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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891010901 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 1891 $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. aj Semi-Weekl- y vol. xviii. Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., FRIDAY. JANUARY 9, 1891. NO. 90 ' new-yea- r. i 1 when wu look out nnd hoc tho aluot breaking down tbo trees tbnt have boon shnditiK us nlnou infancy tilings don't look so rosy; nud nil on "Olirititinas Day." "Spring wgulil be but gloomy weather, It tea hid nothing else but spring, Some ono buuj:, but then he never tried Nest Monday will ts and I boliovo it, but court l.iv. Well, may bo it MuCronr-- "Happy Jack" on the Sleet. To the Kditor of the Interior Journal 'The moiIJ U full ol roie." LANCASTER, J GARRARD COUNTY. be ouartorlv it nnd did not know. They Buy, though, thntBlcut is n forerunner of n bounti ul fruit crop, nnd if Hint be true imcnoiora mul nliilitli'MM widowora will not have to nay their cood neighbors '20 cunt per pound for drieu apples next year nnd la one bunch of rosea for thin old chicken anyhow; nnd tbun tho brandy atilla will have plant? to do. As of rows Ther will hsg S. 8torukeur8 ami K'tUKeru will have employment and my old friend in tho West Knd with a thousand apple treea can noil his fruit for a thousand dollars nnd that will enable On the lips of Ms "I j Ye, sir, nnd tho t '' m to Santa Clans, in n year from fill nil his little chaps' Btockiujjs riht plumb full of "Koodies" and a younj: Ulv with n log not biier than u leail ''pencil run ham? up a stocking as big as a partridge net and get it brimming full. Let the trees break. They can nnd will '! grow again. Tho tops ho rugged out young Hhoots will put ragged, in the early Hpring and by iiiidBtiiniiier the ground will bo covered by a most fragrant shade, and the oheerful bird song will make us forget this dicastor. God will bo good, He will be kind, He will send tho rain upon the just and unjust, Ho will And good company for tho most secluded and solitary home. 1 know nil about that. . , " fh world It full af rwei lull of dw " An4 the ! of us who profess to be reWhy aome ligious, v ho sit close to the pulpit, who sing "I know that my Redeemer lives," who Bay our prayers in tones as loud ns n dinner horn, who claim to have full faith in His goodness and mercy, who call Him Father, who make Hitn an many promises ns a candidato for olllco makes the people, nro going around with long faces and heads hung, fearing and trembling about old Armour ami umim d Astor nnd Vanderbilt ana uockolel-te- r nnd Uussell and Sage nnd n few more of theirsort taking nil the world away from tho rest of us! Why, if you can't learn nny better than that you had better not go to meeting. I know butter than that myself; they wont near get this world. God Almighty made and gave it to us to live in nnd is not going to let them qiko it away by a long jump. He will 8G0 that wo nil have n homestead. In nil ages of the world there have been jut such "greedy guts," but the people have always kept ahead nnd always will because God will lend them through tho wilderness nnd tho innnnar Wasn't Solomon rich will always fall. enough to support 700 fashionable wives nnd 1.00 "fast girls" with purple nnd line linen nnd a room or two apiece with tapestry window blinds nnd diamonds as big as pigeon eggs? Then didn't they have plenty of house servnnts nnd washerwomen? Then nftor all that ho had money enough to employ a whole raft He, of men to work oil his temple. broke up, nnd if you will look around you may llnd a man now, with only ono vife find not more than half ns many i8i girls ns Solomon, who is nil "broke up." Why souio ol those days there nnd will como along n "reckoning" sweep nil these "money devils" to tho devil nnd wu will cheer up and our faces will grow as bright ns a burnished gun barrel. God Ib not going to let ono man hnvo this world, nor will He give one uinn nil tho women. Listen nt Him: "Don't bo nfrnid, lo I nm with you Are you not nslmniod to be nfraid of those old Dutchmen when you hear God talking to you that way? to-dato-da- y, The GiuihIh will hold their election for ouptuln Saturdav, Jan. 17th. Onbe Salter has rented the rooms on Richmond street vnnitud by Jim Hnnillton. Curt ltohiimnn. tin MiittritT.iiWi. tm. t10 i, )f ofHcH m,i .,,1 ,, his dutlm .Monday. "Kill?" 1twnon will )i 0 of y ,j,.jJu,Vi mi Tt iti,j,,. ), uot yot 8t.ectwi the ottn The euvek train on the K. C. that has been rnnnin: heretofore on TtieadnjrH, Thiirwlnys nnd Saturdays, has ben continued and the Ptoek dentined for Cincinnati will be ranied by the regular train leaving Incaster at S a. m. The Prwrihytermii church was fillod to overlluwing at tho nuptials of Mr. of Mr. James L. Diiuonu nud Mi.-- Mattie Denny at I0 a. m., on Wednesday. Mrs. K. A. llurnsldti r)idwl nt the organ and furnished music admirably inlspted to tho occasion. Tho ceremony was xrformcd by Itev. Heddlestou, of the Presbyterian church, whose chaste and bftiutiful words hold tho largo audience entranced during their delivery. Tim brideaud groom received the heart v congratulation of many friends and left for Louisville immediately nftor the ceremony. Dr. W.S. Klkinnnd wife, of Allan-ta- , came up to attend the Duncan-Denn- y nuptials. Walker Tevis, who clerked for Logan & Hrewer, will leave. Saturday for Cincinnati, where he has nccepted n n position in n boot nud shoe house. Mr. John Duncan, who is on duty ns t S. storekeeper nt Lawrunceburg, was here a few days this week. Will Owsley, who has been out Wt,st for some months, is at home. Miss Jennie Moore, of lower Garrard, was in town Tuesday. Mits Mollio Smith 1ms accepted a position in tho dry goods store of W. T. West, nt the old lgau fc Hrewer stand. Kd Allen-doof Lexington, was in town this week. Morris Davis, of Cincinnati, is here. Hon. K. C. Warren, Kentucky's next auditor, was over Wednesday to attend marriage. Mr. the Duncan-Denn- y a host of friends in Garrard, and he will beyond a doubt got this county'B instructions solid. J. C. Thompson will shortly move his stock of jewelry to Middlesboro. Thuiuaguanimity of the government in allowing each Indian to liavu 100 acres of tho land he has always owned, is about equal to that of the liberal minded citizen of Frankfort, who employed .'(Omen to catch drift wood in the Kentucky Kivor and gave them half of what they could catch. dig-there s their genius nnd skill nnd their houorn- am' uPr'Kt deportment. It is said that n specimen of engraving prepared by T. It. J. Ayres to bo used on tho isdno of bonds or certificates by tho government was considered by experts nt Wushiugton to be tho finest exhibition of skill ever 6een in tho cnpital. Cpt. Kiclutrds resided for n time in Lexington nml nlso in Lancaster. He was an excellent musician ami belonged to thu band in each of tho towns in which he resided. The older members of tho band in Lancaster say the sweet toues of his cornet in tho beautiful melody of "Woodman Spare That Tree" still linger ns pleasantly iu tiieir memories us though rendered on yesterday. Thore will be no complaints of his failure to reudui justice iu Ids decisions, fur his judgment is good nnd his integrity above suspicion. Lonif life, success and n word of udvice to Spiiro IHchnnh. Bring the back to its' dignity, when magistrates were tegarded with more respect than judges are now. Get n swallow-taileblue cloth coat, with metnl buttons; wear a stock and a stand-ucollar and adorn your p.tte with a stove-pihat on lnw days. Give no reasons for your decisions and if urged to do so tell tho counsel, in the language of Shakspeare, that "if reasons were as plenty as blackberries you would not give one on compulsion." '' HUSTOVILLE. Business is stnguant, as is invariably the case at the beginning of the S. C. Garrard DDllege, Lancaster, Ky. ' po-iti- old-tim- e d p pe r, Wnr-reuh- as "Though it is not on record that he has over offered to pay nny funeral expenses brought about by the use of coal oil in kindling fires. It is likely thnt he will consider some such benevolence further on." Mr. Rockefeller claims to be preeminently pious nnd yet tho New York magnate is tho president of tho Standard Oil Company, that has grown to be tho wealthiest in the world, its gains having been accumulated by acquiring n monopoly in oil, one of the necessaries of life. It has fed nnd fattened upon tho necessities of the poor and yet President Rockefeller nssumes to be n Godfearing man, who has the good of Ir's fellow-maat heart. Men who "steal tho livery of Heaven to serve the devil" in may for a time elude the observation of men, but there is an Etc, Whose vigilance never tiresjand Whote scrutiny cannot be evaded. Courier-Journ- al Tho says: Mr. Itockefeller has jIUO.OOO.OOO cor-pornti- n All-seein- g HUBBLE. Would it not bo better to finish up the Indian campaign before provoking a tight with Kngland'' Tho indications are that before they nro through witii the subjugation of the red man there will not bo enough soldiers left to cook beans for an ordinary dinner. Tho greatest feat they have iHjrformed thus far has been lo kill "Sitting Hull" while u pribonor nnd to murder (J3 sipiawB, in which great generalship has been displayed and congratulations tendered, butfml6co,ucutly withdrawn upon tho valor of the 7th cavalry. With 10,000 well-arme- d troops nnd ;t,000 hostile Indians, including men, women and children, in a hollowFquare, Gen. Miles considers it prudent to take position on the distant hills nnd intrench. Ho is in n position somewhat similar to that of a Federal colonel, who at the outbreak of the late war, fortified the road leading from Somerset to Mi'l Springs. The town could bo approached from nil directions and yet the colonel was of the opinion that the Confederates would bo confined to the main road in making their attack. Tho works were shown to Hon. Joshua V. Hell, who happened to be on a visit to Somerset, nud his opinion asked ns to their sulliciency in case of au advance by tho enemy, who remarked that so far as he was able to judge tho riilo pits, kc, were admirably constructed, but he would like to know from the colonel whether there was nny definite understanding between himself nnd tho Confederate general as to which wny ho was to come? "To toll you tho truth," replied tho colonel, "I never thought of that." Gen. Miles ought to have a definite understanding with Two Strike, Short Hull. mil Kicking Hear, which wny they nro to come. k His eye died so Buddonly last night. upon tho mightiest afof faith lookod Ho fairs of men as vory biuiiU things. that this world was mortality's knew tlower garden and was nlways happy. He spent bis life doing good and was all tho time nt it; hardly thought of could turn his faco to the sky; was not all tho tiuio looking on the ground to find something for himself that he wouldn't need after ho got it. Ho kept has n"soft ilenu hnnds all the time. Ho It is n source of great pi unsure to the Ho has turned us ull'.down now. pltu-ofriends of dipt. Thomas IttolumU to Bingtng: and gone up head-d- ied loam of hie election as n justioe of the The world U fu"l of ' pottee of Lincoln county. His youthful fullofdew Audth days wttru spout in Danville, whero he full of H.rely love, dew And the ' a watch maInatdnys for me and received his education "IIapi-Jack." ker and jeweler under T. It. J. Ayres, ,mvw S,vo" A' C' the moit nocomplished engraver and Many years' "lr-l- l of patents nt workman in hid Huh that Kentucky over m.ow A Co., solicitors unsiirMd miecoas produced. He was a abrother of Samuel Washington, DAyres, who was Uo .splendid worko of all claw in obtaining PtuU man iu everything pertaining to watch of Thy mk Land olock making nnd an accomplished cam. and v cnnHl allowance dentiet. He eometimee officiated as it f manv patents that had in tho Christian church, of - niiniator Their ndvertisemont in nn- which he was an honored member. The "nl, ' AvnsA:rotters wir. big'.iy regarded bv t ur column him-eelf; Think about that grand old man who l lull of row And the roses full of dew And tho dew full of Heavenly love The world ri - Fount Myers & Co. killed 51 rabbits last Thursday in less than three hours. Many other rabbit stones have been reported, but for fear they uro not true I will not report them. James