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NO. 79 NOW is the Time to Buy Your Holiday Presents in Watehes, Clocks, 0"E"W"BXiE;"Z" Clocks S3, worth $V, Clocks at $2. 50, worth $4 Watches worth Sico at $70; worth S30 at S20, cvcrvthintr in mv stock of Icwelrv at cost for CASH only. Look at the prices: worth Si 5 at Si o. 15. W. Raymond s movement?, gilt, S17.50; Mickcl, 520. iiamptien Kaiiway movement at M8.75. Seven Jewel movements, S5 to S6.25. Everything else in propor- iur me xiunuuy iraue. Huy now while you have a large stock to select from. Come tion. I have the largest siock ever Drougnt to aianioru anu nave inieiy opencu a lare siock i new yguus uuuyiu iput-iuiiexamine my stock and prices but bring the money with you as the sale is POSITIVELY for cash. and udri nm nflbrinf worth S20 at Su, OB SHiVBRWABB. y Our Lancaster Scribe Continues his Pertinent nntl Entcrtainlnu Comment on Timely Topics. cralifyiiiK iiitdlifcfiu' lm boon The impnrUMl to the public that Oov. Knott n iic of prenontetl to tho convi-ntioniUHic voinpotiotl by Mrs. llollowiiy nntl y The Cincinnati Commercial Ga.etto Freddi Myers and Calthtt Fish, apparel-- ' contains a pyramid embracing the names ed in continues most becoming to their of America's millionaires, showing the charms, took tho boards as fiirbid kinfolks and their folk's folks, my folks We offer for tale privately our farm known as the George Anderson place, i mile from Huston and their iolki, an well as colored folks, to trespass men and women of the I'nited States contestants, and the admiring spectators ville, on the Liberty pike, containing 43 acre, or hunt birds, rabbits and squirrels on my farm whose fortunes are three millions and )H,Knti to speculate at onco on the win- good dwelling of 6 rooms and well watered. Call without my permission, or tney will be punished to the full extent ol the law I mean what I say. on or address u at liustonvilie, ny. over. There is room enough between mr ,,( t.1(! beautiful, engraved silver THOMAS C. HALL. jam JOHN ELLIS. tl MAKl t.L.UiO. name of tho one who heads the list me,hd which sparkled on tho judges' dedicated to tho convention, entitle!, ami the npex to place that of tho devil, table as a stimulant to the fair competi- I "Con. Con. March," and that Mr. Knott's who claimed to Imj the owner of thoking-- torfli Mrs. J. A. Xewland, Miss Sallio Lot on Main Street in Stanford ilouis of the world. It is said that ap- - Green and Mr. H. Leo Davis were pitch- presentation and Mr. Clay'a I offer for sale privately the Henry Hester farm for charity uddrciHed to these mag- t.,i ii,)on for fudges, and Miss Mary Hob-- , Containing were fi'lieitioiiH and appropriate, Hence-fortacres. of Co acres of bottom lanuon Dix River; at acres own In wheat, up and all right balance in craMi, Terms easy tint procct'illiiKH of tho convention nates, ho are clothed in purple and fine jIlwm superintendent of the contest, T. R. WALTON', Stanford. barn, The dwelling has6 room; there is a new will bo accompanied by music by tho linen and faro sumptuously every day, nreccedvd with the programme, which good well fine orchard and lencing nearly new, Tcrmi, half cash, balance in one and two years, inarch 1b no doubt written in seldom reach their destination, as they ,.onsi8ted mainly of temperance pieces, baud. Tho I with interest. II not sold will be for rent. Pos plow time, to be adapted to tho ntylo of are consigned to the wasto basket by tt 0f which wero well recited, well re- session given January I, 1801 63 tr J. W. ADAMS, Stanford, Ky. the iiiovementHof tho con. con. The on- those appointed for that purpose. If they ceived and elicited much applause. But ly dillerencw between that and tho ordi- could be induced to open their hearts that of Miss Allio Fish deserves especial In the corporate limits of Rowland. FOE SALE OB RENT. Miss Allie was one of tho listed nary funeral march coimlnt in the fact and do the good they are able to do, tho notice HUSTONVILLE. 86 H. J. DARST, Rowland. that dirKCH are intended to be played pyramid might be converted into a mon- - j,, the previous contest, when many Co. this should bo fortinHimo, utnent upon which tliHr good deeds w,.re ()f the opinion tliat she ought to poftly, while Thanksgiving, though the loveliest 221 Acres of Land in Lincoln LINCOLN 00. FARM For RENT. g to correspond with tho noino and bluster could be properly inscribed; but thu is jmvo hnd the medal, and her recitation day in memory of the oldest, was Part of the estate of R. W Giveni, dee'd. against hope. The undersigned will rent for the year i8gr. on of the con. con. Tho composer should was awaited with more than usual inter-- 1 ,.,l here only by closing the businefs :36V, acres Iront on the north side of the Stanjo Acres, adjoining A K. Tin: Constitutional Convention was l8t ;or wns tlits audience disappointed, houses, and discussing tho excellencies ford and Knob Lick turnpike, tract is excellent reasonable terms, her Farm ot renter can ik miles have written a quick step or a jig, either from Milledgeville, Ky. The Denny A large part of this privilege of seeding this Fall. Applj to haretho in expectrd to reduce tho number of elec- - With clearness of voice, a justness of of turkey Bluffed with oysters, 1 he balance is in corn and grass. hemp land. of which would have been Mrs. NANCV JENKINS, 84', acress in grass lie south of said pike, adbattening tho movements of the snail tivo ollkers and also to provide for fewer e,,,hasis, a propriety of gehturo and a Danville, Ky. You quote from tho Maysvillo joining A. K. Denny and CapL Hen Powell, withISoth tracts are well of first tract It seems that instead of do- - naturalness of manner, which but few lctin that a man married in ISTjT had in soo yards as a whole ill make a good farm like body. watered and Liberal time elvenon deterred payments. OR The question thnt meets us at every ing this they have created tho elective amateurs attain, she went through her moved 57 times. We havo a man. who if not sold before January 1st, both tracts will The House and Lot of i45$ Acres on the Dan- corner of tho street is, what is the e.uico olllce of commissioner of agriculture piece, retiring amid the applause of all, married 18 years ago, nntl is preparing to be rented, separately if desired, for tne year 1891, Tine uic, uuc nine irom aianrord, now occupied of the stagnation in business all over the and also propose to elect the Secretary of nnd leaving the judges, without ti dis- - move the 10th time. His daughter says January JAS. G. & W. P. G1VKNS, Executors. byMr.F. Thurmond. It is well improved, has fine orchard, good garden and water. prevails that State, an officer who is nothing more Bt.l)tjK voice, to decide her tho winner that regularly, at the closo;of;the year, 55t country? The impression MRS. FANNIE DUNN. speculation is at tho Ixntom of than a clerk or private secretary of tho 0; ti,c. modal, which memorial was pre- - their leisure time, tho hena lie down and reckless it. The failure of large tlrms at nil of governor. If all the voters of thoStntoare ,mt,,, ,v Mr. Davis with home compli- - cross their legs to be tied in .anticipation tho great money centers continues at an to select a clerk for the executive, why not mentary words. The vocal and instru- - uf transportation, I would respectfully inform my old Iriends and alarming rate, and tho waves are gradii nt the same time and place choose his ,netal",iiusic by Mrs. Annie Mack was Dave Allen has been the greater part I hare that I am again at work at my profesmy of tho vil cook ami carriage u river, as lor ti coin- - qit0 n fvaima 0f the entertainment. 0f ti,c fall building a new house and his customerswould be pleased to receive any work in set pike, finished Irom new Saw Mill on the Somerally extending in tho direction sion and 7 miles Stanford and am nrenared to furnish kind of LUMHER, lagisinthe interior. Coiporations mid micsioner of agriculture, a greater farce T,e ,.xt contest will occur some time frjends have been especially exercised in the way of Ac, at LOWEST PRICES. I w.ll SHINGLES u lum! or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give prom Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repair- berat trial. trusts are eating out the vital of the was never inflicted upon an intelligent during the holidays and promises to bo anticipation of tho me a I'.stoffice, MAYWOOD, KY. s ing. masses, and there is not sullirient man people. .Not ono farmer in a thousand mor(, jnlen.Hting than any of its ised nt its completion, but it seems that A.B.UASTIN or cares anything about the coin- it hood In the body politic to Mrs. Allen's hill of fare has so demoral Also repairing Sewing Machines, Uunt, Pistols, L.OCK1, ac. All of life, to miMoncrorhat he thinks upon the Ku'kouka, n ducated Indian of ized tho workmen that jit now appears Corners in all tho necessaries ,.say nothing of real estate, seem to be tho subject of corn, wheat, beans or potatoes. .... rAu,vonni, ,,,,, , i(.ot.,rL.(i t tho Ban- - peas and spring chicken will ho ripe be- "Work Neatly and Promptly Dono ...... . And Warranted by All he does is to look wise, draw his pay order of tho day. The only hope for tist church Wednesday nnd Thursday fore that a feast will be spread. I am e!I prepared to bore wells and THOMAS RICHARDS, Stanford, Ky. will do the consists in tho fact that like water and send out imaginary, reports as to tho nights on tho customs, habits, religions A protracted meeting has been in . ... wu manner uuu promptly Itoom up stairs, Odd Fellows' building, entrance seeking ita level, the capital that drifts crops, which cut no figure whatever in worship and present-daprogress at the colored Christian church next door lo mission work At One Dollar a Foot. from tho wrecks of tho rich may ulti- the mi'thods of tho farmer or in the con- among the Indians, supplemented with for boveral days aud many . souls have Call on orjaddrcss me at SUnlord, Kentucky. Iuugine a can' mately llnd iU way Into other channels dition of the markets. L. T. SMITH. some bits of history and personal obser- been gathered in. Six were baptized wants of the needy. vass of the State in which tho Secretary vations, bearing on the treatment of the last Friday. Meeting will probably conthat may supply tho j, 1890. In connection with tho subject of cor- of State is endeavoring to explain the "poor Indian" by tho imperious whito tinue indefinitely. Bro. Redd, of P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. is the pastor, and, assisted by Blue-Gras- s porations and tho relation they bear to tarilf in connection with his penman- man. The novelty of tho subject, with the people generally, it is noticeable that ship and ability to do what tho governor the recent ontbreakof hostilities among Bros. Lyons and Walker, the prospects I have recently taken charge of this . Hotel and intend keeping it at its present high much of tho time of the courts all over tells him; and then the commissioner of tho very tribes with whom Kekiouko'i aro especially encouraging. Immense stock of fruit and given to the traveling Urapevines, Asparagus, small ornamental trees. trees, and everyYour numerous readers thereabout standard. Special attention the country is taken up in the investiga- agriculture informing the people of his was born and bred, made everybody public. thing for the lawn, orchard and garden. We have no agents, but sell direct at low prices to the planbetween them and views upon the subject of reciprocity as shown their confidence in your ha tion of controversies connected with beans; to say nothing of anxious to hear him and an unusually ter. Write for catalogue to those having dealings with them. They the chief cook and bottle washer upon largo audience greeted his appearance weather prophet, Dr. John Smith, by First-Clas- s H.F. HILLKNMEYER, . 