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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891111001 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. T T semi-WeeklyInteriorJour- nal VOL. XIX. MATRIMONIAL -- STANFORD, KY TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 10.1891. MATTERS. LONDON, NO. 72 LAUREL COUNTY. SOUTH FORK. DEATH'S DOINGS. ft ,' Ihchard Young and Mies I'tntrtn Smith wen- - married last week at Mr. James Luddy's. A handsome and t.rllth West End widow, who Iinm lately lmn out West, w ill, it is said, bsuoum a briilir (main thta week. MIph Nannie Gustineau, daughter of Milton Gaetineiiu, forinorly of this comii-ty- , eloped to Woilford with Walter Whorter and was married Hi Aberdeen, Thru of th Ooul Greek convict weru rultM(tMl hre hut wwott oh a writ habwa coi pttt. fn collision near Hazel Patch, Friday. George Wlllmrii, whoso homo ic near tills iUtet. wm probably tin-freig- lf Ohio. In n divorce onsedechled in Indiana evidence showed that tlm wife had tho d her hiiHtKiutt. frequently The husband wan released from his gall-- ' Ilk' Iwnds. C. Mi Annio llyrd, daughter of Walker, of l'oIc, wan married to Mr. Charles 11. H olden, of Cinirlnnntf. Rev. K. M. (ireen, of llieil'rebytcrlaii church olltciating, Thursday. Mih. Maria Conner and Mr. A. S. Myers arc in receipt of handsome lnvi- tuttoiiH to tiie golden wedding nf their lirotlier, Mr. V. S. Myrs, whieh will lie celebrated ut ISoonevill", Mo., Nov. 11. Sirs. Myors was Mrs. Whitley and thuy were married at Crab Orehard. leucine In IS IS to make their home in Missouri. IuvitntloiiH have been issued to the marriage of Mr. (i. 0. itllle and Miss An nle I.. Ilnhon, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. T. I'ohoti, whirl) will be Milcmuhwd at thu Hustonvillc Christian church, at Mini Annie high noon, Nov. 17th. is an attractive and lovable young lady and the prospective groom in receiving the congratulations of bin friends in winning her. Mr. Robert Chappcll and Miss Mi" llcwt, the pretty daughter of Mr. .1. V. Adams, of Rowland, were joined heart le and hand by Justiie Kelgwin in objee-tiolait week. There was no on the part of the parent, hut the . y ouug ton pie chow the novelty of Tliey wen aivonipanied by Miss Mary Hill Vanoy ami Mr. Thomas War reu, who joined them on their lirid.il tour of a few day' sojourn in l,oni.v ville and thence to Middlesboro for a short stav Thu groom in it worthy young man nml linn a good position with the I.. l' N.. while the bride is an excellent, accomplished young lady and one that will make him a splendid wife. horse-whippe- 1 W Jeller-honvil- n olop-inc- On tho taritl' inaue and on that insue alone can democntta everywhere be brought face to face In mil id phalanx with the republican bouts. It is no time now for now issue or for the of iiieRtiona involving another educational campaiKU. I'uited, we are strong enough to win. n Divided, arrayed one agaitiHt,1 another, disputing, 'cpiuing, diagrcuing and we give the victory to the enemy and throw away the fruit of nearly 3r0 yearn of fruitful labor. We, who together have marched to defeat fco often, may now, if we will, together march to victory, not like a army, not like stragglers living oil' the country, but as an organisation animated by ono hope, uuitod mi o and keeping step to thu iniwk' of wat-lured pur-pOM- i, Tti. That wan the music of Uriil reform. That glorious campaign wm won plcdginl oureoivea to it lefor-matio- n of tin whole Hytttciii of taxHtiou. It 'm a long time from l.s'tl to 1.SD2, but the veaw are itiispiciom. It wan a long march for thu divided colouiua from the declaration of independence to H written couiiUtuliou, w hicit made it a republic Y one and indivisible. in IsTtl we took n long step forward, abandoning the war and war ami turning our eye to tb lutitre. Then w cclebnttMl the centennial of our; year.iwithja victory m nemideto m to admit of no dispute, we limy tielubnite the discovery of a new lue ; worltl by a triumph of principle :i old 4 as ileiuocracy iUolf. Rally round ttto fine, boys, shouting the battle cry of freedom. Oonrlor Jour-im- l. Hai)HimSak. Wliun Co. Hob In gursoll wan in i:uroe lait ltd jvieitinl WoRtmiustor Abtiey for the. 11 rat timii. As lie was coiitemplHling tliw tomb of Nolaou bin uido Mtid. "T'-at- , sir, Ida thu tomb of the great-- 1 j j k ost naval 'ero laitopo or the world ovori Lord NcIkoiih. This niarblo know BUicougohgUH weighs 12 tons, llineiile, that his a bteel reccptau!o weighing 12 tons, and hillside that hia a leaden cask-et ermeticnlly sealed weighing 2 tons. Hinside that his it mahogany collin holding the hashes of the great 'oro." "Well, baul tlio colonel, after think-ing awhile, "I guess yon'vo got him. If, he over gets out of that cable nie nt my expense. Louisville Commercial. 1 1 ' t AVhena man throws away the strap as soon ns he around his jiooket-boois a pretty stiro sljju joins tlio church it that he has rcliston. Katou Democrat. k Rki.ioio.v. What we need to reach the masses ie not bigger bells in our church steeples, but more of thu kind of leligion that can bo seen clear across the street in the niemheis. .SiMK SiiiX oi fatally tnjuro!. The town IkKinl has abandoned lighting the street liimp, and London M bite5", into thu dnrkups of 'JO years ago All towns more one way or the other. Hew lien Helm has received a letter from Iter. Mr. Hay leu telling of his wife arriral at Yokohama, though he expert eiiced one of the uoiet storms ever on thu Pacific. Dale Keid was brought here SaturTelegraphy, day night by the sheriff of Morcor. He forfeited his Imud lust court and bad an indictment against him for shootin peared on theecene, but the bride lire ijrave. Penmanship and all Business Branches. one JoIiiimiii nt the Fnir a year ago. Mr. A. J. Sigler, for many years r. ferret! Rev. W. R. Davidson, who did 1862. Large and flourislilnc. Twelve Instructors. Up with the tlmon. Established lor Business I'urHUlts. Has the confidence of the HuslueM Communltj. highly respected merchant of Crab Or- - PIlH thoroughly Mr. J. IS. Me Kinney was soliciting the work in modern style. The itHileitts tire In demitntl and are aided in tturiny employmtnt. Tho charge ra chard, died Friday of consumption, nilfrciiptinns yitertlay for the improvereasonable. Hoard can bo had In the city ut low lluures. Day and Night Sessions. Do Amriim.kk Hi&nmi in a Coi'HT3iui with wliic ho had long suilered ment of the old Parochial school buildHo as promUes. Investlicatlou solicited. Head lor catalogue, c W McGEE, PRINCIPAL Met him. ing at Huston ville. belonging to the camo to that place shortly after the war Met him again In love with him. and at once established himself in the . l're.bteiian chuicli, and Mtcured tjuito rM lllllll Met him again no longurin love with good graces of the citizens. a Mini. He married t BlfjrjvTrfQB m W. H. Martin liae exchangitl his him, but he in love with tuo beutuso I a sister of Hon. Fontaine F. Iiobbitt, who with several children sutvive him. farm for thu hou now occupied by J. am so beautiful. VSF .ASULUn. f Met him again he l still more in lovo Ho was a Mason, a democrat and a gennut. j. 1. (uicKory urovo Farm, nome ; 1. Jolinoti, the lord, Xeil A CJo. addiItaciuc, Wk.mijw: "After trying of every known remedy, I removed a large Hunch 2 tion. Martin sav ho "neither owns with me, not only because I am beau- tleman and higher praiso could not .bo of two years Htnndlug, from u a year old Ully, Z liouses or lauds in the country, but a tiful, but be cuiise I am also good. Sony bestoued than that ho was faithful to with three applications or for him. the obligations that they imposed. neat little cottage in the village of AimIii I met him he is colder than We are in receipt of a dispatch from Tiie burn, horwes and other stock lie was. Think he has forgotten my Richmond, Ya., announcing the sudden It Is the best preparation I haveevcrii'.edorlicard S of. I heartlfy recoinmend It to all Ilor&emcu." I, however, death of our little nephew. Claiborne, ' belonging to Andy KiiiM-r- , n farmor liv- beauty and my goodness ing two miles eact of Iondon, were all am inclined to think that I am in love son of Mr. and Mrs. I. X. Yaughan, of' We have hunilretls 0 such testimonial' burned Sunday night. Mr. Kiuser also with him after all. How lucky ho is, diphtheria. He was a brother of Little rrlcp,31..'50prrboltlr. AkyotirdniKislstrorlt. Ifb( noi Keepu,KfniiU3ic stain pnorsMver.rorinaibur. loses all the productt of his faun, which and how angry mamma will be! L'llhi Lee, whom many of our Stanford V. It. IIDDV At CO., Wlillrhall, X. Y. Mamma proved to be strangely pleas readers will pleasantly were in the barn. It is unknown how remember mid ed. Makes me angry, for I know she is Hke her was remarkably the lire originated. bright. The John W. Ra.Miin, of Pittsburg, sec not a good judge of a young girl's heart. pride of the father and the idol of the Flirted with him outrageously to make mother, because she rotary of the Laurel Coal Company, saw in him that mamma mad didn't succeed. while inspecting his mines Friday, wb father's image, their sorrow at his loss Kngaged to him glad. seriously injured about the hips by is inexpressible; but may they be able Married to him -s- orry. .Ciucinua t to say on his taking, as they said f tiling slate. Dave Carr, of thit place, when ' who was with him, was badly hurt about Commercial Gn.tte. Dealers In- ho was given, "Blessed be the name of this head It is thought both will .ret,,e a11 tungs well." "lle doeth A J r no ti cover, but it will be some time before ir ATCtl Anerson, of the Gilberts who once piesidcd over a criminal court either will be out rnorti- down Iupt, was famous us one of the reeu neignuorliood, ilieil About 100 people were at the Fair ing at 4 .. m. and his son, John, an hour most compassionate men who ever sat Ground Saturday to witness the races upon the bench. His softness of heart, later, both of what the doctors say was held just for fun and general amuse- howuver, did not prevent him from do- malarial fever and with which several' ment. There were no premiums, no ing his duty as a judge. other members of the family are down. gate fees, nothing to pay and the whole A maun ho had been convicted of Mr. Anderson was n juror at the late A.1TT six races were enjoyed by everyone. stealing a email amount was brought in- - term of the court and was taken sick ' same thing, ia free for all) will be In pnnrt fnr H.nf.mi... The flu Inwuil carv here. He went home and after a few J . . . . n iii giv tiKit Suliiriliv tlio vfi.nt)ir Up! aui1 hopeless and the court was days' confinement the end came. ai , .. pe nnuung, am. everyoooyw.i. oe wei OF KANAWHA FRESH ,,., contrite appear was a member of the Baptist church and j A loml bv come to come and enjoy tlio fun n good, honorable and upright man. Ho ance. Gilbert, of Clay county, was ac"Have you ever been sentenced to married a Miss Holtzclaw, and together, j' cidentally killed by a brick falling from bylnrdwork and good management, imprisonment'1" the judge asked. the third story of the Catching build- -i '' exclaimed the pris- they amassed a comfortable fortune ofi "Never never ing, Saturday. He and others were on S',0,000 or more. The wife and four oner, bursting into tears. the outside moving a derrick when an"Don't cry don't cry," said Judge children survive. John Anderson was 5o5a" ;!0 years old and unmarried. other darkey carelessly throw a hod of (J , consolingly. "You Uoth bodaro going to be brick on a scaffold in the third story, ies were taken to Lancaster for internow. ' Youth s Companion. ment just opposite a nindnw where he stood. ' nine'' --. -i 7H) -- ?yK. . VsiMr. James W. Wray is dead and a one brick 'going through and striking (;ArmAKi.