Huffman lias been hauling some corn to Stanford at J'J.oO per barrel. James nnd Robert Gentry, Swinebrond it Dunbar shipped their hogs to Cincinnati this week. Dr. Carpenter reports Greenberry Bright, Sr., to le iu a very critical condition now. Spencer Higgins has rented Miss Fannie Giivin's house. Mrs. Latin is out again on foot. Mc. Kubanks is not improving any yet since his relapse. R. L. Hubble and J. C. Kubanks aro 'hi the South with mules. Pendleton Cox aud wife vibitud us this week for the tlrst time his wife hns been out of tho house in l'J months. It is to bo hoped that she will get entirely well again. Everybody pleased with the selection of county judge and all think wo will have n county judge and not a party judge. Hurrah for Wallace Varnon next Thumb papers at Hammonds' store worth from 5 cents to $1 to bo given away after Jan. 1, 'HI. Call nnd got yours. Joo Penman nnd others have gone to Middlesboro to try their hands and fill their pockets. Tho mill at Hedgeville came near blowing up last week, but will bo in running order soon. James Smith is fixing to go to .Missouri soon. James Grillm is shipping thu Givens corn to Middlesboro from Stanford. John Faulkner, Jr., made us n plcnsant call on his way back to Ripy's distillery, whero ho hns hnd u job for somo time. Tom Kason, mail agent on tho 0. S., stopped over night this week with Cyrus Kason hero. Somo thieves broke into Charley Woods' meat house this week and took about all his meat nnd lard. They got scared, it is supposed by leaving two cans of lard some distanco from tho house; porhnps nn overload. Judge Lynch is surely noodod about now whether ho comos or not. W. B. Mooro is here this week buying some hay and fodder to feed a bunch of cattle this winter. Wo all hail tho t. .1. n happy Xew Yonr on nocount of its boing the best local paper in the State. When you look in tho I. J. for anything and don't see it, you may at once say it did not happen. We get tho I. J. by way of Danville mw. An-gub- t. Colored Department. C spw-wlt- Abe Shanks has been grantod a Houston. Prof. R. W. Fletcher, who luia ducted tho colored school hero creditably, has gone- to Camp Nelson to remain until the session luteins again. s con-ver- y len previous-u.r.n.rtii- l. i'S;1 DnritiK the past year there have 33,000 people been in round nui4i''-rwounded mil 4,0 k.i ki ltd by railroads in KJOW tlllUI, but' oil M'ClnlUt of t'ic Vmtul Mates. SECOND TERM OPJSN8 J.A.M'TJ.A.ItY SO, ISOl. Pollard, of Gnrrard, or the vi- Pupils who have Attended the "Common Sehooli'' can enter without lo$ ol time or instructions. Ad. cinity of Cr.tb Orchard, is here talking ntju:l unmrrwmed. 'J en Departments, each under e management of a .peculiit. .Mathematics, Hye Languages, Mctaphyswal Vience, Piano. Violin and Vocal culture, Art and Art CritieUm. hedge fence in most persuasive terms For catalogue addres J. O. GORDON, B. S., President, Lancaster. Ky. and with a prospect of a largo spring set Hustonville prohibited fire works rcrsa Ctf 4TTi during the holidays and the just passed ' R h was all around the quietest, most order- -' ly holiday season the oldest inhabitant' Watch Inspector L. & N. R. R., dealer in-- . remembers. lohnand Millard Allen have suc- ZIWP a w MICiO-UMEO AWn ceeded to the livery and Hale stable business of Cotnlwbt i Allen and Millard Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. has again established his harness shop iu the .stable building. A John Kllis lias nt last been assigned n job and is holding down matters at I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) Henry Traylor's distillery. We hope thnt I'nclu Snm will llnd John nn indispensable nnd keep him hustling in the Snnlbel nil Right. (To the Kditor Inttnor Journal,' future. Richmond, Jan. 0. An item in a late Died, of consumption. Jan. 1, 1S01, Mrs. Eliza Jane Biaiu, colored, a most ioauo of your paper in regard to my reexcellont woman, beloved by nil who turn from Sanibel Island is calculated to know her. Eliza was for several years leave a wrong impression upon your .AT... cook, housekeeper and general manager readers about that island and to prejufor Dr. Brown; n perfect domestic jewel, dice tho interests of the homesteaders there. I hope you will do uie tho favor M. F. who will never be replaced. & CO.'S, An enterprising visitor from one oi to publish this letter. I wish to say that tho adjoining counties ran up on his I do not consider Sanibel a failure and Ky. tlrst screen door in Hustonville the oth- thrft my return to Kentucky was wholly er day, nnd after n prolonged inspection on account of the illness of my wife, who with a view of unraveling the mystery has been in very poor health for several of its operation, concluded that the prop- months. While oc the island I prepared about er manner of entry was by crawling unSTANFORD, KENTUCKY, der, nnd unhesitatingly adopted that throe acres of ground and left in excellent growing condition 223 bills of water- lit. a plan. He got in. Uarber Shop on Main street, opposite Portraan House, and invites a share Mrs. Charles Evans is visiting her melons, ISO hills of nutmeg melons, 200 patrontse. Prompt attention to outside cr your calls and attention uncle, Mr. C. T. Griggs. Miss Helen tomato plants and of an acre of castor-oi- l special the latest to ladies and children. Work done in stjle with neatness and disbeans. I think Sanibel the most de- patch Reid has gone to Kansas on a visit. Miss lightful place I have ever seen in the Mac Logan is visiting at Birmingham, Ala. Mr. George Bradlev leaves for Bir- wintertime. I can conceive of nothing mingham Sunday next, proposing to surpassing its climate and no man of enMetne,ec s"tle, ' now offer make that city the base of his future op- ergy can fail to make a living there and my .NMV S TAHLE on Lancaster street for rent. Unas ten large Box Stalls and is thu very best erations. Mifcsllackiey, of Garrard, has in the most agreeable manner. With place in the county for a Jacl. and Horse stand for season. been visiting at Mr. Eb Keunedy's. Miss fish, oysters, game for the taking, vege- the comingaddress A large cistern at the door. Call on or tables the year round, it is an easy matA. T.NUNNELLEY, Stanford. Mary Lusk entertained her friends at a delightful tea before returning to bchool ter to "make both ends meet." If I nt Harrodsburg. Mrs Soc Owens and were not a preacher and wanted to get Ed havo taken rooms at tho hotel. Miss rich by the labor of my hands I would 'JewJI nucWen Stallion; is a red sorrel and Mattio Alcoru, accompanied her sister havo no doubt whatever about accom- to liis 4th year; a combined roadster, very stylish Second ist ske Miss Lucy, to school at Oxford, O. Miss plishing my purpose in raising tomatoes, sirelluckshot. Jewel; Imp.dam Mllie Buclcdon, Uay by he by Uuckden; ad dama potatoes, melons and castor-oi- l beans on Dick mare; 3d data Gray Eagle. Dollie Williams hs returuei from t. U. WALTON, Ky. Mr. Napier has removed his Sanibel Island between the months of Stanford, stock of goods to more commodious October and May. I havo left my crop in the care of a trusted man and expect rooms in the centre of town. to preach tho gospel, but my good friend, MT. VERNON, KY. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE GOUNTY. Samuel is not a "burst bubble i assure This old and Hotel's still maintaid Another oil company is in the liold you, iu my opinion. in? its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeG. W. DtrxL.vr. Respectfully, cial attention to the traveling public. hero leasing lands. M. P. NEWCOMB, Prep., No new developments in the investiSam Kennedy. Tho Russellville Mt. Vernon, Ky. gation of Frank Durham's killing. Union speaks tiius complimentary of a Rev. Carniical had IS ndditions nt Lincoln county boy, who is destined to his meeting at Kirby school-housmake botli name and fame for himself: Mr. J. N. Reynolds was married to "Mr. S.R. Kennedy, trainmaster of the ROWLAND, KY., Miss Ida Jones, of Laurel, last week. O. fe N., has moved his family from Au inventory of road stock, etc., is Crab Orchard and in the futuro will Dealers in Groceries, General Merchandise, &c, being taken on tho K. C. division of tho Wo are Invites an Inflection of his lino of goods. They make this city their home. were bought for cash and the consequence U that L. & X. glad to welcome them among us. Dur- he can sell at a loner tiuure than those whodoa The K. C. rails from Sinks to Liv- ing his residence He here Mr. Kennedy has long credit business. gooddesires a share of your patronage, promising goods at the lowest livingston will bo taken up and only one made many ing prices. friends, all of whom are track used. glad ho hns decided to make this his The wires toru down in the late permanent home. Ho has also demonI. M. BRUCE, sleet are still in trouble. Only ono is strated eminent fitness for his position, working through to Louisville up to aud as the L. & N. is a progressive road AND FEED UVBY, STABLE, this writing. and appreciates men of that kind, he Several Hocks of wild turkeys havo will no doubt hold his present position STANFORD, KY. been seen of late in the woods nnd a as long as ho desires. certainly has SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL lie number killed by sportsmen. Pheasants a proud futuro to look forward to and no travelers Horses and mules bought and sold. Onlytirst-clas- s are plentiful. horsesnnd vehicles used in livery ono is prouder of it than Tho Union." Mrs. Nosbitt's school opened MonSince 1&U2 our Government has paid a day with 40 pupils in attendance. Mis. I Nesbitt'a reputation as a teacher insures thousaud million dollars to the widows aud orphans of soldiers, the deceased a full attendance. Johnnie Scott, a son lot nnd the crippled of the war, and to In the corporate limits of Rowland. Lieut. Scott, deceased, has invented anil many who were not justly entitled to 8 H J. DARST, Rowland. copyrighted tin instructive game in what they received. At the same time which 70 cards are used, something aftor it has paid IS7 million dollars to agents for services that the STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. the order of the game of authors. Tho and names of all tho presidents nud their Government would have practically givA meeting of the stockholders of the National c ibinet ollicors appear on the cards in en free. In late years the fees of these Hank 01 Hustonille will be held at their banking house in Hustonville the second Tuesday in Janu-nrbooks of three. Experts pronounce the usnsion agents havo been greatly fatten1891, which is tho 13th, for the purpose of game to bo a good one. Mrs. Cleveland ed by pension increases, brought about electing nine Directors to serve the ensuing) car. 83 J. W 1IOCKER, Cashier. and Mrs. Harrison have ordered it. Ail by the growing disabilities of benelicia-rio- s and more liberal laws iu their bethe army oilicerd with whom Lieut. Scott wasncquaiutotl hnvo given encour- ll df. Each increaso has a feo attach- STOCKHOLDERS' M3ETI1TG. agement to the young inventor by order- ment of $10 for tho pension attornejs, A meeting of the stockholders of the Firt Nawho have received on this account 12 to tional Hank will be ing a good number of the cards. .t their in Stanford on the st nd Tuesday in January, 1S01, Samson C. Doon, of this county, hi s 13 million dollars. These are the facts. which is tne 13th. f r the purpose of electing elevto ttne the ens un? year. been granted a pension. Mr. R. A. The duty of CougrebS iu the premises is en83Dirtctors JOHN J. NcUOllEUTS, Cashier. Brown is telegraphing for the C. S. nt plain. Cut down tho fees of the pension Burueide for a short time. Mr. John sharks. McChord, of Lebanon, was here during I( is generally conceded that the joint I effer for sale privately the Henry Hester farm tho week. Mr. W. W. Hart, of Conway, resolution otFored by Senator Carlisle of 60 acre of bottom Una on Due River; si acres was visiting tho editor of the Signal this sown in hat. up and all right balance in grass tho appointment of three Tlied.ilislia6 rooms; lenclsg new week. Mr. B. P. Martin was hero and to act with n like number ap- good well, file orchard and there is anearly barn, left for Lily Monday. Dr. J. J. Brown pointed by the Canadian government in 'lirm, naif caih. balance in one and two now. II not has returned from a visit to Parksville. investigating the commerce of the two with niMrut. January sot d.will be for rant. I'es- given 1, r8t. u J. V. ADAMS. Stanford, Ky. S. W. Paris was horo during the Mr. ountiio aud devising means to proweek. James Prewitt lias sold his stock mote and increase it, is a step in the of groceries to C. C. Woodall. Mr. E. right direction, and ret Mr. Carlisle sas Witt, of Gap, was with us Monday. ha ia certain that republican Senators IMMMWIII.Bai.l.W 1 am prejnred to bara wells aud Tho E. T., V. A G. has given a mort- will not allow it to be noted upon. He wrk inwU manner and prumptty will the n Rood gage of SIG.OOO.lXK) to build extensions, sar lie In t end i offering it fteaiu at me At One Dollar a Foot. next se&iioubranched and retire bonds. Call on orj&ctdrw ssx at Stanford, Kcatstckv. J L. T. SMITH. Th prohibition town of Franklin is . will dud, i()i Mr. Harris-demonstrating that "prohibition doo tfi in nuinhijr lhf Fore M'i not prohibit." A dispatch says tiutt platl-inlot 'W tl.W li'i feftW- - THE SOTBL "blind tiger" and walking iMrNXxn in will uutausouintttacojp' i.tlagtiaru. flourish like wool ou aahetp's lcJc, nnd Public ojunion, J. wrnrivi . Ol MltV.I the government huts been put to a ' ill toc it Karrodsburg, -- : iCentuekyt bun opiwmmmj to ll , expense aud the otficwrs do any h t ,'U .crow m m" '. u.t m 1 have taken p jsalar iKSTel amount of trouble in attempting to put a iun:... m . tii4m throw and intond U ruu it clirm ut thiswinner m 5Vrl ta aBrst.cba stop to tins particular violation of Uncle ait upois it, t t... ipeoasj of muum rocoeci It i Ie paprcd and PHiuicd lrs)ii ts inteuairled the ton to bot'uin. ri' cddlng is In. rn TnUd'and .i Sam's law. hi six months parsons imp' am "id icjnfort-- 1 c' illicit m (nentluu- upin i '.. Iti'si ' t.stii r ..' iefur i ".