dKperfU.s.f.iyoJeV',':.,,MI.h.d a, the Tills institution. .;:r7h. n rewrsan- Der" iZ National III- - 1.0 Sunf rd ... i6,"nd , ink ,)f l. " ,e,.n .tlse '"'... ; UB1Iltrr. and lrnd..berell thanes.r before in its long fidu- corporations, ...hc nefiMnatid ld.vXU ' The Directory 1 this Hank is composed ol article appearing ip your paper of 11th inst., from your Middleburg correspondent concerning the bad treatment w hich GOOD FARM SALE. the ouni: people from .Middlehurc re uatlirrtlly MlppolK tlt iUln wtrri there, I ceived from me nt our school ethlh tion made is step in that illrwlhm and fell down I wish to it'll privately wv Farm of 141 rret, s.ml teu or tw else feet. Instinctively I thro" vltuated is mi Irs nmlh ofMaaford, Kv the on the niKlit of the 4th innt, I will wiy oul m umt , , ami is I Danville pike Will lake pleasure in hin(; to flr--t. I wnprently aurpriped nud manv who fell no rlKht arm atrack The decent any one wishlisc to pur hv.e Apply tn J Hkn.nr O im were present from .M.ddlel,utR and Yo- HiClt-itSemite expressed theui.xelvefl m beiiif I tliootfht rl tl.edottorHt ' niy rhr'it arm much intonifhed at the niticle, Nv,it.h rlral here, thouKh. thi arm lm bvenesMwi ' w.is ftl6 from heginninc to end. 0.,i n,i two bom- It the forearm armfsiand esauniswilmt We invitetl the people from our sister t0'"" broken. The A reliable man so represses a rebel,, . ... , l.oi.a As the Hide aud euestt, conclndon tllltt while am forry we of arc .sevoro brulatst, there U no laMnssvl tocwisM. Hillloau mh,t isaasestiasalr alier a tjwn, Miadleliur?, and there isoast auea ru rteree tiranca is c.raoueq wnr nunlile to tiieni all. flflour sent- - injurs." Iroea parties wis., suve leans. We sfMt mea M hatnileur busiisess Aslstresa not larQ enou,:h forj inooanacitywas uaw 1.. F II cHASt-.Sl-. PT..UstNstVA, N. Y our audience. The ltidio.i aud nentle-- 1 ceawutly hat nlirbt. After we left Ymmu city kjssI ea rwtiU to Jeknoii In a ,nU., fr, . fl.lluhnr . .....r.,, ,,u s.lil. .,.,.. w... (awA lar, ,,,) in a. iiui.i I sulTered u Brent deal of pain. TVaro whs no nice behavior, for which we wish to bleeper to be bail and ho lisxl to tiHsko the bssst ! the our gratitude, but your imperti-non- t of the c.ibsMsse.nil However,uanvoattrninuseis stave trrHted men nice 1k1h eonrteoiscJ)." correspondent and his "chum" Continulitsj. Mr Hurlwnk xvid: I.otH "While I h sviMiderirsstwhat luiil Issrstin" of who were unable to Ketin the house, as la tas lOrpurste limits o Kssnlsnd .Mr. Nye, the Maiw Hinursvr came nsahlns; in even the aislcn were filled with permn nmlNitd Mr. Ne hud fallen out of tho lick H I. DARST. TianUttd 6 up in the diHir ami hurt liluivif Imdly. Soon nfier Mr. standing, cocked thenis-elveentrance of the thenler, No cattie la the front broi-door, ami on being kindly asked to allow his fare, arm and aide ami hl- ekHkimc theet- - fll! I L' the doi.rto b" clojetl to prevent others ilixinlrriil. I luiwiillately T?r IMniTQls' I I JJi IV. U OJL, nilt.irhisilijurl.att.l ttniiiKOA tbeatulanu- JXLlilil o ltfside from uiakitig an attempt to got noiince.1 