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Through tlio wiwlom of hoiiio fucetioui that "tlio An Ohio paper nnnounci-, short-horne- d men aro in Beiwion nt Col-- hiiiK this "futuru Kruat" has been I When a man in Kentucky to bed "Muddloaboro" mid if tlio now name to understood to lis to aixnify that it is a muddy borough asked to take a horn, it J be an intimation that lie can indicate or city, I should have said, tlio tiamu bo nrofersit with or without u- -' just now is a inuht appropriate one. It whether t;ar, but tliey are usually lonj? and not was my fortune to bo in the Magic City men may this week and when I say that it was Hhort bortiH. Short-horne- d Kuiituckians muddy I very feebly express the true' ' be peculiar to Ohio, but state of case. Cumberland Avenue, the want their horns lon aud frequent. From Our Lancaster Humorist. The B. M. on dub-utnbiiH- ." ? tier-fron- t- Interior Journal. STANFORD KY.., FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. 1891. MATRIMONIAL NO. 96 thing of their investment is to hold to their property. So mote it be. K. MTt SALEM. MATTERS. C W. Hue, a son of Mrs. Vina Kates, of color, died on tlio Prof. L'Oth. John Rifle opened a select school at this place on last Tuesday, Marrio If at Middleshurg, on last Tuesday night, Mr. Albert Lanham, of STOCK OF THF this place, tp Mrs. Martha Ooodman, of great thoroughfare, with $6(R) AnOld-TimKiuiit. Tlie Cincinnati foot lots, on the right mid left, will, I Casey. Enquirer naya that an Ohio court ad- venture to my, double discount any : Ea.-fll- a. Miss I'ermelia Myers, daughter of journed to read the account of the prize mountain road in the 1'nited States. Wm. Myers, Sr., of Carpenter's Creek, been found secret apart- Hht between Kitzfliiuuionsmid Dempcey There seems to be no Iwittoin to any of died on last Wednesday morning, after u uient. The in husband had chained them Capital Stock, S4, SIO Each and why Hhould they not, when they re- the IhihI around and ('uiiibvrlaml Aven- long ill nesa of several years standing. together and left them to starve to of and s i'.jcct to no assessments. ill pid membered that the Court of Appeals ue can show from to feet of tho She was a highly respected young lady Kentucky is reported to have adjourned mimnest mud under the canopy of high and her loss will long be felt by her death. Benj. F. Butler, of Massachusetts, President; .Mr. J. Boyle Nichols and Miss Corat Gen. ........ .....ir.i ,...- - In r. .... l.tlitlllllllt. HWllll .. many relatives and associates. uiauj j..iq..Kw . u.iil fill . .. , Heaven. Hon. Jas. W. Hyatt, late Treasurer of U. S., Treasurer. daughter of Postmaster S. I). VanPelti the Kentucky river at lranklort. iy Ambrose Humphrey, son of Mr. I), at Danville, were married Wednesday Notwithstanding the mud, Middlesbo- DIRECTORS-Genthe way, while the Kainblini; incident to ro still pushes forward and to day there I. Humphrey, of Carpenter's Creek, met and left at onco for Louisville, where E. I. Garfield, Sec'y HenJ. F. Duller, of Massachusetts; Klectric unprize lluhtibir is deinoraluitiK ami Co Boston, Mass. ; is as much, if not more, building going with a disagreeable accident a few days they will visi' a few days and return to Hon I.o'.m II. Roet,of Arkansas: C. V. Perkins, Cnshler Massachusetts National Hon. A. U Wyman, Kx Treat, of U. S., of Neb.; propriety on worthy of encouraKement, tbu liiio attending Prof. iSuchan " " of Conn.; than in any plueo of its size in the since. Hank. Hosten, Mais. Hon. Jas. W. Hyatt, Danville to live. George C Schofield, President N. Y. Contract Thos. C. Smith, President 17th Ward Hank, of of athletic training is to a certain oztent country. The tightmotiey marketseems mi's school at Middleburg, in exercising Mr. Max Manes, of this city will Co , of New York. IlrooMynn, N. Y. commendable. It develops tho iiiuhcIuh, to have retarded the progress of building on a gymnastic pole, the polo broke and wed Miss L. M. Sanferd, President Hank of New Castle, Ky. Bertha Altsheler, of Germany, aids digestion and in many waya con- not the least and tho invincible "Queen knocked out two of his front teeth. ADVISORY HOARD: sister of Mrs. Jos. Salinger, of this city, tributes to health and the prolongation of them all" boom towns is still a marGovernor K. K True, Cash. V. S. Treasury, Washington; Just returned from Liberty, but no in March. Miss A. has only been in Hon John II. Gordon, Governor of Georgia; of Tennessee; Henry Feuchtwanger, Member of N Y. block I. Taylor, of life. It prepares one for the defense velous miracle to all. news from there. County court was on this country about six months, and first lion, ltobt. Foraker, Ex Governor of Ohio: Exchange, New York; Hon. J II . to the S. Printer, of H. bright, I'. K. Roots, Cashier First National Dank, Litof his person without rcnoniiiK About the largest building Hearing bands Monday, hut only a moderate met Mr. Manes here about four months Hon. Richard Washington; tle Rock, Ark; use of deadly weapons, and in that sense completion is that of the Coal and Iron crowd was present and nothing particu- ago. They will take up K. Y Robertson, President of First National their residence Hon E F Mann, Sup't Concord & Metitreal RailHank, of Kearney, Neb. road.ol New Hampshire. if in no other is worth) of commendaBunk, which covers nearly 73 feet front larly done. Liberty still stands still in Stanford, where Mr. M. will take tion. To be prepared to knock an adver- and which is ft) stories high It is brick, like she has done for the last 100 years charge of an established business. Paris COMPANY, sary down scientifically is better than to of course, but the front is evidence of a and waits for somebody to bring a boom Kentuckian. Miss Altsheler is tho very Washington Street, Boston, Mass. 244 o ioaded down to the guards with wea- liberal display of brown mid other stone. there. Other towns bestir themselves handsome young lady who recently visitbone-yarwhere The Property of the Company Consists pons to eend him to the In fact, it is the handsomest building in and invite them, but Liberty sits down ed Mrs. .Max Salinger here. he can have no opportunity to apologize Eastern Kentucky and will stand as an contentedly anil waits for 'em tojrome. FIRST. S.oooCity Lots, or 2.011 acres of land in the city of Tallapoosa, Haralson county, Georgia, the residue remaining unsold of 2,500 acres, on the centre of which the city was originally built. Presor mend his ways. It is related that ma- ornament even in wonderful Middles-bor- But with all of Liberty's short comings, CURREHTCOMMENT. ent value $1,084,76;. ny years hko a bully, who had up to that SKCONI). 1,458 acres ol valuable mineral land, adjacent to the city of Tallapoosa, all located within Mr. A A. Arthur is also putting tho writer, who is somewhat of an old time been tho terror of Lancaster, was up a grand one on U'Otli aud Cumberland fogy himself, loves her still; sho is the What the Kentucky Editors are Saying. a radius of six miles from the centre of the city. Present value $111,900. THIRD. The issued capital stock of the Georgia, Tennessee & Illinois Railroad Co., chartered for It wouldn't tako President jClay very knocked down seven times by a man while other 1! and the purpose of building a railr jad from Tatlapoosa, Ga.a to Stevenson, Ala., no miles, that will net the buildings are only remaining town of a former age. long to Clardy gracious ho was opposed Company nearly Jj, 000,000 of the capital stock of railroad, paying 7 per cent, dividends much smaller than himself, but who had going up every square or two. At the closing exercises of tlio coloron Railroad, the city ot FOURTH. The to tho scheme. Covington Tallapoosa, Ga., the Tallapoosa Furnace, of the lineofthe manufacturing the highestingrade of cold regular training of a pugilist, and the the said furnace being 50 tons capacity, There seems to be a general impnws-io- ed school near this place, a few weeks Commonwealth. iron. Present value $150,000. and hot blast charcoal effect upon tho rulllan was such that he since, Mr. James II. Thomas made a that ere springtime has passed, FIFTH. The Piedmont Glass Works, situated on the line of the Georgia Pacific Railroad, in the Tho constitutional convention cannot joined tho church tho Sunday following Hpeech in regard to which many remarks said plant being furnace capacity and manufacturing flint glass flasks real estate will enjoy another city of Tallapoosa, Ga., aud was a consistent member during his boom. Such a thing would cause a smile have been made, some of which were de- take any action that would strengthen and prescription ware Present value $100,000. There is already located on fhe property of this Company in the citv 01 Tallapoosa, Ga., 3,800 inresidenco in Garrard. There may be to slip over the faces of many a rogatory to him. Mr. Thomas requests the new constitution more with the habitants, 3,000 of whom are Northern people who have settled in Tallapoosa within the last three people than to locato the capital at Lou- years, ojj 15 manufacturing Industries and 40 business houses, schools, churches, water works. those in Stanford, as well as Ijuuuister, man, while Lincoln countyites the writer to correct erroneous impreselectric lights, $75,000 hotel and new manufacturing industries building, etc. CSJ who will remember Stewart, the Scotch- would wour a grin all over their faces. sions aud statements concerning that isville. With this wise provision in it many of its objectionable features would Treasury Stock Shares man, who pounded religion into the A boom about now would ho a pretty speech. He claims that happening to Lancaster bully, and afterwards located acceptable thing and that it will come be there witnessing those exercises, that be overlooked. Hopkinavillo Kentuck-ian- Are now offered to the public, the proceeds to be devoted to locating new manufacturing establishments and developing the Company's city property, at a in California. It is said that Stewart mid come quickly there nro many who some of the leading colored folks reIf Hill lets go the governorship of New neither received a blow nor a scratch earnestly hope. quested him to deliver them an address, $3.33 3 during tbiH remarkable encounter. His The English lady is an imitator of the which ho did, according to the best of York the patronage of that great Stato This U full paid stock and subject to no assessmcnts.lt will pay dividends April and October and the will fall into the hands of Jones, of price will be advanced to $5 when the 50,000 shares are sold. method of conversion was not in accord- male sex to a fault. She has always bis ability; that ho gave them all the who not only pays the freight as received, upward, as is desired to Ordeisfor Sankey, ance with that of Moody and encouragement ho could in acquiring on the scales lie sells and wears a mon- have as manystock will be filled alt sections ofin any amountasfrom one share will by theirit interest in the small holders la possible, who worn a cap and coat like those worn by the country all the same. but it wns etlioacious, men, but not until this trip had I ever an education and improving themselves; ster moustache, hut ho is a friend of Company Influence immigration to Tallapoosa and advance the interests of the Company. 10 00 will purchase 1 shares or $ 30 00 par value of stock. If it is good and pleasant for brethren seen them wear pants, i. e., sure enough but positively denies advocating mixed Grover Cleveland. 0 ensboro Messen" " 30 00 9 90 00 ' " " " should pants. They are cut considerably larg-i- t schools, or even mentioning that sub- ger. 15 50 00 150 00 todwoll together in unity, why " " " " too 00 jo 300 00 dogs? And yet, er than those worn by men and ut a dis-t- ject. There are other rumors which Mr. ' The men who framed our National " not be equally so for 75 350 00 750 00 " " 150 1,500 00 Thomas denies, which your correspon500 00 constitution wero by no means looked tho shame of the canine species, it is tanco look something like " " " " 1,000 00 300 3.000 00 dent does not deem of sufficient impor- on as prodigies of wisdom among their reported that a dog, whoso christian dresses. At the knee the legs are Address all orders for stock and make checks, drafts, or money and express orders payable to is "Dandy," and who is reported ed down into a pair of gum boots and tance to note down. contemporaries, who wero no better peoInvestment & Development Co., JAS. W. HYATT, Treas. Ga.