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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891020301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. HUSTONVILLE. Interior Journal. STANFORD KYM th TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1891. NO. 97 Tlwwifoof Mnrahall ColIVy, of tlleil .Sunday inorniiitf, Fub. of lHt, Col- heart iltaeflBO. John S. Gooilo Bold Ills jick to lins A Klci, of MiKiouri, for J.VK), Saturday. J. K. Biuinlitnuii Hold - jackH to nntlono tho same party, ono for 51,100. Tho boys nro devoting spare tlmti to and overhauling their fUhiiiK tni-klJluck and Dock were out on tin cIhbhu-Foru last Friday nlternoon practicing for tho spring campiign. It is vastly gratifying to umonnco thnt the big striko oi choppcra which convulsed northeastern Casey for a is oir ami a satisfactory adjustment of differences has been ellectcd. Tho expansive smile and alert movements of Mr. V. 1). Stagg indicate that he feels about M) pounds lumvier and fully tl inches killer since the addition of n girl to his other responsibilities. Hilly Williams enuxjit a crowd in Dr llrown's olllce last lriday afteruonn nud Bitrprised thu veteran by handing lum a pair of gauntlets with a presentation speech, but the old man wasn't rattled a bit and came back in a style that , wu!d bo creditable to a professional speaker. There is general chagrin in this end over your failure to announce thnt your infallible weather guesser, Dr. John .smith, was forecasting for LipUml and Northurn Siberia when he foretold the leo spell of thu "Hth ult. nud thereabout We discover by avweiated press dispatches that thn doctor's prophecy knocked out the black all over the Arc- ttc regions and that ft pretty fair quality anil very largo quantity of ico was harvested as far south as Southern Alaska. WiggiiiB. ulias Col. Tom Nail, of Into of Ilustonville, the regulator of our weather, published a prediction of J months' charming, dry weather, beginning with the first of January, and there was a general rush One of thu grangers to begin plowing man got a land laid off, but has put in LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. nlmut 'M of the HI days now passed in The street lumps have finally been boat building, to navigate the torrents in and pUcod in portion. nro.wv.,..l onr.ii.nM. Dr. Smith and l.lo Joh ' Frni "N purchased an got our weather in a mis-- ' Col. Nail have ,n Kliinalnl Bros', insurance n muddlo and wu are forccsl to u'TVHl of the new linn is Kin-a- s HlV' adopt patent medicine almanacs """ T,J ' ' the only safe guide toa foreknowledge nulnl l Farra. -- T,,u "Mi'relnii.,8' Carnival" will bo of how the weather clerk will decide. ivon nt tiw .K'r: '" next Friday Mr. John Daugherty.of Norwalk.O.,, tl,w i of the Ladies' Aid 8 miles from here, "M'1 for died at his stave mill, last Thursday night, of pneumonia, and Society. Kxch business in tho town will his remains were Hhipped from Moreland he represented by some damsel and the promise to very onjoya Friday. Mr. I).ugherty had been in hie this vicinity but u few wettks ami had Capt. K W Lillard has returned just gotten fairly at work when stricken from a business trip to Frankfort. Dr. down, in consequence of his imprudent exposure of himself in looking after his 0. 1. Hill is sutleriug from a stroko of timber interests. A gentleman of plows-an- t paralysis. Dr. Jennings l'rico remains address, with a cordial aud courte- in a very critical condition. Col. D. I. ous greeting for every one ho mot, he in- Collier, surveyor of tho port of Louisspired universal respect and confidence, ville, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. It. L. F.lkin. Howard Itice, who has been and his sudden death is sincerely laquite sick for several weeks, is improvmented by all whoso pleasure it was to know him. Mrs. Dauuhertv was in tho ing. m Mr. W. T. West has rented tho vacated by Jacob Joseph and Kast when dispatched to hasten to her Wl11 mov "took of dry goods,:c, was unable to husband's bedside, but get nearer than Cincinnati, where she this week. Kirk Kirbv and Geo. Lusk. who uro attending Centre College, were was prostrated bv tho intel'igenco that here Sunday. her husband's remains would bo taken Circuit court convened on Monday, homo for burial. T. '.. Morrow presid- " -- inR- tGilbert, of Messrs.. John l in lit. lit anil Mi.. This x l ItlL. " passenger Bgeni oi mo u. x .u aim w wrobably not Inst two weeks. Tho Frank W. Wooley, of tho Queen and - casoof theCoiuiuonwealth against Jas. Crescent railroad, were hero last Thurs- ,toso "tl ot,lt'rrt for tll murder of Bird day in their otllcial capacities. Just here to p,..,,. will doubtless bo tried. Tho defense in conuectioD with reference will ho conducted by Hons. M. II. Own-tger agents, wo would have you herald ,u,tl " c- - Kaiiflinnn and Uen. tho thousands of your readers tho in- Crescent, orllram Tho caas of the Commonwealth of tho Queen K"Iiist Itichar.l Gentry for inanslaugh. Cincinnati Southern, to tho convenience wanting to go tur is bet for Thursday, tho 1th day of and comfort of travelers tt,r,n- - T" Commonwealth is rep-nSouth. Tho accommodation train does tho resented by Attorney W. IJerndon, Hon. connect with trains out of Chatta-- 1 Kliwi, Gen. L uidram and Duko nooga south and tho express, which u.o ue.endani ty Uols. Mill, does, will not ston at our station to pick : . . Bradley and Welch and Mcltoberta nud up passengers, tiiougn lmporiuneu ny J. II. Brown telegraph, but require that they Bhnll go Tho number of promising attorneys A couple of our citito Junction City. were recently informed that who have studied law under Col. T. I. zens, who they must rush on to Junction City if Hill is somewhat surprising. That any they wanted to spend their money with young lawyer should bo proud of hnving the Queen it Crescent, had little diflicul so distinguished a preceptor is by uo ty in finding tho Louisville & Nashville means astonishing, but tho trouble is, ticket ollko and cheerfully took another if this thing is kept up much longer tho route, na was eminently proper, and will older members of the bar will begin to probably bo tho rule so long iw the pres- lay claim to having been studontsof Col. Hill and people will begin to think tho ent system and management prevail. Mr. J. W. Allen got back from At- colonel is an old man, when in reality ho lanta lust Wednesday, and it is rumored is as young and vigorous ns any of his that tho points ho picked up on his first students. trip enabled him to mako u satisfactory It baa been said by a distinguished of disposition of his Inst two writer that "Sweet are tho uses of advermules. Mr.Georgo A. Blain, of Simp-fco- n sity." If this bo true, is it not remarkacounty, a native of the West End, ble that so many are rushing in hot accompanied by his friend, E. W. Dot-so- haste in tho pursuit of wealth? It may was in this vicinity last week. Mrs. bo however, that while admitting that Clifton Fowler and daughter wore at tho uses of adversity are sweet, thoy nro Dr. Mr. L. 0. Qarpenter's last week. Mj. F. of tho opinion that the uses of prosperity L. Shi'pman and wifo, ofLSomursot, have uro Bweeter, and houco as between two been visiting Mrs. Shipman's relatives, good things, they prefer tho best. HuMr. and Mrs. George I). Wentherford. man nature has been about the same in will .Misses Ida and Blanche Twidwoll all ages of tho world, and as selfishness for St. Augustine, Fla., in has always been tho predominating 'leave sin, quest of a more equable telimato. Mr. tho scramble for tho earth and the fulPierce CombcBt, of Phil, Casey county, ness thereof is likely to go on. wagon to take was here Friday in It is related of an old gentleman who. of tho profits his partner homo his share on their lost shipment of mules during tho Mexican war was in the hah- realized Mr. J. W. Powell got back last Thurs- - It of listening to tho reading of tho pa- few-dayd ' urst-whil- e day from New Middlctou, Tenn., after a pleasant visit to relatives. Miss Hlock Hoglu contcmplateH an early trip to Barnwell, S. C. It is believed that Mit-Block will probably, bo a prmanent at quisition to that city, in which event Hustonville will lose one of her favorites and 1$ iruwell can proudly loast of her uniti. Mr. John I). BnUon, Mate agent of the Walter A. Wood Harvest-luMachine Co , was here last week in the interest of bis firm, the tlrst continuation hero of the biirt of tbe big combine which promised a curtailment of expenses and increase of dirges. Mr. John M. I.oirau, once a merchant of this place, was here Thursday with nu immense lino of clotlunc ssmnlos. Mr. John Hckles, nrn of the Mitriarchs of the commercial pilgrims, was in town n few days ago. Mr. Wallace Steele has hoiuht for $l,!i0) the corner store, now occupied by Mr. Weeks as a drug store, and will convert the same at once into a hotel. lie says it shall be second to none in the county in any respect. He will spend JlHX) nillttinir and furnishing it and hopes to bo able to open by the last week in this month with a grain! free promenade concert, with all the season's delicacies, and music bv the tin- cinnati Orchestra. Unless there shall soon be n radical change of temperature, Jim Uoode predicts that the onlv frill tree agents who need to visit Central Kentucky must be well posted on the various sorts of oranges, bananas, guavus and other standard tropical fruits. In confident anticipation mid trembling dread of the early ... .. 1.. . .. . t ....1 m.tl.r.Kil' nf lln. ...m tf i.iifi v.iiw ui tin; muni , ..limilkllinill. wiiii. ii uvur m'uurn" in njuiiiK cd a community, Jim is unusually active in precautionary practices and his pedometer frequently shows that during the week his constitutionals have aggregated the wholesome distance of a Sahbuth lay's Journey. John Drye predicts that another week's tropical weather will so rattle Jim that he'll bu seen walking to his meals s g pers containing news of thu movements CRAB ORCHARD. of tho army nud then giving tohis neighBro. Stephen Collier will preach bors the benefit of his information, that, here tho second Sunday of each month havint! heard that the American forces during ISII1. under Gen. Taylor at .Monterey were in The partnership of Pettus it Zeller is ttain yu, insisted that an advance had dissolved and those indebted to them, been made from Monterey to Statu Quo cither for drugs or medical services, are a city in tho interior of tho country, and requested to call at Pettus A Bea.ley's nothing could convince him to the conand settle, if they wish to pave cosls. lm. trary. So if it should lie said that LanMrs. Stephen Vanderpool made a caster is in atittuquo it need not bo assumnarrow escape one morning last week. ed that we have made no forward move- W bile seated in her buggy her horse he- ment in business or otherwise. True, came Iriirlitened and niakim a muck there is room for improvement and it is i THES Cor. Jefferson, WIMiABB9 I.ATK ALKXANDER'SHOTEI, THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOGAN, A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Kates $2.50 Per Day. Court-IIous- c, Managor. llrst-clu- - ..... wide-awak- e hoped that tho day is not far distant when tho visions of our enthusiastic speculators will be realized, and money by the be shoveled out at the door of every citien, enabling him to see at least a day ahead as to where ho is to et his daily bread. The people nro under nil the circumstance cheerful, not to say hopeful of the future. Editor Marrs looks as though ho not only de sired, but expected a rapid increase in paying subscribers and would not be inclined to fret over a few more advertisements. The "Grippe" having made its appearance again, has increased the demand for the services of the medical profession, but outside of this the most prosperous business man of tho town is thu butcher, rnfortunately his services cannot be dispensed with, and while ho is not doing a "land oilico business," ho evidently has tho best of what there is going. If some enterprising citizen could discover how people could live on nothing, his invention would be especially valuable at this day and time. "Give us this day our daily bread." car-loa- d first-class turn upset the buggy. The horso began to run, but fortunately kicked loose from the bugiry and .Mrs. V. escaped unhurt. An investment ....THAT KA Prof. Smith has organized a literary society in his school. It is conducted entirely by the scholars, with Master Andrew Buchanan ns presidentnnd Miss Alice Moore, secretary, tho Prof, actim: us moderator. Tho exercises consist of readings, recitations. essavH and dia-logues. I'rof. Smith has succeeded in building up a good sc wish him much fIBI ' II in Twelve Months. . 