that Mr. XtiH'l met with an actl- "' ILBY0P0tor. into our crowded room, the torrespond-en- t deal and the prosntiruwe would not ha esm- tinueil. The Budlinceal fln.1 boldly refused antl the consequence lieveit.revaidliik- - H aaahtwv rsrfnsesl to U-jsske. iHttwera was he immediately found himelf col final I) iouii.'ssl. He ssiu treat, there at' Hotel and ana betlei have lo upon lecting Is is feet, legs antl one thing and onetHiul also wja onr urrhal here tdaj mil Wpasd raisvdeversay c asesdale the public ! to ciNtninatiuti made that roenlted in the " another together oulnidc, and no doubt dlesH.iryoftwolkelilHMliilhs,rtlstfro. lV.!!7 ' a ie ken. ns his pantrj kiised the brow of the moint nr.n. Mr. Ne la now holnir treated Man to lw j ,, KRANK RII.F.V. able to appear touiorrow iillil." e Girth he exclaimed in hid wrath, Mr. Nyu U a humorUt lieraiiu he can't help ' It. In libs cons crsal Jon lat nisrht. thousrh is to be had only in writing an w Ith hi j -Nirkt of hie r " T for the preh," which he now nc feting wonhl bide and f.ice, he I C Z Insoluntarll) ohiil,Hinl the wit I -- aTJ-. -- i knowledges was incoirect. h in fm e. thou ph auollen aud tiriUKtuntl, w.i nnd study. He is :i( I did reprove pome boys, oxprewiso ifood ;ui Inli rr.tinic well look Inii uutn. ) osiuk Hml pi orlbHiil who had climbed up on the joict overnelsartHhle.tourti.iiwllsnl.- Hl'j?llC-.- t C.isll lll.irkct pilCC P.litl head and were greatly disturbing up, but wu)s nilllu to talk. xctpt when he Is nnrtuica broken arm, and even then lor laliosand gentlemen from Middleburg, thu three Kiiitlcitu n in the room entertained ,t nlht for some ininuto. I ask you thie. Did I say or throw out "Are our Morlew nud bketc lies hIwiij a truer' nay insinuation that j'ou were Rked one KeutU limn, reineiiiberiut; some of Did I ever intimate anything the IniinorNt'n cxtrmvastuuaN.. &c, at Well. liewith .. .......... in ..,.w ne of the kind? Did any of you rise and (theother shIU wn me "the) MlwByi husni ' ( 1H AT .? ink us to stop our performance until yt u a spinal cnliiuili of irutli. The) are Imseil tipsm I,1 1 AI V L . aW . IV JJ li If Lit kV and the could pass out" If any of you left be- facts. linos ono cliarai tori aro rsNil. allliowh . Miinet " tuui reprtveutri mssothI K la iyr fore close of was b) Mr. Nje. Hu liNikitl in tlm drew-Inroom and Nse wn nowhere to bo fiMiml. mtieh to lii nirprloe. At this jMilnt Air. Nye lntorrupti-i- l him. "Yon n u." biil lie, "tliero sshk h ilixir at the tfitr of tho drvlnK room whleli formerly opettsl out iikiii n Hich! of htair. Thnm had been rfHtovrd, itud, Hlthouitli It sr er dnrk. q; J. . 