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NO. 80 NOW is the Time to Buy Your Holiday Presents in Watehes, Cloeks, Clocks S3, worth S5; Clocks at S2.50, worth S4. Watches worth Sico at $yo worth S30 at S20, am offering everything in my stock of Jewelry at cost fpr CASH only. Look at the prices: H. W. Raymond's movements, gilt, St 7.50; Nickel, $20. Hampden Railway movement at S18.75. Seven Jewe movements, SS to $6. 25. Everything else in proporworth 20 .it $14, worth SiS at $10. tion. I have the largest stock ever brought to Stanford and have lately opened a large stock of new goods bought especially for the Holiday trade. Buy ow while you have a large stock to select from. Come and examine my stock and prices but bring the money with you as the sale is POSITIVELY for cash. 8-d- 3r JEWBLEY OIR, SILVERWARE. Interesting by Our Lancaster Correspondent. Application having hcvii madu to the con. con. for tho hall in which they are holdliiR their wtwiotiH for an addretw up- Comment MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. who s.itl Hint "lm could coned vo of nothing which would bo ho prolillc of Moving, On account of the time of arrivals of and oil land I have removed my office to my residence, oppo cri,no na tl10 abolition of this olHce. Tiio trains in Hie morning, freight will not be leasing are among industries now going tlte Female College, where 1 will be found at all forbid kinfolkt and their folk't folkt, my folks HUGH RKID. times. and their folks, as well as colored folks, to trespass county attorney was uminlly a younj: delivered at tho K. C. depot in Lancas- on. 94 or hunt birds, rabbits and souirrels on my farm An election for town trustees and ,nan, elected to tho oflieu more out of ter until i) o'clock a. m. of each day. without my permission, or they will be punished to the full extent of the law I mean what I tav. police judge will bo held here Saturday, on tho roliKloiiH, moral and political gymjfutliy than for IiIh mipurior ability, I'. V. .Spencer has taken charge of jan THOMAS C. BALL. Green Clay nn, that nhould the duties of thia ollico Kith. qui'dtionn of tho day, by Hv. the Miller Hotel. He will use both the We offer for tale privately our farm known at A number of witnesses went from the George Anderson place, i mile from Mutton-villSmith, Mr. Mcllonry wanted to know jlced upon him hu would come out old and the new buildings. Sum Jenon the " hero Wednesday to attend U. S. court at good dwclliag Liberty pike, containing 43 acres, Gen. tmithpro)oed to enliKht-- , of tliooflico as thin na a whether of 6 rcomt and well watered. Call nings Is clerk. Mrs. .Mary Ii. Holmes on or addrett ut at ilustonville, Ky. on tho convention upon tho mibject of Mr. HroiiBton also opposed the substitute has rented tho Mason House and will Covington. Lot on Main Street in Stanford JOHN ELMS, In tho general slaughter, "Dick," nllotviii miniHtera of the Rospel to bo n one of bin best speeches, in which lie MARY ELLIS. tt take charge immediately. Clever "Hub" Containing acrei. tho hog owned by Mr. II. C. eligible to ollico before ho as willing to argued forcibly that "no lawyer of any Karris will have charge of tho ollico. Terms easy. T. R. WALTON, Stanford. to tho addrens. j renpectability would lvo up his practice Gentry, did not escape tho butcher's give bin consent to lintn S. Miller, of Knoxville, Capt. Ho wanted no udvico from tho General. n order to accept thootlice at a salary of was hero Monday and' Tuesday. Capt. knife. I I offer for sale privately the Henry Hester farm Fortunately, however, hoiuo one suggest- - jyoo per year." It is evident that Messrs. Mike .Salter, who has been quite sick for An addition to the family of W. L. acres River; Whitehead a girl Lou Anna. Mr. S. of 60 acres of bottom lanu on Dlx balanco 21 era". ed that there was no law of tho land fjox n,; Hr0nston do not attach much in town in wheat, up and all right the past week, is able to bo out again. L. Whitehead, of HigStono Gap, reports The dwelling has 6 rooms; there it a new barn, compelling Mr. Mclienry to attend the importance to tho question of ability or Miss Tom Moore is very sicK with pneu good well, fine orchard and fencing nearly new. In the corporate limits of Rowland. a boy at his house. meeting or listen to thu address, which qualifications required of a county Terms, half caih, balance in one and two years, monia at her home in lower Garrard. II not will nasurnncu caused thu gentle-- ney, and whether right or wrong, they Bryant, near Cook's Station, with interett. January told1891. be for rent. PosJohnnie W H. J. DARST, Rowland. 1. sesion given Mrs. A. H. Rice, Miss Laura .Smith and f J. W.ADAMS. Stanford, Ky. man to subside and tho resolution was ftro entitled to their opinions. Hut it is Mrs. I.oui8 Landram, were at Danville this county, swallowed one of the smnll LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. whistles now so popular with tho small adopted. certainly outside of the pale of legitimate Tuesday shopping. boy. Ho was alive when last heard from of tho membere criticism for tho correspondent to refer Ac at least The undersigned will rent for the year i8ot. on reasonable terms, her Farm of 330 Acres. iWmiU. but sutiering great pain. of tho constitutional convention have to the "radiance of Mr. Miller's eyes" Squire Seargent Doesn't Like Squire from Uilledgevllle, Ky. The reWcan th8 Plan. Dr. Peyton assisted by our physithus far taken no part in its proceedings while showing tho "tmlm in Gilead ef. I would respectfully inform my old Iriendt and privilege of seeding this Fall. Appli to To the Kditor Interior Journal Mrs. NANCY JENKINS, by his plan." It is enough to cians performed an operation upon Mr. customers that I am again at work at my profesfurther than to cast their votes, it be- - keted Danville, Ky. and would '" la your paper of Nov. 15 there appears W. M. Fish, who has been seriously ill, sion way of be pleased to receive any work in the comes important to know how they are know that Mr. Miller's eyes were radiant an article upon Squire Chappell's new last Saturday. The patient, wo are glad to bo distinguished Ironi tlio restol man- - enuugu iu nee we rigui auiu 01 uio SALE. order letting out the pauper medical to say, is getting along nicely with every Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repairkind, or in what manner thoy propose question, and that ho had the ability The House and Lot of ing. Acret on the Dan- practice, and in that article the statement prospect of recovery. ralle to have their names handed down to to present it in the strongest light, Alto repairing Sewing Machines, Guns, Pistols, I, Mr. F Thurmond. Its!n'""l. now occupied is made that the county will save better it well improved, hat Locks, &c. All ouiimiik ui mu man wno moveu o fine orchard, good garden and water. posterity In any other way than to sign t10"lhiiiTiTe all over tho than $1,300 to 1,400 thereby. In ,te0, times reminds Mr. H. C. Gentry of his MUS. FANNIE DUNN. " . their names to the documents when maatrY aM(1 lho BtrhlK n t,,u Inon. Now if wo were sure that no other grandfather whom he says moved three "Work Noatly and Promptly Dono adopted. When they aro traveling about ey lurkel the preH,jelt illfli8t8 U)at And Warranted by medical claims will be put in thero would times within ono day and was domiciled in a body voting bridges and caves, it is noey Ifl , THOMAS RICHARDS, Stanford, Ky. tiM haalnvm , ,ncM!M. be a small amount saved, provided the at night in tho house that he left early Koom up stairs, Odd Fellows' building, entrancs not dilllcult to identify them inlivi.l. jn; nut, tJmt pr0Bpt.rity i9 8cea on ovcry doctors put in an got allowed as much during the day. The firo was still burn- next door to Mill ally; but when separated how aro they lmml Te on, WRy tQ convJnco hnl0 set pike, finUied.n7ewSaw and on the Somerfrom Stanford 7 next October as tho last court allowed, ing in tho fireplace when tho family re to furnish any kind of LUMBER am prepared ,,,, t0 to be distinguished from tho ordinary t,,e contriiry ia to SHlVoi pes which only amounted to$l,13t 50, which turned. man of tho world? I they would wear himRd(f como 0llt Wc9t( 8eek em,,loy. would only bo $504 60 saved. A small It never rains but it pours. Four a badge with tho words con. con. pinned menl o 80mo kIad aml lry lo a sum for our grand old county; a vast 43'y P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. different companies nre now leasing A. B.BASTIN u W- l- ", o. u.o upon uio lapei hundred dollars. By nil means let the sum for the misery it will bring on tho lands in this county for tho purpose of button similar to tho G. A. It. there experiment bo made. poor. But untler this panacea for the boring for oil. More than 75,000 acres I have recently taken charge of this would be no dilllcully in identifying Hotel and intend keeping it at its present high And Tho MuKinley bill is said to have in poor, I think they have a few rights left, have been entered and hundreds of acres standard. SpecialHttention given to the traveling them upon the street or elsewhere. if they do have to bo cared for by the more are added daily. Tho latest arriv- public. I am well prepared to bore wells yet these men of idlence aro entitled to creased tho Uirilf on band instruments 25 and will do the left them at als on tho grounds agree to begin operawork in a good manner and promptly They aro to bo credited per cent, and tho manufacturers and county. Thero is no choice great respect. First-Clas- s all as to who will attend them in sick- tions within a limited time. It is claimAt One Dollar a Foot. with discretion, which is tho better part dealers have raised their prices accord-o- f Call on orjaddress me at Stanford, Kentucky. In connection. Also - ingly. This does not speuk well for Mr. ness. And in one caso two precincts aro ed that prospects are fine for finding oil valor, and to have acted in tho inter34" L.T. SMITH. given to one man located in an out of the and our people are greatly encouraged esta of economy in tho matter of a use-- McKinloy'a appreciation for music and Pool and Billiard Parlors. given him, by the outlook for tho future. precincts tho way part les consumption of time. To those who especially brass band music. It is true (Highland of and two L. M.REID, Clerk. Walnut Flat.) And to Judge Carter has moved to his farm 73 noiso inado by ma- of delegate simply that tho sought the position Blue-Gras- s s of tho people whoso lives ho near Maretsburg. Marshal Freeman oc-- TH1 for tho honor it was supposed to confer, ny bands under tho name of music is un has care of ho is as little known us Ad- cupies tho house vacated by tho Judge. tho Bgo words of KalsUilfaro respectful worthy of tho name, but tho same might Immente stock of fruit and ornamental be said of much of tho chin music in- am's oil' ox; and if ho was not tho mo?t Mrs. Hello Uurnside has returned from Co. Urapevines.Atparagut, small treet, and trees.g ly commended: could Lancaster accompanied by her interestskillful man in his profession, how for the lawn, orchard and garden. We "What is honor, sir? A time reck- dulged in by many of our spread-eaglno agentt, but sell direct at low pricet to the have OF STANFORD, KY., No ing little daughter, Willie Belle. Mrs. Write for catalogue to it? Ho tliut died o politicians of both political parties. Mr. the poor man in tho eastern part Jf oning. Who hath 2 bo cared for in an urgent caso if Dr. Sallio Williams and little Uissio are visit- Is now fully organired and ready for business with . ., HILLENMEYER, Wednesday. Doth ho feel it ? No. Dot ft McKinley should have considered that " Lexington, Ky. Morris was over in tho southern limits ing relatives at Pleasant Valley. Mr. S. hath no music in hlmielf, he hear it? No. Is it insensiblo then ? "Thei man that of - - $200,000. Paid up Capital Nor aot mov'd ith concord of tweet toundi, of No. 7, a small bit of 15 miles ? There W. Paris was with us Wednesday. Ho Yea, to tho dead. Hut will it not live 13,500. It fit fur treasons, ttrategcmt and tpoilt," is no chance for Mio poor man in No. speaks very highly of his Stanford neigh- Surplus, Detracwith tho living? No. Why? and lowered instead of raising tho tariff but to see it may bo his only child die, I desire to tell my farm of about bors for their kind attention shown his SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL tto acres, situ. tion will not sutler It. Therefore I'll have on instruments, which aro especially use b,ut ?ed Uranch A miles north of Stanford on th. BANK OK STANFORD, is a mere scutcheon, ful in whooping up tho boys in political wiilo Lincoln county saved a penny and family during the illness of their little Hush pike, opposite the old church. There nonoofit Honor are about jo acres in wheat and rye; the balance tho man in No. 7 would bo cared for tho' son who had his leg broken recently. and so ends my catechism." (Now closing up) with the same assets and under or the farm well set in timothy. Good dwelling campaigns. his trouble be a mushed toe. Miss Sallio Cook and Milton Hacksame management. the of four rooms and kitchen and a tplendid II y are as can It has been a mutter of surprise to men Mr. Hullett, of McCraeken, has offered No man cares to take medicine from a ney, of Pleasant Valley, have entered fully provisions of its chatter, depositors National barn; it well watered and fenced. Potsestion lew protected as ate depositors in begiven immediately. For particular te Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually Hailey, Stanford, or write the nndertignedJ. P. of all political parties that tho president a resolution in tho con. con. giving his man ho knows nothing about; and why Mrs. Nesbitt's school here. Miss at liable to the extent of the amount of their stock Cincinnati, Ohio. E. WITHERS. should have selected for his privato sec- construction of the Federal constitution, should a man because he may bo poor Joplin, while on her way to Paris therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the shares. It net retary and also for superintendent of the and which has been referred to an ap be denied the right of choice as to was joined by Miss Gertio Weber, of amount invested in such trustee, Ac, mayfully as executor, administrator, at at census two native born Knglishmen, propriate committee. Ttiis is the bold- who will care for him or his darling ba- Knoxville, who had spent Thanksgiving an individual. ! who entrusted their buisiness to ut To when thero were so many thousands of est advonturo thus far attempted iu go- by? And tho little ones of his house, with frionds there. Miss May Adams while those mnagini; the Lincoln National Hank of 'o sell privately my rctidence and prophere tender our manv thankt and his own countrymen who were eminent- ing outside of their legitimate duties and although they be clad in rags are as near has returned from a visit to Owensboro Stanford, we we continue to transact their business erty. The house hat five rooms, store room. pan. trutt they will back porch latticed, good ly qualllled for those important positions. entitles its author to tho three-storchildren of tho and Henderson. Mrs. G. C. Fish has re- with ut, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten- try. front veraudah, on south tide; cake to his heart as tho cellar with windows outbuildings tion to tame, our twenty years' experience in nil new, consisting of Why ho should prefer foreigners to na- that was placed on tho desk of the presi- wealthy can bo to their parents. meat house, henery, turned from a visit to Williamsburg. banking and as liberal accommodations at are con- house, corn crib and dairy stable. Thero are coal past banking. I believe it would be thowisesl ami W. H.Spradlin, one of tho L. A N.s' silient with sound tive Americans is one of tho things goou cisterns, one at house, the other at the two stadent n few days since. It takes hard ble. I here is an abundance of fruit, including dikkctors: is tho Knglish-mafinding, out. Mr. Porter work to keep tho members in line," as best way to limit tho amount the county best civil engineers, was hero for a day J J. Williams Mt Vernon; raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, currants, grapes, cherry, plums, damson, pear and apple who has supervised tho census they are evidently impressed with the will pay for each visit and also limit tho or two this week. Mr. J. M. Williams is J. M. Hail Stanford; trees. Also some nice Jersey Cows and heifers J. S. Owsley, Stanford which thero has been bo much belief that bo inado on in Louisville. Mr. J. J. Painter, of about bred to registered bull. Ono harness horse, one number of visit that can S.J. Embry, Stanford; combined horse, both geutle and can be drhen by J. K. Lynn, Stanford: complaint. What amount of sympathy any order and to refuse to pay for any "No pent-u- p Utica contracts our powers, has been appointed It. It. agent at woman or child. One buggy and phaetou. W Carpenter, .lilledgeville; A. Also 8$ acres of pasture land, which will be For the whole boundless continent is ours.' ho has for a republican form of governvisits made where no orders wero given; Woodbine. J. K.Ilaughman, Ilustonville; wiu in unc pictc or uiviovu into lots to suit purJ. F. Cash, Stanford; ment is not easily determined, when it is and to pay tho doctors tho .cosh when chasers. Those WlthlniT to buv a lot rh.in unit Ky. William Gooch, Stanford, Tho Cincinnati Commercial Gazette DEADWOOO, CASEY COUNTY. nave a goiuen opportunity. S. 11. Shanks, Pretident. properly uudited known thafvery few Englishmen who says 57. tm J.G. CARPENTER, Stanford. that in the message of tho president their claims have been instead of makJ. I). Owsley, Cashier. country ever acquire citicourt como to this A negro danco iu town on Saturday tho republican policy received courage- ani passed by tho IU months longer, as is night. zenship by complying with tho natural1891. ous treatment. Courage nmid disaster is ing them wait ization laws. Mr. Porter, however, is a A plan that would save thocaso now. The school here will close in about commeudublo virtue, and as it would said to bo tho editor of tho Now York bo difficult to convince tho president nearly as much as Squire Chappell's plan two weeks. And STOCK OF DRUGS FOR SALE. upon to bo forced to send for M. Press and as Biich feels called It ia reported that a bear wearing a that ho was responsible in any way for will and no one Desiring to quit the drug business at Huston, nothing about, and justice muzzle is roaming tho woods hereabout. stand by his chief. Ho makes tho edito- tho defeat of his party in ville I offer my entire stock of freth Drugs and the recent elec- Ds. ho knows ILLUSTRATED. that "Tho president meet on a fair basis. charity would rial declaration Chemicals for tale. Mystook itcompleteln every But somo of our people are famous for tion or that he over made any mistakes, aud The important teriet of papers on South Amer-a- , particular and the business is a paying one in stands firm; thero will bo no wabbling in II unit Skahqent. seeing ghosU and other wild animals. ill also rent the entire house my ttore his determination to piess his views is by Theodore Child, will be continued in 't his mesbugo; that Hen Harrison is not a Magaitne during the grrater part of the year is located in. The house contains 4 good upstairt Three largo wild gobblers were seen Wo publish tho above simply to graticonnot at nil remarkable. He may with G. A. WASH, Huttonville. lai The articles on Southern California, bv rooms. wabbler. Mako a note of this fact." fy tho writer. Wo did notadd tho doc- last Sunday on the farm of Win. Benson, Charles Dudley Warner, u ill also be continued. fidence exclaim: i July noted, noteworthy attractions will be a Among The fct tors' claims up, but both tho county 2 miles from here. Geo. Estes has caught novel by other Kgbcrt Craddock ; a collectionof "Come one, come all, thit rock shall fly Charles That the president standi firm; Krom iti firm bate at toon at I, SALE AT a Mr. ChappellJ.told us they two red foxes within tho last two weeks. original drawingi by W, M. Thackery, now pub- clerk aud And none are more devoted Iished for the first me: a novel written ana iiiusItov. J. N. Bowling had a business trated bv Georeedu Mauricr: a novelette bv Wil for one more term, tho rcsponso from tho democracy amount to between l,SO0aud SU.OOOand but To lilt chnce liain Dean Howcllt, and a series of papers on LonOn account of continued bad health, I desire to Than the man who U no wabbler, would be: wo boliove they do. Mr. Seargent is en nppointmont at Middleburg last Monday don by Walter llesant. "We routed them, we scouted them, Hut heart aloft hit Hag, papert sell privately my farm of 30 Acres of Iu the number tirely too solicitous about tho paupers. at 2 o'clock and missing tho train at and other articlesand variety of illustratedinterest, land at a bargain, in a fine state ol fertility. Would on tubjects of timely And put them all to flight, Like a ttrutilng turkey gobbler, with Improvements. Location one Tho doctors who have contracted to Kings ville, took a tie ticket and hoofed at well at In the unrivalled character of Its short sell aoo acres SUntord, and the laying of the farm Except one tlurdy gander Whote tail it on the wag. mile south of poems, are fully competent to it through in good time. He was a lit- ttories,maintain etc, Harpers Magazine will contin. is superb. There are all of the necessary im. Who thought to how u fight." practice for them ue to that standard of excellence to provements, including a frame dwelling ot five Tho Farmers Alliance in session at do so, besides beggars should not bo tle fatigued when ho reached here, but which It hat been so long distinguished. Tho reports from tho con. con. hIiow rooms and hall, a large basement barn, andall buildings new lor further information, apply to that Mr. Auxier, of Piko, and Mr. Mil- Ocala, Fla., with representatives from 30 chosers. Hror. Seargent would have tho trudged along apparently as happy as a ROUT. McALISTEH, Stanford. ler, of Lincoln, have created quite a stir States. Played out politicians of both par- paupers attended by Dr. Koch, or somo cat. Not many ministers would huvo Ter Year: tramp over railroad other noted physiciau, if in their aesthet- attempted a in that body by a proposition to abolish ties are hanging on in largo numbers. Harper's Magazine 44 00 liiilsJiBiBsBsWBilBStSiJt uro not good ties to have met an appointment of any Harper.s Weekly of Commonwealth's attorney. 4 00 tho office ic tastes our county doctors Harper's Bazar 4 00 The trial of Jaings Howard and oth- enough for them. correspondent of tho Lexington kind, business or otherwise. But Bro. Harper's toung l'eople Tho 4 00 Bowling never allows obstacles to stand Postage free to all subscribers In the United Leador says that "Mr. Miller, who has ers, which was transferred to tho WhitColored Department. in his way when ho has a good job in States, Canada and Mexico. been nursing a system of his own ever ley court from Harlan, was continued on Tho Young Men'sSocial Club, of which view. He has been untiring in hiselTorts The volumes of th Magazine bejin with the its tent account of the absenco of witnesses. The ainco tho convention pitched W. Green to establish .1 high school at Middleburg, Numbers for June and Uecember 01 each year When no time it specified, subscription! will be took tho floor and grow absolutely elo party is, charged with tho murder of J, Anderson Carr is president, J. W. Farmer secretary, in which he has at last succeeded, to be gin with the numlier current at the time of receipt quent as ho depicted tho enormous bur- Y. Middletou, who was ono of tho prin treasurer aud E. oforder. Social at tho Odd Fellows' under control of the Baptist denominaHound volumes of Harpers Magazine for three den of taxation that tho present system cipal w itnesses for tho Commonwealth will give a will be back, in neat cloth and his against tho notorious Wils Jennings. Hall on the night of Dec. L"J. Music by tion. And the people thero will ever re- years postpaid on receipt ofbinding, volume. sent by Cloth (3 per entailed upon tho dear people, dfc mail Over 200 nicely member him with kindness for his labors catet for binding 50 cents each by mail oyes lit up with radianco as ho showed Middleton was killed while on his way Prof. Lott's orchestra. s Magazine, alphabetical, ana. Index to Harper will bo sent out aud in their behalf. HUSTONVILLB, KY. lyticsl and classical, for volumes to 70, inclusive, tho balm iu Gilead effected by his plan.'' to attend tho trial. Ho had spent tho printed iuvitations from June, 1850, to June, 1885, oil vol., 8vo clcth Are still in the busmtsa and ready to do any. a swell alreferred to provides that day at his voting precinct and was car- - the occasion will be quiio thing lu the Undertaking line. We have a full Tht substitute Mrs. Ernst Bonn, of East Dubuque, $4 Remittance! thould be made by monstock of Catet and Caskets of all kindt and Robes to Harlan Court- - fair. tho duties of Commonwealth's attorney lying the of every description. Oar hearse, which it nearly ey order or draft to avoid chance of loss. III., has given birth to a child without where he expected to stay over attorneys, House, Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement new can be obtained on short notice. Mr. J. H. bo devolved upon tho county of Harper Hrothers. Green has charge of cur business and will show California's ofllcial returns show that eyes and with no opening in the skull without the express order ic DROl i. ow. tn rpceivo $900 per year. This night, when the fatal shot was fired from our goods to any one needing anything in nut HARPER IICKO. Address by 7,000. for them. New York. she went republican ltaf ambush. 