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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891110601 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V ,S f f Semi-WeeklyInteriorJournal isi Lo:k at 7c w Labl ses if yoa are .behind in subccrlp- Itlon. Ifyju are re-- j nit at ea cs::. VOL. XIX. LONDON. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER G.1891. LANCASTER, n GARRARD COUNTY. 1 NO. 71 LAUREL COUNTY. DEATH'S DOINGS. Mw. Cordelia Miller vs ndjmigrJ lunatic More .linls A Unruett WedinMi-tin- y in tho .- - V Shf l(HveslH$iidM a husband three you cliildren. ptU th win uiralehtoniNl out. tin' Ctpt. .Nun Miller h MiHsSustn lJennelt, a akterof town Monday. John I.inntt, dieil at Judge 'Ortiiifix had 7R cwwe for several days looking alter his proper-l- 'ulice. .She waa kimviu throughout on lit docket at tho uptnltnz o( hU rvg ty. We arc fxtttliinrlr ylad to Mate ho will probtbly re'iim in a short Kentucky n an active Christian worker ular mint VHliily and tb tonu tliat inter nnd a moie in the Methodint church and at the time was crowded with people. UN court while for Juir.i.-tof her death was of the Parl cilleen. public will probiUilv hold nfvond day. Kentucky MaJ. It. KiiiiihikI, tin- - insurance sonage Aid Society of th D.111 Lovell captured the now Jailer Craig ( rum: on lHt Saturday nsint. lint puiclmsed.n liaiulsoiiK'jIlairs conference. notorious The lelntivua and friends of Mr. mornim. liinuir made two uiiimcech- afe for hi ulIW. If Ijuuiwter millers .Tolin T. (Jauo, son of Uen. H. M. C?ano, more lire stuli as have visited rniuty ful attempts before he lindly or in the In .it few days, we are afraid were shocked on the teceipt of a dis. the least trouble but Dm didn't hav in taking him, to hit and everybody's that the loajor wont havo much need, of patch TueMlay, announcing his'iaudden Norwoglnn with a bonr HtuiiRwl smull Iniys iui.1 girlM with lt bw-nl-iex-S-n- MiiLion Aitmit Jo Onrr.tHUuw that fntme Iim ottWr will .In in tliu freixht depot. Tim iplegmph oMioe i ill be them nIwi. ns noon no the "line nmn" Mr4. Jamea Hga nick, whowaaaMlM McI'beiVojitrttrJl onJmi WtMinw daj, after a prMjyffllneaH of lever. Stanford Female College. J. M. HJBBA.RD, A. Kullcorp Art ot JH., President. Fall Scssiojx Tiicsilay, Scplcnalicr Ctrllrnt Jt,t, 1S91. I ltich-mon- d. C5nr boartling tr and N'n- - lpir nnt m' h il teA tier. in I Supnor Clialojt'ie irt.iUr. f'irm.hi rt . ml, ti'rilurc, "n uipli MujIc and tion r if 1 tt-- rn-aidc- ut f-ap- I DEMOCRACY H. 22. ! ; Cor. 'I th & Vino, Cincinnati, O. Short-Han- d, Type-Writing, Book-keepin- g, Telegraphy, I aurprihe. I ' dontb at Laramie, Wyo., where he had John Uwh nnd Hill ' Jreen rera ar-- 1 Tueitluy evening for having row lit the depot with Carl VmU and I'nink tirotfii, it U said, idiot Ht SaunderH. twice and struck him on tho side of the head, making a lrcw n wound, while Ijitw on Kids. Trial will come oil 11 , bl "I'ncle Lien" Hobin-rest- gone on business. He left bis home at1 Massachusetts wa making laid horse jump a fence Dallas, Texas, a week ago, in perfect Iowa, mi his farm near town, his foot caught health, apparently, and ns no particu-- ' lap have been received as to the cause and he mh thrown to the giound, h cutting l.m html and face. The of Ida sudden demise, it is supposed And Moro than Holds own in Virginia, Marythat the high nltitude developed aouie uoiiwIh aie not ilaugerout, but utisofrpeeted organic trouble of the hear?. land, Mississippi ingly painful. He will be out in a as ed j Wlnt8iU, It Triumphs in New York and its The ftuilent are (ti ttrmamt ami are allied in securing employment. Tho charges ara reasonable. Ilourtl c.in bo hail In the city nt low lluifs. Day nnd Kleht Sessions. Doe us promises InvcstlButloiiMillclted. bend for catalogue. C W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. Pll Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, Penmanship and all Business Branches. 1862. Larue anil nourishing Twelve Instructors. tTp with Urn time. Established for Ilualness Pursuits. Has the confidence of the HimIucki Conimunltj. thoroughly exceed-lookin- g few-knif- e l'ri-'d- yt ,1.. Considerable excitement was emit- eil Monday bv in of the escaped con- victs from Hriceyillo nnd Coal creek be- tig IodgedU the London jail. They were all colored ami were ntnrted tow- guarded by It. nrda Nashville, Tue.-daM. and.lohn Ja.kson! Town Marshal Duk Harbin and. lamet l'.oreing. They ni far as Mt. Vernon, where they learned the liwes would not pay tb reward and turned them looe there. It was reported that the ICnighta of Labor would take out thoc cniirliiil in jnll here. Mondav night, but Jailor Lovell didn t thmk anything of the kind nnd used no extra precaution" and tho proved that he w:m perfectly right. Thurday evening three more were placed in jail here bv Constable Tom Norvell to await a requisition. None of them denied lielni: convii tc 1 y, re-nu- LET US REJOICE AND BE GLAD. " S ri rn -Wy m SN ?"V i rr- The latest returns show that New York went democratic by over 10,000 and that pos3ibly the legislature is dem- !ov. Kusseir.sjy'plurality m ocntic. r 2, S"y Massachusetts is 5,000 and over, and (Jov. lloies is re elected in Iowa by 2 . irrT dt-- i y;'u i - n 3 S nJ 5. 3 2. 3 Thejrertof the ticket is also electI r " ed, but by less majorities. The legisla-- j tore is in doubt. The republicans aie trving to look happy over the lesult in' Ohio, but it is like whistling to keep their courage up. They hardly held their own in electing McKinley, whote plurality is less than Harrison's. Dealers In- IVsett's own town, Elmira, N. Y. went against hitn o04. The people's party wasn't "in it any) It leaders claimed o,000 in where South Fork, Lincoln County. Ohio and got 11,.00. Moaea Colley ia preparing to move Oh, yes, we nlujost forgot. Cook counhia heading mill to .1 act on the lnnd of ty, III., also went republican. Another' Mr J. I'. Minth, near the New Salem crumb for the almost disheartened republicans. Mr. Jauien II. Thomas haaclosedhia OTJB.EZ-BGA.1T- T The democrats will have the largest, school thU week on nccouut of typhoid majority in the New Jersey Legislature feer in tho neighborhood and rcarcity next session they hnve ver had 33 on and impurity of the water. j A OF KANAWHA FRESH CAR-LOA- D joint ballot. to have bydropho. A dog, btipixiaed of the alliance is broken in The power Ina, paanil through this oomniunity laht Aug Brldgewaier Denies Thathe Even Kansas politics. They met u crushing and bit a couple of hog for .1. Knows the Gilllland Gang. j defeat Tuesday, only electing one of the Miow and diaappeared before u gnu ' loihr Vilitor Inirrtor Journal ten district judges. which to kill could be obtained with Moiiki.anp, Nov. A. In your jmjier of The democrats had everything their l.iin yesterday I see w here a dispatch from own way in the legislative races in Vir - Little Im, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Somerset eajs that was in council with ginia nnd the body will be uioi e than it Mulllna, baa been veiy low with the Somerset gang lxst Thursday. The s of that party. mumps and w hooping cough. Heitba, a sender is a bar. He lies because he The six vacancies in Congress were, litielaughterof Mr.JamesL'pthegn.ve, wants to he. Iist Thursday I was in tilled equally by democrats and republiHas the largest and died ltit week. She bad been a Miilerer my own yard all day killing hogs that 1 cans Young Honk succeeds his father with consumption. from birth j! all.. MOST COMPLETE STOCK bought that same day of H. 13. King, and in the Knoxville, Tenn., district KffWB3EJrV ywa"rm Whooping cough ia worrying the my next door neighbor will tell anybody The Memphis Public Ledger says Logans Creek and Dlx River, little folks herealiouta with a vengeanre OF the same. The Thursday before I waa "Taritl reform seems to be in the air, a aingU urchin has ," rnC(, frolu Xow jufet now. Yonr wrj,(t, ,; e in Stanford, sitting in the nnd soon the proudest thing a man can JMid Je-velrescaped its harrowing grasp. Hie at- - Yorkf tthl,ri. ,, wwit wi,, llu. view of under Judge Morrow 'h eye, until :'. in say of himself will be: 'I am n Cleve been lendered (Jtc(lri)B ., VOfMmi oll ,lt. 3 tendance at school has K&3rW:, CVC1 " f rWSfe. .t.v York the evening and then came home. I land democrat.' " hi 'oirtniuiu ui ..u T( lompH.ntively aiiuill by the acourge. 0I1,nlvillK. nt tm. NVorhl of. have not been out of sight of my house but as low as tuC lowest. i democrats sweep evIu Maryland sorgmim mawing nas jm lH, u,vnu ,nv ,,, as a momu- - of As for being in the gang, I never erything before them, lliown N electPd in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s i .n,i..v Ujo Klll1Jt.kv IM.M aiul rom stanfonl, Mnw. ever had anything to do ami .,uiuy the .iunmv was nor with governor by 'JO.000 majority the leg... ...u,.... Repairin". Don't have to beat tor ninny year... .oajur lim,.,l.i.i..le ...... ........ ...... j hhW.mI., "Ho von know them. I do not know any one of them, islature is overwhelmingly democratic who can do anvthiner in Watch or lewelrv and J. M. snow made some 'JOO or .00 '" nnd not thinking, of and I don't even know where they live. and will all' kinds beautifully done Old Walton send jol to the city. Engraving of Senator Gorman. galln for themstdves and other mrties. rejdied, "Yes, sit." "tiood dny'" Lver since have been in the county Nebraska and Colorado wont republi- gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic- S.i oit see, Mr. Davis, Lincoln can lionst wdd the journalist (whoradded, "I've liiivu been trod under foot, for what can, but there is MisMfsipi with n demo- - ted and guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. of Hnrihum as well as Cnsey. Hut when seen vour in his paper. What cause I catinot tell. I have tried to treat crntic majority twice as much as both of ...... , .1. . ,m. ..1.1 Ht.v attempt 10 cou.pei m.h mwn all men as well as I could, but there ia them put together, so we can, very rea t. W ; . IWaalev'ld to Monioe Hick- - ono thing sure. I have no enemies in the sonably for the other side, call that a 1 be people of this school Utstitct are .....ii :.. n nt ilnlivniiul tlllM ....,! ..!..... f ....... .mj uiiiiu.L-.--, , me .1... dog fall. uuuwu, ...iu. l n.u "" ill i I ..lu.vi. .. . . . I. ..I.I. iin.iiiH '"" l """ ulfil ii l nui r ui i.ir vuui MLj aatiiit i.!., i iu tfiLin U.K1.I ,.f it... ..n....i.. ..u.l il... l.t ' l,ltu,,,,l-- ' Heturus on the legislature show that " "t, ",. , t. tn to be. Nome two or three w ks M'"1" ... 7. . ...w ' oiiuu iinu t iiiu nui uui" 01 iiiuui. .iiauv it is reliably republican, and n careful ! 