3ISSNFXSf FOR as SherllT. Is a raididate for Sul ic t Kltstin, .Nov to theatlionof the .iHrnocracy if-- ) mm wsm I um ftllEil c" ! j i i aM tr. I"Mlnel " (r,.t . Us-- h tfS-i- Cures i n, bruives, old sores skin di.eaiet, corns, blinitMSv, piles fistula, s rstthes hslter ourni, Uew poison l kruisrs Wheiever it hut been issed it has given wundrrfiil saimtiiiow and its piofxnsiir lor ieiwvini( ivie n maaisa Me Nameious testiwohials will so urd and srlll appeal im this spate at a later date Madts mi sold by , y J n II Kirs INS. Vnfot I ragacBsiH 'DJCIV U ( St. Louis. va j! vsf&j&'W N ij n Ivf "ii letrasi, Mikifsa V : rtlV ATjI, . M H J Slncrir. vVjITTED. MRS. FRANK IiMWEWS. I'UHOMASUUJ AUatKT. : sj-- I I Chicago, it Otaer. Ksprsst oi goods Comanltsion j Hoatal Nmht, pW : : : , Illinois. Avs e Poet-OBc- Icw VtirJc, Wsshinitior P sets. Chltaf II .lino LUveUnil, Indianapolis snd tbr West rssw kneland. Csaaa, m K(sitoii K 1 IItiucmiIi Place or Wtalourla t.u ! 1 ex-pri'- i" "r"" ?b!i itral-sla- ss Hi 8t cat. ht Kesr Ysjrk U i.baaHte et by OpportaaStM Iwr sjsursraius ia all hues n usurps J Ressil hm.rd, t,n 10 Ouu,r,i lnv !,(, frsn.forl IKi.lMA itlsori'st an' llrr. tn -- Fslt.moiv, Philadrlploa, .For 3alo Twenty llulkliii NOTICL iOTMX.. . . TRAVELING I PUBLIC. cars, snoslnsr . nt a J Solid Trains, baaa-af-t cssaraea, ruiimaa r taoir thioujl, i h out saaaas v,a Chaiian o s, ntrssiiiK im, Al.r us BMtiiif direct imsi I. ns en route I .1 Ko vslle, Asaevslie, Lra hburx aad pttnis in the irnr s have opened la rsasaeitKn wilts ray Hotel, the At Cbattanssnga far Atlanta. ( oltsasbus, WilmiUf sa Ainia'., ton, ChanestuB. Auusis, Matun, RriaswKl. Lake Cllv Tboasasv illc aud Fl.nm UA il - 1 ... n-- w -- ivi-ruut-l- 1 f " - M: Tho Best 1 "He-v-ng- nr-tid- e l- , IiMoaiyllee laaalrur solid trains with chai t IWHdsn or raise bleeMisir Cars to lac. Pulla... , . 1 saavllle wiisieut chaage lor an) cls.sol jaucn Crs or batrgaae Selma atul Moelfeiaery, Huatsvtllr. tlrtstur, Fbrrate. Mesaphi. and AltKANsAS txwmi First-Clas- s aasl quickest 10 Anais.t Nr ins, ' Kile Uuert rewiav iirns made al M.W 1K I KANM seilbrut osnnibut tiaasle, for s.svc,t b llrsnd And niter the services of it te the puhlx new vehicles asxl liesh blovded make my Houston, Ausiiii. table t3,npate with TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. k si i t Th only throi'f h hn r lack.oi, pe.l In I j , tnastnc .tiirt t . onne lioul Msss (site ase a call. witsxiul oniiiihut trsoslrr I r fl.l a l.'it ",S ,ih P W I. KF.rN. Proprietor Aiistia $n Ant ms, 14 1'at.i sn.l ) ontsui AI. HL'KNS. MST&RS HOUSE, hrt paia A .... JJvcry Slallc, Sflst tho Country. hiivt 1 Msaaer tut-- - hJ TEXAS, AniZOitA.MEXICO.RALirORrsIA )'i.r through rales torrr ( . mi nvapt snd I 1, infnrmai, lualUm Agi-n- t at I u Hon Illy Ky , era.lUrrns I) Yoi-emit- y. Mil I slAMOIID, k. iiarti. Man,;r t IK I lav rltWhW I a Act II . rl ( , I V'), ei S P ntn V Klls Ky imirrsi A . minbe-haying- ? Beef Hides, Fur, Tailow, JJ., As .- - JOSKI9I COFKKY, Pro'r. "51luill lei, It n .vited 1 Kentucky Central R.R. Hunt. Wont nut! hOtith-Wo- clo-e- dl ' inuyrluiir mI intend to eoi.dui t it auteas to "IILI'K (rUAHS ItOt'TJO." add not only nuuuuin its lih rspulstlua, but s Npecitl ao h, lis b.a( lii el fneads Tho Hhortost nnd Qnlokotit Houto from for cosawrrrtal travelers aad Hue rnaiMS fur Contrnl Kon'.ucrcv to nil poltita North the dUptvy of saasplstt omatoda-tsonul vnrt relnrnishrd is rwnv the the entertainment uhurau-lerc.