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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891021301 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 KY., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1891 -I . NO. 100 -- Anthony Hiinn sold to.S.T. Harbison, of Lexington, 'J rondstorH nuil 2 combined horst'H (or JSKX). Kiumclt McCornmuk lmn rlowd out town, his laruo investments at .1... eoit. for exactly llarrinan, . s hi ro as lore.' h i . .v in Hintiiftt i.,.. ,i,,i,!, . noon be a current riiuIiu in ,,! local- - rapidly uruw to Unit ominous roar of nn tornado, which would mi- doubttdly hiivu ouliniiiatiMl in the rapid conversion to minco meat of tho diabol inil raider but for tho timely interven-- ' nt ....,..l...i :.. iiiu tti ui .. iiiuvnri in .1... :..... '..,...;.:. , inr linn tbatilark irentloman, whosporUJ a , , forkcil tail, hy wlio-s- tiul tlit ' wnH enabled to vanish in-to thin smoke in pluin view of it few ,. , -i i Mr. Gould lias doubtless been tho GRAB ORCHARD. cipirntofn vnst amount jdy.,,,,. ity. .... ryr e 1 ' iiMfn-i.i- . t , inn1 ceil , , (icor:c' Miller Givens is aain at l. 111....... ....... iiimv I... ....... f. IIUIIH' iium iiiiiiiuii, nun 3 ll.nt "u of mules that not lud another will fill the Southern demand. Will Cabbell was up from Lebanon on a visit last week. Some say that he came hIoiik to see that young Georjjo took the ritfhtend of the road at Junction City, as excursion rates to Mardi Gras are now on sale at all railroad crosiiiiKS, as well as at tl:s largest sta- car-load lly-iiiK population and the troubled waters have h1iikiI. f ,'...I. . Mclvinnev, a ,'prominent od bach elor, has a nuor-edk'on bis favorite butcher knife, determined in (be event ANDof thedisappeaiiiuci of a nero child, to devote the remainder of his life in pursuit of the demon, if not sooner success- chief cftim to preferment being that he and Miss Anna L. Stuart, on 'Wednes- ful in "cuttiuuhim to uiblets." wore no socks, lie is therefore denomi- slay at 12 o'clock. The ceremony was nated the "sockless fetatenmau," rather solemnized by Hev. John Hell Gibson, LANCASTER GARHARU COUNTY. than the "sockless fool." Me is not sure of Stanford. We congratulate Mr. -"- The I'enaltvof Crime" will be the as to Ins politics and lights shy when on winning such a handsome and '1 Fri,l"' hmw n,.lr.,,eli?" ut lUi' lw In the county, go to questioned as to whether he will act talented companion. They left on the -J- ohnGoodohada pretty close call uitrht, l.'tth. with the republicans or democrats, but evening train for Pineville, whero Mr. last week in handling a refractory mule, An oruauiz itiou known as'tho "Crow claims to be in full fellowship in the M. has been for some months. He is a haltered by aid of several assistant. Ah Foot Club," i.st lie latest addition to Lan- Farmers Alliance and on good terms worthy the stable, gentleman. They carry with the mule refused to leave caster's "secret" societies. with the V. M. it. A's. On a recent vis- them the best wishes of many friends John entered to stir him up whilst his Tne Gilberts Creek Colored Hand it to Springfield, III., he ventured to reand may they enjoy n lifelong honeyassistant encouraged the mule by a cave a minstrel show at the town hall mark that he is now- wearing socks. This ( ilii.ir nml nf tlm mm Itv ...it. ..I i.nll moon. "",1 Tuewlny niKl.tH. fiWSPKCIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all was, no doubt, comforting news to the some maneuver the frightened anl.na'l -- H' :rand jury competed it work proprietor of the hotel nt which he ningTim Huchanan succeeded in runrope and set encircled John with the of town two boys -.....,...- a.ier stopped, as it might have been somewhat Tim happened out be out atthis week. work guaranteed. back luminal the combined traction """ to the depot noon. Hie returned .7 indictments, dillicult to have procured a bowl of several men, who coultl not see the and these boys were there nnd they mostly for misdemeanors. Wo underlargo in which to have placed thought they would run him back to situation, and the sensations of a sudstand that they stirred the illegal Whis- his feet when the tune arrived for the den reduction ofli 10 inch waist measure town. They jumped on him and beat ky sellers up "with a long pole." removal of the dirt from the quuruped him considerably. Tim wrote'to a friend proportions, are most graphto wasp-likA very tine colt, the property of Col. preparatory to his retiring to rest. True as follows: "Dear Sir: I got into a 'reck' ically described by the unfortunate, IX' . i " nrriuiimy injured this ditliculty might have been obviated this evening at the depot and got carved whofe outcry startled the men into a rin-l- " ' CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. hy riimiitiK against a piece of by leading the "sockless statesman" l cut- unmmercifully and am laying very low. just In time to avert a nela l,,nk. the shoul--Co- down to the river or some convenient Come immediately; I will pay your ex" of our henceforth prudent John. ,ler "l'0,u ' in"'H- Co1- KewiHOii had pool, and after giving duo notice to the af-Molasses, Coffee, Syrups, Tea, Honey, S. G. Drvu drove in Saturday penses both ways; come on first train Sugar, refused Jl50for tho colt. t'h people of tlio city that the animal was and bring your artillery. I will meet folks. Col. home Meal. Lard, Flour, Salt, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, tornoonto e ,',e Irclwnta Carn.val," given by about to perform his evening nblutions, you at the depot. I would have Steve word that there i Nail had ., .i,,m, ,.t ll...innvillu ,low. 'i I'""''" il Howety (or tho heneflt of so that they could betake themselves to graphed yeni but havn't time now. FARINACEOUS GOODS: xh l.ri.lwn church, netted the hand their smelling bottles and lay in a boun- respectfully, Tim Huchanan." hence, we infer, the patent retlecting Flavoring Extracts, Maccaroni, Cheese, Spices, unmi .......i l, iM. lliu entertainment tiful supply of carbolic acid, the cleans. ... .I..-I l ill ".. mil. Mr. J J. Carson, of New Albany, inn iiiu iiiiuerii iiiiiseu ki .1... i ..f I.I was repeated Saturday night for tho ben-et- ing might hae been etlccted without Prunes, Raisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Ind , was here talking to old friends last George Weatherford, of Uichmond, was of the opera house company nnd a any detriment to the public health. Hut Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, week. Mr. 0. P. King and son Will Parlor and Hall Lamps, parents anil brother. on a visit to his large crowd was present. a after all, it may bo that though Jerry's went to Middleshoro Sunday. Mrs. Qucensware and Tinware. Mrs. Maggie Carpenter is again at home, The cam of tho Commonwealth vs. feet may not, like tho rose, smell as Holdam and Miss Mollie Brooks after what seemed to her friends an interminable visit at Kansas Citv, Mo. Mr. James Hose occupied the attention of the sweet by any other name, bo may be are visiting in Danville. Misses Alice, Hugh l)g.m has gone to Iongview, Ala. circuit court from last Friday until Tues- the possessor of an honest heart, and in Mattie and Lizzie and Mr. Kuihry Heaz-leday. A 'arge number of witnesses were so far as that might be, ho would be a of Stanford, were the guests of the Dr. Cox and Charlie passed through last introduced on both sides. The case was thousand times better than the politi- Misses Stuart this week. Mr. John S. week on their way to Casey's capital, in Kdmifton is in Richmond in the interest the tonicst rig, drawn by the nobbiest K'mi t0 "'" Jtlry Tuesday afternoon and cian w horn no one can trust. In lew tlinii three quarters of an hour of his firm, Wanamaker & Hrowu. Miss team, that gladdens tho Vitheticuyos if - FOK return,..! with a verdict fixing his WAYNESBURG. Rebecca Stuart, who accompanied Mrs. West Kml horsemen. They had a full ".uy '" iih ueineni n. tne There was a singing at the llaptist Alice Newland to Louisville, has returngondola load of trunks, grips, etc.. and He certainly had a church Sunday evening. ed. Miss Birdie Denton, of Baltimore, declaration is convincing toall who very bad case against him, and most of Khner Padgett, of Kubauks, was in Md., has been visiting her sister, Mrs. know them that the aforesaid contained MinplM of just what our trade demands l" bytanders who heard the testimony our town Saturday and Sunday. G. It. W. K. Perkins. Mrs. Alice Newlund, our ' '"" Hozeltou was talking hardware to our depot agent, has been enjoying a few in their lines. -- Mr- loin Hoyd and wife have -- Miss Mary Carpenter celebrated her days' recreation at Pittsburg. J. F. Big line of Qucensware, Glassware and Tinware just received and will merchants last Tuesday. be sold at the Friday by entertaining t"r,'t''1 fmm a ,t,ls,u,t v'8'1 to 1'aris. Uev. A. J. Pike, pastor of the llap- Holdam is in Middleshoro. birthday last J,,(i J"oou ttended our circuit court tist church here, preached as usual Sat n houseful of her little friends. She pro- Parkland, Ky. 'Jniwlay. John M. Logan, of unlay and Sunday. His discourse Sunelded at the table with the ease and ele... . t I w here this week. W T. . writing irom nis new.1nome, .ir. j. 11. . day was the best and most appropriate a most accomplished matron, U 1 h,,M moml ' "difer prop-th- sermon we have ever heard him deliver. Iasley Bays: Please send your paper to All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods, at market price. brother, did whilst Jcs-- her 1) year-olon 'viHu street, and W. U. n "rt' The church will certainly prosper under me at Parkland until further notice. I honors at the foot with the Is '' 'ved to the house vacated hy such n faithful pastor. , have not seen enough of the place yet to of a veteran. As Miss Mary for-- , Regardless of the many false reports have any good idea of it, but so far 1 am got tosend us word to call at the dining- - Capt ltoston Dillion, on Richmond sU Jo1'" " ,,,,or- ll ' contined to which have been circulated concerning very much pleased. It is a place of about room door in passing, to see the profus-- ! um mi n severe case o: tl.e grip, " our Sunday school here, it seems to he 1,500 or l.tHM) inhabitants, with three ion of goodies she had prepared for the ,M' in tow Wednesday, growing more interesting each Sabbath. groceries, a butcher shop, a ding store w;'8n"bIt,ito occasion, we cannot give the menu and, Il'vw. of Kirksville, was hero The singing is up to its former standard and a bank. The other buildings are can't lay hands on the hat of giusts, pro-- l,l ,irht ' '" weok- - HownnI Marrs, of and tho average attendance is about S3. residences and mostly nice ones at that. pared for us by one of the larger girls. spent a few days this There were nearly 100 scholars present There is no liquor sold hero and no reOur little ones caino honiebubbhng with ,liH VmvMh, Mr. and Mrs. J. enthusiasm in thoir descriptions of their wt'tk wU" last Sunday, which was very encour- tiroes in the town. From the prepara KMnrr8Jn,,K ' c- Hemphill him aging. It is hoped that those who would tions now being made there will be nt little hostess and the happiest day they AFE BACK PRAir;ETc. , ever spent. The big brothers and sisters novI his express olllce to T. Currey's do tho school harm will not further mis- least 100 more residences erected this o Judge M. II. Owsley left for represent it, hut give it their hearty spring and summer. We are connected application r CuW rROlip wero invited by Mrs. Carpenter to meet store. RICMrWtf-TAYiPrjME- je. with Louisville by horse cars, electric ?To.