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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891011301 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. r Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY 13, 1891. NO. 91 CHURCH AFFAIRS. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. Prico At this writing Dr. Btill HnKura in n critical comlition. MrB. C. W. Sweonuy him taken n us wilosliuly in tho atom of Swou-nek Klchnnlson. Dr. V. S. Klkiu and wlfo liavo rt'turni'd to their homo in Atlanta. J. H. Brown went to Stanford on Tliurtuluv. Judge M. II. Owsloy himgono to Soiiivrnet on legal biisinpHH. Ho will bo absent for ten layH. Jim Henry Iiiih accepted a position iih wvlesman in Wmt'd dry goods bourn;. Judgo.1. C. Heiii)hill (). exprmi him been appointed B. agent. Tlito olllcu Ib in - Brown's grocery. It is n mnttor of eoimlderahle doubt of those who are whether uleettxl to fill tho various jKyiitioiiH of trust aro really thu choice of the people they aro chosen to represent. There are occasional instances in which tbero is a spontaneous call upon some worthy and meritorious citizen to consent to be come a public servant, but these are few and far between. Nearly all who are in office have not only lx'come candidates v ithout solicitation, but huve not been excessively modest in urging their clnims or sparing of money in the pur- rysSa of votes. And yet nuwt of those who have succeeded in obtaining positions would havu tho public believe that they have accepted olllce reluctantly und at a great sacrifice of valuable time. Tho reault of this U tho modest and meritorinml ous aro not usually compelled to choose bethe people are tween those who thrust themselves forward and who aro destitute of merit ss they are of modesty. There newls to be a revolution In this respect and tho people could not do better than to Ignoro candidates, and by the common consent select men to represent s them who are not professional not bo and whoso merita should overlooked lecauso of their modesty. po-siti- y irmtcad of entitling him to tlieconiiilenro of tho public iih one to bo 'iitriintotl with it innniKuinciit, oiikIH to m sufficient to ilt'ttT tlium from wlrrtinn him hh tho fllti'il for rt'uponmbil-it- y ono of thnt kind. Hinlovo for thu filthy lucre in not nlow to ovt'rvomu whnt llttlo honesty lie kmwnhh ami the public is suddenly startled by n disclosure of his rascality. The character of a miser is one to he detested by all ly rk'ht-thinkin- New York nnd Brooklyn together Philadelphia has have 700 churches. 571). ono-foiirt- i fc In all deliberative bodies the com mm. mittee of tho whole is intended to expedite business, but in this liody it is an absolute drawback, for every question ILLUSTRATED. settled by it is in tho convention, no matter if its mover was the Harper's Weekly has never failed to justify its ,.AT title ss a "Journal of Civiliration," and it has the only person who voted for it. For dope so with a constant recant to enlarged possibilities of usefulness and a higher standard of arthis reason Judge Beckner offered a res It leares untouched olution to do away with this cumber & CO.'S, tistic and htsrary excellence.world's progress and M. no important phase of the presents a record, equally trustworthy and intermurder? some committee, hut it failed to carry, esting, of the notable eTents, persons and acliieo-the more's the pity. inciui ui our lime. Speaking of magistrates in tho olden Ky. Special supplements will be, continued In 1S01. "I think wo aro doing much better They will be literary, scientific, artistic, historic- times calls to mind u circumstance relatal, critical, typographical or descriptive, as the work since tho holidays," eaid Delegate ed by oliler people as having happened nnu win continue 10 deuv.v.iuii in E. serve the hearty commendation wnich has been, Miller yesterday, who was at homo on In Ijincastera number of years ago. It bestowed on put Issues by the press and the publegal business, "and wj Hro getting in was on county court day and Hon. Geo. Asa lamily Journal, Weekly ARTIST, lic heretofore be edited with Harper'sregard lor will as a strict e the shape now to rush through with It. McKeo, a famous lawyer ami orator, qualities that make It a safe and welcome vLutor to STANFORD, KENTUCKY, very home. the business." "When do you think the was addressing a large assemblage at the Harder Shoo on Ualn street. or body will be ready to adjourn ?" "Cer- Has a e uon the political questions Portman House, ami myites a share of your tainly by the last of February, I should posita patronage of the day, being a candidate for, some rrorapt mientio tooutsiae cans and Per Year: attention say." "Aro you willing to go on therec special the latest to ladies and childrer. Wrk public position nt tho time. Some one style with neatness and disdone in Harper'! Weekly $4 Oo &j.6m ord as making that assertion?" "Yes, patch Harper's in the audience became offended at some4 Oo Harper's llarsr 4 0o sir, all the committbo work is up now thing he said und addressed insulting Harper's Voung People j 00 and I think thero is nothing left but Postage free to all subscribers in the United language to Die judge, who immedutely States, Canada and Mexico. plain sailing from this on." This is n and nourishing drew a huge bowie-knifHavinc leased the Menelee Stable, I now offer The volume of the Weekly begin with the first consummation devoutly to be wished, it aloft told the disturber to come on, fur rent my NEW isTAIILK on Lancaster number for January of each When no but we aro disposed to be a very decided It has ten large llox Stalls and is streetvery best is mentioned, subscriptions year. begin withtime the for him. Uncle Inane will that he was ready the place in the county for Jack and Horse stand for number current at the time of receipt of order. MarkHOury, a justice of the peace, was To the Democratic Committee of Lincoln doubting Thomas in tho matter. In this the coming season A large cistern at the door Hound volumes of Harper's Weekly for three connection, it is not inappropriate to say Call on or address Tears buck, in neat cloth bindinir. will lie .m hv County. Ono of tho most potent arguments sitting near McKee at tho time, and in mail postaKe paid or by express free of expense A. T.NUNNELLEY, Stanford. was thu discharge of his magisterial duties, that Mr. Miller's course in the body, na Gkkti.kmkn: In consequenco of my (provided tne freight does not exceed $1 per volurged in favor of a new constitution ume) for J; pr volume. the necessity of a reduction in the num- arose and in a voice that tilled thu hall, contemplated absence from tho county, a general thing, meets tho endorsement Cloth cases for each volume, suitable for binding, will be sent by mail on receipt ot $1 as of those who have observed it. He has ber of courtaand the consequent saving exclaimed: "I command tho peace'" 1 hereby tender my resignation each. A Jewel Iluclden Stallion; is a red sorrel and Remittances should be made by monto the people in the matter Turning to McKee ho whispered in his chairman of your committee, to tako ef- stuck squartly to the platform upon of expense in his 4th year; a combined roadster, very stylish, ey order or draft, t avoid chance of loss. of taxation. Wo have justices' courts, ear, "Stand up to him, CJeorge!" CJeorge fect on tho iMd inst. nnd would suggest which he was elected and has done noth- sire Second Jewel; 1st dam Lillie HucLden, she Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement Imp. courts, courts of held the fort and while the squire con- that the committee meet on that day in ing but what has reflected credit upon by Iluckshot,3dhe by Gray Huckden; ad dama Hay without the express order of Harper. Ilrothers. H)lice Eagle. Dick mare; dam Address HARJ'ER & BROTHERS, New York. t. U WAI.1UA, Ky common pleas, criminal courts, chancery tinued to exclaim, "I commund the Stanford, at 10 a. m , to select my succes- himself and the proud old county he Stanford, u say this with much satcourt, circuit court, a superior court peace," he continued to whisper, "Stand sor and to attend to other business of represent. 1891. and court of appeals; Jail having diller-en- t up to him (juorge, don't you give an importance. In bevering my connection isfaction, since wo have never been able with your honorable body I beg you to to always agree with the gentleman, tho' jurisdiction and with so many use- inch!" s accept my best wishes for your individu- ever ready to give him his due. less complications that none but MT. VERNON, KY. WAYNESBURG. al welfnro nnd tho success of your adpretend to know tho powers conRichmond, Va., is steadily increas This old and Hotels still maintain ministration. Yours Respectfully ILLUSTRATED ferred upon each, nor in what direction Hugh Jacobs, a youth of IS years, ing in trade, wealth and population. Tho ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Sp TlIOS. IllCIIAItDS. of their right. to seek tho enforcement ctal attention to the traveling public. The important series of papers on South Amer- nnd Lucy J. lUugh, a maid of 50 sumManufacturers' Record says Hhe has outStanford, Jan. 10. lea, by Theodore Child, will be continued in Har- M. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., Thero is no more use for a court of mers, both of thu Halifax neighborhood, grown thu original limits, and overflowMl. Vernon, Ky, per s Magazine during the grrater part of the year pleas or a superior court than weru joined in tho holy bonds of matri1801 common The articles on Southern California, by In his response to tho toast, "The ing tho country on every side, has creaCharles Dudley Warner, will also be continued. there is for a fifth wheel to a wagon. mony on the 8th. Among oilier iioicwnnny attractions win be a principles of true democracy they are ted a series of suburban villages. The novel by Charles Egbert Craddock ; a collection oi It seems that the convention is inclined Frank Kllis has just completed his enduring, because they are right; and number of manufactories is 183, a g.iiu original drawings by 'V M. Thackerv, now pub-liihed for the first time; a novel written and illus- to hold on to this useless legal lumber, now residence nt this place. J. T. Tarter invincible because they oro just," at the of 51) for tho year. Business capital is trated by George du Mauner; a novelette by Wil- ROWLAND, KY.. nnd the wonder is if they will not in- has gone to visit his homefolks for a few- - celebration of Jackson's day by the greater by $:i,070,77o than in 18S9. Mernam umh iiowciis, una a seriesol papers ou LonIf the jurisdiction of county days. J. M. Reynolds, of linrrard, who Young Men's Democratic Association of chandise sales increased ?3,491,l)S7 over Doalors in Groceries, General Mer- don by Walter Hesant. crease it. In the number and variety ol illustrated papers chandise, &a, on subjects of timely court could be enlarged ami the judge hns been visiting relatives here for the Philadelphia, Cleveland tho previous year. Many costly busi- Invites an inspection of his lino of goods. They and other articlesunrivalled character interest, as well as in the of its short required to bo a practicing lawyer, tho past two weeks, ret Jrued homo Thurs- defined democracy as follows: "Equal ness und residence buildings were among were bought for cash und the consequence is that stories, poems, etc, Harpers Magazine will continhe can sell at a lower fiuure than those who do a ue to maintain that standard of be turned excellence to circuit courts could virtually long credit business, lie desires a share of your which day last. and exact justice to all men; peace, com- thu 0H8 structures finished in lhlM). it has been so long distinguished. patronage, promising good goods at the low est livinto courts of appeal, and justice would all Grant Dishon was struck and seri- merce and honest friendship with 1 m ing prices. Representative McCreary, of this State, bo ineeted out more speedily nnd satis- ously hurt in thu stomach with a slab nations entangling alliance with none; factorily. thrown by the saw at J. 11. Schnofer'B the support of the Statu government tdks in a manly and patriotic way about Per Year; I. M. BRUCE, dispatches of the mill Friday morning. Ono of Zach Pad- in all their rightc; the preservation of the Retiring sea dispute. Hu thinks it The Courier-Journa- l Harper's Magazine 4 00 time for Mr. Blaitio to give a specimen Marper.s Weekly 4 00 7th report failures of business houses in gett's little boys while out playing with the General Government in its wholo AND FSED LIVERY, Harper sllazar 4 Oo Philadelphia, .Mansfield, Ohio, Pittsburg, his brother ono day last week, accident- constitutional vigor; a jealous caro of tho of that vigorous foreign policy that has Harper's Young People 4 00 STANFOllt), KY. Winchester, Ky., by tho people; absoluto been talked about, and