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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891012701 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. iv Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. LANCASTER GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY 27. 1891. NO. 95 ' """ .. Mm. S. T. Limvol, an excellent cliriH-tln- n lmly, died Satunluy, of pneumonia, nned-10- . Her husband mid one hou mir linen nnd upadetnil coatH, moving round vivo her. in diKnifled Pilence, thinking chiefly of diHponed of tho tips they are anxioun to receive. Hut Professor Kitzsimmous Professor Dempwey nt Now Orleaim n CrentcM. of all, what in he to think when When standing before the iiuuiist clerk, whowe in 1'J roundH. fow days tfui-profeasor ineutH proftwuor look out for diamond pin HtnmlH out like the head-lijfof a locomotive, in hold relief upon l)loody nom'8. And now Dr. Timncr linn u IKltluyn' tout. a hhirt front of iiiHtchlcHS purity, Mnn-ni- r ohnlleiiHed Kneel to tho lioncnt, thouuli homely, memWhen fool ineeta fool, look out for empber from the county of Whanploodlo! ty Htoiimelm. May tho lioncnt, intlitMrioim, prudent, It Ifl Haiti thntn calculation Iihh heuit temperatoaud old legislainaduHhowinK thnt thu Slate of Texas tor he kept from temptation jh our praynlonu eould accoipmodato tlioontirt) pop- er. Tho moralHof the law uiakera would ulation of the j:lohe, iwli'iuntiiiK it t !, bo rendered more hecure, the work per500,000,000 eison and then have a pop- formed in Ichh time and the laws ennrt-e- d ulation of only 7 or s to the nero. Ah with greater reference to tho public the people of the "Lone Star Statu" good, if the were loeatctl in Home seem to ho netting alonn very well raiH-iii- country vilUpe, where there vww only cotton, corn, eattlo and HWeet pota-toer- room enough to shelter and lodo the they tm not likely to denire a prac- meiuherH. tical tent of thcqueHtiun of the location GRAB ORCHARD. of the entire population of the world territory. upon their Tho Htorm party at MIhs Hannah McCliiru'H wnHim enjoyable allair. "Remove temptation from the path of Tho pnrtnerHhip of lVUiimt Celler is youth," w, tho froKWild when ho leaped dissolved and those indebted to them, into the water to emaipo a nliower of either for drugs or medical nerviccs, are .. nt I.. .1... I. ....I. ., " "" " I....... " ...!..!.!... . .(.., I , nii ..( t7.tin .k.v Hoazley's iruiiL'oivii tw ..all i.b !..! iiih 10 iiiinu nml uaaltlaa if iliut ,.,.. unea rrat u f it vouh urcliiiiH. And tills ' tho ilanp-n- i that would attend tho re- -- 1 ,,e l,ri" ' (,niI,oro U'' of lMXm' capital from tho Htaiil oW movat of ht Mell-meanii- iK t, lulled with a reasonable potation of rich Hweet milk, jowl nnd jrreeriH and corn ...' Preail. ., Olwcrvo as he, ,, , . vhswh win name wnnerH eiau in HpoiieFB .... ... CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. HUSTONVILLE. Reiti A Smiley shipped their crop of Mr. Miller wantH a reform in the ,. of taxed. I ho cost is now 11 White Hurley tobacco this week to tho cents on tho dollar, whereas in boiiio Koddman House, Cincinnati, which had ., An Investment ,TIIAT . States it does not exceed three cents. Of one thing the convention may rest assured nnd that is that the people have not a particle more confidence in its pat riotism, good sense nnd business capacity thnn they have in tho gentlemen they select to represent them in the General Assembly. Covington Commonwealth. It is a deplorable thing for a county to have a delegate in the constitutional convention who is an ass, and more deplorable to have one who is an infidel; hut to be represented by a man who is both ass and inliilel as in ono of our southern counties is calamitous. See speech lately made by one H. K. Hcnnett. which is a tissue of puerile atheism and irredeemable assiuimtv. Jessamine made n very satisfactory ofler for the same. All tho Hustonville sportsmen were afield one day recently on a big rabbit hunt and bagged 85 of tho rodents. Tho wonder is that some of the hunters wero not winged. Rev. will Ga -- Double in Twelve Mont Paying Dividends April and October. .STOCK. OF THE .. k J. 11. Rifle filled Journal. of delegate Miller opposed the petition the report on municipalities which that couucilmen, legislators nnd ..... ... .ii ' 1 through, throws our jority in tho entire city, to use tho pathrtviK city of Frankfort to the Kny and festive younK friend, H. I). McClure, out ronage for all time as it might see propmetropolis known by tho euphonious of position, but we are in hopes he may er. Mr. Miller failed to convince his name of Louhvillc. If the .Solon who capital from time to Kl another soon; and wo think he will, hearers and the reort was adopted. at the for '" a "nil energetic Tho body disposed of tho municipal ti.no cannot be controlled while under l Ho" merchant repoct quite expeditiously for Buch a " V0UDK tho Burveillanco of the ilumiire and cir-- ! l ' "" avw loflt ft "ulu 0 concern. For cities of cumspwt denizens of so saintly a citv as Mr- Anderson and MiB8 Maud population and over tho tax shall not Frankfort, what coul.l bo expected of them, when tho bars were let down, and Adams, of I'reacherttville, met Klder J. exceed $1.60 uponf 100 assessed valuation; on tho Crab Orchard and for cities and towns under 15,000 populathey wero turned out to graze in tho G pastures of the Ottenheim piko Kumlay afternoon and tion, not to exceed $1; for counties, not green and largest city in tho State? The horm, that demanded him to tie the knot for them, to exceed 60 cents. A limitation wts '0 veryillingly did. They likowiBO prescribed to tho incurring of has his hav and ten years of corn mean-a tainly mean busineHH ami wo wish them municipal debts, as follows: For cities out to him regularly three times bappiness in their matrimonial of tho Urst, second and third class, not to day is in no danger of foundering, and exceed 10 er cent, of tho total valuation may bo safely trusted for a ility'rt drive venture. Kov. J. H. Jones, who has been with of all taxables; for cities nnd towns of at any season of tho year, and this ap- the fourth class, not to exceed 5 per plies with equal force to men, ho, while uh some days, hmLto leave Saturday, the restndnts incident to seclus.' l'K to a Hevere cold, which ho thought cent., and for cities nnd towns of tho to a hemorrhagoof liie lungs, tifth class, not to exceed 3 per cent. ion from temptation are comparatively harmless, but when beset which ho is subject to. Wo wero very Innocent and FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. of fashionable life, sorry to see him go, a the people were by tho allurement make sad havoc with their good names very much interested in his sermons, s Collier now tlllstho pulpit. Much -- W. G. Welch sold to Montio Fox and pass from bad to worse with fright- - 'ro pair of cotton mules for $1! 10. ful rapidity. The danger of indulging Kol is being done, M. F. F.lkiu v Co. bought of Jones -- Was I'earl Newland. of Hrodhead, is tho appetite for strong drink is Increased hogs nt 'S cento. guest of her aunt, Mrs. Alice New-th- o Bros, a lot of by the multiplicity of dram Hhopi, and tho J. C. Montio Fox, of Hoyle, bought ' M. Livingston, who travels for rattle of the dice in the gambliug .i....- - .....i.i iw. ...nr.. i.nitMiio ul.i.n Abo Hlock it Co., of Cincinnati, is in of Robinson, of Garrard, 10 sugar mules at 110. heard In places comparatively secure 'town this week. Mrs. Eliza Arnold, J. C. Tucker bought of Kockcastle True, there nro sou, ICddie, and little daughter, of l.nnfrom observation. parties 'J7 head of extra good mountain churches with gilded spires that tower carter, were tho guests of Mrs. Alex cattle at '2 to i.' j cents. Miss Heavenward in tho metropolis, to which Ibaxlny Saturday and Sunday. Silas Anderson sold to John AnderDillion, who has been sick for the Solons could have access, nnd to son a pair of mules for 1270 ami to G. A. Mr. J. II. which they would doubtless bo Invited, Bm time, is convalescent. Siler a lot of yearling heifers and steers of thoso Stephens is confined to his room with u but who could tell tho numbers . J. W. Guest nnd wife, of nt '2 cts. wlime niliula wero engrossed with the K. R. Sparks has purchased tho Geo. IHnvillo, arc guests of Mrs. l.aiirn .tiin....tnr,t.i.mn(Mtnii.frrt. wJionould S. Shnnklin farm, tiireo miles from Moore. be induced to forego their ollicial duties Nicholasvilte, containing ')3'S acres nt long enough to attend tho services of tho DEATHS' DOINGS. JV per acre $'J8,'S03. sanctuary? Aside from this, it should Tho entries to tho various races nt I). H. Cundiir, n citizen bo remembered that most of our lawLatonia this spring have closed with a makers nro those who are fresh from tho of Pulaski, is dead. John A. MeKoberts received n tele- total of 8 III, the largest number in tho country; who have been prudent and history of the course. temperate in all things; in fact abstemi- gram Snturd.ty stating that his brother, Tate & Catron have bought tho past proximity to Joseph U. McHoberts, of Denver. Coloous, if not located in close week l head of eattlo of rado, was dead. He had been sick for wisted, any d of JumesGovernt -- J cents, a institution of learn- se voi al weeks with peritonitis, hut not shipping cattle nt '2 to ''$ cento; 2 caring, nnd who in tho sublimity of their until Friday afternoon did Mr. McKoh-ort- a hear of it. Tho deceased was 111 loads of sheep nt J'S.50 per bend; a carinnocence would bo liable to bo led ns- load of hogs nt 2.8o; also two largo mules tray by designing men, who would not years old and leaves, besides h wife, an child. His remains were of West Gilliland for 1325. Somerset temptation, lSinonths-oh- l iw slow to lead them into Reporter. hoping thereby to profit in tho matter of j interred at Greeley, Colorado, tho homo Tho cotton crop of tho South, worth free drinks nnd n good time generally, of his wife. at least $500,000,000, was grown on Miss Octavia Hrouaugh, born and What a harvest there would bo for tho acres of land. The crop equals nnd pickpockets upon tho reared in Mercer county, died nt tho of tho! homo of her sister, Mrs. J. IS. JTingle, in in value tho total corn crop of tho United assemblage of tho manufacturers "5,000,000 acres o States, which requires law from time to time. Tho arrival of Louisville, Jan. 10, ISill, of catarrhal and is more than $100,000,000 greater jolly old legislator with his grip sack ver. In her praise volumes might bo than tho value of the entire wheat crop tilled with his best suit of clothes, n spoken, hut even strangers may know few tho true Christian life sho lived by the of tho country, which was grown on farmer'H ulmannc, n cob pipo nnd n acres. pounds of leaf tobacco nnd fifteen or following extract fiom her pastor, Kov. Jemo Martin bought 20 yearling his wallet to pay board W. A. Horam, nt tho Harroilsburg twenty dollars in washing until pay day, would ho a tint church, January L'Oth. The preach-Big- mules from Karnest Duulnp at $78 nnd 18 from James Withrow nt $72. K. H. to inspire tho inveterate hackman, or said: "This voting lady, when I n stranger, was ninong tho Davenport has bought during tho past as well iih tho drummer who calls lustilv cntno hero week from Jesse Martin nnd II. F. Rogfor "do Fif Aveuuo Hotel, Had" There first to oiler to introduce mo to the rich who could the poor, tho high nnd tho low, ns with ers '1,000 bushels of wheat at 91' cento would not bo lacking thoso bushel, nnd from J. W. Brooks 1.000 show him tho best place to Becuro a miif- - her everybody was dear vho truly loved per bushels nt IK) cents. Midway Clipper. nt tho cheapest rate lier Savior. In deeds of charity, she tor of tnnglo-foo- t Emory & Dunn bought of Nick Pernnd tender him a welcome to tho hospl was noted, in visiting the sick nnd nf mules at bIio hnd fow equnls." Sho was kins, of Garrard, 7 :l year-oltalitiea of the city. To tho man raised llicted accustomed to re- not nfrnitl to die and stated on her death Sill. Iko Dunn Bold Wednesday to W. in tho country, who is tire to rest when