1....... " ""' """ " ng Hill and Mos Tinsley and lAilllwllll I..;., Lula iTunipi Stuart veara neo. when I was bunted down mid canvass of the senatorial preferences of l.t a as tilled their bidi with whl"kJ' aU(i Mima 1'ettus, two Crab Orchard wont in the woois nnd laid eight years, tho inemVrs elected, indicates that if Vm Ml W . m HT a WJ a WkEjJm K " iwtni lit iinwn inern bwiutiss, weie the gueutfi of friends nore I thought that it would wear out, but (.low l'oraker really has aspitencher. frighten- v.. wu. Mr. i. of the weok. Mn. J. M. Hutu- - notwithstanding nil that, hnve rations his election is assured beyond a u the first ars out ot the wi ,h hi e n,e sil.k st,Vl,nil ,,nyH 8ilK.u from mQm t,mn if f linc,jeoIl tu.bat, shadow of u shnde of a doubt. Cincintritste;.!s ln left her business iu llllin tlwt th,y 1Iiailo lna 0lIt. My hoUHe nati Commercial (Juette. J'; uiai The thargeof her son,. Kmbry, until she was1 is fui of bullets ami I know the narties Coinui"uting on the victory the New .,. . nrnniii nr ii (IV oriWU.. HI lliuunii mniiv- - nun 11 Kiiaaak. .... luiitiii jn n in idim niiiii.a tvv. .1 put ail .' it '. it nun (nut York World says: It means in national i ..:.... l.j lnik kit t -- ... and for tiling ternme was p.. .;. ?, U) n ?. . ,,eHvert,(1 h ,,OIWOf ,,,, Il0 lowed any protection more than my nll.urs that New York is soundly and secooled down and you. the matter baa jt w n, reach ., arms can give me. I have made several curely democratic; that on the tntitT and ,l ft Catorl cures Colic, Comtlpatlon. 'CRStorlaUMweUauaptMtochUdrenthat Hcarcelyhear it mentioned, Eruowtion, Mrs, , M, Moil aU( dmi);llt,ri Mi88 attempts to explain my whole life, but 1 other national issues, forced to the front Sour moiiuvIi, Illarrha-.iI recommend It aasuixrior to an j prescription KUlu Woniu. sies ktrtjs and promotes 01-oi.asionalexpress.0.1 of sympnhv for Al,K,o(lif hnvu t(i l(llllWblWi have never Wen able to get a newspaper by Gov. Hill, Mr. Cleveland and other H A Arciiek, M. I)., known to me" o.,( d the young men. I trtw ecm alU) hef wtvpral irenl8 lit So. Oxford St., UrooUyn, N, V, I Without lujurious nieilloation. thiukjit is hard democratic speakers, New York is a to publish anything. committed nt low Mich deeds, Jlx Ulver, LoiMU8 Creek and to live the life I live, after the .bitter at- - strongly democratic State for next year's Thc CcsTifR Couiunt.TT Jlurray Street, N.Y. - (),rm,w Hihrolti. logo unpunished, I haven feeltvimniko. before some serious I have made for all that 1 lmvc presidential election. " damage is done, should be substantially tonement mg ot sympainy ior mj n.iu.i A. Hkidokwaikk. Cleveland on the elecbeen accused of. teachers, but tor such trustees it would fenced iu One of the most dangerous tion. "Of course every one has a right not matter if men should get drunk nnd places is in fiont of Widow Iinngliman'g, Tho l.NTKKiou Joiits'AL is publishing to put his own construction upon the te apit in their faces. Tinsley and Lucas and there are several other bad nlncea soiiiB very InleieiJtiiiBContrlbntioiis from uot ansIoug to obtrude l ; .. . r .... i i are both young men of not very envia- - .hetweeu .iiiui nun nuwniiiii. i.ei. us in- -; ns lormer iuusuiesa hiuiiui, .u, I.M j. lltfm,,ain my ideas, but it seems to mu able reputations and a hotter opportuni-- 1 vite our president over the road. The Walton, who is now a merchant at oncht not to be doubtful. A ty could not be had to teach them n ILiker, of Hoyle, are expected this lanta. The last issue of that paper was who still thinks taritl' reform lesson thn would perhaps last them week to be the quests of JlrB. 15. V. ornamented with nn excellent picture of tied and obsolete issue, or that the im thrcuKh life- Ciuines, before leaving for Abilene, Tex., the clever nnd talented yotuiK gentle- portance of sound and safe money is n BROS., man, who for many years presided over question upon which the people can be of .1 H. Ad- to reside. Horn, to tho wife Vi i f. the business interests of the . J. with blinded, is either willfully wrong or Hil'IIKllKAI). A 81XKI I Itn AMI A ams, of l.oiiKview, Ala., .Sept. HO, a fion, such fidelity and success. Danville Ad- - dangerously dull. It seeuiB to me dem- Jumes Urumliuld, one of 11 u ;rli 1. oc.ui. Mr. Smith, of the statutes commission, ocrats ought to be satisfied that a staunch county's oldest ettixens, died at1 is not entirely adeuuate to the demands vocate. Engagements with 35ovle Large stage, plenty of scenery, seats 500. . mTiiI vour husband hnve ndheieuce to the principles of their par- home of his only son, Mr. Obe llruin-- o tlie oct.a8jOIlf nL. ms not thu capaci- the Mrs. reter.1 solicited. eood attractions field, nwr Hrumllelil s Matioti, on last ty tQ do thl5 workj l)Ut hL. BL.L.In8 to l)e no a j tJne n V)W. York, Mrs. Bent- - tv "ous no rL'o,nire the abuso of those woum nao ,ouch at .irawinglus salary. Thoclerk'sl jt. who sliow an inclination to help us. I Thursday, llie tleceasen Mrs. Uentlev "Well, I don't re v? been V. years of aue the Mb inst. Frank auownuco is $io per day. The commis-lnll- y know; but 1 guess from what he has1 very ,uuch RKret tlu' defeat of 0ov Anna Joluibon, of . niul ii,..Bnn .,Ii.i .......,n...'... ... ..u w..u.- Vi, mull lllfUltl. u.,Siit.'ili- iilnnlinnt .... Campbell. Ho has been a brave and ,i.., a. w.m,..uw. ...... i wmof Mrs. o"1' ...v... n iawnriili..r in itn iin!.- i... ,i SHELTON HOUSE pltv. tiled in Atlanta Sunday of tv ntj8 ana fcmitli could not stenograph bucking tho tiger, he must a houost ollicinl. This and the splendid thin We will deliver ice each morning at follows: eiuvass he made entitled him to success. phoM fever, lie had about recovered worth a cent. That he is a shrewd citi-- , yood de.il of his timejat the menageiio. I1 too soon and D. A TWADDLE, Proprietor, While the election of Flower, Kussell Under 00 Founds IA cent3, over .en is evidenced bv the fact that he lur fiom the attack, but got up Xew York Sun. Atlvot-ate50 and under 100"l cent, over and Hoies ought to cause the utmost rehad ii relupae. ed a stenographer to do the work atjl'-'- o - Miles' Norve and Liver Pills 100 ?s of a cent. joicing among democrats, they should a mouth, and retains for himself the II r. Ait on n new principle refiuUtinK the Anew uot forget that with these things comes The new county of Carlisle has the nere snug salary of $1.'0 per mouth for doing stomach an J lw el thro'ish & CO., M. F. made remarkable progress. It has paid nothing. Mr. Smith ia a very poor clerk disco try. Dr Mile' l'ill speedily cure biliou, the obligatian to be true to the people, ncs baJl.ite, torpid Hr. pile, has uo floating accommodation at reasonable rites. Firt-c- l its bonded indebtedness, of our princifor men, omen, thildien "malleu. holiest iu the advocacy It) but a "devilish clever" manipulator. Opeaday and niRht. Sample room and jjoodlUery miMet. urt Fifty doe 5 cents Samples ples and decent iu nil things." debt and levies an ad valorem tax of JJ.tyr in connection 9m l'.iducah News. at A K l'enny' cents and a poll tax of 75 cents. hip-ragnt j ll , ( Wednesday morning between I nnd o'clock, the K. 0. pjeeu:rer ilepot wab discovered to be oil flie. The alarm wan Hounded, but More the engine arrived the entire buildup wan burning and nothing could be done except wne the Nothing toiild neighboring property. be gotten out and express packages, ticketa and telegraph instru-weThe safe meiita all netit up in Miioke. was opened Wednesday and what few papers ntul book thut were in it furc.l pretty well, but we-- e slightly scorched, Tho origin of the lire in n unMcry, ah the agent left the olilce early the night before anil everything uuh O K. The general imprewiioii in that the olllen had been broken open by burglars, who dropped a match among tiome paper. It ia not known yet when the railroad otliuiala will rebuild, but if they will only gie iia n puineiiger train a gooils-boilepot will be perfectly Mtlsfactory. Sam KvntiH luis gone to Florida to MM.ml tho winter, Mies Lettie llrown, 0f i.oxington, ia visiting hcrgrand-motlr, Mra. .lamea Uealuy. Will C. ntt, of Yern.iillei, was here n few days t,jH vseek. M. Itraun has returned from ,0uisllle and opened hia htoru in) the nrfllley room on Lexington btiect. Miaa )Vaie Marktbury has been quite sick (0r8(iVeral claya, but ia Improving. Capt. p. yy olda ia'ln Nicliolaavillu on . vm .Mrrs ,aa areepted a 11WS ,()ll nHH,iltinun for II. T Ixig.m A Co jr8 , Sweeney opened her atock of millinery in the Miller Hotel build- iu m.xt (loor () Mi.0 Master Co.u-.- 1 mjMjont,r k Ibirnsule baa recovered from lifi ri.i.,.llt nineaa sulliciently to ait ,ip Aj the wilea he had advertised to ake last county coutt day, had to be rt.udverti!eil for net court day. x h Wher-t.hurch buai-Thursd- " specimen of physical, manhood and seemed more likely to live out the allotted span of life than most any person we could name. Ho was of tine address and affable and engaging manners, and was a most lovable man iti every respect. In his adopted home r.t Dallas he had won friends by the hundreds and fortune had smiled most eucouiagingly on him in l estate and banking business. Mr. Ciano married Mia ClamJ.Helrn, daughter of Mrs. K. T. Rochester, of tliia place, and she with two little children survive linn, utterly prostrated over her terrible los. May the father of the fatherless and the Hod of consolation to the widow, heal the t broken hearts and unite the loved ones (again in n happy family above. Mrs. Uoches-te- r and Mrs. W. ii. Welch left yesterday to attend the funeral, which oicitrs Mm- nay at wauas. Since the above was written, a Lira-mi- o paper has been receivedJby Col. Welch, from which we gather that Mr. (iano reached Laramie on Saturday. Sunday he drove V0 miles iuto the couti-tr- y on business. The weather was very Keturmng Monday morning to cold. Laramie in nn open buggy, he died on the road. The doctor w ho examined the body said it was heait paroxysm, caused by the Intense cold. his-ren- Mr. 'auo was a splendid and Now Jersey. v 5s s : e '' WQ n u rc inmsa-.- . WVtT" The Ropubllcana Oarry Ohio and Pennsylvania and Make a Oroat Ado About It. .p e-j- 0. -- P-9- WJ s.sr-- : .- FARRIS & HARDIN, -- j Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hard ware Queens-- Glass- - and Tinware. SEE LIXTE OF , LAMPS. SALT -- posi-M- iacK. ( j The Old Reliable Jeweler in the Lead. i ,. 1 three-fourth- A. R. Periny Walclies - .tmL " , court-hous- , - te h r: "r rBwrt'tfirr,',or 'WTf2jZfoZS? 1 1 ... j ... 1 , I.4irat-clsBnw.nie.ii- li; ,. (,,,,,, 1141 . I .' .., 11 - I A 1 rv.-..- s l..I "' 1 I I ..... 1 si-b- u. . - - ,.,, busS X". .... 1 , ivfl j to-da- y ( I Li u Infants Children. . b0foro-Ciirii),ina- ; ,,,, '"' nfr 1 s,,,,.,, ent j . i..! . At-Miss- ?3 Walton's THE Opera House, Proprietors, WALTON j I j KIT.. ' ICE, ICE I ELKIN -- . Rowland, Kentucky. 1 constipation-Uncouple- d Cil 'i K -- . r Six noticed of intention to contest Nkws to Most Pkoi'le. A German authe right to seats in the new national thority says that almost a third of all huHouse of Iteprefccntutives have been for- manity t'lint h, 100,000,000-spc- ak the warded to the clerk of the House. Three Chinese language. Then tho Hindo lan Stanford, Ky , Novemhkk (J. of the contestants are republicans and guage is spoken by more than 100,000,- three democrats. 