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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891012001 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 nOL. XVIII. MT. SALEM. Interior Journal. STANFORD KYM TUESDAY. JANUARY 20. 1891. NEWS CONDENSED i NO. 93 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. -I- MifwJoflio Hmilnlmw is on n two months' visit to Mr. Cur roll Ciiiiiliir, on Trnco For it, Chhov countv. A b:i1 kIoohi vtub cast ovor tlila coinmnnity on last Thursday on of .Mrs. Naomi Fair, henrliii: o( tlio of McKinncy. Almost all of her low? and uselul Hfo wan spent in this immedi-ntconnminity, w hero hIih had many relatives and friends and no enemies. I Ier loss w ill lone he felt, 1 Jim McKtnney. heaides his usefulness to mankind and other aceompliHhmentH. has lately entered a He ii. new field, that of invention with his ehiefchum ami rlnht bower, lloh Smith, is now projeetiiu; on a sieve attachment to his corn mill hop-peby which ho expects to Minite the Krain from com cobs, dead rutn. silks, husks, fine dust and other impurities. It is to be hoped he will succeed. Married, in ltussell county, on the nth lint., by tho Kev. Win. Smith, Mr. James H, Thomas, of this vicinity, to Fannie Cravens, iliuinhtur of Mr. Cy Cravens, of that county. Mr. Thomas Minv from that section about n year iiko and purchased n homo in this vicinity, l whera he has since resided with his motliur. Ho brought homo his "brand new" brido on the same day and a sood sited crowd of his neighbor! at his home to receive them, where a nice supper was. prepared and partaken of. en-tir- die o iK-at- o ... .i... LanenMcr promptu dane- Hotel after the College musical. The condition of Dr. Jennings Price remains uncnange.i. lie is in a very . .. iiBliliml iMiuiiiiMi .....I uiiik'vi iflnli.lilli.. nun uu 1.,....,.,. art' eniiujirn tertained for his recovery. A lurgo crowd will attend the musical Iriday llight. -- Tho young folks will give nn I. O - larns had u. valuable horso to im- - Ken-en- d eon-nectio- n r, wid-nvif- Letter From Liberty. Numerous men. it is reported here, have lost their minds trying to keep up with the con. con. proceedings. Judge Myers, notwithstanding he has been elected county judge, is still a candidate. It is for matrimony this time. Guess it's becnuso he has had to tie the knots that have made several man and wife. We also have a lawyer who wishes to get out of the state of bachelorhood. Old Aunt F.liw I'rnvwlt, on old colored woman, was found dead about miles from town. She left Wilkinson's Hotel, where sho had iteen at work, after dark to go to her homo and it is supposed she lost her way and froze to death, as sUe was found about J milo the other side of her house. It. 11. WilklHson, Win. Wilkinson and John K. Sharp returned Sunday night from Adair county, where they had been on a big bird hunt. They were wet all over on the inside and n great Happy deal wetter on the outside. happier in his happiest Jack was never days. They brought back three birds. 1 this (Monday) evening, given by Prof. Kocstttr'H class. A full account will be given in. Friday's I. J. George Smith, the boy violinist, of Louisville, gave an entertainment at tho eoiiri-hotiSaturday evening. The attendance was not large, but tho audience was well pleased witlt tho performance. Ho promises to make it violinist. A. II. Hice is ipiite sick with fever. W. It. Murrn left for Cincinnati Sunday. John P. Lear, who has been very sick for a few days, is able to be out again. Clyde has accepted a position as telegraph operator at Silver Creek. J. Y. Currey was here Saturday and Sunday. Tho Lancaster public school, that has been so successfully taught by Prof.-M- . I). Hughes, closed Friday. Prof Hughes has given entire satisfaction to the patrons of the school, which is, evidenced by the fact that nearly all of them have solicited dim to open a select school for the remainder of th winter. Our town was honored by a visit f:om Col K. H. (iaither and Lieut. Hon-Lof Harrodahurg on last Saturday, 17th inst. Col. (.iaither commands the Second Hegiment Kentucky State Guards and Litnt. Honta is an oilicer of the Hockner Kifies, of Harrodsburg. Tho occasion of their cjiII was the election to till the vacancy caused by the resignation of Capt. Landram, the commandant of the compHiiy at this place. Letcher Owsley was chosen captain and tho company named "The Gaither Light Infantry." The visitors were entertained by Capt, Laudram and also by Capt. wwsiey, ami expresses lliomnelves as delighted with their visit. An entire new equipment was ordered for the company and will arrive In a few days. s first-clas- s a, The. Koatcrn papers seem generally agreed that tin election of Mr. (Jallinger as Senater from New Hampshire means the "political death of William K. Chan-- r tiler." does. Let us Iiojmi and pray that it States disA. Warder, and at prestrict attorney for Tennessee ent city attorney of Chattanooga, shot S. M. Fugette, and killed his J. son-in-la- and dangerously wounded his daughter, Mrs. Fugette. Judge Warder was shot through tho right breast. He had been drinking. The fate of tho Free Coinage Silver lies chiefly in tho disposition made bill of It by tho House Committee to which It was referred. II It bo pigeon- - holed it will bo almost impossible to get it into o House before tho session oxpires, with Heed to put obstructions, in tho way of ita consideration. Tho republicans of Mt. Holly N. J., concluded being without a to choose ono by popular vote and gave to Mr. Haines an overwhelming majority. President Harrison concluded to do nothing of tho kind anil gave tho oillco to Mr. Collins. Harrison doesn't believe the people know what they aro about. post-muster, A Uuisiana electric light company is having nuulo for it what is said to bo tho largest belt in tho world. It is made of two thicknesses, of leather, consisting of tho skins of 175 animals, and is six feet wide and 108 feet long. Tho services of will L'O men for a period of two months required to complete it, and it will bo e when finished weigh two tons. Tho J 10,000, cost of tho bolt will bo about or nearly $10 por square foot. en-tir- Somebody who has been working on a newspaper for 17 years figures itout that in that time ho has written more than imag13,000,000 words on almost every which in book form would inable subject, size. make 88 volumes of tho ordinary " ol sucn writing " great deal "stullV but, then, tho same term called is may justly bo applied to much that name of literature. dignified by the Philadelphia Kccord. PrecootousHoy ".Mamma, was Anaono Ho?" nias killed for telling just was, my son." Hoy Mamma -"- Ho a (thoughtfully) -''- There has been sinco change in tho administration time, hasn't Uiere, mamma? invented An enterprising genius has of pasteboard an illuminated cat, made to bo or tin, coated with phosphorous, garrets and placed in cellars, storerooms to frighten rata away. Ana-nia- s' Standi! A Faulkner, K.irhourville Is a question asked the Grocer every dajf merchants, have assigned, with liabiliCONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. ties of $1,500. Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at Delegate West, from Kstill anil Lee, It took 10,703,517 pounds, or nearly was convicted of carrying a concealed 10,000 tons of paper, to print the WA-BBiEETweapon, but Delegate Simon Holivar World in 1MK). Huckner came to his rescue and parEricsson, the inventor, made bedoned Iii nt. quests aggregating $125,000. It is found Hominy, Rice, Navy and Butter Beans, Cream Cheese, lUaccaroni, After much demagogic oratory n that his estate amounts to but $!)0,000. Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried head tax of not exceeding $y was authorThe council of Cincinnati has passed Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Figs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, ized. One member plead against a head an ordinance making tho giving of pubtax, because if it was prohibited the lic exhibitions of hypnotism punishable Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip constitution would be adopted, no mat-to- r by n fine of $500. Beef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, A what else was in it. negro boy was hung at N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c. It has boon said that the dillerence Opelika, Ala., Friday, for murder. While between me Kentucky con. con. and a on the scaffold he said ho "felt sorter can. can., is that the former displays like he had Migion." SALE. FARM brains and the latter legs. Well, if a An operator at Girard, la., failed to privately my Farm of can. can. cannot make a better showing deliver a train or lor and a passenger and iVJI ofler (or saleof Stanford, near the 8j Acres, Somerset miles south of legs than the con. con. has of brains, freight train collided, killing nine and ike. It ii m a high state of cultivation, all be- in in grass but 15 acres: has all the necessary we don't want even a freo ticket to tho fatally wounding three persons. buildings, is well watered and lenced anu a aettr. able place generally Call on or address ne at show. Catlcttsburg Democrat. Prohibition haH been in force at Stanford, Ky. ,.AT.. Gov. Huckner fought gallantly to Weston, W. Va., for several years. At G. A PEYTON. have all kinds of property taxed and the city election Tuesday a high license failing, he ottered an amendmentrequir-in- g ticket was elected by n big majority. E. & GO.'S, M. F. that allexccmptcd property bo assessNewport's new model school-housed and the amount of the taxes charga-bl- e recently completed at a cost of $50,000, Ky. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, thereto, if it were not exempted, was entirely destroyed by fire Saturday shall be Ieied upon the taxable property night. The entire loss falls on tho city. Has a Harber Shop on Main street, opof of the city, county or municipality in James M. Dougherty, Mary Ander- posite Portrnan iiou.e, and invites a uliarecalls your A Favorite for Nearly a Hundred Tears, Prompt attentioa tooutside and patronage which such exempted property is locat- son's crazy lover, has beer, convicted by special attention 10 ladies and childrer. Work done in the latest style with neatness and dis ed, but this too was defeated. a New York court of murder in the sec- patch. &3'6rti If the convention thinks its work is ond degree for killing Dr. Georgo F. THE CINCI2T2TATI acceptable let it submit two constitu- Lloyd. tions to the people; tho one its own creThayer has thought better Having leaved the Menelce Stablp, I now offer ation, the wonder if not the admiration of his usurpation designs and surrender- my NEW SI AHL.K on Lancaster street for rent It has ten lare llox Stalls and is the very best of gods and men; the other, the old con- ed tho executive office in Nebraska to place in the tuunty Tor a Jack and Horse stand for season stitution with just two changes, one Gov. Hoyd, who was elected by a good the comingaddress A large cistern at the door Call on or striking out every reference to slavery majority. A. T. NUNNEM.KY. Stanford (Weekly Edition of the Commercial Gazette.) and another substituting an "open Henry Watterson predicts that 1S92 1891 1891 clause," by which it can be amended. will witness as complete a breakdown of Do this and the old constitution will the republican party as the Whig party To Old Friends and New Friends, MT. VERNON, KY. have ten votes to ono for tho new, met with in 1852, when it only carried r.REETING: Hotel'i still maintain This old and Courier-Journafour States. The Weekly Gazette ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe Volume with marks ol has entered upon its 08th increased energy in ever The ItOiiisville Post says that Mr. Hy a decision of tho United States cial attention to the traveling public. department and with a liberal suport, wl ich u acknowledged with the most cordial appreciation. P. NKWCOM1I, Prop., Miller, of Lincoln, attacked the section circuit court at St. Paul. Russell Sage M. Wo Mt. Vernon, Ky, fact have every assurance wc know it to be a In tho con. con. on tho tth, Delegate of the taxation report, which provides comes Into the possession of 3.000.000 that the Weekly Gaiette is unsurpassed