tho chickens go to lied that if she could only see her dear W. Sanditlgo, of Lincoln county, 100 roost, whoso peaceful slumbers nro not grandmother in .Mercer once more she ewes at $5.75 per head. D. N Prowitt disturbed savo by an occasional) growl would bo willing to go. An extended hnH engaged about 10,000 lambs from vawho rises ut funeral notice can bo seen in tho rious parties in this section nt 5 nnd $0 from the honest wntch-dog- ; frugal meal for May nnd June delivery. Advocate. Democrat next Friday. dnylight, partakes of his A FltlKNI). Ida daily toll, it is quite and start upon Jolly ami capable S. F. B. Morse, a risk to ninko bo wonderful a change of Fnnnio Isurnutt, Masquerading in having resigned the office of general us tho removal, though temporahabits N. N. & M. V., of ry, from such n lifo to ono of nn entirely mon'B clothen, va8 driven out of Paris passenger agent the Imagino tints week. Shu In tiiu woman whoBworo Charles L. Brown, heretofore general opposite character in a ;city. general falsely against the Pugh hrothern, of freight agent, is appointed tho feelings of tho tiretl member when incessant jingle of Fleming county, and sent them to the freight and passenger agent, with headkept awako by tho penitentiary, charged with violating her quarters at Lexington. Tho appointbells, tho noise of wagons, tho snort of horse, tho whistle of incoming person, where they spent several months ment is effective Feb. 1. It is hoped tho iron before now evidence secured tnoir anil believed that Mr. Jlorso will remain nnd departing steamers, ns well ns tho Sho is also charged with being tho with tho Ii. A N. on the K. C. feather change from tho keep ciuiso of one man killing himself and tho The court of appeals has decided bed to tho mattress, whoso springs cause of a woman and child being killed that tho cases of the Perry county gang pido to side and in him rolling from n whilo returning from a visit wero properly transferred to Clark and motion. Witness his conatorna-tio- accidentally with u to tho Pugh brothers whilo in j'ail at that tho members will have to be triid nt breakfast when presented Flemingsburg. there. bill of faro carefully propnrediln Fronch, Tho Nebraska Supremo court has The fire chief, ono fireman and two expected to select nnd from which ho is desiro to uratify the crav. Riven a decision virtually sustaiuiug other persons lost their lives by a tenei,mav Bat - , Gov. Boyd in his position. ment bouse fire in Jersey City. ings of an nppotito accustomed to be 'Kt-uio conL-rei;atW-hI the v. otherH 6hull ho elected from a city nt large, instead of by wards and districts, because he claimed it was undemocratic and in violation of the principles upon which American institutions wero based. He made a plea for minority representa tion, declaring that this system would turn over a city to ono or the other party, whichever happened to bo in a ma- I"' "' slow-movin- g na' 15,-00- ! ' violet-scente- d 1 cer-ur- e.l ow-und- er ' "M 125-pouu- -- I IP tho Kaptisi church Sunday nnd Sunday night. Ho will most likely preach two Sundays in each month for this church during tho remainder of '01. A paragraph in Friday's issue Bug gesto the suggestion that when tho suggests "something be taken" the sugcostor here generally supplies the suggested "Harkis is willin'."' The Christian College Society held an open meeting in the College chapel Friday night, which drew a crowded audience. Tho performances wero various, exceedingly creditable and enjoyed by all. A corps of surveyors spent Friday making a diagram of Moreland, even to the dimensions of the various buildings, nnd even tho most ingenious curioso was unable to extract nn inkling of tho design. A few of the Grundies Burmiso grand railroad extensions nnd connections are imminent. Georgo A. Prewitt, tho excellent in fact, the incomparable clerk of tho Casey county court, passed through here Friday with wife ami babv on a visit to the old folks at Hrodhead. Wm. Myers, the bachelor judge of Casey, was also in town Friday. We are glad to seo in your Casey iiowb that the judge's uniform success in his numerous candidacies has emboldened him to enter in a race for matrimonial honors. Tho judge's extreme modesty has hitherto handicapped him heavily, but the knowing ones have confidentially given us a tip in that ring, nnd our money goes on William. Mrs. M. G. Thomson and daughter are visit r ing father and nt Vannrs-delMercer county. Miss Mac Logan will visit her brother Sam at Middlesbo-ro- . Mrs. M. F. Hradley will leave today for Calera, Ala., to spend tho remainder of tho winter with her daughter, Mrs. George S. Wright. Mies Alico Wright has gone to your town on n visit to her cousin, Mrs. Wood Green. Mr. Kylo Boliou, of Decatur, III., is visiting Kentucky relatives. Mr. Wallace Steele and wife, nee Minks, are visiting I. F. Steele. Joe S. Wright, tho hoes lapicide of Kentucky, was hero Friday erecting in our cemetery some handsome specimens of his skill. Mr. Minor Vanarsdoll, of Harrodsburg, v as hero last week in tho interest of a Iouisvillo tombstone firm. Miss Hettio Logan leaves for Birmingham, Ala., to visit her Bister. Georgo Bradley has gone from Birmingham to Calera, Ala., and is learning telegraphy. Eddie Walton and Dr. A. S. Price, of Stanford, wero welcomed by many of the elect hero Sunday. Bug-gest- or the pulpit of Ha, InvestmenE KDevelnprnn't Cd I ull Shares SIO Each jet to no asseutmcnti. Gen. Benj. F. Butler, of Massachusetts, President; Hon. Jas. W. Hyatt, late Treasurer of U. S., Treasurer. paid and su Capital Stock, $4,500,000. DIRECTORS Oen. Ilenj F. Duller, oCMasutrhtiietM; F.. I. Oarfield, Sec'y Thomson Houston Hleetric Hon I.ogan II Kool, of Arkansas: Co , notion, Mau.; Hon. A. U Wyman, I'.x Trea. of U. S , of Neb.; C W. Perkins, Cashier Massachusetts National " Hon Jas. W.Hyatt, " of Conn. : Hank, HoMcn, Mass. Thos. C Smith, I'mMent 17th Ward Dank, of Ooorge C Schofield, President N. V. Contract urookiynn, . 1 1.0 , ol :ew ork. I.. M. Sanford, President Hank of New Castle, Ky ADVISORY Hon John II Gordon. Governor of fieoreia: Hon .Holt. I. Taylor, Governor of Tennessee: Hon J. II Foraker, K Governor of Ohio: Hon. Richard II llnght, ExU. S. Printer, of Washington; Hon. K F. Mann, Sup't Concord & Mentreal Rail. road,ot New Hampshire. HOARD: K. It True, Cash. U. S. Treasury, Washington; Henry Feuchtwanper, Member of N Y. btoclc I'.xchange, New York; P. K. Hoots, Cashier First National Hank, Little Rock, Ark; F Y. Robertson, President of First National Dank, of Kearney, Neb. SUFFOLK TRUST COMPANY, Transfer Agents, Street, Boston, Mass. The Property of the Company Consists 244 Washlnerton ent value $1,084,725. SKCOND. 3,458 acres ol valuable mineral land, adjacent to the city of Tallapoosa, all located within a radius of six miles from the centre of the city. Present value $112,900. THIRD. The issued capital stock of the Georgia, Tennessee & Illinois Railroad Co , chartered for the purpose ot building a railriad from Tallapoosa, Ga., to Stevenson, Ala., no miles, that will net the Company nearly $,ooo,ooo of the capital stock of railroad, paying 7 per cent, dividends FOURTH. The Tallapoosa Furnace, on the line of the Georgia-PacifRailroad, in the city of Tallapoosa, Ga., the said furnace being of 50 tons capacity, manufacturing the highest grade of cold and hot blast charcoal iron. Present value $350,000. FIFTH. The Piedmont Glass Works, situated on the line of the Georgia Pacific Railroad, in the city of Tallapoosa, Ga , said plant beln 11 pot furnace capacity and manufacturing flint glass rlaiks and prescription ware. Present value $100,000, There IS already located on fhfl nronnrtv of this Camn.inv in the eitv of TallaDoosa. Ga.. .ftnn In. habitants, 3,000 of whom are Northern people who have settled in Tallapoosa within the last three years, 631 houses, 15 manufacturing industries and 40 bu!nes houses, schools, churches, water works, "- electric lights, $75,000 hotel nnd new manufacturing industries building, etc. rt ic cnr-whe- FIRST. 8,000 City Lots, or 3.01a acres of land in the city of Tallapoosa, Haralson county, Georgia, the residue remaining unsold of 3,500 acres, on the centre of which the city was originally built. Pres- 50,000 Sharos of Treasury Stock Are now offered to the public, tho proceeds to be devoted to locating new manufacturing ments and developing the Company's city property, at a establish- grand-fathe- l, Special Price of $3.33 1-- 3 Per Share. This is full paid stock and subject to no assrssments.lt will pay dividends April and October and the price will be advanced to $5 when the 50,000 shares are sold. Orders for stock will be filled as received, in any amount from one share upward, as It is desiaed to hae a many small holders in all sections of the country'as possible, who will by their interest in the Company influence immigration to Tallapoosa and advance the interests of the Company. " 30 00 " 50 00 " 100 00 " 350 00 500 00 " 1,000 00 Address all order for stock and make 10 00 will purchase 9 15 t shares ' " or f " " 00 checks, drafts, or money and express orders payable to I23EJ 300 Ga.-Ala. 30 75 150 " ijo 30 00 par value of stock. " " 90 00 00 00 00 300 750 1,500 3,000 00 " " " " " ' JAS. W. HYATT, Treas. Investment & Development Co., Globo Building;, 244 Washington St , Boston, Mass. illustrated Prospectus.of Tallapoosa, Stock Prospectus of Company and Plat of City, with price list ot building lots mailed free on application. Reliable agents wanted to represent the Company in every county to-da- y WHAT HAVE Y0UG0T TO BAT ?" Is n question asked the Grocer every day. Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at A. A. ,WlH,E,E1T'S "MODEL CmOCEBTZ":" Hominy, Rice, Navy and Butter Beans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni, well-know- n CHURCH AFFAIRS. . breech-loadin- g 1,000-poun- d car-loa- sour-mas- h bunco-steerer- s i fo-th- j j Hap-nn- tl ht j J d Har-rodsbu- rg pnr-do- n. d per-potu- al Klder J. G. Livingston has accept d Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried a call to preach for the London church Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Figs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, this year. The meetim-a- t Crab Orchard Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip continues, with 8 additions. During tho past 25 years tho Metho- Beef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, dist Episcopal Church has expended N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c. in tho work of christian education in tho Southern States. Kov. T. P. Smith, of Tennessee, is conducting a revival at the Calvary BapHaving leased the Menelee Stable, I now offer a There came to my tist church, Louisville and there wero my NEW S l'AIil.K on Lancaster street for rent. HKIFEK, which'the pasturn can few weeks ago a get by describowner It has ten lare Hox Stalls and is the very best ing paying pasturage and for this notire over 100 conversions in five days. place in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for j ii Hi.vrr, Ky. Archbishop Ireland, of the Catholic the coming season A large cistern at the door. o2'4t Stanford, Call on oraddres Church, has issued an order forbidding, A. T. NUNNI'LLEY, Stanford all church fairs, lotteries ami chanco games for religious or charitable MT. VERNON, KY. Kev. A. C. Hopkins, Sunday-scho- ol Hottl'is still maintain This old and evangelist, will conduct a Sunday-schoo- l ing its tine reputation. Charges reasonable. Speconvention nt tho Turnersvillo church, cial attention to the traveling public. At. P. NEWCOMH, Prop., beginning Monday, Feb. ilth, and conMt. Vernon, Ky, tinuing till the following Thursday. Tho of the county are various Sunday-schoolinvited to attend. Evangelist Dixon Williams is hold-iu- g ROWLAND, KY.. a revival at Mt. Vernon, hid. Doalors in Groceries, General Merchandise, &a, There have been nearly 500 professions Invites an inspection of his hue of goods, They of religion, and already about L'OO addiwere bought for cash and the consequence ii (hat tions to tho various churches. Thoro he can sella! a lower figure than those whodoa of our He K. wero but 400 Protestant Christiana in long credit business. gooddesires a share goods at the lowest livpatronage, promising ing prices. that city of 5,000 inhabitants previous to TOXSOIUAL tho meeting. Kov. W. F. Noland, who held tho STANFORD, KENTUCKY, HOUSE, quarterly meeting here, is one of the Barber Shop on Main street, op-Has a P. B. IIIL.EY, Proprietor, ite I'ortinau llou.e, and invites a share of your fiuest pulpit orators of his age in Kennirfinage fronipt attention to outside ca Is and f Kentucky. tprcil atteiiti n to ladirs and rhildrec Work tucky. His two sermous Sunday, both London, d;ne In the latest style with neatness and dts. I have moved to my new Hotel and nm better from I Tim. 4:S, wero from texts taken SS tin the public patch. ever to splendid efforts, tho first showing tho prepared thanattached accommodate and very convenience de Good I.ivery grandeur and capabilities of the "lifo sired. Give me a call. FRANK RILEY. 