'SaXa) 000. in tho third place fitauds the Kn The MeKinley Taiill act having iu- - glish, spoken by almost 100,000,000. trouble, pain send me. In this world of F. . w. i.v.tnf. v.v.ovt. ...v. . and sorrow, it is n great thiug to have nr.vitainl tli.i fnrill'rnv nn fltilu itwiil 11 ' Fourth, the Kussian, with S!000,000, Is Receiving His sunshine in a portable and potable form, eentB per pound and 40 pur cent , to 10 while th German language is spoken by Tiik election news is good and grows so that one can laugh at clouds and cents per pound and 0 per cent., u firm 07,000,000 tongues and the Spanish by Letter. Flower carries New York by frosts and make climate to suit himself. of cloak makers has Minwn its love for about ls.000.000. Of the European fully 10,000 majority anil the legislature Thanking you again, 1 remain yours the working men and women by reducthe French is 0th in plare. Goods Warrant'' m a Perfect Fit Ginranteed. G ve mm a call. is democratic on joint ballot by a small triilv." ing wages 20 per cent. We nil admire the man who etui say margin. In Masachusetts Gov. Huswll Timothy Ilealy, the mitt Par noil "no' and, alH. we usually love the gul ngd la, oi Lebanon, Ind., leader, was publicly horsewhipped in who sys it. Youker" Statesman. Coi: N is ro elected by a plurality of 0,000, while Iowa clings to Gov. Boies by an increas- smoked a cigarette and laid down and Dublin by one McPerniott, a nephew o f Krki'i.no thk IIaiii YoiTHrn.. To ed vote. In each of thes" States the tar- died. If vfii smoking would affect the Into Mr. Pamell Tho whipping prevent the hair from lM'coming prema way, we ami about half the dude- in thut iff was made the paramount was the result of language attributed to the result is most encouraging to the might worry along with tho balance of Ilealy, in which the names of the sister turoly gray, take one ounce glycerine, 'one ouiui of bay rum and one pint of democrats. The Herculean ellnrt put tram. and the widow ot .Mr. I'lirnoll weie strong sue tea. Mix, and add a few forth by the republicans in Ohio to save used. Cmc Ki.AND and Uoie.s as the democrat8 FOR CHILI.S & FEVER, BILIOUSNESS drops of oil of benraiimt. 3 MeKinley was rewarded with success Ambrose Polsgrove shot mid fntally IS'.)'2 would sweep ic swndurd bearers in anil his plurality is perhaps 10.000. -- P.su Jerry Wilnfrld I'm Miiis Blanche Snow PRICE HEADACHE AMD ALL country, and that is mighty certain wounded his brother Campbell made a magnificent right the liamson, at Frankfort. James F. Wil- denriviu' vtiu oh vour neat, sar." Mr. to be the ticket. DiSOi DERS. against great odds and he deserved the CENTS liams, William Lurkin ami a man named Chesterfield Knight "No depravity, FOR SALE BY AIL DRUGGIST applauso of every democrat in the land. NEWSY NOTES. Snelling were struck and slightly wound- mis; no depravity." Judge. IPREPAREDBY RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R The legislature in Ohio is republican and MED.CO .ST.LWISMO. ed by stray bullets. Williamson, who Xot less than 1,000 people have snnaHBRaiBKKMHWsusxntjacsnar; ns it is to choose a successor to Sherman, "See, Tommy, what a pretty cull u starved to death province of Sa- married the sister of Polsgrove, it is al f that cuts a considerable figure. Penn- mara, Kussia. in the leged, had 'mistreated her and made hey have hi ought your poor little dead sylvania only voted for some minor State sister." "Yes, they always did bring sis threats against the brother. n t-- m n-3 The auditor has turned over officers and they were taken by the reThe resignation of every officer, man the prettiest things." to Superintendent Thompson to publicans by large majorities. These ager, clerk and employe of the American There Is a hotel keeper in Maine whoe five States are the only ones in which pay the teachers. has been established at Association, Limited, at Middlesboro, name is Gin. A' fact that national issues figured and the executing the head one Ingalls charges $1,000 a 'the democrats can ied three of the most Gose, Wayne county, and John C. (Jose stenographer and tho janitor of tho night tor his lecture services. important shows how the wind is set appointed There are 1,'JOO cases on the docket building, has been asked for and acith our sweeping victoJerry Simpson is said to be n good ting for IS!- -. of the circuit court of Knox county, -' cepted. This includes Alex A. Arthur, amateur pugilist, iihlo. when occasion ry of last year, Mipplemented by the general manager; K. K. Malcolm, his as- requires, to knock out an ordinary antaggrand achievement of Tuesday, it looks of which are murder cases. sistant; John It. Cary, cashier, ami oth- onist. Claims for the Omaha pine lauds like the democrats are sure of success ers. John J. Kagau, professor of matheyear. If they can hold what they just thrown open were filed at the rate next The Maverick National Bank, of Bos- matics hi the College of tho City of Now have, and they can by unremitting ef- of one a minute all the first day. yours of ago. The Standiford Hotel, in Iouisville, ton, was closed Monday by the bank ex- York, is only twenty-siBoys1 fort, the next president is sure to be a Shoes, Boots, which cost about $100,000, sold at auc- aminer and the president, A. P. Potter, He is the son of Captain Eagan, of tho democrat, and what better, houester and and several of the directors were held in tiredepattuient. more patriotic man can be found for the tion to M. .J. Doyle for SW.IOO. Seventeen miners wore killed aud bouds of 500,000 to floO.000 for oinbez Wliecler & Wilson Sewing M.uhinc Xo. tj. office than Grover Cleveland '.' two fatally injured in a falling cage at zling the funds. Potter is charged with l ncnt for Hrodlicul I;lour. getting 1,200,000 and the directors from Thk Memphis Commercial doesn't uic .inacoiuia mine, in .Montana. r. anvi ruu m cvrtii rvLi ,.:.,..., 'in...- i:..t.:ii. Whrn Baby was ykfc, wo rto htr Cftfttorf.v to,uto iicvr, imi- mi. inl mineo words about the IJricevillo mob. Mijjhost market price p.tiil for Kcitliers and Kurs. ine Court of Appeals has decided Liiw,wu It save: If it takes the whole power of that a woman can be made a femme sole ties of the bank are said to be sS.OOO.OOO, When she was a Chi! J, ho cried for Cnrterlii. ready cah on hand. Wht-- nho broamr Mlis, hi odinc to Ctari. wit h but the State every man and every dollar against the wishes of her husband. Wbcu she hail Chi! Jreu. khu i o thetu Cstorl. call out the one the governor should Ex Gov. Marks, of Tennessee, is FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. and expend the other in bringing the dead. Like so many of the leading men II. J M.kc MK'U perpetrators of the arson and attempted of the South aud West, he was Kuntucky II Jltl.i.INS Longfellow's colts head the list of murder at urieeville to justice, in or- born. this season's winners. der to secure more money than ho has at Six California bred trottus have Wheat threshing in North Dakota his command he may ,be compelled to been sold for a total of $lW.J,000. R. R. GKNTRY Tho has been stopped by a snow storm. call the legislature together again. Hut highest priced bought of Mrs. Sallie l C.mdidiK' lor Shrritt of Lincoln coiniy, b-John Pope oil's were Anteeo, that is a matter of n few days. In the Stamboul, S."0,000, and Sunol, Smith 01 acres of land on Logan's Creek ject to the action i tli. licmiK rlk prl. presence of such wholesale crime, a rep(htr Stock of- at y.'O. etition of which is threatened at other Thomas Flynn, of Milwaukee, a tanof winning Allerton heads the N. mines, the governor is hampered by lack ner, aged (10, while eating his supper, trotters this season, with 10,000 to his . owliilaie fur of funds. swallowed his false teeth and choked to credit. In' Ihv acliu of the There will be over $250,000 worth of IB.).' Is now almost omplete and we mil bcfable to show to the people of The miners released 100 tnoro convicts death. t iltofiiil III utiiltMi tit ruptil Joe Henderson, a brother of Jell', was lm r7itj t illlUI Jk til nit V riHlUiVi Ilk 1VIIV ' VI iiUI at Oliver Springs, Tenn., Monday night, Lincoln county as complete a stink, ue think, as has ever hern B21uc-Graand burned the stockatle. The convicts captured in Kansas aud brought to jail Haute. offered for their inspection in Ueazley Bro. sold to Adam CarpenThree murders are were furnished citizens' clothes and most at Harbourville. t amloflr-li.l- f One hunliel' Htl pounds, ter a bunch of hogs, average striding fordistant points. In charged to him. rr of tood land, in a lilgh Hair at tulilv linn of them are A Itr'f, iplenthri new bnrn. two (ood lMnt A. J. Drexel heads tho list of Phila- at 4 cents. the meantime Gov. Buchanan contents other oillhou,m. Will cll (.heap. So far 1,171 trotters and pacers have This land l.eo i'i miiet Irwm llualoiitillr, Ky himself with issuing proclamations of re- delphia rich men with '20 millions. The J. t STAOI.. city has 100 millionaires, whose total obtained records of Jc.'iO and better durward for the leaders of the mob and the S'- - .n. Stanfor.l. Kr holdings foot up $100,000,000. ing the season. convicts. The Louisville Post calls him V. 13. Bass, of Columbus, Mo , pur- A. T. Nunnellev sold in Cincinnati a blathering muddlehead and that seems chased a of select jacks, ranging a of mixed cattle at 1. 40 to :X ty strike centre. His entire treatment s of hogs at :.(" to II.OO of the trouble has been characterized by in prices from $o00 to $700. He shipped aud A. T. Nunnelley bought of Mrs. cowardice and blunders, which show his yesterday from Carlisle. Kentuckian. STANTOHD, KY The chief astronomical events of Mary Matheny 7 heifers at '2 cents and utter incapacity for the high office he P hogs at :i of Owsley Stephenson popular interest in November will bo the holds. meteoric display the 10th anil 12th days cents. Therk is every indication that the of the month, and the total eclipse of John Hughes ami William ttites, ol rcfiirnlihed. 3 I In Hold, Dow commissioners appointed to revise the tho moon on the Kith. aTen'H Somerset, captured A'.) of the Tennessee in my charge rcnnvuteil ami conduit it xit at tn IlalH, nd I intrmi to nn, mil, ni.int-.ifit. KirM r ...ifAtlitn ltit in a. ' statutes are going to make a botch of it. Owensboro people were duped to convitts anil took tliein to .Nasliville in to lit tone tin ol fucniU. Special accemnHMia-tio- n They haven't gone nt it like they know the extent of nearly $1,000 by two slick j a box car. for lommrrcul and flna roou) for And Gents' Furnishing Goods Wcjare still ole agents for the old anything more than how to draw their rascals who worked the enlarged picture One of the highest priced lots of cat Ihcdhploy of amplr. reliable waterproof lJlKLL HOOTS. salaries and make the expense account racket. They collected the money but tle at Chicago this season arrived Friday, A First-Clas- s Saloon as great as possible. They already have failed to send the pictures. averaging 1, fil pounds And MI. MAUD and I'OOI. ItOOMS attached. the two JUSKI'II COFFKY. a clerk and a stenographer and Dispatches from ttrar.ll are to the ef- and sold at (U. d I haveUO head of 1,'2 aud the revision taking a year. It fect that the new republic is the scene of wouldn't require a third of that time if another revolution. Its Congress, it is cattle, mostly steers, for sale. Will hey were paid by the job instead of $10 said, has been dissolved, and martiallaw sell on 12 months' ciedit, with note ITo-' a day. made payable to bank. Will have them has been declared at Hio Janeiro. ' I.ner Nt.i Wtifffer to the puhlic a . rayeiie county man snot an me here, county com t day, Nov. 0th. J. L. Me which wn ar running in connection mtS inr tLATK AI.FXAMKK'II01KI., Tiik republicans carried Ohio, hut it (iriKt'ry and Cunlectiunrr) Our letnn art- ery top of a negro thief's head oil", when he flatten. rramnjblc and our turnout are nl' new .nil m took a mint of money and a heap of N. P. & W. W. tiny delivered to W. lto.l Oiape J W. CAKKII.KA lKIKK found him and two others in his hen-- ! chin music to do it. All the cWks at Howland, Ky 7 nn JtKiVOVAl'BI) AND IMI'HOVBD. B. Kidd last week !). cattle, that averag noiise. The negro tired at him llrst and Washington were assessed :! per cent, of coroner's jury exonerated the farm-- , ed 1,1111 pounds, at 3J. Now corn wel the their salaries to help MeKinley out and er. $2.50 matured is being delivered in the city at up the protected industries planked Cor. jetrcrson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Cowrt-HousThe Kentucky Association at Lex-- ?