(,. rhe'bie surpass-- I Lave been K- ,.re t!o V. . c mrt for ,. t'.iii ln.tii a ut t .i.tiio--- ! ' ii"-. 'y h tcMii I e im.-si. tioa OWENS, such off usrS. o un bill. Lit. im lmhtl M !,&& FEZEL. SPECIALTY. aaiamiuuua. KrilfPi nv wjuiva miu sacvrcLni.- FINE WATCHES cash: Paid For Hides and Fur. ELIOT Stanford, E.H. FARMER, lWSORIAL ARTIST, first-clas- s SS-6- FOB, RE1TT. T7-- tf Eliza-bethtow- n. 1 NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. e. J. C. ELMORE, im m For Salo Twenty Building Lois blood-sucker- s y, banking-rujus- Farm For Sale. is I vr. W3SE.r BORIKTG. I - I I'QC-ai- sl prnal bt-o-ti CQMBRQM OWTOw. ou-siderab- j ! 1 - 11 -- h'K-ua- i -- ! - - iiitt ui Vs"-- kv ..- - v tVj. v-- 4- it I . - ' Gen. Thomas II. Tavlor has been The con. con. pulled itself together after a fashion Tuesday, though less than renominated and confirmed chief of po-lic- ri Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournsl - o T i 'M in Louisville. John S. May, of Pulaski, is said to Stanford, Ky.,- January 9, 1S91 bean aspirant for lieutenant governor on tho republican ticket. In Illinois a democratic speaker of F the Lower Houso was chosen, but th republicans mado a temporary organizaEmma Aiinorr, "Honest Little Einmn" tion of the Senate. of Opera fame, died nt Salt Lake, TuesTho Connecticut Legislature has or day, of pneumonia, two years to a day ganized and the board of canvassers after her husband, Mr. Wetherill, died have reported and Governor Luzon U. of the same disease at Denver. Starting Morris and the entire democratic ticket Its, c., lifo very poor, Little Emma worked her were declared elected. Chaxdlkr's scheme to Bteal New way to fame and fortune and died with Including Trust Companies and Tinearly a million of dollars. It is said Hampshire has apparently succeeded, tle Companies, the banking capital of that when a little girl she sang on the the eases against Clerk Jewitt having Louisville is in round numbers $11,000,-00- 0 street for pennies. A gentleman, recog been dismissed for want of jurisdiction. and the surplus $5,500,000, making ork This decision leaves the matter of mak- nearly $20,000,000. nizing her ift, took her to New This is divided Costs where she served tho choir of a church ing up the roll of members of tho House among 30 banking institutions. to and which afterwards sent her to Eu- in Clerk Jewett's hands and ho will A very destructive fire visited rope to complete tho cultivation of her make it so that Tuttle, republican, will to we Fifteen to Tuesday morning. voice. Tho money thus obtained was bo elected governor and Blair U. S. Sen- buildings were destroyed, entailing a We've stoclt, promptly paid back to the church from ator. Thus the will of the people will loss of about $50,000. Tho insurance on So the first that she earned. She made bo thwarted and attention again revert houses and contents was $12,t50. The cumes to money fast and was very liberal with it ed to tho fact that a republican form of fire is thought to havo been incendiary. settled, by with charitable objects. When tho government does not exist in the Nutof Tho Hebrews of the country are Louisville cyclone carried death and de- meg State. discussing the question of the adoption struction before it she was the first to Jt'Doiso by tho newspaper expres- of the Christian Sunday by their race as telegraph a contribution of $1,000 to the a day of woiship. Dr. Emil Hirech. of Her last words on earth sions no event in Kentucky journalistic Chicago, sufferers. lias discontinued Saturday sercircles is looked forward to with more rou were "I am not afraid to die" and then to vices in the synagogue of which he is tt her spirit went to make melody with tho interestand favor than the return of pastor. to G. Logan to his old place on the angels. The New York Press is authority very Louisville Times. We hope the news is Tub Force bill, which old man Hoar true and that the scintillating genius of for the statement Urn 21 .000,000 acre? of No weathsaid he would have passed inside of 10 his inimitable paragraphs will soon land in the United States are under con got European aristocrats days, was most beautifully adorn the editorial page of that enter- trol of and that one Englishman Scull v owns Monday. Senator Stewart, of Nevada, prising paper, and find their way as beotiULu ukii luuiv. icoivinc uvo lu uuiuv nceci. 10 nni.mi who thinks that some financial legisla- fore to the editorial pages of more than !K),000 acres in Illinois, tilled by tenant " - wr v c farmers, from whom he receives $200,000 Overcoat. important than that half the papers in the State. tion is much more yearlv. partisan and infamous measure, took its Set. There is nothing more shocking in The Cumberland Gap Ice and Cold advocates completely by surprise by moving, just as Senator George was modern warfare than the cruel slaugh- Storage Company has commenced operabout to begin to speak against it. to ter by the U. S. nrmy of defenseless In- ations at Cumberland Gap. It has a casubstitute the financial bill. Hoar, Ed- dian women and children at Wound cd pacity of 10 tons of ice per day, mid eight Main Street, Stanford, Ky, of them werr foun d rooms for the storage of meat, butter, ni. munds aud their allies expostulated and Knee. Sixty-threcorps, but how many more eggs, etc. One of the rooms will hold threatened, but the motion was declared by the burial in order and upon a vote being taken it were killed may never be known. This 2,500 kegs of beer. sign as committeeman of the C. O. preThe Louisville A Nashville is pushto 2i), eight western Sen- massacre should be fully investigated, was carried cinct, as he had moved from aid pre ators joining with the democrats in the and its responsibility fully placed, for ing to completion its extension from cinct and he having refused to resign, it yeas. The names of the gentlemen who the crime deserves not only execration Cumberland Gap east to Norton, V., was moved and seconded that owing to ,i .J , .i. y - s' are threatened with discipline are. Messrs. but it perpetrators condign punish- about 70 miles, to connect with the Nor- Mr. Chuppell's moving out of the pre1 ment. folk and Western system, and it is exfk JLj.a'i Teller aud Wolcott, of Colorado; Jones . TT T 1 rlT W3 pected to be completed aud the connec- cinct that it is the opinion of this meetand Stewart, of Nevada; Shoup and ing that the place of committeeman is The Louisville Times very truly says: tion made bv March 1. of Idaho; Washburn, of Minneunanimously "Col. Dick Warren, of Lincoln, has deGov. Waterman, of California, whoso vacant, which motion was sota, and Stanford, of California. All veloped wonderful strength everywhere Is Receiving His Motion made and seconded carried. administration was a failure, signalized honor to them! W. A. Carson be appointed will carry eiuce his announcement, aud his unworthiness for the position by that Mr. The Georgetown Times, like the Rich- his own district Hnd section nearly solid- pardoning 62 convicts, including mur- committeeman for tho C. O. precinct mond Register, has a reputation for re- ly." These are not all he will carry by derers, robbers and others, most of whom and tho meeting respectfully asks tho Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. Maj. Norman has the advan- fully deserved the sentences which they chairman of the State committee to apliability and punctuality to be proud of. a In 25 years it has never missed an issue, tage of appointees and attorneys, but ho received, during the last few weeks of point Mr. Carson as committeeman. GO TO. except when it was burned out, and has is handicapped by a general desire that his term. FOR FARMERS AND TRADERS. oe an entirely new ileal in never been more than two hours behind ttiere snail The Chesapeake aud Ohio fast extho timo it fixed to appear. Mr. John the auditor's olfire. press ran through n trestle near John White soiu to J. 11. Irvin a lot, A. Bell, a gentleman of the old school beyond Mt. Sterling, and Engin- of fat hogs at H. The State National Bank at Frankfort, aud a writer of force and ability, has Fayette Hewitt president and Charles eer F. A. llilburn, of Huntington, W. ".IIOIJKI. Spencer Hubble bought in Garrard steered the craft's honorable course from E. Hogecashier, makes a splendid show- Va., and Fireman Ed McNeill, of For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats of all kinds, Cieani Cheese and Boyle a lot of fswling cattle at 1. its inception and made it one of the ing. It is less than IS months old, yet Ky., were insumtly killed, but imciccrc, MAcenrom, I'ickles, J Inminy, Sauces, Olives, MinccMc.it, George H. Bruce sohl to B. D. For several strange to say none of tho pa&sengeia Holtaclawa lot of 150 pound bhoats at best papers in Kentucky. I'uddine, Dried Fruits, Prunes, Raisins, Currants, Nuts and Candies. it already has a surplus of $20,000 and years he his been assisted iu his editori- individual depositsamounting to were hurt. $160 al duties by his charming and cultivated The Montana legislature assembled W. L. Caldwell & Son sold to an Il- Also plain and fancy Glass and Queensware, Lamps and Lanterns of on a capital of $150,000. Its sucdaughter, Miss Lila Bell, and his son, cess is ahead of anything we have heard at Helena. The democrats have n ma- linois man their mule jack, Cleaver, for every description. Tyson C. Bell, who will be able to keep of in Kentucky banking. jority in each House, but the republican $1,250. is now receiving and opening the largest nndf finest stock of Holirepresentatives and five of their partithe paper up to its high standard after J. H. Hays, of the East End, sold to He day Goods and Toys ever brought to this market. its founder has gone to tho reward thnt The effort to beat Senator Cameron in sans from Silver Bow county, who were Robinson, of Garrard, 13 head of t awaits the upright and conscientious Pennsylvania was very abortive. He not elected, organized a sepurate House, cattle nt 3 rents. journalist. was renominated by tho republican cau- thus resuming the tactics which governAbout 200 cattle wore sold at Paris cus without any "difficulty, which of ed them at the previous session. court Monday at 2 to3J. Broke mules In order to divert attention from their coureo Judge Leake, of the Richmond, Va., brought $.W0 to $:'50a pair. insured his Tho clan miserable mismanagement of affairs and Cameron is still very powerful iu the chancery court, has decided that the neRoltert Robinson, of I'reachersville, aslo stop dibcupsion of tho McKinloy CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. gro daughter of the late W. A. Thomas Keystone Suite. sold to Holmes of La Rue county, an ex bill and other outrageous measures, the is entitled to his ostate, valued at tra good pair of mules for $350. administration is trying to leave the imNEWS CONDENSED. The case will be taken to the SuCoffee, Tea, Mdasscs, pression that we havo been very badly Syrups, Honey, John Murphy has rented from the Sugar, Judge s for 1SO0 will preme Court and if that nlllrms The railroads' treated by tho English in the Behring Salt, Vinegar, Starch. Candles, Tucker heirs their farm of 2O0 acres situ Lard, Flour, Meal. Leake's decision, Miss Bettie Thomas Sea business and that an apology or war bo nearly $700,000,000. for this year for Lewis will be the richest young colored ated hear Maywood, Cairo, 111., suffered a fire that de- must be tho result. But it won't work. $150. GOODS: lady in the land. The people pee through the subterfuge stroyed $100,000 worth of property. Cattle are fairly active in Cincinnati, Spices, Cheese, Maccaroni, Flavoring Extracts, It is said that tho L. & N. has also and know that there is not n sufficient with Itest shippers at 4.05; feeders 8 to CRAB ORCHARD. Raisins, Figs, acquired control of tho Kentucky Union. Citron, Prunes, Currants--, aisui belli to involve two mighty nations 3J; hogs are higher, best bringing S.S0; W. F. Shehan was elected speaker of ifc Harris shipped Mid- - sheep are steady at 2J to 5J. to Holdam Parlor and Hall Lamps, In bloodshed. Blaine's jingo policy is Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, of baled hay at $15 painfully pyrotechnical, but even that the N. Y. House, the first democrat for dlesboro a The farmers tell us that they are Queensware and Tinware. per ton. capable schemer cannot puM tho wool years. having good success with their lamb. Mason J. Niblack, of Knox county, are The nuuiler U unusually large and the The members of the W. C. T. over tho public's eyes. was chosen speaker of the Indiana requested to be present at the meeting weather has been propitious for the bui-nesLovi.no W. Gainbs has performed n House. Saturday evening at Mrs. W.T.Stephen- in securing tho consolidation cxmji The L. & N. directory declared a ton's. It is Haid that the oldest mare in KKEiOT of tho Clarksvillo Democrat with his semi annual dividend of 2J per ceut. and The Ehi Eud wants to know wheth- America ia owned by Danial Heaiock, Progress, which will bo jointly edited took $38,521 to the surplus. er the acta of Squire Chuppell as justice who lies near Cambridge City, la. ho and published by himsolf and J. R. WilW. 0. Dismuke was elected speak- of the peace of Grub Orchard are Ieaal is and wa nurchasfd l,y Uivtars old son, Jr., who has been city editor of tho er of the Tennessee Senate and Thos. R. after he becomes a citizen of SUmford. him during the Mexican war. Progress. As both papers paid separ- Myers speaker of the House. Dr. 11. F. Zller has moved his fain-ilAt the time of his death Electioneer ately the union is bound to rosult in inAllie Hoop, the young man acciWe regrst deeply to had B2 sons and daughters in the 2..J0 to CtiUeuden. creased financial advantage to both of dentally shot bv Policeman Waggoner, lose him as a citizen and a physician. list aud of them have record i hitter tho gentlemen. of Harrodsburg, died Tuesday. Ivan Fish went to It Ad Hous to attend than 250. Nutwood is at the head of Rodney Withers, son of a Cynthi-an- a hop given by the Misnos Shearer. Mim living Tiie State government of Wisconsin is sin, having 51 in the list. banker, shot ami killed another lit- Maud IVttus is visiting relatives in now in tho hands of tho democrat for Three .piartors of the fnrmers of this Mr. Will Mullins, of Idaho, is country the first time in 15 years. The inaugu- tle boy, John Atkinson, with a Flohert for are staggering under heavy ration of "Bid Boy" Peck as governor rille, which he didn't know was loaded. the gue&t of Mr. Alex Beacley. Judge mortgages. All right, gentlemen. If The Duober Watch Case Company, W. 0. Hansford has moved into the was a momorable atlhir and was largely "Cast o rl n It so cll adpUl to chlMrrn Umt Oiwtnrla rurrs Oollo, Onnsttpiitlon, you like the fun keep at it. If you do fx'tirbtntiutcti, DUrrliiHn. Kmrtnuon, I reeoouaefu itiwtiuMTi6rtfliuij'iroecriUm attende 1. Wisconsin foil into tho dem- which recently removed from Newport, property recently occupied by Mr. V. l not, why, there's the ballot box aiul '02 Kill Wuruu, jjiveti mid iirutaotra illkaoun to toe " II. A. Auomwi, M. I)., K(UOU, ocratic Hue at tho lusteloutiou with such Ky.,to Canton, O., has assigned, with F. Kennedy. Miss Sophia Douglas, of is not fsr olf. N. Y. Herald. Bo. Oxford St., UroukJyn, N. Y. Ill Witltuul InjuriniM Medication. n determination as to warrant the belief liabilities of ?.t59,O00 and nominal asset May wood, is the guest of Mrs. E. B, BarJohn D. Hunt, of Clark, lias just Tan Cbjjtur Cuviunv, 77 Murray Etreot, N. V. of $1,500,000. ker. Mi Annis Fish, of Terre HauU, lost the m re he rode in Morgan's cavalthnt Bbe has come to stav. The Baldwin Locomotive Works ( Intl., is the gtiort of Mrs. James Fish. rrcrtTrarinTTreryyTC ry. .She whs XI and raised a colt after Law and common, sense are not built in 1300 953 locomotives and 'the At an impromptu hop given Mon- she was 2' years old, a ciicuiusUncc one and tho same, that is if a cer- Schenectady works 337. Sixty por cent, day night we note a few of the cogtumrs: rarely occurring tain judge in WUconsiu knows what of the engines were or a hea- Miss Saiiie GrH, brown bilk and velvet, common sengo it. Ho amiuiingad on vy type of engine. In the talk ahotit the abamiomnent of diamonds; Miss Hattie Henry, Lancastaking fits oitfae that ha interned to A. R. Stuart, leasee of the .'southern ter, heliotroos satin, jwarle; Miss Uda New Kiuland farms, the eondiiiou of "acoojrlmg lu coinmuu sefiifc," Construction and Stone Quarry Com pu black silk, ruUh; ML Maiy Virginia in thii resfwet seams to have eases decided ly him ny, near Howling Green, has failed for Edmuton, In six years hen overlooked. Ttt Ohl Dominion and plush, have been appealed and revere. wrW) 30,000, with liabilities probably les Curtis, blue silk uray sergoRhinestones; haa l5,tKAi,o aeivsol wornwii IoImcco and ribbon, Miss Kat Curtis, hu lias h worse opinion of tho law now than half that amount. natiiMl Sowers; Miss AJdie Herrin, fields an I o'Ji.-- lands which are now than even , The News says the Cumberland Gap Bro-vand tinaei trimmings; Mim nnproiitablc and are seeking oconp.-in- t Has the largest and Qwteut and Lime Company has been B.uitirtajpM,blacksllkaadUc",parls;W very low ; McCrjurV baa had a bill mused sit'innon h . omitUuii to develop the immense beds Miss M and lttiw. jrrwii ailk and bt;ih"ih! soliwm-- nrc m th- House for a $75,000 public huildiuy MOST COMPLETE STOCK at Rn limond. It will very likely pats f Stjnsut rock and limestone which autcttiystS; jtfisd isiiio Stm-fl-, red 'ailk, foot to imiuw iinmlfatit with wn. y ' ' piai! Lriiuminff. ItuiBsUne; Mm Ma-- 1 to amlonsd farm. With thi the Semite, bnt if Harrison follows his i'.bcKftHTtli that locality. bo.tr! of Ai-Mis- t inclination and usual policy towards the -- Nt JJ. S. circuit court at KaahfJlle, uie Kin, plniJ surah, natural tfonerr, o'jj i ir- i Wctclic.ii 1 ii I.tiii Dillioii, flowered China ajlk, cuiu;-.'- - .:!- - yl(i nll a iu South in auau matters, it will strike a Tea a., tlfosed to appoint a receiver tur lh l.oubvttl Southern, but required a penr.s-- , .miss Amu run, gamut caMimnrw uu- - :u .. .v .itii it gets to him. snag Umu Uu it ;t ever sh6wn In Stanford at prico bon of 100,080 instil, to indemnify aud vlvet, !lowm; .fiaa Alice Moore, less the tii'- ur itnpiMVed with f'rtil-iztf- f as low as the lowest. rjAK&BiiK, vtlio got lib millions- by the Mi.m.rt fsrtbe breach of routrsnt. !.). bhiemlic an l white lct, n l i It it r sjnitwiii of ct1rivttun "prQtftetion," has run a 10 per cent. At a party Saturday night a difficulAt a UD.UM meeting hdd by tho dem- thy wdl rotitiuue H lw Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, traduction upon the w UjjHrf of his 2,000 ty arose !awtn a sou of Ben Wheeler, ocrats of Crab Orchard, Jan. 7th, with worthhss,i that it would ht? folly tor who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have employes at his I'ituhurg works. The of Garrard county, and a son of Jordan Dr. J. P. Pettus ss chairman aud V. J. immigrnntH tj tettl9 up.u thui nnl n jobs to the city. Knraving of all kinds beautifully done O'-- i high protective uml provided for in the HanUy, f M.tHson coun, in which YAm'i ton swreUry, it wa.j riHolvi .1 th U they h.i in.. u v aj).ir.' liesidc-- what benefit of tin young Wi vUt was shot thr ugli the a hill is ijold an J silver taken at market price. ' Your trade and work is solicJlclvinl.-in '" appouttt'l to Man on the pun ,i- - .. t,,,- Mtm-- i win, uiiU-,t li Miaul, rich, the poor Uvtt - a nut in it. lnpitdny. Mr. J. .. Chapmen and ask him to re- - them. ( in- uina Cm .n er ,..i, ited and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PLXNV". a-Roll- ingfor quo-rumleea W. WALTON. The women a quorum was presont. who have a desiro to hold their eoparato nronertv and wear their husbands breeches camo near capturing tho body. Mr. Miller moved to table tho whole business, but that was defeated and at one tiino the proposition seemed to have a majority. This is an other attempt to meddle with purely legislative aflairs, instead of keeping down to tho business of constitution making proper. '91. We Start the Ball the New Year '91 With the greatest January sale ever known. $40,000 Worth Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Trim Carpets, 39 MERCILESSLY SLAUGHTERED. Nothing reserved. not considered. Profits ignored and prices 'nit down the lowest notch ever recorded. Regardless 'of what prices olhers may guarantee save you anywhere from. 25 50 per cent, on any name, article you may buy from us. got a larger better assorted and of a decidedly superior make titan any of them. Clothing far asmatter is concerned, this is the case more especially when it a of endurance. The question supremacy is wear and. tear. APPEARANCES ARE DECEITFUL. to-rcmi- Em-me- side-tracke- d non-reside- er, andbear in mind we've Overcoats, Storm Coats, Ulsters, Cape Coats, at the lowest prices for the best garments ever shown in this neighj ji luw mnnit.a uini no an $3f2'hc person who holds No. 520 will please call for the Parlor -W can buy a Suit which will, as tho' it will prove equal any emergency; but at the critical nwment it disappoints you. The important point is buy where reliability is regarded as a matter of the first importance. blizzard yet, but still enough you that this's Overcoat w v V m THE LOUISVILLE -- e STORE SALINGER, rN -- Manager. 3-- 1 M.4G.RUPLEY,-MV" Mc-Conn- m MtMliM r JW nrv cCiff M.. :at.A FALL AND WINTER GOODS. jug-ful- l. j Step-ston- e, A. A, WARREN'S GROCERY" r Kil-gor- e, 5175,-53S.5- 3, 1,400-pou- Fine and Staple Groceries, FAHINACKOl'S Jt pay-roll- car-loa- d l rABRIS HARDIN. s. dc-t- M y ' 1 1 a IxsSSMSSlS Infants and Children. bU-oj- - Hie Old Keliabls Jewelers in the Leacl. 'W 1 . r ;A. R. Penny and Jewelry tm r.