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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891111301 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. J . jT EMT W VOL. XIX. HUSTOMVILLE. LIBERTY, eekly Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13.1891. NO. 73 CASEY S1 . .Many visitors from surrounding are attending tilt! mcctistgfl at the Chiistian chinch Hinl interest in ltv. Tharpe's sermons iiioruHHutt daily. A refreshing m?ason is unticitmted. .Indue Ouninit luipauolod a couple of colored juries last week and tlio anil intelligence with which they universal acquitted themselvun iIU-it-l admiration mid txmiiiiiMidiitlnn. - Many of our cittwnn iv litijfunts and witiifffiue found circuit court a little monotonous in appearing early the first week of court and being put fill' from time to time till their wan the unenviable diminution of bitig there at tlnnl ntiii'iit Saturday afternoon. The Indiesof tho Presbyterian church are preparing a supper, to be Herved on Thanksgiving night, the proceeds of which u ill be appropriated to inipiovt:-inout- s of their church building. Their deserved reputation of xiolleiice as insures a complimentary patronage. Hob McAliMcr, of your town, has been investigating the desirability of ilirlient West Kml faiiiiH for hale, and we assure him that no locality will extend htm a more cordial welcome, to citizenship than the incomparable Hiutou-villprecinct. Hive us an unbiat-ehearing, ltob. and you are "ourn." Hon. Henry CamniU gives an instance of the wonderful preservative properties of nn embalming lluid be in a Htibject, to which it was topically applied Inst February befoto burial, and on exhumation for r moval n few day ago the feature were iih natural and life likens when tint body was prepared for ri-ti- dig-nit- y ad-Joi- n e d us George Weathutford, of Iticlnwind, itpuiit Sunday with his patent. W. F. Shipniun, of Boyle, wan here with friends .Sunday. Carroll IMd, of Danville, was of two weeks on Greeu river by another raid on the birds. Despite flic great disadvantages of dry weather and scarcity of water, the dogs found plenty of game and full bags were brought t every interment. up last week, supplementing the sport ltohon got sorry that in Saturday afternoon, not they didn't heed the advice of the weather-wwho discouraged their hunt at ise, this juncture. Dry weather, mountain tires and un absence of nearly every hull ration favorable to deer hunters, hurried them home, with only the solace, of being greeted on every hand with the twit, "I told you so. ' The doctor is enthusiastic over the sanitary benelitH of a few days' mountain exercise, solitude on most inviting deer stands ami contact with a primitive condition of society, customs and surroundings, which carried him rack to Ids boyhood of l. or '0 years aco. Hoada lit le better .than the builalo trails, with which he was once familiar, nature undisturbed by the vandalism of man, save a long intervals, whore a rabbi and little deadening indicated ft struggle against starvation, a cordial welcome to share such comfortt as the host could spread, nil eager liniuiry about the outride world's movements, while luxuriating in corn dodgeis whoso formula hu had long thought one eollW without of the lost arts-bl- ack '.') vi'd moots and sweet 'condiments," potatoes, the open til o place flanked by three or four of the old cast rooking utensils, no longer otl'itrod for Nile in the pietentious district, th big whuul and spinning Jennie, occupying places now by mi wing machines andreod iu thickly settled" dibtrirU,, hand organs, cards and tlax buckles conspicuous iu Uieir allotted plswto. stiings of snap Wans nitd dried pumpkin". savory for various canned goods, aw but a partial Itat bf the vivid reminder Wl " of want lw and Dini- -l Koo Virginia, when they pushed through Middlwsboro'a site for this their laud of oane.indturkev. The doctor hain't n regret, but is billed for another communion with nature iu her mountain solitude, and with tint most admirable representative of iCnntui ley's almost hospitality, the honest mountainDr Iltown and CJhailey d sub-HUtul- night. triuii-tton- eer. A