-- W II. Walker. Ehh.. one Has the largest and (.filbert on the head, from the efleets of inili11,ni,i..s. nd hi.t known ,.iSmii nf happy household is broken and distresswhich he died within an hour, (.filbert Ciurmrd county, died at his resdence on ed. It was the first death to occur in it MOST COMPLETE STOCK was n tall, mulatto, liked yesterday at II M a. m., from pneumo- nnd the blow is therefore more keenly felt by his loved ones. He hail suffered by everybody and leaves n wife anil two nia, after nn illness of about one week, OF a long time of a bronchial affection and children in his native count v. was in the Tilth year of his age and lie win... .ltiil ninii lti'Im ..liiltlmti when death came at 12:20 Friday morn l.inf.tc CHURCH AFFAIRS. l"Ki it wns a happv relief to the tired ; . : , Our Court of Claims, ut its session last ... , tF- ' ftp-- ever shown in Stanford at prices t Kev. Itnlwrt Oilloek, of Itaireu, a Friday, increased thu salary of the nfiiiu, hiiivii lUtlKUtl iu im; Willi 118 .lOU Xj- as low as the lowest. at rest. Conscious up to the very last, Iktptict minister for )" year, died Satur- county Judge from $00 to $700. The watch-maker- s in the State, Remember that I have one of the best and fully aware of his condition, ho day. salaries of the attorney aud superintengave the most gratifying assurances of who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to A now lUptist church M Hurgiti was dent of common schools lemniu as here- his hope-fou better life and with aldedictttetl hjnmhty, Hv. H. Jl. Dutlley tofore, f(!00 and $500 respectively. send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old L. most his last breath he said he was reaortitiutinc. Yitntbiholil toiiwMvy.of Stanford, 200 gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te-d All Sixty-fivo( 75 Northern l'iiisbvtur-iu- s Iiors to be delivered tho 35th of Novum-Iw- dy and waiting for tlio translation. A. R. PENNY. and guarantee sat'sfaction. of his family w ero present at tiie death have rotird in favor of the proposod at l etmK Hecord. scone and while the parting was like revision of the Confession of Faith McUinty's Troubles was greeted with snapping their heart btiings, they hud Tlln Chifetini nlinrrli t Mmtiiralln how u vnckoA gallery and a good down stairsftho bleseed consolation of seein E&3&SSa3KS2StnES3Em; has employed James Zachurv to calmly and how trustingly a christian ll(l if a COlltlllUal Veil O l laugh llOHM', ttrwirli fnr llm vmmr- thru,. .r,r, ter and npplauso is anv indication of the wn die Mr. Wray hd been a iinin- month. Nfws huccefs of piece it was undoubtedly hl'r of the I'resbyteiian church for nianv Dmii Hodman of the Oenernl Tb- "Mctiinty's' long years and his faithful service in tho oliitiml Sominary, , in New York, J sid fatmhown in this attraction. f Hi I.!... me 1... J iun..1.1 'omi o uniu- n li.irt nun iur nun it... piau a roiticKiug insit comtnetiy Muni to be the wealthiest of churchmen. Ho irouuies is has h fertuniy eetitiMted at SI'i.CKK),-00- trbtaotl with lirst class spwcialty people lt. "Well dene, thou good and faithful beidM the ireasorea h has laitl up and headed with a tine band and orclies - servant, enter tho rust prepared for tra and torchlight agent. Mr. Frank thee." in heaven. Mr. Wray was born and raised in The protrnctetl meeting continues Mauam, the manager, is n pleasant genand is milking big mon- Kentucky, hut found his wife in with unulMted interest at the Methodist tleman to meet III. Sho was Miss Mollie Dooley and for church. So far there have been 10 con- ey off hiscouiedy. Cmwfordsville. Ind. versions ami 30 additions to the church. Sunday Star. At Walton's Opura Housa and their union proved a most happy "CastorlalsMwelladaptMUJChildrenthat 1 CaMorlacurot Colic Constipation, one. Five children wore bom to them Owine to other pressing engagements, Nov. 17. roconmuud itMM,orU,anr preoption promotea dl Misses Kittle mow Mrs. J. T. Lynn), II. C. Morrison will bo obliged to II A. Anciir.n, n. I)., Vnown to mo " CMitlnn. The best thing out An nohing tooth Annie, Nottie, (Jeorgio and Master Ho clotM the meeting Sunday night. injurious medication. Witho 11 So. Oxford St., UrcoUj u, N. Y. If this world is a stagu the buhl headmeras loved and as lovable ti family ns Nows. Tub Centavk C'omiunv ".? Murray Street, N. Y. ed man must bo a supe, for he has no over lived. In early life Mr. Wray folOne of tlio most romarkablii church part. Yonkers Statesman. lowed the business of stock trading. 'asmsssBSSBSSsmMsssixmssa moetiiiK in tlio annals of church histoYoung man, if you would riso with Then animals for tlio South had to bo ry of Missouri, closod recuntly. I'latts- not tarry too Into with the driven and many an interesting nml tho sun, bur, with a population ot l.SOt), held a daughter.do Uiehnioud Recorder. some perilous incidents of those trips he protracted ineetine, conducted by Kldor was wont to relate. Though he lived to Martin, of st. Ixmis, rocultiiiK in :sr2 Student "How is it, doctor, that I al- bo fS yeius old, tho hardships of early couverfcions to tho Chrhjtian cliurch. ways take cold in my hoad'.'" life told on his constitution and made One night (m joined nnd lie immersed SO principle, him linv-- till linnnllv Doutor "It's a rlimimnlin nn.l in 10 minutes. sir, that a cold is most likely to settle in other allli(,ti()n9 overa, X5HOSM Ilevs. T. D. Withorspoon, I. S. tho weakcht part." ids voiiicle was overturned down an em-and J. C. Molloy aro attending When n man gets famous it would bankinent on a narrow point ou the tlio Synod of Memphis with a memorial from tlie Kentucky iiyuoa concorning u seem that every man in thu country us- - Hustonvillo turnpike and he was hurt so severely ho never fully recovered. proposed Theological S oininary of the ed to play marbles with him nt school. Engagements with Large stage, plenty of scenery, seats 500. ' .ir. w ray oouglit Southwest. Tho memorial has been Cotlur Grovo Stock Form. ... ... . M. T t.vl nf mil l.UVi: " IMChttM ' ""' '" presented to the synods of Missouri, Ar""S""I It1 good attractions solicited. Oiulment to all hore-mr- treat he spent his declining years in ully rccoH'mi'iui ijniiui kansas and Nashville. Missouri lias .u Hie very best remedy in uo; would not be A largo crowd p.ivm, wind- - peace and couteiitnicnt. embarked in the enterpiise and tho oth- without it." Kor cuti., plint,a trial it ,'athered there at 10 o'clock Saturdav Keners are considering it favorably. and after listening to a touching dis THE SHELTON HOUSE, tucky oilers 5100,000 with buildings and course by Kev. Hen Helm, followed the grounds, if the Seminary shall be locatod remains to their last resting place in Buf. This natlce' forewuriii huiiurs fUheriucn anl D.A- TWADDLE. Proprietor, at Louisville, but is to any When Baby was sick, we m nnr iii.Ik tvithy.ut Iir. ..ilia. .., . n bto her Castoria. falo Cemetery. The tenderest syfnpathy to ihe full mUsion, a all suvh will be larger city central to all points. slip cried for Castoria. m When she was a Child, d .liinl .f tim law Sli'lid is felt for the bereaved family. May KOWlaUCl, - C.M.Sl'OONAMOOKK. bhe became Miss, sho clung to Castoria. V. liuiICIthey rely on the promises of tho God Gen John Kchols banqueted Col. When TIIOMAS C. IIALI Wliea sho had Children, she care tbeui Castoria. they love and serve nnd liud consolation W. C. P. Ilteckinridge at Louisville and STEKI.KHAII.EV A. At. ki:iv.v in the assurance that He dooth nil things acconnnodatlosi at rcmouible rates. ' Firt-c- l Senator Carlisle and other distinguished 11. W. O A INKS. Open iUy and nitfht. SumpJe room and good INerjr well. JAMES OIVENS. men were guests. 9f5w in ciwuectioa. y, Ikmi-Jii- Itobert JiUes, who hai been so low .Mm. S. p. Grigsby, of lioyle, died with typhoid fever, is slowly roeovur-0- 1 in WaehitlfiUm. iii(r. Undertaker Hutrmun s!it a casket Sorghnin making In over mid our to Rrodheud Friday for Kd Clark, the J. M. HU3BAKD, A. M., President. farmers have turnod- their attention to son of Dr. Clark, who diutl of typhoid 1891. fover, aged 17. corn gathering, A gondola of coal was ditched W. T. Bailoy, Hon of Mr. J. Wes Hai-le- I' all corp, ot fn,,r, ,tr ml Normil at V.,l u.her.. Supir ro m- - in LrWaturt, Music and ' Art. hcllriit (ireen I.Ivor bridge Wednesday, which died of typhoid fever at his home, dpwrtmnt. C imI ue nn4 ore il.ir iurn .he i ,n appliratiOH. 'delayed trains somewhat. near McKiniiey, Saturday, aged St. Ho The mad doi.. Nookcn nf. ... ,.,.. .Inst. hud been clerk at the Tnbblu ;House for .. - in tinr ., was killed on Green River by a voting two years and watit very popular and . man by the name of Murphy. He promising young man. Ho was attack-- 1 ed with tlio dread disease .about four pro voi I to be Htrictlv a mad tloa. Mr. Richard Yoiuin, ion of John weeks ago and going to his father's he fc. K. Cor. Yoiin, better known as "f.impie John," begun to impiove after a week or two, & Vine, Cincinnati, O. and Mif.a Kniily J. Smith, wuro married but veiituted out too early and had a Book-keepin- g, Short-Han- d, Type-Writi- ng, at the residence of Mr. Jami-- I.uddy, relapse with the usual result. There-main- s were interred at Hustonvillo yes- jiiiurMiity. ,ir. ioiui I'UKHKCd Kev. to ti the knot and he np- - terday, after n short ueivice at the Business Practice. Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, John Lous ' ' - Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, weai $? jf u&(jjdm4wum& C. lth j 1111 .gg m T 11 fl" ' Lou-don- ." ! QUIHN'S OINTMENT, j ; i Itltlllllllltllllllllgtlllllft4faillfaald FARRIS & HARDIN, -- KiMi-IlBAiir- en e.-J- udge - lnl" I , Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Queens-- Glass- - and Tinware. OT7H ELEG 11 . ,,,,,. SEE LI1TE OF LAMPS. SALT I ,,, CARLOAD I.ee The Old Reliable Jeweler j $&mMm; -- T- feA. i in the Lead. R. Penny and Jewelry good-lookin- g 11 11 ... ... riK VvSu -- Wm&tKJ: e r, ' I - ( ni j 0, IJIoom-ingto- n. Infants Children 1 Ue-v- X' KJiaa-bethtow- u 1 ' -' ' ' i I well-know- n Walton's Opera House, WALTON .Mc-F.lio- y, Proirictors, 1 ! I n .. rn'nn. "ti""" l' .,,..,.., puifccrandt-nlnrueinentiju- POSTED. 1 well-dispose- d - I k I A """ .- J I j t.- - ,' Lj v jjitt' f . w tjts u I. W. Terhnno te Son sold 15 head Forest tires at Beacon Falls, Conn., 100 horses and many farm of cattle, medium stackers, weighing pecially if ho be from the rural districts, killed nearly pounds, to J. & C. Huguely about for beinu worked for n micker, seems to J houses are threatened, Ten miners were killed and several at '21 rents. Jame-- M. Forsytho will deprow instead of diminish, even in these Stanford, Ky , ICovemisbii 10. 