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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888122101 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 1888 $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. Its TBmiJJUTu r- - MI1MMIBIW 1 Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. CHURCH -.- Mi ' Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24. d888. AFFAIRS. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Millera- 1110 ' NO. 90 DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Win. Ia'wIh will liuilil nt l'lntci. Tvumty-tliroo ritore lioiini' Lllri. v .... f',.ll... - of CrooUeil .Mctliodlrtt next Stindiiy ami toino Mr. J. H. Uriggs left .Monday for a Adam Pence sold to a Wayne counrun- - iiiutli- may K- - looked for." Cr.''k, vun in town Moiiiliiy. brief visit to New York City. ty man ") work mules at SI 10. ItVv. I'ruHtun Illukf Iiuh mriM'tftl the Minn A Him U.iullf, of Tluw. The I.. V N. will end an engineer It. C. Hywatersold to John Turn-bul- l -utiitnlmuiiH roll of the Stanford IluptlHt CDnwny, wen? iiiuitIimI Tiiiiixluy aro- L".' here in a few days to survey a line from hop; at i cts. lints moved fttim Wil- - clniivli and will Iwuin iireachitii! here on Dr. Xorthcott (i. A. Iickey sold to n Lexington tills place to some point on the above tint fecund Sunday In Jnnunry. dlt, tlil ronnly, to lliitlur futility. party a tliuiotiplihiod yenilinr colt for road near Shelby City. The object of this j llro. Ikina-- writes Mian Hose Kiclt-tov- $."'.0. W. .1. SjmrkH will lit? here is to consider the advisability of running liisilaulitcr. who in four dny.i 'imls that tin ttoupu would lenve IhiIk-ola brunch of that load to this place. This I'riah Htinn bought in the West Knd ille Iiiht niht for McC'onib City and re- - n lot of pltiK horses at $:V to S70. He would give us a competition in freight to Many nte tin- ieir.ivtn lieitid fioin our main then till tin :Ut, reiicliliu; IVnwf has ono South with them. Louisville, which would be benetlcial to lK.'o)loo'i- the miA death of .Morgan cola, Tin., Jan. lht, -- Hill Alcorn sold to W. F. Aie.xaii-dc- i the town. -- Thu lirotractL'd iiii'L'tlnirnl tho fliriH- ('nift. Miss Maty Welsh is expected to re&" acres of the "Chilhowie Farm," TIio school iiotino in tho I.ovel(ireeii tlan iliincli, I'm Is, which hit leen con- - including the liotise, at peraere. Tliis turn from Ixjttisville Saturday morning, diMrict wiib burned last Triday nijrlit by ducted for the liiht three weuk by Klder land is situated near Shelby City. where shs is attending school. She will Swell Sweeney, closed Suudiiy nliht with an Ineendlniy. The fanners tell us that there never be accompanied by Miss Taylor, of MisJ. II. I'oyntor, of Woodhine, Iiun I'-- ailditioiis. On leaving, Hitler Wwee-- I lias been such a shipment of hojrs as souri. Invitations have been issued by mri'liimed the Kiirrln pioperly of UK) ney was prenented with a purse of :00 there has been this year and it is not be- Mr. and Mrs. (i. W. Welsh, Jr., for ail acres on Huek Creek, in thin county, for and a ticket to his home. lieved that there are enough left to sup- entertainment given in compliment to Uev. II. C. Morrison, so favorably ply the local demand. $4,000. ! the above named young ladies on SaturClimax, this county, is liuishliu; a known here, now of Frankfort, in addi-- (ins Itrock, formerly of this county day, Dec. ', from il to 11. tion to his ministerial duties, him com- but now of Jessamine, raised a crop of ( now church. Itc.v. .1. N. Cultoii, of One of the most pleasant entertain, JmikNoii county, hiw been chosen menced the publication of "The Old acres of tobacco that averaged tnents of the season was a reception givl,7o0 lbs. Methodist" at that place. The first num- per acre and sold it at 8 cents per pound. en by Miss Zorayda Welsh on Friday Standard Books, Dickens', Thackcry's, Scott's and Mc-Caulc- yV, jiftHor. Ji'ptlm .Mullins' little sou, who has ber, for the month of December, is a evening, the 14Mi, from I to 7, in honor Clark County Democrat. in Excellent Editions and I von to Ijiinsville for tieatiiient of a bright, attractive paper, and will unMr. J. L. Dawson tells us that a of Miss Nina Craft, of Holly Springs, paralysed lej,', lint returned somewhat doubtedly ilnd favor, not only with the Kood crowd attended tho sale of Allen Miss., Miss Kate Graves, of Louisville. Metliodints, but other Christian detiomi- - (lihnore's ejects and jjood prices were improved. Misses Nellie l.ylu and Mamie Mcitoberts .... !.. n A child of John 1 IIIi'ayue, Allamont, .tuffs.. ... ft.. i- nMU-- ....!...!.... tIH --nj CeillS ill l.illivilin. A Ijlllllll acres of jirass land was rented to assisted Miss Welsh in receiving. found deail in bed Friday morning year. i C. it. Hell for $'200J0; steer calves sold at large number of young ladies and gentleThe Louisiille Times npeakn thusly $12..r0; milk cows $L'ii; corn in crib $1'. The remain-tun- e buried on Sunday at men responded to the invitation. Among freedom, in thN county, their former of Ilrother Harnes' lecture Tuesday we-nlnj- c At the combination sale of thorough- the ladies there from a distance were home. "Tito Hew lieo.O. Names lectured breds last week at Ic.xinKton W2 horses .Misses Hattie Hodges, Pa'ttie .McDonald II. J. Hraiimiinan, who had several to n small audience at Liedcrkraiu Hall j brought an average of $.VKUI. In the and Miss Mattie Duke, of Independence, hortH-prcAsl Into the wrvlii of incle lust evening on the Tribes of Isra- last two years the l,.Wi thoroughbreds Mo. Sam during the war, thinks he has el.' He took the y round that the ten sold at auction in Kentucky have -- On December 1Mb .Mr. C. K. Fenn, siillicient pioof to net his pay for lout tribes, whom historians liave traced brought of St. Louis, was married to Miss Sallie the enormous figure of $8!1,8S.'. the same, no further than their settlement on the In 1887 these sales footed up $iGS,7(X)for .shelton at the residence of the bride's Tlie Mullins Uros. St Co are putting banks of the Caspian Sea, were the pro- 77.'! horseH thus sold, while this year 73L' father, Mr. J. T. Shelton, about 4 miles tip .1 larp'saw mill tin Crooked Creek. genitors of the Anjslo-Suxorace. He animals brought a total of The cast of town. The cermony was performI., e Arnold moved his saw mill from cited n mvat number of philological ami average in 1887 was SlXVI, while this year ed by Dr. C. II. II. Martin in the presHiuel I'ateh to Uviiipdon, oxer rotuh other siinilarities and declared that the the average is $Ti78. ence of a few friends and relatives. They loads, with n traction engine. left immediately for St. Louis by the way jjtvatness of Knglund was the fulllllmeiit of Ixmisville. Miss Kate F.delin, (laugh- Finely Decorated Cups and Saucers, Chinaware, Ir. ItobbiiiH, who reeently left a of the pttiphecies. His lecture was Bisque HUST0NVILLE. I family at Wildic and departed in the most elaborate and ingenious one." ter of I en (i. Kdelen, of Alum Springs, Figures, Bronze Figures, Plush Novelties, in Manacure Winter is asserting himself this and Mr. Heb lioddard, of Wichita, Kas., company of another woman, is said to Sets, whisk Boomholders, Dressing Cases, work Boxes, morning and intimating heretic-allToll-ve- r will be married Thursday, Dec. 'JO, at the haw been a member of the Cntij: HtiKsIv a Fno.xTiKit Hotku In the Cases, Dolls of evcrv description, would be a First Presbyterian church. Mr. John Shaving Sets, and was nf Moiehead ' when hall, and nailed in a conspicuous place, that a comfortable egg-no- g Knn! plensant as well Picture Frames, etc. In CHRISTMAS" CARDS outthat noted shooter wat killed. Head, formerly of this city, will be marwas a board tiion which was pasted a to Christmas festivities. Hut alas! ried January t to Miss llessie Franklin, A. J. 1'roetor, who has heen sick for long and formidable set of rules line is complete. Remember our line of " n many months, now has tubercular of (iallatin, Tenn. Among the brideswould have terrified any Northern visit- alas! Teachers must be patient for n time. maids will be Misses Nannie Head and and will not recover, il. P. or entering Helena for the first time. The Mroyles, of I'lato, was hereon Monday. following extracts from the rules I here I have just learned from Supt. Pickett Mary Anderson, of this place. that the December check for this counNew SuperviMir ISettisoii was in town quote from memory for the puro-of The Only Perfect Remedy Wednesday. Tde l.ee has moved to a allording the reader some idea of the ex- - ty was duly mailed early in the month, , . ... .. . . . uiompion is ..... I1:,turi. ,,f ri.m,t11,iolw f .i,,, i....i it has failed to reach me, and of course For habitual constipation, dyspepsia, and l.inn near riucuuc. t. i.. ,.i there will be some delay in getting it. i n Iniisville bunting t litistmaK gooils. j,, kindred ills is tho famous California liquid Throughout, that we guarantee prices and we will not ,,iutIon as thev ape.ired in print: David C. Allen and Miss Annie W. I fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. It strength I). T. UhesmitV wagoiiH pas.ed through Itule 1. (iests must pony up dollar McKinney were be undersold. married Just evening ens as well as cleanses the system, it is Jlonday on their way to Kirksville, and U bits IWorc sinln the book. I8th at (.. M. Ui vena', uncle of the latily taken, and perfectly harmless. where lie goes in tin goods business. J. ".Short bits don't kownt beer. No bride. The party was large, including W. Nesbitt and family hae taken rooms nickels or kojer sent taken. For Bale by A. K. Penny, Stanford. old and young; the entertainment got the NVwrtiiuli Hotel and s. W. 1'arrin at "(ichlswill leiae thar weepins so's up in the whole-souleold Kentucky now oirupie,. the building vacated ly not Kooffiii tin nite. style; the wedding gifts elegant and use-- 1 Mr. Nesbilt. "Som A tow I will be found near watfill and sufticicut in amount and variety I have purchated the lumber yard ting trof. PwMiLK. Col. C. It. Andeisou and to start a small family comfortably in Georjc I) W'earen and I M llrucc andofMcitri. will open "No tltin or slutting allowed in the bed Wearen. Mr. M. 15. Funk, of Washington county, housekeeping. The contracting parties a bif; yard al thein one purchned of Mr will carry Ileiide lumber rough and dreoed, I ' clOM'd a trade Moudax with Mnitli .. ,mm'sare both very popular and the greetings a large line of window athc, door and ihinglei, "(iesta must sine tiiar names evry day lathi, posit and picket formerly told by Diiuii foi tin Danville Holler Mills. Tlicj they received were hearty and sincere. I Mr, W'earen. the13 lyr fence O HOCKF.R is .t iniv iiivordiiiL'lv. now ow nets, Funk A. Audeion. leturn j did not get a list of the gifts, but they 3 JLX. JXWjO ) .O ge.st bow isn't satifyd with to their tirst line and will again take' "Kuny exhibited both taste and judgment, good these nols must movy or stand the T ehargv' of the buiiiiehs they ran so &c will and good sense on the part of the koiisciiii'iiecs."