77 that now is," and tho second furnishing convincing proof that "Godliness is profitable unto all tilings;" that religion furnishes the only truo methods to live by Blue-Gra- ss Form For Sa!o. ih B FSHgjiiisW' iii ijssfcjyrfT P I as well as dio by. Both services wero A well attended, the last especially so, and I offer for sale prisately the Henry Hester farm the favorable comment of thoughtful of 6a acres, nearly all rich bottom land; si acres cfe CO., JT. people as they left the church would sown in wheat, the balance in g ran been most gratifying to tho young have The dwelling has six room anJ ii In (rood reHUSTONVILLE, KY. pair. There i a new barn, goou well, fine orchpreacher if he could have heard them. Are still In the business and ready to do anyfint'Claskleiicinj on the place. FOH RE1TT. Bstray ITotioo. 77-- tf pui-pos- es. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL Sj-t- t. s IcTelmore," 86-- un THE RILEY II. FARMER, ARTIST, first-clas- s ii ; A Spooial Bargain. J T. STJTTOIT ii il J ard and Kx-- P. M. General Vilas has been ,.., nominated by the Wisconsin dediocrats for U. S. Senator, which is equal to an election. thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full ne-half cash: balance In ii and 18 stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds aud Robes Terms of every description. Our hearse, which it nearly months Possession to be given Feb. 1, 1891. new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. U. Ap-ll- f me or roy Knt w- - A. Tribble, at Green bas charge of cur business and will show our goods to any one needing anything; in our Stanford, Ky. y 6VU-O- PEYTON, M. D. line t i ! H f. I 1 r . . l e V Tho Cincinnati Southern has cut Hufkhrinh to an nrticle in this paper charging that tho administration is mak- tho rato to southern points and a war be j ing a bluff at a war with England to, tween it and the L. it N. is promised. The Bteamer Silas P. Coo was burn- miserable misStanford, Ky., - January 27, 1891 draw attention from itstho London Echo cd at Cincinnati by the explosion of a management of affairs, miotes from an interview with Gov. Mc- - lamp. Watchman Carney was" burned Creary, who endorses Secretnry Blaine's alive; loss $18,000. F Geo. Harris, the Newbern, III., fastpolicy, and adds that the Intkiuou .Jour3 Bona-Fid- e it er, still stubbornly refuses to tako any Stannal should "consult its boss before The Arkansas lenis'nture, following shoots off ita squirt gnu." Says tho s nourishment. Ho remains in n stupor by 2G, tlie sensible lend of Alabama mul Ten most of the time. This is his 31st day. further: below cost. , decided to junko no appropriaHesse "Mr. McCreary was for n long time The House committee has agreed to tion for State exhibits at tho World's Chairman of the Foreign A ffuirs commit- report favorably the bill to appropriate Fair in tlie event that tho Force bill be- tee of tho lower House of Congress and $10,000,000 to repair nud build tho levis now the of the minority of that M comes a hm. These legislatures bold committee bead knows what he is Mixees from tiie bead of the passes to Cai and of such a measure ing about." that tho enactment ro. will create so tnucbdiscord and perhaps He generally does. We hardly expectThe State prohibition executive comanarchy in the South that it would be a ed such an admission from this quarter, mittee has been called to meet at the to wafcte of money to uso it for the purpose though, since on one occasion, as wo are Fifth Avenue Hotel, Louisville, Jan. 21), sale, occurred, we Such action informed, after having been shabbily nt 12 o'clock, to consider important busof inducing immigration. as this ought to bring tho radical con treated by its tlitor, the governor said iness. cost spirators to a realization of their revolu- with freezing dignity, when Mr. Dyche Mr. and Mrs. Vestal Beeler, of Martionary detigns. So far in the prelimi- offered his hand: "I do not wish to tinsville, are getting some newspaper nary steps toward tho passago of the bill shako hands with you, sir. I treated you notoriety now from tlie fact that they four republican senators have had the as a gentleman, hut having found out have had 10 children, 18 of whom are courage to rise above a purely partisan my mistake, I do not wish tiny further living. party measure, Stewart, Teller, Jones connection with von." There has been stored along Hud- und W'alcott, and if they continue to 1S01. Goods, Shoes, sou Kiver this season 4,lt30,S0O tons of On A sciikmc is now being engineered present a bold front the iniquitous bill 1 Its, ice, the largest crop ever gathered, and be closed through Congress by contestants to not issutllcioiit to supply the demand for will never disgrace the body by its our, to Goods, only pay tho usual $"2,000 allowed for two yeais. week s Since this action was taken the Mis- such purpos", but all their expenses in do John K. Ajdelotte, editor of the yard-wid- e souri, Texas and West Virginia legisla- making contests. As there are 34 con- Butler County Democrat, at Hamilton, G l-2- c; Cotton oc, Cotures have adopted similar resolutions testants, this ill take, if it becomes a 0., was crushed and mangled to death Gc, tton 7 c; l-Calico 7 and in Illinois a resolution was intro- law, more than $100,000 from the treasu- by being caught by the rapidly revolvoo Cotton S c; 7 c duced calling upon the senators to vote ry, in addition to the S7S.000 already paid ing wheel of a gas engine. .simagainst the Forco bill. The conserva- contestants, many of whom contest Giltnore A Lee, a pair of smooth tive men all over the country are op ply to get the $"2,000 ami not the office. Blood-Curdli- ng young Yankees, who opened a coininia-sio- n posed to the enactment of such a law, house, in Louisville and diil a big G tii says that Senator Ourli.sle told regardless of party aililiations. him in response to his interrogatory that business, skipped out Saturday, owiiig wc The speech of Hon. K. 1. Jacobs, on John Sherman aa a legislator, secretary everybody that trusted them. With" between fiOO.OOO and (500,000 V the question of taxation and exemp- of the treasury and politician had affecttions, before the constitutional conven- ed his day as much as anybody he could petitioners already on the rolls, the list tion, is admitted by all who heard it as think of. Mr. Carlisle has great admira- is increasing at the rato of 20,000 a the ablest of tho discussion. Judge Ja- tion for the Ohio statesman, whose frig- month, oer 10,000 new names being the iiret 15 dajs of this year. cobs has not delayed the business of idity of character is said to Fend all the 1w. lirwlt. l.inirini. liio iilnnlttinnu ntl The largest tannery in the world, Main Street, Stanford, Ky, v. thermometers to zero in the neighbor- . w. A. UXtBANSIvV, illv uuim w c.i.a.f nil iv'" says the News, is nearly completed at ery question considered; in fact he has hood of his person. Mtddlesboro and operations will soon shown that he knows when silence is Tnu dead-locin tho Illinois legisla- begin. The company already has gulden, but when bo does speak he has Tho indieatinns aro that Moody is X. --. 7tons of tan bark on the ground. something to say and his words carry ture continues, but Streeter, the farmbadly beaten by the Fo&ioimts in the having declared for a The L. it N. is pushing its extension South Dakota legislature. conviction and weight to sensible men. ers' candidate, protective tariff and other republican to Norton, Va., where it will conntct Forty miners were killed anil I0 in-The menlber from Boyle is a folman, and as our Lincas-te- r measures, it is said that two of his with the Norfolk cc Greit Western, giv- jured by an explosion in a colliery in will desert him and thereby ing it the shortest line to tho seaboard. Germany. scribe intimated on one occasion, he lowers elect Gen. Palmer, a eonsuniuiation de Tlie connection is promised by Mayjl. come nearer making the right could Mxieo is the greatest tilvor produc year hr As a choice between two evils the ing country in th world. kind of a constitution than any man in voutly to be wished. the body. At any rateour confidence in The Owensboro Meseng'T and the democrats of the North Dakota legisla- pmduct wh $ 115,000,000 to $(W,000,Oi;0 Is Receiving His the man is sufficient to accept without Paducah Standard are calling lustily on ture joined with tho republicans and in the 1'. S. llnnsborough question any that he would propose. Terrific snow storms have blockaded Mr. Clay and Dr. Clardy to express elected present incum- railroads and all other iminn of themselves on the scheme, senator over Pierce, the The reappearance of Lydia Thompson bent. in SontheAbtern Russia and ij-- , Goods Warranted nnd a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Gie him a call. on the stage recalls the fact that some "20 but so far thev 'tend like they don't An immense avalanche of snow fell luttHl cities and towns are suffering Ioch, hear 'em Come up to the scratch, genyears or more ago, her shapely limbs from the dills of the plains of Abraham of life and needed supplies. and saucy waja were the admiration of tlemen, it's got to come and the sooner "Old Hutch," the Chicago speculainto Champlain street, (Quebec, half a every male bipod, who was fortunate the bettor. mile from the scene of tho disastrous tor, who engineered the bitr wheat deal enough to see them. She is tlie first The Xews, Uncle Ben Harrison's daily landslide of lisSll. which caused the death a few years ago, has been forced to retire lj ri iv woman that tho writer ever saw without at Bowling Green, tins sunk after lew Watch Inspector L. & N from btniru'sw by his sons, because he of .V2 people. the regulation skirts on and the revela- than a month's effort to keep its nose Senator Cameron was shown bofore has lost ail of his :!0,000,000, but oiie. Dealer tion was a wonder to him. With the above water. We were fearful that One of John Robinson's elephants the investigHtingconunittee to haveMii-vestt- d exception that age has brought on flesh Uncle Ben was too old to learn new ilOO.000 in silver bullion before got sick at Cincinnati and a whisky tod AND JEWSLRT. WARSB, iness hhe still presents a very creditable ways, and was surprised that ho should the passage of the silver bill on which lie dy was given him, tho formula forwhirh appearanco in tights, although tho rheu- have been lured away from his old netted $15,000. That's the way unscru- was as follows: Threegallonsof w hisky, matism of 55 winters have somewhat home. fcaRcpniring neatly and promptfive gallotisof molasses, one barrel of pulous politicians get rich. stiffened her joints. ly done. Tho Crown Prince Baudouin, her to water. The recipe does not commend SK.VATonSrEWAitT, of Nevada, cannot the throne of Belgium, died rather unex itself to tho experienced taste. There is The calendar bhows that this is the bo whipped into the party traces by the pectedly at Brussels. It is intimated too much water and sweetening and too 27th, but in tho National Senate