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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889122401 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. P v tf- -f r ti 5 f o. 'f t i r i p 'lOi A Clirlstmiuj emi-Weekl- y Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY. TUESDAY DECEMBER 24. d889. HUSTQNVILLE. LONDON, t VOL. XVI I. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. NO. 90 LAUREL COUNT.Y DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. tree nt tlie conrt-bon- e Mr. M. 0. Williams, tlio clever tin gist, hnB another boy nt bio housu. Win. ltloonier luul nn exninlnhiir trial Friday Inst for killhiK Hugh M HnrKiie nd wan aeiiuitted. Stephen l'letoher, aged U, was found dead In bin bed hint Wednesday morn hiK, In tho western poition of the county. He hud returned u few days before from Covington, when ho was witni-nIn the U. S. court, lie had been ailing (or Bomu weekH. l'rof. W. Hi Mihw'h pupils gave u court-hous- e the county. There have been six or eight babies l)oin in and about town in the last two weeks and the indications are favorable very creditable entertainment at the for as many more in a short time. Friday night, thy closing ex There was a considerable ruin storm ereipesofthe public hcIiuoI. The pro here Saturday night with thunder and weleet wIhkiI on .lann ors. fetuor will open u Foit S.w.k. A general line of gro lightning accompaniments, hut Sunday nrv tlth and will conduct a commercial nud hiibiiU'HH departmont. The po.stof ceries, iiueeiiswnie, iianiware ana no- was a beautiful day and the Christmas lice building luiH been tented for that tions in the town of Hustonville. Only turkeys' gobbling in every direction restore of the kind in tovrn. Storehouse minded one more of spring than winter. purpose. Deputy Marshal William Paiker - Mr. Kd Heppert is clerking in the C. for rent. Reason for selling want to enbrought "liluo Huck," D.m Rowling and gage in other business. J. W. Wash. S. company' olllce in Cincinnati. Mace Misses Hue and Jones, of Ilurrods-burg- , several others heie from Clay county, Miller is running the Livingston olllco will be the guests of Miss Julia Saturday, charged witii mooushining, while Mr. Guthrie is visiting bis home 1! rui I ley during Christmas. Miss Julia who were tried before Commissioner folks. Miss Nannie Kennedy in visiting tlw Methodist church Tuesday night and Crews will entertain friends Christmas evo with Fan's and acquitted. Mrs. M. C. Williams. Mrs. W. It. Dan Pitman, of Pittsburg, was se- something new will bo had in the place elegant party. Ninety invitations from n visit to M ill Springs, ban returned Toinmie AilaiiiB is In from Camp Dick have been issued and we are sure but verely cut in the arm, Saturday, by a of an Xtnas tree. As the members are boy named Mike Macann. endeavoring to build a new chinch soon, Koblnson. Misses Ida, May niul Vinnie f'w regrets will be returned. Mr. Will Wentberford, sou of the Mike was in Pitman's store; whetting Ids they have erected a paper church ou the Adams are at home from their tarvlto knife on the stovo nnd when ordered to same plan they will build their new one school. Mrs. Sarah Welsh is visiting in 'te Col. James Weatherford, of Knnis, Texas, is with relatives here. He will leave he threw the knife nt Dan, stick- and from which tlie presents will be takLouisville. Vc will also make staiking reductions in ' ing it in his arm, indicting a wound en for each member of the Sunday-schooIn Pulaski county, just across the enter some ncbool In Kentucky. Dr. Kd which required surgical treatment. hue at Over's mill. Frldnv evening. Tho- - Alcorn has returned, after a mouth's so Charley James, Jim Boreiug and Miss Vivian, of Ijuica&ter, is visitShiplet was shot and killed by Killis jouru in Alabama. Mrs. Swain's mother and brother nru making their first visit Joiin Moren, who have been attending ing Miss lk'ssio Webb, near town. MonTrice. Price in company with two other men had been in the neighborhood of here. Miss Mary Lusk, who is attend- school at Danville, came home Saturday te Fox will start South Tuesday to re(or the holidays. Prof. Hays, of main through the winter and engage in the mill during the day arid bad been ing I laughters College, will be home to- evening r morrow. I tell you we will all be glad Lutrel Seminary, left Sunday to spend the sale of horses and mules. Miss drinking. They had tired on" their pis&c, cutting prices on all grades fully below regular value. will spend the holidays with Miss to see Mary. Mies Julia Stagg is visit- Christmas ut his home in Indiana. Wiltols near Shiplet's store. Shiplet, not to liam Smith, section foreman here, his Ella Tinsley, at Rarbourville. Miss Drue We don't intend to permit such a thing as a dull season to exist in be Intimidated, got his pistol and tired ing in Lebanon. wife nnd sister, Miss F.llle, left Sunday Marks has gone to New Albany to visit our establishment, but will depend on twice in the air, while tho parties were "Bargains to make Business." Tiik Richmond Register puts this nice for Uiriuingham to enjoy the holidays frieuds. Miss Florence Rail will start on tiring n few hundred yards up the road. prices will be marked on all Hues of goods and inTuesday for Rarbourville, to visit her Hundreds of cut Shiplet afterwards took a sack of corn piece of tally in our Christmas stocking, with Mrs. Smith's relatives. ducements such as have not been offered the people of Lincoln county J. l Gritlin was tried before Squire sister, Mrs. Dr. Ren Herndon. which is duly appreciated: We are in down to the mill and was there assisting As the time is near at hand for Mr. before. debted to Mr. K. C. Walton, of the Stan- U. R. Raker Inst Wednesday for in grinding it, when the party rode up. I'M Mitchell, near Altumont, Marrs to walk down and out of the Price walked up to .Shiplet, laying his ford l.NTKittou Joi'k.val, for a copy of the shooting Come early and get choice of values. the tight is on again with the hnnd upon his shoulder, asking, "What proceedings of tuu Young Men's Kdtyori-a- l about two weeks ago, and was required Association of Kentucky, held at How- to given $:00 bond for his appearance nt three applicants, Messrs. Battcrton, Van did you mean"" Shiplet put his baud In circuit court. Grilllu had been sum- Pelt and Dobyns. All claim that they on Price's shoulder and replied, "What ling Green on October 'Jo, L'O and did you mean''" Price drew his pistol appearance the booklet is a little darling, moned by Constable George Hnrusby to have n good showing for the place. It arid fired, the ball taking ell'ect in Ship-let'- but bow could it be otherwise, under the help nrrest Mitchell and a negro named will not he long till some one is appointbreast, who staggered a moment and guidance of its ablu executor, Mr. Wal- - Minuis, who had shot nnd robbed nn ed. I have uo doubt Mr. Marrs would fell, expiring In a snoit time, Price ur- - ton, w ho is secretary of the association, Italian peddler. Giilliu came to town have been very glad if the upiointuunt reudervd next day and was taken toSom-- ' occupying in the Young'Mon's Associa- - the next day and surrendered himself. had been made before the approach of orset. There has been a grudge bet ween "on tlie same, position bo auniirauiy uem The negro made his escape and the Ital- the holidays. I imagine it would be the the Shiplets and the McGraws, brother-- by his brother, Mr. W. P. Walton, in the ian, who was slightly wounded, is about beet time to try n new man. It's a great A. C. SINE. J.N. MENEFEE worry and more especially nt this time It is a well. to Price, who are in Mt. Vernon i Kentucky Kditorial Association. I dislike to see Mr. Marrs A nun named Macarumck, of Jack- - of the year. jail, charged with having murdered Tom singular coincidence, or a "coingulnr singleness," that brothers should hold sou coiintv. left home ou the 8th of this go out, for I never saw a man more nt- Collins, who was found dead by the road Dealers In side on Line creek some four months tbeso positions, made moro honorable iy month for thopurposeof coming to Lon- - tentive to his business nnd a more plena t gentleman with it since with u bullet tbtnugh his brain. their arduous duties. From peisonal don on business nnd told his familv he Shiplet, it is charged by the McGraws' knowledge the Y. M. K. A. has the right would return the same day and has nevBuc kiln's Arnica Salve Etc., friends, took a prominent part in ferret- man in the right place, as is evidenced er been seen or heard of since. Ho is The belt sKe in the world for cult, bruise., years old, light moustache, 0 ing out the slayers of Collins and it is by tho highly creditable proof of bis lit nbout A3J0X BDCXNTDS i orej, ulcetf, ia!.rhum, fevjr ore,,'tetter, chapfeet high and was riding a gray horse. ped hinJi, chilblain, corns and all Mt. crup thought this bad something to do toward uess for the position. Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, When last seen he was on his horse l!on and positively cures piles, or DO pay requir bringing on the above tragedy. Shiplet CHUnCHAFTAIRS. near the London depot on the evening cd, It is guaranteed to giie perfect satisfaction, leaves a wife and six children. Price is of the Sth inst. His brothers hale hunt- or money refunded, l'rice 95 cents per box. married and has three ohililrc.ii. Cedar and Locust Posts. sale by A R. l'ennv.JSuutord, Ky. Rev. Harvey (Muss will hold a pro- ed this ami the adjoining counties and - m We will carry n full stock of everything found in a Lumber Yard, A man calling himself Isaac (iasti-nntracted meeting nt Kingsville, beginning can neither hear of him nor the horse. A. C. SINE, Business Manager. Electric Bitters. just out of the Frankfort pen, is the last of this week. Tills remedy is becomini so well known and so As he is not a drinking man and was telling a wonderful yam to tlie LouisThree members of the faith cure so- never known to leave homo before, his popul.ir a to need no special mention All who ville people. He says he has killed ". ciety in Rrooklyn were sentenced to the frieuds think he has been foully dealt men and been to tlie pen twice. Says praise. A punr medicine does not exist and it is penitentiary for refusing to administer with. guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric lie killed John Douehue at Lancastei-m- 6 medicines to patients under their charge Hitters will cure nil diseases of thel.bcr und sentenced two years and was parLANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. on the ground that they would be vio will remove Pimples, lloils, Salt Itheuin and doned by Gov. Knott, after serving a other affections caused liy impure Mood Will lating tlie command of God. The paRub Farris has accepted a position time Malaria from, the tstcm and present as year. He says further that on Feb. KHli tients died. vtcllascurc all Malarial I'cvrrs. Foracurcof 1SS7, at a place in Lincoln county called as clerk at Miller's Hotel. Mrs. Rhoda Woodcock, of Danville, Headache, Constipation nnd Indigestion try ElecMalcom Perkins, the colored b.uber tric Hitlers Hntirt' satisfaction gnuranteed or Hold's mill, ClintTndd and llient Kvans, has picsented the congregation of the M. Price refunded two noted niooiiHhllieis, attacked him so well and favorably known to this monev l'cmn's drugstore 50c and i per bottle A. U. pis! K church nt this place witli a handsome community, died of consumption ThursHe slew both of them with his little The new service. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. tol, for which he got two years in tho silver communion - .1.8.. ,.!.. day evening at 9 o'clock. ..Ml! .!.... It uas just an ordinary .crap ot wrapping pa pen, which he has just served out, and Capt. T. W. Olds will sliortly open a ',",, '' U' rt table t, now desires to settledown and reform. ,0'.'u'- stock of ftunituro in connection with his per, but It saved her life. She v. as in the last of consumption, told by physicians that i "riiuiiiuiiuti siiiiriiiii'. Shoes, Goods, Groceries, we mistake not this is the man If uudi'rinking business and has rented the stages incurable ami could only Use a short she was m.nr' porter Wooden hilled a negro in a Held at work, rooms over R.illou & Gaines grocery pounds. On n piece of weighed less than 70 riie iii'V M. i. Miiyscr, in me store. wrapper papci she read of I)r Kinc's New Dis. I Inlilmii'u mill .1,1.1 irti twf v.t'it-- frrim Willowware, c. coery, and got a sample bottle; it helped her, she been holdii.iT a Stanford. It also strikes us that he was Methodist church, has Uncle Randall Rettus, w hose life has bought a large butt c it;hclpcd her more, bought rnv fa.t, continued its ueand and ..., ... iiiwiinrii ....'. nt ............ .i'ii.. inr hiv- innniim- been hanging by such n slender thread anotherstronggrew betterrosy plump weighing 140 at one time incarcerated in tlie Mt. Verhealthy, nnd he is gathering them in so fast that for the past month or more expiied Fri- is now fuller particulars send stamp to pounds. non Jail on a charge of lape, where he buulh Trial bottles of Cole, druggist, of the other churches have showed his gieat fondness for gambling. tlie pastors day morning at 4 o'clock, and thus pass- this wonderful discosrry tree at A. It Penny's Go there Next door to Portman House. him a letter asking him to Drugstore After losing all his money, pocket book addressed es out of existence a man whoso word call a halt. The writersdcclarothelr uns and other belongings in games w ith the was ns good us an oath, and whose revivals, and nsscit inmates of the jail, he staked his cloth- belief in Methodist of character remains unexcelled by people are influenced by excitement ing, which he lost. The clothing was that He always called black black any. of feeling and by persuasion. Tlie MethThe property occupied by A. K. Klkln, near the burned in the stove, piece by piece, un nnd white white. and other people of tho town genDanville toll gate Good hott.r, outhouses, orchtil he stood barefooted and without n odists c. Posin the churches nnd out of them, A drunken negro named Dock Jones ard, water, two acres ot good ground, thread. His fellow prisoners thought erally, session given at once. in arms against the signers of the vyent to tlie. barber shop of John Wester-HelM. F. KI.KIN 63 the man had nothing more to gamble are up white, Owensboro, and killed him mmmwmmmmmmmmmmm nway, when lie suggested staking a good letter. Ho was arrested, cents.! n.uldliiiL' with aboard au'iunst Tlie grand jury nt Washington has without provocation. R. B. took indicted Sileott for fmgery nnd grand lar- - but a mob took him from jail that night The game proceeded and Gastineau tree, in town. Ho wns and hung him to a his daily (loggings until court began, cenv. SUCCESSOR TO Mrs. Ryer, the wife of n millionaire j very mean negro and was nearly alwhen the Judge ordeied the jailer to buy THE HATTER, the man a suit of clothes so as to make nt San Francisco, sued for divorce and ways in some trouble. Tho Messenger M'MIOHAEL, him more presentable before his honor. nlliinony, accusing her husband of adul- tells the tale thus tersely: Westorlleld p. 511 4TH AVENUE, tery. Ho brought in a counter charge was shot at '.) r. M. Ho died at 10.-A woman gave birth to twins on a accusing her of the same olleiiso and at m. The mob attacked tho jail at 1:50 a. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Hying twin in Indiana, surprising her the trial both proved their allegations. m. Tho prisoner was secured at 2:l?o a. beyond measure. banging by tljo neck was fellow passengers The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Tho judge decided as both weie guilty, m. As predicted, Judge Rrewer was thoy weio not entitled to divorces and dead. Speedy justice, indeed. Stock of -m continued as Supreme Judge, tho oppo- reluseit to gram wicui. Gold-IIcatlc- cl Bogg'a Ohorry Cough Syrup when the vote sition fading like a mist Is giini splendid satisfaction to the tiode and Jftraos T. (Jott, Ctirml, 111., Sftys: came. positively mtrvelous, which can be Mid-winte- Mr. Squire Peyton hns for baIo n German violin. It 1b nbout !10 yearn old. Apply to him for price. Married, on the 18th inst., Miss Sal lie TomliiiBon and Mr. ItirTu Austin, of Ibis place. To this couple wo extend our heaitiest congratulations. All persons indebted to the linn of Weatherford it Cook, of Hustonville, will please call and settle their accounts bpfore or by the 1st of January. Mrs. A. I). IJeid and her class wish to extend to our Stanford neighbors their thanks for the kindness and courtesy shown us by them on the night of the 17th. We were nover treated better In our lives, ami to Mr. 'Jwaiii we will say that he will bo lemembered in our pra William Williams" ami Miss M. 0. Magee were married Thursday night, Rev. V. Iloreing olliciating, Five pheasants wero killed by the e Loudon hunters Saturday. Jack got two and crippled another. Tom Johnson has moved his sawmill from the Ping woods and is erecting it on Judge Jones lot nt tho depot. Fred Hugi lias finishuil the repairs on tlie Christlaichuich and it is now tlie neatest looking church outside in Mc-Ge- One of our Main street merchants will bo married in a few days. Will leave you to guess who it is. Tlie ladies of tlie Methodist church cleared nbout ?7." from the dinner, they gave county court day. They now have After closing a most successful Kail season and Ilolliday business, S:!00 in the treasury. The Proprietor of Some improvement is going on on Main nnd Second streets. Some one is putting up n new brick. It would be n great blessing if that locality would im prove in morals as well as in other mat. tere. -- John S. Kennv died Friday at his home near this place and was buried in has determined to add largely to the attractions in every department r and inaugurate at once a Great the cemetery at this place on Saturday morning. The deceased was n bachelor about SO years old ami leaves quite a sum of money. CUT-PRIC- E Tho Anaconda Club has issued invitations to their semicentennial celebraBeginning wc will make special sacrifices in all lines of goods, but tion, which will take placo Dee. L'7th at the Deaf and Dumb Institute. This most startling reductions in promises to be n brilliant and pleasant occasion. Kverything that an epicure Selling garments that were $6 at S3. 50, and Sio wraps at S5.75. In could wish will lie served atsupper. Covfact, reducing each garment m the house from 30 to 50 per cent, in ers will be laid for about 00. There will be an entertainment nt price, to close all within the month of January and prior to invoice. HTTMCTWNS EEYER CEMSE Powers' Groat Bargain Store SALE ! ' half-witte- d INDIES find CHILDEHX' WRflPS ' l. I Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Yei-se- post-olllc- e, '7. I s S. L. POWERS & CO., STANFOFD, TIT. 1 in-la- ! I SINE & MENEFEE, Laths, Shingles, HOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, "J GSiSLSH, DOORS PATENT WIHE AND SLAT FB1TCE, first-clas- s Kld-nej- JONESBROS., General Merchandise, Full Stock of Holiday Goods. Boots and Fancy Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, The only Store in Stanford that suits the Farmer; n I ' "'"'' '" ..- .....''. I time-sh- e Dry I and I true-nes- FOR RENT. d, '- -'. GEOGEGHAN, low Furs, New Mufflers, New Handkerchiefs. Umbrellas, At'-'ioOhe ! . ' I the sales are dollars doctor's bill for his paid thirty-on- e nccounted for in no other way, except that it is WQUOK HAD wifa in one year and one bottle 01 liradlicm re without doubt the best' on the market. Ask for DRUNKENNESS-TH- E good all IT-- In nil tho World thoro la hut ono mile Kegulalor did her morebeforo. than Dale, and be sure you get the genuine. Wc keep it. A. It. the medicine she had taken' euro, Dr. HalnoB1 Golden Spoclflo R, Penny, Druggist Write llradfleld Regulator I druggist, Carnii, HI. m It can bo girn in a cup of lea or coiTee without I' num u- - wrrj,-gi- st Co., Atlanta, la., lor particulars, A the knowledge of tho person taUmg It, effecting a A. K. Penny, Stunfurd. speedy and perm nent cure, whether the patient Is a good healthy, pearly skin. Few iro aware of the short time it takes for a disordered liier to i. a moderate drinker or un ulcoholic wreck. A Good Cough Syrup. blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin. Thousands of diunkiirds have been cured who There is nothing parents should be so careful cause hase token the Ooldcfi Specific In tlieir foffco about as selecting cough sjrup. Ileggi' Chtrry One bottle of Ut'OGS' III.OOD PURIFIER and believe they , will restore this organ to its without thtir knowledge, and Cough Syrup costs no more than tho cheap and in- lll.OOD MAKKR harmfti-effe- ct nnd cleanse the blood iiuit drinking of thi-i- r own fiee will. No ou the market. Tho best s natural and healthy state, ferior rottrums thrown of alt impurities. It is meeting with wonderful results from its administration. Cures guar- none too good, be sure aud get IIEOGS'CIIKRUV Penanteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. (COUGH SYRUP. Wekeepiton hand at all success. We guarantee every bottle. A. It. ' ny, Dnigjist. ,),rs in confidence OotniiN Sfxcinc Co., i8j imiggm. A. is. Cincinnati, O. , ime. lie Itil iv JL 9 CO'S. HATS Ever brought to the city of t.omsville, now open including the world-renown- ed What Fortuno KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & Fancy Goods of allKinds For the Holiday Trade. Andalsomy own importation of Knglish Mats and Caps. An elegant line ol Canes and Lyon's Celebrated Umbrellas ulways on hand. Fine SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, Gloves and other Furs, a specialty. Orders out' sldn of city solicited, perfect satlsfaclior guararj teed. Don't tail to order NOIIIlV HAT. i.) i SEVERANCE & SON. o,i . t UaceStrect, v ., -- tU4i-vr?