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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891011601 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. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xviii. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. pay-easchool-hoimes Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 1891. Kd-mun- NO. 92 ' A HUSTONVILLE. Politics at the Capital. hers by resorting to taxation. It would (To ihe Kdltor Interior Journal.) hnvo been to tbu intercut of tliu Statu if Messrs. Robert Tucker and Gcorgo r was hero Tiles- - there had been moro Wasiiimiion, Jan. 1L Senators Tho K. 0. uh engineered a Ride, Sr., a couple of our 4!)ers, have ami Sherman have day well as churches in tho counties from leased tho Powell silver -- Col. K. II. Gaither, of HnrroJdburg, wlilelt hoiiio of tho delegates wore he- - large number of audacious schemes to begin active operations. mino and will Pupils who have attended the "Common School'' can enter without Ion ol time or instructions. Adwill bo over hidirlnir from tl, exhibition of success during their loin: legislative ca- vantages unstirpissed en Departments, earh under Hie management f a A squad of choppers for n stavo mill .Mathematics, Fire Languages, Metaphysial Sciences, Pi.mo, lolin and VtM culture, Art nnd Art Cruieism. night, to bold tbo election for captain of tie,r Ut.IllH ,lU8 rar i t,0 proceedings rwn, but thuir latest scheme is the. most went on a strike last week and have lost Kor catalogue nddre J O. GORDON, B. S President, Lancaster. Ky. audacious of nil. It in for the United tbo McCreary Guards. of that body, a good job. Some of tbu thoughtless States to practically assume tbo wit ire Tlio town trustees liavo ordered n Tlio iniHtakes that nro made by "r responsibility of building tlio Nicaragua wero stuffing their' ricks with so large a plank walk to bo built on the extension per cent, of culls that it was imperative ,y KU!iranU;oing 1(X),000,000 of of Water Htreet, which will bo a great public speakers in their quotations mid eMia Ilgurus of speech are often as ridiculous bonds to be issued by the company now to hnve the bolts culled before they were benefit to tbu citizens living in that as they are ntuiihing. Nome years since nt work upon the canal. This scheme corded, and instead of ngreeing to the Is a question asked the Grocer every day. appointed the governor of Texas began his message has been very quietly worked, and the proposed change of programme, the auSherill Curt Itobiiihon has Mr. with these words: "In the language of first thing the public knew of it was tocratic natives demanded an advance J. II. Ileitis as one of bis deputies. was agreed that if nny Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at. dis- when tbu committee on Foreign Rela- of 2T per cent. is Robinson and IiIb deputies aro very busy the Kihlt, now the winter of our content, made glorious summer by this tions presented a report to tho Senate one of the conspirators returned to work just now summoning jurors and witnessSun of York;" whereupon he was the re- Saturday in favor of amending tho law at less than tho increased demand, tho es for circuit court. of copy of under which this corporation was char- others wero to flagillate him mercilessly. Tbu street lamps that were so badly cipient an elegantly IhmiihI yet the Old and New Testaments from the tered so us to guarantee these bonds, in Finding the men inexorable, the boss "used up" Christnms night have not Hominy, Rice, Navy and Butter Beans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni, Ilihlti Society, by which he order, as the committee gravely informs employed other hands, and the smart been repaired. Tboy aro butlly needed American Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried was enabled to discover his mistake. It the public, that they may be sold at par, Alecks nro execrating their these dark, slippery nightsnnd the soonconfederate who formulated the grand Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Pigs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, is related also of a public speukcrthathe instead of at 'a big discount, as they er HxihI the bettor for thoso who are out commence! his harangue ny saying: would if issued without tho government strategic move, which has eventuated in Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip dark. nfter tlio thorough demoralization of the con-- Next Friday the 23d will be the Inst "Mister Speaker, I think I smell a rat; I guarantee. I bus it is proposed to make spirators. Beef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, scent him in the breee; 1'il nip him in the United States furnish tho credit to day for liling suits in the circuit court. Misses Dollie Cabbell and Julin N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c. Hut later forties lion. J. C. build the canal while the profits, should Court convenes on tbo first Monday In the bud"' a recent speech in there be any, aro to be enjoyed by a pri- Stagg returned Monday from Lebanon lebrunry. So far very few suits have S. Hlackburn, who in as hav- vate corporation. These, gentlemen may alter a two weeks' visit. During the illbeen filed, but they will no doubt begin the Senate represent the Savior SALE. FARM : ing been whipped out of the temple in- think that a lot of fine talk about "Amer- ness of Mr. Hoylo Read, Mr. J. II. Taylor to roll in next week. has been looking after the interests of I nflr for sale nrlatelv mv Farm of 8l Acres. stead of His having cast out those that ican interests" being at stake will reconcsigns have Three or four south sold and bought therein, as recorded by ile1 the people to such legislation as this, the HustOnVlllo Illlll 011 the road. MlSS alfmiles is in a of Stanford,of near the Somerset cultivation, all behigh state pike, been tacked on the doors of the various Lula Hllle IS Visiting at Perry Ville. Ln- - ;n(? it Krassbut 15 acres: has all the necewary Ihe Matthew and Mark. And now we have but it will not. If the government is to county olliccfl in the - buildings, is well watered and fenced and a delr. Mr. Hreckinriilge, the famous abie pIc; cnerally. Call on or address neat furnish the money to build tho canal let t:ii'imntH iiuvn lun niatIO lor Harvestappearance of the hall now is very much AT., crop promised by your weatli- - Stanford, Ky. Kentuckiau, who nt tire Young the corporation step aside and tho gov- ing tlio ice G. A. PEYTON. like that of tbo public room of a country er prophet, Dr. Jno. Smith. W. S. Men's Democratic Association, of Phila- ernment take charge. hotel, or the writing room ut ft railroad Huffman, of Covington, in employ of M. F. ELKIjNt & CO.'S, delphia, in reHpoimu to tbo toast, "The Mr. Harrison attempted to take a E. station. the K. C. railroad, was home and spent New South," said among other things. small revenge upon Senators Teller and The music class of Ciarrard College Sunday. Will has a good berth in the Ky. musical entertainment "Wo aro Americans, but the glory of our Walcott, of Colorado, for their daring to mechanical department S3 lyr will give their 5th and is proving nation is that every part of our country oppose the Force bill and to favor free STANFORD, KENTUCKY, on Monday evening, nt the an efficient employe. J. W. Allen left gives ite flavor to a composite photo- coinage, by nominating Hill, HUh. The class has made wonderIlarber Shop on Main street, Hat a 189i. the graph, as it were." It would require a of the same State, who is an implacable Tuesday night for Atlanta with a carPortman House, and invites a share of jour ful progress under the instruction of l'rof, and load of nice cotton mules. Dr. Caldwell, patronage Prompt attention tooutside callsWork of the imagination to enemy of the two Senators, to be a memspecial attention to ladies and chlldrer Koesturniula rare musical treat is in wonderful stretch determine what constitutes the flavor of ber of the International monetary com- of Perryville, has rented tho property of done in the latest style with neatness and diswill attend. store for those who Mr. Uriah Dunn and will soon remove patch ILLUSTRATED. bo impart- mission, and this nomination has Morris Davis, of Cincinnati, who has our country; and how it could ed to a photograph is beyond compre- brought about a unique statu of fcfiairs to this place to engage in the practice of Harper's Weekly has never failed to justify its been visiting his Incaster friends for title as a "Journal of Civilisation," and it has hension. Hut its all this is said to be in tbu Senate. It has always been a cus bis profession. Mrs. M. P. Hradley condone so with a constant regard to enlarged past week, returned home Tuesday. the templates an early removal to Binning Having leaspd the Menelee Stable, I now offer of usefulness and a higher standard of arfor rent Sahj Joseph, of Cincinnati, was huro a "as it were," tbu figures are doubtluns tom in the Senate to confirm tho nomi- bam, Ala. Mies NEW STAII1.1J Bettie Logan will shirt myhas ten larjje Dox on Lancaster is streetrery best tistic and literary excellence. It leaves untouched the Stalls and It of that body withnation of Owsley is excusable. no important phase of the world's progress and few days this week. Uttcher place in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for presents record, equally trustworthy and interout the formality of referring them to to Birmingham this week to visit her the coming season. A large cistern at the door. esting, ofa the notable events, persons nnd achieveacting us deputy under circuit clerk V. HUBBLE sister, Mrs. Reedier Adams. Mr. Will Call on or address ments of our time. committees, but Senators Teller and f A. T. NUNNEM.KY, Stanford II. Mason. Will Jennings, of 1'uint I.Ick, Special supplements will be continued In 1801. Joseph Swope sold a pen of corn to Walcott have succeeded in breaking K. Williams has spent tho holidays nt They will be literary, scientific, artistic, historichas been hero for ft few days. home, and will resume the warpath in n al, critical, typographical or descriptive, as the Underwood Hros. at $2.2.'). Hill Snow down usage and having this nomination, occasion may demand, and will continue to deW. A. Berkele, of Surveyor Collier's few days in the harvestingJiiachinery inserve the hearty commendation wnlch has been tells us that his hogs ate 25 bushels of which they both regard as intended as a VERNON, KY. otllco, Louisville, is here. Master bestovred on patt issues by the press and the pubMT. coal and HI bushels of ashes while he was personal alfrout to them, htijjg up, and terest. Will is a hustler from tho headlic. Asa family journal. Harper's Weekly wilt It. A. Hurntmlo has returned Hotels still maintain as heretofore be edited with a strict regard for the This old and feeding, and that when he killed them they will leave no stone unturned to waters, hoeo reputation is qualities that from nbusinens trip to the mountains. W. W. I'enn, traveling passenger agent ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe- every home. make it a safe and welcome victor to their livers were as solid as a dollar. have it rejected. Will Harris, telegraph operator at Car- Hurdett Hall's aged of tho L. it X. railroad, passed through cial attention to the traveling public. mother died last It is denied that thero is any friction AI. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., lisle, lias been visiting his parents, Mr. Mt. Vernon, Ky, week and an effort was made to dig a between Secretaries I'roctor and Noble hero Tuesday with a crowd of emigrants ami Mrs. K. W. Harris, this week. J no. grave Per Year: nt the Fork church, but it had to over the Indian policy that baa been from Casey, en route to Arkansas and Harper's Weekly M. Duncan has returned to his post of $4 00 Texas. be abandoned on account of rock. She adopted by the administration of. putting Harper's Magaune 4 00 'duty in Anderson county. Harper's Daiar 4 00 was at a ripe old sge and was a member army officers in charge of the agencies? Harper's Young People 2 00 UOWLAND, KY., GRAB ORCHARD. Walker will All the same it is known that Mr. Noble for of Christ's church.-Da- vid Postage free subscribers in the United If there is a shadow of justification Doalora in Grocorios, General Mer- States, C.iuada to allMexico. and Mrs. Lou la Turner Iihs bought the chandise, &c, the treatment of tbo Indians in tbo re- attend a commercial school in Louisville publicly stated his opposition to tbo The begin with has not yet come to linht. this spring. Win. Underwood sold to change before it waa ordered by Mr. property owned by Judge W. 0. Hans- Invites an Inspection of his lino of goods. NThey numbervolume of theofWeeklyyear. When the first cent troubles it for Jauuary each that no time cash and the consequence were bought ford, opposite tbo Baptist church for he can sellat for lower figure than those whodoa is mentioned, subscriptions will begin with the Nothing wan done by the red men other Jesjm Fox a pair of fat cotton mules for Harrison. a long credit business. He desires a share of your number current at tho time of receipt of order. $210. 