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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890122301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ;"rasT(jsi jrjiy7SSui!f!T ""' -- y M.-- pr "tf ' -- rT Semi-Weekl- y vol. xviii. Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 23. 4890. NO. 85 Sr NOW is the Time to Buy Your Holiday Presents in Watches, Cloeks, OTEJ-WEiljIR- Clocks $3, worth $5; Clocks at S2.50, worth $4. Watches wortli $100 at $70; worth S30 at S20, offering everything in my stock of Jewelry at cost for CASH only. Look at the prices: worth $20 at JS i., worth Si 5 at $10. I). W. Raymond's movement?, gilt, $5 17. 50; Nickel, S20. Hampden Railway movement at$i8.75. Seven Jewel movements, S5 to $6. 25. Everything else in proportion. I have the hirgcst stock ever brought to Stanford and have lately opened a large stock of ncv goods bought especially for the Holiday trade. Buy now while you have a large. stock to select from. Come and examine my stock and prices but bring the money with you as the sale is POSITIVELY for cash. OSi SILYBBWA-RB- . y 2fI am .A.. JEt. IPEliTICNry.. If You ooksngforSensioSejp Desirable USEFUL ARTICLES THAT MAKE PLEASING CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, 60 to The Cash Bargain The Entire Stock. If you don't know what to buy, look over this list; perhaps it may thing'. sug-g-es- t ore, some- Opposite Portman House, Stanford. You'll not be disappointed. Plenty of goods and Colored Cashmere or Henrietta Dress Pattern, wool fill, 25c per yard; all wool Tricot in colors, 25c per yard; 10 yards best Indigo Blue Calico for 50c; 2,000 yards of Standard Prints 4c per yard; nice warm Woolen Shawls $1, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.25; 100 black Fur Muffs 50 each; Linen Table Covers with Napkins to match $1, $2 and $2.50; 200 different patterns in Silk Mufflers 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 and $2 each. The Grandest Display in Silk Handkerchiefs ever brought to Stanford; prices to suit all, from 25c to $2.50. Ladies' Rubber Circulars $1 and $1.25 each. The Big Double Store-Roo- m Will Bo Full of Bargains to Suit All in Dry Ms, lotions, Boots, Shoes J Hats, Caps, Clothing, Trunks, Valises, Groceries, &c. The only place in Stanford you can exchange your Produce for goods. Bring your Eggs along and get 22c per dozen. Five dozen Eggs will buy a pair of Lady's Kid Button Shoes worth $1.75. 95c, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, Call to see the line of Satteen Comforts, $1.75, $2 and $2.25. Blankets 10-$2.50 and $2.90 per pair. 300 Lady's Ribbed Jersey fitting Vests only 20c each. Thirteen pounds Standard Granulated Sugar $1. Arbuckle Coffee 25c; 4 lbs. Soda for 25c; 14 pounds light Brown Sugar for $1. This GREAT CLEARANCE SALE will continue for a few weeks only. Do not delay, but come early, before the rush. You can not mistake the place; follow the crowd; Big jJouDie Joom opposite roruman iouse, aniora, jy. 4, JOE S. JONES. NEWCOMB , CRAP ORCHARD. Cliristinns troo nt the Bnptiat church Christians ove. I will oiler my Roods for Bale nt cost the next 10 ilny. .Mrs. 11. h. Ste- for .Kur- - Mr. W. T. Abraham guvo a dance to the holloa and beaux of 0. 0. and vicinity. They report a Klorious time. -- Silcr iVt Davia bounlit of H. U. Collier 0 hogs, averaging 3110 pounds nt 3J cents mid of J. 11. Tucker 14 hogs aver- aging 1111 Mr. Curtis (lover wishes to say that ho is not rimniiifr the bnrroom as was Btated last week, but that ho was rented it to Mr. George Lee. Dr. Zoller killed hogs the other day nnd put the meat out at night to cool, when a clover negro caino along and relieved him of a side ami a couplo of at:!. shoulders. A discussion arose tho other day as to which waB tho best shot, Simon Mngee, alias "Hump," so it was put to tho test and Simon won tho day. Dr. Doores is feeling rather sore over it. "Hump" is no longer tho crack shot. Tho 0. 0. Dramatic Society will produce tho popular drama, "Hidden Hand," on Tuesday night, Dec. SO, the proceeds of which will be used for tho purpose of lighting the streets of 0. 0. Those whoaro Interested luj the welfare bring of 0. O. aro expected to como nnd will never ns many as they can. regret it. Mr. W. F. Kennedy has packed and Itussell-villchipped his household goods to where ho and his family will go Gorm-loyorJo- o Y-oe, about tho first of tho year. His family is spending tho week with his daughter, Mrs. Jennie Williams, of Mt. Vernon. Wo aro very sorry to give them up nnd Miss Nannie will bo greatly missed in the social circles. Mr. W. K. Buchan an left last week for Middlesboio, where he will keep n boarding house. If he will niako as good nnd clever a landlord as he is a gentleman ho will surely succeed. MrB. J. U. Hniloy and daughter, MissKvu, aro suileriiig intensely with la grippo and so is Mr. J. T. Chadwick. Johnnie and Ilallio Kdmiston, of Kirks-ville- , are spending tho holidays with their father, Mr. D. li. IMiniston. Misses Mnggio & Suo Martin, of Imcaster, are the guests of Miss Nellie Yantis. Messrs. JUchard and Sam Campbell, of White's Station and Lexington, were hero Sunday to sue relatives. Mr. Russell Dillion was down in tho vicinity of 0. 0. to see his best girl Sunday. Mr. It. Lo. Davis was down at llee Lick Inst week prospecting for a (school. Mr. Owsley Kvmis and son, of Danville, are tho guesta of Mrs. J. H. Hutchings this week. Miss Leah Steger, w ho has been attending Bchool at Georgetown, has Mr. come homo to spend Christmas. and Miss Will Brooks, of Buylesa Bros., Alma Miller, of Winfleld, Kas., aro here hero to spend thu "holidays with his mother. Charley Singleton, who has been at Kirksvillo at school, is homo to Mr. Joe Pleasants Bpond Christmas. has moved into the Ottenheimer houe, which he lately bought of tho Lincoln Littlo Land and Improvement Co. Todd Martin, of Huntaville, Ala., left last week for Ids home, accompanied as far as Louisville by Mrs. Mollio Collier and Miss Eflio Holmes. Ho was a general pet of the town and will be missed, Messrs. Bruco and Hutchings, of aro up on a hunt and aro stopping with Mr. J. H. HutchitiKS. Mr. Alex Beazlcy has bought Dr. Seller's interest in tho drug store of l'ettus & Zeller. They will invoice just after Christmas. Mr. Beazley has also rented tho properJames, on depot street, ty of J. which is now occupied by Dr. Zeller. Sam Ho'iinan has moved from tho Ottenheimer property into the house with Mrs. Clara Singleton. Dan-villo, Logans Creek and Dix River; J. W. Adams has bought ia the hut two weeks a number of hogs at 3.40 to P. S. W. Robinson delivered last week to John Logan a No. 1 lot of cattle at a very handsome price. J. W. Gaines purchased of L. Y. Leavell, of Garrard, GO extra nice ewes at $4.75 to $5.00 a head. Miss Lida Ed- mistou, of Crab Orchard, has been visit ing her brother, Walter Kdmiston. Mrs, James A. Dtidderar, nee Mits Lear, is spending a week with her parents in Upper Garrard. Miss Cora Broaddus, after a brief visit to Miss Malisso. Adams, has returned to her homo in Richmond. A party consisting of about L'o couples, all of whom wore white caps, stormed Mr. Henry Traylor a few nights ago and heartily enjoyed themselves until irlntu hour. Mies Mary Vanoy, of the Shelby City neighborhood, visited friends hen. Miss Lydia Rice has been visiting relatives in Danville. Air. Bu-- Uallagl er, of Harrudhhuri.', was in our neigliln r hood Sunday. Hog killing tinix in m w nf our fnnm-rat hand. put in time killing Uht Wodnrsday mid llmr day. M re. .1. A. Hilton is cuuvnlefciiig of mulurixl from a nevi-rr t Miss Pnttin Gnocli the latter part of last week Miin Wins M.tmin Lynn. Corn is advancing here; is wortli in the field what w Aero delivering at u few days ago, $2.25 per barr3.50. I o HOTEL. Tuffs Pi ajo Ono box of thene pills doctor' blll. Tuey dollars inpropurcil as m specially MT. VERNON, KY. Thu old and Ilotcli (till maintain ins its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Sp cial attention to the traveling public. At. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., Mt. Vernon, Ky. well-knoS3-t- l. , SAVES JMEONEY. many will Family Medicine, They SOLD EVJSiHTWliEEE. re THECQMMERCIEL EQTEL J. B. OWENS, Manager, j r ami supplies a want Ions; felt. more imlioultiiy accumulations froia body.Mltliout uaimeu or griping. tho Adopted to you nir nnd old. Pries, 23c. Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. HUSTONVILLE. I have taken charge et this popular hotl and intend to run it in afirst.class manner in ecry respect It is heme papered and painted from top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and ever) thing done U make it pleasant and comfortable Tor guests. Thetable shall never be surpassed by hotels in this section. J I). OWENS. m Elegant New Holiday Stock. A complete assortment; any quantity of suitable gifts for old and young. Our display is wortli your inspection. Don't wait until tho last, but come at once and seo our complete lino of diamonds, jewelry, watches, clocks, silverware, novelties, Ac. Weatherford it Cook. Elmer Starkey and Henry Popp, Ohio murderers, were artistically worked otl' at Columbus Friday morning and four Indians paid the death penalty at Missoula, Mont. Jumes Ilannon, of Peoria, III., while showing a puity how to kill a chicken, broke the neck of Patrick Lyons, a man of GO years of age, by a simple twist of the wrist. Col. Corbin, Gen. Miles' chief of stall, says that tho Indian trouble is about elided; that there were only about 700 hostiles, and that Gen. Miles would soon bring matters to an issue. ' BBB IST Kjf&t? ml!. SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUGHS COLDS Wasting Disaases Many liavo gained ono pouuet per tiny by its uso. Scott's Emulsion is not a secret romedy. It contains tho stimulating properties of tho Hypophos-- E bites and puro Norwegian Cod Ivor Oil, tbo potency of both being largely increased. It is usod by Physicians all over tho world. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold hi all Dniflijlstn. SCOTT AOOWNE.ChamlsU.N.Y. SCPTTS CONSUMPTION .. Wonderful Flesh Producer. km-I- I fi-- v Hpt-n- 1 - uBBnflVclHBBBBBBBBMSBttSBSMLSBW " I By a ilericion of the mini at New York Mr. Lily W Churchill, the Durli ess of Marlb'iri wi, U granted a furtlni allowance of U),IHM fro n i i income of the eMate of h.