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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891122901 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. -"- 7s-yYr Ml t r "" '- - 'iTfy Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XIX. Newsy Letter From Hnrrodtaurg. Horn to the wile of .Mr. 'minus LANCASTER, (JARRAHD COUNTY. Journal NO. 8(2 STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 29.1891. ,. her cL . ,,,, i in town. -- Mr. IMtsy McAfee, cl 87, rital at home on iVxington Htreet. Saturday ,. , -0- . "xmonthHHixof.l.u '" In tho !,ht ' '" oldct l..lia. In IMtV I n approprit rdigious .n insured for The buitdint. ,,1'' " by v. J. U. and the .stock for f I I..W. in fonr The New Yoik I'rcfw.the ImliriK re or live iliirerent compMiihtt. The little soda fountain engine was called out, but publican paper of that city, nays that it L'M4. II t llM . . . . 1.1 !.. f .. .......I .1.1 j .t a I m in ma no Kinni) n iinun., uVJUIlf Ifl r puniuuii in announce iimt there is spreading. not now and that there never has been lire from . .. ...i MiBrt Dixie Ifc.lion, ot urn pmcc, w no on ,0M,L,t 0f antagonism btwcen tho has been living in l'inerille for Momej rrt,dnt and the ewretarr of wtnte. tune, will be iiMrriwl to Mr. Tucker, a Thnt th trrnd of evenUs now Reenis to ChK-ag(who hat largs inter- - itflioiitv Hint the demand is for Mr. caplUdi-it- , I'meville) when they met each Mj,.t Hd thnt ho will hav the cbtaat t dial support nf the president, at the Methodint church iter Hli. Thoie will -- Walker Tevis, of Kirkvilli, wuh high noon. TueMlay, ' i,r,. ., fe,v ,jyB Bfit uwk. i:. K. Mfg. be ten bridesmaid. All will b in white with red glore. Blipira and L.iIMI mB rtnrned to Crab (Irrhard. Wado Hush.of .L ljuU, and Clyde ll iwers except tlw iiid of honor, Mis lluboii, who will lw druU en- - rj,, a( Loumville, spent Chriatm.is with tirelv in red. After the ceremony the the home folts. John Murr ,...,.. .... bridal pirty will Iirv lunch at Mrs. W. lti S,.nd a fw .lays with his motherand 1. smith's, when tU newly marriml the home folk. John has lieen clerking ioup!e will lwv for ChMMgo, tkfir fu nnc of Cli lHBIinK liotIfB of Kttosvillo of the for the swt twoyeare and we are future home. Miss lhou is . . ........... ,il,ir ......, Ud)H nt LhlS .nllCf. 'inui. il.ut l. - 1.. IIK'ril ClljOVing glad .. rllllU I1IV-11)0 iuiilfn. ro.i.; mni t,r- lion very bandhomu and liighly edntel and iht 0f lw)Jti, nn, jmH a KW4 ",MWtj0t Mr." l'ucker is to lw uooxratMiiilwl on his Thiitiioiid" Aiiderhon, of Hrtxlhend, giKxl fortune in hevuripg snch a wortliy WW wn. jtHt Hvek. K. (Jrahsiu Fninki o' the llihle Colleo nt I.exiiijtton, mmo blide The lioya and uegrowi had a lively lloinB for Chrltdmaa turkey. 1I will reICven thPrincess of Vn1 took a time her OwWituuMi niisht. Jvcral tllM, Hft,r th lmlila. fancy to the voting Indies the eldest Tho Chribtmas eve entertaiiimuut at ww now sixteen and they visited Iter at shot with jrfntoK a number went and the Presbyterian ohtirrh k nked in the btmd with roeK n a tiecided Smidringhaiu. where they played K"eii-- s Issfore the niynl jmir. nearly evury young man in town'bwr Mtjea. Mi, l; A. Hurnaide prrtided from Hiinkef-janrcMdence in the shapeof a burn of hav- - t the organ ami the exercitsw, under One of Hie younger chiidivu made it decided hit when the Prince of Wales uig Irt'cn shin Willi uoman wuuiies. th0 sitpervwinnof Mrs. Thomaa is undoubtedly tho tough ritt, Misfltw Uxie .I.IIIM'I 1WI1I Carrie naked her age and she informed bin royal hlghncM that it was imtH.lite to ak a I eat town in the Mate fot ilfl maw. Thuj, W(IOlln. !lhkUitl llV Mlu- - tflina I .,cl- - n.l young lady such a linn nun A royal meaner, tougher av. J. It. Tercy, the pastor, wer well negroen here are flush precedfd :t hearty langh, in which in rendered ami;highly entertaining. The every one joined. The princess lias almote thieving than anywnere en-the Mate and nnlchs they are put down recitationa of Mistes Alice Young, Xellie ways Iwen kind to her young friends, them when riding in and always from the high horse they are now rid-- , (0yaton. t)ra Hay, Maigarat Mneon, with a cardial bow. Of oouio, there will la- no living in the town ry indraiii, Liurn Doty and C. W. the in a few years. At any time day or Young, were excellent, as was the duet night nt letiht .'.0 rhilwart neuroes can he f Mnttie Walker and Hortha Ilurnside. scoiiBtandingon tho street comers or Mr. U)uis Walker mudo u splendid nn- louuging in store doors and windows, i4 Clans and numerous gifts were dis- . . V"w!Srt with no visible mentis of tupport anil it trihutwl under his supervision. ' fact that most, if not all Mr. (icorgu Vanderbiit, of New tX"l C?. L.W is a etenling. Something York, has purchased property in the o them, live by ' ought to he done. mountain regions nenr Aahevilie, X. C, & l"i d is iirectnig a house of a peculiar' Some time nuo Dr. .1. O. Dedman fTAL heard some one prowling nround his kind, the toUd cot of tho building ai ' w Mssks- '- W premises ami securing a pistol hu went Kround being thrte or four millions ol a negro dollars. The basement walU of tho out to investigate aim lounu tuau deliberately chopping up and car- - house re from I'J to li feet thick, and it rying oil some lumber he had stacked j8 thought that lus reason for this a vacant lot. He called to him traunhnary precaution is the belief that and iixitiircd what he was doing and re- tu anarchists ami socialists will at no on .iYtf ceiving a very rough answer lired on distant period make a raid upon the n. T ' -- r X Next morning a trail of blood was ijonajn.( d these basement walls JOSI'.IMIIM'. fiund leading from the place, but he lli:ht HOrve ,lim nj) a forlreH3 Mu js IIOStl.l.Ml. ruiiir. was unable to lind out who it was b able to employ a com pan v, or even a l.fl V. 1IIK MlilJ) Wr.IILt.NR. had shot until it few days ago, when reKlni.nti to prolei.t i.is u H, to k u wUh umumn )rovjBi0a ,0 after royalty had smiled on the John Allen, one of the elite of the NVebling, their position before ed population, sent for a doctor and s.dd Mtaii(! aseigeof an indefinite period, lie was forever tablilu'd, and if anything ho had a very bad case of rheumatism. mi8 ot nni,ounced when he will betake could have added to their fame it came Ho refused to be examined, liowuvcr. i,iUIBef (0 i, fortillcation. shortly after when Sir John Cowell, --The elegant masked entertainment muster of the queen's household, called and not until an otllcer was informed, and compelled him would he submit to given by Mits Maye Hughes on Christ-a- them to Odwrno to perform before her examination. Tho physician found mns uvt, was Wej atomje,j n,i tju, majesty the queen. About thin tune it younger si.ster his hip and K,K.b(n w,,r(J teii!lte(l witli thnt the ball had entered their Lucy aged seven, made her debut at upward and hu was in a veiy tIon The various characters wero the lord mayor'.. Within two weeks condition. The' negroes say rt.st.Iltej na follows. Misa Nell Marie. Lucy Webhng was known as the prethe was crazy, if he was stealing, but the Snow -- Hake; Pattie Heazley, Snow Hake; tiest child in Kugland, and it firm of white population are disposed to think Hessie Marksbury, (Jueen of Spades; London photographers were accuiiuilat-in- g a fortune through the Mile of her ho hns been :v thief all his life and wmh Mamiu Currey, bride, Maggie Jennings, timo just by being Snow; F.lia Lusk, Night, Carrie Currey, picture. A story is told that when Mrs. caught for the tirst . C- - K Jn- Hhot Night; Annie Hale, Ued Hiding Hood; Burnett was dramatizing "Fauntleroy" she strolled into the photographer's shop Clara lackey, Mother Hubbard, Ada and miw the child's picture on the wall. Carl Hreh m's 'Ton N'ights in u Farm, Maud Mullen Sallio Klkin, "That is the child I want for 'Fauntlecompany scored a big success in j Mattie Klkin, Uirl of the Peiiod; roy,' "she said, but she was informed old piny at the j their presentation of tho Annie ltoyston, Mexican Senorita; Ad- - that tho child i.elonged ton private famOpera House on Saturday oveuing. The die Hurnside, Uypsy, Kate Landraui, ily. Some tune after this, however, good word 3 given in the towns in which Highland Mary, Ollie Marrs, Snnllower; while the play wa running, another they hnd appeared before reaching here; ' Kllen Owsley, Hunting Uirl, Allio An- child was needed, and the managers tho line appearance and tho excellent derson, Folly; Bet tie Anderson, Ked made Lucy an otter, and she called on music of their handsomely uniformed Mini; Nell Johnston, Nun; Mamiu Mrs. Burnett to wu if she was satisfacMrs. Burnett was standing in her braes band and the reputation of Mr. Stormes, (Jucun; Mayo Hughes, Urecinu tory. talking to W'il-o- n Barrett when parlor manager, combined to (ill Drelun as a Lady: Sara Marr?-- Joan of Arc; Sue Her- - the child eiitensl. "My ideal 1" she exthe house. The large audienco was not rinc. I'lqlwr Mniileir. Jennin -Itiirneiilu claimed. Child, you are tho one I u...w, )i ;...,., I .ii- iiirfnrnumi'i - w:n "' i .... wanted first." And Lucy played 'FauntuiBuiMiuiiiiit ii ....:.... iJ10il. it ,:,!,. ' :' poor character i V V '. Liberty, Cur- leroy" f00 times before Mrs. Burnett "0' . , ot the large orchc wrote "N'ixoy" for her, and lost nearly he cast. The music oods lainbor.neCrl; Lula Hatson, i"J,000 ill four weeks of matinees. Peoia was also on enjoyable feature. Should Mae ple went to see Lucy pour out ton in the return date bore, n JHisiciair lassie Ih.sl.C.rand-n.a- ; - ' -- .. piny, but the i1hv was wretched and " Conner, rowuedhouso is assured.-T- ho Hlack Diamond; Letta Hrown, Myrtle; tuilod to draw ns well as the tea. Conneautville, I'a. Kato Waldon, Hutterlly; Maria Cook, Dr. F. K. Boss was given seven At Walton's Opera House, Jan. 1. Vrli..y.W l..l.il.ii.. .'tiMiiu niitimip i:v.w,l. AT..I.1 ii.iiiiuuii, Il.ai.. incru .'l.uu years at Louisville for bigamy. The Itemstur says that I shares of Florence Anderson, Indian Girl; John;! . t ik I1T ;..! The locomotive of tin express train Keroy, ura.y vtomau; T".. r.rnesi i.rown, Second National iuiik oi uicnmouii.11' the on tho N. Y. Central exploded after Japanese Girl; Kirt Kerby, Captain; Bolifatl"VrOtoJ?00. Hugh Grant, Indian Chief, Mort Both-wel- crashing into a sleeper, killing 11 perGeorge Washington; Kph Brown, sons and wounding many others. The Private; Howard Maris, Colonel; Sam flagman had stepped aside to take a drink. sick, wo garo her Castorla. When Baby wits Harrid, , Lieutenant; John Andorson, A railroad authority says that durWhen sho was a CUilil, she cried for Castorla. Dude; John Doty, Duke of Wellington; ing the year new tracks have been laid When sho became Miss, sbo clung to Castorla. Letcher Owsley, Heury VIII; Claude in 411 States and Territories, on LM'J When tho bad Children. lo gave Uwiu Castorla. Wherritt, Page; Homer U.itson, Little lines and branches of I.10S miles. This Lord Fauntleroy; Charlie Walker, Milk increases the svstein in the t'ulted States i Maid; Louis Walker, Cowboy, Bert to 171,000 miles. atove. acrvh-$,.,000 ' " ' " ""' fun iliin't him' ' " ro "M of 'taker, -- On Thursday, about midnight, llro of Abn.r Ilk-- p. who .lied in of I). L. ilililiT broke out in the More room hU " " "",,l" . Kobli.BO... Moore, occupied by J. tt ouKbt to I,,,r.,,tHr on Sunday even- as the Mammoth Clothing House, known meiery .mow .....1 tl... h.iildinL' nod entire content day morning. She hud been on a visit were consumed. The stock win valued to raUtivtw jn Florida for IihhIiIi t about f&VWO. Tho origin of tho lire but dM there noon after her arrival. enpposml thai it h unknown, but it is SIih WMii iimmuorof tho l'rtHbylerian was mused by tire being left in tho Mr. Si !... 