--' ht b.irrel. Winchester .Sun. money by the thousands. It was n life , Cattle are a little higher in Cincin-figh- t iugton assigned for jtKI.OOO, after a long! and death struggle both for MeKinley Quick Rising Buck Whe&t from which shippers bring o, against financial difficulties'. An nati. W. R. LOGAN, and his partv. Oats, entire leorgaiiizatinn will take place and llgure prices run down to J; the top of Flour, Maple Syrup, Rolled MacA. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. MarshallClerks. Cracked Wheat, Imported moder-ingtoof Chica- there will still be running races at Lex- - the hog market in cents, with Caiitui: IIahuisox, at" activity; sheep are dragging at '2 to aroni, Cream Cheeso, Strawbergo, having made a failure in politics and ry, Pine Apple, Quince and RaspJudge Jackson, of the V. S district l iib. other aliuirs, is like a great many other A; Perkiii", berry Preserves in bulk, Lcmcn The dairy herd of Scott people. He thinks if there is one thing court at Louisville, bos allirmed a judg-- ' and Currant Jelly in bulk, Peach that he knows it is how to run a news- ment for 510,000 against Col. Sam .M- e- "far Lexington, M in number, averaged and Apple Butter, Pickles, plain, paper, so he has bought hint one, the Kee, for money ho failed to account for S'W. some selling as high as $100; young sweet and mixed in bulk, Pickled The above is .1 cut of Dicks I'at Chicago Times. If he doesn't run it in when he was pension agent for Ken-- 1 calves 2' to S40. Mules brought Onions, Pickled Olives, Celery corn per barrel in the Held $L!0; hay ?l Dressing1, Mustard Dressing, Graent Feed Cutter, the best cutter will be do- tucky in the ground in six months he i'ne Hon. John I!unmin..of Warren int!k. estimated at 11 tons each.- ing well. for all purposes on the market. ted Horse Radish, New Prunes. county, died sudiiunly at Bowling Ureeii Paiiis. A bout :;oo head of cattle on FiffS( Raisins, California Apricots Call and examine. I also have Tin: Lexington Piess charges that the Wednesday. when the piovisionul the market and generally .sold. Feeders and Peaches. Cranberries. Stan the Transcript sold out to IUvjdson forOO. Confederate (Government was formed at of good weight sold from :', to I'M, dard Canned Fruits and Tho Transcript does not resent the .Mr. Burnnni uas yearlings 5I0 to $S per head; calves $10. bles of all kinds, Corned Beef, in 1801, charge and hurl defiance nt its accuser, made State Treasurer. ItoSH. Nothing doing in mules. J. K. Deviled Ham, Chicken, Turkey, but calmly admits that it took money Mm. John Hanley, of Tecuinseh, Clay bought (17 steers 1,000 to , 0 &C, Fancy and Plain Candies, from the candidates to print good tilings Mich., who was 011 her way to visit her pounds at : to ;;."L Kentuckian. And the Cakes, Nuts, California Green about them in the same way it would parents at Wichmond. Va.. was carried in, I'.do Alto lowered his record at Fruits, Bananas, all in great Va- from merchants. ety, Fresh and Nice, nothing a cot from the railroad train to a hotel Stockton, Cal., Tuesday, to 2:0111, within ,. .. went ,10 V111 f tlin Xrni-i- r "Dnof . r.. ...... ill :.. .iiajBviin-- , wuero sue soon alter gave lot a second 01 .11er10ne. ue in oi.. W. O. UitAi)i.KY, who was here birth to a healthylboy. the ijuarter post in :'.V2, to the half in C.'.r of Kanawha Salt just received. yesterday, didn't see anything in the A proposition from the Kentucky 1:01: three quarters in 1:"(J, when he 69 Opposite Portman House. election to discourage tho republicans, ssociation of Running Horses, at Lex went oil hia feet, but caught quickly who he thinks are in much better posi- ington, to sell to the Kentucky Trotting and came down the stretch at his best tion than a year ago. He is for HarrisHorse lireeders' Association its entire speed ut on and MeKinley in lwii' and feels grounds forS'.iO.OOO, or a lmlf interest for! J. I. Kmbry, of .Madison, bought of that it is a winning combination. StS.OOO, has been declined. catW. L. Keid, Friday, 40 ? Wilmington, Del., has the Mb won- tle at :) cents. I). C. Terhune bought Xkw Yoiik, .Massachusetts, I'enusylva-nia- , Iowa and Ohio nave Harrison a total der of the world and it is a woman. She of James Hackley, of Lincoln, I" suck4i FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL MODEL GROCERY" plurality of 17o,01. Tuesday all this is the servant of .Mrs. Sarah Weir, with ling mules, fall raised by .Mr. Hackley, at 11 Ce- except in Ohioand Penn- whom she lus lived A'.i years, during $1 was wiped out, John Uaughnian sold to W. sylvania, where it is largely reduced in which time she has never had n full day ' cil a hunch of fat hogs, about 27o pounds average, at : cents. Advocate the former and cut in two in the lat- oil or slept out of tut) house. Hie streets surrounding the cityand Juduo Uarr. in tho Inited States ter. ' OF ALL KINDS. county jails and eourt-houat Topeka, court nt Covington, decided that John SM M.I. FHIMT-Atl'AHAOl'.l, OltAI'K . . .. .1 PnoKiTTiNtt by Kentucky's experience k'lIU .....- - llll.wl ...!tl. iiu uijgry IllOl) .. nsio iiunit null inks, iiiul cvtryililtii,' utiiully found in lsrannin, part owner 01 me race norso Cheese, calling a con- Wednesday night, which was Nticli an fntiiltlliiliiiifiit. A full Mock. Pennsylvania ypted against hunting Polk Badget, must bo restored to all the I'rlei-Low. 'i pay no ujjeutfc. by a large majori- for frank .McLain, nrrested for killing stitutional convention Descriptive cutalotjups on appllcntlon. rights and privileges of the Latonia and ty. It is usually better in such mutters his son. The prisoner, other race courses, claiming that the cirH. HILLENMEYER, to bear the ills we have than lly to oth- however, had been removed to a place cumstances did not warrant the Latonia Lamps, Glass- - cn:l Qucensware, Tin- - an J kWoodemvarc, Fruit Jars, LEXINGTON, KY. of Bafety. we know not of. ers that Jelly Glasses, &c. ollicials in taking their recent action. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal the way Hob Ingersoll acknowledged the gift of a quart of Kentucky whisky from a friend: "Accept my thanks for the package of happiness, 1801 of good n iture, of mental serenity and exaltation that you were kiud enough to This Is I W. WALTON. . t Ian-guag- es Fall and Winter Goods 1 1 rk-i- TAYLORSl I iue - ' i j in-la- MALARIAL I Jo'JI,-o:)0.2- -- fT TOrn t 'TT it post-ollic- e book-keep- er, post-maste- r. FULL ST06K GENERAL MERCHANDISE Staple Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Ladies' Jackets: Clothing, Caps, Jlardware and Quoeiiswaro. -- x Mon's ami Jfate and . i i t-- W. E. PERKINS, Crab! Orchard. i I jOO,-00- 0; NTETT GOODS. lit J. j SL,,!FALLAND WINTER ! GOODS. ss Farm for Sale crmt)-.isN- U- -'i Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, and Hoys' car-loa- d car-loa- d 1 car-load- PORTMAN HOUSE, jMen's JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. . and Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, Neckwear, 1.1 tnt-le- r car-load- s talk-abo- 3T-- il M.'ROBERTSf&rHIGGIHTS. :!- -y ear-ol- Livory Stable. lirkt-ilas i ' . - THE WILLABD, - TIIOROUOHLY 1 tVerytning bOOdtOtat. Rates Per Ilnv. e i.uuivji.ij-;- ky. Bt-- st ' 1 Manaeor. ex-ma- 1 Dieks Patent Feed Cutter Jl-'"', " lfc(5'.i-7- 0. Vegeta-KussHllvill- e, ' Stiidebaker Wagon 1 1 1 ....... . OXiIVEE FXiO", with Genuine Extras J". JESSE I. WEAKEN, B, FOSTER con-llde- Nurseries n BLUECRASS Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, TREES F. For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and e Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Bice, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; - I AL 1., - v'll. 'L T,1" V $ "Semi-Week- ly V An exchange says that tho late Kid. John A. (iflno made 10,000 conversions Tv 5tajfoiu), Ivy., Novr.Miti:K 0, 18fll TiiKhoiiseofJ. W. Hooker, nt Huston- - during his fcervice in the ministry. 5 The colored Iliptists are having tho ville, caught lire from tho fluu Tuesday, weeli. yow was saved by heroic eflorts. Sain An- cupola built to their church, which was' B.O.WAI.TON, uuh. ManoReri but derson, a negro of tho Baino town, iot Minted beveral years ago and stopped on his caltinnniihisalltho same day by tire. account of a lack of funds. . MEANS BUSINESS. Tho charges of heresy against I'rof. Tiik Hrowi Lidit Infantry will give a Hriggs, of Un'on Theological Seminnry, vt.nwisit benutiliilly anil nrtiHtirally ' grand reception and ball to Uov. Iliown were dismissed by the I'resbytory of one nt A, H. I'enny'H. is now ready. I'lenso at the I'liicnix Hotel, I.exitiL'toti, Friday New York by a lame majority. ot ic II. reiiny. nml Mettle. Hv. Niglitinsule, colored, was lined evening, Nov. IStli, for an invitntion to Ham: your watch, dork nml jewelry Capt. James lH) ami sentenced to iJO dnyq in the repaired nt A. I!. IViiny'n. All work which we are indebted to Memphis for assault and 0. Urynnt. warranted. We wceh '. iki.MkMiir.it that nil jiilvorwnre. v.utehn8, battery committal in the church. Tiikiii: were ;I0 convicts on yiterday's rimrn, A:c., Ixiiitfht nt A. It. Tonny'H will ltev. W. K. Arnold rejwrU the Suntrain, capturwl at Mt. eriion. They day School Confurtmre at Moreland well j. 