anywhere lor the constant excellence of its contents Hlackhtini refused to believe that the for the licensing of all kinds of business acres of land in Minnesota, valued at and for cheapness. Though it contains the cream of seven daily issues.it costs less per copy than people of tho State had, as charged by with an attempt at humor and read n $10,000,000. any leading oaily. One dollar a year is less than Among tho attractions largely adsome of the newspapers, condemned the long list of tradesmen who might be two cents u copy and wc pay the postage. KOWLAND, KY., It our steady aim to Weekly Gavertised for tho new constitution before it hail been com- subjected to this license tax. Exposition Doalors in Groceries, General Mer- ietteisin every possible improve the We consider direction. this first, the expense afterward. Major Johnson aHkcdjhim if ho would at Jacksonville, Fla., is Sum Jones, who pleted. "What," ho asked, "are they chandise, &c, The Weekly Gazette will hae more fully than They finding fault with?" Well said, Capt. yield for a moment. still continues to be n drawing card with Invites an inspection of his line of goods is that ever were bought lor cash and the consequence The News of nil the World; "Yen, if you will do something for a certain class of people. he can sell at a lower figure than those whodoa Hlackhurn! As nothing baa yet been The Freshest and Fairest Market Reports; long credit business, lie of your done, tho inquiry is pertinent, "What these poor fellows 1'vo been talking At Denver Harley McCoy insulted patronage, promising gooddesires a share goods attho lowest livThe Best Articles for Farmers ,V Horticulturists ; 1 m about." Chief of Police Hawley. Tho latter drew ing prices, are they finding fault with'" Pure and Interesting Matter for the Household; Attractive and Useful Heading for Ladles ; "I only want to relievo tho gentleman a revolver and shot McCoy several times Whatever nuy be thought of the idi- of his ofibrt to be funny," was tho reply. McCoy A Lively & Instructive Children's Department; I. 31. BRUCE, returned tho firo killing Hawley Trustworthy Political News and Comment; osyncrasies of Senator Iugalls by his poMr. Miller sat down with a dull thud, and died himself shortly after. Choice, Fascinating Stories Si the Finest Poetry; litical opponents, it is conceded bv all and rr.D but, recovering momentarily from tho Tanner has challenged Succi to a y Miscellany that all will Enjoy; that ho is a man of marked ability and mental jolt, said ho was satisfied to have Illustrated Sketches, Bright Paragraphing; STANFORD, KY. fast, to occur during the World's commands at all times the attention ami brought the genllemiiti to terms. Fair, nothing to be taken but water, or SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL IN short, IT is A respect of tho Senate. It is admitted ul if Succi prefers, let the fast continue travelers Horses and mules bought and sold. so that while presiding over that body FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. horsesnnd vehicles used in livery SPLENDID from day to day, until ono or tho other Only WEEKLY PAPER that his rulings have been fair, and that yields the contest. It. H. & E. P. Woods' famous jack, ho has not allowed his political opinions I In LM hours after stealing a pig, Joto intluence his decisions. In his great Silas Vaughan, died Friday. ONE DOLLAR A seph Harris, of Jefiersonville, had donS. M. Owens bought of Nick speech, recently delivered in the Senate, ned tho stripes for one year and was a pair ol mare kins, of ho uttered a To Agents we allow the Best Terms yet offered, truth when he for SKX). Garrard, doing time in tho Indiana penitentiary. bample Copies Free, In the corporate limits of Rowland. said that the great evil the people were William Ijickcy sold to Lilian! A If ho had killed a man he would have H J. DARST, Rowland. 86 now considering was tho tyranny of comstood a better show. Terms Daily Commercial Gazette: bined, concentrated, centralized, con- Cobb U feeders, weighing 1,000 pounds, The name of the Alexander Hotel scienceless and incorporated capital. at !JJ cts. DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAY: G. W. Evans sold to Johnson, of has been changed to tho Willard, which That the millionaires are not tho pro Year was its name before "Ucclo Joe" Alex$14 00 ducers and laborers of tho country; that Hoyle, '.'0 head extra good 2 and 6 Months ... 7 00 ander took charge. W. R. tagan will cattle at 3 cts. I am well prepared to bore wells and will do the 3 Months 3 30 the great bulk of the property of the Month ... t 35 S. M. Owens bought a nice pair of continue as manager and Mr. A. W. work in a good manner and promptly Daily Saturday only 1 ou country was passing into tho hands of At One Dollar a Foot. mules of Nick Perkins, of Jones and his long whiskers will remain thoso whom the Senator from Ohio callDAILY SUNDAYS OMITTED: Call on orjiildrcss me at Stanford, Kentucky, behind the counter. L.T.SMITH. 34 tt ed by euphemism the spectators of the Garrard, for J'JOO. Year .$ta 00 Tho Indiana legislature has passed a Joe & Jim Phillips sold 15 head ol .7. 6 oo 6 Months country. They had no politics but plunresolution calling on Congress to amend - 3 oo 3 Months der and no principal but tl.e spoliation mules for tho Southern market at $120. i oo i Month the constitution so as to provide for the TEE GQEEERCIKL HOTEL Daily Sunday only a oo Lebanon Enterprise. of tho human race. The means by which Address J! V OWENS, Manager, Hen Gaines had-- l ewes to give birth election of U. S. Senators by popular balthose fortunes wore acquired were deTHE COMMKUCIAL GAZETTE CO., 12 lambs. Ho has engaged his entire lot. A bill was introduced in tho House Cincinnati, Ohio. to nominated Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. financial speclot of lambs at ?1 a head for May to July providing that illegitimate children shall ulation. This process was going on with I hive bear tho father's name. taken charge at this popular hot.l ZSZZEXZEJSSISSEtGiSZB&JEEBBK constantly nnd frightfully accelerating delivery. manner in every a to run it Evan Settle says ho will not bo in and intend Itisbeinein papered and painted from pacor The latest sensational respect stvrx rapidity by means of combinations; we being top to bottom, the tho race for attorney general. He hasn't everything done t beddingit ispleasantrenovated and and comfortmake were accustomed to speak of this as tho in California is Chief Thome, that made tho money necessary to mako a full can- able for guests. The table shall never be surpassland of tho free and tho homo of the a record of 2:20J. He is by Hawthorne, J. 11. OWENS, vass, besides ho prefers that his county-ma- ed by hotelsm thisscction. a sou of Nutwood. brave, and it would soon bo tho homo of Capt. Ed Porter Thompson, shall Two years ago there was not n staltho rich and tho hind of tho slave. It To euro jiiioitsne--s- , lck Ilc.vl.ieho, Constilion in tho United States that stood for not bo handicapped for superintendent was no wonder that tho laboring ami agpation, JlrJarc I 'rorCeirplnipM, tako of public instruction by his candidacy. tho safe or. I ccit.ui rcracJy, ricultural masses of this country had at over $500. Now there aro threo Axtell, A maiden of 1!) has just surprised Allerton and Nutwood whoso fees are lust awakened and tho speculators must tho natives at Connersville, Pa., by giv$1,000 each. take warning. ing birth to quadruplets. When her CRAB ORCHARD. Tills popular rciuodjr sievor fullu to Delegate Hennett, from tho county of father saw the four little creatures and effoctuully euro Greenup, tho man of tho dirty shirt, has Tho partnership of Pettusit Zeller is realized the ruin of his daughter, ho atbeen stirring things up in tho con. con. dissolved and thoo indebted to them, tempted to hang himself, but was dis- Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick rhollio.1IAI.T.S:7.(4011tt!eTleanBtotho 'MlltY AltU Till. 3HIST CONVENIENT. bottle Ho said tho members of tho convention either for drugs or medical services, are covered in time to suvo bis life. Headache, Biliousness eii.itiiiilo lor line, Aeon. pur llottlc. Another blizzard, accompanied by And all diseases arising1 from a Irir nleltiiiT izi "are n Presbytoriuu because their daddy requested to call at Pettus A Heazley's was; or a Homiiu Catholic or a Haptist, and settle, if they wish tosavecosts. lm. snow, rages in southern Europe. Tho Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion. SIZE. or iUiddiI. village of Sebdon, in Algiers, is practicalbecause their daddy was;" that if ho had ST.IOUIS MO. Tut) natural rcnutt 1st cooil uiipvllte J.f.SMITH&CO.U.s.ricMlILEIIiUNS,' Gall on the necks and hocks of horses, ly cut oil from supplies by impassable auil solid HeNh. Done tunull; oleiraiit ".been born in Turkey ho would have W ii'li 'i WH, II' 1L..1H.1 Ijr austr roatetl nail vusy to umillots. been a Mahomet." In this ho is mistak- or other similar; abrasions, should bo drifts, Naples ifi several inches under SOLD EVEEYWHEEE. n en. If ho had been born in Turkey ho washed with caBtile soap and tepid, soft snow nnd many of tho German and ports aro blockaded with ice. would have been just tho same as ho is water, and afterwards with salted cold Elaino Goodale, who is a supervisor when born in Greenup county, Ky. Ho wuter. It will toughen tho skin. Any is a red srrc! and disclaimed any knowledge of tho future indolent sores should bo kept clean with of education at Pino Ridge, charges that In A Jewel Iluckdcn Stallion;roadster, vrviylili, ni 4tli car; a combined aiid might with equal propriety have tho soap and water. If galls do not re- the battle of Wounded Knee was a mas- sire Second Ji'wel, 1st dam I lUie litis 1 !". she Imp. disclaimed any knowledge of tho past or spond to this treatment, apply tannin, sacre of unoHondiug women and chil- by Buckshot,3dhe I'j Gray Iluckden, J dama Bay Eigle. dam Dick mare; bo had at any drug store. E. C.WAI.roN. dren. An irresponsible Indian boy firpresent, judging from his performances which may Manlurd, ky 84. ti ed and the soldiers sent a fearful volley as a constitutional tinker. Ho wanted Tho easiest way to clea-- i rubber shoes fo tax every church in Christendom. It of any kind is to rub them with vaseline. into tho Indians. Tho men wero nil & CO., HOUSE, killed about Hig Crow's tent, but tho is a pity that Delegate Hennott had not They then clean much better and last dead bodies of women and children wero been raised up in a community in which HUSTONVILLE, KY. F. B. RILEY, Propriotof, longer than if they were washed with found in ravines and strewn along tho Are still In the business and ready to do a, any compulsory education was established water. full Kentucky. thing in the Undertaking- line. allWe have Robe, roads for a milo or two from the scene of London, tnrE at Cases and CasVuta of and enforced. True, this would not havo kinds and words in tho English Our hearse, which is am better Thero I has e to put brains in his head, but it might have lauguago tiro two havo all tho vowels tho trouble. The savages themselves prepared movedevermy new Hotel andthe public of every description. on short notice Mr.nearly new can be obtained to accommodate J. II. than which wero never guilty of a morp atrocious Good Livery attached and every convenience Uroen nu cnarge uicur ousinrn anu win snow improved his manners. Tho idea of put straight along: Abstemious and face- our goods to any one ncedinir anything in out G.veme.call. x..,r act. ting churches on a par with banks and tious. iin. New-Yor- k entertainment at the eourt-houx- e railroad corporations in tho matter of taxation is a disgrace to our civilization, w,,() uvjr of lU.carillK n ,livi.I..ti.l ,.vrv six: innntim" Tl. f.wt Is . ,.,.,. ,,;,.:,,,. iin, -' " " aro usually dependent upon tho cold charities of the world for a support and this is realized only to :i limited extent, M mmt (,f tl(J ln,Ili8tcrH of tll 0B0,uiar painfully aware. Tho churches need to be encouraged in every legitimate way, for upon their perpetuity and prosperity depends the safety of the State. ,,,,, ,,.,, .... -- "' .....:,., Two inches of snow fell at Shefield Ala., Friday. Tho Pino Mountain Iron and Coal Co. lost two houses in Old Pinevillo by There are still 23 widow pensioners of tho Revolutionary war, which closed 108 years ago. The carpet mills of tho Dobson Pros, at Philadelphia, burned, entailing a loss ol $1,500,000. Garrard College, hkconi) 'inert M oncers "., Lancaster, Ky. .r.A.N'iTA.rfcv 2o, -- PtipiU who have attended the "Common Schools'' can enter without loss ol time or injunctions. Ad. I en Department!, vantage unsurpassed each under the management .f a specialist. M athemat- A. in. ,. ics. Five I.ani!uai;et. Metat)hvi.i.ilS lencei. l'iano. Violin and Vocal cull, in- - ,... i m. ..