1891 enlightened tiin.. A plausible sharper critically injured by au explosion in the liver to Lehman Bros., of Cincinnati, on Dec. 1, a bunch of '.'5 catt'o was down in Christian county last week shaft of a coal mine at anticoke, l'.i. Pacific passenger train at A. Harrodsburg Democrat. plow j A Missouri so 'nrinjE stock in an imaginary W. F. ' m inufuctory. Some 1:50 or more farm- - was held up and robbed in n suburb of Is Receiving His (.ciH'mim "Iruimiifi." cm took I0'J en-- h m stock and planked 'Omaha. Tho express car was mien. Tho Commercial Travelers' association The next time Fassett, tho defeated ilmvn h mnner. Tho sharner is not but it is claimed bv tlio express compa of New Kngland has determined to erect republican riimlidnto for governor n tIHt action tliti week, hut the farm ny that only 2S.8:l was secured. n monument for itself. This aoriation N'ew York, get his hands on an ollice, ersaro looking and longing for him, who -- At Memphis, Judge Duboise con- is ci)iniK-e- d of il.OOO of tho Miiartest and Goods Warranted and "a Perfect Kit Guirautecd. Give uitn ciU. lie will probably swing to it like grim will never come among them again ex- fined Col. Oeorgo (iutitt, ouo of the most wide awake men of the land. They lie can freeze on to andeath, or be sure city's ablest lawyers, in tho court room are in a rule men of intelligent .m,l cept to play them a heavier gamo. other ami better one before he lets go. "sweat box" for half an hour because good standing, or they could not r t.un the inanitions which they hold and i Tjik tepott comeefroni Lexington that he would not quit talking when told. He was a State .Senator when Harrison the high salmies which llnv re appointed him Collector of Xew York there is a prjspect of a personal collision In tho election to till the seat in ceive, llie association has decitU I ti s Parliament, lelt vacant by tho death of which he resigned to accept. When ho bstweeii Col. I. K. Caldwell, of the erect an industrial and ediirtt. il so ington Transcript, and Col. II. T. e nominated for governor ho ws Mr. Parnell, lledmond, the Parnelllte building at Good Will IIomtHwuid .. U, nf winning tlmt he resigned the ,'cin, of tho Tress, over diilerencs and candidate, was defeated by Flavin, the ente it to the work of wiring: bo . i iuh collectorship, but abts, there is many a criminations and recriminations growing MeCarthyite, whosu plurality was is, asU will admit, unuM pniiM-r H is out of the late primary election. Wo St FFVER, BILSOUSMEfSS, blip in political calculations. enterprise and ono that will comium looking around for a job uow and kick hop they will curb their angry ptuisionF, MeKinley bill went into itM-l- to nil cliches. Since the The homes now 8Uoltr nearly fi'tv PRICE HEADACHE AMD ALL ing himself for being such a fool as not however, and not report to bloodshed, ellect olti protests of importers have boys, who need n workroom mi I u (food thing. There is no m-of that to prove tho been tiled in tho ollice of the Collector of to know when he had a DISORDERS. CENTS M'hiwlroom lwdly. Many of tho 1.1 of either. The president will probably take care of FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Krvry com- there luivo mechanical tnstea Customs nt Cincinnati. uhuli .. him though. PREPARED Br RICHARDSON-TAYLO- R MED. CO. Sr.LOUlS MO. s """""p ,,.. nf ,.inrl . plaint holds that portions of the law ahndd receive oimouni(jreuieut and trainJca ""- " ing. Tho farm work is not adapted to and Jamestown, has established the in regard to duties is unconstitutional. nal, discussing tho The Courier-JoiIn the recent elections the secret all. but with tho now building nud result of the election last week, says: It Wayne County Xows, which we hope has been tested under widely dif- ami machinery which will bo ndded to means a fighting chance for the demo-cra'- s will grow and prosper beyond his most billot it the homes will havo taken a long ferent circumstance-- , with roenlts uni- stride toward the next year in evry Statu in the sanguine expectations. suoeful RcrouipliMli-incformly favorable. In Chicago tho ticket of it aim. Fairfield (.Me.) llnivt-pricUnion except Vermont, Pennsylvania, Piihsipknt Hauuison hain't issued lll was long and the voting complicated, Ohio, Nebraska and K.ins is, with a posThanksgiving proclamation yet. Indi- but the ballot secured almoluto fairness sible third party majority in the two lat- vidually a simkn sttii,. id,. i:Cjj. he has nothing much to be Mr. II. C. Fitzgomld, who reids Wp ter State". In other words, the republi- thankful for, but he might give us dem- to all parties. A night passenger ttnin on the miles Miiitliwest of Holden, tells ua a cans will have to contend for a do.en ocrats a chance. V..ti.m As Atlantic, was thrown from pooil one on an rsj hteulinf black.nako States hitherto carried by them without the track on a dangerous curve right that hns lw'ii oMrntiiif; anmnd his NEWSY NOTES. an effort, whilst the democrats have a .Mr. Fityjjernhl fiiniisliw! miles from Atlanta, by wieckers, who chicken hou pretty sure thing on Now York, ConAnother bridge is to span tho Ohio had removed the rails. A tramp, who one of bis hfii ne-- is with a finely iKlis,hiil necticut, Now Jersey and Indiana, with at Cincinnati, making live. was stealing n ndo was killed, but no iicbht, wiiuii is iieiintT a nun el nor something better than a fair show in Iluncommon thing for chicken raisers to There was a heavy fall of enow in xnie else was much hurt. do. On the .M'cond day tho nest eg linois and Wisconsin, to say nothing several parts of Virginia Thursday. During a thunder storm at LouisBoots, and iu wheiviiboute about Michigan and Iowa. The future not W. 15. Cable, a Catlettsburg lumber ville about o a. M., Sunday, lightning UiwovertHl until JH.t Sundiiv. () that i full of hope and it is also full of dan dealer, witli liabilities of $100,000, has as struck the lio.trd of Trade building, in day the son of Mr. FitssenTld killeil it gers. signed. Vhich are the main oil'icos of the West large blacksiink which he diKoverrd to Wheeler & Wilson Sewing .Machine Xo. y. The Italian wine crop is so large snake's AVm. M..Hah.v, whoso successfully that casks and barrels cannot be obtain- ern Tnlon Telegraph Co., doing dam- Iw umiMially large wlwr IHr Agent for Hrodhead Flour. age to the amount of $60,000 or over. stouiuch is srppoavd to Ih. The directed Major McKiuley'a campaign, ed to trausport it. onng Fitzgerald Iwl him to Highest market price paid for Feathers and Kjjki. for n long time accomhas proven himself an astute politician hold an autopny on the IkmIv of hU lvobert Charleton, colored, is to be The heaviest rain and is in line for his reward. Cincinna- hung at Henderson Feb. .", for the mur panied the storm, but it was iuaurrlcltmt and lo. the long lust egg was fonud to do much good. ti Commercial Gazette. From a repub- der of his mistress. to be the oiiw of the unnatural enlargeTho Court of Appds ulUrmtd the ment. Thu nat ogir-lulican standpoint, no doubt. Hut to dewiimIihnI in The round-housand three engines cent people the man w ho would send belonging to tho C. S. were biiruod at judgment of a life sentence against Os- the . vnnicions maw if th simku lor six II. J M.hf UK:ts w M iiii.;ins Whalen, for the vt-siiuiiieii (jio.j itemhi. car Downard and t fuch a dispatch to his superiors in eve- Lexington; loss $2",C00. of Samuel Voglosong, mar as ho did to Mills and Crisp, ry respect Tho republican majority in Penn- assassination I.uiik Out, lliijut after the election, crediting them with sylvania on thu two Su olHcers elect- - sliid of Falmouth, and added: "The The girls are crowding tb oollegtv, . . . ,. appellants moat, as for as thin conrt is Uiis year. '2if, only ant th woman's the largeness of the republican majority and offering to employ them to continue concerned, sufi'er punishment, which a c.lh-g- s full, hut tu irwtitutiuiw which lJ- Th(, Cochrail.Flllton Distillery Co., Fpeaking, is nothing more nor u'M and Cochran & Fulton, Louisville, as- - seemingly merciful jury Iih awarded allow coeilucatitw iu auy are Our Stock of- than a conceited ess or a blathering id- signed for halt a million. for a crimo, which, as far as this record filling the preurv. The conxwatiou is almost without jmmllel for de- of nwii iiiitverMty recMtly decidwl Ui iot. TheLuray Inn, at tho Lurny, Va., shows, of admit girls, and sevn lutvo alivady It was insured for $10U,- - liberate murderous iutont and want Clivei burned. junked exan'tinntion for tbw frwhiiien Ax examination of the vote in Vow excoeo." 0(W a(I business was dull. cIhk. whu-l-i will Hnniueroror ISO luem-lte- i. York shows that the Cleveland and Hill j Tho Keoley gold enru for drunkenIs now almost cimpli-tYnng uin. th girls will President Wancbnrd, of tho Marino and wo uill bcfablc to how to the pcoplcf men got together beautifully. The reness, which has ben so much adver yim "if yon don't watdi mtt," Spring-fielover it Hanking Co., of Ktvitus City, is wanted LiiiLuiiiLoumyas cumpietr a .sUvl;, we think, ns has ever bent publicans are much disturbed Union. tised of late, is proving a "fake" of the oi'feieil and some of ihe lenlers are frank enough for forgery oud other rascality. their inp ttion in Ool John Mines, of Nsw Tho Masons at Chicago placed the worst kind. H' tlir M'immoii l'nii I AlMiiiilaiit. to confess that they do not seo what is who was a conspicuous evidence York, Tlv 'ioiini cr.ijt this oii pt-ato prevent Cleveland and the democratic capstone on their 20story building, Fri- of its efficacy, has just died from drink to le a law one, and tho lovers of "os-suday, with imposing ceremonies. party from prevailing at the next elecau tter" will no doubt bo liounti-fullGood fat dot meat is said to bo a t WnnkvvHll'a inland, and Dr. L. S. Ma tion. Massachusetts, Connecticut, Iowa hiipplit-- with thirtioiulartoutliorn jor, of Chicago, has sued Keelov for liand Indiana are also reasonably certain sure cure for consumption and several bel for using his name in a circular -- Cor. Atlanta OiuMitutiou. h. ia Indiana are testing it. to give democratic imjorities and at this Patients Dr. Major is a Mrs. JellerMin Davis has decided to without authority. time it looks very much like tho repub man and Keoley represents him have the body of her husband interred licans will find their Waterloo in 18112. R. R. G12NTRV as a reclaimed drunkard. Covington l, in tho Hollywood Cemetery at ' I Cjri.Inle lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, !. Commonwealth. SuNATOit Siieiimax thinks that the Va. jtctto the action of th l)emHratK irty. Mrs. Zack Ward, of Nelson, poisonfree silver plank in thu Ohio democratic FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. platform, similar to the one Illackburn ed her husband and eloped with Dr. N. run on in the Kentucky convention, cut Pope, between whom au intimacy had California will ship o.OOl) cars of or- ! a ca Till J a big figure in Campbell's defeat. It long existed. nnnes Fast this seapon. lie for rtsVctlon a SlierltT. Sul.j. t HIcii'n might have cut some figure here too A Mr. Harlison, of California, the John I'ityue sold to James B. Rob- toMrir action of Oie lcmcracy ItlcrtieH No if the large majority largest beekeeper in tho world, has agaiiiBt our ticket inson mule colts for ?J10. And Gents' Furnishing Goods. Wefaro still ole agents for of our people weren't democrats and hives, producing 200,000 pounds of McConnell Bros., of Woodford, sold the old I?lue-Gras- s reliable waterproof HL'KI.L HOOTS. ."