7. have died-- Mn, Smiley. !. - ' ,,U' 'fttonttl I",,k ,U!r ,,t(,",r "","", on "" 1n '"" ",,B,'"',ri"K ,s . tla-fn.- ,. hrok 2CI.nn.tl M ll.rri, .. Walker, Mr W. ' , .n.ironuhe M,no 'T. ' ,,H J ,,,,!,. .Im.1. MIMA.nri!'..lll....Hl.ulM..M- '- - Iy lir lt-- ''" '" ,,! ltomeo; I'rad Jeuniim4, Fashionable Hob Hughes, Souvenir Spoon; Ashehrooko Frank, Ikishful Mini; John Sum; Charley Anderson, daor of Stormes, Uncle l)jvil;John Farra, Duke of Hucking-ham- ; oil' and Wade Hush, Modern Man; Kb Ilig-giXAtl.!.iK "rieal; Ikib Wimt, Othello; Mr. th, Sweenev, Nichu's. linglish Dude; Jea -Snilor Him. John her, Frenchman; Da o Such, Walker, Santa Claim. Coon; , n, .Spencer, Scottish Chief; Will Dutilap, Hum; Fleeco Hobinson, Country Uirl; .Vr. Ueus, Page; Albert Severance, m.p-n,- l, aMjMaaaaivwaaaanawapiaHaHBi THEY ARE TH Vn-j- FAD NOW. in Now v" ' Tim 3IImm WVIillirj " """"nvra .tiirlijr. Wenlthy American, uH?cinIIy wealthy Vi.rl. enter-tMliimeut- I'ii1nr ft j ' i n..i - . j ' cor-oth- er, died j j Her-Minn- i i I j ' V . I ( j New YoiKers, hwvo of I.iih yearn dy voted giKl deal of attention to jMirlor In this ihey have followed the lend of Loudon society and there haa come into IxMiig a clah of amiuemeiit caterers wIiom province liea wholly in the line of entering to the demand for tNirior entertaiiimeiits on both sides of the water. To this china lwlong Marshal I. Wilder and .Mm. Shaw, Hie beautiful whistler. 'J he latent success in this lino in Nf w York aie tlie Miss's Web'.ing, lunglish girls who have already won n jdace in London This custom came into vogue some eight or l"ii years ago, and no less a person than Dolly T.niiant, now Mrs. Henry Stanley, set the fashion. At thnt time there wm n family of thm little girls, fnuu about seven to ten yoiira of age, all reiniirkuhle for their Tiiy were friends of Krace and Miss Tennant. but jioor, and it was she who suggestisl to thfiii to give n little eutertniiim'iit in her parlor, and ho it was that the now famous Wehliutr staters Lonl Londonderry, were Ocar Wild- -, Itnskin and otlier notable lights of Iyoiidoti wit ireaent. Josephine, the eldest of the children, Shelby's inle U the skylark. Her quaint httl iiiAtiuensiiis (ptivntel the autiience. and whm the other little tots, lVggy and Itialitid. lutd rinUliMl th.-ismall parts their future in the drawing rooms of Hngl.tiel's great jxeoj.le was it s. laum-lu'd- . re-cit- r - j u-r- , ' ONLY A MOKE DAYS Hon. I). H. Kdmiston left for Frankfort lust Monday. Have your property insured with the Pho'idx and Ktua. James F. Agent. It Mrs. (Jarnutt, Messrs. Milton Garner and Samuel Tatem aru all on the sick list this week. We are informed that tho party THEYgiven by Mis Mamiu King was largely attended and quite a duccus. T i young men's depravity is so great at present that Jitdgo Jamea holds court three days in a week Mr. Lewis Dudderar has a new .ro ccsd for saving corn a'ld the farmers from .his (section want a pattern of his imw pit. Misses Namiie Kdmiston and Maggie Middlctou have returned home after Will be offered in Christmas Novelties, Fine Watches, Jewelry and a several days' visit to Mies Mamiu Silverware, &c. Lynn, near Stanford. 'J he social given by Miss Maggie Middluton, lust Satin Jay night, in honor of hur guest, Miss Lula McClure, was enjoyed by ail present. Mr. Win. T. Stuart received two very painful and ugly wounds by his hoifco kicking him both in the face ar.d on the breast Saturday evening. ft s ' Tho Crab Orchard High School will tfVOM" OUIC open on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 1S!2. Kspecial nVa attention will be given to those preparHas the larirest nnd ing to teach. J. W. Smith, Prin. ot MOST mMPLFTR STOHK Arthur DeLiney, a son Mw$x,.t rCKSS of Mr. Live Deluney, who was bitten 5JtR-K OK by a mad dog last spring, near the poor- w i house, is now guttering with hydrophO') . . bin. . zi jir.'iv vv r r.z itz.:. it J. P. Chandler, who is a candidate ever shown in Stanford at nrices i .w. for door keeper in the Lower Hoiun of i as low as the lowest. Kuprt'Senlatives, left last Saturday for Frankfort, where he will mike the light Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, of hh life. Col. Chandler has Hd oppowho can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to nents. A negro from the mountains was in send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old the act of taking the colored folks' Christmas tree, when Simon Norris, the gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-ted- j, deacon, knocked him in the head with n and guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. blick, and Sim' Able, the p.istor, cut his hand half ort witli a knife. The Crab Orchard Masonic Lodge, Dr. No. (:5, elected ollicers as follows: -MJ. D. PetttiB, Worshipful Master; Gto. W. DeRord, S. W.; D. C. Payne, J. W.; A W. A. (aisoii, Treasurer, J. H Bailey, & D.. Curtis GoSecretary, J. C Hays, J. vt r, . D . K. Minks, Steward and T)ler. CRAR ORCHARD. FEW FOR -- Cum-min- s, -- GOBS, Ste-rliei- is HAVE TO GO And Great Will Be the Reductions in Prices. JPiLJllgfcJLjlS W. B. McROBERTS. -- The Old BieliaMe JsveeriL in the Lead, gpnsti l3?c A. R. & Penny '.iSWftM iii',iSSJif, f3. .A. Wa JA.y'rfZr -C- or j L' - Watclies and Jewelry .G.RUPLEY,- rj'lty j i Wher-Harr-Hlsbi- irg "I IKsvcLb A OUti-rvalioi- i - i OF A STAft. mmnw!Bm Is Receiving His , ipu-stio- , e J ( Ma-m- g, gn-ct- a - ' lrk j j Ssv -. . w well-know- j , ' y y.?w w ms& -- 7M --it.j " ex-upo- n -, ' mil-hli- WM Z' I'rrnrli Antruiinuicr "nkr llrmark. ,y t'i X.iUcil llye. nll A coinmuni'-atini- i from M. Cnmilln the French astronomer, in the New York Herald mentions his dis Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me covery at duviv obserntorj' Of the movement of u atar by the naked eye. MaMaVMHNMMMNWMu This is the nrt time in the history of Hhtronomy, he snys, that the displacement of a star has Ihwii fccttled without Instrumental aid. (LATK Al.KXANPErt'S HOTKI.,' The star to which he refers shines the brilli-m- t sliir "Cluster" in the constellation of the Virgo. It is numAND bered M.t,v-ouand is of tho fifth magnitude. Hippiuvhus described it two 2.50 thousand years ago as a double star, it was then optically double, only not Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housphysically connected with another LOUISVILLE, KY. star. But it is no longer double even W. R. LOGAN, It was in the attempt in appearance. A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. to ascertain the stellar parallax by the study of double stars, that tho elder llcrschcl found evidence of the great law that the dominion of gravitation extends lx'.vond the limits of the solar .system to the most i emote regions of th Fall and Winter Goods call. THE WICJLILA Per Day. IB e, u THOROUGHLY, RENOVATED IMPROVED. Rates Manager. ' color-!fitoc- Mis-se- a . I n rctep-range- d ! Har-Koot- Lip-lande- r; j j j j any change in the relalivo positions of stars can be detected. Hut when the star is in line of sight observations with the spectroscope make it posMblo to determine its rate of approach or recess sion. More than twenty years ago found by this humus that Arcturus was approaching us at a speed of sixty miles a second, while Sirius was increasing his distance by nearly a third much per second in the constellation of Star sixty-onthe Virgo was once near star sixty-threforming with it. apparently, u double star. Now it is separated, says M. Flnmimirion, "by a distance, exceed- ing by far that of tho full moon, and it is Hying with a rapid eour&o to tho southwest and preparing itself to abandon the Virgo. it arm and its 'Cluster,' to go and lose Ittelf in tho folds of Hydra, which unveil themselves in tho south." Hug-gina-- s e n Star atlases constructed by M. and others .show that not infre- qucntiv manv stars in the .same region of tho heavens travel in company, or exhibit, as one mijs. a "gregarious tendency." It Is nut often, therefore, that Flam-mario- bpace. 5T llflKlUJHfil for "Cat vfHIHIPBV Infants and H Children. dl- - orla ii no well adapted to children that I recommend ltaaujrlortoanjrprescriiUon H. A. ARCiirn, M. D Vnowrn to me " 111 So. Oxford Et., UrooUju, N. Y. Cantoria cures Colic, Constipation, Kour Stomach, Uiarrluva. EruetaUon, Kills Worm, gives klii, and promote cestlon. Without Injurious medication. Thc CcNTicn Coupamt, 77 Murray Street, M. Y. e, 1 iREDUCTION -- IN- WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY During the Holidays at -- A I.hiii.'itkuh CrWK. , -- - -i f J ,"' - '-'0 1 J . l, A gentleman who was last winter in tho south relates, that upon one occasion ho went with some friends to a colored service, .s.i, tho Boston Courier. At the cloae of the sermon a contribu-tion wa.s taken up, and us the plate was passed to him he dropped into it a silver null dollar, meaning mis u no tor mo whole party. The colored deacon who was passing the plate regarded it an in stant with a stuiK'tled air. and then said in a hoarse whisper: ' I ake out dat ar hilbcr." "Isn't it eno'igh." the gentleman asked, much amused. "Lor bless ycr," responded tho deacon, "wo don't put sillier into this yer plate. Dat old nigger proncher'd get m puffed up dat we tins couldn't lib wid him, noway. me argument, was too convincing to Ik? resisted, especially as by this time the whole congregation was watching the colloquy between the deacon and tie stranger, and tho gentleman hastily exchanged a handful of pennies for the silver pieco. The deacon passed on smiling, with tho air of a man who had bkillfully brought tha church bark past a dangerous rapid. 