11. F. Fugleman and family are all Whenever anybody in Washington 500. Hound volume, of Harper's Weekly for three than, to catch tll Messiah craro and go patronage, promising good goods at the lowest livyears baxk, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by Mr. J. A. Siler shipped to .Tellico a ing prices. to dancing. The authorities pretended more or less sick. Mrs. George Hright gets possession of an unprofitable piece mail postage paid or by express free ol expense for Hot Springs to be of real estate they immediately begin to of hogs and J. L. Hutchings 'provided the freight does not exceed $ per volto consider this innocent pastime iw dan- started Wednesday ume for f; pr volume. We hope she may soon return lay wires to unload it upon tho uoven-meaM. BRUCE, d of hogs to Piueville, shipped a weal and resolved treated. gerous to the public Cloth cases for each volume, suitable for bindFugleing v. ill be sent by mail on receipt ot $1 Hero's a case in point: Several for which ho paid :J cents. to stop it regardless of consequences. sound and healthy. Mrs. George each. Tho L. & N. is having our new de LIVERY, SALS AND HSD STABLE, monRemittances should be made by dancing could only have been inju man went with her. James Smith left years ago a capitalist built a hotel oppoThe ey order or draft, t. avoid chance of loss. Mc site the Senate wing of the capitol; it pot, which has been lately built, treated STANFORD. K.Y. to those engaged in it, and if let hero for Missouri Wedmsdny. are not to copy this advertisement rious Newspapers is improving slowly nnd Dr. Hro- - bankrupted everybody who tried to run to a coat of paint, which, when completwithout the express order of Harper : Brothers. alone would have ended without bloodAddress HARPER & BROTHERS, SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL good it and for a year or more it has been ed, will make one of the handsomest on travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. New York. shed. The government failed to keep its naugh thinks ho will, by having horsesand vehicles used in livery On Saturday a bill was favora- the K. D. branch. Only word in tbo matter of food and clothing attention, get out again. Greenberry 1801. Tho partnership of Pettus fc Zeller is and the Indian felt that ho must rely on Hright, Sr., is improving again and ho is bly reported from the Senate committee I resources or starve. If a collis- expected out soon. A. 0. Carman has on Public Huildings and Grounds to pur- dissolved and those indebted to them, his own Casey on a business trip. Mrs. chase this building for $125,000, to bo either for druiw or medical services, are ion should occur it will bo precipitated gone to hostiles, as Frank Rigney went to Casey last week used as committee rooms and to accom- requested to call at Pettus & Beazley's by an attempt to disarm the for modate the Senate folding room. and settle, if they wish to save costs, lm. ILLUSTRATED. In the corporate limits of Rowland. an Indian would as soon give up bis life to see her father, who has been sick may bo that Gen. Miles some time, but wo learn that ho departMiss Eddio Shivel celebrated her as bis gun. It H J. DARST, Rowland. The important series of ipapers on South Amer. 86 Colored Department. life a few days before she arrived Ica, by Theodore Child, will be continued in Har- 20th birthday by entertaining some of may bo able to adjust tbo troubles with- ed this per s Magazine during the grrnter part of the year there. He was quite an old man, a membloodshed, but if there ibqi me articles on southern (.alllorma, by anher many friends at her suburban home out further Miss Alice Carr has gone to spend Charles Dudley Warner, will also be continued. bo long should be n conllict of arms, tbo proba- ber of Christ's church and will College at Berea. Success Thursday night, the Sth hist. At 11 other term in Among other noteworthy attractions will be a of the novel by Charles Egbert Craddock ; a collection oi o'clock an elegant lunch was served, bilities are that if tlio troops aro victori- remembered by the many friends to her. original drawings by W M. Thackery, now pub- family. C. C. Link, who has iisnen lor ine urst time; a novel written and illusous, it will bo at u fearful sacrifice of hu- Stroud Rev. K. Wilson has opened a subscrip- which was highly enjoyed. I am well prepared to bore wells and will do the trated by George du Maurier: a novelette by moved to Danville recently, is now on man life. tion school at the A. M. K. church. His Coroner Arch Carson held his first work in a good manner and promptly Dean Howells, and a seriesof papers on Lonthe road as a drummer. We wish him don by Walter llesant. At One Dollar a Foot. niiulo that luck and large sales. S. Hubble started terms aro reasonable and all should send inquest over tho body of Henry Mulling, III the number and variety ol illustrated Dineri Tbo suggestion ban been Call on or!iddress me at Stanford, Kentucky. nnd other articles on subjects et timely interest, to him. Mrs. K. Wilson has quite an the colored boy who was Bhot by his L. T. SMITH. 34.,t as well as in the unrivalled character of its short of mules Monthe now constitution should be adopted South with two Sunday afternoon at about tbreo interesting music class. stories, poems, etc, Harpers Magazine will contiu mother by the people without any reference to day. ue to maintain mat standard of excellence to .Mrs. Alice Brown's little girl is very o'clock and died at 7 a. m., Mond.iy. simply on account of the great its merit, TEE CQmiERCLEL HOTEL which it has been so long distingnished. Gen. W. J. I,audraui, writing to the ill. Mrs. Allen, of Danville, was in town Tho bullet took ellect just below tbo expense attending its construction. Right J. B. OWENS, Manager, Lexington Leader, compliments the Ken- last week visiting her brother, Mr. Rob- ribs of tbo rightsidoand passing through or wrong, wise or foolish, the people ert Hansford. tho body came out just below the shoul- Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. must take tbo dose, as they cannot bo tucky delegation very highly and has Per Year. Anthony Hamilton, tho colored der blades. Tbo mother came to' town time, to call this to say of the members nearest to us: oo expected, in any reasonable popular hotl Harper'ss Magazine ..U 00 hive taken chareo t this boa won ureat fame and a Tuesday nnd gave herself up to the of Harper, Weekly 4 Tho Kentucky delegation occupies a ioekev. who and intend to run it in a first. class manner m every Harper s llarar another convention and bo taxed again 00 4 fortune riding for Haggin and othor great ficials, who took her .,to tho county jail rnsnect It is heme papered and painted from Harper's Young People 4 00 for a like purpose. If tbo document, high position in the House. John 11. being renovated and bedding accidentally, hut ton to bottom, thet. make it is pleasant and comfort- turfmen, is to bo married nt St. Louis SllO elaims alio (lid done Wilson, of tho tenth district, is making when finally prepared, should bo Postage free to able tor guests, ineiaoie snau noriuc.uifi.i.-e- d States, Canada andall subscribers in the United Annio L. Messley, her sons testify diflerently Mexico. imperfect, and yet tbo imperfec- himself useful in many ways. Kind and January, to Miss by hotels in this section. J. B. OWENS. of Prank Kstell, n in Miss Leah Ptegar has returned to nature, it would bo attentive to the wunLs of bis constitu- tho Tho volumes of the Magazino begin with the tions be of h trivial negro. Over Georgetown College, nfter staying with wealthy nnd Numbers for June atid December of each year. unwise to reject it; and on tbo other ents and with a willing band to help evWhen no time is specified, subscriptions will be200 invitations have been issued nnd tho her mother during tho vacation. Miss gin with the number current at the time of receipt bnnd, if it should provo so defective as erybody, be is untiring in bis duties, 01 orucr righta of nnd has tho respect and confidence of nmrringo is to bo a very Bwell ndair. I.enh was sick nearly thowhole timesho Hound volumes of Harper's Magazine for three to seriously interfere with tbo Isaac, Murphy, of Lexington, is to act wns at home. Mr. James Uirch and :ars back, in neat cloth binding, will be sent bv the people, in whoso interest it ought to the entire membership. nail postpaid en receipt ot j per volume. Cloth wife, of Middlesboro, nre tho guests of casus for binding socentt each by mall Pinley, of tbo eleventh, is still on deck as best man. have been prepared, it should bo defeatIndex to Harper's Magnzine, alphabetical, anaher fftthernnd mother, Mr and Mrs. IUI lytical nnd clical, for volumes to 70, inclusive, ed regardless of ita cobL Tlio lesson nnd watchful of the interests of his coninvaluable remedy Girls, hero's n chance for you. Tho from June, io, to June, lSS5,ou vol., 8vo clcth would not bo without its value in teach- stituents, though seldom taking part in writer evidently wants a wife nnd wants k. Hutchinson. John It. Brooks spent fuSunday nt homo. J. Ottenheimori SICK HEADACHE, TORPID monRemlttauces should be made by tho debutes. His republicanism shines ono ba I. Address him at WynnoWood, last ing the people to bo more careful in ey order or draft to avoid chance of loss Newspapers arc not to copy this advertisement tbo Bolection of men who wero forth conspicuous and he is always at I. T., and he sure to express a desire for was in town this weok. Mrs. James ture in LIVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES, without the express order of Harper A' Brothers. Fish litis gone to Piueville to visit qualified by nature and education for so bis post. HARPER & BROTHERS. Address his jiictur: daughter, Mrs. Sallio Ithiuehart. Mr. New York. There is no member who does more important n work as that of framing tbo COSTIVENESS, MALARIA, "Dear Sir I would like a coppey of of tbo land. all be un- your homo paper veary mutch pleas Robert L. Davis opened school Monday work and is more successful in organic law with I'l scholars at tho Holmes school- - AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES. r,nKU2zr72.fi2xa:?uji2zuB injwbich justice is dertakes than Gov. McCreary, of the send mo at wonco and I will Keatl it for house. Miss Hettio McFall is tho guest Tbo tardy manner SIVtN ttVKWttn tfKVCt. eighth. He commands tho respect of 1 year, write me your turms, for I would Sold administered in our courts is tho Biibjcct both parties, nnd by bis promptness, of tho Misses Stuart. Messrs. J. 11. .. BBS J nro like Bomethin now, and as ladies .S nr..npral comment mnong tbo people. V - 2V W. G. Welch and V. V. Kenneo thorough acquaintance veary scearco in this western country I K tohaving to wait from two to punctuality and (tttLVriSJl- (7.V The ideaof with the rules nnd requirements neces- will Ask you to advertise in your Homo dy left here for the mountains, Tuesday, 5U .vCcilk!U- vjt .av 4ui.tt.-vin a fivo years to obtain a decision sary to the successful transaction of pub- paper for mo a wife. I nm a man, 30 on business. J. It. Bailey has gouo to To --.ir3 uv oniie V. 1T "ilj'eh, fonitl to deter ono caso is sufficient Harrodsburg on business nnd to see his pa'joa, id.V.a.U, iv.t rnnip iiiiin, t.ike meritorious lic business, is enabled to render valu- years of aj;e, my business is carpentering mother. Mrrf. Kato from going to law, however Hubert is visiting Iho onfo anl '."."1 retr.cl, able assistunco to all Kentuckians who and Hlaeksmithinjr, any person who Decontinued, his cause of action. Cases are Ho is tho author of sire my pictur writejino nnd I will send relatives in Stanford. Messrs. J. S. high-o- r visit tho capital. taken to tbo IJ IVi '.-Cim ruv. ra I'UAMVftsl U-iii? and W. A. Brooks went to Lanthrown out of court, or more important measures tbat have nt wnncu. now I will! Leave this matter isH m upon tho merest technicalities, passed courts the house than any other mem- with you, hoping to lind you to he my caster Tuesday on business. Mr. J. O. 3Nf t " V any reference to their merits or King has moved to his house, which he without eft CO., ffSBHW constitution tbat ber of his party. His recognized ability friend though weel he fur apart yours has just completed near l'reachersville. to tho provisions of the and kind and genial manners have unit- truely, WM Strickland." shall bo administered CHetJioSlI HMSiji MlMoV irilull'O Mr. R. L. Collier has returned from MidHUSTONVILLE. KY. direct that justice ed in making him ono of tho foremost bUlJJ; 111! AUU -- II SHUT C 'NVKMBHT. delay. is without sale, denial or negroes dropped dead in Har- dlesboro, very favorably impressed nnd Are still In the business and ready havedo a any Three members of the house. full thing in the Undertake lin. V e PtIi t'f ritlifjp nJr . fi.to. prr Ilottle. of all rodsburg nnd vicinity Monday. The he nnd his wife will go to that city tho stock of Cases and Casketsncarsc, kinds and Kobes .......