't engraved free of ehiirue. were locked togKher with trace chnins attended And highly enjoyable. The PERSONAL POINTS. nrmind their necks and were tok- sluicing was nu o?peclitl feature as there Mh. Mx Mankh went to lAititvillv en to Naehvillu .for the. reward of zM warn u iiutubtfr of good vocalists presohcIi. yeawdny. ent. Uim.k W. II. 1'r.TriH, of SmTM't, 1h 'Hit meeting conducted by IJev. J Mim. Uhohlk I.rk I'kxny aro Mil ani attending court here. IT-A-IRIK. Harrison of Virginia, at the Mays-villrejoicing over their it Mh. Tim V. Hiih.inh, of Louisville, 1h IStiptist church, closwl with 10 adwas half a day old the proud fattier reruHtitiK hid relntlvuH hunt. goods Lamarked that It wan the Imstbaby he ever ditions. A debt of 'PU.OOO was also rais Mhh. Ciii.uk Woi,k, of Htistonvllle, ed, that has been hangini: over the Ion o saw; didn't cry a Nt. It is a girl. All wn the gut'oi of .Mrs. Iv. I. Owsley. of old man Funny's goods boots are church since it was completed. of before. Miw. T. J. Fostbk nml Mra. J. II. Ilishop MeClosky lias ordered praygirls. Wednesday. wont to Louisville er for rniu oilcred in all the churches in To A YA Y: who Mits. A. (i. Kar'.si Iihh Imiuii oh n floods Arrmt n couple of ilays of cloudiness the Louisville diocese. It was a GeorTihlt to rulutivcH in Marion nml Mer- it rained a few drops Wednesday night, gia Hardshell who said: "Hrethren, I'm one to cer. but it faired oil yesterday and nt this a gwine to pray for rain, but it is my Come book we keep of .Mimuh MEi.ietA Adams nml MWy IIIH writing it looks like it will never rniu private opinion that thar'Il he none till LouisVnnoy aro vMtinu friends In again. The scarcity of wa'er is becomtho wind changes." Louisville Times. ville. ing distressing. Tho cry goes up from ltev. C. A. Taylor. I). I)., education-n- l -ZtsTID EQ-C3--S e HKroitTrt from Mr. J. M. W ray's all mrtflof this section. agent for the Florida A. M. K. churchInduces the for that tho end Is not es, has come to the conclusion, "after a , A. I. Ktyi, the far oil'. most painstaking investigation of science, .MlCrtJMAl.lfKANIiSAM.il: Wkk.iit, of teacher of elocution nml physical cul- philosophy and theology, that Hell is loHuitonville, tiro giiL'hU of .Mr. 1'. W. ture, will be here noxt week to get up n cated in the centre of the eaith, at a disclass. Mrs. Itoiil hns the highost tireen. tance of ''! miles from the surface." from Klders II. T. Wilson, J. S. Vai.i.kii, who Ih engaged Mh. J. T. Klder J. W. Harding, of Winches-tor- , A. VIUSANSKY, now on tho innin line, in nt homo sick ShnitKii and others ami tlioe who has accepted the call from the Flat Main Street, Stanford, Ky, 31ANES AJ her will do soon an absolute guar- Woods cliurili. this county, for the 1'titli thm week. orluVally ill antee of her ability to do anything she year of his ministry at that place. He Mn. UiirnnN Vii.i.iamhI of lin x. He hns hfon In bail honlth for claims. joined tiiu church soon after the doc. a lom; Unit. of A'exandor Campbell spioad Tiik Chicago Drmnntic ami Sporting trines AND 1m Mattiu Vaxukvhkk returned over thU country, half a century ago, Journal speaks in hich jirsiKj of the Tntfely from n delightful month'n stny Mctiinty's Troubles Co., which appears and has been preaching nwirly over !n Iwibvilltt. nt Walton's Operu House, on the 17th. since. Richmond Climax. Mnb. M. L St. Clank left yentnnluy Upright and Horizontal. Hight years ago tho State Uoard The perfonnancu is n most laughable for Ooltiinhiif, (in., tontteml tho ItiHihJUu sunt Gon. (ireen Clay Smith to Wiland Portable. All Stationary, one nml the Dublin Town liand is n ttf hitr ill f4tjr. liamsburg as u missionary. After a power. sizes up to grwnt feature. Th eoitipnuy in not K. I Dudmniiaii, wlio Iwh his of sermons and visits ho organized in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Uneqtialcd likely to get stranded soon ns each In Louisville, is vMUnglilrt Durability. insniber Wears a fJO gild piofc ns a a HiiptiM church of seven members, with a& nt Uon'iuml. no lioiire of worship. Now they have Write for Ytvv Illustrated I'ami- it apiI your wants to charm. MrwsrM. A.T. Ninnbu.Ki, 0. 0. ;JtX) members, a handsome brick church & ium! 1C C. Walton HUunded tho Tin: Kill of W. 1". .Ninndtsni hns been on a flue lot, nu elegant parsonage near si'KiN'GUnn, ohio Nlciolnsville srw oK crr rehiewl to f2,t)i)0. but hu has not given by nml across tiie railroad a few squares Tn ec.x-- of J. Mori I'.othwell in the it yet, though his friends claim he can a ;lfi,000 brick college, with n Sfttuidcrg miie was highly eniiipllniuiitml oasily do so. One of the jury who tried "Cnpita! punicliment, ' as the hoy said t endowment, thus making by thrne who heard it. tUe csue, tells us that on the first ballot Williamsburg an educational and relig when the school mistress seated him Miw. Axxiu Jamim him! ehlldreu left six wro for acquittal, one for the high ious centre. with tin' cirls. , Wfilnewlny for h viiit to hur est penalty for murder, three for 10 Dr. II. H. Tyler, chairman of the nt Colloyville, Kan. years, one for four ami one for two committee appointed nt tho last InterNEW AWKRIISKMENT'. AJSTD Mk. J. K. Smith, of Lexington, for- yeara, but all of the six for conviction national Chiistiau Missionary meeting, merly of this county, writes that he will agreed to two yenrs provided the six fur held In Dos Moines, la., to devise plans DvMruM frm of ici Mil foi Knglnud in a few days. acquittal would unite on that punish- for the un ideation of all the churches in FOR KENT. acres on Crl rcliard (torn bunford. Mre. Will ment. Mit. am Miw. H. C llnii.iiT, the United states, savs: "There is a tHkr. i milet w ii. mii.m:k. l'ricennd Untliaui Price, of Danville, spirit abroad which is full of encouragefollowing: A Wk nre in teceipt of the were guest at Mr. .1. K. FurriV. ment for the scheme I firmly believe Mas. A. M. FiiYBunil Mins Nnniue pound party was given by Misses Uelle that we will accomplish our object. in Brown, of tho West Knd, have been and Mollie Morshou Tuesday evening There are four distinct bases on which and was enjoyed by a dozen or more here much of the week in a law suit. Tearling trotter, on.' filly such a unification is possible, namely: To standard-breof Pnrklnml, couples of young friends The young la- Submission, confederation, consolidation colt, lull sister to Sallic Vagun, ii, by Dans tile Mit. V. A. Kk UAitnsoN, WilLes. A yearling colt by I'ence, daiii by Ab in entertaining by J. dam the d.nn of Marvel, una on Tuesday's train bound for Wil- dies were assisted In thy first base, sub- dallah Messtner;nd partnership. W. Mcrshon ami Miss Mollie Hales ami and restoration. i 8 Sold to dismlse liamsburg, where he wen, to attend is the principal tenet of the OWSLKV .V Xl'NNKI.LlA . j,, 4t an elegant lunch was served at '.I o'clock. mission court. Catholic creed. All denominations can The guests departed at PJ o'clock. All Mil A. It. I'knny went to Chicago who attended tho party will never re- unite on this point. The Episcopalians Wednesday on business connected with believe in consolidation for all general gret it. nnd Tins twtico forearn hunter, the watch inspection department of the work, and they will fall in line on that others not totrojiass on our lauds fishermen per- And without to do .ill kinds JKWKLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r it A N. be prosecuted to the It was reported here yesterday that principle. Confederation is one of the mission, as all siivhsvillSiened: law. estentcif the of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Mn. 11. S. Witiikim went down to J. S. McWilliams, who is postmaster at tenets of Fresbyterianisin. Restoration C. M.SI'OOVAMOORE, I. K. I'.RUCi:. Danville Wednesday to attend n meet-In- 0. K.and ran a binall store there, had is our creed, tho Christian. We believe " THOMAS C. I1AI.I-Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, of thocoinintMioiiers of the I), and skipped out. It appears that ho had in going back to the primitive form of STKi:i.KllAII.KV day and night. A.M. I'KUAXD. D. Institute nml ns usual took a treat to been talking in n fccnmlnloun manner christian worship." 11. V. CAIXKS. the little fellows. about some ladies in his neighborhood MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. and their friends went to him ami told CITY AND VICINITY. him that he either bad to straighten the Judge 'A. (lihbons and Miss Lillian A uoou piano for salo cheap, Apply matter up, take a whipping or leave tho Anderson weie married at Ix)iilavill country. He accepted tho latter horn Nov. :!d, and will be at homo in Lexingr.t this otlice. Headquarters 'or I.luioln Circuit Court Chester Coney, II iti.Sc , I'MwtilK vi Vour money is hero of the dilemma ami has gone where tho ton aftei Dec. I'lth. TgAiiiKiis. im.M To A,. , l)tffiidant. Sale id Kiuity Hu is said to be Miss Mary (iiovanuoli, of Danville, W. woodbine twineth. ready for you on Saturday, Nov. considerably in debt nml given to the and Mr. Leonard Tingle, of Lexington, a ludgment rendered mtheal-osIJV irtiie of F. McClary. habit of obtaining moiiev on checks will be married at the Danville .Metho- stylcl c at the Ok lolier term, iboi.nf said kouil, 'kill s drawn on n Simeihet hank, which mo dist church, Nov. 11, at :! o'clock. Fon I'knt A new ootwgc on and ball. C C. usually relumed endorsed "no funds" (Jen. K. Itiml tirubb, S. minister Nov. 9H1, 1S91, ley avenue, This oil'u u tu testify to this an ho got to .Spain, wa married at South KensingWithers. iftgi, it for a small amount. ton, Scotland, to Mists Violet Sopwith, a Itemit tlie itt dny l tht- November the csssirt of tin l.iiiceln rnunt) coutl, sell lefov Stk.wbijoksstoulv. A rod yearlintr rich Scotch woman. The wodtliug was holies Iikht in Suufucd, Kv , at o'rloek p. . or heifer, with one 1mm oil. Ubend Tiik circuit court has Imii engng4i in a very swell all'.iir. ther .l.mit, t pubiik aiiktion to the lilhest bid, der tlie follosviim dsinbed properly, for her return. Henry Itknkrii-fchip- trying civil cases since last report. Thoml.nikoln Tr. t of I. ami, situated in lu thf couMy,f I'rince mcar. of Sweden, who mart thus. IWinning mint and boun-leI'renchersvilhv as Haines, engineer, who proved that hu ried Miss Klla Munich, some two years the Mmtord and llustouvllle turnpts.. opiwatic said ptke ; thnce with where a nas permanently injured iuawrwkmore aao, leads a very sei cue existence with or ....... Ui.Une intersests hW it. ule. th me Js. TiiitlJutHm Co'swul nnnounresthut iiowlnmle! than a year ago, was given a verdict of the woman of his choice, whom to wed Wsrut 41 pafsomrerrt via that ro.itanr ui. West toBolea. thence North links, $;t,i(X) ngaiiist tho I. & N. nu a suit for he gave up all rights to the throne. m links, thence $5', West 11 p.Jfe tt West... IidLk. in tho rninn Deot at Atlanta, in the tl0,0C0 dainagth. The road will .. ....I.. thcHkf appeal. iait.. w It is the confession of a Burlington, ixllts liiikt"aslone. leasing tue(irveti's coriu-r- , 4 My this arrangement I.ilioriy oentru of tho city. In tho cae of Win. Welsh vs. John S. Iowa, w i. lower, who hasbeenthiiceinar-lied- , then, c his line. X. U W 5 l"t P""l ' all transfer of passenger- - to connecting Hughes 13 feet N.uth ofdiHible linn thai and Dr. .1. V. Peyton for $10,000 that the first wife cures n man of stands .n right haul, "f branch, tlieiKe N ;o'.. liuus is avoided. Hle to a branch at n water cap. .iriitr t contract price for water privileges and romance, the second teaches him huS. j n Jimw and others, llieiKe line ol Cecil then, e l'.argain laud for the Stanford water works and a tio to .1. M. Martin's ;Cash mility ami the third makes him a phi- iMles 16 links to S. atone. Ins icriicr, ovv, K 7" Dcalcrln hi line '"c ' ""' Store and get id pounds of granulated damages, a compromise was ell'ected. losopher. er to Keancdj, theme his line N KjjS K 4, poles 14" pole. l a links, tlitnco with same S. l , Arhuckle'H eoll'eo 'JJJ cents, The defendants pay M r. Welsh $'200 and sugar for $1, cntre of said pike, thence with mud pike to lite CLOCKS MO WATCHES, 0 Biigar H pounds, good green colfeo IT J the contract is rucimlcd, hoth parties The Lincoln County Teachers' Associa-tlo- beitiliiiiiiK'. and containing cents, brown cotton cents a ard. .1. paying their own costs. The contest over the laiucuMcr police judgship beM. Martin, Mnywood. Will meet at llright's School-hom- e 102 Acres 2 Roods 7 Polos tween Walton Kason and.I.C. Hemphill Saturday, Nov. 1'lst, nt (WO v. m. HaKepairing neatly and prompthitch was by agreement changed buck to Lost. A white ami Of I and. heme the same land somcyed to Mary llssay Miss Llua Smith. ly done. (.'