1 i " fvrrft-HTnnvn- n irnmTXVTr'ihur O.CJ Be sure and call before buying elsewhere. Go ! to J. B. FOSTER - For Lemons, Figs, liaisins, -tf ji Candies, IMuts, Oranges Canned Goods of All Kinds and Everything1 youNead in the Grocery or Hardware line. At' - r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1891 THE BRiDE-GROO- , Forgets ! i ? r of an event which took place at Hustonville a few days ago, in which I had the honor of playing quite o prominent role, has hardly died away for mo to resume the newspaper Thk stupendous exhibition of practi- work, but I shall endeavor notwithcal politics and of the doctrinu that to standing to give a fow notes I carelessly ko victors bplonji tho spoils wns too jotted down on tho trip from Moreland much oven for Speaker Criep and he to Washington. Of coiiise the C. S. train was late on had to go to bed immediately after his committees. His lending the day we left and it was my good rntmietitnr. Mr Mills, was not only pleasure to bu held over an hour or 60 Bhnmefully ignored, but nearly every with good friendi, whoso congratulatory man who voted for him was punished. remarks, htill ring Ju my ears. Then , Of the 110 men who voted in caucus for too, it afforded tho funnv man a most Crisp 47 got chairmanships and the oth- excellent opportunity to get oil" his jokes ers the best assignments. Tho advance- which for the most part he made me the ment of so smooth a bore as Montgom- butt of. It is remarkable what a groat ery at the expense of lireckinridg- and number of funny men there are still left to a private on in the country and it is proof conclusive reducing Gov. McCreary tke committee on Foreign A Hairs, when to me that Barnum and tho other great showmen failed to do their duty in thoir by every sense of reason, justice and ho should have been placed at its search for rare collections. The C. S". train maintained its well eshead, shows th t Mr. Crisp is a very small man and not coital to tho work tablished reputation for being behind expected of him. The result of so time and it was sulliciently lato to make a policy must result in fac- us lose tho connection for Washington, of and the consequonce was we were obligtional fights and tho frittering away grow out of ed to good results that might take an accommodation train in the the tremendous democratic majority in stead of tho great "Fast Flying VirginCongress. Crisp has made a bait begin- ian." We were some --'4 hours on the ning and already demonstrated that he road from Cincinnati, but had wo made will not bn a worthy successor of John connection at the latter place, would G. Carlisle, the fail est and most conser- have made the trip in less than 20. vative Speaker who ever presided over The route from Cincinnati to Ashland was new country to me and revealed the American Congress. quite a number of towns of which I Mn. K. W. Newman, writing from knew s but little. It isn't a , says "Washington to the Con- route, by a long shot, but on the contrathere is very little drinking among for- ry, runs through n rather poor portion gressmen and others compared with of the State. The railroad sticks close mer times, and adds that the day of the to the Ohio river bank and the two great drunkard is past in this countrv, that modes of travel can be seen side by side. drunkards no longer till tho halls of From the number of boats that ply the Congress; drunkards do not operate our Ohio at present one would conclude that railroads, direct our bank?, mako our a big business is being done, but I was newspapers, write our literature, ex- informed that the steamers are rttu prinThe wan pound our laws and morals. cipally for freight ami that the number who would be a ruler in Israel in this of passengers who choose that delightfu day mutt be a ruler of his appetite for way of travel is exceedingly small. drink. This is gratifying indeed. DrunkWo passed through several boom ards are tit for nothing else but o drink towns en route to Washington, but like busiwhisky. Nobody wants them in those of Kentucky, they aru about as ness, they ought not to be permitted to dead as a door mi 1. Kenova, riHmed for tolh ave oflice and society ought not to the States of Kentucky, Ohio and Virnot, taste not, hanerate them. Touch ginia, some live miles from Catlettsburg, dle not is the safest and b?st plan. is the liveliest ono of them, but even Knows, of Birmingham, that place shows clearly that its race :e Miss Sadik iirnde her lover, Wm. Keese, a Christ run. That Christmas was not far olF, I was mas present of a revolver. The next they quaireled over a trivial matter, thoroughly impressed, as we caiim thro' day the little mining towns of West Virginwhen the bruto drew the pistol anl We wont sav ia. At each of these places our train blew her brains out. greetttd by loud and prolonged veils that tho poor girl deserved her fate, hut was present any person which showed very significantly that a pistol is the last hardy minors either had Christmas should bestow. Like a gun, it is danger- the lock, stock or barrel land in their bones or a pretty fair supply o f ous without makes a coward of a man after he carries bug juice on hand. They were quite orit awhile, even if he had some claim to derly, however, and were merely "celebrating" among themselves. nerve before. The C it O., which, by the wiy, is The Indiana coal miners, after losing the best equipped road in the country, fully a mi'lion dollars by thoir strike, runs through some extremely pictur-esqii'- J scenery, not surpassed greatly have oflered to return to work at the old figures, but thu operators having lost oven by that found among the Rockies. their market are not sure that they can The building of the road through no I mountainous a country, as well as a poor Kiva them steady employment. laboring class U out) try, required a lumarkablv amount will it take the learn that strikes are not tho proper of nerve, as well as money, but it has means for gaining their points, but that proved a paying investment. Managed arbitration and compromise is the moro by odicera and directors of experience mauly and business liko way. and ability and manned by the cleverest of gentlemen whoever ,mlled a condemned lot It is not often that a man death while or turned a brake, the C. it O ,' unlobe hung dies a natural der tho new refine, is a success indeed awaiting the execution of the judgment nnd deserves the praise it receives from against him, hut Isaac Siwtelle, ,at Con- its patrons. cord, N. II., furnished an exception. Ho We arrived in Washington at sunriso died of apoplexy Saturday. It will b on Christmas morning, just as tho chilremembered that ho killed his brother dren were searching their little stockto get possession. of hi money by cut ings to see what "Santa Glaus brought ting oh" his head, which he took to them, anil the gay urchin ran from Maine and hid in order to rais's doubt as door to dor with the oxclam-ati.ito what State tin murder wis commitnf"Chrntuns gift." The linn nf ted in. cannon an the tooting of horns was his call for lie trd, but save that it looked lik- any aittr.-fGen. Ca!ti.bms a naucu to the "diniH:ratic infuibers- - otner than Christmas time in tho capital elect" of the general assembly. It will bo city. The Congressmen, Senators and held to night to noammtw otti ers and travelin, population generally hail goue independents and mugwump will be home to eat Christmas turkey and the given a cold shoulder, as they should b". city really had on its mourning garb. Christmas diy was a dark, dreary one, A rautankorous republican his as much a diinocratic caucus sh Tom Pet-ti- t mnl I spent it for tho most part in hotel right in lobbies. The usual amount of political and men of his ilk. gossip is going on, but sufficient time is A Lkii.vnon, Tens., court has been taken for an occasistul "Merry Christguilty of the absurdity of sentencing a mas," "Happy New Year" and the like. man to fwo life terms in two separate The gossipersalso find time to go for n cases and in two others of eight and ten glass of ocoasionully, which years respectively. It would seem that Hows freely at the hotels on Christmas a person guilty of so much deviltry day. The Kobitt, where we aro located, ought to have been more expeditiously made barrel after barrel, and many an disposed of at the end of a rope. old lobbyist's knees smote one against the other ere the day had passed. The Louisville Times contains a good I celebrated Christmas day by calling picture of Col. Silas Adams, tho silent at the White House. I suppose .Mr. man from Casey, who will Harrison was not in, us a large sig n begin his second term as representative across tho door read "Closed." I shall from his county and Itusse'l. There aro go again and if the Bign'is not few better men in either party than Col. taken down, will see what the trouble is Adams and pity it is that there are not with the little man with the big hat. more like him to make our laws. I ran across Jim Jones, from London, The Koston barber who beat his wife's this a. m. He has become a Washington brains out because she would not give nianand was certainly in the swim him more room in bed, ought to be giv- when I saw him. A Congressman on en all the room he wuiila in hades, sluol either arm and a long Prince Albert coat body, the regeheuna, hell or whatever you call it adorning his is far more publican politician was in the fight sure p. d. q. Hia r01P on earth enough. desirable than his company. I notice no chango in the capital Hince Christinas day waa celebrated in I was here last, nor have any of the Harrodaburg as follows: Lee Bennett large public buildings moved their sites. waa shot in the arm by Abe Bridges. Washington'a monument is also standA railroad man was shot by unknown ing where it was and in fact I see little parties. George Mosby waa shot in tho or no change since I, in my feeble way, abdomen by Abe Curd and cannot re- attempted to write up the place some four years ago. . 0. W. cover. Stanford, Ky., Ducemiieu 29, Not His "Old Love" While on With The Mew. Washington-- , Pec. IV.. The excite-mon- t W. P. WALTON. suill-clentl- narrow- -minded J. C. King haa sold his fnrm of 17"i acres, on Drake's Creek, to Grovo C. The deaths of Col. A. J. Herd, 02, Kennedy at $33. and Mrs. Brutus J. Clay, aro noted in I). W. Vitndevcer sold to J. Ilarlar, the Kichntond Register. yearlings at lie. Mr. A terrible snow storm and blizzard Harlan bought 20 S5 ill) , do in Mercer have swept tke Northwest and the mer- at Bailie priro. cury went out of sight. C. 1. Cecil and S. G. Boy'o have The lvtibtern Michigan Lunatic Asy- sold to J. T. Carter, of Kansas, the lum burned, but its S90 inmates were handsome Htallion, Gill Boyle, 2:27, by gotten out with but little injury to Gambettti Wilko. for $1,000. them. The NewB says that Leer Bros., of The vestibule train on tho K. T, V. Umirlinn. Mild in n Mi.sFOiiri man 12 i&G. ran off thu track near Williams, Ga jacks at fSoO to $l,o(X; tw o jennets, H 0 j u to iWl, and 17 pntsengers were more or loss se- toi7.H); three htallious at riously hurt. 12 cots wold sheen at S12 lhn H. W. Barker, an ex deputy pheriff Nhip.ient aggregated a little over tl- (UK) of Bell county, arrested for orookednes ll is a in his accounts, has of Sherill Slusher. XKW AIiVKUTKEMK.VVS. Col. Win. J I. Churchill, half owner of Churchill Downs, is dead at Louisville, agod 7S, Ho married the widow of a nephew of George I), Prentice, who Hvm rM my farm, I will rll at puMI- u survives him. on hA lion ....... 'I'KllAt, JAN lh. all myKk II. M.. Il..ul Villi .u. t..l N. C, Col. Win. .IWI'lllii'l .,1 ..v.w-.li. 4..U1VH, .l'l I.I.Vl. Near Goldpboro, ImCorn, Co Ctlf,to l'.r., t(k bbU.I.V( wife and two children were plement. Household ami Kltrlun I'uinltut, Ai.., IVnrsull, his aaia4arM mv awaw via llraa. katabilU wn llk.i xiotuk u ihv ihj .i irnin iTini iiiv. burned to death in their home. It is I believed they were murdered and the that erm tintFor smnnof Sin am unlrr, cmh. ocr am. a iitMit of iniMuh ulth mlrirtt. v torch applied to conceal the crime. PC iu j v i gang of Bob Sims and four of his outlaws in Alabama, who burned the Stockholder' Mooting:. house of n neighbor and murdered the inmates as they escaped, wore captured, A wcllnc of the itnilholitin at the National ut their hanklHg Haul of Utntoiivllle will h, and were taken from tho sheriff by a bourn.' in Hutonille on tic hfl srvoml I uMlay iu with Januar) ixi'. for the purpote o( elrcliat; nine mob and hung. They all died I)iTMtot to cr' th- Jtnvimi; W 8 til lKK'Kl'.K, Caihwr cuiBes on their lips. NEWSY NOTES. to 700-pouu- d With three nppUwitlotiH of Mit..T. I. r.vsK. flllcltory Orovo Fnrm. home Unclne, of Juy.KytvSrcJremedy, I VIh.,ni: 'Afifrlryliir rcinoveil it lur!i Iliitirii cvtiry known of two yearn Mantling, front u3 jenr oltl lltly, MX . ; Z -- QUINN'S OINTMENT, j rnml III liaMnmPaiiCNw. A nTITOTTT! 