-.number of tbo members of is nearly wnicii Uur A goodly - k. .kinij nn ihort. notice Mr. It is stated that tho number of In- coroner's jury decided that two wero cut last of tho week. Judge John Higgins to put a very afeJ WiTt3yyJM.li.irr it' and will the con. con. do not appear and Constable Mageo are on the sick r.n-.- has eharire of cur business Anythint; inshow J.r.StSlT:iACO.-.itr,- .( ,::u.nl..V'ST.luUI$ UO. and tho other by dians killed so far is 303, most of them otT by heart disease oor our goods to any one needmir high estimate upon ehurenes aim tlt.ttV list. squaws and children. their bouses, and seek to reduce Garrard College, Lancaster, Ky. 1 ln''"M.cted. j , j . "WHAT HAVE YOU GOT TO 1 1 A. A. WiiBESN'S "MODEIi GHOCSIRIT:" short-sighte- d FOR OASHl card-boar- d - court-hous- Paid For Hides and Pur. I silver-tongue- d oo-t- m II. FARMER, T0NS01UAL ARTIST, first-clas- Stanford, court-hous- e s Harper's Weekly, FOB, KJSjiTT. posii-biliti- es 77-t- NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Com-inform- er first-clas- Sj-t- t. Harper's Periodicals: J. C. ELMORE 86-i- m car-loa- d t. car-loa- I. 1 post-pai- d pont-ofli- Fu-ban- ten-antle- first-cla- ss For Sale Twenty Building' t,ols Harper's Magazine. WEXX BQRXBTG Wil-lia- car-loa- Harper's Periodicals, 1 I ' con-sidor- I step-daught- 9--1 well-know- n TiifftPilk Everywhere. X i j post-nai- d for 1 post-offic- e hr V. Gil-kerso- n, horse-Bwappi- mmste&fr-L. ?; ( .tl'j - ASa&K , .5SBk I !' 7-.- T I t Kd-mist- fa&&!lteskffif')si J. T. STTTI02T , &mm:mMfe&: - IF MP y& t I1' 1 3m y. .' A .' fM t ... i toifcr , """Ti:r jfflBUtliA'CTMiiM atumxii ,liMw.wjiifti4viJMjr vr vVjWww SfJMri&urj Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal 1891 Staxtord, Ky.- ,- January 16, W. P. WALTON. .1 ' The Congressional Committee appointed a year or more ao to investigate the forgery, has at last made Ohio ballot-bounanimously finding Wood and a report, x classing the lntter's net of giving Gov. Campbell's name and suppressing the others as almost as bad as tho original fabrication of tho paper, tho false char acter of which could easily have been shown bv careful scrutiny, had not the high stations attained in public affairs and in public confidence by the persons whoso names were forged been prima facie evidence against it. The report concludes: "The cntirf is an example of political methods, deserving the condemnation of all parties and all good citizens." This is the worst blow that Little Hreeches and th Field Marshal have ever received and coming from members of their own party must be very mortifying, if the conspirators have any consciences left or regard for public opinion. nt l'oraker of uttering the forgery and condemning Murat Halstead in printing it, hia accomplices guilty of forgery, Gov. sas alliance members of tho legislature were all torn up in factions, they got together beautifully and elected their list of officers from first to last. This unanimity settles Ingalls' hash and relegates him, after his present Senatorial term, to the shades of private life, where ho should have been for many moons. It takes but DO votes to elect a Senator, and the alliance has !T who have solemnly pledged themselves to vote against Ingalls and act in concert on all matters. In his efiort to console tho "iridescent d statesman" in his defeat, Murat says in tho Cincinnati Commercial Gazette: "It is a greater and more hoi orable distinction for Mr. Ingalls to have incurred tho implacable hostility of this fanaticism and would bo a happier fortune to bo defeated by it in the hour when the folly of the cranks with tho hay foyer is rampant and dominant, than could have any commonplace been. He has not taken tho patent medicine prescribed by tho alliance quacks, whoso days will be very brief." Hal-stea- Contrary to tho reports that the Kan- I ;i 1 Accordinu to the report of tho commissioner of internal revenue, Kentucky produced 11,03S,S77 gallons more of spirits in 1SU0 than in tho year previous. This district made 4,72G,(KM) gallons, against 1,5S7,:J40 in 1SS9. The tremendous increase seems to show that tho distillers are not afraid that general prohibition will ever prevail, or may be they nre getting in a goodjuipply before that Delematkk, late republican candidate millennium season arrives. The total for governor of Pennsylvania, is under tax on liquors paid by Kentucky arrest for embezzling public money, amounts toS17,0oi),012.10, or many times while Senator Quay, the boss who forc- tho entire revenue of the State. ed him on the party, which repudiated Jack Dkmtsky, tho hero of 30 battlep, him at the polls, would bo in the penicharges against him, was knocked tmt in tho loth round by tentiary if the which ho has never denied or sought to Bob Fitzsimmons, the New Zealand disprove, are true. A sweet pair, in- middleweight, in the amphitheatre of Weddeed, is this, and the wonder is not the Olympic Club, New Orleans, republicans are nesday. Over 4,000 persons paid 510 email that the honest deserting a ship manned by such a crow. apiece to see the fight, which was strongbattlo A democratic governor was elected in ly contested throughout. The 0 was worth $11,000 to the winner and Pennsylvania by 17,000 majority at the to the loser. On the final knok last election, notwithstanding Harrison down in the 13th round.Dempsey lay like carried the State by 80,000. a log and after two or three efforts to In order to meet tho ever growing ap rise the three gongs sounded his signal propriations, it is said that Congress will defeat. be forced to raise the tax on wtiissy irom Kditor T. H. Aunoli), of tho Middles-bor00 cents to $2 a proof gallon. It is furNews, was assaulted by Winslow ther stated, too, that the largest distiller- Kobinson, a brother of II. II. Robinson, ies will raise no objection, since tho heae whose wretched conduct of the vy tax will freeze out the smaller prothe editor had criticized. Though ducers and' make the better chance for taken unawares Mr. Arnold gave his an enormous whisky trust. So far as as good as ho sent and succeeded we are concerned it is immaterial how in sending him away much tho worse much whisky is taxed, but it is an ob- for the encounter. The editor is on the ject lesson of striking import that tho re- right side aud we hope ho will keep up publicans are forced to increase all kinds the fight regardless of the attacks of of taxes to help them out of the ditch. would-bblullefs and bullies. .... uuu""m- - n v.iinafntn bim .lnnli t.. """ hA Nebraska Supremo Court has extremists, The self in the good, graces of ruled that Thayer has no claim on the ... . . t... SI,-00nt On the question of revenue and taxation which has been agitating the minds of the members for a week or two, he took a decided staud against tho body dealing so much in purely legislative matters and urged in a speech of unusual force that tho matter be left with the legislature, where it has been for 100 years. Times and circumstances change and the Legislature should not be hampered in making changes to conform to them, that are imperatively demanded by the majority. Judoe K. P. Jacoiis, of Boyle, has nit killed the time of the convention by airing his oratory, but when ho does speak his words are given the closest attention. In his speech favoring the taxation of churches, Delegate Bennett, of Greenup, demonstrated pretty forcibly that ho is as much out of place in n body engaged in making the organic law of the land as n bull in a china shop. He appears to be a very illiterate fellow as well as an infidel, and his alleged argument was nothing but a tirade against tho christian religion. Tho right of free speech is one of the inalienable prerogatives of the American citizen, but if n man have no more appreciation of the proprieties ttinn Bennett ho is unworthy of the benefit which he has inherited by his birth in a christian land. Tho great Indian war seems tor hnvo petered out, W. F. and It, L. Salvors, stove dealers, Middlesboro, have failed for $10,000. Gen. Bragg has withdrawn from the senatorial raco in Wisconsin and W. F. Vilas has plain sailing for the honor. The Louisiana sugar crop is tho biggest since the war. Tho New Orleans 0 Picayune estimates it nt 3Q0,000 to hogsheads, over a million barrels. A suit has been begun in tho V. S. Supreme Court to test tho right of tho United States to seize British vessels in tho Behring Sea when caught stealing seals. Col. Fishback has withdrawn from the Senatorial race in Arkansas, leaving no one to oppose tho return of Senator Jones. In Oregon Senator Mitchell has been renominated as his own succensor, by a republican caucus, which settles the question. The Maysville circuit court has fined three merchants to tho extent of the Jaw for selling cigarettes to minors and company mulcted the Germantown $200 and costs for allowing wheels of fortune nnd other gambling on the grounds Inst fall. Mrs. Freeman quarreled with a pho, tographer named Fulkerson, atTuscuni-binMo., and seizing a shot gun, emptied a barrel in his breast. 'The dying mail had strength enough to wrest the weapon from her hands and firing .the other barrel into her head she dropped dead, while ho expired a moment later. Mrs. Woodworth. the trance evan gelist, as she wills herself, brought fiiit for divorce ngaiiist her husband, charging him with cohabiting with sundry negro women, and ho retaliates by saying that she is n fraud and a humbug and that the whole business is only a money making scheme, too gauzy to catch anybody but fools M. Simon & Co., tho firm in which fire originated which destroyed so the much property at Winchester, is having a tough time with the insurance adjust- ers. Thev claim ttiai tnoy iosi iu,uw worth of goods and demand tho $'.1,000 insurance, but the adjusters figure from their own books that they had loss than $fl,000 worth, and that is all they will ry NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN ! Clearance Sale, which we inaugurate that It will be a sale of such vast proportions and magnificent reductions don t II e the most progressive people will open, their eyes in. astonishment. do this tiling often, but when we do we do it handsomchj. Will be the Great Low-Pric- e to-da- y. !V)0,-00- Nothing In The House Escapes 11 ! flj Vou't miss it. 3. Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, fats, Trunks, Carpetsy Don't pass ii: Jt'fmoney in ij our pocket to buy now. This sale includes the most n.tr f hut tf iththn hnujip. and. all a.t nvfr.ps so low that be brought persistent forward bargain Hunter will be amazed. New bargains will sales. Shoes will that will excel the remarkable values of all our previous go Goods will be'soUl at prices that defy competition. Dress for LESS THAN THE COST OF MANUFACTURE be offered at the lowest prices ever known for Yc propose to make this week mem orable in Stanford goods. arid vicinity to bargain seekers. ,'o matter what others do, ire will do bet- Cloak a e and Overcoats will high-grad- ter. Our prices will be sucn as will really and. truly astonish the natives. ISIEEF TOUR E"Z"E Watch or what s coming. OlfcT TTS to I Save your dollars, dimes and nickels bargain sales this week. in our special bmf-tfiin- gs THE ! t LOUISVILLE 31. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. SALINGER, STORE Manager. a Bob Martin, a fireman, fell from his etinesiiiy engine near Mnretburg, ilialri("il..il lim hIidhIcIiT nd. uah",. 'Ph.. full " and bfnised linn otherwise. Mr. 11. 11 Baker, deputy sherilt, has Mr. resigned on account of his health. P. D. Colver now tills tho place. .Mr. I. Tlininnqmi has rentedtho hricK store house next to Joplin Hotel nnd will reFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. enter the merchantilo business about March 1st. -- Mr Andrew Brtker. OlltltV SHPelill- -W. K. Anion sold to John G. Lvnn tendent of schools, and Miss fiila Ramnjulo for $100. . Is Receiving His FALL AND WINTER GOODS. ' i rt 20,000,000. Mr. K. J. nrown, wno una iieen Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. o linn,., frnm ).i iiifdical school at Ixxiis- d v'tlle. has returned ato his studies. Mrs. I . - 1... 