- -I An frif lritm 11 O. QOKDON, B. S., President. Lancaster. Kv. I'ur catalogue auurt leoi. "WH A.T "EAYE YOU A. A, 0K5T TO BAT ?" S "MODEL GBOCISxl"2':'f FOR CASH Paid For Hides and Pm ELK1N 90-i- m II. FARMER, T0NS01UAL ARTIST, first-clas- r Stanford, s FOB. EIDITT. Ex-Go- Weekly Gazette, 77-- tf NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. l. 1 Sj-t- t. J. C. ELMORE, 85-- Sub-Tropic- 90-da- mm mi first-class mm, ALL-AROU- For Sale Per-mu- le self-evide- Twenty Building Lots YEAR. WEjGX. borxstg 1 1 il 1 J vtl H book-keepin- g, first-clas- s , n, o--tm WsPi FOR S5LI.1S. 6Mm csa&&r&0GP jll KlSSIKSKfS L.J Hel-gia- ' THE RILEY J. T. SXTTTOlsr I i . ." ;-,. ji-ffisCT3E3- 8a5aBliSMfewwMMwiiiE i mjjwmsSSTIS y ! :! hi. m iv h K'i On Saturday Mr. Aldrich notified move tho Senate that ho would ALL-ROUNto change tho rules of tho Sennte. That D means, of course, the cloture scheme. ,- January 20, 1S91 STANroRD, Ky.By a natural gas explosion in Find-laOhio, Sunday, the Hotel Marvin was wrecked and two servant girls were "W. F We We else every killed. It is thought that two other perwe tia.vc to sons were killed and ninny wounded. alb says: "It is now Tub Courier-Journa- l Gen. Robert K. Leo was born 8t offer. reported from Frankfort that a number years ago yesterday. Tho anniversary We do To believe to goods of members nro considering a proposiwas celebrated at Petersburg, Va., with ti tion to take up the old constitution, a civic nnd military procession, music, from it the slavery clause, put in strike speeches. Ac The speakers pelected a provision for the Becret ballot, provide were Hon. John W. Daniel, of Virginia, simpler methods of revision and submit nnd Hon. W. C. P. Breckinridge, of Kenthat to the people." This is exactly tucky. Both aro orators of fame. A.notiikk firm has entered suit in the what should have been done at first, but Down iu Simpson tho farmers' alli it is too late now for such a proposition lr. S. Court to test tho constitutionality ance voted to expel two of their memWe claiming that tho to be entertained by the great body of of the McKinley bill, they refused to vacate tho duties imposed under it nro excessive ber', but alleged statesmen. Such n constitution been lodge nnd when nn attempt was made to would be adopted almost unanimously and that its enactment was irregular. eject them, thoe who had voted against by the people, which is moro than can The John Shillito Co., at Cincinnati, has their expulsion joined in resisting it and nnd be promised for the concern now being engaged the best lawyers in tho case a general row ensued, in which pistols will have no brought forth in the pains of a perilous they assert that thev were drawn and a bloody riot only nvert-ein showing to tho satisfaction of parturition. The suggestion is, howevby the sheriff nnd josse. er, too complete an acknowledgement of tho court everything they claim. This A pensntion has been roused in It is purely a Paris by failure for the majority of the body to is no political move. the discovery tbnt Gnbriello business transaction, and Goods, entertain, though the more able nnd Goods, Bompard, the convicted accomplice of thoughtful members, such as Col. Ja- furnishes the best of evidence that the Eyraud in the murder of Notary Gotl'e. cobs, Judge Deliaven and others, take tariil is a tax and that imposed by the iH five months advanced in pregnancy. McKinley bill a very onerous one. very kindly to it. The womnn hns been in prison a year And by the way, speaking of tho sugYou You The New York Herald does not ngno und the discovery of her condition is ex gestion, it was virtually made by our with pected to lead to some startling revelathe cry that tho republican party Lancaster correspondent two months or has done nothing. On tho contrary it tions in regard to the conduct of tho more ago. Had it been considered then has done Gloves, soilthree things: It has raised the prison officials. it might have worked. It is too late now price of every necessary of life; it has to By the free coinage law p.issed bv 1c to beat any sense in the average mem- lowered oc. We two the wages of the working class; the Senate a standard silver dollar is to ber's head. bo 412J grains and n gold dollar 26 8 10 it has gagged tho minority iu the House, grains. Hereafter any owner of silsold, we season, In their efforts to pass tho Force bill, and is ready at any moment to perform ver bullion may deposit the same $G we all-roun- d his allies kept the Sen- the same service for the minority iu the Senator Hoar and week be $S, nt any mint of the United States to be ate in session for 30 consecutive hours, Senate. Wo think tho republican party formed into standard silver dollars, or has done a good deal. It has done altobut tho democrats were equal to the bars, for his benefit and without charge. emergency nnd prevented the passage of gether too much. Still, if the people The coinage as to gold is already free. the infamously partisan measure. Sena- like that sort of thing, why, give them Two little children wandered off tor Faulkner, of West Virginia, secured some more. from their homes in Cincinnati Wednesthe lloor and kept it for 12 solid hours, A. Thk Glasgow Times states the case day nnd after three diiys pearch were Main Street, Stanford, Ky, during which he either spoke or read in an eminently correct manner, when found in a vacant house nearly starved against the bill. It was hard to keep a it says: "Keutucky is for Cleveland, to death nnd the little girl, lees than four riilMin In .Milk hiiiI Ctirrti. .quorum on hand, consequently but little and not all the disgruntled politicians in years old, showing unmistakable signs of Cheew ttiat has liecouia rotten often was done, only four of the Hi amend- the State can prevent its going that way, having been ravished. Where on earth, ments to the bill being disposed of. An when the time comes for it to go." It except in that miserable, city, could such caused serums illness, donbthwi duo to , effort was being made at last accounts to was claimed for a while that the selec- a fiend as committed the crime be found? the formation of trimethy lanuireortyro-toxicon- . which are its putrefactive hold a caucus Inst night to force the re- tion of Mr. Watterson as a National comMilk, thnt universal diet of daily An child at Baltimore publican opponents into line, but with mitteeman was an victowaA taken sick Friday nnd a doctor being use, may nlso prodnco in hot weather the indifferent success. The bill cannot be ry, but he has given that tho lie by say- called, administered an emetic, which same poi:ou. Its symptoms are nnuswi, passed, unless the rules aro changed, an ing that Mr. Cleveland is the logical brought the following from tho little suf- vomiting and fever, follomsl by great attempt at which will bo made conclusion of tho situation and express- ferer's stomach: Eighteen pins, four prostration, and it often entww diarrluon Is Receiving His among infants. Herald of Health ing himself favorably to him. needles, eight tacks, seven wads of paSurprises come thick and fast in the Smith colWe has this year an enrollpolitical world of lato and converts to Aftgk two weeks spent in debating per, two wads of muslin, eight china butbuttons, n ment of 051 students ami four Judge Jewell's theory that "politics is the report of tho committee on taxation, tons, n vest button, four Its faculty consists of twenty-nin- Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give him a call. hell" grow apace. Old Granny Blair, ho in tho committee of tho whole, the shoe button, a piece of bark, live pieces teachers, and twenty of thtvu aie of the educational subsidy bill and other whole subject now goes into the conven- of cork, n piece of leather, t piece of women. Six women aro iu charge of foolish schemes to rob the treasury, who tion proper for further discussion, match, n shnnk button, a brass pants the college houK, and three of tho fif but yesterday thought himself cock of amendment and expurgation. In all button, two pieces of chips and u piece utin trustees oi in" institution are womof wrapping cotton. the walk and strutted accordingly, is other bodies the committeu of the whole enMrs. Tncker. of Andover; Kate M Cone, Ph.D.. of nartford, and Anna L now amoug tho slain, and after a few settles the action on a question, but iu The Cutint' of Itittfiintrorlli. Dawes, of IMttfliiold. brief days his remains will be laid to the great and awful assemblage at FrankThe littloHcenefrom the life of tho lat Watch Inspector L. & V R. R dealer in their iinal rest. Tho republican caucus fort it only affords that much more time Countess of Havensworth, who died reMiss Xavier, wlw formerly held the nomiliko a chapter of cently, reads of the New Hampshire legislature tor tho display of oratory. nttY. ..-- ? Tho deceased lady joined ;ho position of instructor in Spanish ut nated Jacob II. Gallinger for U. S. Sena-of Homo in 187D, nnd was an WelleMcy college, has received tho w H J I tni i i The important news, if true, is sent Church tor on the second ballot, giving him 24 lt of sverotary to tho Fnmch nrdent Catholic At Ilavensworth castle more than the necessary majority, while out from New York that Gov. Hill has Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. there is a tower mounted by n windiug and Spanish consulate, being the first old man Blair got only 48. It is no long- consented to accept tho U. S. Senator-shistaircase, und in this tower there is a woman ever put in an oflioial place of and that ho would bo elected at solitary chamber, with concrete floor, this kiud. Miss Xavier will lw able to er an open question whether republiA convey assurances of distinguished cononce. The election is for a successor to without carpet or mat, tho furniture cans like republics aro ungrateful. I Avill take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) solely of n tablo and chair. Here sideration in Spanish, Fruuch, Italian. Mr. Evarts, whose dreary four hours' speech in the Senate was far speech favoring tho Force bill last week every morning, winter nnd summer, German or English. Inoalls' from what it was expected to be an ar- put members, and reporters in a very withont a fire, Lady Ravensworth inade A Boston ladj hai given to Mr. her hour's mental prayer from 7 to 8. raignment of the nlliance movement. On comatose and tired condition. president of tho Axiorican Humana 1 forthesup-por- t and again from C to 7 in tho evening she the contrary, it was a big hi society, tho money to supply every enr Bro. McCakty priuts a biography in was in her turret chamber. The morn- driver in Boston with a, copy of "Bluok of its members and n very disgusting hour was btrictly adhered to. no matof "'crooking the pregnant a lute issuu of the Jessamine Journal, ing exhibition ter how lato the timo overnight to which Beauty." Another lady in New York has done the samo for tho car drivers of hinges of the knee that thrift might fol- which is a very creditable ono indeed. her social duties wero prolonged. CORNER SOMERSET AMD MAIN STREETS. s one of tho principal avenuos there, and low fawning." It is too late, however, It lncks only a cut of his physiognomy Mehsenger. Mrs. William Astor Bupplied all the everlastingly too late, and tho only re- to leave no doubt that it is sort of a drivers and stablo men iu Nowjwrt with Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, history of his own life, which we conSyrups, sult of his speech is to bring tho Honey, Mr. Kruilnl'it Dxnchtor. this book. Kendal, tho daughter of tho EnMiss Salt, into the contempt of even his clude has been far from being a failure. Vinegar, Starch, Candles, I.ard, Flour, Meal. Fran