- - ih. . ,. vi,t r ' it tAi, 'Jh&lLl&Jl!'!, - V 'J. fin Vif fitfuisfli'ilii ia. 3r .- - , tti'f '.'.. ', ,'JSLnUl a,- - ', S. ltlH. as, k. 2'' W- .. rrri ' J- - ,'ti & 7 ( o ' i'c 0 . 'k mrr- - V ill" 'A IT w performance. Without specifying individually the members of tho family, it is Congress has adjourned till Jan. 0. sufficient to 8y tlmt there wm nothing Shelliehl & Sons, paper makera, Al- done that was not well done, and that Htanford, Ky., December 24, 1883 bany, N. Y., have failed for $2,000,000. the performance was as plensant n one Thomas Clay McDowell has been as has been given at the Temple this bea- We confirmed Collector of tho Lexington son. W. P. WALTON. district. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Louis Cyr, fitly named tho Modern Samson, lifted 'i,W-- pounds at ManchesJ. W. Swope sold to Tom Woods 101 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ter, X. II. hogs, 250 lbs. weight at :U0. Iko Smith, an L. & N. brakeman wus T. S. Elkin, of Casey, bought of Jno. V. VAKhON Tor County Judge, THOMAS crushed to death by tho cars nt Lexing- Goodo n brood maro for $200. ' County Attorney, JOSEl'H 11, 1'AXTON; " County Clerk, CiEOKGK It. COOPEKj ton. He lived in Louisville. Johnson, of Boyle, bought in the Got everybody to everybody else ' Sheriff, J. N.MENT.t'KE; Mr. Randall is still too ill to take his West 'End, a of fat cnttlo nt !3 where Jailer. SAMUEL M.OWEN'S; hence we week seat in tho House nnd his recovery is yet cents. " Attetsor, K. D. K"ENNEl)V; A. T. Nunnclley bought of Chailey " Sup'tof Common Schools, W. K. tcC LAHY a matter of weeks, if not months. ' Survejor, HARRY A. EVAN'S; Christ's Episcopal church, tho hand- Spoonamore a lot of 2 and cat" Coroner, ARCH CAKSON. somest religious structure in Winches- tle at 2 cents. ter, caught lire Sunday and was badly A. T. Xunnclley has bought in the Among the bills presented in Congress damaged. of fat Walnut Flat section a Uxorcide is not considered much of hogs at 4. eta. tliis fession by Gov. McCreary are tho following: To establish a U. S. Lnntl an oflense in Indiana. A man 1ms just Macduff will stand at McGrathlaun two to close Stock of Court in New Mexico; to dispense with been sentenced there for two years only next season, Milt Young having bought cost Goods, we goods of soldiers mid for tho offense. the provision requiring him for 57,500. to close every bailors of the Mexican war or their wid$23,000 opern Paris is to have a new Catron it Tate, of Somerset, bought drti.iti.hli.nd n.nA firninlimi ows to bo 02 years of age before they house and n $75,000 safety and trust vault of Gentry Bros., of Boyle, 16 cotton mules Jtfp.a.rh i avp.ru can receive a pension; to imposo certain company, tho money for both having nt $83 and y of R. Mclnish, of Casey, at duties upon the department of labor; for been subscribed. $82.50. the relief of Mrs. Mary L. Scott, widow Morris J. Farris and A. G. Whitley Representative Thompson, of Iowa, of Lt. Scott; same for A. C. Robinson, introduced a bill in the House provid- sold to G. W. Evnns, of Lincoln, 00 yearexecutor of Jacob Robinson; same for ing aid for the colored people who desire ling steers nt $21 per head, average IKX) R. H. Gi vena' heirs; name for AV. T. to eipigrato to Africa. pounds. Danville Advocate. Saunders, administrator of Susan SaunThe Cecil Bros, sold to McCormack Eighteen yeurs ngo a Kansas City ders; same for administrator of II. L. man paid $:l,(00 for a lot and was laughed & Steading, of Missouri, their highlv-bre- d be no Lowest Carpenter; same for Arch Carson; same at. The other day he sold it for fV.1'2,- stallion, Grampion, for $2,500. wa nlYor for trustees town of Crab Orchard; samo 000, and now he is laughing. ., "U " About $20,000 worth of fine horse stock . J.. J ..J. '. I , toon, no yoous. new stocit. for G. V. Lvans, James M. Martin, of tho Eversole par- changed hands in Danville the tame new, James A. Fox, John Baughuian, W. G. Dunn, Gen. W. ty, which has been nt war for so many day. selections. choice, i J. Landrail), D. X. Williams, J. G. Car- years, in Perry county, with theFrenchs CO A goou crowd attended Lancaster. SCrVlCCaULC UJIU ItlCVpcttSCUC 10 OJ' CI 1.01)6(1, OUC W COIHmcm." ter and many others; also for granting lias been captured in Arkansas. court yesterday, but business was sub-an- y Give dive pjnsions to Adam Petry, James Phelps, dull i.. the stock line Xo cnttio It is said that a large hotel is to bo 11 be wise, give be drcat-XISicG. W. McClure, Martha A. Bibb, Carter established on the first platform of the GoidS, Anderson and others; the petitions of Eiffel Tower, with concert and Shoes, Susannah Smith, Ira Manley, W. J. and a restaurant open to the public. Caps, lis, t iyc. ton mules brought from $tw to sir,; jI 7i Owens, M. J. Harris, A. J. Settle and j The Laramie Land nnd Cattle Com- mules $125 to $175. JOW (IVC JJOUT UlSt OUlUCeS Oil if $ZUU Cz'fittA. Get numerous others asking increase of peti- pany, owning 7,000 acres of land, with Moses Knhn shipped 12,000 cattle VOSSlble tlllS ICCCh. tions. He also presented petitions of cattle and improvements valued at $125, from the ,, SSf.rP.pJ.. this season, of w hieh James Naylor and V. J. Owens to !,000 were shipped from this place. They 000, in Wyoming Territory, has assign the charge of dersertion from their ed. averaged $70 each, nnd aggregated $S40,- Win. Means, president of the late 000. They were the best he had over record. There is no man in Congress MISS IIOGLE who looks after the interests of his Metropolitan Bank of Cincinnati, wa8 shipped from tho State. Palis News. ' C f II.. !!.- f. - r l!J... t closer than Gov. McCreary acquitted in the U. S. court of wrecking rile Sale Of A. P. Van tie attT Was Schooli of Lincoln count Klccilnn Aiiiru.t. 1800. and he serves them faithfully without it; intentionally and so was DeCamp, on well attended, but bidding was slow ami i regard to politics or favor. I trial with him. most everything sold low. Tho farm was M. The Chicago Herald intimated that .!.i. i .:r... bit) could (, .Candidate or Clerk or the Covin of Appeal., The Somerset Reporter,- which seems John Culver, the Cronin juror who held liiiuni.i, us iiu(lSi..uiur u.lJct to the action of the Democratic party. to have assumed the role of censor for out against a verdict of death, had been be Obtained. Horses sold at $52 to $1IW; Klec.iou Aukum, i&k. HKADQUAKTKRSat- butcher cattle nt 2 and cows $17 to $20. this paper, says that it "rarely fails to bribed and that individual has entered Hay to be weighed brought 20 cents per strike a blow at the people who oppose suit for 2o,000. RENT. cwt. Farm implements sold low. the liquor traffic at every opportunity." Frank Hargy, the Chicago drummer, fViminiiislnnpr. C. Y. Wilson, of! WW. ........ ...... As that paper sometime ago admitted it who was shot on Monday last at Mt. A couple ol cie;ant roomt on Mrcet, Frankfort, says he has n limited tpinnti-- suitable lor offi.e millinery or i.ancatter bed. roomt was a lying sheet, it is hardly necessary Sterling, by It. K. Smith, a traveling ty of White Burley, Blue and Yellow W.O WM.CII. f to notice this prevarication, but for fear salesman for a Louisville firm, died from Pryor tobacco seed for the free distribusome wayfaring man or n fool may be the effects of his wound. tion to farmers only, for their own use. ! led into error thereby, we will state our The government has seized the Fres- Samples of these seeds have been thor1 have the largest stock of sympathies are always with temperance no, Cal., Vineyard Co.'s proDerty, which oughly tested nnd all sprouted well. people and for any sensible effort to cur- amounts to half a million dollars, on the IluildiiiK LotH tail the evils of the liquor trailic, but we charge that it has been more selling Farmers wishing these seed will please In the corporate limit of Kowland. make application as soon as possible, have no patience with hypocrites wheth- brandy than accountea for. giving postofiice address. II J. DAKST, Kowland. call themselves prohibitionists or er they dipt. Freeman nnd F. R. Colton, of In town, consisting of ussume any other cranky or impractica- San Francisco, while inspectipg the hold FOR SALE OR ble dogma. Ib the thick caput of the of the British ship Durham, were asphx-iateFUR FADS. critical censor capable of catching on to bv the accumulated gas ami died Tho new sealskin capes haro triple A DESIRABLE HOUSE AND LOT the difference between opposing cranky soon after they were taken out. folds of the fur and a turned down ideas and advocating sensible methods On I.ancaitcr mrcet in Stanford, vtith l roomt Five children were burned to death and kitchen, now occupied by W. II. Miller. that experience has taught are the only and 11 others seriously injured at the collar. The new dolmans, whether of plush, l'oei(ion eivt-- Jan. I Apply to practical ones for dealing with an ac- Tilden public school in Detroit. They .mm. i J. DAII.r.V velvet or seal, have very long, square knowledged evil ? were rehearsing for a school entertainends in front, but nro quite short nt the when the gauzy costumes took fire. 'The Congressional committee appoint mentAnthony Jefferson, a colurod tough, back. Both beaver and otter will be largely ed to investigate the Silcott defalcation was fatally shot at Bloomfield on Satur- used as trimmings, as well as in capes My Now House on Main St., finds that the government is better able t. and the long flat boas that will again be Stanford, Ky. For termt apply to Mr. V, II. by Town Marshal Henry to lose the amounts than .the Congress- day night ilicsint, Stanford, or to me at Danville, Ky. The negro was trying to prevent a worn this winter. LOTTIE N. HOLMES. 