4.t was opposed by Judge Cox, of Carroll, i j hog-killin- g EEMOVEDI POSTED. FAEM FOB. SALE. 50-- 1 J u J e, knife-blade.- FOR 3ALEI 1 10 ( ll J-: five-foote- d Farm IFor Sale. For Sale Twenty Building Iots attor-comfortin- . j 6j-t- two-third- s ' Chap-pell- 's TO THE PUB3LIC. ' i i ) FOR RENT OR i$ ' NEW SAW MILL. . ,,,, post-offic- e. 58-- tf ,, MYERS HOUSE, n WEIX BORING. Sample Room , 1 I IP-A-Ij- Ii, ear-splitti- 1890. nine-tenth- , Nurseries. every-thin- Farmers Bank& Trnst e 12 ..... .. Farm For Sal. plan-te- r. Lou-cill- o to-da- y ''; FOR SA3LE y n J Hrod-hea- d, HOUSE FOB. HE1TT Hut-tonvll- le. Harper's Magazine. Har-:r- m M m, 8H blue-grat- s Harper's Periodicals,! 48-t- ?- -! fr"1 ' post-pai- J. T. SUTTON CO, 1 'poll-book- s "MM""""S post-offic- e . i J .A; I'! W " S' c . 4 It is said that Gov. Hill has declared Thk democratic newspapers aro not president's himself a candidate for tho presidency. Tory highly pleased with the Senator Vest proposes, at tho proper message. The 2f. Y. Star says "it is simS ply a weak excuse for the shortcomings time, to move to strike out all after the 8TANFORD,KY.,-DECEinn- n 5,1890 of the president's party." Tho World enacting clause in tho Federal election remarks that "it is a singularly uuinter- - bill and to substitute a freo coinago silestinif document. His attitude is ono of ver bill. This ought to bo a happy solu W. P. WALTON. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal u I The president's message is a long and tiresome documentof 12,000 vvords.which our imtronB will thank us lor not inflict ing on them, though not a dozen would bull-heade- M have read it had wo done bo. It is chief ness and lv remarkable for its the studied attempt all through to show himself the great I and tho people tho little u, for he tells them plainly that the McKinley bill is n good thing and that the reason they do not think so is beYon to Goods,. cause of their ignorance. Tho paper congratulating tho country so ma.y starts off by that his party has collected S 130,000,000 to without stealing nny of it, though that is low we do ed Thk democratic victory in Louisville is yet to ho seen. A good deal of space is he very gratifying. Booker Reed imagined devoted to the State department, but manages to tell nothing with winch the himself a bigger man than the party to reading public is not familiar. He touch- which ho owed allegiance and refused to es lightly on tho silver question and says submit to its action. Henry S. Tyler rethat our large supply of gold, if not lost ceived the nomination and, although by impulsive legislation in tho supposed Hoed and hisaupporters made the bitterinterest of silver, will carry us through. est kind of a fight, was elected by 'J,75S We to goods s He is much pleased with the manage- majority, and the other democratic age. coinntillp.d. hit t.hn pnlA Has a.t ice by Bror. were all, with few exceptions, ment of the oi to although it has cost $o,7SG,o00 elected. Louisville has proved again CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. t j , w t more than it paii. The civil service law, that sho is democratic to tho coro nnd lion. W. II. Miller presided over the to once. so far as ho knows, has been executed that bolters stand no show whatever. body at Monday afternoon's session. with fidelity, but it is a subject he evi vests bUc 00r,. The con. con. is off on another junk11 Thk Senate by a strict party vote of dently doesn't care to discuss and thereit.ii.il.p.riiip.ni' (.vm'o 7 wool whitebill and agreea- et, this time to Richmond. Tho body is ' fore does not do so. The pension enact- to 30 took up the Force Op. a. mt.lt. making a record that even tho last legisments are so liberal now that he thinks ble to an order of the caucus will press it blush to acknowledge. wool 'be great scrutiny should be given bills for fo a final vote, even if tho rules will have lature would McDermott's amendment providing to bo changed to do so. Tho lesson of low. special relief, both for,the cause and the constitutional amendments must he amount. He is especially solicitous about the late election seems to have been lost that of approved by a majority of the McKinley tariff bill and pleads with on the conspirators, who aro moro than the total number of voters of tho State people for the ignorant common people to study it ever determined to punish the was adopted. more and give it a fair trial. He thinks their insolence in condemning their par The convention has decidod that a is not as tisan actions. Let them do their worst. reciprocity a good thing, but Main Street, Stanford, Ky, M. constitutional amendment before coming much taken with it as Blaine. A Force A reckoning day is coming and as sure effective must bo approved by j of both bill is needed, he avers, to regulate our as the Bible is true they will reap the branches of tho legislature ami then he from which they housed 2(5,000 bushCongressional elections, but it should be whirlwind from the wind they aro sowsubmitted to tho people at two different els. ing. though at the thoroughly elections and ho ratified at both. Tho Fire at the Jefferson Barracks stasame time h- - advocates a bill by which Thk Henderson Howa, which for 27 popular vote at the latter must exceed bles, St. Louis, Mo., roasted 01 horses to his party can do its own registration, its years has been conducted and edited by of the total of votes cast at the death. number VruWt In own enumeration and its own certifica- Mr. Benjamin Harrison, announces in election last preceding. J. A. Judy bought of tho Gays, of our boasted surplus tion. Knowing that the current issue that it will appear no GROCERIES AND The Lexington Lender says: Tho Clark, no head of 1,515 pound cattle . QUEENS had "yanisbed into thin air" and the bal- more. It is understood that Mr. Harstenographer receives for his services 550 Sun. Gluaawu.ro, Tlnwaro, &o. is now on the other side of the ledg- rison will go to Bowling Green, to which ance a pay for 5 days of the week and S35 per The Lexington Gazette reports sales er, he counsels Congress to economize' place n stock company has invited him, day for tho I las on hand a fresh supply of canned floods ol every description, other two days. This makes of 225 cattle weighing from 1,5:15 fo 1.7S7 after congratulating it on tho great work and start a morning daily. Tho Kenper week, or Sl.'.'SO per at 11 to I). a total of maccaroni, beans, prunes and in fact everything found in a session, s it accomplished during its first tucky Press Association, of which for so month. That otlicinl, according to good Win. H. Henick, of Clark rounlv. grocery. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, and tho permanent good it did the coun- many years he has been the honored and 17 authority, pays out to his assistant took 5 premiums at the Chicugo Fat Cattry. The president does not seem to honest treasurer, will wish him success ...w....t, vw., ... Kid, t.iuciy. viivc my miuavene, sometninrr new. per month, which leaves him a net bal- tle Show, amounting to $725. have heard of the recent verdict of the even beyond his expectations. a trial. State! ance of $333. This is gouging tho A Bourbon county farmer marketed ' people against the outragesag.iinstthem, pretty heavily to perpetuate speeches, 1,W) dozen eggs in 7 months this year at either enated or proposed, and writes as Thk Louisville Post made n gallant many of which are tho veriest rot, of1 .GO TO. if he were a kiug und not subject to their fight for its candidate, Booker Reed, and which tho makers will themselves be an average of 15 cents a dozen. O. W. Welsh, of Danville, sold to dictation and demands. The Pharasaic-a- l but for its bad break in publishing an ashamed before many years. Myers it Wagner a weanling colt by Presbyterian don't cuss, but a reader edition on election day asserting that he Mr. Miller's proposition to abolish between the lines can see that he has as was elected, its country cousins might the office of commonwealth's attorney Gambetta Wilkes, his 1th dam the dam for $1,050. much contempt for the people m if he havo continued their confidence in its and require county attorneys to prose- of W. B. Kidd shipped Monday 205 ex"MODEL had said with Vanderbilt, "Tho people reliability, if they had grown suspicious cute all criminal case3 was defeated in port cattle, weight about 1,000 pounds, he d." of its judgment. the convention, the more's the pity. The which wer purchased at 11 cts. This I or Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats of all kinds, Cream Cheese, Crackers, Maccaroni, Pickles, Hominy, Sauces, Olives, Mince Meat, commonwealth's attorney is at the same finishes his shipments for this neason. Clay Smith delivered an Gen. Gkken NEWS CONDENSED time the most useless and the best paid Winchester Democrat. Puddine, Dried Kruits, Prunes, Raisins, Currants, Nuts and Candies'. address in tho Hall of the House of Del. officer in tho State, and Mr. Miller's It is said that the Parnell-O'Shegates at Frankfort Monday night on tho fair demand in CincinCattlu are in subject of prohibition, but only a small wedding day has been fixed about six proposition to do away with him would nati, with best shippers at feeders Also plain and fancy Glass and Quccnsware, Limps and Lanterns of every description. have met with better Buccess but for Mr. nro brisk at 2j to 3, hogs aro Mow at .'IJ especially to months hence. number of those he wished And now it is sain that tho best of Bronston, who seems to he the especial for giy)d packers and .1.05 to 3 SO for best The fact is, tho hear him attended. He is now receiving and opening the largest and finest stock of Holichampion of such attorneys, and members of the convention are too fond glass sand has beeu discovered at shippers and select butchers; sheep are day Goods and Toys ever brought to this market. Next I intention of the rest of the strong at 2 J to 5. of their own chin music to enjoy Gen. Fire destroyed tle cotton yarn mill opponents not to abolish a single office, Smith's or anybody else'B and therefore Tho New Holier Mills have built a 6tayed away. The general very consid- of the A. Campbell Manufacturing Co., but create as manv more as possible. At largo crib and are filling it with corn. present commonwealth's attorneys cost About 200 barrels have already been erately said he didn't ask that prohibition Manayunk, l'a., loss $1500,000. Fire at Montgomery, Ala., destroyed the State $110,000 a yearand they do less bought at $2.25 delivered. There is a inserted in the constitution, but he be did ask that tho people be given a chance tho Arlington Hotel and other property. than can bo accomplished by county at- great demand for meal at all tho moan-tai- n torneys, who are as a general thing just to vote on it as an independent proposi- Five firemen were bully injured. towns and a great deal is being ship The widow Bly at Auburn, X. Y., as capable and necessarily better ac- ped from here. tion. He would give, if he could, those who are engaged in tho liquor traffic, has lost two husbands, two brothers, two quainted with the cases. J. A. Wood bought 11 oxen, averagwhich he charges is responsible for SO uncles and one son by drowning. ing 1,000 pounds, at lj. A. G. Whitky MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Joseph Xovnl: went raving crazy per cent, of the crime and a large portion sold