it is radical leaders. He spoko Saturday I will take old gold or silver in exchange for fjoods. still tiro 22d, tho legislative day of against gag rules and tho Forco bill in that he suicided because his father had little of the e.xhilarator. (Stanford, Ky.) whom he was InfatuaWar is threatened between theStatol Thursday last having been continued for such a vigorous manner ns to make the the woman with and Federal authorities in Marion countho purpose of forcing a vote on tho old setting hens in tho Senate madder ted, banished from the kingdom. Epp Moore, who murdered Harvey ty. A deputy marshal arrested n man cloture. Tho republicans have a quo- than ever. Steele and David Campbell, in Knox, named Green for violating tho internal rum now and can pass anything they killed himself on the day set for his trial. revenue laws, but on a writ of habeas wish, if, like Reed, Vice President MorNEWSY NOTES. Tho killing of Steele was particularly corpus, Judge Russell dismissed tho priston disregards all precedent and throt-th- e C. W. Warren, tho absconding CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. and Moore's neck 'would oner. The authorities at Iouit)vill teh tho voice of the minority, that is if merchant, was captured in St. hve paid the penalty in any other sec- - graphed the deputy to disregard Ruslie can gel a solid backing from his par Louis sell's order and bring the prisoner anj tioii. ty, which now seems impossible. way, and trjs was the status oi auairs at Sugaafc Coffee, A snow storm in which fish an incl Tea, Molasses, Syrups, Honey, During his two years as governor of las', report, lonK ''"R"'? figured, i? "! to have raged Tennessee Taylor pardoned 801 convicts, Salt, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, I.ard, Flour, Meal. Mft P. H. BiWEfcY l:d his lovely , .. ..Ill . C1..I giving IS their liberty on the last day of bride have relumed from a tour of Cuba in iAiisiiviue Lucy Dicker Young, eighth wife of his term. That's the kind of governors GOODS: and Sunday's Louisville Truth contains Brlghahi Young, is dead. Tho other that have di"Kieted the farmers and a graphic description of the scenes, manCheese, Spices, Maccaroni, Flavoring Extracts, bore well and am made thetM fifiiert themselves by elect- 'work in will prcpirrd to and promptly will do the ners nud customs of that laud of flowers, seven widows aro still living. Raisins, a komI manner l'igs, Citron, Prunes, Currants, The ptrike on tho Chicago A Erie ing lJuchanan. nom do plumo of 6ver tho One Dollar a Foot. Parlor and Hall Lamps, Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, nearly wiped out the Call Ator!addrei me at SUnlord, Kentucky. not only a road has been settled by the disehargoof A fire which Bend Or. Mr. Bidgely is on Qucensware and Tinware. L. T. Cll1'li .) I II. ' graceful, but a most entertaining writer, tho chief dispatcher and traffic baa been town of Seaville, Washington county, raged Friday night. Sea's store-hopro net ions are always enlivened resumed, whoso c& e Two firemen were killed and two and contents, Crow der's store, the I by tho humor that seems to almobt bub others injured in a fire at Buffalo N. Y., buildings wero conand other "ble from his pen, without any apparent which destroyed in addition about $300,-00- 0 sumed. It is thought that the stores XJuildlnj; L,otft effort. in property. after being robbed. were fired In the corporate limit of Ro Un J. The rate to tho New Orleans Mardi Juikie Jackson's decimou that tho lotSenator Ingslls has gono back to 86 M J. DAKST, Rowland. teries have rights that the legislatures Gras has been fixed at 1$ fares for the Kansas to see if he can fix up those Utt'.tt In cannot destroy, goes like cold steel to round trip. The rato is tho same on all fences, but beforo his departure ho the heart of Dan E. O'Sullivan, of the competing lines. paired himself against the Forco bill. GROCERIES AND The First Xutional Bank of Medi- His chanceH seem somewhat improved Louisville Critic, who has fought the My health liavmj failed to an eatent that t am I will sell priGliiaswuro, TInwaro, fco. to quit octopus for years with a determination cine Lodge, Kas., is in the hands of the since 13 Alliance men voted with the determined property public bmlnem, Ky., conntt-invately my al Taint Lick, Hope government examiner. of Assets 182,000; republicans against tabling the petition Has on hand a'fresh supply ol canned goods of every description, which showed his earnestness. springs eternal in the human breast, liabilities $50,000. of some old soldiers asking tho maccaroni, beans, prunes and in fact everything found in a Mrs. Higbee, the Meade county wothough, and Mr. O'S. is confident that of tho jayhawker. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, a iplendld private grocery. f Fifteen in tho court of appeals will tako decided is- man who poisoned her five children, has Judge Jackson, at Louisville, has duelling acrrilot containing about j acret with all and Give my Nudavcnc, something new, been declared insane and taken to the decided that tho Wortham law against nrcetsary outbuilding!. Alo a irood buiineta raisins, &c, in great variety. sue with the Louisville judge. home with dwelling attached and about i acre lot Anchorage Asylum. a trial. lotteries is void becauso it interferes with good outbuildings. Alto my entire The Somerset Republican spurns our The Illinois legislature will offer a with vested rights granted under tho Stock of Drugs &FamilyGroceries offer to compromise the Reporter's slan- bounty of 3 cents for tho heads of Enconstitution nnd violates tho spirit of demands glish sparrows, good der Buit against it and us, and Duildingi all and the little pests having our fundamental law against class legis- wells and plentynew itocV. in good order. Two place water A donrable of an opportunity to make good its charges. so troublesome. of appeals will be o live and a good point for busine. Will tell to lation. Tho court As Bro. Lewis is better acquainted with JameB Wood, the attendant at the given a chance to wrestle with the one party or to dificrentpartiev I.. ADAMS. 9, the facts iu the caso than we are, of Eastern Hospital for the Insane nt Rich- question. course we shall leave the matter to him mond, Ind., was given 21 years for kickAn English syndicate lias purchased and hereby withdraw our proposition. ing a lunatic to death. the Lookout Mountain Land Company's The, fight iB now to tlie finish and "d n A man in a Now Jersey roller mill property, including the railroad from 0 THK. be ho who first cries, hold, enough." was caught and drawn through iron roll- Chattanooga to the top of Lookout ers set half an inch apart and had every .Mountain, the Lookout Inn, about (500 This is about the proportion all over bone in his body crushed. acres of the best located property, tho the country. A poll of tho Alabama A brute at Springfield, O., named celebrated and historic "Point," Itock of 3:5 senalegislator? showed that 30 out John Doyle, strangled his aged mother City and the Lulali Like and Falls for Hustonviixk, Kv.f tors and 08 out of 7d representatives are to death in a drunken frenzy. Short 51,000,0 0. for Cleveland for president in 1892. The work ought to bo mado of him. Tho Lexington Lender says that probabilities grow daily more certain A freight train on tho Louisville Mrs. J. Harry Long, of Midway, former- OmvzuG&y Evoking, SVo. 14, that tho race will bo made up the same Southorn was run into bv At a o'clock tho west ly of Pan's, daughter of Elder John S. AGKNT FOR THE CELEBRATED STUDEI3AKER WAGON as in lSS4ond that Grover will again put bound passenger train, and John Davis, Sweeney, of that place, ran away from and Oliver Chilled Plows. I have just received a brand new stock Blaine in tho soup. a hrakeman of the freight, was killed. her husband, home andchildren toelope In order to close our partnership and full line of repairs. Also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, which is Tho internal revenue collections ag with Jack Green, a handsome barIs tho Ohio legislature a republican business, conceded the best one made. for buncombe, offered a gregate $75,097,143 for tho last Omonths, keeper, with whom sho had become inmember, purely We wilt tell to the hightit bidder tin) above named bill to require that the U. S. flag should an increase of nearly seven millions over fatuated, but Mr. Long followed and sucproperty. A3STD The foolish tho corresponding time of last year. ceeded in bringing the woman to her fly over all public schools. cash; the reminder n 6, Terms: Cne.thlrd A Kansas City saloon that stood senses. Heavy and Shell Hardware, Salt, Lime and Cement. n and 18 months, with interest from day of lale. and costly proposition was voted down Remington, of tho the Kansas and Missouri line, P.S.. Mr. Win. & J. C. WKATHERFORD, I can furnish you almost anything you need in the Hardware or Grothe democrats and the radical papers acioss W. V. by nsnal was cut in two by Kansas authorities Paris Kentuckian. telegraphed the Press cery line. of the Stato are raising their HititonvUle, Ky. i and tho Kansas end of it torn down. that this Btory was unqualifiedly false. howl. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal The Louisville Store. The Greatest u-a- W. WALTON. pa-p- -r started ford our House was offered at and Clearing Sale that was ever inaugurated in us on Monday, January 1801. Every article in XT" Of this great sale will occur next Saturday, Slst in st. In order malic this the most remarkable that ever will offer in our midst, the balance of our Winter Stock at prices that arc actually LESS than the of the material. Remember this sale POSITIVELY CLOSES l-22c 1-o- January 31st, Dry Clothing, Boots, Hats, Carpels run odds and ends in these departments must and all the which are arriving if price will ao u, wane room for Spring daily. 2,000 yards of Embroidery left from last sale will at lc a yard, worth vc; at worth extra heavy at Blue worth at 5c a yard, worth Plaid at a yard, worth Gingham at oc a yard, worth' l-2- Read these True Prices And wonder how can sell goods at these figures and face our competitors. ad-du- d THE t LOUISVILLE 1 STORE v . I Proprietor. k 10,-00- 0 H.6.RUPLEY.- - d, liberal-minde- d Ist sub-treasur- y commti-nicMtio- u FALL AND WINTER GOODS. i $mm . HOST. FENSEL, 111 Ciffl ' All Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty.. Fine and Staple Groceries, FARINACEOUS Mid-dleebo- ro cold-bloode- -- V d J 1 WKXX 1 BOHXNG- well-know- n 1 1 ns post-offic- For Sale FABEIS EEAHDrtT. Twenty J. W. RAMSEY, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE first-clas- s g at Acres of Good Land, Mue-Grais- ) be-co- J., B. FOSTER, PUBLTC SAX.E Weatherford Hotel, '1, STiUPIiE FifcNCTT GROCERIES, oo-l- - tiJUteJUWUU. AAfe&St i'i - . ijr .Lki..fcVi.. iAi-V- , LunwAi4, m foyfe-..fcr- . j, Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal January A. M. S. Hanghman sold to McLine, of Go to Karris it Hardin for hominy Wantkh. Fri-a- Yellow Ihitter at A. Montana, a pair of flakes. They can hu cooked in 15 Warren's "Modi), Grocery." stallions h mill-ute- s. well-bre- A FULL LINE OF Stantoiid, Ky IC.O. WALTON, MEANS Hath carried away a youn mnn'sfnlpo 27, 1891 teeth a few niglita bo and that youth hitH for SG00. heen Kiitniiiinn it triiice. uub, ManaRor BUSINESS. A mo lot of Dr. Wnrner'H health cor net b to cIobo out the lino at $1 each. Joo 8. Jonen, Cash Hnrpiin Store. 