3 mid Variety. men and have accordingly suggested that Carmelite gray looks well when trimcompanion's arrest and had attacked the everybody and everything be reimbursI have all the latest Games and Mocks for children; Toy and Exmed with natural astrakhan, and almost WALLACE E. VARNON, officer. ed. Judge Holmau, the honest old press Wagons from ioc to S3. 50 Don't forget that my stock of JewAn open switch nt Orange Grove, as well when the fur is dyed black. Hats Attorney at Law, and another member make a and muffs are made to match the fur on elry and Silverware is large and consists of everythingin the line. A X. train. Charles the dress, and even bonnets have a little minority report against the government La., wrecked nn L. Kentucky. Come and see my stock and be convinced that all your Holiday Pierce, the engineer, was instantly killed of it introduced in order to bring them Stanford, footing the bill. The majority report is wants are here and at bottom prices. Will practice in all the court of lhi and adjoin-nnnd Jim Washington, fireman, was fatal into harmony with the costume. very much like n salary grab, but is nothcountiet and in the courtt of appeal Johnson Office over McKobcrii &. SUBK drug (tore. Dresses are to bo much trimmed with ing more than might have been' expect- ly injured. Brakeman Charles Astrakhan this winter, whether in it ed of men pecuniarily interested in the was seriously hurt. Middlesboro is to have another bank, natural tint of gray or in black. Bands result of their investigations, though it C. Alford, of Lexington, presi of the fur aro introduced ujon the skirts, seems to bo a great stretch of the con- with M. I lt'.tcl D. K and others of less width trim tho bodices. trr, offer fora rent my Maton in the town of I,.i icat 8 dent, A. A. Arthur, Uoux-knew containing the science to report as they did. The latter aro often scarcely more than n roomt ii kitchen and other oulliinlilir. Frazee, cashier, W. J. Kinnaird, teller. and immedittx hem or border, though tho collar is al- Said hotel adjoint the ly upoite ll'e new brick livery ttahln of Walker Se.vatok Gokman, of Maryland, claims It will have u capital of 5100,000, and will ways wide and protective. Only one other hotel in :l.o to n :m J a K Doty. ho has been cured of neuralgia by bo called the Firht National. 'that Termt Sealskin coats are made in tho smoking i good opening lor the rlijht man M.nj.-- , rcatona- ,ni i. j Charles Slielnr, his wife and three jacket shape, which has proved so popu- Die following the advice of an old woman to Lancaster, Ky wear a nutmeg to a string mound his children were found dead at their homo lar. On a fine dny they can be worn neck nnd placed so as to rest directly up- in Xlles, O., with their throats cut. It is thrown open, nnd on n cold one they nro ! on his breastbone. Tho Senator finds it supposed that Slielnr, who had been fastened in a moment across the chest, quite dilllcnltto keep it in place, but the drinking heavily, butchered his wife and where the fur is then double. Othersnre A Blouse INlong enough to reach to tho hem of tho ladies, or rather most of them, are better children and then committed suicide. OnSomenel ttreit, at pretent occupied by Mr dress, but the3 nre only appropriate to O It Cooper. A ery Ueira le place and can be Prof. Carmichael, superintendent of formed thereabouts for keeping the nutmidwinter, nni even then are too heavy obtained at a h.irpain Addrett or all on W It. A.S'DKRSON. Harper, Kantas, meg in position, and to them we recom- n public school at Lowland, O., was de- foi walking in. Hatter and Furrier. Or 1'. M. McKOItKRfS, Stanford. Ky. tected sending obscene letters to his pumend tho remedy. pils, nnd ordered to leave the country W m. ?T " ''"' L.VT on the journey of within 24 hours. A coat of tar and Another mile-po2TotioG I life is ubout to be passed, which causes us feathers ought to have gone with him a?, All persons having claimt ujaintt the citito'of to note the rapid ilight of time. ''Christ- such clothing would become the carcass I.. S. Withers, deed , will preient them to me or again of such a blackguard. mas, 1SSD," is already insight and my agent, properly proven, on or before January Mrs J ILIA A WIIIIKKS. 1,1890. would wo return our thanks to a liberal A wind and rain storm did much AND- W K McCLAKV, Ageut. 8a public for increased favors and wish each damage in Pincville Sunday morning. and every one of our patrons a joyous Several dwellings and business housWOOD Two brothes were blown down. and happy season of good cheer. -who were ers, Grant and James North, Speaker Rked is a vindictivo animal. sleeping in n store, were tho only per I In making up his committees he left sons injured, though several had nnnow Fourth Avenue, 513 Representative Cheadle, of Illinois, en- escapes, houses being blown from over tirely out, because he led tho bolt which their heads. The loss is heavy. Louisville,- - '- resulted in tho election of Chaplain To Rocluco Thorn. Tho New York World has obtained C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Mr. Cheadle will have plenty of from the treasurer of each State tho value spare time, wliieklio Van put in worry- of property as assessed for taxation which Well Drillers & Puinp Adjusters, The Shorten and Quickest ing the man who Bimbbcd him. sIiowh nn increase of tnxablo property of bTAN'I'ORD, KV. Junction City to New Orleans. million and in actual "Hell hath no fury like n woman of $18,002,000,000 increase 1880. Thowealth Fntlre traint.'bagKaire car, day couches and Pmnpt furnished at order drilled since total fictory pricei. to lecpirt run through without change. 30 scorned." This was terribly evinced at Milton, W. Vn., Saturday, when Jennie wealth is $ii,4.(),000,000, exclusive of The Shorten and Quickest Taylor throw boiling water into tho face public property, and $:;,O!W,0OO,O0O proj ! Junction City to Jacksonville, Fla. of George Wooler, puttingout both his orty invested and owned abroad. The cnlf line running through traintand ileepeyes, because, sue alleged, he ruined and i&. l :f. right to tell the Knrcka Quilting em. Hays of tlio Shortest linn to Chattanooga, Tenn., l'ort I'ayne then refused to comply with his promise The the Hat liouRht wlio nppenr hero on tho niht Attachment In Lincoln, flnrrnrd and lloyle Ala., Meridian .Mm.. Vicksburg, .Mitt., bhrrvc. to marry her. K no Willi;, I'cun . Atlanta (Ja.Augut-twell m.iletof It of tlio, Utith: whatever formation machines;workt eiiutly timet on nilwoik in a kewlnjr port. La. Annitton Ala., Ilirmingham, Ala. .111J "In d.iy of the ta. will do ten any othir manner of culltmc: in fact it it one of Mobile, Ala. The London Kclio candidly admits tho members of the company nppenred Direct connections at New Orleans and Shrese-por- t Ktiattat lahoriavtM eer offered to the female forTexat Meucoand California' 77 that in order to secure its support tho whether as full orchestra, hrnHS band, cx He will call to ee you in a few dayt Pullman lloudoir Sltepcru on all through train. candidate must pay 2.50 for his an- vocal or instrumental ijunrtutH, or solos Over one million acrct of land In Aliimm . ..it.. Untui patted climate, Jrct to Is Receiving His nouncement That's cheap enough, to tlioy ovidonced thorough mastery of tho or r.itet, maps.MC . addrett " W. 11. COX, Agent, Junction City. Kv be sure. divine art, and their selections, invaria. .....1.... .1 Lit... Lily .. vr . . THANK W. WOOI.EV, Tray. I'ast. Ag icimu, keen on nanu a .vn. wuaitiv uiyour my yard. Leave order at Henry'Grady, the brilliant editor of bly well rendered, were not only enthu- ml Nu1C0.1l I..(!.r.ii'kRi?i,;Kv' will he attend j.c.r.AU.r, siastically applauded, but encores were Yard or S. S. .Myera toro ami tney IIGGINS. tne Atlanta, Constitution, in said to be Oenl. .Manager, Gen. I'ast. A '1 kt. Agt., J. u. ed to proin)i illy. Slacford, Ky, Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Givo him a Trial bo frequent as to materially lengthen the Cincinnati O. uying. 03 Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal NEWS CONDENSED. MUTT & have wade a Big Hit in the selection of OUR HOLIDAY GOODS Our prices HIT the buyer this season. just what car-loa-d wants present it tickles hin; HIT last with. the Biggest Business Ever Done in a Stanford House. Having bat car-loa- d days in which a Tremendous Holiday have lost sight value, and profit and marted all bought for the holiday trade at prices that ea.nnot fail article. merchant in Stanford, was ,.,!. on account of the awful weather, which occasioned dull "trade with main. Such was not the case with the eTHE LOUI&VILLE STORED --7. ball-room- s Blue-gras- s Prices Rule. There can such thing as "dull trade." Throughout oar entire establishment in even denartm'enl hwh.. "" unr uuneuse ". une snows that experience clean Here you'll Jind something and the nicest taste made the ur llV ajrieiKl the useful, morate the approaching happy holiday season. the the lasting and yon' staiitial, wisdom will V "onmalie your section fnmcrDry Clothing, Carpets, Matting, run aHats, I the as wany tichets as Stanford. m. SAX.IKTG3ER, MAMGER. .!, where S. s- - , J J KATE .......!. F. Ilrinklcv Santa Claus, Santa Claus, Santa Claus DRUG STORE. - ' FOR 1 .... W. B. McROBERTS' jj-t- For Sale Twenty Kfi FLUSH GOODS Dolls Doll Buggies, a Large d RENT. E6-- lf cgFOR SAT.TC.3 Stin-ne- Brush and Comb Sets from $1.50 upwards, Photo and Autograph Albums in every style & shape. My Holiday Book line is large and well selected, to suit all ages and sexes. n, --- --- g ForRoat Hotel. , court-hom- t, We Aro e 84-- tf FOR SAL33 OVERSTOCKED - nriclc and Lot, st f WALLAGE, -- 11 Men's Outfitter WILL CUT PRICES Kentucky. Mil-bur- n. BRUCE & McROBERTS. -- Wt-ll- i Quilting Attachment Courier-Journa- si:m:s - H.6.RUPLEYf-e- covin-tic- s. a, Attention, Coal Kurners. 1 mHMmn . 