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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889121001 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 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. j Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 4889. NO. 86 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. President J. C. Sslusher, of the Peollimh T. Loin litis ilepartetl for Georjw W. Welsh soltl last week to III., n year- - fklln thnt arc ripe nml tniHturcs thnt nro ple's Hunk, at Pinoville, was married to W. II. Wohok, GaU'rthurK. Miss Kettle Hoggs, in Madison, labt HiiK colt ly Hiimhi'tUi WilkeH for $'1,W0. irecn. to niereli.ti.tH Imvv week. -- Wminiri F. BvimV dentil in expect- 'lvt' tlii'Ir ChrMtiims koo.Ih and from Misd Nancy Campbell Alexander, of HU family and rein- ti.no. x npiuMirancert ..minister will have a llarrodsburg, mid Prof. James Minnick, III bedside wnitinx for the lives aro at . . . luriro stock to select from, of Louisiana, Mo., will be married on I110,110., On account of contemplated changes in the business about Jan. ist, Slieriir ItnblfiBOii jus beoii HCoiir.iiB December 'Joth. Saturday moot nil themerchant for Win. of this county upper Mr. Jerry Sutter hns procured lihad a display of Cl.rUt.i.m. oods, and McCoy, tyl.o killed l.m father-in-lacense to marry Miss Roslna Camanisch, notwithstanding the rain a oo,l crowd vu h.tehead. at Mclviuney, on the tth. ISoth arc nawas in looking at them Never before , -.- lol.n I . oodeoek Is steadily tives of Switzerland. in town. UruH mniiv Ximw tricks Miss Maltie Chenault, daughter of. lroviiij and is happy reveling in oyste.s to be it. thesoup. is koIiik Have inaugurated a the half shell sent him by the clever, Prof. Jason Chenault, of Louisville, will Mint -S- aturday night Marshal ltuwll IVto Hampton, , be married Thursday ii"xt to Mr. F.. fc". who was drunk Will Cooper, a ROBERT W.BROWN. -- The prot.aeted meein at the Pros- - Nasli, a New York meichant. resisted i.tre,t. The' -and disorderly and inducted by Uev. cl.nrol Mo.,- - Hv On Nov. JKth, at Kingston, It is announced that the gentleman, bullet took eliect near the centre of the '.vtennn - K, . me with un.McKee. Sr rout. S. Farrand was married to Miss Km-m- whoso features aro endeavored to he porbodynnd lodged in Ills back. The cliiuu- abatliii; interest. 1 here has been I.fuil- .. in die. daughter of Judge IS. L. Dodge, of trayed above, will succeed Mr. E.ninett Intended to sweep an enormous pile of goods into cash within the - tie. that lie next 6o days. Wc know just what it takes to grind cash out merdltloim up to the present, that place. The groom is well known G. Log.uias iiiauagingeditor of the Lou -T- twntv new street Inuipi are being Iihimi chandise quickly. You have to -- No man in the county linu .. ninm here, having graduated at Centre Col- isville Times. Although a young man, ,. , put un oil liarrousDiirg aim "iiinui lege, and is now pastor of Mt. Washing- - Mr. I'rown is a full graduate in the streots. There has been a goou mill .,01 ' lligginliothani nor deserves to have If,.,, ,.!,,, rcli. PiltHlinrir -I'.,. IVuivtll.. .... Ailit.. school of journalism; having worked him""- rf C'OIlllll.llIll v nwK " i lhoug h it is ge vouatc. Mr. Farrand formerly represent- self up from a reporter to city editor of il U,.ter nek than he and it Id hoped they these stieets erally the goo,l the devil picks at the ed this paper at Danville as conespond- - the Courier-Journa- l, which place he held longer gro,,e in the darkness. mw-cla, l cut. He is a splendid young man and till the promotion. He was the repre- And Cut the Life out of I'riccs. There arc many reasons why we -- There was a meeting of thoCommer-report the conditio., the I. J. wishes him and his long years sentative of the latter paper during the can afford to do all this. Ours is Club last Friday night at the Farm-- ' f Mllor Hughes much improved and of happiness. setsion of tho last legislature at Frankers National lt.uik, at which time hi d.ys,c ans say with proper care he An exchange warns the county fort and his voluminous reports were rerailroad problem was freely disced, "t " "'" "- - - clerks and preachers against a couple markable for their accuracy and the r taken an interest Men who have wry critic, for a few days and the who are now on the road with n new and amount of work he was able to accom- Of this section. Pride alone would prompt us to sec that no other in the matter before are red hot for it "hole community for several mornings clever swindle. They a young man plish. He ulho reported the Indiana leg establishment should snatch our laurels from us. Then again it is It looks like now the road will be built. were hiiihim iimuu m immrr ui mi. .ou- and young woman get married and, islature for the same paper and during this people who have generously sustained and upheld us to a de- From what point will be determined la-- 1 though Junction City or Alum dltlonfnr fear ot getting an unfavorable presenting a counterfeit 520 bill to the the last campaign in that pivotal State ter, degrcc of success never attained by any business house in Lincoln report. clerk or preacher, tells him to take out a his letters on the political situation were Springs will be the starting point. A county, in the Same Length of Time. So Gratitude should prompt -- H' N.dtl. uiH hor ly move to fee of $., and receiving the balance in justly regarded as the fairest, and best vo.o will soon be taken and no doubt a us to be liberal here. It is not likely we will make a nicklc the rest 'leiin.. Ihiilol. .. .. where he.. willreside. Mrs. good money, depart for another town. written from it. Mr. Brown may not i v.i,i I.. f,.vnr of a n:td. ... .. of this year, and wc can afford to Lose a few dollars, but we will IlillllMU? 1H MVIM " move t They lme swindled Indiana preachers be able to till Mr. Logan's shoes in a litGranville Cecil and family have Moody Mar.lin ami family will Sell a Pile of Goods. Covington. Mrs. James, widow of tho,,y t,u H(.or(.f lin,i ro preparing for eral sense, because his feet aren't built coino lu from his farm near town and The first thing is a whack at Dry Goods. All through the Staple Deu .mines, me. imi.usi n fruitful raid through Kentucky. thnt way, but he will keep the Times up titkeii rooms at the Gllcher House for laie.ioim . partment we strain the point to see what is the very best grade wc to its present high standard, we have Mrs. Judith Higgins, 0t "T. i" oouism. u.o .nunnery the winter. A baby hippootaiiiiis has just been can sell for any price named. Mrs. Hardin and rented her house, i...n. .m.l..r tlm rari! Dr. A. every reason to believe. Hero's further i. ..,.. !.... I.. ,....! Y. She was wiirrunnr nin iiiiitiiii'i, hi s.uiiih;i.uuii bom at Central Park, N. fame for ttie handsome, The best 5c Muslin; the best 5c Calico, worth 7c; the best 5c Check success and Johnson at his lullrui.iry. J. II. Kathburn, the founder of the bright and brainy fellow. with her niutlier, Mrs. Wearen, the milShirting or Gingham. Special Values in Winter Jeans. Great quite sick when she lint arrived, but is linery hiisiiiewi. order of Knights of Pythias, is dying at bargains in Canton Flannels; also in all wool Flannels. Splendid Mrs. Jennie Hudson, of convalescing. HUSTONVILLE. The San Francisco Mook market Luna, O., of malignant carbuncle. bargains in Dress Goods and attractions in the Clothing Departl.ouisvillc, is visiting Iter purenU, Mr. 11. II. Skiles, from would never compare Willi the exciting I ment, such as have never been displayed in Stanford. Men's Suits All persons indebted to the linn of and Mrs. It. L Salter. Mi-- Mollie Fife, sales in Middlchboro lot on the streets Warren, died Friday iu the llopkinsville iinwr.Mi'i. is IllwaVH ..I 1ll. ...,....! Wentherford it Coo'k, of Hustonville, and Overcoats; Children's and Hoys' Suits: Fine and Cheap Pants, Half the men of the town Lunatic Asylum. of Ijincuuter. will please call and settle their accounts cherished, is visiting nl 'l", (J it All at Lower Prices than any House in this section can afford to Senator Ingalls has introduced a bill on account of sell-- a Ixjuis Colin is here on ro now Mr. before or bv the 1st of January. Woodcock's. name. ' "ou or not buying on proposals providing for u world's fair iu IM)2, and Mr. C. has gone ' visit to his familv. Every day this year will be a Big Bargain Day with us. If you want Its a common thing an appropriation of $8,000,000. . at the proper time. Tiue Amekicax Sentiment. None of into the clothing business at Middles-lKroCommissioner Wilson advocates free to save money see what you can do in Shoes and Boots with us. to run ii on a man in a private place ttio brave soldiers, who swept the ConMiss Nannie Gilinore, of Valley Men's Women's and Children's Shoes of best work cheap. his hair and otherwise chastising, turnpikes iu Kentucky and nu improved federacy from the face ot the earth and pulling Oak, is here to see her sick uncle, W. F. system of working the dirt roads. himself. When will it come? ground the doctrine of secession into See our splendid bargains in Hats and Caps, Blankets, Comforts, &c. Evans. Tho Denipsey Ashletic Club has of Call in and iook whether you wish to buy'or not, but don't do yourWe hope since the death Of the to dust have a word to say against the FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. self the injustice to buy until you see what you can do at brainiest man iu the Tinted States, tiie fered $40,000 for a finish light between white-huire- d chief of the lost cause as Hon. Jell'crson Davis, who has been John L. Sullivan and Peter Jackson. lie trembles on the line that divides the A. T. Nuunelley bought of Jim Fire broke out on Pier No. 0, New worse persecuted than any mortal since living from tho dead. Gentry 20 hogs nt IU0. York, and destroyed $100,000 worth of On his deatli bed Jellerson Davis is u....r.i x- - rnrntlixr. of licxington. the crucifixion of Christ, and who bore property, besides causing tho STANFORD, KY. death of safe from all but those sinnll-soulehis peraccution with the same christian men bought in ltourlion tM sugar mules at - four men. . j spirit of forgiveness, that northern partiwho mistake hatred for patriotism. 4 Two cousins named Templeton, aged bloody shirters, cotlco coolers and The true American is willing to let Mr. & Trnvior, owners ol Susie "His, -- McKce home soldiers will cease their 10 and 12, ipiarreled in Cabell county, Davis die in peace among thoso who S.-'l- M. oiler her'for sale in the Uich- .growling and spend the remainder of W. Va., and the younger boy shot the love him. Now York Herald. ,.! other's head oil'. .i...r-i:...- .., ti.u.i.. ."