to M. J. Farris a nice bunch of feed i,f the idiocy, lunacy and poverty of the when he was respited a fow moments Mr. J. D. Singleton and Miss Silvio ing cattle at 3. M. J. Farris sold to Iscountry, till 1900 to close out and seek a before he was to hang, at Joliet, 111. Wood Mosier were married at Mr. F. F. rael Brown for Goldsmith, of New York, The mother of Senator Turpie was Mosier's, in the Kingsville neighborhood 225 prime export cattle st , to be demoro elevating employment. The general is a pretty good talker and his ad- burned to death at her home in Delphi, yesterday. livered Dec. 10. They aro all good ones dress was, as usual, worthy of himself Iud., her clothing having caught fire. for and Mr. Alexander Campbell Thompson, and will average 1,000 pounds or more. and the cause ho represented. Congress opened with L'27 members grand-soof tho great reformer and late Joseph M. Harlan, of this county, sold "Caatorl Is ro well fulartftl to chudren lht Ctuitnrla out Colic, Ounxt ration, iu the House and Gl in the Senate. The editor of tho Batbourville News, is short- Friday to J. F. Collins, of Richmond, 2 1 recommend Immediately on the assembling of other 8our tUomju'h, Dinrrlirva, it a miperlor to an prescription did not put iu an appear- ly to marry Miss Stella Ekin, of Nash- jennets and a sucking jack colt by Hubthird K11U Womu, gift Wp, and iromotM diknown to mo." JI. A. Arciiir, II. I)., s Congress Gov. McCreary introduced a bill ance. ble's Briguoli for S50. D. N. Prewitt ville, a neice of Mr. Henry Watterson. Without Injurious medication, Ill So. Oxford St., IlruoUjn, N. Y, ties, agcotton to place tin and Incompliance with the will of the There was a double marriage at the bought a number of lots of hogs at 3 to ricultural implements and edged tools, late August Tni CurriCK OuujAar, 77 Murrajr Street, N. V Belmont, all the horse? of Kingsville Christian church yesterday, 3J. Advocate, twine, blankets, worsted used binder's tho dead turfman will bo sold nt auction Mr. James Lloyd taking Miss Birdie for men and women's clothing and Bait C.iuutautan tint soon. Sprattand Mr. C. G. Baker Miss Anna Some western apple fiotno Apploi. on the free list. Said ho to a reporter: dohlera arrived in Mont and Oros Babbitt are in jail at Butler, to live together after God's holy this city Tnenday, and will nmku a tonr "Of course the democrats will seek to.re Indianapolis charged with drowning ordinance. of the couuty for the purposo of buying vise the tariff, but I thought I would their sister's illegitimate child to hide GO TO- Three years ago Miss Clara Camp- apiJe for weutem market. Contrary give the republicans a chance, "and first her shame. bell, after a sensational trial of a suit for to earlier expectations, tho applo crop in see if they have learned the lesson Massachusetts claims to hayo the breach of promise against Charles Ar Chautauqua county was a fair crop. taught them by the elections." The gov cow. In one buckle, tho cofieo man, at Now York, got There will not only bo onough (o supply nave learned champion ernor will find that they year she turned but cream for 045 lbs. of a verdict 'for 145,000, with $1,000 for the local markot. bnt'fioui for shfppihg nothing. If any relief comes to the peoas Veil. A rcullftrity that ono 'orbutter, equal to her weight. costs. An appeal was taken and Tues- chard ple it "must be through the democratic will yield fairly well vfliilo a The Hon. I. N. Jordan, n prominent day the court finally disposed of the matneighboring one will bo barren. One party, of which Gov. McCreary is bo Stoves, Stoves, Coal Vases, Goal lawyer ana larmer, representative in ter by affirming the decision, bo ''Baby fanner uaid, "Last year, which was a earnest and able exponent. Congress from one of the Cincinnati dis- Bunting" will have to put up as well as better ora for npple than this, I did not ha'ye an jple for sale, whilo tlds year tricts, fell through an elevator way and shut up. Also full line of Hardware. Wc make a specialty of Cutlery. Sole When Clifton R. Breckinridge, whose was killed. kisor, of Atlanta, has will hava nearly a hundred ba.shclil.,, Mayor M. C. agents for the Celebrated Queen Shears every pair warranted. him by Reed and eeat was stolen from The Farmers' National Alliance at just married his first love, Mrs. Sarah Jamestown Jotini.iL Wc also handle a full line of Quccnsware and Groceries and guarantee appeared at the bar of the his minions, Ocala unanimously and enthusiastically Ivey, with whom he quarreled our prices to be as low as anybody's. Try our "O. K." Lard, best Mr. McMeans, of Santa Rosa, Cal House Monday to bo sworn in, after his adopted resolutions denouncing the Turner 35 years ago. Since then Miss Tumor owns a honw in the world. constituency had expressed its contempt Forco bill as a partisan unpatriotic meastliat deserves n gold meda! married Mr. Ivey and Mayor Kisor, in Ono day last week tho animal escaped for the outrage on him, he was tho re- ure and called upon Senators to vote the meantime, has had two wives. Some from Xh barn yard and mada its way to Tho democipient of a perfect ovation. against it. months ago Mrs. Ivey lost her husband, tho orchard. Ilero ho proceeded to eat You feel tired Po you knor themselves hoarse and bascrats cheered Rain nnd snow aro reported from and later Mayor Riser's Be'cond wife died. applea froin Uio nearest tree, nnd after "You aro ner. what it means? of choice flowers were ket after basket California. On the Central Pacific snow was renewed and now ft is It had eaten all within its reach tho vous "Why? You cough in tlie him by admiring ladies. Meantime plows ure preceding trains. In tho North- The old love sent beast turnod around and Id eked tho treo Mrs. M, C. Riser. morning Do you realize tho cause: rorwAtodJy, bringing down n shower of Reed looked liko a miserable culprit and west the weather is yery cold, while Mr. and Your appetite is poor What makes tho Inaciom fruit. hia fellow robbers felt like going into along tne iew ingianu coast a severe FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. it bo ? You Bccm liko a changed their holes and drawing them in after gale prevailed. A man died in St Paul tho other day person to your friends Do you a moment of supreme trithem. It was feed cutter. leaving n fortune of fi.OOO.OOO. Wanted, a second-hanNew York is enjoying a mammoth Tho know whnt is tho matter, or has umph for right und justice. flower garden this week in tho Madison W. B. McRoberU. will directed its division among hU wii'o tho chango been bo gradual it has For Sale. A registered Jersey bull, and children, except one wayward 6ca, increase in tho Square Garden, where 30,000 square feet of escaped your notico ? Instead who is $60,000 in debt Tho bencfisn-rio- 3 rtoor 8Paco is covered with a gorgeous 15 months old. J. G. Carpenter. public debt last month as estimated, it ol destroyed tho will, allowing Yo have Coasuraptlon array of orchids, chrysanthemums, ferns jack FohSalk. A nice young man x6 receive hia abaro of tho is $0,130,819. This too in tho piping and foliage plants. "Wo do not say this to friehten by "Hubble's Beecher." R. H. ' property. times of profoundest peace. The repubSix bills to repeal the silver bill you, but It to true. These are the suro symptoms of this terrible dlseaio, There Crab Orchard. having got hold of the rope lican party A muelooa described by a lcadin; is ono'thing which will check 'it and that is passed at tho first session were presented A. T. Nunnelley pays highest cash is hanging itsejf as fast as it can. immediately after the opening of Con- market price for hides and country pro- physician of Portland, 'Ore., as having sprang up ia a rtngba night near bis ' The copyright bill passed the House gress Monday and Mr. Wike, of Illinois, duce. doorstep' B3kor4 '!&&& in circumM to moafeMM tj tfa tfit parsteUas la. Ksrow and Amerio. &eck'iurldge spoke promptly offered a resolution to repeal A firm near Murf reesboro, N. O., bad ference aad WgkMl4 pbonda. Tuesday 130 to 95. awtta a4 ll.O rBttU, JM MM the McKinley bill. 170 teres in aweet potatoes thi year, W. H. HOOKEfc its favor. We. Broadway, fciW York. d land-holde- rs nhstinnto, untcachahlo and his utterances thoroughly partisan." calls it "a stale, flat l The and unprofitable document, a confession upon the part of the administration that t ,mg nQ po,icy t(J rccoiumen(l to the people or to its party that holds out to them any pronupo of a return of public confidence. Tho democrats can ask nothing better than to have the campaign of 1SU- -, which opens with the president's message, conducted on the lines which ho lays down." Wo might give many others, but these express the general sentiment with reference to the perfunctory and colorless document. ion Courier-Journa- tion of tne business. J. A. West, of Savannah, Ga., went to Brownsville, Miss., to have a settlement with his brother Hughes, who haa been managing hi plantation. A disa greement resulted in his being shot nnd killed by his brother. Tho Connecticut Farmers' League at Hartford demand State insurance against fire and laws compelling large to Bell sufficient land uu easy terms and at assessed valuation to any one desiring to earn a livelihood. W. C. Lane, master of construction on the K. C, nnd W. M. Blount, a merchant of Richmond, aro under arrest, says the Climax, for swindling the rail , which road in the matter of for without delivering- Blount was paid Tho Panama canal works nro wrecked; eveu traces of tho excavations are vanishing and tho constructive- machinery is worthless. Tho enterprise, in which 400,000,000 were sunk, will as thu monumental failure of the cross-tiesfig-ur- ELEGANT PLUSH PARLOR SET, And one that costs big money. Wo propose to give every person, spending one dollar with us a chance upon this Set. We want your trade and wo sell the very best goods cheaper than any other house in Stanford. Our Stock Is Large and Varied. have in-creas- buy Dry Clothing, Shoes, Boots, Hats, Carpets, tic you as well get a chance upon mis useful and beautiful set of furniture for every dollar you have spend. The excellency of our oods and our genuine prices demonstrate that the business. Don't pat prices for any thin $in our line. Tariff or No Tariff Cuts No Figure o notn-iree- post-offic- e Wana-make- r, With our prices. are determined sell lower than ambodu. The time arc last arrived when i,un, ot.tn on ir heavy underwear. Those that are not fortunate enough have ineir inter underwear left over from Last.snj!nmiiJi.i,t ti. their advantage purchase at Look at these prices: Ladies' heavu riuuea apiece, worth due: ladies extra fine Merino suits worth bJ.zo; Ladies' alt or red in ri worth $2.85. Men's Merino underwear 9 ok. mnrih red underwear $1, worth $1.50, and all other underwear will sold correspondingly - ,'.,.' one-fourt- h THE LOUISVILLE STORE SALINGER, Miningcr. non-partisa- J. W- RAMSEY, HARDWARE, nt-f- WARE first-clas- 3-- '0 $-- j e, A. A. WARREN'S GROCERY" d-- ea i, Mid-dleshor- o. WfcMMM Infants Children I KnK-UUo- n - tin-plat- -- butter-producin- g HIGGINS & M'KINNEY'S Cooking Hods, Fire Sets, StoveBoards. Heating DO WHAT d YOU JPAILS YOU? fj Bro-naug- h, KNOITfe 1 Dfe. ACKCR'g CNCLISH REMEDY. ACOl.Q is c--" .. irS- v- y p;--- -- K rr , - t - j. .y v C wil'" o vF yy "' j ."- WWta ' f '!W n l,,.,,-!!!