-noston(JoinineieiMulnl some jears since. The rupoitx ofdonors. Perhaps the moit delicate let in. of the three National It.uiks here show a fering was that of little Miss Mabel Tayp.iid-uDRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, capital of $100,000, a surplus (il.Ms Fiiom ,Jo.nk. "If Hod ever lor, member of the bride's Sunday-fcehoIP i I7XwJ. uu J I B yLi 'O 1 fund of and individual deKisits iiillsa 1 APVTfTRR , Xr.n iniiti to preach He gives a man elas, but cannot describe and dare not -VATCtU A ou of f I IS.i'iJU.O" and loans and discounts of &m BsVTJ VPs. sense enough to do it without a manu- name it. 5JI30,SIJ.72. The (i. II. Spears farm, '2 script. When a preacher wants tn preach Phjslctans prescriptions accurate!) compouniled, In one of the cellars of the Hatb.skei-let- utiles from D.iuxilie on the I'erryville c Christ lie doesn't need any manuscript, at ltremen there are -' large csu-oof pike, of 1)H acres of good blue-giiis- s land but wliuu he wants tn JHsff IsffesWCl preach himself wine, cadi case cont titling the celebrat5il)''ETjj)PU IJW"aWi)s!rJBsT"isV public Kile for sm pur lie ought Hid Moitdav at ,'.. IIUSTONVILLE, KY. to have one. ed which was tlepositetl VATCHES, OF STOCK acre, to Ne sou THE LARCEST inpite. of this countv. d ami rcadv I Arc null In i'ic ln .spiRtug of this city, tu aeon vocation theie in ltl-One ea.se of this wine, thing ill tlie L ndrriaklng lin We h.ic a full -- A.lxocate. JEWELIlV & SILVERWARE. C Nild: "There's CLOCKS, onthetr.iin, Mr. Jones containing '.'ill bottle-- , cost o(Xl rix dol- stock of jes and Caskets ul all kinds and Kobe i i tirls," said an elderly unmarried laone dill'errnce bet ween St. Louis and lars at that time. Tnkins nil expenses of eer Uccripti n Oiu hrare, whu hMr nearly L - l..n.Ir.k a t Is ssi mirlnl lnri lfi lit ill 111 new run be obtained n sluirt notice J 11 Urten h is charge of ur I'UsineNS nnd uill hhow the towvit. Wutcho, Clock aud Jewelry He. dy, "neer make a young man wait any bell hell has no river alongside of it." into account and eouipotiiuliiig the inter-ec- l, our goods to any out needing an) lung in our paired on ht rt notl c and warranted t. t lonwr tbtiit iircfeirv. A voting man M. Louis a single glass, of a Inittle, Ine """ ulltxl on mi mii't. Ik'hiitl own tboiv nl Ik-- W.Mvi tojoit. (.i'or..-- ; would cot about $i;oo,000. or about f'KW "' uml wbon I mw told of bU . Af ROBERTS, M. D.,; bln iiion-.I'm tifniid tlmt won't a diop. I thnupht I woulil teat I1I111 it prcM-iuSTANFORD. KY. miii1 ilowi tlmt I woulil bo!'1". JliMC'lum. I lmvo live m.vn little, hOM-nAn Atchison, Kuiinis, gill was oiler-- . Hutb, ereil SUK),(XK) by liir lather if she would Ollice on I.aniU!ter Street, oppo.ite I mmn. iiiium:1v waiti'.l Imlf nil tvr lIrenly. Il,",. l" u'n " Having remotcd to thlt plate to liour mul wIiimi I(lltl.iitr)tliij).irioi- - imjtlieynifiiot fuorbl .libpoMMl t.Niird give up a lover to whom her father was practice Ills profession, call, thefrom Llleit, the l,"'.v tl,ink " ,l,aUh wit1' J011 0I1 oppnsrd. She icfused the oll'er and said ,.. It.. ,n .I.h fart .h... 1... .u.ll 1. attention nilot ... l itiK Ilk w ...fc (HV. ...... lk biniriflf mul jjotif, mid bo bud ..I M. rax.l.. M. ...I IIWUII .l..j M" lhtf of my Hie." "In tlmt a million dollars would not prevent her ilay or night to answer culls in town or country. tltitlnuviT iiillwl iimiin. I likit him nwriillv, Thirty jears of his lite were spent in Stanford and untitcestary "i'l tbo lrl, dnXvinj; from marrying the man of her choice, lie uccmt it iiuu uiuc.m tot speak 01oinm anility as too. I'm- - tin- - viuiiik inuii wt'll mid f,tt i lii) ii.iaii ii.iik; me jiairon con.,iil(nili' of tbeir fwlinp', for U'liu'tn-bo- r herself up with haughty grace, "you may which she accordingly did. A year ai;cfif the people of Stanford and ic nity isnsked N. 1 . Sun, name the day. hence, very piobably, she will realise tliult an' lots of jxlrl in tiio world that there has been a great shrinkage in Juit tin bcioiI tis you tut'. Dansvilk' S. O. DAVr3, Uttlc Johnny (looking curioiihlynt tho Jluwo. the value of husbands. Times. visitor) "Where did the chicken bite PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,1 Tlunv h tin old limn iiiChiclKv-tcrvilk- ', Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. you, Mr. Hillus'? I don't seo any of the , MT. ' ICHNOX, K v. who lilnnvH sju-iikin tln out marks." Visitor -- "Why, Johnny, I The best s.iheln the world tor cuts, bruises yQl JsssmI HsssMsMssTisCsfisRTyZivtrT50s A divliu1 haven't been bitten by any chicken." sores, ulcers, salt rhcjiin, fever kores, tetter, chap in "niri'tinn. llwontly a Otlirc next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. tli; Motbodiht clitiicli ptu'.ulii'd in tin1 it Johnny ".Mamma, didn't von tell papa ped Hands, chilblains, iorn and all skin erup- Special attention given to diseases of children of the village, and tin old man liccaino Mr. UilltiH wah dreadfully henpecked? tions, and posit'ncly cures piles, or no pay required. It Is KU.iranteed to glte perfect satlslac-lio- n ' ""' SwsVsU. Bt?w'rt.." IslsHIHMHsKtsC? VrilWBBswg-);z?H'-ho oxi'ited at one or two bomu tlirtmts in Why, iiiaiuinn, how funny you look! or money refunded l'rice 35, cents per box. tin? st'rinon which wemi'd lo.ipply to a Your face is all red!" Chicago Tiibune. For sale by A K l'cnny, Stanford, Ky. certain "clono" neighbor, that bo j;ot up The Business Booming. and Hhoutod: "That'H rilit, younHtor; The Scientific American gives this as a hit 'iui ii'iiin!" And later on, when tho recipe for making a preparation that will I'robably no one thing has caused such a generHaving mult a new Maun K'rmon appcart'd to coini' homo to him, keep the frost, on" windows: Ventilato al revival of trade at A. K. I'cnnj's dru; store as exRMie, I Urmrc to inform the pu I e tli it I am away to their customers of to many fully pn pared to butcher hos and cuttle. Work! lie crlod out in stontorlan tonun: "That's the window casing at the top. Spongo thtir giving t)r King's New Discovery fur Con- entrusted to me will Inn e m) miperv Moti, j trial bottles of and lhoe has ire animals to ki iniv rc-- t asstind w), bV'Onh. Wo'ro all HiunurH, t'v'rydurn- - tho windows with glycerine ami water. sumption. Their trade is simply enormous in this that the work will be neatly .V prou'nlly done. M F.ELKIN, fll 0110 of U.S." very valuable article from the fact that It alwayi. Si , Stanford, Ky. A Piece or Her Mind. cures and never disappoints, Coughs, Colds Syrup of Figs Asthma, ilronclulis, Croup and all Throat and A IjJj' corroj'onJcnt liulhi to my: BU7ERS' GUIDE ii Is Naturo's own truo laxative, it is the "t'want to ghe a puce of mjr mind 10 a certain I, ling Diseases quickly cured. You can test it begetting a trial bottle fric; large Maroh and Sopt., most easily taken, and tb most efTectWo clats who object 10 ailtcrtiunc, when It coil thciu fore buying by bottle warranted. year. It ia an enoy. sire $1. Kvcry remedy known to Cleanse the System anything thm won't iot them cent. I mffereJ of useful a living death for nearly 10 can with headaches, for all who Epoch. when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Head backache, in pain standing or walking, wat bring ! the luxuries or the The transition from long, lingering and painful aches, Cold, and Fevers; to Cure Habit-ua- l litvrall) drJKitcd out cfcxlitencc, my misery of lite. Wo marks an epoch in the oan elothe you and turnUh you with by drugging. At Ul, in despair, t com. sickness to robust health Constipation, Indigestion, Filoa, etc. Such n remarkable event is all the necessary and unnecessary life of the individual Manufactured only by the California Fig milted the in of trying au advcrti.ed medicine, I)r treasured in the memory and the agency h hereby appllnncos to ride, walk, dance, Bleep, I'iercc'i Favorite I'roicilption, and it restored me ' attained i gratefully eat, (lab, hunt, work, go to church, Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. to the blokedncii f sound health. I honor the the good health has been or utny nt homo, and in various sizes, ' blessed. Hence It is that so much is heard In styles For wilo by A. It. Penny, Stanford. physician who, u hen he Unt he can cure, Km and quantities. Just figure out A. C. So many feel they oe what is required m to do all these things the moral courage to udcrtUe the fact. The med- praise of Hlcctric Hitters. use of the Great COMFORTABLY, and you can make a Living in Olatho, Kansas, is a printer icine mentioned i guaranteed to cure those delicate their restoration to health to the of the value Alterative and Tonic. If ou are troubled with the BUYEH8' who was nuver known to utter n irofano diseases peculiar to females. Rend printed guar any disease of the Kidneys, Ltscr or Stomach, of OUIDE, which will of be sent upon antceon receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, word in his life, lie is a graduate of the ong or short standing, o i will surely find relief deaf and dumb asylum located there. Forult derailments of the liter, stomach ard by use of F.leclrtc Hitlers. Sold nt joe and $1 per MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Tloofc Keeplnn. Short Hand, Tttrffrophy.&c 4 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. bottle at A. It, I'enny'ii drug stare. ban els, take Dr. Tierce's I'el'ets, (.m a dose. Write fbr Catalogue unit full Information. Mt. Joy, (I'a.l Nowm. .MiiIHiim, d ... .1 1 ........ Ill .. iMii'Kt;, Mill USSIHl Hit' I'HOir III 1'ioliln, vocnl tuachiTiit .. Foil S.i.K F. M. Yowell, 2U yearling' mules nt JSo. Ilustonvllle. Mrs. J. b'. VanWInkle returned yesterday from a visit to relatives in Frank-fot- t. H0IDAY GOODS! That d. - - Useful, Sensible, Beautiful, u For the Rich, the Poor, the old, the Young. M I-- Mc-rCe- e, BOOKS ces. i ! M 'i . Astonishingly Low Pri- s ed 'Ist ' n Albums, Writing' Desks in Wood and Leather, Cigar Cases, Ink Stands, Pocket Books, Card Cases, Jewelry -- that nn'ii-injHti- GOODS ARE BRAND NEW that .i. 1 1 v t.v' d LTJMBER 7AXIDZ CROW & CO., TfS McKinney, Ky. til n .nk X)ITJOC3-ISin"w TCDTITrTWSr J. iLiiAA c v i 1 vJE"V7EHiDSK;. -- JsV V p Si - ' fM9sgSf rAV I i ( i i ... s J. T. STTTTOU -. CO., wSMKillslEti'! "itof-enwein,- " , M. j ..- tilobe-Deinocm- one-eiglit- lt r4-t- ligy' n, a 0. -- " t ou- COFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. j '" Coiir.-Huti- se v.-tiM'.- '. '" !... 4 ! t . i Oiitr-kilN- s ffssjTxVnssHsuiVH 77-i- f. ! SLAUGHTER HOUSE! tT'.tn'1MsggMsltttsWssssssc-- . WAL FAFEB stud FTTHmTTTIWC. pcr-on.- il COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. OThe STiEFORD PLMMG MILL CO. h Flooring, Sidings, Celling, Finishing Lumber, IHouldingsrraclccts, Scroll Work, Frames, Sasli, 'Doors, Blinds, Veranda Work, Etc. SINE, Superintendent. BRYANT &STRATT0N Business College bottle-wrapp- 111-11- I0JISVILLEssKT I. r if - TV "H ,"l-rT,- r t - r , i;': r p 11 'i)i pwjH P' WINTER ' W- - " M. V I? I ' ". ft rv i; ;i UT1SKMKXTS. NEW 1 Italians, employes of the Kentucky, Midland railroad, were upset from nboa't whlloVrcifsing Klkbom Creek nt SALE I FARM Frankfort, Ky., Wedmsihiy and it were 397'.$ Acres tltuitted on llir Stanford nnd Crnb Orchard pile near Walnut Flat For particular drowned. It C ilWVA' liKS. uihlre. Hlackbuin, Crab Orchard, Kj. On motion of Soiiator the House bill, authorizing the Cairo & FOUND! Tennessee Hallway Co. to build blidges RED Is Receiving His across the Tennessee and Cumberland road Co. Infer uo 15 It seems to be n settled fact that rivers, was passed by the Senate Wed- - Came to my placeher day paying, alrKud kit line iiiiibt, ns the editor of ibis liy her owner rnn Ret and for thmniUcttucment. clothier, nesdny. great I.ij)cr vas walking down the street, his John Wanamaker, the .M.J.UrKKMAX, Goods Warranted and aPerfect lit Guaranteed, Givo him a Trial. will be Postmaster General. I'reuehtr.tille, Ky 90 LANCASTEfLOARRARD COUNTY. foot slipped on the icy pavement jttbt in -- Uy the breakingjiway of ice three w ( SweeneTboT.ght of It. Harnett front of tin; I'oittnan Houses olliee anil bridge carpenters were killed and eight . inrollg0 on i,,0t treet, for whicli he L705 Ik fell to the ground fearfully Bbatteriiu,' seriously wounueu i.rjtr .u j(j gj ..y REPORT OP THE CONDITION Ids riirlit thih. He was pleketl up and 0' The meeting at the Presbyterian or nut .con u. iwi.ev nas own iiuiiiiiiiui-church continues. Every sermon is beauMken to the store of Mr. T. H. Walton, succeed Col. Sellers tiful, forcible and unanswerable. by the l'reMilent to FARMERS NATIONAL BANK, nlieie he was examined by Dr. Peyton as United States Attorney for the district For the benefit of tlie children, who l SI'AM'OKI), and then removed on a cot to hit resi- of Indiana. Mr. Hailey is the present will then be out of school, we will say .it the eluM'i.f liu.iln-- , In Ilia Mali- or of Dr. assistant attorney in that district. dence, where, with the assistance l Dei.. 11, 1888 that the proprietors of the Indian The 1jynl Legion is in session at lirotiniiitli, the broken limb was set. A give one of their best exhibitions on KKSOlKCrS Wo Have Oponod a now Stock of Indianapolis, Gen. H. 11. Hayes presid- - next Monday afternoon at :!0. most horrible niht wius spent, the break ... ... . ;.... . ii,iaj 5 i itnr. Col. William C.tssius Goodloe and .nil. undilNo.tiiiL i. .i rruniiyieriitu (crdraflv tcuiTl and uuecurd i lie uiuies oi we ii i painiiiK him so that opiates had little efl.t.i'9 3 Col. John K. Falkner nre tjie most prom- church will a candy pulling at the IT S lloud. to vciire circulation gie jo,.jo .. fect. At this writing he is snllerinu a inent of the Itentuckians present. Mason House next Monday night. A Otlur ttocl.., ImuhI. and niortu.iK... .. 