1 MiUTKK.s poiiiiiln of granulated Hiigar for $1; Arhuckle'a collet) '21) cents per pound. CuhIi Hiunin Store, opporiite Youunccouiit nr.d Buttlo and Im duo anil ready. A. K. Puuny. POINTS. Cal oblio 1'ortuinn Hoiihu. f " MiftM PERSONAL Iook out for your property to be ma- ad- OLIVER CHILLED PLOW K SPECI<Y. larial fever. Gkohok V. Hiihiki.i., of MilledRoville, Tiik Pineville Messenger says that CiAt exceedingly low prices. Berlin Kettles going at cost. liim been cranted a pension. ty Clerk Harvey Helm made $50,000 hist Mim Iaty AiAitH,nf Garrard, tho week iu a few hours. He did it by signNEW ADVKUriSKMENTS. . A. IWw.lry. BUUHt of MrH. ing the bonds to that amount authonz-bIn the case of Sandifer agninst the Misa av Di'NNis visiting Miw Jennie Fqiiitable Accident Insurance Co., apthe city council. McKlnney, in tho Wctt Kntl. n pealed from Garrard county, the court of A C.SINE. J N MENEFEE Miih. Ki.uott, of l.exinuton, is yieiting W. It. McPiiuiiso.s has transferred his appeals If not old privately. will or Monilnv. Februa allirms the lower court, holding her daughter, Mth. J. 1. J ouch. entire interest iu the notes and accounts that a man can not be regarded as voltui ry ytli, county court ciay, in the t wn of r.) uiiit iur uiuofcu ui iTeu Min Lkna Tuitks, of (Jarrard, iH growing out of their store at Rowland to tnrily exposing himself when ho rides the lirtl breeders in the me ncl He in arm one nearly Su e rands hi,;h, Mi k wild mealv nse Any nc il her brother, Mr. J. V. Totten. 11. McPhersou. who calls unon all in J. of a train and is hurt, sinnc to buy surh a Jatlc an call and ce him or on the platform Mn. IIaiiiiv I.. Daily, of Paris, Texan, debted to tliu firm to come forward and uddreit me at Mi Kinniy, Ky. especially when Improved that by J The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky, &' O J. cunw is viHitiiu; his uncle, Mr. A. K. Denny. settle. of the crowd on the train there was Vf Mu. a.nii Miih. J. IS. Owk.nh, of SASIX, LUMBER, Tiik Advocate says the county levy of no safer place to ride and that the conwere up to wo friends Sun-- . NATIONAL BANK DOORS. ltoylo bus been fixed at l.'lj cents, which ductor permitted him to ride there. day. '' OK SI'ANKORD, KY. BLINDS, is J cents lens tint n Lincoln's. Tho poll Pimi-II. M. (ihant, of Itnrbourvllle, Tiik louisvilIo Times of aturday had tax in $'2, however, which i double ours. a cut of lloyle county's aspirant to the spent Sunday with his parents at Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. The county judge j:ot his salary raised legislature. Harvey Kiucuid Hay, to- Capital Stock MlHH HlTTTA TllOMAH, of IOllirtVilK', in $MX) nml so did the county attorney. A3STD gether with interesting facts in his histoSurplus 16, BOO the gucHt of her nister, Mrs. V. U. Mc--I ry. Mr. Hay was born iu Lincoln counOnk Ykaii. Our readers will rememWe carry a full stock of everything found in a Itoberts. ber that about a year ago, John May-he- ty and commenced the study of law unAttention of the public m invited to the fact lien Hahdi.n, of Montieello, was here T. P. Hill just before the that tht is the tmly National llank in Stanford n Hiirbourville tough, cut John der Col. FXHST-C3CAS- S t'mler the provHilonsof the National Hank Act, l.iht week, visiting hirt brother, Murk civil war. The cull to denixitori are Kiured not on! by the capita! King, of Crab Orchard, iu a very cowHarji;,,. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract ardly manner, severely injuring him. arms found him on the side of the now jto.A. but bv the stockholders liability for n o Iim Kama Havh luft Priday for a Fridey he was tried for the offense and Lost Cause and hu joined the famous amount rjal to the stock, by athat depositors of fot building. thi in.titutiun are secured fund ofloo.oon ' SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. rive sworn statements of month's visit to Mrs. J. T. Johnson in let oil' with one year in the penitentia- command of John II. Morgan. He wus are made pach year to thetlifli nmlition of the bankit Unite.) Stales goverr-inetLouisville. and its assets areexaminid.it rtated tmiis with it on the Ohio raid, where be wss ry. by Mis Maooik Titkkii, of Maynood, ruptured and confined l.S months at andgovernment aentx. thus wiuniif; udUititonM pcrfcit safety to depositors This institution, oriuinaily established as the Mu. H.J. Dikst continues to dispose Camp Douglas. At the close of hostiliwas the Kiiest of MIhss Annie ami LizDeposit lkink of Stanford in i8$8, then of lots in his addition to Rowland. He ties he settled in Ilojle and has since wed as the N.itinnal Dank ol StanJWJ in i$6, nnA zie Munefee. Hank vf the Cain re Mu. .Ion.v I,. Kay, of Huekeye, 1ms Miysthat fi'2 houses havo ben built there followed farming. He is a Mnurch dem- Manlord orcanlimla had Klr.t Natmiial unintri yraiticalfy an in iHSa, has brtlcr ) bfon visiting Mr. Goo. it. Wtmreii mid and iu other portions of the town during ocrat ami is thoroughly capable of mak- tupted fxistcncrof for yeiirs It isbsitineM supplied Drug3, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall now with tacilities prompt transanal); the last few years ami that all of them ing his county a coed representative. other friends here. ly alia liberally tnan ever nelorc in its long and Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, honor Me career Acconnts f corporations, fidu- from Mb. John Hhmiiit, Ju., of Grays, whs aro occupied and paying the owners Jewelry and Silverware. Fiiik. The residence of F.lder A. C ciarws, firms and individuls renpectfully sohcited down Sunday to see his mother, who J. to '2!i per cent. Houses that cost JAWJ he Directory of this Hank is coraj oied of New land, iu tho upper part of the counto JC00 are iu big demand and rent right has been imite ill. I I'oster, of Stanford; ty, was entirely destroyed by lire Thurs- T. 1 orrs'iH Ketd, I.incofn eenrnty ; Mis Kva Hkiunoimi, of the College along at $18.50 a month. J V. Haydea, Stanford, day night. When it was first discovered fifiilty, is out again ftr a very seeio S It lladKkman, I.ibcoIh; Tho Best Railroad Mnrtha Aiurixitm IssAMc.Mrs M. ). Miller, Mt Verison; the roof of the kitchen purt was in fu spell of rheumatism. S. T Harris I.iiice-lti-: of the Gilberts Creek vicinity, wid- blaze and it took but a short time to enZ Mismij Au.ik Hi hhi.ic mid Mary and 3 J. S. Mocker Stanforil; A. I.icVev, l.tkoein; ow of tin late Hoghio Iturrus, wxs tried velop the whole building. Nothing but 5 I.irxiu Carter were guests for auroral 1'. Jhll.Stanronii T S" 3 5 lt before Judge Varnon, Saturday, and de- a little bedding wa saved and Mr. W. G. We4ch, Stanford. days of Miss Kate Hull. clared insane. The cause of her losing estimates his hm at $1,500, which OKFKERS: Miis. II. 0. Pahiiis has beii confined a. o. o .2 o her mind is attributed to her change in is complete, as he held no insurance. The i trt hor room for i end days with a SeJ. S. llocl-- r, (resident; life. She was ordered to the Hsyliim at house was an old one, but one of tho John J MiRrtberts, Caahier; ' I .a (5ripm. vern case of A. A McKinnev, Assistant Cashior l.exiiigton Hnd will be taken over km best built in tho ccMnty. Mr. Henry F. r w Mk. It. F. Dawson, who has been vis- soon as arrangements can be rt tj s. New land and family lived iu the same P a iting her mother, Mrs. l'.liwi Ferrill, rethey nlto lost everything. u-COMMERCIAL HOTEL s " fcj0 turned to Middh-cltorlat night. It is now said that the K. T., V. it G. house and Q 5 n c Mr. New land's ncivlibors rallied to his o f r Miw. Fkank Hakiiis bus returniHl from will buy the Decatur, Chesapeake J II OWKNS, M,naEtr, g n fe. a i assistance the licit day and soon had a s Chlllicolhe, and is phnisantlv domiilled New Orleans road, which it about - Kentucky. temporary abode Harrodsburg, pretty comfortable Hy tho Capt. Ilichards house, on Lower completed between Shelby ville, C "E. y for the old gentleman, whom they O Main". I is built popular hottl Tetiu., ami Decatur, Ala., and which taken rharvro ft t)n E hold in high regsrd and niltiid to ninit in first class manner in oury Miss Katii; Wiiitk, of Hubble, attend to Iwsold by an order of court, with the papctcd anil pHitilCti (rem rtspc.t It is belli o P O O .2 up t bottom, the lirJit'.nc is being renosateil and ed the qtisrterly iniM'ting and presided intention of llnishing it to Gallatin MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 3 t made it 3 leasant and wcrvtluns Jne rt very grncefulty and satisfactorily at tho and then finish the Chesapeake it Nuh cucsts. Thetablp shall nest-- be snrpasi-r- J by hotels in this section. J H. OWKNS. A St. Units justice has decided organ. ville to a point on the Cincinnati SouthJ, S.WELLS, Ph. Q. Proec.Olk. C C. BIIHESE, Jowolor, Mas. M. A. Hkazlky and daughter, ern, ptthsiblv McKinney. Jf this is done that a young woman is bound to re- Miss F.thel, have returneil from a visit to it Hill nut tak.. unirli "W to liao tli t,,rn l,lt? K'ft8 n""io by lier r'JL'ct011 ,(,v er. Mra. Will Hays, of the HryantBviHe lino limit from lien to McKinney. Mian Street, Opp.Court.House, STANFORD. K Cyrus iNnesand Mm Lena Reynolds, 'Of Hie is neighborhood. Tiikv Wkhk Tkiki). MfHrn. Ilnrry a pretty tninden of 17, were united in What to Eat and Where to Get It Mk. J. C. McOi.aiiy has rented the , hvcrsUuiiK is so high cottage owned by Mrs. H. VanArsdale, Gft-r- T. H. Mnl, Frnnk Manpin. H. F. wedlock's holy bonds, near Waynoflbarg, Ifysu want to find goods to suit you, as welt CnnniiiKlinm, Win. Coovort ami Win. Sunday. on Hustonville street, and will go to prices, go to the Tlinyor vro tried at Harbour ville lut Mr. Rmiben Curti and Miss Mary housekeeping. IJ. F-COAS, IS- ction llOMsCiitniiiiim. il. Singleton obtained license Saturday At I'owers' o'.d Mnd, and ou will find them just Mas. II. 1L Oammtx nml Mrs. Win. Wfik fornliootinK as he used to sell them. Give us a tncl bil' tlif two and were married at'tho bride's fatiivr's r Tliu first fonr wen'.HrtjuitK'tl Wright, of Hustonville, were down Sun-nnd be cunsinceC that this it the place for Hoots nd Shoes at cost, loll line of, day to see Mrs. P. W. Green, who Iihb latter With let ofT with h finti of (AOvnoli. near WayneHburg, Sunday. and Circceries, all wan out over 15 liourH nml all The jury Tho rJarrodsbutg Democrat stys wan'ed Kkks. Ileans, freh All Uindsof prixluce been quite sick.. Chickens, Ktesh Hutter, of tli Kaus, KcHthers. most any thing in the produce line. Kvntlenirn wore rompellt'd to that CoL B. C. Allin and wifo will Mk. ani Mas. T.J. Fostkii and MasII. F. ROUT CO j xpuml it ni"Jit in jnil. CuinuiliiH Iimh they'd anniversary of their taar j ter Foster MrAlintcr, went over to o other couple in Saturday to see Mr. and Mrs. nvvoru vtinu't'iincts on nil nf tliem nml raid riago on thellHh. uts and Cakes, pure hand-- All kinds of CONFECTIONKRIKS, in open court that if tbejury did notyive this hectkm ever lived so long and fio Thomas Metralf. made Candies a specialty. A Administrator with tho will annesed of J. M. Misskm Annii: and Maky A Lcoii.v re- tbem n term iu prison be would upend happily together. I will, befure the I'hilips, deed , Mica Florence Cooper, of Imisville, door in Stanford, on turned from Aiuericus, (!a., yesterday, tin remainder of bit life iu trying to kill. tlie entire lot who took part in thefthoot-iiiKwho hah attended several hops ln;rt;, where they spent out of tho happiest JFcb. 9U1, 1891, and, by the way, site is both pretty and months of their lives. Served in any style-Mai- n My rooms arc elegantly fitted up. vivacious, waH married Wednesday to Oder at public sile to the highest and best biddct Da. L. It. Cook, who is attending a A i'i.kahnt HiirpriM) itwuitt'tl Mr. and thoserv desirable home, tninisii' it of a House S. S. MYERS. street, Stanford. course of lectures in a Cincinnati' med- - Mra. Sun WortlniiM on thuir return Sat- Mr. Chaclett Busbwi, of Raleigh, N. O. and ten Acres of I. ana on I'.inille Avenue ef wedding occnrivd at tho rosidttico which J M I'Ltlips died possestd The home ' ical college, was over a few days to see urday. "MrH. Joe Severance, Mr. I). K. The y all and coiit.iins j roomsand kitchen aud the necosat OUISI1IIUII1CS wife, who w sick, but iH better Weareti, MrH. Mattio Xovius and Mrs. of Senator Vance., .in Washington, 'leru of ""ale Six and ta mpnihs, eUal by the dailies as being a ie (.poken-onotes ssita approved security, made paya- now. Julia HuK'htH taking pofseBsiou of their very swell affair. bio t myseil as Aiiiuiliistraior uua bearing inter- Mu. Jkit.Jonks, of Stanford, was here residence, on lower Maintitreet, had prefrom day of sale fit Mien Mary Ptiqle, the handsome W K. VARNON. Mr. pared