(," :.. ......... . " No 1 mules for hale, '. Fortv-lou- r Earthquake shocks were felt in Italy Florida will soon lie the greatest lem. .. -J- iamiai iium mn r.fi-.of them mares and lit horw. A. K. Sunday, but they caused no loss of life on growing country in the world. Lemisr 'x .ii ivi.ii- liaiCII irom .uarHliai . O...U.V . . f.ii'inii . inn nil f!ilv Kv. . l ' Tv-villi j. Sr 1 vTjvJiy ednehday. stating that he cap- - or damnge. Mount Yesuvius is inn state ons weighing 11 pound each are common Stud was mond -- The sale of the Spendthrift iu Florida, and along the banks of wan "oiwri vomers of eruption. , ,,fi..r Sncndthrift. tnrcd a horse tliiel i...t i Tho Minor House, at East Tnwas, there is u single tree which mare and had him iu jail. Mr. Collier iKiught in for U,000, Jr.. had been Mich., took fire and tho greater part of it bears 5,000 lemons, many of which weigh Is Receiving His went to Richmond, where ho found his A. M. Ilawes, who bought 2(X) acres other was destroyed. Two bodies were found a pound eacii. Phiiadelpnia Times. nunc and the thief, who was none ., , of the Overton place, near Lexington, at . .I !.,!.. . . u. u,...r.u, iu tho debris, onu being that of Ed Ho1... The large lloiiring mills of Saxon k a breeding farm for, than lom. mu mump - 10rt will use it for i.'nrl.i,uli. .... ......... ulin ves ill Jessamine coillltv. ney, tho clerk, and tho other that of an Thompson were destroyed by, lire Sun Good3 Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial . .. . inilli'in He was trying to sell the mare for $2." unknown man. ; Coleman .V: Alexander liought of dif- The Coroner's jury on tho bodies of day, at Ixjckport, N. Y. Loss slierill'ar-leste- d old and a suit of clothes, when the 1 d of $100,000. fotent parties tlioowlio lost their lives nt the recent insurance him on suspicion. T. K. MENKFEK A C. SINK.. mules at " for tho Southern market. lire in tho Tribune building, at Minne uuckien s Arnica saivc I larrodsburg Democrat. apolis, declare that the owners of the 'I he best salve in the world for cuts, bruUes, ' l)u k. -- The owner of the late Green Mounbuilding, if not legally responsible, are sores, ulcers, salt rheum, i er sorcs letter, chap- IIIuk as a farmer's nntlijuo overall' ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup tain Maid lias erected a inonuinent to Dealers In- morally culpable. The KoMim ilny waxes to u purpl" litwli, memory on his farm in New Yoik. Tho WDMoru cloudlets like, boiled lotmteri her Commodore J. K. Mitchell died at bluth, . She was the great mother of trotters and Tho khmiKhnli enpor up the button balls, llichmond, Va., aged 7S. Ho had lived or inonev rclundc.1. ITicc cents per tox. wonderful Sunol. tho grand dam of Wbllu urlrldits chirp uloiitf the old Mono wnlU, therein seclusion since tho war. Ho b'or sale by A R. l'ennv.'StaiilorJ, Ky. And drop of dow lllto pitrtplratfbn guh Tho Louisville Tobacco market has " commanded tho Wyoming prior to tho Upon tho tiger Illy o' tawny plub; J&TSm Mont wins. , the feature of marked Improve- Tub nUhllntmlt unto hla fond inuto culls, presented war, during which lie was n commodore We desire to say to our citiiens thnt O.r jears, Is ncrovrulDif In tho leu. MOUlditlgS, Scroll Work, ment in new Hurleys of all kinds, when Tho whip poor-wil-l iu tho Confederate navy. we haebicn selling l)r King's New Discuery While nlKht In ilnrltnuss ull tho Hcono un One possessed of color and texture. Tho Coniinibsionerof tho Census has for con.umption, I)r King's New Life Pills, lluck- folds. hogshead was sold for $20 per cwt., and BtnrtltiK tho katydid upon tho UiukIi. divided Kentucky into live districts, each Ipii' Arnli.i S.ile and Klcctric Hitlers. ;indluiel good fig- And now the fanner lud nppenrs, cure free Cedar and Locust Posts. several others sold at almost as to bo under n supervisor. This, the oth neer lundlnl remedies that sell as ucll.ordothat not Her roil tII lll unto urlm death he holds ImeKitcn su';li i.iiimtuI satisfaction. Wc Lumber Yard. We will carry a full stock of everjjhing found In a ures. district is composed as follows: Adair, lic.lt.ite to guinnieo them cery time, and uu with u hay rulte ntfltuteit tho cow. And A. C. SINK, Ilusiness Maotger, stand rdv to refund the purchase price it satis, - Mobile Hi glstcr. fact that Santa-iin- .. It Is a remarkable Hell, Boyle, Breathitt, Casey, Clay, Clin- factory result do nut follow their use These ..,.., Mnrtiu Russell, both raised by great popularity purely have ton, Cumberland, Estill, Garrard, Har ormcdics merits.won theirl'enny, druggist. Till' Secret. On theMaysvilte llranch, No 9. leaves Paris at A. R. in their 8 00, a m and No. 11, at 5 45, p m, arriving at 1 hmo neurit n fearful secret: S. II. Itaughman, of this place, but now lan, Jackson, Knott, Knox, Laurel, Lee, Maysville at 1035, a m, and 810, p m. No. 10 To the Shulf I will not tell It; owned by dillerenl men, ran a dead heat A Safe. Invostmont. leaves Maysville at 3,15 a m, arriving at Pans at Leslie, Letcher, Lincoln, Madison, Ows-,eI w HI hide It from my aweetheart. No. a leaves Maysville at 150 and 7 40, am. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisSaturday, doing tno mne nt Elizabeth, Perry, Pulaski, Hockcastle, Hussell, From my merry, dour companions, arrives at Paris at 4 15, p m. These trains are "llL,tTJQ GRASS ROUTE." Santa-lin- e factory icsults, or in case of failure, a return of When they tutk, dally except Sunday, in A and dividing the puise. Wayne and Whitley counties. On this safe plan you can buy purchase price. No. 43 leaves Lexington hail pieviously won three races at . Thin It Is: Tho clod I traniplo Senator Voorhees has ottered a reso- from our advertised druggist a bottleof Dr. King's THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE 10 4! am: excent Sundav 1003 am; arrives Paris Was tho skull of Alexander, No. 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm; arrises Falmouth From the present meeting. lution declaring that nil existing tariir New Discovery for Consumption. It is guaranAnd tho wutors of tho ocean 710 pm; except Sunday, CENTRAL KENTUCKY teed to bring relief in eery case when used for Haas has already killed and Joe No. 7 leases Falmouth 6 00 am ; arrives CincinIu tho vein of linuRhty prlneos taxes on foreign merchandise should bo nati 755 am; except Sunday. To all Points any affection of the th roat, lungs or chest, such as Onco ran red. shipped, principally to Hoston l),000 turso revised, repealed, or amended, ns to consumption, intUmmation of the Iiiiiks, bronchiTrain Notes- No. run's dally between Lexington and Cincinnati. No 4 runs daily between And tho dust clouds of thodosert keys bought at 0J per pound on foot. J. provide, first, for tho collection of a sulll-cietis, asthma, whooping cough, croup, etc., etc. It Cincinnati and Lexington, Werotho lips of lovely women; C. and I). 11. Yeiser sold to Goldsmith, Nos 7 and 6 make connections at Winchester amount of revenue to pay tho ex- is pleasant and agreeable to the Ltaste, perfectly tbeywhoklssedthcmT Where arc thoy, and lor points 011 the N. N. Ar M. V. Ky of New York, ill head of penses of tho government, economically safe and can always be depended upon. Trial Power dies, und beuuty pusses IMPORTANT -- Trains of this line now arrive free at A. R. I'enny's drug store. Naught abides). FAST LINE UETWEEN at and depart from the Central Union Passenger cattlo at t cents. Eugene Wood bought administered, tho priucipnl and interest hollies Station Cincinnati, making connections for all iTPYTMflTnW .1r. mTsTmitfTxTA TT points North, East and West. Whcro Is Jamshyd, nnd his boakor? tlua week of .lillerent parties in this of tho public debt as thoy fall due, and 2.')0 Through tickets and baggage checked to any Solomon, und whero h's mtrrorT fiO hogs nveraging about countv, liberal pensions, but not n dollar more! destination reached by a railroad. Which of nil tho wlso professors SCHEDULK IN KFFUCT NOV. -, i88g R. B. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co. at J:t.2,i. Tliomas McKoberts Kaus nnd Jamshyd llourlshed-Wh- o second, for tho taxation of all articles of Knows when pounds, S. F. I1.510RSE. K. H.HACON, No 6. No. 4. No. J. -i- ffetfcCESSOR TO cult tell t Traveling Pass'g'r Aqt., Gcn'l Pass'g'rAgt,, sold to M. Goldsmith, of New York, 28 luxury at tho highest practicable rates, l'.' Sun. Lexington, ky. Cincinnati, (), Daily Ex. Sun. cattle nt :i cents v;ero mlKhty, ot they ar.Nhed; They head of nml for the reduction of taxation on nl) M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, 3S pin. W L. MUNSON, Trav. Pass. Agt Cincinnati. Names aro all they loft behind them: 8 io a mi 8 oo p m I.ve Cincinnati J. C. Caldwell sold to pound. pr--r II. U. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. necessaries of civilized life, to tho lowest 8 18 a n 8 09 p m Olory llritt and then an echo; I.ve Covington QU 4TH AVENUE, 08 p m GENKRAL OFFICES: "Wield for M. Goldsmith, 120 fat cattlo 0 44 a m g 17 p m 4 possible point consistent with a tariff for Then tho very echo liUhhob I.ve Falmoulh.. 5 40 P m Chamber of Commerce Iltiilding, Cincinnati, O 11 10 a rno 73 p in AndulltiattU. Arr l'aris nveraging about 1,000 pounds at I.12J. LOUISVILLB. KENTUCKY. revenue, and for nothing but revenue p m 10 jj p m 0 30 p m u 00 Arr I.lvington $ 45 P m Oh, my Shall, ink not my hccret! 11 30 u m Advocate. I.ve Paris o 30 p m p & Most Stylish Sweetheart, I must tildo It from youl Tho Nobbiest Arr Winchester... a os p m 7 30 p m m Jaraos T. ttott, Oarrat, 111., Sayu: They who hear It aro not merry; Arr lticlimonu.... 1 40 Well, hero wo aro again I Tho statis4 5J P m I offer for rent my Hotel In the town of La.icas. Stock of Arr Lancaster-.- .. dollars doctor's bill for Ids , He paid thirty-onl'owur dies, und beauty piisbcij ..I: 5 30 V " tcr, known as the Mason House, containing 18 tician has been dipping into figures, uml Arr Stanford. ... Naught abides. w lie in onu ) ear und one bottle of lliadtield s n rooms besides kitchen and other outbuildings. ... 55 P m Lve Richmond W. n. Thayer, lu Atlantic. Regulator did her moro cood than all lias discovered that the women 01 Amer-icSaid hotel adjoins the and Immediate3 oj p m Arr Herea ly opposite the new brick livery stable of Walker tho medicine she lud taken before. H. Dale, ' spond S'J,000,000 por annum for povv-dArr l.lsington. . 5 ao p m & Doty, Only one other hotel In the town and a Diluted rlensuro. good opening lor the right man. Terms reasonaand paint. Tho W. 0. T. U. ought They were sltlln,t at thu counter of tho famous druggist, Carmi, HI, Write llradficld RegulatorNo. 5. Wo Co., Atlanta, (".a., for particulars. Sold by Druiro..v ble Mrs. K.J MASON, to tako hold of tlw matter at once. That if Lancaster, Ky. gist A. R. renny, Stanford, Ever brought to the city of Louisville, now open And tho steamliitf bot aroma from tho plunor 4 bushj including the I.ve Livingston... S 00 a sum would buy a bag of Hour der a in 10 35 Lve llerea , els of potatoes for every man, woman Oavo u thrill ot keonent pleasure to tho scusoof What A Fortune RH0X & JQHN B STETS0N & C0'S. HATS Arr Richmond... Mjjain I all but one, America. Nebraska Jour- 7 00 a in Lve Stanford and child in is a (food healthy, pearly skin, lew nre aware IU was slttliiK nt tho oml us grim us thundor. And also my own importation of English Hats Lve Lancaster.... 7 4$ ' a m of the short time It takes for a disordered lis cr to nl- . ot Canes and Lyon's Arr Richmond. io 00 a m "What's tbo trouble, Colonel KubbloSJ" asked cause blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin. and Caps. An elegaut lino :m:. to p m O IO Kine Lve Richmond.... nlways on hand. his neighbor ou tbo left. Boffff's Ohorry Gouffh Syrup One bottle of 11 KG OS' 11LOOD PURIFIER and Celebrated Umbrellas Has Jioughtthc right to sell the Eureka Quilting Arr Winchester.. 2 00 p in 7 '$ "Why don't j uu cat your lanchconT'.wus the I1I.OOD MAKKR will restore this organ to Its 40 p in 7 48 Paris Attacmueiii in Lincoln, warr.iru ana itoyie coun llemlid natiifactlon to tho tioJe anil cUing Arr ' - We Intend to Rush Things ! 6?S e ed -- 1 S. L. POWERS & CO. I ' Kood-iiiittire- ' Great Cut Price Sale, I ,,..., .,.., ,","'.",, '! -- Give the People the Best The Pioneer Cheap Dry Goods House tl. - ' H'" 1 -- m-ic- I ', I -- i. ..