2il35i!KSiB, o.ii-h- . iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ItlMlipbestprcptirntloiiI linvprvrriiwilorlifitril I of. I heartily rivommriul it tft all Uoraitutti. ' s IIVAate humlrati of Hteh testimmiah loo St.SOpprliollIr. A(k yotirilrnuiat fori! lf!-r formal' i a not ket'iut niiilmiv MniniorMl W. II. i:il)V .V ".. AVlillflinll. IN. V. t : aon-in-la- wa ts&(j& fc. 11. ook-keepi- ng, .r fMirmr.V'. Ciiit-titiintl- , . Cor. ! Hi .c Vim-- , O. Short-Han- d, Type-Writin- g, Teleg! apiiy. - 1 m C . Business Practice. Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, Penmanship and all Business Branchos. - Htid Twtlvr I0O2. Established fur KtiKiix-fu-l.nni-1'iirMiltH.iimirMilint iiiiittiliinliirur!ir. t'i with tho tttn-- a. i I'oiiiiniiiiity. Hum thtif tlic Flu tliiirxiU)tlil ci(eiif. iirr f frmtif timf re nhhil in amirfiii; rniifj;rirrtl. The rim nit ' Thr nt low MKiiri", lhty ami Nlalit smIok. loei ronmiutlile. Ihmnl enti Im IihiI in the us protnistv. lnttiK'ti(iii Mih.iiiMi, fiirciituluKtuC W McGEE, Principal llii-liic- an 11 i - I Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. . - vt-a- 1 M ll.ll M.M. TJ HUSTONVILLE." I II HI HI I W Stockholders' Hooting. plum-puddin- Fall Session Tuesday, Scptcuiber 1 xst, 1891. Blue-gras- Courier-Journal- 1 low-lon- g bell-co- rd oft-hea- 1 o - ( I , j egg-no- The holidays tints far havo passed without incident, out of regular routine. g Kgg nog, Thomas and Jeremiah, and mince pies, have no serious indiscretions entered on the debit of their accounts, while foolish fireworks are responsible for neither stampede nor conflagration. James 15. Green was handsomely reat membered by his Sunday-schoMoreland. A magnificent crazv quilt, of different lino goods, each square the donor'g name in needlework, and a jrnir of head rests by two of the charter momlHTS. who hail marrie.i aim iuovcmI from Moreland, and couldn't find room in the quilt for a square, were intrusted to St. Nicholas fdr ddiery and the coumlimeiitarv and affectionate note Hri'otnnanvini! tht tribute to his piety, xeal and lon continuance in his good works, which have so bountifully borne fruits, of which Moreland and vitinity aro extremely proud, will always be proudly tnmsured. John C. Frvc, of I'lnno, Texas, ar rived Wednesday on a visit to Kentucky relatives. Mr. Fryu emigrated from that Wast Knd in the fall of 'SI and this Is hi first visit. Mws Lima Woods, of Garrard, is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Reid. George Weatherford was down from Richmond. James W. Jameson, of Lebanon, a former landmark of tins city, is hereon a visit to friondn. Misa M.uiu Cooko and her brother William, of Garrard, left for home Friday. Miss Georgia McAfee left Friday on a visit to her brother Will, of Hanging Fork's lower waters. Sam I'oacoc'k has arrived, after n prolonged trip working up a trade as oculist, and he handle a better lino of cowls than anybody in tho business. W. amsburg, is heio lorn W. Kvnris. of W attracted by one of the irre short htuv. sistible iiiiignntes, for which this end is narticularlv famous. Jack eathermril, of Chicago, is here visiting his brother, Geo., whom he hadn't seen in --,o years. Mrs. R. J. Lyles and Miss Helen JUnl went to Lexington to visit their cousin, Mrs. Dr. Leo HulLnen. Billy Stagg has had a ten days' struggle with the grip and rheumatism, which have tinged his Christmas a navy blue, whilst his peepers and proboscis are pronouncedly a turkey red. The Christian church was crowded Christmas eve. notwithstanding the in- clemency of both weather and comments of a frw neighboring exemplar!' of morality and reliicious propriety, who took occasion to pound the pulpitw and claw the air in their tirudeH against the wicked nVtiou of Santa Clans regularly slipping down chimneys on Christmas eve, with a sleighdoad of nice Jure acuta for good little boys and girla. But wo have come to expect na a mattur of number of our coiirs-- tlmt a goodly kind will turn black in the face in their painful efforts to swallow an ordinary farm gite, whilst thev "worry down" a with the eaue and gusto l installment from their prithat a regular vate jugs is on the sly taken for the But the chimatoinach'a sake (?) Bah ney, to have been, grew to tho proporand tions of an immense smoke-stac- k cheery nnd witty manthe charmingly ner in which Billy Williams an old Santa tore down nnd distributed the materials of tho towering structure inspired universal hopes, in that big crowd, tlui' only Sinta'a periodical visits will cease from when old Karth has been dropped the planetary system and dissipated through space in atomatic pigments. Three times three cheers ond a tiger for St. Nicholas and confusion confounded to every carping opponent are the sentiments of all our good children. col-lim- mediae or the locltKliIar oT thr Kim at Hank will be held at their kHkis Itoux conl Taowlajr in J.nuai iu !Unfoid wi tke 1891, for tkr pvipoac of rlMtiac detan fJirrctota to crr the rntulnt- enr .,-JOHN- J. McKOIir.RTS, Caakier. A Nu-tl- I'ultcorptol Cmitervaturv and Normal Sh.Hl tea :.er. Superior ioroin l.ileratnie. Muu amt Art. Kicellcut boardmc deHtrtiniHil. CaiK(.i an 1 irrulart lurtiiiSe.l on appli. atioit Stockholders' Llccting". of the toi khi.l.lri A of the Farmer will llaak IruCo on tkelie hrM t their bankingr, Wdncei4.iT in tniuae in ,Stanford ili.-- tcr the purpoaeuf elacliac eleven I)i-- I privet tv etvethv enuiu mw-tin- e T TT7 Jan-uar- ol trt R COATS Dpess Cl'KI'S, I.OVIiH, V In T 13"f-VOy O 1111 O con-ta:nin- i: Si-t- d J B.OW.NU"V.Ca.hir )ar N1SC2:VKAU. COMeAKS. Notico of Election. County liuDdiae; and Saving AtaocUiion ill be held at the office ot ttc larmen Hank ,V Tru.t O. on Saturday, Dec X; mr the purnow of t'ae enauin year ttrcblf nine Ihrecttra to Sj.jt J. H. BAt'tiHMAN ec'. Heavy Undepweap, ianiT ' -- LOCUSt" IJROVl." STO CK F A. P-- 2 FOR SAI.K. Tke nnetat Farm and ricket toil in Liocln co., ! Blne-lV- r aaa Lamd, aitua-te- d s acre Hithin two milet ot Sun.ord, iha coauty aeat of liacolo. rmnted hy the Shrlbr Ciijr tureplke and acceaMblc to the Stanford ao DttnvtlH turn pike. Thi it one of the beat Slock Farm in the a in a hick alate of culu-- i region and ration. Abundance of water lor all prpo Soil in frriUeaad ia xntable for the xrnwiaa; of It an ken p tobacio, corn and wkeat TaMi he divtded aayd located at. that It I'h.' improveeaenta are a Imk Fnrmi ad ' coatBodluuv dweUina; a enajvmuWnt stock barn Ac, the bealot fruit wf ail kmda, te. Fortator-nuuon- , K II. JURS, Stanford. apply la coinpriin a y&rw Tiznirhnm CIIII-IJltlCN'S Hlue-Gra- ua fnl twne 32KN'S, WOMICN'S AND CP O V II) ibKIM. " MII.EV, MniUe. 1MB FINE SHOES. H'HOBEHTS &: Linwk Co, Siii&g Si OK Savings' KY , , kmiim w.il on Jin. HXGGXjMS. STANrOIlt), Offn in Karmera HiuV It. i,4. Trutt Co Issue Another Scries of Stock. Aay ene l in a afa iavcMment would d well to invcatujale. Weekly paymenta $ centa. Haa made mere than S per cent, ain.e orf annatioa. hnablee n.eu of limited maana to aaciMc a homo. Money t. Imq on rood ml estate. T II I. lIAKbT. S H "HANKS. II. C. I'ARRIS. I. S. MUUHFS, I N.MKKKPEF. W A TRIKH1.K. H. KAUOHMAN, JOft. SEVBRANCK i PKVTON x-ri 1 &.&W.HLWEA RESM Hcmlqtiartcrs For Stoves, JOS. SKVF.RAN'CK, Pre.Wient: : See1-J H KAUCIIMAN W. M. IIHKJHT.Trwweww. Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves, II. T. ISUSII, REAL ESTATE AGENT, Stanford, Ky. Ih.v- hc-- Stcveware, ' Stovepipe. SANTA CLAUS' SUPPLY Of Cliris.lm.ii Toys were exhausted before reaching our store, but we .ire he.tt quarters for y inte a H n - - full-fledg- saw-mil- 1 well-turne- d farmTndjradTitems, Yesterday waa a dull court in Lancaster with no sales of cattle. J. K. Lynn sold to Jesse and Monte Fox 10 slop cattle, 1,210 lbs., at 3c. Farmers that' buyi plows without first seeing Geo. D. Weareu will lose money. J. C. King will Bell his stock and other property at hia borne on Drake's Creek, Jan. 0. well iniprced and K0"1' Iroiu 5010500 Atren tuniiirij hi rit and fir Ccns.drrin lhei l' all y tlieir till t ui m il tie coiiveuieuii- of lurnpla.i-- t and right In our lo.'f, ihry thai hrniK iiurkets are helper th n the 1ikI of any ntker onntv.in There it M'arcely a Farm in tke cuin-ttht-- State tcr t miles from a ileiot I he iiiutiiy it checked with turnpike rutin rj inevery dirictlun Thtite ia not n public rnd en tertHa; the 'ounty teat that i mil Macadnmued We have the Knoxill liraluh ol tti I. A N It K. dividinK the Lounly from Haat to Wet and the C. S R R Inim North to Mnilh; the K C K R I row thu place to Cincinnati, croatin; the C HI), at Wiuchekier, sivini; full acinat to the marl i. ol the whole wvrld. llutHUt, r hae three largii the county that Kive ua a market Flcur M1II1 for all our Krai iiht at home; and the tedlop-rnen- t ot the mountain region ol Kattern and Kentucky be isilroadt and the outSouth let Smith hy ruilroada hat created uch a demand for all kinds uf c erealt and iirovi nder that weean tcurcoly retain euouxh lor homecontumption. 1 hi' people arc protperout, geiieroua and kind, believing in Chrittianity and education. There it not a tieiKhborhuod in the county but hat it good church and Stanford, the county teal of Lincoln.it a protperout little city of about 3.500 tnhab.tant and it t lie ;re.il doorway from the North and North-caSouth and from the Xorihwpit to sontheaat, and itandldK at it doet cain; right Into thu bosom of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Kentucky backed up by the whole rttgiun ol the Stale with railroads running tlimuch it to all points of the coinpasi, make it naturally one of the bett located towns In the South fur mannf acturet and other enterprises of magnitude. Water Works are now being agitated and rijrht of mile abouu the town ubnuti there could be erected Water Works with very little cct that would supply a city of 1511,000 inhabitants with the purest and best w.ucr in thu world Our little city has been newly rebuilt in the last few yean and its business houiesard will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are We have two all prosperous and doing well banks with a capital stock ot $400,000 that are prosperous and in a good condition We have splendid schools, We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over too pu- 111 attendance and under the prlncipalilup ol rof. J M Hubbard, is in a flourishing condition. We also have a Seminary that Is a good school, with 1'rof I). F. Ill.tkemanat its head. We have one of the hot I'ublic School buildings iu this section of the State, with over too puptlt in attendance, and with other good private school:, you tee our tchool facilities arc excellent We have clrgant church builniugs, representing every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers offias .clasa talent and are doing a better business than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make this aiitcmrnt as facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, at those who know will bear no out, and those who wish to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate among a good people with all the best surroundings, would do well to call and tee mo before purchasing; elsewhere. 'I h-- i e h lamia, rarmt i.uraat.- nl.crit 1. - ji ii,Imd RMS lor .!. l.liii.iiln ! ih-er- touiily ir - riLna rail-roa- d SIffi mm, DRESS WDS, MrTLE&S, SILK fiUDSnCBBR, & 111 11 huol-hom- e. st A Select line of Ladies' and Gentlemen's fine Customi - Made Shoes Men's, Joys' and Youth'.s Suits and Overcoats. Nice line of Voting Men's Stiff Hats, a nice line of Ladies' Jackets, which wc propose closing out in the next 20 days regardless f price. A beautiful line of cheap Rockers nothing nicer for a Christmas present. In Groceries wc defy competition. Arbuckle's Coffee 20c package; Granulated Sugar 20 lbs. for $i C Sugar 20 lbs. for Si; N. O. Su-Highest market price for country produce. J lbs. for 5 1. 