an excellent dinner nnd invited n this week visiting his brother-in-law- , cm Admr J. M I'hilips with will annexed. D. Fogle, of LebV. Hiley. Mr Jones is tho owner of few lulativc" and iutimutu friends of the, daughter of Hon. Jnlm 0. at marriage Q a number of choice lots in Pmeville, bridu and Krooin to ditto with them. anon, will be united in to Mr. S. . Banks, sjf Hillsboro, Terae, which he refuses; to sell, as he expresses When tho new couple arrived mid took I las the largest and for which place they will leave at once great faith in this place. Pineville in tho riituation, Mra. Wortham hnid to Mullob-erts- , home. Mrs. II. J. an Intkkiou Jouiinai. representative: to make their , MOST COMPLETE STC K went a cousin of the J)R. HALL with be with ut ajain, New Albany man was bore again "Tlio exceedingly jjreat kiudneri? of Tiik yesterday to attend tho wedding. And dtfitver one of his inimitable lectures. We Sunday, inducing tho belief by tho fre- these ood women baa altnoHt rendered down ov have onKy to teter ytu to those who hoard him to quency of his visits that ho is making mo Rpeeclilffla and I hardly know how it Mrs. Jetforson Daws is in a critical know wkatherpurev. ill pay yuu to go. These lecWnlcSifH ind chaste as can be written ill tures are as a strenuous effort to tako away one of to k- - about expreaaiuK our Kratitudo." condition at New York with heart tho Kngla.h lanjuaift and wo commend them 10 bach-eTho other theyounR and old, the male, the female, tho our lovely young ladies. trouble. cvei hovn ia Stanford at p' ices the ler and tvexy class of the community. claimants would do well to watch this Wiiji HowAim. According to the K. W. Row, of Gallon, O., SS Tho lecture is undtr the management of the as low as the lowest. It took Endeavor Society They are ta be ben Hqosier man. from California there is no long- days to starve to deatli, after being kick- Christian wn'i as the speaker, so we hope all will us cited iMikh Maiiy Kay, of Hustonville, was in the S itc, Remember that I have one of the best watch-makerer any doubt that Wila Howard, the, ed in the stomach by a horse m severely tutu out to hear him CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. 94 61 down to attend quarterly meeting. Her Harlan county desperado, is iu tho peni- ho could not eat anything. who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't to term of tho public school closed a week tentiary of that State serving nn eight-yea- r Four houses iu tho vicinity of )ld send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. ago, but she commenced a subscription Bentenco for robbery. The governW. Vu., were blown ap with dynad gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is echool at ouce with 125 pupils. This or nf Missouri sent Detective Imboden, mite Thursday night and several people I have finished my new Saw Mill on the SomerIrom A. R. PKNN' and I guarantee satisfaction. shown how highly she iu thought of as a tho man who arrested Wila Jeuuings, n injured. It was tho work of vandals and set pike. 7 milesLind ofStarfnrd mid am prepared l.UatHEK, SHINGLES, tof.iti.Uhany I'RIC teacher in that section. Ac, at LOWEST deliver, KS. I will sell the lura. relative of Howard, who is now in jail three aro under arrest. u suit purchasers. Give ber at the mill or Mu. J. W. Lasi.ky and family will re- hero, to California with a retpiiHition for Billy" and "Dob" me a trial. l.tolTice, M AYNVOOI), KY. I will deliver sawed chesiaut shingles at week to Parkland, a suburb of tho Harlan outlaw. In order to identimove this cowboys, fought n duel. Billy or Kowlaml at Si.ai per.M. y LoulHvillo, where Mr. Ijtaloy and his fy him tho detective took with him J. A. II HASTIN was killed, four bullets having hit him, Mr. S. Bailey, of Harlan, boys have secured employment. whoknewhun well. and Dob, with three bullets in him, is ajsjJCsisXaJsKaal!&JaaJssWMSBMsK Ijialey is a strictly honest, B EXECUTORS' When Howard, who wis convicted un- dying, ut Landers, Wyo. 1 ing man and his friends, while regretting der an assumed iiuiue, was brought into A storm similar to tho one which A& ot the l.itt ivilt and testament nf ' tho move, hope it will prove financially tho presence of tho men, Bailey fcaid: raced hero Christmas extended Over John O. Neal, dee'd, we will, en advantageous to him. "How are you Wils?" Tho desperado, New England and southern Now 27, '91, (surprised, answered: "I am your man. and great damnpo was done, in CITY AND VICINITY. At 10 o'clock, at the old I.ewi farm of testator I am just as game as I over was in Har- addition to knocking the telegraph wires Adjoining the larm of J. K. Cash, near Turners ville I.IdcoIu Co., Ky., sell at public auction, to lan county ami I never was sorry for Billy. Fiiesii cranberries at I. Hampton's. the highest bidder, the following decri'jed per killing uny man except your two mules." out of tho 02 Alliance sonalty, Ninety-onGo to Farria & Hardiu'fl for mixed Tho governor cannot grant tho requisiMtiln, Woik nice for members: of the Kansas legislature havo 8 head of Kxtra, Feeding Cattle, 3Horso II rood Rockawav Horse, picklcfl. tion without pardoning Howard and this tO..k.eil themselves to vote against In- - Mare, abut 15 IIos, about lo iiarrcU of Corn, to support tho AlliCsvatorla ciirco Colic, Constipation, lotof Clover Hay and ionic Fodder 10 Share "CtutorisUfto well adapted to chiWrea that Bour btomnch, Dlarrbrpa. Eructation, Go to Tho 15. F. ltotit Co., for fresh bo is being importuned to do. Perhaps, gallB to the last and in The Somerset Hanking Co., ance caucus nominee If they stick to of StockFirst National Hank of Sunford, 1 Shares I recommend It aa superior to a nyrre8cr)PUon Ac. KUla Worou, gives dri, and promotea id The however, it would bo just as well to let npple butter, pitfs feet, this Ingalls' name is jgonnis. known to me." II. A. Arciiis, M. D in the Stanford A: Hustonville T. P R. Co., and a him servo his Bontenco out. If brought Mrs. Snyder a Hives ol Dees. I Without injurious medication. At San Marcos, Tex., IU So. Oxford St, IirooUyn, N. Y, Youn account is ready and muat be back either to Missouri or Kentucky, waa murdered by her husband, Sunday Terms For all sums of $10 and under, cash; Tn Cuttacr Compaxt, 77 Murray Strert, ' credit on with ecttled. W. B. Mclioborta. whero between them seven murders nre night, upon her return from church. oyer that amount, 4 Months and payablenote bank in good security, negotiable i i They formerly lived at Komo, Ga. Sny- ami ocariug micros iiuoi uy ui aie. Sunday and yesterday wore as pretty charged to him, tho chances are that he der iBquito wealthy. The tragedy waa Ian 11. iSoi. I. F. CASH. on. would finally escape punishment. W. II. MURPHV . threat. joya aa ever catno in wintertime, the fulfillment of an i.H y m Ku.va Coi'hth in iiile dick of vertised if you do not settle your tax. I am compelled to wind up my business. T. 1). Newland, Kx-.. C. Lancastkii CofiiT. A good crowd to Tho Cash Bargain Store and get 20 centa per dozen. Oppo-Hit- e was present yesterday, but little business of importance wob transacted. Sev1'ortmau Houh). J. S. . Jones. eral mules changed hands at $00 to $150, Marshal James Hamilton, and the Montana marcs offered publicly Jam. Fi'M of I,ancaster, arrested IH men and boys sold at $:J8 to $70. A bunch of calves and one woman Sunday for "shooting and heifers were taken down at 2 cts. craps." The jail waH crowded to overAt the annual meeting of tho flowing, but Jailer Ilothwoll was equal Town Company, tho capital to the emergency. stock was increased from $2,000,000 and n 10 per cent, dividend deTiik Advocate wiys'that the Ufith child was born to John M. Linne', IU of whom clared. The Riles for the year yielded a are living, PJboyH, all democrats. He is net profit of $1.1 10,000, out of which two n brother of Hev. 11. M. Linney, and 10 per cent, dividends have already been declared. Thio result has been obtained waH under Lee, participated iu many faand has a rich store of rem- by Mie sale of less than 0i pur cent, of mous battles the company's lauds. iniscences of his army life. He has had two wives. Take your eji Groceries & Hardware, Of all sorts, sizes, kinds and shapes. Cigars and Tobacco, Meal, Meat, Flour, Lard, Beans, Mince Meat, Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat, Hominy Flakes, Apple- - Uttttcr, "O. K." Lard, Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Coffee, Teas, Salt, Lime and Mid-dlesbo- to$3-000,00- 0 Cement. Cutlery, Plows, Seeds, Stoves, Quccnswarc, Tinware and Harness. RBPtilRS jack: fob sale. 1 , 95-t- b. k. & Tar. k. Tans AHEKT. vin-ith- ij; I Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, ren-so- n g, FIRST . FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING, ( Ijui-caste- r. S200.000 WOVEN I WIRE SIoAT FENC3S. bmik-ingoutoft- he ' LUMBKE YARB.. ' DRUCSatudJ EWELRY HAMFBEIN WATCH, Watch. -- m 1 Hur-rti- s, 1 New-bui- 9j-i- t WE - r n -- three-fourth- o -- f -- he .1 j S icmfort-ablct- ur r HBBpr The Greatest Worry B. MoEOBEBTS, ItOUT S. S. MYERS' STORE I I riAB-(AI- n.-- celo-hrat- o Headquarters for All Kinds of Foreign, and Domestic Fruits, Nicb-olasvil- le Administrator's Sale iurt-boi- e Mouday, FRESH OYSTERS AT ALL HOURS',. The Old Reliable Jeweles? ' -- ht' in the Ler.4. to-da- y HEAD THIS. R. enny Mes-enge- r. OnTuesday, February iot bride-elect- and Jewell y or 'iaiiitMAv s Bluo-flel- d, ITEW SAW MIX!. hae lic-ite- "Six-Shoot- g, er Sun-for- d aj-i- hard-work- SALE! PLBHsssislBHBKSi$HBsVssBHIV -- KvM-titnT- York-Saturda- y Tuesday, January it I if 3 1k ' 1 I e 1 1 1 Infants and Children. Sh-u- e ot-t- d Y Semi-Weekly InteriorJoornl Publlahod EvoryTuoBdriy and Friday SMrWhen not 10 paid $U.50 will be charged. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Kowland at 4 7:00 a. m., returning L& N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 Mail train going North South " " " Express train " South " " " North Local Freight North 15010 1 ...11 59 pm ....6 16pm am time s ijp m South. The latter trains also carry passengers. The above it calculated on'standard time. Solar in 35m bout 10 mtnutei faster mm. fcROr"AltSVM J lilt 1 POWDER Absolutely Puro tarter baking powder Highest u. a. Oosernmer.t all in leavening strength. A cream of of t. Aug. 17, 18S9. RICHARD R. C. C. WARREN Ken-uck- y. Is a Candidate for Auditor of the S'ate ot subicct to the will of the Democratic party. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. up stairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless extracting. Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office South side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. I.. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. A Practical Tkmpkkanck Lesson. Equal Rights io All. Tho FlnoBt on Earth. A. S. PRICE:, Dayton K R. Is The ' Tho followitiK paragraphs wero con- Ohauncey M. Depow recently said: the onlyCincinnati, Hamilton r line running Pullman's Perlecied Safety SURCKO.V DENTIST. ! "Twenty-llvyears ago I knew ever3 Vestibuled Trains, with Chair Parlor. Sleeping tributed by Mrs.T. M. Goodkniuht: Office 'on Main street, over W. McRoberts' Inunit Dining Car service between Drug Store, Stanford. It ifl very cbenp wit tliat finds it so man, woman and child in Peekskill; and dianapolis and Chicago and is the Cincinnati,run only line LL fiBli (l I hrough Reclining Chair Cars between Cln-- c it has been a study with me to mark iing Keokuk and Springfield, III and Sleeping "Jmfi droll Hint a woman should vote. nnall, ea A T?nm. NIMMLJ t If tho wnnts, tho passions, the vices boys who started even in the race of life Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the Only Direct Lino nro allowed ft full vote through the with myself, to seo what has, become of lleiween Lima, intemperato pop- them. I was up last fall and began to iron, me Cincinnati, Daylon innatia. Tqledo De- - Lot on Main Street in Stanford j hands of a i.aKc rtcgions ami nc of 'lhe road fair that tho vir- count them over, and it was an Instruc Ohioand theisonly line the oldest in the State ol Containing iio acres. ulation, I think it but entering Cincinnati over a$ tues, the aspirations should bo nllnwwl tive exhibit. Some of them became mues 01 uouoieirack, ami tromltspaii recoru can Terms easy. T R. WALTON, Stanford patrons speed, effort and a full voice ns an oll'set through the pur- clerks, merchants, manufacturers, and see that thev Tulctson est of the people. Ralph Waldo Emer vers, doctors. It is remarkublo that ev- read C II A satpevervwhere. out of Cincinnati, D , cither ery 0110 of them that drank is dead; not Indianapolis or Toledo. in or son. E. O McCOKMICK, I think women are bound to seek suf ono living of my age. Marring a few General Passenger and ticket Agent. I desire to sell my larin ot shout y acres, situ frage as a very creat means of doing that were taken oil by sickness, everv altd about i!j miles north sf Stanford on ths Hush llranch pise.oppositctheold churih 'I h,ere Bucklcn'8 Arnica Salve ono who proved a wreck and wrecked his eood. Frances Power Cobbe. The belt salve in the world fur cuts, bruises, are about 50 acres in wheat and rye; the balance of the in timothy suit rheum, It is tho shame of some modern dema- family did it from rum, and no other sores, ulcers,chilbUins, fever sores, teller, chap- ol four farm welland et kitchen and Good dwelling) rooms a splendid Hew ped corns and all skin erup cause. Of thoso who were church going tionshands, gogues that while posing as politicians and positively cures piles, or no pay reqmr barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can be given immediately. For particulars. uu I. P. Ii is they reason that because a woman is people, who were steady, industrious cd. moneyguaranteed to give perfect satislactior, lUilev. Stanford, or write the nndersiifnrd at refunded ,rr. ..!. ,ut uMii.V Price 35 cents per box. Cincinnati, Ohio. or K WITHERS, weak sho must bo made weaker by' the and bard working men, who were fru- For sale hy A. K rennv, atanlonl, Ky. llisme remove my liarler Shop to the lorn retention and adoption of laws which gal and thrifty, every single one of them, mitiial II til lam irlparrdto a, ommodate la Romarkablo Roscuo' discriminate against her and are prejudi without exception, owns tno house in tp ti. iiirii.iituai riiiieiiicii in anyining tney may .. ... ....... riiirt... tu...;.i.i til maL.hIi FARM SAI.Z2. ww........ my line. Chiblrrn wuh waned on (.all cold, which which he lives and has something laid statement that she caught i.iniii"ii settled ns cial to her interest?. "nine Jrsr THOMPSON, her lungs, she by her offer for sale privately my Farm of W Acres, by, the interest on which, with his tnl) phjiicianwas treated lor a monthtold her After basing their reasoning upon but grew worse. He miles south at Miiilonl. near the Sower. t she w a hopeless of that !1 false premises they inevitably reach house, would carry him through many no medicine could victimher consumption and sug- pike It it in a hi;h slate ot cultivation, all be cure Her druggist ing in grass but i$ acres, his all the nerentary a rainy day." Teachers' Institute. gested lhe use of I)r King's New I)icoery tor buildings, is well wteit-- and fenced .iiida desir. wrong conclusions. Consumption, she bought a bottle and to her de able iila, e generally Call 011 or address treat If prayer and womanly inlluence are lighi found herself benefited fivm first dose She Stanford, Ky Every housewife can find much holp continued its use and after taking ten bottles she doing so much good for God by indirect G. A PEYTON. ot in) and advice in the columns of The Home, found her.elf sound and well, now dees her omh Can not l,eim healthv f'd simply by the pro methods, how shall it bo when that a family paper adapted to the wants of house ork and is as well as she ever as. Free fis..f dratl, SWISh KAIblbKS owe it to trial bottles of this Great Diicotery a. A It Iheimelse ai ' t iu nty t. SAI.I3 OR electric force is brought to bear through every member. tro; Urge bottles jot and Si. It is published monthly the battery of the ballot box? Frances at ADVOCATE RI2FOR9I Milk street, Boston, Man., has Happy Hooalors. E. Willard. Wm. limmoiM, ptm.tter ot Idavillc, Indiana, Tho Very 1( pages filled with interesting stories for Desirablo Residence In i ic rs .:i I at w '1 I r n e t' e ru l. I think there will be no end to the young and old, fashions and fancy work writes ' Hectric Hitters has dime more for me he "fi II j.i', .J be fe than all other inediiines combined, for that bad And lot on Danville street he house is good that will come by woman suffrage, feelinir itninir from kidnev and liver trouble." in good repair and ontwns 5 looms. 'I he yard it illustrated and much valuable matter for John I.elie. tanner and stockman, of same place, Urge and keawtllal aHj altogether DR. JOSEPH on tho elected, on elections, on governElectric the best to the kitchen and farm. Subscription says'and"rind medicine, Hitters me befeel like a new lier made ment and on woman herself. Chief price of The Home only 50 cents a year. Gardner, hardware merchant, same Tho Plnco is ono of tho Most Doman" J. Justice Chase. litflitful in Town. jut care whethon trial months for 10 cents. Sam- tnwn,satWis "Electric Hitters n don I the thing for Sent w down and Every year gives me greater faith in it, ple copies mailed free; also illustrated er manlive nr all run he found new strength, irood Will se4l er rent oh easy terms he dies, M1S.S MAKY E VARNON, greater hopo of its success and a more premium list of 100 premiums sent to appetite and felt just like he had a new husr on Sianlord, Ky lite Only 5c a bottle at A, K Penny's drug 1 earnest wish to uso what influence store any address. pohsess for its advancement. Louisa M. A Boston chemist claims to have disMrs. Jefierson Davis is still in New Alcott. WyjWT'WiiffnlfcOtMi'frf j covered a chemical preparation which York superintending the publication of mUlUMSK ffiSySgfe will turn a living person to marble in the memoir of her husband, which will be published about tho first week in six months, the petrification beimr comHOG & POULTRY HEMEDY, February. It win uo in two volumes, plete in one month after death. Every The crly reWalle mcJiclne for swme man the first containing about foO pages and ment. can henceforth be his own monu.AT. Used Successfully for 14 Years. the other about 1,000, altogether about 300,000 words. Mrs. Davis does not inMiles' Norvo and Liver Pills 311. F. & CO.'S, PIIKVKNTS DISKASF, , Acton a new principle regulating the liver, tend to return to the old place at ARRKSTS DISKASK, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new STOPS. COffiH, nor to raiso anything on that farm discovery Dr. Milts' Pills speedily cure bilious Ky. torpid liter, piles, constipation DKSIHOVS WORMS, next summer. Sho will go to Colorado ness, bad taste, men, women, children Smallr.t, Unequaled for HASTKNS MATURIIY, daughter lives, mildest, surest 50 doses sj cents. Samples fiec Springs, where her eldest at A. It Penny's. Stanford INCKF.ASF.S TIIK FI.K-,1and spend the summer there. A-o mm Dr. I tigs!, Cfcflll'feL 11 j Iry -- T1 jSf WB t.tt! .ML I half-bruta- l, 1 lw-?,r"lh- "-i- ts . Farm For Sal. 1 I Lfc--rr- .. 1 ul -- a FOR 111 ! 1 DISEASED HOGS FOR RUNT. '1 V, 1 kid-ne- y HAAS' 15 .1 H-- tl a CASH & Paid For Hides and Fur ELKIN hW. For sale by IB9ilD) WM.AYRES. JAS. G. GIYENS. AYRES 327 Fifth St., ioi-y- & - - GIYENS, Louisville, Ky. FRANK MAHIMON. Attorneys at Law, Shreve Muilding. r Hi 'Fl 71 Beau-voir- ir Stanford, 111 I II JAS G. GIVENS. GlYESS & EBB1RQR. REAL ESTATE, Fiiievillc, - - Kentucky. ioi-y- "Yes, we've quarreled. I think this parting from my Amelia will kill me." "I should think you would feel it." "Feel it? Why, great Scott, its torture. She had two hundred thousand in her own right-- " A Scuool-Boy'- Opinion or Lo. Low, the Injien of the planes is a big blufi. He has a coat danc an they send out I. M. BRUCE, but he quits danciu and there aint any triune at an. r,t ne nau any nerv AND FEED I ho would kepe on dancin sanies we do STANFORD, KY. wen the cops como down our block wen ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL the orgin grinder is playin uv annironey SPECIAL travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. or margareet. But the injin gets scart Only horsesand vehicles used in livery and quitts dancin rightaway. Sitinbull is kild. I am glad to fay hn was the bigTHE HOUSE, gest blufi of all. Ef I was president I would fede the injins an then they J. H UREEK, Proprietor, woud Kepe quiet. Some tribes of in jins only wash 1st in 7 yers I wish I was - a injin, the injin most alwais has a acommodatiors at reasonaMe rates. Open day and mgliL Sample room and gxxl livery horse, ef he don't by it ho gets it some in connection other way. He most alwais gets it the other way. I would never run away frum home with a gun to kill injins, i don't think they aro worth the truble. They will all die because they will get to lazy to live. New York World. s so-je- Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber Lands bought or sold on Commission, Correspondence r solicited. Will first-class M mil SHELT0N Rowland, First-clas- s Kentucky. 0(-m TAROID TOE GREAT HOUSEIIOLD REMEDY FOR SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, m m I WOUNDS, BURNS, SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. PRICE box and boot. Send three 50 CEKTS. stamps for freo Eamrio two-ce- nt TAR-OIDSO- AP "bhay, p'leecem'n," mumbled Mr. Raoibo, "give y'dollar'f you'll show mo th' way to my offish. Don't want 'sturb Mrs. Itambo this time o' night." Tho officer complied and as ho piloted him along the street Mr. Ilambo observed apologetically: "When th' offish won't sheek man, y' know, p'leecem'n, mnn got to sheek b' offish. Shee ?" Chicago Ti ibune. stays awake to watch tho man who tries FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.J to be religious because it pays. You can never be square on God's AND NURSERY PURPOSES. $& books as long ns you owo anybody else TAB-0ID ABSOLUTELY PURE, CO., Pithy Pauagraphs. Tho devil nover Chicago, 111 anything. For sale by A R.Penny and M. L, Stanford. IJourne, 11 Roller Extract, fjv CREAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR, BUT EITHER GOLD MEDAL, IDOL-KIN- G or ; V t 1 SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THE MONEY. The biggest coward you can And anyAiih. where is tho man who is afraid to do right. m m Brer Dyche, of the London Kcho. is making a bid to get into our slander Addressing himself to .Inm.nli suit. Beecher Kucker he says: "We aro not half so much mixed on tho tarifl' question as you aro with a certain disreputable woman, if tho Somerset Republican aud Stanford I.vtekiok Jouh.val aro to' be believed. Keep quiet, my brother, man who has ever seen it. It is ono of SCROFULA and learn how to say don't." the mo3t costly in the country. It is BRONCHITIS valued at $50,000 and is now the properCOUCHS ThoRov. John W. Hicks, the young ty of Mrs. William Astor. COLDS CURE preacher who won the big sum of $2,500 Wasting Dinoaces It is said that two ladies were discuss in a poker game at Lebanon, this State, a week or two ago, is better known in ing the effect of the now tarifl bill when Wondorful Flosh P'oducor. Many linvo gniuod ono pound this county than we thought ho was. one of them remarked in a very spirited manner: "Well, you can't deny tliut per day by its uso. Ho was raised near the Pulaski and n Scott's Emulsion is not a Hecrot lines and had held several big pro- the McKinley bill has put all the women's remedy. It contains tbo stimulatmeetings throughout tho county. clothes up." tracted ing proportiea of tho Ilypophoa-phite- s ' Somerset Republican. Atsea level water boils at 21:2 Fahrenm and puro Norwegian Cod Mrs. Lucy Brown, n Garrard county heit. For each degree less at which waLiver Oil, tho potoncy of both lady of 09, fell iuto tho firu during a ter boils, estimate tho elevation at 530 boing largoly incroasod. It is used spell of dizziness and burned to death. feet. by Physicians all over tho world. ii She lived only a few miles from where News says that all the bonds of The PALATABLE AS MILK. Mrs. Strother Cook Buttered a similar Middlesboro have been sold to a Chicago Sold by all Drutiylats. fate. broker at par. SCOTT &. QOWNE, Chemists, N.Y. Ai--- Lve Klmuth... . 