Sophie Halvnnius, nn nblo Gerglish players who have justloft this city, own party. Tho Cincinnati Commercial The Hopkinsvillo Kentuckian bloomed went out a great deal whiloshe was here, man woman of letters, has issued nn apGazette says it would have been far betFARINACEOUS GOODS: peal to her countrywomen to reform many ter for his reputation if it had never been forth into an illustrated double number nnd enteredso young good houses. Her those n.tth-u-imodes of education which Spices, Cheese, a girl was remarkMaccaroni, Flavoring Friday, which demonstrated both the manner for Kxtracts, delivered. ably self possessed and self contained. consider girls simply nn future wives capacity of its ollice and Raisins, I'igs, Citron, Prunes, and houM.'keepors. Their present trainCurrants, Sho mother's Finding that they cannot retain the unlimited resources of its talented tions,had none of hernot "gush"gesticula- ing, she says, leaves Gorman women Parlor and Hall Lamps, Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies and sho did or talk ' as Senator by fair means, it is re- editor. i about the stage as Mrs. Kendal does con- without individuality and with pitifully vjuftiisware anci ii"in ware. low ideals of life. ported that the republicans of tho Kantinually. NEWSY NOTES. sas Sennto threatened to adjourn sineMie On tho contrary sho had quite tho air cfc Mrs. Peel, the wifo of the speaker of A woman of Hiawatha, Kan., hired of a haughty young woman of society, if the alliance members of tho House the Imuso of commons, has just died in republicans. This will pre- a poor woman to wash for her at 15 and in her dress and conversation was England. She is said to havn Wen a vent n joint session of tho legislature for cents an hour, and while the washer- distinctly English. Sho did not seem at very shn-wami clover woman, although all the sort of young woman who would the election of a U. S. Senator and give woman was nt work, turned the clock allow her photograplis on sale, as they not brilliant Sho was hur ImsbandV tho republican governor nn opportunity back nn hour and n half. are, buttho professional beauty cruza of constant companion, nnd tho two jHxiplo The Supremo Court of Pennsylvania to appoint Ingnlls for twg yenra more. London may have hardened her to that lived an unusually harmonious married has summed up tho interstate commerce .IVater In., Beaten at tho polls nnd condemned by 6ort of thing. Now York Evening Sun. life. republicans seem law in n single sentence: "A State can popular sentiment, tho Mrs. Emily PfoifTer, tho English poetAn Aged Wlsconitln Woman. ess, who ilitxl a few months since, has GROCERIES AND to study nothing else but schemes to not by a general law prohibit tho impor tation from another Stato of nn article of Probably few of our citizens aro aware given all her private fortune, with the thwart the will of tho majority. Qlnsswure, Tinwnro, &o. commerce and its sale in tho original that there is living in Erin, seven miles consent and approbation of her husband, southeast of here, a lady who is nearly to various educational nnd charitably Has on hand a'fresh supply of canned goods of every description No matter what is the outcome of the package, but it can regulate the sale." Rev. James Stockbridge, a Methodist 114 years old; yet such is a fact. Katie establishments for women. Tho bequest maccaroni, beans, prunes and in fact senatorial contest in Illinois, Senator everything found in a first-clas- s Bauer, who is now living with her is valued at i'00,000 or 170.000. Farwell uiw bid farewell to every hope. preacher stationed in McCracken coungrocery. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, Joseph Messner, has undisputed The republican caucus nominated "Un- ty, is in jail under an indictment charg- evidence that sho has attained to that Either starched linen collars nnd cuffs raisins, &c, in great variety. Give my Nudavenc, something ncw do Dick" Oglesby, a former Kentuckian, ing him with sodomy. Ho denies his remarkable ago. Sho was born in Ba- nro to bo worn with wool dresses this guilt and has brought suit for $5,000 den, Germany, on tho a trial. of May, winter; crossway pieces of batiste, or by such a majority that convinced the Senator that ho was not in it in any against his supuosed chief accuser, al- 1777. She not only has tlio family rec- something white to. relieve tho unbeeyent. Tho democrats will nominate leging malice as tho ono ground of the ord getting forth tho day nnd year of coming straight band so long iu favor. her birth, but is annod with a certified Gen. Palmer, but as the balance of pow- charge. Tho Maine lumber camps are unusuTho opposition to Don Cameron in copy of her baptism takeii from the ally bright er is held by three alliance men, who with women this year. They church record of hor native parish, Bay they will not vote for him, tho result his own party has nominated A. L. which event took placo nine days subse- aro housekeeH.T8 for their fathers and for U. S. Senator from Pennsylva- quent to her hirthr Both documents husbands, and seem to havo combined is in much doubt. nia and claim that ho will win, support- carry on their faco tho Btanip of antiquito keep obnoxious ohanicters nway. The Somerset Reporter intimates ed as ho is by tho granger element. The ty which vouches for their authenticity Clara Bolle Dadisman, n New York that it will sue the Intkuiok Jouknai. balloting begius and Don is and genuineness. Hartford Press. girl residing in London, is in tho list of and Somerset Republican for slander at mighty apt to come out at the big end of patents applied for by women. Tho arTo Heli th Little Work (llrl. the next Pulaski circuit court. If the the horn. Tho Woman's Alliance of Chicago has ticle Miss Dadisman wauts protected is Nelson county's old tumble-dowsanctimonious sinner is after money, as called tho attention of tho health depart- an improved bunion protector. having been condemned, he evidently is, we will save him the ment to the tact that tho littlo cash girls Miss Lee, of Brooklyn, N. Y., has won trouhlo and expense of a suit by paying the county court has decided to expeud in tho big stores in that city aro overhim all his character is worth, that is if 30,000 on a now one. The oratory of worked and underpaid. It is said that the $1,000 pr.'o offered by Tho Now ho has change for 10 cents. Who do many distinguished men has resounded iu some stores thoy havo to work four- York Herald for tha best American you think you can scare, you lecherous in tho old building and its associations teen hours a day for wages averaging novel. are much moro to bo prized than its real from $2.50 to $3 per week; that they are old lecher? t Gen. Miles bus isued an order to AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER not allowed sufficient timo to rest or eat condition. WAGON their meals; nnd thnt thoy receive no ex- tho soldiers, congratulating thoni on the Dr. T. J. Houkigan, who murdered and Oliver Chilled Plows. I have just received a brand new Tho congressional committee has destock in Marion county in cided that tho salaries of the president, tra pay for extra labor. Tho health termination of tho wnr. his brother-in-laand full line of repairs. Also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, which is has threatened to expose theso mistrials, out on secretaries, etc., of the World's 1688, is, after several Tho republican caucus of members conceded the best one made. Fair are firms unless tho evils complained of are of the South Dakota legislature was un$2,600 bail. From tho reports nt the out of all proportion to their service, one, from $12,000 to $15,000,andsaythatatthe remedied. Exchange. able to agree upon a senatorial canditime tho killing was a ANT date. It has leaked out that Ave mem which apparently deserved the halter, present rates tho large proportion of the Prof. Koch, of Berlin, describes hr8 Heavy and Shell Hardware, Salt, Lime and Cement. but the doctor will never feel it draw appropriation will go into salaries. A lymph n n glycerine extract derived here refused to voto for Moody under to elay and now adjustment all around is demand- from tho pure cultivation of the tubercle any circumstances and a protracted I can furnish you almost anything you need in the now, unless ho continues Hardware or Gro ed. Btrugglo is certain. Judge Lynch fixes him. eery line. bacilli. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal WALTON. Gkohqe Bancroft, the noted statesman and historian, passed to another life Saturday, at tho ripe old ago of SK) years. His history of the United States was tho crowning work of his life, tho during his long existence he distinguished himself in many poets of honor and trust. He was collector of tho port ol Boston, democratic candidato for governor of Massachusetts, secretary of tho navy under Polk, tho founder of tho naval nchool at Annapolis nnd minister to Berlin under President Johnson, securing a treaty while holding tho latter ollice, which of itself was enough to make him famous. to-da- y REDUCTION. y, are busy, while almost is complaining of dull times. one are aiways ousy, simply bemuse at times someining special, Nothing of our present stock must remain on hand next Spring. not in carrying quick' from one season another. accomptisii THIS DESIRED RESULT FORMER PRICES wil! Do have reduced the prices throughout our entire stock. Some things have only borne a slight reduction; others have reduced considerably, while not a few have had their dilli-cult- y d CUT we IN TWO. to Offer cold-bloode- d The Biggest Bargains are in Dry Ha.mbnrgs, Laces, White Overcoats and Boots. Well to See What Have Beore purchasing elsewhere. 500 pairs Ladies' Kid slightly ed, at J5c per pair, worth from. 75c SJ.50. IJamburgs a uard, worth have a lot, a lot of lots, 0 VE1WVATS! or three of a hind several lots, all sizes for men. Storm Coals, Ulsters and, regular cut from Overcoats which have all the for $5 and, start this other goods at and all will sold at reductions at THE LOUISVILLE prod-ducts- STORE t'UHANSKY, Proprietor. anti-Clevela- to-da- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. x-- n e ROBERT FEWZEL, BSUTCKS AND 4 1 hagi-ograph- Hatches, :t .!.( p FINE WATCHES SPECIALTY. con-eistin- g An-gel- l, Fine and Staple Groceries, Golig-uani'- jay-hawk- er l d In-gal- ls r FABiKIS HAHIDXIT, J. W. RAMSEY, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE son-in-la- w Tag-ga- rt J, B. FOSTER, to-da- y n court-hous- e, w cold-bloode- d STAPX.E FABrCTT GROCXHXJGS, A "J'' lF"" JVi '.'W.., & -- rr " 9 Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal 120 Go to Karris it Hnrdin for hominy They can bo cooked in toll-pat- o flnki'H. Utt'8. 15 niln- - n Tiik I'ikevilie girls have entered into solemn compact not to permit young men who drink whisky to visit them. NEW ADVEUTISEMKNTS. The Old Reliable Jeweler jEIl in the Lead. -m' keeper on the Wantkd. A Tiiiiitkkn pounds of granulated sugar Stanford nml Oltenlioiin turnpike. G. - - TP j& H flC'TVN. ' La for$l; Arhtickle's coflee 'Jfl cents per M. Jomvh, Hat moved his- pound. Cash Bargain Store, opposite B.O.WALTON, DUB. MnnQROr A kky found by Mr. Armp Daw- Portman House. Has the largest and son was left ut this odice, where tlio for your property to bo adIxok out owner cnn p;t it. MOST COMPLETE STOCK vertised if you do not settle your tax. I MEANS BUSINESS. To Portman House, - am compelled to wind up my business. A mu lot of Dr. Warner'B health corov Mam street, from Depot street, tall en hl.n. JOU T. 1). Newland, Kx-HL'tH to doHO Otlt till) litiO (it $1 L'Slcll. L. 0. Yoi'u account Is duo nml ready, Ciil S. Jones, Cash HarKnin'Storo. Mim. W. II. Hkhunh received a lett r mid nettle niul oblige A. It. Penny. ever shown in Stanford at prices Armtpuvvrol days ol cloudinebs, it from Mrs. Martha Paxton, who is visit as low as the lowest. cleared oiryenterday and tliu Bnal ser- ing Mrs. A. H. Mollettnt Midway, stating vice protnim'H us more pleasant went her. that another daughter had blessed Can not become healthy food simply dy thi-PERSONAL POINTS. Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, death SWINK KAISHKS owe It to of that worthy pair and that r.lie Gait. Fiiank Hahuih has had the hail been named in honor of her Mar- thtfnclve and tjinut-t- to who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to J. II. Mi 1.1.1:11 tins gone to Atlanta. Miw. William Ukkii was in tatiittville telegraph wires strung to his house and tha Paxton MolIVtt. ADVOCATE send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old an instrument put in, which makes three last week. In swine r.dttn that ill pt'imute the putllc gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicA statkm unt of President It. W. alio lid Left I hei'.th Will Haunuit, of How land, is very ill telegraph oflices in town. ited and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. Hocker's Metropolitan Hank, of Kansas of typhoid fever. Tiik bar elected Col. W.G. Welch to DR. JOSEPH HAAS' City, shows that the day it was two MiKs Isaiiki. Owsi.kv is visiting Miss presidu over a special term of the circuit mouths old, January 12, it had deposits Fox Pennington. court appointed for the settlement of one of $r,000 more than its capital of $7."0, K. K.n()i.iia.n has the pneumoMu. H. and the preparation of several civil suits, 000, a surplus of J5.0O0, undivided profnia and is very ill. which wiim held here Saturday. its of JS,157.80 and loans ami discountMas. Haunkv VanAiwhalh is tjuttn county aggregating $1,0 M.Ms 07. Tiik members of the democratic sick of malarial fever. (Successors to Iliggins & McKinncy) Mifs Zaija Hl'1'I.kv, of lloylu, is vMt committee will bear in mind the call of MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. bMLd.AO'-.Chairman Thomas Richards for a meet' ing Miss Minnie Itupley. Jiwn iem&tAcr'fr.-?- i &G ing on the 'J'Jd to net on his resignation Mil, and Mits Si'kaiis Fisiikii, J. L. I) u n ah oo, a widower of ;U5, wie. f Caand to attend to other biismess. married at St. Helens, Ky., to Poll) sey, are visiting friends in this section. Collins, aged only 12 years nnd time HOG & POULTS'? EEMEDY, Desire to call the attention of the public to the completeness of their Mux. Mattji: (Jiiimiy, of Nashville. Is Tiik Ixmisville Store is in charge of stock in its various branches and most cordially invite an inspection The enly reliable medicine for twine visiting her cousin, Mrs. II. J. Mrltob Mr. Henry Gabriel now, but the propri- mouths. Thero is a groat chance for old maids of it. It is their intention to do business on a "live and let live" erts. etor, Mr. A. Urbansky, will spend as Used Successfully for 14 Years. in the Argentine Republic. There are plan and promise their prices shall always be as low as the lowest. Mum. Mauy W. Hom'ma.v and Horace, as much of his time here as he can about 1G men to woman there and the PIIKVHNTS DISKASK, Besides a general grocery stock they have a splendid' line of fancy of Islington, arrived yesterday to visit spare from the other half doen stores AKKKbTS UISKASi:. unmarried males ate more than anxious relatives. groceries and any delicacy in that line can, and always will be, found STOI'S COUGH, that he owns at various points. to secure wives. Mux. W. It. Dii.t.ios wont up to at their store. Their stock of Hardware and Cutlery is large and DF.SIKOYS WORMS, John H. Millikin, the energetic and HASTKNS MATUKI1V, Kvku since it was put up, Capt. RichSwitch to spend Sunday with her well assorted and the desires of the most fastidious can be suited INCREASES THE FLESH 'hushaud. ards has had charge of the town clock. popular passenger agent of the L. A: N., Mr, V. H. McKinney, of the old firm, is with them and will be glad Micsks Tannic S'iianks and Dollie His departure necessitated a change and is shortly lo marry Miss Bertha Stege, a For tale by to see his old friends and the purchasing public generally. College, of Daughters came Mr. A. It. Penny him been chosen his charming Louisville lady, whose cultiva we sell you the Oliver Chilled Plow and any repairs homo yesterday. MicccNior at fW) a year. Capt. Kichaids ted voice has given her much local JT. cheaper than any house in this section. Look out for our "ad." in Mas. Katun, of I'ine Hill, who came always and rttill contends that the clock fame. STANFORD, KY. next issue. In McDowell county. W. Va., tho d iwn with MInm Maggio Wutah, returned is the In'st time piece he ever handled. I'ricet: 1 pouml cam Ju.50. $ $0, $t. anil wife of Joe Black cuiinplrcd with her v cents pr puckaThe Urgi-s- t are the che.p-eiwith her Friday. Tins ofllce has just disposed of for paramour, John James, to murder lit r Write l&r twtiprmiiaK "Hotolofrv," a Hays returned from Kansas Mil J. C. c City yesterday, the suit against him not a Shipman coal oil engine, which hud husband. Three weeks after the Black pamphlet H twin, will be mailed for a Ump. been the source of gniit nnnoynnce ever woman married James. Neighbors got Orders by mall recHve prompt nttentien. being ready for trial. since its purchase. They are mighty onto the racket ami James has lied. Tl e JOSEPH HAAS. V S., ISJ. T. Chaio has returned from Oineln-tiRtIndianapolis, Intl. V pretty and nice little machines, but our woman has been airehted and has cot where he went to add to the stock experience is they wont tlo to depend fessed. of his Huston villo store. SALE OR The regular steam engine is the More than a yenrngo we nnnouncod, MlMILH A.NNIK AND Kl.l. SlIANKS left on. best after all. and we thought we were speaking bj Friday for an extended visit to friends the card, that Garrard and Lincoln were The Very Desirable Residence ICkady to Answku. Harry Geer, in Kminenci) and Sliolliyyille. Miss Maud Kiim.kv continues tpiite ill T. P. Meals mid Messrs. Cunning-Ii.iiii- , about to be united in the persons of Mr. And acre lot on Danville street I he home is All kinds of CONFECTIONERIES, Nuts and Cakes, pure handand her iitHrriago to Dr. Ilotiriimn, set Frazure, Coovert and Marcum Sim Wortham and Miss Jennie Myers in good repair and contain" 5 rooms Die yard It large and beautiful anj altogether made Candies a specialty. will have to be postpon- went up to Hurbonrvillo yesterday to Tho happy event, however, did not trans for pire, but we aro giving yon straight goods Tho Placo is ono of tho Most ed. answer the charge of shooting Section JnTowm Oait. ilocKim.of the L. ifcN , ltot-- Cummins. They were of the opin now and no mistake, when wo say it Will sell or rent on easy terms is down from Middlesboro with the ion thal'thu case would not bu tried this will come off today. Itev. Geo. Hunt MISS MARV E VARNON, Served in any style. My rooms are elegantly fitted up. tt has remained over to tie the knot and he chills aud he and wife are nt Dr. Hock-- 1 court us the plnintill is quite sick. Stan'ord. Ky. S. MYERS. Main street, Stanford. is going to do hi part of the business. cr's. Tiik Pineville Messenger nays tlist n Here's to 'em and may their jojs be Miw. A. M. Kkla.vh, who has been Mrs. A. J. CiroM and other relatives gootl sized move in buildings and im- great, their troubles very little ones. A C. SINE. J. N MKNF.FEE la Iter In Mreckenndgo county, returned home provements ia on at Mt. Vincent, 'I here came to my pasturfi a few weeks ago a DEATHS' DOINGS. and more affectionately known here as rTidsy. IIHIFFll, which the owner can get by dtscrib Tiik cominitteo has ordered Congress- "McGinty " Nearly two miles of good Mis Annie Tompkins, sister of Miss in paying pasturage and for this IInotice ATI', J. II. Stanford, Ky. report favorably the bill Macadamized streeta have been com- Hettie, who taught school in this secman Wilson to 9Mt a frrinch vein of splendid a pleted and The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. to pension Gen. W. J. Ijtndnuii at tion, died of consumption last week. coking coal lias been opened right along month. SJ5LXJ5. Mr. David Dyer, an ohl nnd res.V N. track. SASH, LUMBER, Mu. W. F. Goooi.n, of Pulaski, who side of the L. pected citizen of Mc Kinney, died Friday My health having fulled to an extent that I am DOORS, will to quit liss been visiting his sisters, Mrs. T. M. Tiik First National Bank tlirectors met night, after a protracted illnesa of liv- determined property public business, IKy , sell pr tatelymy ut Faint Lick, contist Goggin, Saturday and SIOING, Pennington and Miss Amanda the old officers. er trouble. He was an upright man and ing of returned home yesterday, of the Christian The stock of this bank reported in our a devout member Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. ?tM4 Jkn.mk Hi'mikh, of Hloomington, Iat issue as having been sold for JIOA. Church. 111., one of the loveliest of girls, left for Mrs. D. I Stephenson died Sunday (Fifteen acres iu Mue.Urats) a splendid private was obi stock upon which the "0 per dwell ng nnd lot containing about acres with all 2ouisvillo yesterday, alter visiting rela- cent, reduction in stock hat! not been morning of n complication of dlseasta mceKary outbuildings. Also n 5irood buiineis about housi with dwelling attached We carry a full stock of everything found in a tives and friends here sinco Christmas. collected. Twenty shares sold nt 5110 She was the widow of the late David with gkk1 outbuildings Also and entire acre lot my Owu.ky, of Stanford, yesterday, making .'10 that havu changed Stephenson, who died Borne four months Mins Mauoik who has been the guest of Miss Josie hands since Jan. 1 at thnt price. ago. Her remains were laid to rest in Stock of Drugs & Family Groceries rndernood, left Tuesday for Klkton to IltiildiQKs all new and in good order. Two kcoJ the family burying grouud yesterday. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract stock A desirable place welUand Wiiilk going from his engine to the visit the Misses Perkins. Howling Green Mrs. Ellen Harnett, the aged mother to lite and plentyofpoint water for business. Will sell to for building. a good SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. tender, near Mt. Vernon, Friday night, of MfhsrH. G. B. and Itobort Burnett, one party or to dillerentpartiei. Democrat. t ANNIE I.. ADAMS 91 Mu. John A. Haf.dkman, businefs Fireman Hob Martin's foot slipped and died Saturday of a complication of dimanager of the Ixmiavillo Times, who he fell side ways to the ground with terr- seases. She was a most excellent wohad been at Crab Orchard a day or two, ific force, spraining hi left shoulder man and during her long bfe did ninny was hero Friday, accompanied by Col. and badly bruising and cutting his head deeds of kindness that will cause her to As Fet.utot ol the last will and testament of and face. It was a mirnclo that he did bo remembered years after her body has J oil O Noal, dee'd, we will, en John Jluchunau and J. It. Gilkkcrson. Not satisfied witli his largo law prac- not fall In the rnngo of the wheels nnd returned to dust. 27, '91, Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Qlaas.Wall tice, directorship in a bank and plunging that gentleman is very well satisfied with Itev. It. C. Farnham, pastor at Cut- At 10 o'clock, at the old I ewis farm of testator Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, in rtul estate, Mastersou Peyton, Km)., the extent of his injuries. ler, Me., has resigned. Ho saj-- heboanl adjoinmc the farm ol J F. Cash, near Turners , sell at public auction, Lincoln Co., Jewelry and Silverware. of Knoxville, has become a stockholder church, made the videhighest bidder, Ky follow lug described perto the the Amino with a check which pnys his ed himself, swept the i .. ...... . ......... ,1... .... iMtlally, it i... nf iinu i.. a in. in;, ' nwav up in i.S'.'