64 " Lexington, Ky. use every elfbrt to induce the people to tlio raging stump vociferating upon pen- With lofty and fiery eloquence, tinged at unhesitatingly butchering their fatted In connection. Also invest in their enterprises, and then, ma sions and thebi'st mode of frying oysters. times with pathos, he told of tho wrongs hogs, and sausage and shortmeats bounPool and Billiard Parlors. ny of them, stop at nothing, however that tho Indian hassufl'ercd at the hands tifully succeed the Thanksgiving bird. CRAB ORCHARD" L. M.REID, Clerk. A few skeptics were afraid to take tho avoid a compliance witli disreputable, to of tho "pale faces," from the times of I desire to sell my farm of about 130 acres, situ, is coming so tho obligations. They contest everychances, in view of tho general loss of Christmas ated about i their miles north of Stanford on th Columbus down to the present. He Itusn Uranch pike, opposite thoold church. Thero now beautiful with toys, traps drew the character of tho averago agent pork last year. thing and tho result is a man in ordinaare about 50 acres in wheat and rye; the balance or the farm well set in timothy. Good dwelling Combest A Allen bought a pair of ry circumstances is compelled to submit and trinkets for the dear, dear littlo folks, appointed by Uncle Sam, with a fidelity and and splendid fine lChand mare mules of T. L. Carpenconstrain us to remark. Co. of louris rooms wateredkitchenfenced. a Possession new barn; in silence to tho wrongs and injuries well and can that show-oi- l all tho cruelty, avarico and SIUX). tcK.'ciiuiiiucuiaiciy. ror pat(Cui ars.se J. P. of await the slow, A good crowd attended the upon him, or to J. 0. Dunnigan bought this week Hailey, Stanford, or write the n ndersisned at villainy of that class of ter for OF STANFORD, KY., Cincinnati, (."no. tedious and costly litigation incident ton Curtis Gover tho vacant lot on Stanford men, who, instead of dealing honorably Thomson sale Friday. Ktl'ects sold well, WITHERS. especially stock; common milk cows as Is now fully organiied and ready for business with Debord's, for suit, or compromise his rights nt a street, opposite (i. law Indian, pour into his already with the high as S3S; corn 2.10 at crib; wheat, Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. nacritlce. The docket of tho superior SI 15. Iteese Ward sold to Curtis Gover heated naturo the poisonous "skitawar-boo4 fat hogs, aggregating 1,100 pounds, at which was below grade, brought 70 cts., court of Kentucky shows that - (whisky i to arouso his wild, 13,500. I wish to cell privately my residence and Snrplus, possibly a few cents more. The farm of all tho cases before it are those be- lij cents. he house has five rooms, store room, panspirit. To them, mora than any Tlie school at Kphesus, taught by I(. try front verandah, back porch latticed, good was otfered for rent, but withdrawn at tween corporations and citizens of the SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL cellar with windows on south side; outbuildings other influence, ho', attributed the had UANK OK STANFORD, Ftate. The docket of the court of ap- l.eo Davis, and tho ono at Watts' Chap- feeling existing between tho whites and $450 per annum. all new, consisting of meat house, henery, coal Kdmis-tohouse, corn crib and dairy stable. There are two Mrs. Mattie Nunnelley is sick of typeals shows n precisely slmilsr state of el, presided over by Prof.J W. J. brethren of tho closing up) with the same assets and under good cisterns, one at house, the other at the sta(Now closed this week. A distribution of their ble. There is an abundance of fruit, including tho same management. case. This is well worthy of tho thoughttrouble, tho phoid fever nt her father, Mr. George Uy provisions of its chaitcr, depositors are as raspberries, strawberries, goosebtrries, currants, s made .ilnins. Tho Oklahoma ful consideration of tho makers of our prizes and a treat of fight" Rilfe's, just after she bad nursed.her hus- fully protected as atu depositors in National grapes, cherry, plums, damson, pear and apple Black Hill war and "Custer's last nice Tho fad that our the day memorable to tho pupils of band into convalescence from the same Hanks, its shareholders being held individually trees. to Also somo bull. Jersey Cows and heifers new constitution. registered Ono harness horse, one liable to the extent of the amount of their stock bred wero all touched upon the latter deresort show that of all the both schools. par alue thercol, in addition tn the combined horse, both gentle and can be driven by dread disease. S. G. Drye, our cleverest therein nt the courta of last auamount invested in such shares. It may act as woman or child. Ono buggy and phaeton. quite a picted with such vividness that tho Miss Louise Koehler invited victim of tho late political cataclysm aud executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as litigation of tho State submitted to them Also 8,S acres of pasture land, which will be dience felt as if transported to tho lofty sold In is nt home recuper- an individualwho entrusted their buisiness to us chasers. one piece or divided into lots to suit purfor determination, thu cases between crowd of youngsters out to her pleasant peaks 'I hose wishing to buy a lot cheap will overlook tho valley of tho veteran To those that Dank ol citizens are but double tho number of home Friday night, where pulling candy, Big Horn, and saw at one glanco tho ating and John Kills is wearing Steve's while mnaging the Lincoln Nationalthanks and have a golden opportunity. here tender our manv furJ. G. CARPENTER, Stanford. We shall Stanford, we we continue to transact their business BtilMiouso. thoso between citizens and corporations, playing, dancing ami trust they will sanguinary field, where tho flbravest of shoes at Berkele's with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenita nature as to suggest nished enjoyment until a late hour. rejoice in hearing of John's assignment; i so startling in Indian fighters and his host of daring tion to same, our twenty years' experience in banking andas liberal accommodations as are conthe inquiry as to whether a citizen has Thoso who wero so fortunate ns to be followers met their death. On tho his appointment has grown so old. praises of Miss sistent with sound banking. rights a corporation is bound to res- present aro loud in their any Petit thieving has been rampant presentation of tho directors: And STOCK OF URUCS KOtt SALfc. Louise; who, by tho way, is ono of C whole, Kekioukah's pect. J. Williams Mt. Vernon; Indian question went far to banish from near liustonvilie ever since roasting-ea- r M Hail Slanlord; is said that boiiio ycnrH since a bet O's. handsomest belles. For our "bid' It Desiring to quit the drug business at liustonJ. S. Owsley, blanford: tho minds of his hearers tho prejudice season. Com fields havo suffered in parJ. vilie I offer my entire stock of fresh Drugs and 'Thanks!" was made between a Frenchman and a S I, Embry, Stanford; Chemicals for sale Mystook itcompletein every hitherto formed against bis people, and ticular. One gentleman reports barrels In the course of a conversation a J K Lynn, Stanford: Kentuckian as to who could talk the particular and the business is a paying one in A, W Carpenur, .Mllledgeulle; ill also rent the enure house my store ago with an old gentleman, who led us, for one, to believe that tho civil- of his corn stolen from the stalks. Mr who, nt longest. A judgu was selected, J. K Ilaughman, liustonvilie; is located In. Tho house contains 4 good upstairs chiBob Tucker was favored by tho mostdar J, F. Cash, Stanford; night, fell asleep. 'doesn't know quite everything," we re- izing of tho Indian is not wholly a rooms. G. A. WASH, liustonvilie. nlate hour of tho William Gooch, Stanford, Ky ing aud enterprising vandals of the age. S. 11. Shanks, President When he awoko in tho morning the marked that a new comet had just been mera. 11, Owsley, Cashier. A wagon was driven into his field and J he, Dr. Samuel Blair camo down from Frenchman was dead and the Kentuck- discovered. "Whore," questioned ros, sale this hero place, Middlesboro? Tinevillo Monday to meet some parties traced to the pike. A gentleman near 1 ian was whispering in his ear. Hrowder "outot They've found coal, iron, gas and ever' contemplating tho purchase of his valu- town had a set of buggy harness stolen and Knott. from his barn, but a roward of $2 led to oIpo out there, and I've been On account of continued bad health, I desire to able property bore. Mr. Frank Dillion, Tho State is filled with journals that thing sell privately my farm of 320 Acres of tho discovery of the stoleu goods in an to hear of 'em running on some- ono of tho most pxpert of young operaland at a bargain, in a fine state ol fernlity. Would old Commonwealth. nro a credit to tho adjoining field, after a few days. sell 200 acres with improvements. Location one mile south of Stantord, and the laying of the farm Theroia scarcely a town that cannot thing still cur'oii8er." Wonder what tors hatched out on tho K. D., arrived In conversation with a member of is superb. There are all of the necessary imChicago, 111., to visit folks so Wednesday from paper, filled makes bomo of a live, boast including a the constitutional convention a few days CONSUMPTION provements, hall, .1 large frame dwelling ot fiva To tho regret of their many frionds, his father's family. Misses Allio Harrooms and basement burn, and all with choice reading, spicy editorials and since, he severely deprecated the urag of buildings new, For further information, apply to SCROFULA ROUT. .McALISTER, Stanford. 43.im mntters 6f general interest. It is no dis- Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Farris left Wednes- din and Nannie Kennedy went up to business aud had nearly despaired of paragement, howuver, to the press of tho day for Danville, which city they will in Mt. Vernon to eat thanksgiving turkey ability to devise au expedient whereby EMULSION BRONCHITIS COUCHS make their permanent home. with Mrs. M. 0. Williams. Messrs. .Tno. State to say that no journal stands high- the futiite business could be expedited. Being a COLDS estimation than tho IKtkiu-o- n Mr. W. It. Dilliou ami family also hade Shaw Kdmiston and Thomas Soaper, two er in public CURES Wasting Disease this week to C. 0., where they Paint Lick lahdadahs, wero over Sunday farmer ho appreciates tho iuterent and Journal. It is ono of tlio papors that farewell so many years, and depart- mixing nnd mingling with the fair sex. activity of an employe aud recognizing has tolerated no foolishness; that baa havo resided Wondorful Flesh Producer. friends Mrs. Annie Black, of Madison county, that ho is now such, feels that his oblicondoned no crimes; that has defended ed for Stanford, where their old Many Imvo gained ono pound gations to as nearly as possible will find them co.ily domiciled on Low- arrived Thursday to visit her mother, tho weak against tho Btrong; that has dequid pro quo to bis employer, the per day by its use. will still continue Mrs. .1". S. Fish. John Brooks, of nounced wrongs in tho political party er Main. Mr. Dilliou Scott's Emulsion is not a secret ate Turkey with the "folks at State, aro no less than a farm hand's. ...hi, ,viileli It is identified; that has his business connection in tho mounmembers had expressed to him remedy. It contains tlio stimulatof Rockcastle. homo" this thanksgiving. Miss Jennie Some treated thoso who differed with it pol- tains ing properties of tlio Hypophos-phite- a The popularity of the Demorset Payne, one of our handsomest belles, is perfect satisfaction with all dilatory procourtesy and & itically with kindness and and puro Norwegian Cod Medal Contests, tho second ono of which aunt, Mrs. Joo Severance, of ceedings, in view of tho avowed fact that Liver Oil, the potency of both that has not bended tho knee "That was held at tho Baptist church Friday visiting her HUSTONVILLE, KY. Stanford. Mr. J. A. Haldeman and their per diem pays more than they being largely increased. It is used Are still in the business and ready to do anythrift mnv follow