9 si a mt 9 16 p ml 3 5 P n . n iS a rniio ij p ml 5 i P to Arr Parts Arr Lesingion. u io p w ii iu p m 6 to p ro 11 .." I.ve Paris" rn i tf a J J7 Arr Winchester 15 ,,ai it io p in Air Richmond.. 7 V 15 p ra , Arr Lancaster.. J is pm . Arr Stanford,. .. I i I' ra .;- .M j Lve Ku'hmosid . t 10 p m Arr Herts .......... i OJ P rn ......! . .. ' trust they will . ontinue to transact their butinets Arr l.lvington .. 5 o P .F0wr,n5",,,r,.rl?,.V.!T'""rUV."!n,' prompt ...en- wl,.o(ie,ing..gd.r.nteefor 11 I (inn n sim auir ImbIv Mitfrtnrit in No. s. No. 1. No.t. banking and as liberal ccuiumodatMt)s as are cob- banking. sistent with sound I.ve Livingston . . S m 1 in 8 0 DlKKcroHs: There is nothing better for a cut than ' Lve llerea. . isij im " a m Arr Richmond. 11 . J J Williams, Mt. Vernon; i powdered resin. Powder it until fine Lve Stanford .. .. . 700 am J. M Hait, Stanlord; and put it into an empty clean pepper . Lve Lancaster . . 7 a m . . J S. Owsley, .Stanford; Arr Richmond.. io t a in box with perforated top; then you can hsiTe specif In f for ton S J. Kmbry, Stanferd; Lve Richmond.. .. oj p m 6 lo'Vm J K I.yna, S.anferd; easily sift it out on the cut, and put a atlmula tlnar (lia bonclc. Klvlnc nittiir- Air Winchester. ..-.. 54 P m j 15 a la ml dlseharsrsa wlllivut tratnlns; or A. W. Carpenter, Miltedgevill; Arr Paris JJ P m y 3 a m soft cloth around tho injured member Krlplns;, suit Lve Letiugten .. J. K.IIaughman, Huttanville; uo p m 7 00 a m ) 111' m and wet it with cold witter once in a Lve Parit P m 7 51 a m, 4 at. p m J. P. Casb, Stanford; Lve Falmouth.. p m 9 18 a rn 5 4 11 p m while. It will prevent inflammation to the William Coach, Stanford, Ky bladdor and I Ivor. Arr Covington. .. S 40 p m 10 44 1 in ft 17 p m Tbe are uilapled to old or younj-- . Arr Cincinnati . a o p m 10 50 a m 6 i IV Ul and soreness. S. II. Shanks, President SOLD 1SVI2UVW1IHKI2. J II. Owsley, Cashier On theMaysville llraneh, N09. leaves Paris The theory that whisky is necessary in at W. M llnght, Teller Maysvil e at to to. a m, andf r tho treatment of pneumonia has receivJ tl llauhiiian, General p m. No 7 jj 10 srv-- i leaves Miysvllle a. jMim, arriving at Pans at ed n blow from Dr. Bull, of New York' 740, am Ne 11 leaves Mavtville at o anil arrives at Paris at 4 10.IP m. These trains are City, who discovers that in the New I aauy except Mimlay York hospital 65 per cent, of the pneuNo runs daily from Lexington to Cincinnati ivo 43 leaves Lexington 10 no am; arrives Paris monia patients die with alcoholic treat 10 j am; except Sunday Ncwpoit News A- Mittistippt Valley Co . "E. D. ' ilniiiJie.io, ( No. 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm; arrives Falmouth ment, while in London, at the Object To euro Kiiinmnpas, Solid Vei.ibuled Trains to except Sunday 7 0;pm pan i, Malm n, i iwpi.''. '..Lo Lesson Temperance Hospital, only o per No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6 00 am; arrives Clacin-natnc s:if tt.it ii'iari i.i.'Ai, am; except Sunday 7 cent. die. Train Notes .t run's dally, except Sunday, between Lexington and Cincinnati. No is runs Sunday only, making all local In a minute, over all the world, about All points Fast and Southeast. No a runs Only one night out Irom Lexington, daily Cincinnati and Lexington 80 new-bor- n infants have each raised ai "! Falmouth Accommodation No 8 now depart from new 4th St Depot, Corrected Time Card In Kffect Nov. 16, 1890, wail of protest, as if against thrusting Li Q viy $& Q on 4U1 below John t. existence upon them; while as many Note -- Trains No i amIFalmouth Accommoda-101Fast.Mail Fast Accom Vn t XM AM Slro (40lillV llrann to tho No. 7 arrive at new 4th St. Depot, on STATIONS. Kspress. Daily 4th below more human beings, weary with the botlli' ho lii.y ill.- - Jli l I'uvn sient. John st Dally K Sun. Daily Nus a and 6 make connections at Ins.Mtittilslo sl-.- o. 2.T-ll-. struggle of life, have opened their lips to ! Winrhesin Prlfi ol cither per lloltio. Lve Stanford 11 jon'n j ay am 11 50 n'n lor points on the N N. ,V M V.Ky. utter their last sigh. " l.esingtofl 6 ij pm 11 40 am 5 3$ pro IMPORTANT -- Trains ol thi. line now arrive PIIOTCnHAVUBt " Winchester 7 00 pm is 45 pm 6 40 pm ,h'' F,"1"' Union ''""nger Hiza. " K. U. Junction .' IWW OfclllUllfiir rlrt- - tt Station Cincinnati, making Sheet iron is rolled so thin at tho ).F,SMITH&,CO.itkrior"ti:LecKah',' ntnor.t. MO, " Ml. Sterling.. . .; 7 jo pm 25 pm 7 40 pin points North, East and West, connections for all ST.IOUIS ..pm a 41, pm Morehead Pittsburg iron mills that 12,000 sheets JBiTWaBW?y?ryS3CXITtf:'Wrr-?- ! jyvyj; gi jtgij ror full particulars address any agent ol the Co, ' Olive Hill 3 ,,j pm to 00 am are required to make a siuglo inch in I10 1$ pm j 15 pm 8 15 am W.L MUNSON Trav. Pas. Agt., " Ashland Clncinnatt. " Catlettsbnrg. ... ,10 4j pm 5 30 pm 83 am b. r. II. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'gt Agt., Light shines as readily thickness. " Huntington in o; pm t 1 pm 9 10 am through one of these sheets as it does U.K. HUNTINGTON, Vlce.pJe,.",C',ndi,Cen'l WEST HOUND Alannger, through ordinary tissuo paper. OKNKRAl, OFFICES-v..- r mm m " nu x. """'''"C. Cincinnstl, O iL (LTu,'",f' tram Tho Astor family possess a gold dinLve. Huntington. to pm 600 am 300pm dally service on Sundays so pm 6 15 am 3 at pm between Cincinnati and Lexington " Catletuburg ner service that is tho envy of every woCONSUMPTION 1 40 pin " Ashland 6 Jo am 3 40 pm The Michigan Central has just re ceived a locomotive from Schenectady, which is the largest nni probably the fastest in the world. I- is a and each of the six driving wheels are t feet inches in diameter. Tho engine itself weighs 04 tons, with tank attached, and in running order it weighs 102 tons. The shell of the boiler is G5 inches in diameter. It will, it is said, haul nny of tho express trains run over the Vanderbilt lines (X) miles an hour with ease. Tho disease known as blight, whether it appears on trees, vines or shrubs, may always be regarded as caused by poisonous insecta. These pesta are often so Binall that they cannot be perceived with- out a microscope. A good method of destroying them is to Byringo the plant well and frequently with soap suds with a very weak solution of carbolic acid added to it. To prepare lime for applying to trees to destroy insects, take peck of fresh lime, break it up into small pieces, add to it four pounds of flour of sulphur, nnd just boiling water enough to slack tho , lime to a dry powder, covering the Ves- -' sel as soon as the water is pouret 0,, When needed for be mix suil ident Wa- ter with it to make a whitewash 12 1 The exe'leme t euuse.l hy tins grent event is riii., e,l Iit tha' p hr thi- - .rrvnt il eoert of V- - Mil.-- . n fie .Yrr nt It speeilil cur" uer-tii- i n lr.il on ensiit enf life, pirn ilui.ness itml im ii'.i.hi in tent. IHs, sleep, evne.n t,r MutM. i.eun ifln psipila Hon, nio.iti y rim, io i W Snow & rn . of M11.1 of i.rrens rie'ise, N Y burg. Ind . A W )lurkl un. (.f Wostrr Tie Nerv lee sells letter thnn nny thing we ev.--r ...lit, mul giv4 universal f.k isfarliiMi lr Mils n., itlusintleit irrat Ise on tie ami I a iri ml tri.ii bnttiH (reo at A It I'mnr'. urug iir The Woritt'rt I'alr. MYERS HOUSE, P. W. GREEN, Proprlotor I n U'i'r J. B. rtl i Tili.lil have recently takes chsrgeof this Hotel and intend keeping 11 at Its present high standard. Special attention given to the traveling public. First-Clas- STANFORD, KY. FOSTER. e ' llogoSBgy," a tor a Priees sj imhhmI cans Sis . St to. f i i and tocetiltper package, lhe largest are the v heap- - at s "" tor ir.wwMMM swine, win i'"!1"'" Sample Room stamp. In connection mmi ft two-te- page nt s Alto Oidert by mail receive prompt attention Zny TlintiU , j j Pain In Dronst, shouul-- r iiikI siomnclt Ankls anoiieu Jlud mticli nit 1lrrnrs Treatment lid tun mi goHl until I Inert I)r Miles' New Henri Cure nut Iti.'sloruln r Snrr Inc. The first buttle Iteljiusl me. nl I v, ss sw,n vlriua Ir cun-s- l Kor sake m A. It !'..... . ilrug storw a flno book on the HBAltr and Neuvgafree oould not sleep oti mv hirt uau derful Eiklmrt The narrow I ml Her Hlnrs. M sitiotti'-rin- She states Unit tmunlit til- - Kni.illy. , sm-ii- frum of Mrs II n, premntiirn short tre.h Ilutienng; leltst .. hut raueh ilnth is won-- I iwntr tears my I heotimn worse. dearies, ol Pool and Billiard Parlors. L 73 M K VI JO&KPII HAAS, V S, ludlaiiapailit, Ind tl KID. Clerk. Kentucky Central R.R. "JILUlfl OHAHS HOUT1C." Tho BhortoHt nnd Quickest Itouta from Contrul Kentucky to all polntn Norta, Knot, Wont nnd South-WonKnot Lino betwoun Luxlntrton anil Cincint. Farmers Bank&Trnst Go. OP STANFORD, KY , Is now fully orgaaucd and ready - for business with Paid up Capital of Surplus, -- - $200,000. 10,000. nati. SCIIKDULK IN EFFECT NOV No J. Seuth-liosind " i. io. i i NL. When lUby waa tick, w gave her Caatoria. When sho was Child, alio cried for CAatoria. AVhon she became Miss, sho clung to Cantoris. When tho had Children, she gavotlioiu Castorla. SUCCESSOR MTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, (Nowclcaing up) with the same a.sctsand under the same management. Ily proviiMnt of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as aie depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually liable to the eitcnt of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition la the amount invested in such shares It may actas executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual To thotc who entrusted their buismets to us 'while mnaglng the Lincoln National llank ol I .. rt . .ins I.veCmciunati I.vt Covington. til 1 Sis J., Sun uaiiy o p rn am I m p m, am Sotprn srtptn ; No. t .. .. 6 m'..J,.... . .AdVlCG TO til W flLPrfl. .... ..... ......,l ....... CZoipMUw 1 ...... I I vi North-Houn- Tiiit's Pills !hetorctia. ;" ,. V.-- jj 1 -.- IMPARTINGr VIGOR kidney, Honk-Keepe- OLD KY. ROUTE - 1 !...: ie - Washington, Philadoiphia Baltimore, Now York, ti -No. ,tp, , ka fc tf y 1"i"lJ6 1 1 ' WM1 1 1 SCOTT'S. M Ml " Olive Hill Arr Lexington.. " Winchester Sterling ... pm 8 47 am pm to 55 am pm 11 45 am J 07 3 33 pm is 40pm a 8 7 4 o 25 am 7 15 inui am 8 10 am POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen others not to trespass on our lands without and as all such will be prosecuted I. the full-e- n extent or the law, Signed. H. W. GAINES. 1 II. McKINNHY O. LYNN, SAMTOSRIRVVIN. n, . Limited Vestibuled Express runs daily und las Pullman Vestibulcd lluffet Sleepers between Louisville, Lexington, Washington, New York and Old Point Comfort. This train is made part of the celebrated Ti7nj,r.Cf.aT,,.CKER Lin-coi- M" ALICE J IIAUGHMAN. East of Huntington l: m hw K H. COOPER, Fast Mail Trains run daily excent Sunday he. ' S,A."t,CJ Mrs AI A.MARTIN. tween Lexington and Huntington. .Make direct WA;,r.(. '"KV RpllKIlT HARNETT I E I1RUCK connection at Huntington with C. A' O. ; at Ash W 1 (IRISIES. ' land wuh S. V. K ; at Winchester with K C. R R, north and south bound, und at Lexington with L ft N , L S. and C , N. O. A- T. P. Railroads. Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, Connects at Winchester to and from K, C points and at Lexingtor. with L S. R. R. for Louisville, Kor full information in regard to rates, routes, iTXinii.f . Ji" -- .B"ftii.iflu jaAmiDnn. , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines aaa ntftvuua UtBILITTi Iucofirai or to Body and Mind, Effettf S. F. II. MORSE, H. E. HUNTINGTON, Ul.il. H.tl. HIS V P and U M , 0. lm(tRXlK,l'!l Ciucinnati. Ohio .Dr ikMi.isir ..rsiii.r noai TKcinT-tvii-..: ' a ttj. W S HARRISON. uiil.rr. so i.i.7Z.a G W. HARNEY, G M, Lexington, Ky T P.A., Ashlan Ky .V F.on F. C,V. O. Route the ... s."ibiJi-v.1iAJ.''A- '. w 1 "ALLOU. JS'HAMILTON. A- - i.iin t inn .... A--c PA, FOR MEN ONLY! mmfii tn SffiihPSi f--