- IPEEOY kVeT Misses Dollie Cabbell and Julia Stagg at Frankfort Wednesday night to argue n support. before the court of appeals. John street railway and a steam car line called tea that night, and they declare them-- ''use HUBBLE. M' the Daisy, each of which makes n trip ' hle to bo out again after a helves indebted to Mrs. C. for tho most ' sickiiess spi'H Greenberry Bright is out nmong his every half hour (fare o cents on either, i delightful uvening of the winter. SA3C3S. several My furniture, shipped from McKinney after -- Our large nnd respectable colored; Iih KBIUiraIly ;ito0l, thal tlu,ro sheep againM. an illness is ofrepairing on Jan. 2Dtli, arrived here Feb. 7th, in Spooiuimoro 2 Houses and Lots in McKinney, population was "wrought up to a white Ht ,il8t lwQ flI.llw, a caill(,nte8 weeks. S. 1 think it must havo hfat of panicky de6perat.on recently by fof uovornor , tll(J C()I1HtitlltioIllll C0Il. his store property here. David Hum- very bad order. P. W GREEN, Propriotor. Doth desirable homes. For information and some where. I have term- address tho sudden appearance in our town f vention and unfortunately ono of them phrey nnd wife, of Casey, gave us a been in a wreck good friends here, yet Hove MKS SUSIE I. ADAMS, I have recently taken charged thi an African of rather forbidding aspect i8 prt.Hi(i,.Ilt of tho COI1Vtlllioili At times pleasant call this week, looking for eome found 60tne 6', West Main Street, Hotel and int 'lid keeping it at its present hih mules. .las. Rogers sold his gray mare my Lincoln county friends best of all. .. Lexincton, Ky. 9'H nnd decidedly mysterious movement, vhm thcr Wi,r(j mo)k(1 tuw standard. S cciul attention Kivcn to the traveling John Thomppublic whom our distinguished colored fellow; .......i,.,,,,.,, !.,. ,t!...iin., .UW..b to Geo. Heriford for?l-Danvillk. Dr. Wyatt Letcher and citizen, Ciesar Minor, recognized ns n over the State, addressing their constitu- son says ho saw a ground hog out last noth- family, of Garrard, have taken rooms First-Clas- s nburker from whom he not long ago had ents in behalf of thoir candidacy for the Friday, thus proving that there is with Mrs. Thomas O. Bell, corner Third In connection. Alto n very narrow escape at Junction City. chief magistracy of the Commonwealth, ing tho old ground hog saying, PatterCan not become healthy food simply by the pro' son Underwood sold some shoats to and Walnut. Dr. Letcher and his worof MiIt transpired to a few good friends cess of death. SWINE RAISERS owe it to thus neglecting tho duties they were elecProwitt for 2 J cents. Mit Sweeney, liv- thy family are heartily welcomed to our Pool and Billiard ghoul, resur- ted and and paid themseUes and to society t nor atthu Junction that the to perform, and which ing I.. M. R KID. Clerk. city. Circuit court begins Monday with at Hud Cox's, is very low with lung and burkor was they swore they would perform. rectionist, t Not ADVOCATE 73 Commonwealth cases, tJS old cases, 29 out in quest of colored subjects to sup- only so, but in thus absenting them- trouble. Time with his scythe has again appearances and 5 appeals; iW old equiIII swine raising that ill promote the public clipped the thread of life nnd caused our henlth, Hogs should be fed ply his largo contracts with numerous selves from tho convention thoy set a 20 equity appearances; 211 ty cases and medical colleges nnd from the gloating bad example, and others thinking they worthy citizen, itoht. I'nderwood, to deDR. JOSEPH part this life. He was taken sick Thurs- old common law cases and 2o common physique ono had an equal right to leiivt survey ho made of Minor's their places day and died in the arms of Jesus Fri- law appearances. Mrs. L. T. Green, of MT. VERNON, KY. happouedto discov- and remain away without good of the knowing ones reasons, Crab Orchard, has takeu possession of This old and Hoteljis still maintain er the mysterouB negro make, ho know have shown n disposition to assert thoir day, without n struggle, at tho age of 7(. Virginia in 1815 and tho residenco she recently purchased of ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Sp Minor's body would just fill an es- freedom until n quorum of the wise men Ho was born in that public, came to this State while young and Mrs. Bessie McGood win. Prof. Hogsett cial attention to the travelingNFAVCOMB, Prop., pecial order, though it leaked out that cannot bo obtained. M. l Ono venerable policies of 51!5,O0O. held life insurance Mt,. Vernon, Ky, small subjects are preferred. Of course Bockdologer said tho other day that he served as an apprentice at the tailor's Syll. bench, which trade he followed for a Advocate. in warning tho that friend was not tardy his farm and was in haste had rented out otherwise doomed man, who didn't wait to adjourn. Tho criticisms of thu press long time. Ho leaves S living children, M.vnifO.v. There are 58 men in : m T "i iiHi-nT"all of whom are highly respected nml for a delayed train, but propelled him- are sneered at and believing the county who own over 500 acres of 1 thnt thoy 01WffFTr...vfcfcTnw. ii self to Ilustonvilloat a speed which es- are masters of tho situation, thoy sail woithyof the good name given them. land each, 7 own oyer 1,000 and two over Ho was n member of thu Christian pertablished Shanks' mare standard by 2,000, the latter being the Hon. John D. along as complacently as a lot of geese :H0G 8c POULTRY REMEDY, formance, and proves that Minor would upon tho bosom of the ocean, utterly church and left for his friends all Harris with 2,o00 and tho Tribble estate The only reliable medicine for swine. a that ho was a child of God. He with 2,1S5. The total assessment of tho esteem I'ennington's oblivious of tho depths beneath them. married Miss Genettu Middletou and county is fS.OS'J.OoO, an increase of $172,-21- 0 when no further to harbor than Used Successfully for 14 Years. Like It is to tho credit of Gov. Northen, of survived her about Jl years. A host of Junction to Ilustonvillo. from Ben Ferrell and Miss Pattie Green PREVENTS DISEASE, news, Gcorgin, that ho declined to meet Jay friends followed the remains to tho Lan- eloned to Cincinnati and were married. spread the wild-flrARRESTS DISEASE, STOPS COUGH, on tho indisputable uuthority of the Gould socially, during tho recent visit of caster Cemetery for interment Sunday Heal estate transfers in the county DESTROYS WORMS, was in that individual to Atlanta. Tho gov- evening. king bee, that n during January foot up $10o,10o nnd in HASTENS MATURITY. and tho cohorts rushed to ernor made known his reasons in the Tho Richmond our midst, J. V. Gritly, an old fool from Hath Uichmond S32,ail. INCREASES THE FLESH. from following letter to Mayor llemphull, as county, Ky., with a wife and 8 children, Building and Loan Association declared nrnis; every implement of offense imextract shows: For sale by to tho this the full hopelessly in love with a beautiful a quarterly dividend of 3 per cent. Clido not recognizo Mr. Gould as visgun, was brought "I proved breech loading Big Run, O., and findmax. JT. iting tho State in any otlicial capacity, young widow of e E. affection was not reciprocainto requisition. A cordon of trusty but rather in his own interests, without ing that his STANFORD, KY. Three miners, supposed to have invested tho colored precincts; a regard to tho interests of the masses of ted, wont to her homo and in front of cans $12.50, im 50, Ji.iJ and Prices! boon drowned in the Hooding of n mine of the juvenile popu- the people of this State. I may bo census n the door fired a pistol ball into his head jo cents per package. The largest are the in my measure of tho man, but I at Nauticoke, Pa., were rescutd. They lation was taken by competent enumerSTANFORD, KENTUCKY, 64. page and was soon a horrid corpse, more lor testimonials! "HoRoIogy,' am candid In saying that I do had been imprisoned in the mine for Has a t"irs. class Uafber Shop on Main street, op- pamphlet on swine, will be mailed lor a and the whispered execrations of hiB methods, as practiced in not think ators the widow than ever. other secof days and nights without food posite I'orttaan House, ami invites a sharecall your stamp. by mail receive prompt atleation. a fiend incaruato, whose mission was to tions where he has had power, would deOrders and Tho steam laundry at Georgetown live patrnnige Prompt attention to outside Africans n con- velop our State in the lino of tho public and had to sit .on a narrow plank all special attention to ladies and childrer. Work JOSEPH HAAS, V a., snatch from his fellow was set afire and bumod; inaurauce done in the latest ttjlewith neatness and Indiauapolis, Ind. cargo of pickaninnies, good." 9J that tiino to keep out of tho water. SS6m tribution to Ida mis shows an undeminished .' of adulation, Mrs. Irene Hurke, of Junction City, most if not all of which has been from is visiting her father, Mr. F. W. pillion. toadies, who based their estimate of his Husiness is business. Your account irreatness and worth upon tho simple is ready for you. Come and settle. Chad-wic- k . .. .i.ii.... rm... i.:t :.... ui mnuim nuni iiiieniiiiii i i nmri it KduiiBton. of this monejed manuate to increase MY. Jas. Adams died of la grippe at Ihh riuhcH lias heun cot)Htrinl ns an evi- his home near Crab Orchard Tuesday at denco of superior wisdom, without tak-- 1 12 o clock. He was born in the State of ini; into consideration the vast injuries New York in 1HI1 and moved with his . no lias iiuucieii upon ins leiiowmeu in family to C. O. in 1S7I. where he has violation of the colden rule. All honor been esteemed by all as a just, upright to the governor of Georgia for his failure and honorable gentleman. He leaves n to recognize this money slunk and legalwife, one daughter and four sons to ized robber. mourn his loss. They have the heartJerry Simpson, who has the prefix of felt sympathy of the entire community. "Honorable" to his name, won elected to Married, at the bride's father's, on Congress from a district in Kansas, his Lancaster avenue, Mr. Isaac Muyllehl ' FOR THE MGGKST- 71 iV W ,& TO 7C Tajr J.JJCtX-jXJl-- m -- 4 4 IN- ....... ..... WATCHES, G LOCKS, JEWELRY SSLVERWABS May-fiel- d llf) W. B. McROBERTS'. Fine and Staple Groceries, - j - - sntli-cientl- y e k.' 1 let-g- o in-tw- litt-ru- '". t . o 1 "My - ""! - l. .M-- . " -- 1 uu.-ii- 1. uh;. lt Lou-uun- y, ' CO TO B. F. ROUT'S Boots, Shoes, &c. """; 'r pen-.the- ir '- - Staple and Fancy Groceries, flry Goods, 'l Plty. re-7- th Mid-gance- -' ' ... T 3QQWEST CASH PRICES. e, e self-pos- Xich-sessio- , - 'n il IGHTNING , - FOR MAN m MMEHT BEAST - - - itAAo lme j 1 j j lK ''' - MT3SHS HOUSE, well-know- n FOR , -, , I,-.- .., ".. J '- - ,.j. 0. Sample Room DISEASED HOaS REFORM HAAS' w Parlors. I) body-Bnatche- r 73-t- NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL "' r T ovi-deu- air-shi- p Blow-vesse- l, o blood-curdlin- g body-snatch- sharp-pointe- d case-knif- e po-lic- H. FARMER, B. FOSTER, two-ce-nt aeml-dail- y mis-take- TONSORIAL ARTIST, cheap-Wri- te ?2,-00- 0. ,H If ry t Jin .y mW.,,.,.T . - T'"t "V- - ..V! T. -- X """ ,TiW Wwl tm:' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal 189 The republican Steering Committees in the Illinois legislature Iuib been working day nnd night to present a enndidnte for U. 3. Senator upon which tho alliance members would unite with them, but they have signally failed. Tho spokesman of tho nllianco men faid to the committee Wednesday: "We have decided, gentlemen, that wo cannot accept nny republican whom you present. It is useless to negotiate further." On the ballot that day the republicans voted for Lindley and the alliance men for Steele, while tho democrats presented a solid front for Gen. Palmer. On a motion to take a recess the alliance men voted with the democrats, who nre confident that Gen. Talmer will ultimately be elected. Jeiry Simpson, the "Bookless statesman" from Kansas, wiib on the ground ami is paid to favor n combination with the democrats in electing the general, if the democrats in the South Dakota legislature will unite with the alliance in electing its man for 17. S. Senator fioin that State. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Stanfohd, Ky FnnuAHY l3, W. F. WALTON. The letter which Mr. Wnttcreou wrote 0 to keep to Gov. Hill and which is said to havn caused that gentleman to nve up presiPony Beazley, of Garrard, bought of dential aspirntious for the present, and Tone II Ann, a combined gelding for accept the eeiiiitorship, was given to the C1 ). press Wednesday. It bears date ol Nov. .1. E. Bruce bought of J. M. it Jim 21, 1890, and every word carries vith it Reid several forward feeders at $30 a to the itnpiess of truth and Bobcrness. Says Goods, head. the letter: "Outside of the State of New to ice Eon Sale. A good milk cow with a York there is a well nigh nnd unaniyoungcalf. Apply to Jno. M. McRob-erts- , file of mous demand among the rank and Jr. democrats for the nomination of Mr. L. II. Hudson, of Bovle, bought of Cleveland. This is too strong for the William Hubble a pair of m.ire mules party leaders and managers to resist. 1 for $300. think I have some influence in Kentucone Spencer Hubble bought of John week. week wo week ky, but on that point I should be overCash and others 18 head of 1,200 pound we do every In-di- Jo convention. If you whelmed in a State best ratle at 3 cts. should come to a national convention Gov. Pattison, of Penuylvania, is havFrance it Son, of Fayette, sold a Red with a New York delegation solid ngainst o ing a tough time of it. He has only 35 Wilkes colt 9 months old to a Michigan it you would be overwhelmed. You are otlicea at his disposal, with over o,000 apparty for $0,000. 4.0c. Goods powerless to prevent it. But you can a, to Henry D. Baughman sold to Adams, best. There plicants to choose from. He ought, howdefeat the election of the ticket. ever, to bo able to get good men out of of Garrard, a bunch of 12 tine yearling are democrats in every part of the Union such a large pick. heifers at $22 50. who believe that you did this in 1SSS. I Bob Tarr sold 24 mules, yenrlings know that to be false. But it will cling CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. to A. Schafer, of Readand to you as long as you live even as the ft .Mr. Miller's court scheme was snow- ing, Pa., at $10(1 50. Paris News. story bargain, intrigue nnd corruption Silas Anderson bought of Itockcas nnd will meet you in ev- ed under 40 to 13. It was for the most clung to Clay $tj, ery national convention, if it be not dis- part a good one and deserved a better tie parties 0 yearling mules at $(5 and s own fate, but we suppose, it was talked to $73 anil 2 brood mares at $100 and $140. sipated by some act ou your part great J. 11. Miller writes from Rochelle, enough to blot it out. My judgment is death. The report that President Clay is to Ga., that he has sold 20 mules in three closes clear that, if you could reconcile it with feeling to make resign in favor of Col. Bennett Young in weeks and gotten every cent of the monyour judgment and of peace with Mr. Cleveland and to take a order to make an active canvass for gov ey for them. The Brasfield sale nt Lexington is delegation to the national convention in ernor seems to le n weak invention. attended by horsemen from all over the What's the use of resigning a 1S!)2 to put him in nomination, you will pave the party and place yourself upon job, when he can keep it and go on elec- country and the average of the horses sold has run from $500 to $t, 000. an" elevation you can never attain if you tioneering tours all the same. At Louisvillo Tuesday 1,001 hogs- Main Street, Stanford, Ky, The circuit court report is at last fail to do it. You would bo received by A. IHUJANSKY, adopted. It provides for the apportion- heads of tobacco, worth nearly $150,000, the country with enthusiasm; be acceptexceeding by 30, the previous ed at once as a Warwick and I don't see ment of the State into judicial districts were bold, upon the b.isis of (50,000 population. Ex- greatest number ever disposed of iu one how you could bo kept out of the sucA Ft'LL LINK Ol- cession. On the other hand, even if you ception is made in favor of counties hav- .lay. J. Walker Givens sold to Collier iV THE C0HHERC18L HOTEL succeeded in defeating the nomination ing a population of over loO.OOO. It ap- Rice, of Missouri, two jacks, one 2 and J OWENS, MiiuRtr. of Mr. Cleveland, you will stand upon plies at the present only to Jetlerson 5 vears old, for .;S00. He and tho other - Kontucky sinister and dangerous ground, with a county. Three terms of court will be also sold Tone Hiinn a bay gelding for Harrodsburg, held iu each county a year. stormy future before you." The advice have taltn chareo at tni popular hotl $225. and intend to run it in afirtt clam manner in every Of all sorts, sizes, kinds nnd shapes. was accepted in the spirit it was given. NEWSY NOTES. Nutwood now heads the list of liv- respect ItitbeinK papered and ptuiittM Irum Gov. Hill accepted the senatorship and being renovated and i top tn bottom, the 51 2:30 performers to eventhtne done U itiakc it yleatant and (.uHifort- Cigars and Tobacco, Meal, Meat, Hour, Lard, Hcans, Mince Meat, Tho Equitable Life Insurance Co. is ing sires, having when he met Mr. Cleveland at a banlie nritiThe his credit; Strathuiore conies second, abtefor eueiti. thit tablet shall never OWLSS ed by hotcUill cillon J 11. Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat, Hominy Flakes, Apple .hitter, quet recently, neither displayed any preparing to erect a million dollar buildwith 3S to bis credit and Red Wilkes "O. signs that there was anything of an un- ing at Memphis. K." Lard, Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Coffee, TVas, Salt, Lime and third with 30 of his produce inside the House bill for the public The pleasant nature between them, if indeed Cement. building at Richmond has been favorably line. there reallv ever was. In Cincinnati cattle are active at 4 I den re to fell my (arm ol about ijo Cutlery, Plows, Seeds, Stoves, Qucenswnre, Tinware and Harness. reported in the Senate. acrei, to 4 for good to choice shippers, 2J to aU.iit 1, imlct north of Stanford on tli. The committee on alcoholic liquors, The Heaven on which Schweinfurth, 4 J for Hush llrancli pie,opXMitc the old church 'I here common to best butchers and 2 to are about )o acre in htat and knowing that it was too late now for the alleged Christ, lives, iu Illinois, has balance ryi, thedwelling of the farm well ct in timothy wood 4 for good to extra Mockers and feeders; OLIVER CHILLED FLOW tbem to bo acted an this session, has been mortgaged for $30,000. rooms and' kitchen and a pletidld Hew of four SFECI8LTY. hogs are iirm, with best at 3.S0; sheep burn; l well watered and fenied. 1'uttouion can formally reported a bill to prohibit the The Cincinnati Enquirer publishes becitrn immediately. For particular, ne J. I. Ilaifcr, Stanford, or write the nnderncned at At exceedingly low prices. Hcrlin Kettles joing at cost. importation and exportation and inter- a dispatch which says that Gov. Hill de- are in demand at 2j to 5). K. WITIIKKS. Sales of a bunch of yearling cotton Cincinnati, OMo. transportation, in violation of local nies receiving the letter from Mr. state mules nt $71.23 are reported in the WinInws on alcoholic beverages and another chester Democrat and another lot of 12 prohibiting the manufacture, importaB. K. Pullin, of Mem5ALVS. tion, exportation, transportation and phis, pleaded guilty of embezzlement at $72.50. Corn sold at Sharp's sale nt $3.05 in the crib. W. B. Wells sold a car A C NINr sale of all alcoholic liquors as a beverage and was civen a , sentence and load of cotton mules iu Atlanta ntfDO. Vm diteaiet, old aoren, Cure ut. J N MfN'F.FFt: pilcn, (Utula, icritihea halter in every place j qqq fine in tho United States and com, luni n. Mr. Bonner says that Maud S. will burn, dew poitonand brulto Wherever It hat subject to us jiiwuicuun. iimeev.isoi been ute) it hat wonderful .ilnlJClinu and -L- exingtouis to have another hang- not appear on the turf attain and that he it propensity lor civen It rcniuTin; orene strong drink could be cured by the Anthony Duncan, the negro who will breed her this spring. The owner ble Numerous testimonial will be lex rcinarla u red and adoption of either or both laws, wo hope kiiled Dr. Gorham, has been sentenced will appear in thit space at a later date Made of the Dixiann Stud has offered him and sold by The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. they will be enacted. J H. ItlC.OlNS, Stanford, Ky. to )lt,atK $12,000 for tho foal if he will let him L- DUrht wnB sunt to th SASH, breed her to Acolyte, the $40,000 stal The bill to pay Congressmen $100 a tentury.for 3 years at Goshen, Indiana, lion. Sunol will be given three trials during the session for clerks was HOOKS, Blue-Gra- ss and hned,?l'000ior8endinBob8Cntt k,t favorably considered in the House the next summer to break tho world's recHLINOS, SIIHNG, i, t 4i i.... :, :ID .1. .., btiuti nnvu n ttrs to ladies. ord of 2:06. It is claimed by Marvin, ULUVI Uil ujuuuw UUl Ss-IiE-. FODR Tho House passed the bill for a pub- her driver, that she can trot a mile in Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. vote is demanded on the question, that building at Dallas, Texu, over the 2:01 and a quarter o( a mile in 20 sewill put each member on record, it will lic I wil sell privately, at a bargain. my larm at snowed under. Congressmen president's veto and it is said the Senate condsa 1:3S gait. again be Crib Orchard. Lincoln county. Kv willfollow suit. formerly known at the Jacob C'.uesr Thit farm Biem fully as much, if not more, entitled We carry a full stock of everything found in a The sensational report that MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. to clerks than Senators, but the people General Hastings, of PennsylvanAcres Excellent Land, do not believe in salary grabs, and Con Our county clerk is kept pretty busy ia, is $00,000 short in his accounts is de- In prime condil on, and well improved. I)ing gressmen are more under popular res recording leases. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract partly in tne limits ol lite town ot urau urcliaru, trainl than the rich men's club in tue n,eU ,0," uePe a large deticiency. Oyercoits, heavy boots, etc., and on the I. & N K K. Mr. uievelanu ttnnks that at pres nearly equally by the pike for building. The farm it divided SINK & MFNKFhK, Stanford, Ky. Senate. I). C. I'oynter. leading South from town, there being 17$ aires on ent we should not enter upon the dan other goods at cost. the hat. tide on which is Ihc mansion house, a Capt. (Jeer's work train is taking up larjr, roomy and has the effrontery gerous and reckless experiment of free, brick of 7 rooms, beMuhat kit e, &c anil 011 servant's mendacity to suggest mat tiio unlimited and independent silver coin the K. C. rails between Livingston and sidesWot hen, 10$ acre-s-, house, stab alto n , comfortand the the which has side Sinks. &c. able iraino resident e fact that the surplus has nearly vanished age. I tell the if detired James Baker, a brother of county will will either ofplat at a whole, nr Kithcr will ThoConrtof Appeals decides that from the treasury is testimony that there mII the tracts singly superintendent of schools, died lastmake an e'eant and comfortable noire, baa been taritF reformation, when he county judges are liable to wards whoo lent to sihoolt.churchetood turnpikes and the of consumption. r. ilrnad. knows as well as anybody that it has estates are loot by reason of the neglect I'ertons detirnut of inspcctint; the place will i D. U. I'oynter's customer's should in examining into the solvency of the squandered in useless appropria been shown over it by James Hays, now residing on the iron tonic for strengthening their pre nines Km term apply or address me at Danue tions and pension jobs. It is surprising sureties every year. legs to enable them to carry the bargains ville, Ky JAS W. OUBST. that n man with auy care for his reputa- - j Mrs. Elizabeth McKinley, wife of tion should permit himself to make such Jubtice McKinley, of the U. S. supreme ho offerH. Dr. Lovell and C. C. Williyms sold a statement. court, died in Louisville on the 91st an- to A. Pennington the Held just west of niversary of her birth. town, known as the Gresham tract, foi Mn. T. TrT7 the II. Momus, n capable editor W. A. Walters, a consumptive who OF THE . , 01 . for $1,100. . . . u . and clever gentleman, " !.. charge of the Nelson Record for several' A car loaded with earthenware on treatment with Koch's lymph, has been . , Itiin mora lino u... ..." . the track at tunnel No. JW...U, ...J discharged, completely cured, in tho train 33 jumped (!, Monday afternoon, aud delayed all Johnson, late speaker of the Lower opinion of tho doctors. trains 3 to 10 hours. House of tho Kentucky legislature. It AGKNT FOR THE CELEBRATED STl'DEHAKER A Connecticut m'rl hiccoughed for WAGON HUSTONVILLE, Two boys, Will Vowels, of Middles-boris Baid that Mr. Morris has an idea.of go- - days nnd came and Ohver Chilled Flows I have just received a near dying from it. Itebrand new stock and John I). Miller, son of M. O. inc South, but it Is to bo hoped that nlfpsfa fnr n rainurln ili.i.r.li tlw. tn..n , . Cl'ttCr' Mch is Miller, county clerk, this place, Bkipped Saturday Evoaing, Fob. 14, '91, Kentucky will not lose so excellent and . made? a i i conceded a nB " J J W MJ HUM k out for Louisville Wednesday night. A conscientious a journalist them this was effective the inhalation few At i o'clock. weeks will satisfy the boys Hnd they ot nitrate of amyl. Dkatu has been busy with his reaper will likely walk in homo some fine mornGov. Nothern, of Georgia, declined among the members of the present ses- In order to close our partnership Heavy and Shell Hardware, Salt, Lime and Cement. ing in time for breakfast. to join with tho mayor of Atlanta in sion of Congress. There have been I can furnsh you almost anything Mrs. M. Schooler, of Garrard, was business, you need in the Hardware or Gro- deaths in tho body, our own Senator welcoming Jay Gould and party to the visiting her daughter, Mrs. S. B. Adams '6 will tell to ihc highest bidder the above named line. Agent for Brodhead Tobacco. State. because ho said that Gould was on Beck being the only one in tho Senate. property. here during the week. Mr. Willis AdAmong the noted dead of tho Homo , private business, the general methods of ams, Sr., aud son Jack were up from Terms : cash; the remainder In 6, nr S. S. Cox. V. D. Mav and Samue i which uo conuemneci. Paint Lick a few days since. Tho wife Hand 18 months, with interest from day of sale. Col. liichard F. Uierne, editor of the J. Itandall. W U. & J.G. WEATHERFORI), of David Lamb died at Pino Hill SunRichmond, Va., State, died at his homo day. Mr. J. K. Vowels was in from fV V Y Hustonville, Ky Si'BAKEit Ivgki) bus just 20 more diiyH in Ashland Monday night. Ho was SMH)y&fllB.EfckaflHIHEiE!S.C2KS2CSiw Middlesboro Monday. Mr. F. L. Thompto display his despotism and snub demo- quite n prominent man iu politics in the son ii in Louisville. crats. In tho next Congress he will coo Old Dominion nnd was one of the leadThe gun with which Convict Henry as gently as a sucking dove anil there ing candidates for governor last year. Johnson murdered Guard Hall, near this will bo none so lowly as to care whether A tornado passed over Helena, Ala., place some five years since, was found he wears a belly band or holds his doing considerable damage nnd injuring by Robert Taylor Tuesday last, hidden breeches up with a nail and one gal- several people. A number of lives were beneath n log about 100 yards from lows. lost in the South Dakota blizzard. The where tho killing took place. When has been at zero in Texas, Gkn. Siiebman seems destined to thermometer Johnson was captured he lefused to dimany cattlo were frozen to death. for vulge the hiding place. The lire arm is a bo tho next prominent man to joiu the and Mrs. Robert Hampton, nee Terhune, He is very ill in New c& double barreled sbot gun. Tho stock is eilent mnjority. "Cast or! a U so well adapted to children that who ran off with Sanford Wheeler, a CaatorU euros Colic, Constipation, partially decayed and rust has damaged York and tho end may come at any I recommend Una superior to any prescription Sour Stoniaeh, Diarrhwa. Eructation, HUSTONVILTjE, ky. married man, both of Mercer, died MonK11U Worm, give uloep, and promoted J I. A. Arciieb, M. D known to me." d. the barrels. time. Are still In the business and ready to do any. day at Yincenuea, Iud., from tho ptlon. 111 So. Oxford St., DrookJn, N, Y, Without Injurious medication. thine in the Undertaking line. We have a full A large number of suits, have been stock of Cates and Caskcii of all kinds and Rnbei wound made when an officer Dk. CCabdy aloue of tho gubernatorial every description. Our hearse, wjpch is Tu CcrriCR Compamt, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. attempted to arreBt her and her para- brought against the Kentucky Union of can he obtained on short notice Mr. nearly new candidates dodges the issue of the J II Green has charge of and will The other three are furuenst mour. Her remains were brought to and a receiver has beenoppointed for our goods to any onocur business anything inihow needinir on Harrodsburg for interment. line 64.tr it. J. E. Bruce bought for Barr a Kahn a car load of shoats at U.S5 to 3 cents. -- A Florida man gathered 8,437 oranges frohi one tree. , --T. M. Boiling bought of T. A. Elkln n saddle mare for Sii!". George It. Kngleman sold to Rico & jack for 5500. Collier n 4 year-ol-- Rico it Collier sold to J. K. Baugh-ma- n a splendid aged jack for Sl.'-'Od O. The Louisville Store Recognized by everybody as the leading Jfou.se in Stun ford, and is deter- mined up this GOOD In order make room for our new Spring which arc arriving daily, are compelled continue our REPUTATION CUT - THROAT SALE S For more Last cut prices only on special lines; this will the same ou article in our J louse. All Calicoes, JUue, Simpson's Bluclt and )'hite. Simpson's Gray and Black Jllanchesters, Jfernmacks and all titers at 6c a i.'ard. Turkey Red Table Linen 25c a yard, worth Worsted Dress 5c yard up the Also SPECIAL BARGAINSinCLOTHING Men's Cassimcre Punts $1.25, worth $'3.25; Men's Suits worth $0; Men and Lois' Overcoats at your prices. Children's Knee Joints at 2oc avair. Remember that this sale positively Saturday night, thereore call as early us possible and, secure some these bargains ut $10-n-da- y THE LOUISVILLE -- STORE "" Proprietor. 11 j Groceries & ' Hardware, 1 m Farm For Sal. mt'i-ate- REFHIRSJ Wat-terso- n. Hl' KOU . briii-ev- 11 I Stanford Lumber Yard, FLOORING, CEILING, y6-i- - - Ic,,i-mont- h Choice !.-- , I LlMIIilUl, LATH. Farm SHINGLES, J WOVE2T WIRE A2TO SLAT FEITCE. 280 FrRST CI.3LSS LITMBEH YARD. Hai-stea- d well-bu- ilt JT. - Fii-da- coi-ve- B. FOSTER, v3 97-- tf ,,, iiii ..II FTTBXJCC SADCE I . ..... " WeatHerford Hotel, K., o, ' -- W W thetse wy ' STAPX.E Aisra FAarcy- n groceries, ; Cne-thir- 90-t- c J. T. SUTTON CO., Infant and Children. self-inflict- sub-treasur- tho-road- . I "T" , r", "wHycents gcr Dewar, arting for tho department, negotiated with Gi ceive 25,000. IIotiSK ntnl lot on liinnutcr Btreot lor The Intkiiiok JocnNAt. h preparing to pale. Apply to J. A. Crtrpu'iiUir. print cuts and biographies of all the XKW AIIVKRTI.SKMKNTS. Hood fence wiru at of tlio men in Lincoln county over 80 years of KriMti milk covigfor sale, apply to usual price, nt H. K. & W. H. Wear- - age. Among those shortly to appear W H. Murphy, Stanford, Ky. aro James H. Warreu. Barney Van en's. J. L. Dawson, George G. Boone, Fon Sai.k. A good Bocond-hanBANK STOCK Greenberry Bright, etc. SALE. wagon. M. K. Will soil cheap. Foiled. Iist week Mack Hooker, a At admiiuitrjtor of J.i, , Klkln. t Adams, negro boy, who was in lor carrying con- havn for Halo nvrt. VK SHARKS OF STUCK IN KIKsr VATIONAI. HANK, STANFORD, Hkaimii mind that I Hervo oysters in cealed weapons, informed the jailer that KY AtldreM, MISS IDA M ADAMS, any and all styles. Call and boo me. K. Howard, Gooden and Jennings, all from Mt Vernon. Ky Xiuimcr. the mountains nnd each charged with B. COOK, from one to half a doen murders, wero I'ntsT installment of carpets, oil clothu to saw their way out to liberty. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, trying riign, An., for tho spring tratlo, received Investigation proved the correctness of yesterday. Severance it Son. STANFOHD, KY. tho statement and developed that tho Jons T. Cimtino A Co.'b first grade of men had succeeded in sawing their way M Kolicrl' Drue Stre Reidem e canned peaches, tho fluent ever brought clear to the outer door of tho prison and Ollieu overllwrm property at the junction ot lames II for their inability to prize that open, Danville pikea. but anil to Stanford, at FarriH Hanlin's. tho birds would have flown the night A i,i. persons having claims ag.iiiiHt the before. The jailer secured the saws and To the Mayor of town of Stanford estate of T. C. Co Hoy are rcqiieHtod to then the men charged that Hooker, who Vou present them to mo properly verified. had been treated as a trusty, had fur- Rcrn are hereby notifird that the rock culvert the pic in front nt my dwelling is alt too small arid shallow for the J. II. I'uxtoii. nished them. In the meantime Hooker aethertliHl Is turned in the rivmethe nutlet of lots from ti)tr witrr around had been discharged, but ho came in to greatly and above rnr, and U liable In overflow I nnd MlHlIS 'I'llUltMOM) AM) JsTl'AKT CXpCCt riamacM th undesigned, for which will to open n select school in tho public face the niu-i- c when notified, but the try to hold said town responsible by iw ANARSDAI,K J K. 3t school building, Monday, 10th, and con- men refused to testify against him. Jennings, as usual, according to his story, tinue four months. FOPw had nothing to do with the sawing, but Wk have a regular correspondsaid be would have gone if Gooden and Lot on Main Street In Stanford ent at Ioiulo!i, who kuowH what is news Howard had gotten the way clear. and how to write it. He will not mind Contairinz i i io acres. calling a spado a spade, too, when necesMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Terms eauv T R WAI.TOV, Stanford. sary. James II. Davis, a farmer near LebIt bits been bad weather ever since anon, lnd., eloped with Mrs. Bramlett, a HOUSE, the ground hog saw his shadow. As a neighbor. He leaves a wife and si F. H. HIL.EY, Proprietor, weather prognosticator the little rodent children, she four children. He was a beats Ureely, Wiggins, Goone