if Great Britain rights of election ally cut him in the face with an ax. Jackson, Tenn., Postage free to all subscribers in the United Prof. G. U. Fry opened his normnl acquiescence in tho decisions of tho ma- will not arbitrate on thu linu laid down Boston, ami Wilksbarre, Pa., and SPFXIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL States, Canada and Mexico. by Mr. Blaino hu would haveour govern- travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. yet it is claimed that times aro getting school here January 5th with good at jority; the supremacy of tho civil over The volumes of the Magazine begin with the horsesand vehicles used in livery Numbers for June and December of each year. bettor. This financial pressuro has been tendance nnd much interest wns mani- - tho military authority, economy in the ment drop negotiations nnd go ahead Only When no time is specified, subscriptions will begin with the number current at the time of rrceiot brought about Bolely by men who have rt,.8ted tho first week Others who hnvo public expenses; tho honest payment of and defend our rights. Mr. McCreary I of order. n.r.n regarded as oossessing superior made their arrangement to attend nro our debts and Bacred preservation of the makes us proud of him. Ho talks liko a Hound volumes of Harper s Magazine for three years back, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by 'wisdom in the handling of money, who expected in n few days. Teachers nnd public faith; tho encouragement of agri- true American citizen should. Louismail postpaid on receipt ol I3 per volume. CUth weru considered honorable in all the those intending to teach cannot find a culture, and commerce ns its handmaid ville Commorcial. cases for binding 50 cents each by mail Index to Harper s Magazine, alphabetical, d In the corporate limits of Rowland. walks of life, though somewhat better school in which to equip them- and freedom of religion, freedom of tho and classical, for volumes to 70, inclusive, It is all right for a man to shine in sofrom June, 1830, to June, 1885, on vol., 8vo clcth press and freedom of person." in business doalings. They have selves for their work than here. 11. J. DARST. Rowland. ciety, but if his clothes do, it is quite a 80 $4 Remlttauces should be made by been looked to and trusted with tho mon Tho death of F. F Sheppard, 07, different matter. Boston Herald. ey orueror orau 10 avoiu cnance 01 I0s. CRAB ORCHARD. funds of the people indiscriminately, Newspapers are not to copy this aovertisement Mrs. J. F. II. Gilmore, 47, and L. F. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. without the express order 01 narper.v Brothers. o Tho Finest on Earth. from tho fact that It was natural to YourC. O. scriho wishes to thank Hatch, IS, aro reported in tho Somerset The Cincinnati, Hamilton HARPER & BROTHERS. Aaurrss ton K R. is those whoso hearw weru set through your columns that A meeting of the stockholders of the National New York. that the only line running Pullman's Perfected Safety Reporter. exTrains, with Chair, Parlor. Sleeping Hank 01 Hustomille will be held at their banking Votibuled exclusively upon money would tako Tuesday iu Janu school board for depriving him of tho son of tho attorney nnd Dining Car service between Cincinnati, In- house in Hustonvillc the secoudfor l'arker Hardin, the purpose of nry, tSgi, which is the 13th, dianapolis and Chicago and is the only line 1891. traordinary precautions for tho safety position as assistant teacher in thu high general, died in Frankfort Friday, of tyThrough Reclining Chair Cars between Cin-- c electing nine Directors to serve the ensuingjear. was entrusted to their j. W. MOCKER, Cashier. 83 as to whatever nnatl, Keokuk and Springfield, III. andSleeping school of Grid) Orchard, v hich position phoid fever, aged 22, making tho second Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the care. Therein consisted tho mistake. ho had vorhally contracted for. When son that Gen. Hardin has lost by tho Only Direct Lino has been allowed to get the bet- tho hoard found out by thu bulldozing Avarice Iletween Cincinnati, Dayton. Lima, Tgledo, De- STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. same disease. gain ILLUSTRATED. . . troit, the I. ale Kegiousaud Canada. ter of prudenco nnd the greed for m scheme that they had thu right to emne of in the The road stockholders of the of Ir. Virchow, of Berlin, says that Ohioand theisonly line the oldestCincinnati State ot A meeting willthe held their banking First Na-in Harper's Bazar is a journal for the home. Givhas led them on Btep by step until vast ploy tho assistant for tho principal, they over 35 entering house be at miles of double track, and from its past record can tional Ilauk fortunes have been invested in stocks, met and employed n teacher who was a Koch's lymph increases bacilli, also more than assure its patrons speed, comfort and Stanford on the second Tuesday in January, 1891, ing the latest information with regard to the fashions, its numerous illustrations, and which is tne 13th, for the purpose of electing elevsunpltmentsare indispensable alike pattern-sheto migrate to other parts of safety. lands that nro practically securities and relative of four of tho board, regardless of causes them and the fashionable) to the horn Tickets on sale everywhere, and see that they en Directors to serve ttieens.ung ear. Cashier. 8j worthless, and which investments can tho professor's previous engagement. Wo tho body and so creates a now affection. read C, II. fc D . either in or out of Cincinnati, JOHN J. NcROUERTS, modiste Noespense is spared in making its highest order. Its clevIndianapolis or loleilo. bo withdrawn except at a fearful would furthermore stato that it was not not er short stones parlor plays and thoughtful esono Adam and Evo had the earth at .0. Mccormick, Agent. people of says satisfy all tastu and its last page is famous as General Passenger and Ticket sacrifice. Tho plain, honest for thu insignificant salary that wo wish- time. Their oxperienco should bo n In its weekly Issues a budgit of wit and humor everything is included which is of interest 10 wothe country havu had nothing to do with ed tho position, but tho literary advan- warning to those people who want it Bucklen's Arnica Salve men During 1801 Acnes II Ormsbee will write 2 : to mv ti this speculation ond aro not responsible tages wu might gaih. Hoping to bu ablo now. Rochester l'ot. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, berlast a STEER with brass nubs series of articles on "lhe House Comfortable,'' sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap-- , on horns; RED WORK old and will weigh abeut Juliet which aro staring us in will treat ot "banitary Living,'' and Is 5 or 6 years for tho troubled to return all favors, I am respectfully, ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup papers 01 "Women in 1,000 pounds. The owner can Tho man who can't sing and has a ba- tions and nositivvlv cures piles, or no pay rcquir for advertising and pasturage. get him by paying an iniereiiing succession 01 illustrated, will be in every direction; and yet tho tho face Art and History," superbly Yoi'iiSciniiB. furnnhid by 'Jheodore Child The serial stones is usually niadu to siug. -- Elmira Ga- cd. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, by W A. HAMILTON. people indiscriminately nru "sudoring" will he by Walter Hesant and Thomas Hardy. rrice a$ cents per box. or money retunueu. zette. m For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. In justice to Squire J. A. Chappell I from the misdoings of the fow who b nvo A VtiluiiJilc- - lilHcocry. Iweii managing nnd controlling tho mon will say that tho East End people aro Tho Now Discovery. I)r llrowii Smjunrd's iixlr of youth may be of tho country. It does not wrong in saying that ho dropped i). 1$. neighbors your etary nllairs You Per Year: on imiMirianl d'scovcrr i"U every ono luiows talking have hoard You mayfriends and one of the yourself be about it cerHarper's Razar the that Dr Pruikllii MneV'' New Heirt Cure with many who know from personal experience just by any meana fo'low that tho man who Edmiston in thu election hold ) 0a u.iuuIh aniicled tainly is. It haiirlc Harper's Magazine ... 4 00 bore wells and I am it good a is not a money worshipper enn not bo magistrates to elect a successor to fill the serious henrtilisc.it u N W Lonao of Llfo. how are one thing ills If you have ever triedthe work inwell prepared to and promptly will do the Harper's Weekly 4 00 of its staunch friends, because a good manner pun olm vt il t nci ou many you Drutrgixls Harper's Young People a 00 thing about it is when trusted with its management; on tho vacancy cuused by tho death of T. W customer" who vorr highly of It. wonderfulKing's New Discovery ever onceghena everywhere At One Dollar a Foot. after holds trial Dr has shown that tho Vurnon. M. S. JJastin. Mr. John Wnner. of lni(.Miwiov,n. lml.kurs: 1 nl.iri.in tho house. If vou have never used It contrary, oxperienco Postage free to all subscribers in the United at Stanford, Kentucky. Call on oriiddress-m"l hnti solil nun-I- of l)i M1lfV Now Cure und cough, cold or any States, Canada and Mexuo. L. T. SMIII avaricious nro usually thoso who yield 3I if hnvo reruivo.1 iiuuiy good reports." O Monrot, and should bo aHUctcd with a Miss Gwendolin Caldwoll, who gave of Dunkirk. N Y r prs Ui'Bo salts. "And throat, lung or chest trouble, secure a bottle at and aro led astray by thu The volumes of the Bazar Degin with the first to temptation n tflvon sat- onceand give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every Is the- best jmrl nf tho Catholic University in Washington isfaction." Sold Itund rvrrv bottle by A. It. Pen- time or money refunded. Trial bottles free at number lor Jaruary of each jear When no time gu iranteuU deniro to increase their possessions. Tho A is mentioned, subscriptions will begin with lhe Penny's. K. ny, Stanford, Ky n cent to $2o0,000 and ailed to marry l'rinco the time of order THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL number current at cf Harper's receipt effor three man without a nickel and Jnot Croat ilsccerM-H-. Bound volumes Bazar, is reported to bo about to outer a Tho First Step. carry in his bosom K.iiMiiiurotniiioH'IiiphononiHl years back, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by credit in bank can Manager, What lb anil bis Perhaps you are run down, csn't eat, can't J. U. OWENS, or by express 'provided the mail postage-paiyield up his convent. electricity, s.iillin lltt).tuiKNow8. Dr. nerv- sleep, can't think can't do anjthim; to your an honest heart and would In - Kentucky. Ireight does uot exceed $1 per volume lor 7 per you wonder what ails you You blast furnaces in tho Maho-min- g ous Miles, the toel!ku'i specia ami nerve Sixteen per volume. nervous system honor. It would bo disrates H tlir warning, you are taking first life rather than his Cloth cases lor each volume, suitable for Valley have entered into a combi- lluld. Auionu Ins numerous discoveries the should heed the prostration. You need thenerve a money sharks step into nervous hot-- l Itestorutivr Nervine l undoubted y one of tho tonic and Electric Hitters you will find the exact for tho public good if tho I have taken charge t "' popular every of $1 will be sent by mail postage psiJ en receipt nation and aro shut down. Ten thousm each. In nervousness Bents nnd remedy for restoring your nervous system to its and intend to run it in a first class maimer greatest It is uni.urpaliud neuralgia, could bo required to tako back monRemittances should be made by headnebe, epilrpty, Surprising results respect. It is being papered and painted froin normal, healthy condition. with tho and workmen aro thrown out of employ milium hoilr. sleeplessness, chungeol life, follow the use of this Nerve Tonic and Alterative. top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and ey order or draft, to avoid chance of loss. tho poor but worthy entrusted Newspapers are not to copy ibis advertisement l may be Unci or A. II The object is to forco down tho etc. Fru trial bottlttot evervthing done U make it pleasant and mnnngement of tho finances of tho coun- ment. and Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored without the express order nf Harper & Brothers. guests. The table shall never be surpassof coke and tho freight rates of I'onnv. druirglsl All should read his 'Stw In- and the liver and kidneys resume healthy action. ed by hotelsm this section. HARPER A BROTHERS. Address murtlinj tacit for th AflirtJ," a very able. J. B. OW ENt. fTi. f,mt thnt a man uiiiiks and prices A R Penny's try. New York. to Try a bottle. Price 50 cents at teresting oud finely illustrated book. Free ' drug store. nothing else than money! railroads. all. cares about men, and the sooner such barnacles upon cocifty are given to umlerMaud that instead of being considered the only trustworthy members of a community, they are really unworthy of tho confidence of the public, the better for all concerneJ. Men are honored because they are considered thrifty and their ability and honor are measured by this standard. Jese James was a thrifty citiren in his day. To accomplish his objects he was not only willing to risk time and money, hut even life itself. His revolver was honored in the banks nt Cohimbianud Huntington, lie got other ieople's money, but he did not get it at tho expense of misplace confidence. Bad us was Jesse's methods of accumulating money, were they much worse than tho-- o adopted by others, with the single exception of thu horrible crime of 1 Henry Johnson, who travels in tho interest of tho Southern lUptist Theo t'li.wtnl (.imiimirv u'na rnliUml nf n film . . ... , ., , ' 'W ... ' Hov. W. I Pettit. found guilty of murder in tho first degree for tho killing of his wife, has been denied a now trial and will go to the Indinun penitentiary . 