() mules at S.M). For 1 didn't fail to swallow any kind of a dose honey in a year. James to F. After three attempts to take his life, tho politicians care to administer. It. II. Bronaimh bought ontbobtreet One IiuniWril "and kcint) .eight and one Itulf M.ie of xooit land, In a liljjli Mate ot iiliivition lames G. Maxoy, a wealthy farmer of yesterday 15 yearling at SN.50. r A Iart, Ntltndxl new barn, two .aMiuaiid Th order of the Com..,.u.der..nCh.ef Murrmvl)on, 0O(limitu), MUlVhlt. by ,1BI . BroiiHUsh & Middleton hold to Rob- other oinhouw- -i Will Hell clwjp . Thin land lie. ,, unit fntm llutonil!e, Ky of the U. A. It., ben. Palmer, that niem-, B oxen at i to ;! ,n ,iJa bBnji Il1J8t.f ert Bos, of Madison, S. l TA(i(i. bers of tho body muHt not participate in Fjf ,ckea Mien hu.e bejjn tQ cents. Si-Stanford. K deinonstratloiMvhere the Confeder-- . fe, nfoj.e Ui o any (,8 flt .S. CJ and i. Gover, of Pulaski, sold here . ,9 displayed, shosthat ho wants lmmm ate ju TSIineasee um, if at- - yesterday to Josh Jones IS yearling catto do something without knowing what. (LATK AI.KXA.NMtVK'S ItOTKt.. tacked will make a bitter liht. tle at '2i. , He needn't try to make any notoriety The minem are never satibtiod. Now ia Joe Jellerson broke tho rain tho Han buaineas. Buck Fiu. Fo at Knoxthey are rid of convictp, the VaihI Ten-- I ing record by going it in REXOVATKI) AND IMPROVED. ker has the cull on that. S'lANKOltD, KY., nessee minoM arj makiiiK more trouble ville, Ind. Simon Weil bought of J. F. Moore, JOSKP2I COFF1RV, siriKiu lor a woiiiiiirii. Tut editor of the Atlanta Constitution, .52.50 l for Goldsinith, a wtirload ot 1'iance has just launched her ureat though a lonj; ways from tho Buokeyo jeiirrson, center and lirc-eStreets. opposite Court House, Wtntu uiiiins tit Iihvh t)u tlou'ii warship, tho Brennus, which took '2 cattle at 5 cents. ami rlurdibej; l im.w 01 hi Uriel, LOUISVII.LK, KY. of in my charge ud intend to conduit it to nun sold to Johnson, A. T fi,000,0i). j in Ohio i'mrn to ,,"i'(' ',,I " line when he savs: " fhe not tuhiyh rfputottoa, t't u a,.d good Miuinmn.'j' to lt luit li.t ol frfndv is useless to make a cam- - ' "rhaps she will lend it to us when wo Boyle, lfihoad of extra shows that it A. W Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. ,. Mar.hall,;riaks. and Uii for 'niaurcial travlr fc.lriot) room f. r old heifers at :$ cents. lini.rii nf tliH iiMinrnnt l"ht Cblli. the dU'y of anil. of entries to the American Ktlitor Fortune, colored, was awanl- The list end ungodly." .. 1SI)2, A First-Clas- s Saloon !.... hjc ........ '...1 'iniiinKrs tm .1... UAinui ,.f Oii ilnillM Driiby, to be run in Chicago iu And HIl.t.IAKI) and POOL ItOOMS :K colu and lllliea. The Newport Journal thinks that a Now York hotel for refusal to soil him JOSEPH COFh Cleveland-'-m- y is the comiiii; color, but Warren Rofittri bought of Samuel drink and a.?aultitm him when he fail-i- f lit M..1I...I. !.: ...n...(.nrn ", - tmf lllllTl.I - Iowa $10 bill ed to no out. Boi. h not nominated I'"IHIDUIl III3i;iU'U" to tho wretched punster who, with Sam u is rumored at Knoxville that the iu the Held. Parte News. The above is a cut of Dicks l'at Gaines and Chailey Meachatn, ought to secret society known as the Molly Mh- Mr. Josiah Bishop has rented of STo-cut Keed Cutter, the best cutter hti burned at the stake. gu ires has been revived in East Tenno- - Mrs. S. II. King her farm on Hanging V nffer to tltctuhlic for nil purposes on the market. t.nrn si i Hrl see and was concerned in the recent re- - Fork for ttto year of -' for 57i'f) tile whlcli w j re running in oanitcliuii with nu, 'I'm: republieaiiH in Kansas were so V. T. XtlllllulUiV bought of K. B. OriK:erv ami Cunle- nonary. nf Call and examine. I also have Our terw art. cr happy over downing the alliance that cattle, rruinitlilr ind our turnout art- all new ml .u Beazley :!0 hogs at .. centa and The State Board of Prison jiooilkhane W. CVKKIKKA I'KIKKl the they held a big jolitieation meeting at tora met ItowUnd, K 7 im ai .Mi.inviiie ami (tecuiea 10 it weighing 1)00 pounds, at --' eenth. Topeka and besides doing other ailly CommUdioner WiIhoi; hhvh all Kenuirn no convict.s to tiiu mines until as- things, burned President Poll:, of the al- siired that safe and comfortable stock-- tiieky crops are good except wneat. ne liance, in elligy. Good ades have been provided. corn and tobacco yield ia excellent And the TlltJ wmtraclow refuse to pay the Then' are Mi new 2::!0 performers to It ia lens than a month till Uongreai which swells the lint ) for the rCtllril (if tllU COllViCtrt. lltlt report this week, Quick Rising Buck Wheat '" mnalu anil tliu tU, .h.otinnu nvitr 1,'JOO for the seasou so Flour, Maple Syrup, Rolled Oats, time between now and then will be put tIie governor of Tennessee is ordering it to something over Cracked Wheat, Imported Mac iu speculating who will be the Speaker. paid for each ono returned and charging far. Huguely, Buster ic Uobinson, of aroni, Cream Cheese, Strawberthe amounts up to them. Car of Kanawha Salt just received. Mills seems to have the call now. stallion, ry, Pine Apple, Quince and Rasp- MissTenio McKwan, of Frankfort, Boyle, "sold tho Stakk Coc.vrv, U., is not much on has sued the L. & X. road for $."0,O0O Woodsprite, to a Miwouri mnn for ?s,- - berry Preserves in bulk, Lemon and Currant Jelly in bulk, Peach favorite soniem. It is.McKinley's home, damages for injury while a passenger on 500. but it gave Campbell 154 majority. .Shu defendant's train.'at which time sho whb commissioner sold yesterday and Armlr Buttpr. Pirtkles. nlain. . Tho may lovo MeKinley well, but she evi- -! shot by the colored man. the Peter Butt farm of 10- -' acres at$:!:!.05 dently hates protection more. ()oB of the convicts who were turn- - to Joseph Cofley and 1.0 acres on Bix r: r; ed loose at Briceville, was shot and river, known as tho Ball place, at $10.05, Dressing, Mustard Dressing, GraT. . The Bowling Oreeu Democrat is :. killed nt Lebanon Junction by a guard ted Horse Radish, New Prunes, toll. O. Walter. uu ai.t-i.- i GROCERY" lgs, Raisins, California Apricots wiuftv, ....W..I. ..v. w.v .. ,i. i;ccr who was trying to arrest him uic He was Capt. T. W. Bottom reports a very Btrawberry blonde who edits it, and not day, with only about 50 cattle and Peaches. Cranberries, Stana colored man named Wood. dull court only feels like tho Morningstar, but is steers dard Canned Fruits and VegetaGenesee county, Michigan, has paid here yesterday. the great original himsell. cattle 2 cts., bles of all kinds. Corned Beef. $1,IS2.;V) bounty on Bparrow heads withbrought ti cents; :;.year-olDeviled Ham, Chicken, Turkey, Whitley County Herald, Uuruey in eight months, which means that :!!, plug horses $17 tc;5; work mules $10 to &c, Fancy and Plain Candies,, The 1" of these birds have been decapitato $'.X). Ono Pat cow hold at 21 cents. Bros, proprietors and republican in poliurcen of uaices, ruts, uauiorma I). C. Torhune bought a ted within tho county limits. Cheese, Fruits, Bananas, all in great Vatics, has been received. It is an Cigmond Sommerfleld and his sou, mule colts in Harrodsburg court day riety, and tho issue before us i3 as newsy Fresh and Nice, nothing Felix, bankers of Berlin, committed sui- that averaged S:i". He also bought on but the Very Best. 8 newing aociaty. old cide together in their private ollice. Tuesday 20 extra line fat Lamps, Glass- - and Oucenswnrc, Tin- - and J,Woodenvare, Fruit Jars, choico af (:5 head, of Legislature will be o'J Their bank is a wreck and they chose mules, being the The Ohio G9 Opposite Portman House. Jelly Glasses, &c. death to facing their creditors. on joint ballot. T. F. Alexander at $1U7.50. Advocate. Semi-Weekly Interior journal The capacity of tho average man, ea- -l l.'-'O- O i I i l,(t00-poun- d WALTON. ! Falllfand Winter Goods 3T-1-- ) 4f1gtli .H.6.RUPLEY,-DOCTOR .en-mau- d : gm TAYLORS ilKiCliRSwc Iex-wa- Diin-nur- 2. I W emm Sb j f MALARIAL j I ,,.., - -- n t.l ut e. JUST RECEIVED. FULL ST06K GENERAL .MER6HANDIS3 Staple Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Ladies' Jackets; 1 wt-r- e Man's and Boys' ClofIiiji?, Sioex, J fats and Caj)s,yardn'a?'G and Qucenxwarc. inqitKi-Uvvii- n.ikH-shi- p, e id W. E. PERKINS, CrabOrchard. S-ot- ., NEW GOODS -- ilrfe FALL AND WINTER GOODS. c In-- at d -- n -' y li-- Men's and Boys' Suits and A I fr tern-peranc- w Overcoats, Kioh-nioni- J -- J. MENEFEE, Men's and Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, and Uoys' Hats, Neckwear, iS--j. (,-0- 15 Farm Sale , M'ROBERTSI&HIGGiarS. 1 ( PORTMAN HOUSE THE WILLABD, Kates Per liny. 7:-- THOROUGHLY l,.)U-iouiu- Ir'r. ;or. , f.. .d re-ml- t '"' 111 1 1 two-yea- r- il f I (iilm-.itin- 1- (?.-ll- - jT-i- Dieks ' latent Feed Cutter Studebaker Wagon ' Xrivery Stable. ! 1 ''.- Im-pee-- ! 1 1 Everything to Eat. S'-- . OLIVEK PLOW, with Genuine Extras d J B. FOSTBB, j ssists JESSE Go to A A WAEREN'S (ODEL ..-- jri-ut- o .!. Two-year-o- ld d J For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, 1 S.col-uni- n car-loa- d Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; I. WEAKEN, V VN t Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoukhal Ivy., Novkmiiku 10, 1S91 tate. Stanford, B.C.WAUTON.BuaManaRerl j i MEANS remly. Please nml Mttlt. A. IJ. Penny." IlAVKyour witli, dork ami jewelry repaired at A. K. lViuiy'n. Ail work vrarranted. ItiiMKMiiKit that sill silverware, watches, rlnp, Ac, bought nt A. K. Penny 'h will b engraved frii of rharue. PEilSOHAL POINTS. oKli!rEwt Yorii is now IJUSINESS. 7T7, i y . .1 11 y I became bo yesterday in tho excitement over the lire ami th ri'inmvil of hlu uifk- ivifn Mn. A. V. Uaki'KNTgii presenti'il her that he wan almost wild and liad to be! husband with another Rirl u fw tlrtys j imt under nieilical treatment. nro. Tiik county cotirt was void of interest Stiuvkdok.Stomcn. A toA yearling yesterday. The will of John L. Dayton -liuifur. I,ihuml rewnni for her p'turn. wiih admitted to probate and bin wifo oiottu Ilunrv r.Iank(!ii8lip, Preaulieravill". St " iiualiiit'd as 'xocutrix. A number of nesro, is in chnnges in rot surveyors completed the Sam Hrsr, n "t Unwlor for uttemptln, to mpo htisinegH. nh-- j littloOIHf Jlaoklny, the Shriiipp Diunto.v, of Pulaski, waq hero The o( Mnr.hal Unmiltoii. Tim urtis liv Saturday searching for u couple of ne- best nk. p,rHnoh. 0 groes who bad broken into his house .. and stolen V0 in money and several A mtti.r ehiM of H. l' lloiton, of till county, wm burnt! to notes. He t meed them to this place, dtrntb in New Albany, Saturday, by toll- but oottld Jwflr nothing further from ing into a piin of hot catsup. The body tb am. t(F U was brought to HirhUiid for in term nt price of wiiu-Qt'OTiM. Stanestin-atrun- R Wastrh. To borrow $2,000 on real Inrjitirn ot thin ofici'. Mn. F, L. CLUToni) - l ( m m DON'T BE DECEIVED ,., y, 3-; 1 J- -n proja on tie goods lie sells. Now some peo-poffer to sell below cost, r,. You have to look out for they wilt take the bluest profit they can Set. Others are satisfied with as small n. prol n c swle and those are the houses yoiu should o to and buy your winter oods. Louisville Store is one of those houses and we promise to dive uon tho value for your money you ever got in your life. Our stock of a. le t- ,.rinercnanv lias w maito r; 10, uV m obii jjwoiw ibb uuw w. juuarij swisiute 'nan, mows for-mor- ly II u 1 J tj vdtwo LJ fllaih.wffl ?J..l.lUiJLl.l.8 Xii H wawEKa&ac IWs J.UMliiN esfeeeiss iaswtfFSB IB IMniN flflfl iOM Xwm the "AvKXi.Kti," Ixxikwl to appar huro Thursday nibt next, hs failed ho far to show up ami perhaps it is boaL Our psople are not (Kirtial to tragedy. They like soinelhinK lively and full of fun like "Metiiuty'H Troublm," which Ls now beini; billed and which they can enjoy to their hearts' content, Tuesday Shanks. eono to ninlit, 17th. Mhs. MAiiriiA m i.i winter with her A KtoiiilH to uponil the ikiatcii from 1'aHs Hays; "While returning from Winchester, Homer ilauehter. U. Wkahks, n student of l'mf. and his wife, mother and sister weie tiito. Oolb'k'i', at Uxiiigton, thrown from their vehicle bv tin- - Iiod-cSniitliV Hindu running away. All were coiisiderahtv U at home for a few days Mn. lira Knoi.km .n now a ftilMtalpiHl hrutacd, and Mrs Homer (Mdwin