bono member of tho New Light Church. Kentucky. London, all hollow. Not a single marriage liconso was isI have moved to my new Hotel and am bettei than ever to accommodate the public passenger was de- sued in Sumner county, Kan., last year. ood I. ivery attaches! and every consemence dp Thk sired Give me a call. layed an hour yesterday waiting for Sen- Como to think of it, there is nothing FRANK RII.EV. 77 ator Urico'H private car, in which that very strange about this. Nobody wants gentleman and a number of associates to marry a Kansas woman if ho can do any better. putecd up to Middlesboro. Isaac Mnylleld, of l'ineville, obtainIn the language of IsaiahlU!, unto Rev ed license Tuesday to marry Miss Anna and Mrs. John Hell Gibson u child is L. Stuart, at the bride's father's at Crab II) sirtueof T.ixes due the State of Kentucky born. It in a girl, however, and made Orchard, Wednesday. Mi-Stuart is and Lincoln county, or one of my deputies, will, its appearance Tuesday. The trio is the handsome daughter of Mr. William mi doing as well an could be expeetml. Stuart, and a siater o(. our worthy ami MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1801, capable teacher, Miss Alice Stunrt. Ileiuecn the hours of to. A. M , and 3, P M , beTub town clock stopped again Tuec-daMiss Maud Kupley, tho very lovable fore the door in Stanford, sell to the night, from ice forming in the sock- daughter of Mr II C. Kupley, and Dr. highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following et in which tho stem turns to move the H. K. Hourigan wero united in wedlock's land, or so much thereof as may be necessary to hands. This etrtainly can be remedied holy bonds at the bride's home on lower satisfy th aaHjsmt of taxea due aforodid, and it is to be hoped that the new at- Main street, Wednesday morning, nt STANFORD PRECINCT tendant will see that it is done. Years. Name Acru Tax. lll.'i. Only a few immediate friends $1 8; 1 1890 were present, but those ti.at wore pos Ilakar, Hugh Thk city council of Middlesboro, we liailfy, 1 homas 7 ;5 4 '7. 88, I9, on hearts of good wishes Craig, Ffem learn from the News, has ilxod tho tax sessed 'So, 90 3 (jo Lot for tho happy couple, just beginning the Curr, Harriet a Sis '$7 to 90... 10 on property at M cents on the ?HX) for 8o and 9 entry, Green, town let 4 jo general purposes, '.'. cents for interest on journey of life together. A largo dis" . 3 05 '87 to 90... play of presents showed the popularity Gentry. HiBtla bonded debt and '.'0 cents for school pur'89 and 90.. 3 65 of the bride, and besides sho received Given Anthony, heirs" poses. The poll tax is Ilxod at i'J. 1890 Givens, Top 3 00 numerous letters from friends, who ex- Hill, WUtt " tind.oo 385 i I). G. bus leased tho prop- pressed sincere wnhos for a long and Hamner, James 8 'It, 9 and 90 390 6 55 erty on Main street in Crab Orchard, happy life. The bride is in Hansford, Mary, hrs, lot 'S8, 89 and p " 'W, S9 and 90 410 Ky., known ai tho Jennie Ihichanau res- this section and it can bo truly said of Mcpherson, John " 'SS, 89 and 90 Montgomery, Alex 675 idence and will move to it next Monday. her that to know her is to love her, Middktsn, George " '88, 89 and 90. 885 TbiH is by far tho laigcst aud handsomwhile the man of her choice is a promi- Rue, Heme 3 15 it '87, 8b, 89,9a a 'S7, 88, S9, 90 est house in town and it will be elegant- nent physician of Marion county and is Rout, F.rsy 40 1889 10 295 ly retiniflhed and opened aa a family said to have a good share of this world's Terry, John M. Whitley, Jane. '87, S8, 89, 90 4 75 boarding house on the 1st day of May. goods. In pronouncing tho ceremony Warred, Mariah a '89 and 90 305 It will be run in connection with Green Hev. T. J. God bey took occasion to say WALNUT FLAT. Hriur Springs and will bo known as the some complimentary words of Mrs. '87,18.89,91 565 5 "Town House" of that summer resort. Hourigan, of whose church sho was it I.aclrj, Iteli '&) - 99. ye F.nds, Th os. 9 85 Mr. S. will still continue to run his store member, and it could bo easily seen that Richardson, Hen, hr '89 and 94 13 95 40 at Paint Lick, Ky., under tho tlrm name the witnesses to the sacred event sanc- Richardson, Hen, Jr. 18 'S5, 89 and 90 of Short A Co. and Anderson, 7 50 tioned all he said. Dr. aud Mrs. Hourigan left on the noon train of tho same CRA11 ORCHARD. Tim now schedule that will go into 7 60 oiled Sunday on the Kuoxvilln nnd K. day for the groom's home, where they Adams, I'.IIabclh "5 'S8, 89 and 90 So iSh8 40 C. divisions of the L. A .N. makes some were entertained by his parents nnd are llrown.J. M. 1SS7 30 by this time coily keeping house on the Heck, Win. J' big changes on tho K. C. from Living1890 S 7 70 groom's farm near Lebanon Tho Inte-itio- Anderson, J. L. ston to Cincinnati, but there will he no '$5 to 93 Gritlin, David, Sr. 11a 7 CO Jot'it.VAi. joins their many friends Hjggand, Allen .. 5 00 85 to 07 5 improvement of service on the 8 ( 7$ branch. I tot It tho north and south in wishing that their ship on life's fitful H.tC8nd. V". O 65 'S4 toyo sea may sail smoothly and that the ebb NoaVs, lllixabeth H bound dav passenger trains on this di'87 te 90 too 30 00 and How of the tide may not a Meet it in Kowkind Alfred vision will arrive about 15 minutes later, '871890, Rogers, John, Sr 3 7J lot 'SS to 90 Stewart, Eliiabvtb, 100 30 while tho night trains wiil bo left ns the least. 00 Woods, Mary S7andH 50 as they are. Tho purpose seems more Get Out Your Certificate HrocV, Jesse '9a jo 95 than ever pronounced to ignore the Cinlot '8$ and 90. 9 70 And reatl it. K tlie eauh stirrentlor val- Karri, K O hrs. cinnati Southern and no attempt at con48 8j ues and tiaid'iip values are uot endorsed IloJue, .Win M. t lot '8 to 90 Nork)U-,.Mrt9 80 nections will be made. upon its face, but simply estimated, ily Wren, Nathan " '89 and 99......... 3 j Died or His Wnr.Mia. Marshal Geo. tbo ae,ent who wrote your application) COLOR KD. Wells, of Junction City, died Wednesday you will lie sadly disappointed upon tlie 3 75 llilijht, Francis 3 'it to 99. morning of tho wounds ho received at maturity of your contracts. This is no HuriiMde, Sam t 1st 3 6j 'K to 90 the hands of the nigro raftsmen last joke. If your policy is worth paying for Guest, Green lot '90 3 00 'SS and 90 t 50 Friday. The two shots that struck him it is worth an examination. The major- Jones, Green '89 and 90 3 ss completely paralyzed him, his spine be- ity of those who accept life insurance Rice, Andy 1 to '90 3 Tucker, Wm. ing fractured. He was a splendid ollicer leave the matter entirely with the agent WAYNES11URG. aud his death will be sadly felt in his and never give the matter an investigalittle town. A wife and six children tion until their tontine (humbug) ma- F!onchp.iui;h, Henry 1S0 '89 and 90 9 tj 'SS to '90 1075 mourn the loss of a good husband tures and spend the balance of their Horton, Geo. V. 57 3 60 'So and 90 fa aud father. Circuit courts begins in Dan- days swearing at agents and lifo compa ' Martin, W C. a 90 '87 to 90 Polly John II. 43 ville Monday' nnd it is hoped that tbu nies. Get out your policy and read it Rlduer, Wm. '89 aud 90 ico 4 00 clear-cu- t con- Hoss, D F punishment of the murderers will be and if you havn't got a a 40 1S90 56 6 50 '89 and 90 40 tract, you can get one at moderate cost Williams, Kobt. both swift and condign. 6 Bo 'S3 to o 147 general agent of Williams, Susan Mr. J. A. Bowers writeB that Mr. Wells from Ixmls O. Phillips, '89 and 90 10 3 60 Michigan Mutual Lifo Insurance Co Younc, Clark, was born April 10, 1817, and married tbo HUSTONV1LLK. Miss Mary F. Sharp, Aug. 15, 1871. who will be at the I'ortman House for a 8 35 SS to 90 town lot Atwood, Geo., few davs. G rutin, General, '87 to 90 30 9 20 Safe Hloweiis. Between 10 and 11 88 to i Cashier Spaldint:, of tho North Mid Haley, David, 6b 3 55 o'clock Wednesday night, Mr. A. O. a 00 1890 dlesex, Mass., Savings Bank, lias skip- Oldham, Mis Rebecca Martin, who has a store ut May wood, '86 to 00 to 3 75 Cloyd, Kdith institution is S19S,000 in tho where is depot agent and postmaster, ped and the town lot 3 35 Cooper, Jim, 'S to 90 hole. '69 and 90 3 45 4 Giveus, Al heard n loud report, but thinking it was 3 85 Tho negro convict Kingbird, who Lewis, Samuel, hri. S '9 and 90 somebody siiootiug, which is not un'89 nnd 90 3 2 Hardin, another convict McCormack, Green, lot back to sleep. Yes- killed Ilicbard common, ho went '89 and 9a 3 40 5 was given an additional sentence of 'Jl Reul, Aaron 'So to 93 7 45 terday morning when he went to tho Vinson, Frank store ho found tho front door broken years. TURNEKSV 1LLK. Fifteen passongers wero injured, tiva down, bis safe blown open and hs enon a wreck on tho Adams, Mrs. Susan tire contents, consisting of money and of them seriously, ..M 45 Burlington, Cedar Itapida and Northern A C F. Slade, a&Uts McKlnney '89 A. Btauips to the amount of $151) gone. On '69 Alcorn, It , G. D, S 7 70 90..., road, near Maynard, la. ' to 93..., IlriKht, Kichard 785 examination ho found that tho men, n ' to .... . 3 (,0 It is reported that a sale of the lln'ht, Jolin i thcro wero at least two, had Kcctireil ,. I oj 6 90.... Iluilroad to the Bricu syndicate his Cobb Louisa soint tools from the blacksmith shop '89 Jl 90..., 13 3 5 bo consummated at HojJ.Jim to nearby and bnd broken open a window, been agreed on, 'gi te $0.... .10 10 lot Floyd, stockholders Mar. U. C.ooth, Joe of the a '87 to cjo..., .. 5 Cam by which they entered tho store. Then tbo meeting S6 to 90,.., .. 8 60 James lledpath, tho noted Irish Na- Gocch, Davidson J they drilled tho hole in the safe, touched '80 .V 90 .. .. 3 76 lot Welch, Jim it oil and mado their cgresa through tho tional journalist and lecturer, 'Si tooi..., ,. 70 Society, who Welch, Kerry hrs lat of tho door, which thoy knocked down. So far ... .. 8 60 '87 to MorrUoo, Z. 4 as ho can discover, Mr. Martin says they was run over by a street car in New HIGHLAND. 'SS took nothing from tho store but boiiio York last week, died of hisiujuries. 00 Dntti.in, John 50 '88 to go cigars. Ho has strong suspicious as to 9 so George J. Gibson, of Peoria, III., is Uauh, Geo. W. j '88 to 90 5 8s 140 tho guilty parties and we hope to chron- under arrest in Chicago on the chargo of Daugh, E. hrs '8S Harris, Margaret jo 15 ' icle in our next that they are behind tho conspiracy to blow up the distillery of Saclcenhcim, " '87 t& Jo, 60 bare and that Mr. Martin has gotten his II. II. Shufeldt, that city, which is not McMullen, Jai. '89 & 90 4 60 T. D. NEW LAND, S. L. C money back. in tho whisky trust. Govorntnont Gau- 3.3 I ! onO-fourth Semi-Week- ly InteriorJomal IYotm account is rendy and must bo Ouvkii chilled plow points at W. 11. McRoburta. at u. K.iV w. ll. earotffl. STANFORD, Ivy.,- - FkIIIWAKY 13, 1801 3 SPRING GOODS. Our Spring Goods are now coming in and we have received most of our Clothing, Hats, and Men's Furnishing Goods. You are invited to call. Stagg & McRoberts. B,O.WALTON,UU8,ManflKor MEANS Ars-dal- e, CWS.'I BUSINESS. In d for Yoi u account duo iukI ready. ChI W decca-cd- and Bottle and oblige A. H. runny. PERSONAL CoitNiii.U'H POINTS. o"-- lf mi. Vanoy bus been granted a peiiHion. Coi.. V. (J. Wki.ch is buck from n vlwit to LouIhvIIIi. is Miw. II. T. Haukih, of I)iiisn-ilk'- , visiting lierBmter, Mr. M. K. Holm. Mil. J. W. Ramsky, the LinniHtor hi tho cUi' buying Btreot Kr0''l'ri i Koi1h. Mim I.ri.u Ouhi.ky, of tlits Hubblo lutlio jriiodt of bi'r I'oiiHin, Mi-a . t llus-touvi- lle j j iro-t- Fox ronuiiiKtou. l)n. J. T. Hoiion and boh, T. Kyle of Dccittur, III., weio bore tbiH week vioilliiK relativou. AIu..5. Woktiiam. tbo popular and ca pnblo HKontnt Jollico, wan hero Monday ni)jht to meet with tbe"ChiipU'r." Mn. Hn KociiiiHTKH left for tbu Com mercial Collone, Lexington, Wednesday, to learn telegraphy and Mil, 1'aI'I. HofuiiiAN and MIm Mary I Ioiirtai), of Marion, atteiuhxl the of their brother hero OiIh week MiKrtKw HitniMiKK went over to her her homo at I'.rlutinor Wednesday to JroLlijr hofurii h Iohoh for California. MfH M ttikIIom.ky hnn returned from a pleaxant and protracted vinit to her brother, Mr. John L. Itotloy, at Winchester. 