17,8000.1 jrresit deal, his stomach beiii); very much Dr. James Scott, author of the law cordial invitation is extended to the old Due from apptiivcd reerte aint I".v;9 J4 nauseated by the opiates as well as by passed by the last Ohio legislature clos- and young of all denominations. Ad- Dut from uthrr National ltauba 'I7 rii K.sil mutt, furniture nnd fixtures j jnn m ing saloons on Sunday, is dead, nged ":. mission lo cents. the fracture, which is still intensely Current cpenc and t.ixe pUI 1,019 t He served as consul under Grant and Miss Mamie Currey will entertain l'rcmiuin paid .. ),u on painful. I Ie is indeed thankful for time.'!0 years, had been in public ollico .. .. ;. ix' Which We Cordially invito the public to call and Examine. Everythe members of the Social Club on next llilltuf olh.-- llnnU K. nnd ly services rendered by Messrs. J. -- mcJiev. isiac r.rreu, 01 we wir-- , Wwlnwhiv cveninp, tho aitli Inst., and riHticni.il papi'r .urrrnc. nicKeltaud thing is new, . cnl .. ) ,1 I. Mack Hruce, George Caipenter, Win. tian Church, and one of its oldest and Joh M tmH.t Sp.'cic lM InvC( , i u divines died Weilnesday " j nl il8 Ilomo Frilay evening, the 28th. l.ciral tender i.i.lci... Elkin, Jesse Thompson and a number of . n 4. age. He Trvu.ur others, who were untiring in their ef- Cincinnati at an advanced wwTie0b wilnUm) ,mvo tl flUK.v drtw Kfdcmi'tlnn fund with L S ............ . , i.Jjo uo 3 per rrnt ..frlrtulalUn. for many years editor of the Christian Jaly Mt t)u. Mab01 olIW on ,,, .sti forts to alleviate the excruciating pain Standard. bn last Tuesday at about 11 o'clock lotrtl And every thing has been selected with great care, the senior mem.J'i'J.85J which no one save those who have suf -- At the late presidential election the A the ,lnj nlnnn waf MHIllwfnlllltit. t.iAitu.rriKS fered n like misfortune can appreciate, republicans cast oN!,477 more votes than ber's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with ,0 lomted jmmedlmely around and ,... uM in fpn, where the acci they did in 18JH, while the democratic nfnr 10 wmn) rmm ike ld mo ,0 CaplUl The portion of the street The patronage of persons with cash and tn, uj discrimination and profit. The total vote of j thu Ijlock of bu,inoss ,l0lHe8 itlttf.l on Surplu fund dent occurred is particularly dangerous Increase was I'uditided prntits v, J.J4 yl me wnoie couniry nun mucii the WC8t 8j(l those who pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially u.,arL. tluv saw great Natinnil llanW Nmctvuttumrtnc... 45,1x10a in sleety weather and it is no unusual exceeifs that of 1884 hy clouds of smoke coming, seemingly, fiom l ludiidual deposit nuujttl IB ch('t:n i,8;f 96 thing for persons to fall there. The atAt Akron, O., two strangers, claim- the roof of the buildings. The engine Dm' tunthvr Notiaual ll.mk. .,......,, It43.u 71 desired. Din' tu Stat lank and lUuVirn T,'f of the town authorities is called ing to be White Caps, followed John wassoon 1111 tention the scone and just us it ur-Asking a share of your patrouage, wo are Respectfully, Cain, aged (JO years, from a saloon, plac- rived the discovery was made that some total to this, and something should be done J.. ........fjAj.SjS 89 More a like calamity befalls some one ed a rope about his neck, and tightened1 one was using straw to burn outti smoky KKNITCKN, SPA 1. over tne Hint) ot a iree, neany strung-- ,.llimncv L'mintjr of I.lnvoln, So Ul0 whole Uli1K t,u,lwl , else. Friend have done all in their it 1! imiiiihI ling him. They say it was a joke. tho.- ' I, John uilrninlylcv, cliitr wf thealwioil straw smoke-a- nd iwceir that tlieMe Ulurni.MI jtower to help the editor in his time of -- Chief. 1'orepaugh's big elephant, val- - ,108(, W,,IIKV n, , lirtk thuir livi-s- i Hank, d.i the bet of my knowledge nnd helirf. true to JOHN II mVM.KV, Cuihler. trouble and he desires to extend his tied at $10,000. having become unman-- 1 5n extiu:uisliiiiK the lire, returned, wear-- 1 Snbv riUnl aud Brn to hr'nre me th! 1 nh day W M. IIKIIillT, N I'. I.. heartfelt thanks, hoping that at some agcable, was strangled to death by arope ,nR on UlLIr fwfl a Iook of Mll)kv (,k,1(. ofllcr.iMR Oirrtct atti'M ' day they may bo amply lepaid. He has being placed around his neck and drawn pointtneiit. tl Sihmh, at tight by two other elephants-o- ne I Direit.ir , S, .. y. Cook, J. II. Mason and other! received many words of sympathy, but jmiN 1. Cam J each end. He was dead in '20 seconds, 0f our citizens will goto Frankfort to lie appreciates none higher than those of Thomas McKco was shot and killed st.rVe on the I'. S. grand jury there on the following telegram: Monday by u man named Dickinson near the 7th of January next. M. T. Warne, Lorisviu.K, Kv., Dec. 10, 1SSS. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Keene, Jessamine county, the affair 0f Kaston, Pa., owner of the famous stal-- i ' W. I. Walton: Everybody in the growing out of statementsallegedtohave lion, I'ltimtis, is hereon a business trip, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ' Courier-Journand Times ofllces sympa- been made by McKee relative to a Mrs. and will be with us several days. W. S. i srwrnKii, Shot well, wife of a man for whom Dick- - Ferguson went to Iuisville last Wed-- i thizes with you and begs that you rencsday to visit the "Troupe" and hear! In the State i.f Kentucky, at the ibi of bttie inson woiked. Dec u, iW4. member the latter days of Job were betDr. E. X. Yelland, of Philadelphia, Bro. Karnes' closing lecture on "Lost IsKISOfRCrS. U. Lou ax, E. ter than the first. who has made several gifts to Wilbcr-- j rael." Mr. Ferguson and his sister May W. M. llri.i., force 1'nivcrsity, is said to have recently, WH1 probttbly join tlie'narncs family in j I..UD aud oWimnu .. ..5ji4.i4 W.IEmi:ksox. transferred 1,000 acres of mineral lands the South, after the holidays, and re-- 1 Otcrilraft., Hi'red uimI uHMCHfcd. . .. I' S llonil. Hi .oenrc clrculalUm ........ M"' In the position Mr. Walton has to lie, in Eastern Kentucky to that institution main the greatei part of the winter. Maj. Othtr tick( liwidk and mi.rtit.ise,....... 4" I), recent- -' J. A. Knrnslde, the most popular and Due fr.im ap.rmJ reere njet ... 1,044 he will be disabled for a month of two in return for the degree of P. ' 7,317 successful tobacco solicitor in this region, Duclmm nlhrr Nalionul Itatikt.... ly conferred upon him. to do any work for this paper, whatever, 1,413 Edwin Kooth and Ijiwrence Kurrett has also gone to Louisville on business Due trom State llnk and lllnktr.:.... Real estate, fnrnlliire and rniurr..., ,v and we usk that our readers bear with have joined in the actors' movement to anil to hear Bro. Barnes once more, Current epenet and t itn xlil .. . 3.7M us during his nbsence from his chair, include foreign actors in the operation of We are very sorry to hear of the Premium paid 1 6,J7 47 promising our most strenuous ellbrts to. the contract labor law. If this be done, painful accident that has befallen the e Check and ilicruh turn. Dill, of other llankt jhu ........ engagement of English companies or jtor. Following closely upon the make the Ixtkuiok Joi us n. us readable trailuinal paper currency, nickel, ami for performances in the United founcle seige and suffering, this new as is in our power to do. HHIt...... will nt once cea-eamity makes such a demand iiou the Spttic .. . . ,7 months' j patience that one must needs be as well teuilrr nn4e..... Diss Debar, after Mine. NEWS CONDENSED. f,4t imprisonment for swindling Luther It. fortified as Job, or better. The editor Kedcmptlon fuHil with I S, reuurcr There aro 03,0JJ postmasters in the Marsh, a Xew York lawyer, out of con will have nothing whatever to do with j 5lrcnt of eircu athiii ...;.'..'. 'J,agp V I'nited States. of spiritu- what we write siderable property by means and as he is bur- total .4iM4 bushels of coal alistic imposition, has been released from There were dened with intense suflcring now, wei i.tAmt.nii-s- , shipped from Pittsburg to Louisville the Blackwell's Island penitentiary. She trust no one will be cruel enough tocen- it Tuesday. ,.$"-- t m gained 0 pounds during her incarcera- sre i,;m for the appearance in his paper apllal fund pal n . '.urplu ij,ii ii Larkin D. Kdge rode l.'iO miles to tion. of any good word concerning him. Speak I'lidUided prntil.... .. his county, Wayne, by rote and curried Judge Lawrence, of the supreme. ni, n no nht manner, but in all sen National II ink Note SMtitamllni;....., . 4I.IHM mi one for the democratic pnrty. Mibjw;! tnclleck. . Ml.lM M com t of New York, returned u decision ousntss nnd candor, and indeed in true1. Individual Ccrtiflcd check The Helief Committee tit Gaines- yesteiday sustaining the will of Samuel t S sympathy, we cannot see any reason or Due t.i other Nautili Hmkt ville, Fla., will return to the donors all for the es- - justice in a sore trial and atlliction like Due to State Itanka and tiankn....M J. Tiltlen, bo far as it provides surplus funds subscribed to yellow fever Ublishiuent of a reading room and libra- this. An intelligent, energetic and en Ni.tn a nil sullcrcrs. rv in Xow York City. The amount in- - terprising man; a useful and brave man; iMat In a light at New Haven between J. vol veil in this section of the will is about a imt, wl0 mfl )L.Vn 0f gieat benefit to KK.VIU'CKV. , slATKiirof Uncvln, &o. C. Wagner, a jeweler, and Dab Miller, a $4,000,000. The case will be appealed. ( OihhI) njs people ami one whose tune the com- negro, Wagner was clubbed to death. The commission appointed by (.Sow munity demands, whose talents it needs, I, John J Mf..Uit, iM.liier a al.v named Miller has not been arrested. Hank, Buckner to audit the due bills of ex-- 1 js arrested in his usefulness, imprison-Treasur- mem idu Mtantrtiy imurofthat tiwt the al.c uteinir n.the tKt w) kimw wlce ad k A woman who had been an inmate Tate, consists of Attorney Cien- - ed, and Ids body racked with intense Inf. JtlllN J MeKOIir.KTS Cnfclr of the :0 years tiled last week eral Hardin, Judge W. 1. P. Bush and' oain. This is not light. Somehow there and wrt r Uefi.re m ihi lath day Cheese, Ileef, Goods W M ItltltJIIT X I'. I. C d ..fDec.ilH aged 1(0. Her last iciiuest was to be Col. John Barrett. These gentlemen are 's a great wrong. We cannot, therefoie, t itrreet attpt in a SIO collin, which was grunted. S. IIMK(, now in session at Frankfoit, and will according to the custom, advise christian' V Hull, of the Met-- r complete DireUnr Kclley, the crack player their task at once. Col. Barrett resignation. We do not believe in being W 1. Wn.. ipolit in club, who gets $3,000 a season thinks about Sl'o.OOO, or perhaps .:I0,000, resigned to u wrong. We have heard of ' (irintlcrs Mutt'liiT Cayenne ami for playing ltase ball, has gone on the of the fOO.000 can be collected. thrirtian resignation, but have never VMU7 X.i. stage, playinji a minor part in the "Tin Mack Pepper. At Wahalak, Kemper county, Mis., seo jt practiced. To apply the scrip- REPORT OF THE CONDITION Soldier" tit $1,000 per week. George Maury, a negio man, cursed u ture, "Whom the Lord loveth lie A farmer named Howell, living in HiiV vmild .'iv. H.vi'iir.nlil Ron of Tom Nicholson i...i,.ii. " t. .. ......i. iF Sweet and Sour Pickles Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum, Stevens county, Kansas, was killed not l:ivinK lnni all the road 8 tlio no .mfort, but ratlior nbdoliito despair; THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE, ewton, two met; both were driving teams. Nicb- named notorious horse-thie- f Honey, &c. for on that line wo reason that the Lord j A'l Ht'SlOXVII.I.K. who was detected in an attempt to steal olson came up about this time and re unchangablc; that He will is certainly the farmer's horse. Newton after the monstrated with Maurey. Maury call- therefore certainly love us in Heaven, In the Main tf Kenliickj-- , at lli"cluMjyf lnitiins I)ec 11, i8tS killing rode off with the best of the ed Nicholson u liar, and in return was and will therefore us ceitainly chasten stock. KK.S.)fKCI. always reasonable, and good's strttek on tho head with a pistol and UH there, and break our thigh through Three young lads Willie Hall, -- ...... 