1 Paying Dividends April antl October. .STOCK. OF THE -- Mr. J. W. Tiedale, ;;:i:i:::j FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Lambs for May and Juno delivery are being engaged in Mercer nt 5 and 0 cents. J. E. Bruce wild to Bahrit Calm, of Middlesboro, h '2 aud II year-olcattle nt d f27.50. lo busi-agai- M.S. und Mrs. Henry Baughmaii sold to D.N. l'rewitt it) cents. at W. B. Ofiutt sold to B. S. Mattingly near-loaof mules at iJHT.oO. Lebanon Enterprise. J. B. Gentry sold to Moreland it Lee 8 yearlings at 3! and il on tho head. Frank Fox bought of A. J. Iticu 150 high grade Southdown owes at $8 per d d head.-Advoc- ate. ' m-a- ""-roo- i ... '' llrw-tl.- J'' ,.- - ,l' o ot JoS. . onj In Woodford 'A'i.OOO pounds of hemp sold at ll.&O pur 111 pounds. Ambrose Wilson bought 1M mules at $100. II. F. Rogers sold Monday to Georgetown parties 1,000 bushels of wheat at Dil etc. Clipper. J. L. Stevenson, of Tennessee, purchased of F. 1'. James, Ul yearling mules at $77.50 and 10 of same from Charles Worthington at JsO. WithinJ tho past two weeks 141 sheep valued at not less than $S00, some of them being of tho finest grade, have been killed by worthless dogs in this county. Harrodsburg Sayings. Tho Tobacco G rowers' Association has triumphed. S. IS. Erwin is no long er president oi Mate union; neither is ho editor of tho Kentucky State Union, tho olliciiil organ of tho alliance. Ho tendered his resignation from the ono and sold the other, which will bo merged into tho Fanners' Home Journal, which becomes tho ollicial organ of the alliance. E. K. Shultz will edit a de partment in it. I. M. Dunn, of Lower Garrard, sold to W. W. Sandidge, of Lincoln, 100 owes at f.r).75. D.N. l'rewitt, of Boyle, engaged from Garrard farmers on Mou day S.000 to 10,000 lambs, paying cts. for earl delivery and 5 cents and 4J cents for later stock. E. W. Leo bought from W. H. Anderson, John Parks, this county, and Galon White, of Madison of cotton mules ut s county, two $107,50. Lancaster Hecord. C. L. Crow has taken tho position as trainer for J. P. Crow, at.McKinnuy, and has now under his care some of the finest trotting blood in the country. Besides the great stallion, Belmont Chief, ho will train Sue Mac, by Sultan, out of aGeorgo ilkes mare; Dictator Wilkes, Emnella by Ctiylor, dam by Hamilton Chief, Dr, Ed, by Jielmont Chief, who is entered for the Terra Haute futurity, and 7 other colts by that well known breeder. He also has-- under his charge a dozen or more elegantly bred brood mares. car-load- "Uncle Wilse," the oldest man in our town, joined the Christian church du ring the protracted meeting conducted by Bros. Livingston and Collier. He is SI years old and had never before pro fessed religion, but now in tho evo of his lifo he has accepted Christ and was baptized Wednesday afternoon. Notwithstanding tho inclemency of the weather, there was a largo crowd out to witness tho solemn ordinance. Wo gladly welcome him into our church and hope his last days may bo his best. Miss Irvio Pittman, of Danville, is the guest of Miss Bettio Higgins. Mrs. Daisy McCullum, of Junction City, was the guest of Mrs. O. P. King. Miss Eva Buchanan has gone to Lexington to attend Hamilton College. Miss Maud Francisco, of Gum Sulphur, is visiting Miss Addie Herrin. Misses Lida aud Boso Stuart are visiting friends in Stanford. Mr. Henry King who has been sick for some time, has returned to Danville College. Wo were glad to see him join tho church while here and hope ho will continue in tho way ho has started. He is a promising young man nnd has our best wishes. After the morning services were over nt the Christian church Thursday, Mr. Louis Bell, of Preachorsville, and Miss Kittie Bet Nordyke, of this place, were united in the holy bonds of wedlock by Eld. J. G. Livingston in his solemn nnd impressive manner. Miss Ida Bell aud Mr. John Itigsby were the attendants. Tho marriage party went to his Mr. Jetr Dyehouse, near Lancaster, where there was a supper prepared for them and with many friends spent an enjoyable evening. Wo congratulate them and may they live in peace and abundance all the days of their lives. Ed-mist- Ga.. Investment fIDevelopnrt Co Capital Stock, S4, 500,000. Shares SIO Each Full paid and subject to no assessments. Gen. Benj. F. Butler, of Massachusetts, President; Hon. Jas. W. Hyatt, late Treasurer of U. S., Treasurer. OIRECTORS: Gen. Hen. K. Ilutler, of Massachusetts; K. I. Garfield. See'v Thnnitnn.llniittnn 11011 Co., ooston, .Mass. : i.ofin 11 kmk. 01 Arkansas; Hon. A. U Wttnan, fcx Treas. of U. S .orNeb.; C W.Perkins, Cashlrr Massachusetts National Hon Jas. W. Hyatt, of Conn ; Ilank. Iloston, Thos C Smith, President 17th Ward Hank, of Ocoree C Schofield, President X. Y. Contract lirooklynn, N. V. Co., of New York. L. M. Sanford, President Hank of New Castle, Ky. M-- ss. Vttlr ADVISORY HOARD: Hon John II Gordon, Governor of Georgia: K. H. True, Cash. U. S. Treasury, Washington; Hon. llobt. L Ta)Ior, Governor of Tennessee; Henry Keuchtwancer Member of N Y. block Hon. I II Foraker. Kx GorernorofOh Exchancs. New York: 1 S. Printer, of Inght, Ex-Hon Kicnard II K. Koots, Cashier First National Dank, Lit. Washincton. lie kock, Ark.; Hon. E F .NUnn, Sup't Concord & Montreal Rail K Y Robertson, President of First National road,ol New Hampshire. Dank, of Kearney, Neb. SUFFOLK TRUST COMPANY, Transfer Agents, 244 Waahinertcm Street, Boston, Mae8. The Property of the Company Consists City Lots, or .oa acres of land in the city of Tallapoosa, Haralson county, Georgia, FIRST. the residue remaining unsold of 1,500 acres, on the centre of which the city was originally built. Present value $1,084,765. SECOND. 3,458 acres ol valuablo mineral land, adjacent to the city of Tallapoosa, all located within a radius of six miles from the centre of the city. Present value $1 ij.yoo THIRD. The issued capital stock of the Georgia, Tennessee & Illinois Railroad Co., chartered for the purpose of building a railnad from Tallapoosa, Ga., to Stevenson, Ala . uo miles, that will net the Company nearly J,ooo,ooo of the capital stock of railroad, paying 7 per cent, dividends FOURTH The Tallapoosa Furnace, on tho line of the Georgia-PacifRailroad, in the city of Tallapoosa, Ga., the said furnace being of 50 tons capacity, manufacturing the highest grade of cold and hot blast charcoal iron. Present value $150,000. FIFTH. The Piedmont Glass Works, situated on the line of the Georgia Pacific Railroad, in the city of Tallapoosa, Ga., siid plant beine 12 pot furnace capacity and manufacturing flint glass rlaiks and prescription ware. Present value $100,000. There is already located on fhe properly of this Company in the citv 01 Tallapoosa, Ga , a,8oo inhabitants, 3,000 of whom are Northern people who have settled in Tallapoosa within the last three years, 63 houses, 15 manufacturing industries and 40 business houses, schools, churches, waterworks, electric lights, $75,000 hotel nnd new manufacturing industries building, etc. fja S, goo ic car-whe- 50,000 Shares of Treasury Stock Are now offered to the public, the proceeds to be devoted to locating new manufacturing ments and ties eloping the Company's city property, at a "" establish' brother-in-law'- s, Special Price of 3.33 This 1-- 3 Per Share. is full paid stock and subject to no assessments It will pay disidends April and October and the price will be advanced to $5 when the 50,000 shares are sold. d, Orders for stock will be fitleJ as received, in any amount from one share as it is desired to have as many smalt holders in all sections of the country as possible, who will bv their interest in the Company influence immigration to Tallapoosa and advance the interests of the Company. J For Their Good Behavior. Tho following list contains the names of pupils of the Crab Orchard High School who have averaged IK) per cent, nnd over on deportment during the month endiiiK Jan. (!0: .Minnie Munday 03; Annie Siller IK); Ada Gover 91; Nannie Kdniiston OS; Hello Siller 00; Josie stepnens ;i, lseuinu uarson v.i, Anna UronatiHli ytj; biiBio iJillion 04; Alice Moore 03; Mamie DoBorde 82; Willie White Oil; Andrew Dillion 02; David Holman 01; George Bronouch 03; ilen ley Bastiu 07; George DeBorde 01; Albert Newland 04, Joseph Magee 02; Pennington Moore 0(3. It is hoped that the patrons of the school will insist upon their children having a high percentage on deportment at the expiration of each mouth. J. W. Smith, Prin. ict 00 will purchase shares or $ 30 00 par value of stock. " " 9 30 00 90 00 " " " " 15 50 00 150 00 " " " " 100 ih 30 300 00 " " " 00 75 230 750 00 ' 1 " " ,joo 00 ijo 500 00 ' " " 1,000 00 3.000 00 300 Address all orders for stock and make checks, drafts, or money and express orders payable to JAS. W. HYATT, Treas. Ga.-AlInvestment & Development Co., Olobo Building, 244 Washington St , Boston, Mass. a. illustrated Prospectus.of Tallapoosa Stock Prospectus of Company and Plat of City, with price list ot building lots mailed frceon application. Reliable agents wanted to represent the Company in every county jf WHAT HAVEYOUGOT TO EAT?" Is a question asked the Grocer every day. Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at l. A. WAHREN'S "MODEX, GROCERY:" Hominy, Rice, Navy and Butter Beans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni, Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Figs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip It Hits tiik Faiimek. Tho McKinley Beef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, law has been in force 03 days and N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c. car-load- s n, to-da- y 11 $ There has been no advance in the price of beef. TEE CQEMERQIEL HOTEL There has been no ndvanco in tho price of pork. J. n OWENS, Manager, MT. VERNON, KY. There has been no ndvanco in the Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. Hoteljis still maintain This old and price of Hour. ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeI have taken charge et this popular hotel There has been no advance in the cial attention to the traveling public. ( and intend to run it in a first. class manner in every P. NEWCOMD, Prop., M. price of commeal. respect. Itisheim pipered and painted from is being renovated and Mt. Vernon, Ky, top to bottom, the There has been no advance in tho everything done t make it lr.sant and comfortable for guests, The table shall never be surpassprice of beans. ed by hotelsin this section. J U.OWENS. There has been no advance in any agm HOUSE, ricultural produce in which the season has been nominally prolific. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, There has, however, been a marked London, - - - KeUucky. Will sho love mo when I'm aged, advance in all the goods which the farmI have moved to my new Hotel and nra better when my locks are silver gray when er has to buy for use in his household prepared than ever to accommodate the public. attached Good thu smiles of second childhood o'er my or on tho backs of bis family. Chicago sired. Livery me a call. and every convenience deGive FRANK RILEY. 