wnsnn- .Sh is now .xingtniiian, spent Sundfiy Willi bis coiirciou for several boui Mrs. Oldson w4 Mi Lena parent- - and fHenda here. Mh. .1. II. Vaniiook, of Urodhsnd, was Williams. down yestenlny :toao Ids 1Ib, who is jhxor rmtKiKurno! the trentment rjultu ill at Mr. O. .1. Crow's. Kivoti by our Ixilerille Mpeclalinl, Dr. ngiUi-to- r Mm. Jack Miiam, tho I(h, who Is ltd ventolin' and uiaking for Dan MtKiinty's TronWea Co , is monthly vfeils bore, has Inniii the eaiiM iiwrw fixing for iU coining on tlw lUi. McAt-tbTKiilia- Mr. It. Zimmck i in Cincinnnti. I.immr Wjmox, of Lexington, Bpent .Sunday with relative here. line. Naxnik Oirwn, of Huatonrille, U t Im clival of Mrs. Dr. I H. Cook. Mn. .1. H.Mrl'iiKHsoN liwvert to visit bis brother in Missouri. Mn. and Mih. I.. A. Kahim", of Somur-an- t ptnt a fnw dnyi with rekillvoB lioro. , Mns. T. . Mohiiow-- of i'oiiienwt, was with tlie JiuIko horn Msvond days last week. Miss May Aiami. nlovdy little blondo offr.iyn, i the imeht of Mlsi Anno s the "With Tim "MuUinty'H was good. spring MiihIc, sinciinr, tbinrinj;, uprrwron fun water at 10 cents a hnrrl front lKliiiiliiK to the end. The merri- and -- " csnU a barrel delivered, the people of Kentucky will have ment a iiimu uctfi out of Hueh enturtnin-iiiuutadds dura to his life. aouh and to bestir ihoinaolvefl to keep the prohilive Ion. llarrodsburc Saying. At bition vote from dropping out altogether." Walton's ()prn llouou Nov. 17. ford Courier-Journa- l loin-porsn1 in says: in tho r in Louisville en sale. Carpels, etc., is coinplese and prices are cut to suit the most critical buyer We also have some more oft lie dama&'d clothing from our burned stora 1 m Old-so- n Tun cry for rsin among the farmers could be heard on every hand yesterday Water cannot be gotten for lovo nor money in gome localities. Tho giw-- is entirely dried up and will bo no account for winter. Yesterday a high wind w.ir making the oartb still drier rfnd render ing business out of doors extremely though the people who attended court didn't seem to mind it very much. These winds must bring rain before very long, for which let us nil pray. s le, Mens' Jeans Pants, 60 cts. Mens' Jeans Coats, $1.20. Mens' all wool jeans pants,90e. Mens' suits $2.50. Mens' cassimere pants $1. Boys' suits $2.25. eachcustomer who buys $20' 's worth of goods from us one Fine Hocking Chair It is not necessary to buy all these doods at the same time. Gome in and get your book au'd we will keep account of your purohases. AWA Y:---To SC3-G-- S JLJtTID Bought at the highest market vrice. FEATHERS 3IAKES AND GA2SRUHX, ran.ijjers. ci -- h , br." elr ! riueial agent of the lbdt IJu, Is iIhwii il- to use hla ston fatliwr, Mr. Iteubn te mneh better. Hnnw, who JimK WAi.TKiiloftHiiMiny for t)rUn- rt. Kla., whent lit wnt to Join bis brother In Ue mercantile btiMiiutH. Max. K. U Cmfomii unrwd supine- - j rlyti- stroke Satoniay tMliKHfcsM now in a very critical condition. and m Must Nan akh Kit Raiuiihak and MUh Auuio HunKhMMiu ar visiting their uncle, Jlr. J. K. Itanshniaii. Uw wek. Mr. Umkknbkmmv Bhi.iit Hossaid to bo much worso ywttorilay and it is lhoght lie can live but a abort time. He years oki. Is nimrly Ca it. J as. Uicu, of Uie K. 0., made hte trip lioro Snturtlay. lit is to be mtu'ouilwl bv ConducUjr JiiIIwh Voat ami the enptoin gets a better Job on tho Main ! out for even years. Mar the doctor's trip l lone and the good work continue in the amnio way. H.mm.v Hi Mii,sj;Wr .,.,..., ht. A oispaub from thai J. W. lUstin. geueral of the Uurel Coal Co., wss TiUs-btirgai- - lt 'Jv tells us that they are not connected of the WeM Mud's fairest, namewith the Salvation Army or any other ly, Misses Hellc, Jesuln and Knt Cook l.liuoln Circuit Court. Oils; organization. Their boIo object is to spending a and I.ou Docker, have been I.iicv H K lic!e, Ac , Plaintiff,. Cera Uhixlei, In Kipiity. c , defrrtdanli. save souls by reaching those who do not few days at Mrs. li. . Cooper's and Mrs. go to church. A number of persons ofa juilltmtMt rpinternl in the above Ttoburt McAllBter's. gave their hands to Mr. Hice yesterday-an- d Mvlnl mcat th October lerir., i&jt.of ant cotirt, ln TiiKllnnubbuig Dimociat I will ull be tells us that more than :00 have l.uther H. (iivens has bought out his thus testified since be , came to Ken AVediicselay, Nov. 25 partner in tho livery business there and tucky. It seems a pity for a young and at a. m., or thereaUaut'. on the farm, which is pays hiiu a iiigh compliment as a busi-iit to do all kinds attractive woman to jeopardize her In I.iikoIii county. Ht. in tli- rll neihHorhoo4 ot And JKWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r ks man and a gentleman. to tho hiRhtt Shplbvatid lunction Citm. health and ruin hT splendid voice by biJJcr at public auction the follow inz iUcril.eJ of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Mu. Tiiom r Mutcai.i took charge of Cit. Mart Smith is in another scrape, r.sking)all kindaof weather, but Mrs. Hice properl,to.wn: a valuable fKrm of First, the farm lately purchased of Mr. .leiome Saturday afternoon he cut Ike Burkett Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, Sparks and moved his family there Tues- in the left tide to the hollow, making a s.iid when told so that she had rather day and night. III Acres and one Rood die in the service of the Iml than live day. Jessamine is always glad to wel- wound that may prove fatal. Sometime in the service of tho devil. of xno.1 furnunir lam!, which h.n upon it a come oitob excellent people to Iter midst. ago Smith had the llurkett boy employ cmellmj hounc, nood tatn and voun orchard Journal. ed to drive his oxen and during the in,three koo1 springsand other improvements, Fiiik. Ycnterday was a day for (ires and er of r.cer t'uilinu Cm.. W. O. 11k.mii.kv returned from time one was badly cut with a knife. and Stanford did not escape. Tho resi- Said tiiriii convenient to lwith sthooK and a good neihbtrlnwd and bounded Louisville Sunday, whore hi went to Smith iicciimnI the boy of it when they dence of Mr. T. M. Pennington, on lower il.uri.hf, in at none corner to Sinion in Oi I' have iiiH thriMt examined again. His met Sat unlay sml applied a very rilthy Main, was observed to be on lire at noon line of Mr Apule Hawkin. thencea with her line I Ieadquarters For and 14 links to Mono N". i' N i ,' Ii. 14 F n pole s link ti.a Jriends will lie glad to know that his epithet. The boy replied, "You can't and the alarm soon brought tho court ,0 poles illnk,S. I. H theme In line N. lone,, crier doctor pronounced it much butter, tho' liluli me" and as be put bis band in bis dar visitors and citizens to tho scone. n.,le linL, to Helm W j. p N". 4jJ4 4 link, N 'M'4. , corrn-rtr.ider, thfnce N 7? 6 V. do'. the tonsils are still in a bud lix. K)cket, as Smith nvers, be Mnbbed him. The wind was blowing a hurricane and liHka to orner N. rH W. 3 pole V. 4 pol " a V no ptlone. Smith sifter v. ml took him to the doctor although every effort was made to save of Sit!ion. iH link to the K. pole CITY AND VICINITY. and remb'red other irld to bin victim. it and the furniture the flumes swept so theinr S. iy, ell an A lo ut the ame flaw and idi, I wi'l A loop piano ssle cheap, Apply S.tiire J" tnkuer, iieannx oi the trouble, rapidly that little of eonsoijuoiiee was undivided one half istcreM in went to bis bottle and arrested Smith, aveil. The carriage-bouscoal and nt Una othce. 7 TOWN LOTS IN JUNCTION CITY, who on the pretense of going into an- other sl burned and it was Kok anything to eat and served in any other room after bissbovH, struck and thu. v out of with xreat ditliruity that the adjacent Movie i nun S'oand dcrlled ll'-- l.ottiided whick No irt. l't the 1. .llutd inK and Springi, Stteet. style, go to It. Zimmer's reUurant. X. R. a bark door and made bis escape. building wire kept from burning. Tho lie- - Utvren and ontjun ots- 1,000 of an ac.e; eeon.i, a I"' l!e ltween Main trail country ptonle viiil with tho town peo- ill block No. 3, mus a mely court day in Yhmtbiu'an Tiik circuit eouit alter a toil let in of SpnnirSireet 'I hear lot. re separated .by Ij. ovury respect. It was exceedingly dm-t- r Is juiidical days, did not adjourn till U ple in rendering assistance, but it was cut Mrett, one i acrei. the Third. 4 " " block ofan fruitlt-asMr. Pennington held $1,732 other mid dissgrccalile and if anyiKafy had lot N. l hi.h f una hrk from Main .Irwet; acre- No. i. m. Saturday. Though there neie no insurance i of an lot in the- Northwestern National, lln blik, conuiwill Soi tiny money he kept it to himself. unusually important cuteti, auvu the l an acre; lot j No toiitaiiiiBK 31,'V0 on the house and f. ::'.' on tho fur- r.muming nooof an acre; lo' No 4 Cimiain-Ini- r tu bitch .SauuileiH cum, and no convictions to the niture. Miss Mary Yarnoti hud Lost. A ubite and 177 loou acres. Said lot will firat he olVrcd 10 or eparaliy and lhn a a whole, the bid realizing of uiedium sue. Hie has a toe nail on ' pomteiitiaiy and but ouo to the county more of.tbuigs in the building which wero Hip VSwr dm. nHt money will be accepted. . . agnsit .leal of work was done, m "Wi? X.. "I. , TKRMSIhe on a credit ot lintercut in one front foot and one hind one that insuriHl, though she had not obtained said loin will be aoMaiullviilwl monlha prcially in civil buslnors. Since last relooks as if it had been mashed oil'. Kindcredit of nv sold on permission to put them there. Mrs. Pen- Hut the id farm will befour year a In tiin.il in munth, twoyearaard er please return to this nllice or to us port tho jury in tho case of J. W. nington, Miss Amanda Ooggin and Miss talliiienl, lolil rutjHiredol tho ptirih.iirr w th I)e lerln for $10,000 'damages against having the force an and receive a liberal reward. A. VI. Foxie loot nearly their entire wardrobes. app oe.i aperaonal security, eifeit of judmtut, heannice per etut iniercM the L. A N., awiuded the pluiutiiT $1,000, McAlister. Hundley or Kobert ititeret on i m.l 4 Mrs. N. A. Tyree lost a considerable Iroiu dale unlit paid ami . . ear Imrnta to lie paid aniiuall, anil a urn lob' ' the same amount a former juiy awardIP I MUM . m mr MrWS Aim IBHfBfflW amount by rough bundling in getting retained upon the property e4U until all Hie y Tin: news of tho failure ofjthe bank at ed. The case of the Comiuon wealth vs. c inoiiex i paid. Floienee, Ala., caused some uneasiness A. M. Feland for throwing dead hogs in tilings out of her bouto adjoining and so ;j ii. M. i.VIOX, MC I t C. among the Siaufonl holders of the First a stream was disunited, and his inunc- did Mr. F. L. Clifford. It was almost a WTRepairing neatly and prompt-- ' of National Hank stock in the same town, tion suit to restrain the county court miracle that Mrs. i'yree's houses wero I") I 1 . f t lair.iMi frm lrlh:lrd, X I J IN L.lacreaoii Crab as tho Humes wero overlapping 1TV ly done. but it is probably not e! lee ted by it. from paying White, Carman and others saved, " J" W H M1U.KK Tho last report from the cashier sc.id the the claim allowed them was also dis- them, but by heroic offoits the llro was 7k,:r Work: kept oil. First National was nourishing. missed at his cost. The suit of .1. R. I will take old gold or silver in exchange ior goods. (Stanford, Ky.) vs. tho city of Stanford was also Uev. H. II. Caldwell will preach at One of tho convicts recently released dismissed. The will of Joseph Page, Walnut Flat the 4th Sunday at U a. m. from the liriceville, Teiiu., inbies, made a. c.six 1: J X.MENEKEB which cut Mrs. Mary Page Joued off with and Saturday at :! i