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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890112101 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 1890 $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. t Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21.1890. NO. 76 y NOW is the Time to Buy Your Holiday Presents in Watches, Cloeks, Clocks $3, worth S5; Clocks at S2.50, worth $4. Watches worth $100 at S70; worth $30 at S20, frajfl am offering everything in my stocl: of Jewelry at cost for CASH only. Look at the prices: U. V. Raymond's movement.", ilt, 17.50; Nickel, 20. Hampden Railway movement at 18.75. Seven Jewel movements, 5 to 6.25. Everything else in proporj 15 at 5 10. worth $20 at 14, worth tion. 1 have the largest stock ever brought to Stanford and have lately opened a large stock of new goods bought especially for the Holiday trade. Buy now while you have a large stock to select from. Come and examine my stock and prices but bring the money with you as the sale is POSITIVELY for cash. .a., zr,- - zFZEnsritTir . POSTED. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. HUSTONVILLE. iwocin-tion MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. rf Thanksgiving services will bo held Mrs. K. M. Green, whose death you llev. John Uill'e. n.itor of tho Hat)-- : We offer for sale privately our farm known as forbid kinfolks unit their folk's folk, my folks reported, was taken to Columbia, S. C. tint church, has removed to Perry ville, at the Baptist church, inntrmtiv, ititeri-htiiiKrowM inoro the George Andrson place, J mile from Huston- - anil their folks, .is well as colored folks, to trespass Any one wishing to buy fat, sny for interment. ville, on the Liberty pike, containing 43 acre. or hunt birds, rabbits and squirrels on my farm ami vnurRfcisiK at oneh inuotinx of itn bu- where ho will preach tw ice monthly. He watered. Call without my permission, or they will be punished will do well to call Measles in a severe form aro raging ' goodorduelliug of 6 roimsand wellNv iiioihImth. Although the will continue to devote onu .Sunday of about sy, 011 to the full extent of the law I mean what I sav. address us ai tiustonville, JOHN ELLIS. - on Terry Wesley. in tho town and county, scarcely a fami-- 1 THOMAS C. HALL. Jan' attumlancu in not by niiy invniia whnt it each month to tho Hustonvitlo oongretl MARY ELLIS. There will be a wedding hero in ly having escaped. shouhl be, yut wo lo not feel at all dirt gallon aud onu to the Hrudfordsville We would give names, 1 Main street, between Second and Hbout n month. church. couragoil ami trmt tlint in the nrur Fourth is having a layer of macadamized Kev. V. I.. Williams preached a hut we nre under oath not to. every teacher mill patron of the Lot on Main Street in Stanford ' Holland has purchased a line rock put on, which will help us out of county will become interfnteil in the asso- most able and interesting sermon on I offer for sale privately the Henry Hester farm pair of horses and a stage and will open tho mud somewhat this winter. Containing r acres. of 0 acres of bottom lanuon Dit River; 21 ncri'S ciation ami fcive it their hearty miort. sanctillcation to a crowded house- at sown in wheat up and all right balance in grass. Terms easy. This bit of church history has country Moreland Sunday morning, Uth inst. up n line from hero to McKinnoy short- The common hcIiooIh of tho T R WALTON, Stanford. dwelling hs 6 rooms; there is a new barn, The cently come to light. The house in good well, fine orchard and fencing nearly new. a few weeks ago there was a "Holi- - ly. need n reemiilriirtion ho nn to put them Terms, half balance in and two L I). Williams, our clever and bus- - which tho first Methodist class meeting with interest. cah,not sold will one for rent. years, Posbe on a practical footing with other inntitu-lion- ness .Meeting" of several das' duration It I rail-e- l - tling druggist, will leave in a few days was held is still standing and is situated session given January 1, 180! held at tho Moreland church, which exof our nge. Thev neeil to be J W.ADAMS. Stanford, Ky. ami linvi'H HyHtematicM'ourmj of tu- - cited great intercut and as the many pro for Toiut Burnsido to handle bottles about 7 miles west of this place. Tho L,ots time of tlie meeting was in the year fcissions of sanctillcation, or sinlussnes", there ily ailoptutl, with proper authority k.v-iIn the corporate limits of Rowland. OR RENT. FOR SALE The spelling contest was largely at-- 178.'$. to till supvrititenilunt to enforce the were fresh in the memory of tho people, W J. DARST, Rowland. A protracted meetiiii! at the Baptist ntitirltiiiteii be in.iiiv tlint llm. tended nt the colletre. It cnntimioil iu-plans. By the enforcement of tliewj it 221 Acr03 of Land in Lincoln Co. W. would strike some stinging blows, hours, when Miss Willie Cfann's bide church, to begin next Sunday, will bo alone a jjreat intercut would be AwakenLINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. was declared winner. conducted by the pastor, J. W. Lynch, ed on the part of the patrons, whoolri but the MinsHtionahsts and Part of the estate of K V Givens.decM. The undersigned will rent for the year t8at. on We have not learned yet what the "listed by Kev. Mr. White, of Durham, 136' acres front on the north side of the Stanwould be compared and contrasted, coin were disappointed. Th discourse was ford and Knob Lick turnpike, adjoining A K. reasonabc terms, her Farm ol Acres, i miles from Millcdgevllle, Ky. The renter carl hare . hcIiuoIa would be in Mr. Williams' happiest vein, logical committee has done in regard to build- -' 0. Tho church is having prayer Denny. A Urge part of this tract is excellent petition nmnnv; tho privilege of seeding this Fall. Appls to hemp land. he balance is in corn and grass. and utterly devoid of that ing a graded school here, under the nus-- ! ces every night this week, preparatory nrousetl: detlnitenesH of work would be Mrs.NANCV JfcNKINS. 84'. acress in grass lie south of said pike, ad., " joining A. K.Denny and Capt. Hen Powell, withDanville, K. Secured; all the children in the county ferocity we evrpcet when prepared for an pices of a Baptist denomination, but to tho meeting. lloth tracts are well 200 yards of first tract Some people have cheek enough to in would 1m pursuitiK tho same ntudicn ami onslanwh against one of our pet dogmas, hope they will push it through, for the watered and as a whole will make a good farm time given on deferred the Mine courau of Mtutlitv, ambition to Not even a suspicion of propagandism people of tho community seem interested ask anythiug. Did you ever! How is Liberalsold before January 1st, payments. will both tracts If not this for downright gall? A man asked a be rented, separately if desired, for trie year 1891, be in the matter. pourou would be uromed; can attach to the thrtcourse. House on Lancaster street in Stanford, It will complete tho January rooms and cellar Good cistern holding W. .1. Gann was in Pulaski this merchant for a pocket-booon credit; S9S1 JAS. G & W. P. GIVF.NS, Executors. graduation exercicH would be utUblmli-od- ; intensely gratifying to the great number . rl limit. , , hirrnh tt H.sw.aWa nmti in V4IU, an to of Mr. Williams' friends, to know that week. John Welcher went to Lexing- - it's a fact. Can you tell 1110 what use ho J it. 1IIGGI.NS, emulation iitnotiK the Stafford, Ky. percentage of attendance would be arous instead of renouncing the harness, as he tonSatuiday. L. D. Williams went to would have for the book if he had no SALE OF PERSONALTY ed; a pride in each nchool w ith regard to felt four years ago would le n physical Somerset Tuesday. Bud Kay, of Taylor, money to put in it? It seems that the grasshopper show-j- s AND PUI1LIC RENTING. its Htanding a.1.0 ita fiillnemiUMi regular-it- necessity, he has renewed his lease and county, was here Monday. Drummers 'M'TT.T. were as thick as Hies in town this week, cr, which I reported in my last, was on- excited ami agtin a "liot within himself." of attendance would be I have finished my new Saw Mill on the SomerAs Administrator of the estates of Wui N. and Isn't the prominent republicans ex-- ! Willie Bryant has recovered from a few ly confined to a small portion of town, Catherine O. Thomson, I will sell publicly at set pike, 7 miles trom Stanford and am prepared bo every neighborhood would discover a late residence t'3 miles from Hmtonville, in Lin- to furnish any kind of LU.MI1ER. SHINGLES, Sewing machine and just in the locality of Lexington and coln county, on amus-- j days' sickness. new interest in it school because it watt planation of the late ground-swtd- l UKsr PRICES. Isvill.ell the lum'. berai the mi or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give hi relation and comparison with all the ing"' It is not amusing, either, to the ' book agents have kept the town lively Pine str.ets. Some ladies living in that me a trial. I'sstoffice, MAYWOOD, KY. 28tll, 1890, locality, whose veracity could not bo other schools. Another great need in farmers to ho so plainly styled a set of for the last week. A. II. BASTIN On I doubted, are responsible for the item. mrnMied cmsumuiate asses. No reference to any evening two of our beet The personal property of which tfcey died pos- more npacioui and better -- J. W.Sturgeon, of Harren county, Thtte houcen; built in the most convenient, benefits accruing to farmers from the boatmen (or claim to be) undertook to Cow, and 2 Steers, 4 and attractive place- in tho dis- McKinley bill, which generated tho cy- ride on waves where noother man dared bought this Week Of I. M. tjuisinberry Calves, twoHeifers, t thoroughbred yearling lotbtecrs, liealthy earlinK Hull, ... of fat Hogs, tricts. If yon would glance into some of clone, but the increased industries to venture. They rowed to tho spot and his farm III tho est Lnd, consisting Of ,ne Smvsand I'irs, about 35 barrels of Corn in enh, 3 stacks of Millet, 170 bushels of Wheat, I am well prepared to bore wells liuv UOUgllt and the nchoobhoiifiea at the priwunl time, which will spring up in consequence will were bragging of their venture, when all I'll n.rL8IOrJ,WU. .Mr. IJ. about 0 buihe, Orchard Grass Seed, 160 bushel! work in a good manner and promptly will do the . W. WallllCO his farm 011 tho Millet Setd, Farming Implements, 2 Wagons, &c. a of a sudden without any warningtothem Since Of you would see nothing adorning the demonstrate the benefits of that bill . At One Dollar a Foot. Jl ... . sve . Household and Kitchen Kurmture, tie.. &c Terms Three month' credit Notes with ap- walls which would give a cheery atmos- year hence, and the agricultural asses the boat turned over and they were left ijliakertOWll JUke for iO.OOO. Dave Call on orjaddress me at Stanford, Kentucky. set umy bearing 6 per cent interest from 3t ' L. T. SMITH. phere to tho cchool; no apimratiiH with will contentedly resume paying extra to sw im, kick or lie When they reach- - IJiimii milium, Jionuilj, OI ur. Fnvptto P'vedpavable at the National Haul, of Hustondate, will be reouired on sums over Jio, under which tho teacher can make his work tribute to the favoied manufacturers ed dry land they were the sickest pair Dlllllap, his property Oil Broadway and ville, amount, cash that 1890, more ollective; long and rickety benches who furnish republican campaign man- that ever tried to tako a ride. Ask Isai- 1'ourth and will move in tho first of next t. J. noiilNSON, Administrator. week. Dr. D. bought it a short timo , filled with a dozen or more children, agers boodle for buying elections, are the ah Wesley about the rest. 7", Blue-Gras- s At the same time and place will, as Agent of . George, a son of B. K. Swopo, died ago and ho and his Bister, MlSS Mary, ' thu heirs of Wm. N and Catherine Thomson, seated so closely toguther that their jo sum and substance of John Sherman s ' c ly f or the- sear 1S91 the Farm one Hition is anything else but comfortable, views of their defeat. A creature of the here last Fiiday of br.un fever, after un liatl gOllO to Housekeeping, lletirj l"lnnti Jen P' and sixtyfor Acres of land, it ol Immense stock of fruit and ornamental trees. hundred miles Jiustonvillo, Ky inconveniences, too nu- republican party, whose egotism insures illne-v- of only a few days. Ho was the Ulld family Will UIOVO Monday to tho from K"' outbuildlpjrs, It tontains