1.1 A F. U Thompson s iieatin nas noi imMr. A. Pennington and family proved. post-offic(Stanford, Ky.) iiii'unrrii'iiillrniii I niliflvilll' Iilld OCCUDV I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. the dwelling lately purchased of Mr. II. mu .miss iammui U. iietury. I wish to farm a horse and jack lor bright and handsome daughter of Mr. tho coming season, as there is a good L. (J. Cook. Urlatido, 11ns eiuereu .urn. Wilopening for them in my locality. A. G- - Nesbitt's school here. Miss MattieIouis-villliams has returned from a visit to Faulkner, Highland. Mr. W. M. Fish is improving W. M. Lnckey sold to U. U. Urowr, slowly. Mrs C. Mulhns, or Livingston. CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. ui of Pulaski, Tenn., 30 yearling cotton was here Tuesday. Mr. .1 . e mules at 77.50. J. II. McAlister sold Orlando, was in town Wednesday. to same party 21 nt $S5. Getting After Our Scribe. Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Molasses, Syrups, Honey, Dr. J. B. Owsley cut a tree on his d Om iiAHi), Jan. 15. That Ciiaii Salt, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Lard, Flour, Meal. place near Crab Orchard that made 75 board" would like a school fence posts nnd 4 gate posts. It was an word in renlv to vour facetious young GOODS: over four feet in di- - scribe, which he says "deprived him of not nml the position of assistant at C. O. high Cheese, Maccaroni, reiuse 10 recognize uuyu ua iruvcriiur. ameter. school." If the young scribe had asked Spices, Flavoring Extracts, It gives tho president the power t us-- , The cattle mnrket at Cincinnati is some one a little older than himself determined to re- Raisins, Figs, Prunes, Citron,. corpus and to Currants, pond tho writ of habeas miiet. but nrices nre firm nt 4 for best about it they could have told him that it j "- of that in F'ull Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, order out the army and navy, if, in his shippers, butchers good to choice 3i to iaiimt lnm alwiivH been a rule could only Parlor and Hall Lamps, ' that tho principal opinion, the cause of honest elections Queensware and Tinware. feeders 3 to 3 J; hogs are fairly active stitutionan assistant by and with the appoint demands it. A man with Mr. Quay's of tho silver men in tho at 3 to 3J; sheep are strong at 3 to 5J. The triumph consent of the school board. Now in AH the record shouldn't talk of what he knows sonato Was full and complete. & It. B. & K. P. Woods sold 40 extra this ciw, Prof Smith, who is tho princi so little about honesty in anything gold standard amendments were voted yearling mules, of their own raising, to pal, requested the school board 10 meet, do on the 10th and his bill is regarded as a huge joke down and Senator Vest's substitute for Ben Sims, of Washington county, at which th y proceeded to of tho chair-mainst.; not by any request the whole bill, which calls for free coin- $125. They are n cracking good lot anil or nnv nieiiib. r of the board, but Somk of tho republicans are said to adage pure and simple, was carried 3'J to were worth the fancy price they brought. by the request of the principal of tho legislation dur- of Nick Perkins sold to at $10o. Madison, 5 small mules GeorL-W. PiiUiam sold to Unities, of Parksville, a combined maro for $250. M. F.Klkin A Co. bought of Luther exUnderwood a couple of tra corn fed cattle at cents. Monday's receipts of cattle were 24,- 000 nnd of hogs 00,000, at Chicago, the largest in the history for one (Jay. 1). N. Prewitt has bought of several parties in this county 20 head of extra cattle at 2J cts. good 2 nnd year-olof tho French circus ThestahleH were burned at Chicago and 150 horses perished. The lood amounts to about o 1,1'iOO-pound '. dence of the bride's father, Mr. Joseph 11 11 t if:.... mm .1 Kainsev, me iiev. i iuuut. uiuu ...it..;........ co'uple have taken rooms at the The Newcomb Hotel. Ti... .'a." (imipl Atimnntitic Naviea. r. lilt; l w tion Co., informs the writer that the announcement that a trial trip would be made in their new air snip was preiuu-- iiir nnd not authorized. They say furflier that their machine when finished will go. They have no stock tor sale, it having all been taken to the amount of . -- u.ii. IlllirrllWl 1 lll'MMHV HI I III! rt'MI- - Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. - - - 1 ROBERT FENZEL, Watch Inspector L. & N. R. R , dealer in Hatches, Ilocks FINIS WATCHES anq jewelry. '. SPECIALTY. vw. e. Fine and Staple Groceries, FARINACEOUS .: ,:... ...i.i ,i.J "self-intereste- 4; FABBIS Dvaler In ,v. .. HAEDHT. n. I 1 ?M j 4 ill 3'' !, vocate delaying necessary ing the remainder of the present session of Congress, so that the president will be forced to call an extra session, confident that the unwieldy majority of the next House is sure to commit blunders and make itself ridiculous. A party reduced to the extremity of gaining its lost prestige only on the follies of its opponent is in a pretty bad strait, but that's just where tho republicans have placed themselves. Dr. John D. Clakdy, of Christian, has at last formally announced his candidacy for governor on a platform to which no democrat can object, though it is evident that he tries to catch the farmers a' coming and a' gwine. This makes two farmers' candidates in the field, Mr. Clay, of Bourbon, being the other one, and tho prospects are that the agricultural racket is going to be worked for all it is wortb. The editorial page of the Anderson Nowb 1b unusually entertaining this week. 'Tho city council fills it full of jokes about what it intends to do. Their intentions may be good, but who ever heard of a city council doing anything? NEWS CONDENSED. - ii work in reproducing tho comments of tho Stato press, complimentary and oth- erwit-e- , of tho con. con. 'I ho mirror is thus hold up to nature and the members do not havo to pray io some "power tho giftie gie them, to see themselves as them." May it from many blun-dorfree them. The Frankfort Capital is doing a good s havo been returned of the Frankfort or to the walls either Eddyville.penjtontiary and the convict question b$' had a quietus put on it, for the present nt least. Tho orators in the next campaign will have to seek other material to fire the public heart. All the convicts John Monegan, a conductor on the Maysville branch of tho K. C, fell dead at Paris. Ten shares of Judge Durham's Central Bank, just started nt Lexington, Bold Monday at $110. Frank F. Mitchell killed Dolly Mayo in a St. Louis house of prostitution and then committed suicide. Less than 40 days remain of the present Congress and not n single appropriation bill has passed. C. H. Waran, a Middlesboro contractor, has skipped, nfter getting into everybody nt tho Magic City. Senator Vance was unanimously renominated by the democratic legislators in North Carolina to succeed himself. Granulated sugar reached tho low est point this week ever known, 5 cents. A large quantity Bold for April delivery nt 4J. Alex. Dobbs, in a fit of anger, cut his own horse's throat at Cleveland, O., for which ho was fined $200 and sent to jail for 00 days. Tho Warren County Wheel jnet at Bowling Green and indorsed Dr. Clardy for governor, with Hon. Cassius M. Clay for second choice. 15-1- 0 Tho department of agriculture says the nroducts of 1800 were corn, 1,480,- 070,000 bushels; wheat, 3SK),302,000 bush els; oats 523,021,000 bushels. This would give of corn 23 bushels to every man, woman and child, but it is 11 bushels less than last year. Tho December condition of growing wheat is placed higher than for two years past. A large crowd attended tho sale of T. C. Coffey's effects Wednesday and good prices were realized. Tho general rub-lisand household and kitchen furniture brought about what it cost when new; shoats, 80 to 100 pounds, $2.25 to $3.00 per head; yearling mules $50.50; brood mares $70 to $S2; family horse $80; heifers 5 yearling steers $19; milk cows $13 to 20; yoke $1G to $21; oxen IG4.75; corn in crib $2.45. Shelby Tevis sold Friday to Simon Wiehl 80 fat hogs at 4 cts. J. 0. Johnson bought of Thomas Thornton, catof a at 4.12J and shipped them to New tle YorkSaturdaj. L. II. Hudson bought of Cameron Brown, of Sholbyyillo. 53 extra cotton mules for $5,500 nndof Wm. Jeffries, of Bourbon county, 22 good sugar mules for $3,000. Advocate. A meeting of tho secretaries of tho CirFair Associations of the was held in Lexington, when tho cuit following dates were agreed upon: Springfield, July 7; Shelby villo, 15; hnii-.- .. .). ii,.,rr.lulmrt 2fi; Danville. August 4; Shnrniiburg, H; MayBVille, 18; Lexington, 25; Paris, Sep. 1; Winchester. S; Cynthiana, 15; Ktcnmomi, -- - nnu Nicholnsvillo 20. Trots will occur nt most of the fairs nnd the nssociation haa decided to oiler a total of $55,000 in purees nnd stakes. h Brad-fordsvill- e, car-loa- d 1,500-poun- Bluo-gras- s school. When Prof. Smith came before them he stated that his school was so largo that he needed an nssistnnt, stating at the same time that there were three applicants for tho place, giving their names (one of whom was your worthy young scrib'), remarking that as tho trustees had the choosing of an assistant, either first or last, ho preferred that thoy would proceed nt once to "elect the teacher from the three applicants and him of the responsibility, saying that hn would accept and abide bv their decision. There wore eight of tho nine trustees present; the ballot was ordered and when rounted it was found that one ladv had received five votes, another two and vour kicking young Bcribe only one, and tho gentleman who cast it wub a near "relative" of his. Of course tho lady who received the fivo votes, having a majority of all tho votes cast, was declared assistant. Now, thia is a true version of tho case. Was there any bulldozing scheme about that? Does that look liko there were any previous "arrangements and engagements, &c?" If it does, wo can't see it that way. And what your young scribe can see to kick nt, when ho was not even second choice, but a very ooor third, wecannot imagine. The fact is. not onlv the trus'ees but the pntrons of the school wanted a ladv. nnd onu of exp"rience, who was qualified to help build up a school, for an nxsistntit, nml not a voiing school boy inhisteeno. Now there is not a singh' member of that '"self interested pchool board' but what ha the kindest feelings for vour voting scribe and believe that he will find out when he grows older and has had more experience that "silence is sometimes more golden than words." We hop that ho mny nttnin to nil the "literary" renown his heart can wish and some day become a great and learned professor. Your scribo has had his say and we ours, so we now wnBh our hands of tho entire business. Very Respectfully, A TnCBTBK. ro-lio- J. W. RAMSEY, . . . GROCERIES Aim HARD WARE, QUEENSWARE first-clas- Glns8wnre, Tinwnro, &o. Has on hand ajfrcsh supply of canned goods of every description, maccaroni. beans, primes and in fact everything found infa s grocery. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, raisins, &c, in great variety. Give my Nudavene, something new, a trial. J, B, FOSTER, AGENT FOR THF CELEHRATED STUDEBAKER WAGON and Oliver Chilled Plows. I have just received a brand new stock and full line of repairs. Also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, which is conceded the best one made. STAPX.E A3NPX FARTCTT GROCERIES, Heavy and Shell Hardware, Salt, Lime andCement. I can furnish you almost anything you need in the Hardware or Gro. eery line. w4 rt- Uli M'l'LM- - I V Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal Ivy., - Hank Stock. Mr. J. M. Hail sold for a Pulaski party several shares of First National Hank stock to Mr. S. II. HntiKli-tnn- n MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ' Stanford, January, U 1891 u.o.WALTON,uuB.ManQKur MEANS BUSINESS. Miss Ellen Mershon nnd U. IL Car-- ( ter were married in Richmond cones at $105. day and will make their homo nt Polo, Look out for your property to bo ml Mo. -- Thomas 11. Morgan, of Middlesboro, vertised if you do not settle your tax. I am compelled to wind up my business. and Miss Julia, daughter of It. G. Bruce, T. 1). Jfewhmd, KxS. L. C. editor of the hive htock Record, were married in Lexington Wednesday. Youn nooount la iluo nnd ready, A. It. Penny. fr and Buttle mid oblio To Jan. 1 Squire Benley, tbo noted a tea Wednesday evening in honor of bad married !, Aberdeen, 0., knot-tier- , Cal her friend, Miss Bessie Kici.ards, and u 512 couples. Ho has been at tbo businumber of her friends were very pleasness lid years and the largest fee bo ovor antly entertained. received was $10, thu smallest n basket Tin: same directory was elected for the of grapes and a bucket of persimmons. 