97. '".I Jt stunned. Nicholson swore out a war-- 1 nH eternity, and wo begin to regard an l.oant and dluiunH Nichols and Wilmot Kenney of ()i rdraft, nciiiri'd and iiticrurc. I. ...., ij4 45 Paris, captured a buzzard which had a rant against Maury, charging him with endless Heaven with about as much T. 1. AValtox. I S. Itondt to M'!uricirciilatiiiii..HMa it,yw m weapons. Tho war- -' ror as we do an endless hell. So to the Due froniuiipr.ned concealed small brass bell strapped around its neek revrf nt. .....,. 14,187 55 .,.. u.oor jj with a piece of rawhide. On the bell rant was given to Constable Cobb to ImiU'eier, whose courage and manliness Due Iroinnthcr Xatiutnl II. ink. 5110 o.. .'1st serve . on .Maury, who lives n snort, won. our esteem long ago, wu waui 10 Keal estate, furniture anil futurtwas engraved "Atlanta, (Ja., April .. It 'I ways from waliaiak-- , mm as ttie uiu so a tender our sympathy, ami ten nun now Current expense, and taxe paid i,iy ij l.saV 1 fftn i I'rciniuiTii paid d Check, and oilier cavil ... ,, At Detroit, Michigan, the divorced number of Maury's negro friends inter- ' it pains us to think of his terrible 147 - tion; anil after a short quarrel the ne1,015 that we hope for his early recovery; llillt of oilier ltank " wife of Herman Luther bought in some property at n commissioner's sale which grocs jumped 011 Cobb and began to that the healing may be speedy and Fractional paper cur rfiicy, nickil. and ... 4S renin r lie had failed to save. Luther became beat him, clubbing him to insensibility.-- j the cine permanent; and that, Specie - j 6x1 Cobb revived he went to town and ed, our prayers go up for him, and tender nuti enraged and fired several shots at the j 511a 00 ("when we are moved by sympathy to Kiileiiiptimi fund itli V. S Trra.urer ' A crowd gathered and threat- summoned a pos.se of men and started woman. j6j 50 5 per tent i.fcirt ulntioii.. they gotten mipplintte; that wu address a Throne to the scene. Hardly had ened to lynch him. Hert Whitmore, of .Stillwater, Mich., half way to where Cobb had received whoso King is better than any syinpu-th- e Dial , ..,.$151,764 ral A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. clubbing, when they weio fired on tliizer hero a King who never inaimed to all appearances died this week, and a ' l.lAllll.n ll'.S. barber was sent for to shave him. While from ambush by the negtoes, who hail any one, and never will. $ joikki ui Cjpital n..k paid ill . the tonsorial artist was about his work-Mr- conccaliHl themselves there while Cobb Surplm fund..., good and 7 ikmi 00 Hn.i.K.-Hu8in- es.s ami protested was in town, killing Cobb and W. H. Whitniore rose up t'ndivided prolitt J 83j j ready for .Santa Clans. J. 11. ' out-a member of the posse, Xatiunul Hank note uutitnndint; .0 3511 nil that the razor pulled. The barber lied and wounding seiiously (I other, hmix is visiting friends near Louisville. lnclnidu.il depo.it .uliJrU In ilicck 7J, i(ji 14 in dismay, while the dead man's friends Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in the house formerly pecupied by M. .Spoonamoore is hauling lumber to Due to other National Mania 7.49 "J of his speedy The party finding thu number too great rejoiced at the evidences Bakery, Restaurant and Mrs. Col. Total Mr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Clas- s $151,764 00 for them, put to Might and returned to holding a house in our town. recovery. constantly-ohand everyWre will give an eiitert.iinn.ent which California Fruit Store. They will keep ) .STA'I'i: OK KUNTUCKV, Murderer Dilger has had two con- Wahalak, when a body ISO strong was bo enjoyed by all briday will doubtless County of Lincoln, thing in their line, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, Cakes and the Best of tinuances and one mistrial. One motion fo... ie.1 and a search for the negroes was will ca.MiT of the ahuve named J. W, The -- 1t. ' Meals served at any hour. Hank, d.t solemnly swear that the ulo ha been disposed then begun, but the negtoes had taken ttitcmciit Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. for a chango of venue wt each Monday night in the week, i true tu the ln'ii of my knuwlt'due and belief will come up January 1, In to (light and are still at large. That en-- ! of another .111 enter-ovJ. W llOCKKU,Caliler. K. Owsley's daughteisgive the meantime the memory of his double tire section of Mississippi is up in ur.ns taiiunent VMay evening. .No Ionian thin Si It day Sulitcril'i'd.ind kwurn to licfore t! K IMlVCOCJIlt .V. I'. I.. 0. tho disgraceful iiiliilr, and should Dec, murder Is fading out of the public mind. " our town this Christ- - of Cnrreet1858. w ill be in R. ZIMMER, attft tar and cam es,5 ,,( KnBL.,nttn js l tho city with Respectfully, Tito U'xingtoh Transcript is about rigiit: tho fugitives be nlught, a coat m HtiwD Aiiohs, followed by a burning will like tobacco. . Carman's leg that wasso I J KoniNMiM, Wholesale and Retail. Dire. t..r- is not down in the books to hnngany feathers, "It II lli.s j badly broken is improving. ly bo administered to them. white man in l.ouisville." Awatermelon tmst has been formed , in' South Carolina. , Congress will likely adjourn to convene again Jan. 7th. Stankoiid, Ky,, Dccumiiek 21, 1888 Senator Quay's visit to Hen. Harrison gavo the Senator a fearful headache. ' Charles V. Mayer has been elected W. P. WALTON. Ohio Kail- piesident of the Hultiinore Semi-Weekly IteriorJoUrnal F,ivo to-da- y IFOR MElRCHANT TAILOR FALL AND GOODS. I Tliiiy j J .,;;, -. . . HEIFER I I In- - iiul-hhvl- , i ' I NEW STORE I Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, - show-wil- . 1 r I I best-know- n tt,n EOT K PIECE OF OLD GOODS V , liK-t- c J3,:i h.-w.i- l.iST-V.'- Sl. 11 1 j 1 , ( smoke-comm- on - SEVERANCE & SON. i V- - i )ilt, "I j . j T. R. WALTON al -' I v ,a I J - , -- .. .... . . MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS STATTFOUD, KENTUCKY. ed-th- I car-acto- rs ' cal-Stat- es . la-i;- I to-da- j -- - C .UK.-- . j SEAS0NABLE - - E00DS. - 1 ditl d . ! Currants, Citron, Raising, Pig's, Concentrated Coooanut, Colatino, Corn Starcn, Chooolato, Extracts, ' er - ' poor-hous- e SuliM-ribe- bur-ii-- Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, Hominy, Maeearoui, Dried Canned Cenerallv. VI ' I I I j 'Sausnt Ini t, Sat, chas-littl- i. '' 1IL--.. -- fr -- & Ken-ne- y (UrPnc(ji Hr.st-las.jg- ?Jl ji ...... 11.1 . . 1 !.. atllic-ferre- t im una.sk-Afte- '.11 NEW Mo I NEW I NEW. H ' I j . every-Maura- v, Hob-lig- 1 ht HIM.MEM 9 X . it, Nx-ict- I HiK-ke- 1 er 1110 .'. FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE 1 A.-U- sC- - 1 .& &Mt-;- n JjJikSAS!S--V- ' - .lOa J i ULlYlrilLuivLJ iluLiMUnuUUivliHL eontlitnie two weeks from Mondav, Qrui Wrrti v khrnmn inttmini "n 1 I ! Auction 1, I at I). Klnw'.' Will 17, v Piikhii linu of innlllerH nt OwbIov A A1.1. kindsof nuidlcs, hlco and pure, ' All pcrtont holdlni; claint againm Mr. Sarah Wr. will move January 1st to the store- - at K. S. Myers'. Cook, ilcc'd, will pretent them, properly proven, 'V niotn adjoining It. K. Weuren's store. j.,, , .... (iooiiM are beiiiK fllau;hterod at I). to the underMcncd nn or befnrn December ijlli, Court s,,! 1888. A. C. KOlllNbON, E.C.WALTON, I3UH. MUnOROr I Klass' auction. .. Admr. of Sarah Ccok, A llll) lilt fit' liriltllll.d U'lil.-l- i l li.lunlil - v HI I'll f' l 83 VIf M lll l UilberU Creek, Ky Foil Hk.nt. A desirable residence on Kntoiilnhin,y low prices, just received upper .Main street. JaincsT. Critic. PnbJUhed Hvorjr TuoecUy and Friday at .Metcnlf t Foster's. To the Citizens of Stanford. - AT A. C Maiitix asks im to say tlmt there Attkxi) the sale of tho ell'ecta of Mr. will bo 'J Christmas treo at May wood W. II. Mocker, dee'd., which commenceH I have rrntiil the meat butincit uf , V. Ham-oMonday iiiy,lit next. nut o pal J S3. DO ll bt chatted."" anil will uccuiy tho shop on l.ancaMcr Hrett ... at o'clock I .itk a lilieral hare nrpalninage Wi: have a few jneketH and cloaks left 85 JdllN l IIM'Al'W M ittiikw N'ki.sov has been apjtointed which we oiler at 11 price that will null k. c. local time card. postmaster at Norwood, Pulaski county, them. Severance fc Son Train IniiM Itoutand at ;!io a. in, returning A3ST vice Jacob Apjpir resigned 6 m. 41 Tin: reports of the three bankH In thin lsr.- - A tdiorl watch chain with two county appear in this Imuioaud it will he the of Crackers tinman Cxnillct, I. &N. LOCAL TIME CARD. keys on it. Finder will be rewarded by seen by a glance at them that they all Tamne or other like contrivance loaded with pou rorket eror other like exploitive tulttantle within the leaving them at this o make a cood hIiowhik. City of btanfurd . . Mall train going Nortli lie it ordained !jr the city council of Stanford ii 31 pi m Tiikiik is an ell'ort on foot to movo the .1 ji pm smiili Skc That the ta on licciiteto ne crackern, lot Mi.