-Alple for their day than our contemporato be owned by a no less personage than tho English lady present a sight sure CASEY COUNTY. MIDOLEBURG. Olobo Building, 244 Washington St , Boston, Mass. of enough. Thank Heaven I only saw one ries are for our time. Those framers of Hon. J. Proctor Knott, Company City, with 6V8page illustrated of Kentucky and of them dressed as above and it wns a Congress, The committee met Tuesday night our constitution whom anybody can price list ol building lots Prospectus.of Tallapoosa, Stock Prospectus of wanted to nnd Plat ofthe Compamailed freeon application. Reliable agents represent name will not number a doz- ny in every county of tho constitutional conven- - case of "now you see it and now you in regard to building streeta. member tion, without having tho fear of man or don't," for she was preparing for a Irorse-bacCandy pollings, moving nnd mnrry-in- g en, and they are men who became faride and it was only from her mous otherwise, mostly by what they dogs beforo his eyes, and with malice are the order of tho day. d aforethought, entered into and Uon the house to where she straddled her Royalty k Mo ran huve justcompleted did after that great work was accom horse that my eyes caught sight of a job of graveling on tho Middleburg plished. Louisville Commercial. premises of another conspicuous citizen, Is a question asked the Grocer every day. world as S. B. Buckner, her. Tho rule giving the Senate the power known to tho and Liberty pike. Tho order regarding tho removal of governor of the CommonAny one wishing to buy, sell or in to put an end to debato was laid aside Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at wealth and also member of the constitu- tents from Cumberland Avenue was any way trade horses will tlo well to ad- yesterday by a vote of Xi to 34. This having been heeded to a very little extent and altho' dress 1). G. Klliott, of this place, for ho means the defcat(of the election bill nnd tional convention, without invited to do no, and without tho knowl- it was issued several months ago, fully has them of all shapes aud sizes from now we hope there will be a final action of the business carried on is string-halteof that measure nnd thnt it will bo got edge anil consent of aaid proniiuont to sway back. Hominy, Rice, Navy and lhttter Beans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni, ami then and there made a sav- done in them. It looks to a man up a citizen One of our citizens received a letter out of tho way of business. Tho rule for age, ferocious, warlike and brutal as tree like tho laws of Middlesboro, as a from a mini in a near village stittiug thnt closing debate was only opposed, just as Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried sault upon tho hotly of "brit. a poor general thing, are very little more strin- - bo would receive a dusting soon. Our it was only proposed, with reference to Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Figs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, , and penitent, though highly honorable gently carried out than those of an townsman says he don't run; ain't built tho election bill. When it conies up on tho large that way, and was never seared or run its own merits, as it will of necessity in Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip of the tdnrtiuiid prom- nary town, notwithstanding the property uient Kentnekiaii, iuHictiiig divers ImmIv of olice tliera to sea that any ami oil" in tlit heat of the day without a the near future, it will pass without Beef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, wounds anil giwhes uon his body, from hII laws are enforced, much opposition. No other free delib- N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c. blanket. The sports and other menof ease have which he then and since baa stid'eml Row, near horn, was tak- erative lody is without such a rule and Mrs. Lilla cxi moisting agony of lody ami mind, in j nearly ready for occupancy thtir en very suddenly Sunday night with a the lack of it in the Senate, which is an which te about the big- - cramp in her toe; the pain increased and anomaly, will before long bo recognized of the sUtute in pnrl rase onto Bvs3',;l-nrovHletl ami Htsainai ue geii tiling on wnoeia. u coiiMiiis poiiic soon overpowered her in a fjv minuter1. as an absurdity. niii.le and Louisville Commer- a 3 f'trr ime to my p.isturn a few week ago a 3 " a .. a peace and dignity of the Commonwealth :I0 rooms and its design m unique in the Sho could not move hand nor foot. Med- l'''dHL'FKR. sshiih t1 c owni--r an xt hy describarraign- extreme. Tho dancing pavillion in ing paying pastur. e and f' r this notice vi Kentucky. To this terrible ical aid was summoned nnd she is bettor 'CO K Sfri :UTI0 N ALC0NVEN TIO N. J H III IT, guilty, and has a spring iloor, eclipsing tho at this writing. t Stanford, Ky. ment "Dandy" plwids not a 5 ' T m . Signs of dissatisfaction with tho announces ready for trial. But not cna celebrated one in Frankfort, and the ti esteemed and enterprisOur much tent to submit this trwws, assault and opening hall will, it is said, bo the social ing merchant, Perry Wesley, has decora work of the con. con. continue to multi-".. y..j i efbreach of the peace to the peaceful event of Middlesboro's ted bis store with a new lot of signs. W. ply. If any delegate doubts this let him methods of arbitration or the verdict of forts. I. Gann, our former haekmnu, lias re- take a trip on a railroad train and talk da.3rS-Mt3Messrs. Zan Trihble mid Sam Bruce, signed and Holland is tho accommodatwith tho people whom ho may meet. It nn honest jury, the owners of these have under the both in this section, are ing hustler now. W. P. Keeney, who isnn easy and ready method of obtaining wonderful quadrupeds inspiration of those time honored max-im- making a good thing of the hotel moved from here to Somerset in Sept., a concensus of public opinion. Frankat this place. The former has last, to take charge of a lumber contract, fort Capital. "Lovo me, lov my dog; bate me, Hon. W. II. Miller made a lengthy hate my dog," shown their teeth, and some 7f regular boarders at tho Cumber- returned Monday to make his future and excellent argument in favor of his forgetful of the fact that thoy are breth- land ami enjoys besides a big transient homo here. g,or b a 1. ren of a dignified body In convention trade, while the latter, who runs tho On last Tuesday night the people court scheme, which calls for tho abolassembled to frame a new organic law of Phivnix, is said to bo coining money. wero aroused nt midnight by tho roaring ishment of tho superior court. During tho land and ought to "dwell together in Mr. Bruce will move into larger quarters of anvils, shooting of guus and rattling his speech ho referred to tho Lebanon MT. VERNON. KY. SwX2lssssswifssssls unity," have developed symptoms of ani- in a fov days, when he will ho glad to of pans. It was n notico that a certain convention thnt nominated Barbour Hotels still maintain This old and seo his friends at tho New Ashbury Ho- couple wero .bound in tho holy bonds of over Saulley in such a way as to call mosity bordering on an Charges reasonable. Sp log its fine reputation. tel. tight, in which fists would play a matrimony. Tho parties wero A. Lan- forth n rejoinder from tho member from ctal attention to the traveling public. P. NEWC0MI1, Prop., Pennington A Duddorar nro still work- ham and tho Widow Goodman. Tho Henry, to which Mr. Miller rather hotMay thosolons at Frankfort E. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Sj.tt. bo enabled to keep tho ing at their mine, somo 18 miles distant, reason the wedding was so Into, it seems ly surrejoined, but tho tempest was of or tho police TOiVSOBIAL peace. mid glowing reports como in daily re- that another widow was holding a clniin tho teapot order and soon over. Having finished the municipality regarding tho precious minerals found. on Mr. Lanham ami would not fully conSTANFORD, KENTUCKY HOUSE, ORCHARD. "CRAB Success to tho enterprising linn and sent that he should marry. The widow-wa- port tho convention is now considering Ilarber Shop on Main street, a Has P. B. RILEY, Proprlotor, I'orttuau llou.e, and invites a tlure of your Tho partnership of Pettusit Zoller is hero's hoping that their fondest hopes of ins intended, the majority nnd minority reports on tho at tho resilience patronage Prompt tooutside calls aud - - - Kentucky. special attention to attentionand cl.ildrer. Work dissolved and those indebted to them, will bo realized. ladies when ho wanted to tako her home. She judiciary and Mr. W. II. Miller's substi- London, d:ne In the latest style with neatness and dismedical services, aro either for drugs or Middlesboro is getting to bo an uiiu- - finally agreed to go and they doparted, tute for both. Tho majority recomI have moved to my new Hotel and am bettei patch. SS'6m public ever to requested to call nt Pettus A Beazley'u I sually gay place from n social standpoint mends tho system of one high court, prepared thanattached accommodate the and every convenience deGood Lnery leaving tho other one iu doubt of his reand settle, if they wish to save cosla. lm. nnd hardly nn eyoning passes without turning. Tho widow ho left with stuck with n chief justice elected from tho cirft. Hivt. m. a e all. FRANK RII.EV 77 Homo brilliant entertainment. A mask close to him and guarded him until bed Stato at large; tho minority recommends Tho inauguration of tho Growers' KstBsVssslisssssssssssssssssV kflhKtassV ball, a German and n couple of par wife. retaining tho two courts as now arrangTobacco Warehouse, at Louisville, was ties aro tho events of this week, wlii'o time and until she thought him ed. Mr. Miller's substitute is very elab disapSho then retired. In tho dead hour of 1 neither a brilliant success nor a evening furnished some- night ho slipped out quietly and careful- orate nnd is identical with tho synopsis failure, but something about last week each Bluc-Gr;kpointing Farm For Sa!o. II 3 W sWTJssfisssssf lssssssssssssssiS"fiS-''- Hj I thing of a pleasing nature for tho young ly and left for his intended. Ho arrived published last summer by the gentle- A between tho two. Though few midway is Baid that this report is likely people, and proposed to have tho knot tied then. man. It buyers wero present, tho prices wero in Very little property is changing Al Royalty was aroused from his sleep- to consume ninny weeks of time, as it is I ofler orsale privately the Henry Hester larm rejection., of 6o acres, nearly all r.ch bottom lanu, ai acres tho main satisfactory and tho hands just how, but it will please many ing quarters and started for a minister, one of the most important of tho 25. sown in wheat; tine uaiaace in gran tho city low. The other warehouses in who put in an appearance nnd the tiling and sold ST2 hogs- owners of Middlesboro dirt to know that was done. The other widow did not The .IwtllitiK has six rosins and t in good re spread themselves HUSTONVHULE, KY. Now that Knusaa with ita 04,000 ell, has been no decrease in the price know of it until next day. Things are pair. There is a new barn, sood place. fine orchday, tho highest prico being there Are still in the business and ready to do any. fencing on the heads that majority, tthat ia befora tlio ard aud of real ostato and that it is holding its still lively, but will como to u focus thine iu the Undertaking line. We hae a full $27.50 for Burley leaf. cash: balance in u and 18 stock of Cases and Caskets ol all kinds and Robes late revolution) 1ms denounced tlio fedTerm. treasury now own admirably. Tho soothsayers say soon. of every description. Vcb. i, itoi. Our hearse, whuh is nearly Piwsossion to be fc'ivsu Tho United States eral olectiou bill, through ita legislature, months. new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. b, in coins of all de- that there is no necessity for a scaro on as It is ustiinntetl tlmt iw many holds in gold mid silver Aprlylo me or .my agant, W. A. Trihble, at Greon has chargo of cur business and willIn show by n voto of 91 to 21, it looks aa if tho the part of any owner of real eatato nnd our coods to any one ncedine anything om wires were torn down by biintlny'e nominations, and bullion, the handsome nil Maseru, y. pEYT0, M D ; line measure baa fow friends. tliat is naeessnry to make a good htonn iu tho Kast. sum of 5oo5,770,S27. k D. M. Chcnault, n lawyer, and Misa Ida White were married at Richmond, Wednesday. Mr. Lewis Hell nnd Miss Kittio B. Nordyke, both of the Kast End, were married yesterday at tho bride's mother's. is no failure in tho Missouri university. Tlio St. Joseph News reports 10 marriago engagements between the male and female students. An Investment ...THAT Will Double in Twelve Months, Payinjj Dividends April and October. Mjrs-r;:- : sir InvEsEment SDBVBlnpmn'E Cd 500,000. Shares 1 1 1 . Thomson-Housto- n , Ex-U- SUFFOLK TRUST Transfer Agents, d o. sub-treasur- y Georgia-Pacif- ic n Mid-dlcsbo- Blue-gras- s hoii-.e- 50,000 of s. Special Price of 1-- Per Share. Bing-hampto- n, o j tight-fittin- g stull-nam- o a. er otl'-han- k bob-taile- "WHAT HAVE YOUCrQT TO BAT ?" A. A. V7 b.TlTl'EN'S "MODETL aftOCKELTT:" one-thir- d d ordi-dig- - j j Oco-Nioiati- club-hous- Bsttay jK'otios. - l: con-necti- .,. .1 . d WbSwM 3. well-know- n busi-nes- a NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL promi-neutpar- t. .. TBE RILEY II. FARMER, ARTIST, s fitst-das- s ie ( A Special Bargain. 