-- u..iri.iii.." J ,,,.,. S. L. Powers Co.'s E Bargain Store, 1 d ' n.inr. ..... HH.6.RUPLEY,-e- .4V&.lf? i ASMUmI. ''jii'iiirri'iiii rirsriiiiv.k i;."h'" Blil'l t..r Caloo-snwatch- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. -- car-loa- SlftiE & MER5EFEE, rEtrsaiROTjflE and dressed lumber. Laths, Shingles, Etc.. BXXNDS 10 G?SiS.SH, DOOHS Brackets and I I ,... BA TE1TT "WI2&E A1TD SLAT 1PE1TCE. first-cla- ' n y. KentaekyGentral B. B. 1 - nt 1,575-pouu- d I G.EOGEGHAN, s j- South-Houn- 1,500-poun- d lP l For Rout .Hotel. court-house e 1 er rertr jaA oygtcr-houfc- AT world-renown- 9 North-Houn- d. 34-- 111 Quilting Attachment 1 A si:m:s SEAL SKIN SACQUES, GAPS, which enn be question; tf.c .ales are jioiitively marvelout, shurp niturnl and healthy state, nnd cleanse the blood no other way except that it it "I never est n lunchoou," was tho uurly, accounted for in of all impurities. It is meeting with wonderful Gloves and other Furs, a specialty. Orders outreply, for success. We guarantee every bottle. A. It. l'en- side of city solicited, perfect s.Ulsfactlor guaranwithout doubt the belt on the market. Ak "I Just lnhalo tbo odor. (Indlgcstiou !)" We keep It. A. ny. Druggist. Judge. and be uircpiu act the genuine. teed. Don't fail toordera NOU11Y HAT. 2Jyi- K. Pinny, Drugglit ' m CveT.exiuglon ... a o 2 50 p m Lve Paris Lve Falmouth.... 413 p in Arr Covington.... S 40 p m Arr Cincinnati ... 5 50 P ni 11 8 S3 9 13 10 33 10 45 too a a a a a m 3 45 Pm m 4 31 p ra in j 36 p m "i 6 30 p ra "i 6 38 p ra t works equally well on all makes of sewing tics. maehlnes.- - win no len limes inn won in a uay 01 any other manner of quilting: in fact it is one of gtcuiesi lanor lasers esvr oucrcti 10 me lemaie He will Call to see you In a few days. sex 77 ,! - - . ii- i, ""V'PiWJMiwj ., .rB.'a1:''-:.,:,;;1.;'.;;,;-'w -- i. Fpr? ; ,Jil. 1VX?P'' T' , V'-- n ;"-- ' -- " x r Oen. No president's messago over brought His Bt'cond wife was n Miss Howell, wlio Semi-Week- ly Interior boro him several children including Miss out as little favorable comment as Hurri-Bon- 's first production, which does not Winnie, known hb "The Child of tho Confederacy," who survives him. Tru- oven come up to tho Hayes standard. Stanfohd, Ky., Deckmiier 10, 1889 ly has n writer said of the distinguished Tho Now York Sun's comment may bo dead: "Tried in many high ofllces nnd taken as a fair sample. It says: There found faithful in all; tested in many crit is not tho faintest sign of intellectual F ical conjunctures and proved true to his promise, tho least Indication of power to country and his people; his mo ono long, ri80 above tho deadly lino of mediocrity. Even Hayes, tho weakest man who ever DEMOCRATIC TICKET. uninterrupted sacrifice of interest to to A the fame of the illustrious dead occupied tho Whito House, had more to V. VARNO.V For County Judge, THOMAS We Goods, of information shall in the year to come grow brighter offer Congress in tho way " County Attorney, JOSEPH II. PAXTON; cannd suggestions. Tho message is simply passion die away." ' County Clerk, GEORGE H. COOPER; as the embers of " Sheriff, J. .V. MENEFEEJ of comparatively unimportThe funeral services will be held in a scrap-booa.re so Jailer, SAMUEL M.OWENS; ant facts. It is a disclosure, nnd what tho City Hull, Now Orleans, to so Assessor, E. D. KENNEDY; ' Sup't bt Common Schools, W. V. McCI.AUV where the body has been lying in state it discloses is a president without ideas since Friday. The remains will then be and an administration without a policy. " Surveyor, HARRY A. EVANS; Coroner. ARCH CARSON. placed in Metairie Cemetery in u Bpacu Tub Secretary of War, Proctor, when provided by tho Army of Northern Vir asked if ho would have tho Hags half Thk most notable, as well as ono of ginia, but it is not likely that this will bo of tho death of Mr. tho most intellectual men that this cen- their neriunnent restim; place. Efforts masted on account draLou- Davis, said he did not know such a man. tury has produced, has wrapped tho are being mado by Confederates in pery of his couch about him and laid isville, Richmond and other cities for tho Mayor Shakespeare, of Now Orleans, at After an honor of giving a sepulchre to their onco wired him the official information down to peaceful dreams. butlrefraining eventful nnd tempestuous life, Jefferson trusted, true and noble leader. The fu. to which he responded: "In Confedby the from any official action thereon I would Dayis, tho idol of the Southern neral will bo attended in a body ' great eracy is dead and the heart of every civic and military organizations of tho not and hope I do not add to the sorrow of his family and many friends. cry sympathizer with tho Lost Cause, is section and the Crescent City will be to nnd the bowed in sadness. The man without a jammed with sorrowing Confederates, It seems to mo tho right courso to to be country, outlawed, abused and vilified anxious to do honor to their chief. The best one for all." to by many unworthy to unloose tho latch-e- t governors of all the Southern States have Jvikik Hammond, of tho U. S. Court, to of his shoes, but maintaining his ma- ordered appropriate services and tho said ho would not recoguizo sickness of will bo devoted a defendant as an excuse for putting off jestic spirit and unconquerable dignity, hour of noon has gone to the reward that a waits those to sorrowful reflections and prayers. n caso and accordingly forced President who, like himself, was faithful to every There is sorrow everywhere tho "lost Means, of Metropolitan Bank fame, into trust and true to his country and to his cause" has a sympathizer and wherever trial. If our State courts would shut off people. He was a grand man, whose talents, honesty and devotion to duty these and other excuses for tho law's tie-laabilities and tenaciousness to principle are appreciated. A movement to erect a wo should have more order and less will bo recognized and apreciated when monument at Richmond, Vu., to his criminal proceedings. tho passions of war have died away and memory is already on foot and the Conto NEWS CONDENSED. see his life of sacrifice to what he concieved federate Association of Kentucky, on . was right, shall be reviewed with dispas- motion of Col. Bennett H. Young, has J. J. Davidson has been appointed sionate and impartial justice. Till then determined to raise 5100,000 for Mr. Da- postmaster at Bush's Store, laurel to tho women of tne South will seo to it vis' family, who are left in straightened county. that his memory is cherished nnd his circumstances. A great man has fallen. be There are four men under sentence fame kept untarnished. Peace to hi8 Let us venerate his name nnd emulate of death in Judge Morton's the LexinNt., 31. ashes. the noble characteristics that will ever gtondistrict Mr. Davis was born in Todd county, cliug to his memory. Geo. F. Keene, living near Shelby this State, Juno Iki, 180S, making him t ville, shot Wm. Hughes whom Thk sensation of the hour nt Washingnearly four score and two years of age. JohnSnillinsghammersonger, of stealing his turkeys. The 6on of a revolutionary soldier, lie ton is tho flight of C. X. Silcott, tho registered nt one of the Lexingof the Serjeant-at-Arm- s Mrs. Hannah Murrell, mother inherited the soldier's spirit and learned cashier in the office of ton hotels lust week. lato II. C. Murrell, of Louisville, is dead the arts of war at West Point, with Lee, Leedom, with $80,000 belonging to the An ass witli a human form, who a woman of nt Glasgow, aged 78. Johnston, Polk nnd others, who became members of Congress, nnd his head swore when Fort Sumpter was fired on Henry Mayes, a boy, had distinguished with himself in tlto civil easy virtue. Custom has mado tho that he would not have his hair cut till the banker for the mem- mashed oil near Chattanooga, when ho Jefl Davis was dead, walked into a barstrife. In 1833 34 he took an active part T stuck it out of n freight car. in the numerous Indian wars, but re- bers. Ho draws their pay and places it to City, Saturday, und be to Mr. I. N, Parish, an old citizen of ber shop at Kansas as much signed in 1835 and returned to Mississip- their credit, handling for them is hoed ho Owensboro, is dead. Ho was born in had his locks removed. It pi, where his father had removed, sev- as o,000,000 a year. Silcott was under cold and die. will take Goochland county, Va.. in 1S08. eral years after the birth of hisBon. For bond to him for $50,000 und Leedom's Senator Beck presented a bill imHappy Cal Wagner's minstrels have a number of years ho devoted himself to official bond makes him responsible to posing a fine of not more than $500 nnd ascended tho flume. This seems to be a Btudy, occasionally taking a hand in poli- the members. The government lobes imprisonment in jail not exceeding ono nothing by the theft. Tho most regreta-bl- e bad season for these organizations. tics. In 1845 he was elected to Congress year, or both, on retail liquor dealers Tho Monongahela, the largest hotel part of tho business is thut the de liile and at once arose to prominence. antl dealers in tobac in Pittsburg, burned, loss $100,000. There and manufacturers first-clas- s nerving in Congress he was appointed faulter is a democrat. He deserves to nanow es co, who do business without having paid were no lives lost, but many to colonel of the 1st Mississippi regiment be strung up and quartered for breaking required by law. the special tax capes. and resigning his Beat, he met jt nt New tho good record of our party officials and workman-lik- e In 1885 a New York man stumbled aged If, who killed James Orleans and soon joined Gen. Taylor on bringing disgrace to them. over a spittoon nnd broke his neck. He Very his father, was sentenced by tho Fayette theTraveler's the Rio Grande. His gallantry at MonIt seems to be pretty well settled that Circuit Court to 21 years in the peniten- held a policy for $10,000 inreason refused terey and Buena Vista was the subject Foraker and Halstead had knowledge of Accident, which for some tiary. of favorable mention by Gen. Taylor and n daughter the ballot box forgery if they did not in iron rod was fourced thro' to pay it. His only heir, A red-hwns justly regarded as one of tho hehe sued the company and the other day stigate it. The contract contained the the body of Tom Hotcklss in a Trenton, roes of the Mexican war. Returning Campbell, Sherman, N. J., rolling mill, killing him in a few got a verdict for $13,000, being the full names of Gov.-Elehome after the expiration of the term amount of the policy with interest. Buttcrworth, McKinley nnd others and moments. for which his regiment hud enlisted, he Thomas O'Brien, who married Betty the plan was to use it for all it was worth Greenwald, the murderer of Lynam was in 1849 appointed to the U. S. Senreserve Weeks, who interrupted the robbery o Shea, of Lexington, under nn assumed against Campbell and hold it in ate to All a vacancy, being subsequently against tho others. By it Foraker hoped his residence, was artistically executed name'and during her pregnancy killed elected by tho legislature. He wus n bither in order to marry another womrtn, to and Halstead thought he in Brooklyn, Friday. t to bo ter opponent of the compromise of 1850, engaged himself, will have to had tho cinch on the IBenatorship. But There was no hanging at Georgetown whom he believing the measure fatal to his secwere discovered Saturday, Gov. Buckner having again pay the penalty of death, the Court of alas, tho conspirators tion. In 1851 he resigned his seat to having affirmed that verdict. and the noble pair may go to tho peni- respited John Green, the negro wife Appeals make the race for member of the State The governor will now set the day and tentiary instead of holding fat offices. murderer, until Jan. 15. Convention on the State's Rights ticket will experience another hangA shooting affray took place.incourt lexington against tho Clay Whigs and compromise Judou Laiulaw, of Oakland, Cal., is nt Dallas, Tex., during the hearing of n ing. democrats, but was defeated by Mr. no respecter of persons. He got drunk The Middlesboro News says that the divorce case. Ono man wns fatally and Foote, their candidate. contract for tho Basie steel plant to be and made a spectacle of himself on the two others slightly injured. His next public office was that of Sec- streets and the next day arose from his has been signed. The Wooden Emin Pasha, who has miraculously located in that city retary of War, to which ho was appoint- seat on the bench and apologized with works will have, a capacity of 300 tons a of the desert, all the dangers ed by Franklin Pierce, which lie filled shame nnd mortification for his conduct. escaped injured by walking day and will employ fully 1,000 men in great honor till he was again elect- He then imposed a fine of $50 against was probably fatally with all 'departments. The same paptr says of a window nnd falling on his head. ed to tho Senate. In the tempestuous himself and immediately paid it over to out Davis re- also tho contract for tho building of the The death of Jefferson times succeeding Buchanan's inaugura- the bailiff. It is hoped that tho punishgreat figures belt railway has been let to the (Inn of Go there and gel )ciuN us Present Next door to I'orinun House prominent defend ment will prevent him from being guil- moves the last of the four tion he was the most Allison, Shafer it Co. The road will be of the civil war. Lincoln, Lee, Grant er of his section and the ablest exponent ty again of a like offense. 