fawning." This is tho again evidenced by tho large wife came all the way from Louisvillo to could make at home. What can be exnight, was thing in tne Undertaking lino. We have a full by Physicians nil ovor tho world. verdict of the public, and it is ono of stock: of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robss audience which tilled enjoy thanksgiving nt Col. John Buchan pected of such public servants ? This of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly may be justly proud. This is and which it PALATABLE AS MILK. should not be omitted from Miss-e- a an's, where new can be obtained on short notice. Mr. J. II. of it is so royally observed circumstance written without tho knowleugo or con every available part the edifice. Green has charge of cur business and will show Sold by all DriiQOMa, Allie Fish, Kittio Nordyko, Graco every year, hit. Samuel Gover, a cattle-trad- tho elaborate biography of such memour good to any one needing anything in our is hoped that it sent of tho editor and it bers as the State will probably' pay for. COTT&BOWNE.Chemlats.N.Y. line fj.tf Tudor, Norah Dunnigan, Mary Munday, of Tulaski, was tho guest of his will escape his observation. ' resp'-ctiv- o j 1 h - j J cousin, Mr. Curtis Goyer, this week, Mis Mollio Martin, of Lancaster, is with Miss Nellie Yantis at her elegant country home. Messrs. John and George McHoberts and Wisomnn, of Danville, e Hpent tho week in this cnlity. While hero they were tho guests l Mr. nntl .Mrs. I. .Mr. Holmes. .Mr. Thomas Curtis, after a year's residence s " Somerset, joined his wife hero nesday, who is on a visit to her and her husband's kindred in tho Cedar Creek locality. Mrs. Dr. S. G. Carpenter, with her two children, Miss Tevis and Master J""i camo up from Stanford Friday n'8ht to 8ee ,ier handsome sister, Miss Allie, carry off the Demorset medal. bird-huntin- FABM FOB, SALE. JO-- J. "R,. IPIEILTnsrX-- POSTED. g lo-th- Wed-iwrtl- Farm For Salo. FOB, SALE 1 io II M For Sale Twenty Building Lots observ-hopin- mijw-'Htiv- Bul-olectio- M-- tf FOR RENT SALE. 1 TO THJS PUBLIC. NEW SAW MUX. 43-- iy , , house-warmin- g prude-know- re-i- st j . WE3LI. -. re-li- ef BORiarc y poit-otlic- 58-- tf MTHSBS HOUSE, n IEVA-IjX- Xicb-olasvill- e, Nurseries. Sample Room Fsarm For Sale. show-window- 73-- tf d Farmers Bank&Trast cold-bloode- d " one-thir- d daro-dev- il FOR SAI.3B! .- -- piop-ert- y. 1 n, copper-colore- d knick-knack- store-keepe- r, tete-a-tet- 57-i- HOUSE FOH HE1TT s 1 few-day- s Hus-tonvl- lle. 5i-a- m im at mm, blue-gras- n' s thick-headed- wide-awak- o ? SCOTT'S KrWSflsWiCBsiSSJxVv ren-der- a Har-rodsbur- g, J. T. STJTTOIT CO.. yCil eager-to-he- er ;f 4 jflts-t-.4 , . . r i V ' ii LiL. Semi-Week- ly Tho revised census count gives Kentucky 1,S5S,03.5 inhabitants. Collections for internal revenue inStanford, Ky.,- December 2, 1890 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. creased 14,245,290 during tho last four Rev. Cook, of the Methodist church, months. will preach at the Presbyterian church r contest After a Senator from next Sunday night. Pugh was Tho "Junior Set" gave quito a nice Bmm. Wanamaker says that since his Alabama. of Druggist little dance at tho Mason House Thursmonths-olchild A 19 o department accession to tho day night. Refreshments were served from his cheap "clodin" store, ho hits Bell, of Lexington, choked to death on at tho "Daisy" restaurant. costs We to give person, turkey grissle. rehad 14,'.)27 democratic one Vreeland's Minstrels gave an excelSet. We we The hangings in tho Ohio penitenmoved and filled 20.GS0 offlces with relent performance at tho Opera House best publicans. His report discnnts on tho tiary did not take place. Tho governor Saturday night. It is by far tho best t t improvement of tho service, but of that put it oil" till Dec. 19. show that has been here this season. The G. A. R. post has bought the ho is not ns much advised as tho people, A number of our young men spent Andcrsonvillc prison pen and will con" who suffer from tho neglect and incomThanksgiving day in the field in quest of vert it into n national post. petence of ofllcials. Tho number of raubits and birds, but it any gamo was A quarrel over a dog light in Lauof tho fiscal year was at tho close secured no one has thus far been able to You to Goods, G2,401. Tho now ollices established were rel resulted in the murder of Ned House seo or taste it. e., so 4,280 and tho now free delivery offices by his cousin, Win. House. R. A. Burnsido returned on Friday John Lake, while in an intoxicated from an extensivo trip through Eastern number 53. Mr. Wanamakqr still advoto o goods cates n postal telegraph and the reduc condition, was run over and killed by a KeutucKV. low He is in tho real estate wa nn.n in- .. tion of postage to a cent, but his report train on tho Mavsvillo branch. business and has been quito successful RichJames M. Wise, n shows that both propositions aio impracthus far. ticable. Besides tho people prefer a bet- mond, Va., tobacconist and a brother of Tho young people of the town made of the Congressman, is dead. ter service to a reduction of postage. a raid on Editor Marrs at his cozy resi The L. it X. has ordered 15 consoliThe editor of tho Somerset Reporter dated, passenger engines, which deuce on Friday evening last and were continues to beat tho air and howl in his are capable of running 00 miles an hour. entertained in regal style. Success to tho Central Record and its able and esimpotent fury, but as no one ever reads The committee lias agreed to approWe to goods timable editor. the emanations of this disgustiiiR moral priate $135,000,000 for pensions next Miss Love Wherritt, of Covington, we marked sam- year, but it will take $200,000,000 to pay by to leper, unless he sends out is visiting Miss Bessie Wherritt. Judge ho is evidently doing it for his own the demands. ples, to M. II. Owsley has returned from private delectation and can in no event Owing to tho strike of 0,000 miners to Ira J. Taylor, of Cincinnati, harm either tho Interior Journal or at Birmingham tho furnaces are shutting to i, t.hnsn Lnnk, at. lr Will f I r . Jl Mil eVfyfj." ff.fjll. iyif ., v , f the Republican. Havimj been confront- down and soon there will bo 20,000 peo- spent Saturday and Sundav in town. vests SOe wo 9()c. Willie Collier, of tho Custom House, .Merino ed with proofs of his guilt of an infrac- ple out of work. u.nth-rinpnLouisville, visited his sister, Mrs. R. L. 41 commandment, without tion of the 7th The different States of tho Union 'e Elkiu, Sunday. an attempt at controversion, he now rips now owe S1S2,000,000. a. suit., nmvt.h. ?' o.k. Since 1SS0 they R. A. Burnside, who returned last the 9th up tho back and pets right down have paid off $72,000,000, or more than $ wool be week from a trip to Eastern Kentucky, to hard lying. Poor fellow, ho is an ob- of what they owed 10 years ago. low. reports that he came very near seeing ject of pity, as are all other Win. Millison, an insane pauper in a bear in Just how comity. people and fools. tho Vermillion, Ind., county poor asyclose he came to seeing the bear is of $72 According to the Commissioner of Ju. lum, has been granted a pension not easily explained from the fact that per month, with $12,000 arrears. he did not see it at all. He is quite sure ternnl Revenue there are on hand 50 The Kansas republicans are said to of Main Street, Stanford, Ky, gallons of whisky and two barrels o one thing, however, and that is he ainiinj-crhave decided to support Ben F.Simpson, saw n bear's track, or something ho con beer each for every ane of the (52,022,230 of Topeka, for U. S. Senator, on account sidered to be a bear's track. Ah he was people that Census Porter Bays are in la- II P. Owsley bought of Logan Murof tho impossibility of not armed at the time, what the conse- phy. W. T. the United States. Tho production of galls. Tucker and others a lot of spirits last year was 21)9,000,000 gallons, The United States has paid off $999,- - quences would have been if ho had actu 250 to 3001b. hogs at to 3.35. tliis year 024,000,000 gallons, an increase dOO.000 of its debt since since 1SS0, or ally met up with bruin, are not easily T. J. Curtis sold to M. F. Arbucklo of So,000,000 gallons. There were brewed more than Heeler la ..... j. The .Nation now owes determined, for, while the speed of the 30 yearling mules for Tennessee parties 27,501,000 barrels of beer, an increase o $923,000,000, or less than the sum paid off enraged animal would have been great, at ISO per head. Richmond Register. Mr. B. is quite fleet of foot and would no 2,500,000 over last year. The number of in 10 years. The department of ogriculturo esti GROCERIES AND distilleries running is 0,211, 02 more Cyrus II. McCormick and his friends doubt have put in his best licks in an mates the average corn yield this year at Oltuinwaro, Tlnwn.ro, &o. than in 18S9. At this rate it will bo a have organized a company with $33,000.-00- 0 opposite direction from the bear. 111." bushels to the acre, less tlun any Has on hand a fresh supply of canned floods ol every description, long time before prohibition can prevail, The Thanksgsving service at the year since 1SS1, when it was is (i to tho capital to manufacture farming imif it eVer does. a; few more Christian church on Thursday last was uci e. plements, and incidentally ...neenroni. benns, prunes and in fact eveiything found in a well attended by the different denominaAlliance men. Rennick Bros., of Bourbon county grocery. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, Census Portkii admits, after the mayor Tho officers of the steamer T. P. tions and tho public generally. Rev. sold at Chicago last week 4S head of Re so raisins, his head and governor had driven it into &c, in great variety. Give my Nudavcne, something new, Adams, Miss., W. D. Heddleston, of the Presbyterian of Sharon Shorthorns at an average of oil tliatlie did make a Leathers, burnedNew Port with a a trial. Orleans. They re church, delivered the 6ermon from tho $1)1. have arrived at mistake of 125,000 in tho population of port that 17 people were either burned ISth chapter of Luke and part of the 11th W. F. Sherlock bought lor Avery New York. Mr. Porter may think this a verse: "God, I thank Thee that I am Winston, of Lexington, 73,000 pounds of or drowned. conGO TO very small matter, and it might be At Columbia, Ala., John Daniels, a not as other men are." He said that new hemp in Woodford, at $1.50 per 112 doned, but 'or the fact that theso misnegro, whom a mob went to lynch, escap- men were not thankful for what they re. pounds. takes have only occurred in democratic ed from jail dressed as a woman and ac- ceiveil in common with others, but for The Tobacco Congress ot Clarksvllle, . localities. The evidence continues to companied by tho deputy sheriff, reach- the blessings they enjoyed that were su- Tenn., demanded that the t x be taken accumulate that the census of 1S90 is the perior to those of others. It was the dif- off tobacco and the license to handle it ed Birmingham. "2WODISI.. most partisan and misleading enumeracapital of $2,500,-00- ference in their favor for which they be repealed. A company, with a tion that this country has ever endured. He said that philoso is to be started at Kanawha City, were thankful. T. B. Bright sold to Joe Harlan, of For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats of all kinds, Cream Cheese, Crackers, Maccaroni, Tickles, Hominy, Sauces, Olives, Mince Meat W. Va., for tho manufacture of salt, so- phers had endeavored in vain to con- Bovle, l jennet colts at$200 and a ' jack Another lono robber has held up a I uddme, Dried Fruits, Prunes, Raisins, Currants, Georgia Pacific and notwith- da ash, bromine, bicarbonate of soda and vince men that all their acquisitions of colt for $250. He also sold to K. P. Ows train on the Nuts and Candies' wealth in excess of what was needed for ley 100 largo hogs at 3 10. standing tho presence of the express other chemicals. Also plain and