-r-small bunch of small keys. . uii. 17 p in Human candle rocketa or other like tnntmaticca Fpres tram ollfce from Howhtnd loaded with Owner can eet them bv callinjj at this of- - train di.patehern' it. i powi er, or other like rxploilve tuli- j;am ,1,v Utml freight Noith '" lance within the city of Stanford ihul! he nh.ill be to thitt place. It would certainly be "",' ! iiifr for this notice. . . in $15 per the tiiid llceme ahall not be lor a m m to the diHpatcherfl, all of shorter )ear; than one )car. period 1 lie latter tr mt h. turrt pseiter I 11 Skc 1. Anv Person or ncr.nn. who thill mil m moved my meat store into whom live in Stanford. al oc UcattiiUuJ On standard time. Sol Tlit within the limit of thp city of Stanford any of the I mo it about to uiluules fa.ier. Sipiire .M. C. l'oitiiiuii'n old htand immearticle enurnerutid herrin, without firt obtainine the licentc a provided for in Hilt ordinancp, shall Tin: ChrihtiniiH shi) at the Christian be fiiu-diately across tho street, and I will 1h not le than $5 nor more than $10 for each MEANS BUSINESS. pleased to see my eustonieis at all tluies, eliiuch next Tuesday niht proinines to saie Una Watch k and jewclrj lepaiivd and and as in the pact will try to merit a be an intercHtiuj; nlTalr. Kvery Sunday-schoo- l from and tftenU ordinance nhall be in full force patii;e fturuiuUd, A. I.. 1'eunj K 11 IIL'KNSIDK Major. in town is invited to use the ship share of the public patronage. M. F. Tin: best plttif to buy drug's, patent F.lkjll. audit is hoped the attendanre will b STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. ul"dlcincs and tiuht atliclcs Is at A. It. luge and the presents numerous. Penny's, I). Ki.as' auction continues to lraw yotu Mliool hooks. Ink, tablet, liur A meeting al the stockholder of the National Tin: ynuiiK people of tho Mt. Xenia, ciowds and dead lo.idMof floods are taper, jsiiiuils and.svhuol supplies of all Hank of llmtonville will be held At their banking G bdiiK wild dally. It will likely continue Hubble and Willow CSrovo neighbor-hoodt- i mill irniti a. u. renny. home In Iluttonville on the ad Tuesday in J "stormed" Mr. John L. Waters, n 1 i68!o, forthe purpose of electing nine Directxoaruntco all watches mid every ar till Jantiaty l.'i. The auctioneer, Mr. ielunf JfHidry I im'II to Im jiint hn h'pMc! HhtIn, imi ood one and keeps tho luclndor livinp on the Danville pike, the or totcrte the ensuing ear. 8; Mllti'd. A. It. l'ellliy J. W. IIOCKKR,Caher. crowd in Hue spirits by bis humoioUH other uiht, and all report it a pleasant evening. About "' were present. Kiyiin:s. fcTAHKOltlL r-- .y, Ky. , IcK)un;i. U , 1888 H to Jan, WTIC6 TO CREDITORS. GEO. D. WEAREN, Mang Of the Business of Mrs. J. F. WEAREN, dealer in YT r vr v 1 ' m Buggies, -- ll Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons Rond Carts, Speeding Carts, pick ykaimn alva.:sci.; 1 Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Log Wagons, BwRRy OHDI1TA1TCE Harness, Wagon Harness, Reapers, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Grain Drills, Corn Planters, Harrows, Plows, Oultivaters, Engines, Threshing Machines, Clover Hullers, Saw Mills, Feed Cutters, Horse Powers, Hay, Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c, Allot which are carefully selected from the Standard Manufactories of tho country. m A 1 1 1 ll ! m St.J MUFFLERS ! Z 4 r bl ,-l lai-K- PERSOMAL POINTS. ' stock of everything in his line no retail crow.l from this place should lmmran M,mv. Make his store heaibjuar-' Mi;, ami Mas. ,1, M, r.miMim.-!-, of attend tho Cantata at lliistumille to-- ( t).rK sm an. in Danville. KlrkHvllIe, h.tve been on u visit to Mrs. uiKht. It will bea tip-toIf nl sold pruately before I will sell at public performance auction, T. Tyre. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. and 11 siipMir to follow will be a lilting I'uor. A. K I'wton leaifN j tluale. lIustoiiMlle iK'Oiileaie. especial- .laines Chambers and Miss I.ncinda ON TUESDAY, DEC. i )...:. C.....Z....1 hir FtxIieisvilU', 'h to Christmas 1.. in. ...... ait llivjl IH11I uiiiii;v 1J .llllliuili I. lllfBI.!, On the premise at Kou land, Ky., Ilolton, of this eotintv, were marrieil on .. wltii hi children ' . ... for no ... . entei prisei and for this reason, 3Iy 100 Mls Ii!.m; Diiuon, the H'tile Cnib htf la,vel-v- ; -White, of the Shelby City; Orolmnl brimutlc, is viiiinc her sUter, ;flUu,J,0,l,,nn,0,w,,, more or less, nearly all in ar.d liaslng I lliilirlilkirliru ni nliffiim.it ltfw.tiuj. si.fc.tiir. n urge new nousc on n. Mrn. V. M. O'llrytin. tlay to marry Miss Amanda Kush'11, of, Kor term and further particulars, address I'iik VhituUir Ijiumlry, of Danville, Mil. J.W. II.N-KiTex., of J C ltODK.MKIt, A NaMiiatl IIHiIiIIlI.ii-8? Oallatin, 'lenn iJ iiAte In the Kline neighboihood, Monday, '.Mth. is hero asMMiug in up tlm allitin W'luut Henry James and MissSanih Adams splendid working order ami is turning of bin father, Mr. W. II lLnker. 11 pretty young lady of lit yenrs, weie Mk. Jamil Siiuki;i.roiii Mud wife, of out the cleanest as well as tln Is'st iron-ts- l THAI linen tlmt any Inutility in the state married at Miss Adams' home near ('nib Illinois, and Mr. Jameu Chrlsman, of Wednesday by Flder Jasper Kansas, Imve been visiting their ivlatiie, can show. This is an enterprise that Orchaid, As Kxecutorof W H Hockir, dee'd I will sell should Imj siiiHjrtel by the iieiuhlHiiiug l.ivuihton. at hi laic residence in Stanlurd, Mr. Win. DiiiiKbcity. -- Yesterday at the bride's mother's at Mil. CO. liinHis"it ni HainMlsburi, towns and we are in hope, that Stanford will head tin list with a liberal patron-nue- . this place Miss Mary K. Shackelford, a' ON SATURDAY, DEC. 22, 1888, HAVE the elevi-ies- t iiiMir.tiice adjuster ill the most estimable young lady, ami Mr. John Promptly at l o clock, all his property, re.il and business, was up tiM'0 local aetil W. vr a til ' II IN .11 , A ,ct-"SKTSfl fl t" tl - ' WEI IM '. , rtiri-?.Iiliilrknil tml. unnt illitti.it 111 tiinrrinnti pctMin.il, comottiog of the A A.Tribble this week. . U) ii.v.1 to the feat fill i.iht Hov. tjeo. , jtL' TJiJ Jom ,M ' Mks l.iTir. IUii.ia, who linn Ih.miii on iwrsie'i Kriuri on uw "Alan oi Mini at tractiug parties left imuusliately for the Homo -- orAnd a visit to fiieuds In Missouri (or the hist the Christian chinch, Tuesday eveninj:, groom's home. six months, returned Tindiij. hokini was iwsirly attended and only Slo was reof the West Kud, HOUSE AND LOT, BOTH IN STANFORD, Mr. J. J. Itu.-selike she bad unjuyisl it. alized. It was considered a tare treat by and Miss Maggie M., the pretty daugh- The latter on the South fide of M.iin ttreet, oppJ.S. lit sni.Kv and fiiiinly, of ."spring-fiel- the lew who faced the storm and it is the ter of Mr. Jake Hughes, were married nt ose Col Wtkh'a and known ns the Ed. IVndlclon plscc will iiu to Sbuifonl in a few subject of general legiei by all denoiui-nation- s rood Mare, 1 Milk Cows, Household yesterdav by Judge T. Also tlie Court-Hous- e Mi- -. Fiinnle Dunn's tbiyHHiul And Kitchen furniture, that the weather was such that W. Varnon. W.'c Woffonl and Miss m ms All sums of fio and under, cah m .njH-t- t t.11 tin- I'.mvHIe jMtev. a larger audience could not gwet this Alice Hughes, cousin of Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchhand; over that amount, a trcdit of 6 inul u the bride, camel MlsM- - IMIH OttM.I i InMlKI. uiuiillik, with interest from date distimmished lecturer and ptcicher. w itli them and acted as attendants. maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness I). CAK'IKK, Ksicuter nfM uiiU'itMin tin 11 iilcii'l Mi N" ll pciMin knowing themselves in'ebt ti, and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the Or Into 11it AviriiKii Mimk i on Hubble, K. Ibeol nt their IioIikid to the slate wlllplcac comt forward and settle DEATH'S DOINGS. eye. '27l, al s Kit 1.1:11. -- Monday night liobert (teutry, Tliursdaj a limkemiin on No. .".I, fell from the train Mis. I.ncinda Hagan, wife of John nkck. on Crooked Hill, and C. Hagan, of Madison, ilied Saturday of M11. a.vii Mits. Joiiv Haiiiiis, Mr. and in tunnel No. laconsumption. Mrs. Hagan was a devotMm. J. M. Dlckuraoii iind Mis-- s Florence when found by another train an hour ter his remains woiescitteivd in nu ed wife and a loving mother and her Fence, of liitrnod, are vlsitiim their relHIJITK CM4.A.SS iii.ivs along the tiack. They death will cause general legret. atives, Mr. mid Mi. Ituinsny, Mis. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE1 cof-liMi. Yaumdiill at the Commei-i4l- l weit brought line to be placed in a From g and we hae never eeii a more llohd. CENTRAL KENTUCKY sight. The IkhIv whs literally cut COUGHING IN CHUrtCH. Mil. W11.1. ti. Mi Kin.nkx, whostuukto I o all Point into pieces, none larger iipMiteiitly than Ala., IiiiIhi; tlm yel lib post at An IMI Ilit-i- l ill llnlitt mill Appiirriittj III pounds in weight. It was a .slick, bad 1 to litiiiclilli'. Inillulliiii. low fever plnKii". airivisl I uesla JdiKK,fth. Whoever has attended u plnce of v&BidO&ifc rrXl2! W03Firr .n. K npflld (!lirislmis Willi his pftiullls. He nik'lit ami jutt the kind lor siicli an acci jJm'amB"qk-wk-m Hunt. I'heie was of coulee no ipitu-tioifw&sm, worship mti- -t hi!V noticed tlmt tho Iimn eiithely left tells us l Ini PAST LINE BETWEEN n aii-- l tlm' those who as to the came oi his death, but alterthe storm of coughing which proviii.H ",7 Unit stilck-1- 1 TMlKVW biought here they thotvln, tuitl the throat-eleurliiwhki iiUM' i tuned mid tin- - place looks lemaiiis had bmu 1 xi . rx.. Hed LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. i:wmmrxmtwmjzdim:im.-"ntdvrMJi rAuii hn were ordered tub H'tuined to biurel, moves like a rabble of wrong nolo vJvgm umiethiiin hke .is loiiner self. Theie so thill the coroner lould sit on them before the eh iivh music, are not whol'mi deaths, the most Vkiv l.VS i.ie .uel .SCTII HL'I I. IN HI Kl I I MAY jo, iis ly natural phenomena. Thoy am to u TmwimtmwWmftV'y yftifymi "ihryWIiiTi i ulnrTi ami make So nut of the case, we ylSKimsaSOKSMiKA' 7VXIr&EaUmUKXI dostrrti'lixe ini"i li'i to tin number of No 4 No y. Nn t Mr. ticntiy was alsitit -- it yeart large extent uviildublo evils bretl ot ' r8iMiiiyli,i in the Ninth imitation, and Smith Hound old. His patents live at Coal Creek, habit mid thoughtless Kn Sun. Y.x Daily Sun. their very deslrnhle reduction is there- CITY AN9 VICINITY. 8 10 am i it p in J 00 p in near Kiiuxvillc, to which place what was Covington !.e Falmouth.. 10 Oi u in y 38 p 3 p in fotii by no means hopeless, l.se b ft of his body was taken. m ' where a basin of itlsoao underlies tho 4 pm I!. vVultoii'r. l.e Cnthiana . 11 oj am 10 50 p in 5 30 p in it.w tov-at10 p it 40 a in 10 Arr could Arr 1'ari explosion, a litlla 11 30 pm 11 30 p m 0 10 p in -- On Monday W it: r I'imiii i.i.. I.exmston last - I'luiii clil dim. Moutlellanis. m 1'aris. . Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture while (ieei'swoik tiitiu was at I'ineville usuallv do soiiiethlng to losn its foroo I.tc Winihcstcr....11 50 p m to 55 p in' 5 ro P m v P J5 Arr 'J Its fiMijiieney. The stiino is of course Arr IticlimonJ... u no p m 11 25 p ml V m m and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods T. It. Will- - getting an engine on the track that had or I'l'Y vour Xuias Mwtul in the tuiso of the merely Arr Lancaster-.- .. 5 10 p m gotten oil while woikiug with it on a doubly true o p ni,..., can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con..i- habitual rougher. A variety of medic- Arr Stanford ... 00 p in kTchmond turn-table- , a negio passed by and with05 l.e llerea vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. inal aids might, moreover, bo used til Arr 3 Jo p in .... jsrfs-n- i shIc at l. Ilassaiic;ion-iooout a woid fired at one of the negioes support of such voluntary efforts. Arr l.exini!ii)ii.. 5 45 p '" for ladle winking at the engine, indicting an ugly There Is, lastly, the option of refrainNorth-lloutNo. 3. No 1. R. B. N'o.e. nuts at whole-sal- e wound in tho leg. dipt. Uecr and Mr. ing Jrotu the use of tho voleu in wor(b.vniKs, ointiu'-saii- d JT. SUCCF.SSOK TO Fos- - Oilfbidshot at the negro several times, s M 'tctlf ,7. ... ship should every other means fall to l.e l.ivfmslou.. 00 anl retail pi ic-- at -- UrALCK ts- 15 I.e llerea. but failed to hit him. The murderous assure that re.tsonablu degree of quiet Arr Richmond..... 10 43 a terV. a 11 , THE HATTER, M'MIOHAEL, scoundicl becoming otlemled at this which is natural and decent In publio l.e Stanford 7 so a in ..i.... ()i a Mt. Veinoii hilrr iellsof thebirih went down in the town and soon return- worship, l'cmuii.striiiico on tho part I.tc Lancaster ... a 10 a in 511 4TH AVENUE, ROWLAND, KY , cu a in Arr Kichmond.. afinlnuuhtertii Mi- -. W J. Jpnik- - a few ed with nine other negroes, all mined of the ollielntliig clergymen affords Le Itichmond.... it 30 p in 6 50 a in LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Has stocl, complcttf in all us department .Old remedy, and ;i Arr Wim.lies.icr.. I i.e. p illlVff 111:0. 7 40 a til with Winchester ritles. This little hrii?. another dcslro to cull the uttuitiou ol the public to their Arr I'aris 3 5 pin 8 j a in indeed bo often tempted -, Malaga ade walked aiound ('apt. Heer and his m Hoots, Men's and Hoods, Notions Hats, Caps, 7 OiiAM.fx. I'Oii.iw. IiiiiiiiniiI.e I.elui;toii . j co p m 8 35 a in. 3 00 ppm stock ofShoes, Dry lloj' Clothing, .mil Family The Nobbiest & Most Stylish as Lsel'ans ivpimvo this form of dlstui-banc30 a in 350 3 40 p in erew. nslne ollensiv.. hn.LMinee i..uil..l (irocorii-s- . takim in exchange Country umpe-- . rmnwUi i.ip ", Ik", cocoanuts, 06 p in 9 u6 a in 4 30 p in h '" l,, ;,ll,7'sl "f 7? h '."7m "! I.ve Cynthiana ... 