12 miles in length nnd will encircle tho nnd Davis were the central leaders of the of State's Rights, winch ho always cham lands of the Middlesboro Town Co. pioned. The Somerset Republican is preparing great war. Henry Carlton, known as "HandA Good. Cough Syrup. Tne crisis had now come. War was in-- 1 sketches and pictures of the several some Harry," was hung at New York There is nothing )arent shnutd be so careful and Mississippi having seceded didates for city offices, which will for the murder of a policeman. He met about at selecting n cough yrup Hep;.' Cherry 9, 1801, Mr. Davis resigned his pear in next issue. Tho editor has been T smile nnd died with hardly Cough Sjrup coil no more than the cheap and in- IDIRU-Q-GKESplace in the Senate and rt turning to his. oli'eredn dollar by one of the victims to death with a the market Tim L'ts ferior nostrum thrown-onone too good, be utre and get IlKGGSCHKRItV State was given command of tho State' leave out his record, but ho intimates a struggle. Tliu Court of Appeals has reversed COUGH SYKL'l' ttekecplton hand ut all militia, and ho began at once to organize that tho sum is too paltry to prevent him . CommonwenUh against inie. A K. I'etin)-- , Iiruggist. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, the State on n war basis. On February from standing by the interest of the peo- tho caso of tho - m negro boy Embry, alias Clark, u na- DRUNKENNESS-THthe ho wns chosen president of the Con- ple. 5th. LIQUOR HAB E FANCY ARTICLES, &C. tive of Richmond, sentenced to be hung IT-- ln nil tho World thoro Is but ono federate States by a convention of tho Ok all the manycommentsonthedeath at Beattyville. euro, Dr. Halnoa' Qoldon Spocltlc. seceding States, held at Montgomery, of Mr. Davis, that in tho Cincinnati Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. It can lc givn in a cup often or coffee without Five murders havo resulted from the Ala. He was inaugurated Feb. ISth anil alone is full of sneers knowledge of the person taking It, effecting a Warman by a fellow the all possibility of a peaceful separation and reproach. Next to Foraker his pol- seduction of a Miss speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient nnmed Hamlin, in Pulaski, and a feud is i .i moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. having been dispelled, he began to or- itical partner, Murat Halstead is the will burst in even great- Thousands of drunkards have been cured who THE LARCEST STOCK OF ganize his government anil prepare for I meanest, most malignant and disgusting gathering which WATCHES, have taken the Golden Specific In their coffee a few days. hello e they without their knowledge, and war, which started in earnest when Fort hater of the South and her people that er fury in harmfu-t-licCLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. of their own fiee will, No Speaker Reed has appointed on tho cuit drln! Ing from il administration, Cures guarSumpter was fired on April lL The seat Providence strangely permits to live. result Committee on Rules with himself two anteed. Send fur circular and full particular!. Ad. Kver brought to this market. Prices lower than of government was removed to Richthe lowest. Watches, Clocks aud Jewelry He. in confidence Goiiihn SikCiriL Co., 18 Carlisle and Randall, nnd dresi Street, Cincinnati, O Itace mond, Vn., in May, where Mr. Davis reMr. Moody, the new Senator from paired on shortjuoticc and warranted. two defeated candidates for tho office, mained till its downfall in 1801 While South Dakota, makes a bid for prohibitrying to escape to the South ho was cap- tion applause by introducing us his maid- McKinley nnd Cannon. Joe Cole, a negro burglar, while trytured and placed in Fort Monroe, where en effort a bill to prevent tho issual by Nil Ei T9T a store nt Auburn, was he was held for two years, being in tho tho government of liquor license in ing to break into J(ff JUL A. M. Crewdson, a msnntimo indicted for treason. Ho was States where the manufacture and sale shot nnd killed by who had been sum. St. Louis drummer, BVMBMPVH2XjlilJh!ZiUl never tried, howover, and being admit- of it are prohibited. moned to help catch tho robber. bail in tho sum of $100,000, with ted to A morphine eating beau at St. Louis Undkr thediead "Caught with a KoHorace Greely und other noted northO'Sullivan, in his Louisville shot the girl, her pa, her sister and her erners as surety, he was permitted to re- dak" Dan n characters so brother; all perhaps fatally and then turn to his Mississippi home. Broken Critic, pictures himself. Tho old man had raised in fortune, but not in spirit, ho declined artistically that ono can almost guess who killed bceing the a row about his visiting tiie girl. tho many oilers of pecuniary aid, until is under his pencil without Heavy rains havo been falling for Mrs. Dorsoy bequeathed him her hand-Born- e name. Dan's a genius, anyway. tho past two weeks in California, wliich estate at Beau voir, Miss., where ho Showkhs accused of tho murder of his wero badly needed by tho crops. An lived till a few weeks before his death, wife nt Elizabethtown, was acquittedf increuso in tho yield of tho or. when ho went to New Orleans on busi- the jury agreeing in leas than ten min- enormous Ot miles the shortest, (1 hours quickest between chardsnnd vineyards is expected. ness, was taken sick und died there. He utes. From all wo havo heard of the Knoxville, Cumberland Gap tfe Tho nevor lost faith in tho doctrine of State case the Scotch verdict might apply Or- Louisville railroad is locating its lino rights, but faithfully maintained them to Guilty, but not proven. Gap tunnol to from tho Cumberland tho last. Most of his time for the last Middlesboro, and will bo running trains in literary pursuits. decade was spent Tim Haytian negroes object to Fred Entire Trains Kun Through Without Change. Middlesboro withih 3 months. His work, entitled "The Rise and Fall of Douglas because ho is a d n nigger. direct to & O. freight trains are now The O. THROUGH CAR RURV1CE. tho Confederate Government" is a mas They want a white man sent to them or using tho Louisvillo Southern from LexWill keep constantly on hand a large and selectflline of Furniture of tho Pouth's cause in none at all. No.i, Pullman lloudoir fluff, terly presentation ington to Louisville and nn official circu- et Sleeping Cum, Cincinnati to New Orleans and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be, as low as as well as a literary production tho war Shreveport. suchgoods In tho Louisville district alono 54 lar states that all trains will use it after Chattnnoog.l to Pullmnn Houdolr Huffpl Sleeping can be bought in the Train No. 5, of great merit. cities. Give me a trial and you will be conbo a big loos for the Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati distilleries make 87,120 gallons of whisky Jan. 1. This will Sleepers St. Louis vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Mr. Davis, first wife was a daughter of a day, which is pretty rough on us to JacksonvillcAnd Knoxville. toS'ew Orleans via M. .V O. L. N. 'A. Taylor, who died without issue., v Journal PLEASANT OCCASIONS our establishment is always a pleasant occasion, and for various Clothing, Boots, have a magnificent stock of Dry 7'easons. Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunin, Carpets, Matting, c.; have gentlemanly, extensive pable and attentive force of salesmen. Our purchases us and a and our sales large that a small margin is satisfactory saving for you. The visit W. WALTON. eon-scienc- e, 4 k a CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS" In our stoch are numerous and captivating. The throngs of delighted ers have spread the news our turn your steps of wonderful Holiday stock, the magnitude of which you can form no conception of without seeing it. At this season of the year the question that troubles many Is hiiow "what to buy, when buy and where buy." About the last there can no hesitancy if pou will take the trouble look around at the various exhibits and y, THE LOUISVILLE STORED them. Where best goods, the best prices, lowest and satisfaction is given all who There are but a few short weeks left secure as many tickets on the S200 Organ which will given away with every dollar's worth of gooks. Main Stanford. SALINGER, Maiingcr. Cir-cinna- ti, hut-augh- Having purchased the interest of Mr. $la, J will conduct the business at the old stand, where shalt pleased supply the wants of all former and new patrons from a School Books, Wall .Paper, Jewelry and Silverware at low prices, for goods. have a good Jeweler, ready do watch unci jewelry repairs in the best Full Stock !of Drugs Paints Oils, I style. respectfully, W. B. MoROBJGRTS. ot ct J0NESBROS., General Merchandise, Willowware, yc. 11 The only Store in Stanford that suit the Farmer; Dru Goods, Boots and Shoes, Fancy Groceries, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, and Full Stock of Holiday Goods. J flo Mo ! P1MNY 9 & CTIEWIEII lER, ' Jggfe y et Jit FURNITURE STORE! MAOK 1OTFM ANo DPBIDFo well-know- Cincinnati and New leans. vs: Mjf ."K,. , M' . i. r r 'VST" - " "A ' -- "pw- m - "w f" ''Yt ' ' 15 Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal 10, 1880 Kiii'itb of all kinds Coi'.NTitY at limner's. . Soiuint'M ntT. H. Wnlton's. Nick N. O. Sugar cheap. T. It. Walton. Stanford, Ky., Dkckmhek New noy h, 0. K. Innl nt IIIkhIhh ft McKIn nt T. says that Abe Mink shot and mortally wounded Tom Norvllle, nt Fnrriston, near there. A London dispatch H ' . m m K.o.walton, bub. Manager MEANS BUSINESS. Comk nml Bettlo Lamtx, quocnHwnrc, ftc. chenp Mftcnll'fl. Go to Rowland for $1 a dozen. llrst-clas- s Tub murderer o! Frank Armstrong, who married n daughter of V. 11. Wat-soof this place, was given years nt photos, nt Luxiugtou. His namo is Pat Sullivan. '-'1 u, I'cnny. your nrcount. . . n. Finkst Open Kettle N. 0. Molasses T. It. Walton's. l Mtf A mkbtino of confederate soldiers and I others who desire to participate, will bo AND-- e 11th, held nt tho nt o'clock, to take appropriate nctiou on JulIVrson Dathu death of In the corporate limits of Rowland. vis. A large attendance Is desired. ItAirfiN-t'KKii ritUNKS, French prunes, PERSGHAL POINTS. .. 86 II J. IIAKS1, Kowlaml. , citron, seedless mid layer raisins, cookJiwmik Vahnon'h quarterly court i8 Miss Anna Hatks Is vlsitlni; in Mitch ing tigs, uvaporated and canned Callfor-niin session with 118 cases on tho docket, I ellsburt;. fruits, fresh stock of candies and nuts only four of which aru contested. Dan Mux. T. M. Pk.n.nimston Is with friends at Iliggins A McKlnney's. Miller is constable again and his voice is To Reduce Them. In Somerset. .. 