is" iiiinistur in Datroit, whose wife very fond of this city as u place of osidonco. Spine time ago tins Synod to which ho bolongs was discussing the advisability of sending him away on some important business occupying n year or to him and lie b0. It was suggusted his wife, aa all good husbands went to do. Bit or St kihtiik. There's a I'res-bvteria- n "My dear," he said to her cautiously, "what do you think of going away from " Why did you ask?" swered promptly. Well, the Synod has asked me to go "1 don't think ol it at nil," she an- - ""she went over tojhliu softly, and, putmoth-erl- v head in a ting both bauds on his said solemnly way, thee, con"My sou, if Synods entice sent thou not." Press. And he ThTraiii neeiua to have been general there is great in the Ohio Valley and didn't.-DeUQit- lTeo genius and to Mrs. .Jennie Clark, who had them in low nt the time, preparing Mr. It. T. Pivnw is no' having the for a Sit'iday-schoo- l concert. foundation timbers hstital to build r I u conclusion, Elder (iilieoii being tut w hotel on the site of his old hotel, called upon, delivered a fine address, burned down in the disastrous lire iu wishing all success and prosperity and March, 1!M. Whn It Is oniplehNl it gave nu earnest appeal iu behalf of popwill till a vuenuey, and of con mo it will ular education, claiming that as much ns be an improvement on the obi one and lie loves all schools,;! hat he) bnd rather add attractive features to tir town. see any school go down than the public For the past week there low been schools; that they were the,hupe of the more than thu usual sin in our town. State and the Union On Saturday night, O i. .!Ut, Kldor W. John M. Owens, .1. II. Allen and J. A (iibson, of Simpsoiiville, coinmuucvd II. Thomas were appointed n committee a series of inteuting meetings at the to decide time aud place of holding next Christian church, holding them night meeting. It was decided in fnvor of and day, till Miudsy, the Sth, whun they Duiinville, and time, Saturday Itefore closed. There wss more than the usual the :M Sifnday in December. attendance all the time and a deep in- Prof. .1. X. Hull", MNs Liszie Fogle and Urost taken in them. Both saint and L. Tarrant wore apiwinted a committee sinner ami even thos of a different on programme and the association adfaith attendtil cioselv and hud a warm journed. feeling for the devoteil ireaclter. Notwithstanding the extreme Married, on the 5th Inst., by iiicli- of t'ie weithor, Tuesday evenard (iilwny, who has special license for! ing, Mrs. Jennie Clark's entertainment the business, Mr Heluw, a bnch-td- for the benefit ol the Sunday school at either mi the shady or this place, was attended by a good sized khiih Nnniiy tide of .')U, to Miss Alice Moflold, crowd and was a grand success1. We a inanleti some -- 3 years of age. The much regret that want of time prevents town lfllois Uid iu a small quantity of us from giving a detailed account of the h'piul steam to give the couple a chari- proceedings, with the names and parts vari, but may have been slightly intimi- of those participating. The exorcises dated by some light artillery demonstra- were varied and well performed, tions of some of the household, and con of recitations, sotifs, dialogues, tented themselves with "bamboozling" j ikf. Ail who attended were well pleashim and letting htm go. Alno, on the ed. Our bichelor fossil, liichnrd Oibo-same day, nt the residence of the bride's ey, who made bis debut as a manager of father, P. Uhelf, by the B'V. Josiah Wil- the curtain machinery, frequently reson, Mr. Lorenso D. Cochran to Miss ceived loud applause for his unique perBettie Chelf. formances. On Satutdiiy, the 7th, the Monthly The Blessed Rain. Teachers' Association mot at this place. This beautiful prose poem is Horn the There weir considerable "balks" at the start, and for a time it seemed that there pen of Kditor J. M. Bichardson, of the would be a failure. There were teach- Glasgow Times The blessed raiu lins been steadily ers ntilllcieiit present, but it was difficult find the association. The president, falling for 'J hours and as the Times to goes to