1. m 33 f i- J. T. SITTTOK & CO., first-clas- s 4.-5- ea-- if w j it - c ,V..AV. . ..' 'ffiGSi'jriwtac'. 5&fc fcfcM.fe' 4 V1 "7T" . JMy4t"Vt-'''l,t--"- ' t Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal -- Stanford. Ky Jasuaky30, 89 W. Ji-s- IP. WALTON. s l' t ns Altlricli, Hoar ami the other in tho Senate conspiring thought they had tho deadwood ou rushing tho cloture through, they were hy having it set aside consideration of the apportionfor tho ment hill. It was dono in this wise: Mr. Morgan, of Alabama, was proceeding with an elaborate speech against tho gag, when, taking adyantage of the of several Senators, Mr. "Walcott, of Colorado, himself a republican, asked him if he would yield for the consideration of a motion. Of course Mr. Morgan Yielded, and the motion was to lay aside the cloture resolution for tho consideration nf the aonortionmont bill. Several moved to table the motion, republica-ilost and by a vote of I5o to 34, but it was Mr. Walcott's proposition was adopted. The republicans who voted with the democrats were Senators Cameron, Jones, Stewart, Teller, Washburn and Walcott. Plumb, of Kansas, who had been counted against the Force bill, voted against the motion to set aside. It is now believed that the Force bill is dead, though the conspiiators say they will call it up again the first opportunity Bons-of-gun- dumb-founde- d ab-sen- day; in fact while he lived he lived in clover, aud when ho died ho died all over. Iu answer to a reporter's question ho Bang tho following plaint: "I have no plans for tho future. I only know that I shall lemain in Kansas. I came to tho Stato three years boforu its admission into tho uniou. I have lived hero over since; all my belongings nre here; all of my children woro born in Kansas. My dead sleep in her bosom and 1 hope to "mingle my dust with her soil." Poor fellow; much of tho ire which ids course has created in tho democratic heart is toned down by his opposition to tho Forco bill, which good act nttonea for very many sius. Whatever may be said against his nso of it, there can be no denial of his ability, or chargethat he took advantage of tho minority in the Senate when ho was its presiding oflicer. Skxatoh Inoalls was a horso in his John W. Prowitt, a wealthy tobacco raiser of Clark, fell through the elevator of the new Union Tobacco Warehouse, at Louisville, and was killed. George W. Demarce, tho temperance lecturer, was stricken with apoplexy, while delivering an address at Franklin, Ind., and died in a short time. Louisville is rejoicing over tho arrival of fivo bottles of Dr. Koch's lymph, 12J ounces in all. It is tho property of tho Hospital College and will bo used at once. I tithe Senate Mr. Fry e presented a . petitition iu favor of having potatoes received by tho government aud treasury per certificates issued thereon at bushel. Tho dill'erences between tho engineers nnd firemen on tho L. & N. and the company, with reference to a more uniformity of wages, has been satisfactorily adjusted. Of the IS ex hostile Indians arriving at Chicago under the escort of Gen. Miles, the 30 ordinary bucks were sent to Fort Sheridan and the IS chiefs carried to Weshington, I). C. Mr. Cumingore has boon appointed collector in the Covington district to succeed Col. Laudrum, deceased. The appointment has been an unusually hard one for the president to settle. A Union Pacific train bearing troops from Pine Ridge was wrecked at Florence, Kas., and two soldiers killed and They belonged to 12 others wounded. cavalry, a negro regiment. the 7th Anderson's assessment only foots but little more than last up year, although the county has been enlarged by a slice from Washington. Tho News thinks the assessment much too 1 $2,1-3.G3.- The Louisville Store. The Greatest Clearing Sale that was ever inaugurated in Start-for- d was started by as on Monday, January 26, 1891. Every article in our House was offered at and below cost. Bona-Fid- e XJ Of this great sale will occur next Saturday, 81st inst. In order to make tins 1 lie most remarnaoie sai.e tnar, ever occurrea, inourm.ia.st,, wewuoujor the balance of our Winter Stock at prices that are actuallu LESS than the cost of the material. Rem ember this stale s SexatokStani'oud, upon whom tho radicals in the Senate were relying for aid in pushing through tho gag rule, designed to facilitato tho passage of the Force bill, telegraphed Senator Stewart that ho was against both schemes and asked that he be paired accordingly if necessary. ThU is the last show for the conspirators, who have apparently given up the unpopular measures and agreed upon a progratntno in which thoy nre not in it. Tho order of business now is: After the apportionment bill is out of the copyright, the way, the eight-houIndian depredations, pure food, Nicaragua canal and appropriation bills. r, POSITIVELY CLOSES On Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Jfats, Carpets en as in tnese departments must, be cLosea and do it, to ivakc room tor Spring Goods, which are arriving out if prices will dailv. 2,000 yards of eEmbroidery left from last reek's sale will go at fc Cotton atoc, worth. G l'2c, extra heavy Cot- a. vara, rth 5c; yard-widGo, vorth 7 l'2c; Blue Calico at 5c a, yard, worth 7 ton at Plaid Gingham at 5c a yard, worth 7 Cotton ui5cayard, worth b January 81st, J runis, au me pans ana 1S01. 1 .,4 l-2- c, 1-o- c; l-2- c. Read these True And wonder how we Blood-Curdlin- g Prices Gen. Castlkmax, it is said, will call a meeting of the democratic State Central Committee early in February to fix a dato for the convention to nominate candidates for govei nor and other itato officers. We can see no reason for things, though all hope of tho convention getting through in time to have the new constitution submitted at the August election seems to have gone glimmering. As several of the candidates are members the convention, however, they will have to get up and hustle if tho convention is called for May. Tin: Cincinnati Commercial gives him this parting kick: By the defeat of Ingalls, of Kansas, the r publicans lose n member in the Senate. No other republican could have better been spared from the party. Ho has gone to his political reward. This is defeat, and he deserves it. All he ever had the republicans gave him. lie has shown his gratitude by turning his back on his party. The result iu Kansas, coupled with a like re sult in Illinois, will make the benate a tie, with the prospect of a great deal 0 fun and not much business abend. can sell goods at these figures and face our cotupeiilors. low. , The Alliance members of the Kansas leeislature nominated W. A. Better, edi tor of the Kansas Farmer, the leading Alliance orgau of tho State, on the liitn ballot, which stood I'eflVr 1G, Elder 159. The House refused to allow Ingalls to deliver an address and the ballot in the separate Houses was taken Tuesday, when Teller received 00 in tho House, Ingalls 211 and Blair 0. In the Senate IngalU got a3, Poller 2 and Blair 1. This was enough to show that tho Jayhawk-er'- s gooso was cooked and the following day he was done up to the tune of 101 for Pefler to 5S for'him. Col. Wilmohb says he has not resigned his position of revenue agent and is not going to. eo our friend Woo 1 Dunlap aud others had their trip to Washington for nothing, unless they got somo fun out of it. We thought in the beginning that the suggestion of a republican officeholder resigning an office was a very weak fake. There is hardly a case on record of one giving up an office of his own free will and accord and deaths among the class are like angels' visits, few nnd far between. It is said that Senator Gorman's fino Italian hand directed the course of the democrats in the Senate, which resulted iu the ignomineous defeat of tho Force bill and he is already mentioned for tho prtsideucy, his admirers claiming that his nomination would silence the talk of bad feeling between Cleveland and Hill nnd solidify New York. Mr. Gorman is a promising young in aud has dono noblo service, but he must tarry a while in Jerricho till his beard be grown, Mr. Cleveland has the call uext time. 111 j The Forco Bill is dead and so is the party which championed it. The republicans will not do their own registration, their own enumeration and their own certification next time, nor n'mother time aud if the next democratic House will steer clear of mistakes, there will not bo even the corporal's guard of republicans iu that body elected to the 5:5d Congress. The question of securing tho State capital, which it seems is to bo put up to N ,n fl t ft the highest bidder, is agitatiug numerous and sundry towns, including LouisUp to this time, Mitch Alford, the ville, Lexington aud Middlesboro. So who now far as wo are concerned we hope it will handsome claimB Middlesboro as his home, has had remain at historic Frankfort, but if it is an undisputed track for lieutenant gov- to bo moved, we vote for Lexington us ernor, but a new Richmond has appear- the more central aud accessible point. ed in the field in the person of the no SniiE more dohLhI card votes show lefs distinguished gentleman from Winis a Cleveland a big favorite. Replies from chester, Thomas G. Stuart. fcToin hustler, but ho has probably put bis all over the country to tho number of candidacy oil too long to catch up with 100,000 show nearly 75,000 in favor of tho horse that has gotten such a start on tho Alan of Destiny. On tho republican side Blaine leuds Harrison aud all the him. others by several full lengths. Clevesaid that tho Alliance Senator land vs. Blaine is tho way it will read in Iris from Kansas is a taller, slimmer and ug- 189-- '. lier man generally than Ingalls, but he The lllinoid legislature goes through cannot bo as vitrolic. He was a republican before he joined the Alliance a year the form daily of taking a ballot, for Senago, since which time he has waged a ator with the same result Palmer 101, bitter war against Ingalls. On the tiiritr Oglesby 100, Streetor 3. Why dou't one and silver question ho is with the demo- side or the other buy the three wise men and settle the business ? crats. Judge Pefler was born in and served during the NEWSY NOTES. war on tho Federal side as quartermaster. ThoSaviugs Bank at Wichita has in the failed, making tho Cth Kansas bank to An appalling disaster occurred Frick Coke Co.'b mine at Scottdalo, Pa., break