- MAM-OKI)- T. I. I'ottcr, of Stauford; Forsststt Res4. I.mscssIb cosioty J W. Uaydess, Stnaferd; S H lUuRhavM., Lincoln M. J Miller, llt.Vernsm; T IUm. Mnealn; u J . S Hekir Stasfor4; f. A. I.aceey, I.ineeJ; 1 P llrtl, Swwford; W. G. Wakli, Staafsrsi. W. P. Fate, Staatoril. OFrUCRS: JUS. " yr Haak-ar- , Pressdeai; Cashier; A. A. Mc Kinney, AssisUnt Csahicr . I .am 95-i- J. !: it not because of your being ko crowded ? Was the author of the article referred tint the timuof his writing intoxicated, or instne, or both ? Or was he on Hie night of our exhibition with those. wliom he accused of having vimum! the s "Mind tiger," antl as the ieult of what took place at our exhibi tion ? Thanking you for your presence with and retpect for us, I asHiiru you that you 1. II.Tam.ok. nreiilwuv welcome. uncoil-Ht-iou- Mr. N)uMpoko in sery eoniplliiieiitiiry inrniH of M. Quad, of the New York World, btii IIIHU, wiid St. "who IHil UDIOI a usual oujiplj of uimmI h lory Hin not hi tie, and hi toriea aswme lueshmiatilili." We ieel bine Hint mr rendwrs will join A 3;.it H First-ClasA It I Aad HILL! I . vithusinuUe.li,,Kthehrtiit lthy to the esl innioriaU There huve lately been placed upon FarmersBank&TmstCo. Is now Tully the market several cheap reprint of an 115 knew how prettily 1 nduiu you! I am ouo, Asniaiei 1007 t.aiieiuteurs; to J. arriving at lluutiaictoa at 10 47 tiui South cu)able of making thu gientvet Ktcrifico Aeenls thriiliiul ti.e Ateo ousodatiON, dails, except Shu'Ibv, leave. l.exiujion at s jo P, Win healer tuo, alt. ler on your lwhalf." Paid up "Keally? Then, in order that it may Ilui' t ,t. ftviSvtnv al Otiticeacepfat un. Sunday, leaves AciiMMRiotlatliHi, dall) 15,000. Dictionary," etc., etc. Surplus, be my turn next, k nnd marry my L'xI.iKtoa at 11 soaai, Wliicheslrr is so pin, Mt "W. A. TRIBSLH, Local Agroat, Sterlingot pin Daily leave Olive Hill 6 4s am' Many announcements concerning older Meter!" Schwarzwalder Dote. MAMOIII). KY NATIONAL Ashland 8 n am, Calleltsbu f yJ, airlvivs Hunt SUCCKSSOK to THE themait nusleaihng. The Webster reSTANFORD, nirton 9 15 am, 11ANK OK TllbilLilloiis nl .ililnt;ti,ii Life. W'l'Ht Jlouu.l undei print portion of which from A to '. is am NowcliliS up) won the same assets aud fast Mailleives HuHtlns;toM daily at ( r the same H years behind the times the sauie maHagemeitt. Mi Catlettsbiirs; ArrCincinnati Vshtandt J7, Olive Hill ' ite as ntnl printed from Ily provisions ol its ..l.a.wr, SlciJius 1. ,17, Winchester 11 ij aad arrives LinNational plater, made by photoi tielayvill- - llranch, fu v pretetted as a.e depositors in ing al it o pin at Individuall, x;.i. 7 Hi am and No. u, at 6 iJt o p . leaves Pans al i .! 