1'i.bahant. MiBs Fox Pennington gave First National Bank, Tuesday, with the Fhorill' Win. C. Smith, of Columbus, exception that S. II. Baugbman was Intl., has offered a young lady $1,000 to M. H. W. Uaimw is very ill wjtli chosen in placo of J. (5. Lynn, who bad marry him and help him reform his )iiuiitnuni(i. disposed of his stock. drinking habits, lint if the girl will 'ask MlH.1 IOlsSS'.V DlDltKUAU Ih VinltitlK those who have married men to reform I iiavk a small remnant of my Block of friondB at Mt. Vernon. them, she won't accept tho bller even Mi'Di) Iioh km to Hurl iiueousware and glassware, whieh I wi'l Mils. J. with three more ciphers added to it. soli very cheap. Also some washboards, county to visit ri'lutivos. Mr. J. I). Iloldorman, tho defer U juitu sick with baskets, brooms ami buckets to close out Mind .MaI'1 Hl'I'I-kyoung salesman in the Louiivillu Store, at a bargain. S. S. Myers. n slight utlnek of pnutiinoiiia. and Miss Fannie, the pretty and accomHbv. T.'J. (.ioiiHKV wont to Shulby-vtllTiik Teachers' Ahsocmtion will hold plished daughter of Mr. IVter Straub, Tuemlay on a liunlnuiui trip. its next meeting at Preachers vilhi, Jan. left yesterday afternoon alwtit 4 o'clock I). It. Cahi'Kntkii wont to Louisville 21, at 0 j. m., and in addition to the for- in private conveyance for Lnnniitor, yimtenlrty to work inmiranco litHiiU'is. mer programme, the following will be where they wore to he married by Rev. M iw. A. M. Kuiikkt, of Crab Orohiml, added; The Art of Teaching Children J. C. Frank. The opjiosition of the bun been the Ritual of Mrs. V. M. How to Live Mihs (Vttie Thurmond. bride's parents caused them to elopo. Tbev were accompanied by Mr. (Jruhaiu Mil W. W. Joii.nhon in boro totukohln Tub Music Department of (.iatrard Frank and Miss Molhe Daugherty. (hililri'ii toS. W.Vit., where bo him lo College, under clmrge of Prof. Raphael Kocstor, of the Royal Conservatory of uiteii. CHURCH AFFAIRS. plan and promise their prices shall always be as low as the lowest. Miw N'anmk Ihaac, of MlddK'hboro, Music, Berlin, will give an entertainThere nro 4,4(H) churches nnd 500 i Iiiih Lancaster, on vioititiK bur Bister, Mrs. Jobii ment nt the Besides a general grocery stock they have a splendid line of fancy the night of January 111th, when a com- jHirsonages in Kentucky, valued at JK1,- llendren. groceries and any delicacy in that line can, and always will be, found 000,000. Mi. A. W..Smith, of Uiulsvilbt, mid prehensive programme will he given. at their store. Their stock of Hardware and Cutlery is large and News has been received that Rev. The. Very Desirable Residence Iiim littlu mm, Mauler lieorco, h mimical well assorted and the desires of the most fastidious can be suited Fi.MMNo that he has not the time to A. S. Moflett bus returned safely from JtHJil'Jty, were boro yimtenluy. Mr. V. H. McKinney, of the old firm, is with them and will be glad And lot on Danville tret The home devote to it, our much esteemed . Mi.l.HiiulLntn r t. tbo Holy IjuhI. in good repair and contain 5 riK.mt. The yard it i. I ll,...,...t.. to see his old friends and the purchasing public generally. correspondent, Mr. T. N. Robeits, The will of Emms Abbott gives her large and beautilul anJ altogether where bo and Jnnum Holm, of fiSTRemcmbrr we sell you the Oliver Chilled Plow and any repairs bus given up thtymsition. Doesn't some lnrse estate to relatives, after devising Tho Plnco is ono of tho Most DetbiH cotituy, will Htart n livery ritnble. cheaper than any house in this section. Look out for our "ad." in other young man there, or lady either, $5,lKH) each to eight churches. lightful In Town. Mimdamk Maooii: Whitk, of next issue. pine for the fame that such work would The Huston ville Christian church Will 'J1 or rent on terms. and H. V. Kcwlnnil, of Danville, .MISS MARV E VARNON, givohim? If so, please signify it by bus called that faithful soldier of tho nro tbo kiivhIm of Mm. Col. T. W. Miller. Stunlord, Ky. dropping a line to the tnlitor. Cross, Rev. W. L. Williams, to protich Mh. Wm. VanI'mt, of Uxlnnton, a ol his time. brotborof Mrs. Murphy, is lylni; at tbo I.NBPKcTiMi. Pruhideiit Norton, of the the whole Owing to illness, Rev. W. Y. Shop-garpoint of death. Ills diaoase Ih orynip-eluL. t N., and President M. II. Smith, of writes that be will be unnblu to All ISthe K. C, with other olllcials, ws.cd There a luw been over thoir new purchase, the Kentucky bis nppoinlmout here to night, but says HKIr'KIl,came to my pasture can few weeks ago a .Mm. Gko. T. IIowhan, who which the owner net hy detcrlh ! tag paying (witumgc and tor tint notice with us as soon as pot-vittitiiiK her nintar, Mrs. Kev. John Hell Central, yesterday. . The road will not that ho will J II II ATf, (jllmon, retuniud Tuivdny to bor bon.e be merged into the L. A N , as ita char- ble. Stanford, Ky. A Brooklyn clergyman is known to in Louisville. ter forbids that, hut will retain its name thoroughly practice what ho preaches. Mihh Mattik Kim., wlio ha boon, vis- and most of its pnsent employes. He rehearses every sermon live or six y enter-i- y -.- iting tbo Mltwuw Stmiib, returned My health failed to an extent that iiii.k Mr. and Mrs. I'e Stone were tiiiH-- before a full length mirror before determined tohavingpublic butinefci, I will tell I am All kinds of CONFECTIONERIES, Nuts and Cakes, pure, handl'.irksvillo, Mccoinpa-nie- d to her homo at quit my property at I'amt Lick, Kj , con.ut-ilto- f in town Tuesday, their bouso muight its final delivery. made Candies a specialty. by MiwiMiiinlorttraub. tiro ami but for the timely work of the Tho Women's Christian Temperance Kmoiith J. S. Owulky, Ju., and Severance went up to Richmond neighbors, would huvo been consumeil. Union has li;!,U7:t members, an increase 21 7 withdrew to (Fifteen a clock and a of S,SW over last year; a splendid pmnte Wednesday to ho the amplified decree As it was, a mantel-piecacrri in about with Served in any style. My rooms arc elegantly fitted up. of candidates in prt of n jmrtition were all that was lost. form the Xonmrtistn Union, making duelling and lot containingAlto a s acres bit all conferred on a iiumbur ueceMMty outBuiitlm: tnets food was too nonr the stove, tliu net gain l.tl'JS. The wood-lohuuic with dwelling attached and about acre lot K, of I. lode at that placo. S. S. MYERS. Main street, Stanford. the with good outbuildings. Also my entire On February I, the Cumberland Tiiomah IticiiAHimloft with Mre. and it becoming ignited, curried the C'ait. Presbyterian Chunh will be 81 years Stock of Dr ugs & Family Groceries A. C. SINE. hi hards and Mitw lleatie for Junction llames to the mantel. J. N. MENKKEE old. It iK'gan with three preachers; lluilditigs all new. anil in Rood order. Two good l',(i vnuti.ntnv in tnkn ehnriM! of tlio Jane Mullins, the color-oi- l now it hss l,lVin ordained ministers, well and plenty of itock water. A desirable place WJyit-MHouse. Ho is a natural born to lite and a woman who shot ami killed her son for business. Will sell to organized churches, 1(13,21(1 mumbera one party or Kooal point parties. to different Ilunilnce ami ins menus nopo in- win Henry near Crab Orchard Sunday night, FANIJIK L. ADAMS. 91 and $8,107,055 of church property. stnko it rich. was discharged by Judge Vnrnon yester News just comes from Scotland thro' The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. COI.. V. O. HllAIU.KY, of IjuimihUt, day. Herson Thornton swore that she whose luw pnictico jjmws more ami morn had frequently threatened to kill him, one of lira. Barnes' daughters that an SASH, extensive, woh hero Wednesday seeing but her testimony nnd that of her young- English friend of her father had coino As l.nwiitott ol the lait will and tesmment of LUMBER, John O Ne.il, dcc'd,we will, en DOORS, how after numerous case. So matter er son outweighed it and she was re- forward on learning of his troubles nnd to tap bis inex- leased on the ground material and handsome BLINDS, SIDING, busy bo is he never fails 27, '91, of accidental shoot- given him assistance in his onilwrrassinont. Lex- At o'clock, at the haustible fund of anecdote. ing. 10 old Lewis farm of testator . Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. DiMTKKlMi tbo auditor's nice, the Lexington Press. adjoining the larin of J F. Cash, near Turners ville Mucoid Co , Ky . sell at public auction, tu The Kentucky Christian Endenvor the highest bidder, the following described perington Leader nays: Col. Richard WarAitkk trying every method of adverASSTD ren wins a member of tbo hist legislature tising known to this inventive age. the Union will hold its '.'d annual conven- sonalty, it 8 nce Feeding Cattle, a Mules, Work We carry a full stock of everything found in a and made a reputation us a linaiiciur and Pennsylvania railroad has decided to tion in lxmisville Feb. o,7nnd8. Among head of Extra, i Kockaway llore i i II rood Horse, Mare, alicut 15 Hogs, about $0 Karrels of Corn, Kenerally, which Rave him abandon all except through the newspa- the speakers on the programme are Revs. , man of affairs lut of Clover Hay and suiue Fodder 10 Sharer of Stock in The Somerset Hanking Co 2 Shares a boom for this olliee, which has been pers, which it has found pays more H. Alhrn Topper, L. II. Wanton, T. T. ill The First National Hank of Stanford, Shikie largely for the outlay than any other Eaton nnd other well known divines. materializing ever since. in the Stanford .V ltustonsille T. P. K Co , and Examine our designsjind specifications before letting your contract Wallace K. Vahson bus been elected kind. It is fast dawning on the minds All tho local unions are expected to send 7 Hives--ol iters. for building. SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. under, Terms For all to Hiicceeil bis father, tbo lato ThomiiB of all advertisers that the newspaper is delegates. Tho railroads will maku a over that amount. sums of $10 and on note cash; with 4 months credit of the not only the best, but the cheapest in reduced rate for the occasion. good se urlty, tunotuble and payable in bank judo W. Vnrnon, us ana ucaruiH imcicsi koiii uay ui niv A recent count shows that the ChrisLincoln county court, u deserved promo the long run. IV J r Jan ii, iSui "" It Ml'RI'HV. J tian Endeavor movement begins tbo 91 td tton of n worthy youiiK man, and a testi Firry Days. Muck Hooker, a negro, now year lSlll with over 1:1,000 societies, monial of tbo esteem in which himself was tried yesterday before Judge W. K. Barg-ain-, and the memory of bis lamented father and ut least 770,000 nii'inhors. This is a Varnon for carrying concealed weapons are held. Frankfort Capital. gain of 110,000 members in six months, Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass,VaU nnd whs given S'Jo and 10 davs in jail. by far tho largest in the history of tho A Bluo-Ora- ss Farm For Sa!o. Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, He was then tried for breach of pence nt CITY AND VICINITY. movement. The northernmost Boeioty, niiu Bright s house nnd given $f nnd so far as is known, is the one in the Jewelry and Silverware. Yorn account i ready and must bo costs. Having no money he will work I offer for sale privately the Henry Hester farm Northern Light Presbyterian church, in of ooacies, nearly all rich bottom land; ai acres W. B. Mcltobrrts. settled out the entire fine, which will give him son in wheat ; the balance in grats. Juneau, Alaska. I '.'. Hi.... I.nu rlil liiu ImllHlt llllll about 50 dnvs. The dwelling has six rooms and Is in irood re- 'A uair. There it a now U.irn, cooj well, fine orch Tho Railroad DEATHS' DOINGS. iii MeKinnoy to John L. lot of 17acres fencing on the place. An npoloRint for tlio uliortcoininKS of ard and of l'ulnskl, for W.500. Mr. IJibb tliu Dayton, o Tlie widow of Bishop McTyeiro died 3 MiddlfHhoro mya he . cash; balance in 11 and 18 lf Terms laenths Possession to be given Keb. 1, 1891. will move back to bis fnrni. dot's tho bent lie cun in tlie house he has at Nhshville Wednesday. O Z ' s Hon. James W.llayes.a Apply to me or my (Rent, V. A. Trihlile, at nml that n lurcur wntiltl cost more than C. r. H. F. Hoct has bought out his partner Stanford, Ky. ho could pay. Thia is no excuse nt nil. citizen of Hardin, is dead. f J. K. PEYTON, M. 11. C r, in tbo grocery busineca, Cnpt. K. T. Mrs. Naomi Fair, relict of tho lato If Dr. Colson can't run tho ofliro ns it Z 2 and moved bis Htock to the Rochester, should he for tho salary, let him step Wm. Fair, diet! nt McKinney Wednesia. Btoro room adjoining Farris & Hardin. down nnd out. There are plenty of day night, aged 75. From Mr. J. S. SLfrS a u w 5 w for the casket, we Nkw Sicciibtaiiy.A. A. Warren has men who will take it nnd h'ivo tho people Goode, who camo ?t S rt s resigned us secretary 'of tbo Lincoln Co. tho decent service to which they nro learn that she had heen complainF g o ? ing for n longtime, but did not take her H ABsoclatiou and JamcB II. entitled. lUiildinR bed till Sunday. Her death was painJJaughmttn has been appointed in his Tihevks have heen netting in their less nnd she passed peacefully away to Bolcction. Btead. A good work on the tlno lot of turkeyB kept hy tho rest which remains for tho people of ssssssVsWvTC&2ii9sfllsflF HUSTONVILLE, Ky., E Mr. John Bright. Monday nijiht he God. Shu wac in every respect a good tbo Middlesboro Now that O M O U 2 bns been raised to presidential appoint- heard them nnd ot up to see about it, woman and spent her loiig life in tho 3 3 ' 1 '91, ment, it ia to bo hoped that n bettor hut all heenmo quiet. .Next mornin'; he Master's cause, as her neighbors and Saturday Evoning, Fob. At 2 o'clock. state of affairs will bo inaugurated there. aliased four niul they hiivu since failed friends testify with one accord. Five O. O. BREESE, Jowoler, J S.WELLS, Ph. G. ProBO. 