fancy Glass and Quecnswarc, Lamps and Lanterns of The steamer T. P. Leathers burned their comfort and temporal wants Foil 3LB. Eighteen (IS) good cot messenger, the mail agent and tho bagevery description. He administered ton yearling mules, thirteen (13) of Miss. Five of the crew amounted to nothing. gage man ho robbed the safe and then near Fort Adams, The cargo consisted of 2,800 a just rebuke to the avaricious tenden- which are mares. W.I. Letcher, Paint ordering tho latter trembling individual were lost. He is now receiving and opening the largest and finest stock of Holito pull the bell cord, the train was stop- hales of cotton and other freight, all of cies of the age, and gave an able and con- Lick. Garrard county, Ky. day Goods and Toys ever brought to this market. vincing exposition of gospel truth in reE. .W. Leo bought of J. M. Reid Jt ped and ho stepped quietly into the which was destroyed. ser- Son 15 head of 1,01 The altercation between W. L. Hun- gard to the duties of christians. The cattle at darkness unmolested. If three greater cowards have ever been brought to no- ter, editor of tho Bee, and Town Marsha' vices were under the supervision of Eld. cents, and of Robert McAIister 15 head Charles Nicholson, at Sylacauga, Ala., Frank, in which Revs. Terry, Stout and of at same price. tice we have failed to hear of it. terminated in .he death of Nicholson Walden participated. The music, conE. W. Lee bought of Jim Layton, of sisting of choruses, a duet and gospel Garrard, It head of export cattle, weight It has been very sagely remarked that with a bullet in his head. if the Congress which came together yesMajor Sanger, of tho inspector gen- hymns, under the supervision of R. H. 1,000 pounds, at I. Green Woodcock terday tries to run things against tho lato eral's corps, suggests a new . military Batson, added to tho interest of the occa- sold 10 head of feeders at 3j verdict of tho people, it will run itself school, to bo located near Lexington, in sion. and bought a lot of hog9 at 3. Danville into n very deep hole. Tho leaders are which American boys shall bo trained Advocate. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. mad, very mad, and will make all man- for oflkers. W. O. Emerson & Co.. have derided ner of bluffs at first, butjthey are too senMrs. Hodges, of Carthage, Mo., has to run their distillery nt Lebanon Corn is said to bo worth ?3 in Powell not sible to continue long at the silly opera- given birth to tho smallest baby that county. this season and have given Mattingly & tion spoken of in Acts 9:5. ever saw the light. It weighs only S W. M. Beck bought in Casey 12 feed- Co. $f00 to releaso them from the conounces and is no larger than a tract to furnish them slop. W. M. ing cattle at 2 cts. The Lancaster Record is wrong in its feed cutter. Spalding sold to B. S. Mattingly 17 cotdoll. It is still living and likely to, the Wanted, a second-hanand for summary of the complexion of tho next ton mules at $135 and 2 at $S0, to bo deW. B. .McRoberts. mem- doctors say. Congress. Counting the Alliance ' Co t o rl b m well adapted to children Uiat Necessity is the mother of inven A. F. Moberlyold to Monte Fox 8 livered the 1st of January. Lebanon CMlorla rarrw Colic, Ontntlrwtlon, bers ns democrats, and they are, almost 8ur btnmru li, Dlarrluna. Emulation, Irrcommenl ltaiuiTlortoany re;rfiUon Enterprise. tion. A Yankee, who had his hand torn cattle nt 2J cts. KIIU Worm, pl?r tUvp, uid iroinotr dl exception, there will bo 244 without known to me." II. A. Aucnin, It. I)., rttlcn. woolen mill, has succeeded in inIn the year ending November 1 the Stamboul cut a quarter off his record Without injurious medication. Ill Bo. Oxford BL, lirooVln, N. Y. democrats to 87 republicans, a democrat- off in a venting an artificial hand, which is said Saturday, going tho mile in 2:11. sales of Armour A Co., of Chicago, ag. ic majority of 157. This is a fewer Th Cknticr Commnt, ? Murray Strwt, If. V perfect substitute for the Foil Sale. A registered Jersey bull, gregated $05,000,000. They slaughter d number of members than the repuhli. to be an almost cattle and 350,000 hand. 1,450,000 hogs, 050,000 15 months old. J. G. Carpenter. cans have elected since the organization natural Mrs. Lease, the Kansas orator, said W. A. Hail sold to J. 0. & Monto sheep, and employed 7,000 men, whose party. of tho wages averaged $500 per man. In addicattle at 3J cts. at a recent ratification meeting: "If an Fox 8 M. F. Elkin & Co. bought of A. 3. tion to this they have glue works, with Senator Quay, who has returned from Alliance representative votes for Ingalls, hogs at $3.40. Florida, says ho always was opposed to I pray God I may bo permitted to pull Myers 10 550 men. where they turned out (5,250,-00- 0 GO TO- Fores-tu- s bill and if his party passes it, the other end of the rope which swings pounds of glue and 9,000 tons of fertho Force J. II. Miller has delivered to New York will go democratic in J892 by him into eternity." tilizers and grease. Reid about 00 barrels of corn at $2. Congressional perhaps 100,000 Tho benator, unlike Tho Miller-Elli- ott A. T. Xunnelley bought of Hon. G. Civsar's wife, is far from being above contest in tho 7th district of South Caro- A. Lackey 33 head of hogs at HOKsuspicion, in fact ho is even more than lina has been decided by the board of 3. 31. BRUCE, suspicioned, but ho knows whal's what canvassers issuing a certificate of elec A. T. Nunnelloy pays highest cash Stoves, Stoves, Coal Vases, about as near as any politician in the tion to Col. Elliot, the democratic candi- market price for hides and country proSALE AND FEED SME, business. This makes tho delegation solidly duce. date. STANFORD. KY, O. J. Crow sold to Mattingly, of LebAlso full line of Hardware. We make a specialty of Cutlery. Sole In a spectacular entertainment At Rich- democratic. SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL harness mare Special Agent Elliott reports in favor anon, a fancy agents for the Celebrated Queen Shears every pair warranted. mond, entitled "Tho Temple of Fame,'' traveler. Horiei and mule bought and told. seven for $250. Onlvfirst-claFrench Tipton, of the Climax, appeared of a suspension of honciand vehicle uted in llvcrv. We also handle a full line of Quecnswarc and Groceries and guarantee absolutely necessary for the of corn. Wanted at once a as Oscar Wilde, in dudo costume, flaxen years, as our prices to be as low as anybody's. Try our "O. K." Lard, best curlsandabig sunflower. The wood- preservation of the seal from annihila Will pay $2.25 loaded on the cars. S. in the world. thero are not M. Owens. cock, being present, made his usual re- tion. He estimates that of S. M. Owens bought two over 10,000 seal in American waters, mark before soaring away to butt its ThU notice forewarn hunter, fishermen and hardly enough for breeding purposes. corn of J. F. and B. G. Gover at $2.25 dewall. brains out against a stone Yon feel tired Do you knov other not to tretpat on our land without per witnessing the livered on tho ears. While they were muibn, a all tuch will be protocuted to the full what it mrcuiH? You nro ner. jack en extent of tha law. Signed: II. foot ball contest, 2,K)0 Foil Sale. A nice It is said that the president's message Princeton-Ya- le B. W. GAINKS. voiis "Why? You cough in the J. McKINNKV. 11,000 and 12,000 words. people occupying tho staud were precip- by "Hubble's Beecher." R. H. contains betweeu Mr SAMKOKD IRWIN, JUll.N O. LYNN, morning Do you rcalizotho cause: HAU.OU. AL1CK TUCKER. JOS. Mr. Crab Orchard. That's a great waste of time and space. itated in a confusod mass to tho ground W. A. HAMILTON. TIIOS. C. HALL. Your npjK;tite is poor What makes I S IMIII.LII'o REYNOLDS. Thirty Southdown ewes and 20 ewe M C I1KCK, The littlo man ought to have said sim- by its giving away. Mora than 00 it bo? You seem liko a changed L Mr. ALICE I IIAUGIIMAN. broken bones and other injuries' lambs sold at public salo in Shelby at a J. K. H. COOl'ER, WAKE ply: "Boys we are beat like the old wo KM. COFFKV. person to your friends Do you W A. Mr. M.A.MARTIN. man kept tavern and it we uo not menu The game stood 32 to 0 in favor of the fraction over $10 apiece. J E IIRUCE, ROI'Kltf HARNETT. know what is tho matter, or has wo will bo wiped out of exist- Yales. M. Long & Co., of Anderson, pur. W I. GRIMES. S. our ways tho chango been so gradual it has Tho convicts of tho Ohio penitentia- chased 100 steers in Chicago, which cost ence." escaped your notice? WE WILL SEND ry were treated to a Thanksgiving dinner him 3.2d at home. News. Parneli. didn't have the manliness or and it took 2,500 pounds of turkey with You havo Consumption I 0. P. Huntingion says that tho THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tho patriotism to retire from the leader- mashed potatoes, dressing and giblet have Bhipped 530,000,000 worth o do not say this to frighten uTf .TT ship of the Irish cause, so preparations IN CLUB WITH you, but it Is true. ;T Thcso Aro tho tmre symptoms of this tcrriblo diseosof Thero sauce, 00 dozen bunches of celery, 50 of green fruit this season. are being made to kick him out. Ho Col. John W. Poor, of this county. bushels of apples, 1,800 mince pics, Ac. MAGAZINE is one thing which will check it and that i missed his golden opportunity ami will Ordinarily tho meals are eaten in silence, bought from G. B. Woodcock, oi Boyle, go to the rear in disgrace. d but at this dinner tho convicts were al- in Lancaster, on Monday, 40 head ONE YEAR FOR $3.50. It li recommended by the be.t ph.lclan In Europe and America. slop cattle at 2 j. Lancaster RecSi.OpO.OOO lowed to talk to each other, which they --The public 5eta, 5ecalaaa4 11.0 er Belli. Stanford, Ky. W.P.WALTON, - W, H. HOOKER & CO., 46 We Broadway, New York. enjoyed almost as much as the meal. ord. last month. - Interior Journal NEWS CONDENSED. Tho Kansas legislature will not have enough members who are lawyers to make up a judiciary committee. W. F. WALTON. post-ollic- long-drawn-- Son-ato- ELEGANT PLUSH PARLOR SET, d post-maste- rs big money And one that every propose spending dollar with us a chance upon this want your trade and sell the very goods cheaper than any other house in Stanford. post-ollic- es Our Stock Is Large and Varied. well-know- n have buy Dry Clothing, Shoes, Boots, flats, Carpets, you may as well get a chance upon this useful and beautiful set of furniture for every dollar you have spend. The excellency our and our genuine vrices demonstrate that do tha tmsincsx. f.nj creased prices for anything in our line. )'' Tariff or No Tariff Cuts No Figure With our prices. ! Mid-dlesbor- o. feeble-minde- d sold correspondingly are determined sell lower than anybody. The tune has at last arrived when arc compelled the cold weather put on our heavy underwear. Those that are not fortunate enough have their Winter Underwear left over from last season will find it greatly their advantage vurchase at num. .,,7.;o. r ,.,!;, ',.,. .'' rwoea apiece, ladies' extra fine suits it, ,tn worth $J .25; ladles' aUwoou while or red xi worth $2.25. Men's Merino underwear 00c ",',, red underwear $1, worth $1.50, and all other underwear' will 7 1 v THE LOUISVILLE STORE . II. SALINGER, J. W. RAMSEY, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARB first-clas- s pile-drive- r, A. A. 0, WARREN'S GROCERY" i !! 14 1 1.550-poun- d 1,100-poun- j!CMHHH5!BHHEH!HE9HiHHHiHiHiflHE99l 10-ce- d Infants Children. 