44 51 p in 1003 a 111, 5 p ni forgooiU Will have produce our Christmas Stock Stock of could stand it no "wh them, till l.c Falmouth.... at S. S. Myer'. 1st fall in mid look mil Arr Cosington ... 6 ai p 1115 a ml S 50 p m 0m.w "."" '." longer, and he ordered his men to fob ,l,n,ff1 mljjltt Im useful, . Wnlien'rt, "Model low ,, On theMavsVillc llrancli, .V06. leaves Pari at liiK'TfoijM i.omg to tliMhher.il he hoi-- 1 No, 11, arriving at 30, am 530, p " when you iowe.1 in. W inchcMer lilleM ,ol llm,, mt t hjw f,,,m ,,, lotiinu 8Masvllleand 1030, a m,at and 740, in, m. No, 10 JXJpx. iiocery"iind 'tfliliiUlh JX. NO O at p six ami leload-- , lMJen Wl)rtea t0. U Imwl l)0 leaves Maysville at ( 00, a in, arriving at I'.irin at want ('hivtmiis pbU Kv cr brought to the ity of Louisville, nmv open ing what pistols they had, he gave the beml) ,mVL.vr, that uowhero m-- tact 8 jo, a in. No. u leaa Majsvilla at 105 and . 'I his notice forewarns hunters, ami oiilcr to march luck to where tho ne- - lui temper so needful as in the pulpit, amtes at I'aris it 3 aj, p in. These trains are others not to trespass on our lands uithotit per- including the daily escept Sunday Tin: Mop 'lyb In "' l"H isivad inviNo 3?tcati-- i Covington groeshad made the assault. Arriving1 t)j tlmt. however easy of uso this eor-the830:1m, arrives at mission, us all such vvilltto nrusriuti-- to the lull- - KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS Falmouth in 10 tations to a hop toll ifneti at Nicholas-vill- o a Sunday only. No. 31 they foiiml the negroes still ready teellvo may appear, it would bo un-f- leaves Falmouth 30 4 30in; arrives at Covington cst extent of the lav. Signed pm, lit on the 011 the --Mlb, and at And alo in y own importation of English Huts (ii:o II. IIOPI'DR. at 6 30 p ni; hiindav only Nu 15 leaves l.eing-to- n T J. HILL, war and shooting at once began, tlie wise to establish any set method of 7 15 p in, arriv t I'aris j 55 p in. No. 8 leaves IM McKOlli:in'S,JR. M. S. IIAUCHMAN, I and Cups An elegant line ot Canes and Ljoii's 'JTtli.. LaviiiKioii 5 in p in, .iimcs Falmouth 7 so pin. KOlll'. .McAI.ISTKR, J.K IIRUCK negro side firing lir.st. At least 10 shots restraint in a ease where so much Cclehrnted Umhrellas ulvvav on hand. Kine S.H. IIAUCHMAN. No 7 leaves Falmouth at c 311 a 111, arrives at Cov- S. II. SHANKS, hunting for Christmas presentH MRS. HF.NRY IIAUCHMAN, A. M FKI.AND tired, when the negroes were put to ponds on personal discretion. A no- ington al 7 jo a m Whim: SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, K.T PENCK li.MLY EXCKI'T SUNDAY. don't fail to cc tlie miilllera, haudker-chief- ught. Nono of C'lijtt. (Jeer's crew were Ulo iiflixed tit each eiitrtineu-doo- r NO IX Trains 3 and 4 are daily hetween Win(itov e anil other Furs, a. specialty Orders out- iihiII'm "t Seventnce ,V: hurt save tho one who was shot before wou,d invbubly better answer tho satno chester. Lexington and Cincinnati; other other and fur side of city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaraii- daily except tlm war beean. It is not known ulw.il.. purpose. Ill one tvspcet. Indeed, both trains areconnection is Sunday. Winchester with Son's. , made Direit teed Don't tail toorderu NOI1I1Y HAT U tyr "'r :u ,u Chsaprale ti Ohio for Ml. at Sterling, Ashland 'i "- ' of the other si.le wore shot, but it C,0,W awn I ant Agi'Lt For he I'liKsii l.u oTcmliTs lmthKiench ami Huetinelnn, Chnrlean, W. Va. and Lantern cities open to some degree of blame In tho ' K t are seriously FnS 1 LINK- - Noj. 3 ami 4 fop ,M.llt. ter. ASolid trains with Pullman run via WinchesI stick, nuts, ligs, Malaga grapes, or-ngeTho Sleeping Cars, he1 he cause o tho row mine , , LTLY COAL, ,, ul- - tween Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Win. cocoanuts just teceiv-- 1 mounded. (Il.fo,tVo In apples, raisins and nm Washington. up over a g.une of cards between the ,1W. ...... ,Alun.u iu MHiklnir out Chester and ticLels and baggage checked to any And vvlll keep it constantlv oil hands in mj yards ... Through ...i. 'imi.i.i.V I am Agent for V 1 Wl ..rd two negroes the night before, in which and amending any evident errors in destination reached liy a railroad, in Stanford lor full particulars address anv agent of the Co. .lelllco nut coal the negio who did tho first shooting Thy our extra clean ! S. K. . .MOKSi:. these respects the olllelnl nieinbors of K. H.ltAC'ON. & Hair. 1'ra.clinir Piss'g'r ji , !en'l Pass'g'rAgt., Also Lime, Sa for cooking stoves; not only cheaper, but claimed that tlie negro he shot had a congregation would nt least bo doing ' WI111.I1 comineiii.es I so il.irlug is, Lexington, I.). Covington, Ky, . uutrv htanksrun uhlwu iliem l PtAu in tCall. me. Mipiuior to lump for such purposes. Oeo. 'jumped the gunie, taking with him all what thoy could to ahato tho coughing ll.lt HU.VTINfJTO.V.tieiiernl Manager. 'AM KUIL l Ilntrle llos Jamwry i, iMu. " JflllN It. HICGI.VS, ( the money on the t.tbli . IbiWeareit. aonOfflcoB. Covington, Kentucky. nuisance. I.wnloii I nn'n I. Stanford. isanVlllc-- Ky t 1 Mn. A. K. (iiimoss, tlie popular dealer Sivck the reeeiit ood luck of the RowMint. ti. W. Y si .i. of ltnathter, has land Club the Louisiana State Lottery in wall paper, paints, oils, brushes, Ac, ' A meeting of the stockholder of thi Hist been vImHIiii; Mrs. JoMph Severance'. hiiMyreiitly increased in populaiity. The of Danville, has moved from his old Hank will be held at their banking house in John W. IIaiuiis, of (iuinml, p.tKsctl came oll'Tuesday and yestenlay stand 011 Third street to the Hurdinm Stanford on the ad Tuesday in January, 1S&89, for upyeMerdny to I'inevilleon a piosjiect-iii- Idntvviuu Itntel. ...... eleven Directors to serve " and Wednesday it was the i;euend topic. I'lnlii' niiuwlli.- llii. Cili-lui- r . ..w... Mr. ' the purpose of tour. ... .. I .1 I.Iis .1 . I . .1 . .limy .hw iicKcut were, lil.tt.i.iu l... atrt.' ",,v ..( 4lu. n.ii.u, LitnMi the tnsuing year 11 " tui " " iiioukih 111:11 s 87 Mit. II. I.. lliiiMsof JHON I McKOHKK'IS, Cashier. ' St"ll? r"1 'U 'OOII1S ' Reeled purchased at this place uud linn hind. K ).iiiMlli-.fiiriiIli-e- STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. al In Cotton, Woolen and Silk, ".. 1 J "'""'" "''"'." elo-tln- "" """ tth with a iicvv.--y from that place this iNXUc. A .ui FHTE FAHM. p tt.n 1 25, '88, All Colors and Prices. . I Uc! Farm of Acres,! blue-grat- s Bruce & McRoberts PLEASE OBSERVE Jl-J- . EXECUTOR'S SAbE. M'ROBERTSSTAGG j aJ a CMrTTi"Tir it ,qv triWYrr vj iMiisi xkvo'3', Place of Eight Acres, ll, 1 1 WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. . - 1 !l 1 1 JU - iu-m- i:i. I f. i !.?;. R IOT Al FURNITURE STORE HinFFMAI -- ! i)l H111-it-n- nd tl ( sick-enln- MaV j n tin-fev- j g. , pie-slim- e. 6BsSll .MT-iliTrr-m ml il 1 mmmj 1 TODFo j; 1 wm8tm& CT I 1 5 - 111 .A lsr. 1 T. loHBsPSl solf-eoutr- ol 11 . m to-da- h. t 1 111 111 K. HlfcTOBT, GEOGHEGAN, 111 ', Gcucral niercliaiidise, 11 1 pos-dbl- 111 .. s, i . n the-captai- .. ,,,. ro do-we- re l? 111 POSTED. 1 ) s 6 i Vj j world-rriiuun- cd 11 1 or H " ,.'... ...... "''" 2TEW COAX YARD. 1 r.3! ,,, SUPERIOR TO HORSEMEBT u, nd COMBINATION SALE rtj-t- . t: mmmmmmmtmmmmmtfi hMMHMmmN I Si. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal; 1N-DOO- RS AftD OUT. U'htch Will Iiitfirmst :.? -- it r v yt B. 'riV ments first, as they dry sooi.est: lcavo gathers nud bauds antll tho lust. Tho lino glossy uppeanincr gl rcis to Unci) C.W, MITCALT j s IIAIS Is desired and admired liynll. Among by profcaslouitl blunderers has lo'jg been the things vrliich may best bo done to METOALF st HAYS, regarded with winder by bo isekeepcrs, rnhnnre personal and looked iioiiufterunsuccessluluttempls licatiiy l. tho dally ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. at Imltutinn, us tho result ot a tnugieiil itie of Ayer's llulr process or of a secret difficult tc penetrate. IIAUltOUKVlLl.r. and PINKVII.LK, KY Vigor. No matter In despair I hey dec Ida thut who they wish what tho color of Will practice iu any court in K itern Kenlulr nice work to be dor.e, they must send their suy tho hair, this prepaKsauilnailunsui 11ml titles tiuuc aspe.iaitv linen to 11 laundry sire tracts of limber, 10a! aid mi .ei .1 I nuts i ration gives It a bis' Some yours ugo, tho writer hi quest of ,n any point m d or ' site. Information tur ishrd tro and pliancy that JS if reipondence soluile.l launiiitormatiou on this subject vlstf-dlli- o ndds greatly to Its CVlestl.il lintud for his dry of u shln.-mts!I charm. Should thu week. glossy linen When asked wl ul kind of hair bo thin, linr-True, stationary tubs with hoi raid cold starch he used, John Cliluaiiiiui nnld: "Oh, ' dry, or turning gruy, " water within easy reuch, "improved" halfe Meliciin st luiclt, halfe fhli 11 stlarch." LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. v r r wringem mid "ingenious" washers lighten Then he nddod, with a who rh.i sing of his Aycr's Hulr Vigor tho labor somewhat, hut tliousu nils of homes cue and blinking of his oblique oyes: "Mel tho will restore W L is.Mii woman no tluuge 'uougli nukeo tdilno nre not supplied with these labor-savincolor, bring out n THE LARGEST AND FINEST conveniences, and suggestions promising to alio sanies, llkee I'liitmnrin." and with theso growth, and new wiisMng-d.i- y will unsatisfactory replies, his interrigutor was lesson tho nnnuol labor of Tender the old soft and shiny. For HOTEL IN THE CITY. obliged to depart more than rvoi impressed be welcome thero. keeping tho scalp clean, cool, and Some previous preparation can be made with tho mystery attending lino hiundry healthy, thero Is no better preparation that will help wonderfully. He sure to have work. in tho market. a dinner planned for Monday thai will not Hut notwithstanding Johnnie's RATES $2.50 TO S4- PER DAY. ACCORD- - .YMOz JL'MI metisl!? Uciidi,.' t,"-of un. luiw m roqutro attention " I am free to confess that a trial me uud ucfroniiiiitls cunti rtiins, wo This powder never varies. A inirvcl I purity during tho fore- succeeded after many triuln and disappoint Aver's Hair Vigor has convinced inc to rooms: strength and whoIeonieness More economical use has noon, and Instead ments in evolving from observations of han the ordinary kinds, ami rinnot tie sold in lUat It Is a gonuino nrtlclo. .Its iffTHIS iircimratlnn.wllhout not only caused tho balr of my wife and of throwing the laundry methods uud from experiments, n ompelition with ihe mtiltitudr- - of low Its', short TUKKISIIA: RUSSIVN I1ATIIS IN II'IIKI ' wrltiht slaughter to be soiled clothing tolnjur, removes Frock. process whereby a polish ma b. given to cans. almnor phosphate powders bold (only in Kov-., I'ovm'Kk IUklN. gether promiscuPim- w.1coi..i loa. Islvor-Molo- n. linen that will ploavo tho most fastidious. 10S Wall strei New VorkGlossy, Abundant and ously ns It is col plos, Dluok-HondSeveral conditions must be observed, Sunburn and o letted on Satur- howover, simple though they b, iu ordur will render the Tnn. A few nppHc.