1 1 1 111 FALL AND WINTER GOODS. fc tttttf :i X r ' i , j: " J 4 "" VVSK .. Sf- - T i mtV . -- '. -- ? ' rZrT Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1 Countiiy Sondiw.M AtT. & It. Walton's. "it ' r Stakford.JCy., Deckmher 24, 1880 B. O. WALTON, MEANS lit-- Skk 8. L. Powers Christmns goods. Co.' display o in"Hnory nt coai' Call nnd securo n bargain. Mrs. Knto Duddernr. B0" bub. ManaKer BUSINESS. Your Xmiin Trix from A. U. Penny. PERSONAL POINTS. Mist .Mit. Fannie .Shanks and Mich. is lioinu from vis- Daughters College. John Hkniiii:n are iting relatives in Marlon. MlM LllVIK I.V.N.V is Visiting nlo Conhy itt OwiMitfboro. Mm. S. O. Tiu'khkaiit, of Mlllcrni)urg, is with iiur brother, Mr. S. S. Myers. Mk. It. IIi'iinktt, of Winchester, bus been visiting Mr.nnil Mrs. J. P. Davis. MlMMAO'llKTCCKKK is Spending tllfl holidays with her parents in thu West MirS Jcil- Km). Wk nre evidently going to have a green Guns, n.nmunition and loaded shells Christmas, but we hope n fat graveyard cheap ntT. Metcalfe. does not necessarily follow. Toys of every description at A. A. "Only n Farmer's Daughter" will Warren's Model Grocery. likely bo tho nttraction nt Walton's OpeDon't fail to see the McGibenys at ra House next Saturday night, 2Sth. Walton'H Opera House, the L'Oth. Tiikiii; were several very good features I A New Hack fur the Lancaster Hue in the performance of Metcnlf k Roach's has been put on by A. T. Nunnelley. It minstrels which played here Saturday night. is a daisy. i Miis. Ciko. H. McKinnkv postponed Okanoks, CocoauutH, Candies Nuts, Itaisins, Figs, Oysters, Crackers, Ac, at her salo of household goods to next Saturday at '2 o'clock. A good many useful A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. articles will bo ollered. Fifty doen embroideried and hemOrit correspondents will please note stitched handkerchiefs just received for that we will issue as usual Friday and & Son. holidav trade. Severance oblige us by sending in their letters as Tin: last day for holiday goods. early and as promptly as possible. have yet n good line, Now they must Lincoln lodgc, No. (M), F. k A. M., W. II. Mcltob- go nt reduced prices, will meet at 2:1(0 r. t., Friday, Dec. 27th, erts. 18811, for the purpose of electing officers Foi'Nii. A pnir of gold rimmed spec- for tho ensuing year. A full attendance tacles. Owner can get them by paying is desired. By order of the lodge. A. for this advertisement. Apply at this A. Warren, Secy. iii in th Gibson, nt tho residence of Mr. Jas. Gibson, Dec. 10. Win. M. Good), of Lincoln county, nnd Miss Bessie, daughter of Samuel Acton, nt tho residence of the bride's father, Dec. 18. The Register tells of n novel wedding which occurred there last week. T. P. Dorsoy, of Fletningsburg, and Miss Minnie Risk, of Madison, both deaf mutes, were married by Prof. G. T. Schoolfield, himself also a deaf mute, Having sold my stock Prof. W. K. Argo, superintendent of tho for sale privately my D. nnd I). Asylum, Danville, interpreting ,tbo ceremony to tho nudience. At the conclusion of the ceremony a kiss by tho happy groom provoked n ripple of laughter from tho assemblage, which seemed a happy termination to an already enjoyable event. well-placed s. of groceries, to be invoiced Dec. 26th, , NOTICE I offer Lot Containing to Acres are-nearl- NEW AIiVKI.TI9VME.VTS 1 On Main street. On it are a splendid stable and corn crib, which new, as is also the fencing. The creek runs through the lot. y Esttm 'nqlisri, F20.K"5J 51 Acres of Land, y otllco. Mirsks Moi.uk FiiKainl Annie White, of Itichiuoml, were guests of Miss Annie llnle. M. S. Caiikix Dknnv, of Ijincaster, spent S'unday with his nistor, Mr. J. S. 1 locker. Mr-HIUS. Wll.UK AMI IlllKIIKItT PlIlfK, of Danville, are visiting their mint, Mrs. J. K. Karris. Mil. W. M. I.ackkv retiirniMl from a visit, yostenlay, to bis son, S. C. nt Gallatin. A. L. Ada mm, of Somcrt-et- , lias been visiting his brotbern, J. V. ami Josh Ad-nms- F this county. Dknnv L.ukky, who is atteinlin the Military College at Knoxville, is visiting Tom ami (Jabo Ijickey. Mil. J. A. IIai.heua.v, of Ixmisvillv, passed up yesterday to speml Christmas with the old folks nt home. Puor. Juib Dknnv is resting this week from the labors of the sehoobroom Ht his father's in the country. Du. ani Mits. W. It. Pknnv have gonu to housekeeping in one of Mrs. Woody Main's houses on lower Main. Puor. J. F. Walton and niece, Miss Jennie Walton, of Danville, were up Sunday to nee their relatives and others. Miftr.sSi'K OomiKv nnd Kmma Ash arrived from llloointlcld yesterday to the festive season at I lev. T. J. (Jodbey's. The supoi'ttion that Tom Hughes, who went to Hot Spring for his rheumatism, was deail proven untrue. Ho is allVo and improving. Hkv. J. M. IlnrcK and wife arrived yesterday to vMt Mrs. Tyree. Mr. Jiruce's broken arm is so far improved as to render the use of a Bling unnecessary. Wn.i. Shanks and Will Cruig, of Centre Collect, and Jesse Weaken, Wfll Ijickey and Jot; Jones, of Central University, Itichmond, are at home for the holidays. To Tint regret of a host of admirers, Misses Ida and Lizzie Twidwell returned to Hustonvllle Sunday. They are very elegant young ladies and will be greatly missed in the social circle. O. L. ani T. L. Jonks, of Centnd 1'ni- versity, are spending the holidays at home. Their brother who injured his eye Is getting along well and there is a poxsible chance of saving the sight. Mil. Matt Woodson, of the Cumberland Valley Hranch, is here to take Mr. J. F. Mudd's place for a few days. Ho is the most enthusiastic beMovcr in great future, we have seen. board. A. A. WArren. Sec'y. Mn. W. G. Citi'sii, the courteous and Tin: contractors, Ituuev V Allen, have handsome traveling passenger agent of Route, was here in tint inter-eo- i completed tho residence of Mr. T.J. Fos the Motion Mr. W. It. ler on lower .Main ami it is uito a oi hU road. Friday. is local agent and is prepared to hamNome, large and convenient one. It hell you tickets to every point over that was built ijuicker than any limine, ever put up iu this bcctiou iu the winter splendid line. TiiKiu:aru two happy young ladies time, owing to the remarkable weather. here at least Miss Annie Alcorn, who No time was lot and it took just oS days to complete the job. lias a beautiful pair of diamond just presented by her mother, and MUh It begins to look like the Opera House Hessie Held, who wears a splendid will not be able to hold the crowd that liiiKi. tlic gift of her uncle, Mr. Jno. will go to see the McUibeny Family on Shelton Hays. Thursday night. Thu entertainment is Car-rar's ts cur-Hun- A James Green and a grandson miles from Stanford, on the Crab Orchard pike, Small About Thu first of January is drawing near Hof Mr. Jefi'Popperwell, of Somerset, was and I iusis', that all of my customers fahouse and good water on it. Nearly all in grass. bitten by a mad dog Saturday and a man Sncui AmxTion 0ms to Twining or TtACMts. vor mu with an early settlement. II. C. D1PL.07VIKS. was at once dispatched here for the Ilnpley. athing and tuition (or each term of tenty mad stone owned by Mr. I'wis Dudder- Hoard, about 75. Mnl term cpem laM luetaay vccki in Augutt. For particular address, Out cloaks are going very fast since nr and which has worked well in similar Milton Elliott, Principal. KisntviLir, r.y we put them down at cost, so call utonce cases. before our sizes are broken too much. REPORT OK THE CONDI! ION OF THE Sr.viiAY capped tho climax of beautiOwsley A; Craig. ful weather. It was as wniin as springHkmk.miikii, we will sell you n cloak time and not a cloud was to be seen. just at wholesale rices, so if you want Grecly's cold wave, due to arrive SaturTo Hoard o( Directors lo purchase call at once as we begin to day morning, got switched oil' and failed The buildings, lot to materialize, though wo got a little of originally $27,500 was bought byand riant costing move next week. Owsley Sc Craig. the present company at $i,joo. The old machinery was lorn out the tail end yesterday morning. and I tie best new roller machinery put in; the Tm:"Merrie Kid Club" will hold its whole buildings renosalcd; tliecleMtor was regular meeting Friday The Stanford Holler Mills presents a strengthened andweie covered with sheet iron all at a cost of Jl,1,iS7 31 maVing the cost ol the mill to evening, and Miss Kate Hail's country handsome showing iu another column. the company fay, 857. .11. The capital stock of the home will lie the bceiio of the merri- In 2 years, months and 14 days the company, when it began operation July ;th. 1657. was but fi.Soo, so that it began with a debt of profits were $ll,oS5.7S, out of which n ment. The condition of the Mill on the Jist of Dec. 18B0 after careful examination, may be thus portion of the debt has been paid oil ami summarized. Tiikiik is to he n regular jostling up of LIABILITIES the clerks in tho various stores Jan. 1st, two S per cent, dividends, leaving an unThose needing such things would do well to, call on To stockholders f 19,800 00 it is probable that a number of our divided amount of ;2,:!(0.-l7and To indebtedness for wheat, Ac o.34t 40 l seek other fields clever young DuoiTKii Dead. James McMullins, ai l4o,Ms 40 for fortunes. colored man about 50 years of of age, fell Stanford; Ky.RESOURCES. dead at J. 11. Collier's stable, near High-- 1 I will be in Stanford January 1st to l.'intl. Sntiirilnsv .fititro M t; Tl.iatin Mill and plant 5e57 3 " J practice my profession dentistry. My 9,173 4 My customers will please make arrangements to settle up promptDue from customers, Arc m.jo 6. ly, as I will leave Stanford olllce will be over W. R. MeRoberts' heh'. an impiest when Dr. Mullins said w..eot. rt;)ur. &c.. on hand within about 20 days. 1.7C8 03 Cash store. A portion of your patronage is that death had resulted from heart and the jury found accordingly. jo,m6 18 asked. A. S. Price. Its resources thus escecd its liabilities f 10,001 78 Tin: mild weather is showing on vege. Twklvk months ago this blessed Christ- It paid a dividend of 8 per ct. Jan. i '89 i,5$4 00 tatiou. Mr. John S. Hays brought iu a mas day the writer underwent the horriTotal profits in y'ri, j mos, 14 days (11,585 78 japonicn sprig taken from the lawn of ble experience of having bis broken Mr. John M. Reid, which is full of blos- thigh bone reset and the limb placed in These earnings bavc been disposed of u lollowi: Is From y f 6057 soms ready to burst forth in full beauty. 