1,500-poun- d 300-poun- -- 270-pou- nd HIGGINS & M'KINNEY'S -- I. lira, st Heating Cooking Bods, Fire Sets, StoveBoards. Coal car-loa- d car-loa- POSTED. DO fe WHAT Bro-naug- Biif-for- YOU JpJj m AILS Cali-fornia- fRimiiWL-- " vnna " DEM0REST 1,000-poun- '4btHwd DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY. N 'Ji V . -- - . iMifeahMMMMWtt ttmammttm n i h t? i '" Ski.k-juisin- o "iffjfjig?1", gV " w --- i : "M" r. MMhMaiMWMlUAN jt I - rJ. i. M t . " " Ill fci fci irtinnfr li h I Hi 1 UM4WkWiMariPM4a t it sn iii m it 1. r. 1 Semi-Week- ly Mk. Curtis Watts is building n good Tho Kpiscopal service held by Rev. blacksmith shop on Church Btrect, to be W.Y. Sheppard in the Odd Fellows' occupied by Smith Fmbry. Hall, Sunday, completely filled tUat com!V Am. kinds of produce wanted. A. T. . zy establishment. A number of the Ky , Dechmhcr 2, 1890 Xuunelley. Stakfokd, Pkte Huston, an experiended hand, Danville congregation came up, includoilers his services to those wishing hogs ing Misses Mary Shelby, Laura Calloway, You can net IS stamp nizo pictures nt killed. OfllcoatS J. Hmbry's. Lettie Cownn and Louise Oxley, Dr. Harp's gallery for f . , o. A. A. Waiuien has just received and Leach, J. J. Samuels and II. P. Hush, IIionnsT cash price paid for hides and opened tho largest and handsomest stock and added to the interest of the meeting. furH at M. F. Klkin & Co's. MEANS BUSINESS. of Holiday Goods ever brought to this The Berinon was a good one, and the Oisr whole service, especially the celebration Pay your accounts. 1 mean you. A. New line of Hrtitwels and wool carpets, market. Call and see them. of tho Lord's Supper, solemn and impresK. l'etiny. mats and floor oil clothes nt Severance & Wanted, a position as local or editori- sive. Miss Gertrude Howard presided and Son's. Watch ks and jewelry repaired al pnrngrnpher on n Ky. paper. Five at the organ and assisted by Mrs. J. M. warranted. A. II. Penny. Til k bent place to buy drujjs, patent Wiinro well prepared toslauKhterhoKS years' experience in newspaper work. Hubbard, Miss Louis Tipton, S. S. Myers And Full of the Best Goods on the Market. We are still Sole medicines and toilet articled is at A. H. for the public. Our charges nio 50 cts. n Address "Hamlet,' this olilce and other good singers, furnished excelPennv'r. Agents for the Celebrated head delivered. M. F. Klkin A Co. Tin: report of a huge scandal at Crab lent music. Mr. Shcppard is greatly enHoy your Bchool bookB, ink, Ublet. couraged in his work here and is confiOrchnrd turns out upon investigation to Buppliea of nil Caper, pencils and whool Foil Hunt. Tho desirable residence from A. K. IVnnv. have been a greatly exaggerated piece of dent that he will be able to build up a on Main street now occupied by Mrs. good congregation from the present memthe busybody's imagination. "personal pointsT Hettie McKinney. Apply to J. J. bership of ten or less. He is an earnest Also a Large Assortment of Piior. John Smith's weather predic- and indifatigahto worker and gee ins to M. J. 11. Paxton went to Middlesboro tion, printed exclusively in this paper, have his whole soul in the cause. yesterday. A hoy. Mrs. K. H. Jones received a MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S wih verified as usual and thousands of II. C. ItitidiiT, of Counernville. Iud., dispatch Saturday from her A good Btory is related at the expense 2.23 get away witli ceased to was Iiero Friday. Mr. 0. V. Kiley, Mntini; that a promising porkers of a modest young newspaper man In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard Mihn Gkoikua Wkay returned from youngster had just arrived at his houtc corn. which is going tho rounds credited to Screwed. Louisville Friday. and will be known as Unwell Kiley. Wils Jenninob sat for a photograph "Ex." It is to the uflect that the pusher J. L. Wjiitkiik.U), of Williamsburg Saturday and of the pencil went out to report a party, l Siikiiipp Pkaiii., of London, and a for tliu & was in town Saturday. e Mr. Kurp succeeded in making a whore tho homo had recently been Ki:iwi:y has been visiting at number of deputies, armed with Mim. Ida picture of the young man, who used b!cBied by n new baby. Accompanied Hand-TurneGoodyear Welts, in fact almost everything needed in and delivered Wils J. II. ChappellV. to be a terror in Harlan county. by his best girl he met tho hostess at Jennings to the jniler here Friday. We the Boot and Shoe line. l it. J. D. Johnston, of Marrodahuri;, learn that tho evidence convicting him On tho 10th of October the Grace Gor- the door, and after the usual salutations, iiiKncil through to Lnnnmter Sunday. asked her after baby's health. Tho lndy Mu. K. It lluunuiAK, of Marion, was was entirely circumstantial, but strong. don Co. contracted to play n week at Walton'B Opcre House, beginning Dc. who is quite deaf, and suffering with la up Sunday to see his lady friend here. The HniNK Family. Kev. W. A. fit Ii, but as no tidings have since como grippe, thinking he was asking about her Miw. II. A. PitUKand sou, N. 11. Price, pastor of the Ilarrodsburg Hnptist from them, we suppose that they have cold, told him that, though siie usually A. C. SINE. Jr.,BpentKunday with Dr. A. S. Price. J. N. ME.VEFEE. clinrcli, writes: "The concerts were rich stranded. had ono every winter, this was the Mk. Gnomu: Hliiton, of I'ltlburK. musical treats. Prof. Heine tu a violinworst she ever had; it kept her awake at spent oeveral days with relatives here. ist surpasses any other I ever heard; as Cauhiaoe Snor. Holderman & Camp- niglitsn good deal at first and confined Mim IIum.ic Cook, of Ilustonville, has n gentleman I commend him to God's bell, at Win. Daiigherty's old stand, are her to her bed. Then, noticing that the been tho tiui'ct of Mm. RobL McAlinter. people wherever ho may go." At Wal- prepared to do all kind of carriage and scribe was getting pale and nervous, she The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Mu. A. It. Pkn.nv went to Cincinnnti ton's Opuru House Friday and Saturday buggy work. Painting and repairing said she could tell by his looks that he yesterday to lay in his ClirlnttmiM stock. next. neatly and promptly done. Satisfaction was going to have one just like hers, and SASH, Mini Lauka Kkli.kii, of Ilarrodnhurir, guaranteed. asked him to go in and sit down. The DOORS, Vkrkland'h Ml.VhTiiuiJi are all and viBitiiiK her brother, Mr. (5. C. Keller, paper came out as usual the next v eek, BLINDS, SIDING, more- than they claim. They give a capThe K. of P. lodge will bo organized Jr. local editor has quit inquiring Utah, ital show and are deserving of the most Friday, 10th, when the Somerset lodge, but the Mas. J. A. Cui.tkii, of Suit I.ake, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. about babies. i tho Client of hor relative, Miss Sabra liberal patronage. Arthur Iteming and assisted by members of tho Danville and harry McAvoy are tip top, while each I juicnster lodges, w ill be present and Hay. A peculiar torture is practiced in the WOVEN WIRE FENCE. Cou W. S. Mu.Mtii, of Iako Ottoer, member of the company is good. Their give the boys an idea how to start tho prison of Uskub. Thieves and forgers Tonn., was here yentuiday, en routo to brass baud and orchustni cannot be beat ball We carry a full stock of everything found in a are chained naked to the lloor and 50 and the whole entertainment is l.atien5ter. body of each perNorniNo is safe here now for tho mis- ants are placed on the C3C-.&SMum. Gkoiioi: Howijon and daughter, erable petty thieves. Mrs. Bettio Mc- son. It is said that the uneatiness causof IouisvillH, are visiting Mrs. I.ucile, Tin: election Saturday on the question Kinney had two chairs stolen from her ed by the ants roaming freely over the Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract John Hell GIImoh. of reducing the stock of the First Nation- front jKiroli Sunday night, a gentleman body is the most exasperating torture. for building SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. Mihhks Kmma MiuiritN and Ulllo Wk can Hive you from 25 cents to SI Fiuiieh, of Danville, have been vinititiK al Hank from ti),000 to $200,000 result- was relieved of the whip left in his buged in tho proposition enrryinj; by $H,000 gy, and so on. Somebody's got to be on all publications ordered through us. Mim Nannie Walter. Mis I.kna Wii.i.iAjiN. of 'Hustonvillc ovr tho ncccuuiy two thirds majority, shot. ii viUic hur cousin, Mi.1 Htitlio Cusl-dy- . $IS0,000 of stock being vo wl in the NEW AIVKkTISKJIEXTS. His old acquaintances were surprised There was no, negative vote, l.exinj'ton Tranwtipt. yesterday to see Mr. Bryant Hutchison, Mim. J. Ii. Faiikis iBttpeiidiuc tho week but tho.se who failed to vote were count- Watch Inspector L. & N. R. R., dealer in whom they long ago mourned as drownin Diinvitle. to a (tend tho protracted ' ed on that side. Highty of the 131 share- - ed. When he departed a few years ago KESnTT. 1rlilft-- l t'nlail Ul'lUVIO 1UVU in 'eting at the Hnptist church. he left a note behind saying that he Having lewd tbr Mencfec Stable, I now offer Mu. (i. H. Oooi'ku went to Huston villc li. p, Uwrtl.lCV im nroi'ri'HMiiH' llnclv willi would seek a watery grave and for three my NEW STAIILE on Lancaster ttreet for runt .,.. f... 5 all i. 4 l f :n i.: ...i i. It ha ton latH Mo Stalls anil n the very best wnere ue ... im pn.ij ,,iH )0rk ,))ickinu business. a weeks his friends d nigged Cedar Creek He has place in the county far Jiclc and Horse stand for Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. week's hunt in Adair county. season xntlv kllle.l 1.'j0 hogs and will continue and Dix River for him, but, alas, he the cuminsaddress A large ciucrn at the dour Call on or from to Hl;,j.,lcr M H ,ay - .Mil Hoi.kut Mi Alihtkii letumed n8 ,0I)K lla m, CM1 wasn't there. A. T. NL'NNELLKV, Stanford SRtoMu r Hot Springs and a tour of the W. st, Sat- thum at fl ronfiounl,lt. ,,ric0i HiH M. urd iy, much Improved in health. DOINGS. DEATHS' taWlllhnicul Kvn employment to 12 or I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) MihsimMamk I.ynn and Llnio and if, H.W0IMI nl ,irtw.is lively appear- Samuel J. Uaughmati, son of the " a nee, forSupt. J. K. Hruce knows how AUluo .'loneieo speiu mivurni unvn deputy sheriff of Hoy le, died of typhoid Miw Mamie Tucker, near May wood. to get work done. A FARM OF ABOUT 200 OR 250 ACRES. fever, aged 11). Dii, W. It. O'Hanno.v, of Kingsvillo, Mr. J. W. VanArsdalo dropped dead Will expnt party to ttkeln part payment a rtch, On account of Miss Lena Kills' continwas linre Friday anl promisitl to keep -in at his home in Danville Saturday morn leveljcrt. Givealienuan cnuniv, Kansas, nt ?u 50 ued illness, she has been forced to give per description "Hand Atioreis on the new in his section. im If l!OX u, Hurnslde. Ky. T ing, the result of an attack of apoplexy MiXiltH. 11. Hkown and T. K. Kremer, up the jKwition as trimmer at my milli-narlie waa at ouo time a prominent wholeI have engaged tho servilast store and of New Albany, Ind., were here of Junction City, and was n sale merchant week to see one of our most lovnblo ces of her sister, Miss Iiura, who Is well known in business circles. He was A Favcrila for Nearly a Hundred Years. girls. here. Shu invites her old cusMiis. Wavekly Hamilton, Miss tomers as well as the public in general about 15 years of age and leaves a wife Duddernr and Mr. and Mrs. Wheel- to call and give her a share of their pa- and 5 children. Is Receiving His TH3 0IST0IN2TATI Mr. C.K. CoiTey.ii native of Casey er have returned from a visit to Som- tronage. Mrs. M. F. Klkin. county and formerly a merchant at this erset. Novkmiikii proved, especially the latter place, died on tho Uoth, at Orlando, Fin., Miis. W. 11. Mii.lkii and little I.inda went to Frankfort yesterday and will part of it, anything but the cold and where he bad gonu for the benelit of his Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. spend a few days with bur huHbaud dreary month it usually h. For the last health, aged So. Ho removed to Owens-bnrbeautifully clear and ten days it was in 1NM and had since made that his (Weekly Edition of the Commercial Gazette there. M sss iw. Will Lynn ami K. K. Hig- - pleasant and winter came in yesUrday home. One of his daughters, Miss Sallie, 1891 Greely predicted was the Co., in tho same way. wife of Mayor 1). W. Van 1891 giiiB, of the linn of P. G. Coker were here this week to see snow in the northern portion of the deveer, of this place, another married I,onisvllle, State yesterday, but there's where he Mr. John YV. Whipp, of Liberty, and a To Old Friends and New Friends, tho firm of Wmy ft l!out. Mim Maiiy Hume entertained her made a mistake. There wore no clouds third Congressman W. T. Kllis, of Oweiis-boro- , OREETINrs CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. The Weekly Raiettc ha entered upon its 98th where two other of the girls also Volume fr.ends from I to 7 i. m. Friiiny evening, for it to come from. wits mark ot increased energy in every huhlmudx. Mr. Co ley was a son department and with a liberal iuptwrt, which i in honor of the Misses Owsley, of Stan-forTin: Heinu Family, consisting of Prof. found Molasses, Tea, Coffee, Syrups, Money, of Capt. Jesse Colley, quite a noted poli acknowledged with the most cordiaf apprecnitlon a Sugar, Richmond cor. Courier-JournaWo luvc every avvuratuc we know tt to be Josef Heine, Mad. Ada Heine and Miss tieiau in Ids day, having been legislator, lait that th Weekly Garette is unsurpassed Starch, Candles, Mios M Ail IK MiAlimtkii left Wcdnea-di- Kvelyn Salt, Vinegar, Lard, Flour, Meal. Heine, will give two of their constant excellency oliti contents and Casey county's dele- and for chcapncts. 