press tiie music of its patterrings secretary and other oiliccra failed to and window-panNever At lust a private iu the ranks suc- on was falling water more beautiful, or more ceeded iu having the bell rung; a number of teachers assembled, needed. The earth was parched. Vegetation was scorched as by the frosts of principally female, ami the Meadows were stubble. B. 11. Brovvu, of the Janie I'rof. Wush Institute, though apporently a Wheat was shriveling in the ground. little bashful, presided with dignity and The face of all nature was seared and much ability. It being too late for any browned as with the breath of llamc. foienoou business, on motion of J, Hen- There was a lack of water for either man stared us in ry Thomas, the association adjourned to or beast. A the face. meet at the Christian church at I o'clock But the clouds obeyed the providences r. i. In the evening n good crowd met at of God. The blessed rain came down in and barrel-fuland stream-fillthe church. Col. S. Adams, who was ou buckt It revived springs, lilted wells, the programme to deliver the hddress of flushed tinted the wheat welcome to the teachers, failing to llelds, freshened the earth and refreshFlder V. A. Gibson was substituted, who delivered un appropriate aud ened man. And for all the tender mercies of an hearty address, welcoming the teachers, Proviand anil also dwelt eloipientlyon the importdence, let saint and sinner be alike ance of teachers' associations aud their benetits in devising the best methods of thankful. cultivating the rising generation. Ou Zachary ang Pierce Debate. the subject, "Incentives to Teachers, ' l'o the ditur interior Journal. I'rof. J. X. Hull was substituted for B. The religious discussiou at Byrdtown, S. Hector, absent. After alluding to a Tenu., closed the Mb inst. with good number of incentives, such as good feeling existing ou the part of all who the "draw," Jcc, he earnestly and alteuded. Many expressed themselves impressively urged the teacheis to feel greatly benefited by the investigation. their suitableness for the position befoie From tKW to 1,000 people were iu attendthey became teachers; to attempt to ance during the entire discussion. At WMich no branches without developing tlie close of the last scsion the congrecharacter; he should be wrappml up in gation joined in singing "Jerusalem my the interest of his pupils, lie should Happy Home, with the beautiful chohave inspiration and should instill noble rus, "Wo' re doing Home to Live " inspirations in his pupils. I'rof. .1. II, and all gave to each other and the Allen filled the place of Fuoch Wesley two debaters the parting hand of brothou the subject, "System iu Teaching," erly love. Tins debite is a' living demwith much ability, ami hisremaiks were onstration of the truth that two chrissubjects woio tian gentlemen can meet and discuss reeiy instructive. uisHjusud with on account of the Into-u- ligions diilerences without becoming anot the hour aud sbseuceof those gry. Voty to them. Music being called for, .lAMKS W. MiM Amanda O. Stone caute forward to the organ and Hcromimuiwl by Mm "McGinty's Troubles" is the name I'lullips, J. H. TnoniHS ami others, of tltisjweek's attraction at the Wagner, "let ii Walk iu Ike Light" was sung the Maharn Bros', company beginning Willi spirit. "How to Secure the Co optheir engagement with a matinee vaster-da- y eration ol I 'a run to," by b. N. Taylor, fob afternoon. "McGinty's Troubles." fowed, and was criticised and digcusriud as might be expected from its name, is by Henry Thomas, Kldor Gibson ami .1. one of tiiose nonsensical productions M. (iweiu. Mini Lixie Fogle criticised now so popular, which contain just Owens' views and several rotoita were enough trace of plot to hold together a fsed Iwtwoeu them. On the subject, sparkling succession of songs, interspers"How to Tench History," Miss Mollie ed with goodly quantities of 'specfulties.' Humplirey explained hur muthod of' The skit is a fine example of its kind. teaching advaiiced history and J.M. Ow- The songs are cutchy and cleverly introens, who has a reputation of being a duced. The play made a decidod hit living