1'laster of Paris. We are nearly all right Debt on Mill paid off 1,584 00 now, though, thank Uod, nnd are will- Dividend of E per cent. Jan. 1, 1E89 1,584 00 Wiiilk bunting a few days ago six stray ing to enjoy the season with the best of Disidendof 8 per cent. Dec. ai, 1889... J,j6o 47 Undivided profits from Mr. H. C. Ruptcy'tt gnu took cm. shot $ii,55 78 ellect in Andy Cowan's face, leg and Tub job of digging up the Cntnlpa W G. WELCH. Pre. arm. They merely penetrated tho skin, trecBin front of tho Collego and loweiing December , 1889 J S. MOCKKR, Sec but they say Andy thought that his las and replacing the sidewalk I1119 been duv had dawned. completed by Contractor Ramsey nnd You are invited to call and examine our where To tiik V.1IKL.". All the girls from o to the change is a very decided improveCollege girls can now wend The s ment. li years old who do not rounder & of Miss Mary Myers, too large to play with their dolls, their way thither without being made House Lot lKiX'iinkled, nnd Now occupied by Mr. O. N. Ilradley, is for rent are respectfully invited to a doll party at for the year 1890. Possession given January nt. my store from o'clock lo . Friday evenA. D. ROOV, Stanford Ky. 84 am ing, '27. Mrs. Kate Duddernr. The Louisville papers speak in the highest terms of the wonderfully gifted Tiik resilience now occupied by Judge musical family, tho McGibenys, who Consisting of Varnon has been rented by John II. gave four perlormunces in the city last Craig to Mr. Thomas W. Stone, of Capital to Build Houses to Rent. week to large audiences. They will be who will move to it about January for few A permanent us next Thursday night, when lovers of ample security. investment this aoffice. years, with Inquire at 1. Mr. toneand family will be a worthy music limy expect a treat. Though the addition to our population and as such attraction is an expensivo one tho pri3. O. DAVIS, will be welcomed. Of all kinds, Toilet Cases and ces will remain thu same. Secure your PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, An election of a bonrd oi directors of ticket nt once. MT. VJflRNOX, Jv V. the Lincoln County Iluilding ami SavMam dogs are abroad in the Imd. A ings Association for the year 1.V.K) will he Office next door to Whitehead's Drue Store. week ago Mr. and Mrs. Tinsley Spoona-morAlso a handsome assortment of held at the ollice of tho secretary on Sat Special attention given to diseases ol children were bitten and Miss Kmily 2 urday, Dec. I'S, 1SS!, between the hours had her dress torn by a rabid m. and tt p. m. Uy order of the of II brute. Tho couple went at once to Mr. . - A son of i (Icical O ,o a& 30utncJ iii Stanford Holler Mills i semi-monthl- y "i A Columbus Buggy, nearly new; Splendid Folding Bed; Marble Top Wash Stand, with Large Mirror; several Rocking Chairs; Carpet; Curtains; Coal Vase; Wash Stand Set, &c. 1 W.OJ7-3I- . . inen-'wil- T. H. W-AXTOI- - ... -- I tlb-eas- e The BET Place to iday Presents Buy Your Hol- A. K PENNY! stock, FOR HEISTT. them-sehe- bow-legge- d knock-knee- d. You Will Find Beautiful & 1 Wanted. Useful Presents; Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry and Silverware NOVELTIES IK GREAT YjffilETY. e Dud-tler- 77-- J s sol-tai- re Lewis Dutlderar's and applied his mad stone anil it is hoped they will Biillcr no ill consequences from the bito. Yesterday Stephen Field, wiio lives on the Welch place, near town, heard a dog after his stock at an early hour anil going out succeeded iu killing it. It had every appearance of being mad and as it bad been lighting with Mr. Held s dogs it is feared that they too will be attacked. The safest plan, therefore, is to dispatcli them also. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. HARRY A. EVANs, CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL STANFORD, KY Books, Albums, Writing Desks, &c. Prices Lower than Ever Before. j Engineering all branches. and Surveying in! The Great Remedies ! Established 1S25. FOB. liTSTTaAWCE I On Dwellings, Household furniture, Stores, Merchandise, .Vc, apply lo the old I Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. I KKK.'l" SPECIFIC cures all blood diseases, such asScrolula. Ulcers, l'imnles. Ulcerated Throat White Swelling, Syphilitic diseases in all its stages, Necrosis. Ac. l'nce $i per bottle. HAVIS IRON lil'l'l LRS is the most tdeasaut 10 Hike ol all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia it gives a kern appetite, enriches the bluod, regulates the lis er and nnpirts new energy to the muscles and nersoui system. Price Si per bottle O.V I'LIl'K'b WORM SVRUP is made of the best worm killers nnd expellers known to the medical profession and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant to take, safe anil reliable. Price 95 pir boitle. CATLIFF'S MAONKTIC PILLS tor all Liver Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, .Vc. Acts as cathartic. Price as cents per boi. Manufactured and lor sale to the trade hy the ,ifc r a clean and novel musical one, to CITY AND VICINITY. which saint and sinner alike can go withTub McGibenys, Dec. LV.th. out fear of contamination. You had better be wise and securo a reserved scat at PiLtci.Ki) pigs' feet for sale at M. F. W. R. MeRoberts' di ug More, if you want to be certain of a place to sit. -Nuw Stock Hamilton steel plows at e Tin: Paint Lick, tiarrard county, iS: McKinney's. Higgins threatens to ruptuio the republicFinest New Orleans Molasses at A. A. an party in Kentucky. Cols. Rradley " and Collier are sticking to their incumWarren's Model Grocery. bent, Woolfork, and Col. Faulkner is Don't fail to hco A. A. Warren's dis- working for Wood. It is rumored that play of Holiday Goods. Ho has a large, Col. Rradley has been wired to como on varied and beautiful assortment. Tho colonel desires, it is stated to succeed the late Col. Goodlooon tho NationFou Hunt. Tho hdtisa formerly occuTimes' Washington cor. al Committee. pied by Mrs. Curtis Watts for thu. year 181K), and tho houso now occupied by Tub "Gleaners for tho Kingdom," an Mr. William Geer, after Fob. I. Apply organization composed of the prettiest " young ladies of tho Presbyterian church, to J. II. Higgins. whoso object is to educate a Japanese, Tiiuladiewof tho Methodist .Sunday for tho ministry, realized about $50 out school will give tho scholars a treat at of their bazar and supper, which proved tho residence of Hev. T. J. Godboy this n very pleasant occasion to all who pat. All the afternoon from 2 to liliO. ronized them. The articles on salo were the school and its friends are invited. the handiwork of the young maidens and Tiik postolllco tight remains in tlntu many of them displayed a great deal of skill, patience and .ingenuity. A numryiio witli both applicants conildent of is not uxactly our fight, ber of articles left unsold are on exhibiIt victory. though the result is of as much impor- tion tit tho postoflice, whero they can bo tance to us as any man in Stanford and bud of one or another of tho fair saleswo sincerely hope tho best man will win. men till all aro disposed of. post-ollic- George Lay and Miss Mollie Morgan whether tire ensues or not. OKO. H IIRL'CK, Agent. ,7 were married at Richards' school-hous- e on tho '22. 'NURSERIES Samuel L. Doss, aged '20, and Miss BLUE-GRA- SS Mary IJ. Murphy, aged 15, were married A full MocW of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, nt Thomas Mason's near Mt. Salem yes drape Vines, Small Fruits, Asparasus, Shrubs, m I.ichtning clauses attached and dama;es paid WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Williamsburg, Ky. SEW FURNITURE STOREl MAOT H1C7FFM AKo liPBOT. rvjLW ' terday. yestenlny to marry .Miss .Sarah Elizabeth Hutchison. Tliu ceremony will occur ut Lancaster to-da- M.. v.. ... fnr1... ..... fi V ....,.. y nl.tnt.,.!.! K,....c. "' and evcrytlutiK (or the nrch.ini and garden. We employ no agents but sell direct ut lew prkes to the nl.intcr. Personal inspection oi our immense Dptcriptlon catulvKue with valua. ble suggestions on application 11 K IIIl.i.KNMEYKR, Lexington, Ky. 7l-- iii Dan Sims anil Mm. Narcissa McMullins, were united in ,niarriano nt Kinps villo .Sunday. Mrs. McMullins secured a divorce f 0111 her llrst husband at the last term of court on the grounds of Abandonment. Three minutes after tho judge had granted William Miller a divorce from his wife, Sallie, at Shclbyville, Ind., he obtained license to marry Sallie Kincaid and they were immediately made one to remain so at the pleasure of the courts. Invitations Iiavo been receivod to the marriage of Kev. Bourbon A. Dawes to Miss Mattio J. Smith, at Fork Church, Garrard, on Now Year's day. Mr. Dawes is n graduate of tho Southern Thcologic-n- l Souiinnry'nnd a young preacher of 1 f Stockholders' fleeting'. Smmtmkl&iliil JAi'SsBi iM3b. ' of thp National , meeting of the lt.icil. of Ilustonsille will be held at their banking house in Ilustonllle on the second Tuesday in January, 1890, for th purpose ol electing nine di ear. rectors to sene thu 8 J. W. llOCK PR, Cashier. xwtF25WWsPy-fr-Mj- t. yfis&SmVik. Stockholders' Meeting. A meeting of the stockholders of tho First National Itank will be held at their hanking house in Stantord on thn second Tuesday in January, 1890, forthe purpose of electing clesen directors 10 servo tho ensuing year 84 JOHN J. McKOIIKRTS, Cashier Stockholders' Meeting. Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in tho cities. Give me a trial and you will be con vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. much promise. These marriage announcements appear iii tho Somerset Heporten John S. Sims, of Lincoln county, and Miss .Mar A meeting of the tockholders of the Lincoln National Hank will be held at their banking house in Manford on the second Tuesday in January, 1800, lor the purpose of electing elcs en director to serve the ensuing year. Jtook Keeping, Short Hand, Telegraphy. Jte 84 J. H. OWSI.EV, Cashier. Write Ur Catalogue un4 full information. BRYANT & STRATTON Business College CW!I I CT bUUlO V ILssUbf IV I J W M .iH f S; t lX23SikmSSrSSX iU . . . . i.yJrLu'Crl"3);-7ir- r r ., A fonnilffafrrWi 1 ' 11 .s.3Jjfsas.i-.A- L n.. 5 W J!W Semi-Week- ly ?r(gSxlF?Jr$A,$-'- : irrfl?"Tr',,'?fe"l1'pn!r'''i'S' wr:to "Dare tl I should Bay 1 6ro Yon can't blu3 ma in that way, Mrs. Bowaorl .I'll meet you hcre nt threo o'olook, and after you; havo boon mado to sing small I hopo you will tako tho losson to heart and reap its benefits. Hring tho moaa-ur- o of tho room with you." I mot him at tho hour named. Ho looked at me in a pitying way, and I think ho felt Borry for mo from tho bottom ofM heart. "Wo want to look at s.omo tapestry carpet," ho said to tho olork as wo entered tho olovator. Wo wero carried up .two or threo flights, given soats by tho windows, and as roll after roll of carpot was displayed tho olerk said: "Theso aro all tho new fall patterns in tapestries, and tho prices aro very low. I can soil you any pattern on tho floor for sixty cents." Mr. Dowser's mouth gavo a twitch at d tho corner, followed by a sudden contraction at tho right, and ho was a little hoarse as ho observed: "If thoi) aro only sixty cents then rnotjuottes can't bo over forty." "I can sell you iiuxjuottos as low as S1.75, but you don't want 'em. You want ono forab')utSJ.'J5." There was a spasmodic movement through Mr. Dowsor'rt entire system as ho queried: "What is a velvet worth?" "AlMitt two dollars." "And body Drussels?" "From a dollar up." "Do you mean to tell mo," demanded Mr. Dowser, as ho ro-"that tupostry is tho choapost of tho lot?" "Why, certainly." "Cheaper than velvet or moquotto?" "Of course. Tapestry ranks only ono grade above Ingrain." "I don't Udievo itl You are certainly mistaken!" "Hut I can't be. Any carpet man in town will tell you the same.' Kven your wife must know that." That Unbilled Mr. Dowser. The last sentence aho llnlshod me. He know ho was boa ton, but ho was determined not to give in. Ho therefore swallowed tho lump In his throat nnd said: "1 beg U) still differ with you. You havo got tho case turned end for end, but I am too honorable to take advantage of you. It Is tho tapestry which is worth ono soventy-llv- o instead of tho moquettes. Hero's the pattern that suits us, and I want eighteen yards. Mako the bill at fourteen shillings a yard." "Very well," replied tho puzzled clork, and tho carpet was laid and paid for on that basis, and it is down to last until worn out. 1'vo bad half a dozen lady friends drop In nnd incidentally inquire why we got such a cheap, shabby carpet, but they are no sooner gone than up bobs Mr. Dowser, and says: "Thero goes another numskull! It's mlghtj- - funny how you people havo lot carpet men impose on you for the last dozen years! If they'd tell you red was black, I suppci-- you'd indlevo It." Detroit Free Dress. left-hano, o - ' vf I. InteriorJournal AT THE BOWSERS. Mr. Bowser Alra Hla Knowlodiro Published Evory Tuesday and Friday tjj'i JPKK When not on Carpets and tho Woathor. YKAR.IX ADVANCIC o paid ItKOARD Mr. tho klnde.it and ' 32. 