1 . for life. otllce-Heeker- s court-hous- office-seeker- e The fact that the average age of 81 Congregational ministeis w ho died last year was 71 years, will start with renewed vigor the life insurance agents among tho clergymen. The next quarterly meeting at the Methodist church here will be held Saturday and Sunday, '1 and 25, when Be v. F. V. Noland, of Niehol.isville, will in place of Mr. Hand. Rev. R. 11. Caldwell will preach at Walnut Flat next Saturday nfJ:. i M. Communion services on Sunday followA business meeting Saturday afing. ternoon anil a full attendance desired. Rev. T. K. Beecher preached the funeral sermon of Mrs. Imgdon, mother of Mrs. S. L. Clemens, nt Klmara, N. Y., Sunday. Neither Mr. Clemens nor his wife attended, but listened by telephone loO miles away in Hartford, Conn. Tho church trial of Rev. Howard MrQucary, tho Canton, O., clergyman, has been attracting a great deal of attention. Tho chief points in Rev. McQuea-ry'- s her'sy are a denial of tho immaculate conception of Christ and of tho res urrection of tho body. Tho Baptist millionaire, John I). Rockefeller, has given $5,000 to tho Williamsburg, Ky., Institute on condition that $15,000 additional were raised. Dr. 0 GatlilT, of Williamsburg, has given provided the Baptists of Kentucky will givo the remaining $5,000. olli-ciat- o Burnam ollbrcd a resolution body adjourn side dio on March 13th, but you can gamble that it will not SICCOND TIOIUM; OlMCNsd .J,VTTJ.,VIiY 20, 1801, be adopted. I'utiitt who hare attended the "Common School" can enter without lo$ cl time nr instiuctinns. A, I en Departments, each under the management of a specialist. vantage unsurpassed I he equal property Mathema- tritthts WOtnCIl ualiy knocked out, tho motion of For catalogue address o. GORDON, B. S., Prouldont. Lancaster, Ky. Mr. Miller to table tho report nnd "" ' j tho amendments carrying, 44 to 30. Under the new election provisions' persons convicted of lining money to so-- , euro their election will bo disqualified from holding office, and corporations, Watch Inspector L. & N. R. R., dealer in which directly or indirectly use money or Other tllilli nf vnliut to inllnnnra vnt. V.I.V) M A ers, shall forfeit their chnrters. jgjf HUM in- - luvuiiiie ami luxation report, is now being considered. Gov. Buckner Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. made n strong argument against exempA tions of certain jiroperty. claiming that there was a sufficient amount of untaxed I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) property in tho State to aggregate Mr. that ".lie Garrard College, Lancaster, Ky. j ROBERT FE PIZEL, -- S 1 HiSHhS , ill (IRKS !VVl,. Nil IfcWFfRY (KUfc,mil. FINE WATCHES SPECIALTY. $250,-000,0- 00. CASH Paid For Hides and Fur, Harper's Weekly, R ELKIN SS-i- Stanford, first-rat- II. FARMER, TONSOMAL 6rt-c!as- s Harper's Periodicals: $10,-00- FOR IREITT. 77-t- f FOKS.&XE. post-pai- d pent-offi- ce courtSf-quartorl- Sc y 1 law-yer- NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Harper's Magazine. S3-t- J. C. ELMORE, 86-- Harper's Periodicals, m l&l WE, New-Yor- first-cla- ss For Salo Twenty Building Lots post-pai- d. close-fiste- ana-!)tic- 1 post-offic- e pro-buiu- run-lin- g Harper's Bazar. fasbion-plates et dre.-ma- Estray ITotioo. 90-- tf m BTEfcX, BQHIttTG Harper's Periodicals: ,t i MX'-i- t e Mu-ra- t, 11 it d Harrodsburg, bind-in- ?, bai'k-ucli- post-cilic- e comfort-able'f- or m - i.7 ,. jii; .w tJi.i'. -- irlvs i . . ? . . . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kv.- ,F A Stanford, January 13, 1891 W. WALTON. fr n lu I, t T ll w M - '. vV- - 9 The convention has adopted tho secret ballot clause, li cb, while wo havo never taken espo lly to, wo are not disposed to find fault with. Thuro ia much botb sides of the question, to be (aid weight of opinion at present with the apparently on the secret ballot side. It Tiik Louisville Times makes tho startis argued that while a great many of us ling suggestion that tho editor of the have no hesitation in letting the world Goods, Shoes, Covington Commonwealth mixed so know how mo vote, there are those who much Bourbon with his democracy at hampered and bulldozed by are often nock to 7 7 ' j the Jackson Day banquet that ho could every J f . employers and strikers from voting their so low not tell Jack Hendricks from John real sentiments. Thi? may be tru in be be Both are running for attorney some portions of the country, but it can stilp.fi. Simon 'mill Will n.l.l. mi.v general, but tho latter was browsing in no not justly npply to Kentucky, where be some other field that day. go Goods "groes and everybody else vote as they please, without fear of ostracism or of NEWS CONDENSED. The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette, losing their employment. Tho objection to the manner of voting is, howev- recognizing tho impossibility of its parFifteen shares of Mercer National er, moru than counterbalanced by the ty finding a candidate who can defeat Bank Ptock sold at f 15.25 to $117. adoption of tho clause providing that Grover Cleveland for tho presidency J. B. Saunders has been appointed there shall be but ono election in tho noxt time, continues to belittle him in postmaster at McCreary,. Garrard counCloalis be State or anv town, city, county or dis every way. It alio gives frequent prom ty, vice J. Lnyton resigned. UQh-grad- e goods. WevrODOSC to ItiallP. t.h.ijs mpplr. itinmnvnhln 7i, trict thereof for any purpose in anyone inence to tho statement that Carlisle has of the Indian census The returns year, and that said election shall bo held declared for Morrison as a more availa give the total Indian population oi ine to JVo do, we do beton the Tuesday after the first Monday in ble man than Cleveland. It is very United States to be 24 1,704. be is certainly an improve- doubtful if Mr. Carlisle ever expressed November. This There is not enough money in the ment. The people have been harassed himself thus, but it would not matter if Indiana treasury to pay tho expeiibes of with a multitude of costly elections, he had. As Mr. Wattereon says, Cleve- the present session of the legislature. which have kept them in a constant land is the logical conclusion of the situIt was agreed by the Senate that destew. Hereafter but one can occur in a ation, besides ho has ten times more fol- bate on the Financial bill should close year, if the constitution is adopted, and lowing than all tho others mentioned as Tuesday and a vote be taken to that is fixed for the more appropriate candidates combined. Tho democratic week. and convenient month of November. party will hardly consult tho rampant At Ballston Spa, N. Y., Samuel For these and other blessings we are sheet as to whom it will nominate, but was drawn between two hot therefore willing to accord the body all it won't go fur amies if it always goes the cylinders and crushed to death and adthe praise and thankfiilnefs it eserve?. reverse of what that roasted. viser suggests. The Madison Club at Richmond has It is gratifying to Virginians and all m. fallen into the hands of the sheriff, who Main Street, Stanford, Ky, Skxatou Blackiiuks has at last made who hold her memory near and dear to all its furniture to pay a gas attached know that there is a prospect for an a speech in the Senate and it has been bill of j;;:!". admiring The heaviest snow storms for years adjustment of hor debt, which will at duly heralded by the Dr. Walton reports that there are prevail in Texas. and all. the same time be satif factory to tho correspondent, mixed metaphor 10,101 pensioners in Kentucky and that Mrs. l'.mily Todd Helm I ai been reand relieve the Stateof the It was in advocacy of fret coinage of silhe paid them $021,451 70 for the IhsI appointed postmaster at Klizabethtown of repudiation, which she seem ver and was very robust in its express- stiiima three months. nnd tlie bocsaro very indignant. ions. He dared tho president to eto ingly deserves. Both the Hostilities have been resumed beThe fanners of Meade, like thosw of committee and tho advisory committee tho bill if it was sent to him, predicting tween the Brumtleld and McCoy factions Hart, have in convention decided that - that if he did tho next Congress would appointed by tho legislature, have apin West Viiginia. Six men are said to they will not take any jmrt in thu' alli proved a plan, which is that the old pass it over a veto. 1 he speech was like have been killed. Is Receiving His ance third party movement. bonds be surrendered and cancelled and all of Senator Blackburn's eflorts, a good 'flie Louisville Post charges that the Gen. Miles reports to the war denew bonds issued for so much on the one, even if ho did show his ignorance of 2S policemen who espoused the cause of dollar as the State can pay, on which tho Biblical lore in tho following bad break: Booker Reed for mayor have been given partment that all the Inutile Indians are within five miles of Pino Ridge Agency, Goods Warranted and a Perfect State is to pay interest without default "When tho financial legislation of this their walking papers. Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. country for the laat 20 years ia carefully and will come in while providing for tho payment of tho The "Urgent Deficiency" bill preTho committee on foreign rulatioi a The plan, of and impartially reviewed, a candid mind pared principal at maturity. 66 bv the republican managers in estimate that tho icaragua Canal will recognizes the insolvency of the is forced to the conclusion that Christ, course, congrets asks for only $50,000,000. And cost $100,000,000 and report to tin- wnate State and puts her on the footing of any with a lash, was scourged from the tem- the surplus all gone! that it would bo wise (or tho U. S. to other debtor, who desires to make a just ple by a better gang than than those who Is a question asked the Grocer every day. By a collision between the steamers guarantee have framed and fashioned our policies." the bonds of the company to and honorable compromiso with his credBear and UritanniH, in thu Firth of that amount. itors. It is to bo hoped that it will be Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at Forth, Scotland, 13 teamen were drown With frozen oranges in Valencia and Tun Osvensboro Messenger seems to be carried outandthequestion settled, which ed. Both vessels were lost. snow balls in Africa, sleiu'hing in Italy has agitated tho State ever since the captious in its criticism of the con. con. A steumship loft New Orleans for and skating on the Beautiful Bluu war and given unscrupulous politicians What earthly objection can it raise to 0 of Hominy, Rice, Navy and Huttcr Hcans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni, nature evinces a disposition to distlie opportunity for corrupting the the change of election day from August New York last week with a cargo barrels of sugar, tho largest amount tribute her winter luxuries with an im- Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, minds of the people and dishonoring the to November, that ahould cause it to say Apple Jintter, Dried partial hand. Times. State. But for it Mahoue could never that that puts another nail in tho consti- ever sent out in one vessel. Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Senator Hearst is reported at death's The deadlock in tho Minnesota have strutted his brief space on tho po- tutional cofiin ? Wo confess that we are door in Washington. His disease is can- Houso was broken by tho democrats, Pumpkins, Means, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip litical stage and but for it, Virginia's not half as much struck on the body of Heef, Sardines, Halibut. White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, fair name could never have been brought alleged great men as they seem to be on cer of the stomach. His estate has just who number 11, joining the Alliance been invoiced, it is said, at $20,000,00. electing a speaker. The NT. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum. &c. forces of 32 and Let tho State do tho themselves, but we are always willing to into disrepute. s Senator Ingalls is billed to blow his republicans and democrats each have 41 and re- give even the devil his due, and conse air thing by ita avowedlv to members in the body. lieve herself of n ecandal that now tar quently are not ready to give tne con- - bazoo in the senate Inland Stanford was unanimously veution no show at all for its white advocate the silver bill but really to pay nishes her proud escutcheon. alley. his respects to the farmers alliance, his nominated bv the republicans of the Col. W. 0. Bhadley returned from pet aversion. California legislature for IT. S. Senator, CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. Ur to the adjournment of the con. Louisville Saturday, where he went to Tho Pennsylvania having set the which is equivalent to an election. The have his throat operated upon, which he con. tor the holidays tlie body tiad cost pace of selling 1,000 mile tickets nt 2 complimentary democratic vote was givthinks was very succensfully done. Wo the State within a few hundred dollars ceiits a mile, the other roads aro falling en to Steven M. White. Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Syrups, Honey, hope so, as we should regret very much of $100,000 with but four of the 23 coin-t- o into line and soon all of them will Senator Teller, at the request of the Salt, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, I.ard, F'lour, Meal. see the captivating orator deprived of mittee reports disposed of. This is what adopt that price. Colored People's Association, has introhis musical voice. Asked if the Louis-- 1 it was originally estimated to cost in all, Blind Tom is dying of consumption duced a bill providing- - for tho expendiGOODS: ville papers were correct in their obser-- j but it is now confidently predicted that and the $500,000, which ho earned by Ins ture of $50,000,000 in purchasing lands Spice, Cheese, Maccaroni, vations concerning his plans, he said: $500,000 will hardly pay the bill, Flavoring Kxtracts, skill as a pianist, has mysteriously dis- in Southern California for the permanot a word of truth in any of ly not unless an adjournment is had ear- - appeared, leaving him a pauper inmate nent settlement of negroes. Raisins, Figs, Citron, Prunes, Currants, it. I am out of politics at present and her than is now expected. If your taxes of a lunatic nsvlum. In speaking of tho recent appoint- Parlor and Hall Lamps, Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, am devoting myself entirely to practicing are higher next year you may know The rebellious natives of the Caro- ment of Robert McHrido to tho sopremo yueensware and I mwarc. law." Notwithstanding this, however, what caused them to be. line Islands have killed 300 foreigners bench of Indiana, tho San Francisco Altn r & we want you to murk the prediction that and havo robbed and burned tho houses remarkc- "Tho man who can make a "Tun Reporter has a new 'Meddlesome of many missionaries will be the next lepublican nomineo he judge out of Bob Mcllrido can make a y for governor. Hois the only man of his Girl' at Burnsido this week. Bro. In a quarrel between Tommy Pettis llugi'tHirof a hole in the ground." vs who can tire tho public heart and is and Bro. Walton are invited to inves-brin- and John Hughes, each 12 years of age It is reported that Hume Clay has tigato tho case." Somerset Reporter, out its full strength. Any other at Birmingham, Ala., the latter cut the eomprniiiiscd with his creditors at Paris candidate couldn't mubter a corporal's The old saying, "a burnt child dreads former's throat from ear to ear, at 33$ percent. This is the young man tho tire,'.' doesn't seem to operate in Mr. guard. The Federal court at Covington sent who swindled the Winchester and Paris , Itucker's case, but like the he The Cincinnati Knquirer in mention- goes on to certain destruction. A man John Spencer, aged 11, to tho House of banks and ran off to Kngland. He is ing that there are 107,255 miles of rail- who can't cover up his tracks any better Correction for three yearsfor stealing $21 indicted in a number of cafes. MrH. Peters, and her old roads in tho U. S., gotH into some calcu- than he cm ought not to trespass in for- from B iicastlo post oilice, Leo county. lations that are somewhat surprising. bidden A Congressional committee is to in- daughter, who had recently established There is enonuh track to go around tho j vestigate tho Indian bureau and tho their home at Atlanta, Ga., were burned It is thought j in their world seven times, and enough to reach The Farmers' Homo Journal has a charges that the Indians havo been starv- 'to that the lirowas s'arted by incendiaries ot tno way to tlie handsome new head, but its editor, Mr. ed into revolt. It certainly should be more than and for to conceal tho criino of robbery. moon. If it were all in a continuous Ion B. Nail, will continue to use the ono done, A Washington dispatch says that it line, and in absolutely perfect condition, ho has always had. It is a good one, too, Near Greenville, O., Christ Oelsager Cm torU U so well UrtMl to cliIMrra Uiat CAtorla ctimi Colic, OonnUpntlon, is probable that thu case of Judge C. K. it would take our fastest express train and generally love!, even if he did make had a quarrel with his mother-in-law- , Bour HUHiiai'h, Dlanliaw, KnicUtlnn, I recommend Itnjiuporlortoany jrtcriiUon fkioj nonm, Kivua eej, will Jiruutotm dl- Kincaid for shooting Congressmen a break in rushing into politics when ho tho wife of Lone Leas, and cut her 27 Wnowntorno." six months to run over it. It. A. Abciih, M. D Bo. OiXonl fit., IlrookJjrn, H, Y, Taulbee will be again put ofl, as his conWithout Injurious metllcatloa. lit should have discussed the merits of tho times with a knife, 12 times through tho Scoiik another victory for the McKin-le- y numerous kinds of potatoes and given dition is such that ho would not bo able Tub Ckmtaub Oomimkt, 77 Murray Strwt, N. V. heart. bill, the fosterer of trusts, combines his opinion of the soporific effects of the A company has been incorporated to survive tho excitement of a trial. and other schemes to make the rich rich tearful ouion. In Chicago, last Sunday, at tho to build in New York city a now rapid er and tho poor poorer. All the leading Hospital, nearly 100 Masons perroad, to bo operated on tho prin transit Tim Kansas supremo court has decidglass tableware manufactories in Ohio, ciple of tho roller coaster. Tho stations mitted skin to be cut from their bodies Pennsylvania and West Virginia have ed again that white and negro children for grafting upon tho body of John Os will be on tho street level. entered into a combine and the prices of must go to school together, or rather that car Dickerson, a follow Mason, whoso reThe three nllianco members of tho that necessity will be forced up to the negroes can not be forced to go to sepa- Illinois legislature, who hold (ho balance covery from an operation for tho removhighest notch. The taritris an onerous rate schools. We have always been of of power, say tlify will not support al of n cancerous growth depends upon the impression that Kansas wasa mighty Gen. Palmer for the senate. David Hunt this treatment. tax, the people nro at last discovering. nice State for decent people to keep is The Kansas farmers' alliance legissaid to bo their candidate. Mn. Clkvkland is not only the most away from. lature proposes to pass an execution stay D. II. Sine, republican, claims that popular man in this land of the free and law for two years, to give threo years' Has the largest and of the brave, but his beautiful The Now York Worldseoms to strike Col. A. S. Berry's 27 majority over him right of icdeiiiption on mortgage forehome for mayor of Newport was obtained by young wife, even in her retirement, the nail square on its head when it says: MOST COMPLETE STOCK closure, to reduce legal interest to (5 jut first lady "President Harrison's bluff at bulldozing illegal voting and fraudulent counting cent, has tho call on the with forfeiture of principal if tho and has brought suit to oust him. in the country. A straw, which shows Kngland with a few wooden ships in OF Twenty citizens of Canton, O., havo rate in exceeded, and to reduce ollicial blows to that end, wus of a litter of seal pups in an open that the wind ualaiies al around. tossed on tho breeze at a New York sea, is a fair measure of his size as a agreed to guarantee the payment of A hhzzird raged in Kurope the latduo bv Mr. Duebur to tho Hampden cliRrity show tho other night, when a statesmnn." ever shown In Stanford at prices Watch Co., and tho works closed by as- ter part of liwt week and caused great doll dressed by Frankio brought $115 as low as the lowest. suffering. All tho Knglish, Belgian and and the ono by Mrs. Harrison only $100. It is stated that Harrison has prom- signment some time ago will reopen. German ports aro closed by iceamlnunier-ouised to approve tho silver bill if the senRemember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s George and W. 13. Hammons, cattle in the State, disasters to shipping havo resulted. Sk.vatoh Vest, of Missouri, has had ators who helped shelve tho Forco bill dealers, were robbed of $055 at Richard Even Italy and Spain havo experienced who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to his calling and election made Bure by an will come back into tho fold and holp Creek, neur Barbourvillo. They were weather whoso severity is beyond the unanimous renomination by tho demo- pass it. Harrison seems determined to spending tho night at that place and the memory of any of their inhabitants. A send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old violent storm of sleet and gold and silver taken at market price, Your trade and work is soliccratic caucus. Senator Voorhees will make the bill a law, but it ia dead thief cut open tho valise containing tho flort, Africa ami penetrated a Iohk sailing in Indiana. never to riso again. have fully as easy ited and I guarantee satisfaction. tanco inland, A. R. PENNY.- - ka. Gov. Thayer has barricaded his office and refused to recognize Gov.-eleBoyd on tho ground that Boyd is not a citizen of the United States, further com plicating tho political situation already confused by violent contests in the State legislature. Thayer kas tho troops on hand and is prepared to resort to bloodshed to prevent a democrat from taking the Beat to which thopeoplohaveelected him. In other words, ho has usurped tho authority of a dictator and ignored the courts, which nlonu have tho right to deal with such questions. Gov. Boyd has taken tho oath of office, however, dismissed Thayer's adjutant general and appointed his own. Ho has tho people on his side, if not tho military, and is bound to come out with living colors. To complicate matters, Powers, the alliance candidate for governor, now claims that ho is the rightful governor, in which ho is backed by numerous alliance members of tho legislature. ct nick state of afiairs exists in Nebras- ing succeeded as expeditiously in Btenl-ina State as he did tho presidency, has tho unutterable gall to telegraph the president,' "The New Hampshire republicans' victory has been achieved by methods honest, lawful and peaceful against democratic false pretense, preposterous claims and threatened violence and revolution. Time and reason will abundantly vindicate tho victory." Sinto people have not been struck dead for lying since tho days of Ananias, Joo Blackburn will please jerk the head oil' the miserable liar and thief. Bill Chandler sore-care- d Bill, havg NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN Will be the Great Low-Pricto-da- ! 4 e Clearance Sale, which we inaugurate will be a sale of such vast proportions and magnificent reductions that It the most VrodressivO veonla mill mip.ii. th.p.ir pups in. n.stf ninth input. IPY? tTnn't. do this thing often, but token we do we do it handsomely. y. Nothing In The House Escapes! . m Hen-dric- k. Dry Clothing, Hats, Trunks, Carpets, $?. Don't jniss it. Don t pass ii. It's money in your et bun now. .This sale includes inznn m tne nouse ana all at prices tluit tlie most persistent bargain hunter will ama zed. New bargains will brought forward excel the remarkable valt.ps nf that nremnris sold at prices that defy competition. Dress will for '"1 1 LESS THAN THE COST OF MANUFACTURE and Overcoats will offered at Ike lowest prices ever known for and vicinity ter. bargain, seekers. matter what others will Our prices will sucu as will really and truly astonish the natives. .?, ,V7 i k::e:e:f your zeyie oztr n tilings m our special bargain sales this Watch for what's coming. Save your dollars, dimes and nickels tjs buy d THE LOUISVILLE SAUNGEK, Manajicr. STORE J C.