- r' . " "m W.4-- ' "7T .fi u M w fy i i,M .ah ' ' i hgit.'yrtTjBrjttiinr, aaygtrn m fp. sr & . Y Takk your eggs to Joe S. Jon b' and Jelllco, Williamsburg and Other Towns !bu turned toward tho boom towns of Along the L. & N Bell and the two passenger coaches on get 20 eta. Opposite Portman Home. Tho pleasures of the newspaper man that train nre invariably crowded to a It was 31 years ago Tuesday since Old thousand extent. Stanford, Ky., Decemdeu 6, 1890 John Brown's spirit was sent on its long aro not confined solely to the the editoA wonderful nmount'of coal is being and one delightful features of march. rial room and printing oflice, but ho oc- mined just now nnd the sidetracks aro Don't forget that .1 II. Iliggins pays casionally is fortunate enough to take an jammed with loaded cars of the miners' B.o. WALTON.Bua, the highest cash market price for hides airing of a day or so for ids delectation. black diamond. Tho coal and lumber For instance, the I. J. man, nfter u suc interests of this section is the livelihood and furs. TT MEANS IUSINESS. of thu inhabitants cessful ThankHgiving week, during which of about A. A. Waiuien has just received and for tho clever nnd har1'ay your nccountH. I mean you. A. opened the largest and handsomest stock money flowed into tho sanctum sancto nnd is n of a shovel, ho felt dy citizens. It. Penny. o( Holiday Goods ever brought to this rum till like shot out The amusements of this peoplo are not worn out with the arduous duties, and Watchkh and jowolry repaired and market. Call and see them. warranted. A. It. Penny. secon Mondny night sought tho mountains as varied as those of the Tiik bunt placo to buy drugs, patent editori- for quiet and rest in general (and mon- tion. Dancing, the regular old break- And Full of tho Best Goods on the Market. Wo are still Sole Wantkd, a position hs local or medicines mid toilet articlea is at A. It. al pnragrapher on n Ky. paper. Five ey and new subscribers in particular.) down fashion, and debating societies are Pennv'B. Agents for the Celebrated Rising at tho solemn hour of midnight tho popular indoor pastimes, while croBuy your Bcbool books, ink, tablet, years' experience in newspaper work. long forgotten by even the cranks isn't very pleasant, but tho thought of quet, paper, pencils and school supplies ol all Address "Hamlet," this oflice sweet repose on a car seat with only on the subject in most sections, retains IdndB from A. It. Penny. Crims Govkii gives notice that ho will yourself and another man, soon dispers- the interest it did a quarter of a century apply to the county court Monday for li- ed other than pleasing anticipations, and ngo. It is interesting to watch the alacPERSONAL POINTS. cense to keep the old Carson House nt with a light heart he boarded the train rity with which the healthy mountain Also a Large Assortment of Mil. Wallah: Valtkii clerkinn for Crab Orchard, as a hotel, with liquor with ticket for Jellico in hand. A msidens roquet, croquet and wicket nnd S. S. Myers. privileges. WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S Harlauite offered to share a seat ingeniously intersperse the sport with a MEN'S, went to Louis-vlllMimMakv is being and soon the gentleman from Harlan little courtship with their best fellows. A kitchen and yesterday. In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard Tor mountain girl are blencd with curls, Mr. W. II. riuuiiNs wont to MiddUs. milled to H. .limner's restaurant, which and the gentleman from Lincoln were . And aro up to tnufTon courting, , in the arms of Morpheus. will give more space to the-- dining-roomScrewed. boro tbia week. Tlicir charming ways drive men to crate, And the dude findi very poor iporting. G. Caiu'K.vtku went over to Lex- which is to bo enlarged, papered and There is very little sweet without some D. J. cfe bitter in this world, though, and when otherwise improved. E. C. W. ington Wediivsda)'. Hazel Patch was reached, the passengers Littlk Wilijk Paiuub, who broke hiH Who is Hk? Yesterday's Commer Hand-TurneGoodyear Welts, in fact almost everything needed in CHURCH AFFAIRS. were aroused and informed that a wreck tlilph Inst week, is netting on well. cial Gazette says Unit W. II. Smith, who had occurred just ahead and wo would .Sin. II. lli(OAiiWKi.L, of Louis Snydei'a Elder Lucas' meeting at tho Carlisle the Boot and Shoe line. clalmsto have killed a man named Hobt. bo delayed 8 or 10 hours. This bothered Sons, Cincinnati, was here yesterday. Sanders, at Paint Lick, Ky., 12 ycara the writer not the least, for the novelty Christian church closed with 30 addiMiks Moi.uk IluooKs returned to Crab ago, surrendered hiuihclf in Cincinnati of waiting at romantic, historic Hazel tions. Orchard yesterday, nfter a visit t'J Mrs. Wednesday. The new Baptist church at Erlanger Patch was a pleasure not enjoyed by a waB dedicated Sunday last, Rev. W. II. J. G. Carpenter. J N MENEFEE. Oait. J. T. Hockkk was down from Tiik Richmond Climax comes this week 10th of the world's inhabitants, nor was Felix, of Lexington, preaching the dedi- A. C. SINE. few days ago and took his with burned edges, evidencing the close it everybody's good fortuno to partako of catory sermon. Middleaborn a (jiI1 from tire thntits oflice had the other Hiich delightful hot biscuits and coffee as ' wife back with him. Rev. J. M. Evans closed his meeting Tiik iA'xin'ton Transcript Bays that night, when f00 quires of paper were good Mrs. Carpenter, whom we break- at Walnut Grove, near Millersburg, last burned before it could bo extinguished. fasted with, gave us. The time hung wepk, with 2.1 ndditions and is now Mrs. J. It. IiwleMS and her grand-sou- , The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. The (lru whs in the third story and its heavily on tho experienced travelers, but Joint Scott, aro both quite ill. a meeting at Houston. Paris to the I. J. man each passing hour News. M. Hkazi.ky hns sold out origin is a mystery. Mim. Jamks LUMBER, SASJI, brought happiness and it was with sin' her boarding house and Iihh left for her A personal letter from Bishop ThomTin: MiddlcHboro News says Uruce, cere regret when the train pulled outaud DOQ11S, home in .Stanford. Middlesboro News, Thompbon A Co. sold Tuesday to J. II. U. Dudley expresses much gratificaas SSLIKBS, the w reck was cleared. SIUING, Mm J. AiimsoN ltoMi.r.Y continues very tion over the success of Rev. W. Y. Shep- Ilickuell, of Massachusetts, 100x100 feet, At Corbin my friend, nnd in fact near- pard s efforts to establish ill. He has malarial fever in a chronic corner Winchester and a church serVerandah and Statrwork at city prices. streets, for ly all of the passengers, forsook our train form and his friends are very solicitous $1,750 ensh. The paper also nays that and from that point to Williamsburg my- vice bore. It says: "Mr. Sheppard is about him. entirely worthy of your confidence nnd WOVEN & FENCE. SJ,000,000 worth of property baa changed self nud two or three others were Mns. 11. C. K a pitman and Mrs. J. A. help and the Church is equally so. Behands there since January 1. of nearly all wo surveyed. Royhton, of (iarrnnl, and Mrs. 11. A. fore long I hope to have the pleasure of We carry a full stock of everything found in a "Jellico, all out for Jellico!" was called visiting Stanford." Price, of Han vllle, were guesta of Mrs. Tiik last rain showed the fearful condition that much of the p.ivcmeuts is in. out and tho end of my journey I saw. Geo. H. Uruce. Eldor Philip S. Fall, aged 1)2 and for and Fanniu Huff, Can't the city council have them re This, it will bo remembered, is tho town 70 years a minister of the gospel, died at Miwu Mama Cook Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract They nre alwajs very quick to that the last legislature was kept busy in Frankfort Tuesday, after a short illness. man came over from Lancaster ye.tiT paired , railroad corporations to reach SINE"& MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. but the passing day to meet and take home Mr. and Mrs. make orders in certain He was raised an Episcopalian, but unit- for building. people seem to have learned th.it they and is also the the town that the London ed with the Raptiat Church when he Mo!!iUKMWorth,of Imisvil!e. . Mkcsiih. N. IlKckKU, J. H. Kyan .ind J. needn't obey them unless they are so it New York Land Co. is making vast came to tins country from hngland, with preparations to boom. A considerable which ho remained till Growt, contractors for all kiudriol uradimr disposed. Ctmpbell pro; amount of building is being done, streets claimed went up to Middlesboro and excavation, the reformation scheme, w hen of Miss Lena On account contin yesterday to help build the Magic City. ud illness, she has been forced to give have been laid oil and in fact tho new he joined in that nnd has since that time addition presents an appearance of MimMattib Nkwcomu, n little Ml. up the Ksition as trimmer at my Watch Inspector L. & N. R. R., dealer in- been an earnest worker in the cause. Messrs. W. S. Downton and W. Vernon beauty, after a virtlt of two store and I have engaged the servi- W. Wiseman, of Danville, aro main inmyP.e) v mouths in Louisville, arrived Tuesday to ces of her sister. Miss XKW ADVKliTISESIENTS. who is struments in the "Hoit to make it a city of the Hang-iw- ; visit Miss Mattio Hackley, ft here. She invites her old cus- of importance and many of our readers Pork. tomers us well as the public in general will wish their lalors well rewarded beFOE SALE OK RENT. Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. Mn. and Mas. II. It. Saitlry return to call and give her a share of their pacause of their esteem for tho gentlemen ed with Judge M. C. S.ulley and Mrs. C. tronage. Mrs. M. F. tilkin. from our sister county, if for no other 221 Acres of Land in Lincoln Go. A. Cox from Monticello to remain wmie is Hhown, who was fined $25 reason. The company intends to make Pkbivitt time. Mr. Sauiley looks feeble, but Part of tho estate of R. W Glveni, dee'd. (Stanford, Ky.) and given a jail sentence last week lor Jellico a good substantial city and it is i?6V acre front on the north tide of the Stan- I will take old gold or silver in exchange for jjoods. improving. ford and Knob I.ick adjoinm? A. K, of Hon. ICS.Gooch regret curving concealed weapons, was here not nt all desirousof a quick, mushroomy Denny. A large part turnpike, tract U cxcelleut Tiik friends of this go hemn land. The balance i in corn and cratj very much that ho has decided to leave yesterday in a new role. Ho had with growth that has been, the detriment of 81 acros in irrat lietnuthof laid tnke. ad- boom towns. the county of his birth to go to Somermt him the Wfdow Murphy, who is much many loluintfA. K.Denny and Capt. lien Powell, with While the Jellico people aro thinking in aoo yardi of rlrit tract Both tracts are well goods older than he is. and went to the clerk's to live. Ho ban bought a stock of a whole will make a good forgetful watered and at tlun nn deterred payments. farm. Liberal time there and will go to merchandising Dec. of lieu to get license to marry her, but it of financial success they are not both tracts will as the num- heIf not sold before January 1st, for 10. Mr. Gooch is an excellent, ehrihtiau was evident that he whh not of ago and of the welfare of their souls, rented, separately if desired, the jear 1891, of handsomo churches, several al January 1. gentleman and we commend him to the upon the sheriiraml marshal coming in- ber J AS. G. & W. P. GIVKNS, Executors. 5? 5t to tho ollice he departed in great haste. ready built and others under construcgood people of Somerset. tion, will attest. The place is not entireTwo young blood, who claimed Pino-vil- ly deserving of the unenviable repuui-tio- n CITY AND VICINITY. as their home, were drunk hero it possesses, so say tho good peoplo Al.1. kinds of produce wanted. A. T. yesterday and becoming disorderly, MarIs Receiving His By the of the place, and I think myself tho reKunnelley. shal New land told them that if they d"d ports have been frequently exaggerated. s and You can get 4S stamp sire pictures at not behave they would be locked in the It Ih true that there nre 12 cooler. They made some threats about tho population is very little over 1,000, Karp's gullery forfl. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. shootinir, but llnding that the marshal but it must bo remembered that tho terHioiiKST cash price paid for hides and could play at that game, they became & Co. ritory is very largo and the bhipment to furs at M. V. Klkln & Co's. very humble and promised to leave on prohibition counties in bottles, jugs and which they did under es- kegs is enormous. Lunch served at all hours. Come to the next train, cort of the officer. " Williamsburg, where I stopped on my see mo court day. S.S.Myers. Glass A. Installment Stock. return, am hardly he said to be holding Tiik town has been as durk as a dun Wk can save you ?