011c. From nil reports It Is tbo worst kept to show up. A nt'Ljro, outline corn for worthy children are left tho heritage of Mr. Bright, found n larije nobler with his her model example, Mrs. S. G. Hooker, in the U. S. In order to close our partnership llM'H lll'll lint it tfim tint MV Itrii.lit'u Mrs. George McKiuney, Mrs. John business, , Mian Street. Opp.Court'House, STANFORli K Altiiouchi tho offices of city nttorney nml u fa mi)poml thnt the Ul'iev08 ,aU Mrs. W. J. Ward and George G. not incompatible, it down while trying to increase nml countv iudire nro their Fair, and their mourning must turn to We will sell to the highest bidder the above named property. Mr. W.K. Vnrnon, believing it would stock nnd it had hopped oil in tho dark- rejoicing that she is safe at last in Heav look a little greedy for him to hold tho ness. Mr. Bright has prepared for fucash; the remainder In 6, en, whore she has longed to bo for Terms: from day of sale. two, has resigned h city attorney. Tho ture visits from tho rascals and invites years. Tho funeral will occur nt tho la and iS month, with interest V. D. & J CI. WEATHKRFORD, ollico wna likely tilled nt tho council them to cnll any night they wish ami get Baptist church, of which she had beon a meeting last night. .1 v. the rest of his turkeys. Huitonville, Ky i., member since childhood, at after which the remains will be become so bold nnd Thieves h.ivo The trial of Charlee K. Kincnid, at laid away in tho McKinney cemetery. freS.3sXTS. their depredntions so damaging nml noighbor-- . Washington, will bo cnlled on the L'tith the Willow Grovo quent in A Jewel Iluckden Stallmn; is a red sorrel and nnd n any Bet for it to begin. A Suggestion io the Connty Court. tn Ins stli ear; a combined roadster, very stylish, hood thnt there is ft movement on foot of tho Interior Journal. Tho Locomotive ami Machine sire Second Jewel; itt dam I.illie Iiuckilen, she To tho Editor nt night nnd Iluckshot, he by Imp. Iluckden; 3d dama Day to biro men to "lay out" Works, at .Richmond, Vn., were partialclaims and tho de- hy mare; 3d dam (Iray Eagle. Uick From the way tho is thought E. C. WALTON, watch for the rogues, ns it mands on our county court were pressed bo killed ly destroyed by lire; loss $125,000. Stanford, Ky and thnt if a hnlf dozen or ho can for Tho Force Bill is again before tho Monday, it seems to be high time our it will have n tendency to on tho spot nre Senate, having been taken up by n voto court was making nn effort to get out of atop tho business that the thievesmiinfa of 31 to 315, CMioriawMweuaoarieui" bloBlacj, t oiarrbtra. Enictntion, 11.. 'Pint " tho casting tho tho terrible rut of indebtedness thro u I recommend It Miuperior to any prefccnpuon carrying on so successiuuy. Woniu, gtte Bleep, viil wnotei I P. B. RILEY, Proprietor, which our county bns been running tho A. Acni, II. D., ami Uaugh nro deciding voto. postlon, II. known to me." of Messrs. Ward houses Without injurious medication. 111 Bo, Oxford St, Brooklrn, N. Y, Tho Western States nro forging to gnuntlet for these many days, with lawnii.nithnthavo beon robbed in Kentucky. London, - the front. Nebraska has three govern- yers all along down tho line on every Tn CaxTa.ua Coxrxxt, T7 Murray Stre't,N. largo quantities to I have the lust few nighta nnd neighborhood is ors, Idaho, has threo United States sena- hand representing the many localities of preparid movedevermy new Hotel and am better to accommodate the public. than ol meat taken. Tbo Good Livery attached and every convenience doloaded with buck-Bb- tors and Montana has two houses of rep- this county in their groanB for money to med. Cite me a cll. full of uow resentatives. FRANK RILEY. open county roads and keep them In re- - 7; and something ia going to drop. PERSONAL POINTS. 1 hnrd-enrned y o Hie,--Kiii- pair; to help support my brother, sister, father or IllOtlmr. nx tin. iuai mnv Iim In keep them from entering tbo poor house that has been arranged for tho paupers oi uk county; ami to donate SoOO to tlie mile to build n pike from ono locality to - C7..- -i -. . r' - Cl SSV'.JSYmiother. It appears to mo that it is out ol good reason to ask the county so often to assist in keeping a road in repair that Has the largest and only helps one locality, nnd one that the ordinary pride, encouraged by self interest of Mint locality, ought to keep up MOST COMPLETE STOCK without a single murmur for help. It Jb outrageous to tnx the people all OF over this county to build pikes that only accommodate n few individuals nnd one that is no source of revenue to tho county or State, nnd but little to nny.ono else ever shown in Stanford at prices except the and ho would as low as the lowest. have to hoist the pole on some till the metal was all gone, so that vou could onRemember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, ly tell it from n dirr road about everv 5 miles, before ho could buy himself n who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to blue grass farm. It is nice to have good roads and pikes send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old through the country. I wish we bad n gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicgood pike up Rush Branch to Stanford ited and 1 guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. now, but it costs too much money to answer givingly to every call, regardless of public benefit or revenue. All localities put in the plea, "You did so and so for so nnd so, why not forme?" This bns been too much the case with keepers of the public cribs, judging from tlie way the bottom shows now. But it (Successors to Higgins & McKinncy) is now a good time to stop it to some extent in the beginning of 1SJM, when Lincoln county is controlled by democrats, Kentucky' by democrats and democrats nn top generally; and with an unhrenkn-blgrsfrp on the presidency in 1892. Desire to call the attention of the public to the completeness of their J. A Hammondo. stock in its various branches and most cordially invite an inspection of it. It is their intention to do business on a "live and let live" NEW ADVERTISEMENTS., The Old Reliable Jeweler IK in the Lead; n- y o 3 &Wc$kp) A. R. - Penny Walclics and Jewelry gate-keepe- B. K. & W. H. WEAKEN, DEALERS IN 6R06ERIES, HARDWARE, &g e bi-t'i- Court-Hous- c, FOR SALE Oil KENT. Dan-vill- u Itlcb-iiioiii- I, ey 9-- ll d Estray ITotioo. I S. S. MYERS' STORE -- di o-- - FOR SALE, Headquarters for All Kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Jo-wp- b Acres of Good Land, Illue-Orat1 e, 7,-- 1 1 FRESH OYSTERS AT ALL HOURS, x 7(1 - Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, EXECUTORS' SALE! Tuesday, January WOVEIT WIB,E SLAT 5TEITCB; . 1 FXHST C3C&SS X.UMB3SR Y&.RD. A Special DRUGS and JEWELRY ffl AMCPIIDJIUK Bost "W ATOM , Watch. -- nrat-clas- s poflt-iiuiMr- One-ha- well-know- n 90-l- PUBLIC SAX.E OS" d '- Weatherford Hotel, post-olllc- o 5 o post-ottl- ce Sal-le- e. "W B. MoBOBERTS, One-thir- d to-d.;- y, m oo-t- FOH ' v.l J ti Infanta Children. vice-preside- nt THE RILEY H0U.SE, 1 1 shot-gun- s ot - ' J r ., t jt V "TrP Semi-Week- ly Wf; WOMAN'S WORLD. THE NEW CLUB HOUSE OPENED AT DECATUR, ILLS. - InteriorJourna: TOO HIGH AMBITIONS. The overseer of the linen department AT of n largo city retail storo was much pleased with tho nppearanco of the- new JBPKR YK A1UX AD VAXCK saleswoman who had beon assigned to Vhen not so paid S2.50 will be charged." his department. "Sho is healthy, neat and qnlck in her K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. movements," he 6aid to nn assistant. Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning "Sho has tho face of an intelligent, honest and ambitions girl. I have put her at 5:4$ p. m. at tho towel counter, but if sho does LOCAL TIME CARD. L.&H. well, as I think sho will, it will not bo ...u jo am long before sho will bo promoted to the Mail train going North. 16 pm boutn South ....iiSPm lace counter." t?nr train " North '.. it Jit am "You aro inclined to favor her," was ""m Local Freight North South. 5'SP m tho comment. The latter trains alsoscarry passengers. "Only becanso I think sho is nn exThe above u calculated on standard time. Solar ceptionally clever girl, and will descrvo time is about o minutes finer it," was tho reply. "I know that eho is poor and needs steady work badly." Miss Scott, tho girl in qnostion, soon impressed all tho other saleswomen with tho conviction of her cleverness. Sho talked well and much upon every sub ject but linen. Sho had thought more than any of her comrades upon the question of suilablo occupations for womon, nnd startled thorn by her fluency. "Why should not womon, educated in the law, sit in tho judge's seat?' she said to her companions. "Are they not quito as likely to bo honest as men? Did you rend that decision in tho railway case today? Anything moro unjust" "Ilavo you any huckaback tpwels?" asked a enstomor. Sho turned, apparently irritated at tho interruption, lluug down tho package, and went on whispering. "If I had beon tho judgo in that case, or tho pros-1 Published Every TuoBday and Friday Wliy One Girl with Lofty Aspiration. 1'ulleil it a Srileswomnn. Gen. Ornnt'o DruiBhter A Clinnrn for Ambitious fllrU llousn In London Womon mill Polltlrnl Sclonce TI10 Country of llnvoii.wortti. blip The Women's club, of Decatur, Ills., recently opened its own club house, a four story building on tho corner of Ceutral Park, built at a cost of $15,000 by eighty-thremembers of tho Women's club, who formed a stock company tinder tho laws of thostato. Tho officers of tho company aro: President, Mrs. Anna B. Milhken; vice president, Miss Laura Wikoff; treasurer, Mr. M. M. T. Randall; directors, the officers nnd Mrs. Vail. Mrs. Ida W. Baker, Mrs. J. W. Haworth, Airs. Dr. A. J. Stoner and Mrs. C. P. Thatcher. Tho building is of pressed brick, and was designed by a Chicago architect It is boated by steam, lighted by gas and incandescent light, nnd has an oleo- trio elevator. All tho material was by women, who also saw that it o --te-lect-ed expended a littio over '100.000. Thero is nothing moro palatial iu London, for the mnrble staircao only just completed alone cost 20,000, and all the rootnn have been fitted up in tho most magnificent manner. Mrs. Mnckay does not take possession till the spnng, and in the moan time the whole of her Golvlin tapestry, antique furniture, statuary and pictures aro to be brought from Paris. Mr. Mackay'H home, as far as Europe is concerned, will henceforth be in London, and the first entertainment given in his now mniibion will bo ono of the mast sentional cventa of the coming Mr. Sandford had devoted a season. fortuno to tho preparation of his ideal abode when the tveont financial crisis necessitated his selling it before he had ever inhabited it. Ono of Ute indirect effects of tho krach has Wen to give Mrs. Mackay the finest houso iu London. London World. Ml Mary Itonr. Miss Howe was Iwrn at Drattloboro, UICIIARD C. WARREN Is a Candldato for Auditor of the State of to the will of the Democratic party. m FOB SALT! Containing Terms easy. I io 1 Lot on Main Street in Stanford acres. T R. WALTON, s'tanlord. Farm For Salo. I desire to sell my larm of about 1,1,0 acres, situ, ated about 14 miles north of Stanford on ths Rush Ilranch pie,opprsite the old church 'there ire about so acres In wheat and rye, the balance (iood dwelling of the farm well set In timothy of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new arn: is well watered and fen. ed. Possession can he given immediately. Kor particulars, se0 J, P. lUney, bunfoid, or write the undersigned at K. WI1IU.KS. Cincinnati, Ohio. MYKRS KOTJS33, P. W. GHEEN, Proprietor. h.ise reemtly taken charge of this Motel and ifltel keeping 11 nt its present hUh landsrd. Special attention given to the traveling I n f l Haslrg my Uatler Shop to the Com mercial II .ft I, I am I ripr. J O a immodate ladies as well ai Ectiilri en in anything ihey may ,teJ on , Call wish in my line. CInK'en .." JISSV THOMPSON-Millie. Irt uinmertlal "id. rrr-.