5, HunlinflUm dalle at Limited lUnki U .har.ho.de.. bamif held their stock graphing the old pagfs iWWb - I Dm. t'stidtlsburs- - leaves shtam! of vi'le at to 10, a hi, and g j..., p atnvlne . Hu rn l liable to the eatent ol the amount add.t.ou to the c. No t've The old book has been pad.lud out by value thereol. in Masv.leat j 1., a m. arnviaj; Pans n k, Mt. "itilini; 5 el Winchester 5 45 aud arrive hewn r. '.' V'JLIt h .hares a ii .m N ii leaves MaysvttU atat I so ankt ifii a amount .nvestid ,n as tull as various additions, culled from various e rrivrsatParu at io, m These trains art executor, .idimnistralor, tr istte, At., aily except Sunday sources, but the body is thu same that to aTodhosaw W entrustedtheir buismessHank us t ," lo'l (soiais eace.it Kowla.iJ IVI5 ol was published when Polk was president which isuauy exiept SuHtlay. while mnasinsr "e Lincoln Natuwalthanks aud our manv No runs daily Irom l.uaincio.. to CiiHintiati we w h.rc under fatanfor ami duly buried at the incoming of 11 epi oiiuiavs Trust tl.ey sv.ll tontinue to irawa.t their for prompt attenNo runs oailv Lincoln. The Webster, current from with us, oflorii 0 4 run our tentv years' epenence in diulyfrom ,, statioas except the . tion to same, hb.ralaccoiumoaatlotis are 100-- s. Lincoln to llanison, in the popular ' R viand Hiviaioli, which is dad) cacept Sunilav bankiiiz andas iB'ef-1- t -' Wftl UNo da..) except SuiiJa I souud banking "rnabndged" which has WreSSfeflS. MMdlllx (! ,Sfc estlhuled '1 rasas run dally In . omu copyrighted ' stent with rlA No da.lv btawts-- Ctaetnivati and I.exlnatni. w, ChipeakeA Ohio "I . F. V " to N, LM &tv&Ji 'i.fiWlUI,! j nst been superseded by Webster', InDtKHTOKS. I S null). j ternational Dictionaiy. Sew aihertiho-men- t "HjL Mt Veinou; ri and Lexington Accommodation d ii tci 'iHtrvJi TiAV - .In lsnnMail Irainsrun dallyaada J.J. Vtlllams,atunlord: lv Ltvsx LeainctOM 10 00 a i Arrives Pans Lexington aud tlualiHKtO VXvitiSWiyri&Siift in another column JVtSf9s C jf J, M Hall, ; 1 obsolete edition of "WeliMer's Dictionary." TliPbo books aie gien arioue OF STANFORD. KY . L'nabridged," "The business with names, "Webster's orjaaued and ready for vireat Web.frV Dictionaiy," "WebCapital of - - $200,000. ster's Ihg Diitionary," "Webstur'b --- dollisrs up." lOiiHt Jtm.iul. Airs. De Fine Ye. dettr. ThU w one an.. fast Vlsil luvii I.tilsuilasB daalv at of the "iiim." Nw York Waukly. Winikesierb 13, Mt Merlin;,' 8 )i, Olive 111111,, ,r AshlaiMl 11 so pat, uatlctuouri; is.aa, arrivinic ai HunllHKleii I J 50 psa A iieiillie, Lualtnl lixnre Isiaves tsinaltoa daily at 6 r "Ach, Frnulein Littuti, if you but pn, Winchester'. 45 Mt Merhejr 7 ia, Olive Hill j IleiVs my new bonnet. WUSnington, Baltimore, Now Imi't it a ditrliag.' Only twtmty-eiqh- t dollars! P nut ami the Seashore an I all Oil You Hsid Mr. DeFhit1 Ore-i- t stiRkeo! IN rl HiCF NOs. 13. bottgiit at from thtvo bonnets could be Mm. Dt Fine I . j Her 'election. ', Ji ' ii (itl'nnPl i'tlllIUl, . . Ch V 11 U iVslVW . Llnybntwonn LoxhiKton nnd Clticln niul. aad PtIOL ItOOalS attacked. TIIROLl.HTRl'CICIS,AII Id MM) JOSKPII COH'KY. 01.lf)Ki)Lt,M and JKI.I Id s atCIIKtiULK IN HFFUCT No I. aveulk-stoua- Saloon A Kan tM . Jotm Caatleinaa li Li Na. Rx MS t'l - 5 S ISSIsSSI)l YinlOY CO.. ipealr A Ohio Rnu'e. ROYAL nsuraRce Company, I' LIVERPOOL. J3AR13EE&CASTLEAIAN MAA(.KKS, Uasly Sua I.vs Cuscmaab Lve Covirit a Lve Falasoulh... Arr rans .. York, I astern (:! i&4i. in Arr Itichasoad Arr Lancaster. .. trr Moa'wed.... Lve list hasanst . Arr l.lviaglois. Air Middlcsbssra Ncrth-llosiad. Z. 11 i a IJ 13 si at a 1 lit is " 4 I 10 a aaa 1 Im 1st ii s is pis p i is p ji P P lu pi I'" p as 19 as II uu alT .... . i p w HI P ? ti w l n 1 ' 3 if IS p, P s P M'- - Jl JiLt .o. 4 Jt No. Commerce Building, Louisville. 