'Hie Kesidence, with about live acres of land, Mlrtt MAIIY McKlN.NKY 18 vIsitlllK At the regulnr meeting of the City once more heard In thu laud, calling wit- now occupied by Judge Thos. W. Varnon. Alio fiiends In Winchester. Council, J. U. Owens tendered his resig- nesses and others into court. an elegant Ilrick Krsidcncc and grounds. Haydk.v is in Kiuisms City nation as marshal nnd O. J. Nuwland, Mu. J. W. Apply to JOHN II. CRAIC. A SON. following dispatch hns Thanks. The who hns been uctlng for n couple of been received at this ollice: You are infwiiiK after his interests. Miss Annik IIai.k returned yesterday weeks, was elected ill his stead. Broth- vited to tho press reception nnd collation RESIDENCE FOR from n visit to Miss Oru Wood. er is a good one. nt the preparatory opening of tho New V. M. Anhi.ky, the Jolly road muster of Tiik oldest inhabitant hnd to admit Mammoth Wednesday evening, Dec. 11, Having decided to go to farming. offer for the I.. ft N., was here Saturday. rent int evidence and Ground at the intersex saw so warm a nt 8 o'clock. Kleitihaus & Simonson. Mkikh Liccik and Mamik Lynn have yesterday that he never Hon of Main, Danville and Ilustonville streets, lor spell before in the first month of winter. liven on a visit to thu Misses PiilHam. Rki.ativk to tho item In regard to J. one year or a term of sears, it it very deiirablc J. U. UWfc.NS, In thu Inugungu of thu hymn December's C. Hays' alleged dump of $10,000 at Knn-sa- s in every respect. ItitioiiT Fk it it km, is now boss literally mid City, he tells us thnt the lawyer who at the Tribblo House, Junction City. as pleasant ns May both tltsunuively this year. . P. T. Downs, of this division, cnino hero did not proposo n compro. FOR SALE OR in was hero .Sunday seeing after thu I., ft The Queen A Crescent Itoutc will sell mlse, but the proposition was mnde by N.'s interest. nt the ngent nt Knnsas City to Mr. Hnys' A DE3IRABLB HOUSE AND LOT tickets to New Orleans and return Miw. Mu.iumN, of Danville, who has one fare fdr the round trip on account Inwyerto take $l.r0 in commission nnd On'I.ancatter itreet In Stanford, with lx roomi thnt hu would then do all to prevent tho and kitchen, no occupied by W. II. Miller. been visiting her son, James Milburn, of the funeral of Jeirerson Davis, I'oneMjion givm Jan. i. Apply to has returned home. Mm. C J. HAII.KV Dec. llthj tickets tjootl for re- suit hu could. Mu. J. H. Kostku left last night for turn until Dee. 15th inclusive. For full A wkkk from Gold-Hcadc- d that is to say Knoxville, where he expects to take a particulars apply to Agents Queen fi on the 17th, wo will have Mrs. Hold's position in n bank. Crewent Koute. class of elocution with us. Most all the Capital to Build Houses to Rent. .(jiliiK J. S. Mriii'iiY has none to FloriTiik Casey Circuit Court commenced pretty girls at Hustonville nro on tho A permanent investment for few da to spend tin) winter and hns ordered a ean. with yesterday with 18 criminal mid 10.1 civil programme, which is interspersed with ample iccurity Inquire at tbii office. i bts pHper to Madison, that Stab. majority of vocal ami instrumental music. Tho enMil. W. I. Kvanb wns as low ns he cases on tho docket. Thu tertainment is going to be worth mnny eould lwat last accounts. Ho is delerl-oil- s the criminal cases aru for violations of . thu prohibition law and carrying con- times the low price of ndmis'don ehnrg-etland seems to have lost his night. power One uxao: one Iet's give them a rousing welcome. power Portable Kncinr, Ffc'ine Feed Crunher, all in Press says that one Miss Maooik Xkui.and, of Stanford, cealed weapons. Tho complete order. Will icll any part a peron may thu only iuiportautcaseistliu one against it vUitini: Mrs. J. M, Hrown and other Tn iiku negro boys, Jonas McKoberts, want h. cruris, Ky Ilucke)e, te)atiuiin this city. Carlisle Mercury. Hud Ititlu fur killing Alou.o Hrown. John Itnughinun anil Fred O'Kryan Hon. It. C. Waiikkn and K.C. Walton, Tin: Somerset Reporter says that Win. though it would be mighty funny to cut who attend nil the courts in this district Watsou, the man who was shot near oil' the mnno of Aquilla Kuld's hoiu Sat together, are practicing this week nt Lib Woodstock last May for alleged distur urday night and they proceeded, it is My Now House on Main St., erty. bance of a Sunday School Convention, alleged, to tlo so. They cut it so close Stanford, Ky For tcrmi apply to Mr. W. H. I) it. J. H. Ghaiiy and Mr. W.K. Davis, llesh and died last week after seven months' in that their knives went into the uiKKini, aiunioru, or 10 me ai wanviuc, rty. of Columbia, ato the quests of Dr. C. A. tense siiU'cring. W. R. Doolln, who yesterday they weru laughing on the j.mttu: N llUI.Mhb. 3 Cox. They will spend some time hunt- tired the shot, ami the man Cope, who other sides of their mouths at their joku. ing while here. was accessory to the crime, were both John Newlnml marched them before .Mini LaI'ka M Axai.i.y, nt the College, placed in jail without bail Saturday Judge Carson, who would have sent received a disimtch yesterdnv telling her morning nml will await trial at Circuit them to jail if bail hnd not been secured. House & Lot of Miss Mary Myers, Mrs. Court. of tho death of her The trial is set for Thursday. Now occupied by Mr. G. N. Ilridley, i for rent iteid, at HU ix)iiis. lit. Masiieii. Capt. II. C. Chambers, a for8 the year 1800. l'o.vettion given JanuaryKy. Col. Swoi-k'l'lnriiEs. We hnvo reMi&hDoiu Cai.dwki.i., of Louisiana, A. U. ROUT, Stanford K. K. Johns, thu I.exiugton freight conductor, sutlered an nccident nt Mo., the talented new art teacher nt the ceived from College, arrived Friday afternoon and phottigrnpher, a couple of splendid cabi- Itaxters, at an early hour Sunday mornnet photographs of Col.Swope, one with ing, that may prove fatal. Hu was will at onco inaugurate a class. Mu. Julias Tkukiikmit, of Terrell, moustache nml goatee, as most of our caught between a car ami a post and terIn- A meeting of the Mockholden of the National Hank citizens will remember him, nnd thu oth- ribly mashed in the body. How dan- home of lluitonville will be held at their banking Texas, is with his sisters, Mrs. M. In HuMotivllle on the iccend Tuetday in and Miss Florence Trueheart, er ns he lately appeared, without w s gerous his injuries are, however, could January, 1890, f..r the purpote ol electing nine direar. of any kind. Mr. Johns hns copies not be ascertained as they aru internal, rector! to itnc thu rotuinx llULKKR.Caihier. whom he had not seen for 20 years. 8 J. W who desire no bones being broken. A bolt on the It is said thnt our own (ov. McCrenry for sale and can supply those car buried itself in his arm and that is was robbed of fJOO by tho fellow Silcott, to keep the colonel's likeness in rememthe only wound that shows on thu outbut wo hojM) it is untrue. Some Con- brance. side. Capt. Chambers is a nephew of A meeting-ogressmen aru caaght for $4,000 and the itockholderi of the Pint Na of Col. Atmore, thu general passenger Tile question of the tional Hank will be held at their banking home in thu prohibition lnw will soon commence agent, and has n wife living at New Al- Stanlord on the lecond Tueiday in January, 1890, for the purpose of electing cle en directcri to serve Missus. O. H. Cooi'Kii, of thisplnce and to ngitate the public mind. Mr. Warbany ami to her ho was taken on tho tho entiling year K. H. Kennedy and Jim Cook, of 84 JOHN J McROHERlS, Caihier. ren will simply havo n law passed pro Sunday. nnd Robert Lylwi, of Nashville, viding for another vote, leaving It to noon train aru iti Itussell county on a hunt for u the people to tlx the time by petition to CHURCH AFFAIRS. week. judge. It is not fully decidtho county Kkv. Okoikik Hunt remained here Dit. A. S. Piuck couldn't stay away any ed yet whether each A meeting of the itockholderi of the Lincoln precinct shall bo this week to help In thu Rowland meetNational Hank will be held at their hanking house longer. The wonder is that ho staid an given the right to retain or reject tho in Stanford on the lecond Tueiday in January, long as hu did from his pretty sweetheart. law, or leave it to tho majority in tho ing. iSoo, lor the purpose of electing clc"en directors to meeting at ltiehmond ervethe eniumc year. Hitler Darsiu's Ho was hero Sunday, looking us happy county. Whatever is done the vote will &c. 84 J. II. OWSLKY, Cashier. had resulted in 10 additions to last as the jolly old plant of thu genus be taken on the same day, in the coming I spring, perhap. Tho annual meeting of thu American Dit. W. M. Hi.ai.v, who was mysteriwill be held at the PresbyAlt person! bavins claims azainit the estate of Kvkii since Thomas V. Hughes has Hiblo Soeiety ously nfl'ected Bomu time ngo, apparently I.. will present tnem next Sunday, my S. Withers, deed proen, on or before to mu or agent, proper!) lobinir his iiiiiui. !sas mo tar recovered as bwn at Hot Spring, Mr. M. V. Klkinhns terian church in Stanford January 800. tfcSO v. Mrs A A w THINKS. ., and at to leave his mother's homo in this coun- occasionally sent him money ns he could the loth, at 81 W F McCLARY, Agent. at 11 a. m. ehureh Sunday, ty and return to his duties at Williams-burg- . spire it or raise it by contribution. The & I'.istors and members) of all churches aru I ist he sent wni in August anil receiving I e! that these meetings arc to toi.. W. (5. Wkmii and (1. S. Carpen- no acknowledgement from Mr. Hughes, requested bee Geo. II. Urine, Pres. of he has recently begun to investigate and well attended. A Lot, ter, Confederate Milliters and admirers II. O'llannon ami On Somerset street, at present occupied by Mr. I)r and Mrs. the noble man who sutl'ored so much for finds that he hns never dr.twn tho mon(i II Cooper. A cry be place and principle, loft yesterday to attend the ey. This leads to the presumption that Mrs. .1. A. Moore, of Kingaville, were obtained at a bargain desirable or call on cm Address Raisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Oatmeal, HomV II. ANDKRSON, Harper, Kansas, poor fellow, who was bent nearly hero Friday soliciting subscriptions for Davis at Now Or- the funeral of Jullei-soOr l' AI. .Mi.K01tI.KIS, Stanford, Ky. double with the rheumatism, is dead, the now church at that place. It is alleans. iny, Beans, Pickles, Canned Goods, Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, Miis. Annik Daiiiiksiiiiik and Miss ami Mr. Klkiu is making elforts to find ready under headway ami estimated to eoht $1,000 with a seating capacity of Mary Shelby havo returned from Fort out certainly whether he is or not. A GOOD FARM OF m ACRF.S, ' Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, Butcher Knives, 100. Tho church is to belong to tho W reMeade, Fin. .Mrs. Darbeshire will Salt, Sage, Pepper, acre to j;o in Anoirr thu worst miscarriage of justico Christian denomination, but it is stipu- orchard prass, a; acres In corn or .oats, 30 acrei closer, to acres wheat, with her parents, Col. anil main a mouth and remainder in here is n house on wo havo read of for several moons wns lated that any other can use it at will. Mrs. Isaac Shelby, when shu will go to his is the farm. land. Apply to In tho case of William Smith, at WilCoal Hods, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. Shovels, Tongs, &c. II F. i:Nl.I.KMAN, Hubble, Ky , Manchester, Kng., to inako hor future 81 II. W. GIVhNS, Shelby City, Ky. liamsburg. Ho was charged with the V. S. Mathews, ouo of Louisville's home. murder of John Kicku, a German, oldest, wealthiest and yiost respected tonear Jcllico, under tho most unprovoked bacco men, died Saturday. CITY AND VICINITY. circumstances. Instead of hanging him or E. lT. and James Bland, highly resI will sell publicly, before I gi back to Europe 5- - & IlAi.KSoi.KsntT. It. Walton's. acquitting, thu jury returned a verdict of pected citizens of Hardin, havo been on . II years imprisonment. Since thu murfor stealing jsl.OOO from thu bankGr.ss, ammunition mid loaded shells Dec. 20th, 1S89, der Smith has been twico captured in ing housoof Harris, I'olk & Co. cheap at T. Metcalf 's. My Farm of iSS Acres of IllucGrats Land, by a railroad conductor inthis county, tirst Tho grand jury has letumed an Situated l',$ mill' from Stanford, the county teat FiNKsr Now Orleans Molasses at A. A. at Kowlaml, when ho was making his dictment against Chas. Moore, Deputy of Lincoln county, Ky . 