1 2 lllun-Grnv- s W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Full Line of three-fourt- 11 A splendid assortment of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC FRUITS. We also desre to call the attention of the public to our line of Fi:ar - ANTD - FAJNTCTr FARRIS & ,.y . - CADDIES, Which is Unequalled. V RDIN. STANFORD, KY tts i, ' , ?Tr 'r Semi-Week- ly InteriorJomrl Ml, -- A cottage on HtiBtonvlIlo Btreet nml tworoouiH In my rcHidoneo for runt. J. K. Alfortl. Tiik Undo Josh Spruccby Co., booked for next week writes to chnniro its dnte to .Inn. 'J, which lias been done. 2l. JjY order to- - Btanjxjiu), Kv., Di:cEMnr.n 185)1 B.O.WAI.TON, BU8,MQnnRor MEANS Wk linvn just received twentv-fiv- o Hm lino of Bample shoes jiHt received. Call and the best bargain yon over pieces of carpet, nleo new lot of runH nnd oil cloths. Severance & Son. secured. It. F. .loues, Sr. j,-- BUSINESS. Day IIoaiiiikiim Wantimi, and ono room with hoard, nt Mrs. Kate Dttddurar's, on IincnBter street. PreM-byteri- fur-nislit- 'd buildini; u fltorc r(K)iii and reaidenco corner Main and New pike nnd will open n grocery 6tere, 1). Amikkbo.v is J. Reduce : Our Carpets, Cloths, Straw Matting, tock at ibnont Arruit payuiK juries, Jw , Trustee of Lost. A bUek ciiMhmcre shnwl hu- the Jury Fund, It. (i. Alford, tlls us tween Mr, H. C. Wnrren's nnd tho Vrif dfnni U ntiW reildV. cnll nmlHettlc. A. U. lVniiy. church, Friday niijht. Myi. Hint he will turn into the SUteTrcnsury, Hock nml jewelry Stephen It iirch. collected, from license, Jnn. 1, H.WKyoiirwntdi, repaired nt A. It. Ponny'fl. All work fines, forfeitures, iVc. Anrrnnted. A i oi.i) snap succteded n wurni Christ-ma- s IUmkmhku thntnll Bilvurwnru. wntchc-H(Josh Storo find thf dy and Sunday nnd yesterday were Ho to tho Now of Ilnmb'irv,to India linrings, Ac , bought nt A. It. I'enny H will importation bright and crip. "Wnrmer, fair" is the best bo engraved free ot charg. en nnd Swisfl embroideries, plain anil prediction for Oil c., plaid IndiA linens, lawn strijHtj, dimity, PERSONAL POINTS. Tntt buiensler concert "Tun Sec, Ac, best ever exhibited in Stanford. KIM, 11 of rinevillc, isRt HAlUin NiKhta in a Ilr Kooin" Fridny nljrht, These ioo1h aro to b eohl troin live Iiih inother'H here. nnd "I'ncle Josh prnceby," Satunlay cents to fiO cents per yard. Come to seo I.K8I.U U. WiiaoN, of Oivinpflville, la niht, oiicht to Kive our oplo miotic )i them. J.S. Hughes. with ruliitivpfi hero. nmtiBemunt for the week. Mit. Hii Stalu'IT, of IouiHvillc, is on A (iIikat Miskai. Tiikat' Tho con n visit to his mother. iNrE.vniAHihH aru iipiiu at work in csrt to be given this (Tuesday) evening Mum Katk IUtnkii, of Ilrodhoud, is Danville. Another attempt to burn nt the Opern House, by Prof. Raphael uniting Minn Hnttie House. business houses was made Christmas Kooster will be enjoyed by old and MihAnsii: Waltkk. of Gnrrnrd, to night, hut the hln.e wns discovered i n young people nlike. The musical bill of visiting Mish Nnnuie Walter. time to prcvcntncnnll'Uiratinn. faro in most excellent nnd of great varieMil. K L Tannkii, Jh, of Lexington, ty. Let everybody attend nnd enjoy tho Those indebted to mo will confer a fa with hm pnrentfl nt MeKinney. sweet music. General admission 25c, settling withMihskh CiKomiiK and Mamoii: I.kwih great faor by calling nnd reserved seats itoc al McRoberta drug out having to be dunned. I need the nro viuitinK Mib. Yv. II. Iligginn. Btore. money to carry on my business anil must Mil AND M 119. HoitALK lillOWN, of I.CX- Tnuv say Ingalls has too much apprehavo it by Jnn. I, or sooner. II. C. KuMrs. K. C. HoIiii'h. ihgton, went ciation of the lit nets of things to want 'pluy. .Mumhis. Wick .m Kiss Dii.uon spent the appointment of Senator from KanClirifltniHS with their parents here. AriMibrasH hand ami oichestra go sas nfter his defeat by tho representatives I'ltKlTY Mibm LoTriK Dii.t.io.v, of Cmh with "Ten Nights in a Par ltoom" nnd of tho people, but that's too iridetcent Orcliuril, ic nt the l'ortiunii House. (tirnii excellent music. At 2 o'clock to even dream on. He'll not only take " Mit. J M. Stnoi.n bus moved to Hr. Fridny the band will give a street painde A. it, hut is praying for tho lightninir to phico on Main Mrcet. Vnn Arfidnlc'n worth seeing. Come and tnko it in, strike him. Tho eye of the governor Mn. (iKoiiuK Hl'Iitos, of Pittsburg, is along with the show nt night. though, is soid to be llxed on Pen Simppi nding few "lays nt IiIb old home son, a stalwart lepublicnn, to twliom he , TO- Tins has been tho ipiietest Christmas of Lexington, I)n. I.kk F. owes his election as tho chief execuwe ever saw in Stanford. There has is uniting his hrother and ulster here. tive. Mics.Sai.lik Cookk, n charming little been no disturbance worth mentioning Tint Danville reporter for the daily is with Mrs. (J. II. Cooper. and so far we have seen iiu drunken Wcflt men. This is an enviable record, which papers is an enterprising youth, m lens t Mum us. Ki McI'iiHKirra, U 0. he seeipn to lie out for the stutl He got nml Dr. It. C. Murgiiti nro quite it is hoped we will always maintain. an item n week old about the killing of III. CoMiutr. The Ijtucnster Record says young Paul at Hariimati, Tenn , from Mu andMiw. J. R. Mouxt, of of Piof. Koester's concert, to be given at this paper, and telegraphed it to th e nro nt Mr. J. M. .McRoborta, NI) SICK WHAT MONKY WILL IK). Wnlton's Opera House tonight: The Cornier-Joinal Sunday nnd a few days Jr. h. Di'.nn, of Motitictdlo, is urogmmine will ecnsi-- t of several over ago worked the Juiquircr with one more Miib. Jknmk orchestra mid than n year old about Harvey McAn up to spend the holidays with her jxir- - tures by the vocal, violin and piano solos by tho pro nich, of Cnsev, jMving n couple of sharks CIllH. ftMMwr biirvM'H, 11. W. Pat son, Mistcs for an alleged gold brick, wide I Mus. tiMiMs MIj I'hhHiih and Mr. Nelle Johnston, l.ulu ltotmn nnd Maye turned out to bo the poorest' kind of W tiriiiuM nr all down with tb Hughes, toguthr with a recitstion by breed. ti). kiuI Swbra Unyi MiM Ulliu Marrs. Miwiw Kirn Nahikk its powc r It crc.itis the steam that run", tho engines of the wotld, and why not be ti power in piuclinsing nd w in f i NoTwiriisTAsnixn the ordinance p urc ueiliug Mm. J. W. Ilttotiii, nt Mh. A. I). Kbid writes from Richsale and the shooting of lite the mond: "1 until yon would please sy crackers and otherexplosives, there was Ml'B .loll.V Um.LlitMtON llMS fiOtIO to for me through your jmpur that I am ncai ly a continual volley all night inothor, who it very grateful to thtt koimI poopta of Sui n Thursday. There wero no arrasts and WilliniDHhurK to eo ( nte ill ford and tho4' others ot the county who jHKinlo who ow n property, which wb ? SHOES, , MlMM. Ilttlt: AND MaUUIB 1)01)1)6,. Of took so much interest in my work while seriously endangered by the reckless use PnnuHe, were th gwrBt of Mrs. J. I. I wan there, for their help , and I am es- of lire work-- , ai asking if we ronlly will Portmnu. pecially grateful to you and tho young havo night police protection or not? We Come and try it; then if you are not pleaded, return to your lir.t love. stull'. not give any price, because I piefer you slionld should see the Mibbm Caiikih am) Mamik Cckhky, Indies and gentlemen who so kindly are for giving the boys one night in the l.aniaM r bcnutie.s, nto nmn of Mln mo." year, hut after the council had ordered Annie llnle. iMiught a complete otherwise it should have seen that the WkJImivc recently ). P. punl) brble huvo I ..I order was obeyed if it took every man in moed to Mrti. Um)h 1'Irwin'rt farm on stock of grocorie. hanhvsre, quHenswnre, town to union e it And all 1im11 share alike- - the mil, the poor, the gieat, the strong, the week, the wiVo and foolUh. .Money will tell. I nm do- woodenware, kv., and cotiin before the the Piuivf In pike. teriniued to public with every article new and fresh Miib Wm. Ti'iinbk, who Imw Im MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Mib. W. It. McRoherta ratiinied to from the cities, mid am we have no old c-s- n . o-oonstock to curry, we will endeavor to make 21, and Mattie W. It. Hauling (iroen yehtenlny. will be to the interest of ev- Susan Aker, U. were married Sunday. Mu (Mi Mm. T. J Pmtnk wnt oror prices that on us. With our Prank Crabtree and Nannio Wren If clo-- e attention to btiMiicx. fair dealing and low prices will do it so come to the stoic next to Karri- - and Hardin'-- , in tho ti J pwimino yesterdny to we their erybody to milthe business wo think jxist Cellcy Hotel and scenic. wu ctlobmtoil Christinas by getting marexperience in daughter, Mrs. Tom Metolfo. Call on ried. - know wiiat the tmde requirus. Mkhsiw (). I.. axiiT. V. JiMC,ofOn. Will he George Vcmii, of Duiville, and Miss trnl Vnivertdty, moon n visit toj their us. next door to J2& riHidy forhtiiiuess Dec. .list. McKinney Mattie Kerrill, of ihirrard, were married Mr. nnd Mrn. C. M. .lorn. parent, Harrodshurg. Pros. in Mim. A. V. Sikmohr and Miu Uebivia Thomas W. Haley, 21, nnd Miss Nelto . omore went to Ixiiilnvillo Tiik Christian church wns tilled Sunlie Woods, IK, eloped fiom Somerset to day to hear the farewell sermon of Rev. Biend the holidnva with thdr purentn. Mu and Miw. J. II Patrick, of John Pell Gibson, nnd the audience Tennessee and were married. JTJa Mr (Jeorge I.iwson, of this county, rr l AND- hduihUiii! tlw holiduvH with was amply repuid by mi eloquent, touchare dnW of Garrard, and Miss Jennie Moore, .ji Cnpt. nml Mrs. Tom Kit'liard?, at tho ing nml earnest sermon from Philipplast week. Tnlihle House. 