a large dwell. Grapevines, Asparagus, small trees, and everyand many other thing lor the lawn, orchard and garden. We have " Steam Distillery and an his turning the hiimII end of the tele- youngest son of Mr. Swopo and was a llOUoe OI1 Maill Street recently Vacated 1)' orchard of 1,000 trees. About so acres to go in no agents, but sell direct at low prices to the planmerous to mention. corn, the balance well set in rue for catalogue to Possession ter, bright and industrious boy. He was Arciier Koomson. Wo have given here some of tho de- scope on nearly all of creation a maligBlvru jamurv ,, lSaI and a nloteh EooJ ,e. H.F HILLENMEYEH. , , d"eat the eudf, '"?."' "l'I!.b.e rei"'red in his teens and possessed a good Lexington, Ky. " r Miss Kate Kinnaird, of Lancaster, is Su"?' fects of our common schools, but the nant individual whose slanderous pen .fortherent T J UOI1INSON. Agent ,. . ... ... CtUlIU r, o sr Vjflll. J. IV. .UUIM 751U next thing of importance is, how can secured him an introduction to tho too character and had a pleasant word for ViaillU .U1B3 they be remedied'' The only sure way of Joe Blackburn's boot, compliments all who knew him. His death cast a and daughter, Miss Hattie, spent tho la to porsistently urgo upon the legislahis radical alliliants highly in his expla- gloom over his friends and associates. day hero Monday. The following young I desire to sell my larm of about 130 acres, ture to give such legislation as is neces- nation of their apostasy, meaning to His remains were taken to Garrard gentlemen, members of the McCreary about miles north of Stanford on th I would respectfully inform my old Iriends and Hush llranch pise, opposite the old church. There sary to meet these requirements. Xo ridicule them. Ho accredits the average county aud laid to rest. We deeply Guards, were hero Monday night to customers thit I am again at work at my profes- are about jo acres in wheat and ryo; the balance take part in a play at the Opera House, sion and would be pleased to rcceie any work in or the farm well set in timothy. Good dwelling doubt but that the majority of tho legis- republican with being reasoned into vot- sympathise with his stricken parents. of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new The people of our town nre raising a in which tho Lyon Comedy Company the way of lators do not know the practical needs of ing by his wise description of the inbarn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can immediately. For the common Hchoole, therefore it is very iquities of the increased tarills instead of terrible racket about the way our mail have engaged for tho week: Letcher Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repair- be givenStanford, or write particulars, seu J. P. Hailey, the nndersigned at line is carried on and will try to have it Owsley, Ed Hughes, Sam Jennings, Ed Cincinnati, Ohio. important that they should bo informed being bought or driven. E. WITHERS. ing. changed if they can. The mail comes, Finley, Win. Walden, Harry Cartright, Also repairing Seink-- .Mxcluties, Guns, Hstols, as to theoo necessities ami entreated to WAYNESBURG. LoA, &c. All as some of our nearest towns know, from J. M. Both well and Charles Blanks. act upon them speedily. ! Kingsvillo here by the way of Yo.semite, Carroll Reidand Gill Boyle havo gone to "Work Noatly and Promptly Done f Hut there is much that can be L. (t. Uoodi has bought G. A. I'adg-ett'- s I wish tosell privatels my residence and propAnd Warranted by and from tho latter place by hack line, Longview, Ala., on a hunting expeditho legislatuie. Tho farm at 510 per acre. erty. The house has rive rooms, store room, which has to cross Green river, which is tion. Frank Gilcher and wife and Mrs. front verandah, back porch latticed, good send their children more reguTHOMAS RICHARDS, Stanford, Ky. can Kid. It. C. Medaris, editor of the cellar with windows on south side, Hoom larly, the teachers unite moreclosely; the Mountain Baptist, of Willi misburg, is to past fording half tho time aud our mail is Marks visited P. A. Marks in Harrods-bur- next doorup stairs, Odd Fellows' building, cntranca all new, consisting of meat house, outbuildings henery, coal to house, corn crib and dairy stable. There are schools can be graded to some extent, ashist tlie pastor, Kid. A. .1. Bike, in a generally a week old from laying over good cisterns, one at house, the other at the two stable here is an abundance of frui including and course of study adopted, all of which meeting here, beginning the -- 1st. Bro. at Yobcmite. The line could bo run raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, currants, This is not an "oil year" in a national would put tho common schools in a Medaris is said to be a strong man and a from MeKinney, as it once did, and wo grapes, iherr), plums, damson, pear and apple sense, for it is tho year of a Congressiontrees. Also some Hue Jersey Cows and heifer much better condition than they now good meeting is expected. Let every- would havo our daily mails. Wo hope bred to registered bull One harness horse, one P. W OREEN, Proprietor. our tow n peoplo w ill have it changed, so al election, aud tho general interest was combined horse, both gentle and can be driscn by we would insist upon a move- body attend, nre. And woman or child. One buggy and phaeton. not less than in a presidential year, tho' ment of this kind being made in thu Also S acres of pasture laud, whuh will be' T. I). Gooch lias yanv to Lexington we can have a mail once a vear, any- I have recently taken charge of this there was not 60 much picturesque inciwav. sold in one piece or disided into lots to suit purcounty. Although there would not bo o visit his daughter, Mrs. II. .S. Wilson. Hotel and intend keeping it at 11s present hi'h chasers. Those to buy a lot cheap will dent. It is the year of reckouing with standard. Special attention gtscn to the traveling have a golden opportunity much accomplished the first year, yet it Mrs. Krinino l'.ulgett and Mrs. K. S. HUBBLE. republican abuse of power an abuse public G. CARPENTER. Stanford. J. would be a move in the right direction, Gooch are visiting relatives at Moreland Mr. Clark Farris, who has bought shown most fiagrantly in the contemptFirst-Clas- s agitation and earnest and MclCinney. H. M. Gooch, of More-lanand by continual uous treatment of tho minority in the efibrts, glorious victories would be and K. S. Gooch, of Waynesburg, the line from Lancaster to Danville, is a In connection. Also splendid hack man and everybody is House, in the monstrous excesses of the G. U Fnv, Kditor. achieved. will move their families to Somerset and And STOCK OF DRUGS FOR SALE. pleased with him. John Bright is im- tariff and in the flagrant defiance of tho Pool and Billiard go into business together. L. G. Gooch proving rapidly now. James Herring is official honor and honesty in the repubIt is to bo a black winter in the dress gets the Desiring to quit the drug business at L. M. R EI D, Clerk e and T. J. Cress has I offer my entire stock of fresh Drug convalescent. J. J. Walker bought a lican campaign in Pennsylvania. Tho .,73-tand sense. Women as well as men aro tak- been appointed station agent. Chemicals for sale Mystook iscompleteiu every sorrel horse from B. F. Fugleman for election has demonstrated anew the poparticular and the business is a paying one in ing to black attire. Tho queerest eccenM. Howard, Jr., has been appointed Will also rent the entire house mr store litical health and vigor of the country. woman'8 whim for black, tricity of Bweet is located in. The house contains 4 good upstairs and $12o. Foster Fugleman, of color, aged as ono of the county procesoioners Go. rooms. IK), died Tuesday. G. A. WASH, Hustonville. Ho was a good old It Ik's shown that there is a patriotic is not tho bridal stocking, however, the appointment gives entire satisfaction. with iLH beautiful design and finish, but rWe need young, energetic men for such man. Mrs. Blackerby sold four steers, spirit superior to party spirit, a conservOF STANFORD, KY , ative independence strong enough to retho silk tights that havo become part of positions. Kllis Jackon, of Michigan, uveraging 1,'JOO, to Monte Foxisat IVconts. sist tho dragooning of party aud to stand Is now fully organized and ready for business with ai a bargain, moving tho fashionable female attlro. The tights who havo bought a great deal of timber Protracted meeting hero aro stockings that extend to tho hips, here and put in a new mill, aro now along nicely with good attendance since fast for wise and honest conviction. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. On account of continued bad htalth, I desire to sell farm of 3o just as they aro worn on tho comic opera about ready to begin sawing. They have it cleared oil. Geese aro in demand Harper's Weekly. 13,500. landprivately my in a fine stateAcres of blue.grass Surplus, at u bargain, ol fertility Would hero now and turkeys have advanced to utage. Now York Sun. sell aoo acres with Improvements. Locution one The law in regard to posting lands is a large force of men at work and pay G cents. mile south of Stanford, and the laying of the farm James Fugleman is improving as follows: Tho owner shall erect and SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL is superb. There are all of the necessary imthem oil' in cash every Saturday night. One of tho largest cigarette manufacUANK OK STANFORD, provements, including a frame dwelling ol five his farm by "building a barn aud meat v rooms and hall, a and turers in Now York, testified on the wit- We aro glad to welcome such men to house. Measles are raging in this vi- maintain sign boards, at Jeast 0110 foot (Now closing up) with the same assets and under buildings new For large basement barn,apply all further information, to ho annually Waynesburg. B. 1. Padgett & Co. aro cinity and whooping cough is going the square, in at least two conspicuous placKOHT. McALISTEH, Staufod. ness stand last week, that the tame management. adof the premises or lands as es on each side Ily prosiiions of its chauer, depositors are bought about 200 tons of cigarstumpsand talking of building a now depositors National rouhds too. F. Kigney is on tho puny intended to bo posted; bucIi sigu hoard fully protected as ate being held in iudisidually Hanks, its shareholders and ends of tobacco picked up in joining their residence. odds Hat agaiu. stock the extent ot the amount to havo thereon tho word "Posted," to- liable to at the par value thereol, in of their to the addition, tho gutters and on tho streets of tho cit therein F. W. llandinan will, on Dec. 13 noxt, For excel- gether with tho name of tho owner or amount insested in such shares It may a'Uas A Mounts Newsi'ai'kk. iesall over the Union, and that this move his beer bottling works to Ilarrods-burg- . executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully us lence, high character, reliability, varie- occupant of said land. Any person who an individual kind of tobacco goes into tho most popTho peoplo of that place offered ty, enterprise and cheapness the Cincin- shall tear down or destroy them shall be To those who entrusted their buismess to us mnagiiiK the Lincoln National Dank ol ular brands of cigarettes. Kx. Mr. I landman a lot of ground on which nati Weekly Gazette (the weekly addi- punished by a line of not less than S3 or while Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and they will continue to transact their business Kvery year a layer of tho entiro sea, to locate his plant, but it was not suita- tion of the Commercial Gazette) can not more than .'