-- Lite liiinluml, Louis V Hamersley. r Having removed my Darbcr Shop to the Com murcial Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate ladies as well as geutlemcn in anything they may wish in my line. Children also watted on. Call JESSE THOMPSON, nnie. InComracrcial Hotel. & --- !. .is-.rin.i- i tF;vJr" VJtJ m -- 'WW?Pr' W &f H r tr Li hunc at Columbus. 0.. Thursday nicht. bo suffering with consumption nnd has was granted another reprieve by the gov decided to visit Dr. Koch. A wreck on tho L. it N near Mem ernor, making tho Boventh. Gov. Camp, Stanford, Ky., Uccemiikr 23, 1890 bell seems to thiuk that tho entiro re- phis Junction resulted in the death of sponsibility of an execution icsts on Fireman West and fatal injuries to other him, when it does not. lie had much trainmen. IP. WALTON. W. There are 30.0C0 pension attorneys better let the verdicts of tho courts bo earned out, without so much effort to in the United States and their profits ag- Tuk delegates to the Inter- - screen murderers from tho penalty they gregato over $2,000,000 per year. They I - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Isaac Smith, who was to have been Amalie Rives, tho novelist, is said to iHk "Tp"-4- j -- , Tf jWf' VffF "1K""iyr" WiKMMflb BARGAIN OFFERINGS. Come . Statu Immigration N. Convention nt Ashc-vill- e, C, nro returning home n cl-a- rly ery l U 1 .! 1 t r Tho Ergonian Society, of Garrard College, held an interesting open session Friday afternoon. A crowd of young folks stormed the Misses Anderson, on the Lexington pike, to ohoose Positivelast night. They report an excellent $400,000. to Wo have no navy to speak of but tho time. A to ChristA crowd of youiii; bloods were out estimates for its maintenance call for a, serenading (7) last Friday night. The $31, 500,000. Goods, Mattie D. Todd has been appointed weapons used were a b.v drum, cornet offered, Thk member of the con. con. from and a fiddle. evipostmaster at Cyuthiaua and J. J. Irvine Hancock county, G. D. Chambers, is Goods n Garrard College closed Friday dently notof that grave and reverend at Bardstown. on, (foods low for the holidays. The school opens The excitement consequent to a class that constitution makers are supwe posed to be made of. En route home hanging caused Sheriff Webb to drop ngain January (th, thus giving the stugoods to cy dents two weeks' vacation. from Frankfort he got gloriously drunk dead at Sherborne, Que. a, 7ie.vt Give It seems thai the dramatic troupe see nt Louisville and fell in tho hands of the The steamer Lahn, from Bremen, arwhich was oiganized here not long sincef ice Philistines, otherwise the police. He rived in Xew York bringing 51.301 has fallen through. Good liord deliver was painting the town red and making pounds of gold bars and coin. ! night hideous when they ran him in and John Craig, who killed his wife some us from a "home talent" show J'Luslt. be Logun & Brewer are clomngout their he languished all night in jail. Mext time ago iu Ciucipnati, has been sentenstock at auction. Mr. Logan will locato day he was let off with the nominal fine ced to be hanged April 3, 181)1. got of $5, but instead of going home ho From IS inches to three feet of snow permanently at Mlddlesboro, while Mr. to kill the fell in the mountains of Western Ponn- - Rrower intends traveling for a largo on another tear, threatened clothing house. police, sue the town and maim the svlvanm nml did irt'iit dnnui"t' Mks .Mamie Curny has issued in judge, so he was again put in the cooler. One man was killed and four woro Main Street, Stanford, Ky, M. Mr. Chambers ought to resign his office injured in a collision on the Colorado vitations to horyoung friends to meet Misses Hrtgan and Crutcher, of Richand go off and hang himself. Midland road, near Cardiff, Col. Sam Harrison, a farmer, stabbed the mond, and Taylor, of Cincinnati, Thurs-- v A "T" jp n or interest. N'ow it takes more money t i Ovki: a thousand guests attended the town Marshal of Hardinsburg to death day evening ot S o'clock. to pay $.0.000 Tho trustees have passed a special celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Henry when he attempted to arreht him. purcbnLV woulVlike ni'l LL JL 000. The last X, silver wedding Saturday evenWashington, with 500 hales ordinance ngaiiwt firing torpwloes, tiro Lake ing, while all day long telegrams of con- of cotton, burned in Ouachita, Ixiss crackers, Ac, in thu town limits. Th eminent aid. Iff lina infttttiul titnl thtnlfa ' gratulations poured in from all parts of on boat and cargo $33,000. x.o lives lino is from $1 to $10 for each oPense, so the government should also intlate nnd WE WILL RKTIRK FROM THK MERCANTILE BUSINESS tho small boy's fun is nipped in the should in financial legislation proceed the country. The presents were very lost. What do you him. i pari pnm with in Stanford, nnd now extend to our friends nnd jntrotu our kindest costly and filled an entiro room. From bud. By tho derailment of a p.issenjfo Snenk thieves are getting in their think? Is it thu duty of the government the Hon. Harvey Wattorson, tho father, train on tho lino, near thnnki for their patronage, which has been highly appreciated. to Henry, the child of Mr. Watteison'a Quebec, 5 persons were killed and many work on thn hen roosts, coal pllns, Ac- to take the plant of all thaso various i talk-- ! kinds of BiwuUliou we have son, Mr. Ewing Watterbou, there were badly injured. of our citizens Iineaster is overrun Our books will be found at the old stnnd nnd we ask a prompt remitIng of? You ask in If there in no reme-d- ; four generations of the family iu tho McUhees & Co., of Rome, Ga., with trilling galoots that lay around all it the Inevitable I answer vts, thire tance from those who are indebted to us. Very respectfully, house. The occasion was ono of much wholesale grocers and cotton factors, summer and steal all v inter. Shoot roinody of liquiaVitlon, Hint is. these pleasure to all who attended and was have assigned. Liabilities $150,000, as- 'em I greatly enjoyed by the distinguished sets about same. mo memis oi me ivuigins oi speculators who uewl uumey to jiy obligations gi vtm lor uciuinns vai-couple, who felt proud of the further evFourteen cars on the Louisville, New- Pythias of this place, who attended the tnew are simply bankrupt, that is all; tlmt idences of esteem in which they aro held Orleans & Texas railroad, loaded with 700 ceremonies at your town Friday night, us whirh nt their, from one end of this great country to the bales of cotton, were destroyed by fire at are loud in their praises of tho treat- is !f they hnv mil value euiinl their obligations. That other. ment they received, and are unanimous Burns Station, La. process of liquidation is going on in variThe steamer Majestic, which arrived in sayiug that they never had a better S. A. KfiAN, a Ctiicago banker, who ous places. Railway shares, and certifiin New York Friday from Liverpool, time. did business according to his advertisecates generally are being sold ami city Mr. Jacob Joseph has commenced D4 'cr I .... brought iu gold iroui Loudon ment, "on strictly Christian principles, packing up his stock of goods preparato- lots hi many places are being offered for for New York Bankers. nnd in conformity to the teachings of the a Ions to the holder." GROCERIES AjNtJ) Succi ended his fast of 45 days at' ry to moving to Bowling Green. Inn- - sale at Bible," has failed and an investigation n more honest, straightNew York Saturday night. He fell off oaster never had Between the ladies of the "Kentucky ain8svfu.ro, Tinwn.ro, &o. Bhons a very rotten state of affairs and a 42$ pounds and looked more like n forward citizen than Mr. Joseph and it is Kqual Rights Association" and the prosystematic swindling of depositors, most Has on hand a fresh supply of canned goods of every description, with deep regret that we give him up. hibitionists, tho members of the con. All business corpse than a living man. of whom are poor people. gam He has the best wishes of the entire con. are having a hard time. The ladies maccaroni, beans, prunes and in fact everything found in fa first-clasRaiding has been pronounced should le conducted on Christian prinbling by a St. Louis judge, in a suit community for success in his new field. demand a recognition of women in the grocery. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, ciples, but it is best to beware of the man Miss Lettie Brown, of Lexington, is constitution; but as this is pnwuned to against a raliler for a horse won, and who advertises that lie will manage his raisins, Ac, in great variety. Give my Nudavcne, something new, Mrs. Beazley. visiting her refer especially to the right of suffrage, in that way. He is a wolf that has don- judgment was accordingly denied. Miss Pattie Beazley, who is attending the probabilities are that this will be de- a trial. Mrs. Sallie Bowman got a verdict of ned clothing especially fitted to make & N, nt Lebanon, school at Georgetown, is at home for the nted. Why ladies should desire to enhis access in the Bheepfold easy and un- $2,000 against the L. Miss Ellen Owsley, of the for damages sustained by tier horse tak- holidays. ter tho dirty field of politics is a question expected. Louisville High School, is spending not easily answered. The fact is, the ing fright at a train near a crossing. A posse is in pursuit of Tom Ar Christmas with her parents, Judge and bettor element of our male population is The resignation of Mr. W. B. Halde-ma- n from the State Central Committee nold, a negro miner, who Sunday si ot Mrs. M. II. Owsley. Her friend, .Miss beginning to show a'.rcontempt, not to IS- is to be regretted. He is a splendid or- and killed James Russell and fatally Chastine McGregor, of Louisville, in with siy disgust, for the disreputable, dishon ganizer and a born politician. His efforts wounded William Brown, at Bessemer, her. Miss Love Wherrltt. of Covington, est and unprincipled manner in which is visiting Miss