--' to Jit on cloaks CORNER SOMERSET AMD MAIN STREETS. goon for Bovend nights, owing to tho fact her own. Business seems distressingly Face value $100. Ceets $1 admission fee nnd and jackets. Severance k Son. cents a month until pajmvuts and that the supply of gasoline is exhausted. dull and the lumber trade, which has No dividends cash and to- This is n very poor excuse indeed. The virtually been the life of the town, is not profits enual J100estimated to takein place until7or8 Heine Family Tiik winch is in Molasses, Coffee, Syrups, Tea, Honey, what it was a year ngo by far. Our old years 1'irst year's credited dividends have been Sugar, morrow night. Don't fail to attend. one whose business it is to see to keepover 15 per cent. Lard, Flour, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Meal. Salt, ing a supply ought to attend to it or give friend John Whitehead, seemed to bo New line of Brussels and wool carpets, getting on nicely, despito tho slack in up the job. A little work on the lamps, mats and Uooroil clothes at Severance & too. would not be amiss. The glass of business, and is even neater in appearFARINACEOUS GOODS: Son's. $100 Full Paid Stock. Spices, of thorn is bo smoked that it is al- ance thah ho used to be. His good wife Class B. some Maccaroni. Cheese, Flavoring Extracts, no doubt deserves tho credit. Tho Wnaro well prepared toslaugbterhogs most necessary tocarrva lantern to keep Prunes, Citron, Figs, News has again chamred its Face value $100. Costs $1 admUsion fee and $50 Raisins, Currants, for the public. Our charges are 50 cts. a from running upauainst the posts. place of business, tho 0th time in two in lieu of all dues. Total J51 per share. Receives Parlor and Hall Lamps, Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, upon $50 cash dividends of percent, head delivered. M. F. Klkln fc Co. Is credited with a All our people will pleasantly remem- years, nnd it's getting mighty near mov- and until the payments proportion ol surplus prof Queenswarc and Tinware. and surplus amount to its, Foil Bunt. Tho desirable residence ber Miss Hftllio Welch, the pretty music ing time ngain. The paper evidently $100 This surplus is a small per centage at first teacher nt the c6llego a few years ngo. thinks any change 1a a change for the but increases every jear This is a preferred on Main street now occupied by Mrs. stock and the cash dividends are guaranteed. Can Well, hho'fl singiiiglullabys now instead better. be withdrawn after one year. Bettio McKinney. . Apply to J. J. of the dillicult pieces she used to pracNo town in my travels is bo rapidly tice. bVo married ifr. Sam Deathernge, dwindling out of existence as Woodbine. To loan. ffWO at 7 per cent, on gilt of Madison, two years ago and on Satur- Some half a decade ago Joetleld, as it was note or securt'd by good collateral. Call day nigHt Tast h boy arrived to then known, bade fair to be a mountain Glass 0. $50 Pail Paid Stock. at First National Bank, Stanford. .Mrs. bless tK6 union. The little fellow has city of no mean importance, but things value $50. Costs $1 and $15 Mary A. Doores. beenVarnt'd Talton Etnbry and is said to have changed since Botay died, and in- In Face of all dues, total $;6 admission feeReceives lieu per share. no cash dividends, but is credited with the same stead it is hardly a flag station for the L. per centage of profits as Installment Tiik jury at Lebanon in tho case of be "the sweefest hnby that ever was." Stock. t Drugs, Books- and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall such stock had been issued during the past year, AN. Logan against the L. & tf. for Mrs. Mary Tiik wonderful Heine family, consistdividends would have been over 15 per cent. Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Corbin, where tho change is mado for its When the aj and the credited profits equal $jo the killing of her husband, Elrio lxgan, ing of Prof, and Mrs. Heine and Miss the magic City of Middlesboro, is doing new face value ts withdrawn in cash. This is a the Jewelry and Silverware. failed to agree again. form of stock, especially adapted for the InKvelyn Heine, will give concerts at Wal- herself proud and tho land around her, vestment ofsmalt savings without the ordinary and ton's Opera House, Tub latch of a safety Bwitch at which a few years ago could havo been feature of monthly payments. Can be withdrawn night for the benefit of the Gleaners bought for a song, is now being sold by after one year securities of the Company are alTho books and out Monday night and threw camo ways open to investors. freight cars oir tho track, breaking for tho Kingdom, who aro trying to raise tho front foot and bringing big prices at two Railroad Tho the truck of one, but doing no further money for a Japaneso missionary. The that. With littlo better hotel accommovio3 a 3 damage, except to delay the passenger professor is said to bo the most gifted dations, Corbin would bo a regular o c linist in tho world, since the death of Olo "travelers' rest" for tho unfortunate c O 3 trains for 4 to 0 hours. 3 $1,300,000 of Stock Carried by Bull, while Mrs. Heine is a most artistic drummer or tourist of any kind, as a a. n over 1,500 Z&ombors. signal service predicted a cold pianist. Miss Heine has a soprano voice of er-night Tiik a. o , would prove far more there S for Wednesday morning, but a rare Bweoness ami tho three give a conO wave being ushered into towns pleasant than 5V O southern breeze struck itbeforo reaching cert that can not bo surpassed. Several on the C. V. Branch just in time to miss O 5' ra'.n. It young ladies are engaged in Belling ticku here nud turned it into a heavy rj y For full information apply to supper and bo compelled to "double up" rt day and yesterday ets and Miss Annie McKinney, the pres cleared up during tho with four or five other unfortunates that O 3 the mercury was down to 20", making it ident of the society, has disposed of over you know not. CECmCE W. JOHNSTON, O c tho coldest day so far. The indications 70. Be sure to attend. Admission 25 Laurel's capital, Pittsburg and E'iBt General manager, n 50 and 75 cents. for snow aro now yery promising Beriistadt are about what they used to The Commerce, - - r Louisville, Ky. c: Hon. E. S. Gooch writes from be, save that tho former is perhnps outTub time for our Christinas double o a. v alLondon has numbers la close at hand again. They Waynesburg: Elders Pike and Medaris classing the two latter. about tho middle of the closed their meeting Monday night with ways been a fine business pointand with will bo issued o O 1(1 additions, 15 by baptism. Bra Me- the unlimited amount of wealth that she 3 GEO. D. WEAKEN, Agent, month to give tho advertisers a fair show a. 3 back it's no telling what she with their CUristmas goods. A feature daris did all the preachirg and did it has at her STANFORD, KY. com- well. 'Some 20 or more gave him their may cope to'sdmeaajr. J. 8. WALLS, Ph. a. Preec. Oik. B. H. BANKS, Jeweler, this year will be a thrilling novel, J last night of the meeting, yhe Knoxviilo Branch 'trains are neW Refer to J.J. McROBKRTS, Cashier First Na. plete in thVtwb double issues, by a pop- - hand the t.u? time to aub- - thereby 'indicating their deaire to become ly (oraaken by the traveling pub1icwh'eu ..' tional Uauk, Stanford, Ky. JOT i ular author. Now fa Jo if sinStratt, Of p. Cor.His, STANFORD, Xf better. . Corbin In reached. All heads Beamed to scribi!. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. "standing-room-only- " BOOTS & S HOES Our Manager 2 m four-fift- hs d God-sen- Blue-gras- s Stoek is Now Complete Buell Waterproof Boots, f kind-hearte- d o SHOES, cook-roo- side-by-aid- o HA1TD SEWED d, MACHIITB SEWED, STAGG & McROBERTS. Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOCKING, CEILING, SLAT mon-arch- s Manufacturers of WIRE FXHST CX.i3.SS TJUM.B'U YSLBX. im-h- W' liki J RT FEftfiZEL, pros-jK'rit- y. milli-nar- y well-know- n m iip f tfflb !UMS km IEWELRY. 'H V3 d H.6.RUPLEY, A i li Investments Offered bar-room- Louisville Savings, Loan FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Building Fine and Staple Groceries, J -- m m i U Inter- -State IS .4 semi-annu- al s. SOLRK HARDXNT. r.s j $ .4 DRUGS and JEWELRY - u 1 5i'4i W k Alta-mo- nt HAMPBM Best 3 WATOSBsyi Watch. m t i W n layov- , x r- a T n o ? n M S W wf!SMWJf -- . iffvG&Nftw l"!' Semi-Weekl- y IhteriorJourhal FOR SUNDAY READING. -- AT I'libltRtmd Kvory Ttionrtny nnd Krtdajr arWhan 'J0lt VHIAIMNAUVANOJi: n !) fljy r.O IH be therged.- K. 0. LOCAL TIME CAM. , Train Imvm Rowland at ; on m, ramming LAN. Kalif'Mttalfl LOCAL TIME CARD. ,11 ., ., . MnlllHMMKnMfltl. ... t ' " Koiilh. I'V- ill - I h rj-i- " M r it fi V accopt n oompromlso. Ilnvo you tho counign to propoto n nnttlomont of thin l7am .. fiyi am kind? Local Kflhl Ninth j.Vpm Hlllltn Hull nomo of your fnrtiiH. Holl noma The latlat train. l) r niry of your nml ontnto. Soil nomo of your iil.led "" .l.ndard Hw- HoUr 'I li above ll tU bank ntockn nnd railway bonds, nnd got llmx ll tonl tn intiiulM fle Miinro on tho Ionl's Iniok. Don't wait wpnl, until you got nlok and think you nro got will itntlinr tin Inranvt ond fliic.t, ing to din. Thoro nro thousands of proAmi Idlnit nil my .pull, tn Thy fnnt." fessing Christian whoso consolnncnn Itilt lln .nlil "Miyl My child, thnrn at nro troubling thoin, liooniiMO thoy nro othrr. kouplng back tho Lord' monny. Tn unllior Urn fruit of thn rlnnj t nro tho ronulU of uneasy Htny tlmii .till In thy plum nml ho Ulat, Nnr tlm nl thy ntnttoli riiplnn." It would bu far bettor for a npneo of Utne. mnn to son wboro hi money goon whllo 1'hfti I limknil down thn lipniitlfiit vntlny, convention nt After n ho living, thnn to lonvo It for other WIipio Ihn llllr. urnw tntnly mid fulr, WnyneHburg o( tho delegates of tho And thn rci.p lilii.ho.l ciirlt nml orltn.nn, to light ovor whon ho In dead. Tho And ncpntod thn nnrth mid thn nlr. school, Middleburg wns selected us thu Work mnn. t plnco to build tho South Kentucky And I .nlil "I.nl inn rtlmr thn (Inirnr. S0RR0WS SAFETY VALVES. Thti.n fliiwpin no (nl r nml o mvnnt; School. Our people nro hustling t will hrliiK tlinm In nil llmlr hrlunt linnuty, A Orrnt Co.iifurl 1. Alwrnyn Found In nrouud now- nnd nil nro InteroHtod in tho And Iny thnrn with .v.i nt Thy tvvU" k INinlldlnir Ono. Morrow to h school. They havo nnvernl thousand I'rlnn.l, lint lln mid' "Mnyl My child; lot thn flowor llhniiii mi In t lint r frnurniico mid rnoo; Ureal griefs can nnldotn bo borno In dollars on hand now and will commence Thny tun nut fur thy flnsinrn In uitlhnr. Mlonco; nor In It well thnt thoy should building hooii. Htiiy.nUy Ihun co ii tout In Ihy plnrn." bo. .lust n tho cry of pain springs to Two of our college boyn took n walk 'Twm n .Irrmiil llnl Hi" iimiwilnu rnmnlnuth) tho lip of n child whon It In hurt, no through the Held to view thu huidscnpo now In thn hywnjr nmt lnn And tho wounded spirit longs for tittornnco o'er nnd wero enjoying it, whon (indeed I iphioIi fur tlm clovi.r nml dnl.li., Puro to ease It sorrow. Far from bolng n And Klnnn fur Ihn urnttnrliiK urnini. nnd not rnbolloii nnd unnatural desire, this Tliomnn!) nn old cow aw thoin l My ahnnvni will ho .runty nml hiimhlo Huhr.i Acieamot tarter 1d.Vll.tflinw.lfr liking their motions, took out after them longing to somohow unburden tho soul U s. .,vrtninnl He All other, tnurn .UIpIjt nml ttnnd; nil In ImvuiIiu .Itei.Ktb In words In n merciful gift of Uod. nt break neck npeed. Thu Imyn Hoemed llul whnt.iy, If nl ulnhtfull thn Mn.lrr pott. Aii l. Hhnll my "Hhn hnth dunn whnt Son how tho noblest souls bnvo nought to renllxo that they had better leave that tin would." nnd found, not only n bnltn for sorrow, part of thu world nnd running through u I.lllltn (Jrny, In N. V. Oliaorrur. but sorrow' own doopor moaning' corn field thoy nwatn n river nnd got KICHAKU C. WAUHKN In uttering thnlr honrU profound' A SELFISH NATURE. U Cv..t..tit for Atnlllor of tin Male of Krn. homo Into in tho night. ot ory. Think of thnt it,V;,uU,ct lollir will oflheDiMii.icraih. party Oiipi filiimlil Work Nn ntlloont momnrlnl I'nr Thnmpp In which AUiip, lint r.inlpHTur to Aid All. The Finest on Bnrth. Tennyson gathorcJ up, an In n sn- A. S. PHICI5, The Cincinnati, Hamilton .V Dayton K R it Thn HmitiUtlon of nnlllntinonn It In cred urn, thn fragments of hi broken the line running l'ullman'. I'.rltctcd Safety onlr MUKtiitoy i:ntist. Krntntvl In our vnry nftturo. Tho nncov heart. Wnn his norron- for Hallnm tho Vcitibiiled I'mliii, with Ch.lr, 1'nrlor. Sleeping nnd Dining Car .trvire tietwepn Cincinnati, Inover W. II. McKol.nU nlllnn of our Ufa lmro i tonilnncy to lom thnt ho thus robbed It of Its bitterMain trei, Omit thn only line ClucaKi fnron U Into fitllnr tIow nml dnvnlop lU est n ting, tho sting of helpless nllonco dian. poll, and U.chnlnK and I. Cart bttwecn Cln-- c linn ou'i """"' " Chair l'htouKh nnatl, KtokuV and Si.iinsfield, III. and Sleeping ntronifnr untlrlty. Wo muni oat nml nnd