-itfonlint It has glvon my rather stunted day und Sunday, to msuro success Starching uud dampena respeetnblo length and appear most ituhbornlr red kin roft, rmooth and ivcry, geed and Sale Stable, Ohio. assort it in such ing huvo already boon described carnfully. nnce." K. llrlttim, OaVland, STANFORD. KY., white. Viola Cronni is not a paint or a way ns to save Kxerimciits with many different binds of "My hair was coming out (without powder to cover tlrfecii, but nrtmeilr to cure. E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. It ii superior to all other preptt rations, and xllshlng-lruu- s time on Monday have taught that tho best anv asslstanco from my wlfo, cither). Fine, course and work can bo done with the rough-faced- , I tried Aver's Hair Vigor, using only is guaranteed to clve Mtltfactlon. At dniic ouo bottle, and I now have as Hue a colored clothes Troy pollshltig-Irons- . On uccnur.l or their oO rrepared br CLOTHES IUIIHEU j 1 his old and n Hotel still maintaini gilts or mailed lor head of hair as any ono could wish for. S,0.,W 1)0 ,,laceil indented surface they must bn heated very O. UITTIVlOre Jto -- It. T. Bchinlttou, Dickson, Tenn. its high reputation, and its Proprietor Is detcrmin. In separate rollc hot. TOLKUO, OHIO. j cd that it shall be second U no conntry Hole! in ' I have used Aycr's Hair Vigor In my An ornamental as well as useful contrivIron tho body nnd sleeves of shirts with a fjjnlly for a number of years, and or Atten- lrS,si si McKohens A Slang's, Siai nrd K soiled olothtng Is made by common smoothing iron. Pl.icu i.lic bosom-boar- d Ihe State in its Fare, Appointments, ance for holding it as tho best hair preparation I covering a half barrel with crotouno or bosom, smooth wrinkles, tion 10 his i.uests. l.a.Mi.ie const) d to and under know of. It keeps tho scalp clean, tho I pretty ligured ollod calies, laying this und polish by tho from depot free of charge' Special accommods- rapidly moving the xllshlng W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. - soft nml lively, and preserves tho hahI cover In box pLiita to represent barrel iron over tho surfneu wllh heavy pressure. lions to Commercial Travelers. has used It for original color. My wife IONDON, KV, staves. Tho InalJo of the barrel is lined Should any part have become too dry to a long tlnio with most satisfactory with silcsia or ciraVlc. tho lid Is covered polish well, rub lightly with a damp cloth Uonjamln M. Johnson, M. D., Cood turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire &c u narrow and polish a?am. Thomas Hill, Mo. I and finished around the edge with (on reasonable terms London Is the most tonven GICO. A. and dry, I box pUlting of tho cretonne ; a ring or ban- -' Plaits shiiuld not Us pressed down. To I lent point on the railroadofto reach places In the " My hair was becoming harsh McKINSBV, KV. ihe Slste 10 dlo by which to raiso the lid Is added, and prevent this follow the iron with the ends in ihe mountain section but after using half u bottlo of Aycr's tho receptacle is complete. This will bo of the fingers under lb.8 plait. AND Hair Vigor it grew black and glossy. I l'or Drugs, Medicines, the famous Sjtup 01 Pigs founl toboagreatconveniencc, especially If rannot express tho Joy and gratitude I Polish cuffs 011 both sides, the risrht side and cor andtauctsuur presctipllous promptlyour Staple I SO A. 41 llriadstay and 31 New Street feel." Mabel C. Hardy, Delavau, 111. room is not over abundant. house last. Quick movements and heavy prcsiure IHE rectly filleJ at all hours, and to ijet Tho writer has tried many different ways will secure tho best results In the least (.rucerics, tine Clrars, Toilet Articles. Ac. go to XMV VORK CI I V r J A. WILLIAMS l.ojd . Co., McKluney recommended to make washing easy, but time. When done, draw the end of the Will open again will attend In our drug department, also attend to the ono here given has proved, from long Iron lengthwiseou tho wrong side Tins will the wants of Ihr sick, night or dav, in town or Stoclcn, Ilonds, Orixln, Vrovlstonn and BT experience, to be tho most satisfactory. ju country curl them into shape. Petroloum. 1889. Polish the upper and lower parts of tt.rn Dr. J. C. Ayer tk Co., Lowell, Mais. ' Monday morning, rise a littlo earlier than K(.IN Itnuoiir Ulu t !MIKli fiv usual, if possible, and have a quantity of down collars separately, the lower part Sold bv Prosaists anil Perfumers. ! I1 S heated. Fill a tub about liulf full of first. Fold uud run the iron cround the water biiud for cspl.l.istMr) Mnht I (lis Many pupils have already en; jjr.1 and the pros j hot water, and iuto this stir 11 half a bar of upper edge 011 thu inside n nuinh.'r of times. peels arc much heller thsu last term fur a lull ' any good soup unviour.ly dissolved by shay school. Our stork U ihorou(h, as is shown by the TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNH. (I It an exoolleat plan to keep a small We shall who v.ent out liom last HUFFMAN, In? thin In hut water. Into this soapy hot cake of beeswax on tho Ironing table, nnd teachersspeciallr ihe ensuinxu term ser Common make a of the a floe Roller Mill in Having water throw ;he whlto clothes to bo washed, to rub tho hot Irons n;cr It frequently, and School and Teachers' Course hence tlioc expect the town recently equippeds defy any Mill to SUitOhON DENTIST, f Stanford that and let them .. "ik while doing the morulng then over a damp cloth tokecpthem kiuooth ing to teach could scarcely do belter than enter equal in quality of rlaur, we think the cttiicns ol s?"" - - KtNTl'CKV, STANFORD, our classes. Ihe county should have munly pride enough lo work. and five from starch. "It 1 Si I Ve wish lo inOffice south side Main, two door above Depot Si. Kates from Si so to $ prr nintith and sustain the same patronise After clearing breakfast away and pute are in Ihe Mr M. V IiKNNY, Principal form whom it ma) concern thst tjit tiit,.:.-Ai-ting the housu in order, wur off tho water ttsw' and will i As'.i.tanl A CHEAP WATER HEATER. maiket to buy our sihcat and cum C. A. BENEDICT &.G0., We It'" , In which the clothes hive staked and add a Cr o ' gie the higheslmatkel price for same. meal have kdded some new mschinery to our csiru clean suds. Rub the white clothes through A Onoil I'liin Inr I'riislilliii; Wislrr for department and can no make meal to suit anv JL. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, this, scalding them in a largo kettle or block In Inter. Itcannot be eiiuslled by any other mill person. boiler, and throwing them into another tub. That farmer Is shiftless indeed who does We solicit a trial in our (lour and A in this vicinity STANFORD, KV. All has ing grain in our line meal departmeut When all have been washed and sculdcd, not provide comfortablo quarters for his l..sl-i'twm- h for sale ill please csn al the Mill, where our A. M. C'oblclgh. of TcniptcUm, Wells drilled to order and I'umps luruished at oover them well with cold water. Prepare animals. agent will be found al stl times, who still give the STANVOKI), KV ' clean suds, and through It wash the col factory prices. 3 Mass., bus at a small cost so provided for his a best prices for same. Ilran and shlpstull alwa)s W.N POTTS, stock that they are not obliged to go out 111 ored clothes. OlTicr on liniaster street. In room tcccull)- - va- Inaukk Sup!.. Stanford Holler Mill Co jji tf. Wash the tub and prepare the rinse water, the cold air to get water. He built it shed cated by I)r W, It. Penny Hill), .". Uls. W lra.flsls. adding either dissolved Indigo or ultra- out over his barn door, in which is a Inn for blueing, wring the whlto clothes bedding nnd water that is conducted to the marine THEMOST RAPID ROUTE AIbo I.tintl mill Stock- $L- I from the sudsing water, rinse well and ' A t desire to lease Kentucky I will sell attfreat hang out all but the fine clothes which are Kser aiiemtltd beiween ih jresl c.p.mtr x Mcrjfice 3 saw mills complete with jo horse boilers to be starched. Wash the colored clothes cities on the Onto Kiier and I. hie s", "' ,ltr . and aohore citrines, a uw srorks, ox log wag. ; the falet lime and ml nnfortl'l trains W I am sole A jent in Lincoln County for the Na on 3 ahore syjsfons t burkboird, t spring wag. through another suds, rlnsr. starch In Hour the snuil m LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE tween ad iiisscssunlsrpait nf tn I1) I iftVtilon tional I larmcnt Cutter, whuh os.tokeu so highI he Norihoesi. sn and harms 3 jnLi-- of cattle, 3 mulct, 1 borne, starch, made by pouring boiling water over ihi. r ' ly of by llro. Ilarncsinthc Journal. I itnl t t spr jcri'l uilll complete, and my farm of 560 aire. of a small quantity of flour, and tho wator trunk lines is Jsno.l l'd Price, with full instruction., H. RAILROAD. W II sell prtsatels-viell tiiubeted. k e fstis ! Thesuptrh rolhnr inch land (isron II PATTKN. stirred uutil smooth and free from lumps, Mrs MAR MART SMITH, Unlimited C nirfnrt " . ii ) tim-rzt$ 6m Crab Orchard, K). -- The (irest . and hang out f Maywood, ky. -- . 2r orr.M ll ou.,n Tseiri I itf,. mil. Vmc-o-l u KWtH.-l- L i cc xaj should be rubbed with a wil ftrl ,r lirnr is1-Tho clothes-linS.ia Vi.' sf 'S. IV fssn ?s. M .. anil damp cloth before the clothes arc hung upon THROUGH TRUNK LINE. nun, irti.ineyun.ml hs tirfc s iu MtM.sn, .is 10 save rl aa, Pmrnrs i-J5----rit. ClotheS'pms when not in use should be HOUSE, K . K -- To The- . (trneral Pj.r-rs S, kept in a basket or back for that purpose, tt LONDON, KENTUCKY, MBEIITY, KY.. City IkUi bi OiSser I that they may be clean and free from dust. I. M lliCKsrs, jt itli Ave., Iuisile Ky X CIIKsl' CAPT. FRANK B. KILEY, PI.3PRI3T3R. Tf.lt IICITUK. Prepare theotarch for the linen by allowK. A " kkhsis uj inc t . ClKimnsii i'h F. W. WARRINNER,PROPR. ing 6no tubliMpootiful of good starch to oath ' . . w shed through n 8Kiut from a well lo the Thoroughly Uenoviitid n I Refurnished. First. ah'rt, collar and pair of tuffs to be starched, I the ahevt Hotel and inlrnil run cla Fare and Kes.on .t.ic I'rices, May and night and dissolving it in 11 little cold water. Add yard. Tho water Is then warmed for hin ningil in ill partii uUr. Sp.1 Train are met by t'ohu Porters, ul thu Popular' a little dissolved blueing and .1 small pioce stock by u simple iiir.wiKenietit which cost cial alien i"n S mi l.i onuiicr. ml men him only ?1 fW. The cost of warming from y JOj-t- f. House. fll wax. A favorite siib.uituU) for ofl.iund-Ul forty di'KreeH to sixty decrees for twenty the wa is made by inching tovetbor equal head LouiBvillc Tho Original Wins. ofcnttlo is not far fiom llfteen tvnta a ix and parts each of spermaceti, ivlnto C. I'" Simmons, St. I.oult, I'rop'r been warmed in a To Nashville, ptinifntio into a cake, and adding a small week. The water Iiai M A S.mniont.ivs-rMed- i ine, Kst'd hogshead, but IU: CcbMiU s.i.s ho Lall pioce of thi. It ut once prevents the rio.in the I S Court imriATs I Memphis, mt. va.i:;oN. ::y. II Zei.ii l'rn'r A.CJ.S minons l.ir. I he lurmcrs from sticklnir, und aids in se- take that out and ut In a lare barrel, as National llai.k, l.aied at Mas , er lief the ho's.n"' hold y more than In for si, in I nicoltl 101ml), K) .is ll.tw seltlini; its Atlanta, J.r ! by e im i .n tli'l uisinliin curing a po!!li. M A. S. L M has for 47 eir ToUu..U The wnriiii.. ; I "Jono as illustrated by a ulTalr. nd Iherefure mKt. is lie.ebs )is vn In nil CUleJ iNPIlsTfN, IIIIIIIIIMIS Hlir this dissolved starch, and pour bailMontgomery, small oil stove (cost nlnelv cents) which is holding sjid ltank't nolo or h li m; ci.liin. ,ijinl j iif .u one reputation. Charges reasonable. fur UsrsrtiA,SirK HiAtiAcii,l ns. nt d i.ition taj attention to the trai clinj pul.lic ing water orer it until It Is clear but still plai-ennilcr a copjwr tank alKiut tlftcen sitOn n, iV- - t" prceni i)Vs K pavni nr. ArrTiT, hoi momach, I.tc II. Rock, JOHN Littlo Slake this starch much thinner by thu addi- inches liljili und six in diaututi'i', which is .M. I' NKWCOUtl, I'rp., A Iter T II. Itrimi, I'aslrrM. K. " s.nurrn, xuams, 1 enn., wide !! Mt Wrnw. ks.1 tion of water, for starching drosses, Hltirts, connected with tho barrel by two leuil "J V Mobile and New Orleans. nnruus nud laces. s tmnK 1 snuuii: nave Dren dciil hut liivns soldered to tho copper tituk. tor your uenulne .11 A. S.m To starch slnrts. collars or cuffs, lay the iSAIi-S- . mons I irer Medicine. I hasc Holea were b.nvd through the barrel, Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. aomctimrs had to snihlitut which were then pltif,'eil with cor, ami oil on a rli'iin, "'ic liu'a tutC for your Mrdl Oiils me chi'ijr l.i p.i.tsin holes made lit the cor!, to receive the lead c.ne, hut it don't answer Ihe smooth iioarii, unti 25 pln'.' The lottjr pipe through winch tho hot i purpose " ! rub in all the stiff & the tank is lx'tit down OPltl Dr. J. It. Craves, rCdltor Tht water passim from Two lullei South ot St inford on N'caF Creek starch it will PtM I. M. mnhls.Tenn. savs W CIIAIG Sarsnparilla, nnd be sure jou gft It, near tho bottom of tho barrel, so m, to seAddress me at Carlnlr, Ky j t rercivcda packne of sour Liver Hub off susvhen vnn want the best EMIGRANTS It tnkos now cure u iKUier I'liviilittioii. Mt.!,. inc, and have used half of It. perfluous starch It vscrksl Kc a charm. I want no wiui us inriy jenrs iilxiuttwti hours iornUo the tempei'ntiire A ! 