m., instead of ..Sunvearlin;; trotter, mu- filly Two t:iudiint-breapplication for aid to Judge Yiunon the estate between Mrs. day. to Salllc Vajf.ni, :j8, by Danwlle $130 and divided colt, lull iter Friday. He was a very pitiable object, Wilkes. A yirluii colt by I'ence, dam by A. M. Frye, John 1). Pago and Mrs. Ceo A dispatch dated at Valparaiso Nov. Mei.ciijer; ud dam the d.un or Marvel, being almost dead with consumption. W. . Adams, was set aside and the prop- .S says the Chilian government is seek- 1 j OVVSI r.Y A XI XXKI.I.KV. r, t The judge helped him to tho amount of erty ordered to lie divided equally beThe best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. ing .1 friendly solution of the difficulty ? I and the poor fellow was 60 full of tween tho four, the jury deciding that with the I'nited States over tho trrD CAT 17 or UKNT An excellent Farm LUMBER, gratitude that be could hardly speak. SASH, oALEj finely Improved. S.105 acrei, oil the old gentleman was not in condition sailors' incident. OmtKV. Mn IhR pike, j milea from depot. DOORS, Perry ran two to made a will, tor was unduly influencKninkkiwMka w and Hartfoidisa republican town, but SHINGLES, bead foremost, near Ha- ed. Tho attachment by Johnston Ibos. the Hartford Hepublican says that "as SIDING, "hogs" together A; Co., by which they sold out tho stock Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. zel Patch, tearing up the "animals" the law now stands it is a fraud and a MRS. FRANK MB.THEWS. and smashing up numerous and ofS. S. Myers, was declared to have nuisance, and is almost as bad as if there PUKOHASINQ AGENT, sundry cars, tieorgo .Milluirn, a nrwge been wrongly obtained and they wero was an open saloon on every comer." : : : : Illinois. We carry a full stock of everything found in a Secretary Rusk says in his third an- Chicago, carpenter, was badly hurt, but the crows mulcted with tho costs. A special term -Sj rivuioutli I'lace or tSI'J Wenlworth Ave. It is said was fixed for Dec, 7th. Judge Morrow nual report that values are well sustainescaped with little damage. his orders as left for Monticello Sunday, apparently ed and tho increase in agricultural prothat Perry misunderstood Comniistiou c per cent Remit by Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract York Exchange or by to the meeting point. Ail trains were none the worse for wear for a labori- ducts over the year previous will not be Order, l'ostal Note, New lor haraim in all lines Kxprtas. Opportunities SINE & MENEFKE, Stanford, Ky. or building. ous term. t33m ol good unaurpaned, delayed from 0 to PJ hours. less than $700,000,000. e IJiU'- - Sfterely injured by fulling shttft in tho He was inspecting tho work mine. with k miner named Carr, when the slate gave way mid mucht them. Mr. J U. Itii k, known as the Western Hoy ItMtin is a iiativu of this county, v linrc ' Kysngelist, and his pietty young wife, be has many friends, wlio will regret his miefortuntf. He l a Hun buaiiittbs have been hoi. ling forth on the streets man ami baa by sltiady and detei mined for several doysand nigbta, to audienelfort made ImjUi reputation and money. ces that apparently assembled more out of curiosity and the novelty of tho Cot i.v Two. A. II. Henderson? u thing than anything olse. Mis. Kice is brakemnn on freight train 2, was miss-oi- l a bride of only a few days and is pog by the other members of the crow a sesicd of n swiet voice, which bo uses short while after leaving Williamsburg, with good ellect in song. .Mr. Kice Friday, and the train backed to that point in search of' him. After much Investigation bis body was found in the lower end of the yard wedged between a couple of car wheeU and nearly cut in two. It is supposed that the unfortunate mutt fell while switching and was killed immediately. His home was at Kuoxville, where ho had a wife and sever children. 1 who pull-ethe delayed express into Louisville Snturday. msde the run in a remarkably quick time. We timed him at numerous points and found that he was making more than a milo a minute when tho conditions were favorable. Expressing surprise nt his nerve and sugyesting the published stiitement that engineers logo their nerve as they grow older and have U) be retired from express trains to slow froights, he said: "1 have seen the stnloineiit, but it is all bosh. A man never lose bis nervo so long as bo his Icsltl: and lets whisky alone. I know eneiii"ers who have long ,811110 pasted inlddlejsge, who run as f&t as anybody. True, age and experience will meko a man moie careful and less apt to take doubtful risks, but that is no sign of loss of nerve. It in discretion." ie-tai- K.vuiNiiHU S. W. Pkttimo.vk, d THE JMr "LOUISVILLE A. UKZSANSKY, Main Street, Stanford, Ky, STORE Proprietor. j!irD sjiL ii LrX.b: l Ala -- LrA.L AND- STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. and Portable. All Stationary, power. sizes up to Semi-Portable 26-hor- mm MKra r- Unequaled in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Write for Few Illustrated i'rfni;i'.tt arnl your wanfj to imm - .OfiH?- - l4m.JE a --if.m W6f A ! T2E25 T.'.v ok JA55ES rtr LEFfEI. & CO., oss-j- siKis(.r:n d, iihio : W&H Thn loport that th' 1". . gunbont Haltinioie bad been blown up in CiiilihU waters is not confirmed. In a freight accident on the C. A: of nhinky was wreck Sundnv nwir-luned and men and boys for milea around and cot drunk. Hocked to the d !3b 0 NEW ADVKRriSEMKXrJ. Complete Line of School Sooks, School Supplies, Commissioners's Sale. Newest Styles in Fancy Stationery and Tablets. The Best and Purest White Lead and Heady JILved Paints and Neat's Carriage Paints; tn Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks Sil- n out-huil- B.IC.&W itoves, WlfEAftEN V. -- I . Imk-i- o . . 1 - 5 bejt-n- - )r e, out-hous- I . - t bi-- 1 7"i-- Heating Stoves, king Stoves Stoveware, I. . ji'i-i- in-r- 1 i'"f - N-- i Stovepipe. PESEL, a II liver-coloie- d Ji - no-h- alf X B0BT. I r- -. ha-- v iim --- T 1. 1 1 Al-for- d All War rati ted. Fine Watches a Specialty. r Fine Trotters For Sale. d holdtiiliMiUi--p.irlneri.hip- Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, Jbilti-mor- e I 1 T rUr Ml fear-full- y WOVEN WIHE A1TD SLAT 3C.TJMBEH FE1TC2L Pot-Otii- FIRST CX.ASS YARD. 1 j 4 aU J.2 I av emi-Week- ly InteriorJourna day AT CLEAN THE FOULl'.Y HOUSE. Win- PubllBtaod Bvory Tuoadnr and Fr eivn It n Good (lultii; Oser lleforn -- When n.4 K. o paid $2.50 w'll ke charsed.-- i.. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7 Train Rowland at L. & N. LOCAL oo a. m , returning it 5:90 p. m TIME CARD. 29 pa Mail train eeinc North it134pm ' South Expre train " South iijara " " North 47atn 6 o am Local Freieht North $ up m South The latter train alo 1 arry pasengers on standard time. Solar The above time is about o minute fister CONSUMPTION early stages in its can be cured by the prompt use of Ayers Cherry Pectoral aids expectoration, and hastens recovery. Lowell, Mass. fnvxsn Office on It soothes the inflamed tissues, Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Main treet, over W. B. McRoberts Drug Store, Stanford. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. upstairs. Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, Nitrous Oxide 0.1s given for painless "'""'"'STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Dr. II. C.'Xunucllcy, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, STANFORD, KY. Office in Odd Fellows' Utulding, up stair. Office hours 7 to S a m , 1 to i p. m , 7 to 8 p. m. Before going into their winter quarters he chickens should nil ' turnutl out of the poultry house, and a thorough cleaning anil renovation of tho place should It is in the winter time lie attempted. that egg bring their high prices, and the fowls that can bo induced to lay heavily then will be more than profitable. They can only do this, however, when clean, sanitary poultry houses are fitted up for their comfort. Fall cloanniK of the lioUMni's more eoential tlmu the aprinK, for the tilth ntid dirt that are left in the hiintw in the wittter must bo bluit up in that it will tend to breed tteht places diea.e. Worm, maggots and lice will thrive in this filth, which is kept warmer than tho outside nir. They will swnnn about the interior in great numbers, and naturally worry the life out of the chicken?. In addition to this, the chickens will have to breathe the foul air that emanate from the gases of this filth. This alone is sufiicient to cause eickness and death. A thorough renovation of the house, outside ami inside, should be made. Everything should bo taken out ami tho roof, ceiling, sides aud tloor should Iw swept and then washed and scrubbed. There is nothing like thorough scrubbing with soap and water to make the boards clean and healthful. Then let the place be aired for a day, and meanwhile wash and scrub the feed boxes, the nest boxes, the roosting sticks and everything that was taken out. After this go into tho house again and whitewash all of tho woodwork. Do not be afraid of tho whitewash, but throw it on thickly, in the cracks and holos, where lice and insects may be lodging. In fact all tho woodwork is thus washed, except the roosting poles, which are tcrubbed with boiling water, and then treated with kerosene oil. These should be drenched with oil afterward about once a month, and no disease can then very well attack the chickens. The red mites aro often troublesome in tho winter, but this treatment will keep them away. The house outside should bo insivected carefully, and every crack through which snow or witid would come in must be stopped up. Have no wind drafts blowing on the chickens, but have good ventilation. If such a house cleaning is given every fall, one may depend upon it that ho will have more eggs and healthier fowls in tho winter. Auuie C. Webster in American Cultivator. Ik--o ter sets III. tions and positively cures piles, or DO pay required In. ifiwranued to irive perfect saUMactfrst, t'nre 5 cent per box. or money retunded For sale ty A It. l'ennv, Stanlord, Ky. . Mil Bucklen's Arnica Salve ...., ." ucit uict(i ! inc ..1. .. tttitrViMtin. .,... Hare, -- tetter, .....-- -' .... chin fnrr all skin erup tied hjwl.. chilblains, corns and aood Parm For 5alo. ! wi.h tell ttnsstelv my Farm 01 lis Acres (mated i' mile, iiirih nf Stanford, rsy . on the Danville pike Will t ikf pleasure in showing to anv one wishing to puri.haa Apply to J IIRIOHT. 4!.,r. $1,000 Cash.. Wc offer fur ale privately Acres n( I.ini milts sumth of C O mi he Somerset road. It has dwelling .nd one store hnuse vnd birn 49 stcrt a tiood 01 hnrd and plent) al water in limber Call "ii or address us al r,h in !,.ird, Ky 1 THE MAN WHO- - EXPLAINED. . llttt lll-- s l.liiiiiitliiiii Were Not Oeuer islly .Siitl.furtiii-)-- I'ur Kinging Hull. The trocar heie DR. W. B. shown ha been found convenient for putting rings Mam street, r Office South side F. Huffman, in office recently through the noses Stanford, Ky. vacated by Dr. L. of bulls. The instrument is of tlie M. CRAIG, ordinary tyie of trocar, consisting Homeopathic Physician. of a ii a d e d punch, inclosed - KENTUCKY. STANFORD, in a sheath. to 3 p m ; 8 to 10 to u a. in.; Office Hours To use it thrust m. 9 PENNY, Dentist. DR. JOHN 11 1 1 P- - Office on Lancaster 39-i- street, opposite court-hous- trocar through the anithe mal's nose first, FIRST NATIONAL BANK then remove the punch, leaving OF STANFORD, KY. the sheath in the hole of the nasal Capital Stock Surplus ...-...- ..-..