. Any person who shall trust us, offering as a guarantee for prompt alien with 14 feet thick, is takentup into tlioclouJs. ble and he has leased ground there with bo surpassed by any other newspaper in knowingly hunt on posted premises is lion to same, our twenty years' experiencecon-in WlftESlSGAZBg3BBJSIu banking and as liberal accommodations as arc Tho winds bear their burden into tho ttio privilege of buying at a fixed price. America. It is all that tho heading of subject to a tine of not less than So nor sistent with sound banking. Tho will of M. 1 Sallee leaves all of his this notice would indicate a modern oxceeding $23. inml mill tho water comes down in rain directors: Iter life. J. M. J J.Williams Mt Vernon; s fields, to How back through estate to his wife during upon tho newspaper. With all its attractions it M. Hail Staiituril: Salleo and W. Il.Salleo aro named J. S. Owsley, Stanford: Of the 101 years Congress lias boon HUSTONVrLLE, KY. J. rivers. Mrs. M. J. Lyon fell down tho can be had at $1 a year. m t Are (till In the business and ready to do anyS.J. Emtry, Stanford; held Kentucky has furnished the speakm i K Lynn, Stanford; - steps of the iM Presbyterian church and thing in the Undertaking line. We have J full "BigLir." Carter, a Cincinnati nestock of Cases, and Caskets of all kinds and.Robes A. W Carpenter, JUllledjcville; "Yours Merrily, John lvOgere"aud his er for L'fl of them. Henry Clay held the suflorcd a fracturo. of tho knee cap. Tho of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly was found guilty of murder in tho Advocate is trying to havo a new Opera wife, pretty Minnio Palmer, the actress, position 14 years, Mr. Boyd four years, J. K. Uaughman, Hustonvillc; Kress, new can be obtained on short nonce Mr. J. B. J F. Cask, Stanford; first degree, alio polsoueu uer paramour, House built and agrees to tako $1,000 of aro out. She accuses John of trying to Mr. White two years aud John G. CarWilliam Gooch, Stanford, Ky. Green has charge of cur business and will show S. II. bhanks, President. our goods to any one ncedine auything in our necessary had lived a number of the stock of $15,000 to with whom she from him. lisle six years. II. Owsley, Cashier. J, Inr kill her and has iled 64.tr to build it. years. We nn iltnl to my tlint tlio iilu-nwnli'0-pouml- s, FABM FOB, 50-- SAXi!H. e -- , Farm For Sale. FOB, SALEI I - re-H- ut s For Sal 6)-- Twenty Building i 1 fault-finde- rs servi-througho- ut 1 M-- ' FOR RENT. ' 1 contain-iijgthr- ee k ' -ca-- ii l ..J y ITEW SAW ' tlu-i- r Friday, Nov. cur-old 3- -'r - VrV W33I.X. BORI3XTG. . - IF-A-Iil- L, j Nurseries. - s TO THEPUBLXC. Farm For Sale. ii situ-ate- d donein-depenlento- FOR SAEE pat-tro- pan-tr- y g. post-offic- e 58-- tf 1 MTHSHS HOUSE, n 57-- Sample Room HOrrSB FOR, HEITT Huston-sill- Parlors. pobt-ollic- f Hus-tonvi-lle. Farmers BanM Trust ja-j- m t mmm ..- m ,3-i- store-hous- u ?-,- J. T. STTTTOIT A CO., asex-ecutoi- s, -- , . Ji- - fe . t. - ' Xi, - sw Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal I f I Mi m h it f r i jp- - . i j . An Indian war in the Pino Ilidgo Agency is threatened nnd troops have Stanfoiid, Ky.,- - Novemhcr 21 , 1890 been hurried to the scene. The citv indue of Fleming has filed suit in the circuit court to compel the county to raise his salary to $(100. Squire Bob Allison, of Fairplav, the 1 i 1 7 t t ' i i 1 Gretna Green of Wisconsin, makes the if Thosk who imagined that Hon. Wilbeen oil inc. boast that he has married S00 runaway bur F. Browder had been either woundcouples. ed or slain by the dischargo of Gov. The Lexington Transcript says that Knott's artillery will find by perusing M. C. Alford has made $10,000, Matt his four column reply in Tuesday's 0 Courier-JournWalton $".'7,000 nnd Wood Browning that they were laboring deals. by Middlesboro under a mistake. He comes smiling up Deputy Sheriff J. P. Giles, of Harto the scratch and with the governor's lan county, was killed in attempting to weapon of irony and sarcasm, favoritu Goods, arrest two men in Lee county, Va., but Of Goods, dresses him down about as genteely as it killed them both in the fight. could be done. The controversy grew Shoes, be The leaders of the Farmers' Alliance ' out of Gov. Knott's speech favoring the in Kansas have decided to extend the giving of thu legislature the right to regoods of be reascope of their organization by establishvoke charters and is becoming decidedTin: more we read the demagogic pro- ing nn assessment life insurance branch. ly interesting. Gov. Knott's surrejoinceedings of the con. con. the more we dee at to The receipts of the ed der will be looked for with interest. As become reconciled to the biennial meet- partment for the fiscal vear were it now stands Mr. Browder lias the best and the expenditures OT.Oll.L'iKJ. Ho has shown him- ings of the legislature. What was sup of the argument. of the steel of the posed to bo an aggregation of great men This does not look much like reducing self a foeuiau worthy of miserable a postage to a cent. great word fencer and his letters havo is proving body with a precious and Hinton Helper, formerly of Louis done much to show the absurdity of the few honorable individual exceptions. ville, created a sensation at Koanoke, Va , prejudice against corporations, that whicJo his wife, who found nuby people have sought to instill in NEWS CONDENSED to missives in his pa merous alfectionate the public mind. to P. II. Burt, a Cincinnati broker, has pers signed "Dollie." The negro LangsJon, who was given failed for $10,000. a, is Gov. F. E. Warren was elected to we Venable's seat in Congress and 510,000 Prof. Koch calls his consumption the United States Senate as a colleague ? lie by the thieving party in power, has cure "Paratoloid." to J. M. Carey, who was elected from Goods week served notice that he will contest Mr. Tony Hart, at one time n noted ac- Wyoming Inst Saturday. A son of Senabody, although tor, has been declared insane. GUc, Cloth a, Epps'seatin tlio next Jr6 democratic vote. tor Beck got the there is a majority against him of nearly 76c tnnr?x Paynter's oilicial majority in the 9th Dudlev Wilkerson, a son of the jail h 4,000. Of course ho does not expect to is 5,10.'? and Kendall's in the 10th 1,001. er of Fayette, has been sentenced to pa a.s if on get it, but he does count on the $2,000 Orson B. Smith, late L. & N. agent a fine of $100 and stay m jail 80 davs f0Tthe be week It is at Middlesboro, was acquitted of rob- cnrrvini? a conmded weapon, which he usually allowed to contestants. to be hoped that the next House will bing a freight car. a young drew and attempted to use on adopt a different rule and disappoint the Gov. Campbell has fixed Thanksgiv man. human mule on the very object he is ing night for the hanging of Smith aud At the recent election the regular banking on. Pop), the Ohio murderers. democratic nominee carried what is Main Street, Stanford, Ky, m. Three lots on Cumberland Avenue, known as Bandall's district in Philadel Ix this democratic year of our Lord it " f near 19th, Middlesboro, sold to a Penn- phia by 3,000 majority, although opposed is not safe to concede anything to the resylvania man at ?300 a foot. jf jt takes the convention 7 days to hv an independent democrat and a re publicans. They have been claiming a brothor of Sam, the publican. Charles Jones, adopt a preamble and bill of rights, how solid, but the ofCalifornia's delegation evangelist, killed a negro in cold blood Charles Diamond, a professional col- - i0,, u i jt mkf jt to get through nnd ficial returns show that two democrats at Cartersville, Ga., this week. ored hotel thief, who robbed several peo- adjourn? The person guessing nearest are elected to Congress from that State I "rale t In Henry Smith, the negro who crimi- pie at Somerset, last summer, was arrest- - to the day will be presented with a pnrsa from the 1st and 2d districts. The offinally assaulted Mrs. Calhoun, at Wheel- ed at Nieholnsvillo Wednesday, where! 0f $1,000." cial count also gives the democracy aning, Ala., was hung by a mob. QUEENSW ARE has GROCERIES AiVD Tlio gubernatorial surrmoinu he had recently been operating. He be-- ! other member from Michigan and if this A Maryland woman, the wife of longs in Nashville. been arranged so that the pnrajdrnt pro Olneswaro, Tinwnro, ifco. republicans will not thing keeps up the Allmau, has just given birth to her Treasurer Huston reports that the tnioro of the Semite, who is to be ekr- havo enough representatives in Congress John Has on hand a supply ol canned goods of every description, 22d child, 13 of whom are living. net ordinary revenues ot me govern- - ' ttl hy that body, shall net as governor to demand the yeas and nays. The iron bridge across the Cumber- ment during the fiscal year were $103,- when neither the governor nor lieuten- - innccaroni, beans, prunes and in fact everything found in n first clus The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette land at Barbourville has been completed. 0S0.0S2, over $10,000,000 more than the nut gjvornor are qualified. grocery. Tobacco and cigars a specialty. ConfectiuiKnci, nuts, feet long and cost $15,000. Delegate Miller is developing into raisins, &c, in year before.butthe republicans havo got states that John G. Carlisle's "pressing It is great variety. Give my Nudavene, something new. A. H. Smith, of New York, a very ten rid of it ami more besides. the funny man of the body. A record business engagements" which kept him a trial. A mob at Thomasville, Ga., sclied maker wanted to stop the practice of from attending the Thurman banquet devout church member, has confessed ing members their per diem while in Newport, aud that that he obtained $350,000 from his firm John Simmons, a negro, on his return was a card party real reason that he failed to attend and others by forgeries. from the penitentiary for raping Miss they were oil attending to their own the .GO TO. Harvey Broughton and a man Mattie Stuart, cut his throat and loading business, when Mr. Miller laid him out was that he did not want to sit next to Cleveland around the named Gibbs fought with knife and him with stones threw him in the creek. with a remark that brought down the board. The absurdity of the story fur- pistol at Jellico. Gibbs was fatally shot There is entirely too much of this lynch llou&e. He is not the first mini by several that Mr. Miller has given the grins nishes its own denial and renders it un and Broughton badly cut. ing business done down South E. 11. SUihlman, third vice presiCongressional District of .and wu hopo hu M"' continue to show for the senator to notice it. necessary The Third "3IOKKI. CKOCKKY" dent of the L. k X., has resigned and Missouri lays claim to the ling as the the demagogues up in their true light. The oilicial returns from the bloody Judge W. J. Wood, of Evansville, has banner democratic district of Missouri, Tho con. con. has spent the last few- - I'or Canned I'mits. Vegetables and Meat of all kinds, Cream Cheee, Crackers, Maccaroni, Pickles, Hominy, Sauces, Olives, Mince Meat. 11th are at last all in and they show that been appointed in his stead. Complete oilicial returns give Congress days discussing the question of pardons, John Henry Wilson pulled through with Pnddine, Dried Fruits, Primes. Raisins, Currants, Nuts and Candies'. Chief of Police V. M. Hill, of Mid- man Dockev a minority of t,AA over by the governor, with a view to prohib- 3.70S plurality, although Harrison car- dlesboro, arrested Ella Oolon, alias Gan, was iting the practice of extending clemency Pat Kennv. In 1SSS lus majority ried it by 9,400. The total vote was, colored, who killed Tom Gan with a 3,071, which was considered phenomo- - before conviction. During tho delmh', Also plnin and fancy Glass and Quecnsware, Lamps and Lanterns of 0.G12; Howard, 5,901 ami Chest- knife lat-- March, at Flat Lick. every description. Wilson, ' Mr. Burniim, of Madison, made the nal. nut, whom Brer. Ituckor called himself The census bureau reports that DanThe divocre suit of Capt. O'Shea statement that Commonwealth's attor to order and nominated for the prohibi ville' indebtedness is with availa- against his wife because of adultery with Ilt.ys pardoned more wealthy men before He is now receiving nnd opening the largest and finest stock of Holiday Goods and 'loys ever brought to this market. tionists, 311, 90 of which he got in Pu- ble resources of $11,2S0. Richmond has Mr. Pamell. the Irish leader, resulted in conviction than did the governor. If laski. Wilson carried all the counties no debt and its resources are $3,000. evidence show any oue doubts the truth of Mr. B'h. a divorce in his favor, the but Bell. A freight train went through the ing that they had been guilty repeatedly statement ho has only to examine the bridge over the Kavv river, at Kansas of the oirense. is said that public court records and see how many cases It is the hight of absurdity to talk of City. It is known that four persons sentiment is so It strong against Pamell are "filed away" with no reason given holding the convention to nominate can- were killed, while mauv others are