-- - 4 ? . , --- - f i -- ,.. - thtut 1 1 '. - 1 pnn-!i.Hii- t'-sen- j s f'-- I , "4-- . - --- iiiJit- - N 7; Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Your account settled. Stanfoiio, Kv., - Januaiiy IS- Anotheii Pkedution. Prognosticator buildiugt, is well watered and fenced and a deir. old board, whose names appear to engaged with the Louisville Store as the ahle place irenerally. Call on or addreu meat present Stanford, Ky. an advertisement in another column, J. U. Smith predicts that the L'Sth sutt'smuu. or G. A. PEYTON. cold spell will be the last till tho Mm. J. 15. Pathick. of Juckson, ar were L0th of this month, when it will bo exrived Tuesday to visit her parents, Capt. will WANTED- - CLERK. I have engaged the services of Mr. C tremely cold and those so desiring and Mrs. Thomas Itichards. C. llreexe, a fine jowelor, and am pro get an opportunity to fill their iceAn experienced voting man wanted to clerk in Mit. C. C. IJukkse, af ML Ollead, 0.. need apStore. Nothing tut pared to do anything in that line. houses with thick ice. The prognostica- a Generalroom for Inafer Multa nuttier well rec- All kinds of CONFECTIONERIES, Nuts and Cakes, pure handcome ply; ro of arrived Tuesday to take the iosition made Candies a specialty. Watches, clocks, etc., repaired on short tor frequently evinces tho fact that he ommended. Ad Jres, statins prkn, &c jeweler at V. 11. McKoberta'. V. L McCARTY. H. McUoberts. knows what he is talking about. notice. Kln;ville, Ky i Miss Noha Kkllkv returned yesterdny from a visit to Somerset accompanied by Ik the city council hos any money to Out customers will ploflso remember h- -r friend, Miwj Lillie Pott us. that wo expect our accounts to be paid throw away it miht put it where it Served in any style. My rooms are elegantly fitted up. was the up tho end of each mouth. We are would do more good limn lighting tho tt There came to my farm r"Mit the nt of sJ&J Kaiseule Cami-bel- l Main street, Stanford. S. S. MYERS. a Kr-WliKK Slhl'.K utth brats nubs g icst of her aunt, Mrs. J. S. Iluguw, re- greatly in need of money and would es- streets in tho day time. There is no on horns, is or ' )iarsold ami uil) weigh a brut he owner an get him by paying teem It a great favor to have our accounts earthly sense in permitting tho lamp 1,000 pounrii turning to school at Lexington. for advi ruling ar i tjatturaee lighter to have the lamps burning by MuJamim Hu.iiin, of Hloomingtoii, paid. M. F. Klkin A Co. W A IIAMILION 111., arrived yesterday to visit the family to 3.0 r. v.. Tho charge burns out belk'KNUD Oit. The Middlesboro News of .Mr. J. M. Wray and Miw Jennie fore the time when they are most needed A. says that S. II. Hruce lost his store and and tucbolatol pedestrian gropes around Hughes. Sunday night, valued at In darkness.Mayor Valideveer, can't Cmt. Kosiehad the honor of taking contents by tire for 32,000. Tho young Farn For Sale. you stop this useless leak to the treas- A Blue-Gra- ss the new supuriutundunt, W. P. Pike, $3,000 and insured building ury? over this division Tuesday on bin first man who was sleeping in the was aroused Imrelv in tim to got out. othVinl trip. I urler for le privately the Henry Heter farm In our last issue appeared this item: of 60 acrw, all rich bottom .and; at acre Mk. John H.CitAiii returned Tuesday own in wheat; the balance In graft N. directory mot in New "J. N. Terrell, of the klahoina LegislaTiik L. commerfnmi one of the most profluMu York, rntinVd the purchfHW of tho Ken- ture. Bhot and killed (i. W. Umbreo in The dwelling ha six room an J is in gaedro-juti- r, It eottieti cial tours he ever enjoyed. 1 hre i a new ham, good well, fine orh-ar- d tucky Central and ordonwl the property Guthrie because li testified against him fencing en the place. and natural for him to m'U goods. to lJ taken pntdoii of. Mr. M. II. in court." Since its publication inforthrough lf Termt cah: balance in 11 and it Col. W. O. Ukaulky of the I. A. N., Smith, been obtained, which leaves months I'utteition to bt' ivcti Feb. 1, 1S91. to Louisville Tuesday Uhvtt an oporii-Uo- was then elected president of thu K. C. mation has murder(l man is a Apolr to roe or my apent, A Tnhble, at performed on hw thront, m hich has and Mr. II. V.. Huntington retained as no doubt that the of the late Peyton Kmbroe, of Stanford. Ky. nephew of lute. I' I'F.YTON. M. D. J. been giving hitn ninth trouble this place. Some days before the killing Miw. Puiimblia Hnows went down to M. Hail, executor of Ijlmnon Tuesday to see Httlu Clem Hill HvAuriKn. Sum Monefe arrived he wrote Mr. John AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER WAGON Vnclo Pate, to semi him a check to and Oliver Chilled Plows. I have just received a brand new stock paldlug, who Iim a wvero attack of from Frankfort at 10:16 Monday night Grat as the initials are his it 10? Acret Hue and and of ioj Acreof on CrahLand at and full line of repairs. Also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, which is pneuuioiiin. I'r. IVyton is attending with tho commiuion of tU new county Guthrie and How laud. Urch is tho parson ard pike ( miles from Stanford Excellent house judge, Wallace K. Varnon, who itmiiodi-atol- y looks very much like hu linn. conceded the best one made. for meant, though Mr. Hail has hoard noth- and itahW 50 acre jtivcncultivation. Ponewion t once ot both placet .an be qualified and awptwl thu bond of One of tha I.nthhiok Jovrnal's best OWSLEY, MILLER A3NTD patrons !h Samuel M. Holmh, who pays J. X. Mmefeo as sheriff of Lincoln coun- ing definite. S.) 4t Star lord, Ky. for about half a down xtrs. Hh was ty. It was a race against time, but Sam Minstrels Tiik Duncan Clark Female Heavy and Shell Hardware, Salt, Lime and Cement. in Tuesday to settle and was looking was equal to it. gave a good entertainment at tho Opera I can furnish you almost anything you need in the Hardware or Groceflhud to sow his Since he Monday night and if any one Dk. II vu., of New" York, lectured at House cery line. wild oats he has settled down into a went expecting to m a vulgar perform-mic- e and honored eitiien and to ap- the Christian church Wednesday steady he was diwippomtod. The dresses to get nmrried ami stay parently doing well financially. of tho ladies were of course ubreviated, lecture was much above the Ma. (Jkoikie W.Suu'LM, ticket agent so." Tim average and was liberally interspersed but not more m than can be seen in any of the Queen and Cruecunt in this city, nothing occurred which with humor, which seemwl to lw great- opera, and gave a Xew Year's uw reception as would have shocked the sensibilities of Dealer in attaches ly enjoyed. The Dr. has arranged with nny lady. The singing and dancing Hl'stoxville, Ky., restaurant to tho the Christian hmleavors for a return of the road, which was a most enjoyable were good and tho statuary exhibition GROCERIES AND Mr. SehulU date nnd will deliver another lecture very tine. George Manning has few su Saturday Bveaing. Fob. 1 alfair. Lexington Prens. 'SI, here Feb. 10th. Gla8swaro, Tinware, &c. wai formerly agent at McKinney and periors ns a delineator 01 negro At a o'clock. has monv friends in this county. exceedingly funny, while Review is the Tiik Has on hand a'frcsh supply of canned goods of every description, capital name of a new paper juet started at Charles Haynes not only made s maccaroni, beans, prunes and in fact everything found in' fa CITY AND VICINITY. Waynesbun. by L. (J. and I. C. Hooch, uml man. but with hi wile did a roller In order to close our partnership and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, grocery. Tobaccos All kinds of produce wanted. A. T. real estate agents. It is a handsome akato diuicing act that could not be business, raisins, &c, in great variety. Give my Nudavene, something new, Wood, tho gentlemanly little sheet, of cours, as it was printed beat. Frank Nnnnelley. olllce, ami contains some good manager, surprised everybody by ap- We will ell to tke kHcWttt buMcr the abo c named a trial. at this Tiiosk indebted to me will greatly reading about tho advantages of rrfrt'. that sec- pearing as a contortionist and booting Temi-Copporoblige by settling at their earliest third cah; the rriindr in , tion. Tho gentlemen have a number of anything of the kind ever in tho hoiibu. it and 8 mouths, with interett from day of tale. a. c. SINE. tunity. Miss Annie Wray. J N.ME.VEFEE desirable farms, lots and timber lands W D. J G. WEATHERKORD, MATRIMONIAL MATTF.RS. Cut. Thank Hahhis has rented the for sale at reasonable figures. Address HutoniHe Ky jo.td J. K. Carson and Miss Sallio Johnprorty of Capt. TIioiimih Richards on them at Waynesburt:, Kv. will move into it Sth near Mclower Main street ami Tiik following officer of thu 1. 0. 0. F. son were married on the Kinney, hs soon as it is vacatwl by tlm captain . The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. ol go were instnllwl TiuMlity night: and his family. Miss Mildred, daugi.tor of Chief Attruftec it NUk Brckcr, I will on N. G.; J. A. Mcltoburta, V. G.; Myers, SASXI, LUMBER, Justice Fuller, was married at WashingT. V. Nall, who mwl to bo considered A. C. Sine, Secretary; J. X. Menofeo, 12, 1891 IJOORS, ton to II. C. Wallace, of Tacotim. m oracle in aim arounu iumiuiiyiuu, Treaaurer; J. A. Alton, Warden: I. M. d".r in Sunfortl, Ky. Mr. Win. Cloyd and Miss Kato Cow- Ilctore the S5LINIJS, 1. US- it. .. .. 11... .!. a i.ut! SIDING, uvm II1W HMluniiiR t p iM audi n to the hijhett bidder revi ffjiln . u- - Hruce, Conductor; 1. Hampton, R. S.; an weie united in m.irriage yeaterday. Weather for the next t0 days T. I. yhelton. 1 V. The Uohlun Rule uiite: Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. )n 1'rin iti The groom ia a Chk'.v nintv widower of nthcr II ueriiji-- Pre, a lot of nice Furniture and .. , t W Carts mnw uij mm wiIIHi coot nun .1... ...t.t. K... 1ti.lu Kiicampment, No. 47, elected the follow- :Riand the bride a comely maiden of 22, a lot Turnpike rffecu; nine olin, Dnlls, IVk, cinttini' . ing ofilcers on the aame night: S. S. lour work snow and rain. bhevrU, ,Vr; one Srwuw neighborhood. Horwt. two wll brjkc Mule and cither perioral Myers, C. 1.; J. A. Allen, rf. W.; Win. of tho McKinney YikTBniAV was tho 7ttth anniversary Judge W. E. Varnon officiated at PIi-VWe carry a full stok fcvry thing found in a MII.I.KR. Damthorty, J. W.; JosopliSevereuco.Sr., of tliw laittleof NuwUilwnti, in which H. I ; A. C. his flrst marriage Wednesday, when he Sine, Scribe; T. L. Slielton, Okl Hickory" made himwlf famous. joined in the bonds of holy wedlock W. Trtmeuror. was duly celebrated by many M. Davis and Mit Nettie Elam, both of Tlw ovent Examine our designs and specifications before letting jour contract Tiik nuwa that tho waits ten dance t( theKaet Knd. Tho judge is a capital A. Umi.i(lr,n,nl P C tffV. ,!f 1. Ulll.1t lomocratie clubs all oyer tlw country by - rtsidenre, uar the Crab Orchard pi.--, for blllldlllg Ap. SINK & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. and can always be found at his hUlat- mil from St..nford,im ye oldon time and no longer a fashionable knot-tiehtmquttUi, penkiiift ahout ono ami must ko, will be recwivod with stand in the Court-Hue- . Tiikbk are not many newipapcrs that much regret by the lovera of that dance Invitations are being issued to the 14, 1S91, ' to bavu a Count for an wlltor, here. A convention of dancing matters mairiageof Miae Maud Turpin Ilupley cn allbrd puhlitly tli p.anal proper tv af which he but tho Danville Advocate i 0119 of at Brooklyn decided that it is nut of date to Dr. II. K. Hourigan, of Marion, which ill died potkJ, conHtiK prnii.,.nlly ot tham. Tho last issue wy that Harry aud substituted for it the Oxford Minu- is to be Mlemniaed at the residence of TwnllirKf. rctrlinr Mule. 4 Milk Cows yeur- Giovannoli, an Italian Count, !uw takun et a movement something similar to Mr. ami yr.ftld Callk 3 irUu(. t Mr. 11. C. Kuplay, on the Ubc Hu:l, '. a!ve, ahout o llog, 310 snocktoi editor. tho position of local rToddar,7 Macks ot 75 birreU of tho military sohottieche. Tho IlJelare Miw Maud ia an excellent younic 'dy, aortad Corn, about TiMothy Uav, Wheat Drugs, Books and Stationery, Pciuts, Oils and Window Glass, Wall rj bubU of will join with uh in and Kitchen Furniture, vomrlete vet FarmThomas RitiiAim baa rentetl will succeod the old galop, while the whose miinv friends Cait. ing implement, including new Whiielcy Mower, Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobrtccos, Watches, Clocks, Wood Hake and Wheat Drill Jkc , ftc. tho Tribblo Houho at Junction City nnd Mettlesome and Portland will take thu wishing her a long life of happlneaa. under, cab in IwfuI; 13 and much-likeTermt' Sum polka. Tho Jewelry and Silverware. Col. W. G. Wai.cn wont to Louisville Jvcr that amount,of fcredit of mouth on tiMoa will move IiIh excellent family to that place of the a teeurMy, bcartn; interet lroen date. witb days. The cawiain Is a prospect for fun ahead w extremely good. yesterday. place in a few 8t" J B, PAXTON.Admr. A vuJr aim J. W. Tumor, a lone most genial gentleman and is well miitd The average youngster ha enough trou N. M., adx'er-Usefor the position h takes w maiinr of ble hi learning to "perform" tlm regular widower of Eliaabethtown, Wax Railroad da ii oei and noodnetw knowa what he'll Tho in a matrimonial paper for a wife, hnetelry. that dq whan he atrikea the above fancy and ia reeponae to it he received 137 anI -4c" to " mv '"" u' about 130 acre, 3 3 Tiik MeliiUeny Family could uothare aiene. swers. Of tha nnn",r he waa more par- Huh'i ahoilt i'i in.ln ncrth s' '!!ar.tfrd on tb ftnprh pi.e, Thert '''H' balance 5 broiijtht orr from Lancaater the) SP the neat hand ar .iIkiiK 50 rjs in wheat ..' r, , their car A fimm broke out iu M. Simon's dry ticularly attracted tv l veilirtfi f.rm ril ct in '. '.. earli-- r than tlte 5:30 train Ut night, but writing and tuodes.t vxpmaaJona of MUa of new in.l In otfmi gouda atora at Wincbeater Tiieetlay w em il ui'J tb.i K C. promised that it should be O Klla Graaty, of Triv'x county, Ky., and a Vu be lvenni'n '.ittly. t r pirn 'irs.st, J. P. o. Alter tta morniaff and dcatroyi tite Operarllouae eorreapondence nether or her-- "U ti i"'. which rapidly ilniley, St.11 ' r t' .irn.ned at e loaa to that coiujKuty ia Tha d b'ock. CiPvi'rat.. r WlfHERS. at Winchester the company dertloped into lfttcra of tore and a propST I aud coatumea from about 114,000, inauraiu't $10,000; Mia. osition of niarriagv It wa accvptetl on instrument ft Ford, milliner, 14,000, iniuranco SI, 300; H wen prv ould ho pleased alIm.Hi Ciuciiinatlamiareaa condition that C 10,000, eov lirvH-bnentertainment. 