.l, .Mr. J, v . fires nnd rang the bell, but hntl to draw 8 head of nice Feeding Cattle, a Mules, i Work . n paying institution ami like.y, lw-'."e-h Itockawav llore i II rood Itnrte. Extra. rn8,)U.r of t,ieSaxton Nlllion. the line when tho people swore at him, Mure, abiut IS HKS. about 80 Harrels of Corn, to adil further to his growing estate. whittled nnd ate peanuts in meeting, 10 Share al Hank, at St. Joe, Mo., pends iih tho lot of Clover Hay and some Fodder Tho Railroad Watch. IjAKHy Kkkfk, who has been benof Stock in The hmerei Hanking Co , a Shares current statement of that institution, came to church any tune before the Shaie in The First National Hank of Stanford, sick in Lexington, of intermittent fever, 13 3 lluitonville T. I1 R Co, and in the Stanford JrosjtBtfijB, which will interest the stockholders in ediction and laughed out loud during O c cn' 2 Hives ol Ilces, returned to his post on the K. C. Satur- this section: With a capital stock of the services c O Terms For all sums of $10 and under, cash; S.day Hesuys that so soon no the Knights HOO.OfO it has a surplus of $27,500, undiwith crrdit 011 CU oer that amount, 4 i.ionthi and payablenote bank CHURCH AFFAIRin good security, negotiable a c if V. of Pythias found out his condition they vided profits of $2f),3S.r.09 nnd debits and bearing Interest from day of sale. a ... . and ntnounting were untiring in their attentions J r v o o Qr.nrterly meeting will bo held nt J ail 2, 89 s to Jl.oUO.MIt.iX). Its lonns rt o uju a j E ,0 01 td left nothing undone for his comfort. tho Methodist church, beginning Saturl,424,:k'3.K'), foot up nnd discount G. c W. F. Noland Miss Mackiik I.kwis, daughter of Dr. while more rt o w 3 than $."00,000 aro either in day at 11 o'clock. Itev. VI rt T. M. Lewis, returned to Klliott Insti- cash or due from banks. will aspist Bro. Godbey. " tute, KirkBville, Saturday. This young 3 St. Mary's Cathedral, the largest and O p & E " ' Kii.ukd iiy His Own Pibtou -- J. Mack finest church ediflco on the Pacific Coast, A Blue-Gra- ss inuy deserves me greaiesi cruuu. rnu c 2 For Sale. Farm applies Sizer, Harrodsburg, was instantly killed was dedicated in San Francisco Sunday. teaches school awhile and then it . c the money to her own education, which as ho was returning from n neighbor- It has been in course of construction for I offer for sale privately the Henry Hester farm &, u CJ p she hopes to complete tliia session, by hood dance by his 45 Colt'a pistol drop- several years and cost $300,000. of bo acres, nearly all rich bottom land; it acres ' e ,y sown in wheat ; the balance in crass. graduating in Juno. Cm ping from his pocket and exploding the Supreme Court of Georgia baa The o i p o The dwelling has six rooms and lain K00d reU 2 O Hkv. I. S. McKi.uov, who has under- charge, which plowed its way through ruled that n church site and edifice mny 3 pair. There u a new barn, good til, fine orch3 cu was a very popular bo sold to pay the salary of tho pastor, ard and (irst.class fencing on the place. taken to raise $100,000 for tho 'endow- his heart. Mr. Sizer University, preach- society mnn and was here, holding that "in contemplation of law, ment fund of Central lf cash; balance in 11 and 18 Terms s. WELLS, Pn.G. Freflo. Ollc. O. O. BSEESE, Jowolor, ed to Ida old congregation hero Sunday, where ho frequently attended hops. justice is not only tho cardinal law but months. Possession to be given Feb. i, 1891. Apr'T to me or my agent, W A. Tnbble, at lie is still held in the most aflbctionato Dearly did ho pay for the foolish habit the pontifical virtue." Stanford, Kr. remembrance by tho members of the of carrying n pistol and if his death Bhnll death of the late Bishop In the J. K. PEYTON, M. D. K Mian Street, Qpp.Coun-House- , church nnd others, who Imvo sat bo of- deter others from loading themselves widow is severed what thnt disten under tho sound of Ida eloquent down with weapons, it will not be in tinguished man was wont in his lifetime vain. nnd earnest voice. to designate tho invisible butgoldenlink HEIflHHHHMHBHBiai LB:cj.i,-vMu. and Miis. MaxSamnoeii left Sunof infanticide and tho which bound tho university of that A iioiuuiiLK rase OF TUB., day for Louisville, where Mr. Salingei death of tho mother who committed it, name to tho Vanderbilt family. Louiswill go into tho wholesale manufactur- from the efforts of trying to concenl her ville Times. Mrs. McTyeiro was related During their two maternity, has just come to light in Dan- to the Vnndorbilts and through her the ing of clothing. year's stay here they proved excellent ville, saya the Advocate. Last year Miss university got $100,000. citizens and the many friends that thoy DoniMarcum, the attractive IIUSTONVILLE, Kv., Gov. Thiiyer, of Xebnisku, is report-e- d made part with them reluctantly. We daughter of n family that had just movto have roiio cinzy. Tliu losa of otllco wish them great success, financially, ed to that place, gavo birth to an illegit B C9E dK. JB Svoning, Fob. '81, nndn long, peaceful and. happy exis- imate child shortly after her arrival, hurtR the avernpe republican moro thnu Saturday SwmwBSBBBBHBHlBBBHBBRiiKilS At a o'clock. which she killed, as sho told an old wo- can bu imnRinrd. tence. Gov. 1'fttViBOii, a democrat, will bo man, to hide tho fact from hor father. "cTfY ANDVICINiTY. for He Through compassion this old woman Inaugurated in I'ennaylvania In order to close our partnership 17,000 in a State GoToFnrris & Hardin's for mixed kept quietnbout tho matter, but tho wns elected by over CaKtoriit curat Colic, OoiwtipAtlon, business, "CMtorUU so welt Jap',, chuJren that Sour btouwoli, PLarThavi. ErucUtlion, body wna found on Mr. Owsley Evans' that gave Harrison 80,000 majority. pickles. ut- I recommend it as superior to any prescription KlUa Worm, gives ideep, and proiuotesi The jrreat Cambria Iron Company, We will sell to the highest bidder tho above named farm Thuraday and Sheriff Bailey noon II. A. Akciieii, M. D known to roe." property. I WltCout injurious medication. Youn account is ready and must be worked tho crime up. Miea Marctim of Pennsylvania, has issuod ordora for a 111 Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, h, Y, cash; the remainder In 6, of Terms: W. B. Mcltoberts. settled. Cohput, 77 Murray Street, N Tub hereolf died laat September from the ef- reduction of 10 per cent, in tho waea nand 18 months, with interest from day of sale. employ, to take workmen in ita W. D. & J. G. WEATHERFORD, Takk your eggs to Tho Cash Bargain fects of concealing her indiscretion, the 5,000 matter per dozen. Oppo-Bit- e which mado her tho murderer of her effect February 1. What's the Store and got 20 conta Hustonville, Ky. with HcKinley? own offspring. Portman Houao. J. 8. Jonoa. Stanfoiiu, Ky., Janiahy, 1891 I'n-H- . B. F. ROUT '&Jrf3 L(jfeSrd) A. R. Penny -- Watclics and Jewelry DISEASED HOGS pro-ceo- tin-unio- f REFORM 11 :. m - B. K. & W. H. WEAREN, DEALERS IN SR06ER1ES, HARDWARE, mJfzm WBSS1&SS!&' 1 Oil-lion- 's m B. FOSTER, two-ce-nt m m " t. '-5 S. S. MYERS' STORE -- i, FOIl RENT. Kn-gine- Headquarters for All Kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Do-liffkt- Jks-kT- . s FRESH OYSTERS AT ALL HOURS, S vis-Pin- g Estray ITotice. I Stanford LumbeF Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINCS, f0 FQH ai Acres of Good Iaud, 1 WOVEN Wl'BB J&Ett SLAT FEXTCE. FXBST- - CLASS LUMBER 1TAHX. EXECUTORS' SALE! 11 DRUGS and JEWELRY Tuesday, January 8 Ot. .'... t-:- .... siibn-rintio- ,..,,. .....:., 1 IAMFBII WATOi , Best -- 1 A-- 1 1 1 c 11 A Spsoial Bargain. a o o n c n well-know- n One-ha- j W B. MoBOBEBTS, a oo-- tf STANr-QRU- . . FXJBI.XC SAXE Weatherford Hotel, 1-i- , C. -- Jasssjf to-da- Infant and Children. One-thir- d Cs-nti- I co-t- d 1, ,&.UJiMrs' .X i TttySSXESKSSfTSnCztt 3 X ' Ttmmmb.viXtitmyii ajtawug:wwiiiitt' jy. JL V rfffcfl'H fV Sttcceis Itewunls h. llrnvo Olrl Student. C. Late. Apropos of bravo nud sticcessful stuA romantic but tragic ovent occurred girls, an Auburn lady justly thinks In a Candidate for Auditor or the State ol In this city recently. A pino coftln iul dent tutiiect to the will of the Democratic party her classmate nt Wollesloy takes the Every Tuoady and Friday WHICH PAY BEST, SHEEP OR CAT- unshroudctl corpse were all thai was left laid. Published to toll the story of a sad lifo and its end. I Loft to her own resources at tho corly AT TLE? THAT IS THE QUESTION. The victim was John Jemison. Ho lived t of 12 years, uho refnf wl to oat tho Lot on Main Street in Stanford wnat to many wonld Do considered an SVS PKU YiCVli.iy ADVANOK However, without hread of dependence offered by friends, o paid S32.50 will be charged." Profitable, llerfnnd Milk, uneventful lifo. Which Is Mnr When not . acres. Containing knowing it, ho was heir to wealth greater and determined not only to support but or Mntton mid TVoolf lloir 3tueli Coir than to educate hon-olAfter saving all she Tcrmt easy. that attributed to tho fabled Mouto T K WALTON, Stanford. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. find Sheep Take front the Suit and Cristo. He died so tioor in readv cash as could from her earnings at housmvork, Host Mneli Each Gives to 3Inn. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m , returning not to have onough to bury him decently. she went to a nice but inexpensive school 11 5:45 p.m. J. II. Summerhn, a prominent lawyer for girls in Maryland, and was titUsl for Can inntton be moro cheaply produced L. & N. LOCAL TIME CAF1D. of this city, was delving in somo old, Wellesloy there. At Wellesloy sho had I desire to sell my farm ol about 130 acres, situthan beef? As bearing upon this trabject of Stanford Stewart caIIs attention to tho fact that faded and musty letters which had be- a scholarship given to her, and took a ated about il, miles north the old churih on th Mail train gome North 50 a m Inert ltush Urauch pile, opposite 116pm tho sheep is a sonrco of double incotuo South longed to the deceased when he discov- special eoursa of two years. While thero are about 30 acres in wheat nml rye; the balance Express train " South it pm meat and wool, no refers, too, to tho ered tho secret that makes tho heirs of sho earned what money t.hc needed by of the farm well set in timothy Wood dwelling North j it am of four rooms and llulicn and a splendid Hew 6 3jam experiments of Sir Local Freight North J. B. Lawn, in refer Jeimon tho owners of many million dol- doing anything, from sweeping the girls' barn; Is well watered and fHced. i'oiwuion can South. 51JP m rooms to te.vhing. In tho vacation she be civpn Immediately. For particulars, ie J.I'. ence to tho percenkuro of food utilized lars' worth of property. Tho letter in The latter trains also carry past cngers . Stanford, or write the nndersicned at heljwd clean house. E WITHERS. The above ii calculated on ttandard time Solar or stored up by different animals, and question was written in 1830 by ono of Next she entered Boston university to Cincinnati, Ohio. ' tll heroes of tho Texas struggle. Ho ' theso experiments presented tho sheep in time i about 10 minutes falter a verv favorable licht. Of the drv food w9 a dipt. Jemison in tho service of study medicine, paying her expeii-Mam ir temeve ny lbr' er Miop to the ( om mrtilal Hotel lam ( r' tared to a mnvulate la consumed ho found that tho sheep stored wen. aim Houston wneu iexas was a there by teaching in the evening schools dies as well at Kentlemell in anything lliey may In this epistle, which was of Bcwrnn, by doing microscopic work, up increased weight 12 per cent., whilo republic P. W OttEEN. Proprietor wish in my line. Clnldien also waited on tall r THOMPSON, cattle only laid np in increased weight 8 written to a relative in Chicago, ho says etc. Her next move was a Kuropeun nine InC ummenial II "id that lie will not bo ablo to return to tho trip, with a view to study in Paris and per cent; that is, 8 pounds of dry food I h.le recentlv well known at loved ones at his homo, but that ho ex Vienna. To defray this expense she Hotel and intendtaken charge at this pretent increase! the live weight of cattle. kerpinx it Its hih Croyaliivm J pects to meet tho very fato that did De hired money. On her return she had tamlard Spinal attention i: cii to the traveling bo that, relying upon these, expert fal1 ,liui when bomo timo after ho fell the country before her, and chose to lo- puhlK ments, sheep must bo considered as ox tlie til'ld, his heart piorced by a shot cate in Lim Angeles. Si moo then she has First-Clas- s cellent utilizers of food, as producing as twid off all debts, and is now receiving a - tmnnils of mutton, besides Um from tho foe. mamTho man who died hero recently was largo uicouio from her practice in that In connection Also wool, from a given quantity of lootl, as as can be produced of beef; and, as the his descendant in a direct line, and of city. Lowiston Journal. Pool and Billiard best mutton brings as high a price as Ins identity there is not a doubt. The Sitting Hull KIk.p.I Hit. I M RK1I), Clerk tho beef, it wonld appear on this basis soldier who was his ancestor had