in a week. Charley Miller, only 15, has been Tuesday. By an explosion of fire damp souls, were either horribly mangled sentenced to hang at Cheyenne, Wyo., 130 or died the more lingering death of suf- for killing two of his playmates. Mr J. Roo Young, of Middlesboro, focation. A black pall of sorrow covers many an humble formerly of Lancaster, has announced the whole section and miner's family has lost its only support. himself a candidate for tho legislature The scenes around the mines when the from Bell. Ida Totteu, of Cincinnati, has given mangled forms were brought out were birth to an illegitimate baby, which she more terrible than can bo described. claims i3 the child of her pastor, Rev. Candidates for tho legislature are John Schmidt. coming out all over tho State, but as yet By a railroad collision in Montana, no one has expressed a desire, so far as on the Northern Pacific, we have heard, to represent Liucoln in Lord, of Michigan, was killed and tho next meeting of that body. Among six others injured. Tho Nutional Farmers' Alliance those spoken of in the connection are Dr. Green Moore, of McKinney, aud Convention has decided against the adGeorge T. Bright, of Hubble, both good mission of any laboring men but fanners democrats and capable men. into tho organization. At Little Falls, Minn., Chris Ahram-so- b is announc0. J. Wiggins, of Kenton, shot and killed Mamio Ronningan, ed for Secretary of Stato. It is to be because she refused to marry him and hoped that he will have better success then committed suicide. than his namesake has in his aspirations Tho Farmers' Alliance convention at in his weather and earthquake prognos- Omaha, Neb., declared for a conven' tications. tion of one delegate from each State, to is now senator-elec- t bo held Februnry 22, 189J, to fix a placo Hon. W. F. Vilas from "Wisconsin and old man Spooner and time for holding a convention to nominate Farmers' Alliance candidates is in the soap. It has been a long time represented that Stato for president nnd of the Bince a democrat United States. U. S. Senate. in the vice-preside- nt Shorirt Mooro arrested at Coal Creek, Va , tho two murderers, Billy Main, slayer of Aaron Coleman, and Montgomery Main, murderer of Sherman Daugherty at Jellico about two years ago. Tho navy department's exinint at the World's Fair is to be n t .it uum n ttil.ia rill " modern name-snip- , .!!.. l...!tt " tho Jackson Park lake shore. It will have a complete armament and crew and daily exhibition battle ill ills will be given. Shade Combs, of Breathitt county, who was wounded Jan. 17 by John at Jackson, died Sunday and warrants have been issued for the arrest of It is reof Fugate and his associates. ported that they have fortified themselves and will resist arrest. John C. Carter, who was to have been hung at Mayfield. Feb. 4th, has had his sentence commuted to imprisonment for life. Gov. Buckner gives as his rea sons that the condemned is but IU years of age and the action was asked by tho best citizens of Graves county. A number of business firms in tried women collectors. This is the alleged result: Three of tho women married inside of a week and four were engaged, while tho balance sympathized with the poor fellows who had run into debt and had not collected a cent. Kenneth Porter, son of Porter, was acquitted at Paris, Tenn., of the murder of Will lMuiunds, who had previously shot him. While discussing the killing an hour after it happened, Dudley Porter, a brother, was Killed by of Gen. Alexander White, a White was also acquitted. Atkins. The deyuty marshal took his Marion county prisoner to Louisville in defiance of the civil court, but ho was dis- oliun.ix) hv the commissioner, as tnere was no proof that ho had violated tho revenue laws. The question involved n the controversy will be heard before u. S. Judges Gresham and Jackson. The Cincinnati Enquirer says that Passenger Agent S. F. P. Morse will on Feb. 1, take servco with tneL. &N as general traveling passenger agent. Tho L. & N. ft ople have- seman in Mr. Morse and cured a his many friends here and elsewhere wish him success iu his now field of labor. When told that the republicans were waiting for him to die so that his pair against the Force bill could bo broken, thus giving the conspirators another vote, Senator Hearst, of California, who is supposed to be fatally sick, said: "D u them, I am not going to die," and forthwith proceeded to get better. Let us pray for bis entire recovory. By tho report adopted towns the size of Danvillo cannot tax ita citizena for municipal purposes over 75 cents on the $100, aud those of Stanford's size but 50 cents, but these limitations do not include taxeB that may bo necessary for school purposes and to meet the interest on and dischargo tho principal of indebtedness contracted before theadop-tioof this constitution. The snow and sleet storm in New York seems to havo dono more actual . damage than tho great Mustard of Telegraph communication has been so nearly cut oil' that the country at large has not heard enough of tho details of tho Btorm and itd damage to appreciate its severity. At ono time there were only 15 wires out of New York city. The legislatures of Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas, West Virginia and Indiana havo passed resolutions not to appropriate money for Stato exhibits at tho World's Fair if tho Force bill is passed and similar resolutions are pending in tho legislatures of New York, Now Jersey, Wisconsin, Missouri and Nebraska. Tho Illinois House instructed their senators to vote against the full-sired T. HE t LOUISVILLE j STORE Proprietor. Main "Street, Stanford, Ky, bill promising to refuse to pass au appropriation bill if they didn't. The supreme court of Indiana has decided that a church subscription made on Sunday can be legally enforced. S. B. F.rwin, president of the Fam ers and Laborers' Union, is getting a good denlof bu for advising the Al- A. VKIIANSKY, -H- .4.4RUPLEY,- iip, , Fu-gat- New-Yor- ex-Go- v. Is Receiving His liance to have nothing to do with the Tobacco Growers' Warehouse scheme and ho is being donntinml as all kinds of a scamp. A stallion belonging to Will Thomas Goods Wanantcd and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give him a call. of Mercer, attacked n juck and a tierce fight ensued. They would bite and tear great mouthful from enoh other. FinalLa, ly the jack got a hold of tho stallion's shoulder and neck close down to his jm. u 'xv w Witch Inspector L. & N., tore a piee clean out, Hovering the ; r Tho stud at the same stud's windpipe. tlralcr In time land.nl a kick below the jack's kneeof the hind leg breaking it so that CLQCKS JKD JEVSLRT. WATCHES, it onlv bung by the skin. The stallion killed the jack to died and Mr. Thomas toRepairing neatly and promptrelieve it ol its sutleringi nnd to prevent going mad and doing further ly done. it from damage. The stud and jack were valued atSl.SOOforthetwo. The stallion had been bitten by a mad dog. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) FALL AND WINTER GOODS. MMv7V firM ri K0BT. FEXTZE All Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. MT. VERHON.nOCKGASTLE COUNTY. William French died Monday night with stomach troubles. Mr. K. K. Thompson sold his house and lot hi this place to F. L. Thompson Stanford and Mt. Vernon pbysiciariH will perform an operation upon George Thursday for Cox, at I'ine HIU. of the liver. aec-'sMrs. Frank King and James Baker are very low with consumption. Mrs. S. G. Baker, of Climax, this county, died last Thursday in child birth. The depot agent here has invented a telegraph sounder that is a departure from the ordinary construction of that instrument.',. It is considered by those posted in such matters as n great improvement. John Mcl'herson and Frank l'oteet are in jail over old pistol lnciicunemr. C. W.l'iniMs badly afllictud witn orogot hisj sipelas at the jail.- Frank Dyer hand badly mashed Ht White's saw on Eagle Creek. Mr. S. II. Martin has a good school at Maretburg. Mr. G. C. Fish is erecting a nice dwellinF near Buckeye. Kd Logsdon hasj becni granted a pension. Uncle Jack Sowder, aged 88, died last Saturday. Mr. H. M. HosacJcanu iauniy ur. will return to Ohio next weeie. superintendent of W. James Compton, U. Telegraph Co.. passed up tno roau Tuesday. Mr. John French is Btricwen with epileptic Ms nnd is m a critical condition. Misa Lucille Joplin is visiting Eiut Bernstadt and London. Mis. Julia is visiting home folks here. Mrs. Dr. Cooper, of Crab Orchard, and her bright little son are the guests of Mrs. Will Ilendeison. Mr. W. W. Hart, who has been in business at Conway, this county, for the last nine years, has sold out his interests there nnd gone to tho Mitchell now Stato of Washington. and will go Norton has rented his farm to Knox county to go into the bail: business. Mr. W. H. DeBord has a writing Mr. J. D. Bchool at Kiibv school-housBullock has bought a tr.ua of hind from Mrs. Watson and built a nice dwelling and other hoiibes thereon. to-das -- Fine and Staple Groceries, CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. son-in-la- w foritCK). Sugnr, Salt, Spices, Coffee, Vinegar, Cheese, Molasses, Tea, Starch, Candles, I loncy, Syrups, Klour, Lard, Meal. FAItlNACEOUS GOODSt Klavoring Maccaroni, Extracts, ' Citron, Raisins, Kigs Prunes, Currants, Kull Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, I'arlor and Hall Lamps, Oueensware and Tinware. FR-RI- S & HARDHT. - first-clas- s J. llj'ias W. RAMSEY, IWlcr In GROCERIES AND HARDWARE, QUEENS WAKE Gln88wnro, Tlnwnro, &o. on hand ajjfrcsh supply of canned goods of every description, s maccaroni, beans, prunes and in fact everything found in a grocery. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, raisins, &c, in great variety. Give my Nudavcne, something new, a trial. first-clas- -- Bo-d- en J. B. FOSTER, AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER WAGON and Oliver Chilled Plows. I have just received a brand new stock n lSf-8- e. A Milwaukto paper startled its readprotpec-tiv- e ers this week by announcing price of beer. A increase in the misprint was the innocent cause of the temporary panic Tho next uay cumc thu rPHHHiinni exolauation that it was only beef that expected to go up, tho other going down, as usuai. 11 and full line of repairs. Also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, which is conceded the best one made. 3TAFX.E AHB FANCY GBOCJERXES, Heavy and Shelt Hardware, Salt, Lime and Cement, canf urnsh you almost anything you need in the Hardware or Grocery line. r A Junction City, Kas. man has ft WilhJknm.nos' appeal from tho senA FULL LINK OF tence of the Lnurol circuit court, fixing hog 8J feet In length; tho girth of neck his penalty for tho murder committed 0J feet; girth of centre of body 8 feet; JJbw stock of ladies' rowiib, skirts, Ac, in Harlan county at life confinement, width across tho hips 30 inches; weight Stanford, Ky , - Januaiiy 30, 1891 jiiHt opuiifd. Severance fc Son. has been set for hearing by tho Court of 1,532 pounds. A pretty fair crowd attended tho W.antki), 100 pounds of nice, fresh Appeals for Feb. 7. Jennings is In jail hero and is a remarkably well be sale of J. F. Cash and W. M. Murphy ns B.o.WAX,TON,BUB.Managor butter. A. 0. Martin, Maywood. lit haved prisoner for a man with tho administrators of John O. Xeal, TuesOf all sorts, sizes, kinds and shapes. s murderous IJinc'K pokSalk. 1,000 or f,000 day nnd good pricea wero realized. reputation ho has. MEANS BUSINESS. brick for ealtj for cash only. A. A. Hogs weighing 100 pounds broiightS.l.oO; Cigars and Tobacco, Meal, Meat, Flour, Lard, Beans, Mince Meat, Ik'T few people havo any idea of tho Warron'B. bowb $7 to JS; fat hogs .1 80; feeding cat amount of good tho Odd Fellows do. tle 3.G0; Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat, Hominy Flakes, Apple Butter, 4,0. yearlings 3.41; mules $1.18; Yoni oi'count to duo nnd ready, Cal Hkii. Our coal accounts must bo During the sickness or disability of n old gelding f 110; corn in the crib K." Lard, Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Coffee, Teas, Salt, Lime and PI en to member they pay n benefit and see paid on the first of each mouth. nr.tl Bcttlo nml oblio A. H. Penny. $2.55 to 2.07; liny per 100 pounds to Cement. remember this. 11. K. fc W. II. Wear-- that he is properly cared for during his 21 cents. Two shares of First National Cutlery, Plows, Seeds, Stoves, Quccnsware, Tinware and Harness. en. In one case alono wo Hank confinement. PERSONAL POINTS. stock brought.! 