Bessh, Wherritt. Miss our elections are held in every portion for the party at large and iu Louisville Ala. p irticularly, were put forth with an enThe snow storm was so heavy along Maud Waits, of Georgetown, is visiting of the country. Men of Respectability ergy and determination that wrought the lino of tho C. & O. that the F. F. V. Miss Pattie Beazley. Sam Harris has with proper views as to the proprietieH , the most gratifying results. Mr. liable-ma- was 25 hours late in reaching Cincinnati been to Cincinnati. He has about clos- of life, are loth to enter the field of and all other trains svero proportionately ed out his stock of groceries and will go wheis editor of the Weekly knowing as they do the degradation "on the road" for a Louisville firm the attached to its methods, if Miccess is evthe paper with the largest delayed. I OFl'ER MY KNURL 'KK'K. Ol Campbell, of the Northern 1st of January. pressure Rev. J. S. circulation in the south, gives er attained. It seems that the conven Mr. R. K. Hughes, business mating-o- f of other business as the cause of his res- Methodist church, was sentenced to tion itself, or the bulk of its numihership the Record, entertained a number of is impressed witli the idea that it must ignation. three years at Columbus, I ml., for procuring a criminal operation on a young his young gentlemen friends at his home frame a complete system of laws, coveron Richmond street Thursday evening, ing every conceivable .object, leaving The democrats and alliance members lady he had seduced. date. nothing subject to legislation or to the of the South Dakota legislature have It is thought that Congress will take he being 21 years of age on thatup iu changes combined on a democrat for the U. S. no formal recess during the Christmas A sumptuous repast was Borved that may render a different Senate, which insures his election, as holidays, as the Senate republicans have elegant style by Mm. M. I). Hughes and course of procedure necessary from time the combination controls tho body by a refused to agree to one. The House will at the conclusion of the feast a handsome to time. The fewer the laws the more gold watch was presented ;to tho young majority of eight. Thus do the people not have a quorum. certainly will they be enforced. A congentleman by his parents and a splendid triumph in spite of the bosses, who had James'Rout and Clifton Scearcy, of stitution ought to he short and to the ordained that the State should furnish Lawrenceburg, blew out tho g.is and gold chain by 21 young gentlemen friends point; simple in all of its details and that another republican to help do the dirty went to bed. at ths Enterprise Hotel, at who were present at the entertainment. can be easily understood. This is suffi' were made by cient. work that they have laid out. Louisville. Next morning Rout was The presentation speeches Messrs. Marrs and Nichols, of the RecScearcy cannot recover. Hon. J. Proctor Knott, thedistinguish-e- d My stock is the Newest and Best in Town. By COST I mean COST. The bloody shirt was waved with a found dead and In a row at a gaming table near ord, and were responded to by the young delegate to tho con. con. from Marion, reckless vengeance in the Semite Saturfew well chosBramwell, W. Va., Joseph Burdick shot gentleman in person in a has been, in days tlint are past, a poet of day, when Spooner, Ingalls nntl Ed woundedjtlveof his compan- en and appropriate remarks. Robert has no ordinary pretensions. It seems that ' munds relieved themselves of venom by nud fatally of friends in Lancaster, who will ; A mob stood Burdick's body a hdst once upon a time be made a bet with column. Well, there is ono consola- ions. the reagainst a tree and riddled it with bul. watch his career with interest and some friends that any true poet could tion, Ingalls, at least, will have but a few joice at his success. grind out poetry on short notice when GO TO more cliances to deliver himself of such lets. Gov. Buckner has issued a proclaIt is said that the best of men are of- called upon, nnd that this could bo done phillipics in the Sei.ate of tho United mation ordering that an election be held States. His official days are numbered. in Ohio county within the next 10 days ten wrecked by the irresistablo power of upon "a cold collar" and needed no incircumstances, while men of medium spiration whatever. To determine the of tho lato Henry Stanley's lecture at Louisville was a to name the successor constitutional con- ability aro lifted high by the suno pow- matter he mounted his Pegasus and 1). McIIenry in the er. Imprudence overrides modesty and wrotoa poem of three stanzas, which Instead of most disappointing affair. vention. genuine worth is made to seek shelter in has been recently given to the public in telling about his African explorations he The Paris straugler, Eyrnud, has tho rear, while empty pretense and vain- the columns of theCourier-Joutnal- . The devoted nearly tho entire time to nbus been sentenced to the guillotine and his glorious bluster have charge of the field. poet asks his darling to "be near him in Endn Pasha, for whom his seems to ing accomplice, Mile. Goinpard, to 20 years' It is one thing, however, to assume dis- liis last sad hour" nud to "kneel by his entertain a holy hatred. Those who imprisonment. The convictions were tinction and another to deserve it, and couch when the icy touch of Death has paid S2 a eeat aro consequently kicking secured mainly on the woman's hypotiz-e- d while brass is sometimes mistaken for made his heart grow cold." There is a His stock is large and complete. He has an elegant line ol themselves for giving up their good confession. gold, the logic of events will ultimately coolness in tho subject as well as tho money. Mrs. Jebsie Higbee, of Meade coun detect the spurious and place it in if manner of its trcatnient'that would proaccumulates that Sitting ty, is charged with the poisoning of her true light. Tub evidence duce a chilly sensation at any season of examination Bull, his son and others were murdered 4 children. A year; and if a "cold collar," and tho Mr. Henry Strong, of Washington, D. the at their homes without excuse and with and analysis of the stommachs of two of "icy touch of death" would fail to cause inflation of values is out resistance. Tho highly sensational her little victims showed their deaths to 0., says that the cause of the h.at t of the poet to "grow cold" it the general nnd have been caused by arsenic. She is newspaper reports of Indiau battles in would certainly bo best to let him "go the financial trouble. That the ruinous to be insane. which many of the lied men bit tho dust to death's dark realm alone," in accorThe Chicago Times lias been collect- speculation at home is nt tho bottom of dance with his wishes as expressed in aro also said to be purely imaginary. ing editorial opinions of presidential tho monetary upheaval. In a protracted the last line of the poem. He certainly language: "A The official canvass of the vote in Tex- probabilities in 1892 in 45 States and Ter- interview ho uses this selected a very melancholy subject upon lOtl mimed few years ago a piece of ground sold for 183,85L majority. ritories; of those quoted as gives tho democrats for $15,000; still later which to experiment in determining his .. A republican seems to stand no more Cleveland and 12 Hill as the democratic say $10,000; later bet, nnd might with propriety have tak for $25,000; and later still for 50,000. chance in the Lone Star State than a nominees, and 52 named Blaine and 12 en a swifter after he got through to U e Also Oranges, Lemons, Nuts, Cocoa Nuts, Figs, Dates and the Finest The ground is the same now as when thawed out his "cold collar'1' nd th) short-tai- l bull does In ftytiine, or words Harrison as the probable republican and Purest Candies that can be bought. ' first sold, will produce no more income j icy touch of death.' to that effect. sick and disgusted set. The object of the business litis never been very defined, though the object of most of the d legates in attending does not need a They diagram to make it understood. went for the little brief importance ami on the promise of a free lunch and a royal banquet, none of which they got except perhaps the first named. The people at .Asheville didn't seem to know that they were coming and as to tho banquet they had never heard of it until the matter was broached by tho hungry delegates. Some unauthorized indi vidual seems to have extended th invitation and made tho promises, w Mch of ourou were never kept. It is all very sad indeed. are nearly all sharks. Four roustabouts mado an attack Minnesota has jufet adopted n con9ti-- t near Owensboro on tho cook of tho itioual amendment making a steamer Big Sandy, Frank Johnson, who verdict valid in criminal cases. This is opened fire on them. Win. Jackson n step forward. A majority verdict ought and Andy Glass were instantly killed to go iu all such cases. and Andy Walker and Charles Brauuon badly wounded. NEWS CUNDENSEU. live-sixt- h so richly deserve. ' O Harper's Weekly predicts that tho Forco bili will not pass tho Senate. boy has An Anna, III., 11 year-ol- d been sentenced for stealing a horse. There were 404 business failures hist week, SO more than the week previous. The Illinois Central car stiops, at Water Valley, Miss., were burned; loss, LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. and take advantage of oar Holiday Offerin gs. Big money values Christmas. Serviceable callings from even department. JPe kavot the foi . . ..