77 wizened features play whon tho gout Globe. shall hold mo captive will afiection bind Tho Senate passed a bill to create man she mar- - tho oilico of 4th assistant her still to the Congressman Wilson's bill to divide ried? Yes I truly think it will aenfr Will sho lovo mo when my bank Kentucky into th eastern and western book showdn horrible decline, when judicial districts has been favorably relimit her allowance will her heart hi ported. A call from the chairman of tho retruly mine? When!I hand her sealskin wP ulster to my "uncle" in the spring, will publican committee of this Senatorial sho loyo her "poor old husband" Ah! district for a convention to be held at XI. that's quito another thing! Quiet: London, Wednesday, Match, 18, to nomc& Sabe. inate a candidate to represent this disARTIST HUSTONVILLE, KY. An infant child of Mr. und Mrs. Etr trict in the next Senate, has been made. STANFORD, KENTUCKV, business and ready to do any. There are at present two candidates in Are still in the geno Kelloy died Thursday. iklnir In tli ITnil.irtnVIni' line. Wt have a full1 liar be r Shop on Main street, Mrs. Tapp, the aged mother of Joe tho field, Hon. J. J. Paul, of this county, stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robci lias a f e of Our hearse, which is every Tupp, of Itowland, died Sunday. Her tho present incumbent, nnd Hon. W. new can description on short notice Mr, nearly posit Porttuiu House, and invites a sharecalls your and J. II. pationage. Prompt intention tooutside be obtained attention and will of remains were laid to rest in the Crab B. Catching, of Laurel county. Somef-se- t Green has charge oneeur business anything inshow special the latest to ladies and children! Work needing style v.ith ntatnes and dis. on done in our goods to any Republican. patch. Orchard Cemetery yesterday. .(.no NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL t. THE EILEY 9- -1 J I gray-haire- d post-niHste- r. 1 vi m i. J. T. STTTTOST CO.,, E. s FARMER, IWSOMAL first-clas- op-o- I I J a it 'i Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - As Stanford. Ky February 3, 189 W. F WALTON. i ' I i !l J 1 T i ( , York, Thursday niht, were startled and shocked by the suddeu appearance of an unbidden purst. Death stalked in when the feast was at its height and without a moment's warning called away one of J. . V. JL L the most prominent of that cathering of Win-doprominent men Hon. William secretary of the U. S. treasury. The Goods come banquet had been given by the IWw York Hoard of Trade and Transportation The convention in committee of the and tl'.o secretrry had just finished responding to the first toast: "Our Coun- whole lias agreed that tho Superior ' try's Prosperity Dependent Upon its Court shall be abolished and that there W 1 jss, of Commerce," when on shall bo but omi court of appeal, to conlubtrimicnta taking his seat he swooned at once and sist of a chief justice and four other died without a murmur or an evidence judges. There may be some question as not being to the adequacy of the number of judges of pain. Tho aware of the situation, was just introduc- but it is to bo sincerely honed that the of State. Bayard, when Superior Court will bo made to go. It ing t and has never came and put nn end is a miserable the interruption to the festivities. Tho death was from possessed the genuine respect of the peopeople to To heart disease. Every effort to restore ple. If the convention wants to do the thing, let it abolish this court Goods, Goods, the stricken man was in vain, four elec- proper tric batteries producing no effect what- and increase- the number of appellate we ever on him. Willi tho exception of judges, if necessary to a prompt adminisBlaine, Wiudom was the most distin- tration of justice. guished man of President Harrison's Juimik Saok, of ttie U. S. Court, grantcabinet. He had served his country in ed tho injunction a&ked by L. E. Casey, many capacities and always conscienof the Covington Commonwealth, agaiust tiously. Hu was born in Ohio in 1S27, tho typographical union, which has tried but moved to Minnefou in 1848. Ten to boycott the paper since the proprie law. I Von. Lieut. Sohwatka, Arctic explorer, ? years later he was elected to Congress tor refused to accept its management of fell over a banister iu tho Park Hotel, and for four succeeding terms was likehis business. Tho judge minced no Mason City, Ia., and sustained injuries wise chosen. In 1S70 he was appointed words in his decision, which was that that are fatal. He was with Greely ou U. S. Senator to fill an unexpired term the defendants were engaged in an un- the last expedition. and elected to the same ollice in 1S71 lawful conspiracy for which they could John Moruu is iu jail at Nashville and again in 1S77. While serving the bo held to further account. We conMain Street, Stanford, Ky, A. latter term ho was appointed secretary gratulate Bro. Casey on his victory. The for splitting open the head of his adoptt ed daughter, Minnie Dolan, of Louisof the treasury by President Garfield, boycott is a miserably cowardly method which position ho filled till the death of of revenge, which should not be permit- ville, with a hatchet, and tho halter Phillips A- Stein's fine crockery store j seems certain to draw about his neck. his chief, when he returned to Minneso- ted to get a foothold in this country. Richmond, Va., burned, causinga loss A republican paper says Senator in ta, whore he again tried for the U. S. lTnp Pnvrm'llrt'" irnu (l.tilipiltoil tt'ltll Quay is said to be preparing an aiiBwer of 7.000. but was defeated. Moving senatorship, in office .1 Senator Turpie, of Indiana, recently to New York shortly afterwards, he be a banquet Thursday night. It is at the to the charges of corruption brought against him by democratic pa- lost his mother and now Senator Voor-- . 'WO came prominently connected with the S. W. corner of 4th and Main, Louis-ITCT1T bees is called to mourn the death ofi ! S--3'Bads Ship Kail way and other large en- vilk, with a frontage of 105 on tho for- - pers some time go. It is high time. d The virtuous Ohio benate, by an his. terprises, until called for tho Becond mor and 03 feet on the latter street. The Just as he concluded his sermon at passed a resoluoverwhelming majority, time to the treasury portfolio. Barring exterior is of red portage stone and MinneapolisSundayon"Is life worth livrailla Receiving His strong influence that Wall Street interior of tion) to make the acceptance of u the pressed brick, with the ing?" Kev. N. 1. Fanning, a Congrega-- ' pass by a legislator a misdemeanor, seemed to exert over him, he made a iron and hard woods. It is 150 feet high, road tionnl preacher, fell dead from hm- good secretary and his death will be a with 10 stories and attic, has l,S0O elec- punishable by fine or imprisonment, or ple.xy. Another massacre by natives is reHis tric lights and thn samo number of gas both. severe blow to the administration. Give him a call. Ouo Tennessee State Senator asked ported from the Caroline Islands. Nine-- , Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. will preside jects and cost $o00,000. It is a monuassistant, Mr. Nettleton, till the apjtouit-men- t ment to the enterprise of tho Commer an opposing Senator iu the Tennessee ty Spanish soldiers and civilians nr said over tho department of a successor, which the Cincin- cial Club ami an oruiuueut to which the caucus if he had ridden to the capital on to have been killed, and the SpuniMi commandant wiiiso hiuiiilbited by the a lreo pass, instead oi nati Enquirer thinks will not be made citizens can point with pride. "question of personal privilege," they affair that he committed suicide. before tho close of the present Congress, In Owsley county a congregation had met outside and fought. next month. A Gallant Krntuckian Gone. Watch Inspector L. & N., A collision of the fast express with a young man indicted for holding up bis William H. Shropshire, late of Kin UitEV Wood.non, of tho Owens-borioxington at 2 o'clock Mil. hand when the preacher said, "If there a freight train at tucky, recently died in the distant Mate Dealer In Messenger, vehemently denies the is unv one here who wants to go to hell Friday morning, on the Cincinnati Southof Texas. He was the grandson of John ' report that if Hon. John Young Brown let him hold up his hand." At the trial ern, resulted in much destruction of Owsley, who for many years lived at WA7CHS5, CLOCKS AND JEWSIRT. is elected governor ho is to be Secretary last week before Judge Boyd, he peremp- lolling stock, but Engineer Shumnker Crab Orchard, a nephew of Will Owsley, . of State, and says: "It was iu vented by torily charged the jury to acquit, as there was the only person seriously hurt. ... am. uenry r vs.cj, u.l H" uuuRepairing neatly and prompt. Penninnington's air ship gave a very of -.unrmni, malicious persons with the design to was no law that ho knew ot to prevent a ' fr.. I ?W nr .Atmf u fmiii he w as named, a i ir ? OU XI T I .vAiif-tsxj' i'. appear that the Messenger's mau going to hell if he chose to. The successful test of its capabilities iu the make it ly done. .i,.n(iru i ii M.AiixiMr nf championship of the cause nf Mr. Brown preacher should be punished for making Chicago exposition building Friday. The Mrs. Catherine Kvans, late Boyle, and of WatclicM xi t model was propelled and steered was selfish. It is wholly false. He is such a foolish proposition. of the noblest woiutnl way as to of Lincoln, two our neighbor. He is in our judgment around the building iu such a He was of most nolile i ""n.iituiuKuiuui auvcr in c.mii.iii,c lor jjoous. Jtanioru, Ky.j Charles Yillikks, father of tho British demonstrate to the witnesses the feasi- that ever lived. most admirably equipped for governor. : blood and a truer, nobler, braver mid a navigaHe possesses those qualities that to those house of commonsentered ou his DOth bility of such a means of more gallant spirit than ho who know him best excite the highest year last week. He has been a member tion. solicited for destitute in never animated mortal man. In politics Aid is being admiration." Mr. Woodson further says of parliament continuously binco 18:0. was a democrat, in courage a chiv.il-ri- c that no political office would tempt him Just think of it! In office for 01 years' some portions of ltawlina county, Kan- he knight, without a particle of fear, yet nlaimn ., in Wvo tlmMfMKPni'tr. wliinh b.ww. ... . How theaveraiio republican would like sas. Three Reasons have brought sue . . w ...-- . ..w as the truly brave men cossivo crop failures anil people have kind and gentle, CORKER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. is the best paying newspaper property to make such a record! ever are. There was no disposition to been burning their furniture for fuel. outside of the metropolis. Mr. Cleveland and Gov. Hill met at Many of the farmers have no food or assume the role of a desperado, but when occasion called for action, he was as firm Sugar. Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Syr tips, It is stated that several republican sen- tho banquet given at the Manhattan clothing. Honey, as adamant. In times of great danger, forators, sufficient in number to meet the Club, New York, Saturday, and very say that Peffer, the man elect- and against fearful odds, I have seen his Salt, They Vinegar, Starch, Candles, I.ard, Flour, Meal. needs of the democrats, have assured the cibly, by their actions and cordiality to- ed to the United States Senate from Kan-sa- s courage tested at the point of the pistol, and on more man democratic managers that under no cir- ward each other, gave the lie to tho reFARINACEOUS COOKS: by the farmers' alliance, never held in its breath of flame; his cool, unerring cumstances would they vote again to tako port that they are political enemies of a plow in his life and doesn't know n one occasion it was victory. In my un- Spices, aim that won the Cheese, Maccatoni, Flavoring Extracts, up tho Force bill this session. This may the woast sort. tomato tree from a peanut bush. He is equal contests for office I never find a Raisins, Citron, MRS, be true, but the managers nforesaid Prunes, confused in passing it truer friend. Father, brother, comrade, Cutrants, said to be even CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. farewell. Tho wild, should relax none of their vigilance until Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, pasture in telling which droves nre associate, friend, distant western plains Parlor and Hall Lamps, rude winds ot the the clock sounds the knell of the departThere is scarcely ever a quorum swine and which sheep. tju;etisware and I inware. may sweep over your grave, but no time, ed 51st Congress. Let Gorman and his present and those who do attend spend W'p re L'lud to observo that Hou. nor distance, nor circumstance can ever faithful following keep constantly on most of their time wrangling. The body Win. Berkele, the delegate from Gar- elHace your noble image from my heart. fc guard, and not allow themselves to be is fast losing the respect that at first at- rard, is again in his seat, after a long illk V. B. caught napping. The republicans may tached to it. ness. The Capital Fays of Mr. Berkele: bring up the bill when they least expect The convention seems to Imve agreed He is a quiet man of business, and while it and push it to victory. Keep your upnifone court of final result, but you he wastes no time in debute, iJ a close eyes, skinned, gentlemen, or tho alleged can't always sometimes tell what it has observe.