31. Simon A Co., dry k muat haye been for 1 vi r to give a vtwl by inan ranee. The poatoifice had ter meeting. The b. "8 arrived thia week and in of jaat heeu ttted up with near boxes and Mr. Turner Tiik Inmnt o(Snrviaoa ronaiatl ng he waa Breeding back to hia K. furoUnra by the Oparm Hoa Company 24 hours Meeara. J. M. Oook. J. W. Uivena, J. with Maa Oraaty's head Cnreat- - imlTrn' V irV i ' ' a. and John Bright, at a coat of $700 and ia a total low with weaterubome i..n.h. t. 'i f r Modtrale Fees. C'arauii, M. K. Haatin sweet-ea- t the 3 Our Office Is Opposite t S Patent OWIeo. no insurance. The atampa and curd) reposing on hia li. aider in Mw Monday evenZ) 1, n iu aeeeion inka3tiui6tlitiatuoe anil wn run . vr- ,u Mi kind of niatrini'nial contidence. Kennedy', worth $300 were also burned. The Mawmiiti-iriing and report Seud'i..dt i'v , irp"to..tlfh ueocrln-tlo- n Family performed at the Opera ibeny c '.t. lo If itmf iMp or not. fre ol AFFA'.P.S. QHUHCJJ books in eootl condition. Not aa inauy li ciartT" tmrfii t t ,1 till jm'i rtlenrel. changes are being made aa uaual wind, House that night, and lobt their entire M Oiitaln ratent,"Mtth A Pamphlet. "H J B WSLLS.Ph. O. Preeo.Ollc. UlUer Milton i:ilioU lw ruceivwl are wardrobe and all their instruments aud BMnesorii' tual cli nt- myuurState, county, or o.c discloses the fact that our citiaeim town, ctt free. AMrci, call for tho 4th year at Speedparaphernalia, valued at ! 1,000. There nnHiiiinous , giving their property in not far from iti W wa bt.J.Vd.ww..UM. are charges that the fire was sot for well. will bk-lreal value. The V n re ', STANFORD K Please say that I will preach at Crab Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D,C. lucrreiiaiy purposes. tod.ij. its work by 90-r- m SlisscB Rev. Green Clay Smith left Mt. Jennie Hughes and Annie Wray at MtB. Sterling yesterday for Washington, D. Mn.i.iNKftY poods at cost for casli, K.O.WALTON,BUB.MQnQKer Now is the time to supply your- - I. M. Hrnce's Tuesday tiiulit and had n 0., where he will tnke charge of tho Met mopt delightful time. Mrs. Hruce caught ropohtan Miss Annie Wrny. selvis. Baptist church. His family onto the business in time to prepare a will join him in their new homo in MEANS BUSINESS. Two Kooms to let and day boarders nice lunch, which was also greatly enMarch. wanted at Mrs. Polly Coli'uy'e, on Lan- joyed. Rev. J. A. lawyer, presiding elder is duo nnd ready. Cal Yofn account caster street. of the Cumberland Gap district, has adOne only of the half dozen wires from and nettle and oblio A. 11. Penny. church-house- s S. C. PollaiiimiikI A. II. Hico have here to LouifiviMe is working and the vertised for sealed bids to build formed a partnership and orders given lineinnn u.j,8 UH the others will not be in Hazard, Perry county, and of either will bo equally shared by both. in shape for 10 days. For miles in some Hindman, Knott county. Neither PERSONAL POINTS. these counties have u church house. every pole is down and A.v over-loade- d car on tho K. C broke places nearly James H. Caldwell, of Parksville, the working wire is strung to trees, The Miller block, at Versailles, valdown near Hynttavillo Tuesday night was in town yesterday. fences and anything else handy. ued at $10,000 burned Wednesday and mm Ovu C. O. scribe, .Mr. W. J. Kdinia-ton- , and was badly wrecked. The train was delayed four hours. The new firm of 11. K. nnd W. II. numerous stocks of goods were destroywas in to seeus yesterday. out to do a rush- ed. .Miw. II. W. PowEiis has gone, to SomNo Sale. Mr. J. W. Adams has Wearen have started year and believing that erset to see bor son, S. L. Powers. rented the J. C Itodcmer farm of $105 ing business this NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Miss Maud Wayth, of Georgetown, is acres at Rowland for fCOO and has de- advertising will materially help them, they have secured the space occupied I). Wenren. the guest of Mrs. Cieo. clared oil' his sale of personalty fixed for by them in another column for Y2 O.L. Adams and wife, of Paint Lick, tho tilth. months. Head it and give them a show visiting hit brother, Mr. Joseph Adare I offer for ale privately my Farm of 85 Acres, youth of Sunford, near the bomtrset Vi rr.il The Farmers lkuik and Trust Co. held for your patronage. ams. It it in a high it.lte of cultivation, all be((ike II. Gkaiiam Kuank, of Ijincnstor, has an election for directors Wednesday.when ing in graM hut 15 acic; hat all tho neccary A Nt MiiKit 9, 1891 you. ren. The Ctarrard County College, one of Orchard Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. J. the best in this section, will open its 2d G. Livingston. Elder C. P. Willinnison has accepted term on the 20th. Seo notice on our Youa account is duo and ready for first the call of the Richmond Christian piigc. is ready and must bo W. II. McUoberts. B. K. & W. H. WEAREN, (Successors to Higgins & McKinney) Please call and settle. A. A. War- m of couples surprised church. Climax. DEALERS IN SMERIES, HARDWARE, &6 Desire to call the attention of the public to the completeness of their' stock in its various branches and most cordially invite an inspection of it. It is their intention to do business on a "live and let live" plan and promise their prices shall always be as low as the lowest. Besides a general grocery stock they have a splendid line of fancy groceries and any delicacy in that line can, and always will be, found at their store. Their stock of Hardware and Cutlery is large and well assorted and the desires of the most fastidious can be suited. Mr. W. 13. McKinney, of the old firm, is with them and will be glad to see his old friends and the purchasing public generally. BSTRemcmbnr we sell you the Oliver Chilled Plow and any repairs cheaper than any house in this section. Look out for our "ad." in next issue. FARM FOR SALE. S. S. MYERS' STORE Headquarters for All Kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruits, qr-- Estray ITotios. 5 I FRESH OYSTERS AT ALL HOURS, Noenr-berU- 'A vo-- tf Spocial Bargain. - J, B FOSTER, rir.t-cla- n ped One-ha- vice-preside- n o-- lf t. FOR JR3SNT. ct STAPX.JS FiLarCT llnTt-rat- FXTBI.XC SA3CE even-inon"Ho- w Weatlierford Hotel, I).-vi- s' J: W. RAMSEY, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE first-clas- ennrac-terandw- as Home-Seeker- 's 11 - 1 PUBkXO SALE. court-houC Stanfopcl Lumber Yaid, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, Monday, January I l ''-- - - ik 1 I ui - To-W- MjlI-..ii- m saUofpersonalty. I . FX3RST CE..&SS irOlBKR Y1HB. I r Wednesday Jan. 1 hiwly-bre- d iORUCS and JEWELRY MAMPDE1N WATOHC,, Watch. Scat Houw-kol- d d 3 well-know- n Farm . Sfci. -- titu-ate- d 1 in-- il-- .1 i , i 1 - en-ne- d, I,- aup-j.be- fi , i I1J1 'i. 3 I a t b c T hu-in- 1 Ar i om-ide- to G.9A.SNOW&CO. tvt n ir'a.n wra.n, mm loun-Houi- e t 4 if j ( . i?&' h . v ei -- w4W'j . cjrtf wwwnWM , - - .,.. niM ..jngrtx.- iri.v tnmt ifc1 i a Ih i L r Semi-Week- ly iS-Wh- en Interior Journal TEE ANIMAL INDUSTRY. FOR SUNDAY READING. and Friday AT published Evory TuoBday not o paid S2.50 will be charged.Tie K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at JMSP-m- . L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ....u 50 am Mail train going North.., 1 i6pu aouin 1 59 P n .. Express train " South j 11 am North 635 am Local Freight North South. SJPm The latter trains also carry pastengers. The above i J calculated on standard time. Solar time is about 70 minutes fatter M C ROYAL Ki'M J ISP few -- P jf POWDER Absolutely Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. U. S. Goernmer.t Report Aug. 17, 1S83. wffilS Office Jon Dr. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Main street, over W. II. McRoberts R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. Office on Main street, opposite Portrnan House, upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless extracting STANFORD. KENTUCKY. DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office South side JUia street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. HulTinan, Stanford, Ky. J.J.ALLEN. II. F. AT WOOD AUUEN & ATWOOD, MEL ESTETE EGEKTS. Johnson City, Tonn. WM.AYRES. JAS. G. GIYENS. AYRES & GIYENS, Attorneys at Law, 327 Fifth St., toi-y- - - Louisville, Ky. FRANK MARIMON. Shreve Building. r JAS. G. GIVENS. GIYESS d EERWQR. - - REAL ESTATE, Pincville, Kentucky. I Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber Lands bought or sold on Commission, Correspondence tot-y- r solicited. Union. But tho prices that it wonld take almost a wagon load of farm produce to procure a good seat In tho amphitheatre. Tho lowest price wan that for general admission. Tills ontitled you to no eeatat all, but to merely walk aronnd nn inclosure, whero at any moment n frisky steed that felt particularly goal might up with his heela and lack you into kingdom come. Tho lowest priced seats were a dollar and a half, and from that tlicy ranged up to )j7, tho prico for a box. What is moro, the seats for tho opening night tvero every ono eugageJ beforehand. Wealthy peoplo filled them. Splendidly dressed ladies wwuing diamonds flashed through tho boxes liko bright winged birds. It waa all very grand, hot the tanner was not there. Tho ehow wtvs in tho hands of a number of rich, people, who exhibited horses warth in themselves half a doceu times as much as tho horso miser's whoio farm. Itwnsa-dis-plaprepared to get money from rich people, and it was a eoccesa. In all Col horses were exhibited, magnificent animals, many of them. A New York pa per thus mentions eomo of tbora: There aro certain lioreea which every ouo must 6ee. Mambrmo King, of the Village farm lot, is one. Ho is a most beautiful trotting horso to look at, either in motion or at ease, and with him is Princo Regent, who has won more money this year on tho grand circuit than any other horso on it. From tho same stable coino Justina and BpIIo Hamlin, who hold tho record for trotting in doable harness. Then you want to look up Alcantara, tho stallhave made ion of whoso get twenty-fiv- e under 2:30; and Young Highland Gray, another stallion, with four of his offspring, and tho big Clydesdnlo stallion Drumskcoch, who stands 1C J hands and weighs 1,800 pounds. Then there are J. D. Cheever'B imported etallkras. Realization and Helicon, which cost $12,000 and $3,000 to import; Dr. Seward Webb's magnificent siring of fifty horses, Edward Kelly's Greenland, A. J. Cassatt'a Ben d'Or, and tho great jumpers, S. S. 