. Hull by I'enco. except a mull iwrtioii of same of medium sie. She has a too nail on The suit of d. U. Wine agiinst .1. Physical Culture Mrs. J. V. Gover. told and consejed by said Unit tu Jenkins and ono front foot and one hind one that S. Owsley, Sr., for the price of u inonu- Why Should the Teacher be a Student lies wliollv on the north side of the Stanford and llustonsifte turnpike. lookH as if it had been mashed oil'. Find- inent was coinpromised by Mr. Owsley J. W. Smith. (Stanford, Ky.) Siud land has a ioid, . onilortalde cottage house I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. us paying ?:tll)aml Wine retaining tho mon- of Psychology er please return to this olllce or to and other impioientcnlft tlierenn and Is larmlnj; and Is about 2 miles Tho Teachers Work W. K. Cress. land. It is a desirable farm and receive n liberal reward. A. H. ument. Alex Traylorand John Traylor from Hustons ille 011 the Mauturd piki Lssay Miss Alice Stuart. J X.MENKFEK C.SIX E Said Mle villi bo nmde on it credit nttaiulw A. MeAlNter. Hundley or Robert also compromised their case and it was All teachers and friends of education months, purchaser re.iiirel to execute bond with stricken from tho docket. .Mrs. Matilda aro earnestly requested to be present approiiil .1personal security, hnsinc the force and Dr. W. M. Doores ellect of judgment, retaining alien upon the Ciiaii QnuiAitD. Ciooch was denied u divorce from her and take part in the purchase money is all The land until per of theinterest Irmu date untilP.nd and paid a little child of John Mc- cent tells us that W. 1). (iooch, and it is proba- meetings are growing in interest. Tho hearinc t husband, (1. M. DAVISON. .M. C I. C. C 68 died suddenly yesterday morning ble the suit of Mrs. llettio Dawson vs. The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Cluro convulsions, after being sick less than It. l Dawsot: will be withdrawn. John people are beginning to realize the imI An excellent rarm in 17 or RKX portance of popular education. Come CAD CAILl Hi "'"fly improved. 105 acres, on LUMBER, SASH, rUrV O A two hours. Mr. A. J. Sigler is in the Uigginbotham vs. the L. & X., for pike. 3 miles Irom depot. Mil LKK & Owsi ks. teachers and assist in the noble work. consumption nml may bo DOORS, last Htages of T damages for being knocked down by Joiix A. Ciiacckll, president. W. I'. SHINGLES, dead before these lines are read. SIDING, 'while he was in tho ono of its engines McCi.au , Ch'n Com. MTHEWS. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. employ of the road, at Uowland, breakW. 1.. Dawson killed an eagle Kaui.k. Out in the wild and wooly West a PURCHASING AGENT, yesterday which measures SI inches ing his leg and otherwise injuring him, l'ml ()f taU to has occupied the coii't for the last two Catholic priest has increased his pi ice of : : : from tip to til ml from Illinois. We carry a full stock of everything found in a W. Alcorn represented the masses. Ten dollars will bo charged for Chicago,- -: hill :l(i inches. Its talons measure S days. J. 57 Plymouth Place or i$t Wenlssorth Ave. - Cr-AS- S Kob-er- t the high nnd :." for the low. For some Judge K. J. Ureckinridge, inches across and its longest claw L'j road and & Owsley the de- reason, however, the reverend sir fails Remit bv Harding and Miller Commission 5 per cent ynrds Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract inchea. Ho was killed at or liy on Jack nnd tho Order, Postal Note, New lorork Kxchange an unci tiarjfains tu Kxuress. tjnportunitits No. 'M cartridge out of n fendant ami they were speaking in tho to make quotations with a ahort SINK & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. or building. 63.3m ui good unsurpassed. game. Owenaboro Inquirer. case all Inst afternoon. MHIb'kuil InteriorJouknal SriT. W. F. draft for tlio teacher. fj.-Ul.J- hns receivctl n ami Is ready to pay CHURCH AFFAIRS. yon need the goods or not: For this Big aiiCQQS, The Louisville Store will continue the 3 Read the following prices and they will ;, ahe buy if i ' .. Mens' Jeaus Pants, 60 cts. Mens' Jeans Coats, $1.20. Mens' all wool jeans pants,90c. Mens' suits $2.50. Mens cassimere pants SI. Mens' shirts 20c. Boys' cassimere pants 60c. Boys' suits $2.25. will also sell for this work-hong- o m ln-i- nr Indigo, dunpsos mm a m ouer am e first-bor- lit-for- OFLYplain colors, CIEILSrTS IPIEIR, FIVE stripes an d plaids All dress grand-childr- en Me-Allxt- ur in at reduced prices. dies' cloaks, reefers with fur, .islrachan trimmings, and plush cloaks at prices never heard, All other as clothing, shoes trunks, oilcloths, carpets, etc., at your own prices. buns $20's worth of eachcustomer from us buy all these goods at Fine Iioching Chair It is not necessary the same time. in and get your account will and purchases. your Bought at the highest market vrice. bed-rid- FEATHERS M-- well-know- n testi-monin- is THE t LOUISVILLE pat-roni- GABRIEL, Managers. STORE Proprietor. . STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable 2G-horse i se-ri- litmd-lnrt- hir-on- to - . Cur-Hi- u Trt. TUE JAMES LEFFEL C., MsrSfc invet-tuien- fullmr-iii-law- W. B. 3cr!OBERTS, tf JEW3Sr.EH, DRUGGIST Complete Line of School Books, School Supplies, Fine Trotters For Sale. Newest Styles Fancy Stationery and Tablets. The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Ready Mixed Paints and NeuVs Carriage Pa,i?its; Largest and Handsomest Line of Sild POSTED. verware, Watches, Clocks 1 lull-e- t; . Commissioners's Sale. 1 B.K.&W.H.WEAREN Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Stoveware, Stovepipe. PvOET. F22TZEL, JEW?, k Stoves, . 1 Whit-room- I. Monday, - Ir, 1 to-i- : ! v . XMWN ?" ion-tiau- n livoi-colore- tl liar-ran- i. All Worlt Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. Prof. -- Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, $10,-0()- () MS. FRMK WOVEN WIRE A1TD SLAT FENCE. Post-Ofli- FXRST laXJMBEH TTAHD. 2 '00 A ff Jty-Ol Urn Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa: II YKAH.iy AJJ'ANOK not so paid Published Every Tuoedity and Fr dty U AM. t oVhen $3.00 v'll e charged.-- 1 Bucklen's Arnica Salve All tTnl.iresseit rreillcittiinnt. The feed ls e in the workl for cut, hrtuie tetter, salt rheum, fever A Tole sent hi son Ieiiao on .1 visit to teiet, ukcrs,chilblains, corns sores,all skis chapand crHp ped le his bride elect. The young lady's father tlonshands,posftvely cure pile, nr na payteciuir. W cftVr f fin .rf "I and Acr wy I'arm 01 I with milr. wmiiIi at C ti ti ir.0 Rur.i. r'rt t tpve had a rather shady reputation and be- cJ It 11 guaranteed tn Price perfect titlitecitot , ituale.l to fll privately 01 , m " nlie inrin or Ilhix ind 'mmi 4 , per boa. , ,wlln k and 15 cent .. -fore the son's departure the Polo ad- - or mones,by refunded w.nn - in 11 ilier I. no 11 naru anu iniyoi sj L.inviirr dikc. - n i.. A R. Pentiv. Stanford. Ky. Far tale Apply t Miy wie ihin to puriht I all n ir jtuioi lis it C raw liiharri, sv dressed him as follows: J. HRlttHT. fni Tho First Stp If the father of the bride 1ms onlv I Good Farm For f.,-.- 3alo. $1,000 Cash. (nlIl .imi', ii I BEAUTIFUL DUTCH K. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. BELTS. The Dutch Belted cuttle are attracting Vhcrover they some freneral interest. L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. have been bred they are very popular. It i pas Mail train going North Mis Minnie Louise KotTmau, a talented Inc." " " scuta I4f" " South iijam young liewnimper woman of New York, Hie Express train " North.... jfant who liH8 iiimle herself well acquainted t, yi t.tn Local Freight. Norlh supra with both the Dutch Belted cattl ami Soi.th. The Utter trains also carry passenger. the stuns up the difference beAn .tatularil time. Solar ft,. ..V...... I. tween the two breeds us thoy have Iwen time is about 90 minute fatter found to exist in the course of several years observation on a breeding farm in which she i.s interested. Miss Hoffman writes concerning the Holstein and Dutch Belt: "On the snmo in nmount of food the Dutch Belt will give early more milk. The richer milk though i.s 1 tt jttop. m. Train itarw Rowland t 7:00 a. in., returning Tvo lllii(nitlini "CTIicf lliilliintl Cuttle if lllatltiRiiislieil Llite-ust'- . committed n plight offenw you ...tot k for flO.Wl mark.--, but if IK? stands clwir-u4lli n uiniiiia nnm i mi mm) .3..........1 hwiiihiw wl , Yo what u .L, ..l. hird the witrttin. y su are taking the u need Brtsttralton. ...n . 100.IW0." K l.Vtnc'rt.tt.r. v.uw.linn.' the exact ayetem lo it ITuJ SOU StHlttnl 011 Ills jOliniSV, ami in remedy for re.iorinif rmir prmtnt retail telegram: 11 few days ViJl-i- V, nnd Alterative. emiiB this N'"" return. xjocni 'Father hHtlSed, ItOW mnch nOW? our PDetitc nt roaurne aeaitnv actissa. tiJni'.i llahrisclvr LnndlHrte. !Trv htll Puce jo eeau at A R Pennj't drug store. ' ." Z?cZtZ"t" wwi.ier u, tion. .ml yo ..,. r'X, 1 7:io'? rt '''" iii(t. In FOR SAIiB Containing rsas easy. io iMm Lot on Main Strcot in Stanford T K. FOK; CASH OITiT. Htvlnf purthased ihe mt.mt partner. Mr. W. K M. I'm 1 ul mi I then aires. WAL ION, Stanford. s. ' f' ris H a aad vicinity. .u-?.- .... Jelr. ." Trxiln Ht IMiiuitrr' 1 Utiinnr. .1 Ilol-tei- us rtli-xlnt.- MM Kst-iv;E.W , S a U&ht A Little Girl's lfctperijnct Huuso. ' Mr an,' Mr I.oren Treseolt are kpers ot the ' U rv t Sand Hraih. MUli . (hs Mess'd itha dauKhier 4 yet t.W Ut April h a is For Sals In 4 I firm of Ullloll A MrPhrion .t.rie.i i'l whs i to da, and thmV I an easily r-- .r ll h'-- r d liMtrhrlnl lu hetn ms i L.ti.insri whUhthe I hnr"ftS palronecontinue I will If ..f the jk m'I th- - cash in.!ties. ,UI lind r inslanx' Twenty ISuilellsix Lots iht serpor A kmiis II I ' ' its J1LU '.Y.91F& ' stages dirailful o.ijjh and turmrt into a fever. IKlor hut in vain; at h mo and at Halroil troatrd her, w mere h grew worm, mpidlv unul she ' hanslttil I Ihmic. " riien he tried Dr Kings a hIf nd Ne liiost.r and aMer ihe iiaeot I her a llr, ore-l- . complslel) hi itles v. its fu!mn g h! s New DiDer M Kiru i yo na r ou a irial Louie Uti at A K 1 1 b ssas taken duwu with ml. h Row land KovvUn.l . 01 . it- t r' 11 kl teil sujtar (or i A III (if I HT'I'MI p.. 11.' and .il . tl.r W" .ul e. im" h i'i.'Is e on . ii I at si J II MM ION ..Ir H'.oli ' K $' a thr.e pr. .1. RtJ" f..Hovl PARsl to THE P. I RILEY B. HOUSE. ! -- can be cured by the prompt use of It so'othes I'enns's drut torr London, mi,HY, Proprietor. - - - Kontucky. WW iWLMtmZUZS' -- imnTiiPffirT T'i flfatirtsfer. fci klllf tsaa mim - JT JflJ Tlfl TXh "(JitoiMSvi.ij MiwUSAinz CuitAwSii- Ayers Cherry Pectoral the inflamed tissues, aids expectoration, and hastens recovery. Hil ir irfT :VSVyB 1 j - 5l w .wjf r--r III I -- - H. "Ali-ta- h '. I ',V 'V I 51 I , Mi&itz Plaukah, chain."" Mb wttntrgtta wntoh Lnown as the McCarty farm now beionginf 10 me Merrpersoo uastmu inroucn sunt larms nrnmi termison vrilli km IHfillih UtMl ;. pavsiuc preoartd thAH ever to nccommedatss the public (iood Livery aitachnd and every rsmveeieuct desired, (itse me a call. hrrehv warn csery person from hunting tm "r FRANK RILEY. 77 my farm or th latin Keuerally FA1MI POSTED. have met. ed to my new Hotel and am bettei nd throuh PcVs'rs TViHJST tftm I. it, .si i,sr.nMiin . . LIME AND BRICK. i.u,,B ir .