1:27. Ho exhorted the church to were married in Danville ine Miss Iletsie Pro.uldus, of Madison, IWgfflW W. ( I.U'kkv is down from Central unity and brotherly love and compliti Upright and Horizontal. who used to go to tho college here, was I nivorsity and George It. Weiiren is mented it for having so fully put aside and Portable. All Stationary, home from the Luxiimton Comuivrcial the differences ami disagreements that married this week to Mr. J.T. Kiuhry. power. sizes up to Miss Itirdelle Pedford, n vejy lovely Collene. once divided it mid from wielding little - i... ..:: i. r I...1.. ..i Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Uncqualcd in ICtk Oookk and Mary Link, or no inllnemeto have Income the mot """K mn . " , Durability. in infitieiitial church in the section. In ml Here, win necome me nnue .inn. o, oi Knd pair thai ia lmnl to ii Wet-I'amplets anil your wants to Write for Trie Julius A. Stege. of Louisville. piiKtmd piilchritmle ami rirMeiousnet, closing h" reerred to the fact that sven Washington seems to be the iiiccmi & CO., TMre here Sutunlay. vears ai$o he had come nmong u, an Ti for bridal parties and this is nn exceedM. ( Hm KKKHiid wn., Itiobanl Mi vouth, just from college, SPR1VCHFI n, OHIO nfw season of tho year for mil W ill. fro over from Kentucky that the members had taken him up ami ingly popular morning in tint lvist Room them. This and nre eiiioyins the holhlays t Hieing that he whs determined to A business block at Hutchinso , Hou-- e seven couple were Mr. Richard Cobh'H. , as a preacher mid pastor, had of the White buind, entailing n loss oft'MO.UiM). U)W, wifHand two lit- - h xsl hv him till his pastorate had lasted counted, and their was no mistaking Kns., Mil CllHI.K Cor. Lou. Times, 2(lth. le muis, of Venlon, Neb., vinited his un- hi his ohurch of them either. ,lu,or t1(l any lteginning with the New Year, it Were Kd and ltelle among them'. M. Had, several days and tie, Mr. John . ite years, save that of Pros. Dmsie, of "HELLO! HELLO !" is customary to form new resolu-Frankfort, and Sweeney, of Paris. Tho left yesterday for Somerset. AFFAIRS. CHURCH profit tions and as far as possible W. It. AND I'llASK MlKlNNKY unpleasantue&s that existed between MKSilLS Where can I find the Largest Assortment of Holiday Goods? of the past. The comThe Central Piesbyterian church nt by experience of the brethren then had disapwent to Cincinnati yesterday to Mime credit system having been peared and the church now was a thor- - Shelbyville burned Saturday. The tiro general plete their purchase of an entire universally condemnud by both of groceries, which they will open o ighly united ono with u very large caught from the furnaces. It cost ,hhtnr nnd creditor as a curse to ' on the dl. membership, alive piayer meeting and 000 nnd wns insured for $10,000. grollov. Pen Helm desires to return his our country, one of our young Mus. tihoiu.i: IbtoAnnrs, of Miidison, mi excellent Sunday-schoothe latter ho has concluded that returned with Mibs Alpha Tyree, who had never failed to attend, except thu thnnks through tho IxTiiiuoit Joinix.w.to cery merchants GROCERY" I. ml )umi siavine with her for somu S unlay after his marriage, when ho tho friends who extended to him their it will be wise and profitable to It is worth a 10 miles' ride to see his stock. He has a time, and after spending u abort whilo thought he.ought to havo been excused. Chri6tmns greetings in so substantial a both himself and his customers to Saturday to During the llrst year of his pastorate tho frmof this reef that has ... . U steer clear with Mis. N. A. Tyree left Col. Duncan writes Mrs. made shipwreck of so many in visit her sister, Mrs. J. M. Itruce, at membership increased IHi mid during Pro. Parties Is about to sail or more. It was Wlch that -- i0 Glnsgow. tho sevenSyeiirs the past and at the same tinip offer Never seen in Stanford before. for America and will hold a meeting to his customAmo.nu thu Kentiickimis' in the city asked frequently why ho wanted to if sulliciont encour- such inducements hero on his return nre Mr. 12. C Wnlton and bride, of Stan- leave a church doing so well. IHb an- agement is otlored. ers that they can not afford to buy n ford. They are nt the 12hbitt. swer was, first because ho wished to do Groceries elsewhere. For ex Rev. W. 12. Arnold was too Bick to their J.N. MENEFEB A- - C. SINE The Times bo whilo tho Hag wns up and while uniCor. Courier-Journa- l. ample he will sell you preach Sunday, but it is hoped thnt he nlso luiB a dispatch stating that tho ty and brotherly lovo prevailed, and secwill bo well by noxt Sunday, when I). 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar ior.si oo couplo would leave Monday for ond because ho wished to teach a few I ool V. ho will commence a protracted meet- 23 lbs. best C Sugar to spend several days. years years and nt the same timo dovote Methodist church, during 5 lbs. Choice Green Coffee... i oo ing at the his spare hours to a further prepara85 j which Pn f. 12. S. Fogs; will assist in tho 4 lbs. Arbuckle's Coffee CITY AND VICINITY. The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. tion for his lifu work. The happiest Coal Oil music with tho cornet. 25 2 callous best M. F. Klkin moments of his liio had been spent SASH, Wantkp, 500 Turkey -- a LUMBER, An Ohio evnugelist named Haw- 3 cans renencs hearthstones of tho memaround tho & Co. preaching that the DOORS, CEILING," kins, who hnd been 25 Tomatoes 3 cans bers and the recollections of them would freight and passenger depot nt always occupy the brightest place In his world would come to an end Christmas 3 cans SHINGLES, 25 Corn Tiik day and had gotten all his congregation Jellico burned Tinirsday night. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. And many other goods in like heart. He then exhorted the brethren to the mourners' bench, committed sui- Famburn-eseriously to meet and encourage Pro. Kills, the A fine stock of Hauiiison Wkahbn cido Christinas eve, leaving a note say proportion. by fooling with powder Christmas incoming pastor as they had him, and ng that ho had gone to prepare for their ily Groceries and in Fancy Grobade the congregation a heartfelt, loving ovo. We carry a full stock of everything found in a ceries, Fruits and Candies a discoming. and tender farewell. There yero many surpassed. scholplay that can not be -"Tub rreaby tertnn Sunday-Bciio- ol fishing for tearful eyes ns he said these words and Co's big dry goods store Loveman Come and see me, opposite Port-ma- n Rrently enjoyed tho fun of ars Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract many deep regrets that so pleasant and and other business houses burned at House. presents. in a tub of bran nnd all went Loss 050,000, insurance endSINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. Chattanooga. profitable church intercourse had or building. . away with something and correspond$400,000. ed. ingly happy. 1 Kncihavino beautifully nml nrtisticnlly A. K. lVnny'fl. Before ialtinQ stoch, we will sell brlwcen now and the 10th of January, our immense stock of ll'MH! fl.-HM), . , Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Hats Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Overcoats and Ladies' Cloaks, also Blankets and Comforts to-dn- 1 1 PRICES l NEVER HEARD OF Before. -- at OWN PRICES.JUjYBS URBAjYSKY, Proprietor. Our slock contains no half worn out samples or auction goods, but only clean, nice goods. and Feathers bought at highest market prices at - THE t LOUISVILLE -- Js JF r STORE Main Street, Stanford. GABRIEL, Managers. Hin-viAN- COME Mei-Mto- n The New Cash Store H A S 11 lo-i- - n well-train- () 1 Always To3d and HATS 1 PittH-bur- n. hr DRY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, ROOTS, NOTIONS, d m Ixin I WILL POSITIVELY KEEP NO BOOKS, -- vk-itin- g ettzexjID n up z) tjlidb post-otllce- "Ear yentt-rdn- y .Inek-(M- i. OTiAM liaMTOTIJIS STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable i 1 Jfrnr'wL 26-hor- se i lis-t.- s t lat ''""""" ""' l.- IHu-irat- THE JAMES I.F.FFEX L'ni-verni- ty ok on 0t,r 1 Hello, oanta ws aus pi i -- now-Moc- i ?-'-o,- i Go to A. A. WARREN'S "MODEL l, - LISTS OF JAPITESB W ARES Wnsh-ingtc- New-Yor- Stanford Lumber Yard, FLOORING, LATH, BLINDS, - 2-i- 3-l- b. 2-l- b. SIDING, d WOVEN W1KB A1TD SLAT 7ENCX FIRST CI.ASS X.XJMBER YARD. JESSE WEAKEN. mS L :j. n 1 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna. AT A. Published Evorj TueBdny and Fr day JKn YKAU, IN" ADANOK CTWhin no: o paid S2.50 will e charged.' ti K. DEAD IN TIES DESERT. CHRISTMAS STORY BY ALFRED R. CAlr "Nero, grown fat and lazv, lies at mv feot as I write. 1 call your name. 'Louis! my Louis!' nnd the dog etarta up nnd HOUS. Copyright, 1WI. by Z7 ?ts's?-i- The Lest salve in the world lor cuts, bruises ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fei rr sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skit, erup lions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to ivo perfect satisfaction, cents per boi, Price or money refunded Kor sale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. S -- Bucklln's Arnica Salvo. R. K. GENTRY Is A Candidate lor Sheriff of I.tnroln couuty, to the action ol the Democratic party. sub-je- JlMillliilillilii iyiipyisiiu niwiBaait;ni&Acn . J. N. MENEFEI2, SuWeot as Sheriff. Is candidate for to tho action r the democracy. Rlectlon Not. I . ..""w Ht . A . .(a-T- O Hon. American Irrs Asviclrv ttiTl ' :m T WAS the Sltli Desirable I arm of 140 1?ii niXTHt Acres . l Crab Orchard of December, (y . .Ami Miller 4 miles from Mantord Train leases Itowland at 7.00 a. m., returning 1ST0. 1 was at that ...r..i.a at j:ao p. m. time in charge ol rmmKx&mi rfi a uP&rj-uL & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. division of en JN Pullman VcsUholecl llurlii Sleepers ami Pull tnt. " J MfcHi fiT. v gineer, who were man lliitfel Chair Cars on all trams through to Xf ail train going North 12 3 pra Lot on Main Streot in Stanford Cblcno withnut change. Making a survey tsouin I34P Go sij the Monon and get the "est for the lean Express train " South .iipnl of the Mojave 5 tt.vVJiA money. Re r information address acres. Comainuit, North atn Merit Wins. I S IIA1IKKR.G 6 sim' P. A , Chn ago Local Freight N rth .FX.'1T' LVlsf TkJar his desert from the I I R WALTON, Stanford. ,, supra G CRlll, I) P South., ... we Lomiille Wedeiretiay toonrc itiiens that for years for erros easy VZ&t-WiNeedles on the w"5S?v.. i--- xA.11 '4- The Utter trair.s alio c arry passengers. havcleii?liiiii:lr Knitfs Nv Di.ery J --. . Great Colorado .11" OU ARE GOItJt. .. Consumption, Dr Kiiik' Ne Life Pills The above is calculated on standard time. Solar to Los Angcle Arnica Salve and Klectric llitteis, and time time is about to mnntes faster SALE. handled remedies that sell i well or the GOOD FARM lie er TRLTC11KI)SIDEYSIDK on the Pacific. !,VJ haveguen Mich universal satisfaction. We do f rushes to For a month time not htsitate 7 s a joyous the door with ataiid resdy to Kunrentee them uver j.rne ifnd we I with to tell mi farm of,i4 Acres, 1IIK to refund the purchase tho ofllccrs and bark, but ho Stanford, K . on results do not follow their use lhese situated IS, miles north ofpleasure in showingthe Danville pike. to hears no loved voice or footstep, and he remetlie. base won their great popularity purely any one wishing Will lake men had been to pur. base Apply eagerly looking conies back dejected and lies down with in their merits A. It IYini) Dnucist . ) UK If. III'. 