encyclopedia of all historical yesterday and was witnessed by crowdknowledge, explained iu full his method ed houses at both performances. or plan of teaching the same. J. W. HI., Globe. At Walton's Opera Brown then told how to teach Geogra- House, ov. 17. phy. After several topics were laid If nu S and an I and O and U, aside, Mies Dolly Cowdun appeared With an X at thu end, spoil Su; the aiulieiiceandrecitud "The BeauAnd and K and a Y aud an K spell I, tiful Hand," followed by Miss Lizzie what h a speller to do? Phillips with "The Weaver's Plight." Then, if also an S and and a G The young misses, who are I'i years old And an 11 F D spell cide, each, delivered their pieces with correct There's not much left forn speller to do, expiesBion and appropriate gestures and But go and commit siouxeyesighed. at the conclusion wore warmly applaudPossibly with a desire to Hatter his ed. Mbs Amanda O. stone, aged 11 hearers, that, tactful orator, years, now sung, with organ accompaniBoston audience the other ment, the song "The Dear Old Shawl lugalls, told a "The Pilgrims first fell upon r Wore' in such tim night that my style aud with such pathos that at its their knees, then upon the aborigines; fallen upon the conclusion she, too, was warmly ap- since then they have Chinese." plauded. The writer can speak with . more freedom of the performances of Ji'stthk TiiiMt. "Wo have no use these three young misses, from the fact for bear stories," said the editor; "our that though they are his own pupils at readers deuiaud something spicy." present, yet he claims no credit for their "Well," said the man with the manuperformances, for whatever praise they script, "this story is about a cinnamon are entitled to is due to their own bright bear." Truth. 00UXTY. i MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. S. S. Jackson, the veteran florist of Hamilton county, ()., and wife celebrated their tilth wedding anniversary this Tntlcr the management of V. A. and I;. L. Mahara week. s Judge and Mrs. James II. Tinsley of Barbourvilie, celebrated Jtliefr silver wedding on the 7th. Of the six children. Miss Kiia and Mr. Charles, are well known here. Charles Knsslin, at Otteiiheiin. has secured a pretty young lady for his wiie, and they will b united the 17th of this month, st :? i m., nt the Lutheran church there. Kveiybody invited. Charles L. Tiilany, tiie head of the Original Dublin Town Solo Band and Orchestra. big jewelry firm, and bis wife, will celebrate their golden wedding November :W, at their palatial home, ;New York. He is SO, but still attends to his large business. The Winchester Democrat says of the man and the pretty woman who J. M. HUBBARD, A. H., President held religious services on,' the streets here for several d.iysj and nights: "J. Tucscluy, 1891. K. Kice nnd .Miss Isibella Shields, whoso efforts to procure iii.itrimouial'Cpapers Full corp nt Consr ,tiry and N'ormil h A tea hers. S inemr eourM m Litirattire, Music and Art. Excellent IwarJins r:.tMlf;u and re 'ar- furmihel on application. was detailed In our last, were Jmnrried nt Richmond instead of Mt. Sterling. From the papers we find that they Jhae been married at several places, the last being at Bowling Green. It seems to have been a scheme to awaken syiii and interest in;theJpeop!e." fcS. IS. Cor. Lth Ac Vino, Cincinnati, O. "Matriod, Wm.J Irving Heddons, Margaret White Carpenter, Wednesday, Book-keepiShort-Han- d, Type-Writin- g, Nov. 11, Manchester, Ky." So reads an after card, which has just been received. Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, The bride is a splendid representative Penmanship and all Business Branches. of her sex, being handsome, intelligent, 1862. Iarge anil flourish Established for Uuslncst Pursuits. HnsIng. Twelve Instructor). tTp with the Umes. cultivated and that most interesting of Fits thoroughly the confidence of the Iltislnc Community. persons, a widow. Tito man The tttiiltnti are in ilemaml atnl are aided in aecuriug employment. Tho charge are reasonable, itonrit can be had In ttic city at low figures. Day and Night Setslnns. Doe of her choice is a wholesale grocery merus promises. Investigation