- - of events uud brings good judg- At Administrator with th willnnejed m J. M. l'hiliirt Irnl I will, bcli.re Ihe court-loIVtltr Ih corpse may fool you. doiie. This court is to be constituted as ment to bear upon all questions present- - door in bUnTim), on now, with the exception that tiio chief 1891, GROCERIES AND The silly story is telegraphed from justice shall be elected from tho State at The Court of Appeals holds that the Washington that Col. W. O. Bradley bidder law is constitutional giving school trus- (lifer at public vale lathe huncit anj Glnti3wo.ro, Tinwuro, &o. large. The supreme court judges will bo ol j Hue ilfMrnblc heme, th sent Surveyor Collier to that city to tell permitted to serve tees the right to levy a tax for tho build- and ver Aire of Laud oncenmii"? Avanue of I)JHille out their terms which ten 1 h houw &ilns on hand n'fi oil supply of canned grtods of every description, without submitting winch J M I'hilipt died i'resulent Harrison tlmt tie is tor nun in do not expire till September, 1MU. ing of a6chool-housmntain 3 rooma and kitchen and aH tbe netonary maccaioni, 1802 and thnt this action was for tho a voto of the be.,ni, prunes and in fact every thing found in n tho question to niilrilllllllliuB month, equal and Tctwia o(le-S- lx purpose of having tho president exert NEVSY NOTES. The colored people, however, cannot be mcuu; noti- with approve it aecuntr, wadi rr- grocery. 1 ohaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, his inlluence in Col. Bradley's behalf in rayu-tAdministrator and branny nierbuilding for the whites, nor Snow lh inches deep covers the most taxed for a raisins, &c , i.i great variety. Give my Nudavsnc, something new, t from day of .ale. his effort to get on the national commitR VAUNON the whites taxed for a building for the of Iowa. a trial. A4mr J.M Philip with will annexed tee. The story bears on its face the 94 colored people. The number of freight cars in tho order of its own improbability Kecord saya that Dr. The Nelson U. S. is stated at l.OCO.ltit. and stamps it as a lie. Col. Bradley is Hourigan, who murdered his brother-in-la. The Second and Citizens National losing no sleep over tho national comin Marion and was let out on bail, Banks of Louisville are to be consolidamittee business, but at the proper time, ted. S'arn For Sale. after a hung jury, was arrested on a A Blue-Gra- ss if he wants it, he can be chosen to the Senator Jones was to rep- peace warrant sworu out by his wife, vacancy with scarcely an effort. resent the Stato of Nevada for tho fourth two days after. Tho same paper says I offer or ale privately the Henry Hester farm assassi- of 60 acrc, nearly all rich bottom land; 11 acre time. tho murder was a in grass. Twenty-fou- r persons were killed and nation, for which Hourigan ought to sown in wheat; the balance Gov. BucKNEKissaid to be so much ix rooms and Is n Rood reThe dwellin? ha dissatisfitd with the work of the con. con. SO houses destroyed by an avalanche in have been huug. pair. There i a new barn, Rood wull, lint orchfencing on the pUce. ard and that he will refuse to sign it us it now Greece. Danville. J.M. Sandifer. tho Somerset phocash; ttalame in u and iB stands. Unless the members give up tho Term Prof. J. J. Hogsett, principal of tiio month.. Po.ses.ion to be Riven Kelt, i, of legislation and adopt an instru- tographer, was strjeken with paralysis idea Hogsttt Academy, Danville, died SaturApply lo me or my agent, W A. Trihble, at ment similar in thu main to the one now and lies at the point of death. HlntBs, aged 11. He Stanford. Ky Col. Brent Arnold has been made day after a short in force, it is going to bo beaten by tho j. K.IT.YrON. M. . people. We hear men on all sides say general freight agent of the Short Line graduated at Centre College in 1872 ami since then has taught successfully in ZlSiAX) they will not voto for the thing as it has and K. 0. divisions of tho L. k N. Charles Bradlaugh, the Crittenden, Harrodaburg and Danville. adopted. 60 far been atheistic radical of tho British House of He married a daughter of Hev. A. W. 10, AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER WAGON On They don't seem to have much idea Commons, died Friday in London. Johnstone and shu with two children and Oliver Chilled Plows. I have just received a brand new stock withbewiihusa.jain, DR. HAM. of the adequacy of puuishment in the Tho sundry civil bill as agreed uppn survive him. and full line of repairs. Also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, which is hi mountains. A jury in Wolfe county has by the of the House apMrs. Ed Harris was shoveling some And deliver otieofyou inimitable lectiirLi.himWe to to conceded the best one made. . Booth 12 years in the propriation committee appropriates over trash into a stove, when suddenly there hve only to relerwill pay those who hoard just given John you t so. These lecknow whether it as can be written The stove was tures arc as pure and chastewo commend them in penitentiary although n broken neck $30,000,000. was a terrific explosion. to the English language aud would havescarce been sufficient penalty The Senate passed tho bill uutkoriz-- . blown to pieces and tho lady was badly theyoung and old, tho mala, the femalo, the bachevery class of the community. elor for his crime. He waylaid his brother-in-la- iug the Chesapeake A Nashville railway burned about thu head and arms and a The the elder audunder the management of the Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Salt, Lime andJCcment. lecture is They Rev. M. Wisman, and stabbed company to construct a bridge across tho conflagration was narrowly averted. A Christian Endeavor Society. so we are to be ben. hope all will can furmh you nlmoit .M.ythii p efited ns well as the speaker, cu i.ttd in the JHardwaieoTGroT him to death as he was returning from Cumberland river near tho Kentucky J dynamite cap is supposed to have by turnout to hear W- -., eery line. Agent for Brodhead Tobacco. ENDEAV0R, A protractod meeting. holding a uuu leuncBsee line. some means gotten into the trash. Tub banqueters at Deltnonico's, Now hasto in making a choice for Secretary Wiudom's successor tho p.esident has naked Congress to repeal the limitation of 10 days now made bylaw. There are dozens of persons Bpoken of and dozens of others who aro urging themselves through their friends for tho office. Sher-ma- n would be the natural selection but the Ohio legislature is democratic and would put a democrat in his place in tho Senate and eoof several of tho Senators mentioned. Ingalls is out of a job and is like Barkis, but his ideas of finance does not consist with the administration's. McKinley could also be induced to tako it and bo coul many others who were left out in tho codldby tho November cyclone. iir does not wish to bo forced to The Union Cotton Compress nt Little Kock burned, causing a loss of 318-000. toast-maste- r, make-Bhif- - Eight miners were caught in tho Chapin mines in Michigan by flames and suffocated. Meissonier, the distinguished French painter, died nt Paris, Saturday, aged about 7S years. Cholera is raging in Asiatic Turkey and there havo been over 1,500 deaths in Marash alone. Fire destroyed six blocks of buildings at Fi-- i Hay, O., causing n loss of $100,000 cr more. Three or more persons lost their lives. The stage running between Chihuii-hin- t and Penos Altos, Mexico, was held up by masked robbers and $00,000 in silver bullion taken. Tho first patient treated with Koch's lymph in Louisville was made so sick that death nearly ensued and the second injection was not given. All tho other patrons left the Howard Hotel, at Fordville, Ky., when the proprietor admitted a negro juryman to a seat in his dining room. The costs in a suit to decide tho ritihttoa couple of calves worth $!. have run up in an Iowa court to 10,000. Moral: Do not go to law. Most of the farmers have already put up good ico two inches thick and a favored few were so lucky as to get it three inches thick. Woodford Sun. North Carolina'slegislature has jo lied the formidable column of States thnt will not make exhibits at the World's Fair, should the Force bill become a The Louisville Store Has been extremely busy for the past week and thanlts are due oar patrons for their most liberal patronage, as oar trade for the last twelve montlis has been VERY O A TTCC a I niTMr Vy Clothing, Shoes and White FXR S T than ffcTM HPTHnG! ,JWL,JkJi JUIST And prices now ruling on these bring the Fine Grades Down Within Reach will breed no Of lmtiiy heretofore unable bun them. quote prices on J)ru Carpets. Hats and Trunhs would require more space Dress have at our disposal; but the prices are right and are such as Controversy between Seller and Buyer t worry about prices. he only question is: Bo you want the oods THE - LOUISVILLE -H.-RUPLEY, , STORE --1 I'KIIANSKY, Proprietor. j 1 Vf-ST'TTTT- 11gU Bo-ma- n I I -' FALL AND WINTER GOODS. uiBi-uanui- B0BT. FE2TZEL, o in 1 I - All Work Warranted. ,,,,... r rv-!Jr- il Fine Specialty. ! l l . r' Fine and Staple Groceries, J ..-.,, I FAlEtMS HARDIIT- AclirLLaistrator's , Sals u J. W. RAMSEY, Monday, Feb. 9th, HARDWARE, QUEEtfSWARE first-clas- 1 e tax-payer- s. pod O s - bit-i- - pur-suasi- w A Special Bargain. Jo, B. FOSTER, cold-bloode- d firtt-cU- -O- ne-half TSL1S. fire-eatin- g Tucsuny. February ST&Pkis iuxra FAorcnr groceries, ! ' r, u Carsl-3tasatet- a ,Jtmmitml.m mmmmmm&i0 i 'if a Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Kv.,-Fkiihua- STANroni), 3, 1891 lt.o,WAi,TON, MEANS bur. ManaRer BUSINESS. Your account is duo nnd rendy. 