4ljtn humor Ah, dear boy! if that dumb holi- a moan. forward to spending tlio Christinas in blood, days in the beautiful town of San Ber- bruto mourns your absence, how must it nardino, on the other side of tho Sierras. bewithusr Blue-Gras- s and And so tho letter went on, full of lovo On the i.'3d tho wagous, pack muled LouiavilLC 4 NMVIltt n. n. t One and all tho men, excepting three who and gossip and gossip and love, till it acres ofhundred and sesenty-eili- state otand one half A reliable man to represent a reliable Loan AsmllWation good lnd, in a high sociation. Will loan money Immediately alter a remained back to complete some work ended with "Ever and forever, Dora." A large, splendid new barn, two'xl cibinsand branch is orjfiuiind. (toocl Southern .references Is tbe line fcr jou, at its , Wo laid tho body at tho base of a volthe outhmises Will sell heap with crossed tho range that from parties who hive loans. We want hrat- - lass o this land lies i', miles Irons lliisloimlle, Ky Address men to handle our biitinew canic cliff, and covered it with stones to separates the. Mojave (pronounced S. P STAOG. F II.CHASK.hLPr ,Gr.N'lt A, N desert from tho flowering and save it from the vultures, then wo disStanford. Ky 56 ,m t MAr cloie ciniuitins al fruitful pnratliso of southern California. tributed the arms and saddlebags, o as The Fortix weeks we had been working to save our horses, and resumed our LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI economical, in tho desert, running lines, taking march for the west, jvhere the peaks of tor all points. Having purchases! the interest if my formct elevations and plotting our work at tho purple Sierras glowed like mighty speedy, and twirtnrr. .Mr. W. K. .Ilr I'hersoil. ask a ibcral TIIROUtill Tiriir.TS SOLD. night by tho smoky light of dried fire opals in the light of the setting sun. share of the patronage of the people of Rowland MAOG.U5K CIIKCKKD TMROl Gil effective of all Wo found fresh horse at the pavt.nnd and vicinity. I will continue the ensh business creosote nnd sapless sage brush. At Marted mil blood-purifier- s. or any lafarmalMn esquire f the Hustonvillo.Ky. times wo wero sixty milos from the then, although quite tired, we pushed on which and firm ofI Hilton .' Mil'berson it will l K think tan easily prose wh to f.s, ll.Urokl) etit, Or Stanfir' ue.ii est water, and when obtained the with all sper d for the beautiful town of beneficial to both m ci.stomct nnd myself For t c lllll Ui)i on r.inuls W. W PI N'N, 1( Pa A ire nt instance kk at these price, jo t otincls ,nd h Mil water was alkaline. Many of our pack San Bernardino. rents per r, Ky til sugir for it. Arbuckle'a coffee Jui ti n We wero out of the desert. The odor pound ind all other goods " rrupotlfm Also mules, maddened by thirst, broke their will cure you. and of orange blossoms and perennial helio- have , en. band at all tunes Limber11. Mil hine1es for ropes and wandered further into tho J ION. VKXDOMK'IIOTGL trope filled the hir, anil the ripple o! sole ' ' Rowland. Ky. desert to die. 57 Kl I'ri'r WAl I At r s. water came to our cum whonevor we Hard tnck and bacon, nnd not too A A. S. 'S&SSkT JEl gwm 'MT 11 much of that, had been the only food of reined in our hor.es. CAMNITZ, SURGEON DENTIST. i-meHOU OLi There never was such a clear, glorious THE tho men since we entered tho desert, Office on Ms.111 street, ocer W. I!, McKoberts and so the most cheerful became grum, Christmas eve bince the wise men from Ill SIHNMI I K K Drug More, Stanfard. . MfK2,MEa?SSv D. A TWADDLE. Proprtotor. and the skin of tho youngest grew dry tho east followed the star to Bethlehem Thoioiuhly refilled ami refuimsle ' aii.l .. and the manger in which lay the Christ find jmrched as that of a mummy. nts "f the u' piciwresi to atlend 1. the . hne A.I I'LL KiHlM attached - We did our work in fcilence; oven tho child. Lights flashed through the groves, MiiLi R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. officers came to speak in whispers, for indicating the happy abodes of settlers, ,?,. 1 7" acconmodatloi.s at truOKbU rate. our throats wero dry and our lips and now and then we heard a song that DENTIST. 'WAUfaTr?sV3iiJ.'5 cV Opea clay and I cracked. Everything with moisture in told of home, and the musical laughter in coHectlo ntrht. Sample room aad iceeal livery ?r 9M of children whose special eve it ws. Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, it parched a if in a furnace. up stalra Nitr. us Oxide Uas Riven for pjiinless Wo found the hotel nblaxe with light. fiiKfizm Dtilldanjj The alkali on the level expanses looked extracting. 0K 'li.l w ere STANFORD. KENTUCKY. like dazzling snow. The fantastic hills r nere corparate limits o RotcUnd In the 1 Ht m SI.., and mesas were crumbling and burning wreaths and banami TW Motic forewarn, hunters, ftshrns 6 HI DA R St.. Rowland. up in the forceful and persistent fires of ners over windows itkHSt wr Mot to Itespass on our lauds Mr. lit. MWi rlaafmi, as all stiv.h will Sr pr .c- tied to the fulloxidation. Aim! amid all this tho mirage and doors. There est uteatoi' the law Signed Chlcaj. Mi. hi, Su Lexus, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, would appear to mock us with lakes and were flowers and int.. t. rM.SI'OOVAMOORK fla ltoliott, tle .atld. IIKUC1. st HOUSE, STANFORD. K.Y. streams iu which were reflected the ludcansi o'l. nj t e se.t, I IK1MAS C. IIA1.L New r nlii l. .naua. spires, doms and minareU. of grand Office in Odd Kellun' UutMin;, up stairs. MH.LV HA II KV F. U. ItlLKY, Proprietor, A M I' r LAND oriental cities, such as might have been Office hours 7 to a m., to j p. m , 7 to 3 p. II W (.AIM s. ' I built by the genii of architecture. I'bila.lt ha limm. lAMKSGIVI'NS London, - - - Kontucky. WasMniCi'm, siin to lltrHjt utg, laB.fort k a, 11.1. Veil t s PHILLIPS ." in the afternoon, pu.-,-t It was half Sh..r.-- .l IKI.INI Kicbnicmcl, .1. W. B. I twee moved to my new lintel and am tttei and we hoped to reach tho pass by dark, ominmlsie the publtc prepnrcd than ever to horse, would carry us to the where fresh attaclmd Gel Livery me a call. aa) every rtmvtntaaae oV LIME AND BRICK. town before midnight and Christmas steed. Give FRANK R1I.KV. A. o3 " Office South side Main street, in office recently Molid rains, l.insic ears, smokloi; cars a d day. fc. ' ..A .." .( cnscbca Pullman liu.luir SIvHTts ItiKcrh w,' . I wsll deliver Lime at -Cents a KmsMI Ik I. in vacated tfy Dr. I. F. Huffman, Stunford, Ky. i As our hores staggered on, we saw " ut charms via Lhatl.n Ot, HirmiNict'am, Mrnd caster, iUnlord and the aeiy burtsiwd. three vultures rising from a dark object malm; dinrci connerii.ms rn tome lur r.ncs $ C I kit I I will alko load ttn cars at Crafc Orekaics, sllle, AshevilW, Lynckburaad poinis in the a little to the right. A glance through M. CRAIG, my field glass revealed the outlines of a at 75 cents a hundred. Gi me a chaise. 1 c-Sia: KRLD KRUKCKR, Crab Orckttst. ajosn prostrate man and horse, stretched out Homeopathic Physician, At Caatuaooga for Aclants, Columbas, Wilirur.r. AukusU, Macmt, - - KENTUCKY. side by side. STANFORD, . I Ugliest cash market price "paid tan, ChrlevJ,, City, rhoassssiUe sodSac.nns!, Years of this wild life had accustomed ItrwnsoKs, Lake FLOKI DA cm. m ; S to us to such sights. ULYl to p 10 to 12 a in., Office Hours Yet as our hearts 2?-- : . for Tlie ahly llae rsinMni; solid train s wuh choi mTl op. m. were full of thoughts of the joyous! ?rnr- Pullasaa ttoudusr r Palace Mf,hm Car to jack Office on Lancaster street, opposite court house. swstvlilc willHKit chaajc tur aay class at patter. a ..imiiui Christmas days of the past and of the its bruises. oUl sores, skin diseases, Krsor baKae the faces of benutifnl liCures. r.s, i.iie-- . i.stnla, srratil.es, halter corns, buni. rest, fresh food and water for bathing, j fi&ssif. aelma and Moattome ry, Kuatsvslle, Dr. slur, Whereser it has women and handsomu burns, dew poisunand hruic Ploieaxe. Memphis nad Alt KANSAS points which wo wero to enjoy cm the morrow, been used it has given uondeiful aatisfa Holland Shortest and cou kst to Aniostcm. Jkelms, M NATIONAL BANK mere was someining mexpressioiy sail men wheiuver one turneil. From thu its propensity tor removing sorene.s is remarka&c, at mle Ducrt uaiie. tions made at NKU UK Numerous testimonials will be secured and I. LANs will.i.ut omnibus tras.fes for Gaivesl n in the presence of death at such a time witlo parlors came the rrthmiu fall of ble appear in tnis space at a later date Made OK STANFORD, KY. will Ilousina, Austin. and at the foot of the purple mountains, feet and the bvll of inustc. ud sold by M. ELK IN y. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Here was Eden, but on anking tho UK'.GlNS.Sisiford J. beyond which lay Eden. M'AM-RD. K ne t Is '..11.1 nj i, Lsbuig, Ss lyr The nly through We reined iu our thin, panting horses landlord the reason for these festivities, Capital Stock Mis Shrrvet4t I s , n aki direr t luhin. ttoai he replied: without omnibus trnscr ir Dallas, r rt Worth, no Austin San Anlnnls, 1 Paso and lots ill 16,500 and dismounted. In that atmosphero up "Jt is a wedding. Mr. Louis Bolton, Surplus organic substance decays it shrivels MfLTUEES whoso brido and mother reached here &: TEXAS, AlllZOf.'A.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. the fact Attention of the public is invited to Stanford, and becomes as hard and indestructible cast, was married toPURCHASING AUENT. Hank Per IhiOMfh rati correct County maps and lull that thiols the only Natioual National in Hank Act as the glistening volcanic rocks that sur- yesterday from tho of the night." inl.ii mali a call on A(clit at lulnilon Citr.Ky . Under the provisions round it; but enough remained to tell or address HIASK V WOOLLLY, depositors are secured not only l Ihe "I"13 Chicago, : : : : '.Illinois. "Louis Bolton?'' 1 repeated, and I liability lor an us that the horse had onco been a noble llav Pass At , l.rsmgtnn, K y stock, but bv tht stockholders depositors of Plymouth Place or s,$4o WeM worth Ae I) ; KDWARDS thought of tho dead man out on, tho I). AIILI.KR, stock, so 57 amount eciual to the creature, and the saddle and equipments .1 fund of 54,ooo (. P AT A rstlic Mau;r, this institution are secured bv million of the bank desert. C sapcsr Ohio Itn tc LiHcir.mi' were such as the wealthy Mexicans of e Remit by Commission c per Five sworn statements " ". "Yes; hero he is. Let me introduce Order, Postal Note, cent York Ksctiange or by States governthe United New are made each year toarc examined at Hated times southern California delight in. Philadelphia Kvpress OpHirtunities lor har'dins ill all lines ment and ils assets The man was of medium height, and him." landlord introduced me to a tall, of good' unsiirpaised 6j jm by government agent, thus securing adJititonal The Baltimoro, Now York, andperfect safety to depositors. the carbine, pisto!- and knife, still lielted This institution, originally establisheu as the about his shruuten waist, indicated abil- handsome young man, and I at once Old Point ami the Seashore aod all Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then took hi to my room and showed him 65 and NOTICK'IOIHK. as the National Hank ot Stanford to resist. He was j oung. The long, tltr, arms and saddlebags. ity IN KKKKCT NO... Svi "JIIaLM". CiUASS HOl'TJi:." the Firt National Han of again dark htir ami the silky tnustach. Stanford in iSS. has had practical y an until As rs on as he saw tho titles, he threw PUBLIC. TtioHUortost and Quloliobt Kouto from It is Utter supplied through which the white teeth gleamed, existence of y years fast il.lmlt'd, Accom. Acc his arms about my neck, and to my sur Central Kentuckv to all polntu North Ks LAS I IKll'ND Mall Daily Dail now with facilities for tranUiii business prompt ever before in its long and told this. Wo opened the saddlebags prise he kissed me ami shouted: Daily Dally Kx Su Ufa lv and liberally than Eiiut, West unci Mouth-WoFas career Accounts of corporations, hdu- - nnd found $1200 in gold, the titles to a honorable 6 00 f 11 40 a S i" I' l luc opened connection with mv Motel, the Lve Leiinjctofi "You have brought a wedding present l.lniibotweon LexlnKton and Cincinof California mining lands made out ciancs, tirms ana inuiiiuu.w. .t.1.v..-..- J lot " Winchester 'i ft p t m P 7 ou P nati . ted. Mt Slcilimc. 7 to ono "Louis iiolton," and a bundle ai that makes mo rich, rich as any honest r !"i I' ISP TJIROIC.II rRMNsCIN'CIVNAU Sl IO MID The Directory of this Hank is composed ol mau wants to be!" DLKsl'OKOL'C.H and JKI.LICO. letters tied with .1 blue ribbon. Arr Ashlaml i 10 Pi 10 07 p I (8 a Foster, of Stanford; T. J. Briefly, Mr. Bolton's papers and much ' ratleltsburK. 11 at p to i, p jv a In the middle of the bundle there were Forestus Reid, Lincoln county ; SCIIKUDLK IN Kr'KECTNOV 13, ijl " Huntington jo P,i J l 9 J a two vignettes one that of n sweet faced, of his ready money had been stolen siz " Washiiuten . 