- 5200,000 6,500 1 Attention of the public is invited to the fact Stanford. Hank that this is the only National Nationalin Hank Act. Under the provision of the depositors are secured not only bv the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability for an amount emial to the stock, so that depositors of 0(400,000 thi institution are secured by a fund of the banlc Five sworn ..atement of the condition yrnr to the United States governare made each ment and it asset arc ex imined at rtated tunes by government agent, thus securing aJdititonal and perfect fety to depositors. This institution, originally Deposit Hank of Stanford in iSst. then as the National Hank ol Stanford ill 105 and tho First National Hank of again uninterStanlord In. iS8a, has had practically an supplied rupted existenceof u yiir. It i better prompt for transacting business vow with facilities ever before in it long and W and liberally than honorable career Account, of corporation, solic-te- -i firms and individual respectfully cartilage.through which the ring is to pass. Put one end of tho bull ring as gently as possible into the small end of the sheath and push it through, pulling out the sheath as the ring goes in. T hus t it e trocar. sheath will come out and the ring will ......... fidu-iart- os stay in. The Directory of thi IUnk is composed ol of Stanford; T J Lincoln connty; Forrttiw J W. llayden. Stanfiard; S H llaughman, Lincoln; M.J. Milter, Mt Vurnon; h T llarn I.lnesslut J. S Hocker Stanford; G A I.ack.y, Iinooln; T 1' HUI, Stanford-- , ' W. O. Welch, Stanford. , V, P. Tato, Stanford A, OFFICERS: J.S.'lijgVer, PrjMtem; J jhii J. MeR'sfceru. Cashier; A. A. McKiumv, Assistant Cashier ' )" Fanners BanM Trust Co. OF STANFORD. KY.. Is now fully Use Slock r the Count rj. The census office has issued a bulletin showing that on farms of three acies or over there were on hand June 1,1890, 14,070,017 hores, 2,'.Mfl,0.'!0 mules and 11.10!) that in 18.89 there were foaled 1,S11,41M hornes, 107,103 mules and 7,957 asses; that there were sold in the same year I,30t),o57 horses, 329,9l)r mules and 7,271 asses, and that there died from all causes 7(15,211 horn, mules andastws during tho same period. Tho increase of horses from 1SS0 to 1890 is shown to be ! 1.50 percent. The increase of mules from 1880 to 1890 was 20. CO jer cent. ; between 1870 and 1&0 the increase was 01.0.8 per cent., while from 18t!0 to 1870 there was a decrease of 2.24 per cent. Of tho aggregate number of horses and mules in the whole country on June 1, 1800, S0.95 per cent, were horees and 1JJ.0.1 per cent, wore mules. Tho south Atlantic group had the largest proportion. 2.0t pur cent., as against 07.00 per cent, of Iioiihw. atsi-c- acres. Containing Some one who was going soiuowhere share .flfie patronagr of the pnopla of llowland anil vicinity. I will continue the tush huslnc. rki. .tw igtiun i rsvfral era essay. with a iwrrot left the bird in iiis cage ,.n..k TR WAI.TON.SMBiaril. Hi 'n A M l'Srn started . 1.1 which tin linn onr aptwncc rstuns,)fooil on u seat in the waiting room of the and the live r anrt ntdnass irwai healthy ctjg. why it will if to dt, a'd lini t I in '!! i" cent, at A K Pusmf'. bostetifial to 1'iHh ins itiMomei.aad hit self. Krie depot for half an hour tho other Try a !ottle Trice jo - gnnil. instance k k Jt i'ie" priu, I afternoon. The lonely situation of Pollv drug tre lest sugar Arl olirr tent. .r r viriiin A a Llffht IMissntl and .'! it ri c...!v m was soon discovered by an oldish man A Little Girl's Hxperlunco in il),les I. have n 'uii al nmf. nnihu ssil lioueo who his personal elTects tied up in a Iftiii.cUiix II lid ION ale Mr and Mrs Lsvren TrescMt are keeper, ol the Kovi'.n.l Ki bundle, aud he took a seat beside the Oov Lighthouse at Sand Beach. Mich . and ar In the corporate limit o Rowland April cage. Nothing attracts attention sooner . ..... ..1. .flam'hsvr a v.itr. old Lat with a uieasbss. followed 1... with k.i II I DAUST. Howlaiid than a parrot. This bird Bat doting on dreadful tough dm,, turning into a fever. lm ' and ff&SKpt&fil :&&& );lloit treated HOT, but in vain. his perch, and hi- general appearance at home and a mere worse was nothing to brag of, but he soon be- she grew of hsines rajHdl until she wDr " FheH she trnd "handful HOUSE, gan to draw. A mild looking, middle-age- New Di.iover, and niter the ue ot to and a half I he) n Pi, was comp!rtel i ured bottleF. H. KILE Y, Proprietor. mtiti approached with a smile of anCWICA63 f 7(5- .nu . K..t. lii. ntpri . m i.rih Us weitiiiin tfimi ""tDiJOUJSIUHI al A K ticipation ou his phiz aud asked: vet sou may Rl jou a trial Iw'ttle tr - - - Kentucky. London, TO 'Does your parrot speak many wordsr' IVmit,' drut siorr 'Not very many." replied the other. I have moved to my new Hotel and am belt'i picpiirfd than ever to accommodate the public "About all ho can saj is to call you a FARM POSTED. deGood I.ivery attached and every cheese faced idiot and inquire when you nd sired. liivc me 4 call. I herel) warn every pri .011 from hunting en rr aro going to hang yourself?' fRANK RII.F.V. j? ps inn throuch my farm or the larni geii.rall) "Ves ahem yes!" stammered tho Ln vn a the McCart farm now lMlni;inr t" me mild looking man, and that finished him. Kver person passing through said Urms without ! LIME AND. BRICK. The next to approach was a bustling, prrmisMon will iirosvcuteil.M CULM. IITON I). .,..m matronly woman, who had been to tho I will deliver I ine at Cents Rwhel la Laniniormation inireau. 1'iillnisn etihuUl I'.i (In srpe,s ind Pullnofickto IHK man ItuHet thair t ara on all tiain. ihrougk IC "All! Vnii lutvo luirrnK t um''' ulu caster. St.nfiitJ and the neuM.rhJ llmk Ihiiaro with if ' ng ' exclaimed a she came to a halt. "He' L LC. I will also load on tarsal I rati l t for the least R A VELING gel C.ov.alli.M at 73 cents a hundred Live me a chanie. r fot" atn n money ir'- not a verv out oiru.' KR1D Kill t.r K.t'rabUnhartt tra I' thi. ago HRKfR "No'ul" w I C I I Sll, P I' n.vil.e I hsve opened in cvianertkiii with my llolsl. tht "Talk much?" "Not so very much. Almnt all he can H1GGIKS' H0M20PATHIC do is to ask you to pull down your vest, wipo off your chin and cheese the Cures cuts, bruises, old sore, skin dtseairt, A racket." coriis, bunions pile., titula svrauhes, hsllrl wring his neck if I owned "Well, I'd auins.dew pofsanaml bruises Wherever it used it has given oondcrfut salMlacimn n' him," she retorted, as she sail ml away First-Clas- s remark a it prapenstiy lar removing wweaes. up. with her head llrand !lr. Ntvm.rc.os tsratiiiiasttal will be- se ured and And offer the service-o- f to the piiMn The third comer's cheeks were orna- ne vrh'tie ind Irs.h blooded h.r' make in will appear in this spaca at a later dale Made vvith nd ld by mented with Burnsiiles and ho wort stahle leutarc Hir.C.lNs, Manford, Ky. J in Country. glasses. Ho was wandering about with Tho Bost AlltLi siive me n inii it flU ARK l.UlNt. his hands clasped behind him, and it ' W tiltF.KN. rroptietor --vgtTtrTixhsTr7 tfOlhY was in an abstracted way that ho stopped AL IIUKNS Manager v. and inquired: n ..kK. m, vMmLPr' rtg v A li Launam "Is that a talking jwrrot?" John K Cattleman mi-- : "Oh. yes." "Isn't talking any just now?" Ia ill 1 I : ' 3.e I "Not just this minute, but he'll break out pretty soon and want to know why Oir-DICATin Texas you make an ass of yourself by alwearing mutton chop whiskers. He's ,s. l.oins, Mivhian Points Cliusso llutlalo, ways hated 'em." Cleveland, Drlioit, Louiavillt s NatHVlllc R. ft. lnJianaolis and the est, I see. Curious bird," mum"Has, eh? New Knjlnud, Canada, bled the man as he headed for tho othei . , OF Is the line f r son, as lis end of tho room. llaltimore, Washington I'hilsdclphla, Three or four tveonlo now came nnand Ijuiikest time lollarrodsloir j. Frankfurt, Ky stopped to look, and pa-- ed on without KKhuiund, lKi.lMA Shori'st and BEE & C ASTLEM AN Make ilotc conncv.ti'n at fjuli Lest line 10 uiHKiiig any inquiries; out men an 0111 MANAOKRS, man, limping with a sore footandcam LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI ing an umbrella for a cane, stopped o;. all point Solid Trains, b.iezars Cars, srnoVlnjf cars aad Commerce Building, Louisville. his way to the water cooler to ask: con hes, I'ullman Houdoir Sleepers lhiou(h withlHROUt.H TICKKTS SOI I !,(.(.A(.K CIIK KI.I) IHKortiH out change sia Chattan.za, Ilirrainchaiu, Menvl "Is that a regular parrot?" . Afeats throughout the South ian mskinf direct connections en route lor Knus. "Of course." vide, Asheville, I.Tiivhliurf and point In the For any mformslion cmiulre of "What's he worth?" r I. C I.I I rOKO. Ant, Ky. Stanford. Or W. A. TKXBBLE, Local "Fifty dollars." W. W 1'r.NN, lrar I'as. Ai;cnt "Humph! Man must bo a fool to paj Junction C it, K STANKOKt). KY At Chattanooca for Atlanta, Columbus, Vv'llroing fifty dollars for a rumpled up bird like Maron, Savannah, ion, Charleston, Augusta, that! That's the price of two yearling..' llriinsoick, Lake City, Thoniasvllle and ri.UIM )A points "Can't help tuat. He's the greatest Theonlyline runnini; solid trains with choice somevv.ntlrrfu circs that are istomshmi; inali) talker in America." 'ullmsn lloudoiror i'alace Sieet.mir Cars to lackvinville without chaose lor any class of passen "Is, eh? Seems to be party dumb je?t teorle. Mississippi Valley Co ,'K. I),' ger or baKjsce Newport News now." Solid Vestibuled Trains to Selena and Montgomery, Mtinlsvillc, Decatur, points "He's sleepy. Yon just wait a few Philadelphia Florence, Memphis and AHKlinnNSASSrlma, MoIon. Shorfe.t and qunkest to A minutes, and he'll call you an old bile Pncct connections made st MiW OK Baltimore, Now York, knock kneed, spindle shanked wni.out omniDu transier lor t.Msesioa All point. Kast and South. ast . masher." ir""" Vl"Klwn t illl) One IHK11 TEXAS. MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Corrected Tune Card in F.ffeet May 1. itk,l "He will, eh. If ho does I'll jab him "" The only thtomh line n Jai kson and ickbur, with this umbrella." ' .Mi jioiinit. , hrevert I a , niaktnc dltei t connecunai "Yes, he'll tell you to go and soak ssV'VHlfls-1Pallas I.rtWonh. last Mail leaves LeslitKlon s daily at 1 jC am,c without ominus transfer llsssssB ' Winchesters aj. Ml Slerll.i: vj.vhivc mil Austin ban Anlonia, LI I'aso and polntsiti your head, pull in your teeth, belay at arrivinfAshland 12 is lm, uatletl.Burz is yuiir j.iw, stop winking at tho girls, pay TEXAS, AniZONA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. , l.in.lte.1 Kspre.. loaves ' up your pew rent and let whisky alone." Kor lhr lg!h rate, vurre t c ..nty map. and II "'"- i ' r inlormalioi, .alii.n Acent al CitT.Kv P". AllslalMl c I.. "He will, will he? If ho does I'll light i. awivi.i ai j ..1. r .H...... uaull.Mii siiavs. UniiliivKy II ,.,.l.Mtn 3I it ttf nm on to you and lick yon in two minnie. Tiav 1'ass Aut twiineton. AccwiiHMKlaliosi. dally, escept Sunday, ln I) H)NAK1S Mil i don't allow nobody nor nothing to tuts in hiwler 7 10. Ml SUr I.exiiiKtoH at 3 It pm, "V" f t. I' A T A lialh Maner . i 'A at tWlse Hill at 10 pm and insult me!" linif 7 S. arrivl Cinti- nil Z Z f k5Accommo4att4M, dally eseefst Snadav. Ieav Tho old man talked in such high pm, Mf Ianmlonal 11 iM". wlnhler 11 nm' pitched, tones that a policeman SteiliHf os pm I'ailv leave Olive Hill u Ashland 8 W", CallHtshu g a oj, .vrrlvw Hunt and took him away. The othei inl n 0 5am. man also picked up his bundle and slid lloitllit out, and the parrot nronsesi himself, in fast Mail leaves HsiHllnftoa dally at Aoo am. ao, Mt 17, Olive Mill ( aileitshurz t if A.hsaad ditlged in a shake or two and cocked It s "JJICl; (IKASH IIOU'l'JC." vtetlie( 101- Winchester ti j asiei arrives eye at one of the half doseu women .il tm ' .1 ' ii.t . It nisalnatawi ... m . ..