11 and 10 shares know of $IS being paid to a disabled of Somerset Hanking Co. 'b stock sold at It was Mrs. Hughie Hums that our brother, besides tt'.W spent for attendance ft Mim Maiiv ItuitrK linn the fever. $1 14, 1.75. The Stanford OLIVER CHILLED PLOW REPHIRS H SPECIALTY. types tried to say bad lost her mind. Jack Hoit is down with la grippe. on him. Their widows and orphans nro ii Hustonvillo Turnpike stock brought .! or. Mn. J. F. Mi'nii hna none to Bonnie-villi- ) Her brother, David Scott, has taken her all well provided for and in case of death to thu asylum. At exceedingly low prices. Berlin Kettles going at cost. to flee his wife. a liberal amount is set nsido for burial NKW ADVEKT1SEMKNTS. Mil. A. O. Ai.poiii), of Cumberland (JeiTK a number of the young folks expenses. Tho loJgwhero is in a very . (Jap, Ih at home for a short time. surprised Miss Lucy Arnold at Mrs. M. flourishing condition and accessions are Miss Kannik Shanks left Tuesday to A. Heazlcy's, Monday night, and report frequent. It owns a handsome building and baa more than SI, 000 in its treasury enter Hamilton College, U'xiiiKton. a very delightful time. A C. SINE. J N MENEKEE Mit. ami Sins. II. VasAiisiiai.k, both to meet euch expenses as those named Hoyi.b county's taxable property foots above. 2 Houses and Lota in McKiuney, of whom hnvH been ill, are improving lloth desirable hornet. For information anil Juixik M. V. Saitlkv and J. 11. Pax-to- up o;U),508, says the Advocate. This DEATHS' DOINGS." lcrni address went to Knoxvillo a few nik'hts nyo. is $2,000,000 more than Lincoln's, alMRS SUSIE I ADAMS, though wu have Jl.OOO more population. A son of Thomas of A lunula-:Miss Minmk Van 1(5'., Wtit Main Street, , The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Lexington, rlv. Carter, of Rowland, died yesterday. is visiting Mrs. II. J. MeKob-erts- . A Kansas man named Thomas Calf James Mitchell Crow, son of Mr. and LUMBER, SASH. has applied to the legislature to change Mrp. U. II. Crow, of Barren county, died HOMEOPATHIC SALVE. Mas. Li:.smi:M. KoiiKitTn.of Hiehmond, DOORS, proud at the residence of Mr. J. A. Mitchell, his name. Our Tom Calf is rather Va., is visitiiiK her cousins, tho Walton BLINDS, of his mime and wouldn't change it if he Howling Green, Wednesday, Jan. Ulst, Cures cuts, bruises, old sorea, ikin diseases, brothers. corns, bunions, piles. fistula, scratches halter could. at llrllO a. M. Mitchell was an unuEiml-l- y hums, dew poison and bruises Wherever it ha Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Miss Mattik Pkabi. Hitow.v.of Ijuica?-teused it bright and interesting child and in it piopentily has Riveii wonderful satiftlactiuii and is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Geo. The engine of tho second section of lor removing soreness In remarkaNumerous testinmiuis will be secured and II. Ilruce. freight Bs Kol oil tho track while switch-in- his brief life of 'JO months iiad complete- ble. appear in this space at a later date. Made will Miss Ida Phkwitt came up Wodnos-da- y ut Altamont yesterday morning, but ly entwined himself arouml the hearts nnd mul by We carry a full stock of everything found in a I. UlorilNS. Stanford, Ky. to pay her aunt, Mrs. W. P. Tutu, a no damage was done save thu tearing up of all who knew him. The blow fell very heavily upon his father and mothshort visit. of some W) feet of track. SuSwliE. er nnd they have the heartfelt sympathy Mkkoiion is very ill with Miis O. Nkw Ciiaihs. Jesse Thompson has re- of all in this bitter trial. Glasgow Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract typhoid fever. II not sold privately, I will or Monday, February 9th, county court day, in the town of Stanford, for building. Miss Hki.i.i: Mii.i.eh, of Georgia, has fitted bis tonsorial parlors witli elegant Times. SINK & MENEFKE, Stanford, Ky. K.y , offer for Kale one of the bet bred and one of 7rhl'1 to be governess for He v. Hen revolving chairs, which are models of the bent breeders in the Staiv. He is nearly 6 CHURCH AFFAIRS. hands hiifh. black with mealy note Any one de beauty and comfort. Ilo now has the children. lirini; to buy such a Jack can call and tec him or (ikoimik Wuay went down to nicest place of the kind in this section of W. Y. Sheppard will preach in address me at Mc Kinney, Ky. Ilev. Miss O J. CROW. Odd Fellows Hull this afternoon at Juiutlon City yesterday to visit Mint the State. limit' Hichards. AiTKiia close rainy day Wednesday o'clock. Tho 10th anniversary of tho Chris-timJiim.i: V. K. Vaiinos went to Somer- and showers yesterday morning, the sun Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass.Wall Kndeavor movement will be held in Having leawd the Menelee Stable, I now offer set Tuesday to attend the special term of dint? out brightly before noon and the my N fcW STA1II-on I ancanter street for rent. Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Portland, Me., Feb. .'! and !. the circuit court, before which be bus air was an balmy as springtimo. It has ten largo Itox Stall and It the very best Kev. M. Dennis lias jtiot closed a re- place in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for an important case. Jewelry and Silverware. is promised by Gun. Grcoly to be fair the coming season A targe mcru at the door vival at the West Broadway Methodist Call on oraddicss M.J. Hakiiis and Geo. I.ee James and colder. A. 1. NLNN'EI.LKY, Stanford. church, Louisville, with 70 additions. were down from CmbOrrliard yesterday. ., Oartkk Ilinn:ii are about ready to They say that times are oven duller in Uev. I. It. Timberlake, pastor of the distillery on Dix Hiver. Tabernacle Baptist church, left last evensteam up their their town than here. Tho Railroad Watch- Miis.S. W.PAMiHand family went up They expect to make only a Isirrel a ing for Stanford, Ky , to visit friends. a 3 to.Mt. Vernon Tuesday. Little Willie day to begin with and steadily incresf-eam well prepared to bore wells and will do the New Albany Item. o crq' g work in a good manner and promptly s c bus so far recovered from his broken ley Their corn was all Isiught last fall at ;2 The Climax says 18 persons wore At One Dollar a Foot. and in this they showed their foresight. baptized at the n to be nble to make the trip. Baptist church ni ft j. me at Stanford, Kemucky. Call on or?jMre Cm, o Mas. J.K. Faiihis and Mrs. Gen. C. It is selling at $3 now. a .2 o Friday niylit. Only three of the six I.. T SMITH. H tt o t .2 Keller, Jr., and daiigliter went to Danville churches in town now have pastors. 0 c - U Tiik L. A; N. has bwn in nominal to see Mrs. M. J. Karris and yesterday I conven l At a union a (j 8. of the K. C. for a month, but as yet m a .Mrs. 11. C. Hrigbt b fore they leave for tion nt Harrodsburg. it was retolved to no changes have been made and iinuu 5 CA Florida. announced. It is understood, however, have the morning service held earlier ; p 3 Q Mk. (i. L. Pknsy Iwa taken the agen and thoFchool afterwards, with the lat SunP 2 " ' In the corporate limits of Rowland. Fund, of Califor- that they will take hold in earnest cy for the Firemnii's ter not to exceed an hour in duration. r O c. ii s day mid inaugurate a number of imH J. DAUST, Ktwland. 86 A vigorous mission work has been nia, nn'l The Queen, of Liverpool, Firu provements in the running of trains. S ej 5 &3 " Iiipuraiicu Companies, and is taking inaugurated by Bishop Dudley in the w P ." s policies right and left. is whiah Wi: continue to hear from that misera- Kpiscopalchurchesin Louisville, IIoiiack Iliiow.s has gone to Mnnlorti proving very successful. The midday a e. Ano O that ho will return bly kept Middlesboro and It in'rumori-3 service for business men is largely at3 o C- subftcribor wnttw that he has only tended. with a bride. New Albany item in other fo't four or live papers from us sineo No The tmstor of the Lutheran church liiiisville Commercial. Didn't wo toll veuitier, nntwithstandinj; about :t0 liave C. C. BREESE, Jotvolor, J S. WELIS, Ph. Q. Prose. Cite. at Schappville, III., has forbidden comyou to watch that Hoosier man? ho can find been mailed him. Perhaps municants to become members of either V. M. Him., chief of police of Middles-boro- . posthis them in the nsh barrel. .Such a HUSTONVILLE, Kv., the Grand Army of the Republic or the pawH'd through this week on STANFORD. K Mian Street, Opp.Court-Housmaster ouyjit to bo kicked out if he Farmers' Mutual Benefit Association. way toSt, Louis, to bring back Warran, won't i;et out. The Kpiscopal clergymen of Louis- Saturday Evoning, Fo'd. 11, '91, tho merchant who skipped recently, leatiug so many unpaid accounts. Misses ville haven't much to give, but what The young people met with tho At a o'clock. MiuT. H. W altos left for Georgia, HaiiKlunan Tuesday evening for the pur- they do have they give freely. On the Tuesday night, via Middlesboro and pose of organizing a literary society, anniversary of his Kith year as Bishop, ISKnoxvllle, accompanied by Mr. K. V. when committees were appointed to they all presented Thomas U. Dudley In order to close our partnership business, Walton to tho Magic City. Mr. Walton's draft a constitution and decide with their photographs. point is Home, where be iroes on n namo and do the other preliminary objective Wo will sell to the highest bidder the above named FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. property. to look out n locution for business. His work. The next meeting will bo with s brothers and friends were very desirous Miss Annie Alcorn, Feb. 7th, when cash; the reirainder in 6, Terms: Dr. J. B. Owsley bought of Win. from day ef sale. will be elected. The objects of the Anderson a 10 hand mare mule for $150. la and 18 months, with interest for him to remain here, ami but for the V U. & J. O. WEATIIHRFOR1), All kinds of CONFECTIONERIES, Nuts and Cakes, pure h md- of trade, he society are the very commendable ones dullness of most branches An untimely frost has ruined the enmight have done ho. of literary improvement and social madc Candies a specialty. Hustonville, Ky. winter crop of Btrawbtrries in Southern joyment. The meetings will bu every California. s "cjt7 a n oTcl n mrT Friday evening. Forty-threhorses realized about THE CQEEERCISL HOTEL S. K. OiitMiBiHO cents pur dozou. at Senator Leland Stanford's sale Tub governor of California pardoned OWENS, Manager, J. Served in any style. My rooms are elegantly fitted up. Myers. in New York city. Wils Howard, tho Harlan county terror, - Kentucky. Main street, Stanford. S. S. MYER bought of James Yantis Harrodsburg, Montio Fox Yoi'K account is rwnly ami must hu who was serving aa eight-yea- r sentence a pair of sugar mules for $'2'Mi and of J. W. H. McKoberts. I have taken charge t this popular hotel under an nssumed name for robbery, and and intend to run it in a first cla manner in every grunted the requisition for him by the S. Owsley a pair of same for $l'o5. respect. It is being papered and painted from ;.. Wantkd.