11. (i I'bnmmjthv, one of the proprie-torof the unmt cold, silver and leail mine near Tur.well, Tenn., Sa with bin I'o-bolook-Uoepin,- . n, I SAXEI '. uiur-ruiK- o THE RILEY ' Hoiith-bouii- d I. U Ii LI VNDER'S HOTEL,, 9 D TH 0 R0 U Cor. Jefferson, IJ L Y Jl EN0 V ATED AJNT n Sheriffs1 Sale for Taxes! 1 pun-tit- . s Jiimik K. 11. Smith, of tbo Mt. Vernon Signal, wn here Tmtuliiy with dead oolh'M of money to bo plactMl in lunik to hiH credit. Mil. L S I'iiii.liin, represent in; tbo Mi lupin Mutual Life Immrauee Co', id here for the purpose of presenting iU ineiilH to our ptHtplo. Mine Jknnik Di'snv, of LiiiciihUt, wan over tbif week to Heherlittlenieie, Mbs Nellie Warren, w ho w cnuvalewiiiK from a M'ore Bpell oi pnoiimonia. Knkiiits W. II. WictiiB.v, Kl Jones and J. S. DwnIov, Jr., went over to Danville Tuesday night and witiietuieil boiiio fine work in tho K of V. lodge at that pl.u-o- . Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Rates 2.50 Per Day. 1MPR0 VED. Court-Hous- e manager. y court-hous- e mil wr 5?t5t HSffe; KOBT. FEETSEL, Watch Inspector L. & N., N lt Dealer In WATCHES, well-tille- d 1 " Mil ix .esggfTg yVs JSwynjsyTs'vJjr Ca?Repairing neatly and prompt vsssA (St'LOIkTHrilTk jriFssvir'Sow iiiMf "' k 11 11 mv 'n k t " T ' US hWMMl ly done. . . YWPmsmRgB. 1 . . All Work Warranted. Fjiic Watclics a Specialty. (Stanford, Ky.) I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. Slai-oiiti:i- Mn. (iRoiim: K SroNK, of Liberty, iH liere. Uu telU u.t that hiH town haa Jieeii comjiletely water bound Binro Saturday and that no mail him either been brought in or Hont out Hi nee that date. CITY AND VICINITY. Lkmo.nh well-know- n 'J. gHas 1 W. RAMSEY, Dealer In 1 at 'JO cenU per do.fii nt It. F. GROCERIES AND HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE Qla83waro, Tinware, &o. on hand ajjfresh supply of canned goods ol every description, s maccaroni. beans, prunes and in fact everything found in a grocery. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, raisins, &c, in great variety. Give my Nudavene, something new, a trial. first-clas- Kout'8. Till-- ' nicest FarriH A thing yet in tnhlu jellieH nt " Hardin V A- Com k and whi our new stock of genta' neckwear. Severance A Son. I'iimi:iiM3, apple butter minco meat and jollies at 11. K A W. II. Wearen'H. 1 1 it I'autikk owing ine on uccount of 1MX) will pleasi) cull and Kettle. I need tbo money. A. A. Warren. . . Wk will open thin mortiinif a new stock of dresH goodn suitable for wrap-jmtIjidieK, como early. .Severance A ,-- Kieh-iiiou- d H.6.RUPLEY,-- - 4 s, 1 Son. nisi'Aiill wijh that tiov. McCroary has introduced n bill to pontsioti Xancy J. Oaks, widow of D.iniel Oaks, of this county. Hamji'kt. Tho Hoyul Arch Masons hauiptited tbeiuselveH and tho visting members at S. S. Myera" store Monday night. Tho spread is raid to haye been a Hue one. A 1 1 Is Receiving His FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. 1 1 1 "WH LT HAVE A. A. TOTJ GOT TO EAT?" Don't forget tho 'Tonally of Crime" at Walton's Opera House night, 1 Is a question asked the Grocer every day. Here is a paitial list of articles in that line to be found at with (leorgo Bennett end Kiln in the tltlo roles. Admission Hunter ;Wi anil frt) centa. 1, W BRM'S "MODBXi GKOCEUTT:" j w ill observe the now ad. A'McKoberto, thoKonta' furnish-ors- . of Stagg They aro already prepared for tho spring trade and can suit jou in any lino. Give them a call. Oi'it rendiTH The mercury did not go so low ns predicted Tuesday, but fell to 30 and a pretty fair snow covered tho ground. Wednesday was fair nnd still coldor and raining aud went tho suuiu way. The card of Dr. h. II. Cook, 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 Beef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c. in The Old Reliable Jeweler H in the Lead. GsVsBsaSKfcWSSSssS' ' announcing his location hero for tho purpose of practicing medicine, appears in another column. The doctor stands high in his profcfision and his experience of 12yeai has given hiniii practical knowledge of of diseases. all clat-bi'S 1 Mo-no- Q'J:i,C', crA'ffv: T I V "- '.' 'ii ifr y- - A. most .. . R Hk -' T' i" VJ "s. Pftmw VAXXAJ .. ok Has the largest and JAM flH-fXAtsaf-.vr- - Our readers at n still continue to send nnBwersto distnnco tho Scriptural puzzle. These wero . by Tuesday morning's mail: Mrs-IIIPS, Providence, Ky., C. Thompson, George II. Patten, 1,:M)8, Crab Orchard, A.G. Faulkner, 185, Highland. mail brought C. L. Hail, 188, Somereet, Miss Maggie Whito, 188, KIHb' burg. Wo fuiled to put tho name of M. 0. Vandoveer, Jr., in our last list. Ho had tbo correct nnswer, 188. Mouk Somjtionh. AVcil-nesda- 1 ri wii HVttfMM1&E&X JttS UttfV7ft A,'; rnMPT.FTF stock wwa. w. WWW vice-preside- 1 Auti-I'over- y 1 1 in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to who can do anything in send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully clone. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicA. R. PENNY. ited and I guarantee satisfaction. r'4 .U i.ttk-mmm&- ' - L VbiW WlTgip3C rfiv-j- j T. - aw jrc MT X U a&?La. t, r.tfrtsti-jfc,- , j .fl I. ,! I.I III! J , . A ..,, .U - 7 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa: publiahod Every Tuesday and Friday sv; jpjur, sHTWhen not so paid ykak.ik advance $2.50 will be charged.- - K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7(00 a. nv, returning at 5:4s p. " L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North " South Express tram " South ' North Local Freight North 1150 am 1 n 50 p m 16pm time is about 20 minutes faster South. The latter trains also carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar ..635 am 515P m juam royai.i'..i sll SIIIM.I.KS. r.i.v A wooden butter tray, tho paper covet Large hMlle. y and $1 MISb MARY K VARNON, Ac, at LOWKSI I'RIIK.S. Issillsell the lumSlsnlord, Ky. tt ber at the mill nr drhser, tn suit puiihasert. (iive being turned up by it breeze, and dust M AVU OOI). K me atrial Uappy HooHlora. Bprinkling itself on tho buttor. I will deliver sawed i hesmut shingles at StanWm. 1 immons, postmaster ol Idaville, Indiana, ford or Itotsland at it n pir M A Gennau seltzer jug. writes ' lettric Hitters has done hum." far ihc A II HAS I IN 4Jiy AFFAIRS. CHURCH Two Ixiwls, each covered with a plate. than all thcr mediifnes combined, far that Nad feotini; arising from kidney and liver trouble.'' Another bottle of wine. John r!ie. farmer and stockman, of same place, He v. W. Y. Sheppard will pi each at A cardboard box, such as is used for says "Pind Electric Hitters to be the best kidney and listr medicine, made me feel like anew Odd Fellows Hall this, Friday afternoon, ice cream. man " J. W Gardner, hardware mxichant, same Besides nil these things which lodgers town, sjys "Klectric Hitters is just the thus fr at 4 o'clock. Newport News ,V Mistissippi Valley Co , 'K. 0. ' who is all run down and ilnn't .are whetha S Jul eaiii ulnl Trains to The meeting nt Methodist church, had put on their window ledges, tho er man lisesnr dies; he found new strength, good he .AT on felt new had Georgetown, conducted by Revs. Savage sweep of tho spyglass up and down tho appetite and tc a just likeat heA. It aPenny's drug Philadelphia bottle hie row-'o-f houses showed seven tin pnils store Onl and Hughes, resulted in 1G additions. Baltimoro, Now York, and eight pitchers. New York Sun. iM. ELK IN & (JO.'S, All paints Latt and Soulhratl A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of The Protestant Episcopal Church I he Alalmma leirislature ixisseil a all in leavening strength. U. S. Government Re- has 4,103 clergy, 21W candidates for or? Only one night out Irom l.etingtm. Lost In SMvcr. port Aug. 17, 1889. redistil 'ting bill that makes democratic Ky. Corrected Timo Card in Kites t Jan 4, iJr tiers, 2,3:50 parishes and missions and Larson is employed by the city the only republican congressional disGustav t iyr , 508,292 commuuicanta. The number of of XIinneaiolis in tho sewer department. trict in the State. C. ;.t fKtpres ra.lliH"7cTSM-V- J HAST HOUND. Daily ' Daily of which In company with two fellow workmen y baptisms last year was Gl,(t5, Daily K Sun. K. Sun Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ot street Miles' Norvo and Liver Pills , subject to the will of the Democratic party. 47,000 were infants. The contributions ho proceeded to Twenty-seventCo. t.ve Stanford yo n'n J 11 am a new principle regulating the liver, and Tyndale avenue to make an inspec30 n'n Acton " I.etingtott. o 10 pttt for the year were $12,751,707. prn 40 am $ bowe's thruugh the nerses. tion nnd clear tho sewer of a jam which stomach andDr. Miles' Pills speedily cure A new ' Wiiwhrstcr OF STANFORD, KY , IHWlU 41 pm 6 3s pm biliojn i Henry M. Stanley has given all the seemed to exist. He entered tho sewer discoscry taste, torpid lis er, piles, censtipaiiou R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. " K. U. Junction bad ness, ' Ml Sterling 7 M pm I 15 pin 7 iOpni presents bestowed upon him by the nlone, his two companions remaining I'nequaled for men, women, children Smallest, tt now fully orcamred and toady lor butitesi with " Morehead I'm s 4) pm, o doses sj cents. Samples free mildest, surest DENTIST. adOlive Hill crowned beads of Europe nnd other attove ground to givo help if necessary. at A. It Pinny's, Stauford. 9 o pm S S pm' 10 is am Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. " A inland. le jn pm Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, mirers to Gen. Booth, of the Salvation The tewer nt this point is sixty-siii pm inches " pm 4 up stairs. Nitrous Oxide Oas given Jbr painless Surplus, 16,000. " Calletltburg... 10 07 pm i 30 pmi Huntington 11 o 1 pm A l'orlnuate Woman. purpose of helping the high. His companions figured out that Army, for the extracting. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Mrs M ir I. Iliknr of On, I. Mill, his t poor in London. The gifts are valued they would not bo needed and walked WYJST HOUND l.iin.i: in tn Til K LINCOLN NATIONAL off. Without a light Larson lost his I r from ne u .11. n ar .is slmrt at nearly $500,000. They consist of HANK Ol' STANFORD, bearings, and his shouts for asMstauee of iin ail.. hal Miiry t Ut m1 In iif. DR. W. B. pearls of rare value, gold cups and kin- brought no nnswer. Huntington.. s. s t. f.s.nt la. pm o 00 ami .itlis (Nw ckaiRE up) ilh the same atsels snd under Lve. CailclisOurg ir ikiu- - two It"I " I ss pttt o 15 anil Of Ur Miles lloiirt Ciirr, .!. ,i)s .im dred articles. A number of them were the same maiugrment. " Athland Finally Larson gavo up shouting nnd lrt r Hum f r iyisiis M, ml ml Wml eyi'siia I 40 pm 6 )s am Ily provisions of its chailer, deMttitors are as Ohve lllll. f$ pm i 47 m received from Queen Victoria. 