-stock., the store and prices that do the business. There will be an impromptu hop at the Holmes House Friday night. GRAND ASSORTMENT nfter-uoo- when tlie nandsome 0 numberless and appropriate things in our stock from. buy your Holiday Presents here. Our low prices re yon still undecided what buy for mas? If you an; make note from our miscellaneous menu of bargains this week m our Clothing, Shoes, Boots, Dry Fauci Motions, Trunks and. Carpel Department. Recognizing tho fact that Holiday nrices are of no value out ot the Holiday season, and, that thai in great demand arc always appreciated, have cut prices on all fanare figures that will insure the sale of every article of that class in three days. us call and our entire establishment in the for sell goods cheaper than were ever offered in this town. yourselves that JJuy as many aouars wort a as possiote, as mere are only a few days left, o ly money in your pocket are the talk of the town. J'ariar bet wilt given away. THE LOUISVILLE XjLl jJX. (J (Alii 4 STORE j J. O SAZIXGlUf Manager. Wat-terson- 's Cul V J j j Intur-Coloni- al -, ( 1 - noHt HIGGINS & McKINNEY. '" SiV-'O.G- T W.' RAMSEY7 "A HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE s griunl-mothe- n, poli-ticF- Courier-Jou- rnal, W WiiML HnpW and Jewelry AT COST! A. A. ''Model Grocery" ROBT FENZEXi WARREN'S HOLIDAY GOODS. post-morte- g Cups and Saucers, Beautiful Water Sets, Toys and a Thousand and One Things in China Vas8s, Glass Baskets, SaladDishes in China, Decorated China Plates & Fruit Saucers, and Glass. can-didat- e. . x o' 1 &.& "--'' -'- "-'- ,w- - . A (inoi) Bowing machine for ijalo nt DEATHS' DOINGS. your own price. Call at the Louisville IIkjiikst canh prleo paid for hides nml Store. J. II. Claiborne, father of MrB. Gov. 1 R 14 I i Buckner died at Richmond,' Va. furs ut M. F. Klkln A Co'h. Mrs. Almirn E. Overstrcct died at Stanford, Ky., Di:ckmiick 23,1890 Tiik Christian Kndeavor will K'vo a a ;i Uoiin, totlie wife of JolinSpoonaitiore, social ? f and supper nt Owsley Hall Thurs- Mr. A. W. Montgomery's, where sho of tlio UniiKin Fork on day nllit. had made her home for several years, Saturday night, at 10 o'clock. About a B.O.WAWON, BU8.ManQROr Friday, n boy. In Men's, Ladies' and Children's. Tub pay train was out yesterday giv- year ago sho waH taken with a severe Hihcnt Hays, the colored mnn lio & N. boys somo money for caee of ia grippe, which terminated in ing tho L. shot hitiiHelf while Hutting OhriHtmas. consumption nnd which had kept her over n fenco, Tliurnday Inst, died Friday. MEANS BUSINESS. Over-streTiik Lincoln County Building A Loan confined to her bed since. Mrs. Do You Want a Diamond, or was the mother-in-laof Messrs. Association will issue a new seriea of else in the jewelry lint, nt nctual stock Jan. 1, 'Sll. A. A. Warren, Secreta- Charles Dunn, S. E. Owsley and A. W. Kvkhyiiody Invited to ctil I nt A. It. E. & W. Montgomery, nnd was a distant relative cost? If so, ko to V. II. .MrUobertV. ry. of the Into Gov. Floyd, of Virginia. Sho Cheap candy is unDanokuous. Penny's nntl examine his Block of bimuU-fiNoTitr.K. Mr. A. C. Martin writes was a strict moinber of tho Methodist healthy. Go buy tho pure, recommenthat on intr to sickness tho Cliristmas Church and during tho 08 years of her ded by physicians, from W. 1$. Mvltob-orts- . tree will not bu given nt Halls Gap life sho proved by " nml useful holiday tircnotitfl. her many good deeds church. that sho was a true christian woman. Her funeral was preached nt tho MethoTin: hotel kept by Anderson Carr PERSONAL POINTS. nnd dist church yesterday Tiik College will close caught flro on tho roof yesterday, but by Rev.T. J. God-beopen again January 1. Tho Academy after which her remains were laid Mits. V.m. Gkeu went to Louisville was extinguished before much damage In 4 Tics, Puffs and Bows, Mufflers Silk and Woolen, will also close Wednesday, but will not to rest in was done. Bufhilo Cemetery. Friday. open till January 5. V. II. Miixhii returned home Tho news of tho deatii of Mr. J. AdHon. A i.aikii: deer has been seen in tlio viSaturday, Fon Kent. Tim property now occu- dison Bosley, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. cinity of Crab Orchard and the hunters MlBK J K.S.N IK McKl.S'KKY Is visiting tilU Boslcy, which occurred at 10 o'clock Sat of that pcction have been having some pied by Dr. J. K. VnnArsdalo in StanMisses Dunn. Ky. Possession given January 1. unlay night, will be received with sadness ford, good spoit trying to capture it. ATby all who know the excellent and exHon. It. C. Waukkn spent yesterday nt Jas. T. Craig, Agent, Hustonville, Ky. Capt. Jjirry of the emplary young man. Ho hud been eick Wiikck. Howling Green. Rowland. For photograph cards nil for several months with chronic malarial Iv. C, had n car to jump tho track nt Miss Fijouknck Floiu went to Paint Lick Friday. Ho did not wait to Btyh'fl forf0 cents, 75 cents nnd SI per fever, during which ho was a great sufyesterday. dozen; best cabinets J1.50 per dozen ferer, but u most patient one, being sus ltc. J. M. Biiurunnived yesterday to get it buck on, but sido tracked nnd got during tho holidays, goto F. Cordicr. in on time. Hurrah for tho K. C. tained by a constant faith in his Redeemsec bis wife and baby. -Wo do not suppose a young mnn John W. K.N(U.kmn, of Lexington, is Watches have been selling so rapidly er. riiinTY Oi.n. Mr. It (J. Collier has in ever lived a more blameless nnd upright MniUngliirt parents here his possession a couple of silver spoons that A. R. Penny was forced to order life than Ad Bosley or one who so thor Col.. C. Ciiooki:, the Coal King of tlio thnt have been in his wife's family for more by telegram on Friday and tlioy oughly possessed mountains, was in town Friday. the respect of his comarrived Saturday. Sow is the timo to near 110 years. They were used for munity. He is the third son thnt the Mil Voods.v Hoi.dkhman, of this while by his wife's relative, Col. Whit- buy at cost. good couide has lost in a few' years nnd pi. uo, has been grunted a pt'iimoti. ley, who it is claimed, killed Tecumsoh. Tub severe storms that raged North while the hand of aflliction scents to be J i im.i: Saiki.ky spent a portion of lat I3 Receiving His week nt the l'lnuville circuit court. Wk wish ail our patrons n happy Christ- and Mist last week only gave us a slight laid heavily upon them, they have the Miss Ai.i.ii: Kmu.kman, of .luuctiou mas and a prosperous Sow Year and reminder here in a light fall of snow, consolation of knowing that they have ( ity, is veiling Minn Joe Ktigluiniiii. hope they will insure us a good attend- sirco which tlio weather has buen very but gone before to enjoy the rewards of a happier sphere. Tho burial occurred Mu J. V. Sam.kk littsbuuulit mi inter- ance during tlio remainder of our school lino and yesterday especially so. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. in Danville yesterday, altera eomioii at Hfsslon as also encourage us bv occasion est in a jrroeery Mere nt llnrrodsbnrg. Tin: city council authorizes us to say his late home. returned from a al vinils. Uespectfully, Mitres Thurmond D II. Caui'knteh that no shooting of lire crackers or other l. Mrs. Emily Shackleford, of this A. C.SINU. suroewtful busiuuss trip to Ixiwur J N. MENEFEE. and Stuart. explosives will bj allowed during the place, died at the home of her daughter, been orderAs tiik improssion bus been made on Cliristmas. The police have Mrs. John Jackson, in Indiana. Friday, Mu. KAMrut. W. Mk.s'kfuh, of GeorgeDr. J. G. Carpenter would ed to arrest all offenders, who will bo huli- - tbu publjo that of pneumonia, aged 07. Mrs. Shackeltown College, Is t home for tho only do olllee work, wo wish to state tlio subjected to tho full penalty on convic- ford wns the widow of Mr. JamesShnek-elford- , doctor wilj continue to do both olllee tion. The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. who died about L'O years ngo, leavUm Iah'isk. IIaM.ky, wlw Uhh a munlc practice, surgery mid general practice as OwiNo to the difficulty in buying bogs ing her quite u largo family, but of them nt Now l.iboriy, is nt homo for the i lass formerly. Uillco, after lilstof December, Mr. E P. Owsley has concluded to shut only three daughters SASEI, survive, Mrs. Jack- LUMBER, holidays. on Ijuionstor street 3d door above Farm-ar- s' down his pocking house for the present DOORS, son, Mrs. Hartford Veach, and Mr. Mu. Vl. Pohthii lias rtiturnwl fiom a Ikink A Trust Co., Opposite Ho says the farmers ask him John A. Allen. On receiving a dispatch (J. uml I. C Wn SWINGLES, ut least. 25LXNUS, it ti his coining, U more for tkoir hogs than thoy could get of her serious illness, Mrs. Allen, accomnt Danville. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Tiik Danville Advocate is anxious to in Ciiuinimti after paying freight on panied by Mr. Win. Dnughorty, took the Mi 4 Sitiu (ionniiT nrrivinl SumUy U early tram Friday for tho bedsidu of her xpeud tho holldsys with lierNiiunts, Mr. Utku $1,000 worth of stock in a ?J0,000 them. . WOVEN FENCE. & a delayed train prevented Opera House at that place. It will be Mt slid Mrs. T. .I. (iodb-y- . A. It. Penny is still selling watches mother, but Mi;. m Mm. Hahnktt and rituughttr, pretty hard to find Hi others who will do clocks and anything in tlio jewelry line hor arriving in timo to look once nioro We carry a full stock of everything found in a loved face in life, death liming Mih.H I'tiu, and Mi"s Annie Itnnteu jmhl the twine thing for they too well know at cost. They are selling like hot cakes on her that tho Opsra llongus in this section Tne stock is kept up, new goods nrrivtug occurred, about 1 J hour before her arusn pleaMtit cull Saturday. CX..SLSS , lio has lx'n U10 Miy littia or no dividend mid as a gener- aluitwt daily. But bear In mind that rival. The deceased was for many years M114. J A. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract u devoted member of tho Buptitt church RUt'Ht of Miss .Sabrn Hnys, loft Friday for al thiiiL' prove dwui stock to tho unfortuthey soli for cash only. Bring tho monand she wnsbUhtaiued in the dying hour for building. nate holders. SINK & MENKFKE, Stanford, Ky. licr home in bait Lake, Utah. ey with you. by a firm faith in a glorious resurrection. Mips Mai.oik Mitcuhll, of lliehmoml, Wr have It pretty straight thnt tho L. A Nitw timo table went Into elfect on The remains were brought here nnd will spend tho holiilaya with hor sister, A N. will operate tho K. C. as a main the L. A N. Sunday. Thuro is no change a short service at Mr. Allen's by Mrs. A. I'liderwooil, at Itouland. Hue from Livingston and nut on passen- in the arrival of any of tho passenger Hv. George Hunt they were followed to Mu. Jeit.M. SAU.KK.of Wnyiio nrri-- v ger trains from hero to Richmond to trains except in that of 'JO, which now the grave by the sorrowing children and I yesterday and his old friends are giml connect with the day passetiger trnins, arrives at 3:11 a. m , 10 minutes sooner. many sympathizing friends. CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. t slinke his lioiiest hnnd ng.iiti. 11 50 a. 11., and 1:1(1 r. t., The local freights piss at O.oo a. m. Mahy Awoun loft which miks at Annie and respectively. This arrangement will be north and 5:15 !'