miss- that he will have to resign. thereor. Tho convention might put a didates for State offices in Jauuary. The ing. Cleveland limit on the power of that olficial. wliile Mr. Springer says con. con. will not havo decided by that Ever since the ignominious deafeat v ill be nominated, "no matter whether circumscribing those of the governor. time what offices are elective and when of Delamater and Quay in Pennsylvania, or not. He can car the election shall be held. Next June is the story has been floating out that both New York wants it Michigan, Wiscons'n ' Siiavixo With Vaskmsk. A friend of ry Illinois, Indiana, time enough for the convention, that is of them were to turn and rend Don CamIowa, Nebraska and come noar carrying mine a few months ago told mo how to if the Frankfort tea party will have ad- eron. The whole easily have painlessly, and Judge Jackson, of the L", S. court, Kansas and Minnesota. tariff reform shave sIhivihIand journed by that time. never in a barber's shop since, Northwest is with us on the fined Julius Winter, Jr., the Louisville The plun is to use oil or grease instead Tin: Glasgow Times says that Will tailor, $25 and costs for neglecting to idea, and it has come to stay.'' Courier-Journais not so sure after all that Bill of soap to prepare the chin and soften the It Hull is back on the obey a summons to serve as a juror, or Chandler will steal front the democrats bjird. Vaseline is the most convenient for which he left temporarily to be agent for go to jail if not paid. of New Hampshire their United States and it should be rubbed in quite freely. Marlowe. The company has disJulia Leonidas M. Miller, the democratic "Caitnrlnb no well stUpUM to children Uiat Ctnrl nirm Colic, Ohnotlpntlnn, banded, owing to the serious illness of congressman from Oklahoma, is a full Senator. The democrats there are get- - Then with a keen razor shaving win be Koiirhtoiiiiuli. 1'lAirhci'H Krm'tiutoti, I rrcomim'iHl It as mx.Tlur to any prescription KlllH Wnniui, Kite nlo'P, bjhI pnliotn( illthe star. All the newspaper men will blooded Greek, the first man of that ting mad through and through, and un. done quickly ami without a suspicion of II. A Annuo, M. I., l.uoun to mo." rrMlon. be as glad to see him in the harness race who ever held a seat in the Con- der the lead of Frank Jones thoy pro- pain. At first I couldn't reconcile So. Oiforil St, UrooUyn, N, Y. Wi thuut Injurious mtillcatlon. Ill make things lively and interest-- 1 silf to doing without the orthodox lather surprised at his gress of to again as they were the United States. Til Cvttivh CoMPAxr, 77 Murrajr Stnvt, :f. y ing for Chandler and his robber coinpan-- 1 nnd used soap after tho vaseline had been freak of casting it oil. A Mrs. Outhwaite, living near Alton, a iplied. But the soap really is unnecesions. Corpoual Taxskii should thank his Mo., is said to have given birth to six and shaving with oil or vaseline is The monthly bulletin of tho fcuue sa-living children within a period of 21 stars that Harrison kicked him out of weather service for October shows that cleaner as well as pleasanter, and what the pension office. His position as com- hours, and it is further reported that the the mean temperature for the month is more to the point, there is no irritamissioner paid about J5.000 a year. Im- mother and the litter are all doing well- - was 55, the highest being 87 on tho tion whatever to the skin. (.Jlobu t. T. V. Powderly was GO TO- Grand mediately on being ordered down and 12th, and the lowest L'3 on tho 31; this hung out his shingle as pension Master Workman of the Knights of out he normal. The rainThere are ,L'00 building and loan asami voluntarily reduced his salary of is slightly below the claim agent and it is stated that he has fall of the month was 2AH inches. There sociations in the United States supported $5,000 to $3,500 per annum. Even this, already made $197,000. two hail storms by the middle and poorer classes of sothough, seems a good deal more than he were two thunderstorms, snow. It rained ciety. These organizations control prop- FOK and two slight falls of Reed's democratic opponent for Con- is worth. erty valued at !3.'0,000,000, into which, on 10 days, was cloudy 11 and clear 11. to coutest his seat, Card-weEd Jones, who called T. M. gress has decided not Stoves, Stoves, dm ing 1600, it is estimated there will be Vases, out of the court room at Harrods-bur- g but will lay before Congress the peculiar CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. paid $75,000,000. The first building asMods, Stove methods by which the bulldozer and after cursing and abusing him election The office of Secretary of State isalso sociation was organized at Philadelphia Also full line of Hardware. was returned to Congress. Even if there tried to stick a knife in his vitals, conWe make a specialty of Cutlery. Sole in 1.S31. In 10 years from that time 50 is no contestant, it appears that Reed tinued to curso him after being brought to be elective. agents for the Celebrated Queen Shears every pair warranted. The convention has adopted a clause were established in that city, and at this We also handle a full line of ought to be turned out on general prin- into court and Judge Russell sent him Queenswarc and Groceries and guarantee giving the legislature the right to pass a timo in Pennsylvania over$18,000,000an-nuallto jail for n year. ciples. our prices to be as low as anybody's. Try our "O. K." Lard, best are saved by tho workiuginen It is said that the death of Lt. Jame- law requiring compulsory education. in the world. 1,010,270 to lTC06t the government C. M. Clay, Sr., petitions the body lo through this method. son, who bought a little girl hud gave its money this year. It could be her to the African cannibals to see them lessen the number of grand and petit print An inch of rain on a square yard of done for less than half that amount on eat her, and sat making sketches of the jurors and provide for majority verdicts, surface represents a fall of 10 lbs. You feel tired Do you kuo-cylinder presses, but the printers and hideous sK'ctac!e, was directly duo to The convention has created a new or gallons. On an nce it cor what It means? You are s shall be done the grief and anxiety caused by a full pre68inen demnnd that it re elective office, that of a commissioner of responds to 22,02- -' gallons, or 100 and a Why? You cough in the presses, and those in alization of his position. entirely on hand agriculture and labor ttitistics, a sort of fraction tons. One hundred tons per morning Do you realizo the cause: authority are afraid to ignore it. J. B. McPherson, stock agent or a sop as it were thrown to the farmer inch per acre is a ready way of remem YournppetiteisjKwr AVlmtmakes the Kentucky Central, while attempting element. bering this. The quantity of rain falling it so? Ybu seem liko a changed It seems a settled fact that Don Dick to unload stock, was run over by a the Commit- at any one time or placo is measured by It is pretty certain that jerson to your friends Do you ereon will bo elected U. S. Senator from Chesapeake and Ohio engine and freight tee on Kducation will report against the menus of a " or "pluviomet .i know what is tho matter, or has Michigan. The legislature will subsidy granted the ter," a description of which may be tho chango been so graduul it has other Sen- car, at uovington, and nail botu legs cut continuance of tho the State and 6ecuro the off at thu knees, besides being otherwise A. & M. College and it is hoped that the found in anv work on natural escaped your notice? ator in 1S95. The delegation in Con- injured. Ho died the same night. report will be adopted. ten democrats to one re gress will stand -C, There was a suit for divorce filed yes After a long and tedious debate the A You havo Consumption W publican. The largest advertisement in the world take from the govterday nnd one license to marry issued. convention refused to "Wo do not say this to frighten is that of the Glasgow News, cut in the spite of the opposition of the al- This how leaves the county clerk's ollice ernor the power to pardon before con- shape of flower beds on tho sido of a hill you, but it Istmo. Theso nro tho Biiro symptoms of this terrible disease, There In of pardon ho shall is ono thing which will check it and that is liance, Gov. Gordon was elected U. S. one ahead for the week of six days end- viction. In all cases in Scotland. The words, Glasgow News, on the first ballot. ing last night. The remarkable unanim- file with each application a statement of can be seen and plainly read a distance of Senator from Georgia decision thereon, It U recommendod by the beat phrlclan In Europe and America. This puts another rebel brigadier in the ity of untying tho married knot as fast the reason for his open to public in- four miles; the length of each letter is 10 feet; the total length of the lino 323 feet; which shall always be will take the place of Sena- as it is tied is btcoming interesting. gaddle. He the area covered by letters, feet. Henderson Gleaner. W. H. HOOKER & CO.. 46 West Broadway, New York. spection. tor Brown, who declined W. F. WALTON. al An employe of the Senate document room, E. P. Cunningham, who is a relative of the late John A. Logan. wtatinto tho White House and obtainingontranco to President Harrison's room, began to villify and abuso him for being the cause of the republican defeat. He finally ap plied to him the vilest epithet known to the lanimace of rowdies, when lie was seized and hurried to jail. The president made no eiloit to defend himself by word or act, but grow as pale as a sheet. Cunningham is the same fellow who, in 1SS3, during Cleveland's reign, fired oil' a big cannon in front of the White to the House to celebrate the United States Senate of John A. Logan. He was arrested then and several republican papers tried to make a martyr of him, a Cincinnati sheet going so far as to take up a public subscription for him. What do thev think of him now? Kx-Mn- yor Wm. Kaye, of Louisville, is dead. The Louisville Store. ENORMOUS ASSORTMENT- Our prices speak plainer than words. That the people appreciate oar many a tractions is piainu aemonstratea. daily cr owds that hare visiting oar store where oar $15,-00- - post-ollie- Dry Dress Cloahs, Shawls, Blankets, Clothing, JJats, Caps, Boots, Trunks and Carpets will found embracing the latest Novelties of Style and, .Materials at prices perfectly astonishing. Inunence shipments new received in the past few dais trill dy for your inspection. Our unprecedented success this scaso'n has allow us sett goods $01,-lOd.O- ll time-serve- record-maker- LESS PROFIT THAN EVER BEFORE. on an article de.-erti- ng The greater our sales the less our margin of prof its. Our ma. vim, has governed us from our infancy in business, calculate how chcapli ire and, has won for us thousands can sell on or tide is still adhered This quite contrast from the old fogy idea, how muck can of friends. Look at the values in our Dress Department for this only: at worth 00c oJfinches wide Ladies' inches wide iard; Plaid Novelty Serges at 55c, worth, a turd. and all other mill ?sold at reduced prices, Bcmr.mber and gel as man chances possible handsome Plush. Parlor Set which will given aivay Christmas at ma THE LOUISVILLE SAI,INKR, Maunder. STORE I -- - J. W. RAMSEY, HARDWARE, frh I id-lo- w A. A, WARREN'S . j t j 1 I l, Infants and Children. - - my-pos- e y, l)em-ojra- -- La-b- HIGGINS & M'KINNEY'S Cooking Fire Sets, ll Jleating Boards. Coal Coal y 71-1- 00 1 07-1- 00 WHAT v ner-vou- YOU "rain-gauge- JPiAILS ''- philodo-phy.-C.-- J. If MflllfiATr Wgr llMlW fill UUl 1 DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY. 7 f M A -- mt- -- fnm -- ?;.