4S m endeavored vainly to find another man- liiii tiniprmnlw iUer'i!l this nJtiM' .ill ' Ml Sterling fully protested at ate depositors in Nalltsnal Office South side Main street, in office recently 10 51 am ( JJ am 4 tl in wfllieiml to ho enui ieine.lv." Hanks, its shareholders bein held individually Ky. hole out of which he could crawl. There A It IVnn. ilr iKKlst, am vacated by Dr. L. F Hufftmn, Stanford, inchter . gu.iritn-tj a pm 15 pm 7 is ut ' liable to the cstent il the amsutil of their tttxk Arr Islington Logans Greek and Oix River. s it l)i. MiloV uurk $ 45 pmiit I lo am lit irl tt 'i, were plenty of them, but they were ont ' thertsn at the par value therrul, In addition to th I.nultville iiijrvvious ti)stiiijinl-- . Irf pm' 4 S j jj lii$ n n amount invested In such ihitet II may art as of reach. After walking nearly two SI. BRUCE, Opossum hunting is nil tho go. Bob hours Larson noticed tho passageway TIlO All Kullcd. csecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as Limited Vrtnbttled Ktprets runs dally and I as I'ullman Vestibuled Huflct Sleepers between Lou fmioiritiir ' tis-Mr W A. Thomson, an individual Gaines captured two the other nights. was growing smaller, and this gave him otThi unibus, Ws, isflow itii.irv imen sting: who entrusted their tiultiness te us isvtlle. Leiington, Washington, New York and To thute p t LIVSa?, SAL! AND FEES STABLE, The pound party at Mr. Tom House's a hope. Soon after ho maunged to find n My ssi ish' !" ie'i i fur her while tnnaging the l.in. isln Nattutial Hank l Old I'otm Comfort This train it made part ol the h nt 'oiiiai 1 it'iil - 'Us prsiMri'. .n h thro Stanford, e e heie tender our manr thanks and ccieuraieu few nights ago was enjoyed by all the manhole that he could reach, nnd by the docion. in N i V" l. Iso In STANFORD. KY. trutl they will continue to tratMtact iheir butmess (Ml" l guarantee fer l'lnu'il" guest, who report thnt they ate candy aid of tho sewer walls reached terra intitui iiiilu mi In V C im uli ami ii. ih larp with us, offering as atwenty years' prompt aiun-tio-inn Mast of Huntington on i?. C A O. Route SPECIAL All KN HON to COMMERCIAL to same, ustr m llnit'ii" fr W nMnih psperieftce Th" all the firma in an exhausted condition. Tho Fast Mail I rains run dally incept Sunday be Hut imit Imlitr .. Ir. Mil KrsmralUf bonking and at liberal accommodatiotts at ate contravelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. by the cwt. Mrs. II. XI. Ballon and with sound banking. tween l.etingtmi and HuuiioeIshi. Make direct This shotilil silient horsesnnd vehicles used in livery daughter, little Miss Angie, of Lancas- escape was made at Fourth street and Ntrvinn helix it sn viismiIi'i fu.lt Only . 01. be us il etMneelion at HuHlmglon with C A O , at Ath ebt. flutntf iff HIKKctors. land with S. V R ; at Winrhctttr with K C R si iriiifiees. Mis rbsiymuitsm, Without a Cedar nvenue, about three miles from life, ter, were with us this week. J J. WiMiaitts, Mt. Veraou; R. north arid sosiih btiund. and at t.etingtou with tho place of entrauce. Cor. Chicago etc Ask.itA.lt l'etiHV lrui( tora fren N . I. S and C . N. O. A I I'. Railroads XIr. B. W. Gaines will be out Herald. I. J. M. Hail.StaHlord; Ur. Milt's now Wu a th backset trial bollb' ai.tl I extortion and Olive Hill Accommodation daily Norv( and llfrt S. Owsley, .Stanford ; THE SHELTON HOUSE, again soon, after a severe attack of pneuJ. scept Sunday. CnoRn.it ai Wiocheatir to and S.J. Kmbry, Sutnfprd; Ghiiih VcrMiIng In else North Womls. from K C potnts and at with I S R monia, while XIr. Wm. Logan is much R for l.imlstiUe J. K Lynn, Slanferd; J. H. GREER, Proprietor, A gentleman who returned from the improved. Xlisses Johnson and Elliott, North Wootls for foil lofurmattwtt in rtgord to rates, routes, A. W. Carpenter, MINedgevtHe; Saturday says that the Ac .apply to any agent of this or coniiestiDg lines - J. K. ItJogkosna, llttttonvillc; of Ilustonville, were visiting Xliss er lo 6now has not fallen to a great depth When BAbr- was slcls, wo roto Iter CaatorU. J F. Cath, Stanford; II. K. II UNI C I. IIROWN, Dudderar. Miss Johnson leaves at among the mountains yet, but that the When she was & Child, sho cried for Castoria. accommodatbr.s at reasonable rates. V I'.aodt. M . G. V A, William Coach, Stanfeid, Ky. Open day and night. Sample room and good livery an early date for Gainesville, Texas, to mercury has gone very low on several l.ennglon, Ky. When sho bicame Miss, alio clung to Castoria. in connection. ' S HARRISON. S. II. Shaakt, President O W. IIARNKV. visit relatives. Xliss Alice Beazley is vis- occasions, and has thus caused much When sho had Chi 'rcn, sho gave theiu Castoria. O At . I.ciiiigini. Ky T Ashland, Ky J H.tOwsley. Cashier iting the Xlisses Stuart, at Crab Orchard. Buffering among tho deer nnd other aniW. M. Ilright, Toller J II Hauhmtn, General Hook.Keeper T. L. Shelton, Rowland, has on exhi- mals in the woods. He says that some cap- of the young deer were frozen by tho Having leased the Menefec Stable, I now offer bition tho immense eagle that was intense cold, and that lumbermen report my NEW STAHLK on Lancaster street for rent. It has ten large Box Stalls and is the very best tured during the recent sleet by XIr. that mimlers of tho smaller animals place in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for I'epples. HL,UJG CrltAHrt HOU'l'JC." A No. 1 hay baler for sale. sought shelter in tho logging camps. the coming seasou, A large cistern at the door Call on Beazley and Gaines. JpssSwope Lust winter will be rememt)ered as an) Call on or address Tho Shortest nntt QutckoHt Routo from A. T. NUNNELLKY. Stanford Contrul IContucky to nil points North, a prominent citizen of Hubble, was here especially favorable one to the animals Bluo-Gra- ss KiiHt, Wont nnd South-WouFarm For Sa!o. Fnat Wednesday and rode his fancy black in tho woods nnd mountains, but this A Lino between Luxlntfton nnd Olncln- about winter will be a very hard one for them. mare, Lady Beats 'em all; record null. Tho trappers are having good success I nffer or sale privately the Henry Hester farm 4: IS J. XIr. W. T. Weak, of Finch ville, j SCIIKDULK1NKFFF.CTNOV 16, igo. in catching tho various unall fur bear- of 60 acres, nearly all rich bottom kiad; i acres I am veil prepared to bore wells and will do the In grass. was visitinc relatives here. He and It. ing animals in large numbers, as tho soon in wheal, the balance work in u minncr and promptly No. 3. No. E. Gaines took in Xliddlesboro Friday, winter is so severe they are easily lured No 6 The dwelling has six room and Is in good re . At One Dollar a Foot. good well, pair. K remaining until Sunday. Both pleased to tho bait of tho traps. Utica Observer. ard andThere 1. a rww barn, m the place. fine orchSun. Dally. K. Sun fencing lsii on or address me at stantord, Kentucky. with tho Xlauic City. XIr. A. A. Bice, of Lve Cincinnati .. 8 in a ml I est p m a so p m L. T..SMITH. Mil Termscash, balance in 1) and 8 08 p m j ao p m Lve Covingtoti... I it Auktvril Oi'ciirrt'iin1 tin it Kitilroitil. mouth PuM!SWon to be gu en Feb. i, l4gl Danville, says thnt from 3 cows during ' Lve Falmouth... 9 m o 16 p m 5 P m A few weeks ago tho train on this diII IS a m.10 11 p m 510pm 1S!)0 he sold SIL'o .worth of butter, beArr Tans W A Tribble. at Apply me CO Arr LesiRgton ij ro p m t tat p m 6 so p vision railway was Stanford, toKy. or my agent, sides using a great deal. This beats Xliss obligedof the m Lve I'aris i 7 37 1 m to come to halt for want of waI K PIYION tf 6 15 a ro Arr Winchester.. 11 lo p m Becky Spoonamoro somewhat. Supt, ter for tho engine, and the passengers ; op b Arr Richmond... III J5 P i" W. F. XleClary has contracted with Chap. had to turn out to help tho trainmen I I Arr Lancaster... j 10 p m I f) Arr Stanford. I IS pit school-hous1........ C2C McRobertB to build us a new bring enough water to render K.Mihh a fT7e Richmond" I If ,0 I' " .. THE GHEAT noUSEUOLD KEMEDY FOIt on tho Lancaster pike, work to completion of the journey. Wo omitted Arr Herea V f"a 3 C3 Llvington . Arr begin soon. Xliss Betty Henderson, of nil mentioii of this occurrence in the Lowell, passed through a few days ago hoK) that in tho future similar inconNo. 5. No. 1. 4k Xo.ji f. en route to Brodhead to visit her aunt, veniences would bo provided ngnmst. SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, - " 3ttTS To our deep regret wo are again in tho Lve I.ivingtlen... 8 00 a m ...... The JI t.ir Is!Mi. i.n (UN n long ft'lt XIrs. J. Frith. JSs SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. disagreeable jiosition to record such m Lve Herea. ., ta 15 a m ; 1 want with owiuts of Ilor-oso- r Iuli Arr Richmond.... il SS a rn ...... 9k T occurrence, and we feel it onr duty this Onohox of tlieoe pllla will aave many PRICE 50 CENTS. Lve Sunford WX with Wiirt--- Knots, Unii-- t, Cn, 7 00 a m Ioelor' bllU. The uxo A Not el Sl'i. ; time to lay it description of it before our tlollnrn Inprupurvil stu a Send thre Lve Lancaster ... 7 Jo a tn stamps for free samnlo iiuclttlly V.S J An enterprising trunk maker has made readers. Xleran Zeitung. ' box and book. Stnutie., .tntiiis, OM .ort's, Rtrl Wirt' Arr Richmond... 1015 a m j , . H n Vl.rs- nntilintif tn.i nf riirvt it.. Lve Richmond. ..... Cut.s, ttf. It iiiuktw no iliircri'iirt' os p m 6 10 a in H Arr Winchester. '54 p m 715 a mi ......... for the advertisement of his wares. In JM SkctrliliiL,' in I'lirllunifiit. how Ioiik thy knot lmi i (horo, or H atii)llcaasf ArrJ'arii Pm 7 48 a m'- tho front of his store ho has erected a ' IM, XInrs, tho well known French car- - amiso imhoultti.r stut Ifinir full. Tliey r 111 0 strrumiilttf Ioiih from how lmnl it in, (if it h not of Lve Lcilugton ... a 00 p rn 7 00 m J 4S P m l Krlplntr. of polished brass, surmounted icnturist, was in tho house of commons the ImiiIvi stltliout nausea or Lve Paris .. 45 P m 7 sj a m 411pm wu will twice it till' on the "HO Lve Falmouth.. 411pm 9 18 a in1 5 . p m by a framework, representing tho usual the other evening. He wns brought in Aiiu;U-- to joinur ssitJ old. Price, 'J3o Arr Covington, MO PAY" i.Ihii. 5 40 p in 10 44 a ml 6 CURE, p m In rcmovint' SOLD B VKll V:YllliiUi. trimmings of nn ordinary trunk. Inside by n brother caricaturist. XIr. Harrv Arr Cincinnati .. IjQ pm 10 50 a m 6 37 p ut ABSOLUTELY PURE, 45 thi' knot tho hair conic off, ami the 1 n f Ml fMriilltiV ya ttrrkA .. 4 nasi nf !.. - L....I, . 