. i. south. NKW ADVKRTISKJlEVre. yesterday morning for protrnrted visit Molasses, Coffee, Tea, Honciy, Syrups, Sugar, a bit; thing for ljinenHtor and tho other Whuntly nt Amerieiis, Ga. to Miss Flora Tiik sale of tho K. C. to tho h. k S. st itious along tho line, but it will kill Meal. Salt, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Lard, Flour, MiksM'k Hoi'Tiiild grandmother, Mrs. puts a stop to all hopes of the buildingof Anderson Nuunelley's 'bus line. Wesley Itout, liave returnwl from n tho Chesapeake & Nashville for tho FARINACEOUS GOOI3S: week's visit to Mrs. J. II. Owuiir, nt SlIOCI.DKIl DlnLOCATKIl. Mr. 1 W present. In time the L. & N. or somo An election for Directors for the Farmer Hank K 'I nut (.0.. Stanford, Ky , will be litM at aid Spencer, who enme over with tlio Lan- other company may see tho importance Hank office January 7, Maccaroni, Cheese, Flavoring Extracts, Spices, ioi. S id Mihs Anoik Hai.mii'. of Stanford, has caster Knights, Friday, sullcrcd an ex- of such a route, but tho chancesof a road J h. OWSLEY, Cahir. Citron, Prunes, Figs, Raisins, Currants, returned home nflrr Hpendlng several tremely painful accident as ho was about from here through Casey and Adair to Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, Parlor and Hall Lamps, days with- Miss I'earl King. Danville to leave town. Ho missed his footing the Tennessee line are at this writing exSTOCKHOLDERS' MSETZWa. Advocate. and fell otr. the pavement new Bruce's ceedingly slim. Queensware and Tinware. Mies stable, dislocating his shoulder and othA meiting of the xockholdcrs of the National MirUi Gkiitiu'DK Howahd and Hank Hustonville will be held at their morn-in' . Kvu Hedinger leave Tiik following dispatch appeared in house 01 Hustonville the secoud Tuesday banLinc erwise hurting himself. Dr. Brouaugh Januhomos to spend was called and relieved tlio sutlerer by the Cincinnati Knquirer Sunday from ary, 1891, which is the 13th, for tho urKxe of for tliclr ro8Kctlvo electing nine Directors to servr the ensuiuc Lexington, but it U evidently an exag8j Christmas. putting the shoulder again in place. J. W. 1IOCKEK, Caihur friends here geration as tho gentleman's Mu. KmvAitn Jones, of Stanford, camo At Christmas day falls this time on have not heard of his want: "Kov. Geo. up Tuesday to visit his brother, Mr. J. for preparing O. llarnes writini: front Inverness, Scot- STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. d Thursday, our uoual day C. Jones, of Central University. and printing Friday's icsuo, wo will do land, tells a touching story of ids sutler-iiiuA meeting of the stockholders of the First Na Register. tioiat Hank will be held t their tunkir.ff house in Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass.Wall in that country for want of Misvils Fannii: Shanks, Dollle Meltob- - part from our usual custom and issue iSgi, Matifnrd on the second Tuesdiy in in that Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, subsistence ami clothing suitable whkh is tno nth, for the purpose of electing elev trls nnd Nunnie Vandeveer, of Daugh- one day earlier, at order one of the oll'icc en mreciors to rrve tne ens iing year force may enjoy least the davs to the inclement weather. He states 3 JOHN J. NtHOUKKTS. ashler. ters College, came up Saturday to spend Jewelry and Silverware. of tho holiday week. Our next paper that he is in debt and his letter is in Christina with their parents. will therefore be printed on Wednesday the nature of an appeal for ascistance. Mim.es S a 1.1.1 1: Ki.kin, Alien Ford, Liz.. 9 ami Knto Cook, night and our correspondents will oblige zie Carter, Ora Knocli A Jewel lluckden Stallion; is a red sorrel and us by m tiding their favors in one day in the case of murder auaint Tint jurv Christian College, nt Railroad Tho at nil in his th tur; a continued tojd'er, very stylish, w ill Uiwreitce Hrown, at Liberty, failed to sire Second Jewel; itt dam l.i lie Hucldcn, she spfiit Saiurday and Sunday earlier. Tho other issuo of tho week b Huckshot, hr by Imp lluckden, id dama Hay a 3 appear at the usual time. Since we agree ane were discharged. How nny Dick inaru; 3d dam Gray Kacjlr m(aAWX1h o crq' ttltli Miss Marj Cart-r- . E. C WALTON. c biught the l.NTKiuoii JoriiNAi. nearly 17 other conclusion could have been enter. o m infiBter of trnins Mil J. C. Floiikm-kStanford. Ky 3 a. n tlmt tho years age, it has never failed to appear, tained than that ho was guilty is hard to n ontheK.C U.. A L, writes , imagine, as he killed a negro in plain o a .2 0 company has decided to novo his olllee except tlio first Christuins week I. I. BRUCE, , o and this will be the first timo it view of a court house full of people, p " .2 Q to Cumberland Gap from Knoxville, 0 r, while he, the negro, was on trial anil envery much to his regret, as ho wns great- has been printed oil the regular tjuie. o tirely defenseless. ISrown was repre3 a w ly plem-ewith Knoxvlllr. in Tiik K. ok I. Oiuianizki). The Somer- sented by Hon. Robert J. Breckinridge, STANKOItD.KY. 1)k. J. H. Owsi.ky went to Iuisville set lodge of Knights of I'ythias assisted A Win. SPECIAL ATTKN ION to COMMERCIAL s " I? " O O Saturday. Ho tells us that his linn bus by a largo representation of Knights Col. Frank Wolford, Stone Stone, P c and Judge Tartar. Common- travelers Horses and mules bought and sold. bought 000,0000 pounds of bacon from the lodges of Danville, Richmond, Morrow n already Only horsesnnd vehicles used In livery Herndon, County Attorsides, payiiiK less tiian 5 cents a pound Harrodsburgnnd Lancaster organized a wealth: Win. W . ney Godby and Hon. Silas Adams. Bail for them. Tho firm is nlso killliiR an lodge hero Friday night with 10 mem- was p at once applied for. Iiojjsn day. rr "z c o of bers. A majority of tho visiting memou 5 D O Miss F.llkn Owsi.ky and friend, Miss bers were "diked up" in their hnndbome p o Tiikoat Cut. Saturday night at a I would respectfully inform ray old Iriends and O 5: U .2 3 McGregor, of luisville, pats-e- d uu i form rank suits and made quite a colored ball at Green I locker's, near customers th it I am acain at work at my profesChnsteen a. 3 sion and would be pleaed to receive any work in through to Iincaster Satunlay to bIiow for tlio K. 1'. lodges of this sec- Tu rners vllle, Fred Bishop, tho the way of spend Christmas week nt Mint Uwsley's tion. Work was begun at J. 8. WELLS, Ph. G. PreBC. Olt. B. H. DANKS, Jowolor, son of Joslah Bishop, was cut in the Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repairf. m. and home. It would be hard to find hand- continued till nearly 5 Saturday morn- neck by John Powell, a negro, and very T77" ing. somer pair than these younj; Indies form. ing when Diadem Lodge No. SI was de- dangerously wounded. Tlio knife w:ent Also repairing sewrln c Miichtnes, Oum, l'istol. STAN' RD, Ky. Mian Street, Opp.Court-HousLocels, 8.C All Mu. J. 0. Uiiyant, the Lexington druj:-gis- clared duly organized and placed on a within a quarter of au inch of tho jugusomebody footing equal to any emergency. The lar and was an exceedingly close call, gives us a chance to buy Work Ntmtly nnd Promptly Done And Warranted by Christmas present, by sending n cheek following were elected ollicers: Past if indeed it docs not prove fatal anyway. which pays his subscription to Feb. 'M, Chancellor, W. II. Wearen; Chancellor As we gather it from witnesses, young THOMAS RICHARDS, Stnnford, Ky. Though ho has gotten to bu 'one Commander, A. O Sine; Vicu Chancel- Bishop was pinking some noise, when 1SD3. Room up stairs, Odd Fellows' building, entranca c door to of tlio solid Muldoons of tlio Uluo Grass lor, 15. C. Walton; Prelate, Joseph Sever- Powell, the tloor manager, came up and next city nnd has tho handsomest nnd best ance, Jr.; Keeper of Hecord and Seals, ordered him to slop. Bishop said ho as making no more noiso than somo navlni! drug f tore there, Mr. Bryant still J. O. McClary; Master of Finance, A. A. 111 ins muiu Warren; Master of Exchequer, S. M. others and as he had pud his money lie letiunsa lively mieresi oce.ision to pay its OAens; Master of Arms, 1. M. Bruce; was going to have his fun. Powell told county nnd tnkes nowBpnpera high compliment. Hero's Inner Guard, Ed Jones; Outer Guard, him lie would stop and whu Bishop looking at you Mr. Urynnt, nnd may your O. J. Newlnnd, and J S.Owsley, Jr., A. again said he wouldn't, ho drove the deserved success continue tillyou become T. Nunnelley and A. G. Hufiman, Trus- - knife, a long bladed b.irlow, into his a bad feeling exist. a millionaire. tUfS. Tlio new l oil k starts out under neck. It seetns thnt , . . . . . .. ... tl.. tif.t f!iiia.il lit-- - nruvi and for vorv luttentiK circumstances and iim CITY AMD VICINITY. over Powell usiiiit profane & memlioraaruKiiiKiiliMtliHt their mini-- ous trouble Catnrla curcsj Colic, Oonstlpntlon, "CaatorUIsso well Adapted to children tht Bour rjtouiacli, PI irrhrea. IructrvmQtd d The towania Mra. Bishop. kinds of produce wauted. A. T. ber will bo doubled in n few montlm. ' lnimuap' I recommend It aa superior to any prescription All HUSTONVILIiB, KY. tkiiia tvonuu, giveis Kiuep, asi' Tho meeting will bo on Thursday niKhts nero ia still ut laiw?, with the oflic'rs Are still in the business a.idreidy 10 do any. known to mo." It. A. Ancnta, M. D., ; Nunnelley. youn man recovers thine in the Undertaking line. We hare a full WitUout Injurious modkatv Ill So. OxXord St, BrookJn, N, Y. and will bo held at Odd Fellows Hall. A on his trail. It the jurray Street, received a large stock of diamonds suitable lunch was Kivcn tho visiting he will, it is hoped, shun nero ball in stock of Cases arid Caskets of all kinds and Robi Just Turn CaiRACm CosWAirr. of every description. Our hearse, which is near cbtained on short notice Mr. at A. K- - l'enny'B. membere at Zimmer's restaurant, and the future. Mr. Bishop seems to be es new can btcharge ofcur business and will J. B. r Green has unfortunate with hia boys, ns our gods to'sny on atediosr aaythlng inshow peclally , Tiite McGlbony Family at Walton's Op- tho 75 visitors wero otherwise well CHre.1 Vutnuti A rrru another was killed aome year ago. or, Jauuary'8. era Houbc Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal Holiday Goods nt A. A. Warrcn'e. In ntwsa a iRfl 'Ml mm m m nny-thin- e Hats and Dress Shirts, Collars and dirt's, ll y, Woolen Shirts, Gloves, a New Line Neckwear, d TRUNKS AND VALISES, -- S i m Ki-ef- m Camp-bellMill- c STAGG & McROBERTS'. M.6.4RUPLEY,- 11 m . FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Ii.