&m ' C'fSCVs-' it "How much, Kph?" How you itr "Ten cente a ya'd." "Oh, cut me off 'Iwut half Harper's Bair. in . .. NOTICKTO 1HK .. .1 ya'd." TRAVELING 1 PUBLIC. r.lvnl. KI55KS1 produced by the Ilol.stein. The amount Dr. It was night, sweet, delicious night, of food required i" leas for the Dutch the crisp, clear, moonlit Octolier night of 7 Lowell, Mass. Belt, her frame beiug c!oer knit than tho temperate stone, ono of t hose nights on Cutrscuts. bruises, old sores, skin diseases, m A that of the Holstein, and being more which all the poetry in a man's and a cerise, bunions, pile., titiula. sstJI'lin, halter Vt'icrtteril hst Mirni.df potssn arxl brsitnigged she is more easily kept. When woman's nature risi's tp the surface and First-Glas- s f iT.rtrt4 s. A rTJ,TTil been used it has nt, wonderful .atvltitMsn ana A. S. the Dutch Belt cow's milking days are . ittilt H11.K.. ttuiiMtir 1nt rt...l its picmenuty lor retvii sorne ' l reMarka Urand hie. Numercus tottmeiaW will Ami oner the semcesor .t to the public over she i.s easily fattened and makes ex- Calm llellgllt ill the""Ui"'k """ is mill Jtid SURGKOy DENTIST. pry, ,, hiclt. and trrsh boosl.d horses make ni) v. ill appear m this space at a later date. Mau heart. cellent beef. nd soid by 11, McRolem' was therefore strange to behold a;lt,k?lon,iMreH',lh It Oifice on Mam Mreet, oer W. J II IIHJI'.INS. .inlnrd,K) "The Holxtein, having a larger frame, young couple facing each other and re-Drug Store, Stanford. in Country. requires more food, and as she grows gardins each other with looks so cold The Oise me a c til. IF tU ARI l.'H'.i. older tends to beef, producing a les and chilling that an iceberg would have P W r.Rhl'.N. Proprietor AI. HURNS Mnaer quantity of milk. Of the two breeds the freeined liko a furnace in their vicinity. or R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Dutch Belt seems to be preferable on our "I know why you wish mo to leave! John U. Cattleman A (. I.anham THK farm.' DENTIST. yon," he said in sharp and metallic tones, j Our .second illustration shows a lwau-tif- each syllable of which seemed to fall nffirnn tmn tri.M. ounosite Portman lioute. Dutch Belted cow, one of the ' upftair. Nitrous Oxide Ua gien for patnlew from his lips with a click. I nt r le or f u extracting. over seen in America. In a general "Why?" she asked with a toss of ht-- j STANFORD, KENTUCKY. way the Dutch Bolts are smaller than queenly head. the HoUtems, a Belt weighing on the "Because." he hissed, "because you ex- average 1,000 pounds, a Holstein 1,400. pect a visit from my rival." St Louis, thm;n, Mlslucsn P. int.. UuMa'e, Detto.l, lies cl 1. si LouiaviLLC NsiNvau R. R. SURGEON, Not more than 700 of the Belt are as yet "What if I dor" she said. Then, throwPHYSICIAN AND liidiinar ii. and the We.t to be found in the United State-.- . Ono ing n colder glitter into her eyes than I DfUnd, Nov Canada. STANFORD, KY. , OK of the.se cows has been known to give had previously illumined them, she as its Is the line for IlOStOUt New Building, up Malrs. OITice In Odd Fellows' 1.000 pounds, of milk in n year, .1 pound lidded, "Perhaps he loves me PhiUdelphia. Uslti better than ' Whll.ttn i.rne tn iiarr .! ti. Irankfort Office lioun 7 to'S a m., to 2 p. m , 7 to 8 p. m every j.Kuud of me.it on her you do." of milk for Qui .est Xr iir( ss..t-.t a in: l(liSIl, iiki.ima bones. n. at "Oh, ho love- - von," laughed the; BA111JEE&0ASTLEMAN Mike close Out kei line The Belts are so strikingly handsome youth sardonically; "without doubt h W. E. MANAOKKS, DB.LaIlJ that they have been mostly kept in Hol- loves you, for l'ro heard him praising LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI IS land heretofore on tho e&tutes of wealthy you." Sotisl Train., biejaj. cars, tnokln;f tars aad lor all Commerce Building, Louisville. T IlkTit.'i.lt TICKFr.s pointsTi SOI individuals. The few that are as jet in ....... ... ...... cosihes. I'ullnii. llousltir sUrpers thrwuth Ja 'Heard him praising me: The cold Office South ide Main tret, in otfiee recently ll.(.(.A(.K C IIH Khl IIIK'ui.H ounnnvie ia s.natun ua, iiirmuiKnara, iietia Agents Miiwuirliout UC South the United States tiro to be found chiefly j m Mt ht?r CVM" ..vhat'did he mv: lan makin; iliirtl onuettiuns rn route (or Kno. racated by Dr. L K Huffinan, Stanford, Ky. ville, Ashesillr, Llns burand inis In the rrt.?ssVT. ii irtVV For ant information enauiteca" He said you were pretty yes, pret V L Cl.lrrOKD. ty. I do not seek to hide the tact fi inn W. A. TEIEBLB, Local Ayont, Suaford. Ky. Or M. CRAIG, DR. W. W PLNN, Irav Pass Ajent. yon!" Jvikuiswi C tv, K SIA.NFOUD. KY "He Wild I was pretty?" At Chatlanooca for Vilanta, Cslumbus, Wilmin; Homeopathic Physician, 'ton, Cbarlesinn. ,Vuusu, Maiw, Saanntr., "Yes, he said you were pretty almost - KENTUCKY llrunawtck, Lake Cil), I neuia.sillc a.ld ILOlll - - STANFORD, as pretty as your friend. Miss Soiuely." HA points The ouly line tannine soli.1 traius nh choice p m , 8 to m ; to 3 10 to u a Her face becalne deathly white. Office Hours Pullnssn ftmidoir 'r Palace Merpmi' Cars 10 Jai, a m. 9 "Almost as pretty as Miss Souiely!" Are mg I.s see him umvllle svilhoel change lor any clatsnf paster trect,oppoite court house. Oifice on Newport News A Mississippi Valiey Co ,''L I). c,er or iMKgae sho repeated mechanically. Solid Yrslibuled Trams lo selma and MosstfOinery, Hnntsville, Decatur, She was silent while you could have cow. nrrcii belt (sKnli Philadelphia t'l'.rrsur. Memphis and AUK ANSA")Jselina, Mn twenty-one- . and quickest to Anmstoa in New York and Pennsylvania. Tim counted tweuty. or perhaps Site Di.rrt conntflwns n.ade at NhW Os. Now York, NATIONAL BANK cows are very gentle in disposition. A Then she said: I. LANs witl.out umiMl.n trasitlerfor l.shettoa All points I J st and S Hha.l "Hadn't we better go in, John, insteaiH t)nl one UiKht it Irom I.cii.ifton, lleutton, Austin. herd of this breed at an agricultural fair OF STANFORD. KY. i TEXAS, MEXICO AMD CALIFORNIA. Corre. ted Tune ( ard in Kffeit Mas Id. 1I41 would bo a picturesque and striking at- of staying out here at the garden gate?" Wr line I'. Jackson and The only trirou-And as they passed out of tho moonktliurj traction. From tho large quantity of tout-tilJOu- -t J Maea.Sliri-tep.rI a , making .'uett uli fill ra light into tho house he said to milk they yield the cows wonld make I ast Mail leave. Leiim'tnii dily at 7 it am. wiih.Hit 'naui'M.s tran.f-r(iDallas loft Worth Capital Stock . Win. IvsMerS tj. Mt himself: ti, tilts e It III t r Auttin. San Am n.a, hi Paso and poiutsiu . arfisluj at . Cj I leu butx is , A blan.1 U is 16,500 excellent dairy cattle. Surplus"I ve cooked his goone!" New York formed Breeders of these animals have ' ll'inlinittosi la so pm TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. l Press. ves l.e.ttMtn tteilv at lea Limitun l.jpf 1, For thtouuh rtes r ure t i .Mr maj Attention of the public i inMted to the fact the Dutch Belted Cattle association and pm, WiNckesler t . It SterlMtT7N Olise Hill information all n Ciir.Kt A'.itat InnMllOlLM, , that this U the only National BanV in Stanford. adopted a scale of points which will AshLwl 10 to Catlel tso'irx I C.ilin hiiiI Kreiiil iMiii'ingf.. II. atiivmc at Ol at'drf a, liank Act. Hl'.K Under the proisionuf the National BlsaliVR3lV i ! lli.nlial.m al oypo Tiav Past Vet I tin jton Kt depositor are cured not only by the capital enable cattle to lie registered, and to exs1 Little Dot Oh. I just love cake. it's ArruOitamaMltoa. Jail. eseK susscwr, leaves I) Mil I Lis. D 1, IDWAkDS liability lor an hibit in a herd book what are considered omnmsmastock, butbv the Mucklioldcrs 10, Ml. I exihtoss al s 45 pm, liatlu Mailer , ', P .V 1 A amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of to be the best features of this family. nwful nice. 7 IJ. arrivtsig al (Hive Hill t o mh C mrirnit secured by a fund of $400,000. You should Mamma (reprovingly) this Institution are Acsummosialiun, ststily escsit Suodav. leaves Five sworn statements of theconditioii of the bank Donhtlrgs) the public will toon hear more not say yon "love" cuke; say "like." Do pea. .Ml team, Wluclsestrr it Levlneto al aremadewichjeartothe United States laly lu.se OI.se Mill , t am' "sttrlmi os poi not sy "awful;" say "very." Do not it assets are examined at fUted times of them. arilvee Ilustl ililausl I it am. CaiWtl.hu foi. byKOvernmciit atfents, thus securing addititoaal II ai. n t ana. ci.v "nice;" say "good." And, by tho Aliout tlin Ilire Shows. and perfect safety to depositors. j j established as the AV.at it.. mill It is a little unfortunate that the datea ' way, the word just"sii(inld be omitted, This instituiion, originally 1838, then Deposit Hank of Stanford in al C no am Fast Mail leave UunilMtoaeWiir Ameiieun Horse show, to bo held also the "oh." Now, my dear, repeat Wr-;:AS-i-l , Asksaud f. )7, Olisc Hill i to, Mt ai the National Hank ol Stanford m 'Ms and of the ' I'thsitaburi "IUjL'IO (iHASS HOL'TK." Firit National Dank of at the Imposition building, Chicago, the sentence correctly. ncain re.orcani-dathiot7. Wiochetter 11 0$ and arrlse uninterpraciitally m iSSj. has hid SlanH-rpin Little Dot I like cake; it's very good. ' . mi' al it ot spiels leaves ItoiHlRKl'm daily at an Tho Shortest and Qulckosl Iloute fro a Nov. 11 to ai, and the National Horse rupted existent-fojcars It i better supplied Limited I piornpt show to be held at Madison Square Mamma That's lxUter. Coutrnl Kon'tictvto ail points Norta va, Ashland v. Olive Hill now ith lacitituH. for trarivactuig businesslong pm, CalsHUburn and before in its , Ml. -- isilln Ftsa lv and liberally than ever Little Dot (with an air of digitsti Garden, New York, Nov. 10 to 21, J' WnKhkr 4 JiasidaiHsoe Kant, Wttut and Houtli-WoAccount honsrable iareer al i j" pm eslBfl-aiv;Line botwoon Loxtntott and Olncln-nulWi I should conflict. At the last namd show Sounds as if I was talJcin bout bread , dally rvept Sunday. Ivawe firms and individuals respectfully Av4.osmodas Good Nsjws. O'ise Hill am. Ml. SUrllne it . Wusckeetor THROCUIt the light legged horses, . I'O M,, i .J r:j;T ; is anal arrives l l.fiisimn ai a 05 tun The Directory of this ItanV is compwc! ol tandem-- , jr.mpers, ponies and equipages lli.Fs.sOROl'H aid JK1.I K As nn 'slalton dailiv leaves unliBf ta at jj Xajmloiin ill. A I'ostur, of Maufonl; ..f T J um. Callallskure 6(7. A shlaml 7 i aud arrive at of course quite overshadow the draft SsCllliUCI.F. IN ItKILCT MA 1. riunday tweet Ml i)l.v HdlSjt pm. Fores us Reid, Lincoln county ; lN!leoii III, who had no fewer poor breeds-- so much so indeed that. onlv one j aUst arrteea t Slrrlina- at so pm, Winchester J.W. llayden, Stanford; r rdwtives to bolp on tlmii any other so Lesmsftim at t 4 P ring is provided for Clvdesdales and one No I. S. It l!a i?hma, Uticoln; No. , "Normans." Trotting and hacknev ' 8". wiw trying one day to convinco a Limited Vesubuled I rearess runt daily and la M. J. JUIWr, Mt. Vitriwii; lh K h'l1 "heady generously Sua. Daily s r T I'ullmaa Ve.tihul.d nunet stipett nrtweea isus, horses receive chief attention and libera! Harris. Mncstiu; .. iiaaton. naatunium. rscvr t otk auMl I.ve ClaciHavati .. tlmt it was iiiiiuaoibl for him to op r -, p in encouragement in the breeding classeS llock.r Stanfortl; ilw Comfort This trair is made part ol the pm a in I tag p m J Lve Coetogtoa. .. her ailnwaiice. Ihe princess O. A. l.acVey, UlnetstAt while Cleveland bays, French and other m Lve Palmoeih. aa yil p m l i' pit "Pit ,......., .,..u ,... Who 'i n jleJ .mil ....