-j-"---"r fvvr-,-f- t" ' T'f'Tryiil1 MPll"J"y!iWff j mmmamsmoGKsaKSKtam bmaaaana Semi-Week- ly A monster grape vine nt Athens, HiMNtrr' Hominy, now nutl fresh nt to live with him, whether sho llnds it Ga., which covers more than J of an pleasant or not. Mark llimlin's. Another Kentucky girl has llown acre, lias been known to produce enough HmiiKsT cnHli price puiil for Iiiilus ami tho track after all tho preparations had grapes in a single year to maxe 100 galSrANFOHi), Ky.,- Novkmhki; 21 , 151)0 f1U8 m M. r. Klkin & GVh. been made to marry and eloped with tho lons of wine. The cattle innrket is steady, with Wnnro wull pp'piirod toslniiKhU'rlioKH man of her choice. Miss Rose Williams Rest shippers !; clinrj-faro r0 ctH. n a belle at Ashland ran oil and married n prices unchanged. MttnnKor for tlio public Our F. feeders 2J to .'J J; hogs are oil counter hopper, on tho day she wna to butchers Klkin . Co. lieiul duliwriMl. M. esjt. with prices ranging from wed a rich cattle rancher from tho to 3f; sheep Tin: beautiful npell of fall weather that MEANS BUSIHESS. The date of the marriage of Lol. Sjtrongnt2j to 4i b Lisley'H Hart Wallace ran a dead John II. Fish, of I'ineville, to Miss Ar Pay your nccomitfl I tiumu you. A. wo are now enjoying is promised at thur, of Williamsburg, has been fixed heat with Id Hull at Nashville Monday Gen. lireely to last ovor to runny. J. and in the run-o- il' for the 27th, thanksgiving day, wo the latter won; dis Watch us mid jewelry repaired and least. becMiso John wants to einplmsi.e tance of a mile; time : Wallace A. H. l'l'imy. warranted. l'ou ItuNT. Tho desirable residence his thankfulness for winning so beauti- Bold o 2 in the poolH. TiiKbeHt place to buy drills, pnU-u- t And Full of the Best Goods on the Market. We are still Sole Mrs. mculniieM ami toilot articles is ai a. " on Main street now occupied by ful ami so lovely a woman. As sho is a James I'ndenvood bought in MadiMoKinnoy. Apply to J. J. Me- liettie Pciiiiy'h. Agents for the Celebrated Catholic tho ceremony will lie solemn- son county 0 mare mule colts at S7S and Huy your hcIiooI ImokH, ink, Uiblutfl. ltoberts. . ized by Father Jerome Frye of that one brood mare for $110. Ho sold to papeir, pencils and school tmpplics of all I ligglnlwthiun, of Garrard, Tun daily papers say that Richard cjiurch. a bunch of kiudtifroin A. H. IViuiv. , who, wo cattle at l cents. fat 3 year-olFashion-altlf- t Thurmond, of Stanford, John 11. Ciiah. A Son, "The "church affairs.--" is a colored man, has beou grunted J. C. Woodward, of Knoxville, ClothliTB." with Wiiinimitker . Also a Large Assortment of Urown. riiiludflpliia, and Urowniiitf, a puusion. formerly of this city, sold to Z. Klder J. (5. Livingston will preach KiiiK A I')., New York, in addition to K. Simmons, of this city, his magnificent Co.Mit to hoaihjuarteiH for forolirn and a Thanksgiving sermon at Mt. Moriah tlielr present ntllru and wilwmwiir' mi WOFtfEN'8 AND CHILDREN'S farm of 100 acres on the Maysville pike MEN'S, College Sipinro, Main Street, will occupy domestic fruits, cukes, iiuulles and nutB church at 11 o'clock on tho J7th. tliu hecotnl llixir of the Vim Awhile Rev. T.J. Godbey will preach the for 150,000. Lexington Leader. In any In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard liiiildlnu next year. Six uf the larsenl of all kinds. Fresh oysters sorvod Hon. J. S. Owsley has weighed the union Thanksgiving sermon at the Chrisand wetiUlilent Ivintern Wholesale ami style at all hours. S. S. Myers. 100 head of cattle sold some time ago to Screwed. tian church. Services at 11 o'clock. Itutnil I twiil v M.nlo and Fine .Merchant W'iiiu: in Frankfort to dollviir Will The amount appropriated for foreign 12. W. Lee. Forty of thorn averaged l'irniH will be represented UVillnrlnu cfc , of wimples of pounds, and one weighed 2,lo0, while HTAITD with iinmense-lineShoriir T. missions by the general missionary comTontrrs to tho and DmueNtii' Fabrics. averaged 1,000, and brought 1). Nowlaml settled with thu auditor and mittee of tho Methodist church, in ses- the lot Hand-TurneGoodyear Welts, in fact almost everything needed in It was a splendid lot and Mr. received his quietus for taxes for the sion at Koston, is $510,007. POINTS." PERSONAL year 1SW). The Christian church at Sholbyvillo Owsley thinks he ought to have gotten the Boot and Shoe line. Miss C.v iiuik Ltii.is has had a slijilitnt-tnchaving been renovated nnd improved at least $100 more for it. Tin: Odd Fellows have agreed to let greatly, will be rodedicatod next Sunof warlatetni. A fairly good crowd attended Mrs. 12. R. Jones' sale Tuesday and good pricVili.Sk kiusi k is in tho city buying the KplsroMl congregation have their day by Klder C. V. Williamson. hall two days or nights in a month at gofHls for his llrm. Miss Frances 12. Willard, who has es were realized. The household and ?jr a year, which is exceedingly liberal been active in agitating for the admis- kitchen furniture ami farming utensils A C. SINT Mils. J. A. Mtii returned from j N Mr.XEFEE. on their part. yesterday. sion of women to the government of the brought satisfactory prices; horses $7" to Mil. John M. II wl and family ate Tim dealers say that turkeys are so Methodist church, is credited with an $173; brood mares $00 to $200; yearling steers $10; fat heifers M cents; shoats moving to town thi.s week. sciirco there won't bo enough to go ambition to be elected bishop. Hit. 1). L. Fiiy loft lust night for Hickhoirs ;i.2-l- milk cows$20 to $20; corn Roy. J. I. The Climnx says that around Thanksgivine, but tho farmers bized The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. ory, N. C, to visit hi.s homo folks. S protracted meetings in tleld $l.'.i"i; hay per ordinary say this is all bosh and that there nru Wills has held Mil. Jack Saitlky, of Monticullo, wis any number in the country. since July with a total of 1.7.2 additions stack $15. SASH, Jos. Haas has bought about o.oOO LUJIUER, alivoat last auoounts, hut very low. to the chunhes. Ho is now engaged in CJEIX.ING, IMM)ZS, Tiii'-HI'O burnt cork artists in the a meeting at Frocdom, from are Mum. M. isAMMihii has returned Garrard county. tnrkoys during tlie past few weeks at (IJ to 7 cents per pound. KJLEXI5S, F. W. Hand-maVreelaml trouM and some of them nru SHINGLES, rwnvered In health. SII1IKG, Ixuisvillo fullv Ionise Montague, tho former withdrew the 101 acres of land adJ. 1'. Jonix, n prominent stock trader the equals of any that have ever appear"?10.000 beaut v," has created a Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. ed before tho footlights. They give a derided snsntiou in religious circles in vertised by him at $S1. 75. He gave $i'0 of Pulaski, was in town Wednesday. Mnw Licxik Uryajst, af Somerset, lm ctipitnl show. It sura to attend. San Francisco by joining church and throe years ago. J. M. Quisettberry sold & WOVEN FENCE. his farm of 1511 ncres in the Wet I2utl Wen thcguosl f Mrs. Mark Hardin. Thh directors of the Stanford A la- devoting herself entirely to works of pie- for $11,000 cash. George Givens bought 1'. W. Gkuhn whs in UincmnaU this We carry a full stock of everything found in a gan's Creek turnpike have decided to ty and chnrity. ' week bit ving now fitrnitiiro for his A car containing a chancel, altar, Monday of Mr. Rupel 5 cotton mules at wait till next April to build the roid $10. Wyatt Hughes sold to Mock & thou save the extra cost of a winter lmptismal font and organ, a regular Ronta one hundred barrels of corn at from Koine, and Chow has J A wry good idea indeed. church on wheels, is boing built at the Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract In a laud construction. da., where hu is interer-to. K I'lilhnan car works for a Dakotu Kpisco- - $2.2-- ) in the field. John Tewniey & Son bought a of sugar mules at Row- for building com ii.in v MXE & MKXKl'HK, Stanford, Ky. Niixt week will bo a lirolv one with jml bishop. The car will be used for Capt. It. Miv Limik DrsN, n pretty IWiylo th voonr folks, A ilinot will bu en giving tho smaller towns ami s ling Green this week at $135. o unity blonde, is visiting .Mtes Anwio joyed Wedmiy night, tho "V. A. M." in the diocese the benefit of I). Logan bought last week in Washington county 4 feeders averaging l,iJ70 Miss Maytue Lynn's, church horvicofl. will enUrUin at llaiiKliinau ST7 K 51 nrri spa a SPi iZTfc FT3 w31 v&iS saraa Mas. (). J. Cnow went to IlrodliMid to Thitrsiay night, and Vreeland's pul- pounds, at 3..'!0. Tho cattle market was Rev. T. J. Godbey will lilt his man H Esa 9 ffl Osa Bra Lm K E 1 Vsnliook, P Mr. J. will furnish music and fun Friday pit here next Sunday. He tells us that considerably oil Monday from last court he her prites ranging from 2 to 3 cents, and the who is hick. night. the meeting at MeKendroo is progressWatch Inspector L. & X. R. R., dealer in Mnh. J. S. Hi'MikRY. of Springflokl, Is ing favorably ami much interest is being rain interferred with street sales. One Wils Jknninms, cbargwl with numer- aroused. Ituv.S. A. Day, of Lexington, is lot of Kaustts mule colts sold at $10 per the k'licht of bar jmronts, Mr. ami Mr. ous murders in Hiirlau county and else- doing Uie preaching and the meeting head. Mative mules and horses sold It ('. F.iigtuinati. where, who has bun in jail here since will Mikmm Makv anhMjummmictWalkkii, last over Sunday at least. There readiiv at $7o to $150. Advocate. ' la&t summer, was taken for to Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. to visit of (larrnrd. will arrive have been two additions to date. Tho "Carette," a diminutive street car trial Tuesday, by SlieriirJ. 11. l'earl and Mrs. J. J. McltoburUi. In the last issue of the Western without a track, has been in use in Chi C. M. Randall, a change of venue having Mas. A. It. I'bnny is spending a Recorder will he found some resolutions cuko forseveral weeks. Tlie "caretto" is with her father, Mr. G. G. Hoono, been secured. of tho Tennessee State Raptist Convenlicjit and easy in motion and no jolting I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) in the country. Tim old guntloman Is WbakhnA Wkaiikn. Having bought tion on tKe temperance question which or discomfort was felt in ridine, in it pint Mr Kinney, we we commend to thecireful perusal of the aloiij; the part cobblestone paving of out the firm of lliggins Miss IIonkywo6i IIirrMAN, of will begin busiuefs at their old stand on rantankerotiB people, who want to do by Chestnut street. It avoids delays or to Memphis the 1st day of Jan. 1M1, and invite not legislation what the church can only passed through blockades, and stops at the curb to reTucsd.iV to upond tho winter with her only all old customers uf tho firm, but successfully accomplish. Tho resolu- ceive and dischargo passengers. -HIt seats s.sicr. Mrs. John II. Itobson. tho public at large to give us a fair trial. tions oppose the adoption of anything 20 persons and is drawn by two horses Pit. l.KiviHHii)H that we were mistaken M. K. that will in any way be reasonably inter- and has a conductor and driver. W. II. Wiiaron. dipreted into converting the Raptist dein our noticoof Mr. John O. Noal's Caition. The enviable reputation of nomination into a political machine, sease. He took him to Dr. Palmer for XKW ADVEItTISEM ENTS. . exauiinatiou only and he (mind tho di- Hindi's famous waterproof boots and looking to low or high license, to local, was enlargement of thu prostrate shous has induced crude imitations to State or National prohibition, and its sease t is improving slowly. spring up nil over tho country and rep- ministers are requested not to identify gland. The pat Is Receiving His resented iti tho same, or "as good as themselves with outside organizations to We have thmdny, N"oemWr 19, 19. , settled in CITY AND VICINITY. Huell's." Iok out for the liuell trade their injury, but devote their titno to full wiih Mart Smith for hit Mill and hae a receipt to show it. mark. Stagg i: McRoberts. preaching the morality of the gospul, KCE1II.KR HROS.. I. a nt) Cans and sago at Mark liarCral Orchard, Ky. 70 it confident the solution of this particular din's. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give him a call. AiitftTTKD. Clayton Roaid, of feature of intemperance,, as well as all Judge whs acquitted by produce, wanted. A. T. A i.i. kinds-ofor his part in the fight in the Myers intemperance, is in the constant, persisNunnelley. Mr. tent and never ceasing business of Iloiisw barroom Saturday night. " r I Fale John Fnrris was sick Rem). Trypliomi hair restorer for to be preaching repentance toward God and A FARM OF ABOUT 200 OR 250 ACRES. present and his trial was setifor Saturday. faith toward our lxird Jesus Christ. bv J. J. Thompson. Will cvprct party to ukem prt payment a rich, level J arm in shernliti manty, Katis, at $w 5" Mr. Roard was uccomiidiiiud by W. R. CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. perai.ro. Uive description i uiui FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. .aorevi Taki; your eggs to Joe S. Jones' and Allin, Marshal Will Waggoner and Phil If i!0 t2, llurnside, Ky ? gel It) eta. Opposite I'ortman House. ' Roard. C. L. Crow sold to 15 W. (.livens Molasses, Coffee, Syrups, Tea, Money, I. M. I5R1TCK, Sugar, Middle golding for $1"0. Higgins iys I)o't forget that J. Thikvls. entered thf brick meat house K. T. Pence bought of John Cash S Lard, Klour, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, price for hides of S. W. Gi veils, Saturday night, and Salt, Meal. the highest cash market STABLE, AND iI"D SALE cattle at ' cts. and furs. or so helped themselves to a A. F. Moborlv bought of William STANFOIID.KY. FARINACEOUS GOODS: open this morning tlfty new nice hams. Tho entrance was ellectcd Kenton a gelding for $130. by removing tho brick iroiu tho wall, SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL iloaksnnd jaekeLs. Come uarly. SevCheese, Maccaroni. Flavoring Fou Sale. A registered Jersey bull, travelers Horse and mules bought and sold. Spices, Extracts, which necessitated a good deal of work. erance i Son. 15 months old. J. U. Carpenter. a horsesand vehicles used in livery Only Citron, Figs, Prunes, Raisins, Currants, was visited the Mr. Ciivens' Silas Anderson sold to Hiatt, of A rr.v nice combination dress patterns Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, same night and his roosts relieved of a Parlor and Hall Lamps, which will be sold regardless of cost to largo number of fleshy fowls that were Rockcastle, a bunch of fat heifers at 2 Oueensware and Tinware. cents. close. Severance A Son. no doubt being fattened for thanksgivsold 20 bbls. Judge Stephon liurch I hcrvliy warn all persons against trespassing ing. game of any farm form, A n.MiY boy, wlio, wo understand, will de' on my cithur in anygun, dog hunting without my perof corn to Capt. Gaines Craig at or net, with kind, Mrs I Horace, arrived at Maud Misses Mary Rruco and Knitua livered. Whim: bo calle mission, as I uill prosecute them to the extent of the law. Owsloy were out horseback riding WedForest us Reid's this week. S. A. Middleton bought of H. II. W. P. CRIMES. 7o horse be- Ilronaugh and J. Kv. Carton a lot of on nesday afternoon, the hitter's Fob Rknt. Two good front rooms came frightened when near Mr. John shoats at 3 cts. second lloor, suitable for Biuall family, at Rright's and took out at a break-necHeazley Hros. bought of Kd Carter J. R. Alford. $7 per month. sneed. Miss Hmina was unable to hold 23 ewes at $4 and a gelding of I). W. managed to keep her seat till Dunn for 130. Thosk wishing pictures taken befoto him, but f ONE NIGHT ONLY, Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass,Wall te was reached. Here tho ex mo by tho Gaines Bros, bought of various parthe holidays will greatly oblige Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, calling at as early date as possible. A. cited horse broke through the gate and ties in the vicinity of Alton 200 6tock throw the rider to the ground with great hogs at 3 cents. Anderson News. J. Karp, Stanford. Jewelry and Silverware. force. It seemed a miracle that sho was L. C. Dunn, of the West Knd, sold Rented. A. T. Nunnelley hns rented not killed, but fortunately, except a num- to Thompson, of Lexington, 3 geldings C. W. VREELAND'S J. N. Menefee's new livery Btnblo on ber of bruises and a few scratches, she for 5725. Tone lliimi sold to same party Ol'ERATIC $:HV5 a year, which In Depot street at was unhurt. The little lady was scared ono for $180. Tho Best Railroad and hulls above. nearly out of her wits, though, and it eludes tho rooms Fou S.n:. Kighteen US) good cot 3 will likely be some titno before she at t3 ton yearling mules, thirteen (13) of o Mia. Colmits wants tho public to re- tempts . i 3 another ride. m will be open I. Letcher, Paint 0 which are marcs. W. member that tho 3 3 Lick. Garrard county, Ky. only from 2 to :i p. m. on Sundays hereP Including the Popular Comedian, Vocaliit and n MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. " Q. Dancer, o Sam Owens bought of Benzley Bros., .2 o 3 after both for tho delivery nnd dispatch n hogs at 4 cents. 15 head of John Kusfell Young, 0 Q of mails. Mr. LARRY McAVOY, 3 m to China and at present on the editorial IIo also bought a lot of same from Wil- And America's Representative 5' d HumnSoMUTiMicago the time lock on tho force of tho Herald, and Mrs. M'try Da- liam Burton at samo price. Ert "3 n S 3 orist, W rt got out of llx First National Rank safe vids were married in New York WednesJ. C. ami Monto Fox bought of Mr. ARTHUR DEMING, to be cut out with u day. and the doors had Oattfl Bros., of Wayne, 30 extra good P 2 3 "j; And cold chisel. It was then sent to thu facMr.and Mrs. Ilenrv Kookor, of feeders at 3 cents. They also bought in S 2 for repairs und Wednesday it was tory ln., who celebrated their golden Garrard and Boyle 00 of same at 2J to 3 20 Foorloss Porformoro 20 returned to the bank looking in even wedding a few days ago, have not bad a centH. 5 8 Presenting a l'rotr unite ol Extraordinary Merit. better condition than over. Levi Wentworth bought 700 turdeath in their family in all that time. They have six children, 14 grandchil- keys at 7 cents per pound on foot. There Grand Mil'tny Dri'Itand Exercises; o Hv the pulling out of a draw head 0 a Artistic llase 1UU Tableau Clog; U 2 O dren and four were 500 cattle on tho market Monday. Mammoth Song and Dance 3 a. loaded coal cars of freight train M, i.ee n Mrs. Frances Uracken, of Simpson Those sold brought 2 to 3J; 115 yearWatts, conductor, were ditched near county, who although but 17 married a lings, 1,000 to 1,100 pounds average, EVERYTHING NEW, NOVEL & ORIGINAL. J. S. WELLS, Ph. Q. Preao. Oik. Tho B.H. DANKS, Jeweler, Williamsburg Wednesday night. brought 3 to 3.15; fat hogs brought 3J to Magnificent Dally Street Parade by Entire Coin 100 feet and mar of 70, a few months ago, has altrack was torn up for about pany, delayed ready tired of her bargain and brought 33. No trades in mules or horses. Reserved seats three days in advance at Mc. the Southbound passenger was Main Street, Opp. STANFORD, Ky Roberts' Drug Stoic. for divorce. She ought to be mad Georgetown Times. suit Nobody was hurt. 5 or 0 hours. I Interior Journa. - j BOOTS X b.o,wauton, bus. :; .'5 Our sup-poa- o 11-- 10 1 Stoek is Now Complete Buell Waterproof Boots, 1 sup-lose- d Ten-nosse- e, SHOES, For-oi- n peuitt-ntlnry- SEWED MACECIITE SEWSD, d, k STAGG- & McROBERTS. Hon-nievil- lo 2.-- U ; Stanford Lumber Yard, I.ATII, FLOORING, Fore-patig- h n Manufacturers of WiRE SLAT 1k-te- 1 FIRST CJCASS LUMBER "rL'R.T. rj" IMI Ml car-loa- d settle-ment- MIn-stre- ls son-in-la- f 93 a J IIIMCHES, MS AHQ iEWELRY. to-da- y few-day- s fuur-seor- e. Lin-caste- r, ITotioQ. igf:totlHif .4.RUPLEY,- - FALL AND WINTER GOODS. liar-rodsbur- g, Car-Bi- n f Fine and Staple Groceries, I . half-doxc- Lira, firtt-cl- " lien-hous- o POSTED. Jo MABK HARDINf. k Walton's Opera House. DRUGS and JEWELRY HAMFJUM 5 7 i toll-ga- Friday, Nov. 28th. .u WATCffiL Watch. -- post-olllc- e MINSTRELS, !l!acl-Face- 323-poun- d u 9 ,, x a a, 1 IBBisSiiflF n 'W. B. MoEOBEKTS, Court-Hous- Ujt.fttfpt ss irr Tlie "Bill of Bights" as finally electrician with his young son, who was Lear, daulitcr of Klijnh Lear, were maradopted by tho new constitution tinkers, about to begin work as olllco boy iu r jartr v.v4.riiH3rkjWsFv $q j?kii VMSA.re.iy ried at the home of the bride, in this is a remarkable document. It staita out well known business house. The father rWhen not o paid S2.50 wilt be charged." Tuesday afternoon. They left county, by announcing tho fact that they have asked Kdison for a motto which the boy immediately for tho groom's home, in (Weekly Kdltion of the Colinn.rrinl t,attte ordained and established the constitu- might take to heart in his etrugglu for K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Lincoln county, where a reception was jZHv MX tion in order to secure to ourselves and promotion and success. After a mo-- i 1891 iJ leaves Rowland at 00 a. m., returning held. Train 1891 '.WM'HViliH to succeeding generations a continuance inent's pause, Ivlisou said, laconically, t 5:30 p. m " Capt. W. J. Kinnaird, of Middles-bor' snfcis-Kdison of the blessings of civil, political and "Never look at the clock!" To Old Frieuds and New Friends, is here. Mrs. Pattie Hays and L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Twenty miles the Shortest to religious liberty. It seems that they aie meant, we take it, that the man who is .Miss llessie Richards were here the first RKKKTINC: ,1130 am Matt train going North of the opinion that the adoption of tho constantly afraid ho is going to work ..... ...1 16pm of the week. Miss Liz7.ie Marksbury, of " " South The Weekly (iatetle has entered iipnn its vllt ,. 1159pm onstitution isall that is necessary to se- over time or over hours, doesn't stand a Volume with mark ut increaen thery in etrr) Making ditvit ionnetins in Cenlritl Union deExpress train " South am Lower Garrard, wup visiting in town ' North ...337 pot for liberal SHpnrt, which w chance of competing with the man who department and with n most ordUl .& 30 a m Wednesday. John Xewland, Stanford's cure these blessings. They then Local Freight North acknowledged with the apie Mtion St. Linus, MuhiKan 1'nints, Chicago, ...JJpm ' South. to recognize nnd establish tho great clears up his desk, no matter how long We have every auraiue we kno it to h a Delioit, Ili.lUlc, C'ltvrl.ti.1. tact that tho Weekly tSaielte is unsurpassed any eflieient marshal, was here Wednesday. The latter trains alo carry passengers, Indian ikI1s and the West, and essential principles of liberty nnd it takes. The carpenter who drops his where lor the cnnttnnt itcellvnce of In ctmtcnu New Fngtand, Cinada, The above is calculated on standard time, Solar "Brother" won't run. and for contains time is about o minutes faster free government, by declaring that all hammer, uplifted above his.head, when of sevencheapness. I IhhikIi it loss per the reatu New Yorlc, copy than daily sues, it iHI of flJoston, Mr. J. C. Hemingray in the C.-' It any kiiiiiiic uaiiy. une owltr aje.ris let man Washington, men are, by nature, freo and equal. tho whistle blows, is likely to remain a llaltimnie, Philadelphia, the loth, considers lion. W. C. P. Breck- is easy to i cent, a opy ami we pay the pootatrt. tiiicke.t time to llarredshurj;, Frankfort, Ky determine in what the freedom second-clas- s workman nil his hfo. The It is our steady aim to improve the Weekly Oa inridge as a greater orator than Demosll(i;iMA Shorten! and UUI.inou.i. possible ill reel ion. We consider of all men consists, but not so easy as to carpenter who stays 13 minutes to finish 'ctitvin everyexpense (Jul ki l line to tnts fir. I, the allerwarti thenes, Isocmtes, Cicero, Burke, Pitt, have mwre lull) than their equality. The charitable presump- a "job" is working toward a shop of his flic Weekly Clay, Webster, Calhoun and Kver-etFox, ever tion is that iu the use of the word men, own. The New of all Ihs! World, and as evidence of tho correctness of Solid Trains, bagga,;. cart, smoking cart and IROYAIMWV it was not intended to deny that women cosihot, Cullman itnudolr Sleepers through with The freshest and Fairest Market Knpott.; Tho Finest on Enrr.h. his opinion quotes one sentence in the nt ihanye via Chattan oj;j, llirmitij(ham, Mend are also by nature freo nnd equal. They The Ilet Articles for farmers 0. Ilortirnlturin. j The Cincinnati, Hamilton A- Dayton K K. is address of the orator at the Thurman direct coiitirtinti-- route 0r Knot Safety running Pullman's I'd re nnd Interesting; Matter for the lloubold, itn makinit declare first that all men have the right the only lineiraiu, with Chair, I'erlccledSleeping ville, A.hcville, L m.hiurg and pimils in the VcMibulcd I'.irlor, words. Banquet containing Attractive ami t'selul ItoidiiiK tor Ladle.; of enjoying and defending their livtp nnd Dining Car tervnc between Cincinnati, A Lisely Misses Altie Marksbury and Mamie Instructive Children s Department, ami Chicago ami is the only line and liberties. It is well to have this through Ktclining Chair Cars between Cln-- c Trustworthy IVditical News nnd Comment; Surrey are visitinu the Misses Moore, in declaration upon paper, as men, in the nnatl, Keokuk ml Springfield, lit. and Sleeping Choice, l'aecinatmg .Stories A the Finest I'oetry, At Chattanooga for AiUnts, Columbus, Wilming Lower Garrard. Matt