-- I. i liar-ran- m Stanford Lumber Yard; LATH, Court-Hous- e. FLOORING, CEILING, SITING, SLAT 1i-r- m -- m m Manufacturers of WIRE Cl'TI-kii- FXHST LUMBSH T&.'B.D. m m af-t- or Fine and Staple Groceries, Mis-iK- s 11 ELECTION NOTICE. g. - jt 111 111 y--- . m m Kirh-inon- DRUGS and JEWELRY s sntll-cie- nt $'-'00 ,. . FOR S&jujS. tout-her- Hus-tonull- e, HAMFDM WATOE Watch. Best 6 1 after-wards- m n, m m mi mm 1 hrst-cu- ss c s -- h In- g :e l,-'- 30 m TO THE PXJBX.XC. - 'Kcggm'lHr B.3)-foR03EBT- .'1 11 t, e 11 cost-141- sB-- . . wmwt,'l"",i""""""' 11 r--- - Infants Children 1 i J T. STJTTOIT CO., I 1 1 vr tf Jl asassssrga.1 i 'r ' ' v Semi-Week- ly '' ' " ' ' '''"'' ' - t "- - - iir -- ,....... 3 I m ....., : ( L111" Tr " V r Ta... "T . "" "V '. vw1w.v.4MMfc-jiJMJK- r . ' " ,t , r- - t- -i . , KlBraLftl -- JU,-,, Interior Journa. OBITUARY. In memory of my dear old uncle, Goal-mn- n If !. !f I f I J f 11 four his WU fi l' i tk '. Sunday. Train leave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning rar rrs.i in . fYls still he horo it all calmly. Not a mur:J in: A at 5:45 p.m. Hugh Jacobs, of tho Kingsvillo secrjt. mur of complaint ever escaped his lips. tion, came oyer Saturday to got his li ky tiJSt iJ b 0 a & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. L 73 years old had he cense to wed Mihs Jane Hall, of thu same Ho would havo been I'io !teKir,r.T. Mail train going North ..ti 30 am . Uulll" '1 IKi AUK llll. JH1 ti6pm lived until March I'ltb. Ho was born neighborhood, but he failed to bring a " .. South . en VV .. itsqpm and reared in this count. Ho married Express train " South . Vr.ci- .f tltiui-Mj.ome. isi UiiCtle. Oucklcn's Arnica Salve " ' " North- - J7m certificate from his parents and as he was Hualriiiijr The bet s live in the world for cuts, bruises, Local Freight North 630am Miss Sirena Green. They raised a fami- only 11) he of eourso returned without sorrs, ul. ers, Wilt salt rlieum, lever sores, letter, chap......s'Spm South. In ilie corporate limits of Rowland. ped hands, chilblains, enrns and all skin erttp ly of 12 children. The mother and four baa VV u4ailr4 Wlt. frtnfrr .ur The Utter trains also carry passengers. tuo necessary papers, lho young iiihii tions and positively cures piles, or no pay reqmr Jf.tMHH4C0.i'..ri.i.r iii!.i.iui.a, 'ST.tSUIS U9t M II J. DAKST, Rowland. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar children survive him Mr. John G. has evidently given up tho idea, us he cd. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, B V'TC"' time is about 30 minutes Taster iVfWf' Price 15 cents per box. or money refunded Ramsey, of Stanford, Mr. G' 1. Ramsey, has not been heard of since. sale uy A. R. Penny, Stautord, Ky. For of Wildie, Mrs. Harriet P. Burdett and HOUSE, Miss Mattio Welsh, 0.' Rrvnntsvillo, Thu Pulpit nnd tho HttiRo. Mrs. SallieTaylor, of this county, lit nnd Mr. John Bryant, of the samo vilK. n. RILBY, I'roprlotor, Kv F. M Shrmit, Pastor United States IlrethI offer for sale privately the Henry Hester farm was a dear husband and kind father. He lage, uloped to Xicholasvillo on Wedntt Church, lllue Mound, Kan., an "I lel it - - - Kontucky. nf 60 acre I l.otiom land on Hit Kiver: ir mv duty to tell what woiders Dr Kii' New Dls London, so was loved by all who knew him; he had nesday of last week and were married. rovery Has done for me My lunsts were badly in wheat up nnd all ... j..,ju... Ik. unrinin , n rooms ,right balance in grs. i nrre is a new barn. I have moved tn my new Hotel and am better e"sQj!aTv 4W . ...... Iu.aH K. no enemies. lie was a good man; he Miss Welsh attended school here a year diseased, and my turisluoners tnnwght I could g ROYAL ISi'tVl """iMvnsni in.l icucing nearly new. tmik bottles of Dr. prepaud than ever to ac.ommndale the public ".;,' live only a few week. J P had a kind word for all his friends. He or so ago and will bo remembered for King's New Discovery and am fie Livery attached and eiery convenience de wuheiin. nan casn. oaiance in one and two years, sohmJ and well, Ooed mterest. II nu sold will I,. fllr rcnt sued. (Jive me a call, given January 1, 1,' had no b.ul habits; he was member of horbiightness and vivacity. She is a aRiain -at pounds In Weight." FRANK RILEY. 7; Arthn- I.0VB, Manager Uie'i l'uany Folk's J W.ADAMS. Stauford.Ky J?' the Christian church, lived a christian bister of Mrs. Halliu Deathemge 1100 Combination, writes: "Afier a tltnruugh trial and con vim inj; evidence, I i confident that Dr. life and wanted all his friends to do Welsh, who taught the same year. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Kinc'a New l)icory tor CoHmHiplma heats 'era II, and right. Ho was alwavs ready to submit whn everything fl tails. The greatest kindness I can do my many thousand Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, to tho laws of his Maker and to condemn FOR FARMERS AND TRADERS. heads Is to urge lhm 10 try it " Free trial botD1I.1.IONS SWITCH. KY. TAN FORD, KY. tles at A K Penny's Drugstore. Regular sines a wrong. During his life on onrth he Dealer In Frank Cowan bought of J. II. Wil- - 50 cts and Si . rrntnfwl frin.iila tnafnail nf itl1iimiil lilt - . .. Wells drilled to order and Pumps lurnished at .UULVI IllbllUa ...U..... w V..V....V. Srtnn Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Spoolmon Caseo. factory pncei. 1)V all iM,, Ul '""'"'"i " imriies.i iiinru mr c.w. He .mis a good man and loved S 11 Clifford, New Ca'soll, Wis , was troubled Heots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware. Queens-arW. T. Smith bought of a Garrard with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was was a true child of God nnd wilK bo lnarc, Furniture and a disordered M liuf was Htltcied to all alarming all who knew county party a combined mare for $175. degree, appetite fell away.and he was terribly remissed by his friends anil ., Gonoral Lino flesh Crocorlos, C. II. Xeloon says he has been of- duced in Hitters and strength, lhrec bottles of him. He was an intelligent man and cured bun F.lectm P. W cmEEN, I'roprlotor. "f..y tnt",e' C, c I". c. Kdwaid Shepherd, llnmsburg. Ill , had a trusted in tho Lord. During his sick fered $100,000 for his great stallion Nol All kinds or Produie taken in eschange for goods. sore on hl leg ol Mght years standing. Used He is son. Poitifficc, Livingston, Ky. ness ho had no fenrs of death. of Kltctric Hitters and seven fcoe three bottles t have recently of now a bright angel. We must think our T. J. I .and bought of Casey county of llucklen's Arnica Salve and his leg Is soand Hotel and intendtaken charge at this keeping us prrient high nnd well. John Speaker, Catawba. Unto), had A cream of tarur baking powder. Highest of loss is his gain. Iim hrg. doctors said he standard. Special aitenltoa given to the trasellng We must not grieve parties L'ft head of mountain cattle at 2 five larite fever snres on all in leavening strength. I'. . uotcrnmcci neOne bottle Electric III ters and pnbllc was incurable port. Aug '7. iS3g. for him, he is in a bright and happy cents. one b x Hucklen s Arnic Salve cured him entirejack by ly Sold at A. R. Penny's drugstore. Fon Salk. A nice !1 year-olFirst-Clas- s home, where death will never come. "i"' A. S. Nep.it,News.V Mississippi Valley Co . "F I) R. II. Rronaugb, So cheer up, dear aunt and children, do "Hubblo's Beccher." The fool is pleased with himst-lf- ; the Solid Veatibuletl Trains to In connection Also Score ono for not weep for him. His pains are no Crab Orchard. w iso man is dissatisfied. SURGEON DENTIST. Philadelphia For Sale. 40 head of cotton mules, the fool. Texas Sifting. more; nothing but happiness can be his Office .on Maui street, over V, I! McKoberts' Pool and Billiard Drug Store, Stanford. Baltimoro, Now York, lot; you must not grieyo for him. The ready for market. McRoberts & Briscoe, L. M. REM), Clerk. All points East and Southeast. 7JII Mil ers Iord giveth and the Lord taketh away, Shelby City, Ky. nml l.lvcr I Ills. Only one night out Irom Lesington, An R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. blessed bo the name of the Lord. He is THETtfr imj ih'.'Uj-- i ct on the Tournament, tho largest winning live.r. Itni.' ,, . it a'om.iea the nrres .! Corrected Time Card In Effect Nov 16, itoo. horse of this year, started iu 21 races, A n pruiei e T.nv .sr.,ir rum hlllous safe in tho arms of Jesus. DENTIST. tievi, irt 'i. mid rosalipa Co. won S and S!),5'5. Dear uncle, thj troubles are ended, ttou. o . "" ifaslMTili Accom. innri .vi.l -rhildren Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, (Espresa.l Daily bTAllONS. 1. in ! is o'er, Smivt. 