projH Regard for my ex should, I suppose, 73 tt the sheep wonld giTO tho fleece as extra t'rty in three different states. Theo profit ovor cattle. If this is not too holdings wero of comparatively trifling induce me to refrain from recording tho fact, but it is true that I saw a New favorable a view, tho sheep on suitable value, and Capt. Jemison was considerCo. & lands must bo considered among tho ed a j)oor mau when ho died. Some of York belle in the throng around Sitting KV . OP STANFORD. most profitable of farm stock. It is true this hind was located in tho vory heart Bull. who. not content with the autograph, aspired to bear away some more Is now fully reamie.l aNd ready fur business with tho dairy cow brings her profitablo flow of Chicago A power of attorney has been received novel memento, and mincing up to him of milk to offset that of wool, but the Twenty miles the shortest Ij $200,000. dairy cow does not lay on flesh whilo by tho lawyer who made the discovery, whispered something in his oar. Tho Paid up Capital of old chief grinned and shook his head, producing milk as does tho sheep whilo nml hns bo filed w" tho cllrk f . - - 15,000. Making from her Surplus, court lioro as a preliminary step then something heavy jxisi-edirect conuct lions in Central V nlon de P A cream of tarter baking powder Highest of producing wooL pot for In leavening strength. U. S. Government Reall fleoeo of five nonnrls of wool crown toward tho recovery of somo valuable hand to his, and with another grin to SUCCKSSOlt tiiTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL A "'-:.port Aug 17, 1889 M. i.euis, .Munigan I'oints, niicagn, . ZZiZ uauy "a .. property located in this city, Sinco tho the crowd tho grimy, dirty, smoke : . '. UANK OK STANFORD. Cleveland. Detroit, Ilulfalo, iu it jvnr iviiuuvn uuijr a grv" ill Indianapolis and the West, h of an onnco, which can take death of Capt. Jemison tho property that scented old heathen bent his head down of New Kngland, A. S. Canada, Dr. with bnt a small portion of food to produce. was his has increased in value to such and kised her. Doubtless that pjioci (Now cloning up) same the same assets and under management the SURGEON DENTIST. lly provisions of us chatter, dtpositon are at Now The mineral matter taken from tho soil an extent that today tho portion of it men of dainty young womanhood Ixxists llaltimore, dcpcsltnr Phiiadeliihla, McRoberts' by. tho fleece is only l.G ounces per year, located in Chicago alono is estimated to today of tho salute given her by Sitting fully protected as ate being held iH National Washington,time in llair'dshur, I rankfort, Ky Office ?on Mam street. oier W. individually Ouivkeit Hanks, its shareholders Drug Store, Stanford. Richmond, VIRGINIA Mhorfst and and if six half rnntton sheep represent a be worth f 10.000.000, whilo tho balance Bull, tho famous warrior, tho grand old liahle to the eatcut at the muiit of their stack , (Joiikett line to value thrrttn cow tho whole mineral constitnonta is as much more. San Antonio (Tex.) chieftain of tho great Sioux tribe, Den- amount at the par In suih sharps In addition to the It may act as invested ver Republican. D. D. S. taken by tho six fleeces would only bo Cor. Chicago Tribune, administratur, trustee, Ac, as fully as R. C. MORGAN, eiftiitot. aniwdividual 0.6 ounces and about 1.9 pounds of nitroSolid Trains, haiccagt cars, smnkini; cars and . KngllAh Women Following. To those wlio entrusted their huisiness to us A Wild Muck In n DENTIST. gen, whilo the ordinary cow yielding while mnagitiK the Lincoln National Hank el coaihes, Pullmaii IKuduir Slreneis through with Some members of D. M. Carithers' There is a horror of nt biters nnd over- Stanford, we i here tenderour mauv thanks l out ihange via hattan cga, Ilirmingham, Mend Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, 4,000 pounds of milk wonld take 20 Ian making direct iohh mn rn route far Kno. they will continue to transact their bwnm-sup stairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless pounds of mineral matter or ash aud 25 family heard a crashing of glass in tho coats felt nnd expressed by most Knglish trust us, uttering at a guarantee for piorapl attenville, Athcville, l.jn. hturg and pointt in the with conservatory in tho rear of rho hand- people, and ridiculed particularly iu the tion t same, our twenty years eiferience In of nitrogen, or 43 times as ranch mineral """"""STANFORD. KENTUCKY. bankiRg andas HbcralaccsHumedatMns at ate conCAlM-JlVAHr- , matter and IS times as much nitrogen as some residence on B street in tho heart goloshes of "The Private soumV banking of Santa Rosa, Oil. Will Carithers, on "Tho feet feel stalled in them," your En- sistent with tho fleecea of the sheep. Montana Livo At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming HIMKl lOMi DR. Y. B. investigation, found a wild spike buck glish friends will tell you, and they wear tan, Charleston, Auguita, Matoa. Savannah, Stock Journal. J J WiHtams, Ml Vernon; iinsniwics, i.tic City. among the flowers. Tho animal was their own heavy boots for walking, iu J. M Hail, Staulnrd; DA IXMRIS a rrintrr rienhoaae. d trembling in overy muscle, nnd thero scorn of tho thinner American looUt 1 he only line running solid trains with choice J. S. Owsley, Stanford; Pullman llatadoir or Paiare SlreMnf Cart to Ja k A correapondent of Tho Rural New were bleeding wounds on tho neck, by rublers. But of late our S J. Kmbry, Stanford; Office South side Mam street, in office recently sanville without change ler any class of passen vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Yorker gives tho following illustration caused by the broken glas3 through cousins over tho sea. having heard so J. K. I.ynn, Stanford; gersnr paggage Selma and lonigtMtiery, lluntsvilu, Decatur, A. W. Carpenter, MlliVdgeville; and description of a cheap winter hen which ho had jnmped on entering tho much praise of tho small foot, well vhod, B. F. ATWOOD FUrenre. Memphit and AIUA.1VA1 pointt J. J. ALLEN J. K. Itaut;hman, Husmnville; house with which ho has had excellent conservatory. Tho whole family came of tho American girls who flock to LouShoil-- t and qui. kesl to Anniston, Selma. Mo J F. Cash, Stanford ; bile Unrct connections made tt NKW success: out to see the remarkable sight of a wild don, have been taking kindly to rubber ATWOOD, without omnibus transfer for Oajveitoo William Oooch, Stanford. Ky Almost any kind of a houso will do deer in a conservatory filled with rare and leather holtw. These are praised m Houston, Austin. S. II. bhanks. President hens giving "a sense of exhilaration in widk-inRSEL ESTJ1TE EGEETS. forlarge, in warm weather, if they run flowers. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. J II. Owsley, Cashier ... . - I. and a great provontivoof fatigue." and tho houso is kept clean and at Whilo somo ono was thinking about i lie ufiif iiiiuiiKn muc ii. jii I on my t tnurg. W. M llnght, Teller Miss . Shrevep. rt I a , making dlirtt otn e lions J o hn s o n City, Tenn. getting a gun, tho small boys iu tho next Boston Transcript, J II llaughinan. Oeneral Hook Keeper without onimtus transfer (nr Dallas f rtW'oiih, yard climbed the fenco and frightened JAS. G. GIVENS. WM.AVRES. ana H.inuiu Austin aan Anionia, r tho deer, which made its oxit from tho The Finest on Earth. TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. The Cincinnati, Hamilton .V Itayton R K is other side of tho conservatory, smashing & GIVENS, Safety runninc Pullman's another largo glass. Tho animal dashed the only lineTrains, with Chair. PerfectedSleeping I'or through rales rairreit county mans and lull Parlor. Vestihuled Attorneys at Law, mlntMiliuj. . !! ith ..,...-- . lti.,j lion Liit. Kr mw.., .'.. Aii.hI at .......-...- . past tho excited jieoplo from tho houso nnd Dining Car servite between Cim.innati, InNcwjmrt News ,V Mississipj Valley Co., ' K. D. ' or address IKANK W WttOI I V Chicago into the street, clearing tho high fence dianapolis and Reclimnc and is thr onlyt line C c Solid VestibuleHi Trains to 1 liroiiieh Irav Pass Al'I , I.esington K 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. be ten Chair Cars I) (S KDWARDS, C C. HARVKV in a graceful leap. It then dashed down nnati, Keukiik and Springfield, III. andSlcepini; Philadelphia O l.,VT A., Shreie Iiuilding. through ono of tho main reaidonco streets, Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the ClnclLnali, O r Baltimore, Now York, Only Direct Lino and was finally killed by a crowd of Between Lima, FRANK MAHIMON. JAS.G. GIVENS. boys near the slaughter house on tho troit, the Cincinnati, Oayton Canada. Toledo, De- All imbU Kait and Southeast Lake Regions and Only one ni;lit out Irons 1 he road is .ne of the oldest the State ol 0 outskirts of tho city. Tho animal is Ohioand the only line entering Cincinnati over JJ GIVERS & EERWQE. Corrected Tune Card in Effect Nov i, to have been chased in from Hood miles nl double track, ami from us past record can mountain, several miles east, by hounds. more than assure its patrons speed, csntfort and REAL ESTATE, Fast Mlt .TT1P GllAHB ratl.Maill Accom ' When dressed it woighed 120 pounds. safety. on sale everywhere, and see that they Rspress. Daily STATIONS Tickets - F. Sun. Daily Dail Tho Shortost and Qulclconl Routo from Tho damage to tho conservatory flowers read C , II .t O , cither in or out of Cincinnati, Contral Kentucky to all points North, OROCND rLAN. was between .fiO and $100. Cor. San Indianapolis or Toledo.O McCORMICK, Lvc St'anftrd. .'.'.. ... 11 f n'n j 17 am;n jenn Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber Lands bought K. 6 it ws 11 40 am ?ii " I.ennztan. Bant, West and Bouth-WooFnrtt or sold on Commission. Correspondence ' General Passenger and Ticket Agent. freo from lioe; but in tho winter at the Francisco Chronicle. 7 o pm 11 4) pm ft 46 pm " Winchester r Lino botwoon Ioxlntfton and Cincinsolicited. " K. U. Junctiswi north hens must have a warm houso to nati. ' Mt. Sterling as pn 7 4Ps 7 y pm Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve Indian Cuimlnc. yield eggs, tho Leghorns and ' .pm 1 4J ho ' Marehrad The best salve for SCHKDULK IN KFFKCTNOV C. II. Russell, nu old resident of Ari- - tores, ultfrs salt in the world tares,cuts, bruises,' ' Olive Hill similar breeds. Many farmers who io. rheum, fever letter, chapi M pn, a m am " Ashland. '10 tj pra 5 15 P I 15 am all skin No. 2. have no comfortable places for fowls in zona, speaking of tho trouble among the pea hands, chilblains, corns ana no pay erup No. No r, " Catlettiburg. . in 4 pm i S pm I J am 1 hac finished my new Saw Mill on the Somepotitivelv cures piles, or tiont and requir winter can have something like that Indians, asserted that in his opinion tho cd. It is guaranteed to Kivo perfect satisfaction, " Huntington.. ...'n Of pm rset pike, 7 miles Irnm Stanford nnd am prepared K Dally E x sUn Sun. i Pm j 10 am to furnish any kind of LUMBER, SHINGLES,1 shown in tho picture, and by a trifling most intelligent nnd nt tho snmo timo or money refunded Price 15 cents per boa. p n I i 1 mi I tn p in' 1 Lve Cincinnati I will sell the lum- Ac, at LOWEST TRICKS. WEST HOUND tho most cuuning of tho western sav Kor sale by A R. Peanr, Mantord, Ky. I.ve Covington... 8 18 1 m I ol p m axipm berat tne mill or aeuver, to suit purcnasers. uive outlay Becuro eggs during tho winter. Tho g 48 a ml g 16 p m 3 5" P rn Lve Kalmoulh.... me a trial. I'.stoffi .MAYWO'JD, KY. sides, where thero is no hay, are lined aS ant the San Carlos Apaches. To A Stifo InvoBtmont ii iS a m 10 i p m S '6 P ra10 pin 6 so tm J on pm Air Pans Lve. Iluntiticton. . A.B.I1ASTIN up with boards, and tho space id filled mem. uccoruuig to .ur. iiusoii, is title pro ta 10 p m 10 p m ac, am Catlettsburg.. chi satis is guaranteed to bring 36 pm Arr Ietington ' Is one whiih 3 i pm 6 11 17 a mjTTiL.... 