hopeless brooding ? Wns Clrnrolcst Csr Cliicinnstllu Uaiklnaw, and the dronn, C. MORGAN, D. D. S. drink nml ntno nml thnin noopn.it tlnii noblo, loss hereto, bocauso, nftor tho R. Only Direct Lino npoo.ltlos of nrory ono death of bin bnlovod daughter Tullla, ho of oiirn nro Iletwren Cincinnati, Dayton Lima, Toledo, Denl.o. Umlor prmnnt olrcumtit.nncon. It wroto a treatise on consolation tonllnvl-ntDENTIST. troit, the Lake Uegiun. atid Canada. ! one of If Dm The road of llfo, to his sorrow? No; utterance nnuctt-lie- s OMonnd thelaonly tin. the otdtal in the Slate ol llou.e, MMrtlf"i,.m.olt IVrtijuw palnleti Nootnn nt Cincinnati over 5 nay no ivonl nl nil of It coin for tn nml glieu tor tho grief whoso pang It nottons. Uod imlei ol double track, cnunnf ila u"."Iili. Nllt.i.i.U.ldlUt record can and from "Ipgnncn), munt lio tnado uinttor of doen not will thnt wo should suiter In mom than a.ttireiti pairnoa apecd, confort and llnCllllf STANI'OKI), KKNUCKX ntniutfln nml conflict, not only with thn nlloucn. Ho nover drives .afetv Ticket, nn al everywhere, and er that they ntuhhorn earth nml olniiinnU, hut with tho barbud nrrow Into tho human heart. C , II AD, either in or out of Cincinnati, 13. PUN NY, W. our follow. t5o itniwit tho RrnMoltiR, What comfort, what peaco hnncotnoto tndianapohi or Tclnlu. McCORMtCK, O Hjilrlt, many n stricken soul In pouring out Its General Pautnuer and Tukel Agent. m which lliiiln Itn nxiroilon In tho sorrow to somo sympathetic friend, or Buoklen's Arnica Salve (JHicltoMlh Hl Main .liwl, In urnce recently umxliii no often roponUnl; "I tutint look tolling it nil In n broken letter tosomo nflor niyimlf." I, for my pnrt, do not dear ono far nwayl Wo need not bo pouts a0.Udl7.Ur. llfl""i Slmifoul, Ky The lieet ale In Hie world for cut, bruliea, hello vo In tlio nnoonntty. ulnco It wnn not or orators to uso this blessed safety oie, ut.r, .all rheum, fer oiea, letter, chap-pII. f ATWOOD coma and all ikli. erup j.j.AI.MCN UikI'ii donlKn thnt wo niiouM tliun vnlvo of sorrow. Knough, If wo havo tlomhand., chilblain., pdci.orlio pay re.jmr and positively cute, nml oxoltmlvoly look on tho faculty of ut tern nee. Surely, In ed. It i. guaranteed to gno petlccl ialulactioc, AI.IJ5N A: ATWHM1, our own thing. Our onvlronmont nml the fullness of tho heart wo shall hot or mon.y i.lunded Pnci. ic cent, per bo. lf0r ale by A K I'ennv, Stalilord, Ky. rovolntlon, wonl. RGHL ESTflTE HGEKTS. rolntlouiililpi, no lonU Ihnn thoso very lack for thon forbid It, Nny, It by And thoro I another snfoty-valvA Safo Invoatmont tlilniji riMidorod ltnpimlhlo thnt n ninu of sorrow. It In service. Work, City, Tonn. laone whtiSU Huarauteed to bring; jou nhould no nbiolutoly limit bin vUlon. loving, earnest work It In like tho do w roaulta. or in ca.e of lailure.a teluriior afe tld JAS (I OIVKNS. So, wo poroolvo, tho nollliili spirit ml. of Heaven upon n bruised rood. If sor- yourpurcha.eptice. On druKgut a plan you can WM.AVHKS bottle ol Dr. f.uv from our ai.eitiwd roHiU tho doltin nnd lnw of Uixl. row should tnko nwny our powor of King'a New Dttcovcry for Con.umptien. II It In every ca.e when AYRKS&LG1VKNS, To thn bruto nlouo I It polbIo to serving, it would bo tho worst holl tho guaranteed In biln relief ihioai.luns.erche.t, uied for any affection of iho look only on bin own thing. Tlio lion mind can concolvn. It would bo like iuch aa conauiiiplion. Inflammation of Ihe lungt AUurnoyn.nl t.nw, may trnclc nnd nnlxo bUproy, thoiulr the chained hands of Prometheus, whllo bronchlli., a.thma, whrtipuiif cough croup, etc , per. It idea.ant and anieoable to Ihn lale,Trial 337 Filth St., - LouiaviUo, Ky. rot turn id hi mit, and tho fox atonl hU tho vultures worn gnawing nt hi vitals. etc. ...(.I. and can alw.y. relied upon. frtly ohlckon ou bin own bohnlt tnoroly. Hut, thank God, howovor dnrk nnd deep bottle, free at A. R I'eimy'i drii ore. Slttev ttttililing. llul thorn nro nlno tunny lnnlnnoo, n.t our sorrow, wo nro not deprived of tho IOIyt MorltWlna. of tlio bonror, tho lxo, tho nut, In blessed roltot of doing. Though tho we FRANK MAHIMON. Wodc.ire lo y to our iltlien. that for year, for JAS. 0. OIVKN.S. which oyort bruto.i nnd tntiooU, by tho oyos rain, lot not tho hands Ho Idle. iteovery have been .ellli.B Dr King'. New very constitution of tholr nnturo, nro Thoro In n world of blessed work to bn Con.umptlon, Dr King. Life l'lll. GlYBKS MdRWON, n tuutunlly helpful. Tho domoitlo Arnica Salve and Klectfic l Hitter., and ha. done, nnd service Is sorrow's balm of a. well or the never handled reniedie. that nro ntlll furhor nubjvot to tho lnw (Hload. Ion's Herald. t io HKAl KtlTATK. have given uch univrnal .attraction. ana we thnt, to obtain, ono munt norviv, Mnnln not heaitate to guatentee them every lime f ItPMdlmc thi. Itlldis - atand ready to i.futid the purchaa. price bin lowot ntnto of nnrnffory dovolop.i, Thc.e do It Is oay to oulogltti thn Hlhlo. I. In factory reuilta won not follow their ue purely nl lont In rough outline, n common their great eopulanly remedie have Iron ' limber t.tn.U bought Town l.oW, Coil. wonl tn which bis own woal Is Involved. another thing to glvn It careful dally on their menu A. R IVnny, Druggi.i. ot tuld on Cuimnifon, Coiieioondnn. tot )f Whon wo ronch civilized mnn, wo find reading nnd meditation. Tho mngn intuited Howling Green will havo frve nmll Ihl prlnclplo muoh further developed. xlno nnd tho newspaper nro anxiously looked for, nnd hours nro given to tholr delivery nfter January o. Tho clrlllied mnn nnn mnko tho utoit Imj road dally, Tho tobacco and or twntff bin Tom Ross, n THE GOMIIERCIHL HOTEL portunities out ofby capaoltlon nnd op- perusal. rendingHlblo may simply to on so may bo hut tho hnn departed only nerving others. Tho hog dealer of Kirksville, otto's consotonco and without thought of J. II OWENS, Manager, credit-or- e fnftuor can niiulro wealth only by for climes unknown and various health-givinauthority fiHd for others. Tho wrltor can howling to thu tune KontuckyJ nttnln pisltton njul money only by pro- lis Dlvlno to tho soul,nnd Honry Mnrtyn, Imekorn-urnnd Hnrrodsbur tendency ducing vhat will lnitruot or num.so tho missionary, would nnvnr allow him- of ?J0,000 to $25,000. charge l ihl. popular hdl taken I have manner "J Carey nnd Warren, tho new Sena-tor- e r nd Intend to ww II In "rot ' oilier. Tho railroad companion lay self to read r bookonn moment nftor ho " vll, ,'rom their traokn whom they will l felt that It was gaining n preforonco In ''ln from" Wyoming, weronworn in Mon-tln' if orvo tho lop rolylmM,lhtsllne l 'IB tnJtnl n.l nuVe II flcnl nJ Inrgeit tuuubor, nnd nn Inventor makes his mind ovor tho I Utile. As long an ho Mr. Carey dnw tho long tenri tltliiB:Kil VhuM tll Vrth',.V1'.lSV" money for lilnmolf proportion ns 'lv Utit ccllon. ho could turn to his Hlblo with a supremo closing Mnrch H, 1K5, nnd Mr. Warren in J J. cl tiy tUMn navei tltno, lalmr and money for others. ndlsh bo would continue rending, and the Phort one, closing in '1KI. Theso may nil do tholr work with n no longer. How few would think of esThe democrat Hept Vicknhurg at to proper tablishing HOUSE, view, primarily, thoytholr own bo suc- Christian such it criterion In literature, the nmnicipnl election Monday and chose 1ULKY Inquirer. eurlchmont; but can not cessful without looking "also on tho UU.KY, Proprlotor, a mayor for the flret time in many yearn, V, CHOI 6 E '.hlugs of others." Milwaukee also elected democratic mayKentucky Tho Christian man attain n yot London. - ; thing can bo forgiven caster or, giving him n plurality of about d.OOO higher lovel. Ho doo gtxsl with a vlow thnn solllshness. Kam's Horn. lhMeinliiKv nw H"l nilIh m votes. Hod' minimum Is greater than mnn'3 MHli4lnnr l iMimitwJl oinnniChIIIlo- not to hi own profit mainty, not to hi Uwil l.hrrll(lio.l own prollt At all, but to tho protltot his maximum. Talmago, in N Y. Oksorvor. ,,..... Kll.r,, (irolhroii. miU iwfteU. Mile Neru unci i.lvcr I'lllw. jf Tho llfo of n truo man can not bo That Is tho highest possible Time net on the An Imporiunl l through 'bo nerve view to tnko of our litis. It will tend ono of mere pleasure. It must bo ono of llrer. tomach and ' A new prtnci'dn. Iliry peotiy euro hiliout. fellow-maC. A. BENEDICT & CO., Standto mnkn u diligent in business slnco duty to Uod nnd bis nris, liad U'p turpi.! iiwr. piles and contt pa women and ehildrrn thnt is tlon. Splrn n.1 for & Pump Adjusters, pointed the way In which (?od ban ap- ard. Well Drillers . rf.t, .Nilosrsfor JicnU Smstle.l. lovo begins in conu to fullll HI will in things Tho Christian tihyslcal and Intellectual, to produco or scious obedtouce to Christ; but conscious Sample, five at A It I'rmny Klatuord. YANFOKD.JvV. Xlie 'Woiiiturfttl Tower. distribute tho good that lie designs for obodlnnco soon rises Into sweet nnd rich l A IVimjM lrnOiJ Tlio highest .tmctur.1 tn Ihe norUt It KlITel WflU rtUA 14 orlet nil. It will make us diligent in moro companionship. Advance. Tower, nl I'unt. I.ooj lent high. jo Hut the grent "Satan blndnd us." Hut lot us ducvvrry of Dr Kmnkim Mllct i cfrtsin to purely spiritual duties, slnco wo nro so far alMive In to mako known and felt the riches of "give tho devil bin duo." Mnny of our lowerand heatih. ItThl tinniiolinir human hrppl ne wond'rfwl nerve medi hindrance are entirely of our own Ills grace. cino build, up wornoul .y.iems. euro. lilt. tpa.ni. beiiilachn, uermus pntraliun. dixit nnd luanutacturo. PresUnderstanding theo facts, wo may United nr, tleoplei.ne.t nmth y tialuv eul also understand nnd carry out tho motto: byterian, trouldos, etc. MrvJnlin K. Minor, of Valpa J IV. I'll) tor ot l.nsan.perL l'resorvo your conscience always rau,, liuL, to bo horvcri, but to sorvu." "Not Ind.cali.ed t oniHlt a uxm'ti whllo InUirg oft and sensitive. If but ono sin force it. KtnelT illulrttt.-- lreatieen "i.rou rioldeu Rule. lU way Into thai tender part of tho soul end s.impl- - l.UI of tho KtiinitlTe Kortine, trra l ,v. It. IVnnj's who cunianlret THE TENTH FOR GOD. and dwell easy there, tho wad Is pared IL (or a thousand lniiuttici. Christian at VA'tint Will lh Xtioitsaiulrt lnlouctl. Lord". Hook r lUmrm. Work. tn a ncvni ww-- t on Heart n rae, Pr lirmif Mir Asrtlit.l Vmt? is the How alwnt tho back tithes? Tho lAnl gdie tho nouM People who aw too cowardly to re- KranVdn Mil many new and inrttmc faciv Tnoaan.ts ot koops a took of rtmombrancv Thorn buke wrong very often try to mako people arti Oowiy toitnln2 lhcmlve, themselves and others believe that themeip by the ue c4 sa. nro no mistakes In lit hook. Thodate an.1 atcMioi Tfec are Heart Whips, t?o back to Iho tlnio whon farm was their course U dictated by charity. The It truth in thnt an unpleasant duty It culrgnuuin Ivxn raM.Uy, ih jrru.ln.iily wetr-tnddod to farm; when tho sheep Incwascd ll PducMt;bArinets of ttreath when evaded because of x want of courage, attd houlde. hungry Hit in i erMlng. a UnmlrtM-fold- ; when tho yearly profits and t.ilnt .pt Flna4 j Ixsirl tn lurw ti".l Christian Inqttt.er. wpjkrwvHl anJ Irri.alrd bearts 6n mewhandtso lnortasisl leyond Oeth -- Ono of the maxims of the Htble it the pnM. over j whore liegtuy Ihe when tho rlltng-mil- l, nnd New llriarl tiit d by Dr. the ootton-mlland the foundry ha! to that we should do nil things "with char- Milc.btchlrora oat A.lt.lVnnt'e.SUnrord This single rulo Is the bo cnlargxHl; wKon tho oil Iwgnn to ity, " or love. tafctt guide, in practical conduct that flow; when tho railroad shares doubled ono can possibly adopt. He who Is pov-rnLexington tn values towJumi the old homestead was by by a foniitf heart will seldom make vacated enter tho palatial rtMeno; ntlmkei In action. X. Y. Independent. wrhon bank and Insurance slocks wn Mills Co. Lexing- largxs "Ye ro the light of tho world." dlrdonl? when tho ol.l sale by all ktro torn dew it, and new ones built to Wo tints i not suppose that this figure Whea lUliy ton, Ky. wj Jci, sro care her Cattort. teaches only tho Christian duty of rekold tho increase, of gxK first-cla- ss Grocers. CWld, b iel for Caat.vHa, Tho Lord cuvdlto.1 cwry hiah with vealing to others tho way of life. It Wnea the w cJung; U Castori. Ybcw &H bootme Mica, has many applications. Among other the oho the halt oront Cream which ho grodijlnglyor gavsw.i per wnt Uitngs U Uache personal purity. AVbea fail to Cattorta. t U;s Od3 Je, J C1" I tin hJ ,Phto as tho light." is proverb; iho good and hargwl him with i.i" n n if . Tlio Veit 'psr in heart are the onoa who r to Cook. por .vntmgon U.okyuar. U, : i lsj Uod. The Workman. for been " Rntith " Notlh. . M';im Than to All! iApm In somo canon tory largo. Lllwrnl bo-ijtiosU nro paying off n portion of tho dobl that should havo boon paid, yonr THC MASTER'S SERVICE. by yonr, whna thn Iord wnntod thn tnonoy. I ktinlt Hi tho tnrt iif tlio MoMur, Will n mnn rub Ood 7 Yo havo robbed Who hnnw linw my lionrt linrnnd with Mo, fialth thn Lord. How ? Ily , lorn, (in 1 niit ' "Ml inn work In Thy nrlo, thn tltlios, Whht n fearful Ami to my iltivotlon I'll i.rovn." reckoning thoro will bo noino of tho.so day I Mnn will say to tlio Iird Anil I lookml on Dm tnr, wnvlfic Imrrmt. Haw it), tirml nt morn Inlxirnr ll.nrn, thorn U n tnUtnko In tho book. Ami I nlil "I.nl tun linilnlo tlm r.i.iiliuc, Thn Lord will nay: No, my child, Ami my .Imnvc almll tin Riildon nti.l (nlr.M thoro I no inlntnko. Would It not Hut lln art lit : "Nnyl my olillil, llinto nrn be. n wlso thing for ovory professing ullmr. Christian to mako n sntllntnnnt with tho I'nr ntfonunr My r.Mipfit to lm Mny llmil .till In ihy pUcn, mill ln wntclilnjt Ixrd n soon nn possible? Jf tho dobl nonim vii ry largo, tuny bo tho Lord will Til do .'unit iimll aarvlcn fur Mo." i with-lioldltig 1 MIDDLEBURG, OASEY COUNTY. 