6 miles Irpm Lancaster and miles from escape after tho killing and second by Clerk of thu Circuit Court, Elizabeth-town- , '1 he improvements Danville, nil on good turnpikes, Wnrrun'H Model Grocery. arc a frame building with twi barns tho hu had Messrs. I.asloy nnd Walker, after for malfeasance in ollice. He has, one hall, 6 rooms and kitchen; crib and 6 boxtootooxi, with granary, corn Wk will sell millinery at cost for tho jail at Williamsburg. horses; the second 40x40x30 with 11 hroKcu it is alleged, been using bogus claims for es for lino room . box lor calves, hay, straw lofts and J. P. BURTON, Clerk. next 'M days. Courts ft Cox. WALTON. witness' fees and soiling thoiu. Moore is staid,crib. cent Tin: H.minks suppur, with tho outside Farm is in a high stato of cultivation and The of beautiful brown contributions, realized $7o net, which a brother of Mrs. Will Showers, whoso can produce everything. 'I here are 70 acres in Fouutkkn pounds 60 for corn and 17 lor clover, ai) acres mysterious death occurred last spiing. sugar for onu dollar at S. S. Myers'. will make qulto a nice Christmas gift for oats. Fences are all right and plenty of wood and .. Charles S. Ostron, connected with water. The ground Is undulating, rather lesel. will sell my lull sit ol Implements, such as Tiik McGiboay Family of 10 musicians tho evangelist. Tho good things weru the business department of the. paper, is by pretty young maidens self Hinder. Mower Drill. Corn Planter Harrows. will hu with us Dec. U You want to nicelv served Hiisnected of having started tho tiro Kke, Holler, Sleigh Wagons, Spring Wagon, in waiter costumes and everything was v.iirn anuuer, .uonarcn rau.ncaies Mv.hr Sl'hCIr IC cures all blood diseases, such usScrolul.1, I leers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat sco them without full. cte., lute Swelling, Syphilitic diseases in all its stagus, Necrosis. Ac . Price Ji per bottle. conducted pleasantly and in order. Tho which burned , tho Minneapolis Tri- different plows, ids, 01 etc ; stacks 01 Ulover liny HAVIS' IKON I lay. Also 110,000 1IITTKKS Is the most pleasant to of ail the lion tonics. It cures Dyspepsia anu somo House- - it gives a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulatestake liver and imparts new energy to the I am preparetl to kill and dress hogs moving spirits wuru Mrs. J. W. Alcorn bune in which seven men lost their with the seed, a rKkso the muscles hold Furniture, and nervous svsteiu. Price $1 in'r bottle. for those wishing it done. Leavo orders and Mis. I. M. Uruce, ably assisted by lives, llu is charged with having stolen r: .ATI The stock a No Horse, nnd a Garrard Chic!1 u wnui cvoirn ... ...... vi .,. 1..... .. i.m jmu csuviicrs .known ..He meu. ...c iicb; wuiiii miici p ......to .l from his employers. Mrs. T. KIchnrds, Mrs. Ueorgu D. Weni-o- n at my shop. M. F.KIkin. " " ".!aZ'F?irrb Jacob Morgan, a war veteran, was inp. London, u 3 of whom there Jeriey Hull, (full ' UATLIFF'S MAGNETIC PILLS tor all Liver Complaints, Impaired DlcestUn, SKk nnd other Hariicsites, Headache, I.lor.d.1 some Jersey Cows and Calvesand J year. Nkw lot of jewelry, watches nml e. Acts us cathartic. 'Price 35 tents per boi. goodly number hero. Tho contri- murdered in Tylor county, W. Va., eight V. .. JS ) .sianutaciureu anu ior sate to tnc traut'iiytr. All silverware aru a just received. anil 1,0000 pension money Fodder. butions weru all higldy appreciated by months ago cash, the balTerms' ror the rnrm soltl will bo engraved at reasonable rates. WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., , Ky. tho ladies and while they thank each was stolen. Tho murder remained a ance on one and two years' time, with dper cent. 11. McKoberts. Interest and 4 lien on thu t.irm, For the stock, W. and every one, they desire that Mr. and mystery until Sunday, when Charles implements, etc , sums of Sis and under cash; on a prominent merchant, was ar- larger amounts 3 months time at 6 per cent. All Tiik Kuntucklan says thnt Win. M. Mrs. It. Zlnimer, who unsolicited con- Tabler, paper has to be acceptable at the First National found notes and mortgages in tribute! a beautiful cake, bo honorably rested. Ho and tho old man's wife woro II auk of Stanford. oVIock Swopo hns sharp. Sain will begin at 9 lovo and wanted to livo together withT. D. Lngllsh, Auctioneer. Uourbon county, belonging to Col. mentioned and remembered by all who in Hook Krrplno, Short Hand, Ttlroraphy.&om I C IV T A. P. vandcWATLK. 84 out his interference. Write fiir Catalogue unit full information- CW W love Karnes and his teachings. Swopo's estate, amounting to $:I0,000. Yoi'ii account is ready for you. call and settle. Courts A Cox. Tiik t plnco to buy drug's, patent menieineH mm toilet nrucleH is ai A. n. Anotiikii son has been ndded to the Pimiiiv'h. family of Depot Agent J. A. Carpenter, Hoy your hcIiooI books, Ink, tablets, paper, pencils and sebool Biipiilies of all making their fourth child and second kinds from A. It. 1'onnv. boy. bi-H- Watch uh nml jewelry repaired nml wrrantod. A. It. Penny. Two stalwart colored citizens, llrcnt Hays and Harrison Helm, who look like they never sufl'ered an ache or pain n their lives, havo been granted penPlease sions. nt ... Charlio Johnson, alias Wndo Holmes was hanged nt Gadsden, Ala., for tho murder of a policeman. Tho Chesapeake nnd Ohio railway Company hns purchased tho Hot, Healing mid Wnrm Springs, of Virginia, and will build n branch road to them. A passenger train, which had been disabled by thu breaking of a rod on the engine, wns run into by n freight below Howling Green, completely wrecking it nnd catching fire, it was consumed. Thu passengers hnd gotten out. NEW ADVKItTI.SEME.NTS. Wo Art VIEBBTeCKE IIM- -- For Sal Court-hous- 1 Twenty Iluildlug Lots c n For Hent WILL CUT PRICES se-- tf BRUCE & McROBERTS. RENT 1 bar-keep- er 86-- tf New Furs, Now Mufflers, Si-it- RENT. i New Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, 66-l- f Wanted. 84-- For Sale. Faney Goods of all Kinds For the Holiday Trade. 1 f gFOB S-A.I.E- .3 SEVERANCE & SON. FOR REiffT. grand-mothe- r, m m Stockholders' meeting. I It WflliTOH, Dealer -- his-ker- Stockholders' Meeting. $",-UK- ). Huh-touvill- Stockholders' Meeting. Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, Hell-anthu- s. -- Notice 1 1 i M i MeCor-mack- 's 1 FOB SJHE SOME SEASONABLE GOODS: Mi Rrick House and For Sale or Kent. hlue-gr.iss . . Fifty-thre- 111 '1 1 lirt-cla.- s PUBLIC SALE 7-B- TJ. Friday, & BAHRELS FRESH SA3C.T. frices Always Reasonable. T. It. . . m I The Great Remedies! fi.-ij- ! 1 ouaccoj-rcss- , is iit;m.t.. 1 m m .....'. j.i i year-ol- d P'" 1 . O -- one-thi- rd "" I I Williamsburg J BRYANT & STRATTON Business College - AlllOlfll IOVILlsCi l"f i . diliX Ua,Jb$atmil&&& - " '. ..ASx. frf za. AF A NOTES MISS Semi-WeekBOGLE Interior Journal TKUSTS ARE MONOPOLIES. aro on a par with EJghteouth coutury "Cocoanut-day-ON NATIONALITIES. amamx?Tv " Is colobrated In most It a Candidate for Superintendent of Public highway robbery. Yet In sugar, petroparts of India during tho full moon in Schools of Lincoln county. Itlcction August, 1890. leum, cotton seed oil, whito lead, copPublished Every Tuesday and Friday HOW A FULL BLOWN TRUST IS per and many other isubstances, prices August. On that day numbers of nuts M. FORMED. nro artificially maintained by trust mo- aro thrown into tho sea as an ollerlng to nopolies. For example, tho United States tho Hindoo gods. Is a Candidate or Clctkorihe Court of Appcali, 92 .PICK. YKARJN ADVVNOK Origin of the Sugar Trust How Corpora- havo by far tho richest copper mines in Tub Chlneso aro accustomed to oat subject tn the action of the Democratic rarty pumpkin seeds between tho coursos at Klec.loii Atigusl, if.jo. "When not to paid S2.50 will be charged."1 tions Differ from Ordinary Partnerships. tho world. With improved appliances dinner, and thoy aro probably taken ns used hero, tho output of oro by each man S. O. DAVIS, How tho Copper Monopoly U Sustained. makes tho cost of wnges very low. It an appetizer and dlgostor. Theso seeds c& CO., K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. aro rich in nitrogen and oil and tiro very Why Tanner Cannot I'orin n Trust. was shown some ago, In a reort PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Train leave Rowland at yoo a, tn., returning tho Tamarack t,opper Mining com- nutritious. A trust is an agreement among Inter- of HUSTONVILLE, KY. MM'. VJCUNOX.iv V. Atravklkr In Terra del Fuego was at svjop. rn. ested parties to control prices of tho arti- pany, that coptver ore could bo brought puzzled to distinguish tn the business ami ready to do any Are still tho sexes, cles which they handle in conunon. Tho to tho Btirfaco of tho mino at less than Oflice neat door to Whitehead's Drug Store. thing in the I'nderlaViiig linr. Wo hate a full L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. until ttoclr. of Cnte and Casket uf nil Mini, and Robet parties concerned may bo either persons, four cents. It was further shown in tho Tho ho discovered this Infallablo rule: Speclalattenlion given to diteatet ol children natho whoeitrrlcsa bow is a of every detcription Our heurie, which it nearly ta 31pm stock companies or corporations. Mail train going North For same report that, after paying tho ex- tho native who Is loaded down man: new can he obtained on short notice Mr II South 131pm reasons, with penses of smelting, refining, freight and afterwards shown, tho parties tireen has charve ofcur business and will hot Express train " South 37 p m heavy bunions Is a woman. our goods to any ono needing an) thing In our " " North commission, copper could bo laid down 37am in n trust aro usually corporations. HARRY A. EVANs, nor Loral Freight North Tub proudest boast umong Cuban wom04.tr 630am Tho trust agreement may havo many in Now York city for less than six cents. ' South 5 55pm en is the dainty smiillncss of tlmlr feet. ANALYTICAL The Utter trains also curry pat.engers. forms whilo aiming at its primary ob- Yet tho present prico of Lake Superior They CHEMIST, require nothing larger in tho way givcry, (Feed and Sale Siabls The above it calculated on standard time. Solar ject of controlling prices. If there wero copper in tljo New York Metal Exchango or footgear than STAN FORI), KY time it about jo minutes fatter tho No. I size for is eleven cents n pound, or just enough three nieu, each In business for himself, American women. This peculiar enwho controlled among them tho entiro to provent the importation of foreign Engineorinpr and Surveying in Is !SV.