'lhouj;liii contains the cream for New Orleans to join her mother, wonderful concerts at Walton's Opera State Senator of dally usiies, it costs Mrs. M. H. McAlister. From there they House Dec. 5 and (J under the auspices gate to the constitutional convention of any Wading .aily. One dollar lets per copy than FARINACEOUS GOODS: a)cri less nan Ml). He also commanded u company in two cents a copy and we pay the postageg to Florida for tho winter. Danville of the Gleaners for the Kingdom. Tho It is our steady aim to improve tho Weekly Ga Maccarom, Mavormg Cheese, Extracts, in tho Northwest and retie In every possible direction. We consider Spices, A Ivocate. family have given concerts in every part Shelby's command T. M Lewis' family have returned was in tho battle in which Tecumsth was this first, the expense afterward. more fully than Dit. Raisins, Prunes, Figs, Citron, Currants, the Weekly (luzelte will hate of tho civilized world and the press and from Mackville, Washington county, to people have been loud in their praises. killed. Those of our citizens who Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, Hall Lamps, Parlor and tho deceased speak of him in The News of all the World; his farm near Danville and the doctor The professor can come us near making Oueensware and Tinware. Mayor will also return and resume his practice a violin talk as any man on earth, while the highest terms of praise. The Freshest and Fairest Market Reports; good business in says ho was in pretty The Hest Articles for Farmers & Horticulturists ; as soon as he winds up his his wife is a pianist of the highest order. Vandeveer Pure and Interesting Matter for the Household; Mackville. circumstunces and leaves an estate of Miss Heine has a magnificent soprano Attractive and Useful Heading for Ladies; Mu. Romciir Ki.lis and Miss Laura Ki$40,000. about A Lively & Instructive Children's Department; voice, clear and pure as tho tones of a lls, of Louisville, are hero to see their Trustworthy Political News and Comment; bell. The entertainment is a musical CHURCH AFFAIRS. Bister, Miss Lena Kllis, who continues Choice, fascinating stories A the Finest Poetry; treat rarely enjoyed by tho smaller Mitcciliny that all will Enjoy; very ill. Tho frleiids of Miss Kllis had Tho Carlisle Mercury says that Eld towns. Don't fail to attend and thus Illustrated Sketches, Hright Paragraphing; Bho was telegraphed for her mother, but help the young Gleaners pay the salary Lucas' meeting at the Christian church IN SHORT, IT IS A uuable to come, on account of a fall from of the Japanese minister they are trying there has had 20 additions. a street car, in which bIio sprained her WEEKLY PAPER to raise. Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Klder V. J. Ward, who married Miss SPLENDID back. Hannah Fair, has accepted a call to tho Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, The following young peoplo from Hits Tun "V. A. M'b" have reason to bo IJaptist church. DOLLAR A tonvillu witnessed Vreeland'B Minstrels proutl of their entertainment, Thursday Somerset Jewelry and Silverware. The next day after ho was baptized herd Friday evening: Miss Sallie Klkin, evening, as those who were fortuallow the F!et ' Shack Huiiman; Miss Jessie Cook, W. nate enough to be present will gladly an Indiana man ran oir with the wife of To Agents we Sample Copies Terms yet offered. him undor. D. Weatherford; Miss Ora Kuoch. Jim testify. It was a swell social event in tho preacher who had put Rev. G. II. Simmons, who has just Reid; Miss Nannie Givens, Hugh Mann tho first place; was held at Mihs Mamyo Railroad The ing; and Messrs. W. I). Hooker, George Lynn's hospitable home; tho night was closed a meeting at tho Portland Baptist Terms Daily Commerci&l Gazette: 5. "a DAW. V INCLUDING SUNDAY: Bradley and Kd Owens. tfZaam bright and bracing; a number of sweet church, Louisville, with 52 additions w u 2 O Noblesville, Ind., Democrat says: girls were ushered into the social world bos gone to Georgetown to hold a meetThe Year $14 00 in 6 Months 7 00 3 C "Miss Minnie Dinwiddie, who is visiting on tho occasion, and, by the way, mado ing there. 3 .Muntns 3 50 2 CU Month -- 1 .2 as In tho election to decide tho ques Dally- - Satuiuay Mrs. Anno Dunn, is n typical Southern ns lovely lotof debutantes ns one would o o a 00 onlr girl. She sang last night at the recep. find in a year's search. In fact every- tion as to the admission of women of tho Q 0 H " OMIHTD: tlon with marked success, as was dcuirn thing combined to make tho evening a Methodist Kpiscopal Church to tho gen, .s & w rj U .,$!2 00 3 . Btrated by the hearty encore which was pleasant ono and tho V. A. M'b can rest eral conference, tho women have won, if 6 Year I . w Months 6 00 She has a pure Boprnno yoIco insured their labors were amply reward. they get a fair count given her. 3 00 3 Mouths Month 00 mectiug at too Daily Sunday only Hev. b. l'erkiiu of musical flexibility and sweetness, ol. The pretty hostess, uMibted by Miss- 3 00 H g "3 still showing thorough cultivation " Address and Ophelia .Lackey, Susie Methodist church at os Clnra THE COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO, Annie Menefeo and Annie tiuues. There have been no professions Cincinnati, Ohio. S tr S to CITY ANU VICINITY. Green, entertained, and each played her to date, but members have been jjrently of z g .y "Wk can save you ?: to $:i on cloaks r le faultk'hsly, while Inino host, Mr. J. awakened by his earnest expounding gospel. E. Lynu, welcomed in a way characteria-- ! tho and iacketB. Severance A Son. .a o u O For Foreign inibsions tho Christian tin of that thorough Kentucky Rontle-- 1 3 3. IXf wfATLTlfO lUXBOOPl Jones' and 0111. At the proper tinio an elegant Church in tho United States wants 12 Takk your eggs to J00S. wku ui mutous Xrt WwHm UMotnaiMiai, get 20 eta, Opposite Tortnian House. lunch waa served and with tho 8 or 10 cents from each of its 760,000 members, 7Ul.it. SU aimeeo tmOjUmiiriinin flupOl B. H. DANK3, Jewelor, tho first Lord's dny in rwt k 1 its wumrmm vv sm r MTU u mtw z. to attend the wants or $100,000 by ikMl.t.l. uisUtH WU TsYUTIMnT-lasDon't forget that J. B. Hipj?ina pays sweet bixteeners" goes his niMUi0a(OtoSMa4rnl(aCMSrSssk WHUssS. without say-- 1 March next. Kentucky has 80,000 oieui-in- g tourist'! !, ssbImMsm mu for hidea of the participants it trrt sM (mi4) tr. the highest cash market prico ain Street, Opp. STANFORD, Ky MB stsUHOAl. OO.t BUFFALO H Y. and is asked for $10,000. greatly enjoyed. bers that it was and fur, Interior Journjl buckwheat Hour nt S. S. 3 3 Myers'. m m BOOTS SHOES i. wawon bus. Manager I m m Stock is Now Complete Buell Waterproof Boots, son-in-la- SHOES, Courier-Journa- first-rat- Win-chchte- HA2TD SEWED d, MACEIHE SEWED, rs shot-Kun- S-ulr- e I. STAGG & McROBERTS. Ho-ru- Stanford Lumber Yard, FLOORING, CEILING, & SLAT m m m - LIMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, Manufacturers of Nl tlrst-cla- ss FIRST - &UMBEH XiSLHD. ailir-mativ- e. ROBERT FEPIZEL, iLSCiCS TOxl .. if al-- m M KHhS vuiw, ! km lEWELRY. 77-t- f Juu a $)MtottjJ. WANTED. ptu-te- y well-know- Sal-H- e igS1m0mJ FALL AND WINTER GOODS. HUMUPLEY,-- Weekly Gazette; I fit Fine and Staple Groceries, d. I l. y - -- 5 MARK H&HDINT. DRUGS andJEWELRY HAMPTON WATCM9 Watch. Best - ALL-AROU- ONE YEAR. Fit-e- , 1 11 1 1 DAILY-SUND- AYS 1 a a r 1 1 Hh-hlun- d i ' R f? MEI ONLY! Ha r u n saomi W B. MoEOBIBTS, Court-Hous- I V . jc jS4j?5'.-i5i If4 f". Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ho RYE AS HOG FOOD. Hopjrlaff M It tho llest Think od Meth- Hi winter pasturo for thorn; it has no tondency to ecour tho animals liko frosh and succulent grasses. To got tho host good of ryo by hogging It should bo straw broken, so tho grain may softon by lying on tho ground. Wholo dry ryo is very poor hog focd, as tho animals will not mastl-cat- o it sufficiently to make It digost properly. A field without any grass In it is howovor of Uttlo value; to aid In dlgosting tho grain thoro should bo abundance of grass clover Is tho most WfiSsPa tioslrablo. No dangor need bo apprehended from tho boards, as thoy ara softened by lying on tho ground. Wo do not attach much valuo to wholo ryo soaked, as It will bo voided without tho grain being brokon. Hogging ryo Is a splondld way to proparo stook for a finish for market on now corn, putting tho hogs on tho ryo as soon as ripo and lotting Pur thorn remain thoro until tho new corn Is of ready, whon a fow weeks' feeding will A cream of tarter bakinp powder. Hijbest all In leavening strength. U. S. Gocrnmer.t put thorn In tho best market condition. Aug. 17, 18S9. Ground rye. mado Into slop, makes splondld feed for growing and fattening hogs; but when used alono for slop It C. should not be ground flno, as It Is sticky of for Iia Can'ulUe to theAuditor the the State of party. and unpleasant to handle; but if tho Democratic will of .urrect grains are woll brokon or crushed, this, dtfllculty is obviated, for whon mixed A. S. 4SSE with bran It is easily handled. Wo have often used ground ryo alone, for SURGEOy DENTIST. CTTTTTB . t .t slop, but our hops havo always had tho Office on Main street, over w.M. ;ucs.ooeri run of tho pasturo. This Is necessary, Drug Store, Stanford. for tho rye is too rich in carbohydrates to make a comploto ration; MORGAN, D. D. S. confined to closo quarters, branfor hogs should bo mixed with tho rye. Hogging ryo DENTIST. appoars to bo falling into disuso, I think nnnnite Portman Houte. to tho loss of many farmors, for tholr rtK. Oxide Oas given for painless up stair. Nitrous lands can be speedily built up by growextracting 'STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ing ryo and clovor, and hogging both. ryo for lioff food. It was formerly tho custom with mombors of our family, 32.60 whero thoy had a Held to seed to grass, ! to sow about flvo pocks of ryo to tho K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. aero somotlmos at tho last corn plow-- I m., returning Train leave Rowland at 7:00 a. intr. at others after tho corn was cut. at susp.m ! having successfully sown it as lato as tho 10th of iovombor. Tho timothy L. ANTLOCALTIMECAhD. seed was sown in tho fall, and clover in S Mail train going North 116pm tho spring. Tho crop was usually hop-go- d South S9 P m down. . This was an easy way to Express train " South .. - .37m kcop up tho fertility of tho land, tho North Local Freight North Sj3pn oarly sown furnishing a largo amount South- of succulont fall, winter and spring The latter trains also carry passengers. The above U calculated on standard time. Solar pasturo for tho hogs. Thoro 13 no Lot-to- r John M. Jamison, Roxaboll, O., writes Published Every Tuesday and Friday to tho Orango Judd Farmer: For tnoro than a quarter of a conttiry wo havo AT used, orlieen fnmlliar with tho uso of, il Feeding. r When not o pud will be charged.