Kllis, of Cincinna- exercise of their natural rights, may Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the Ion, Charleston, Aui;iiL, Mnron, Savannah, Mn.rllany that all will Ktijoy; Only Dlroct Lino Brunswick, Lake Cii) I lumusville and Fl.OII ti, wns here Tuesday. Jim Currey left overlook that of self defense and hence Ilctwcen Cincinnati, lllustruted Sketches, llriht Paragraphing , pnsnu Dtuun Limn, Tla!o, The enl line running solid trains with choir iVidnesday on his regular trip for n boot be the subjects of imposition, in cases the Lake Kcjiotnand Canada. r, it l s IK ii J Pullman itotidotr or Palace MtipiHL Car to Ja, k ihe road one of and shoo house in Cincinnati. Miss Mc- where the weak are forced to encounter Ohlound theisonl) hue the oldeit ill the State ol sontille without change lor any class of passen. entering Cincinnati over 15 WEEKLY PAPER Kr. or lwae. miles Donald, of l'lemiugsburg, is visiting at the strong. It is a comfort to know that more ol double trail, and from its ait rectus! can SPLENDID Selma and Mont(nmry, Ilunt.sille. Dciatur, than assure its patrons specs, comfort and Floremo, Memphis and AllKAN'SAS Hew J. C. Frank's. Judge M. II. Ows- we all safety nnit have the right of seeking and purV.iortDt and iiiukesttu nmslon Selma, Mo 1'icketson saleeteryuhere, and see that they ley went to Frankfort Wednesday to ar- suing made our safety and hnppiness. All we read C , II D . either in or out of Cincinnati, ONK DOL.L.AK A YEAH. Me Diiret cnnne.itons transferatforNl.W OK-LANS without omnibus Ulvctoa gue a case in tho Court of Appeals. J. have to do now is to seek and pursue Indianapolis or Toledo. Houston, Austin, E. O McCOKMICK. II. Brown is very much improved. He withcommondablo zeal, and safety and General Passenger and ticket Afent. To Agent we allow the l!e.t Terms jet offered TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Sample Copies Free. was in townWedneMlay. The only throuch line to Ifksonand uksurg. happiness will be attained without the A show of merit is certainly deserving Highest of Mis. Mi icvei rt I a , making lnit t mime, tlons A cream of tarter baling powder James Saunders, who resides near slightest inconvenience or trouble. They without omliil us traiisler l r Dallas .'it Worth, all In leavening strength. U a. Government Reof success, and we take pleasure in proport. Aug. 17, i89a Paint Lick, in Garrard county, came to declare also, in the fourth place, that, the Terms Daily Commercial Gazette: Austin San Antoma, LI Paul and points iu claiming to our readers that a better Lancaster last night for a physician, his people have the right of "freely commuTEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. SUNDAY. show never Bat behind tho footlights of wife being ill. Dr. Kinnaird couldn't nicating their thoughts and opinions." C. I'or triruuth rate. rre' t c mly maps and lull $14 00 Year get his horse out of the stable, and nt This is a magnanimous concession upon our cosy theatre, than Vreeland's Operat- 6 Months information call im Agtntai Inn ton l iit, Ky ...... of ic Minstrels. The town turned out en 1 Months .... HIANK V Wool I LY, oraddr... Is a O 'ilita for Auditor of the State . J J Saunders' request started on Saunders' the part of the convention to those who Trav Pass gt I emnctnn K. u' ct to the will of the Democratic party. . j mass, and tested tho capacity of the Monthfeat u day onl D I. LDUAKDS CC liAKVKY Dally .......... horse. Saunders followed on foot, but place! them in power, and tney tleserve t ii Vice Pretiuent (, A I' A , . house. The fire! imrt was modern iu v Clniirrsli O didn't overtake the doctor. He was well of their constituency for their liber- every A. S. OMITTKD respect, and the taste and talent found dead this morning, about a mile ality. True, the language is somewhat SURGEON DENTIST. Year ... $ 00 displayed in the selection of costumcri 6 Munths fronn town, his head being ou tho root vague in not defining to whom the citii en Office on Mam street, over W. I). McRoberts' stage settings and talent, certainly give Mnnths 00 Drug Store, Stanferd. of a tree, as though he was taken sick zen is permitted to communicate his Month t imi Ncopott News A Mississippi Valley Co , "K .' credit to the well known proprietor and Daily Sunday nl 00 Solid VestibuledTraint to and laid down to rest. The general thoughts and opinions, whether to his manager Mr. C. W. Vreeland, and Mage Address Philadelphia THK COMMKIICIAL 0 ZKH It CO R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. opinion is that he died of heart disease. immediate family or to the public gener- manager Mr. Larry McAvoy. The olio Cincinnati, Ohio Col. Bennett H. Young is said to bo ally. This is followed by tho startling Baltimore, Now York, DENTIST. man. In in announcement thnt all men have the consisted of many novel acts, among a versatile and many-sideAll points and Snuthrast which is a magnificently costumed Base House, viting Only uue night out Iroin l.etirirtin. Office on Main street, opiwsite Portman the constitutional convention to right of acquiring and protecting prop Ball Tableaux Clog, Uas given for painless upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Corrected lune ard in Mfeit an It. ity" (Quartette singing, partake of his hospitality at tho famous erty. This provision will, no doubt, extracting This notice forewarns huntrs, and Silence and Fun, Plantation Songs nnd others not to trespass on our lands fishermen per STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Titlly Xcrni without High Bridge at Tyrone, he reviewed prove quite a stimulus to the husiiivas Ves STA1IONS Daily Dailr Dances, etc. The performance terminat mission, as all such will lie prmecuted to the full iKtprestlK Snn.lEt Sur est 'stent ef the law Signed: tho history of bridge building from the enterprises of the State, and open tho ed with a very laughable afterpiece, and II W t.AINI.s B. DR. W. J II McKINNKY. Lvc ktantnrd. . ..... In ji n'nl 17 am it )i nn days of Babylon to tho present time. The eyes of those who have been in doubt IIIIIN t. LYNN. " l.silcloo sent everybody home iu the best of spir- Mrs tAMrUKIl IKWI.N, . 10 ptn 11 o tin 30 pm la1 tor part of his speech alone occupies a as to their right to accumulate Mrs ALICK ll'CKKR JOS DALLOU ' Winchester property its Syracuse Courier, Feb. 'J7, 'IK). At ; oo pm it j.m 6 40 pm W A IIVMILION 11IOS C HALL. " K. U. JsttiatisMi. full column of fine type and enters into and not have it taken from them by I S I'lHLLM" M C KKNol.DS. Mt Sterling, f to pm j pm 7 40 pm Walton's Opera House, Friday night, j I. IIKCK. OfEcelSoutH side .Mam street, in office recently Mrs Al ICL J II Altlll l AN. " Moreheuti detail as to all the styles of bridges force without tho right of resistance. Nov. as. Kn 9 pas L. K. HuftJiiin, Stanford. Ny. n fn vacated by;Dr. V M.WAKK K. II CiXiPKK, ' Olive 141 J JI poW A COFFKY Mr. M A MAR I IN. known to the world. Ho said that "in The right of assembling together in a " Ashland pm $ 15 pm lo JO 11. F ATWOOD J I IIKICK, KOllKKI IIAKNLTT " Catletisurg. ,. J.J.ALLEN 41 l J jo pm Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve the midst of beautiful Babylon nearly peaceable manner for their common good, W P MKIMr.s " Huntington . n 1 pm i t .n The lest salve in the world fur cuts, bruises, Lve HunliHfloH. .. It j am . rs of a century before the is vouchsafed to the people in section 0, seres, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, & ATWOOD, letter, chapArr Chrlcta ... U " CHfion Fore. Christian era. the Assyrian engineers and they are also given to understand ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crop 7 J tions and positivel) cures piles, or uo pay rcstuir ' Lynchburg .. II l am .... .. RtSSL ESTETE spanned the Euphrates and divcrte I that that they have the right to apply to ed. It is guaranteed to Kive perlect satisltie, " Chtrtotletville 10 sa am I have removed my offue t my residence, cippo I'riie 35 cents per bos. ' Washington. .. . M !' stream by artificial ways from Its natural their public servants, whom they place or money refunded site Female College where I will be found at all City, Tenn. sale by A K. I'ennv, Stantord, Ky " lltltimore I'or (Mlpm y, timos. III (.11 It LID. channel in ordertosink their " Philadelphia. in power, for n redress of grievances or H ' .New York JA5. G GIVERS. in its beds and reach foundations for a to'pra WM.AYRBS. Eupopsy. other proper purposes, by petition. This " Kichmstnd, Va. I pm ysw you micht to This is T --3 ' tW IVIntComh.it their stone piers to support their otnie- is kind and deserves a bumper to be must hate what Inilv enjoy life. have, in tact arc - T -- Thousand it to Noifolk.,,,... . ),. .r. it daily ture across its floods. On our own con- drank standing and in silence. In sec- searching farThousands aud mourning because they DILLIONS SWITCH, KY. upon thousands it dollars find it not. rramt issasiiig Uasmgiun al 11 a in and"$ 10 Attoraoyu at Law, tinent the Peruvians hundreds of years tion l,all men are declared to bo free; iu aru spont annually by our people in tsie hope that Dealer In Pm dailv. etccnl Sundav eennm .1 l?..,i... the) may attain this lnn And yet It may tie ter for Itichinund, Ky and points on the K. C K 327 Fifth St., - Louisville, Ky. ago commenced bridge erection by section 7, "that absolute and arbitrary had by aft. We guarantee that Klcctnc lliiters. ' Dry rt U00U3, NOtlOUR, HatS, Cap8 i. use Limited Vestibtile K. frem NewVerk.Phltadel stretching ropes across chasms and pull- pjwer over the lives, liberty and proper- if used according u directions and the and per oust Shrcve ilu.ldmg. slsted ill. will firing yosi good digestion tibia, W s.Jiinijtenaud all pent. Kait, airivts al Hoots, Shoes, I lothing, llariloare, ljucens-waring passengers and burdens in baskets." ty of free men exist nowhere in a re" the demon l)petNtia and install instead Kupepy r f tnware, r urnituie and a Leiini.n ' P m daily Stanford ut) pm for ilyspejtsia and Wc counnend Itlcclric rat mall from W and all points followpublic." The inference to bo drawn all diseases of the hser.liillers Conoral Lino of Crocorios, east, llunniigion, Kichmond, Va.,Weal stations ar MAUIMON. Coining along down the ages that stomach and kiuney FRANK Va, and all JAS.G. GIVENS. rives Lrsington at it 10 uoon daily e set lit Sunbridge building culminated in the from section S is, that there may bo Sold at 50c and i per bottle at A. K Penny ed, Fancy Ctndies, Ceois Ties, Ac. day Manfuid 11 57 p m store All kinds of Produce taken in cschange for goods. erection of "Young's Hiijli Bridge," at those in a republic who are not "free dmz GlYEMS & A.coinmodati. nfrjm Olnrellill and intermediate Pottofhce, Lisingston, K Roscuo. Romnrkablo "nis. nicnmvnu, nv , and pniutson Tyrone, in Kentucky, which is tho mar- men," notwithstanding the declaration uy arrises ai I eslngton 8 10, a m, the K. REAL ESTATE. daily, Mrs. Michael Curtain. I'lainficld.HII . makes the 'epl Sunday sta. f rtl vel of the age. It is to bo hoped that af- that all men are "free" in section 1. It statement that she caught cold, which settled on p m b li. Lets tsad read via.N, N A M V her cited - her lungs, tho ter reflecting seriously upon the work of is somewhat remarkable that the con- family phrsKianwas tr grew for a monthtold her Hi t D but worse. He S I II MOKSlt g P A Cincinnati, O wasaWpelc. sictim of consumption and that MT. VERNON. KY. and Peruvians, and vention, inits.onumcrationof the natural themedicine could cure her Her druggist sugTown Lots, Coil, Iron auJ Timber Lands bought the Babylonians no or sold ou Commission. Correspondence of Col. Young's hospitality, they rights oi men, should have neglected to gested the use of Dr King's New Discovery lor lotelis still maintain This old and r solicited. and tohcrde Contumpt were duly prepared to resume work up mention those of locomotion, location, light foundon. she bought a bottle first dose She Ing lit fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Speherself benefited from public use and after taking on the constitution. eating, drinking, breathing and divers continued its sound and well, now ten bottles the cial attention to the travelingNKWCOM1I, ,M P dees her found herself Prop, Duchet-of MarlThe well as she ever was. is TEE CQEKERCWL EQTEL borough Duke and visiting Lexington, other impoitant rights, which their con- housework andtintasGreat Di.cotery at A It Free Ml Vernon, Ky, l trial bottles of ctitvsM have been stituents may hesitate to exercise in the store; large hottle.oc audit. J. II OWENS, Manager, ThoShortoat una Quickest Routo from Middlesboro, the Duke absence of constitutional authority. Louisville and Contntl Kuntuolcy to nil polnta North, - Kentucky. having interests at the latter placp. Tho Just 'J I years ago the first horse butchEast, West and Soutli-Wob- t. DEADWOOD, CASEY COUNTY. , Faat er in Paris opened his shop.JSisince then Duchess is the daughter of Commodore I.lnobotwoon Loxlntrton anil CincinI have taken charge ot this popular hotl I li) horse there have been started nearly nati. and intend to run it in a first class manner in every Cicero Price, of the U. S. navy, who died Mrs. Sally A. Snow took the train respect. It is being papered and paiutfd from years ago. Com- here Monday to visit her aunt, Mrs. Sal- flesh whops in the department of the SCIILDULKIN HFFKCT.MAY o, .800 top to bottom, the bed ling is being rn ivated and in New York several everything done t make it ples.int and modore Price was born and rnised near ly Carrigan. at Danville. Seine, and at the present time about No No. 4. No e guests. The table .ball nevi'r I" surpassSouth Hound. Km Sun. Lancaster, in Garrard county, Ky.; was J II. OWENS. ed by hotels this section. Little Eddie Jtolin, while cracking L'0,000 horses are killed every year iu Ls. Sun.' Dally. a graduate of tho Naval Academy and hickory nuts, Monday, raised the hatch- Paris for human food. The j rice of the 8 10 a in, 8 to p m 1 15 Lvc Cincinnati I'm. a spent his life in the service of his coun et he was using a little too hij;h nnd cut meat is less than half that of ordinary t onugton I I.e lulmoulh... 