- -- 1'rtsh Yellow Nutter at A. M. F. Klkin& Co., bought of Mrs. top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and governor of Missouri, who wanted him done t make it pleasant and comfortA Warren's "Mo,lol (Irocory." butch- eer)tlung -- . for tb" murder of n deaf mute, commit- George Ashlock some able for guetts. The table shall never be surpassJ. II. OWENS. for ted two years ago. Howard protested er stuff at 2J nnd a lot of Win. Perkins ed by hotctsm this section. strtiot HoiuKaii(l lot on against the pardon and said it was noth at 2 cents. Bale. Apply to J. A. Carpenter. ifBarr, the Middlesboro butcher, puring but n scheme on the part of DetecHam-bur- s Klkciant lino of white, nootls, tive linbodeii and Mr. Bailey to spirit chased of F. Heid and others a Of life is anil linen wlc'incs just received. him away nnd murder him. He is now of butcher cattle at 2 to 3, cows at 2 Has the largest and ?' What to Eat and Where to Get It Soveranco S. Son. Mo., and if and Bliodts at 2J to 2.1X). on his way to Dixon county, Everything is so high MCST COMPLETE STC L. M. Ijuley and Tom Wallace will "Penalty of Crime," at Walton's ho doesn't catch it pretty heavily for Tiik If you want to rind goods to suit you, as well as will bo brought to Ken- dissolve partnership and sell their fine prices, go to thu OF Opera House, Saturday, Fob. 11. Ad- that murder, he Hart Wallace. Ho ia entered tucky to answer for the numerous others ROUT CO.'S, B. mission 25, '.V and r0 cent. you them just lie's T T charged to him. Tho dispatches eav he in the Derby, with fair prospecta of win- At Powers' old stand, andthciu. will find us a trial "" Give as cheapas he ued tosell Uiooi.ns' wonderful salve confesses that he has killed eight men ning. Mrf. J. H. and be convinced that this is the place for evt-shown in Stanford at p A. T. Nunnelley bought for Rogers, Hoots and Shoes at cost Full line of is advertised in this issue. Wo tan testi"in of Groceries, all as low as the lowest. from Col. T. P. Hill, 20 wanted Kggs,new and freth. All kinds produce of Tennessee, Ileam, Chickens, Fresh Mutter, fy that it does all ho claims for it. in the pruduce line. Tiik question of water workH is again yearling mules at $82.50 and 10 of Rich- Raes. Feathers, moit anything B. F. ROUT CO. in the S' Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s Tiik renort was current hero yesterday being agitated liere and by a new set of ard Cobb at the same price. Col. Hill 93 who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't ha that K. W. Handinan, tho wholesale beer men. Dr. Peyton and others have tak- also sold 4 to him at $.r0. "tl who recently moved from Dan en hold of tho matter and say they are with dealer, send jobs to the city. Engraving5 of all kinds beautifully done. Cattle in Cincinnati are dull villu to Harrodsburjr, had made an nB determined to push the enterprise to quotations unchanged, best shippers Aj Administrator with the will annexed of J. M. gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is s c Philips, deed., I will, before the successful isaue, if they can get n partial bringing IJ, do butchers 4j, feeders 3 bailment dojr in Stanford, on A. R. PENN ited and I guarantee satisfaction. iwxmrnATsof this nrecinctshouldbear ' show from the people. Tho doctor hag to 3J; hogs are stronger with select 9U1, 1891, t'.,.i i. : !... ..r.. billed tiDoii to been investigating the cost and ho finds heavy and primo butchers 3.70 to 3J; - that tho works can be put up and tho sheep are steady at 2 to 5J. to the highest and best bidder SatOffer at public sale meet in convention hero very desirable home, consist!"? of a House HRSsflssHHsssHssssHssssssssssDsBssstsssQK Norman Hanibrick sold to Scrog-g:- n the ten Acres of Land on Danville Avenue of and afternoon, for the purpose of main laid to town for $15,000, which is unlay, l'hilipi died possessed. $5,000 less than estimated last spring. It of Louisville, 2S mules nt $105 which J. 3Mrooms and kitchen and all theThe house Bros., necessary electing a committeemrn in placoof Capt. contains would be n big thing for the town in per head. Mr. Hanibrick returned last outbuildings Hichards, resigned. Terms ol Sale: Six and 12 months, eoual pay many ways to havo water works. It week from Atlanta, Ga. Ho reports a ments, notus with approved security, made o to myself as Administrator and bearing inter Sam Gckut, a shiftless and trilling gen- would improve the sanitary condition, dull market and n largo number of mules est from day of tale, V E. VARS'ON, tleman of color, was held in $100 yester- red u en the cost of insurance, stimulate on sale. Georgetown Times. Mr, Admr J. M Philips with will annexed. 94 & Son bought in this and give tho town a day for stealing a pair of shoes from manufacturers L. W. Hudson Sam thought it en- boom, which would help every kind of and adjoining counties several lots of .1 It. Alford'B store. ier to steal tho shoes than to work for i),isiru,ea. Those who have investigated mules, 15 to 10 hands, at $110 to $100. ft'ssBVVVVVlsssPsssssssssssssssslsBVsssssssBsssssssssssss aiTTa.J ,M WLm I m HMMMaKuJWssW.MaiWssssslsssssssssBsMsisM them, but they may prove quite a costly tll0 fm,.H(ion nro confident that it will Harlan & Beid shipped Monday for 10, of extra pay the stockholders and they propose Spratley.of Virginia, a pair after all. for DK.HALI.wIthbo with ui again, tho following ills- - to show their confidence by their works. New York saddlers, bought in this and rr...o !,. The I.ogan'a Fort Spring is acknowledg-cldl- d adjoining counties at from $200 to $.!00. And deliver one of his inimitable lectures. We Colic, Constipation, mtch from Lexington yesterday; "My "CaatorlaUso well adapted to children that I you to to and purest water in Meyer has sold to W. Andy have only to relerwill pay those who heard himlec, recommend ItMiuperiortoanyprescnpuoo I Botir Btovtaoli, Dlarrhwu. Eructation, you to go. These bitten by dog. Wheio la mad ed to bo the best enn bo brought to Dr. J. M. know whether it promotes wrou ,vea glp I Caldwell his home, "Oakland," on tho tures are as pure and chaste as can be written In u. . this Bcction ami it II. A. Anciua, M. D., pcfctlon, known to me." Answer immediately, stone. ami we commend them to 1 Without injurious medication. Oak- tho English BrooUyn, K, T, $S0 per acre. 111 So. Oxford St., thcyoun; and old, the male, the female, tho bachThe answer was returned that town atn cheaper rnto than asked nt nny Perry ville pike, for iT.mrv every class of the community. Tn CKfiiott CottfA.1T, 77 Murray Street, N. had the only one in other town that we know of. We hope land contains 150 acres of choice land, is elor the cider and under the management of the lecturo is Mr. Lewis Dudderar o The gentlemen will continue to work (or well Improved, a larxe, Endeavor Society. They are to be benChrutian this section, bufas he will not let it leave the as dwelling barn und every necessa- efitedout well as the speaVcr, so we hope all will to hear hlin. ,t house, natients havo to be brought the water works until their erection is turn CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. 94Ct fully nssured. ry outbuilding Advocate. to it. Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal Omveii chilled plow points at .-- 35 ccnla ntIl.K.&W. II. WVaron's. ' Groceries & Hardware, llrt-clns- lj l 1 1 FOR S&X.K B. K. & W. K. WEAKEN-- n Stanfopcl Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, , jj, seven-weeks-ol- d - 9- -' KiU1 FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING, r, u WOVEET WI2U3 A1TO SLAT P2STCE. -yr 11 1 JA.CK: FOB, FXHST - CX..&5S LUMBEH XA.H3D. 1 lit-lm'- s 93-t- d 1 i FOB, B,E2TT. DRUCSaodJ EWELRY jjfcv To-da- 77-t- f t WSIaX. 1 M AMFJIDE1N WATCH bohxng Best c 3 . m con-tn- d .Sunday-schoo- For Salo 9 Twenty Building Lots J?VBX.XC SiSXE d f-Z post-otlic- u o Weatherfora Hotel, W B. MoEOBEBTS, e. S. S. MYERS: STORE -- by-law- s, ofli-cer- One-thir- d Hadq,uarters for All Kinds of Foreign and Domestic Fruits, FRESH OYSTERS AT ALL HOUI Tho Old Reliable Jeweles oo-t- d e 11 1,200-poun- d ii in the Lei m - car-loa- d The Greatest Worry A. R. Wait r Penny - F. and Jewell HAR-GAIX- S. . T Administrator's Sale court-house . Monday, Feb. paya-bi- - StEAD THZS. J ! car-loa- d On Tuesday, February I, !! I ri-i.lve- d Infants and Children Cantoi-lncnres laiiL-uas- e well-buil- t, hand-Bom- . t i - if s,y V, V Semi-Week- ly - InteriorJourna. Washington Letter. To the Editor of the Interior Journal. Logans Greek and Dlx River. Publlabod Every Tuesday and Friday t $3$ ing in the Hanging Fork neighborhood. SVJ PER YKAJUN ADVANOW Only Dlroct Lino Mr. Joshua Dunn and daughter, Miss Between Cincinnati, Dayton, Lima, Tglcdo, Dc-- I Lot on Main Street in Stanford When not 10 paid $2.60 will be charged." Ella, of Bryantsville, wero with relatives iron, me i.ase regions anu i.anaua. the State ol The road is ne of the oldest in Containing tio acres hero Tuesday. Mr. B. F. Holtzclaw is Ohioand the only line entering Cincinnati over 35 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. miles of double track, and from us past record can jLAi I mXjXiSSrFmiCJL T R WALTON, Stanford. uacic irom UKiauoma, wncro no was more than assure its patrons speed, comfort and Terms easy. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning safety run by the Indians. Miss Mollie Beaz-Ie- y Ticketson sain everywhere, and see that they at SUSP-""returned from a brief visft to Miss read C , II .VI)., either in or out of Cincinnati, LOCAL TIME CARD. L.&N. Indianapolis or Toledo. Bettie Featherson, of Lexington. Wo E. O McCOKMlCK. 30 am Mail train going North General Passenger and Ticket Agent. I desire to sell my larm ol about ijo acres, 16 pm are indeed glad to note that all our sick, douin.,,,. about HJ miles north of Stanford on tht Express train " South i!59Pni B. W. Gaines, William Perkins, William Rush llranch pile, opposite the old church There . 111 am North Bucklen's Arnica Salve in are about 30 acres... . wbuat and rye; the balance m Local Freight North The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, ..r.i.- - r .635 Logan, Mrs. W. E. Anions and Jon Hout. .i.t.n,ku .w. u.i,,iik ui ,11c latHII we,, ,l II.,!. i.v.i.j. rc...i .i..iii.. sores, ukers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapbouth. ..JiiPm n an. f ?.... ..! .. .ntiiuiu sw ..!.. II. I u Miss Alice Benzley and P. S. W. Robin- ped hands, chilblain., mm, and all skill erutl vi mill icum. anu The latter trains also carry passengers. barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can lions anil positively cures piles, or no pay reuir j is calculated on standard time, Solar The above Miss Lizzie ed. It is guaranteed to son, are convalescing. ror particulars, J.I'. eive perfect tatiifactior, Je given immedial time is about 10 minutes Taster lf'l'Yt iifc.rmi 4.n it Gooch has been visiting at Hubble. or money refunded. Price 15 cents per box. Cincinnati, xn,' or write ineK. nnucrsigneti at WITHERS. Ohio. p0r sale oy A K. rennv, swntoru. sy. Secy. J. F. Grant, of the Middlesboro llavinp removed my Parber Shop lo the Com lemal Hotel, am prt ..arrd lo a. commodate laTho Pulpit nnd tho Stftffo. Iron Factory, was the guest of Miss .. ,1..