-..i.a S .am.. Imm AshUss.1 jo, dAilv. .1. Hill' Tho Shortest and Qulokost Kouto from standing around and demanded: in..u uorjimi rnui'.uciEV 10 ivu points iNorlQ Ollv pm.CailrtlaburK v. "Who in bluaes started this blooming .....It... . h.tar ,, Ml. .tHIISJt . J, n immnsi 4 .S Mimiw nisni, VMl.lSIIU OUUVIJ- - Weill fftMr o pas vi I evlnjtwn at old row anyhow?" New York Kvtniu0' ' Lino between Loxlnffton and Cincln- dally .xeefst Ksinday, Uasms Arcnssiinswlnlioa, Illttt World. fW Olive Hill am alt. .surltisr 6 at. U'ls.heslsi TIIROfOIITRINCINCINNAII TO 'Ill) oj aan. 15 and arrives at IiBgtn al No Kiluililtloii Nemleil. DLKMtOHOL't.H and J KI.I It Anoianodalton daiiy leave. uatiHgttMi at a jj pm. I atlelt.burg f$j. Asklasxl 7 h. autf arrives at SCIir.lUl.P. IK UrTKCT A. .' Suntiav iMvas Mt Olive Hill S U pan. and arriva a pas, Winchester 1 'l do .lhlr.r to yMr Vtssi sleep, Kf.Liion. and you wonder what alls yssss, tir( the warning, vou are taking the should ou tll ..rM.l.li..n. m enact tonic and KUitm Hitter. y svillnndyMnm.oita ur senmi' remedy for restoring ifiti.n S.irpning normal, healthsonu and Aiiemuvsi. Tho vmi .re cant think- -. First Stsp rsMi HAS1IS t .V (.UI.I.IKR. out", ult't t. cn't l Lot on Main Stroet in Stanlord 1 io hd FOB, CASH 02Tl4T. partner, Mr. Having punliasssd th W K " Mi I'herwn interest of my former I ask a libers! i f v li-t- .For Salo Twenty RILEY I i v Lois I 1 l ui-.- -a w m 11 1 )' THE - 1. mmmm lra Ha(CA'l:rfQ9 . 11 VJV a- il- - - i ! 1 MYERS HOUSE, 11 WL I Uvcryl.Slnllc, the nmjMm 1 - iwSi ! ' 11 HO NTOHTK WEST, iwufsmmEamizw'j .'j1 .v-s- ROYAL LIVERPOOL. Insurance Company, tSsK I I TR Double Dally Trains New York, llostou, KNEW '(WILEANS, Aczt, UAROOISAS, hi: is performing OT.T) KY. ROUTE A-OM I - bow-legge- d, Washington, " 1 I I -- f.-- i"7w,"i 1 j '''"S.'""."' - - ! """. v Im-u- '' l.l-.R- " - - raim-ove- r Kentucky Central R.R. -, !- I. a ." - ( 1 1 fi f l 4 7 1 1 DR. D.D. REA, 'I he I K-- 1 Surgeonfe Specialist Sierling al m J Lesingtwa M a at pas I.liuil.d Ve.lilSuled RHes) runs dally susd Pullman V.stibul.d Hutjct Sleeper between la-i.v'llI.esingtua, Waahinginn, New York and Tht ir.tr-- is wade part of the Old Point Comfort 1 li ftontl-Hena- J No. I. No s N Is 10 1 11 jsnn. a mi Dily I g 4 iclehraled rs Ill WI13 sTA flUK WHISKKK4. Itultftllll. &, A i ifiliaH 3J$zL)Si; - oranied . - and roady for business with Texas tjiftingu. I.ivo Mouli l'lilnl. Paid up Capital of Surplus, - - The handy and profitable beef steer SUCCESSOR t IHK LINCOLN NATIONAL weighs from 1,250 to 1,000 pounds and HANK OK STANFORD, m.ttuies (illicitly. The headquarter. ot theHolstein-Frie-sia(NowcImig up) with the same assets and under the same management. Association of America will hereprovision of it.chaiter, aeositors are as Ily National after be in Boston. fully protected as am depositors individually Hanks, its shareholders being held Let out that checkrein. Von will ruin liable to the extent of the amount of their stoc therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the your horse's neck, making it stiff, amount invested in such shares It may act as uxecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac., its fully as humped and scraggy. an individual Permit only your bent animals to be To those who entrusted their buismess to us while mnagiUK the Lincoln National Hank ol bred. By that means you improve your Stanford, e c here tender our many thanks and live stock year by year. trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering a a gu iraniee, for prompt attenIllinois has l,:KJu,2S!) horses, the inontftf tion to samy, our twenty years' experience in any state in the Union. Missouri has banking and a liberal ac ottimodatious as are consistent with sound banking the most mules, 215,102. t 1I1KK roHv. William Chalmers was a valued corMt Vernon; J.J. Williams,blantord; respondent of The Breeders' Gazette. He J, M. Hall, lived in Oregon and was an experienced J.'S. Owsley, Stanford; stockman. He was bitterly opposed to ; iSiI. Embry, Stanford dishorning cattle, especially bnlla, conjtE Lynn, Stanford; tending that it impaired their vigor. He W. Carpenur. MlUcdgeville; fc.A. believed that a bull by kind treatmont J. K.IIautfhman, llustonyille could be trained like a horse, aud he J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Cooch, Stanlord, Ky ' practiced that system with his own animals. And not long since Mr. Chalmers Shanks. President. S.H. J. B. Owsley, Cashier was goted to death in one of his own pas',7"' ture fields by a bull that he had petted W.' MjJlJrljjht, Teller. ' and treated, kindly from a calf. J.'H'. Baujhmaii, General n 111 ' There is a latent devil in a bull, and no $200,000. The otjier evening about 0 o'clock a man knows when it is going to wake up. young man wit in a crowded up bound 15,000. car apimreiitly asleep. Tho conductor jiolitely tapjied him on the shoulder and said: "Xo hleepin in this car, young man." "I'm not asleep," was the reply. YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN "Well, you had your eyes shut." "That's becauto I don't like to see SpcriiiutorrlieH and impoftni women ntand iu a streetcar," was uf sidf aim .4. in youth or esictx mnu Iht years and othir ca.es, producing- v.nn of Hirer , Buffalo Courier. theie-joimle- r. Suflt-riui Who ha rraied miiIi .. seii.atiun in and irouri I Route LiMmnile, Kv , bv i uritlt; divJ-- thai almoi Ka.l of Hunting0'1 on the C. A daily esi.pi Simdar tjtt'it.l the li.t.ii. -- Iratei thi V nl the country last Mail f rains runIlunuagton. Make i lie Klftn al Wct and and L.siiigiou kea hascharc .if Inl and roaneeiion at Huniingtoa with C V O. : at Aah Duurmi- lit of e land v. 11k S. V. K ; at Wiuchester with K C R stitute, I.oui.tillc, Ky K north and south bound, and at leasaaloa wit A T. P. Railroad. ft N'., tho My- I. l.ctusjsoI. S and C , N. O.Acosansodaoon dally, He visit and Olive Hill at Winthaeer to astd escvtpt Sunday. Coas-tDec. 4. ers House, N. from K. C point, sad at Leongtm. with L. K. It for Lttuissillc Returning rver) mouth tlurunc the sear to reI.txington and Mt Storlifg Accomsaealatisan main one it daily ext.pt Sunday, and make dltact ran. I r Ilea has liri-cipnecl.il with the largest runslion at Wlm heater t and Iron MlddSesixK-ougnev hospital, in ilir i cuntrjr, and has no MijMrtnr in ami Ki hmond, aud at I.eslnglon with L. S. iliain iwrg ami treating diseaavs and dsrfurmlties he can He will $o fir any ea tkat III five not tell Ily for lui.vllle Kor full iaformalann in regard to raiea, routs, minute. the disease and where located any agent of this or coatwcting line He will return to .Stanford every asontk thi year Ac , apply to to remain day C I.. BROWN, HINTINO ION, O l A , V I. and I. M . Treat, all onahla Medical and Surgical Diseases Ky. Lemngton, W S. HARRISON, Asuta ind Chronic Catarrh, Diseases ul tho n W. IIAKNI'A. t. M , I.exingtin.Kv T P. A .Ashland. Ky Ke, Kar, Nose, Throat awl Lungs, Dyspepsia, Itrtghl's Disease, Diabote, Kidneys. I.iver, Illaildder.Chronii, i'emaloand Stsiull Dlnses THKBJ3au iTt!ilM "WWI I laS-iiSft Hpilepsy or tiisvured A positl.e (u iranli..-- . 'rf .'iNt? S?C. V .cfZsedLS . F. F. V. lr Arr I.asington I.ve Paiu. . Lv.CstsctnnaU I.v. Covington, Lv Kamtouth Arr Paris . . IS a as 1 ii am am t oo p in s p m 10 p m Sur-Kic- al Me-lua- Siiiki vill Stanford at Friday, Arr Iticamoad. Arr I.astcasl.r. rM p al Arr kitantaed I.vo Richnumd ... ' j5"p . .. J Arr l.lvinRtoo J f ml I.ve Middkisbora 1 li f HI ..... Arr Wisvcnestar. ' ."JL-3- 'Ly0 11 J a ns, it 10 p as' U P - ia tj pm P '" ' ' si p m P m I' iu p m p m m 1 " S ' J III 1 vj. . p a m -.- .-. . ". Xorilfllouad. I.ve Middl.sbora f. No. 4. 5 .Vs. . ;,, ... ie 'l.r.. v i : He Wii There. "This sealskin, in my opinion," said tho salesman, stroking the costly fur and speaking in a 'confidential murmur to tne luli'-weiir is a emiwions, iiiounr., cii m lity, neAnii.ut.s, diziiie., ninfuUion of idi i , aversmn to sociel , dtluUiv. memory, and i , which unfit the vi Inn for Mi- t s ual i cured by remedies or marriage, not iiijuriiiu. kti.iii-.tion-i ' y STtt,. .' T.7f IS? iMmr KN. -- tiaJ&Jm l, rWsvkWif'ff L: - IV iiTafa j -- 1 ! i -- I S-- r- T U VMVS J! Ts -- rra Hkin the mild looking man outside the eon li- ISlood ter, "will suit the lady hotter than anySvphili. iniKiiiiplicatioti, its sore throat, fm thing we haVe m stock." tic of the hair, pain in the bones, eruptions, et . or ate pcrfi Lily eradiialcd willioiil using .Mrs. Strongmind overheard him. nthvr iniurixiis driie. (toiiiirrli'i a, (fleet. Stricture and all I rn ry will take this other one," she rey Irmil marked with emphasis. "I brought my and Kidnt never failedare speedily cuird bv in f in cut Unit but are He undertake, no im uralde husband along, sir, to pay the bill." thousand. jiv en up to die Chicago Tribune. Reinembrr the dule mid .oine earl), lis and s Iiseases. ' I iZlnaaV 'I J j&Wb' '!' ggattk I ca-e- , - afw trliSKJm Jt -- ,, " - J 4f An Apt Comparison. Brown I'm like ivy. I cling to my rnoni. are alwas crowded wherever he stops CONSULTATION FREE. Corr:!pondeiice'oliciled,aiul Addre.s MUDICAL 31 1 church. Confine Fogg Very like ivj to the outside of the church. confidi-ntia- l your-te- lf Boa-to- u Book-keep- Transcript. ..... AND SITHRICALJ INSTITU IK, 4th St., Louisville, Ky. atf,taaaMrWyili '1 removed my I'arber Snop to the Com Haviuig mercini Hotel. I am nrbnarcd to ac ommodate la dies as well as gentlemen In an) tiling they may wish in my line. (Jhihlren also wattea on. tail t'MMtggggaK w nnuio. JESSK THOMPSON, InCommerctal Hotel. as l.vc I.ivusgstoa... 11 15 Arr Kicamosta ... is it a w 2 jJ . 77. Stanford . . 7 00 an. Lv. .sj-I.v. Lancaster T o a at Arr Kichmoad. to ij a as i.v Richmond. '. is 46 p nsToj" a m . Arr Winchester 0 JJ am (" I1 Arr Tari . . 33 V m 7 aj a m I.ve Lexington a 00 p HI 7 mo a m 45 j ,, ,, ,n Lvel'ari. 45 P m 7 i a in 4 ,, m I.ve Falmouth. 4 10 p m a in , m Arr Covington. ... 5 4 P nt 10 4u a m 'j 37 j, m p Arr Cincinnati . i 50 P mliojs a m t. 4t, p tu On theMaysville llrancli, No 10. 1.av cs Pans at 7 J, am and No. ii, at 61,, p ,n, My.vileatioio,am. and ju, p rrlvin: ai, .Mo leaves May.vilhj at $ 3. a in. arriving at Pans at No. 11 l.ave. Mny.vill. at .40, a j so ariiveatl'arisat 410, p m. These trains and ar. dal'y except No t. dill) liiall points except lloisland Divii im wlm li I. daily uscept Sunday. y riiiisuaiiy iroill Luxinglon to Cm. illliati No, j runs dail) No runs daily from all station except the It .vvland Divislcn, which is daily except Sunday No dail Sunda) Ni 4 daily eciit between Cincinnati and LeviiiKlcm No 4 I an. and Lexington Accommodation dai. I) Leaves LexiiiKtuu loooa. m. Arrives Paris 10 1 a t.i No ralmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincinnati J 10 pm Arrives Kiilinoiith 7 oj p ni dailv ex ept Siiiiduv. Nu 7 Leaves Falmouth 6 no n 111. Arrives Cin-- c innati - 55 a ra daily except Sunday No, . and 0 make connection at Winchester fnr points on the N.N AM V R'y, E. D No , . arnct throuL-cars rroin Cincinnati to Middlesborough and Ciiinberund (lap and all In termediate stations ami run daily. W. I. MUNSON. Trav. Pas. Agt., Cincinnati S K. KNOTT. C. r.AfMORE. Traflic Manajer. Gen Pass. General olfice, Lou svllle.Kv AEt S. F. H..MORSK. Gcn'l Pas.Vr Agi OJTicc Chamber ol Commerce ui!ding.cincinnat. 1 a us l r xij m 1 1 " ' , ,. 111 1 ( h v ) -- , ' -- -