1...4. D ucvi uimsa, uui iiu fxprebbutt some surpnsu i's.s.ss uUU ui On llieMayiville Ilranch, Nog. leaves Paris FOR MFnirifMAI Tnn cT oatuw iil.ui' lKH'uinurs vt'iy Hin; when you ek'd rcuch PI,lte s. when ho was informed Unit sketching in ' ? S3, am and No. n, at 517, p m, arriving at AND NURSERY PURPOSES. tM ined m the evening by electric liirht. tho strangers' gallery NATIONAL BANK Mop usiiiijj it, the hair coimvt haok ith leavet Maytvileatioio.am, and 7 S5, P m. No. at was forbidden 10 Maysville 3 jo m, arriving ITAR-OIParis at CO., iiritnal rnlnr, ami not a traro of the 7 4.m. .No. is atleaves a Alaysville atat 150 and Chicago, Hi nnd which constitutes un unique method Neverthe:es ho took one or two "thumbOP STANFORD. KY of advertising. The main part of tho nails." In Paris XI. XIars is permitted arv at Paris at 4 ,o,lp m. These trami .ro knot is left. For plan of iiimirance, daily escept Sunday, For sale by A K. Penny and M. L. Uourne, sign is spiral in design, and is of solid to projecuto his humor from a seat next No. i runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati ete., all at the unler,Inel tlruKKiHt'ti, Stanford brass, excepting a small hole through to tho premier of France. Honorable ro 43 leaves Lexington 1000 am; arrives Paris ami brin,' your animal with yon. Capital Stock 10 45 am, except Sunday-No- . tho center to p;vss electric wires through, members will perhaps benmu.sed to hear 8 leavet Cincinnati s 10 pm; arrives Falmouth and on tho baso of tho structure is con- - that XI. XIars does not consider the house Surplus 16,500 Kor lain by V II McRoberts, druggist, No. 7 leaves Falmouth 600 am; arrives Cincinbpicuously inscribed the namo of tho has much individuality in its members. nati 7 am; except Sunday firm. New York Commercial Adver- Train Notes. No. 3 runs dally, except Sunday, London Star. Attention of the public is invited to the fact letween Lexington rtnd Cincinnati. No, tiser. runs that this is the only Niitioiul Hank, in Stanford Sunday only, makliiK ull local stops No is runs Under the provision! of the National Hank Act, .Making .Man Coiisiinijitlt daily h'tvveer Cincinnati and Lsxmgton 4 Proof. depositors are secured not uulv by the capital who is now at tho Note trains No. 6 and Falmouth Dr. Koch's remarkable by the stockholders' liability lor an has stock, datiouNo 8 now depart from new 4th Accommohead of tho hostilo tribes, is one of tho already been followed by adiscoverystep, amount but St. Depot, equal to the stock, no that depositors of further oil 4th below John st this institution are secured by n fund of Joo,noo bnivest Indians iu tho west, .'is well as which aims Note -- Trains No andFalmoulh Accommoda- notsomuch at curing people Kite sworn statements of tho condition nf the Lank ono of tho worst. He is tho reputed who "nv"al "ew "' Si.WIkj,oii 4th below United are aflhcted with consumption as nt are made each year to theexamined Stales governJohn "t,7 fiyfe,. aiL6.& ment and itsittftels .ire at stated times C slayer of Custer, though that distinction preventing the growth of tho Nos 2 and 6 makn connections at Winchestei CONSUMPTION diseaso in by uoverninsnt agents, thus securing udtlituon.il SnrpoliitsontheN. N has been claimed by Spotted Tail and those who are healthy, V Ky depositors. just as Jenner and perfect safety tooriginally established as the SCROFULA IMPORTANT.-Train- sof This institution, beveral other braves. Ho is said to be introduced vaccination as a preventive this line Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1853, then BRONCHITIS Station Cincinnati, ,he ,Cen,ral Un," now arrive 'aenger abnulutely devoid of fear. making connections for all against smallpox. This discovery has icd as the N.ttmnal Hank of Stanford in iScjand EMULSION COUGHS poluts North, Kast and West. as the First National Hank of been made by Drs. Hericourt ami Richet, iigain For full particulars address any agent ol the an uninterCOLDS An old maid in Connecticut who pupils of XI. Pasteur. Their experiments Slaslnrd in 1S8.1, has had practicallybetter supplied rupted t'xistuncttof sa years It is CURES Wasting Dicoacea W. L MUNSO.V,T,. Pas. Act., Cincinnati.Co. promptndoptl and reared a boy to manhood o far have been confined to rabbits, but now with tacilities for trausacluiK businesslong S. F. H. .MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r Agt.. und flLEXINGTbN.KY: has been suod for .$25,000 by tho ungrate- thej- - are confident of having found out ly and liberally than ever before in us honorable iarcer Accounts of corporations, Wondorful Flosh H.K. HUNTINGTON. ful wretch because she chose to givo the secret of making man consumptive firms and individuals respectfully solicited. Manager. Many liavo gaiuoil ouo pound him the numo of "Xloses David proof. London GENERAL OFFICES' The Directory of this Hank is composed ot IP YOU WANT Daniel XIark Isaiah Exodus per day by its uso. Chamber ol Ctjminorce lluilding, Cincinnati, O T. I Foster, of Stanford; rsote; White," Scott's EmulHion is not a Bocrot between Cincinnatidaily train service on Sundays Korestus Keid, Lincoln county; Itoast I.oln uf Klrplitiut. and Lexington. J W. llayilen, Stanford; On tho bill of faro of tho Palace, Cinremedy. It contuitiH tho Btimulat-iu- g S II llauchman, Lincoln; Seven Bkippers of Gloucester. XIass., AND A HAPPV COOK, USK Hypophos- M ) Miller, Alt. Vernon; properties of tho with 120 hardy seamen, hnvo gone to cinnati, one day recently there appeared S T Harris Lincoln; bites and puro Norwogiim Cod Key West after Spanish mackerel, mullet the rather unusual dainty, "loin of eleJ. S. Mocker Stanford; E ivor Oil, tho potoncy of Loth This O. A. I.nckcv, I.lnneJn: hunters, .... and red snappers. Last spring they phant." It was, in fact, part of Chief, 1. .J. ...... Alhtrisnnnliain... n ... .Aim. usnermon: ami T. P. Hill, Stanford; the vicious elephant who was shot in tho boinpf largely incroiiRod. It is usod mission, as all such wilfbe protecuted wiiuout lull. madf V. O. Welth, Sunford. successful experiment of the Cincinnati to the Zoological garden, and was MADE BY ctt extent of the law. Signed: W.P. Tate, Stanford. by Physicians ull over tho world. Florida fibbing. not bad eating, an some of the forco of I 1 minima OKFIUKKS: C. KKYNMLIJS. I. I.. HECK. Mrs. ALICE J HAUOHMAN. LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS S. Docker, President; this office PALATABLE AS MILK. testify. It was without r. M, HAKH. If. II. nnnni'B It costs St. Louis $21,000 a month n exception can best roast elephant John J. McKoherts, Cashier; W A. COFKKV. the that Mrs. M. A. AIARTIN.' Sold bit all nmuutys. COMPANY, A. A. ilcKtuncv, Assistant Cashier to light her streets and public buildings ROIIKHT UARNETT J. E, IIRUCE, juy of us liad ever taited. Hotel Xluil. with electricity. COTT &. BOWNE, Chemists, N.Y. W. P. O RIMES. LEXINGTON, KY. Will -- lip pSS arm nnd arm w as extracted by Dr. llanisey, but the one in the breast was not located. Street was unarmed; bis wounds are not dangerous. Davu Georgo was killed by Hen Ow ens about seven miles east of London, Monday night. George ami Black KM Chestnut were drunk nnd went to Owens' bouso to run him and bis family on". Owens wouldn't go and ordered them out. Chestnut left and tried to take George, and got him as far as the door, when Georgo jerked loose and made for Owens, who grabbed an old musket and shot George's head oil. Owens came to London Tuesday and gave up. Han George was considered a bad man when under the intluence of liquor. Tim Window oT tho lllock. The Cincinnati, Hamilton .V Dayton R R. is Safety A tired younpr man Btood nt tho win- the only line running Pullman's PerfectedSleeping County Clerk Miller, of Rockcastle, imor. Vestinuiea rains, wnn inair Ho says bo dow of his room in his house on one of nnd Dining Car service between Cincinnati, In is on n business trip hen. Chicago tho uptown cross streets on Christmas dianapohs and Reclining and i th only line On-- c Chair Cars bstween Through lias been clerk of his county for ciizht afternoon, and looked nt tho windows in nnati, Keokuk and Springfield, III. and bleeping years anil his presence hero Monday the big, long brown stono block on tho Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the Only Diroct Lino made the eighth day in all that time that other side of tho street. Ho saw on tho Lima, llctw he has been absent from his office. ledgo of n third story window of the troit, eon Cincinnati, Daston Canada. Toledo, Dethe Lake Regions and Jack Street, n house directly opposite n bottle of chamlie road is .nc of the oldest 111 the State at A difllculty between over s the only line and George Mason, proprie- pagne. It had evidently been placed Ohio anil double track, entering Cliumnati blacksmith, and from its past record can miles of to get cool. On the ledge of a sec- mnrethau assure its patrons speed, comfort and tor of the Mason House, Monday night, there safets ond resulted in Street being shot in the left saw story window of tho same house he Iu kelson sale everywhere, and see that they n photographic frame with n glass mid (' , II .VI). either in or out of Cincinnati, right breast. The ball in the 1 1 run-dng 1 LONDON LAUREL OOUNTY. The Flnost on Enrth. Dr. A. S. PRICE, Office SURGEON DENTIST. !on Main street, otrr W. II. McRoberts' Drug Store, Stanftrd. A FARM FOR SAIJE. I offer for sale privately my Farm of 85 Acres, -.- ....-.. a! 4 inucs soutu 01 .ii4iii'"i in- pike It is in a nlgn si.ne 01 ruiiiraiiun, inir In grass but it a. res, has all the necewsary and a dcsir. buildings, is well watered and Tented Call on or address ne nt able place generally ' . ...... S,an;m O. A PRY-ION- grains. exposed to the light. Another ledge was Indianapolis or Toledo.O McCORMICK. I E. tho resting place of a pan filled with General Passenger and Ticket Agent. something which ho could see was smokHuHcling ing hot. The young man owns Bucklen's Arnica Salve spyfor The glass, and looking through it at tho sores, best sals e in the world sores,cuts, bruises, In the corporate limits of Kowland chapletter, ukcrs, sslt rheum, feser smoking pan he concluded that tho girls ped hands, chilblains, corns and all kli erup II J DAKSl', Rowland. 86 tions and positively curci piles, or no pay reijuir in that room across tho way must have ed. It is guaranteed to kivo perfect satisfaction been making molasses candy on g;ia or money refunded Price 15 cents per box. stove and had put the stuff out to harden. Kor sale by A K. Pennv, SUtitord, Ky. SALE OR llavlrg remove my Purler Shop to the Com Turning his spyglass to tho window-ledgemenial Intel, I am prl pared to ai smmoiUte la Ln Qrlppo Again. illts as well as giiilleincli In unythirg they may of other houses on the block he Ounng the epidemic of La Grippe lst seaon Tho Very Desirable Residence wish in my line. I miarrn also waiie.i nn tall noted these exhibits: Dr. King's New Discos ery for Consumption, u lilts. JKSSK 1IIOMPSON. Coughs and Colds, prosed to he the best remedy And InC'ommrri ul llulel. A milk jar jwrtly filled. let on Dinsille street Die house is Kcpo'ts from many who nsl it confirm this state he ) srd is A large iot of some fneo preparation ment hey were not ohIj quit My relieved, but in kcsmI repair and ontsms 5 rooms Urge and beautilul and altogether von Iclt no with French label, tho words of which the doesH1 roined) bad alter results. We ask fiat a trwl an. wc guarantee MX.LI4. to (ine this were Hot easily discernible. Wsstisfied with rsnlis, or the purchase Tho Plnco la ono of tho Most jou will Two baskets of oranges, apples nnd pru-- will be refunded It has no euu.il in La In Town. hato finished my new Saw Mill on the SomerC'liTOl or Lung trouble For Sal 11 Twenty Iols 4 11 FOR RENT. ! s I I 1 Do-llKht- ful ITET" SAW 1 TnalN.itles ireoat (irippe. or any Throat, A R Penny's Drug Store er rent on terms set nke, 7 miles I torn Slarlmd and tofHiHlshatiykiml of l.ll.MIIKR, n prepared I CASH ! 1 POWDER Paid For Hides and Fur; OLD K KY. ROUTE Absolutely Pure lie Washington, Stanford, RICHARD WARREN Kcn-uek- h Farmers Bank& Trust 11 i x rea-in- n ..... . . 11. so-- ) PENNY, Dentist. I !.' 141 sh-w.i- s 1 fcr-a- i uf-f- e SUCCF-SSO- It i Hut-tiTi- i 1 N-- 1 1 ier-koi- 1 HSI N I n 1 1 11 1 4 I. '111 r 11 in-t- . 1 Sn-ug- r. v. tu-- r hrst-cla- ss 111 I i b- - tr A. Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. 94-c- ";; Lou-ann- a - INK-TON- s ., FOB, REXTT. Kentucky Central R.R. A Special Bargain. L. P. CALEB'S 77-- tf jarJSkl, gd BOHX3STG MAGIC t. v: j REMOVER! j I South-Hound- tir.t-ciat- s - One-ha- lf I I TAR0ID J two-ce- XIcran-Boze- n I . If II e North-Houn- d. SAVES JM.ONEY. Family Medicine, Zixjl . . , I fifrnk-itif- ? . 1 , TAR:0IDS0AP D Ik-w- ')) jiedc-ata- . . ! I Q """"""" 1 . w I FIRST 1 3200,000 Stan-lor- Jiain-in-the-fnc- e, crjupui ' r;-- i MXoVsXl. f,l)'i54MSmil: m creahe A' WHAT -- 1 SCOTT'S t'ulu-ci'an- Ab-balo- m Tit-Bit- s. GOOD BREAD CREAM FLOUR . 11 ....,....,, POSTED. .11 9i-i- yr -- ?sa . ..--