- ii .: anyining iney may uK,..ntiui - gruiirmcuren inmiso . Rev F. M Slmnft, Pastor United States llreth SALE. FARM e wish in my line Spencer. Mr. J. A Dudderar, our waitetl on. all ren Church, lllue Mound, Kan. , says "I leel it "il lue JIsbK THOMPSON. Gilberts Creek correspondent for my duty lo Ml what wo.iilcts Dr King's New Dis I nfler Farm nf InCoinmerilal Hotel. coery has done lor me My lungs were badl) Jl, miles for saleolprivately my near the 85 Acres, MROYALJtWvl SUnfnrd, Somerset south I the Central Record, accompanied by his tliea-ed- , and my parishioners thought I imild pike It It in a high st.ite ol niltlvation, all be I took Dr. visiting in Upper live only a few weeks. and am five bottles of well, mg in grass but 15 at re, has all the iietewury handsome wife, was sound and MrLVL. Kin' New I) in o very buildings, is well watered and fenred atldadesir. Garrard tho lirst of tho week. Mr. J. aginmg 1 pounds in weight." Call on or address treat able plaie generally I have fmwheil my new Saw Mill on the SomerLose, Manager l.or'i Funny Polk's btantord, Ky Arlhu W. Adams has moved his family to Combination, writes: "After a tnormigh trial set pike. 7 miles Irom Slanlonl and am prepared G. A 1'KY'ION. 10 furnish ativktiul ..f II.MI1KK, hlllNoLKS. Dr Rowland. Mr. J. E. Rout spent first of and innvimintj evidence, am confident that Vm Ar ,at LOW ISI PRICKS s New Discovery tor Consumption beats will sell the lumt Kme berat the mill 01 deliver, .suit punhasers. Give week in Louisville. Miss Dora Spoono-mor- e all, in. cures when everything ilse talis. The SAL.I2 OR me a trial Pot,.in. e. MA WOOD, KY kindness can Jo my many thousand gave progressive game of Tiddle-dI will .lehvcr awed country." lends is to urge them to try It " Free trial boteitnul shingles at Stan, furd or lto land at it per M to her friends a lew days ago. tles at A K.Penny's Drug Store. Regular sues Winks The republicans profess to believe that A II HAS II N on. jo els and The Very Desirable Rcsidenco s) r the action of tho legislatures in some of About Hi Indian ponies passed up the Spoclinon CaaoB. lot on And the Southern States in refusing to con- Creek Tuesday. We did not ask the S II Clifford, New Casicll, Wis , was troubled in good repair and Danville street The bouse is mntains 5 rooms The yard is for man where they were going, but we with neutalgia and rheumatism, hi. MiMiach wits large and beautilul aaJ altogether sider bills making appropriations disordered his liver was atfected to an alarming State exhibits at tho World's Fair while presume from their looks they wore degree, appetite fell away and hti was terribly re Tho Plnco Is ono of tho Most ncsn Can not 1et iHiie healthy food simply by the prothe Force bill is pending, is a blulV, but going to the bono yard. Our prognosti-- - duced in Hitters anu strengtn. Three bottles of in Town. cured him. F.lcctru ressol death . SWINK iiAisni owe cator, Prof. John Smith, was asked a few Kdward Shepherd. Hsrritbimr. Ill had a run- it is easy to see that it has greatly discontnesnielves aniito soiiety lo Will sell or rent on easy term standing. Used bis leg ot ning days ago why tho ice spell did not come three sore on of Klectnceight yearsand set en base MISS MARY K VARNON, certed them, and they are receiving hun Hitters bittlo Stantord, Ky. ADVOCATK A cream of tarter baking- powder. Highest of dreds of letters every day from their as he predicted, when he replied that it of llucllen's Arnica Salve and his leg is sow nil and well John Speaker, Catawba. Onto, bad all in leavening strength. U. S. Government ReIII swine mum.: that will prom 'te the public demanding that was not cold enough, but it was due five lar;e fever sores on bis leg, doctors said he commercial constituents port. Aug 17, 1889. was insurable One bottle Kltctric Miners and htillti J be fed gtah the Force bill be abandoned, but they here. Miss Becca Spoouatnore asks to one b lluklen s Arnica Salve cured him entireR. Penny's drugstore). from two cows she ninths ty Sold at still persist in going ahead to their own announce that C. DR. HAAS -$70 worth of butter last year. If this destruction. KenYou have only to Niy that a woman is Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ol can be headed hold up your right hand. pretty to have some to the will of the Democratic party. tucky, subnet Mr. Morton has allowed himself to be one else in the made the tool of the radical republi- Miss Pattie Willis, of Richmond, was crowd say: "Yes, but she hasn't much R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. cans and by making a number of arbi- the guest of tho Misses Benzley on Sun- sense!" Atchison Globe. .AT.. trary and unjust decisions ho has ena- day and Monday. Miss Nannie Walter DENTIST. Miles' Norvo ivnd Llvor Pllln gag to get the cloture has returned after a visit to friends in bled the F. IN & CO.'S, Acton a Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, rule before the Senate, and they are conLancaster. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Adkins slomsch andnew principle - regulating theA liver, bowels thtough the tierses. new up stairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless Dr. cure biliousfidently counting upon similar rulings to have moved in with Mr. A. F. Moberly discovery tsste, Milts' Pills speedily censtipatlou torpid liter, piles, ness, bail "'""'STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Ky. Walter Holtzclaw sold Uncqualed for men, women, children Smallett, get it adopted, and there is no indication on C. 0. pike. I). Wearen at mildest, surest 30 doses 13 cents. Samples free several tons of hay to Geo. that they will be disappointed. Penny's, Stauford at A. HOG & P0TJLTEY KEKEDY, DR. W. B. Tho Confederation of Industrial Or 5o cents per hundred baled. A. A. of Danville, Geo. T. McRoberts, of The only relU' le medicine for twine rnlltiri-- in i.tce. ganizations, which met here last week, Rice, People In Imsinrss, In tajoy wi Brodhead, and E. F. Gaines, Lower Gar- monlity. fn.l elected Benjamin Terrell, of Texas, presP. W QREBN, Proprlotor 11 Used Successfully for 14 Years. m hi.ifiinr., nnd In Office South side Main street, in office recently (j.. ri Miss Lucy health. A w n u "s'lspecUtil 0fi. ident and J. W. Hayes, of Pennsylvania, rard, were here Saturday. vacated by Dr. L. K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. th- - Ii.m cnusoof f.Mlurr M lit, l'RKVKNIS DISKASK, dos not Arnold, of Garrard, is expected I have reiently takea charje of this circu ftle properly in ih ium :., hs pn JAS. G. GIYENS. secretary and treasurer. It also adopted WM. AYRES. AKRISTS DISWSi; of lirfiin. uttiiMia etc hi itie iiram, itUf. Hotel and intend ktrpinKilat Its present high as its national platform nine demands, Wednesday, to visit Mitts Laura Benzley. ties, STOIS COL'C.H, rtr In the nch nine), standard. Special attention Riven ta the Irately & tho most of which every good democrat Mrs. W. F. Eubanks will begin a sub t'."Un. imligfM on,t I..imIi.i s et .in he liver, public. DESTROYS WORMS. toniiiiti, run ion, ric ':i n IIASTKNS MATURITY, ran endorse without stretching his con scription school first of Fobruary at her hoiin'i r .iml tlotimew ean ' nr thr ir e't sld First-Classtrum Attorneys at Law, s Kor nil thoe INCKKASRS THE FI.ESII science in tl.o least. For instance, free homo on Lancaster pike. Squire Ellis, Ihe heart and h.h1..i1ks Dr Mi i Ner urSotd. fr luug is the lwt - - Louisville, Ky. 327 Fifth St., I'mny' coinage, the prohibition of aliens own- of Hustonville, has accepted tho posi- ruurisntoi.il and n couinpi Jo.l by a. Kor sale by In connection Also 'rrentiM' free ing lands, opposition to using taxation tion of storekeeper at Traylor's distilShreve Building. An Important .Matter. Pool and Billiard Parlors. ioi.yr to build up one class at the expense of lery in J. II. S trope's place. Mr. Wil Dr.iggls.f, ove ywiie,r ropiri Mmt the sales of I.. M. RKID.CIeik u nrro food unit FRANK MAR1MON. another, limiting tho revenues of the liam Logau, who suffered such a painful mo nrsior.il JAS G. GIVENS. STANFORD, KV. tnedlc nr arn iiiluiiisliin; illnj anr 'hlng 73 t accitlent a few days ago, wo are pleased they ever had. whik- It ifives uinvcri.nl satUfac-tltgovernment to ita necessary expenses. I'rkes. ) puBd cans Si, co. Jyi,liMn.l GIVERS & RBBIRQU. In hoik 'urlif n rvmiinr-s..rpplessnass, jo cents pr rMckagc. The largest are the cheapState and national supervision of the to Bay, is improving. sexual iloliblly, buckaebo, poor memory, tits. Co. est. lor tet4nnU1s tr I llurton A On.. Troy. N V , di7zinos. REAL- estate, Write means of public communication and the "Hocolncy." a pajo Ambory k M irjihy, of Cr'-Mich.; C HUBBLE. pamphlet an twine, will be mailed for a ft 11. Woodsvorlh, A Co, of Fort Wayne, Inil, OK STANKORD, KV , election of U. S. Senators by direct vote and - stamp. hunilrrds of otnors stutei that lliey never ban Orders by tiH relve prsxnpt attention of tho people, and of president and S. Dunbar sold about 100 barrels of died nnv tncdlciiio which sold ao rapidly, or It now fully orsanued and ready for busiaess with Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber Lands bought gate such satisfaction. Trial bottles ol this JOSKI'H HAAS, V J., by a popular vote. corn in the pen to D. N.jl'rewitt for $2.50. Kres.t medlolnn anU book on Nervous Dleaes. or sold on Commission, Correspondence lodiaiiapolis, Ind r fcoo at A. U. 1'enuy's, who Guarantees solicited. $200,000. vj Paid up Capital of aaj Tho confederation took no formal ac Sam Eii",leman sold his shoats, weivrhiiiK rccommenas 11. 15,000. Surplus, . - - tion towards the formation of a new po- about 100 pounds to Ben Robinson at 91. BRUCE, litical party and I do not regard it as 2J. Wesley Eubanks sold to Will White SUCCESSOR ta THK LINCOLN NATIONAL probable that they will in the future, be one pair of work mules for W. HANK OK STANFORD. FEED i u-- r jo." "iiiutio cause, from talks with the delegates, I II. Underwood's house was robbed of When lUby sraa aide, wo gave her Caxtorta. (Now cleainc up) with the same assets and under Tho ShortuHt nnd Qulclcoot Routo from STANFORD, KY. am satisfied that a great majority of them about $S. La grippe anion tho rich the same management. When he waa a Child, aho criod for CoatorU. Contral Kuntticlcy to nil polnta North, believe that the democratic party will and bad colds among the poor class, beIly provisions of its chatter, depositors are as SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL Vhon sho became Miss, sha clung to Caatoria. as aie depositors in National fully Emit, Wont nnd" South-Wotf- t. Pnut care of their interests and that they ing tko same disease, are about to give travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. take Lino botweon LuzlnKton nnd Olncln-nnt- l. When ihe bad Children, alio gave them Caatorla. Hanks, its shareholder beinc held individusllv Only lialilo ta the eitenl of the amount of their stock horses aud vehicles used in livery will use their influenco to have all memthis community and all its vicway in therein at the par value tlierrot, in addition la tilt bers of industrial organizations support tims are now improving. Patterson Unamount invested in such shares ll may act at SCHEDULKIN KKKECTNOV 16, iS. etciutor administrator, trustee, Ac., as fully at THE SHELTON HOUSE, the national democratic ticket next derwood killed two rabbita at ono shot an individual ' year. To thu.e who entrusted their buisitiess la us NoN"' 3 No 6 with a ritlo. Where is Fount Myers. while mnaciHK the Lincoln National Rank ol Speaker Reed is doing his level best J. H OREER Proprietor, IK YOl" ARE GOING- - .. thanks and Stanford, we we here legileroor manv Sun. Mrs. J. 1. Wand wns taken very sick Dtlly Ks Sun to gag the democrats of the House and trust they will .ontiaue to transact their busntvss I.ve 8 la Cincinnati Tuesday. H. L. Hubble returned from on p m "i p m - nil us, onnn as a guarantee lur pramtH attenon is only prevented from going to greater Covington.... a is 8 08 o m' tion to tsmc. our twenty years' riperiesce in Lve r aMstotitii ' 5x p m South S.tturday antl reports the the I.v g 16 p m J pm 94 banking and at liberal accoHitnodatiots as are First tlas3 accjmrr.oJatlo'S at rca;os a' !e rates. extremes by tho absence of a republiid Arr Paris ! 