011 the right side SeeVlne hosrus on ihe line of this rswd will roceive r l.ncr Itrcnlalor and cer twenty tloyrees. 'Mr. CoIiIoikIi believes (TI?ot tiucsaiiiiui'ii sue peil rales, for raus,rutes tauily nu mure uleilui'j r.utute. and hang up to rtshd ill tht cure of (r. ) 4i-S1 that when lie has chaiiKud ton barrel and aeenls c.t thts C loipaoy dry, as free from ,vc, or wrue 10 made Mime sltulil cImiiki's to mio heat Mood DUoiihus, ymi have 400 acres, more orlts, 'd Mniniain, Coal wrinkles us iiossl. T. A.. L. V AlMOItr. 1.. I. I i!I soil at a liarx in which is now lost, the iintl of warming ji.il Tisabm Lahds that can make no mis I oiiisstlle, Ky ble, eithor in the sun or nonr hut lire. wnter for bis st..clt will not lie over ten li.ivo a sicre ikidiid rent for a furniture and In proferrinj; tnko taLlishir.nt The clot lies should be galhtrcd us soon us runt mi wool; I'ivo sv.ws have had exactly hardware or tinner' Ajtr's These are trood for an days, l'or further infwrnia-- dry on windy dnys.jns an hoi.r's whipping Hie same fivd und cnu since tho wtitur was W. MHICAI.F majjoo, write P. ! j nil switching in the wind will wear them tvnniKHliiH b 'fore. The (,'iiin l'i butter the & Ilarhoursil'e, Ky 0 more than wouks of ordinary ustiyu. first seyon days was over thirteen ioiiuds. Dampen x? I'V'i W T3 f .'VJ the night befnro ironing by linsidoft Ibis, he has the pleiisnire of seeinj; to ntu other. Till ' PULLMAN CABS AMD SOLID TRAtllS sprinkling each piiis, which should be liincoivsgu initl 111 It without Htoppiiic to v's LOUIS 3CHLEGEI.' s.M ri &i VA Ik f modof . lightly railed up, und thou placed In the toiniiei' their teeth, and when they have, ern blood lii.'dlcine.i, 'pHOTOGllArr-IKR- , ; basket. I lurst thoy do not curl up or ,it ' 'fiuent'lii'ii tVieir Ayer'. Sarsnimrilln mjuwcm 1) not d.iuiien lino t.cnrclivd elo'ho until I worth a great deal J.3lUJt-Jbliiver. Thl, he suya, Im still the lurMt pop' To Wnahlnton, Hichmoncl and j Ksn5,;, KICUMONI) - KV an hour or two befon1 ironing lh.ui, as they to him. fe in creatular, . R ,,,, . -- , Old Point ComPort. u longer time. 3.s still if damn will bt or demand than all in Dampening collars, cuffs nud shirts is an ,'irnlliislliit vyui'e : tt 'apli in all ttyl and 'US. Ic'.u v&r?i wii-jwrothers combined. 1 Thoiicconipanviug cut is an illdstratlon Ink, CrajounnJ Water Colors. Nsjw d Important feature of the palirbiug, us tlicy very low pncI, U sidling fail. j must be limber effi but not wet. For collars of ucornhuisl;li.g bench invented by (. A. l mil 1'rimes and 'Mats at "A$rrs Rarsaparilla never Institute, to To Loulsvilo and Olnollnnatl" A. ICosbach. H explains itself, and can bo than over before. I and cuffs procure u thin piece of cloth C'Sinc lions direc f r jIi mts m the Tienrgo W. Wliltinaii, loeoiiiiiionil It." cheese-clotis best perhaps wo. It und inado by any farmer wlao can ttso n snw l)ruKit, Albany, I ml. WFsST NORTH - WEST AND wring it out Then begin ueur ono sldo of and a li'umuus. A Is a unit fitted with a SALE. unlM nafo In sayliiK SOUTH-WES- T. It. to lay on It it cuff; then fold over the end "I ntnSarsnparilla fur that mythose of of excel Ayer' iao nsre on tho Somerset :ind Crab Oor. hard without bending tho cuff, lav on .mother thoriiusjh n.ulsfne-tlon.- " nay other, und it elves No 1. No, 4. Weil of, rottK halfwuy l'ete-- n the iwii p!a.e fold again und so continue until till la. 11. llunh, De Molnos, low a. port!), liulf t cared al.d ,a piece, t;t,d Tjer at end Dailv in krm( rsoi 13, 17. wrapped In the collars Daily. I,x. Sun. c'rt?tinj;ra. A food outlet for caiilt. hoj, tho cuffs andThey will aro ready for polish "Aycr's Sarsnparilla nnd Aycr's Tills be W (i. WALLACE. damp cloth. andilicep. ' nro the heist nullliij; medicines in my IJalmey Ky. ing In about 1111 hour. 700pm 6 jo a m I.ve Louisville store. T can rccommciid tlicnt conscienArr Lexington .10 JJ p m 11j jo a m To damiteu shirts, lay a damp cloth over IJIckhaus, Thannacist, 10 a m '. tiously." " White oiilphur hprings. 1, tho Iwsom, sprinklo the rst of the shirt ICoHclaud, III. 3 ' P ,ni ii o p m " ChiitlotUvillcVMJunst I 9 00 p m 3 50 p m " Richmond lightly, roll up and place with tho collars "Wo hnvo sold Ayer's Sarsapariiia 6 33 I' " II 10 35 a m ' Newnort News and cuffs. hero for over thirty yearn and nlwavs Mil 00 a m 7 00 p m Comforl " Old Point asked to nuino tho covered with recommend it when The ironing table should be 11 so a m 7 40 p m and is " Norfolk A RKl) COW came to my l.cu-- t Lkt M W. T. McLean, -- ..'' 9 40 p m iljpm best " Washington till there. Owner tan get her by pa) in,! f. r her a thick blanket uud a clean whlto sheet. ttmMmmmmmmmmT shirt-boar- d Druggist, Augusta, Ohio. Hid this Milvritisement lla tnnore " Keeping 'ni$pm 11 5 P m six feet t Thero should ulso bo a I. 1 00 a m 5 IB .1 in " l'Mla.'.lnlu-- i MRS. 1'AUI INT. HAYS, for tho 'long and eighteen Inches wide covered with I have sold your medicines -! 6 Vo a m 6.0am Stanford, Ky. " New Vork order last seventeen years, and nlwnys keep iwo or tliree thicknesses of cloth, In bosom-"boar- pair of cleatH bo that It can be moved, thus stock, as they aro staplos. injkiiif? it uiinecesuary to draw the atallra d them in me to Iron dresses and skirts nicely. A THE FLORENCE Thousands of dollars worth of LexliiKtonDivision Trains run hy Central tihas Tlioro Is nothing so good for the youthMuntiniston run Is Indispensable; this should bo niao toward you. It can bomado of any height Mn line TrainsI.east ofhcur faster than denlr.l chickens die every year from Choi ful blood as Ayer's Sarsapariiia." one inches bv eighteen Inches, pluiied very and Mzo desired, und is u very convenient It. h. l'arker, Fox Lake, "Wis. era It is more fatal to chickens than contrivance. (Smooth and covered with u single thickness "Ti'.ntTIONAL TRAINS -- No. 11, daily ex. all Sarsapariiia gives tho boat "Ayer's . : ,of cotton-clotOlive IlilU'lS "' ether diseases combined. Hut th-- . A .Mi' 10 .Mat lor of Arithmetic. of nny medicine I hnvo In satisfaction , , ceptbunaay.i" a amve a I have bought the right to sell the Florence Keen the smoothing Irons clean und free discovery ol u remeuy unit pimlirm stock. I recommend It, or, as tho Mr. Hoffman Howes (speaking of n celeWashing Machine and am now prepared 10 furnish occasion-- ' uil who may ulsh to save their clothes from the from rust by scaurlng them well Doctors snv, ' I prescribe it over the U just cures it hasbeen made, and to be conbrated uctrosH) You say that he counter.' It never falls to nicot tho rulling and tearing incident to the old process ol 'ally with tiowdcral emory. twouly-011- 0 years old, Old Chappy. vinced of its efficacy only reiuire& u and be convinced. washing. Take one and try it cases for which I reconimond It, oven It Is to be hoped thut no 0110 who reads Sir, Ilockavvay Uocclie Yen, tleur boy. 7 00 a m: i&'c"s trial, a. I'll not worry you about buying unl?i you are ful- 'tins is an udvouute of tho bottle is enough fit where the doctors' prescriptions liavo ! I know of 5 4 " ra! Mr. Howes Oh, come, now ly satisfied a. to its merits, ChNariV,on u'V-- P -- J "rit beon of no avail." 0. 1 Calhoun, one hundred chickens. i,he Mirencc I theory So slovenly a practice- us thut of my own certain knowlediro that faw yeana undersigned have It is guarI he Kansas. Monmouth, Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we 'putting away clithes unlnmcd can not bo po hIio anteed If, after using s whs twenty-live- . of No. 6, daily p m. ,';.i;ft.m take pleasure in adding our testimauy to its v orlh, ton severely, inner niruies Charleston Mr. IJetcIn That'll ull wight, Hoftio; faw .1 bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly '"cVrs on all iSroiiJh trains and without hesitation pronounce .jt;a,ueees in deprecated i No";iork on Mon Pullman every particular, doing all that is claiSitifor it doesn't firriv W11.1.! tms liauiLS win nuiu iu from twiiii1 live leatci tsenty-one- , satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Wm. Daughettj. J W. Walkc'eHV Uoume, felliii'.-fnr- f. ritKPAitKD ny S. V. Sailer. A. C. Sine, Billirjuns, Lei of tho it, old Mrs Cholera, return it to the undersigned uli a violation etc.. apply 10Dudderar, J. K. Lynn, L L.lJawoi, C. Vanpy, " Mav, mamma." bald Willie, when hi Dr. J. C, Ayer it Co., Lownll, Mass. and your money will be refunded Mrs Amanda Peals, (Jeorse Pryfon, Alex Holt, ., ,,, Icketomceoraddr"time Is limited und saw ti plcluro of Tojumuh for the llrnl tlno, At claw, C. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Raines, R. r W FULLER, hottlo. For sale by McRotwrt A t.i;z, Stanford I'rlco fl ; alt bottles, J. Worth W H. K. Harrow, A. M, Keland and many others Sh.it u liorMvflyf" inri'i's llitur. Btrt'iiKtU iii.pleiuate, ccoitoinlzu elisuwhere M r . I'iLK I N ,' Hee that 710 ktartuouts nre toiled and wunhcd Headifuaiterat S. S. Myers' store. : Beauty LAUNDRY HINTS. ;An Artlcl i iffi .v-b- Ever slneo the Introduction of woven fabrics centuries ago, tho eleansltig of has been, says a writer in Youth's ConijHiiloii. a necessity Travelers toll ns that in soino foreign countries the clothes to bo washed aro taken to a stream near at hand, di plied In the water, spread on the grass, nnd covered with n kind of yellow clay. In a fow hours tho clay Is rinsed off. ,aud tho linen is left beautifully white. No such simplicity as this Is Known to the American housowlfc 111 the p"rforiiiiinco of one of the most arduous of tho duties ol the wise. H.ms. ing. Luces and cmbrctderlcs should bo pimrd wrong sldo up over flnnnol, and .roucd after being carefully sin othod. Iron iiio thinner parts of drcsscf Mid other starched gar- unnecessarily. liar fowcrtucks uud ruffles if need be, but do not neglt:t the ii oil- COTTAGE FOR RENT rest I ,ssHisK2PVt'tv ,vwiiv s My cottage on Upper Main street. Stanford, to W. II. Higgins' residence. Also ihe cot- lage nest door, now occupied hy Mr. J P Davis Possession In tir.t u imvd g en at an) tin.e and to latter 011 Nov. 11th. MRS. I Of IIP. IIOt.MLS. Ilanil'.lc, Ky. 7J-- f 'x.Hirwr'sHiss. I M '1. ..iriui .v uvuhitr . m sim CREAM I 1 fi-- iwvi .:iTij' TOumes. 'vsra h, jTJTE GALT HOITSK. II LEXINGTON.KY. jl if i ,tamki f g 1 POWDER Absolutely Pure. I I - 'n WiolaCream a fl.''Fm0 o, tnus-tach- ' G. CO., re-sa- rd I LOITX) OO., SPECTJIATIOIT. -- s J Ayer's Hair Vigor, MKF IB On February 4th .! BANKER KOMER, BROKER STOTXCE r -- sr'T.i at-)- S. FHICE, ""It SURGEON DENTIST, NKW FAST MAIL onormATi ' SAW MILL FOR SALE! 1 louisviij.f. J National Garment Cutter. Inii-riu- IfAo TXT -, . 1 1 jS-l- e Jj. -- ! I JACKSON HOUSE jy THE NAPIER hast-lease- i' f 11 SOUTH & WEST Afct-m- . i. &gMd6G qaiis, NEVVCOMB ,rj;-!..Ki- HOTEL. NOTICE! tin-il- THAT FIGMT 1 nei-der- -- 'n 11 35021 House and Acres l,a:icl ub-sor- Movuitaisi Z.a,nds 1 1 ? ?! 3 Ask For Ayer's MiHil-lillllill-- ARKANSAS ce TEXAS., mi 1 11 11 1 sm. -- sarsapariiia Chesapeake ZETj-sA-SQ- Ohio foro-rtmii- M pivl 1 j .1 h UND.FOlffi ,' ' f Alt I . . sBSTHA"5T - blood-ptiriller- ," am&fe WASHING MACHINE I ! 'A'TW 1 1 - rff A'na 50-tent- -- Ayer's Sarsapariiia, '" two-third- I i&V.'X'.VJ :biSi W'JV. : . 1