-J.- 's H.6.RUPLEY,- bond-holde- rs bond-holder- s' j FALL AND WINTER GOODS. to-da- y. - I WHAT HAVE YOU GOT TO BA T Dan-ub- ", A. A. WAKiREETS "MODEL GROCEBTZY' 17,-00- Is, boud-holder- to-da- j Fine and Staple Groceries, FARINACEOUS J certain-"There- 's - FAEBIS SARDIIT. Lew-part- ! g ! rJ fire-fly- 10-ye- fit-Id- DR3MHJ! Infants Children bed-roo- two-third- s Em-ergen- cy The Old Reliable Jeweler in the Lead. A. R. Penny bo-ha- lf $f)S,-00- 0 Walchcs and Jewelry b y. 1 V -- VV?V'"1' 2 .rtfj(i -- - .jh Bon.v, to tho wifo of B. G. Dover, n Lilian! & Cobb sold to Weil, of CinKahly Juno pens, cum and tomatoes boy. Ho has been christened cinnati, .18 head cattle at at S. S. Myers'. Martha Ann Charles Hunley Singleton 3.85. Your account i ready and must be I). N. Prewitt bought of Georce Gover, in honor of his (Successors to Higgins & McKinney) StANTOHI), Ky., jANCAItY, 13 1801 settled. W. It. McKobcrts. Vaughn n yoko of oxen, ,'5,800 pounds, and grand-fathand a few other rela for $103. Ciiiitkd Bkkp, potted bam and pre tives. IN Tho tobacco growers union has purB.O.WALTON, uuo, ManQRor pared mustard at S.- S. Myers. Oitoutl'NK. Mrs. J. K. Carson hold chased at Louisville the Union and Kkmkmiiku that the salo of T. C. Cof- ticket VJt, which drew tho handsome Southern storage warehouses for $."00,-00Desire to call the attention of the public to the completeness of their fey's eflects occurs 14. J. It. set of parlor furniture at tho Louisville MEANS BUSINESS. I wish to farm a horse nnd jack for stock in its various branches and most cordially invite an inspection Store. Tho fortunate lady was married Paxton. of it. will the coming season, as there is a good It is their intention to do business on a "live and let live Thursday last and this streak of luck Mii.LtKKitY goods nt cost for cash, Youk account U duo nnd rcjidy. Cal plan and promise their prices shall always be as low as the lowest. assist to a great extent her husband in opening for them in my locality. A. G. Now Is the time to supply Faulkner, Highland. Besides a general grocery stock they have a splendid line of fancy the furnishing of their home. nnd settle nnd oblige A. H. Penny. Mlhs Annie Wray. Juck Bosley sold to Woodcock A groceries and any delicacy in that line can, and always will be, found T. 0. Morrison has sold Owen 10 bead of butcher cattle at 2. A. Ki.n(!bvii.lk. at their store. Their stock of Hardware and Cutlery is large and Tiik grand army of pensioners has L. Mooro from Boone county, his M. Feland sold to same parties 12 at 2J "personaU" POINTS, well assorted and the desires of the most fastidious can be suited been increased by grants to John to J. farm of 1(H) acres near hero for $1,500. and 12 yearlings at 3 cents. Mr. VV. Ii. McKinney, of the old firm, is witli them and will be glad I M. Lahlky is at homo (or a few Toombs, McKinney, and Thomas Oakes, Mr. Morrison will return to his home in T. F. Alexander sold to Gentry Gilberts Creek. to sec his old friends and the purchasing public generally. days. Pennsylvania. J. M. Bullock Bold his Bros. 2G broke mules at $105. Same 5SjRcmcmbf!r we sell you the Oliver Chilled Plow and any repairs Minj Mattik Owi.ky Is down with an Look out for your property to lie ad bouse and lot in town to Mr. Meade, of sold 20 bead of 1,760 pound cattle at 4). cheaper than any house in this section. Look out for our "ad." in attnek of niuliiria. vertised if you do not settle your tux. I CaBey, for $2!")Q. Messrs. Sam and John Yeast A Horn sold 100 bogs at 3J to 3.40. next issue. C. II. IIaydkn in routined to Mb room am compelled to wind up my business. Held, of Ethel, Texas, have been visitHarrodsburg Democrat. with an ulcuriitrd throat. ing Mr. J. M. Johnston. I). Kewland, ExS. L. C. following sales were made at 1J T. Tho .Mien Nan.mk Dknto.v, o( Garrard, is M. Bruce's stable yesterday: Joe Em-brYkstehday was n most disagreeable I ii a vi: engaged the services of Mr. 0. of MrH. It. K. Wearen. the Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal B. K. & W. H. WEAREN, DEALERS J grand-moth- er er - SR0GER1ES, HARDWARE, &6 0. m your-selvt- s. m I f i HE L J I I I i of Madison, bought of M. Ballard 5 county court day and but few people mules for $515 and of Henry Dunn a pair ventured out. Tho heavy rains were for $250. Win. Underwood sold to Dunn followed by a cold snap and gusts of Mit. Jamkh T. Caiihon, of Cincinnati Fox, of Boyle, a pair of same for $245. ISsnow Hew all day. Iu the midst of all spent Sunday with bin homrfolkri. There was very little business done this it was peculiarly mortifying to tho .Mkspiia. K. C. Walton and Thomas Oi'it customers will please remember observer hero to receive and have to dis- on the street yesterday and save tho sale Lutdey went to Lexington Saturday. that we expect our accounts to bo paid play the following from Mr. Greely: For of N. Becker's effects no sab-- were Mn. S. I.. Powkiw, of Coin mbuH, Ohio up the end of each month. We are Kentucky, Monday, fair, stationary tem made. Thu carts, wagons horses and has been the guest of liU sister, Mrs. J. general rubbish sold very low, horses greatly in need of money and would es- perature. S. Jones. bringinir$2p to $48 and mules brought teem it a great favor to hnve our accounts All kinds of CONFECTIONERIES, Nuts and Cakes, pure handMil. A. D. Floha, of Itialunniul litis $11 toS0. Kit Son. Jane Mulling, colKilled paid. M. F. HI kin & Co. Mr. und Mrs. been visiting his parotitis Simon Wiehl bought of M. J. Farris made Candies a specialty. ored, shot her son Henry through the of the 250 exKeuben Flora. On account of the inclement weather, lungs Sunday night, killing him instant- 35 fat cattle, the pounds, at 3 Mn. W. A. Mi'LLiKs, of Idaho, was tin' Lincoln county teachers' association ly. The parties lived in Crab Orchard ports, that weighed hero yesterday, llo is much pleased was not held at Preachersville Friday and there are conflicting reports of the cents, and 25 export do. of J. K. Sum-raat 4J. E. P. Faulconer sold to Fritz, with hiHtiew home. Served in any style. My rooms are elegantly fitted up. night last, but was postponed till the murder. One is that it was a deliberate of Kansas, a juck for $1,100. dispatcher on llth, when it will convene at the Baptist and premeditated deed, the other that it M. J. Farris bought of D. N. Prewitt 75 Matt. Woodson, train Main street, Stanford. S. S. MYERS. the Cumberland Clap division, came down church at that place at 10 o'clock a. m. was accidental and happened during a shouts averaging 125 pounds, nt 2 cents deand sold the same buck to him, to he toe'n- his wife Sunday. scullle for the weapon. Tho woman has livered tho first of May, at 4. AdvoMiks Km ha Duddh, who bus been Tiik McGibeny Family, notwithstand- since made herself scarce. cate. teaching school in Jesnamine. was visit ing they wore handicapped by the loss A Giikman, whose name we could not of instruments and costumes, gave their ing Mrs. A. A. Wurren last week. NKW ADVEIITIHEMKNTS. (iitKKNIIKKKl IlrtUllIT, who l per usual, novel Krformaiiie bore with much learn, got on a tear hero yesterday and Mil. hups the oldest man in the county, was credit. The house was fairly good, though made a good start towards taking the sinking very faot tit last accounts. not up to the size of that on their former town, lie knocked down a couple of his brethren from the Fatherland and wantMy health having failed loan extent that I am JrtMiu M. C. Kauklkv, aei'ompanled visit. to quit will ed to "cut up" Marshal Newlan when determined property pulilic buiine, IKy , tell priMr. J. C. Hays to Kansas City, where he at Taint Lick, confutDisu!skii. Archie Harmau failed to he went to arrest him. "Brother" was vately my ing of law suit. will reprt'MMit Mr. Hays in a appear against JameH (J. (iivens in the too quick, however, and rapped him on Miss Kli.a May .Su'Nifuns, of DanGood Lmicl, LuulsvUU courts for "malicious cuttinu the head with his billy, knocking him ville, who has been visiting her nunt, and the case was dismissed. It is (1 ifteen acres in a private senseless and in a few minutes had him dwelling nnd lot containing about splendid with all Mrs. W. it. Million, returned hotim Sun..cres that they will make friends ami outbuilding. Also a (rood day. on his way to the caliboosu in the patrol nccewwir rehouse with dwelling ttarhed and about acre lot Da. Stuw-i- : Hailky was coital to Mt. that the former Damon and Pythhis wagon ordered for the occasion. with good outbuildings Alio my entire lationship will be resumed. Vernon yesterday by a diHwte.h stating Stock of Drugs & Family Groceries Ciikhm: Factohv. Mr. Jacob that Jock Adams, S.r., was at the point of Wk arvfreiiuatitly asked by pursons to of New York, is hero for tho purlluildmgt all and good death. advertito so and so for them, who then pose ot locating a Wisconsin man, Mr. wells and plentynewstock in good order. Two place water A desir.ble of B. Owkns, of Hsrrodsburi:, was Mu. J. mill, I taken your paper. ihm favor I. tiller, an extensive cheese manufac- tn live and a Rood point fur business. Will sell to AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER WAGON one party or to different parties. and Oliver Chilled Plows. 1 have just received a brand new stock one of n jwrty of ilirw that killed 10 they Imagine given them the free use f KANII1E L. ADAMS. 91 binls in a few days' hunt in Clinton the advertising columns, which imagina- turer, at Ottcnhrim. The buildings have and full line of repairs. Also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, which is alreudv been secured and ho will begin county. conceded the best one made. tion we never try to dispel. It is useless EXECUTORS' JflHiK W. II. 1'i.ttos, of Srmtuwt, to try to beat anything into the Instd of to maiiufuctiire in March with a guarantee of the milk from 25U cows. This is a As Fxetutorsol the lint will and testament of passed through Krhlny to Garrard to a man who says "I taken." big thing for thewiss colony, as well as JclinO. NefU, dee'd, we will, ch who recently moved to v.xit his son, Heavy and Shell Hardware, Salt, Lime and Cement. Thomas Salvers, n for the county generally. Mr. O. tells us Dikwcitatkii. that county. 26, '91, I n cigar factory also will be opened at - young brakeman, had his head cut encan furnish you almost anything you need in the Hardware or Gro that Mils. It. B. Maiionky and Marie reAt to o'clock, at the old I.pwIs farm of Ottenheitn this spring. Mr. O. hasdono adjoining the larm of J. Y. Cash, near testator sev-- m tirely oil" and his body fearfully mangled cery line. Turners turned to Columbia yestenlay after public auction, to vide Lincoln Co., Ky , Mr. and atAltamont Thursday night. He had a great deal for this county and deserves the highest bidder, the sell at following described ur'll weeks visit to her puronts, just made a coupling ami was climbing tho thanks of every citir.en. Mm. A, It. Penny. 8 head of ncc Feeding Cattle, a Mules, i Work II rood Horse, Extra, i Kockaway Horoe Mil. IjAI'iia Montoomuuv and Mrs. up to the top of tho car, when bis foot Dim) on tiik Thais. H. !" Logan, n Mare, about is Hogs, about to HarreU of Corn, . Sam Owens, of Stanford, are visiting Mrs. Blipped and falling to the track, the train contractor on the Cumberland Valley lot of Clover llu and some Kodder 10 Shares of Stock tn The homerset Hanking Co., jShtret W. C. D.tvU and Jot' M. Owens this passed over him. The body wils brought extension, arrived hero Saturday mornDealer In in The Kirst National Hank of Stanford, Shaie here and prepared for burial by Mr. J. ing with week. Somerset Heporter. in the Stanford .V Hustonville T. I. K Co , and thu body of a negro employe a Hives U'ihtU unld to be n snleiitlld nlcturo 0. McClary nt Hullman's undertaking named James Detiiiinber. He hnd been Terms ol Decs.sums of $10 and under, cash; GROCERIES AND For all Marlborough, who was. establishment, when it was sent to Liv- sick for several days and wanted to go ever that amount, 4 months credit on note with of the Ducliessof good security, negotiable and payable in bank Glassware, Tinware, etc. a Miss Price, of Garrard county, appears ingston, near which place the unfortuto his home in Nashville and tho con- und bearing interest from day or 4le. lot Jan it, jSoi. J. r CASH in the February number of Demorest'h nate man resided. The br.ikeman's K, Has on hand a"fresh supply of canned goods of every description, tractor was accompanying him ns far as H II Ml'KIMtv td is indeed a precarious one. Magazine. Lebanon Junction, when, after the s maccaroni, beans, prunes and in fact everything found in fa I)il Wyatt I. I.ktchkii. n prominent ho died. An SALE. con- change of curs at Corbin, Tin: supervisors of the tax lists grocery. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, citir.en of Garrard counand inquest was held on his body hero und a I offer for sale privately my Farm of 8; Acres, family to Nioholasville cluded their labors Friday and from Mr. verdict rendered that death was from ty, will move his ii miles southa of Stanford,of near the : omersct raisins, &o, in great variety. Give my Nudavene, something new, we order to be in reach of a good school. John Bright, who kept the tally, fol- natural causes. After dressing it and mkein It inbut high state has cultivation, all be a trial. in grass all the neccury in- 15 acres; learn they increased assessments us Jessamine Journal. placing it in a collin, it was interred in buildings, is well watered and fenced and a desir. ; lows: Iu the Stanford precincts able plate generally. Call oil or address rcc at Tiik Advocate says Herbert Honimel, Stanford, ky Hustonvillof-'O.oTHCrab Orchard the potter's lleld here. G. A. PEYTON. J N MENEFEE AC SINE. the 0. fc who used to live hero, was in Walnut Flat J5.015 and Highland Coi'NTY CouiiT. Judge Wallace E. in which several O. wreck at Stepslone, total, J73,OH). Tho other precincts Varnon presided for the first time yesmen were killed, and won knocked sense- $7:; remain as fixed by tho assessor. Those terday as county judge and did so, of less, but not seriously hurt. who have been raised in this precinct course, with much dignity. Tho will of Dit. I B. Cook, of Burnside, is inovlag Bltio-Crra- ss Farm For Sale. The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. house, on are cited to appear on the -- 1st and John O. Neul was admitted to probate A his furniture to the Owens if they can, why they should and the executors named in it, John F. will locate tboreassoon show cause, Upper Main and SASXJ, DUMBER, not. Those from the other precincts Cash and W. 11. Murphy, qualified. The I offcrfor sale privately the Henry Hester farm as his wife recovers from a slight indisof 00 aires, nearly all rich bottom land; 21 acres DOORS, will appear next day, will devises the farm of 120acresanil ev- sown in heat , the balance in grass. position. We are glad to welcome the BLKS15S, SIDING, on it to his wife; gives $1,000 excellent couple to our midst. The dwelling has six rooms and is in good reOn Feb. 10 Dr. Hall will be with us erything says ngain and deliver 0110 of his inimitable each to the Midwny Orphan Asylum, tho pair. Therein new barn, good w oil, fine orchTiik Covington Commonwealth Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. fencing on the place. ard and 'Mr. It. C. Warren made a capital speech lectures. Wo have only to refer you to Willows and Orphans Home and tho Terms 18 cash; balance 12 and lf at the Jackson Day Celebration there those who lieiud him to know whether Church extension fund, 20 shares of bunk months I'uscession to beivcu Feb. 1, itai. and scored some excellent jioints. Ah it will pay you to go. These lectures stock to Miss Dovie Talbott, tho young Apilyto me or my agent, W A. Tribble, at We carry a full stock of everything found in a usual bit made friends and increased the are as pure and chaste as can be w ritteu lady he raised, but who is not related to Stanford, Ky. f J. F. PEYTON, M. I). be the to bis brothers and impression that ho is going to in the English language and wo com- him, and thu balance The estate is valauditor of Kentucky. mend them to tin; young and old, tho sibters or their heirs. ued at $23,000. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your conir.tct male, the female, the bachelor, the elder CITY ANDVICINITY. The justices met witli tho court fortho SINK & MENEFEE, Stanford, K and every class of the community. The for building. .. OF THK. .. some claims conMAt'KKRKLHt FnrriH & Hardin's. lecture is under the management of the purpose of passing on They Christian Endeavor Society. They aro tinued from the October court. kinds of produce, wanted. A. T. passed the most of All to be benefited as well as the speaker so allowed some, but Nunnelley. again. The claim of. tho Staufoid we hope nil will turn out to hear him. them & Otteiiheim piko for payment iu full made, at Christian Endeavor. Cauajikl SYKtTf, the lluest Hustonville, Ky., was also continued till March. Farris & Hardin's. T Neaiily Fhozen. Friday morning's Capt. Thomas Itichards resigned as Jkhqmk Bkady has bought tho store of North-bountrain brought in a drunken magistrate and the ollicoof John Ellis in Saturday Evening, Fob. 14, '91, Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall T. J. Jennings at Needmoro at cost. German, who camu very near shullling Hubtonville precinct was declared vaPaper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, At a o'clock. r oil this mortal coil in our midst. He cant. The court then adjourned. answers tho most im A. A. Wahiikn Jewelry and Silverware. went to thu hotels and on being informportant question of tho day in this is MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. In order to close our partnership ed that lodging would cost him 50 cents, sue. business, , ho remarked that he did not care to buy is A preacher wants to know which Those indebted to mo will greatly the hotel and departed. No more was the meanest man, tho one who fails to We will sell tothehiglust bidder the above named Railroad Tho oblige by settling nl their earliest oppor- seen of him until about 10 o'clock property. pay tho minister for marrying him or tho Wray. tunity. Miss Annie when ho was discovered walking up 3 3 cash; the remainder In 6, Terms: one who robs the poor printer ? s 12 and iS mouths, with interest from day of sale. nnd down a fence to tho right of tho O Tho son of tho Venezuelan minister JcixieT. L.ISiiklton transferred his Danville toll gate, nearly frozen to death. W. D. & J. G. WEATIIERKOKD, and liquor liceneo to Mr. J. II. at Washington, Senor Perza, was martavorn c R Marshal John Newland was informed of o O Huitonille, Ky. go.td ried bust week to Miss Kico, daughter of Grccr, who has rented hia hotel. bis condition and soon had him thawing n poor Washington pbotogrnphor, nnd o '5 .2 t a o o W. I). Atiibkton lost an account book nut. He was hardly conscious, but tho tho old man feels very much outraged. O SALE OF PERSONALTY. o between Highland and Stanford, which story ho told worked on thu marshal's t John Tribble nnd Miss Geneva feelings to such nn extent that ho took rt rt tho finder will please return to lum. T C, Coffev, Brown.'an eloping couple of Paint Lick, As Administrator ol near the Crab deed. I will at O to residence, bint to n restaurant and gave him eat E Monday morning for his late miles from Stanford, on Orchard pike, about o Unfoutunatk. Mr. It. 0. Kngleman nnd drink to his heart's content. Thu took tho train here o T3 c Knoxville, whore they were to bo marv had n fine cow run over and killed by O a. z. rt 4 vr unfoitunato evidently passed the night ried immediately on their arrival. They X4, 1891, n u train Friday. This makes tho in the open field us a freight u to v. path were accompnnied by Mr. Will Jennings Sell publicly the personal propcrts of which he c beej second in tho last few months and died potsesscJ, consisting principally ot p o a. up nnd down tho fence rovenled and too, Miss ltucker. . died r few days ago. and sides hia ouly horse his clothes were covered with the wet Two Horses, I yearling Mule, .. 4 Milk Cows. 1 0 aI.. ?.year old Cattle, 3 yearlings y4r to which had fallen several hours U O lin? Hull. 8 Calves, about 40 Hogs, 300 shocks of FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Tiik Harrodsburg Sayings says that snow, 3 V.4.l... O .l.iL.nl TimnlltW 1IIV f h.nal. f.. previous. Ho imagined himself in Gerrt Matheny fc Poteet havo completed nnd 15 bushels East sorted Com, about Furniture, ol WheatsetHouse, g J, II. Hutching bought in thu was very anxious to go to complete hold and Kitchen moved into their elegant ami spacious many, but J S. WELLS, Ph. a. Preuc.t Implement!, Including new Whiteley Mower, O. O. BREE8E, Jeweler, fixed now Louisville, to which placo a ticket was End a lot of feeding cattle at 2 cents. Drill &c , new Btoro room and are bottor Enterprise reports sales Wood lUke aud Wheat and under, &c. tn hand; Terms: Sums of Jin Tlio Lebanon cash purchased and given him. He could credit than ever to do tho rushing business , at over that amount, a bearing of 3 mculhs nn nou i neither give his uamn nor tho where- of 15 mules at $130 and a iotercst trom date. with good security, havo alwaya been with .which they Mian Street, Opp.Court.House, STANfORI 86 td J B. PAXTON, Admr. of his abiding placo. abouts $100. RUi-H- t AlllIIIOHlA TtlOMAH, ()f l.OllirtvilU', iS vlailitiK Irs. V. 1J. McRbort8. M lrM C. Breeze, a flue jeweler, and am prepared to do anything in that line. Watches, clocks, etc., repaired on short " notice. W. B. Mc Roberts. S. S. MYERS' STORE -- s Headquarters for All Zinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruits, 1 1 m m tail-en- d il FRESH OYSTERS AT ALL HOURS, - m JT. FOR s&r,;. B. FOSTER V 1 2i Acres of Illue-Grau- now-hope- ) S 1 Otten-heime- r, SALE! STAPLE AETD FAWrCY" GROCERIES, Tuesday, January I J. W. RAMSEY, HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE first-clas- FAR3I FOR 11 well-know- n MS,-ISI- O; vo-n- n flV-'a- O; A Special Barg&izi. Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SIONGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, .1 fusl-clut- a One-ha- 111 WOVE1T WIIRE AETO S!,AT PSITCS. XAKiD. yo-t- n-- xt PUBLIC . SiSXDS FIRST - CXISLSS X'CTMBEH Weatherford. Hotel, DRUGS and JEWELRY ISCAMPlLDIEiK Best C3 d Fii-da- y, WATOB Watch. c Cne-thir- d m IS. 11 Wednesday, Jan. I i: well-beate- n c -- iiiv-j-uc- . Kami-in- car-loa- d W B. MbHOBERiTS, - 4 mMMm v V XL 'azii -- - :SrfMTWiiiiBii T Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT A WAR STORY. Published Every Tuoaday and Friday -- Reciting the Terrible Sufferings of a Young Mlssourlan. For the Interior Journal J IIY K. T. 1. Ik r.f fi M m II 1 m While boarding with Mr. John Bal S JPKU YKAK.IX dock, of Casey county, lately, ho Rave "When not to paid $2.60 will be charged.the writer tho details of thrilling adventures of a young mnn, which ho deems K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. worthy to be laid before tho readers of Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning the Joi'rsal. Mr. Baldock was a native at SMSP-m- . of Iowa, but lived in Missouri for a numL.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ber of years preceding his emigration .. ,t 50 a m to Kentucky. Mail tram going North Whilo residing there, for South tiopm 1159pm two years ho was intimately associated Express train " South m North...... .3 nam 6 35 m with a young man of fine physique by , Local Freight North 515pm the name of Kobert Paxton. South. Learning The latter trains also carry passengers. that there was an episode connected with The above is calculated on standard time. Solar HORr: SL'NSE. time is about 10 minutes faster his life's history, Baldock gave him many hints to draw it from him. Paxton llaini removed my llarter Miop to the om I.rMin tho Averrst; 1'nrmer Mny Draw finally brought up tho subject himself, mere ml Motel. I am pibparetl to at ommodate la I desire to sell from tlif Horn Slinvt. my (aim ol ahout 130 acres, situwas. dies as well as gentlemen In anything they ma with all its details, which wo give in his of Stanford Tho Rural New Yorker has this to say ated about Hj mile north the old chtirih on lh with in my line. Children also wailcii on Call Hush Hranch pite, opposite Tho next night I resumed my travels, Theie own language: JrSSF rilUMI'SON, about the horse fair that was held in are about 50 are in wheat and rye, the balance n me. InC (in menial ll"tel. of the farm well set In timothy Good dwelling of December. It is the and between midnight and day, after Now York city: "This is the of four rooms and kitchen and a plendid new claiming kin with a small, friendly dog, (ROYAL HUH J anniversary of tho most horrible events It was fertile "lOO;" that is to ?ay, it ham, is well watered and fen ed. Postesi n can immediately. For of my life, which took place nine years I entered the kitchen department of a appealed moat powerfully to tho fashion-nbl- be givenStanford, or write particulars, se J. I'. Iluilev. the nndericued at people, who demand showy and Cincinnati, Ohio. E WITHERS. ago. It fills my mind wi'h terror even house nnd procured my first meal since my escape. The thought now recurred speedy animals, nnd are prejwtred to pay now to think of my situation and sufferalmost any price for them. Tho lessons ings at that timo. I do not wish my to mo that I had been out two nights to 1)0 loarnod by tho average fanner at and a day and had not seen a living soul worst enemy to have a like experience. P. W QUEEN, Proprietor and had been asked but one question, such a Fhowaro few, but they nrv none In the year 1SG2, in company with a tho loss importanL These fashionable number of my comrades, I