11 p m1 J 16 P ro THK. with sottnd bankia. mulo market low for common mules. Open day and tiig'it Sample room and jjicdliury j 10 pns.il w P m J; Arr Lemgio P m can quorum. He is trying to railroad in connection litHrcTons: Hro. Montgomery will preach at Ihe a 1? I.ve Parts. m lis; p m! appropriations bills through so as to school-housthe J. J Willsams, Ml. Veroon ; ns 615,-Air Winchester.. is i Mo EuSunday night. Arr ltKhasofld... iS p mi...... J. M. Mail, SLMHsfd; have a clear track when tho Force bill banks is talking of going to Hot Springs Arr Uaocsstor... II 10 P J. S. Owsloy, nanfd ; comes over with the Senate amendments, Arr Stanford, 4S p in). S. J. Ksabry, S4aford ; with u. i Bright when ho goes to join rTRlciiasoaid 10 p ml. ....... if it ever doe". He isn't succeeding very J. K I.yHM, Statifard ; his wife, soon. It is to be hoped that a Arr Hroa. 05 p ml well, and will not, unloes ho gets that reA. W. CarpHo-- , Mllmstvtll; Arr l.trinctn .: i couple of weddings can bo rejiorted LouiaviLLC a Nashville R. r. J. K.Hatswsstsmsi, HsstlMvHle; publican quorum, and keeps it. TOE GREAT HOrstUOLD REMEDY FOU from Hubble in about 10 days. Turlmps No. j. No. 1. K. Ca.4Jwfo1i No. J. Jt begins to look as though Iho hilver ava earaa i m WiUtata Gawcli, StswfeH, Ky. Is the line fur you, as its more may fII into ranks by that time. pool investigation would turn out to be t.v I.iviaato tf Sw S.H. SiuwM, r'roMtioi.t. mnlxm mSuidsI MtSLoBrndl ffteSsse' S taunt to 15 a m I.ve Kim I2 Xlaily the iiMial republican congretsional farce, Colored Department. J H. Owsley, Cashier Arr Rsehsssoad.. n (I a . ? SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, 'i at V. M Bright, Teller an that Senator Cameron, who has adI.vc Suafeitt Elder (i. II. Burkes, r. h. of the DanMake c'ose connections 7 o a m SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. Lve Lancaster 1 o a m J II Hauhinau Z4Z mitted his guilt, would bo made the ville district, held his quarterly K11 hmood. Air 10 i a la PRJCE 50 CENTS. scape-goat- . It is stated, and generally meeting at the Metnodist church Sun- LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Lve Kli hmnsid. OS p "fTcTa m Arr Wim hotter. cnt fctam''s for freo sam?l0 beIieVK(i nortJi t,,at Ir- - Jeel n"'1 o1''1,1" day. Ho preached three vry lino l For all iMmU 7 15 am Air Paris book. 3J p m 7 4I a m meeting jmsjiesl oil grandly. THROUl.H TICKETS SOLD. prominent republicans are using their The Lve Lexiugtoa w I' "i j M a in t P m Lve Pant 1IAGGAGE CHKCKKD TIIKOt'OH pm 7 51 a m a p m iiilluence upon the individual members He delivered a very interesting lecture Newport News A Mitsits.ppi Valley Co , "K D. ' Lve Falmouth..... Ml p in 9 18 a m 5 I 11 P m of the committee to prevent their exert-- i on the moral condition of the colored Arr Covington. For any infnrmation emiuire of S 40 p at 10 44 a in 6 rains in noim vestiouiru p m AP Be-OIDSOArr Cincinnati J A. CAKI'ENTLR, Aijeiu, jo p m 10 50 am 6 if I' in 4 ing themselves to find out who has been race under the caption of the Duty of Or Philadelphia Stanlord. Kv. :.. i rpi W. W PENN, Trav. Pass ABent. n. nn,,.Li:... - :i.. On iheMaysville Hranch.Xe 9. leaves Paris at OJ'csiuiuuiiK hi oiivrr. J.uriu la uiau iUUK Parents to Children, antl from what wo Baltimore, Now York, Junciion C ty, Ky. A15oULUliLl JrURE, 'about some democrats doing tho same hear of tho people in their talks wo be, iiu 7 5Jf p m. no, All points East and Southeast. 10 Only one night out Irom Lexington. leaves Maysville al s 20 a in. jfrivmt. t l... . FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH,T ' tuinK- - T,'i9 is U Jead wrong, if true. lieve it has produced n good ell'ect 740, am No 12 leaves M,...ill. .. NATIONAL BANK Corrected Time Card in Effect Nov 16, 1890. arrives at Paris at 4 io,p ,n. These iraint arej AND NURSERY PURPOSES. "?m If an? Benntor or representative, bo ho among them. daily except Sundav. was No K runs dally from Leiington to 0r TAR-0IRev. Weathers, of Indianapolis, '' de'"0(:rat or ropbllcan, has CO., CMcapo Til OK STANFORD, KV. FastMail Accom. Fast o, 4j leaves Lesington 10 00 am: Cincinnati. ' been speculating in silver, while hills af- - in town Sunday and preached quite an arrivct Parit Express Daily STATIONS. 10 45 am, except Sunday For sale bv A K. Penny and M. L. Ilr.urne, fectiiiir the market nrice of that metal - 'DaiIy. Ex Sun. Daly 7 No 8 leaves Cincinnati 5,0 pm; arrives Falmouth interesting 6ermon to a largo congregaStanford 95Pmj except Sunday Lve Stanford 11 50 n'n j 37 am 11 so n'n were pending, let him bo exposed. The tion at tho Baptist church. This was his Capital Stock-SurpluNo. 7 lea vet Falmouth 6 00 am arrives Cincin-na6 " Lexington. pin 11 40 am J i$ pro 7 js am; except Sunday " Winchester people have a right to know and no half- homo when quite a boy. The young 7 00 pin a 45 pm 6 40 pin no. 1 runs dallv. - rn MuiiuiT. 16,500 " N. u. junction. rain c....i... way methods on the part of the commit- man is making quite a preacher. ociween l.exinxion rinnnnni pm pm " Ml. Sterling runt '7 jo pm a 15 pm 7 1 Pm Sunday only, making and local stops' v 13 runs all No " Morehead 4J tee will satisfy them. daily I.Mwee. Cincinnati and Lexineion 4 Xoxt Sundav is tho regular missionary Attention of the nubile it invited lo th fart Ulive tt til i 31 lm 10 00 am .Lrs7 6 and F'mouth Hank iho only " Ashland Stanford. iio a$ pm s is v" 8 ij am day at tho A. M. E. church and an inter- that this is provisions National Nationalin Hank Act. now depart from new 4ih Aceoinmo. Under the of the " Callettsburg St 10 41 nm S 50 pm 8 j am Tho largest siiiido building on the esting programme has been prepared for depositors are on 4th below John st. not only by the capital " Huntington.. tecurcd 11 07 pm COMPANY oi5oi 9 10 am int N0.1 nnd Falmouth Accommoda-jShglobe is said to bo the Freihaus, a monstock, hut bv the stockholders liability lor an tho occasion. This is tho programme: amount equal to the stock, to that depositors of WEST HOUND. 4th below m.7 "nVe Bt "eW 4"' S'- "'P0'-0strous apartment house of Vienna. In Music; prayer by chaplain; opening this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000. Nos. a and 6 make connections Five tworn statements ofthoconditioli of the bank ",nrnellel it aro 1,500 rooms, arranged so as to make lor points on the N N. M. V. Ry by Rev. E. Wilsou; essay by Miss are made each year to the United States govern- Lve Huntiugtsii. la pm 6 00 am 3 00 pm IMPORTANT.-Train- sot 400 dwelling apartments. Two thousand this l,e now arrive I ao pm 6 5 am 3 j6 pm Miss Nora Cald- ment and its assets are examined at stated timet Catlettsbur Ella Cook; recitation, by government agents, thus securing addititonal Sen,r"1 Union ,nger Asniana 40 pm 0 jo am 3 40 pm one hundred and twelve persons live depositors. 1L'.nvtC'.ni.C'!-nl"m?K'n well; duet, Mrs. Harriet Whitley antl and perfect safety 10originally connections for all a 58 pin 8 47 am 4 ao am " Olive Hill This established West. under the one great roof, a population Mrs. Mary Armstead; essay, Miss Eliza Deposit institution, Stanford in 1858, then as the M Ml Sterling e js am 6 23 am 4 '7 I"" Hank of " WinchtNter.., 45 nm 7 is am or m. iuii paiwEuiars auuress any agent ol the Co" 5 07 pm Biifiicient to make a city large enough to lied as the National Dank ol Stanford in 1S65 and Arr Lexingtou 5 iJ l it 40 pm 8 10 am W. L. MUNSON. Trav. Past. Agt.. Cincinnati 1'eytou; declamation, Samuel Wade; so- ngain the First National Hank of incorporate and furnish with a full set S. K. II. MORSE, Gen'l Pa.lVr Lacksunionl in ibva, has had practically an uninterlo, Mrs. 15. Wilson; essay, Veastor better ia of aldermen. The immense building ey and Hello Sutton; select reading, Miss rupted exittenceof for years. It isbusiness supplied Limited Vestibuled Kxprens runs daily and tas U.K. HUNTINGTON, i now with facilities transacting promptlluffct Sleepcrslietween Louly and liberally than ever before in its long and Pullman Vestibuled Washington, New has 130 staircases and 50 clovators. Tho Belle Blakeley; music. .Manager. isville. Leximrton. York and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduJUBXINGTON.KY: CENKRAL OFFICES Old Point postmen say they often deliver 1,000 ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic celebrated Comfort. This tram is made part of the Uhamborot Commerce Uuildinir. r.,n. ....i pieces of mail matter at this house in a Ilolton, of Mason county, miss- ited. Directory of this Hank it compoied of T. L. The V. n?:nanVKxnc;olr;' S single day. ed a calf Christmas week. After T.J Poster, of Stanford: IF YOU WANT Katt of Huntington on the C. O. Route. m t Forestus Reid, Lincoln county; Fast Mail Trains run daily except Sunday besearch ho gave it up as lost, but last J W. Ilayden, SUnrerd; Tho most serious thing in the world is tween Lexington and Huntington. Make direct S II llauzhman, Lincoln; weeK discovered the animal covered up connection at Huntington with C AO.,at Ash to lio to a woman antl then have hor M. I. Miller, Mt. Vcrnen; laBd wnh S. V. R ! at Winchester with K. C. R AND A HAPPY COOK, USE S T Harris. Lincoln; in n hay rick. It wns not much tho K. north and south hound, and at Lexington with latch you at it. AtcliiBon Globo. . J. S. Hocker Stanford; miiBlnn , n . ... i,.l. ...lilt... prusecuteu . all .mv" .... three weeks' imprisonL & N , L S. and C ,N. O. T. P. Kullroads. worse from its no to the full. Ml O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation Jaily. est extent of the law. Signed; T. P. Hill. Stanford! aud its long fast ami on receiving a Tho only man contented with his lot ment Connects at Winchester to and from K. C. points U.W.GAINES. W. G. Welch, Stanfrd. J H McKITsTVirv and at Lexingtor. with L. S. R. R. for Louisville, Mrs SAMFORD ' W. P. Tate, Stanford. occupies it in the cemetery. Indianapo- good feed of warm milk it was almost as rvgard to rates, routes, Mrs. A LICE TUCKEr" ' l'or full information JjOS Ci I vvv MADE BY , apply to any agent of this or connecting linet frisky as ever. lis Journal. OFKIt'KRS: iSklivN'0,Lk M I "Vi! F HUNTINOTON, Two repnblican members have been S. K. II. MORSK, LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS The largest peach orchard in tho unseated by tho I,ower House of tho J. S. Mucker, President; V P. and G. M., G. P. A , John J. Mc Roberts. Cashier; Cincinnati, Ohio. world is at Blownwood, Tex., which Kansas legislature in favor of tho AlliCOMPANY, A. A. McKlnncy, Assistant Cashier G W. HARNIZY, W.S.HARRISON, contains 11,000 trees. ance couteBtunts. 0 M., Lexington, Ky. T P. A., Ashland, Ky' LEXINGTON, KY. Knglish-speaking 1 1 1 1 "Washington, Jan. 2. Senator Gray made a telling point against tho propos Oil republican frag rule, now before tbe Senate, when he called attention to the fact that cloture was first introduced to people to assist the the torics in suppressing tho Houso Rulu movement in Ireland. IIu said: "It is a significant fact, pregnant with instruction and warning to tho American people, that the first time in tho history of England that an attempt was made in the House of Commons to limit debate it was made in order to suppress homo rule in Ireland. Let gentlemen go out s and tell their naturalized from that stricken and unhappy islethat tlie American senate is taking a page from the history of the English parliament. Cloture was adopted in England in order that Irishmen might bo gagged in the IIouso of Commons when they attempted to assert that freedom of speech which belonged to them as rep resentatives of their people. Let gentlemen tell the naturalized citizens that that is tho example they are following in order to destroy home rule in this fellow-citizen- The Cincinnati, Hamilton A-- Dayton R R is SURGKO.V DENTIST. About 10 o'clock Monday night the only line running Pullman's Perlected Safety Vestibuled Trains, with Chair. I'arlor. Sleeping Office ;on Main stteel, over V, II, McRoberts' Borne miserablo scoundrel set two of nnd Dining Car service between Cincinnati. In Drug Store, Stanf.rd. run Col. J. M. Kenzley's largo hay stacks on dianapolis and Chicago and l the only line On- ling' inrougn Ktcunin Chair Cars between fire. Miss Sallio Traylor has been visit- c nnati, Keokuk and Springfield, III. andSlccping Uir uncinnaii 10 Mackinaw, anu me Tho Flnost on Earth. flTO Dr. A. S. PRICE, FOR SALEI M jgfe lip jHM 1 Farm For Sale. 11 ..-.. 1 situ-ate- d 1 ."" , I " ysKiabjati. ir 1 I . HBSLHKHHr.n '' ,- -. - wfde-awak- FOR - I. XTEW SAW I 1 40-i- w 1 I 1 Wl5 POWDER Absolutely Puro v 11 o FOR RENT. I $ DISEASED HOGS REFORM I Do-lifrhtf- ul - lt RICHARD WARREN V CASH JOSEPH Paid For Hides and Fur, II. r mJB gag-rul- e ELK Stanford, HH)s99iiflfM4u4ss?,, PENNY, 11 Dentist. s 111 MYERS HOUSE, 1 1 to-da- 1 .hort-ties- s . AYRES GIYENS, . - 1 Sample Room r J. B. FOSTER, two-ce- - s - Farmers Bank& Trust Plnevllle, I. Kentucky. loi-y- U, vice-preside- nt Will first-class M 11 HUH O. Kentucky Central R.R. cutvss to proti-cte- d ! I - South-Iteuu- K- - Rowland, Kentucky. ii JXrOKTH WEST, CR-titte- ul 11 . 1 i e . 1 1' . I 1 1 . w. - , Noetli-Moosu- i. Rouble Trains tin 1 (ieui-ra- l Roik-Keep- . il 1 MS boU wr-nions- . OLD KY. B0ITTE 1 1 . 4 4 . :- Washington, . S -- FIRST ... -- D 1 s ffes w: S200.000 1 5 ti j . - -- 1 1 ."". Note.-Tra- "iit n - CREAM " nd-dre- ss A-- 1 1 i' an 1 jttj Vlce.pSs-rand'&- ,--. dili-ire- nt F. F. A-- GOOD BREAD POSTED. A-- CREAM FLOUR 111 A-- j I 95-- ')' )kKfeNETT.fiS "S.