-. A . at T P. Hill, Stanford; 15 p Pais It "recognized Air a it i) are """ '"" coaclinr' Dreeilin J tut arnutid p rr Arr Levisijton li lO p III it Ul p m ' I W. O. Wtsteh, Stanford. lha almo.i tv,,.. f Iluntmetoii on the C. A (I K.mtt i.wlli'. K . Iiv iir.iia. dumped altogether into one class and leaving said in a taunting manner: r. s l.aitUil iKr in. diral lr.iieiii.lv the louutrs rr a m Puns Maul I rains run .UHjr enepi sumaa be V. 1. TM, Staaford. Lve II ij last "Decidedly yon have nothing of the Dr ke.i has. hai,;. of tnone riug stallions three years old or. ' J" p m tween l.esmftou and Huntiamon. Make thiect Air WiBckeetcr. la to p m hl'iln. al and OFFICERS: great emiieror. our uncle." 1! e Medica' ami Siirgii.u' InC A O.j at Ask Hep ir'in lit of 1 ss p A Arr Itkbrtotsd. cuancettoB at Huntington wsih ' il P over. It is somewhat difficult to underland wuh S. V K , at W istcbester witk K C. R Arr l.avicasir " "You mistake, ma chere couuine," re stitute, Louis. il!e, Ky J. S. IIier, Preatslent; stand the reason for such a slight on R. north and xx.tli lotin.l. and at I.esinittoa with Arr Stanford. 5 o P ,, . ... John J. McR'rts, Cashier: of this plied Napoleon, with a cheerful smile. jr. ..... ...... ct forfr - tho Mv I. & N , I. S aud C N. O. I'. P. Railroads. -p mj.. ...... Lve Kkhmoaid ... A. A. McKitinej, Assistant Cashier the.e breeds at an exhibition j I hae his family." Harper's Maga -- .eMfrtoa aud Olive II ill Accommodation daily w Lietaston. - may easily find character. Draft horseexcept Sunday. Connect, at W'mcbeettsr 10 and Air Maddleshoro ; ji P ml p ers House, Friday, Nov. 0. Lve place-- , more appreciative of their merits zine. from K. C paint, and at Leaingtot. with L. A N. R It for l.tvuisville to reReturning eterj Madison Square Garden show, No. Nn. t. Whistles. Where Hie No. Le Million and Mt Sletli.r AccmaIatlH Co. thanitthis iuite incomprehensible that tho Poet Did Chill Itieee on the bridge fIB"ir Tt'a'h.s month during the )ear runs daily e ept Sunday, and makes direct but is ever stand ith the largest un connected no .Hperlor in Mlddlssil.ir-ouj;r- i ' lion at Winchester l.i and from I.s MlddietbsafO ' J a n claims of the Cleveland bay, French at iniillliglli While the clock WHS striking hospitals in the uutry, and Ima OF STANFORD, KY., ami Richmond, a dianosirt; and treatlni: diseassi mid defmiHlties It; for Louisville and at I.ealnjtOH with I. S t.ve Livingston coach and German coach hor-e- s should HIP Hour..7 RichtnsMd.. .. i 46 He will jive to far any case that he can not tell 1'or full information in regard to rates, routes. Arr five minutes Is new fully organiced and ready for business with be here almost entitely overlooked. Ev-- 1 (rambler Not mnch: but I've btOOd the disease and where located lu 7 no a in , apply to any agent of Ifiia or caunectms titles Lve Staafoid He will return to Lve Lancaster ... 7 $0 a m idently the prize li.--t needs material on a pat straight flush all night long to remain one day Stanford every month this year so 15 a in Arr Richmond. CrHi:.ia'NTINr. TON. C L. IIROW'N. $200,000. amendment, lu the show of trotters when tho other fellow hold four aces. Paid up Capital of O P a . V P and f. M . Lve Richmond... is 4 p m 6Tr m' Treats all curable Medical and Surgical Diseases 15,000. and hackneys western breeders are New York Journal. Lexington, Ky. Surplus, . - - Arr Winchester 40 P in in! S5 ul the Acute ami ChroiiU Catarrh, Diseases W S HARRISON, (i W. IIAKNKV p in 7 4J Arr Paris 7 j much interested and would doubtless m' .M .Leaingt iti.Ky P. A..Atliland, Ky T G Lye, Kar, Note, Throat and Lungs, Dyspepsia, Lve LesiuRton Tim M'riiui; .Muliiily. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL have been glad to contribute to it but 1 no p in 7 00 J 5 p m IIANK OH STANFORD, Lve Paris llriht's Disease, Dlabule. Knlheys, Liter, 7 P in HJ p m 9 53i m 4 5 p m Doctor You si ould notdriukeoinuch P m for the fact that thev will lw untaxed at Lve Falmouth 4 10 j lllaildder, Chronic, Female and Sesual Dlseaics 5 io Arr Covington (Now closing up) with the same assets and undei the great Chit ago show that week. Even Bourbon. It will do you no permanent 5 40 p tnlio 41, m o 37 l m (lu.iranlcr Lpllrps) or fits cured A oitl.e tho same nialia.'tmcnt. Arr Cincinnati .. 5 5" I' inllQ5S ml m 45 if there weie not an actual community good. You should drink milk, for it 15y ptowionof it. chatter, depositors nru ai National of interest-- , it would certainly apjiear contains all the elements of blood. depositors YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN On the.Maysville llranch, No iu. leaves Paris at fully protwtcd ai aie n! i Banks, its shareholders being held individually 7 5, a and No. la, at 6 it, p Patieut Bnt I'm not bloodthirsty. on tho face of it if two such events, liable to the extent ol the amount of their stock better Matsvil.eat itii... am, and e .. p arriving at Sufleriuc from Spermatorrhea and impotenry as m. No u Pnarinaceutical Era. addition to the both of national importance, Were con' . therein lit the pur value thereol, leaves .MasviHe at J a" a in, arriving at Pans at the result nf self aim .e in Noiilb or excess o amount invested in such shares it injy act as ducted without Hirer years and other cases, producing s.mi ol conflict of dates. 74ainat Paris n leavesp .Maysville at l 50 and ,. These trams are executor, administrator, trustee, An.., as fully as at arnvet the follow inj eflects as cmisaions, hlotches, io. .Miiltum lii I'urvo. Bleeders' Gazette. anindividuul daily except Sunda). , ilualness, cunf ulsion of tdi a , whe eulriisted their liuisiness to us German Student I am extremely sat- - hty, nervousiicks, defective memory, and dally to all nointt rir.m iinu,i.n.i it,.,.. No li To those . aversion to (octets, while innagiug the Lincoln National Hank ol . ion which lsil.ul) escept Sunday. for business - flt'd With JUV apartllielltS. 1 IlllVO H ual exhaustion, which unlit Ihe victim l'rlrea for KiicIiik IIlr-Stanford, we v. e here teuderour many thanks and No i riiHsdaili rotn Lexington to Cincinnati or mirriaje, are piruianently cured by remedies The prices paidiately for racing horses dining room, a drawing room, a study, not injurious trust they will continue to transact their business s.i a runs iauy No with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenrtitis daily fron'i all nations except the lt a.iimt.'li to make the iihim btefder ''o piuokint! loom and bedroom, and .iust Rowland in uicii, wliuh it ihily except Sunday tion to aaine.nur twenty years' experience in nags and think how convenient all in one! Der banking andas liberal accommodations as are conback on his draft or No dailj except Sunday No 4 daily leiu.sn ( tncinnati ami Lexington sistent with sound banking the t, ingo iu for fancy animals. St. Blai-Syphilis Rnd i oiupllraltons, as sore throat, fall No 4 iris and Lexington Accommodation dai' in tr of the hair, vain in the bones, eiuntinns. etc lUIUkTOK. famous thorouglibied stallion, brought ly Leaves Lexington io on a. in Ss inpt.iiiis. Amies Paris are perfectly eradicated without using inircur) or, Mt Vernon; . a in io at auction $100,000 in New York. Nancy J.J. Williams,Stanford; Ntm red tliu sun tloth ilrop upDU , other injurious lru;s No S Falmouth Accommodation; leaves CincinJ, M. Kail. The iK'clik'lital iiU.irlor, Hunks, the little Kentucky trotting mare tiouorrhira, ttlcct, stricture ana all l riuary nati 5 mpm Arnves Falmouth 701pm dally and Kidney Troubles arc speedily cured by treat And rrreperai ilrlp with leave, tlmt typexcept Sunday. J. S. Owsley, Stanford; that lately made her mile in 2:0!), was mentth.it never failed No. 7 Leaves Falmouth Coon in. Arrives Cinify Hie aimiliil alii tighter. S.J. Embry, Stanford ;) close of the racing season bought at the He undertakes no incurable cases, but ures cinnati '55 a m dally except Sunday J. E L)iin,St.inferd; or Bo-- thousands given up to die. Alum; the hills the autumn spills No. j and 6 make connections at Winchester for for $."i0.000 by .1. Malcolm Forbes, ' Remember the date and come early, - his A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville; points on the N. N. A M V K'y, K. D Full tunny n tribute xury. ton. But don't hurry about going iuto rooms are always crowded wherever lie .tops 'asXiaa-a- V K.llau,;hman, HustonvtlU; No. carries through cars from Citicinnatitn J. Ami hushes leak vt It h fruits that spenk. - i .wrii .,.ai',i.VJ Middleiborougli and Cumberland Gap and all Inrace horse breeding. The horse that comThe act Iflulul ntury. J. K. Cash, Stanford; termediate stations and runs daily. CONSULTATION FREE. mands the gieat price is about as one in William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky Havlnir removed my Uarber Snop to the Com W.L MUNSON.Trav. Past. Agl.. Cincinnati. 1'or near tho ilny, not far awuy, 200, aud what will the owner do with all i mercial Hotel, I am propareu 10 accommouaie la S. R.KNOTT, Correspondince'soliciled,and C. P. ATM ORE. confidential Cninu nentlier fnirnr murky. S. II. Shanks, President. dies as well ai gentlruieu in anything they av Addrc.s Gen Pats. Act iratlic manager. y. II. Owiley, Cashier tha .uuniugaml trotting colts that prove The nntlon thro' wo'U chnp anil chew wish in my line Children also wailed on. I'afl Gencralnluce. Louisville. Ifv MEDICAL AND SL'ItGICALIlNSTITUTK, failure-- .' The fat TlinnlctsSrui: turkey. JKSSE THOMPSON, They are no good foraiiything nn we. S. F. 11. MORSK, Oen'l Patt'g'r Agt., M. llrigbt, Teller. W. InCommerclal Hotel. jit tth St , Louisville, Ky. Ofcce Chamber ot Commerce luildiug,Cincmnat. llostou Courlf. J. H.llaui;Iinjn, Ccncr.il Book Keeper. ele. DfTCH I1F.I.T CALF, J. C. Ayer & Co. PRICE, Downing Hi hae opened in .onncUf.it with mv Hotel the I will delrser I In- - at ij tent, a Bushel in Lan- ,..,, lM tur ,nd l.tt,i. caster. Stahfoi ' and the neiKti'xtrho!.! man Uuitrt Ct Cus on all Imm. tSttnigh tC Chicago wit r... tl,auc I vsUaUo lMIn iarsat Lrab tirchard. Jtruk un ta llr .si mm t s;ei ne lor Itr least at 73 cetils a hundred (.ne me a chance. I moin r m'jr'Hi' 1. nuilr'-- s t FK) II Kill 1.1. rR Cral.Ot.lu.fd n6n - lUHKtK . r I thi W I! CM S'l, I) P I Mr,, iel .1 IMCVEHS HOUSE, -- mmim - mm """,," !... '"'" 1 I.ivci yStnblc, o - ati JB 1 1 Best the y-- iyr HO , NORTH WEST, ul st liatid-some- j r ROYAL LIYIiKFOOL.; - Dr. II. C.Nminclley, nsurance Gomoanv, o;(kd;ctatx York, jo-.- , 1 Double Daily Trains DE. PENNY, , Dentist. JEW . ANSj a r v.-.-.- - " .... e.e 1 I JOHN At. 'L'.ABDLCU ! 1 P- - an i(miBJ3, yaross OLD KY. B0UTB i l.itn-at- r FIRST Washington, Baltimore ' JHi 1. S200,000 t r Mt-rfl.- - ' I m I avm . , . 11 I , - I H'alr7 lr-lin- e , covern-rnenta- nd 11 1 , ! Kentucky CentralO.R. e .111 ical-aS- ii Lev-;s"3- T 3 1 1 fidn-cian- os solic-te- d. - 1 4 st i I l. four-in-hand- s, j , -- 1 A rUMS'-CINCINN- . 1 1 M-.r- y , j ver-fo- 1' J- - '''' ""-Tease '" "' DR. D.D.REA, . .1 i!i-i. - 1 ript 1 - j aVeulh-llouas- i. s , jt- - .,..... Surgeon& Specialist - $ I V.--s - . . . - . -- 1 . 4 4 I . , . A-- 95-i- yr . j Farmers Bank&Trnst j i - North-Houn- d. u con-n- . si A-- 1 j 111 I !p'plpfe' $md jH? ! 111 111 . 11. 111 111,1 I ffl) j I j , ('i-- 1 ,' I9.n '..ImWefSKfffla. 'I. '. 111 ,, 4 1 ' I f ' Blood aild Skill Diseases. I e, 1 , , I , lJPtWTVr m& . i J a- . ! vlaBt un (