11. Cal and Buttlo nnd oblige A. PERSONAL Mih Penny. POINTS. I" Tiik New A tunny papers say that Tiik attention of persons in the mounJudgo Vincent Borcing, of London, Ky., tains and others desirous of securing n visiting ber brotbor, Thomas Hurley, at has been awarded the mail contrat from tine s farm with every convenItowlnnd. that citv to Psoli. ience, is called to the one offered at Crab tlio wide awake LonMil John I'kaiii., N'KW AIVLRTISEMKXT The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. a do don merchant, was hero yesterday n Tint little child of I. J Hurleson, of Orchard by Mr. James W. Guest, eription of'which nppears herewith.. route to I'aint Lick. was the WayneaburK neighborhood, SASII, I V. II. Ci'MHiNH ban been iippoiiittnl found dead in bed one morning Isst Tin: mooted question as to which is DOORS, pout-imter at Pruachernville, vice J.J. week. It went to bed well and nocau-- c ground hog day, Feb. 1st or 2d, will cut Lot on Main Street in Stanford SI5IXGI.ES, SIIMNG, New land, dcct'UM'd. of death was apparent. no litriirc this time. The little went her Containing i acres. Cot- - I). It. Colli Kit, mirveyor of tho Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. shndow both days and Tut: employees of his late diviMon of prophet saw his Termtejtv. T R WAMON, Stanford port of Iuisville, pawned through to has gone back into his winter quarters the L. A N., who held him in high es-- AlITO ljitiuirtter Saturday. of bad weather have run toteem, presented Supt. P. T. Downs Sat- till six weeks Blue-Gras- s Mifs Lii.i.ik Pkttum, who liaa been their course. We carry a full stock of everything found in a lling Mim Leslie Kelley, returned to her urday night with a gold watch and wife a silver service Tin: cold wave, which waB scheduled ring anil his homo at SomorrVt Friday. -&TX2VXB3SR to arrive at 8 a. m. Sunday and reduce Max Makhh, of Pari, baa arrived of 100 pieces. Mil tlie temperature to 21, failed to materialt wil cell orlvatetv. at a burr-aExamine our designs and specifications before letting your contract nnd'H helping Henry Gabriel run tlie Tkn couples of yotiiig people "sur- ize, because the warm wave from the Crib Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky my larm at LoulsMllt) Store in great shape. Thi firm lunncrly known an tlie Jacob G ucst for building. SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. prised" Miss lletnie Iticbards at J milMil K. 11 Hayhun onlers bis jmpcr lion City Friday night. Dancing waseu-p- i south was more powerful nnd dissolved it into rain, which fell for several hours changed to Hamilton, Mo., where he has Acres Excellent Land, lied in, an elfgitnt luncli was spresd S ittirday night iu torrents and did con precidoiicy of a Coal t'o. taken the and altogether it was a most enjoyable siderable damage. Yesterday was cool- In prime condit on, and well unproved, hlng partly in the limitkc! the town of Crab Orchard, Miss Mamik Johnson, who hue been affair. the I.. & X R K. er, with the mercury up to tlio 00s and mi I'he farm It divided nearly equally by the pile visiting friends at Danville, returned leading bouth from tonr there being 175 acres on Tiik Advocate says F. W. Hundtniin'rt with prediction of warmer for yesterday to hw homo at Mr. Lewis the Iwtt tide on which i the manilon house, a Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window GJa33,Wall principal creditors are Cincinnati brew UrKi'.roomy and rooms, Le brick Dodderer's. A yoiwu win-- iii town, who had jut side kitchen, servant's home, stabof 7 &c , and on e, W. P. GiUMKshns returned from ets and J. C. Itipy A Co., Anderson coun- gone to Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Mil and wanted to the West aide 105 acres, which has also u comforttram, c. Hot HpringH, where ho had the last vs-tic- e ty distillers. The failure won cinmed b show "hubby" how economical she could able will sellresideme the placras a whole, or if desired Jewelry and Silverware. of malaria boiled out of him ami be Imd investments and tlie prohibition be, ordered 10 cents' worth of Irish po wiI1m.II either of the tracts singly Hither will make an eltL'aHt and cuiuturtablc hon t, convrn law. The assignment calls for '23 acreh now feels like a new man. tutoes from the grocer's. She did not ivnt to schools, churches, cood turnpikes and the r. ilroad. are of laud and a Iioiinc and lot iu and nlsmt Mil ani Mits. TnoMAb MrriAi.r I'ersoBt desirous of impeding the place will b know the fancy price at which these tuMr. Metcalf Junction City, 70 acres of land in Lin. it by James Hays, now residing over from NiclioUisill Tho Bost Railroad bers are held, so was decidedly surprised shown over Kr terms apply or address rue atmi the Dang premises outfit at a position with Curry, How- coln county, a has wcurwl when she received a not very large one ville Ky machin Junction City, bis a JAS W GUEST. ard A Co. and will go on tbo road. will o ff3 furniture cut half in two. The 5 S has pnnbswd ery in Danville an I c Mas. M U. not include potatoes hereafter till she 3 a winter residenef at Orlando, Fla. Hie and stock of goods at Harrodsburg. C n etui raise some in her own little garden. ft to spend bar will, howover, continue a. n a 2 o ra Tiik Willard, late Alexander's, Hotel, 2 Houses and Lots in McEinney, O Tiik Middlestxtro News says thnt W. Danville. Advocate. " bummers iu o 'S is now undergoing a thorough IntUvill. For Hon 1L C. Wakuen went to Munfords-ill- e overhauling, being reimpered, repainted. It. Itobiiiflon, (' C Storm, It. II. Toni-- 1 lloth detraMe homes address information and term o i P n u m in con and Hubert Kinuaird, of luncasyestenlay to attend mrt and 3 MKh bbhlK L ADAMS, Ae., and in a few days it will b iu h West Main Street, im, to let tiled wirHplJ see how splendid condition. It is under the ter, have just sold to the Town l Lexington, Kv. S " a trnct of to acres in the Western the next auditor of Kentu ky looks. o management of that popular gentleman, O T3 -1 r ,c went to Umrhville Mr. W. It. Logan, assisted in part of tlie city for JJS.OOO, which cost Mil 1'iiAMi Haiibw n the olllce S.A.XsB. O G, f5 rt yesterday to cheek up last mouth's bus- by Messrs. A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan them only J5,tK less than a year ago. w M If not told privately, I will or Monday, Februainess. I le says he w ill make an etforl to and J. L. Marshall, all of whom were Mr. J. P. Sandifer mado the deal for 8 ry oth, county court day, iu the town of Stanford, ' have the K. 0 trains run to suit our with tbo Alexander, and they are deter- them. It tootc three cars to bring the Ky . vjlvr for suleone of tho beet bred and one of S .2 Works engine, which is a 400 horse the best breeders in the State lie is nearly 16 Iron people as near as he can. O mined to make it even more populai hands high, black with mealy nose Any one o U 2 O has been moved to buy such a Jack can call and ice him or Mil P. D. Ciibnowktii, general aHiit than ever. It is centrally located and power The 3 3 a Ky. me at larger nnd better qunrters nnd it is address for the New York Life Insurance Co.. is considering the accommodations O J. CROW. ami into to be hoped the service will be nuteriul-l. here in Its interest. Mr. C. was a gallant price, is the best hotel in Louisville. J. S. WELLS, Ph. Q. Prose. Oik. C. C. BREESE, Jeweler, improved. Confederal.) soldier and carries a bullet I iu this issue. in bis iKwIy yet to remind him of tlio-- e At n meeting of the democracy of this Tiik Popples family is quite a remark- precinct held nt the dark days. e SaturMian Street, Opp.Court-HousSTANFORD. K JidukM. C. Saitlky is lmck from able out1. There were eight children day afternoon, Mr. L. L. Dawson presidIn the corporate Jimlts of Koland. Knoxville, where it is likely that be has born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram Popples, ed and J. P. Hailey acted ns secretary. II J DARST, RowlaDd. 86 foruied u law partnership, which, we are who came to this section from Virginia, On motion J. H Paxtou was unanimous(lad to say, does not necessitate the re. and they nre nil living, the oldest, Mrs. ly chosen to till the vacancy iu the counmoval of his excellent faintly. Thejudgo Tommy Hall, at 7 hih! the youngest, ty committee caused by the resignation IShas an extended experience in the laws Miss Malinda Pepples, at 53. Mr. John of Capt. Iticbards. The conunittee will or THE .States, which ennbles Pepples, who was in to pay his subscrip- moet county court day nnd choose u of the different him to bo as much at home elsewhere as tion the other day, is a bale old gentle chairman which will in nil probability in the Kentucky courts. He is a line mnti of 71, over 0 feet bjgh and weighs be Mr. Paxton, as he is more convenpounds. All the family is above me iently located. Mr. Pnxton's selection judge of law, as well as a most eloquent advocate, and ho will prove a valuable dium sire, the mgn being fully 0 feet and is n good one and gives general satisfacHt'STONVILLU, Ky., acquisition to the able bar of Knox-ill- e. well built. The father was a soldier of tion, especially to the young democracy. md- All kinds of CONFECTIONERIES, Nuts and Cukts, pure war of IMS anil lived to be over 00 the made Candies a specialty. saya the Saturday Evening, Fob. 1 Is the Louisville '91, yeats of age. Their mother died nt (18. VICINITY. CITY AND Times, is a blind woman named Sarah At 7 O'clock. Did Not Annum;. Mr. Hen Honry, Jcllorson. who was born and raised near for street House and lot on Lcnca-te- r of Faj elte, brought over bin little girl, Crab Orchard. Getting to be tin expert Served in any style. My rooms are elegantly fitted up. sale Apply to J. A. Carpenter. who was bitten by a dog, nnd had Mr. in bead work, she went to Louisville In order to close our partnership rt S. S. MYE1 . Main street, Stanford. business, Lewis Dudderar's mad stone applied, over J0 years ago, where sho followed line of white goods, although several the business of making bead baskets and V ill sell to the nightst bidder the above named and linen odgings just received. but it failotl to adhere, pioperty. times applied, and that is taken as pioof other trinkets and was enabled to sup- .Severance A Son. that the dog was not in.ul. The history port herself quite comfortably. A felcth; the remainder in 6, TriM: J. K- - Hruca sold several of tlie stone may be of interest. It was low feeling makes us wondrous kind i j and IS months, ith mteictt from day of tale Uoino Ui W. I). &J. O. WEATIIKRKORD, shares of First National Hank stock to sent to Mr. Dudderar's father by Dr. and when Sarah met Hlind Dave Steph.... 1 sit sua. Hunt! from Mibonri about 50 years ago. ens, who eked out an existence by playJ.C. u)8 lltistontillc, Ky 90 id comers, she It is about the size of tlie first inch of h ing the fiddle on Nkw line of giuglwms, peiiangf, v" ninii's thumb, is of a dirty whitu color fell in love with him and gave a demure C calicos and Armenian Merges just I las the largest and and somewhat iesmbles marble. It is nt"ent when he asked her to bo his wife. , received, Severance A Son. of a porous nature and the holes in it They lived reasonably happy togother MOST COMPLETE STI K The for several years, when the poor woman Sam GciT, for stealing n pair of shoes mo much like those on dice. given SO dnya by tradition is that it was formed from tlie was further stricken with paralysis nnd from J. K. Alford, was OF maw of a Kocky Mountain goat. It has Dave concluded to take a bridal trip y Judge Varnon's court - Sr.turday. e anil both wero admit WfttsJM'H asid been applied in hundreds of etisci, on sti to the rv tva I I ham: just opened the handsomest average of as many times as 20 in a ypnr ted. Ijct week Hlind Dave eloped with J ever shown in Stanford' 'at M lino of Glassware ever brought to this nnd no one ever sutlered hydropobia to Wooden Legged Liz Wallace nnd left hi V I &J A. Warren. a luw ab the lowest. a market by any one. A. whom it was npplied. Mr. Dudderar blind and paralysed wife to weep and make a fortune out of tho stone, mourn. She says she intends to get in the 5 ' , Remember that I have one of the best watch-makerSS Jaii.ku oTiisa had the chain gang out could cm the hut ho is n good Samaritan and does not well, though, and dote tho remainder yesterday doing some good work Don't ha tg who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. use. of her life in making it hot for her dirty streets. Let him continue iu the charge for its "d the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. send jobs to rival and her truant husgood cause. , Chairman S. W. Wki.i. Satiskikii. trade and work is c band. rT1 gold and silver taken at market price. Your Pettiboue, tbo clever gentleman who sits Tiik "Pennlty of Crime" will bo A. R. l'ENN I guarantee satisfaction. itcd and CHURCH AFFAIRS. at tho throttle of a passenger engine on by a company said to bo nt Walton's Oper.i House, Satur- this division, has issued a notice to tbo The Register enjs that his Richmond members of tho Hrotherhood of Locomo- friends sent $200 to Hro. Hames. day night, 1 Ith. 33 rS?' tive Engineers and Firemen, givng the CO HUhop Duoley will start on n conbet: Tub Court of Appeals decides in tbo result of the coinniittee'sconference with firmation tour of the State Feb. 15, opencase of tbo National Hank of Luncaster the otliciulB of the L. .fc N., with lefer-enc- e ing ' Tno M uic TIcmovkr fills a long felt at Owensboro. vs inluiflon on nnpeal that tbo Slate to certain