60 will be charged." Howsor anonoof 91. BRUCE, It Wm Loaded. A fellow had a littlo gun, nnd It wu flATS iW itMW NIHWMtt snipty quite: ho pointed it at all hla f.ltfWV. MM4M Mflftf WW St'II?.? tho in in a fright. Ono dny MTtfWII friends to put STANFORD. KY. tiiis empty gun of his lie )ointcd at himself, in consequenco of vhich he now reSPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL poor man traveler. Home and mule bought and told, poses on tho shelf. Was hnrtetand vehicle ued In livery distracted, or was ho to matfcess goaded? Only tt Oh, no, ho thought his littlo gun was harmless and unloaded. Drako's Maga- T t's Nrit-cla- K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning ct x:ton.m. L&. LOCAL TIME CARD. tn tho world, and If any ono has t niM hod tho Idea from any zine. VitH Tilt. cr.iEa:. CRAD ORCHARD, KY, Dealer In- hiltoist -Dry c, J. T. STTTTOIT dfc CO, tr It.. HUSTONVILLE, KY. Are Mill In Ihc bulne and ready to do thing In the Underikln ,ne. vi have a nv flt iiock of Ca.e. and Cket of all kind, and of every detcriplion Our hear.e, which It nVa new can be iibtaliicd on hnrt nonce Mr I If l.tren lia cli.irim tilrnr lni.in,... .n.i m our good 10 any one needing anything in our "'"' tf Goods, Notions, Hats, Gaps llooti, Shoe. Clothing, Hardware, Queen-wnrt'lnnare, Furniture and a t 31pm Mail train going North. 131pm noutn., 57 P Expre train " South North ....... ..630 am Freight North tocal S35Pn South.... The latter tram nl'O carry paenger. standard time. Solar The above it calculated on time about o minute faster 1 1 37" ' 1 ROYAI rpyalvij t f I, POWDER Absolutely Puro purity, economical be sold in thin the ordinary limit competition with themullitudc M low te,t, short TveiJht, alum or phosphate powder- - Sold only in can,! UOVAL HAKING POWDER CO.. jiof Wall street. New Vork ctrciiKln iind whole .More ,.inene.cap not and A Tin powder nevevane,. marvel V I' R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. j ' simply tho aver-iil'- o husband aft er fito years niuniagp. Tho avprago husband not only knows fifty times as much as tho nverago wife, but ho Towards it as his Holemn duty to inform horof tho faot on every miblo occasion. If bo huppons to bo mistaken bo could back down gracefully, but ho won't. Ho's Infalllblo or nothing. Ono evening, not long since, Mr. Wowser chiiio homo to huppor, complaining of aches and pains, and I remarked that It was doubtless tho approach of a rain storm which oxcltod rhoumaties. "When did you over tako any notico of tho weather?" ho asked, as hi looked up In surprise. "A thousand limes, sir." "I don't bellovo it! I don't beliovn Vro is a woman on earth who can tell when a storm is coming." "Mr. Howmt, it will rain "That's a fair illustration of my argument. Tho stars are out and tho sky as clear as a bell." 'Hut it will rain," persisted. "You can feel it In tho wind." "I'Vol It in tho you mean! I doubt if it rains for a week." "Itwlll rain tonight." "What! Do you stilt stick to that?" T ash-barre- i! l, tlilnp; Ihavoput forward that ho is cccontrlo or plvon to bul- Conoral Lino of Crocorlos, All kind ldozing, suoh Idea Is wrong. radically Fancy Candici, CroM Tic, &c. of Produce taken in enthange for Kooda, Ho la ivory, gecd and ilc Subte Old Ky . Route N N..VM V ! to. i: D Only ono Night out to New York. Solid Vmtiljt led Train to Washington, Philadelphia, W.H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV , Good turnout and ad..'le hortj alway on reaionat.le terrn londonltthc inott lent point on the railroad to reach place .n of the Hate in the mountain ti lor hire conven in the to C'lccctiiiiiiiii,ror and Soutlieaot Baltimoro, Now York, lloiton nnd all point 1, Ea t i.i'FFcrivirocr. EASTWARD. I.I, Stanford I.cxlmjto " ' Ea is.y Ve r Ao K X iFait.MailiLim Haily give us a cojior, "All, now! won't Div'l a bit bae Oi had to ate this blesi-eday, savin' n dhtink o wither, an' that's tiio truth!' Judge. miss? d Sun.l Irtpret. Dally m iiani s. THE F. KILKV 1). HOUSE, Kentucky. Wlniheter . III IUL.EY, Proprietor, Why Ho lllil Nut Mity. London, I - - - "I" do." extracting, STANFORD, Office on Main Ureit, opjwite Portinan Hoii.e, up xiairs. .Mirou .'xiuc " ki,- ui , 'Well, you aro a gosling! won't rain. -- What I 1 I say it say you can depend KKNTUCKY. DR. W. B. PENNY, O'l -I- CRPt'Tfl - " "i - Fitzpetor (waiting for Miss (lusher to come down) to Johnny Your shter has come very pretty flowers in the bay window, Johiitiy. Johnny (who Is always around) Now you're talking, mister. She told MIks Hustler yesterday that she'd like to ndil you to the collection. Fitzpetor (delighted) All, how clever! What sort of dower did nho projioso to call me? Johnny A monkey plant. When Miss Gusher comes down to receive her caller Johnny is alone, trying to tack the cat's tttli to the floor. Drako's Young Mngazine. I'lirlliinirntiirj- - Tupping. hate moied In my new Hotel ind am hetter prepared than ever ta accommndnie the public tlooil I.itcry altachod and every iinnenti nee One me n call. 77 FRANK RII.F.V. AthUnil Callcttihtirg. Hunllngtan .. Arr Whit. Sulphur Clurln,,ir. Waihmgton.. Haltlmore Olive Hill ....."."" Preiion .Morehead.. K. U. Jiuicilo Ml Sterling j j anii, ji ts am 6 in u ,j pm 7 00 I 1 n n n n pin $ jojti 0 40 pri pin, 1J pm 7 J pm i- - I'm' I'm ; 40 pm s 4 0$ pin 10 j? pm 6 a pm 10 jo pin 0 u pm li jo ami ipw oj pm i I 9 8 1 .10 40 it t in a . jo am NEWCOME welt-kntt- HOTEL. 1 Philadelphia. New York OldPolHtComfor Norfolk. ....,-- . Richmond, Va... . MT. VERNON, KY. Thl eld and Detenu till maintain inc itt fine reputation. Charge reatmatde. Spe eial attention to the traeliK public l.l' NKWCOMII, I'rop.. Sjll. Ml Vernen, Ky. P"i ft 11 pm 9 10 pin a 40 pin J J U pm I rain .leaving Lexington at II 1, am and j xi pm daily except Sunday ter tor Kuhmond, Ky. and ttnnecten at VinchtR loiint the K C Limited Ve.tibule fri,i New Vorfc, tthia, Waihlngtonand allint. Kait, Phlladc "' Lexiiicuu H14 47P m daily mall from Hiiiilingtaii, V. V., and alt lo. cal ititl..n. arrive Lexington at u:( ,, p m. dai I) except Sunday Accommodation Imm Ollie Hill and all local pointi, Kichmcnd, K., and poitiliori the K. t Ky arrieat Lexington I 10, am, daily, ex I cr lliketi, ratev and tleeplng cept .Sunday car CARRIER Keep & WAITS, """" ROWLAND, KY. comtantly Dentist. OfficelSouth tide Main meet, in office recently vacated by. Dr. 1. F, Huffman, Stanlord, Ky. For Sal. cower rjjine laxio: one One power Portable Engine; one Feed Crnher, all in complete order Will ell any part person may H.C. POTTS. want. Iluckeie, Ky 84-- u V -- 10 R- XSmWk c Qy nn hatadMi splendid line of "According to my father's rules, Mr. Chapkins, we always adjourn here at Family Crocorlos, 12. It is now one minute of." rcierialiunt, etc , And tell them at the Itwctt price Produce of all "Ah, indeed! Well, in accordance kind taleii in etihangc at market miotitioen. S A .,ROM!.RVa.,.'AV,en, with legislative custom, Miss Harrows, Freihitoed eiery day (iie ntaiall 7S e C.VKIUKK.V WATI'S there being some iiutlnished business the house, I will turn back the clock." STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. Kngageinent announced next day. lc-for- Hlmira Echoes. Nut to llu)lr. Teacher How many seed oils nre Arc-onlin- SALE AT A SACRIFICE V there? All pertont wishing a pleatant lif and well wife let them lite Patent Flour made at tanford Roller Mill. Call for it at your grocery, and if lhayhav not got it on hand, urge them to keep it, or set an order from them and get It at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleatant KentuckyGentralR. R. "Ulil'K ' U.,VysJ KOl'TK." RCUTE i j.. w- - o I I5k. Teacher Any more? An .Vpiropti'.r Kpltupli. Grocer's Small Hoy There's ranseed First Citizen So poor old 'oe is ,.MAKE BIIA AT Fonm:Ksr snn,. oil, ma'am. , , IN09 A VAim dead? Teacher faints. Drake's Magazine. Second ditto Yes; and some of the on. ir it rains E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor ill ouy you ten boys have clubbed together to got a iMtrOTXK THOUSAND DOLLARS cuh. Tin- - Way of the '.prclr. silk dresses monument for hbu. All wo want is to Mrs. Pcnn (entering the room whero oloven o'clock that night At half-paon an appropriate inscription The Cottage opposite the Railway tho patter of tho rain on tho tin roof of decide her liege lord is wrestling with his ma- No Hotel In Kenucky hai a heller reputation, for it. and It proprietor It determlnt J l!il Depot, a bay window woko mo up. and I elbow ed thall be maintained "Why don't you put that Hue, 'Can tutinal hcittiK') Are you shaving, William? storied urn or animated bust '" Formerly ccntiied by H. K. Miller, at the ame Mr. Dowser iind gavo him the informaWilliam (spitting out a ynnl of soap) adace lor hlGHT HUNDRED DOLLARS tion. "Animated bust! The ury thing. He ha recently a 'ded to it appointment cash. "Ilaln! Uain! That's not rain'" ho an- That will remind ovorybody of the poor No, my dear; Fin blacking the stove. Philadelphia Inquirer. old chap!" Same can be ccii liv applying to Mr. W. F. Ken swered. Iiilliurcl ParlorN nedy, Crab Orchard. And once more they drained the "Uutltis." Alio Would I. Ire Alniij. glasses standing round and "I say It isn't! Some boy Is throwing J OTTENHEIMFR. AFirst-Clns- s Llvory Stablo ork. No. 30 State Street, New A man who wit's deeply in debt was filed sadly out. N. Y. Mercury. gravol on tho tin." To accommodaic the demand of hi increated sick unto death. I got out of bed and opened the winRett Turnout furiiiihed Ho I'rutnl Illin 1'nlir. "Ah." he sighed, "if I could only live tranticnt patronage, and other dow, and tho rain wascominguown with Commercial '1 ravclcr Actor How Is this? My hill Is twice until I had paid olT my debts " pour. a steady as much as you said it would he. "Humph!" sneered the doctor, blunt"Do you hear that, Mr. HowsorV" Hotel Clerk I bellovo you said you ly, "you want to live forever, tloyou?" "Xo, ma'am, I don't. That Is, I don't s hear any rain, whilo I twig the llttlu were an1 actor, and upon those represen- Texas Sittings. w m put-ujob. You've got tho cook up In tations gave you a reduced rate. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Actor Woll? In n 'tiirry. window pouring water tho Hotel Clork Well, I attended the perGuest Wniter. hiing me a cup of down." Next morning I asked him to look out formance last night and I am convinced co (Tee. THE LARGEST AND FINEST Wniter How will you have it, sir; and toll mo whether it had rained or not. that you are no aotor.' Nino dollars, please. 1'ochester weak or strong? HOTEL IN THE CITY. "No, ma'am, It hasn't," he replied, as "I'd like it weak, but not week nfter HAW HIS KIIKOK. he drew in his head. w" t ti next. Hurry it up." Texas Sittings. "Isn't tho earth all wet and don't you RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDseo water In tho gutters?" lit- Wh WrtmB. "That's dow. It always falls that ING TO ROOMS. "I tell you," exclaimed an eiithus'ustio way at this tlmo of year." South Dakotan, "our state is without a "Mr. Dowser, do you moan to toll mo RUSSIAN 1IA1HS IN HOTF.U TURKISH peer." It hasn't rained?" "Oh. you are surely mistnken," replied do. I said it wouldn't and it hasn't. "I n New York friend. "You have a Pierre Ono of tho flro steamers may have been for your capital." Munsey's Weekly. up horo pumping out a cistern, but it hasn t rained." A Timely Joke. And to this day ho sticks to It, alTM notice forewarn hunter. fihermen and Mr. Youiighiisband My dear, this oilier not to trctpas on our land without though I proved my case by every neigh nt all muh will be protecuted to the lullnew clock of ours gives the whole room ed extent of th law Signed bor and tho signal otllce. Wo wanted a carpot for ono of the bedtone. OUO I) HOPPER, T.J. HI1.I., I.M. McROilKRTS.JR. .M. S. IIAUC.H.MAN. rooms and I mentioned that I thought Mrs. Younghusband Naturally; it's ROUT. McAI.ISTKR, J.K 1IRUCK wo had get a velvet. the onlv striking thing in it. Jeweler's S. II. SHANKS, S.H. 1IAUG1IMAN, MRS. HKNRVIIAUC.HMAN, A M. FKl.A.s'l) "What's tho matter with tapestry?" Weekly. "(OIIN W. HOLMES, E.T. PKNCK, ho queried. j l. iniiir..!, r v..P ',1MU.1I1,AN Art Note. l)r W. LOG "It's too common and there's no wear l. V, IIUI..MI.M JOSH ADAMS is very fine, but Pllll.llKRT RICHARDS Visitor Tho portrait to It." W C,AINr.S. II J II. McKINNKY, you seem to havo devoted more time to Mr. SAM FORD IRWIN, "You talk as If you know all about JOHN O. LYNN, Mr ALICE TUCKER the hands than the face. carpets. When did tapestry becomo Artist That's so. You see the hnnds common?" t t& pay over tho money. Texas Sittings. "It always has been common. It's Tho A Ireland, PrcMdont: only ono grade abovo Ingrain." Geo (',. Oline C I., Toiiitikln,Scc y ,ind Geii'l Mailer i Not Safo to OnViiil lllui. "Oh, it Isn't! Well, I tako great It. P Woodward, Alt.iiil Sec'y; Visitor -- I hope, my frlrnd, that you Hullo, Edith, there's pleasure in informing you that you aro Captain Ilardup Anther M Saundri, Treaturer; now seo tho groat error you havo made. our butcher! way oil. What you don't know about John!'. Ruell, M. D t IIiisli! Come along, Murdertr Yes, I sou it clearer every carpets would 1111 a book." Mrs. Ilnrdup or day. If I'd only 'r killed do hired he'll be sending in his horrid bill if we "Hut you know all about 'om?" American Accident Indemnity Association "Certainly. Every Intelligent man girl, too, thero vouldn't havo been no oircnd him. Exchange. w doos, especially if ho is married. ono left to peach on me. Life. Of NEW YORK. Tapestry, as you ought to have known A SootliluK Reply. The Sinecure of & years, ranks for the last twonty-llv"You aro always talking about a donHunter IMeh I'ardon me, Mr. Mann, next to Axmlnster." Preferred iind Extra Preferred rtitkt only nre but I am n Candida to for tho hand o- f- key. You don't mean me?" 4i llltOADWAY, Month "It can't bo." "What nils you? There are iiiiiny don- intured lit n coat oi One Dollar per.iccidc.it IndemPushor Mann (looking up confusedly, nity Grided. Prolerred Kuki in LEXINGTON, - - KY. "Didn't I say It did? If I didn't know for a moment) Oreat heavens! will keys besides you." Wasp. Include: Hanker, Merchant, Salctinen, Coinmerci.il Traieler, Manuf.iclu-re- r why should I say so? First comes thoso elections never ho over? Oo (not vorlng) nnd kindred occupation and Inand three-plhomp, thru Jluny Kimuli. away and don't bother me! I'll support profenkion.il men Keuerally IfADFiELD'S grain, and tho last is followed by Ilrus-sol- you! Tailor Is thero any way that I can TUjTa a velvets, moquettes, tapostrIo.s,nnd "Oh, Mr. Mann, that Is almost more get you to pay this bill, sir? MAXI.MUM IIKNKI'ITS: Axmlhstors. Yo.i'd better wrlto 'em than I had dared to hopo!" lloston Travers Certainly. Lend ino tho cash. down." I. on of Life $(.,ooo Times. Clothier and Furnisher. Lost of ILimlnor I'ect 3,000 "Mr. Ii.iwser yju are wtong, as I will l.oii of lluth Eye j.wo HI S.weUIty. prove to yju. Tap:j.tlry is bnlow body l.o of Hand or Foot . a.iou What Ho 1'ioveil to He. Hamlet de Doon, I hear, Mr, that you . a,jo Permanent Total DUalulity.. Hrussels in grade and price. I can buy Sybil So Jessie married nil Italian Lut of Ono Eye too tapestry us low us slxty-flvcents per are getting up a company to play "Tho rotint, didn't she? Loi of Thuinbor Index Finger 150 Lights o' London Drldg'eV" I should Loi of Either Other Finger yard." Florence No; nn Italian no account. Lo of Time not exceeding too Week, per 100 "O'n, we", it's no use to dispute with llko to apply foru po.iitlou. Week Lawioncu Ainericitn. '5 Manager What are your qualificao bigot. You happened to misspoak Apply to or addrc yourself and get it that way, and so you tions? OK MONTHLY BICKNESS iiiicbni. Hamlet do Jlooys Well, sir, I think I Mr TAKCN DURIH are determined to stick tout. Wo' 11 bnKNCl. First Suit Where have you been? ought to bo a ntar in a tank drama. ' I RtKT UMlGLRBl ffERIHSWia .11 m om Jrop tho subject." F. G. 1SKODIE, LtH'iiml Suit Lnhl up. Clothier nml TO WOMAN "JMlLtDFMB J300K a day. "Daro you meet wb at tho carpot can drink ' 8 Fifth Street, I'U " SRAOmiOBEBUlATORCQ. AWMTAGA. LOUISVILLE, KV. Munsey'a Wookly. itoro this aftarnoou'."' I dmandod. tataBYAUMkunra. ill .M Kir liui-Will tli tl. tm Bright linseed. Hoy Cottonseed, flaxseed nnd ; L nniifn r.un i nm tria andintcrettiiig lauuly os W N POT rS, Superintendent. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST From Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, VS5, ? y. -- &U9i-l,J- s fii fly CENTRAL KENTUCKY M st THE MYERS HOUSE KAST LINE UETWEEN LEXINGTON South-Hound- & CINCINNATI. , r, i j SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NO " No J. No. 4 . V- No 6 Kx " - Sun. 10 a m m o a m 10 Daily Sun, pm. half-emptie- d Pool and i-ira I.ve Cincinnati l.ve Covington. I.ve Falmouth.... Arr Pan Arr Livingtan. . . I.ve Pari Arr W'incheiter.. Arr Richmond . Arr Lancaster Arr Stanfard . I 11 11 1 q 44 t it am a ' 4 J 4J p m ir t, m 4 o5 it m to i p m 5 o P ra " '"15 P " o jo p m o a mi p m $ . o 10 p n ,.. . oi p m , 7 jo P m 40 p m . I co p m I c p m ' J5 " ...., Arr litre Arr l.lvingtsti Norlh-Ileund. I.ve RicnintHid . JJ0p Ji OS Jx P in mi .. J 5 H THE GALT HOUSE, P mi P m p in .." No. S . . j. a a a a m No 1. p N,o..l third-stor- y I'ost-F.xpros- s. IIS -- - A-- POSTED. hhhh5. arr ve. at Pari, , I 4 ,5, ,, , Tie,e ar, daily except Sunday No 4J leave. Lexington 10 oj am; arruci Pari 10 ij am, except Sunday No 8 Iwie. Cincinnati 5 lopm;arriu-.Kalmout7 10 pin: except Sunday No. 7lavc, I'almoiitfi 6 00 am: arrive Cincm nati75ain, except Suiulav Train Note -- No t run', dally between ,o. 4 run. dally between Cincinnati and Lexington. Nn, a nnd 6 make connection, at Wuichcater C id p ra No 9. leave Pari at Seo, am and No. at 541. p arriving May.vileatiojj.am, and 810, in, m. No at p 10 leave Maytwllv at a 111, arriiing at Pan at l.u Richmond. Richmond. Winchester. Pari Lve Lexington I.ve Pari I.ve Falinoulh Arr Cunngton. Arr Cincinnati Hn I.ve Lve Arr I.ve Lve Arr I.ve Arr Arr I.iiingiton Richmond llerea to 15 4J 10 n . Stanford . l.antattcr 7 7 00 ) am is . 1 j In o 40 05 1 4 jo l a p p p p p m in m m in m 7 7 'I 8 li j a in i p ni 4 a ni 5 ifi p rr J ' llieMaville llranch. ,,, )) P 9 P ni Hi j I' in 10 45 l" 5i a 111 a in JlSPm jo p a 111, 6 a in m ,,, loriiolnlxnnthe N IMPORTANT.-Train.- N ,V M V Hy CIBsDH tf thi line not, arrive at and depart from the Central Union Paenge-Slilio- n Cinclnnaii, making connection for all point North, Eat and Wen. Through ticket, and baggage-- checked to any deMinaliun reached by a railroad. K?ir iVl,lJC?w,'uUr dJ'" any agent ol the Co. . ,n. ...... , .... K 1 Ki., t,en ra'g'rAgt., Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, tl. W I. A"1'- - Cincinnati. I ILK TON, General Manager. OENKRAL OFFICES Chamber of Commerce Duildlng, Cincinnati, 0 of 1 Km-rX'."..- 5 WH. ADAMS SON, v. o e)lJc5viNtwMm Chic co RVt w Iriiur-un- ce A NEAV FAST MAIL Leaving both r. two-pl- y y LOUISVILLE & 10 s, CINCINNATI Traveler, Daily, Secure THE MOST RAPI.D ROUTE and mot comfortable train hZ ,he Nonhwe.t. The counicrnart of tlii, train on and H trj.uk line. I, denoinlnateJ The Limited irAfIm.C:.,br?".,!!?.i,oek e "I''V ProS nSay.Mtnon. get Monon and .tick to Minion, , V,U want In Mvs nin.,,i, i k. '"" "v piea.ant jour-"For lull information, lime nnl,. m,... iui.i... iween all point, in the South, or ws PrClli ATflD ciueVoM the fa.te.t time I&i ,.! .. A TnTOS s o ,' MENSTRUATION ' I ls 1 Gen'l At. ttwcalleniruddrei, 6r W. II. ' ' lit'nxiH&b'Ki M,RoniSRTbV:ii..SuXu. ' '''villc, '"" Ky. ''-- , HM i i jftiii.t . 1' "7,T" "irri-V- v " -' yt . ,ii.J- - - ,- - -- - J '' Aff)l;kXv ' - ,i ..il-- t l. '"i- ' t . V ' " Jl t - r'v1'JlV.,l.l .. .. 4 .it.l,ij,r' u, -- . '' .. .J." L.