-- !. - time is about so minutes faster GET flEADY FOR ICE. tl- - for ft Good Though lnexponiilvn I cello use. for To cheaply build a good forty to fifty tons, mako it high, so that but littlo roof is required. Tho foundation should bo thrco foot bolow tho surfaco to avoid frost. Two Btorles by slxtcon is about right. Doublo doors must extend to tho roof. Tho cornor posts must bo rabbeted ns shown to rocolvo tho matched board lining. On tho outsldo of thosso poits a light framo should bo covorod with heavy f building paper two and Inches f from tho lining and ono nnd to two inches from tho papor, tho covering should bo nailed on lightly. This work leaves two dead air spaces botweon tho sunshlno and tho lco and no sawdust packing will bo needed. A ventilator in tho shapo of a blinded window should bo placed in both gables undor tho root and tho best of drainage must bo prolco-hou- so flf-teo- n Colored Department. Under tills head will appear contribu- ono-hal- ono-hal- vldod bolow. 0m m In tho cut tho outer lino shows tho covering; tho mlddlo ono tho papor lining; strips of plank are spiked ovor tho post3 to which to nail tho covering, and tho imior lino is tho matched lining. Of courso tho plan can bo modified to suit circumstances, tho main thing being to havo e doad air space. An lnsldo tight four-by-fo- POWDER Absolutely j Amv TLAS FOB Re-por- t. RICHARD WARREN Ken-uck- y. r. PRICE, -. frame, with tho outside partition of sod or adobo bricks well plastered togothor with clay mud, would da If you llvo on a Western farm and hare moro straw than you can use, build a straw stack right over such a houso nnd lco will keop in It tho year round. Straw, coarse hay or chaff can be used In place of sawdust for packing lco If you think any packing necessary. Farm and Home. tions from tho colored people and nows that especially concerns them. Tho folX lowing was prepared by ono of their i TlssssssH TrfM 1 Tilts) poitnlar rcuiady ueror fullx to number: rfcctiiuily euro Xovember27, 1MX), passed oil" grandly Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick amies as Thanksgiving day, the grandest ever Hoadacho, Biiiousnoss witnessed in Stanford among the colored people, uccording to the president and gov- And nil discuses arislnpr iVom n ernor's behest that the nation keep the Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion. tluv as ono of thiinkniiiving. Tlic Httttiral rentilt 1st stood itppetKoy Dos mnstll ; clciriitit-lProf. Fletcher and Mhw Alice Carr, his stud stollil HcnIi.nud aunr routed ouj totrisllui. Twenty miles the Shortest to assistant, with their pupils, met prompt SOLD EVERYWHERE. ly at IfcttO at the A. M. K. church Hinl v-t-a Making diiittioniieitloiis tu Icntral Unlou defound Klder Wilson and wife waiting to aEwjsrrssvrm- ..vwr pot for interesting proAn welcome them. Chicago. StUN rr t r Michigan Points, St. Louis. ,f,;'-VBuffalo, Cleveland. TT.? Detroit, gramme was prosecuted bv the pcIiooN, fTjffi"X ." nI '.;: 1. Wtx , . Indianapolis and the Wrst, day school in connection with the .New r.tigianu, tho Canada, . Miss Alice Carr then or-ISoHton, New KSaWJW.i llaltimore, Philadelphia, Washington, read a paper, subject: "Where There is To cero iiiiloiiiitiMa. h'k lie H o. .'ll- Uuickest time to Haimilshurg, I'rankfoit, Ky. a Will There is a Way." Mr. K. Wil- luVo t .i t Shorfst and Richmond, VIRGINIA jnti , ''rfi.!, Quickest line lo I r'11 son was introduced and read a paper, .ipci!. tuc ife subject, "Thanksgiving," in which she . tr. 11 t pi .r.!T ra a'fld'ii3 Sulid Trains, haggagt cars, smoking cars ana set forth the grand principles in keeping i " It. Thanksgiving and tho benellts derived cosihes, Pullman lloudulr Sleepers through with out change via Ch.iitati.ogn, Birmingham, Merid therefrom. Kl ler Wilson then arose and tan making direct connections en toiile lor Knox, tills, Asheville, l.mhburgand points in the assemblage on "Tho Duty addressed the l'ie IlloMN ll.F.MItr ii'il.: Tt'ir tithO to Children nnd Children to buti'cj of Parents iim u,i: in.', .mi. j MKML.sr. Parents." Prof. Fletcher next address .si ri.'... 5sirvitsi .i i 'p. VAt. .ur Motile. Al Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming Zrlci' i.l Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, ed them on "The Duty we Owe to Ciod I&Sin.''7 iT.7iY''A'iT'J5AV'jftt ton, "anm. eir.n. Brunswick, Lake Ctly, I'heinasvillt and FLORIand to Our Country." The programme KPtV lKYs--i-ns.,. DA points. line tunning solid trains with choict Tho ouly being completed, all joined in singing J.r.SMITHACO.KttKior nu.rr. v.- T 13CIS MO. Pullman lloudmr or Palace Sleeping Cars to Jack God to Thee." A recess sotisille without change lor any ctast of passen"Nearer my ger or baggage. was taken "till 11 o'clock, at which hour Selma and Monlgoinrry, Huntsville, Decatur, Florence. Memphis and Alt KANSAS points. a largo congregation gathered to hear S:i3it,l and liiin kesl to Anmston Selma, Mo Hlder Wilson deliver a Thanksgiving bile Mntct connections made at NKW OR. I have removed my offke 10 my residence, oppa will ! found t all LEANS wltt.nul omnibus transfer for Oajveston site Kcinal College, where sermon. The elder took for his text Kz. limes. Houston, Austin. U "KID. 9 ra i:V2' The people expressed their feelTEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. ings by saying it was the grandest eil'ort The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Miss. , Shreveport La., making direct coiineciloni they ever heard on a similar occasion" without omnibus transfer lor Dallas Fort Worth, Austin San Antonia, Kl Paso and polntsui PILLIONS SWITCH, KY. Mre. E. Wilson presided at tho organ Dealer In and rendered excellent music. ARIZONA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps TEXAS, The colored people aro beginning to Knr through rates correct county maps and tull information tall nn Agent al Junction Cltv, Ky, think that they should take a part in Hoots, Shoes, Clothing. Hardware, (Jueus-waiIBANK W WOO I.L KY. oraddro-Tinwsre, rurmture and a everything that will help to bless this Trav Pass Agt , Lesincton. Kv. I) U EDWARDS. Crocorios, C L liAKK American land. May God hasten the Conoral Lino G P. ATA.. Vice l'notnt, time when every virtue may bo seen in Ties, Ac. Fancy Candies, Cross (in.irnsll ( All kinds of Produce taken in eichange for goads is in other races. them that M w Tutf s Pi QBSSB& Kffli35w!5llti; - a I x-- -- ti.-x. "V r- ! Sunday-school- ;...'.; - .jig:' York, . . ,.i i mmv DMLair.AKs, 'i i.. -- T raasaVaj0riSKTTtr7 REMOVED! 1 J KC. HCIXiO?03Sr e, s of DAIRY DOTS. Tho following dairy itorns aro takon from tho columns of tho Massachusetts Ploughman: A ooon dairy maid Is worth more to tho world than a "socloty leader" with all her brainless expenditures. Milk Is an artlclo whoso merits and peculiarities aro littlo understood or studied on thousands of farms. Tho tons of poor butter mado proves this. Tin: quarrols and squabbles of rival breeders of fancy stock are beautiful to seo in caso you "stand from undor." Hut thoy all havo valuo If ono looks at It In tho right way. A towx whoro tho farmers havo no creamery and don't want ono is a good town to avoid Whon ono wants a farm for a homo. It is progressive farming that is attractive not farming of tho Abrahamlc sort Tun dotails as to tho foedlng of farm animals should bo tho subject oi careful study, and experiment (whoro experiment is nocdod) on every farm. Most feeding Is tho result of habit and is followed us such without a why or wheroforo In a multitude of Instances. It is not tbo cow whoso milk glvos the most butter that is necossarlly "tho host butter cow," but rather tho cow who costs tho lonst In proportion to tho yield. If to got a cortaln ylold of butter you must feed two or thrco times as as In .tho other, tho much in ono cost becomes an Important matter. In comparing Jorsoys and Ilolstoins this matter is sometimes overlooked. Thr salo and breeding of very high priced cattlo Is confined mainly to capitalists who manago a farm as a "sldo issuo" and an amusomont Tho farmor who lives by farming puro and simple cows can not lndulgo in thousand-dolla- r and bulls. And yot tho study required in tho breeding of fancy stock has boon of great valuo to farming in gonoral and is not to bo discouraged. A nurvnn test relating to tho woight of salted and unsalted butter was latoly mado at William Crozler's farm, North-porN. Y. Throo hundred pounds of milk from his registered Jorsoys was sot, and yielded 105 pounds of cream. This was churnedtwonty-thrcomlnutoduly worked, und gavo thlrty-sovo- n pounds of unsalted butter. Thon thlrty-sovopunces of salt was ndded and worked In, nnd tho butter thon weighed twonty-thro- o pounds. At and least that is tho published statement so c.-.- Postolfice, Livingston, Ky. VI R.C. r.ntnt DR. W. B. PENNY, MACHINE MILKING. A Scutcliruitn Dentist. OfficeJSouth side Mam street, in office recently vacated byjDr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Who Think Itn Ilns cessfully Accomplished IU Suc- J.J.ALLEN ALLEN & ATWOOD, RSSL ESTflTE Johnson WM.AYKKS. AYRE8 MGIVENS, Attorneys .at Law, underneath tho animal and strapped to - - Louisville, Ky. it by a broad band over tho loins. Tho 327 Fifth St., top of tho milk pail terminates in a Shreve Building. neck, from which radlato four rubber r tubes ondlng in littlo cups wbicb fit on FRANK MAH1MON. tho toats of tho animal to bo milked. JAS. G. GIVENS. Is provldod with a stopEach teat-cucock. When tho pail has been properly & M3RIM0H. s attachod, tho placed and tho REAL ESTATE, s aro oponod and tho air oxhaustod by moving tho lover of tho - At onco, four littlo jots of Town Lots, Coal. Iron and Timber Lands bought milk, pulsating with oach beat of tho or sold on Commission. Correspondencer animal's heart, begin to flow, and in solicited. eight or ton minutes tho uddor Is ompty. Ono attondant is supposed to manago aovoral machinos. THE COMERCLEL HOTEL Tho inventor claims that by this mothod tho natural milking of tho cow J. n. OWENS, Manager, by tho calf for - Kentucky. description is imitated. So much load-a of tho machine. Tho ing question is: Will It work satisfac.... a., .1... AmiNr nave laitcii .1. ,", m int.l intend . to run it -in .a tirst.class manner.n.l every torily? Wo havo been told that tho and ,... .... fmm suction of tho l will draw blood respect, uisoein uijcivu uu ,,...,.......-.-- top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and from tho udder if tho vacuum pressuro everything done t make it pleasant and comfortable for guests. The table shall neer be surpass- continues after tho qnartor has been J. B. OW ENS. s ed by hotelsiu this section. emptied.- To avoid this tho aro turned baforo tho milk is qui to all drawn. It is useless to havo ono atHOUSE, tondant for oaoh macbino, for tbon bo might as well do tho milking himself. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, Since tho milk flow is not usually equal - from Kentucky.; wo tho different quarters of tho uddor London, cannot seo how an attendant can almy new Hotel and am boner I hive moved to r .1.4 nrnmtnn(i'iri the ntlbllC ways bo on hand to turn tbo Good Livery attached and every convenience de--j just at tho right timo. A singlo . uivems.caii. now and then would bring tnoro troublo than tho wholo system Is worth. Thoro havo been many milking maC. A. BENEDICT & CO., chines put on tho markot, and all havo Well Drilled & Pump Adjusters, j failed. Ingenious as is this Scotch dovico wo fear it must go tho way of all TANFORD, KY. continue tho others and Wells drilled to order and Pumpl lurnuhtd at Unfortunato it is, yot somo procossoa in J factory prices. our agriculturo scorn incapable of boing materially shortened by machinery. IJroodcr's Gazette. xoi-yp is a Scotchman this timo that Is trying to milk cows by machinery. II. F AT WOOD From tho Kilmarnock Standard comos an account of a patent milking dovico by ono Murchland. Tho apparatus, .p briefly doscrlbod, is as follows: An HGERTS. at ono end of tho cow stablo Is conncctod with an Iron plpo which runs City, Tonn. along over tho sbouldors of tho cows JAS. C. GIYENS. high enough to bo out of reach. Ovor oach cow is a branch of rubber tubo which connects with a closed milk pall. When in uso tho milic pall is swung It The Cincinnati, Hamilton A- Dayton R R is the only line running I'ullmati's Peilectcd Safety Vestibuted Trains, with Chslr. Parlor. Sleeping nnd Dinmr Car service between Cincinnati, In- MT. VERNON, KY. ilianinolit and Chicacu and Is the onlr line run img Through Rtclming Chair Cars bteen On- n llot.lis still msiatam This old and c nnatl, KeottiK anu apringuciu, 111. anuaicc)ing Charges reasonable. Speing its fine reputation. Csr Cincinnati to UacVlnaw, and the cial attention to the traveling public. Only Dlroct Lino M. P. NKWCOMII, Prop., Itetwecn Cincinnati, Dayton Luna, Toledo, Detroit, the take Regions and Canada. . Ml. Vernon, Ky, 1 he road Is one of the oldest in the State ol Ohloand the only line filtering Cincinnati over j miles of double track, atid from Its pail record can more than assure its patrons speed, comfort and safety Tickets on sale everywhere, and see that they I) . either in or out of Cincinnati, read C , It Indianapolis or Toledo. K. O MeCORMICK, 'sssswl tsssssssm 1 General Passenger and Ticket Agent Tho Flnoat on Earth. NEWCOMB HOTEL OLD KY. ROUTE Washington Philadelphia Baltlmoro, Now York, Eat --. Newport News Mississippi Valley Co., "E. 1). Solid Vesllbulrif Trains lo ' All points and Southeast. Ouly une uiglit out Irons Leimgton. Corrected Tun Card in Effect an It, 1S40. Sj-tl- . STATIONS I T3TIy Ves Eipres ir.tMsTircTo"mT Daily Daily 'Ex. Sun.'Ex Sun 4 Lve Stanford " 1 " l.eintoa " Winchester. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve the woild for cuts, bruises, The bet salve sores, ukrrs, salt rheum, fsver sores, tetter, chapped hands, (.hilblatns, corns and all skli. emp tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay requir ed. It is guaranteed to Kive perfect sati(at.tii c, Price 1$ cent pet boi or money tetunded Kor sale by A R. Penur, Stsnlord, Ky. 111 ycnlT-- 4 kJsssssssssjsslsussmsflssslsssssTI alr-pun- ' Huntington 11 ot Lvc Huntington.. .... Is t ( harlesinn Arr 51 ' C liftn Forge. . 7 a I ynehburg. ..- -. 4J Charlottesville 10 jo 1 1 " Morehwiil Olive Hill. " Ashund. " allettsburg. C K V. Junetioo. Ml sterling. . .. .. it ji n'ni j if atn.ii ji n'n 0 10 pm 111 40 am $ jo pm j 00 pai.u 7 pm 6 49 pm 8 J" p r) pm pin am am m 1 1J pm n 4 10 4) pm lo jo pm 1 M ! J J5 P" 5 a S 7 40 pm 9 a jim jo pm plu am am " WashinglonM... ' Baltimore . a 35 P GHEES toat-oup- stop-cock- Pincvillc, Kentucky. lot-y- air-pum- p. Having removed my Ilarbcr Shop to the Com merclal lintel, I am prbpared to m ommldate ladies as well as gentlemeu in anything they may we wish IU Wilcnrcti say toourritlims that for years for on me. my tine. Children also wailed on JKSSK THOMPSON'. Dr King's New Discover y have been selling lnC'inmr llotrl. Consumption. Dr King's New Life Pills lli.ck-leu'Arnica Salve and Electric Hitters, and base sell as well or the never handled remedies that do have given such universal satisfaction. We we not hesitate to guarentee them every time and -purchase price if atand ready to refund the factory results do not follow their use These remedies hae won their great popularity purely A. R Penny, Druggist on their merits Isone whlihis itiiarauieed to bring you satisfactory results, or in case of lailurc.a reiutnof your purchase price. Dn this safe plan y can buyfromour adseitiwd drugsut a bottleof I)r King's New Discovery for Consumption. It Is guaranteed to bring relief in every case when chest, used for any affection of the throat.lungs or lungs, such as consumption. Inflammation of the croup, etc , bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough etc It I pleasant and agieeable to tho taste, per. fctly safe and can always be relied upon. 1 rial bottles free at A. R Penny's dru(f store 11 A Snfo Invoatmont " v ? Ls filHSHsswC m '' BTl-tssssV" ' . Norfolk-- .. Philadelphia. ... New York Richmond. Va. OldPolnlComfort pm 6 15 pm 9 so pm I1' j 40 pm W'm sV ' W ' ssl I s ' Z?FV tssssssssV SSSSSSSSSSSSSSBsPSSSSSSSSSsVlSSSSfeSSSSSSS ' ssssssssBBs' "1 Jrams leaving i.csiaglen at 11.40 am and ,:jo m dally, neepl Sundar crnnect al Virches- tcr for Richmond, Ky. and points on th K. C. R. Lira ted Vestibule Ex from New York, Phlladcl. Lhia, Washington sadm all points East, arrives at daily Stanford 11 57 p sn. ion at 4 47 n Fast null from Richmond, Va.. and all points east, lluiuingtou. W V.. and all local station arrives I. eiinzton at is 40 noon daily except Sunday Stanford 11 ; p m A rommodationirom Olivelliltarul intermedial pei its, Richmond, Ky., and points on the K C. ity arrives al Lexington I to, a m, daily, ex. ce d Sunday SUnb-rjo p in - are lUkcts read read vm N, N. .V M IV. 1 Morit Wins. Kv S F ID B MORSK. . P. A .Cincinnati, O. il)JllluMMiw -- vlJMisyd.KtwAiSAiu CmtACo f.1 ,(9- - Kentucky Central R.R. "JlLTJjrj GUASk) ftOUTK." TboShortoat nnd Qulckout Routo froru iwontrni Kontuoicy to EftHt, WtiBt isnd South-Wors- t. Harrodsburg, ,. 1 ih-uk- o : . At tlw recent meeting of tho American Street Itailway aocLition tho belief wasexprrrssed that it was the List convention at which horxo traction would over receive aerious ocmaderatiory as electricity in ono form or another waa lound to replace tho lwrawi. A NEW FAST MAIL Leaving both nupolntaNortli, Fust Olnoln-natl. LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Daily, Secures to Travelers, Lino botwoon Loxltiffton and No. 'J. South-Boun- SCHEDULE IN KFFECT NOV to, No. ' 1800 A air-pum- p t, - stop-cock- m s, THE ,1 RILEY n For comiderblo timo Mr. Isbell, of THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Rivera, CaI., linn been troubled by been, Ever attempted between the great commerc'il Chicago, which took potwiou of tho upper part cities on the Ohio River andcomfortable and hum trams befastest tune and most of his IkjusjO. A few days ago ho liad the all points In the South, or to the West aoc tween this train on all them cleared ont, and gathered 0,000 Northwest. Is 'I he counterpart of Limited Fapress. trunk lines denominated The pounds of choice honey. rolling slock we employ gives patrons The superb An Austrian has invented nn instrument rewembling a piano in appearance which contains fix violins, two violas and tw viobnclon, nnd is manipulated by a kyl)oard. I'll v ei on Hit An lmrwiruun due very liver, biortiacn sn.l ' ow luuKlt "10 nprren A nvw pnnoi"lo ci'io biilnus ness, lid lissw toi"tii I .:vrr, i le un.l consist, tlon. tpirit 11 for tne'.. r.umii nnl hi lr,n E Sun. a a a a p Daily No. 6. Ex .Sun. ra m I.ve I.vc Lve Arr Arr one-ha- lf Unlimited Comtoit '"on. il SayMmon, gel Monon and stick you want to save money and have a pleasant tv.. f ., ( stop-coc- k mls-tak- o E N GUSH Home Method SPARROWS. TIimm .,-- or Destroying For lull Information, time cards, maps, folders, etc, call on or address W. ('.. CKUSH.T. P. A.. Louisville, Ky. G. P A., Chicago, III. IAS. 1IAKKI-K- . OrW. II. McKOIlKRTS, Agt.. Stanford. ltichmonil... Lancaster- -. Stanford Richmond Berca Arr Livingtnn.. Arr Arr Arr Lvc Arr North Bound. t.. P,l. Arr Winchester. Cincinnati Cosington... Falmouth.,.. Paris Livingston .. 8 in 8 18 o .8 11 IS 1) to 11 I 5 5 ti ; am ml 8 r p m so p in. 8 08 p ra a 6 p m o 16 p m 3 S P in si at p in J 16 p m so p in 0 at p 7 ra m rn 10 p in 35 p in 10 p m 4j p in 10 p in J37itn o p j 3 5 so oj p m p m hand-milkin- g J Ilundy Derrick. Wo are indobtcd to tho Farm IfCREAfcllljl ft. Roller Extract. ffir for the following description and cut of a handy dorrlclc for farmers' uso: It Is designed to facilitate tho tedious work of butchering, by completely doing away with tho heavy, straining work of lifting. It Is choaply o f constructed th r eo basswood Journal CHEAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR, BUT EITHER . GOLD MEDAL, IDOL-KIN- G feet long. Tho roller for windlass Is four foot botweon bearings and three inches in diamotor, and can bo either constructed at homo, or, what is better, turned from good, sound maple or other strong mntorial sticks thlrteon at 0 SILVER MOON :- - IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR " THE MONEY. 1 somo shop. Any blacksmith can make tho hooks, bolts, etc. Two pulleys and about twenty feet of throo fourths-incropo will I o all that need bo purohased. Any carpenter can construct 'bin derrick by roforriag to tho cut Tho heaviest hooves as well as tho lightest lambs can bo easily raised for skinning or dressing. h of Tho United Agriculturo recommends tho following treatment: Dissolve arsonlato of soda in warm water, at tho rato of an ounco to a pint; pour this upon as much whoat as it will cover in a vessol which can bo closed so as to provent evaporation, and allow It to soak at least twonty-fou- r hours. Dry tho wheat so prepared, and it Is ready for use. Throo kornols of this will kllL Winter Is tho host timo for operations. Other birds aro thon absent and sparrows nro hungry, alighting In flocks In tho stroots after passing toams and along railroad tracks, whero grain is Mattered from wagons and cars. Horo poisoned whoat may bo administered with wholosalo destruction to them, nnd littlo danger of harm to any thing else. If it is found that tho birds aro too wary to tako tho polsonod grain at first thoy can bo led up to It by foedlng thorn at tho samo hour of tho day for a fow days with sound grain as a preliminary. When thoy aro used to it, and off thoir guard, throw down a littlo poisoned whoat not too much at once, but just enough for them to cit boforo thoy havo found out that thoro Is any thing wrong for you can not cateb thorn nil at tho ono attompt IJy thismoans a largo porcontago is got rid of at ono timo. Thon begin with the Bound grain again, and nfU;r two of tbrtfo. days use moro poison. Ily this "moans of alternating nonpoisoncd grain "with tho other artlclo, sparrows may" bo killed nil through tho wlntor months just as fast :i3 tliov come in from other placM, and in time Lo almost annihilated. Itlrd. States Department Mllcrt' Mi-rt- t ..ml J.lvcr .ln No. J. 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Sou a m 10 15 a m S 9 2 Lve Berca. 11 Arr Richmond 5 A m Lve Stanford 7 00 a m Lvc Lancaster .. 7 i a m Arr Richmond. ., 10 is a m Lve Richmond,. 1 oj p in 6 10 a m I 54 p in Arr Winchester. a m Arr Paris 1 JI p m 7 48 a in Lve I.exlugton .. p m 7 00 a m 3 aj pm ., Lve Paris p m 7 a m 4 S P m Lve Falmouth .. p m 9 5l a m 5 IS P tn Arr Covington, . p m 10 44 a rii 6 Ji p 10 J7 Arr Cincinnati jo p in 10 50 a in 6 45. P m On theMaysville Branch. No 0. leaves Paris at No. 11, 537, 7S'm. ni1 loto.am,at and p m, arriving at Maysvileat 7$j pm, No. 10 leave Maysvllle st m, arriving at Pans at 7 40, am. No. u leases Maysville at so and arrive at Paris at 4 iop in. These trains ar daily except Sunday. No run dally from Uxing.on to Cincinnati. No 43 leases Lexington iu 00 am; arrives Paris logjam; except Sunday No. 8 lewes Cincinnati 5 10 prnlnrrlvos Falmouth except Sunday. 7 0jpm No. 7 leaves Falmouth 600 am; arrives Cincin. 75S aI". excepi aunuav. Train Notes. No, 3 runs dally, except Sunday, between I.exiniton and Cincinnati. No. 13 runs Sunday only, makiot; all local stops. No 4 runs daily Cincinnati and Lexington, Note: Trains No. 6 nnd Falmouth datiotiNcj. 8 now depart from new 4th Acccmmo. Si. Depot, oil 4th below John st. Note; -- Trains N0.1 and Falmouth Accommoda. 1011 No. 7 arrive at new 41I1 St. Depot, on 4th below Johnst. Nos, a and 6 make connections at lor points on the N.N. ,V M. V. Ky IMPORTANT -- Trains o this lino now arrive a and depart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, East and West. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co. W. L MUNSON. Trav. Pa... Agt., Cincinnati. S. F. B. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r Agt.. J jioi 1 1 "" '""i ,i- 'Wa". - . 4. ;?:ii