1 10 I' J W. Hayden, Stanford; No I, No. $ months liefore by a Mexican desperado First-ClawNo ' Philadelphia. 10 47 motherly lady, the other that of a beauS. H Haughman, Lincoln; s named The I. Ip .... so Arr New VorL .. Daily Miller, Mt Vernon; K. Sun. Kit tiful girl, the name 4,Dora" at the bot- chased Guun Ciiauz. where heman was M.J. perished, Ami olfer the services of it to the public. Ilrand into tho desert S. T Harris, Lincoln; ft 10 pv p m tom of the picture being surrounded by n 8 m ji mi Lve Cincinnati Ili.it WKsr HOUND new sehlcles and fresh blooded hore make in) and so my sympathy was wasted. S it am ! ui i m 3 P n Lve Covington. J. S Hocker Stanford; t. a delicately painted wreath of stable compare with rn 31 Falmouth,. 4; a ') 16 p in1 9 Lve I met tho dear mother, and I met G A. Lackey, Lincoln; Le Huntiiicton.' 6 35 " IS I 11 li m 10 ij i in n Arr Paris in tho Country.! " Catletlsbsirx 0 15 I 34 7 14 I T P. Hill, Stanford; "Dora" that night, and 1 drank to their Tho 7 a 10 p m p rn i p in Arr Lecingtftii Theo letters were dated at "The Glse me a call. " Ashland .. . 6 17 7 JT I 0$ W. G. Welch, Stanford. 11 m $ a in Lve Paris '( ij P m Ki Su Eluii," but, as the envelopes were de- health and prosperity as the church bells P W GRKKN, Proprietor V. 1. Tate, Stanford. S" Mt Sterling ... M p 6 t a Arr Winchester., i 10 p in1. io 17 AL liUKNS, Manager stroyed, there was nothing to indicate rang in Christmas day. p m 35 a Arr Richmond. " Witulintcr. SS P7 '! 5 '5 OFFICERS. ij 4 41 P ni the town, state or land. One read as 6 i Arr Lexington 1 4$ p I 05 a Arr Lancaster.. Cisrols. 3 so p III i;rl Christ J S. Hocker, President; " foxiisville . p 11 joa Arr Stanford... so 7 40 J J 9 follows, and, curiously enough, it was Cliritmas carols havo been sung ever JS P in Lve Richmond John J. W Roberts, Cashier; A. A. McKitiney.i'A'M'tant Cashier dated Christmas eve, a year lefore: Arr I. Winston . . 3 oj I Finco tho rude tribes of Germany wero p "My Darling Boy I think of you at y Arr Middlesbciro Limited Yeslibuled 'I rams run daily ill en tmoc to Christianity. Thero are No. a, o. 4. No. 6 all times, but on Christmas eve you fill converted the score containing Nuw witii Chesapeake A Ohio "1' 1. tiou ''to hundreds ..rl STANFORD, KY , my heart so that 1 can think of nothing books by Bishop U Daily Sun Fast Mail rains run dally and make local steps Taylor observes that Co. ele, and if it wero not for Dora, who of them. between Lexington ami lluntinc-tun- . Lve Middlesbore 6 SK a the "Gloria iu Excelsis," tho well known Hiintlnglmi and Moiehcad Acc'iHitnolatlons l.ve Livingston.. it 15 a in has come to cheer me, I fear I could not in OF STANFORD, KY., -- Z is run daily. hymn sung by tho ang'.'ls to the a 41 a in Richmond.. stand it. Where is my Louis tonight'?' and Murcheud and Lesinutrn and Arr Lord's Nativity, was the with at our 7 110 a in Is now fully organued and ready for business Mt. SlerliiiK AccrmimodatliHSs run daily except Lve Stanford This question haunts me, and I pictino Is now his Motel, renovated Lse Lancaster 7 so a earliest Christmas carol. Bourne cites in my charge and I intendand refurnished, so as to Sunday to conduct wild land. deserts ThrniiKh sleepmc Cais ta and of - - $200,000. you out iu thefriendles.-- of thathunting for Durandus to prove that in earlier ages not only maintain its high reputation, but to add and New 'i ork without change from Wa.hinKtou Arr Richmond. 10 is a m Paid up Capital , still Lve Richmond. homehsund 6 ot a rtl ij 41 I' to its long list o. friends Special accommodap in - 15,000. gold. Ah, my boy, coino back! Hetter of the church the bishops wero accus- tions far commercial travelers ami line rooms fur Hot full information regard to rates, routes. Arr Winchester. 35 a in Surplus, . Arr Paris ? 7 P in: 7 S3 a on Christmas d.iy to sing carols theclUpIo) of samples, Ac , apply to any agent of this er connectiBK lines Lve poverty than this awful anxiety. But tomed a 00 p in, 7 00 a I.esluctun among their clergy. The original of the 3 4s p m or to SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL we cannot be poor Lve Paris where there i& so 37 P m 7 jj a in 4 ? p m A First-Clas- s BANK OF STANFORD, Saloon C L. IIROWN, II P. HfNTIS'C.'ION, carol (translated by Lve Falmouth Ol p III' 9 1, a in 5 T p m M much love." O P A P and t. Arr Cetinj;taii m JS i 45 lP III In on a til 6 .17 P m Lexington, Ky. Now closing up) with the same assets and under The letter continued at length in this Douce) of the date Thirteenth century And MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. (, W. IIARNLV. ArrCincinnati 5 a in II JOSEPH COKKKV 45 I' iu W. S HARRISON. the same management. is in the British museum. It begins: depositors are as vein, and it ended. "With lovo and (i M , LesiiiEl'iu,Ky By provisions if its chaiter, T P. A., Ashland, Ky On thcMaysvillc Hranch, No i leaves Paris at Nun, ItcIIihc, toour ditty, fully pratected as aio depositors in National kis-e- s and blessiugn from Mother." 7 5, am alines, la, at 6 ij, p ftl. arriving at Stranger cnmiiiK from fur; Hanks, its shareholders being held individually ysville at 10 10. a m. and w . , N. A (1 Lanham The next letter was also writton at John II. Cattleman liable to the extent of the amount of their stock Let jHior inovn uur pity, leaves Mayicille at $ 30 a in, arming at Pans at par value thereof, in addition to the "Tho Elms" on Christinas eve, just a year therein at the tiivu us Miuomc, h Hit he our euro. 7 40,am. Ncs.n leases .Maysville at 50 and amount invested in such shams It may actas bqfore. I arrives al Paris at io, p in. These trains are Ill 1521, YVynkyn do Watde printed a cannot pretend to quote it lit executor administrator, trustee, Ac, a fully as daily except Sunday. , an individual full, but every line bespoke a noble set of Cltri.stmas carols. One of them was No l,dilly tu all points except Rowland Dlvis To those who entrusted their hiiisinets to us ion, which is daily cscept Sunday. womanhood and a profound lovo for the "A Carol bryngyng in the Bore's Head." while mnafiug the Lincoln National Bank of No a riltisdailv Iroin f.eKllli.an li Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and absent Louis. Chaueor alludes to it in his "Franklein'a l.xcept Sumlass they will continue to tran.net their business trust No, runs daily "Do not think me impatient," she Tale:" with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenNo 4 runs dally from all stations except the tion to s.imo, our tweat) years' experience io urged, "but I feel more and more that Jumes bitttth by tlio flro with iloublo herd. Rowland Division, winch is daily except Sunday tbo w Ino banking and.is liberal accommodations as are conNo. 6 daily except Suiidaj wealth dot not mean happiness, and Ami lie ilrlakctb of bis Lruuuo of tbc tuckeel Iiefure blru iUcdath tlio sistent with sound banking No , daily betwim Cincinnati nnd Lexington that the noblest manhood it nut develbtvkit. OF r.vcept Sundays IUKH.TOHS; No if. Paris snd Lexington Accommodation ilai. oped iu the fierce struggle for gold. And ly Leaves Lexington 10 00 a. in. Arrisoa Pans J.J. Williams, Mt Vernoti; then, my darling, tho world is not so 8aratoga Association. Stanford; 10 1.1 in J. M. Hall, Mr Chailes Wheatley, Secy of the Saratoga full of objects worthy our love that wo No 7 ralnioulh Accominmlation ; leuvea CincinBEE & CASTLEM AN J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; Racing Association, writes 'Tromthe espen-enati 5 pin Arrivas Fuliitouth 705pm daily chit afford to live our brief lives apart. S. J. Kmbry, Stanford ; e ol many ) ears' use of ymim's Ointment, I ex. ept Sunday, MANAGERS, "You must not think that I am indif- uiihesitatincly rwommend it lor the cure of blood No. s Leases Falmouth 6 00 a in. Arrives Cm- E Lynn, Stanford; J. dally except Mummy innait '550 ferent to the self denial you exert and p.iMns, windpufTs and other soft enlHiKemeiits A W, Carpetiter, MlHqdgaviHe; No. and jmake connections at Willi hester for Commerce Building", Louisville. the sufferings you etnlnre. 1 often fancy J. K.BauKhman, Hiistonville; points on thtN. N AM V R'y, K. D Mlloa' Nervo and Llveru P1U No. carries through cars from Cincinnatito myself a man out seekitjg my fortune in J. F. Cash, Stanford; Agents throughout thu South. regulating the User, Middlesborough and CuuiberUnd (lap and all iu. X.tonln new principle William Qooeh, Stinlord, Ky. that land of wonders; but removed my llarber Snop to the Com stomach and lo els through the nerves Anew Haviut! tennediate stations and runs daily. cure biliousC. P XTMORE. mt da! Motel, I am prbpared to accommodate laS.R.KNOTT, when I think that you are surrounded diuocery Dr Miles' Pills speedily constipation. S.H.Sbanki, President. ness bad taste, torpid liver, piles, dies as well as gentlnnen in anything they may Trafhc Manager. I). Oasley, Cashier Gen Pass. Agt J. by the dangers which my fancy conjures Unequalecl for men, women, children Smallest, W. A. T21ISBLE, Local Affont, wish in in line Children also waited on. Call General office, Louisville, Ky i. LOCAL TIME CARD. stfSSf 1 . M biini; jousatis-ftin- r I8.JI. failure, return of in sour purchase price On this safe plan ou can buy from our .ldscitned drugifit n twttleof Dr King's New Discos cry for Consumption. It s pike, in brlncr relief in oierv case when chest' used for any affection of the thtoat.ltings or lungs ucliacowsiinipllbvi, Inflammation of the , bronchitis, asttima, wnocipiuc per. etc It is pleasant and aieeable t tlw I relied upon trial fitly fe and can alwass Sottles free at A R. Penny's drui; tore IsonehHiisor guaranteed case of results, A Snfo Invostmont -- "i'i FOB SAXiSI 1 -- 5 I -- ; ; i25wv " "r ":-.,- llck-leu'- s . . FOR FOR SCROFULA scrofulous the ulcers, catarrh, consumption, use most " salts-facto- ry prlt-Mcl- t- - . Farm for Sale WAITED. mkWt Ayer's Sarsaparif la safe, niys-elf- Mo-hav-e- e) Double Daily Trains fob, cash: oixzrz'. 1 II.R. LA3INITZ, Undertaker&Ernbalmer ke-v I 1 Has Cured Others PRICE, i h-- 1 . C THE 1 1 . I Vai. lU'PkQft SHELT0N II. R. aintiK'r.' f . Itowlaiul, Kirsi-ctas- Kcistueky, no s For Sale POSTED. Twenty Lots wrAwmmi mams. &&& . . 1 1 -- vi&2rzx C.'Kunsiclley, m CTOUXKIVATH, . 11 THE IULEV 1 DR. PENNY, VlVs, -- New York, 1 JJoston, 1 jr V ,-- 1 Dentist. DR. fJOHN 355a W 1. -- (i.7 Jlr of I 1 ( j 1 5 39-i- i Jsg' urn1 wmm tf Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, R &C0., FIRST j 1 9-- i)r 11 3200,000 . I -- , - MS. FRESK 1 th-i- t Newport Kcws Mississippi Valley Co. 1 Post-Or- Washington, - j Kentucky Central R.R. 111 111 j TRAVELING 111 . nt I" 7 MYEHS HOUSE, Uvery.Stable, Best . 1 4 '- - South-Houn- . forget-meno- . "J . 11 'up 1 11 1 111111. 1 . . 9S-- PORTMAN HOUSE I 111 North-Houn- d, Farmers Bank&Trast 1 shep-hcit- ls JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. I 11 . 111 ill . 111 . -- I 111 111 111 Anglo-Norma- n , , 4 4 j 37-1- 1 11 H niltii-tre- l ROYAL LIVERPOOL. 1 Insurance Company, Barber 1 4 Pini-inttn- 1 Lticlu-liorti- o m BAH Shop JKS5K THOMPSON, luCominercial Hotel. c 111 1 1 Irs-hudil- V.M. Bright, Teller. J H. iSatij-rtmail- General Book-Keep- iipj.. milde t. at A R Penny's surest Fifty doses S cenU. Samples STANtOUD, ICY. mi me. S. F. II. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r Agt., flice Chamber ol Commerce Hmldinjj.C'iocinuat 1 ' 1 ' K