inequalities of pay and Wilson, of Harrodsburg, F.lder 11. T. v.ant with imnirrHof Horx'sor Mules courts have jurisdiction against isationai work. Ho compliments the oiHeors for tbo inventor of nn excellent- washing Willi AVait Knots, limine'?, Cuts, Hanks for usurious charges and thnt the their kind and patient hearing and says: machine, has accepted a call to tho Strains, Sprains, Old Sores, lnrb Wire B complninnut can recover doublo tlio "F.ngineorfl on local freights nnd hind It liuikes no dilTeronco PutB, ete. Christian church in New Albany. nnd not merely twice runs, or where inequalities of pay amount of interest existed, h A minister ot tins town lias a copy lins the knot has licon there, or l"gnl the amount of usury nbovo the have been advanced according. to cir of the Psalms printed in rnied lettera how html it u, (if it is not of tlio rate. cumstances. Tho pay of Bwitch engin- and bo will sell it at n reasonable prico l.!ii) wo will Uiko it off on tho "HO eers has been advanced from $2.50 to S3 or bo will give it to any poor bliud n left open nt Fort lUlit, K0 PAY" iilun. In removing Tiik Bwitch was for Saturday and freight a dny over tho entiro system; switch (Ire: who may bo able to read it and who tho knot tho liair comes oir, and tho in Mndison, jilaeo heconies very pore; when you No' 10 from Lexington ran into it, milk- men from $1 to 1.50. All other fire- may not have such a book. I Ciwtorlitcurca Colic, Constipation, 'CaitorllsBOwelladaptJtochUJrenUiAt derailing men's pny hna been raised from 50 per Dr. J. A. Henderson, pastor of the btomacli, Dlarrbcptt. Enicutloti, toI using it, tho hair comes back its ing kindling wood of 4 cars and IrrtommendltMBupfriortoBDyprescnpuon i yortiui, Kln I;p, and jiromotai cent, of engineers' pay to M per cenf. M. E. church, South, nt LaGrnngo, died oiiginal color, and not a trace of the I A brake.nan was also badly H. A. Abchi, M. D., to mB.M potion, known 3 others. Without Injurious medication. somo scoundrel Many other valuable concessions have Thursday from tho effects of a paralytic UlBo.OxionlSt.,Ur(U7n,H,Y. knot is left. For plan of insurance, hurt It is believed that a switch key and been mado by tho management, which stroke. Ho leaves a daughter and two etc., cull at tho undersigned druggist's, Tu CsifTAoa Co'iT, Tt Murray SJreot, 1. near'tbnt point has and bring your animal with you. was loft open to wreck costs tbo company little, but which helps sons, Rev. II. G. Henderson, of Frankthat the switch it was to make tho life of tho engineer nnd fire- fort, nnd Dr. Dan R. Heuderson, of LexFor late by W. 11. McRoberts, druggist, Stanthe train, as only a few days aKo man more comfortable." ford, ington. open by the agont. louud blue-gras- Hki.i.k Cook, of HtiBtoiivillo.iB tlio giiem of Mrs. Kobt. McAliRlcr. MlNK8llA an Lizr.iK TwmwKix, of HuKtonville, wero in town Friday. .Mil KnJoNks attended the openiiiK bnno.net at tlio "Commerce," Uniisville. .Mil J. C. Ki.oiik.mi:, of Cumberlnnil Gap, Hpent Sunday with Ids family ut tli in place. Mins Hrm.KV.of Kirlunotid, Iibh been Wilh How a iu was landed enfely in Yoim account is ready nnd timnt bo jail at St. IvOtim Saturday, where he will settled. W. H. MrRoburls. be held till the court in tlio county in Oliver clilllud plow points at 35 cents which he killed the deaf mute, which ntll.K.A W. II. Wenrcn'u. does not begin for tbreo months. Nkw Htock of ladies' gowns, skirts, Ac, 'Sqi'iiikHaiu The governor has comjust opened. Severance A Son. missioned John M. Hail as justice of tbu Wantkii, 100 pounds of nice, fresh pence in this precinct to fill tbo vacancy caused by the resignation of Capt. Kiel) Ut butter. A. C. Martin, Maywood. nrds. 'Squire Hail will make n good (So to II. F. Hout's for all kinds of one. 9 dried fruits and fresh canned goodH. Tiik Woman's Parsonage and Home Missionary Society will meet with Mrs. Foil Sai.k. A good second-hanA T. J. Godbey, Friday afternoon. horse wagon. Will sell cheap. M. ' full attendance of tbo members is desirKlkiti. ed. The election of officers will tuke Ukick Sai.k. 1.000 or fi.OOO place for the ensuing year. brick for sale for cash only. A. A. Tins freshet of Saturday washed out Warren's. the wooden support of the Silver Creek Hkaii. Our eoal accounts miiBt bo bridge on the K. C. and Capt. Keefe bad paid on the first of each month. I'leat-to transfer his passengers and baggage. remember this. It. K. A W. II. Wear- - Workmen npent Sunday on the job and en. had the bridge all right yesterday. m d n first-clase The Richmond Presbyterian church passed highly complimentary resolutions on the Ilov. Thomas Cummins, who has given up the pastorate there to take charge of the Henderson church. The Register says that during his 18 months' service there 02 .members united with the church, 35 on profession, nnd that there was an increased spirituulitv on the members generally. J. U. Dennett, n Northern Methodist preacher, has been landed behind the bars nt Morgantown on tbo sensational charge of obtaining money under false pretenses. He represented thnt ho had fallen heir to which amount he checked for in favor of the loud bank. Ho then proceeded to buy goods and give checks for them. The I4,f00 check was dishonored nnd the nrrest resulted. for Adams Vaughn, this season, tit their place in Fayette county. A New York fool has just paid 0 for the champion St. Bernard dog, Sir Helvidere. An Knglislimati got the money. J M HhII bought yesterday of A. F. Moberly the farm of (52 acr. s on the Knob Lick pike at ?tto per acre. Mr Moberly sold this place to Mrs. Ferrlll, of Garrard, but she wnB unable to pay for it, hence the second sale. A $12,-50- 0J -- A FULL LINK OF- - Groceries & Hardware, Of all sorts, sizes, kinds and shapes. Cigars and Tobacco, Meal, Meat, Flour, Lard, Beans, Mince Meat, Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat, Hominy Flakes, Apple Butter, "O. K." Lard, Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Coffee, Teas, Salt, Lime and Cement. Cutlery, Plows, Seeds, Stoves, Quecnsware, Tinware and Harness. John Kngleman will drive and trnin OLIVER CHILLED PLOW REPEIRS d SPECIALTY. At exceedingly low prices. Berlin Kettles going at cost. A C. SINK. J N.MENKKEE Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, liLINDS, FOB, SALE io U'MBER, din-ino- Choice Farm "WOVEIT WIBE SLAT FEK'CB. FIRST CI.iS.SS YiRB. ' 200 DRUGS and JEWELRY fflAMCPIDKW to-da- weli-bui- lt house-keepin- e, 1 brick-makin- WATCH, Watch. beer-bottlin- 97-- tf bill-of-fnr- e Isir-roo- 2TOK S-SX- Com-pun- y o-- 1 JACE FOB. h n q a c g post-otiic- o 95-t- d y Sec-ad- For Sal court-hous- Twenty Building Lois W B. MoBOEBTS, e, FTJBIiXC SAX.E S. S. MYERS' STOR E -- Headquarters for All Sinds of PoreSgn Weatherford Hotel, and Domestic Fruits, 1 alms-hous- e, FRESH OYSTERS AT ALL HOUI 3, " " Kiunt Ham-l.urg- s Cne-tMr- d The Old Kelialole Jeweler ifV-.-. vV 7icrv-i-s-j.rTy- in the L L 1 por-cidle- s, th-str- eet ftft&iTiCBia f, A. R. Peni y Jewel erf MAGIC. ; poor-hous- n 0 1 am fn I Ln m$m: 'l3SS5Sb xmfyJM" s wooden-le- gged nor-tray- ed . cr tlrst-clns- s, - ;'v3i - n mm . km K m -- J 11 Ks-to- ll por-so- Infants and Children. J . " .V - e mi i .vi ' . I II flf i f L 9 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa; AT MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. farm- A Published Every Tuoaday and Friday 1JKR YJCA.lt. IN not so paid $2.60 will be charged AJDV-A.NCK rVhen K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. " 5"l.&n. local time card. Mail train going North South " " " Express train " South North Local Freight North South1 Train leaves llowland at 7:00 a. m , returning 1 The latter traini ajso carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time time is about 10 minutes faster - ..lit ,63s ..1 16pm 1 1 50 p m 50 a m am sm Mr. J. M. Ware, n clever young er of the May wood section, nnd Miss M. 0. Lovell, a handsome young lady of Somerset, were married by Hew T. J. God bey, at his residence, Thursday night. Realizing after trying itfor n pretty long time that it is not good for man to be alone, our friend, I. Shelby Tevis, in will take to himself n wifo the person of Miss Salliu M. Johnstone, of Woodford, who is spoken of as a very lovely nnd attractive lady. May their hopes of happiness be more than real izvd. ..33Pm Solar Sgckbtary Wisdom. The.se wero the closing words of his speech at the New i n. t ;, A popular remedy for diphtheria, ADVOCATE which has been employed in China for Will s41 or rent 011 easy terms ARNON MIS! .MAK1 h lit swine raising that wtU pr male tHe over yOO yvars, consists of blowing a tl SianlmU. Ky hcnlth II i;s shu iltl be fed If you think yourself indispensable, powder into tho throat, using a decoction of plants as n garglo and drink, and take a walk in tho cemetery and road DR. tho employment of certain hygienio the inscriptions on the monuments of ; measures. The powder is called bigger men now almost forgotten. nnd it appears to consist principally of borax, camphor, powdered pearls, cin Bucklen's Arnica Salve The nabar, acetate of copper and charcoal, sores, best salve In the world fur cuts, bruises, ul. rrs sslt rheum, fover sores, tetter, chaptho percentage of borax and camphor ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin trup ... AT being respectively 42.5 and 12. From tions and positively cures piles, or no pay rcquir cd. It is twenty to thirty centigrammes of this or moneyguaranteed to givo perfect satisiactior, Office on Main street, o rasite Portman House, Speaking of the lobbies, which usually retunueu rricr 15 cents per boa. up stairs. Nitrous Oxide as given for painless iAI. F. infest Frankfort during the sessions of powder are blown through a jviper tube For sale by A R Penny, Suntord, Ky. IN & CO.'S, two hours. Tho decoction is dif"'""'STANFORD. KENTUCKY. very ever' to imitate, as is made the legislature, the Courier-JournPulpit nnd tho Stage. ficult Tho it from the sensibly says: Slirmit, Pastor United States following: roots of tho coptis teeta, or Rev K. M lllue Mound, Kan., savs "1 llreth Ky. HOG & POTJLTEY REMEDY, DR. W. B. leel nn Church, "If reasonable, wise and general laws ginseng, and flowers cf Caprifolium m) dutytotMl what wouders Ilr King's New Disit 1 he i nly rellstle me '.ine far swine were a lopted for the government of cor- ChineiiM), fruit of thoUvularia cirrhosa, coterynas done for me My lungs were bndlv ttHiught of Pterocarpus flavus and Capantu diseased, aand tny parishioners fivo bottles ofcould porations one would hear less about lob- brk l)r Used Successfully for 14 Years. live only few weeks. I took Office South side Main street, in office recently King's New Discovery and am sound and well, bies. As a matter of fact, many bills are fl.tvus root. vacated by Dr. L K Huffman, Stanford, Ky. an pounds In weight," I'UUVKNIi DlhKASK. " About fifty grammes of each aro alining - l.ovr, Manager Love's Funny Folk s P. V aitEEN. Proprietor introduced in various legislative bodies ArthtiARKI-s- rs DISKASK, boiled in a pint of water until it is re-- Combination, writes "After a tnomugh trial M. BRUCE, u SlOVh fOtr.H, ti uueimeu to aurac vu nuu,. cubi(j ceuti and convincing evidence, I am confident that Dr. to m daml This I have recently taken charge ef this well known . . . I1KSTIIOY.S WORM r... sf nil tliia nrnlAndfirl rnmilnrinn . wruph 1.is uuertHi, aiioweu. 