111 - 1 deuc-sitor- a -- -- J Ml vms'A ',h - . i, "i a- MOK- JirPa ttm fa' I Lve Middlesbofaj 6 LmagiUM i.it Kwhsneaid 11 Arr is I.ve Stanferd 7 Lancaster lve Richraead. 107 Arr Lse Kuamiond. is Arr Wiachester . Arr Pans t Lve Lsiiugtoii t a I.vr Paris Lve halmoutrt Arr Covinictaa ii Sui, tg a ia 15 a m 4i a ml ao a as y u m 1 a m 11 p in 6 05 a ml- 1 ,. P m1 6 J5 a in s; p ta 7 45ani' a p 111,7 01 a in, ) 4 p n. J7 p bs, 7 JJ a no 4 jc p , , p "i 9 i a mi ; p . M " vi a '" .17 P m p mm 00 a m 0 45 p 111 J 45 1. JVaily Uu No.. l f ri 1 'A 1 -- p. '"" 4 11 v ,, i'"s mm i'vl 1 IB Mmhfm ..lfcSv . 4 1 1 -- nvMWmmi Sff.' iy,c i r J 1 yC 4 S not-.- J S. Owsley, Stanford , S8t&. , S J.Funbry, Stanford; J K. l.ynn, Stanlerd; A. W. Carixuter. MillssdievlUe; J. K. llauKhman, llustonvslle J K. Cah, Staufurst; Vuluiie Oooch, Sii.ulo-- d Ky - s - l.t v I . I III. HiintiiiKioii I. .iu I. T uiid Moreheasl A ca,Hssno.iaii'in 11 l.cxinc-- o 11 S.H Shanks, President W M J. p w'ey. Uum. Cashier When When When When B.iby blie sr3 sick, wo gave her Castorla. ism a Child, sho cried for Castoria. she became Miss, una clung to Castoria. she had Chi! ?xen, sho eTe them Castor!. ' Ilrishf, Teller. J. H.Hauihmio, General Keeper laVSetat ul;i,y,r1", C.asJl. "ThesH questions of preceslelice are iatiZ2&wm tSOftv' I dnll't know who sleeping Cara to aatl few Washui, Very embarrassing I hrouh fchoiild ko into dinner first. Mrf. fien-- , and .rv. ork nhou. ciwago eral Port Warden IiuhlllMin or MrH. j Korfull information 111 nuard to rules, rmtes .apply toay aj.atof thw srceiiimtniK lines Deputy FlbhComilUJSIoiler Jone-- . What j Hav ire removed my Uarber Snop to the Com ter.nediate stiit.oiis and runs daily j 'i j R. h UNTINO I ON, on e.n th shall 1 do.''' C. I IIROWN, S R KNOTI", C P ATMORK, inircisl Hotel, 1 am prbpared t. acLoiamndatc li p. I raflic Manager. t M . r a, Gen Put Am dies as well as Kenurmcn in anyming tncy mas I should oncn na "Well, mamma. t. General oiticc, Louisville. K wish iu my line. Children also waited on. Call folding doors and let them enter four j 0 w. HARxr.',"Ww.by'ilARRlSON, KSSL THOMPSON, S. F. H. MORSK. Gcn'l PassVr Ar,.'. u 1.10. J 1 11 uml and Morenos! and l.exlngl Asccaaasaslaiaai. ran .lail, eve. p. vi mwk .. Intel. InCoiiinicrcUl I Si 1 I US. ; I ..In 'ulH. A. commodiitwii; leaves Cinctti- ti r. 1. p rn Arrives f'almouth 7 05 p in daily ej t Miiiday, N Lisvvs Kilnsouib r.ooa m. Arrives Cm-11- 1 dad) ex. ept Sundav iati 1. .nil ;m ike ci.iiiu.1 lious at Vitit 'levtir fer t m. iht N. N A l V K'y, K. 1) mis. No through cars from Citicinnatiin M ii'.llesl.drniiah anil ( iinilerl.lml Gap and all 11. S in ;jm . abreast." Life. ! O M , I.cxiiiKtuti.Ky T P. A, Ashland, Ky Dice Chamber ol Commerce Kuilding.Cincinnat m -- 1 iLu aU j.f