left a widow- which for prudential reasons I neglected horses top tho market in price, and when AiLti MILEi mw&-AxMs- n have recently taken charge uf (Ins well known ed mother and sisters and joined tho to answer. The weather was now bitter they aro good aro as staple articles of uoitii anu men a preterit Huh " ai us the trawling uu mzr'ASXffiS:' !eks Special attention given tu cold. About day I came across an ex- commerce as wheat or pork. A stylish C1 Yft. iiw vv wrJ- .mjr-- triirTT Jk lllth Missouri regiment in Price's army. public. '(J - V W osV K .m' I .7 In tho summer following, being tired of piring fire nt tho roadside, and after roadster or coach borne of good stylo and never go begging for a cus First-Clas- s color service, I returned home to my mother warming n little I entered a hollow, tomer. will some distance from tho highway, built """ in Johnson county. I found tho counIn connection Tho average fanner cnnot hone to Also a sharp lookout and ret call- mo a try well filled with Jennison's men, breed Nelsons or Ajctella; that codta too Twenty miles the Shortest to ed (ho Kansas "Red Legs." They did mained all day. On tho third night I mnch money, and mast bo left to tho Pool nnd Billiard Parlors. tried to travel again, but was bo tired, wealthy breeders, who have every faciliL. M. R KID, Clerk A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of their dirty work ostensibly in tho name Making direct connections in Central Unloads- 73 tl U. S. Uoernment Kt- - of tho Union, but their principal occupa- sore, worn out and hungry that I made ty for breeding and training tho best, all In leavening strength, pot for port. Aug. 17, 11149, " SL I.nuit, Michigan Points, Chicago, WK WILL S1.ND tion was murder and plunder. They had but little headway, only making, as I sup- and who can afford to give away nino Detroit, Cleveland, Iluffalo, posed, o or 0 miles. At daylight 1 found poor horses for tlie profit ot breeding tho Indianapolis and the West, a particular spite against Price's men, A. S. ono first clam animal. But tho fanner THE INTEEIOB JOURNAL Canada, New England, and I was run from home, and in com- myself near n respectable looking farm can afford to mine good coach carriage-hortcor SURGEON DENTIST. house and concluded to venturo in and IN CIA'U WITH New pany with a neighbor, Charlie Snelling, juht xn wpII as ho can afford to Washington. Office Jon Main street, over W. II, McRoberts' Ilaltimere, Philadelphia, trv for a breakfast. I entered and apand an Irishman, Pat Drug Store, Stanford. , took to tho raise nondescript animals that naturally DEMOREST Frankfort, Ky MAGAZINE (tuirkrtl time to Harrouthiirg, Shori'st arid plied for a job of work; being refused I find their way to tho Kfhmund, VIRt.INIA brush. Wo camped in a secluded woods street cars, with Quickest tine to proposed chopping wood for my break- the certainty of finally being driven from C. MORGAN, D. D. S. and got along very well till a squad of ONK YEAR FOR $j 50. R. men camo upon us, claiming to bo Price's fast, which proposition was accepted. that work by tho edoctrio motor. . Stanford. Kt. w V WALTON, Tho breeders who exhibited at this Solid Trains, baggar cars, suokltitf cars and DENTIST. After breakfast I attacked tho woodpile men. I was suspicious from tho start Coaches, Pullman lloudoir Sltepcrs through withshow all tup) that tho busintta of out change via Chilian ga, llirmlngham, Merid Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, and told them I was a Union man, while with vigor and found that chopping breeding and training fino horses grows up stairs. Nitrous Oxide uai given for painless Co. Ian making direct connections en routetnfor Knot, I worked lively Pat was reticent; but Snelling spoilt our helped my Boreness. villr, Ashtville, Lynchburg aid point extracting. the bettor with each yvar. Stiles of trotting STANFORD, KENTUCKY. chances by saying, 'Bob, you know you till dinner time, when I proposed, as stock for breeding purpavw nro largely OF STANFORD, KY., are lying; wo have been with Price and the weather was so cold, that I would detennined by "records." As 0110 fam- Is now fully orgsnued and for business with At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmlng DR. W. E. are bushwhackers now!' I aimed to work for a few days in chopping and ily or strain increxvsoti tho nurabor of its ton, Chariot hi. Augusta, Maron, Savannah, had no chance. Wo were im feeding for my board. I was catechised members in the 2i0 claw." or under, Paid up Capital of $200,000. tlruntwick, Lake Cily.Thoraatville aud FLORIrun, but DA points. mediately arrested, the party proving to and I told a very plausible tale of bad tho demand for Uiat "blood" increa-tos-. The onlv line . - - with 15,000. Pullman lloudoirrunning solid trains Cars choice, Office South side Main street, in office recently Jnst now, for txnuipto, Nelnon's great Snrplus, or Palace Slipping to Jack-bo Illinois scouts, and I am certain that luck in getting employment and misforKy. vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, tonvllle without change lor any class of passenperformance has attracted attention to gers or baggage some ollicious person had directed them tunes nnd thought my explanations t his breeding and aiicuUors, and it will SUCCESSOR tnTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL Selma and Mantgumerr, Hunttville, Decatur, 1). F. ATWOOD HANK OK STANFORD, J.J. ALLEN. to our camp. Wo were sent by steam- were taken as gospel truth, but found uououeM citangu mo plans or muny Florence. Memphit and ARKANSAS pants Shortest Annistnn. Selma However, lireeders, and creato a demand for ani (Now cloning up) with the same assets and under bile Pncrtand uui kesl to made at NKW Ma boat to St. Louis, where, after remaining afterwards I was mistaken. ATWOOD, ALLEN connections OR inc same management. LEANS without utnmbus transfer for UaJvctten prison for 50 days, we were brought he agreed to let me remain and I did mals which otherwise would hardly be in lly provittoflt of its chatter, iltwtitort r as Houston, Austin, depositors lly RISHL ESTETE EGEETS. before a court martial for trial. Hero things up to his satisfaction for several noticed by tho "experta." All this is the inks,protected as aie being held in National Individually TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. its shareholder again, from some unaccountable weak- days. In the meantime ho had been to most necessary Bort of business for tho Italit. in flip .iir.l nf th amaulil (if ihelr tfn.L The only through line in lackton and Vi ksburg, City, Tonn. le.Hn importance tO therein at the par value themil, in addition to th breeder, and Whilo of Miss. Shreveport La., making ilirwct ness or terror, Snelling confessed that the postofiico and brought a St. Louis , In such shares. It may ait as without obiiiiI u, transfer for Dallas connections JAS. G. GIYENS. is. nmirineiess, import- - amount invetted r.rtVerih, WM.AYRES. paper home with him. I chanced to uio iarmtr eiftulor, .jmunttrator. trustee, Ac, as fully a Austin San Antonia, El Pato and points In wo were Price's men and bushwhackers, ant that ho should know what pick up tho paper and tho first thing breeding his mares to. A study ho is an individual and I could get nothing else into his & GIYENS, of pedi-T. h".T f:2:i!i,JLe,rv.b."'l'n.tl.,u.,J V, TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. head. There was but one fate for tho that attracted my eye was an account in greed and Jterfonnauocti Will help him Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks ami Attorneys at Law, I'er through rales correct lull their bMne tht "'" bushwhacker to be shot to death. Wo full faced headlines of my escape from jtlSt as a knowledge Of the good tinalities with us, offering ""lnu to transact prompt allen- - information call on Agrniat county mans andKy junction tilv, guarantee for f be of SCrvicO to him lion to same, our twenty year." esperiee.ee in or address ,v . wui.i.,r. i riv..irv 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. were tried on Tuesday and the following prison, the death of Pat, tho finding of qf several bulls will Trav Pass Act . I.eamgton Ky. banking anitas literal acconimotiaiMiis at arc conI) G EDWARDS. C.C. ItARVKV Tuesday was fixed for our execution. my clothes on tho river bank and sup- in breeding up a herd of good cows. sound banking. Shrcve lluilding. ; P, AT. A., Special attention, tho breeders said, sistent with r Wo were confined in tho 2d story of a posed drowning, but in case I was not iiirkctoks: Cincaratl O ehould lw given to tho mare, and unless J J. WiUkims, Mt. Vernan; FRANK MAHIMON. high school-housbuilding near tho drowned n reward of $500 was offered sho is largo, strong and tolid they would JAS. G. GIVENS. J. M Hail. Stanford; banks of tho Mississippi river. Snell- - for my apprehension. I was bo startled seek for vigor and strength rather than J. S. Owtley, Stanford; GIYENS & RERWQR. ing's strange weakness made me so an- that I dropped tho paper and left tho speed in tho stallion. In fact, endurance, S. J. Emkry, Stanferd ; gry that I did not take tho blues until house. As I left, tho wife of my host good nature and a popular color will REAL ESTATE, J. K. Lynn, Stanford; "IMUIQ OUVHrJ ltOUTlC." A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; Monday evening preceding the day set picked up tho paper and read out the provo more valnablo than great Smed - J, K.Haughman, Huttenville; Tuo Shortest nnd Quickest Houto from placo which astounded me. Tho next without any of thoso qualities. There for our execution, when I saw some J. F. Cash, Stanford; Central Kentucky to all point North, morning my employer, whose name was is a great demand for good hunters and Town Lots, Coat, Iron and Timber Lands bought men handling three boxes, which I supWilliam Uooch, Stanford, Ky East, Woat nnd South-Wes- t. or sold on Commission. Correspondence jumning horses. So long as rich people Fust posed were intended to hold our carcass- Hall, before I was suffered to go to will organize so called r solicited. S. II. Shanks, President Lino botwoon Lexington and Cincin"hunts" after his catechism. In addi- foxes or nnisoscod bags thero es. We had been consulting about es- work, J 11. Owsley, Cashier nati. will bo a W. M Ilright, Teller caping before, but had never concluded tion to plausiblo tales already told, I demand for good saddle horses that can SCHEDULE IN KFFECTNOV 18,0. J II lUughinan, General Ilcxtk. Keeper upon any plans. I would hero remark spoke of being robbed. Hero Hall told clear a fence or brook with tatso. Who No. 2. No. No 0 1 have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somer. set pike, 7 miles trom Stanford and am prepared that wo had plenty to eat, but were al- me to halt. 'You have lied long enough,' is better tmalified to meet this demand Es. Sun, Daily. Kx Sun or I I'MI.EK. SHINGLES, to furnish any kind lowed no fire, and I believe that I had said he, 'you are Bob Paxton, tho es- than tho fanner whose tiasturod aro on 8 10 a m Ac, at LOWEST PRICES. I will sell the Lvc Cincinnati co p m a so p rn hillsides, and whose rough land will not the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give becomo somewhat tho nature of cold- caped prisoner. You answer tho descripm p Lvc Covington.. 818am 8 08 p in a ao p ra me a trial. Postoffice. MAYWOOD, KY. Lve 94) am 9 m blooded animals, such as snakes, frogs, tion, your actions, the fit of your gar- provide a living for slow moving, heavy Newport News A Mississippi Valley Co., "E. D. ' Arr Falmouth... 11 19 am to 16 p m i 5" P Paris y j IliDm A.ll.HASTIN Solid Vestibuled Trains to o p rn 11 10 p m 11 m pin . j Arr I.esington Come, own horses? &c. It was becoming cold weather and ments, all give you away. Hackney horses nro also in good deLve Pans. 7 am Philadelphia Arr'Winchciter.J 11 to p m IJMDI up; an honest confession might be' good mand. Thcso our guards were housed in tho room be6 re p m i "chnnky" and handsome r JS p m 7 jo p j, Baltimoro, Now York, Arr Richmond.. low, und I proposed to jump out of our for your bouI.' Finding myself cornered, animals are wanted by tho riders who Arr Lancaster.... J 14 p m and Southeast. prison window to the ground and Pat and although my employer was a Yan- like to show thomsolvoa off in tho ixirks. All points EastOnly one night out Irom Lexington, a . jl ..Mr..i - J 45 p m a id p m Lve Richmond agreed to my plan, but Snelling object- kee of the strictest sect, there was a Many good hackney stallions aro being Arr llerea. J o P m Corrected Timo Card in Effect Nov 16, 1090. ed, as he could see no possible chance of kind of instinct that told me ho would sent to this country from England. If Arr l.ivington. 