-vn1 1 was used projMJrly. Tho first fioor is a handsome etore room; tho second is n fiat of soven rooms, occupied by Mrs. Dr. Grimos; the fourth fioor contains throe studios, ono of which is used by Miss Laura Johns. Tho third floor is the home of tho Decatnr Women's Shake-searca- n POWDER Absolutely Puro Highest of A cream of tarter baking' powder U. S. Government Reall in leavening strength, t33a. port Aug 17, r. A. 5. PRICE, Office 'jan Mam SURGEON DENTIST. street, over W. 11. McRoberts urug siorc, aiannrru. R. G. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. niKr.nn Mim mreit. nmusite rortman House, up stairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless extracting. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office South side M 1.11 treet, in offiee recently vacated by Dr. L F Huifman, Stanford, Ky. J.J.ALLEN 11. F. ATWOOD ALLEN & ATWOOD, RISfIL ESTRTE EGESTS. J o h nson City, Tenn. wm.ayrks. J as. g. giyens. AY.RES & GIYENS, Attorneys at Law, 327 Fifth St., ioi-y- - - Louisville, Ky. FRANK MARIMON. Shreve Huilding. r JAS. G. GIVENS. GIYEHS MMILIQK - - REAL ESTATE, Pinevlllc, nSTSW set pike, Kentucky. MTXli. Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber Lands bought or sold on Commission. Correspondence ioi-y- r solicited. SAW P to furnish any kind of LUMHER, SHINGLES, Ac, at LOWEST I'RICES. I will sell the lunv berat the mill or deliver, t j suit uurc haters. Give tne a trial. Postoili e, MAYWOOD, KY 43-- iy I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerand am prepared 7 miles Irom Stanford A.ll.UASTIN ri DID TnE GREAT HOUSEHOLD lUIMEDY FOR SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, K SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, tic. PRICE bos and book. Send threo two-cent 50 CENTS. stamps for free swaplo TAROSDSOAP ABSOLUTELY PURE,v FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATt-AND MURSERY PURPOSES. TAE-OID U CO., R. Penny Chicago, Hi and M, L. Ilourne, Stanford. ForsalebyA a H Ml M f.TkT.A-;L&, 'rife .$: Kmrns LEXINGTON,KY. R- A IF YOU WANT GOOD BREAD AND A HAPPY COOK, USE CREAM FLOUR MADE BY LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS COMPANY, LEXINGTON, KY. club, which has ICO memlors nnd 10 auxiliary societies. The societies include tho literarj, art, scientific. and philanthropic sections, and the Industrial and Charitable union, tho Relief society, tho Women's exchange, ecuting atternoy" tho officers of tho Industrial School for "Theso aro not huckaback." Dependent Girls, tho Christian club and "Then wo havo uono." others. Tho customer turned away. At the opening reception Mrs. Milliken "A more atrocious injustico" continA MUtnkc. made an nddress of welcome, and Mrs. ued Miss Scott. Tho French fashion of drew skirts that James W. Haworth gavo an interesting Tho ovorseer happened to bo near and history of tho lot on which tho club touch and even drag on tho pavement overheard wliat had been said. somo grasp of American womhavo a largo case of huckabacks J" houo stands. Boston Woman's Journal. lias taken "We en, since thero iH always a class ready to ho exclaimed sharply. "Show them'" follow every whim and change of fashGrn. Grant' Daughter. Tho next day sho was explaining what ion, however inconvenient and absurd. sho would do if sho wore an artist. "I Col. Thomas Ochiltreo has been tellilresM.nl woman was endeavoring have no patienco with women who are ing a Now York reiwrter that while in A well to make her way through a crowd on content to paint menus and china plates. London, recently, ho saw Mrs. Nellie street; her bonnet If the time ever comes when I can devote "and," ho said, "I never Washington becoming, her coat was tho tasteful and myself to art noble ligures" knew her to bo so charming. With hor style, ami so, alasl was her gown, son latest "Double damask fringed," said a busy, two daughters and hor her in an ungraceful matron, memorandum in hand. she 6pends tho fashionable se;uon in a as it dragged after wobble. A woman well dressed, but Miss Scott placed some goods before magnificent houso in tho most fashionawithout any unnecessary length to her her. "No, theso aro Scotch. I want ble quarter of London, Cadogan square dress, observed hor anxiously for a moIrish." that is pronounced as if it wero sjwlled ment and then hurried after her. Miss Scott looked hopelessly along the Cadduggan. Sho also has a fine countne, madam, your skirt has shelves. Tho overseer, who had grown try place. I dislike extremely much Just then sho realized her anxious with regard to her, stood near, talking about her privato affairs, but as mistake, and without finishing hor well and motioned to another woman to take it is well known that sho and hor litis womthe customer. "Why do you not learn band do not live together, and as there meant remark hurried away. Tho and an with tho train, with a scornful tho shelves when you aro not waiting on aro many surmises which aro capable of customers?" ho asked. Ho caught sight doing her wrong, I will speak briefly hU!orior smile, wont on hor triumphant of a pamphlet hid under tho counter, concerning them. Mr. Sartoris is not a way. Boston Traveller. "Higher Employments for Women," and pleasant kind of individual, and Nellio Tho Finest on found it out to her cost within a short The Cincinnati, Hamilien Earth. K K n understood the cause. .V Dayten Ono day, two or threo weeks later, her time nfter she had married him, and the only line running Pullman's Perlecled Safety mind was so full of tho opportunities for that discovery was ono' of tho great Vcttibuled Trains, with Chair. Parlor. Slewing nnd Dining Car nervuc between Cincinnati, women to hold political salons in this griefs of Gen. Grant's later life. and Chit ace and it the only line run"Tho justico of Mrs. Sartoris' position line Through Kclimng Chair Cart Ixtween On-country, as sho had heard thoy do in nnntl, Keokuk and Springfield, III. audSlccpInz Franco, that sho made a mistako as to can easily bo judged from the conduct Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the Up to tho time of the prico of Russian crash, and sold it of her father-in-laOnly Dlroct Lino his death tho elder Sartoris was a at half its valuo. rtctween Cincinnati, Dayton Lima, Toledo, Defriend and ndmircr of his Ameri- troit, the Lake Regions and Canada. the State ol "I really havo not learned tho meanIhe road is ne of the eldent in and by tho terms Ohioand the only line entering Cincinnati over J ing of all tho tags on tho goods," sho can daughter-in-law- , miles oi double track, and from its past record can of his will Nellie Grant is now a vory said, scornfully, to tho overseer. more "Then you must go elsowhere to find rich woman, ljving in a houso which safety than assure its patrons speed, comfort and inTicketson tale everywhere, and see that they other work," he said. "You aro dis- cost 10.000, nnd enjoying an annual I) cither charged. But remember, tho woman come of ?..'00, while her hnsband re- read C . II Aor Toledo. in or out of Cincinnati, Indianapolis k. o. Mccormick, who is not faithful iu selling a yard of ceives a liberal allowanco only, which General Passenger and Ticket Agent. toweling will bo no moro trustworthy in ceases with his death and reverts to his dealing with tho affairs of nations." cluldren. Mrs. Sartoris is a frequent Bucklen's Arnica Salve and welcoino guest at Marlboro House, Youth's Companion. The test lalsc in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, uh cri. salt rheum, fever sores, letter, chapand onco in two weeks sho dines with ped chilblains, corns and all skirt crup A Dainty Core ring. tho queen, which, it is needless for mo tionshands,positively cures piles, or no pay reo,mr and Thecouvro pied is a dainty littio duvet to add, is a distinction conferred upon cd. It is guaranteed to give perfect tatisfacnec, Price 15 cents per boi. to throw over tho feet on tho lounge or few peoplo not of royal or aristocratic or money refunded Kor sale by A R. Penny, Stintord, Ky. across tho bed. It may bo mado of In- birth." Now York Letter. dia silica in any delicate or rich artistic A Sttfo Invoatmont color. Tho best material to fill such a A Cliatieo for Ambitious Girl. Is one whi'hls goarauteed to bring jou results, or ill case of failure, a icturnof soft cover is eider down. This remains Mrs. Emily Kempin, LL. D., is makpurchase price. On this safe plan you can a compact mass, and does not pierce any ing a success of tho law school for women your from our adveitised druggist a bottle of Dr. buy for Consumption. It Is nnd every tiling and fly about the atmos- attached to tho University of Now York. King's New Discoveryrelief in every case when phere in an uncomfortablo nnd unwhole- Sho lias twelvo pupils in her class, and guaranteed to bring of the throat, lungs or chest, used for any affection some fluff, as arctic down does. Tho describes them as earnest and interested. such as lonsuiiiptlon. Inflammation of the lungs, bronchitis asthn.a, whooping cough croup, latter is worth about tin Already there aro twenty endowed schol- etc It it pleasant and agreeable to the taste, etc , per. price of the genuine down of tho eider arships. Five of her pupils havo taken fctly fcafe and can always b relied upon Trial hotllcN free at A. R Penny's drug store duck. It is mado of tho down stripped advantage of this opportunity and aro m from geeso feathers. hoping to mako tho law their profession. Merit Wins. Eider down is a soft fawn color, and Tho other soven aro wealthy society We'll ire m say to our itlzens that for years we does not fly into fluff. The prico of it women. Ono of them is Mrs. Georgo B. hac been Mling Dr King's New Discovery for varies from fS to $12 a pound, according McClellan, wifo of the son of tho cele- Consumption, Dr King's Sew Life Pills have Klectrir Hitters, and to tho market and demand, but half a brated general Some of theso ladies aro neserAriiira Salve and that sell as well or the handled remedies satisfaction. do pound would probably bo enough for an the wives of lawyers who wish to bo in- hau given siu h universalthem every time We we and not hesitate ordinary duvet. Tho next choico after telligent companions for their husbands atatid readv to guarrntee purchase price if satis to refund the eider down is pure, soft lamb's wool or in their work; others aro desirous of factory results do not follow their use These great popularity remedies have tho silkenliko natural camel's hair wool learning how to manago their own es- iu their merits won thtir Penny, Druggist. purely A. R sold in shops devoted to sanitary wool tates, while others again intend to mako S. 1$. Day has been appointed post underwear. Lamb's wool is somewhat practical use of their knowledge. difficult to get, but can bo found at some Mrs. Leonard Weber is president of master at Snider, Rockcastle county. place in all largo cities. Camel's hair tho board of directors, and Dr. Mary Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills wool can bo obtained at $1 a pound. HewPutnam Jacobi and Mrs. Acton a Now York Tribune. itt aro among tho directors. In addition stomach andnew principle regulating theA liver, new bowels through the nerves. to tho lectures delivered in tho regular' discovery Dr. Miles' Pilla speedily cure biliouspilot, Recovered Her Speech. course at tho university afternoon lect- ness, bad taste, torpid liver, childrenconstipation women, bmalloi, liiequaled for Miss Julia Morris, of Dubuque, la., ures aro also to bo given nt tho residenco mildest, surest men,doses jj cents. Sampler free 50 who for over a year has been unable to of Mrs. Hewitt. Young women through- at A. H Penny's, Stanford. articulate, has just recovered her speech out the country who desiro to pursuo An important .Tatter. in a remarkablo manner. A year ago tho study of tho law, but havo not tho Dr,iif;.M-ioitipywlieni reuori .lint tho s.ilci ol her brother was stabbed to death before means, aro reminded that of tho twenty tho Hesti ntito a neisn food ;iti her eyes. Sho fell in a swoon and lay endowed scholarships in this school only meillrmi are isloiilshln-.