'rut- A K ndo.e.fo- S.ents Thy earthly sorrow R. II. McAninch, of Casey, bought S.impHs op stairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless OK STANFORD, KY., . .1 I' .iij s Jii" lKi.J"- n"z Peaceful thy tranquil bosom rests, extracting. in Boyle county 25 head extra good 1,- Is new fully organired aiid ready fer business with STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 'Til shocked by pain no more. ?.ttowTtsutsk UerHlarM. '5j cts, cattle at -' The narrow Mrs II. Earth for thee had many sorrows California has shipped eustward by Kklisrt, ml , e.ctipe t prriiiaturn Se.trles, ol Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. W. B. from is tnth Which were grievous to be borne, Sho stute tbat "fur twenlr vera mr Surplus, railroad during the year $10,000,000 13,500. Hut now they've taken their flight y I ItoOiimn heart tronlil.il iu- worse. worth of fruits, and produced 15,000,000 Had I P KTNe'er again by thee to be known. spell, .h.irt br,ih nutmring; As Maid"' COMld I'Ot sloop on III? irltsi.n h ul inn. h Pal n SUCCESSOR tnTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL gallons of wine. OfEce'South side Main street, in office recently We weep for Ihee because thou'rt gone In Bream, lmu Ur uu.l siom.u'li ! pm a s am An.les ngtan. ... .. nj ,.... j jo ,,m . HANK OK STANFORD, II i i.n. a . vacated by, Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. much uml diaanwss (llnl Sullivan & Burdett bought of A. G. HMelie.i it.,, m And thy smiles no more can see, n cik4 unttt I tried Dr Treatment .iul Ve rejoice because thou'rt in Heaven w WIST HOUND Todd, of Adair county, 22 yearling Mlle-(Now closing up) with the same assets and une'er Cuie Aid lle.lonitiv- - Nerv U. F. ATW'OOD ALLEN J. J. the same management. And from sad afflictions tree. unil mules at about $27.50. Lebanon Enter- Ine The run-- IhIu Uelprd lue,A. It I funny s Hy provisions of Itschaiier, depositors arc as tlrualy llrl IW aio t & ATWOOD. iniir store A Ituo mk on tb Thus a captive soul has been fried, liP.Aitr and fully protected as aie depositor in National I.ve Huntington...., prise. to pm ami j on pm NkUVKafree Hanks, ita shareholdets being held individually caneitsbsirg . ' I to pm To roam the fields of ancient story, 5 am j ,9 pm " A. bland Tho Richmond Register says that liable to the eaicnt el the amount of their stock . - 1'xilr. I so pni j j 40 pm IJ'Tlie 5" To rest in the bright beams of bliss " Ofcvt. Hill.. R8EL 8GEKTS. therein at the par value therrol, in addition to the 8 m am 47 ami i 5,000 turkeys have been shipped from The rxcMetn.--riu.-- l liy tnli trrcnt It amount invested in such shares It may act as M Ml Sterling... And to enjoy the land ot glory. 7 pm 10 5s ami , hv ibo j am v Bnreily " tbt 5 7 pm that place this season and the shipment' il muiiti iiuVsxl Mi.,.. in,, .'far lit" ,Vrviont eiccutor administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as Arr Winchester.. City, Tonn. 45 ami j ) tm of Dr nt an inuiviuuai l.eijngtbn And now with yonder sacred throng, U pm ta iKiim a ii a It swe,iil curt". iii'riiik continues. rb tnnoof To those who entrusted their huisineis to us JAS. O GIYENS. WM.AVRES. Dear uncle stands secured by grace, life. iu IiiIIdhs id iiHi:usir.n in homl. Ills. while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank el Rankin Bros, bought of David Ran- - aeeplr.rws Ui iilur. e,iriin. n.lnltii Stanford, we we heie tendrreur many thanks and He joins the everlasting song '" Yestihuted & GIVENS, "' trutt they will continue to transact their business NsLUIteilVestibuled Impress runs dally and las And beholds the blessed Savior's lace. kin MS head of good cotton mules and 10. L'J!!??lvJV',,''r,t;, imil,w, man l!rens- with us, offering as a guarantee fW prompt attenH.tlel blecpers between Uu- Ramsey. Ella nf Wnri.txr tion to same, our head of John Rankin at $100. Somerset burs, lnit . ukiI A M II Attorneys .at Law, O , ny thu'r, ?.'. n sells Ijett.T thnn banking and as liberaltwenty yeais' esperiencccon-In accommodatmns as are ! Ihi ibiu!dCOmf", Th" '"" '" ! Reporter. nnythiigwe ' ever s..'il ued gires universal sistent with sound banking Colored Department. 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. ir Miles nw illustrated Irvat L. II. Wells bought of Rockcastlu sa.isfuiln.il MKtcToRs: V. fT"rt rA Plitnr nt ikd f ta r Inttrnil Iso on ti.e N and lioirl ami trial bottle JU- o( 'luntlngtoB on the C. A O. Route and J J. Williams Mt Vernenj "'Mail Shreve Huilding. ' The Union Club gave a supper at tho Parti .4.1.. buncih ......... nn.l n ....! r t I. .... frco at A It IVnnv's druir iorr last trains run J. M S. Hail Staulord: 1.1 A. Sunday Owsley, Lesingion and Hut.t.nruw,.1 Make J. S I. Christian church on the evening of tho uiu i;uiwc ui i iviuo twin jsuii ui uuiou Kmbry, Slanfersf blVENS. FRANK MAUIMON. JAS. G. ':, S",,:dv 20th, which proved to be quite a success. mules for $275. J. K Lynn. Stanford; A. W Carpaaier. MltledgevtHe R. G. Collier sold to Siler and Davis An excellent suppei was furnished to all my J. K.llaugbman, lluilonvffle; GIVERS cf hogs at IU cents. Ho site have removed my oiTkc i I willresidence, oppo be found at atl Female College, where J K. Cash, btanfard; who attended for the small sum of 25 a lot of t. " r (' r.1." y1" "i" ... t VstfUIIPCII William C.ooch, Stanford, Ky. HUfill KEID. y4 i. AccoromoJaiieit dxllr of lill- - 'imes. REAL ESTATE, S. H. Shanks, Presides! We hope thu club may give us also sold for W. T. Tucker a lot cents. J H. Owsley, Cashier. '?ro,m"'"' '" Vrd , - another feast soon. Rev. E. Wilson and pound hogs at I.J cents. Ae apply to any ajent of this or to rates, route. eannec t ng fines Turloy & Walker delivered on Mon-- 1 wife returned on the 10th from Danville, Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber Lands bought K.HL'NTINC.TON. S F II MORSE, day to J. W. Bales I!2 cattle , SOU C. or sold on Commission. Correspondence where tho former has been engaged in a V A.. Clucintlal, (1!. a O. r averaging 1,450 pounds. This bunch was solicited. ('. W HARNEY. protracted meeting, which we learn was W s HAUVtl:nv I am well prepared to bore wells and will do the ( M Lesingt.n.Ky T P. A., Ashland.' Kr quite a Biiccess. Miss Ida Pennington, shipped to Lehman Bros., of B.tlimore, work in a good manner and promptly nnd cost cents. Richmond Register. ITEVT" 01 Crab Orchard, 1a tuo guest ol Hy lb At One Dollar a Foot. Mr. William Rue, of Danville, who' Call oil or,adurvss ma at Manlord, Kentucky. I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerliltfd Peyton. L. T. S..MI II. jilt set pike, 7 miles Irocn Stanford and am prepared recently sold Pokie Courts for over $1 ,000 to furnish any kind of Ll'MBER, SH1NGLKS, Christ's Episcopal church, at New says he is "struck" on the name and Ac, at LOWEST PRIC E5. I will sell the ltinv " n l, trie c;u,yh.s berat the mill or deliver, f suit purchasers. Give York, valued at 5100,000, was destroyed win citnsten n very last colt lie lias in me a trial. Pestoffice, MA W OOD, KY by fire. y honor of our postmaster. & A B.BASTIN Co. Tho Shortost nnd Qulokost Itouto from I destro to sell my farm of about ijo acres, situJohn W. Young, eldest son of Brig- Tho amount of added money for ated about H4 miles north of Stanford on th. Contrtsl Kontuok-- to all point North. Hush llranch pise, opposite There I;Younp,ha8bo Eiist. WoBt und the BpriDg nnd fall are about jo acres in wheat the uld church.balance t. and rye; the , Pnat of land in Northern Mexico, lenthous-- m(H,ti Unubotwoon Loxlnj-toJH M follow8. Coney Ialam, of the farm w ell set in timothy. Good dwelling nnd Olnoln- of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new on Jo(jkoy and .Mormons, ol Utah, will colonize C1lbf $)0m. New Y()rk Jock(,y barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can Class A. Installment Stock. SCIIEDULE IN KFFECT NOV ,6, ,890. LJlUttU JtlllUH. immediately, h or particulars, se v J. P. Phil) ' Jti.ouu, uroohijn wun, te givenSlanford .. WM(e' ,he Iuey T a Cloi..n r.nt.rs1 iiiiuci;hcu ..4.. : K. WITHERS. Cincinnati, (hio. Pace value Sura. Costs Si admission fee and af01,500. Total, 5257,500. , , "'v'0"" 7,"u-, . V'. So. j .No. 2. No. 6. terwards to cants a month until payments and TUB GREAT HOL'SEIIOLD ItnilKDV FOH who Kiueu 111s witu ami men iiiuisuii hi The Register says that the steamer protita equal fios. No dividends In cash until ma. r.t .inn, Daily. E Sun Antlers, Indian Territory, Saturday, was Maryland, with 520 cattle on board mostturity, whlah It estimated te take place in 7or years. First jsur's credited dividends has o been Lve Cincinnati J 10 a m. 8 on p mi so p m Some years ago ly from Madison county, encountered a a former Kentuckian. 18 a m. 8 08 p I.ve Covington. per ccbt. over am in s Lve Falmouth.. ml y 16 p m 3 S P 9 48 he murdered the brother of Judge Win- terrific gale about 000 miles out and all myHaving leased the Menelee Stable, I now offer SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, NEW SI'AHLK on Lancaster street fur rent Arr Paris it IS a m 10 sj p in 5 16 p m m frey, of Columbia. It has ten laro Hox Stalls the Arr I.eaington it 10 p m n 00 n m 1. SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &C. but 20 of the animals were killed, entail- place in the county for a Ja. and isHorse very best k and stand for Lve Parts. . .L. II 9f a m the coming season A lare cistern at the door lad nt Jubbulpore, In- ing a losson Lehman Bros, of about ? A P m PRSCE DO CENTS. b te . . Call on or address Class B. $100 Full Paid Stock. Arr Winchester.. " lo pm Arr Richmond... ' 15 mr - ,. A T NUNNELI.KY, Stanford. Send three having buried stamps for frso samnlo dia, is under arrest for ..;. m Arr Lancaster. j lxx and book. ' Arr Stanford... Send in your orders now for copies ? si I' ' L... alive his younger brother, aged three. Face value Jioo. Costa Ji admission fee and Jjo i.ve Richmond : 10 p m great Christmas number of the in lieu ef all dues. Total $51 per share. Receives lie admits the ollc'iist and states that he of the Arr . J oj p m upon f" -- " cash dmdetids of 1 per cell I. Arr Herea. Llvington . 5 P m .Ji" and his brother were orphans. Ho had ' Kentucky Stock Farm, which, besides a This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and on our lands per Cont. ",! Your, t beg for a living and .as he could not Iianusome cover in Drignt colors, will Others not to trespasswill be prose:uted without full, MulciiiK (1 d No. 5. all such mission, No. J to the e supplements, est extentasof the law. Signed: contain several and is credited with a proportion of surplus profo.j. tike his younger brother about with its, until the payments and surplus amount to I.ve Livingston B. W. GAINES. -8 00 a m ABSOLUTELY PURE, go much trouble would be faithful pictures of celebrated trotting Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN, J. II. McKINNKY, J 00. This surplus is a small per cvntage at first Lve Herea. him, he thought JOHN O. LYNN. but increases every yoar. This is a preferred ' horses, nnd other illustrations; in addi- Mrs. ALICE TUCKER. Arr Richmond. HALLOU. 