5 ao p m THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD KEMEDY. FOK TTstSTail Aceom. escape and he had as soon be shot as to not betray me, and I mado a clean breast thero is ono in yonr neighborhood, and Fast No. 5. No. t. you havoasound, active, "blocky" mare, Express STATIONS. Daily No.t; break his neck. At the proper time of of everything. I could see that the man it will Dally. Ea. Sun, Dailr pity you to breed her to him. night I mado preparations, pulled off my had a deepBympathy for me. Ho re- Thero is every chanco that tho colt will Lve Stanford Lvc Scu J! ,h 'ii jo n'n i 17 am 11 jo n'n Lve Livingston.. .. 10 35 a m a llerea. -6 15 pin 11 40 am 5 Ji pm " l.rnnglon.. boots to prevent noise on reaching tho sumed: 'You aro very young and had a bo salablo nt a good price. r Arr Richmond.... SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, S a in Winchester .., J 00 pm u 4S pm! 6 40 pm ground, bade Snelling a tearful farewell, severe time; you do not look mean; Lve Stanford .. Another chanco for making money Is " K. U. Junction. .'......... 7 00 a in SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &e. Lve Lancaster I JJ pm 7 30 pm 7 topm ; Jo a an there may ho Bomo good in you; I will iii breeding Shetland jionies. Thero is a " Mt. Sterling. surveyed surroundings, found things fa....pm Arr Richmond... 10 if " Morehead .' m sj pm PRICE BO CENTS. ' Ullve Mill 3 3 pm 10 00 am Lve Richmond.... I 03 p m 6 10 a vorable and mado the fearful leap. Strik- not betray you. But you can't wear great demand for thcso littlo fellows. Send three t 10 t$ pm J J5 pm a 15 am Arr " Ashland. stamps for free Bamnlo Winchester. HI pm ing tho ground stunned me and on com- those clothes without giving yourself Try to buy one and see how difficult it is " Catlettshurg box and book. 10 43 pm 5 30 pm 8 j am Arr Paris 31 " Huntington iiojpm 0 at pm 9 in am Lvc Lcxlugton ... t 00 lp m 111 a m ing to I found Pat lying dead near me. away. I will take your measure and go to get what you want They jito tough in 7 0 3 45 P m and liardy, easier to keep than mules Lve Paris to town und get a suit for you. I will 43 P m a in 4 P m lie had struck a projection from a lower WEST HOUND. Lve Falmouth. and will do mora farm work in proporpm 9 it a in 5 y V 111 Arr Covington, .. S 40 p m to 44 a m 6 37 p m window, which had turned him, causing risk your paying mo if you can and if tion to their 6izo than any other farm Arr Cincinnati .. 5 jo p m 10 Jo a m 6 43 Ul 2 ton. 10 nm 6 00 am j 00 pm him to fall in such a manner as to do the you run off it will not break mo up." animals. Thero aro soveral stock farms . . I ao pm 6 15 am 3 36 pm mtlettstjurg On the.Maysvilleliranch, Nog. leaves Paris It was agreed that I was to pass as his in tho conntry whoro they aro kept ex fatal work. I examined up and down at " Ashland 40 pm 6 50 am 3 40 pm 7 ss, a m and No. u. at ABSOLUTELY PURE, j ,7, p m arriving at unvo tun. 8 47 am 4 am Maysvileatioio.am, 7 j8 pin tho river and found guard line obstruc- wife's brother and be known as Bob clusively, doing all the fann work, from ami 735, p m. No. lo M Mt. Sterling pm 10 33 am 6 aj am leaves Maysville 4 a; FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATHI tions and decided my chuueo of escape Knox from another State. at j jo a m, arriving at Pans at plowing to haying, and doing it welL " Winche-ter- .. 5 07 pm 45 urn 7 13 am 7 4", a m. No. j 11, , AND NURSERY PURPOSES. H was to pull off my clothes and swim the There is three times tho money in breed- Arr Lexington j 35 pm 11 40 pm 8 10 am arrives at Paris at leaves Maysville at traia, tad 4 io,p m. These I was employed by my benefactor, daily except Sunday, ing two good ponies that thero is in TAR-OINo, runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati, Mississippi to Illinois. There was a long given good wages and no one ever susCO.,, Chicago, LimiteiT Vestibuled Express runs dally and breeding ono car horso, and tho cost la Pullman Vestibuled lluffet SleepdVs between taa No 43 sand bar in tho middle of the river, pected my identity. I remained with about the same. Tho Exinoro ponies are isville, Lexington, Washington, New York Lou- 1043 am: leavea Lexington 1000 am; arrives Paris except Sundav. For sale by A, K. Penny and L, Bourne, and No, S leaves Cincinnati I decided to make for, and I was him till nearly tho closo of tho war, also in good domand. Thoy aro somo-wh- Old Point Comfort. This train is made part of the Stanford. which 5 opm; arrives Falmouth 703 1111. cAccpi Aunuay. celebrated ., a good Bwimmer. I plunged into the when hearing some familiar names no. 7 leaves ralinouth Ai.m -. ,..: larger than tho Shetlands, but are . V. water and swam till I got so among some woodchoppers at a railroad Btrong, active and rugged. rraln Notes -- No 3 runs dally, except Sunday, East of Huntington on the C. A O. Route between Lexington numb that I gave up and let my feet station six miles off, I mado them a visit Fast Mail Trains run daily except Sunday be Sunday only, making and Cincinnati. No, ,, runs all local stops. No 4 runs tween Lexington and Huntington. Make direct daily Farming. Mixed down, when I found I was in water only ana iounu mem 10 ue oiu comrades lroin Cincinnati and Lexington connection at Huntington with C. A O. : at Ash NoteTrains No. 6 and Falmouth OUfy Ono small colony of eight Michigan land with S. V K ; at Winchester with K C. R. waist deep. I managed to reach tho low- Missouri. They were at a doggery, from new 4,h St Depot, R. north sou h bound, and at Lexington with on 4th below , John st. of tho sandbar, but could walk steeped in liquor and playing for drinks. farmers near Ypsilanti wont to Dakota L & N., andS and C..N. O. A T. P. Railroads. er end L eight years ago with not over threo or Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily. andhalmouth Accommoda. but little at first. After beginning to ex- I did not drink and tried to keep them four head of 7 at "CW 4 S,'nePt,oii 4lh below cows among them. Thoy Connects at Wincheater to and from K. C points JohiTst' ar"Ve ercise, I soon got so I could run and be- quiet, as the prejudice between tho two can now count up over 400 head of cat-tl- o and at Lexingtor. with L S R R for Louisville, Nos, a and 6 make connections at Korfull inf Tination in rieard to rates, routes, Inr points on the N. N. A M. V. Ity Winrhestei came warmed up so as to get the use of parties was still high. At last onoof my . and horses which thoy havo raiaed Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines IMPORTANT.-Train- scf this line now arrive or to my limbs again and I once more breast- comrades hallooed for Jeff Davis and a and which figure as profit. Thoy hava S K, II.MORSE, II. K.HLNTINGTON, .Cent"' "nion Roller Extract. Station Cincinnati, making connectionPassenger V P ard(. M, of cold water. I gayo my- fight commenced. I took no part in tho lived through tho toughest of tho prairio ed the world A., for all points North, East and West. Ciucinnati, Ohio. For full particulars address any agent ol the self up for lost again, became somewhat fight, but tried to keep peace and would privations, and now seo tho way out by G. W. HARNEY, W. S HARRISON, Co: G M ,Iexington,Ky T P. A., Ashland. Ky have succeeded, but for the beast of a tho j'early increase in tho Hocks of Bheep, unconscious and partially coming to W.L MUNSON Trav P.u. Agt.. ClncinnaU. VoxOl' S. r. II. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r Agt., Ho told mo to let them cattlo and horses. Exchange, found that I was pulling out of the Dutch , ' .., H.E. HUNTINGTON., water by a sawyer. I could not walk; kill tho a n of a b h that hallooed for . .... . M..w Mlloa' Norvo nnd Llvor Pllla. ucii imager. rolled myself in tho sand till I became a Jeff Davis nnd camo at mo in a pugilisActon a new principle regulating the liver, GENKRAL OFFICES: aaaWflflBvlnnalaakaV f sClfisUkoVil of Commerce lluilding, Cincinnati as I got ho I could tic attitude. I reached for a bench leg stomacli and bowels through the nerves. A new RfL' Chamber little warm. As soon O discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousNote -- Double daily train service run, it was tho first timo I felt myself and floored him, and took out tho back ness, had taste, turpid liter, pil), constipation between Cincinnati and Lexington. on Sunday, IS OUR BEST FLOUR, Unequalod for women, children bmallett, free since camping from tho "Kansas door, where I found obstructions in tho mildest, surest men,dotes 23 cents. Samples free ;o BUT EITHER 11. I'cnnys, Mniiioni. Red Legs." I would have given SI ,000 shape of a paling fence and a fierce bull ai to have let my mother known that I dog. I downed tho dog with my bench This notice forewarns hunters, had crossed the mighty river. I struck leg and toro away the paling and mado others not to trespass on our lands fishermen and as all such willbe. prosecuted without lull, & to the east, Boon camo to a road and after run- my way to Mr. Hall's. I reported to csttxteut of the law. Signed: IDOL-KIN- G ning some distance I camo to what look- my friend what had happened and ho When Baby was sick, wo jraTo her Castorla. ob HUSTONVIIaliB, KY. MrSAM'ifh IRWIN, ed like a tenant's house. I surveyed advised mo to leave. I hoarded tho When she was a Child, sho cried f oF Castorla. Are still In the business and ready to do anv. TIIOS,'cCliA,;l,CKER- JO"! I.ALLOU.N' Vfhen sho became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. have" a full thing iu the Undertaking line. We tho premises and found no bulldozing train that night for Quincy, 111., where I wf As V.iViL,.L.N' stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robei dogs and made an entrance through a remaided for a few months till tho closo When she had Call JreD, sho eavo them Castorla, of every description. (Jur hearse, which is nearly alicej? AN. new can be obtained on short notice Mr, J. U, ' m !w.V IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR window into tho kitchen. I discovered of the war, when I returned to my old COOPER, &' Green has charge of cur business and will show ; " J' ! our goods to any one aeedinir anything in nni the partition door open and saw a flick home near Warrensburg, Mo., and found ,,,4l;CE, THE MONEY. .vrrvrcK -- ering light in tho fireplace. I cautiously crawled on my hands and knees into tho family room and finding from their snoring that tho inmates were fast asleep I found pants, vest and cont on a chair, I appropriated to my own lis!,' also a pair of boots under tho bed. Just as I was pulling on tho last boot tho man awoke and called, 'Who ore you?' As I made n break for tho placo of entrance I struck a chair with a hat upon it, which reminded me that I was bareheaded and I confiscated it also. I found on sotting on the road again that my boots and hat were good fits, hut coat and pants denoted their lato owner to le of very much shorter dimensions than myself. Traveling rapidly the rest of tho night, as day approached I left tho road nnd entered a wood, in which I remained all day, and found how soro I my mother and sisters much surprised to sec me, as they had long mourned ma ns dead. About tho timo of my arrival Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ot Ken-- ( 01 my comrades of tho railroad station af- ucky, iubict to the will me Democratic party fair also camo homo and had been badly HOUSE,! "chawed up" and, like myself, had tak en leg bail and could not tell what had F. 13. RILEY, Proprlotor, becomo of my Dutchman and tho dog. - Kentucky. And now, Mr. Baldock, you have that London, I hare moved to my new Hotel and am better critical part of my life's history, which prepared than ever to accommodate the public you have often hinted mo to giyo you. Good Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. Tho war and its prejudices have long FRANK RILKY. 77 ceased witUme, for when I think of the bad treatment of tho opposite side in the struggle, I remember that the best menu 1 nau in all my troubles was a Lot on Main Street in Stanford ). Tarrant. Yankee." Containing acres. Mt. Salem. Kv. Terms easy. T R WALTON, Stanford. RICHARD C WARREN HILEY . 3r5! Tcpi 1 ,'irrp! tf&ssn rpsTrwrr Mi!iiH2i:UrFr MW . THE 3TORJALEI 1 Parian. For Sals. C 51 o ftHTERS 1 HOUSE J pssas a .1 fc. -- AKlK6 I t 94ri'i507hK5Pi 110 .m fM 1 net-pin- POWDER Dr. I""' MurWAmfcZJL nxm Sample Room mJMJFMWMtiiEBi aa fire,-kep- Absolutely Puro ""Baia iraP PRICE, York, Iloston, NEV (DB1LEAKS, Farmers Bank& Trust PENNY, CAI1DIIrU89 Dentist. & Johnson , it-- AYRES 1 '.. ""' t, ioi-y- e Kentucky Central 8. R. Pixicville, Kentucky. ioi-y- 1TEW SAW MH,Xi. lum-ber- i, 4 South-Hound- OLD KY. ROUTE . I 43-- Washington, I ! TAROID two-cen- I . I North-Ilsun- d. 111 s! . . . . . TAROID SOAP D S f 1 1 ' 1 1 j3! 1 at ice-col- d F. F. ,.l., - u- j7 ,- 'Sf dlL oie.-srains- r.o.i CREAM TsF 1 my-sel- f, bar-keepe- r. - CREAM Extract M- j, GOLD MEDAL, POSTED. J. T. STJTTOIT CO. SILVER MOON lAVi'iis. "" toW'f line 64. u rohert'irnett. W. P. ORIMES. - Ml K.ISjl,..Kr.-. .4 2rmmMm Kftijilni,' nil v