-r-Tproduct of a certain article, a trust copper, with n protective duty of four dowment perfectly natural; no pinch--3 all branches. ing or pressure of any kind is used. n ound. Whnt this means hardly might bo formed by each of them honor- cents Tin: ably agreeing not to sell his manufac- needs to bo told. Tho copper mining havo natives of tho Antln region'? a barbarous but oUeetlvn way of 1825. tures below a certain sum, or, not to sell companies in the Lako Superior district dealing with tho wolves, which aro a his manufactures except in certain lo- havo aid enormous dividends, moro (royal iv 1 9 pest thort Sharp blades are stuck In calities. This would practically bo n than their capital stock many times tho over, to their owners. Every brass lock, and leo and kilted. Tho meat freezes, On Dvtclhngt, Ilom.'lioM furniture. Si .res, Mertrust, and a perfectly legal ou at that. W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRQ'RS. In thawing Uotit. with his tonguo tho chandise, Ai , apply to the old Thero is nothing illegal or immoral in every pair of laced shoes, every pieco of blade cuts tho tongue, ultimately preON'DON, K , men verbally agreeing to sustain prices copper wire, every copper cent has paid venting tho always beast from licking tho snow, Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. onGood turnouts and saddle horsesthe rn st lor hire reasonable termi London it or to restrict output, provided they stop tribute to theo robbers. contrn and finally kills tho animal. lent (oint on the railroad to reach pistes in tht Similarly with sugar. Tho Sugar trust at that ttolnt. Lightning. clauses atuched and damages p.ilil tn the mountain lion ofth S'lati to Amdnii tho Hindoos thero aro somo not. "muni iiir Hues or(JKO. II A moro usual form of tru3t, liowexw, practically controls nil tho refineries in castes near Ahmodakid In which widow IIRICK, Agent. '7 is that formed by a number of corporatho United States, except that of Clans marriages are allowed, and a girl can be RILEY HOUSE, tions. Thero are two ways in which this Spreckels, in California. Tho cost of given in second marriage without the inoder-ntrefining raw sugnr, including a is done. Ono is to agree that each V. U. niliEY, Proprlotor, ruinous expenso considered necessary Coal profit, is will combine to manage itsown of a cent. Tho on tho Tho - - - Kontucky. I Sugar trust charges exactly tloublo this parent,occasion of a llwtalllanee. to on ham! No I qushtv ol JHtico. Lily London, affairs, but that in cases of necessity therefore, marry a girl .1 in my Leave tho concerns which mako profits will amount, or ono and n quarter cents. Tho bunch of flowers, which Is afterwards and Nut SCoal Myria' yard auj they your t nrtlers at S Yard or wilt attendttorc I have so ( to my new Hotel sf transfer some portion of their earnings Sugar trust owners boast that tho United thrown down a well. Tho huslund Is ed to promptly. J IIK.tilNS, nm prepared than eserto accmaittid4tt the n lie Mai ford, Ky. i to thoso that make none This was tho States' refineries can turn out refined then said to bo dead, and the girl, as a t.ood Litery attached nd every civuvriucnce tie chrysallis form of inmv of the present sugar cheaper than any other refineries widow, can bo married at moderate cost. sired Cue we a call. Absolutely Puro FRANK UILIV. full blown trusts. As nn arrangement in tho world. Why should they not bo BLUE-GRAA nK.vn.nu vx who has traveled conNURSERIES 71 piifi'Vi TbU powder neversanes. A marvel between corporations, this was perfectly taken nt their word and bo allowed to siderably, In speaking of tho lwauty of Ktreugtn and vvholetomrnets. More economical A full stock of 1'rult and Ornamental Trie, than the ordinary limit and can not be told in legal in itself, though it could not ho put beat tho world in an unprotected market, foreign women, nays ho believes the Grape ine, Small Trulls, Asparagus. Shrubs, competition with the multitude of low tett, thort in tho form of a binding contract. to the great advnnutgo of tho consumer? Swedish peasant wumn to be the weight, alum or phosphite powders. Sold only in MX. VSrtNON, KY. most undeverMhinic tr the H.li.nl and garden Wc In like maimer tho White Lead trust bountiful In nil thu world. employ no Tho HOY L IIAKING POW'DF.R CO., trust is inado by the prices to cant. The young the planter agents but sll !directn atf low Immense ThiseJd It" 18100 Wall street, New York Hr sad vwlingof interests of tho shareholders keeps up the prico of whito lead, and con matrons aro llko madonnas, and the girls stock invited Ptr.onal Hstel'ti still maintain DoscriiHin atalepu with villus ing its fine repHtation. Charjcs ressoAtUe. Spe sequently of all kinds of paints: . tho are Ideals of puro and oxqulslto of more than one corporation. For iden- - nic siKKe.nont on application, K iiii.i.i:n.mkvki, Ii cial attcnti to the traveller public tho sugar trust comprises all tlu Steel Rail trust keeps up the prico of hood. Their quaint peasant dress and R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. I.eMHKtost, Ky Al. I' NKWCOMII, I'rep, refiners of that articlo except ono in the 6teel rails, and Increases tho oxtten.so of head covering add to their charm, and Jilt Sj' Ml Yemen, Ky. United States, and several of theso re- building railways: tho Cotton Seed Oil he has brought homo photographs of DENTIST. r i i ft finers wero in tho form of incorporated trust keeps up tho price of cotton seed theso women that would each one make Office on Main street, opposite Portinan Home, WOOD Up stair. Nitrout (Hide Cat given Tor painless companies. Before tho trust was formed oil, and incidentally has that article suban Ideal head for a 'painter. extracting. other refiners hastened to incorporate stituted as a counterfeit of table salad EdViMiA.vs aro said to bear surgical STANFORD, KENTUCKY. oil. LOUISVIL.LS, KENTUCKY. themselves and theft" associates. operations with extraordinary fortitude I Everywhere that a protected industry and success. Clot Bey, thu founder of When all wero ready, tho sugar trust J!) fourth Atenue, DR. W. 13. PENNY, was formed. A number of trustees, rep- Is small enough to lo monopolized by a tnodorn niodiolno in Egypt, says: "It reLARGEST AND FINEST j THE n, trust is formed, not quires as resenting each of tho larger interests few rich capitalists muih surgery to kill ono DENTIST. involved, wero first selected. To theso to reduce expenses and cheapen prices, Ejryptlon ru seven Europeans. In tho HOTEL IN THE CITY. Office South tide Main street, in office recently trustee, wero confided by tho shareholdbut to curtail production and lovy ex- native hospitals the man whose thigh C. A. BENEDICT & CO., vacated byJDr. L, F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. ers In tho various corporations tho en- orbitant profits off tho consumer. has been amputated at two o'clock Is But some persons may say, "Why sitting up and lively at six o'clock." Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, rates $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD. tiro script which represented their interWALLACE E. VARNON, est in a refinery. The trustees at onco don't tho farmers form a trust to raiso Shock Is almost entirely unknown, and Stanford, ky INC TO ROOMS. tho prico of wheat and cattle?" Tho droadofau impending operation quite locked up theso sharo certificates and is Attorney at Law, Wells drilled to ordtr and Tumps litrmihed answer to this is, that tho unfortunate an exception. Tho explanation given sued against thorn now certificates, call- Stanford, - - - - - Kontucky-c(- i farmer cannot for this abnormal physical" excellence factory prices, trust certificates, ; which the As in . TURKISH A RUSSIAN I1AT1IS IN HOTKL ... ..... snares was acKiiowieugoil receipt ns tho prico of afford to do so. on itslong is the resignation Inculcated by tho rewheat depends exWill practice in all the count of thit and adjoin- - ol ln0 m. sag counties and in the courts of appeal. port value, tho foreigner who now buys ligion of tho people; the very small Theso trust certificates renresented lOfficeover McKobcrtt & Sugg's drugstore. proportional sharo of all tho refineries ' American wheat would, if tho price of proportion of meat In, atuhtho total abThis notice forewarns hunters, comprised in the trust. Each of theso American wheat 6ensibly rnised. buy sence from alcohol from, their diet, und, Lirm, ,',:;d and stasis, others not to trespass on our lands fishermen pn without refineries was previously valued, and Indian or Itussian wheat. So with cattle. In general, tho regular, abstemious, mission, as all such will be prosecuted to the full, STANKOItl), KY. life. this valuation was added on to the total Thero aro broad spreading pastures in estcttciil of tho law Signed ) HILL. (il'o l) llnppi'U amount of tho sum for which trust cer- Australia and tho Argentine Republic on SPKCIAL ATlLNTIONtoCOMMKItCIAL T FROM DISTANT SOURCES. J.M M S. IIAKiHMAN which cattlo can be reared to competo tificates wero issued. travelers Horses and mules bought and ssld Thk Shah of Persia has announced Onlyfirit-clas- t 'against American cattlo in tho open S In tills form of trust thero is something IIAUCSIIMAV huriesaiid vehl. les used iji livery. hAWG"'-'KrS AM that ho will nevor visit Kngland again. illegal, though not very much. A cor markets of tho world I IIA1 For trusts thero is only ono prompt and Skvkiial thousands of Jews, under orporation is in its very nature moro or JPECIFIC I) V. HOI MIS Ii. 1' W L:j,,N. loss of a monopoly. It is a kind of legal- efficacious remedy. Whenover a trust ders to quit Bessarabia, have accepted KT RICHARDS I'lllt JOSH AHA Ms II. W t,,VINrS ized cj:ii.,iiracy among a number of men is formed to raise prices in n protected engagements to colonize lands in the J ft M KINNhA Mrs SA Mr MR It IRWIN'. CHAD OKCHAKI). KY industry, tho tariff on tliut protected in- Argentine Republic. JOHN t. 1ANS, to do something which none of thorn Mrs IMir IttKF.R Thk Dowager Kmprass Vlutoria, of couiu uo separately, in olden times dustry should bo lowered until prices aro Dealer In , corporations were regarded in this light, forced back again to their natural lovel. Oormany, sold some Xew York City Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps ; OR MONTHLY SICKNESS bonds a day or so slnco at public sale. and had to pay largo sum's to tho king This is tho only specific for trusts. TAHiN OURVHB CHANSfc O? .VE llf , Tho royal Insignia was stamped on each Hoots, Shoes, Clolbine, Qiieent. I or to tho stato for their charter of Incor-- I ware, linware, hurmture and TO"ViOMkH"JWUDF!f I loir thu Purmer Gets Loft. bond. J300K poration. SRABTIELO REGULATOR CD. ATLANTA GA. Crocorlos, If over a tax was imposed outof "puro Si.ntk 1S00 the population of Kuropo Conoral Lino even in tneso modern days tho state tyouiSVUIMlwatajTCKlMto T,(Lmcujbyau uesasn. has just doubled itstdf. Then tho n -- ' does not recklessly confer privileges on cussedness" it is tho tariff on common Fancy Canditt. Clots ie. Ac. 10 was 17,r,oyo,000; in 1SW, '.210,000,-00- All kinds bf 1'roduo taken in cichanjte for Kxdt salt. This substance is ono of tho primo Corporations are favored individuals. in 1S(!0, 2SO.000.000; In lhiO, Q A T I? A Ml A CJ A rt I J Tl?rr I? expressly prommteu uy law trom en necessities of life. Man might iossibIy In 1S$, !530,O0O,OO0. UI1VJLH1 1UU gasS In any other pursuits than those find a substitute for bread or 'meat, but lavin lioth WJiJJiJ 11 CARRIER & In somo form or other ho must havo salt Sxuvi v.v formers who can not pay Tor which they havo been Incorporated. LOUISVILLE tfc CINCINNATI It 1WLAND, KV In most cases they aro forbidden by tho for his blood, for his tissues, for his tneir tax arrears in money oro now al- I will tell the house known at the Daily, Secures to Travelers, stato to amalgainato with similar bodies brain, and all tho secretions which help to toweu, oy mo itnance ministry, to pay Keep constantly on hand a iplctidid line of or tako any other steps nt tho dictation carry through tho processes of digestion. in cereals. Tho military authorities Family Groceries, Salt is not only a necessity to man, hut tako tho gTaln nt a fixed price. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE of a majority of tho stockholders which Tin; congress of Orientalists at Stock- And veil them at the low est prices. Produce of all might impair or render powerless tho ono of tho moit important raw materials "Foi'ONK rUJUSAND DOLLARS cash F.rcr attempted belwren great taken in enhance at rights of tho minority. So that a com- used In manufacturing industries. It is holm wont lately to tho grave of Odin at kinds kikkIs ever) day dire market iiuuWlioiis. cities on the Ohio River and the htcaKo, commercial Fresh usacall and hence the taiteit time and most comfortable Iraini bo. chiefly used in tho United States by far- I'psala, where tho Minister of tho In78 LAKIIII'.K A WAITS The Cottage opposite the Railway bination, which really amounts to amaltween all point, in the South, or t the H ett and gamation, of several corporations, with- mers, meat packers and fish curers. terior drank to tho health of tho conDepot, .orlliwesi. rhecoimtcrnirlor lint tram on ah lines out tho express sanction of tho state, is Fanners have n multitude of uses for gress in the regular old Viking mead. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. trunksuperb is deuominatedwe The Limlled Kspress I he roiling stock rormerly rccupicd liy h .Miller, at the same. illegal, employ gives patrons 6alt. They placo it in licking pans, to A centers gastronomic entertainment and can bo punished, so far as tho Lnlirnited Cnvtoti place for hllilll IIL'NDKKD DOI.LA MI persons tvittiiiijr pleasant life and well "A all Coupon Tlcksl Otlices keep their cattlo and sheep in good was an oyster feast recently held In cash. corporation i3 concerned, by tho forfeitin the Snu6 plea.ril them made at lime tables health. They sprinkle fodder with It. Colchester, Kng. Tho celebration Is of Stanfordwile let Mills use l'atent it Houryour gro you will find ourand stick to and tickets. Say Moure of its charter. Call for Roller Same-eaat tion, get Monon be seen by applying to Mr. W F. M.non. il you want U they have on and Rot Crab Orchard. But tho real objection to trusts does Butter will not keep without salt, so very anolout origin. Ton thousand Co- cery, to keep It, or get not order it from hand, urge j to uve money and have a planum journr-an them them and ft O.McCOKMlCK. not lie in their combining together, or in large quantities of it aro used for this lchester oysters wero consumed on the get it al the.Miilantl will guarantee a plciiaul J OTFENHKIMFR, ABent. Chicago ?". ' lamily City No. 30 Statu Street, New York. AgentiandOiliceM tho pooling of thoir interests. It lies in purtKHC. Then every ono knows that lat occasion by tho mayor and his aiKllnurcttins W N. POTTS, Superintcndint. 08 the illegal methods which aro too often cheeso does not tnsto of salt for nothing. guests. H. A IOItltkCl.ti,ne st , Cincinnati, d Tho Immense meat packing industries TunTonquln plrato.s, whom tho French used by such combinations to crush out jfflh a re competition. If two parties, A and H, of tho west uso very largo quantities of thought they hail, utone time. completesell 6ugur in a village, it is perfectly legal bait in making compressed corned beef ly suppressed, havo roapp.tnred again and perfectly justifiable that A should nud in other modes of preserving fresh and are striking terror among tho ?, w re 65 ltHfll Tim (Juvernmenb will E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor undersell B in tho prico of his sugars. meat. " But it is neither legal nor justifiable for Fishermen down east nlso uso Fait In send a fleet sufficient to hunt them fininH Not a small quantity either, down and to annihilate them completeA to enter into n conspiracy with C, D, fish curing. No Hotel in Kentucky hat a belter reputation, N N. A M V Co. F D E and F, all doimr business in other Binco in tho year 18S0 they paiif$t20,899 ly. and itt proprietor Is dcternilntd lli.it I x the nee with automatic machines p shall be maintained towns, to sell sugar at a profit in their for it. Only ono Night out to New York. Largo meat packers aro very rich, and 1'arls has put herself in tho lead with a respectivo towns in order to givo a certain . machine exhibited tho other day In tho SrillJ Vstlli.lt 1r..l jiowerful in a politicnl sense. Nearly u proportion of thoso profits to A, in order He ha recently a Med to Itt apfointn.cr.U Tl l n lvnn flinf lift (till- - uillil.,n.U U IIVU IU33 in l.t... - all their preserved goods aro exported. Placo do la Uitpubllqiiu. You brought ...v ..w .l.j . MJ r oUIsy.Vs. IV IIIIUE"f. O aTl.fl HI Self. Until II Is rilinnil nrnl Imi tn nut . I actual figures sa.aaa.Oli worth of with you a penny and a cup. You part"." 5.1""' niiaaoipnio, ISUllurd --n to MR Baitimoro, Now York, beef products, and $2,017,058 ed with your penny, dropping It into tho canned of business. worth of salted and pickled beef wero accustomed slot, ami your cup was full A First-Clas- s Cloe connection for lioiton and all points F.a.t Tho usual effect aimed at in combinLivory Stable and Southeast. a exported from tho United States in tho of steaming blucl; colleo judiciously ing different concerns is to save somo of p sugared. To accommodate the rlemands of Ids Increncd 3 tho oxpenses of management, and so year 1883. LFFEC'I UVLOCT. i, its?, WSm licit Turnouts futimhed traniient paironage. But fish canuera and meat packers GOOD RULES TO GO BY. turn out products at a cheaper rate. Coimncrcul I'rnvelcrs and others FastMain.im.Vci Acinm $ But as full blown trusts aro illegal, thoir j havo apparently a much greater pull KASTW'ARD. liai v Ks press, Daily Xi:vi:it obtrude any advice unasked. I has. A. Irehnd, President; He Sun. l'ly- Vx S.in management is expensive, and also tho with tho powers that bo than farmers City. ). Olmes Aim at cheerfulness without luvity.l Lse Stanford C. I.. Tompkins, Sec'y and (icn'l Manr. SfeJR corporations from which tlte triM was have. Because, whereas tho govern-- ! 3 ; am u 3" n nn 31 n'n " l.eujton Nkvui! dispute If you can fairly avoid It. P. woodward. Assistant Sec') ; 43 am o 10 pin $ yo pm evolved still remain in form, though ment, in ;ho year ending June, 1887, col' Winchester , Anther M Saiimlcrs. Troasu.er; la as pin 7 00 pm 6 40 pm " K. U, JunctluH.. not In substance, as before. Thero aro lected $1,438,031 duty pn imported salt, it. John F. Ktii.ell(M. I). " Ml. Sterling I 17 pm 7 jo pm Xi:'i:it show lolty when people are s 7 topiu still boards of directors to reghter tho neither thu meat packers nor tho fish " Preston . a oj pm " .Varehead paid any portion "of this tax, or elso engaged In worship. decrees of tho trust magnates, tho chairpm o 33 pm 9 8iim 3 ' Olive Hill Nkvkk judge a porion'ri ohurae.tor by itaiii!, Accident Incc.nr.ity o JO Mm j oj pm man still signs his naino and the secre- had a rebatoof tho amount which they " Ashland hi n crq 0 oj pin ... external appearance. j i'.i. " Catlettsburg tary still utjixe.1 tho common seal of tho paid when their goods were 6 10 pm 10 50 pm " Hitntliiijton 6 50 pm 11 30 am Say as little as possible, of yourself Of tho entiro quantity of salt imported corporation. For theso futilo services, Of NEW YORK. Arr White Sulphur... into this country, at least " Charlfitsiille nro and tho.so who aro near to you. good payments aro made. 10 to am " Niivku ulfect to bo witty, or Jest so as Pivferrtil and Kstra Prcfetred Risks only arc " WathinRton.. So that trusts in this present form do for tho farmers' uses. No matter what 3 35 pm llalilmore 3 ja pm " PlnUdelphla not flavo any money in expenses of man- prico fino foreign salt is, tho dairy fanner to wound the feelings of another. insured at a cunt t One Dolltr pur Month Ilidcm o 5 pm " New York who makes butter must apparently buy Nuvi.it court tho favor of tho rich by nltv Oruded. Pri'lvrred Risks 1naccide.1t agement. Tho suppression of competi9 30 pm " Richmond. Va.... Hunkers, Merchants, Salesmen, Include: a 40 pin tion and tho limitation of production aro it or Miller his butter to bo classed llattorlng either their vanities or vices. l 'I ravelcra, Maiiiifiiciu-rerOldl'ollltCoinfart among inferior qualities. (not wurslnyi mid kindred oLCiiutlons and Norfolk tho two factors by which trusts mako Ni.vim dispute with a man moro profeislon.il men generally. iei inoiaimer gels no rebate 011 ac- than sovonty years of ago, nor a wolnan, largo profits. count of the salt in tho products By including all the principal concerns which he exports out ofdairy country. nor an enthusiast. this MAXIMUM in the trust when first formed, thu ele- Tho fish curer gets hitf salt free; tho meat Trains.leaving Lexington at irsj a in" Nkyls ridicule sacred things, or p m V,L$ 3 Sunday ment of competition is soon eliminated packer guts a rebatoof tho entiro duty what others may esteem to ho such, Loss of Lift) .$J(ooo ter fordilly. 3. P. e HtchiuonJ, Ky. au eennect ,Ye K" c! p..i.u. on re a" Lost of Hands or lect 5 000 5 LLLILHlPvVriru3 s a by ruining tho smaller concerns. This and tho farmer gets left. howovor absurd they appear to ho. ,oio l.oi of Ileitis Lyea Limited Vestibule is done, as before told, by underselling 3,50a Phla, Washington andfrom Nn Xlvrii think tho worse of another Loss of Hand or Foot all Tho lateM articlo said to bo under- on account of Permanent Total Disability m loss. Having thus obtained a them nt a Lexington .it u m dJily his differing with you in Lost of One Lye . 800 valued by tho iisbistant secretary of tho practical monopoly, tho trust next limits treasury Is Loss ofThiitnli or Index Fiticrr politics or i'eligiuus opinions. Bi5 cai mtloirMveV Leaio':; linoleum. Other Flutter I.oh. production so that prices riso until a appraiser somo timo Thu New York " l ,",ilal- Always take the part of an absont ljts of Kithcr not evcccillni; iou Weeks. per loo ly except Sunday ago raised tho of Time, .sccominouailoniromO iveliill ,,,,1 nii ocal comfortable profit is assured. Then its btundanl of Imported linoleums ono person who Is censured In company, so Week J n olllcers keep vigilant watch for any at- grade all around. Tho iniiwrtors & far as truth and propriety will allow. 8.10. a in. .Iiiu. Apply to or address tempt to interfere with its monopoly, tri'i aunuar. n r tick ett, ralci and sleeping-ca- ..! and tho matter was referred to Nkvkk resont a supposed Injury till rcicrvatlons, etc , and crush out Mich ventures regardless tho managing partner of a very lurgo 41 imOADWAV, you know tho views and inotivos of tho linoleum ngency. Ho decided at author of it, nor seel: any F. G. BRODIE, Gcn'l of any moral or legal scruples. s. a. occasion to reKY. Profits mado under such conditions onco that tho imported goods wero un- taliate. JUEXINGTON, a3 Filth Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. dervalued. Why not? ly KATE F. Brinklev J. T. STJTTOIT 11 foe." Established htstjraitce I THE o five-eight- Attention, Iluruers. POWDER tP ! .1 SS NEWCOMB well-ktw- HOTEL. full-blow- n I . j 1 ;i nr WHIiLxAbL, TITE GALT HOUSE, I I I 7n ' Men's Outfitter Louisville, Kentucky, i. JnWIELDS out-of-do- or m iirlci:, m POSTED. 3 9 REGULATOR FEMALE- - H1'''' &W 111 -- J-- " rati MENSTRUATION -R- &W&B4W X-- J. SI. KILTOiT Hards-are- of - tiopu-hitio- 1 0; 0; A NEW FAmTmAIL . WAITS, Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, C 11 Ken-ned- I J 7t-i- ""'" THE MYERS HOUSE HB Old MM mm tDB Ky Route l Ts-Ih- B$ sw a flsH n - I liriilnt-dfll- .- I n-- HH 1901 flR8 Pool ami Parlors " I a I III j - ', 11 enn-ner- eBSI9B I Lmliik two-third- s lissBssH . j iiitur-un- ce llo3k-kvcpc- Cuinnii-rtia- s WPVJ ff'H'r r - I WM. ADAMS SON, np-peal- lp Agt. iHsoMiivr.',;1;1,"''- .S......J ; il . ,. tmtmmr' - 4l-- i- 1