17 1 m Lve Paris iviva nawuosu wno nuranwigo 01 sneu a tho invention of tho centre firo cartridge, factory results, or in crse nf failure, a return of " Ashland 40 pm t jo am j 40 pm this safe 6 15 (, m am Arr Winchester. it 10 p m a jt pm 1 47 am Hill. purchase price honso or room is tliat on warm days "During the outbreak some eight or your from our adveitisedOn druggist a plan you can M Olive Sterling bottle ol Dr. 6 as am Arr Richmond. buy Mt 4 a; pm 10 5$ am 15 P m hens can bo allowed to run and scratch nine years ago," ho continued, "their King's New Discovery for Consumption. It is p m '. WineheMer.. o; pm ii 45 arn 7 IS am ' Air Lancaster- 5 .. j n pm I iu am Arr htanferd. -- -. pm ij arms wero all Winchester rifles of the guaranteed to brlnjf relicfin every case when Arr LesiBgiirfi $ j 5 4S P m .. on tho feed floor. used for any affection nf the throat, lungs or chest, p m Lve Richmond J 10 . I often seo directions for building a rim fire pattern, nnd they soon exhnnst-e- d such as consumption, inflammation of the lungs, ..' Limited "Vestibuled Kipress runs dally and I aa Atr Livington im inn their supply of cartndges. They had bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough croup, etc , Pullman Veitibuled lluffet Sleepers between Lou- Arr llerea shed attached to a hen houso under S '" P m , It pleasant and at,'mble to the last", per. which tho hens may go in mild weather, plenty of powder, bullets nnd percussion etc safeis and tan always be relied upon Trial isville, Lexington, Washington, N" Vorli and fctly TUB GltE.VT HODSETIOLD ItEXIEDY POIl Ne. 5. No. 1. Old Point Comfort 1 hit train is made patt ef the No"3i in tho north tho snow would blow caps, but they wore not available for bottles free at A. R Penny's drug store but celebrated into such a shed unless it was closed breechloading guns. Tho cunning rasl.ve Livingston.. 8 i 1 m V. Morlt WIdb. 6 o with somo kind of doors. Hens delight cals had saved their brass shells, and, Wede-irLve llerea. 10 15 a in a S say to our citizens that for years wo East of Huntington on the C. A O Route to scratch in the chaff and hayseeds with surprising ingenuity, they altered have been alluif Dr Kind's New Discovery for Arr Richmond. n 45 a in SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, o Fast Mail rains run daily eicept Sunday bewhich collect on the bam floor. They tho hammers of their guns, drilled holes Consumption, Dr King's New Life Pills tween Lexington and Huntington. Make direct Lve Stanford .. .. 7 00 am aJa 5 I' SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &C. Arnica Salve and Klectric Hitters, and haw connection at Huntington with C IO., at Ath Lvc Lancaster ... 7 Jo a in through tho center of tho shells for tho sell as well or R Atr Richmond. .. 10 it a S. handled at Winchester with K PRICE DO CENTS. caps, loaded them nnd used them dur- ncier given suchremedies thatsatisfaction. We the land wuli and V. R ; bound, and at I.eintonC.with Lve Richmond... t 05 p in 6 universal do R north have south in le a ml P. Railroads. Send three) ing tho rest of tho war. It was discov- not hesitate to guarenlee them overy umoanil wc I. A .V , L. S and C , N. O. stamps for frea s&mnlo Arr Winchester. 14 P rn 71c am. box and book. Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily Arr Pans stand ready to refund the purchase price if satisrn 7 48 a m . JJ P ered when they wero captured. They factory reiults do not follow their use. These Connects at Winchester to and from K C paints u p m 7 00 a in J 45 P m 1 Itelievo, tho hrst of tho kind remedies haie won their great popularity nurelv anil at 1. h K K lor UuUvi.le, were, with in ft',:"',1 m P m 7 For full information in regard to rat es, ruiurs, , their merits A. R Penny, Druggist i p m Hey use." San Francisco Cnll. 11 r.i....i. 4 45 p m 9 51 a m 5 v. p m 18 a Ax , apply to any agent of this orconiiectiDg lines Co,lnBton" Aff 5 40 p m 10 44 am o J7 P m or to .1. A. Harville has been appointed S jo p m 10 jo am 641pm Arr uincinnau S F II.MoRSK, II. K.Hl'NTINc;roN, Tho Wreck of tlio Currlck. r V P and O M , ( at Add, Rockcastle county. P A . On theMaysville Hranch, No An interesting discovery has just boon Ciucinnati, Ohio 9 leaves Paris at 37, p m, arriving at ABSOLUTELY PURE,v G. W. IIARNh, Ii55' am and No. n, at made at the old Cinquo Port of SandWS HARRISON, Mtlos' Norvo nnd Llvor Pills .. . a m, am " J w. ",, (j M , I.exingtjll,Ky T P A , Ashland, Ky ""7"'", as, n k. . iq " the liver, wich. The river Stonr has lately entered Acton a new J aoam, arriving at FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH1 at the nerics. bowel, 7 ,J ,eav .laytville at so and ' ' an old channel near its confluence with stomach andDr. Mil'sthrough speedily cure A new discovery biliousPills arrives at Paris at 4 io,p m. These trains art AND NURSERY PURPOSES. 'SI dally except Sunday. Peuwell hay, and has laid bare a wreck ness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, onstipatlnn TAR-0INo t.n(xualcd runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati women, children Smallest, CO.,, Chicago, which has probably occupied that posi- mildest, fjr men,doses cents. Samples free No 43 leaves Lexington 10 00 am; arrives Paris so 15 tion for soveral centuries. The vessel is at A. II surest Penny's, Stanford , 104s am; except Sunday For sale by A R. Penny nnd M, L. Bourne, No 8 loaves Cincinnati j ic pm; arrives one of foreign build, and the wood is iu KatmouUi Stanford. All Important .Mutter. wi pi , .xii-iounuay. a fair state of preservation, having been No. 7 leaves Falmouth 600 am? irriv.. Cincin- Dr.igl-i- i ciorywhrrro(tin h it the siles ol ..... . t .. .....r.M. u liorvo food nml imbedded in tho band. Attempts havo tliu Koitnr ititu Train runs CONSUMPTION between Notes No. and dally, except Sunday, been made from timo to time to cut tnodicuio Ii iro iintmii-lii- n i ;vos xu'illiis nnr thing; Lexington Cincinnati. unlturMil s;illif ic they ovor uj, while it Sunday only, making all local stops No m runs CROSS SECTION. down tho wreck, but tho hull is as yet lion In lion ache nrrvwiism-i-sleoplosincss No a runs SCROFULA daily betweer Cincinnati and Lexington y iiacUncliu, pour inuiiinrv. till Hoxunl do! eat many seeds which might otherwise pretty nearly intact. It is believed that ilizxlness. BRONCHITIS HaMnlfv;11" Ni0, 6 "";' mM Accommo- On.. Tioy N Y L. get into tho manure and make trouble tho remains are thoso of tho Papal vessel AmlKiry & M irpiiv. of II m Cr'l, licn , O EMULSION COUGHS o":?h&low5Tn,,.rr, " P". lud for the farmer. Ono great advantage in Caryko or Carrie!., which sank at this 11. Woodwi or ,t l'o .t nl I'irt Wayne,nuvur ni d COLDS iM,Nv.f '.",Tr.,"n.No lum hundreds "''r.alrnoulh Accommoda nti i' ih.it liny keeping hens is that if rightly managed spot in tho reign of Henry VIII. Lon- rtlril ativ " nC 4"' St- - l,tput " th btlow CURES uliali Mild M rupiilly or Wasting Liooases John st' 7 i Tri.il b.tllof. of tills (,'niu such s thero will seldom bo a timo when a flock don Standard. 6 make connections Nos. 3 aud stro it invil'cin u nl lHHk ii Nirvntis DKunscs. at points on the N will not bo making some addition to tho frt) l' nt A K 1' tin)'' and Wondorful Flosh Producer. torIMPORTANT. -- N A M. V Ityline Winrhestei An On KIIU n Iog. ' iccoriRK-mlyear I sold fanner's income. now arrive Mnny havo gained ono pound a and depart from Trains ol this the Central Union Passenger is the Oct. 1, 1688, to Oct.Last1889, ninety-thre- from In a Main street window in Pawtuckot '1'lie Wouclurfiil Tnivur, 1, mk.lnK per day by its uho. Tho hlRtio-- i tritrlu' in Ih'l wor.tl Is Klffnl points North, hast ant! W est connections for all dollars' worth of egis and chickens from there is a fine specimen of tho cat owl, toot high. Towr, nt Hut theuroat Scott's Emulsion is not n Bocrot oFor full particulars address any agent ol the Co; fifty-si- x hens, besides using all we needed alive and apparently ugly. It was caught disooiary I'urn l.ms) nl Or Krnnklln Milus in rortniu to remedy. It contains! tho stimulatpmmotliiK liumiiu in the family and having over 100 fowls above the Diamond Hill reservoir in towur fur iilo-iW.L MUNSOKT, Pais. Agt.. Cincinnati. mul I10.1l h. Tills uniiiiniful norvo S. t. II. MORSK, Gen'l ass'g'r Agt.. rather a curious mannor. Ono of tho ing properties of tho Kypdphos-- E on hand on Oct. 1, 1880. , euros lltt, tiuilils up oornitut hj.. residents in that vicinity was in tho pasnii. tii'iiilirhe. iiorvous piiistratlun, alzzl Norwegian Cod H. K. HUNTINGTON, Vlce-Ibites nnd puro "and Gen'I inonihty pnliii, sexuul miss, klceplfSHtit-4Onco more permit us to remark: woods with his dog, a Qordon setter, truublu.1, .lanager. iver Oil, tho potency of both oti. Mrs John It .Mlllor, of ValpaOFFICES: Keep clean, dry sheds for your hogs to when tho owl attacked tho dog, catching raiso, ml , J o. TMilur or l.iirMiipirl being largely incrousod. It is used n,i?I?r?i .KNKRAL "'W"'ir. Cincinnati, O in,m,"r,?' Intl eaiiion. " p.uH.lf. a month hi!o tukuiK retire to when the rain and snow trans- it by the throat. Tho owl succeeded in it, ,I'uieiv i'Iii ..r ill it iroio.o(ii imrvous Jaily train service on Sundays ovor tho world. by Physicians all between Cincinnati and Lexington. form their stamping grounds into killing the dog, but its beak or talons nit H..inp, miIJi of tliu HeilorMtlio wero caught in the dog's hair and its Ncivint. trcu at .. K. I'iiiihv's lio nuniantuoj PALATABLE AS MILK. swamps that threaten to choke them It. when Sold by tll Driifiyhta. by the Lexington with mud, and corners tho icy blasts capture was easy. Providence Journal. whistle around and penotrato BCOTT A. BOWNE, Chmlsts,N.Y. n This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen for Clock. Mr. and Mills Co., Lexing- even a hog's thick hido. Ilogs that havo Georgo Chllila' others not to trespass on our lands without ner. W. Childs, tho journalist, has mission, as all such will be prosecuted t the full. comfortable quarters do not reqnire so est extent of tho law. Signed; sale by all much food. tho largest collection of clocks in the When Daby was sick, vro garo her Castoria. ton, Ky. W, GAINFS, world. His friends Bay he is perfectly J. II. McKlNNKV. first-cla- ss Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN. Grocers. Tho thoroughbred Bolero, wild on the subject of clocks. During Wheu sho was a Child, alio cried for Castoria. tet and NERVOUS mANnoort Mrs ALICE TUCKER. ' 'ins itaV At."' qsntrtl DEBlllTYi became Miss, sho clung to recently bought by Philip Dwycr for C HALL. WlalrnMi nt TlnAw ana over W. A. HAM ITnv fail to Cream $33,000, brought tho second highest prico Inst year he added entire400 to the collec- When she bad ChiHren. sbo gave thornCastoria. Mli4il1 JJof ErroraorExeessBaln Mi.J V.n... TIIOS RKVNOLDS. Olrtn MC i S IMIII I IP Castoria. number in his When sho tion, making the u.bui, a.bu aaaiionii rati Hnur.4. 11. 1. ,.iIr., r.Ji M"" ALICE J HAUGHMAN. ever paid for a racing horse at auction in: collection something like 2,000, which Bir.Mitnia,iiaDavu)rniiRinsfanToi Auur. t M.'sf.SSfe good you f. 11 COOPKU ib.clal.l r urtiiut nuaa iulatbkxt-h.u- Iii i d,r. W A COFFKV a UaU If America, Tho horse King Thomas vnu are kept going in a room specially built Mrs. M A MART-VIO Malts u I trtlf f vialrlrt. (Trlt. Ih.a. D.?rlEll. Bmi, einUaslloa s.d prvtt wllN"tltilirrM. ' ROIIBIIT HARNETT Cook. cold for $88,000, j. ilKUcF ' for their reception. St. Louis Republic, r.r arii aEuiuii. uuM BUFFALO. N.Y. W. P. (IKIMES. Semi-Week- ly Interior Joornrl LIVESTOGK COLUMN. IHclins Tliitt Camo Ton RICHARD WARREN Kcn-uck- 'f?''Yl y. FOB SAXJE 1 -- f. Farm For SJL. - I 1 1 ! I I aOYAl ttnrERs house, 1 1 -- Jr-S- IlFFtisCRFSfFIlT H ii f Sample Room Parlors. Farmers BanM Trust -- I POWDER i. HI Absolutely Puro c"'ty tl I PRICE, 11, one-fift- J York, Iloston, there-ot- NEW (IDMILEANS, Consoi-valory- aB-s C PENNY, Dentist. jiro-tecte- ALLEN & . g J 1-- ..!!... W I J . 1 AYRES OLD ZT. ROUTE! 11 ro run-tin- in-- Washington, iot-y- sui-pos- 111 rriKeniucky CentraliUL i j Plncvillc, Kentucky. ioi-y- iioirrK." t. 1 ITB'W SAW MILL. ; i. I f . j 4 South-Houn- t I . 43-- "y I 1 1 11 1 . 4 TAR 01 D two-oc- 1 . 7'l .1 4 . North-llavn- d F. F. ...., et ' 1 lluck-lull'- s j - A--1 1 I I . 1 1 4 TAROIDSOAP D j . post-maste- lli 1 I principle-regulati- ng i'"" 1 I"", i m am .1- - P-- ni 1 2 WHAT 1 1 1 . SCOTT'S Ilif-in- n i 11 . s """ 1110 la-nt- ! i.N'iit-tioi- s The BEST FLOUR 1 o -- CREAM For t lisppl-iion- s ntedi-cin- o in-.- FLOUR 4 I .111 made Roller POSTED. I'lis-lo- FOR MEN ONLY! 11 use Don't want Flour if Bread and a happy H..-A.- j VMM 1 17 w 3TJiiT A.l . '; v"tAtvfi : ' m i.mmmmtftn