- ' nnv '! Inn oyer li.nl, wlnlw It Kiyt universal tntlsf ic tlicy unconscious for several days. When fivo aro taken, so that thero aro fifteon tlnn Iu In .1 H.t'eplemuess, 'acne MTsmisiiem she recovered sho was unablo to mako vacancies awaiting pupils. Lillio Dove-reu- x li bin y, Pisc-- h 'lie, poor mamrrv, tits L. Huriou A Co.. Tioy N, Y ilizlficss. an audible sound. Tho other day she Blako in Woman's Journal. On- - k, M.c.'i O Atr.U'iy & M irphy, of Hut. was conversing with a lady, writing her II. Wood.? ' in. ACo.ot l' rt V;iync. IiM urn) hunilruN or iii,r, t.i'f 1l1.1i limy iii'wtr hrir questions and answers as usual, when Women nml I'olltlcul Science. died nin meilieuio wh.vh noul mi rt.p uly or suddenly nnd without effort sho replied, Triil li'ittlos of this It was Henry Cabot Lodgo who a few Kvh a icii book tn Nitious in responso to an inquiry, "I don't think years ago said that thero wero threo jrro nn ci bo." It was tho first word she had avenues open to tho young meu of fieo at A I! IV liny' i, who (.Miitr.itityvs nnJ iccuinnie i.i, , spoken in a year. Sho is unablo to ex- wealth and leisuro, charity or social sciTlie wonderful 'rower. plain how tho gift returned to her. Tho hli;iii.i triir.'ur" In lh orM Is I'.IIIol ence, politics and litcraturo. Two of Touor, ill I'un l.iwo foet lilit. II11L the grent Philadelphia Ledger. theso avenues aro equally open to womtlii emery or Dr KranUlin Milet. u I'lirtiun to en, and although iu this country sho lowur fnr itmtutllii pnennliiu hiiiimu A Southern Goutlouoman. li.Mlih. Tina wonderful mirvo takes less nctjvo interest than sho might bulla 110 n union t ?. ems. citrus fits, Miss Winnio Davis, of Beau voir, Miss., in politics, in political science sho is al- spacim. In .i.laeho, nemr s piostraiton, is registered at tho New York hotel,' sli)0U wimss nth y pains, serunl ready making considerable headway. whero sho and her mother, tho widow of Not ouly in the ordinary women's clubs troubles, etr. Mm. John It. MUlur. of Iml. mi J. l) Tmktr of Loitttnspnrt. tho lato Jefferson Davis, will remain general and liid . ennie i jMHindx a nmnli while taking il tieasiseim iiitioih till). during tho winter. Miss Davis, who is are subjects connected with tho subject If, ptnclr municipal government mado ttiu !( 1ior.1ll.fl tin .mp' a cousin of Mrs. Joseph Pulitzor, is as of study, but in somo places special eases" fici- at .. It Imttl. of who guarantee Nervine, funny's yet a comparative stranger in Now York dittoes tl. for tho study of theso branches society; but society's doors aro destined havo "Boston Politbeen formed. Tho to open in tho near future at tho apical Class" is now a largo organization, proach of Miss Davis, for sho is of the holding regular meetings nnd devoting highest typo of tho southern gentleitself to tho study of government. When Daby was eIcK, vo garo her Castoria. woman, and you cannot very well surWhen sho was a Child, sho cried for Castoria. pass that. Echoes of tho Week. When she became Miss, sho clung to Castoria. Tho fluent Houso iu London. Of twin daughters born to Mrs. TayMrs. Mackay'u btay in Charles street When she had CtUHren. alio gayo them Castoria. lor, of Helena, Ky., recently, ono of the is to be brief, for her husband has just babes is said to havo entered tho world purchased tho splendid houso iu Carlton idready provided with a full set of teeth. House terrace on which Mr. Sandford t when sho was 0 years old. She studied in Beaton under Charleo 11. Adams, and public iu Philadelphia under Professor Uelireus. In ltfcO site eut to Europe and became First-Clas- s a pupil at tho Dresden Opera school. In connection Also Sho npiiearwl at Kroll's Garden at Berlin in "Lucia," "Tho Barber of Seville" and "La Sonnambula" with great succens. Pool and Billiard Parlorc. I M REM), Clerk Lnter she was a pupil of Marchoai Re73 tt turning to this country alio appeared at tho Worcester FiwtivaL Sh is a reCo. markably handsome woman, with large, dark eyes contrasted effectively with a OK STANIORD. KY , wealth of blonde liair. Her sou-t- is pure and strong, especially iu its itper Is now fully orgsnued and ready for business with register, of great flexibility, nnd florid passages aro delivered with groat enee Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. and clearness. Sho is said to rival De Snrplus, 15,000. Vcre, and is undoubtedly ono of tho most brilliant concert singers that have SUCCESSOR tuTilK LINCOLN NATIONAL IIANK OK STANFORD. appeared hero. Nw York World. Vt, and her sinking attracted notice Sample Room ' ma Farmers Bank& Trust miSMtP Twenty miles the Shortest to "i -- Grant-Sartori- s, "Ex-cus- o le-com- o" (Now closing up) wuh the same assets and tinder the same naHigewcnt. Uy provisions of Its chiller, depositors are as fully protected as ale depositors in National Hanks, its shareholder being held Individually liable to the estent o( the amount of their stock therein at the par value tliereol, in addition to Iht amount invested in such shares. It may ait as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual To those who entrusted their hulsinrss lo us while mnaging the Lincoln Naltesial Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience in banking andas liberal iccuuitDeslatians as are consistent with sound banking titan raiss: J. J. WirHami, Ml Vernon; J. M Hail, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Manford ; S J. Emory, Snferl ; J. K Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MilledgesiUc; J. K.IUughman, llusiosiville; J V. Cash, Stanford ; William Geoch, Stanford, Ky S. 11. M Making direct connections in Central Union d- Kit for Chicago, Michigan Points, St. Louis, Cleveland, Detroit, IlufiaTS. IBUianapons anu me mil, New England, Canada, Washington, Ouic-kei-t New York, Richmond, time m lUrrodsSiirg, VranVfurt, Ky VIltOMIA Shortest and Quickest .n llaltimnre, Boston, Philadelphia, lo Solid 'I rains, cars, saioklng cars and Coaches, Puilaiso iTuudoIr Sleatiers thtuugh with out change via Chstlsn ofa, llirmingham, Mcrid ian makinr direct connection en roult lor Knoa. ville, Ashsvilln, Lynchburg aad points in the (UAH-'lDICNAe- , IDBIiMAKS, NEW bigiirs Shanks, President W. J II. Owsley. Cashier llrighl, Teller J II Uaujhmati General Iltok.Kceper At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilminc Macnn, Savannah, ton, Charleston, Augusta, llrunoick, Lake City, 1 hotnisvills and FLORIDA potnis. The only line running solid trains with choico Poilmsn llost.ioiror Palace Sleeping Cars lo without change lor any class of passengers or baggage Selma and l inlgomery, lluntiville, Decatur, Kloreme. Memphis and ARKANSAS Joints. Shcrtwst and iuickest to Annislon, Selma, Mobile Uurct connections made at NKW ORLEANS without omnibus transfer for OiOveston Houston, Austin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA; The onljr through line to Jaskson and N'Kksburg, Miss. , Shrevcputt !.., making direct c.nni tions withi.ul omluhus transfer lor Dallas Krt Worth. Austin San Antonia, 1 Paso and (wintsm 1 Jack-toovil- te OLD ZY. ROUTE ! TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORHIA. For through rates - c Newport News ,V Mississippi Valley Co , "E D. Solid Vealil-uleTrains lo Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, Corrected Tim Caret in Effect Nov i(, STATIONS Lvc Stanford 1S40. do-vot- ' information Amenta! il.n (. ilv, ' or address call nn rltANK JunWOOII.I.V.Ky. V I Tiav Pass Act , esinttnn, Ky. D (. H.WARDS, CC ItAKVK, Vice PreioeM. f. P A T A., lliKir.nsti O 1 count county maps and lull ' u All points East and Southeast Only one (light out Irom Lenngton. Kentucky Central R.R. MlLiUJC CrUAHH ltOUTJC." Tho Suortost nnd Quickest Itouto from Contrivl Kontucky to all points North, East, Wont nnd Houth-WouFust t. ,'Tast- . Eipress, Dally TaTiNfaTirA ccom E. Sun 11 Daily so n n 6 40 pm 7 " l.esinjtKi . " Winchester " K. U. Junction .III so n'n J ; am . 13 Pin 11 40 am ;m 7 pni la 4) pm I J 31 1"" " " " " " Ml. Sterling,. Morchead Olive Hill Ashland. Calletisburg.... Huntington .' .i ! po .,im ay pre ,'lo is ,10 -- I ii ,j pm i i a 4J pm S S aj pm 4Pt Llnobotwoon Lexlnifton and Cincinnati. SCHEDULE IN KKKECTNOV No. 1, No. ' pm 3) pm J J5 P" e oa am S IJ am pm I 3 am sua 9 10 am 16, io0. No o Sun p n South-Houn- Ex Sun. Daily mi V WEST HOUND. Lvc. Huntington. Mi. Sterling " Winchester.. Arr Lexington M taut-facto- ry " Catletisburg " Ashland. " Olive Hill . . i to pm i ao pm I 40 .. . . . . 1 4 5 6 5 am pin 6 y am ja pm I 47 am 4 7 pm to jj am 6 Jj am 07 pm 11 45 am 7 '3 am 00 am j j j 01 pm 6 pm 49 pm an am 10 am $ i3 Pi u 4 pm i Arr Richmond. . Arr Lancaster... . Arr Stanford. - Lvc Lve l.ve Arr Arr Lve Arr Cincinnati Covington... Kalmouth..... . Bio am I en S iS a mj I 08 Pans. Lcunglen.. . 11 ,7 Paris am Winchester,. . is 10 p m 1 p p g 48 a m u 16 p it a m 10 11 p j 10 p mii 10 p 'x m' m! S P tn ...... IS I1 3 10 one-eight- h m Limited Veititiolrd hsprem runs dally and I as Pullman Vestibuled lluffet Sleepers between Louisville, Lexington, Washington, New York and Old 1'iiint Comfort This train is made part of the celebrated Lve Richmond Arr llerra. Arr l.ivinglon. Norlh-Ilound, , . J 10 p in .,..... 3 03 P m ... 5 10 p m sj p p m ......- m ... P m m .?.P m 5 37 m o ij i m 7 o p d 1 mi 3 S" tn SL'tsr. ' 1. ......... mt .M t 1. No. 5. . No. NOjJ, Iluck-leu'- s m -- s 1 l , ." l.ve Livingston. S on a m JBs Lve Herea... 10 5 a in 3 S East of Huntington on the C. .V O. Route Arr Richmond. 'L ?--i, -Fast Mail rains run daily except Sunday be13 ..... 7 00 a in tween Lexington and Huntington. Make direct Lve Stanford . Lve Lancaster 7 jo a in connection at Huntington with C A O. , at Ash Arr Richmond.. 10 ... I j a in V R ; at Winchester with K C. R land wuh S. R. north and south bound, and at Lexington wuh Lve Richmond.. oj p m 6 10 a m' .. Arr Winchester L & N., I. S and C ,N. O. A T. P. Railroads. 54 P m 7 IS a tnj Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily. Arr Paris JJ V m 748 a m Connects at Winchester 10 and from K C points Lve Lexington 00 p m 7 00 a m 3 4 p m and at Lexingtor. with I. S R R. for Louiitille, Lve Paris 4$ P " 7 5) " 4 5 P m Kor full information in regard to rates, routes, Lve Kalmoulh., 411 p in 9 18 a m 5 30 p m Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines Arr Covington. 5 40 p m 10 44 a ml 6 J7 p tn Arr Cincinnati 1 l P in 10 50 a m 6 45 p m rHE.HlNTINfTON, S K II. MORSE, V. P A , V P and (i M , On the.Maysville Ilranch. No o. leaves .t Ohio; 755, am and No. n, at 537, p In arriving at O W. IIARNE. W S HARRISON, Marseille at 10 in, am, and 7 jj, pm. No. 10 G M . Lexmgun.Ky T P A , Ashland, Ky leaves Maysville al lt1( arriving at Pans at 740, am. No. 11 leaves Maysville at so and arrives at Paris at 4 io,p m. These trains aro daily except Sunday, No. runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati No, 4j leaves Lexii gton 10 00 am; arrives Paris 10 43 am; except Sunday. No. 8 leavesCincinnati 5 10 pmjarrivea Kalmoulh 7 o pm : except Sunday No. 7 leaves Ealmouth 6 00 am: arrives Cincinnati 7 am, except Sunday. Train Notes -- No. runs dally, except Sunday, CONSUrVIPTION between Lexington and Cincinnati. No Sunday only, making nil local stops. No iiruna a runa daily Cincinnati and Lexington Taal",'Vi0,6 anil .nn nc.r depart from new 4th St Depot, on 4th below John st. . . x?.,. 1 . F. F. V. ,..., Is 1 1 I,I. jj,,, 1 1 SCOH'S CURES j . Wasting Disaaseu SCROFULA BRONCHITIS COUCHS COLDS '""" '"' 7 n ,0 amve at "ew anuraimouth Accommoi ,h St- - Po.on sth below T. '' ".i V a- -l '. i e- -il Wonderful Flosh Producer. remedy. It contninH tlio Btimulnt-iuproporties of tho Hypophos-phite- s nnd puro Norwoginn Cod Liver Oil, tho potoncy of Loth boing largely incroasod. It is used by Physicians all over tho world. L' Many Jnivo gained ouo ttotind per day bv its uso. Scott's iSmu.H.on is not a Bocret Nos. a and 6 make connections at Winrhe.te. for points on the N N .v M V IM PORTANT -- Train.ol this line now arrive s.!,,?J?dV?a,,if,n"i,h" F"'"1 Union Passenger pointrNoh'and" tor W.L hrppl-ncsjiin- d med.-em- u dlzzl-ni"- in-- . Vnlpa-rfiiM)- , iilii-tr.i- li - CCOTTA.DOWNE,Chml8ta.N.Y. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by oil Jlritfiulsts. full particulars address any agent ol the Co, MUNSON Th, Pa,. Ag,., Clncinnatt. S. r. II. MORSE, Oen'l Pass'g'r Agt Cincinnati, u. H. K. HUNIINGTON, 'l and Gen'l iMiiiicra GENERAL OFFICES- Commerce Hu.ld.ng, Note. Double daily train serviceCincinnati, O between Cincinnati and Lexington. on Sundays Vlce-Pres- " " '" Cr? , POSTED. Thli notice forewarns hunters, and other, not to trespass on our Unas fishermen per. mission, as all such will be prosecuted without lull-eto the extent oflhe law. Signed: st Home-maker-. For LOHTorTArLINO UANROOni General and MEKV0U8 DEDlllTTi Weainess of Body and Mind, Effectl of Errors or Exeessea is Oldor Vounr. IUtl, ,SI. asaHOOUrnllr lleiUttd. Hew te e.ltry ui . Biro,ts,onxix,i,JUiriU)rKUiiiiuiB-iUTSOI'flOUrISwtelsly eerslller IIOK TmunkXT-Dfes- llt Sir. a U.llf; rreie 10 Blsles sa4 feealrles. nrif Ikenw llsscrlsll.e eseUssllee sail aro aslb'veeledirree, itttur EPIff MEOIOAb CO., BUFFa. O. N. Y, mn mm urn saMW mm Win Mr. ALICK TUCKER ' Tims ....ViVV1.. . A Jl s, icr. MULDS. GAINES. Mrs SAM FORI, IR II. W nin jvz. HALLOU. '. A. JCAMILTO.V. I S. IMIILLlpo i IIAUOHMav - JiniiScIMffi hXH". 'V.'. WwAshc. U, frl II. COOPER, W A COKFKV Mr. M. A .3'ARTIN. ROHHIIT HAWWfTT J rJ,KUOh, W, P. (iKIM.ES. J. M"AUCE, K. y f 4JM r s v- ' .Jvl'ii'-rtt- i'v .