11 45 saved by burying him. JOS. m FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.T " " C HALL, W. A. HAMILTON. stock and the cash dividends are guarantee!. Can LvTStanford ..., tion, trotting statistics, editorial matter TIIOS RKYNOLDS. be withdrawn after one year. 7 00 a in M C AND NURSERY PURPOSES. Jfg I. S. PHILLIP0 Lve Lancaster 7 50 a m .3,3 "Madam, are you n woman sufiragist?" and special contributions. If so good as I. L. HECK, Mrs. ALICE J HAUOHMAN. Arr Richmond. "- 10 ij a m TAE-0Iw A Kit, r R. H.COOPER, CO., Chicago, HlJ "No sir; I haven't time to be." "Haven't the Christmas number of last year (and W ,11, COFFEY Lve Richmond.. A. Mrs M A. MARTIN. "I P m "6 10 am .VT Arr Winchester ROHKRT HARNETT. E HRUCE. I'" 7 IJ a m ..... For sale by A R. Penny and M. L. Bourne, time! Well, if you had the privilege of it certainly will be), it will be a "dandy." W. P. (I RIMES. Arr Paris ,m P m 7 Stanford. Class 0. $50 Full Paid Stock. I.ve Lcxiugton voting, whom would you support?" Only 10 cts.; Lexington, Ky. ,ni J 4$ pro Lve Paris "Tho same man I havo supported for 10 V "i ii p m 7 51 a "'1 415pm Len W. Hudson, of Camp Dick RobLve Falmouth... ti Face value $50 Costs Ji admission fee and $15 Arr Covington. 9 18 a m 5 jo p m FOR SALE AT years." "And who is that?" ".My bus- - inson, bought last week what ho consid.. 5 40 P m 10 44 a mi 6 17 n m In lieu of all dues, total $16 r share Receives P m 10 50 a no cash dividends, but is credited with the same Arr Cincinnati ., j 6 45 p m d of sugar mules in ers the best per centaguof profits as Installment Stock. If a Oq account of continued bad health, I desire to tho State. Ho bought them of Jim sell privately my farm nf 3J0 Acrisof such nock had Leen issued during the past year, OntheMaysvilleHranch,.oa.leaves "Wine nnd vomen are alike. They Paris .. have been per land at a bargain, in a fin state ot fertility Would its dividends would the creditedover 15 per cent .5aV."v,W0,',"mrai I25 profits equal $50 both intoxicate us." "Yes, hut they are Guthrie, of Shelby county, nt sell 300 acres with improvements. Location one When thevalue and withdrawn ., " is the face This mile south laying of the very different in another respect. Wino head. Erasmus Dunn, of Garrard, sold is superb. of Stnmord, and thethe necessary farm new form of stock, especially in cash. for theisin-n adapted ImI 50 head of 1,500 pound cattle at 3 cents provements, There are a all of dwelling 01 five vestment ofsmall savings without the ordinary arrives at Pans at 4 io,:p ,y Bd Including is always reported to be older than it is, frame he" .,'iS feature of monthly payments. Can be withdrawn daily except Sunday rooms and hall, a large basement barn, and and women to be younger thnn they )er pound. Josh 13. Adams sohl to Isra- buildings new Fur further information, apply all after one year No. runs from to to Cincinnati The hooks and securities of the Cotupanyare al """,'""" .v -. .el Hrautn, of Fayette, for Goldsmith, 37 48.1m HOHT. McALISTER, Stanford. ,j ...c. Sunday. is the are!" Now' York Herald. ways open to investors. to .j am; except .ingion 1000 am:' arriv... Paris 1,350 pound cattlo nt 3J cents per pound, No. 8 leaves Cincinnati 70pm: cxceptSunday. 5 10 ,ra,orr,ve'i'lnig-itThe good mother is to her small bpy to be delivered Jan. 1. Win, Rue k Son no. 7 leaves fjlmouth 6ooar 11: arrive. what the devil is to mankind she sews u..t.l .s. CJIICI. rTnrliiunn nf T.iiYiniitnn ) CI. ..1 w.. .. . w .., ""i!? 7?x a.m; e)(CePl Sund av. C.MW.., vr. .cin. tears while he sioeps. Boston Traveler. Odd nice harness geldings for $195. Crit Da $1,300,000 of Stock Carriod by been Having sold my farm, I will offer for sale to the Adam had ono thing in his favor. Eve vis, of Harrodsburg, has sold to a Boston highest bidder oil over 1,500 Mombors. dapple gray goldmg, n'm..TmIi,. ..,''-?'- .?".' IMinOllUI AcCDInnA. 'iglon. v. i 'ouldn't ask him whether he had loved gent tho .1,.!,,.. M.. 2, 1S91, i '""M,ih Ho was any other woman before ho met her. Jack, record 2:12, for oVsVh i;;.ow John.-- . . Note. Trains Nn , n.,.IL-.-i All my personal property, consisting of owned by George Middleton, of Chilion No. 7 arrive at new ..th i, Teacher Johnny, what causes the For full inlcrmation apply to 1'epot, on 4th below Twenty head of horse stock, i combined saddle John st cago. W. A. Caldwell sold toSam Crawdaybreak? Johnny I guess it's caused ard furnoM Stallion and i Jack. I have of ,. W,"rh"'ei .1V1.2BHUO mak jennot for 500, ono both which will show breeding qualities colts ford ono t yoke by the night fall. -- Chicago 1'ost. Inr points on the N. N. ennnectinn. A M v y ol work Oxen, 3 Milk Cows and some young CatLexington . . v. CEORCE W. JOHNSTON, sfiiu.n for S 100 and two yearling jennets for tle, 30 fat Hegs, 45 stock Hogs, some thorough"n. now ,rrlv. X."?. at and denartfr UENEKAI. MANAGER, $500 and has seven yet. Danville Advo bred Herkshire Sows. 10 Sheep, several good brood Co., LexingStatic in Cinelnnail. m.ri "'"' unt0 Passence. Mares, a King William, some of the best saddle points N,orth.Ea.tnn.Tw"J forVll IffltH. and harness stock in the county. Wagons, lluggy' Tho Commorco, Louisville, Ky. For full particular, address" """"tions ton, Ky. by all Mower, Hay 3fl rt 1 io Published Evory Tuesday and Friday nt his home, in this, Rockcastle county, at 1 o'clock, p. m., on Tuesday, Dec. 10th inarrv ism), lie hail been alllicted with rheuHarness, --'0, at Wayncsburg. matism for n number of years. On last srWhen not so paid $3.60 will be charged." Jalncs Hurkott, aged 81, and Miss Thursday night ho was stricken d wn Clariuda Crabtree, just 13, were married with pneumonia fever nnd ho lived only K. C LOCAL TIME CARD. George Crabtreo'a, snllerings wore so great, at tho bride's father, tlays, I. Kamscy. who fell asleep iu death The Cincinnati, Hamilton A-- Dayton K R. Is Mr. Josh Dunn and Miss Rebecca the only line running Pullman's i'erlccted Safety VeMibulcd Trains, with Chair, Parlor, Sleeping Hill, of llryantsville, were married last nnd Dining Car service between Cincinnati, In dianapulis and Chicago and is the only line runweek. Henry 1'layforth, '22, obtained li- - cling uir.nigu morning inair tars otiween mi. nnatl, Keokuk nnd Springfield, III. ami Sleeping Miss Rebecca Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw; and the censo yesterday to MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Tho Finest onlEarth. POSTED. forbid kmfolks and thilr folk's folks, my folks and their lolks, as well as colored folks, to trespass or hunt birds, rabbits and squirrels on my farm without tny pcrinlssioii, or ihey wilt be punished to the full extent ol the law I mean what I say. THOMAS C. HAM.. jam CTsVJKaCl,ILI II rMrr MW-t- &??& f w&cmb$&gL To euro iiiilotirnCH, .'ji' i W3rt AW srvfn lletween Cincinnati, Dayton Limn, Toledo, Detroit, the Lake Region and Canada. The rn.id is .tie of the oldest in the State ol Oh ion ml the only line entering Cincinnati over 3$ Lot on Main in miles of double track, and from it past record can more than assure its patrons speed, com far t and acres. Containing safetv. Ticketsnn saleeverywhere, and seo that they Terms eay. T R. WALTON, Stanford. imil C , II .VI). either in or out of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or Toledo. I'.. O McCORMICK. I General Passenger and Picket Agent. Only Dlroot Lino FOB, S.AIYEI Street jmtloli, ltUrla, Mrt-rninplninta, tllLu tho mfo ami ceitain ninety, Ilf ilnrhrj, (.omll- - Stanford rx rn n ir j si b fi li' Mi.lfl srsczTSJi'fj UftLK n'r w- -. s -- - m m For Salo loWr-.tlENT.- Twenty Lots THE RILEY - Farm For Sal.. I s 11 I -- 1 .t 11 J". SI. 2sr I-ILT0- AKlK6 e, 1 POWDER Absolutely Puro Dr. of "" ran-ma- 11 - W8BB PRICE, d Sample Room OLD KY. ROUTE Parlors. Washington, -- "-- 1 ! 1 ! Farmers Bank& Trust - 500-poun- DR. PENNY, I won-dor'- Dentist. Lr-- .1 1 sinotlii-rini- f ..... L::wrr'i" S",sS T rt I -- ll''l d 1 ALLEN EST8TE Johnson wcin Vi 11 . 4 o 11 AYRES s"w, - V 1 - ,n-- de ' i ! 1 ioi-y- ylS 1 ear ri I F. MRMQE. REMOVEDI J p::::vv"r ;,s 1 SoO-poii- ntl I Fiiicvillc, Kentucky. ioi-y- WEI,!. BOHX3NTG. 1 ,1 j SAW MILL. Investments Ottered .ns 1 1 mm PILES 43-- Farm For Salo. Louisville Savings, Loan Kentucky Centra! R.R; uoutjo." y Building SoutU-WoHn TTl TT-!- s..,l . "'T nl .lot-Ke- y . I South-Houn- 4 d FOB, RJSITT. j 1 6, --- nine-year-o- ld 10,-0- ' two-ce- 77-l- f mm . POSTED. - .". TAR OIDSOAP D Sjoseiui-annu- al full-pag- Ir North-Houn- -- -- M - m - . J- - 1 . m : 'ARM blue-gras- 4 Q car-loa- CT s S1-J- 0 The BEST FLOUR . "'"n CREAM maaSby the CC .., PUBwCIC SAX.:. mm m XZ tuTXr8' ? LOUR w saie nr-a- m Friday, January B - iJi. Acaj-nmod- a 1 Rollernis first-cla- ss 1 Don't fail toV. mr if you tow ltV. ;; t- waood BrM and a happy When When When When Baby was sick, wo gayo her Castorlo. she was a Child, sho cried for Castorlo. she became Miss, she clung; to Castorlo,. sho bad ChiHren, sho gave them CastorU. Tho town of Fairfield, Texas is scourged with spotted fever. Business is almost susponded and many peoplo tiro fleeing their homes to escape tho disease. Thero havo been 10 deaths during the past two dayB. Huckeye Rake, Plows and Fanning Utensils generally. Household and Kitchen Furniture, good Piano nnd other things too tedious to mention. Is the weather is ton bad, sale will be continued GEO. D. WEAREN, from day tn day until ccmpleted. Sale will be at my farm on the Hustonville and Hradfordsville STANFORD, KY. turnpike, q miles west of Hustonville, near J. K. Alston's Store. U.r.. ml t DR. J. P FLANAGAN, tlonal Hank, Sianlurd, Ky. I'owars Store, Casey Co., Ky. 1 ... .. w. u any agen, 0, he Co, WUWSO.V.Trav. Pass S. V. U. MORSE. Gen:J U' ( Agent, v.,., w.. H. K. HUNTINGTON, Vlce.pS.'f'"!!'.'1''0- " uen .Manager. 5?. P WICKS- Chamber t Note:-Dou- hl.. .i.ii.!. "M"u,n! Cincinna.J n between Cincinnati. Sundy- Lexington? &.$ 1 'V- - ..iv: L