11KAJ THIS THICK! . . j.nM, - looked no tlm uri.ou .loplnn hill ld(i, Wlioti tlio vlnnynnl. In lurrntioi Iny, Ami tho iirinltlnr. mt Imlm nmt no HOldnn, Mn.lt Joyiiu. tlm l.ii.K Imrvn.l liny. And I null) r "l.t inn ( tn tin. Tln.irnrd., Whrrn tlm olti.tnm ImtiK purplo nml I I ROYAI Log-nclo- n o. young man ngml IK, fllfd nt IiIm homo iienr hero Sunday. Ills rniiinliin were interred in Green Hirer Cemetery Monday. Our town In on nboom nownndtown loin nro nelling fnnt. It In not nurh n boom nn our ninter town, Mlddlenboro, but hope It will noon rench thnt point. T. S. IleiiHon, who taught tho ncliool in district No. M, hnn enrolled fill nchol am nnd there tiro only 'J In tho district. Tom in n democrat nnd n hustler in n Bchool room. Circuit court will coiiuuuuco nt Liberty Monday nnd thu evil doers will Buffer. Our hoyn nro arranging their to bu nt other points during that Win. Miller, who linn boon crippled In liisnnkln. in out ngnln. Tlio only Protection thnt will effect-nnll- y Tlio collcgo boys and girls will give protect nil people, nil cIiispcs, all nn untvrtitinment nbout tho HUh nt the labor nnd nil interest ia tlmt styled college. pnntor of tlio Ikiptlnt Si:i.k Piiotixtion ncquired only from llov. Mr. Wnnl, church, linn renlgned unit preached IiIh it truthful knowledge of ways nnd Inst sermon Sunday night. menus, legal nml illegul, jtnt nnd un1 w&ojtmt 1H1 yy?; ? HFlHeCRF iSiea'KffiSCJ i " Ijgitn Coleman, n busl-nou- n two-day"- .' I : Hap-tin- -- - hympn-IIiUiii- POWDER Absolutely just, by which iho bunions of government, profits of lnlor nml industry, nre w unequally divided. That knowledge in power, nnd ignorance jta ulnve, is forcibly illustrated daily in all walks of life, among nil people, in all countries. Where knowledge is lined as a jwwer or :i iiieans for gaining wealth without lalMir or nn equivalent therefor, it neccrwiry to deceivo or keep in ignorance of Mich inothod.1 those from whom the wealth h taken ; hence it is that of tho ten thousand newspapers printed in the United States, les than ton nro absolutely free and independent of the power or control of eomo cla.-party or monopoly whom) intercut it is to keep tho great innst of eoplo in ignorance of their methods. Tho Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer is one of the few, if not tho only one, absolutely free from Mich influences. It is tlio most honest, thorough, able teacher ami exponent of truthful knowledge, of rcliablo data, free from partisan bias, fair, frank nnd explicit to such degree that ono cannot but feel edified and capable of forming correct Such a paper conclusions therefrom. s, Twenty mllct the Shortett to Making direct connedi n in Central Union de pot for Chicago. St I.oiik, Michigan I'ointt, (lu(fa)o, Cleveland. Detroit, llidlanapolli and the Weit, Canada, New England, W'aahlngtun, OTNOICNNATI, Now York, tjuickeit Richmond, lime to IIOHtOIl, I'blUdclphla, Harrodtburg, Frankfort, Ky VIKC.IMA Shortest and Haltimnre, NjEW SESANB, Solid Traint, bRgag cara, tmoVlnicctr ana coaihct, l'ullman llouik-i-r Sleeper, through without change via Chatian oga, llirmli.gh.m, Merid itn makitia; direct lonneillon en route for Knox, vide, Athevdle, Lynchburicand oinit In the Houtton, Auttin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The onlv through line lo Jackton and Vitktburg, Mitt. , ShrevtK4t La., making direct connection without omnihut trantfer for Dallas Fort Worth, Auttin San Antoma, El I 'a to and point tin TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. Tor through rate correct county matit and lull inform. lion call on Agent at Junction uiiv, Ky. rilANK V WOOI.LEY. oraddreat Trav Pat. Aul , I.evingtou, Kt. D O EDWARDS. CC hARVKV G P AT A., At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Cotumbut, Wilming inn, Charle.tnn, Augu.ta, Macon, Savannah, llruniwick. Lake City, l homatville and FLORIDA jio.iiia. The only line running tolid trains with choice Pullman floudoir or Palace Sleeping Carl to Jack. tonvllle wtihout change lor any clan of patten- gen or baggage. Selma and Montgomery, llunttville, Decatur, Florence, Mcinphitand ARKANSAS point. Shortett and uuukeit to Ann.tlon Selma. Mo. bile U.irct connection, made at NKW ORLEANS without omnlbut trantfer for (ialveiton rAusm.raAS9 mag-poe- should bo in every household. Sample ropics can bo obtained by addressing the publishers, nt Cincinnati, O. fflH5 i Ir. Clmlrnall O - J". DHL SULTOIsT DILLIONS SWITCH, KY. Dealer In run-lin- e Dry Goods, Notionn, Hats, Oaps lloolt, Shoe., Clothing, Hardware, ware, Tinware, Furniture and Newpoit New. A Mi.iinipnl Valley Co.'E D, Solid Vrellbuled Tralnt to OLD KY. ROUTE Bnltlmoro, Now York, TSillT Vc-- i Qtje.nt. a Washington, Philadelphia o noco-initrin!- Conoral Lino of Crocorlos, All pt ktndt whlto-llppo- Fancy CanJiei, Croat Tie., Ac. of Produce taken in eichange for I'o.loff.te, Living. ten, Ky. All point Kail and Southern. Only one night out Irom LeimKton, Corrected Tim Card In Effect an it, J STATIONS. Lve Slanloid. 11 d Ml. d Dentist. i, NEWCOMB Thitold and log itt fine reputation. well-knoSj-tl- HOTEL. MT. VKRNON, KY. llotwl'ia it'll! maintain Chargei r.aionable. Special attention to the traveling public. M. ! NEYVCOMll, Prop., . kit. Vernon, Ky, eJ prl-nmrl- ly ' my o FOB. RENT. Hunllngtan . .. ll 07 pm j e Lve. HumingiMi...... It ju am Arr Ch.rletlon l ji ar Clifton Forge. 7 1 M.ynehburg. .. II 45 am l.eaington. .. 6 lo pin 11 oo pm i Wlncheiter......... " K. U. Junction. 7 " Mt Mvilmg. . 7 ) Pm 1 " Morehead I 9 pra Olive Hill ?.... 3 ' Athtand. 10 jo pm J ... ... Ktpre.c Ei. Sun. Ci Sua it ll n'n J 7 m it ji n'n 40 am IS pm YZ7Mi Dadv nnr cornDaily - j jo pra 6 40 pra 7 " " Catletltburg. o 4 pm pm 4J pin Si I'm U pi" is topta 9 ti pet $opm s pu. Johnson tall.-factor- y Having leated the Mentlre Stable, I now offer NKv STAIII K on I anca.icr .tree! for rent. It ha. ten large llo Slalli and it the veiy hot place in the county for a Jack and Hone ttand ler the coming .ea.on A large inieiii at the door. Call on or addicts JA 1 NINNKLLKY. Stanford ;; If " Philadelphia, " New York ' pm K. "Charlotte.ville Wa.hington ' Halltmere ... 10 a ... . Richmond. Va. OldPolnlComfort Norfolk $1 pm 6 is pm 9 to pm 1 40 pin jo am js pm e Huck-leu- '. nut-ninl- riuevUlc, Kentucky. -- Limited Veitibule Ki from NewVck.f'hllaJel. thia. Wathingtenaad "1 all pmnt. fUtl, arrive, at AND FEED LIVERY, SALE STABLE, daily Stanford 11 57 p m. at 4 47 l ra.t mail from Richmond, Va., and all point eatt, Huntington, W. Va, and all local italiont arSTANFORD, KY. rive! Lexington at 11 40 noon daily etcept Sunday Stanford ll j; pm SPECIAL ATrENITON lo COMMERCIAL Accommodation Iron Olivelldl andinltrmedlate traveler, lionet and mulei bought and told t'Ointi. Richmond, Ky., and poloten the K. C, Ity arnvetat Letinglon to, am, daily, ex Only hrt-lhortetaud vchUlct uied m livery. cept Sunday Stanford t jo p m tire llcV.tt read read via N. N. A-- M lV Uy., U D S - H. MORSE G P'A . Cincinnati, O. ai I. M. I1KUCE, ter for Richmond, Ky and Train, leaving Lctingion at 11.40 am amT j jo dally, etcent Sunday cennect at Wir cheajHwnt on the K C R POSTED. Thtt notice forewarn! hunters, fithermeo ana other not lo tre.pati en our land witheut per inuaion, at all auvh will be pioe;uted lo the full etl extent of ihe taw. Signed: Mr. SAMKUKD IRWIN, JOHN G LYNN, Mra ALICE TICKER. JUS.IIAI.LUU. Vv A HAMILTON THUS C HAM, I S rlllllllM C RKYNOIDS Mr. ALICE J IIAl't.HMAN. J. L HKCK. k. ILCtmi'tr!. VM.WAKK W A COKrhY Mrs M A MAR TIN. KOHKIU HARNETT J t ItKl CK, n. W GAINES. I. II. MeKINNKY, Kentucky CentralR.R. Tho Shortest and Quickest Route from i. well-know- n "JIL.UJC GHiVSS ItOUTJC pro-ducl- ng - g Control Kentucky to all potnta North, Enst, Weeit nnd South-Won- t. Fast Llnobotwoon Loxlnp;ton and Olncln-nntSCHEDCLEIN EFFECT NOV No. J. No. l'il "'r ot W I" URIMFS v. ,, ,1, Ex Sun. South-Houn- No 6. wmfoll-Mel- Ex. Sun. ' Daily THE . "extracts. nJty - Stanford. f ve Ki hniond Arr Ileiea .. Arr I itinglon . Arr Arr Air Arr Lve Lve Lve Arr Arr Lve Cincinnati . Coring too. Falmouth... Winchester. Richmond. .. . . I'artt Livtugtion. Pant pin' 1 jo p m e oa p m, 1 36 P m a m 9 16 p m, J J pra it 11 IS a mho j p m 5 1 P ta a 10 P mi 1 ki p in 6 to p rn 11 17 a m 5 J' ra 6 ic it 10 p m t, I 10 IS 1 ! t a a mj Ira Lancaticr.. 33 p m i p m a ia p ra J oj p m p m 7 to j pit duc-'ior- Ncilh Hound. No. No. 1. I 'e.J. n. nu-- t ftty nt. (3 do-visi- un-- l l d.t-e.r- " The BEST FLOUR aennt CREAM the e, weak-emn- p I.vc I.tvingtton.. S 00 a m Lve llerea .... 10 15 a m Arr Richmond.... 11 45 am Stanford I.ve 7 00 a m I.ve I.ancatter ... 7 3 a in 2-Arr Richmond 10 IS a m Lve Richmond. I 05 p m 6 10 , .. Arr W inchctlcr. m, i P m 7 15 .. Arr Pant JJL P.f Lve Lexiugton .. a 00 p in 7 00 a rn j 4$"pa Lve Parit 1 O pm 7 St rn, 4 5 p rn I.ve Falmouth... Havirc reraovev' my lUr er Shop to the C'e-111 p ra 918 am s 3 p tn Arr Covington . $ 40 p m IQ 11 am A 91 n .. r T etc aaw;C)l at gfjliftren in anythmK liicy may Arr Cincinnati J SO p m r jo a mi 045pm 110 a o watted nn with in my tine I hi. ren till Onthe.MavtvilleHranch,Noo,leavei Pam at am ..... tlvCl TiinMi;n 7SS, am and.Nn. ,,, ,t 517, p m, arriving at It tel. v raT.er. i Mayarill. at 10 10, a ra. pm. No 10 leave May.vdle at , , m, 7 ss, at jio.ara Na.ii leave Maytville atat Pan. and o arrive at Pam at 4 ,o,,p m. Thee train are i daily except Sundar. No 1 runt daily Irem Lemr.on to Cincinnati. .iv w am, imvci ram 10 is am. except Sundar 'WW-VW-KXWVi Na llMxeaCincinc.au Jiopm;amveFalmonU -j)jlocituu I Chmtoti'S" 70. pm: except Sundav. 1 ....,. am.. n .... JOm -- . wm -- ifttnirar, Mnm Leaving boih Daily, Secure 10 1 ......,v. g A NEW FAST MAIL Traveler, FLOUR For rr No.7leavetKaIoath ftow; arntet Ciaaa-na- ti 75$ am; except Sunday. Train Note -- No j rust daily except Sunday, between Lexin.i and Ciccinnati. Sunday only, njakirgiM fecal .top. No 11, una No a rune daily wer l, ei.l rtia LOUISVILLE & CINOINNATl darietlfvi1'!1"0,6 "tnm D"-,S"hMe! jSr.d.rn Ctacianati and Lciistton h s-- Accomm,- d ' THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever made Roller et . lrs use Don't you want Flour Bread and a happy olss ij between the great commercial citietoo theOktoKivtr and Cfcicafo. and hence the fatten time and mon ccnforuNe traint "" aU(c4ntiR the Soutli, or ta the AVett lie! The counterpart f Ihu train on all Northwctu For faH parucnlar addrea any ageat of tie Co. trunk tiaet it denoaiaatrd The Limited Etprctt, The tupcr? roiling nock wc etaploy giTca pairoat Unlimited Comtoil S. F. B. MORiE, Gexl tiwft Aft. it Say MMion, get Moaoo and ttick yon want to tare money and hate a pleaiaa.JWM H.K. HUNTINGTON. ney. FortuUlnfonaailon, lime card, aapt, folderi, GENERAL OFFICES-Ciaabero- J etc, call e -or addreti r T 1 I .:.?!.. tr Cotatnerte BniUi. CuicawutLo. JAS, 'BARKER'. G. P. .C. Ckwag,!L Nctc Doablt dajy M Seu&tj rw, 8. cKUbt.Ki, Afu.Uitari, betw eea Cincixaua attearled Note: -- Train No.i aadFalrnoutk Accoramoda-Jobr.t- 7 "w 4ti s D'J.ea 4ti,fcclcvr Not. t and 6 cake connection at lor point ea the N N V Ry ",":, A-- ei Sfcfesft.ri "rs x'-o- n, .- -- u" jfetiUlwteaemtiaak.