8 18 a in o 09 p m o4 p m 4J p m. Lve 0 m 17 p m, 4 HOUSE, try. Ho died at an advanced age, hon- an ugly gash above his eye. butcher's meal. Berlin is following the 11 10 a m is aj p m 5 40 p to Air Paris Arr Liviugtoit. oopni 10 y p m jo p in 0 ored and respected by all who knew him. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, Andrew Mainard ami Miss Lore a example of Paris. . T4S p m Lve Paris It to a in He was the son of William Price, whose Rolin, aged 14 years, will he married at ( j 05 p Arr Wmi.hst;r. " pm Kentucky. family consisted of Cicero, Jennings, Ab 91 Huh London, - it;ri: mul I.hcr IMI!. p m Arr Ui hmond 4 7 30 p m tho residence of Mr. Gep. P. Holin toArr Lancaster 4 M P .sory Th"r net on tho An import in: I have moved to my new Hotel and am better Air Stanford l yi p in l!vv. atom ii'h .urn oi i thr lUgb the renin prepircd than ever to accommodate the public solom, Napoleon, Johnson and Kmily morrow, Thursday, at 4 o'clock. 'n Thry euro Lve Richmond 5 p Good Livery attached and every convenience de- The latter married Benjamin F. GraThe schools of this county aro bimd tu' Ui !!! liver. i'ln ami eonstina Arr llerea J oj p IH sired. Cue me a call. n svoim and rliildrnii ham, a lawyer, who was appointed quar eginning to close out and ere long every tlou i j,i 11 t rr ivitiginn 5 to p m FRANK KJLEY. 77 n fo Jcunts. o.t, Siiuivt.midi JIM 'e, I . P.tmHmXB'S'TmmV' J ter master by President Polk and was little urchin will be turned Samples uvu j. A It I' .n s blaniord. No. Nortn Hound. No. 1. N C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Monterey, in I00F.0 to prey upon the rest of humanity I'lfty ttpnttius it liny. killed at Cernbro, near Had Mm H A. O.ir.li r i.f Vltiinn. Ind .livmi a in by Urrea's cavalry, about the for the next six months. Can't tho con. Lve Livingston sin Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Mexico, tlioui.unl jo klio miuld liuro lienn Lvc llerea.. 10 jJ a in thought to be o s time of the battle of Bueua Vista. Ho con, provide for 12 month schools? hv os il spirKs Sln liaslng remr.e ' my I' r er Shop to the Com Arr Kichmond 45 a seas Ruh.ect t TANFORD, KY. I a irolrntlnn. hen.l iphiis, ,r - d to a ommmUtc was assisting in defending the train and Lve Stanford ; 00 a in Mr. Enoch Wesley, principal proprie- (I t.i noHs, backneuu. piilp; at.uti und for y to tnerclal Hotel, k 11'lrn ui :in thing they m.iy Lve Lancaster 7 41 a JVly tfinmt a it j T ou h inning hfjen trint wish in my line Wells drilled to order iud Tumps lurntshed at fell while exposing himself to the tiro of tor, preceptor and professor of the In. Iren nltr waited nt CII Arr Kichmond. 10 rat a in e. jy light phtsieu.n- - for y urs without ue oiiuie factory prues. THOMI SON, 30 the enemy. Dr. Johnson Price, one of Lve Kichmond... to p in rureii Inf nfwmer ir H tr school, will close out that institu- cess, she sva rwirm utty Nervine li 011 tmtile wMhos' A trial hot Air Winchester.. 00 p in tho brothers of Commodore Price, com- tion Fiiday week. Uy tho way, Enoch, of Dr this ucv ltostor.it nder'ul .. Hoof j ml vi me .imi n 40 p ArrJ'aiis finely manded Co. A from Garrard county in could you not tell us how far a teacher Dru lllu.li.itcil tr .liie frrt nt A It iVnnya Lve Letiiigiou j oj p m 7 00 am J 45 V m Store. ho couimeius und Lve Paris a $0 p in J3 am 4 'i f m Col. Humphrey Marshall's regiment of should be influenced iu the school-rooIt. Lve Falmouth . I 11 p in 9 ij in J 6pm Arr Covington. ."Ilarvclotis iCiitltiraitce. Kentucky cavalry and was conspicuous by shot-gu5 4" p m 10 3s a in o 30 p ro policy? Air Cincinnati .. 5 jo p m 10 45 am o 39 p m Tlio VHki uuioiint f Mr imrfnrmctl liy the for his gallantry nt tho battle of Bueua e)UoUISVIUC ilW,MIUliT8 CliWGC tojs William Miller, at Middloburg, is heart in kaep ng nil ic rtl hi. or Hie boilv Trains Nos. is and 14 run Son.l? !.. tvlUib'ool Cincinnati and Lexington, leaving Cincinnati Vista. Upon his return to Kentucky ho somethii.g of a prophet. He predicted KMOiOtlnii't ni.il isnutKuner.illy Ktionn. It limU at 8 a m , and arriving nt Lexington fore tlm IiIoimI it tlm nlo of nt u m. Lc was elected a delegate to the convention before the late election that the Force mi "! .1 Out wnlciils.'l (h),o n i')thiirs nnil ..v.. ..,.. , , ,u ,,, ,u. auu arrive at Cincinnati at S.1.MJ.KS) III ! . le MTi' tup S'n irui'ib'r th'TU 3 33 P in. that framed tho present constitution, but bill and Mclvinley bill would reduce the am so many Konct Fi Huron. 'h nrt OntheMayssillellrancn.Noo.leaves I.iavitiJ Ik til s ... !i.., ,t when after serving for some time, left for Cali- lepuhlican vote 30 percent, and the re- symptom 8 00, am and No. n, ,rrlvinV at at 5 S, p pmn In ih- Liu i sU,iuch. fli. t ring, May.vil eat 10 J5.ain, and 8 10. ,,',. No.5" at fornia without signing the instrument turns show how near his predictions ch ln Pi . LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI lrAVfSt Maytville at 3. .. am, aiming at par ,. .1 licit follitiv r.iui liunrv or sntu.h r 1' ! - aw di'-- .ml. os 7 40, n m. upon its adoption. He tilled positions catno to being verified. .o i) leavesp .Maysyi le at jo and etc. Dr. 1'raim.iti Mm .' Jfs.w llHsirr cunu In Duly, Secures to Travelers, arrives at Paris at 15, Th ese trains are of honor in tho West and died some 1). daily except Sundav. Hon. John Henry Wilson told tho tho only ron.odv Sold riy A. IL No years sinco in California. Absalom re- people in his Bpcpch at Liberty that as MOST RAPID ROUTE " 41 ninsdally from L..ngl0n to Cincinnati. THE leavea Lexington 10 00 am ..,.,... i.'.i. " etcept Sunday moved to Lexington, Ky., acquired a the McKinley bill had raised tho price . Kver atterat ted between the reat cnnir.icrcial loSatn: o o Cities on the Ohio Kiver and Chicago, and henc 7 10 pm;leaves Cincinnati 51lopmjarrivesl'almo-ufortune and has been dead several years. of tin cups and tin plates, they could except Sunday the fastest time and most comfortable trains be"" 7lMvesrnlniouth 6 00 am: arrives Clnn. Napoleon resided at tho old homestead economize by hewing out wooden When Daby was stele, vro gavo her Castorla. &EXINGTON.KY. iJj tween all points in the South, or to the AVesl and llll.Mt Jj Note Northwest. 'I lie coiiritcrptriof this train nn al! When alio n oa a Child, 6ho cried for Castorla. in Garrard county until his death some ones. 1 lie niea as coming irom a canui-datruns . trunk lines is denominated 1 he Limited Ksircsi ton rain Cincinnati, tio 4 dally between Lexmg and runs daily l.MWe. When alio became JIIsn, nho clung to Castorla. The superb rolling stack we employ glvek patrons Cinci three years since. Dr. Jennings Price is and Lennirioii for Congress seems so ridiculous Unlimited (Jomtort Not a mid 6 make connections IF YOU WANT When she had Clillrcu, &ho gavo them Castorla. living comfortably at his home in Lin-- that it bus been suggested that he r Say Mcnon, get Motion and stick t" Mnon, II lor points on the N N AM V Uy. '"""!nel" you want to save money and have a pleasant he called Wooden Plate Wilson, and Jv. inter at the advanced age of 82 and vnm ney. For lull information, time cards, maps, folders, j )ys the cont' nce nml respect of the en anv person heard to call him by any AND A HAPPY COOK. UriE etc, call on or address oilier should bo made to "set 'em tiro community. He was a successful up" toname crowd. W.O.CKL'sII.T P.A., Louisville, Ky. tho IAS IIAKK.KK. G P A., Chicago, ill CheCkeJ fuau of Lexlngion An practitioner of medicine and was for sevOrW 11. MeKOllKKTS, Agt., Stanford cc. .uu ......icuiari auuress any agent ol the & Dayton went to a good deal of trouble the other eral years president of tho Garrard CounTho Cincinnati, Hamilton Co. or ty Deposit Bank. It will bo seen that will bell round-tritickets to tho Dayton, day to borrow a dog anil load up a lot of MADE BY OK SAFJS. W.L MUNSON.Trav. Oeuiji'sl.r1'- S. K. II. MOUSE, the Duke and Duchess have a large train Tenn., sale of lots Dec. 2 and 3, at one shells to go on a shooting expedition and The House and Lot of 14SJ Acres on the Dan- h: e. LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS of distinguished connection in Central fare. Send to E. 0. McCormack, general when he got out of town about 10 miles, ville pike, one mile from Stanford, now cccupicd HUNTINGniN. Vlce.Prr;s',Cird''ce', I .Manager. is Kentucky, and will no doubt be glad to passenger and tickot aent, Cincinnati, ' he discovered that ho had forgotten his by Mr F Thurmond. It and will improved, hat COMPANY. water. fine orchard, good varAm GENERAL OFFICES: MRS. FANNIE DUNN. gun. Paris News. 67.tr meet tl.eiu during their sojourn. Chamber ot Commerce Uuild.ng, for album of Dayton views. LEXINGTON, KY. Cincinnati, 0 Watching the Clock. James I. Hamilton hs tendered his As the Christian Union says, thero is resigiation as chief of police. It is not Clark Farris ling bought out tho stage known yet tho the tho trustees will ap a ileal of common sense in this story and express lino between hero ami Dan point in his stead, but they will have to lately told of IMison, whether he said it Published Every Tuoaday and Friday ville. or not. A gentleman went to the great hustle to find one as good as Jim. Dudderar and Miss Uettio Semi-Weekly 4 Interior Journal LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. I A Favorite for Nearly a Hundred Years. THE CnTCIlTNATI ossism -- Mr. James ' 1 . jamti-ir-z-twr-"- rxmifh ,7 j 'ViUJJrv jUjvanok 11 'Weekly Gazette, m no MiiuKgppra Smiles GXT-frVrt t- f-.- f o, pro-ce- o I 1 J. 9ml HspS t, KNEW (D:WIfKAKS9 - .11 kIIL Absolutely Puro run-i.- iDAR.DLJ(ftTA. . 11 IA De-tro- -- D POWDER A-- I. J , 1 DAILY-INCLUD- RICHARD WARREN Ken-uck- ING J 1 r. 1 1 . 1 M&ffh Dr. PRICE, DAILY-SUND- AY! 1 3 1 OLD KY. ROUTE s ... j. . Washington, C d POSTED. PENNY, Dentist. 4 1 1 ALLEN three-quarte- , MEETS, HEMO VED! T4 ---- . .. . Johnson coffer-dam- s AYE.E3 &'GIVENS, - -- 11.' 1 'fl (T e, 4 ..... ..... ...... 1 ' ioi-y- T MRIRQH. ' Piiicville, Kentucky. 101-y- NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. f 1 . par-titkin- I cs Sj-t- ug Harrodsburg, bwt Kentucky Central R.R. "jumc iioutjc." 'M comfort-nble'f- or 5 111 m THE RILEY . . A i 11 1 111 1 . An-vrpri- i' lilllout-nest- , . 1 111 11 m 11 I 1 1 iIo-u- . dirty-nose- d o-- to r- 11 , ".M-- 11 111 11 11 Yo-smi- te C 111 JI-sS- 1 - in-d- . 111 r- - gu.ii-untosi- H n I 1 sup-pllo- il 1.- -. - CREAM yM-LV&jgsrefll m tL.f-'-t-LM- 11 A NEW FAST MArL r 1.1 uxor-riNlni- r - Hip-is',.- w 1 I'.-- 4 1 e 1 -.No 1 ' c here-nite- GOOD BREAD atd'dm'cenir;!'1- - CREAM FLOUR absent-minde- d d.narioS:.?yaoVd p FOR RENT w