10 Kind's New Discovery for Consumption beats em " " """ cooi, ami given m all, and tires when cvr thing lc tails The Hotel and intend keeping it at its present lM IIASTKNS AND FED 5TABLS, does not regulate, laws plain, direct, just1 MATURITY, tandard. Special attention given to the tratcflnc greatest Madness I can Jo my many thousand threo dose in tho twenty-fou- r hours. public. botINCRhlASHS THE H.Ksll it " and intelligent wero adopted, and "spe The regimen enjoins the avoidance of fiends is toKurge them to try More. Free tnal Mtes STANFORD, KY. Penny's Drug Regular tles at A and St t Vt sale by occupa- ice, cold drinks, sugar and fatty mutton cial legislation" abandoned, tho First-Clas- s SPECIAL Al rk.Nl ION to COMMERCIAL would begone. At and iruiM, hut allows at first boiled rice, Specimen Cases Horses and mules bought and sold. tion of tho lobbyists travelers. JT. eggs and salt fish, and later, boiled In connection Also s II Clifford, New Cat sell. Wis , was troubled Onlyhrst-clas- s horses and vehicles used in livery every session of the legislature, some chicken and bread. A largo number of with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach wis STAMOHD, KY legisla Fits liver was alfected to an alarming crude, Pool and Billiard Parlors. , cases aro said to bo cuml in threo days, disordered. fell s pound tana i'riirs tionispflered, threatening injustice to bnt th(J oviaenco on which thev aro degree, inappetite and away and he was terribl) of u (i, J, v., Si and 1. M K KID. Clerk strength. Three bottles flesh THE SHELTON HOUSE, ono interest, to ono city, to ono locality, v. cents per package Ihe largest are the cheap. him 7J tl est termed diphtheritic is by no menus con Electric Hitters cured llamshurg. III , had a runKdward Shepherd, Write lur Kstimnnisls a C4 page tho lobbyists appear. elusive. Now York Lodger. and in ning snre on his leg ol eight years' standing J. H. GREER, Proprietor. pamphlet on swine, will be mailed or a lwvrenl three bottles of Electric llitters and imm bote As far as tho railroads are concerned, siamp of Hucklen's Arnica Salve and his leg is sou ml - Orucrs hy mail re elve prompt attention Tench the Chilli to Ourglo. and well John Speaker, Catawba. Ohio, had with a general law defining their duties Ol life Is JOSKPII HAAS, S, Children are mimics, and tho mothor five large fever sores on Ins leg. doctors said hr accommodations at reasonable rates. and their privileges, their obligations was IHtersaml Indianapolis, lnd t who has taken singing lessons nnd one bincurable One bottle Electric Yum entire What to Eat and Where to Get It oi Open day and night. Sample room and good livery x Hucklen's Arnica Salve cured and their rights, with no special charters learned to enrvo the tongue down, thus ly Sold at A. R Penny's drugstore. hvcrythin is so hig h in connection If you want to find goods to suit you, as well as ollered for sale or for blackmail, wo exosiug tho throat to it fullest extemt, prues, ro to lh Small l)oy, would hear little or nothing of railroad would do well to niako n game with her Ice, joy, B. KOUT CO.'S, lobbies. As long as amateurs put their children, encournging them to such imi Ice liiin,, At Powers' old stand, and you will find them just "HILTIC O UA.St) HOUTK." Having leased the Menelee Stable, I now ofler experiments into tho statutes, we are not tation. If she will open her month nnd as cheap as he used to sell them CSivc us a trial lloy in. my NEW STABLE on Lancaster street for rent and be convinced that this Is Ihe place for make tho sound , letting the Tho Shortcut nnd Qutolcoat Routo It has ten large Box Stalls and is the very best apt to get rid of tho evil." Had scrape, llols and Shoes at cost Kull line of Central Kuntuclcy to nil polntn from place in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for tongue form a curve in tho lower part of North, lilnck emtio. (rcccries, all nw and fresh All kinds of produce the coming sexiou. A large cistern at the door EttHt, Wont rvnrj South-Won- t. wanted Kens, lleans, Chickens, Kresh Uutler, Superintendent on the mouth, her baby will copy it, and Chicago News. Fruit A Sundav-schoo- l Call on or address Rai's, Feathers, moit arivthm,; in the prwluee line ' Unobotwoon Lnxlnjrton nnd CincinA.T NUNNELLEY, Stanford being asked how many pupils were in tM0 chanced for required applications to UK ROUT Ce) 93 nati. Mllod' Norvo and Liver Pills his school replied: "If you multiply the tho throat, in cases of diphtheria and SCHKDULE IN KrFKCTNOV 16. ilo. Acton a new principle regulating the liver, other maladies, will bo greater. number of Jacob's sons by the number bowels through the nerves. Apropos of this another nursery game, stomach and Dr. Miles' IMls speedily cure A new Co. discovery of times which the Israelites compassed which is valnablo in itd far reaching No 3. No. , So 6 bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation OF STANFORD. KY . Smallest, I am well prepared to bore wells and will do the Jericho on tho seventh day, and ndd to possibilities, is the putting on to tho Uneualed for men,dr-women, children K Daily Kx Sun "" - 5 cents. Samples free mildest, surest o work in a good manner and promptly Is now fully organ sted aud ready for busisess with Lvc Cincinnati the product the number of measures of chiltl of a rubber bib nnd teaching it to at A. It Penny's, Stanford lis am lot pin 1 iS am p m I.ve Covington.. At One Dollar a Foot. Boaz gave Ruth, divide gnrglo. Havo somo sugar aud water, barley which Lvc p ra P Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Arr Falmouth... n i' am v lo piti J Sa p ro l'n tire In I. lie. iS iuioij 16 this bv the number of Hainan's sons, and let the little one. in its imitative l'ans ra L. T. SMITH 34 Pcon'e fml In rainy ny In business. p mill m p m o so ii m J i .15,000. Arr Lexington subtract the number of each kind of un- Ierfonunnces, even spill a great deal morality, in rnllen n rmppinrts nnd In Surplus, in a ml". I.ve Paris. M i 5 J7 m and BW.illow somo. If tho result is acInvfiu un unsusparUnl o tj p m clean beasts that went into the ark, complished ami tho child learns to gar- health.of A vrinH In - lit-rt Is K thri.,ol does not Arr Winchester.. is to p ru cause I.Mlurr 7 o p a . SUCCKSSOIl to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL Arr ltichmend i5 P m multiply by the number of men that gle there will bo gained a hotter oppor- clrcii'Mo proporly In ill" liitisis. (lief Is short Arr Lancaster. 5 io p m HANK OK STANFORD, . ne or Ure.tth nvUitnis. mo. . m tu ti .un, Arr Stanfard. went to seek Elijah after he was taken tunity for curative measures in case of brail clir, etc III III" stu nnoh vOna, o P m ...... same assets and under Lvc Richmond pain inilisti'it on, wixil s tc in ibr liver, (Now ckaing up) with the to heaven, substract from this Joseph's bimplo or malignant throat maladies. Arr llerea Ihe same management. torpiditv, c(ii(j.iih, etc l'i n 11 Hie .eft side, l pm " ,7 I have in my care several families of thoiiioLr .iml xtnintiCii i rii'iM it " in strain Ity provisions of its chatter, depositors are as Arr I.ivtngun 5 " P m ago when ho Btood before Pharoah, di-- , depositors For nil lhit children with whom this method has tho hi art anil niHlnilii'S llr Aliis Nnv t'uro for fully protected as aie being held in National THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR vided by tho number of stones David Individually lungs is the bvst niiiid) Sold, Hanks, its shaicholdeis No. j. No. i. No j siook of the amount liable the KUHrano selected to kill Goliah, subtract tho been pursued, nnd threatened disease is Trculise ph nnu ricoiniiii'iiuvii uy .. u i'onny. thereinto at theextentvalue thereof, in of their 10 the addition par free often aborted by the wise administration 8 co a m g 5 invested in suih sbrit It may artas I.ve Livingston amount ............. numberof furlongs Bethany wub distant of gargled by tho nuno J An Important Matter. or mother. Dr. 10 sj am executor administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as I.ve litres ...... ..sw4ss. nr'g.-is i u from Jerusalem, multiply by tho num(ijRherc individual SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, Julia Holmes Smith iu New York Led- the Uestonitiio NitIiiremr. nnrr tho snlcj ol anTo those who entrusted their buisiness to us Arr Kichmand. " it w L a fooil nnd Lve Stanford ,,. . - are uxtotiiiluiig 7 bo am ber of anchors cast out at the time of ger. mi'clic t in sMlnit any thing while mnsging the Lincoln National Dank l SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &C. Lve Lancaster 1 Jo a in .. tliej esrrh.sd, while It u ioi tinivorsnl s.itlsfo Stanford, we we here tenderour many thanks ami Arr Kichrnond. 10 a Paul's shipwreck, subtract the number is m tlon in hoa larhe rvuiisiw. sir eplossness, trust they will continue to transact their business M'arnitli n Vital as Ilittlilni;. PRICE BO CENTS. Lve Richmond. of people saved in the ark and the re IiuchiicIio, poor uiomory, rts with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten05 p m 6 10 aml Fastidious women must take notice sexual drbl Ity Send three stamps for frco eaunnlo Arr Winchester li2zlnc ....... samp, our P m 7 15 a in box and book. mainder will be the number of pupils in that cleanliness, prized as it is, is not 60 Aninery A r'c It. llurtoti A Ca. Troy N ,Y0 , tion to andas liberaltwenty years' experiencecon-in Arr l'ans . . Murphy, of ll.iti.p Creelt, Slich J J P n 7 j a ni'i banking accommodations as arc H Wooilworlli, A Co , of Kort Wnyne, lnd , and Lve Lexiugion sound banking were there?" the school. How many sistent with iu pm 7 00 a mi 3 43 p m indispensable as warmth to our vitality. hundreds of ollieri. stuti that thry never Lve 1'aris,. , ... IIIKKCTORS pin 7 5J a ra, 4 15 p m The person sending tho correctanswer I should feel vory sorry if tho stres laid died nnv medicine which sold so rnpiilly,hn or Lve Falmouth., 11 p in 9 It a m; e so 1, m gae J J Williams, Mt. Yemen; Trial bottles ot this Arr Covington. 40 p m 10 to this will receive a copy of the I.ntkki- - , upon bathing and personal cleanliness frrent such satisfaction on Nervous Diseases, i jo p m 10 44 a m 6 J7 p m inciliclnn nnd book Arr Cincinnati . 1 J. M Hail, Slaiilnrd; iu a ml 6 4$ p m in these letters should lead any heroic fron at A It. I'cnnj's, who cuaranteci and 011 Journal 1 year free of charge. J S. Owsley, Manford; recommends IL On theMaysv,le llranch, No 9. leaves , gin 10 laico oaths in a cold room or, l'ans at S.J. Kmbry, Stanford ; arriving at ABSOLUTELY, PURE, v T,'.m, "u No. 11, al an.f'7 j'j, p'm. The Somerset Republican take a scri- - what is almost as bad, a half warm one, .K Lynn, Stanford; May.vileatioio.am, No. leaves Maysville at 5 so a m. aiming at Pans A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville; trick of where sho must hurry through her toilet IFOR MEDICINAL,' TOILET, BATH.T ousview of tho surrey-bugg- y at 7 40, a m. No. u leaves Maysville at uvoi(1 Betting chilly. Better in cold 50 J, K.IIaughman, Hustonville ; NATIONAL BANK AND NURSERY PURPOSES. 