's Howland's Ontario, Moorehonse & Rosebery. and H. L. Herbert's Transport. There aro over fifty entries in the hunter s class, and twenty tanuem entries and more coaches than can bo put in the ring together. so high Pep-twr- How full ol choor Those words of ffrnco and Ufa, WI1I0U lift uiy sonl nbovo tho strlf 0 Of Inward fenr, SXnpntflrcnt Animals on Exhibition nt the With all tho outward wooo. Which brings tho oiuro my spirit Itnowtl New York Mmtlsnn Square Garden, wHli Trlccn oT AilmlMlon "Away Up In 43" A TlKjy cult my soul, nnU prcs9'd: When sorrow-wor- n Display for Mllltanairca. "Como unto tno, rilftlro'ou rostj" TlioBfcrth aaunal horso ehow of tho Walloon tho wholo Ot llfc'8 and load I soo: nssociaUxl lwrso breeders was tho first "Aud as tliy days thy strongth shall b&" one held in tho new Madison Sqnaro My hoart Is quick Garden, Now York, in tho magnificent To tixko tho loving word: stmctnro upon tho site where tho hum-hi- e 'Thy bunlcn cast upon tho Lord;" old Madison eqnaro ahed knachoed Ami hoars, 60 often to tho neighing of steeds, from Ills grnelous voice to ine: to tho bucking nI ntn tho Lord that hoaleth tlicc." n child's Shetland pony inustaugs of Buffalo Bill. I trmt tho Lord, What did tho horso show ohow? Itdis- With spirit Uul and trw, "Who lov'd and (juvo Illmsolf for tnoj" playetl first of nil the amount of money And, from His Word there is in this country. Tho ostensible Unchanging comfort take: purpose of tiro promoters of tho show nuvar louvo thue, nor forsakn." "I'll of American is tho improvement And HioukIi I uropo horses. Farmers are moro directly inIn paths I can not sou. terested in this improvement than nny Tho promise stands: "IIo loudeth mo;" So full of hope, others, sinco it is tho farmers who rear Whatc'orof 111 botldn. nine-tentof all the horses in the IsIiik: "Jeluvnh will provMo." of admission were sin-sic- WHAT THE LAST NATIONAL HORSE SHOW AMOUNTED TO. WORDS OF GRACE AND LIFE, 0. A Hills THE GAMBLER'S LOT. A Vlco Thnt Snmi;r of U So Drt-ruilln- e n Mt-ii- . to M:iko ITEW SAW MILL. set pike, A-- White Sow. to furnish any Uni of LUMBER, SHINGLES, at LOWEST l'RICLS. I will sell the lum- 13 suit purchasers. Give berat the mill or rnea trial, I'ostsiii.e, .mavwuuu, nv. 43-- iy I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somcr t miles lro.n Stanfjrd ind air nrenarei But iChratitr their there aro other enthusiastic ad-- J I nose BerksliW is among 6wino, A.H.I3ASTIN Ij s PILE! PRICE 50 CEHTS. . ins GREAT UOUSEnOLD 11EMEDY FOR of lialf a dozen other breeds perhaps moro than that. Harris 6ays tho Chester Whito is ad- j mirably adapted to the kind of care most American iarmers give tneir swine, which is a kind of left hauded compli- - of thefio is the Chester thing in favor of tho Ches ter Whito pig is that it is an American hog. It originated in Chester county, Pa. It is of a unwle up breed, composed WTiite. Ono SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. Send three two-ce- j Btaaps for free Earaplo MTWKHH TAR-OSDSO- H M i i ft) H meut. It is a large, strong hog, of vigorous and hardy constitution. The sows aro immensely prolific, producing someABSOLUTELY, PURE,; times soventcen pigs at a litter. Harris r FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH,"! also recommends tho Chester Whito as AND NURSERY PURPOSES. HiM ono of tho best crosses with tho refined TAR-0IC0., Chicago, Hlj English breeds, such as the Essex, Berkshire and Yorkshire The cross will proFor sale bv A. R. Pcnnv and M. L. Ucurne. duce priino animals, having tho fino meat Stanford. qualities of tho English breeds and tho btrong constitution and sizo of tho Chester Whito. Tho Chester Whites aro animals of quiet habits and quickly fattened. Tho illustration shows perhaps the V best form of this breed. The specimen in the picture was 10 months old when she had her portrait taken. Market of this broed, farrowed in March or April, will weigh 200 to pounds when filaughtered in November. This Is exactly wliat is wanted in tho hog business of theso times early maturity and quick sales. Wheu allowed to grow to their largest Fine and greatest fatnesa tho Chester Whites will reach a weight of from COO to 90u pounds. Oiuadvnutjo of tl Cheaters :s tliat they can be fed K::d fattened to kill when young as well .m to b jjlowad to grow to maturity. Ai.d (MM disadvantage mentioned by II:;. in i tfcnt the breed it not yet Ion; Lexington fui.u-- u MtoibluJied to alwHVH prwsnt by breeder uuifuiut Mills Co., Lexing- bv.s un poiota, so that theremember who he of tbuin most sale by rtpicbetito not A family so muc-l-i as himton, Ky. self, und ho mity present puinU of his first-cla- ss Grocers. remote scrab angtttry, bucIi m Urge lop to use Cream ears, blub sidta ami a capacity for racing. fail D AP CHESTER '""J WHITE. Jrgc The BEST FLOUR h the r Hay aui-mn- ls 0 and reasoning (acuities In a mnn-no- r and to a dogreo which, considering tho sourco of lnfatuntion. Is remarkably similar to tho crnzo of alcoholic intoxication. Mon will roturn to It ajjaln and again with all tho cortalnty that much experience cn givo that they will loso what thoy stake. They will steal. Ho, pawn tholr own and tholr families' clothos for money with which to go Into tho gambling Givo dcu. tho lottery froo accoss to all tho peoplo and thoy would pllo up cash largor than thotw of tho gonoral government and this is tho least attractive of all tho modes of gambling. s It boars no comparison with tho of tho pool room, raco courso.and thouo bets which ariso out of contlict and passion. This shows that thero is something In this vico which appeals to a deoply lngralnod and potent tendoncy in buman nature that It satiation some crarlng Jrtilch must havo had Its origin in ages of horeditary growth. Tho possibility is that it grew out of tho oxpcricncM of man when ho lived by tho chase. There ho hat hazard, chance, contlict and sudden and largo gnlns, alternating with porlods of , IIo was filled with starvation. courage, threatened with danyor, and, upon success, with tho wild joy of triumph. All savages aro lnyoterato gambler's and all gamblers aro savages. Tho savngo traits aro all shown In his iharactor rocklessnes, greed, cruelty, llshonosty, profligacy. Tho savag vastod his slain builalo, and then itarved. Tho gambler iinmedlatoly wastes his gains to tho last penny. Gambling is a relapse Into savagery. Tho raco is not so far removed from tho period of Its savago llfo that it docs not readily roturn, liko ono of Darwin's dillorontlatod pigeons to the norm of tho species. Tho path of tho gamblor Is ono of tho easiest and most accesslblo avenues of return to a lower stago of moral dovolopment. This roturn is not that of a part of tho man. Tho wholo man goes. When It Is salt of a man that ho Is a gambler, tho Idea convoyod is not simply that tho man Is addicted to gambling. Tho wholo character presonts Itsolf to the mind in rosponso to tho word. He is thought of as ono who has tho criulo ideas of dross, and of language, and of manners, andot morals, and of personal habits, of tho savago. Thero Is a gonornl idea among parents thnt boys should bo puardod against tho first tasto of tho pleasure of gambling, but few havo made a study of tho sourco and cause of tho dangor, and thereforo do not know how groat It Is. Hut tho training necessary to avoid s not special but gonoral. Tho mistake is too generally mado In supposing that vlco is to bo guarded against by special education against each form of vico. Vices aro legion In forms and numbers. Thoy aro liko tho crawling and Uoating forms of llfo In a miasmatic lagoon. Tho child Is to bo lifted nbovo tho poisonous morass with all that Is in It When ho is, by tho tono of his moral constitution, nbovo ono, ho is at an olovation from all. If ho ho imbuod with tho principles of honor and morality, and have acquired the habits and tastes of moral tidinoss and cloanllnoss, ho will not gamblo, nor lio, nor bo drunken, nor find associates with bad mon and bad women. TJ10 nature and tondonclos of tho various vlcos aro to bo shown to him in object lossons. a of spoctaclo Tho man dyof ing tho miasma of tho covor lagoon will fcr him all tho contents of tho lagoon tho mud, filitno, odors, poisonous fungi, vonomous llfo the filth of tho air and soil and vator. Ho will not go down Into It for pno, knowing thnt ho can not talco ono without taking all. When Christ said-ththo hrouklng of ono precept of tho breaking of all, Ho exlaw was tli pressed a truth which was startling and who only know tho Incrodlblo to tho-iiritual of tho lnw. Hut It is a truth which Is litoral xud which lies at tho foundat'ou of morals. Gambling means immorality and criminality of ovury oxolto-montpas-don- There Is a strango Infatuation In tho vico of gambling. It destroys tho judg-rno- nt (Now closing up) with the same atselsand under the tame management. Ily pruvitiunt ef lit chaiur, depositors are a fully protetted as aie depositors IN Natleaal Ilankt, its thatrheldeit being held indivtduallv liable to the e stoat ol the amount of their ttock therein at the par value thcreot, in addition to tils amount invetted in imh shares It may act as esecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully at an individual To those who eotrutted their buisiHctt te ut while maaging the Lincoln National llaak el Tho Finest omEartb Stanford, we we here tender our manv lhankt sad Tk. Cincinnati. Hamilton A Harlot) R K.u their butoteat the only line rurniing rullman' t'rrtected SsftlY irutt they will toatinue to traasact prompt attenwith ut, efleriag at a guarantee f Vestihuled Trains, with Chslr Parlor. tion te same, our twenty years' eipeiKM.ce in nnd Dinmc Car service bctwtsn Cincinnati, banking andat liberal accwMmedations at arc conand Chn.a;o and it the only line Ihroush Reclining Chair Cart fctwrc Cin-- e tinent with sound baaale; lum. i. tors: nnati, KeoV.uk and Siirmcfitld, III. and Sleeping Csr Cincinnati to Mackinaw; and the J.J. WiMssmt, Ml. Veraon; Only Dtroct Line J. M Hail. Stastd; Ueiwecn Cincinnati. Da) ton Lima, Tjlclo, De- J. S. Owsley, irnt the Lake Reliant and Canada, S.J. Emery, Sue ferd; 'I he road is ne of the oldest in the Stale ol Ohio nod the oni) line entering Cincinnati arcr j J. K. L)n, Suafsrd; miles of double trark, and fremiti sal reewtd can A. W. CatpewK. MiS4gevslle; more than astute its patrons speed, comfort and J. K. Haeghaian, HeMteavHIe ; "ft,T J F. Ca.h, Stanford, Ticlcetson talppverywhere, and see that they H AD. either in or out ef Cincinnati, rvad Willtsm Geock, Siaelwrd, Ky. Indianapolis or Toledo. S. It. Shanks, President K. O MeCORMICK, General Paticnser and Ticket As wit. J B. Owsley, Cashier W. M llright. Teller Bucklen's Arnica Salve r J H BaujhmsM. General The best sane in the orkl for cms, brmte, sorei, ulevra, salt rheum, feer sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skit, erup lions and positively cures piles, or do pay requir . Favorits for Nearly a Hundred Years. ed.' It it Kuarantted 10 irivo perfect tatitiaciioc, Price 15 cents per box. or money retundsd HortalebyA R Penny, Stanlord, Ky. his lock. As' grandfather stoops down to kiss tho children It Is sunsot embracing aunriso; it Is tho spring crocuses around about tho odgd of the snow-banIt Is tho whlto locks, beautiful in tho domootio circle. Grandfather Is In church. Ills comrades aro gono. Ills sons and daughtors, though grown to bo mon and womon, will novor bo any thing but boys and girls to him. IIo looks around tho audlenco and sees ro many straogo facos, and bo wondorA why peoplo don't talk as loud as thoy used to. As sorao old hymn comes through his soul, his memory brings back tho rovlval wonos of n IIo wondors whero all tho old peoplo arc. Ills second sight has como, With a And ho raroly usos spectacle. cano in both hands, ho sits at tho end of tho pew. Don't crowd him, ho will soon pass ovor tho river and wo the King in His bonuty. Two hearts have boon alllanccd. Against tho marriage altar thero dashes a wavo of orange blosoms. Tho two familloa, In a stand about tho altar. Father and mother como, of course and give but let the first congratulations; not thorn tarry too long, for grandfather Is coming up, with step. "God bo good to you both, my children!" ho says, as ho takos tholr hands. Tho bridal vail was graceful, but I know somothlng moro graceful than that. Tho vase of flowors on tho altar was beautiful, but I know somothlng moro than beautiful that. The light that danced In was the sockot bright, but 1 know somothlng brighter than that. It is tho long whlto looks of grandfather at tho wedding. Pull tho door boll vory gently; It Is wrapped with the black and tho whlto tho signals of mourning. Tho throngs havo como In. Thero Is weeping In tho hall, wooplng In the parlor, and weeping in tho nursery. Too grandchild was a groat pot with- grandpa; but he says: "I must control tnyolf for tho sako of othors;" so ho gooti all through tho houso a comforter. IIo says: "Tho Lord has takon tho child- -It is woll with It; it U well with It" Grandfather may sornotlmos have boon a littlo querulous, hut It Is a groat favor to havo him now. Tho song, tho prayor, tho sormon, may havo beon comforting, but moro comforting than any thing that could bo said aro the whlto locks of graudfathor. Talmage, in N. Y. Observer. good-ulgh- t, k; half-centur- y. RICHARD C. WARREN Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ol to the will of the Democratic party, THE F. I RILEY B. HILEY, HOUSE, Kontucky. iSFIF'a Proprlotor, London, have moved to my new Hotel and om better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience domed. Give me a call. FRANK RILKY. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, KY. TANKORD, Wellt drilled to order aud Pumps (urntthod factory prices. jo FOR S jfTj.E Containing t Terms I soml-clrcl- o, Lot on Main Street in Stanford eav T R WALTON, Hav ini removed my Pari er Shop to the Cam mercial I Intel, am prepared to ai. ommodate la dies as well at gentlemen in anything they inay withitimyhnc Children also waited on. Can "tune. Stanlord. trom-blln- g MXERS HOUSE, P. I V QUEEN, Proprlotor havcreiently taken charge of this well known Hotel and tntn,t keeping it at its pietcnt hKh vtamlard. Spcual attention i;iven to the traveling puhlu. First-Clas- 9 MIIE5 s Sample Room Inconneilion Also L. M R EI D. Clerk iSiil!) w Pool and Billiard Parlors. 2ti' ni"ii II II P&fXEsJmd xTrrrrrrann Hi ..'Lj IP B Twenty miles the Shortest to ff 1 JIssf IIIOMPSON, InOm pierial Hotel. 110 fAlLtb Farmers BanM Trust Co. OK Is now fully Mating direct connection t in Central St. UritaS-t- STANFORD. KY., for Leult, erganucd and ready - busmen with Detroit, - Muhigan Peintt, Chicago, Cleveland. Ilullalo, ludiinapolit and the Wett, Canada, New England, Paid up Capital of Surplus, - $200,000. 15,000. Wathlngton, New York, ItOHtOIl, SUCCESSOR to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD. Solid Traiot, haggagv cars, saiokmgcart ana cnathet, Pullmsu It'u.lnii SI, pen through without change via Chattan oga, llirmlnghacn, Merid tan making direct lonnoitioai n tome for Koos. ville, AthevilU, Lrnchl.urg aed points In the raw OBOSAWS, 'L'AIROTjTOAS, DA Philadelphia, t1tirars, tjuickett time lollatr ultburg, Frankfort, Ky Klkhmd, VIKUIMIA Shoit'tt and (.iikke.t line to At Chattaanoga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming Maenn. Savannah, ton, Charletion, Augusta, llruoiwKk, Lake City, Thotaatville and FLORI- iltiis run-lin- Thoenlrliae running solid trains wHh choice Pullman II"Udo4r or Palace Sleeping Cars to without change lor any clatt ef patitn. gcrsat tsaggage Selma and Montgomery, Hunttvitle, Decatur, Flttrencc, Memphtt and ARKANSAS xinli SkortMt and 'i kest tn Annistn, Selma, Mn. bile. Diicct coentrtions made at NKW ORLEANS without omnibus trantfer for Galvctr,a limit ton, Austin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. to Jaikton and Vicka' rg, The onl through Mut. . Shievep rt La , maktag ditect cnnne lion without omin'ut trantfer lor Dallas Fort U t'K, Jk Auitin San Antoaia, El Pa to and pedRttin Jack-vmvII- pMt hc C-- . TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNlr eraddrast For through rates ctKreit county mart and lull inlermatlon call on Agent at Junction ill v, Ky HUNK W WiKJLLEY, Tiav Past Agl , l.etmgtoe. Kv . EDWARDS, D C C HARYKY. tj P ,V T A., IloV-Ketp- Cinticnati. O your friends and neinhbors talking about it Yon may yourself be one of the many who know from personal experience just haw Rood thins It is llouhave ever tried it you are one of its staunch friends, becante the wonderlul thing about it is when snceitliesa trial Or King". New Discovery ever alter holdt have never used it If ) a place in the home and should bo afflicted with a cough, oeld of any throat, lung, r chest trouble, secure a bottle at cmceand give it a fairtnal. It is guaranteed every time or money refunded. Trial bottles free at A It. Penny"s You have heard The Now Dlscovory. mm THE CI1TCI2TNATI Kentucky Central B.R. "JItTJ0 GHAHrf JtOUTJO." The Shortest nnd Qulckout Kouto from Weekly 1891 Gazette, ' (Weekly Kditi n of the Commercial l.asettc Central Kentucky to all points North, Bast, West and South-Won- t. Fast Line between Loxlnirton and Cincin- nati. 1891 To Old Friends and New Friends, SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV i6, No Seuth-lleun- iSoo. i. I No. E m m m J m 5 m I No 6 it-i- Surprising results normal, healthy condition Inllow the uofthis Nerve Tonn and Alterative. Your appetite returns, good digottion is restored and the liver and kidneys resume lieahhy action. Try a bottle Price 50 centt at A R Penny's GREETING: The Weekly (.aaetlchat catered upon its ,Slh Tho First Stsp. Volume with marks ol increased energy la every Perhaps vmi are run down, cin't eat, can't department and with a liberal supKrt, which m can t think can't do anything to your sleep, ou acknowledged with the mott cordial appreiution a ou. aid ou wonder vvlvat ail We have every atmrame we know it to be should heed the warning, you nre taking lh- hrl fact that the Weekly (luetic is unsurpassed anyYou need a nerve ttep into nrn.m. rrmiration. v ill find content where theexact and for lor the constant eicellcnce of Itsthe cream toaic and Elet trie Ilmcrs you cheapness, thought! contains remedy for restoring yur nerv.Mis system to it of seven daily issues, It costs lest per cupy than any leading uaily. One dollar a ear is lea than two cents a copy awl we pay the postage. It is our steady aim to improve the Veekl) We tontiiier in every possible direction. this first, the expense afterward The Weekly Gasette will have more fully than Pant Arr Lenngton l7ve Pails . Lve Lve Lve Arr Cinciunatl ... Covington... Falmouth.... . Dally. m p 8 18 ol p j il a ml u 16 p iS a mjio j p ii u 10 p m p 8 Et. Sun. to a m 8 a ml 8 "Opn P m i" 1 17 Sun 1 Arr Richmond. Arr Lancaster-.- .. Arr Stanford. Lve Richmond .. Arr Kerea. Arr l.lviHgten. North-Keund. Arr Winchester, am! tj p m un p n i jj p m II 3 5 J" P m p m P m m to . $ no ps Cj pn so p No. 5, a in s P m in ti IM i$ 9 " drugstore i No. J B 1, N0.1; V, The new naval vessel, Newark, burns 210 tons of coal a day. Twelve men wore killed in a California mine by a fall of 130 feet down a shaft. Thomas Wntson, one of the Kiirviv-orChoice, Fascinating atones A' the Finest Poetry; of the famous six hundred, who at Miscellany that all will Enjoy; the buttle of Jlalnknlva rode "into tho Illustrated Sketches, llright Paragraphing; jaws of death, into the mouth of hell!" IN SHORT, IT IS A Ho is in is now in .San Fnuicioeo. WEEKLY PAPER SPLENDID (straitened circumstances and is looking for woik. B ALL-AROU- The News of all the World, The Freshest and Fairest Market Reports; The Host Ai tides for Farmers ,V Horticulturists; 1'uru and Interesting Matter for the Ilooebokl; Attractive and Useful Heading lor I.adls; A Lively & Instructive Children's Department; Trustworthy Political News and Comment j Arr Ktchwsowd.... Lvr Stanferd .... 2 e' 7 Jo a m 'sA$ '.'ve ,,.a"tca,,I Arr Kichmoad. le 13 a m Lve Richmond. ., ojp"in 6 10 a in Arr Winchester. 13, p in ; ,r am 1 Lvclleroa. Lve LivUgtton . 8 00 10 15 am 1145 am 7 00" am f 3 w " ..".. ... An 1'aru Arr S,ovi,'"!U,,lArr Cincinnati Lve j.exiugton ... t 00 p"m j oe a m Lve Pans j ,, ,, m Lve lalmouth.... 4 ir p in g 18 a m, - .... jt 4 p m 7 48 a m ' . J 3 m m P 44 a m 37 p m jo P m 10 50 a ml 6 43 p w """ ,;,,, i 3 c at r7m , v, On theMaytvillc liver, Act on a iw principle stomach and ouvls through the nervos. A new bilioa-nesDr. Miles' Pills speedily cure discovery torpid liter, pile, constipation. bad Unequnled for men, women, chlldrtm Smalltvt, mildest, turei 50 dotes j cents. Samples free at A It Penny's, Stanford 11 ta-i- e, Mlloa' Llvor Noro nndregulating Pills the ONE JJOLI.AR A YX2AU. .......,., To Agviitt vveallc.w the t, Terms Sample Copies Free. Ilet ut offered. liv;.". .":.".:.- - " " ." p. m a"W at pre. t?" r..;.,,,,..,,.!,!,,!,! . m , 10 m 1. 1.... j arnvins SI r.u ,j (eaves .Maaville at 150 and 7 4u,rtm. . . . ,o.p in. inese trains are vak,i runqtv, dally from Lexingtoo to Cincinnati No. 43 leave Lexington 10 00 am; arrives Parll 10 3 am; except Sunday. 1 .o llranch, No 9. leaves Pans at ,, .c a ,q -- -- 4 'i . ruut A at Dr Ilrnii si ij'j.ird's elu r of youth mnr hu an iniii ir'nii I ,niivu. I'U. orerr one knows Miles' New He.u-- t Cunt cer-ti.th.it Dr Frm. uStk-lely . It ii with .Mvnn 111 thou-utidn VnluaDlc Rlscovcry. li sirkJiu neon Druirglst ci,,L-u- - i "I have oiii i, hnvtt N of Duiikirk the bokt pur' ho rs'i-oiv- ,v eiil:neri.We uiv Mr. Jol.11 wt,,i (n olnsiye tpeuk h-r iH-- , t n Y 11 ii) good il , of Dr. btauiord, - ORIlA M the For form. Interior. 'Ililusr or U.tauty GRANDFATHER'S LOCKS. Ills White llulrt Aro 11 keir'cii, Mib-diM-nafit- . What !k Iik, t: rv.t rjljjcovctera. 1 n-c,- K umi gujrontuvd u Now Cure and ' O. Monro 1, And Wilis. erery ltottfo hns trlv-- verr high y of It. KBihttiivi, Iiul.kuys: Lttnaeof Llfo. its cffitt i tiiituy o-- reri. larms Ii!,,' by A. It. 1'uu-ny- , FLOUR made Roller all Don't Flour if you want good Bread and a happy Cook. Kuu'.hD'u'jtah'ts already or v.mzed a state ptivlti y 'asi lation wLich U t j givo a iOwitry uriubiticn tlru wint r. Gray hair Is a urown of glory. It Is beautiful in tb church, it lb beautlfa! In the home, It U beautiful st the It is beauUfMl a fctui burial. Waiting for the dor of oao of tny parishioners toopiii, I utand at tho front nteps, and, looking through the window. grandfather with a child on o;i1.m U:um bis fiico boacjin,? with bcnodis'iion IIo Is almost through with bU journey, but he has aa Interest la tuose who are starting. The racket it. si- fi r the o'.J n .n's niih' tm tnur wml-dinhc-ui for All. g, Aitionii nuinerotik diwcovertet the ve Nan it in uiiilonuled'y one of tbo nervousness u u; rentes t 5jfopeptte, Ii u.'a.'iH-- . urpuod hi ucirahita, tia k b' Kobe, ta lain It elnsnfol life, etc irM 1 , , t uf nay Ue Va ef A. It I'unnv. urusTKi-- i a I ahoela read hw Xtm unit itturmt-- Futi fur t.;t AMic t4." s very b.e, autt iinciy iisetaraiesl bout:. Free to tlulU. l. ..v,iiiultt)tiurKN'M. Dr. Frank-Ut iu lb uillkiiewii u t n.e Hsr'txik syvlemand uerve i,h,,iii,ioioth!ieltiihonosml except Sunday. Terms Daily Commercial Gazette: 705 pm:leaves Falmouth 00 am; arrives Cincin. No. 7 nati 7 am; except Sunday DAILY INCLUDING SU.VDAY: Train Note. No. run.liiw c l5 bctwesn Lexington ami Cincinnail . ' " .J.UJIII 4m l Year Suriduy only, makinc all local steps! 6 Month 7 daily l"tvyo-- r Cmciunati and Lexington.0 a runs Mentha J 0 j Month rains No. A nn.l Note: i 5 . i '". a oo ... Dally Saturday only "i:- -t rams Ao aBdl'al,HOh Accommoda DAILY-SUNDOMITTED: 7 arrive at new 4lh St. Depot, o 4th below J ok ...$! oo i Year .. nr 0 sandS make mnn-rii6 oo lor point, om 6 Months the N. - 3 oo 3 Months VS. "TA Xl r oo Tijm this line now arrive Month from Central Union Passenger a oe Daily Sunday my -Addreas THE COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO , full ivarttculars address any agent o! the Co; for a ioveti,incinnatt 5 ,0 pm;arrive h"almoJtli ...... 'i' AYS nS. xuirnir 1 i.'.i..,f - ,. .,'!. N.Iju'ilv n.. nNotes'an? L '"i 1 , Cincinnati, Ohio. lt fMtrv-is- MHSP.J Trav. lUa. Agt.. . l . M. 1,1a ILK. i. iiitvTi.n... Cincinnati. Oea'l l'ass'g'r Agt.. OiBcianati, O. Vice-lW- t and GenT Jlanairer. - 'l fi 1 service herween Cimlimati and Lexington. k ontlDn,l,rMrrr'.Uu,,,,,n' Cmcmaiii Oaiiy train on .".'KKALOKFICES- '"". f alL POST2SD. .r. i. IK' 1 1. 1 ' (..' i Whsn Itaby wee sick, we gave Iter Caeterki. vTmsb sh a CbiU, sbe orW fer Oasterla. Wheel she liecwme Miss, eh ohwe; to Odtterki. When she had d Vrcn, she gave tbem Castoria. t. STrrTOM" n-i- & oo., vs nUSTONVILLB, K.Y. This notice hunters, fleheranri ae.t others not te trespasj on our W mission, as all such will be r roaeJtM sTthe tV' ' est extent vf the law. b.ned: Mr. SAMrOKOIKWIN, 1,1111 . i- '1 r. ' U' g ' n J- ' a .nu 1 - .. r iiiu 1 u.uijjU to do say Are still in tb. busiutui aad thn I 111 the l'nderukili line. We have a full ttocl of Cases and Caskets ot all kinds and kohei heirte, wl icl. is Leant of 1 vi ry ile crmlion m ort rcni" Mi J 1 new iau be ' lined vil1 shov rjjeot, nr 'ipires. GrienliT'l ,ny ne n ,ue anyt rf irg ds to line 1 64-- tf rdy JjoUS U xVRo'l.DS. I. I Iri' 'Ct. M. ) KFCk . i I i n lr. ltirr. "" r 'VVV.Au'ihV 1 I rt . y j .W .' I I, II t Mill VAN UN. V 111 Vl ma A, X- -