9M Borne, Stanford youngsters and after cop- to arrives at Paris at a in in ... ti,... irainx "Du . in aaiiycxcent bundav. weather where the luxury of J. F. Cash, Stanford; .f No. runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati Chicago.m! ying our piece says: "While most young not at its fullest, limit oneswarmth is William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. personal OK STANFORD, KY. wo 43 leases Lexington 10 00 am; arrives people under similar circumstances Paris to vrashins neck, armpitstc, nt S. II. Shanks, President 10 4 am; except Sunday For sale by A R. Penny and M. L, Bourne, would have done the same thing, still it carcB No 8 leaves Cincinnati c 10 pm; arrives nlgllt with a h0npy cloth wIthont whoUv J 11. Owsley, Cashier Falmouth Stanford. I'm. excepi 10A o. leaves auntiay W. M. Ilright, Teller was wrong. It is just such things to undressing, and tako a dry rub with a Capital Stock 7 Falmouth (ooim'im... r!..i. H Usughinan, General Hook. Keeper nati 755 am; except Sunday J. which we have become so accustomed ' woolen cloth or a silkspongo towel, limb Praln Notes -- Nn . rm,. .1.11. ., xcept Surplus ' IG,500 , i)Fiurr.n .........,, .,,u r. that we think they can't bo helped, that by limb, till glowing warm. This, with i.f.ingmn .... v.Miimnaii, .. o Sunday, V. Sundavnnlv. mnVm.r nil KKii'juuxsisjatzsaiBTnrrrEaj daily .1 .. '''""' cause so much Bcandal and often end in a thoroughgoing hot bath onco a week '"" P'twMt Cincinnati and Lsiington. Attention of the public is invited to tho fact con- sevm . '" ww.rer W11' KeeI ono the ruin of vounir Our whole soImo"h Accommo. that this is tho only National Hank in Stanford "n,a NT. Under the National Hani. Act. ou'sth below nJolrnd.e,P", "e""" St. Depot, cial Bvs'eui in Uub respect is wrong, rad- dition. Tho cold lessens tho action of depositors provisions of the only by the capital are secured not tho skin and throws work on other stock, Note -- Trains No nnd Falmouth Accommoda ically wrong, and it behooves parents to organs, hence euro is its liability lur an but by Ihe stockholders necessary to keop amount eual to the stock, so that depositors of yon No. 7 arrive a. new 4,., St. o 4h blow SM3a set about remedying' it before it is too otlier functions perfect. Shirley Dare. this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000, Nos j and 6 make connections live sworn statements of thflcondllion of the bank To curo iiuinusncAS, late." ''lh Ui'iiWI.. , Custl- - InrpointsontheN N. A M v.I...,.' l ",qrne"c u nre nude vach year to the United States govern.... IMPORTANT -- Train. l I)atlrjii,M,.nrl 1, l.ivcr ' mi luint--- ttLo ment and its assets are examined at stated tunes Stuart Ilobson I'lilillU Ills l'rouilse. is UnioV Passenger by government agents, thus securing addititoiul A piece of pig iron worth f., by sucV..a,?id7"l.frm1 '" ,Cen, the Bnfo citnl rci'iln ilhiciI, Among tho gifts received by Miss Bar- and perfect safely to depositors. Cnn"t,0nl f0r '" poln,t7NoV,nhC,,?S',dm cessive processes, each onereeiuiring tho rett, youngest daughter of Lawrence Sr.2XT2T'S This institution, originally established as the ror full particulars address any agent ol the Co. Hank of Stanford in 1858, then a 1&& iTsjj & YK P 7f hand and head of a skilled workman to Barrett, the actor, on tho occasion of Deposit the National Hank ol Stanford in 1W5 und red as W.L MUNSON ' Trav Pa... Ag,., Cincinnatt. fit it for tho next, may bo made into her marriage to Mr. Williams, were again the l'irst National Hank of S. F. II. MORSE, Gcn'l Pass'g'r Agt.. Maniord has had practically an uninterthree diamond pins, tho gift of Mr. rupted In watch spriDRa worth $270,000, Tho naIt is better supplied existenceof is years '& U sU viy Liv il-U.K. HUNTINGTON, Vkt.wtV'&n'l now with laciluies lur transacting prompttion that exchanges wheat at $1 a bush- Mackay. Mr. nnd Mrs. Williams were ly and liberally than ever before businesslong and lii? ju tin Ga in its Munager. tho recipients of n gift 'm- ttioSJI.'.3.IiHUotlOIItth-Uo.iiiatotliwatch springs gives Hobbon. Some months from Mr. Stuart honorable career Accounts of corporations, fidu el for foreign-matl- e GKN'KRAL OFFICES' 1 nu . since Mr. Robson ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic- boliJc '1 Hi Aitl It.- i? Mil. 4.ll Clisl-lNWr?i 9"m,"Brfe ,,uilJ'"if Cincinnati. O tho product of 13,800 acres of land for suggested that if tho engagement then ited. r , 3(f, ..!. i'r llottlo. I'rlci if '1 l)e Directory of this Dank is composed of one bar of pig iron. Louisville Com- (lending was followed by marriage ho of Stanford: would present tho couplo with $.",000. T.J I'oster,Keul, Lincoln county ; Vorestus Lexington mercial. by As an earnest of his intentions ho paid V. Ilaydeu, Stanford; ' Si.lOUIJ MO. .F.$MlTHaCO.i.r i fl. J. s It llauehman, Lincoln; $1 down. Thursday ho gave his check Mills Co., LexingThis notice forewarns hunters, M. Miller, Mt. Vernon; and to Mr. Williams for tho balanco, $1,099. others not to trespass on our lands fishermen ner. T Harris Lincoln; mission, as all such will lio prosecuted without full, S Hocker Stanfard; sale by all Boaton Journal. J. to the ton, Ky. est York banquet and the last he ever uttered. It will be seen that he uasdead againt free silver coinage: "The advocates of the present freu coinage insist that it shall not wait the slow process of fROYALir.'MJ mint operations, but that the printing press shall bo set to work providing certificates to be issued for silver bullion at one dollar for 1571 grains. When this consummation shall be reached, as surely it will be if unlimited coinage be adopted under existing conditions, the too ardent and impetuous lovers of silver will sadly realize the truth uttered by the wise king of Israel: "He that ioveth silver shall not be satisfied with silver." Give us direct antl ample transportation facilities under the American (lug and controlled by American citizens; a currency sound in quality and adeA cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of quate in quantity; an international bank in leavening strength. U. 5s. Government Reall port Aug. 17, 1S89. to facilitate exchanges nnd n system of reciprocity carefully adjusted within the C. lines of protection and not only will our foreign commerce) again invade every Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ot subiect to the will of the Democratic party. sea, butcvery American industry will be quickened and our whole people feel the R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. impulse of n new and enduring prosperity." DENTIST. kIIL POWDER Absolutely Puro SURGKON DENTIST. Tho deadly nature of tho gives arising from drain pipes, especially from thoso Office Jon Main street, oser W. II McRoberts Drug btore, Stanford, connecting with kitchen sinks, etc., is known to every inhabitant of cities that i 11)1 havo water works. Tho invention is designed to do nwny with tho escape of gases from kitchen sinks ono of tho Cures cuts, bruises, old sorts, skin diseases, most fruitful sources of disease. It concorns, bullion", piles, fistula, scratches haltrr II Imi hntni wn tu.ltiin iml raPtl saa W ti wi sists of a cap, which takes tho place of mi uuitit lufit hassun sua wuiiderful iitiva-vsatisfaction and been used given tho ordinary strainer nt tho bottom of its propensity lor trmoMiig soreness Is reiuarka ' me. .Numerous testimonials win be sveureu ami tho sink. Within tho cap nnd attached i will appear in this spue at n later dutc. Made to a screw, tho handle of which projects and sold by from tho top, is a vulcanized rubber J II IIKiniNS, .Stanford, K). valve of largo size, which, by a turn of the screw, is brought down over tho discharge opening, making a perfectly tight issaaK jSpc ; I joining, through which no gases can essell my larm ol about 110 acres, situ "i! t, 1M ..... ... iliV a,.. desire to .1. Ul OIlllltJ,U , Ull .1- i cape. Tho dovico, as adapted to use in "lU MUU1H. .11, II!1IC IIUIIII ther old Rush llranch pike, opposite chunh There THK HALL, wooden sinks, is screwed directly to the arc about s.o aires in wheat nnd the balance Freshleigh (for .rth time) "May I of the farm well set in timothy rtr. dwelling (iood " bottom of tho sink. As used in Iron u TT" of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid ucw sinks the depression ordinarily occupied have one more dance, Mir-- Loneck?" hsrn; Is well watered and frmed Possesion can Hastip remcve.l my 1'irber Shop to the Com by the strainer is attached to the Miss L. "Yes, but this must be the be given immediattlv. For tiarticulars. su J. I". merclal Hotel IVsiley, Stanford, or write the nmlerined at lam pit pared to a ornnxUte la Of the cap by screws passing lnht." dies as well as Rrhllemeu iu anything they may K W I II KKS. Cincinnati, (Slo. wish in my line. Cliillrcn also waited on tall through tho holes. "I hope you will excuso me for "luie, JlsSr IHOMl'SON, Tho whole dovico is then fastened to asking vou so many times, but really InCommcrtial llulcl. IJ'OIt SALE. tho sink, in that manner making it I I offer for sale privately my Farm of air and gas tight. Tho device is you aro tho only girl know here." "t Aires. south ia miles I. in a of ManlnrJ, near the bowrrutt perfectly simplo and clean, and cannot high stale ol cultivation, all be pike It Tho Flnoat on Earth. jMssibly got out of order. No rubbish but hae finished ray new Saw Mill on the Somcr The Cincinnati, Hamilton A Da) ion R R is n in grass will 15 ai rvs. has all tho neccnHiary pike. milrs troin watered or solid matter affects it, but is stopjMd thcoBl) line running Pullman's Perfected Safely buildings, generally. Calland fenced allda dtoir. set furnish ; aliv kind orSunlonl and art- - prepared able place uii or addre.s neat to IKMIIKIt, hHINUI.KS, Vestil uled on tho outside, where it can bo readily nnd Dining Trains, with Chair Parlor Slewing oiuniuru, ivy I will s.ll the Imn At .atl.OWKM I'KICHS Car scrtire between Cincinnati. In Ihe mill or delis er, to suit psin hasers. Olve A l'KVTON. O. berat cleaned off, and thus kept from entering dianapolis and Clikaco and 11 th only line run me a trial I'toiH. e. MAYWOlID. kY tho pies, tho cost and nnnovanco of clinz lhrrtunh Reclining Chair Lars bttween Cln- will deliver sawnl . heslnul khiKles at Stan nnati, Keokuk and Snnngheld. Ill ford or to land at U t per.M which every householder knows. By Cir Cincinnati to .Mackinaw, antl theundhkeplng SALE OR A HAS I IN turning tho handle down so that tho Only Direct Lino ononing into tho waste pipo is stopped, Between Cincinnati, Da)ton Lima, Toledo, DeRegions tho sink can bo filled with water and used troit, the aVe sneof theand Canada. the State ol The Very Dosirablo Residence The road oldest in as a tub for tho washing of dishes, small Ohloand the only line entering Cincinnati over 15 And acr lot on Dansille street of doithletraik, ami frowns past recwtl can articles of clothing, etc. Now York miles than assure its pultuns spec!, comfort and in good repair and ionUins 5 riis. the houe is Ihe jird is more large and boautilul atiJ altoetKer Can not e me heiltKyftd sunply by the t ro Telegram. afet Swrr On Prntrctor. rflft Dr. A. S. PRICE, mm wmw vm I I tr vin MsWKH s'faLQBI . mm l- - Phi Am miVW v6-i- r2 Farm For Sale. -- I -- rvii--- -r- a Ixit-tor- n I jwr-fectl- y PAII 1 NEW SAW MILL. I I I yo-i- FOR -- RENT. 4J-- ir 11 1 DISEASED HOGS I Chinese Curo for Diphtheria. Picket on sale everywhere, and see that they read C , II At), either 111 or out of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or Toltdo. E. O McCORMICK. Cieneral Passenger and 1 uket Aget. Tho Plnco 1b ono of tho Moat in Town. cessuf death Do-llKht- thpmsclscs an J t SUINK KAlSKKS ewe il tJ I so lety IIFFOIOI 9-- RICHARD WARREN Ken-uok- y. sin-so- CASH JOSEPH HAAS' , Paid For Hides and Fur, ELK al PENNY, Dentist. r Stanford, mH; B. (, 1 MY3SRS HOUSE, I. L!W, W m ... : Sample Koom FOSTER, self-defens- e Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. lsl The Greatest Worry s FOE, K,E!TT. ! 1 F. Kentucky Central R.R. n-.- IIAK-(IAIN'- S 77-- tf BT3SX.I. BOHXISTG bilio-is-nes- Farmers Bank&Tnist South-Houn- -- .. lrpm lpm . 1 1 1 . - TAR DID J two-ce- dlri'-iihs- s, ilipis ... . ! , North-ltaun- d. - e- - a3 f in- ,-- - I V;-- ti- - 1 4 TAR OIDSOAP ' 4 -' FIRST ,,r ... ... 1 TAH-0IDCO.- 1 S200.000 4 K 1 -. tfi o &:m m&em - ?. 'mtfto 1 The BEST FLOUR the , CREAM the ij, FLOUR For J A:c. ii1-(l:k- made Roller POSTED. Bread and a happy Cook. Grocers. Don't fail to use Cream Flour' if you want good first-cla- ss when When When When Baby was Blck, we gave her Castoria. she was a Child, sho cried for Castoria. she Iwcamo Miss, she clung to Castoria. she hod Cbiilioo. sho gavo them Castoria. U. A. Jennie Jane's grown up children never get too much grown up to hang up their stockings. OFFICERS: Tho dignified Vida, who travels with Manager A. M. Palmer's J, S Hocker, President; companies, got hers stuffed with oranges John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant just as when she was a toddler. gj-i- Lacker, I.lr.oeln: T. P. Hill. Stanford; W. C. Welsh. Stanford. W. 1'. Tale, Stanford. FOR MEN ONLY! KuPSfi Mliir UUaf Errors orfit HiUr4. W..W11111 n-- extent of the law. Signed. lOsneral andHERVOUB Excesses ror Luaror raixinu JiAMnoort Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN, DEB Slnj4w mttA II. W. GAINES II. McKIVMirv JJO IN U 1 Cashier, is Old or Yaunr. MC !( BsIhuI, Jlivll. SUSIIOOIirillT Is 4 mr.MisHiis,tjDmuipuiKinssi"ii(rso .tlirrt ftour. fcfc.Bi1k. Mils HOSie TKISTBXIT-IISH- au ilMalilslT I. a 4,r, W A COFFrh' w 10 11,1k sat rsralf CmsIH.s. Wrll tkt ss. u ff HITYi Ml.a Srr..t- - teAUCE,iM& Mrs. M lKrl,tli ssvrsse ilK Bm4, sslusllsa s4 iiauwiMMirm. noiimiTiuiiwPTT v)p RIMES. MfcUIUAb UUi BUFFO.N.Y. J ;v :'.."" a E HRUCE, ' xn 1 i 1S- SH'WS wyfaNiy '" ,, .