Send for catalogue. C W, McGEE, Principal. chant of Kansas City and is said to be a veiy fine gentleman. Ho has indeed won a jewel aud we congratulate him, while wishing both a long and happv DAN M'GINTY'S TROUBLES Walton's Opera House, TtraSEA-S- WIGHT, 2TOV. 17T2T, FUNNIES! SS0W OH TH22 ROAD. Stanford Female College. Fall Session September ist, L - a or con-si.iti- a-t- n ng, Telegraphy, I an-pea- r. roof-shing- e. life. CHURCH AFFAIRS. g court-hous- e FARRIS & HARDIN. t, inid-witite- r. water-famin- e The Christian cuuich lot Lawrence-buris anxious to secure a pastor. Nearly all the religious papers ate condemning the Voice, which in a le. cent issue declared "the church is the bulwark of the rum power." Dr. Hunter, of Harrodsburg, will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday in place of Mr. Helm, who is assisting him in a protracted meeting. HUBBLE. Dealers In Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Queens-- - Glass- - and Tinware. SEE OUE ELEG A.1TT CAR-LOA- XiIXTEl OF LAMPS. SALT s s. up-pea- r, water-course- s, ever-watchf- ul j I 1 J din-njr- s, For-or,- a d D FRESH OF KANAWHA has, returned from A Cincinnati, here Bhe lias been having Dr. Johnstone operate ou her for cancer of tue breast. :She claims (that tho operation was not so severe asjit was before. Corn is gelling here at. 2 delivered in the crib, or 51.75 shucked in the field. I'ncle lireenberry Bright is thought not to be so well by his physician, Dr. Carpenter. Ho is at his H. L. White's, since the lire. Mrs. J,. 11. AdHas the lamest and " .r-v t t. xiA ams, who hns been at her fathers for some days, has returned to her MOST COMPLETE STOCK home at ILustonville. Miss Maggie Sninehroad lias returned from an exY tensive visit iu Tennessee among rela-- t r'Jr?jV. r? vrflT-- vJ, .... .......V. ves. Mrs. Hone and her sister, Miss Sasser, of Tennessee, are visiting Miss at prices ever shown in Maggie Swinebroad. Mr. Jno. Thompas low as the lowest. son, our old weather prophet, has in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s from Virginia. Our Friday's who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to Joi itN.u.3 readied us Monday evening. How is that, Mr. John Wnuamaker, for send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old P. O. service'.' .Samuel Harris has been gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te-d receiving some tattle this week of (.j. 1 A. R. PENNY; and guarantee satisfaction. and J. W. Hright, which they have been feeding, at o cents per pound. Mrs. Jas. Dunn The Old Reliable Jeweler 1 in the Lead. son-in-la- A. R. Penny bed-aid- e 'mm ,M SJr&V MV (5i kMlfeX rv J. Y'i,n!tu ...... V 'tr ,.. Stanrd . his-ki- A traveler on tiie Ivory coast, Wist Afriia, iays that for threej kegs of powder and a rirle ho can buy a yo'iug woman; thai the sale of girls is as common as any other article of merchandise, that women live in a condition of complete slavery, aud he added incidentally that he had 20 women iu his caravan carry ing baggage. h. I &L ymSefS M IBS tJa V " Lm MEk k1 &r7 u P3 HVk jsM fi la lid V at 1 i& Mo-lin- The older grow and 1 now stand upon the brink of eternity thu more comes Lack tome the sentence iu tiie cRtucliism which I learned whun a child, and tho fuller aud deeper becomes its meaning: "What is the chief end of man? To glorifv GmI, and to enjoy him forever." Carlisle. 1 for I tvcommt-ii- Snfants and Children. Catorf. curw CflK Constipation, Sour biom it .1, Durlir 1. hru.'tation. aui1 Iro"Ote Ul. Kills Wonun, etkxi. nifillcatlon. With.out lujurious Ths Cbntaci Cosipist, TT JIurray Street, N. Y- - "CtorlaLi so well odaptod know n to nve " to children thit ltaRUiwriortoany jirescripUon 11. A. AitciiKn, M. D Oxford St., UrooUlya, N. Y, tJt lit So. e, bu-fo- ro Pi-ay- , 1 How They Got Itich: HIio "1 could m mEH57ra have married either Whipper or Snap- -' per if I'd wanted to, and both of those men whom 1 refused have since got rich, while you are Htilf as poor as a church TUC OIJCI TflFJ (jnilCST He-"- Of mouse." .course. I've beeiiflnL OIILL I UPs nUUOS:, supporting ou all these yeais. They haven't." New York Weekly. D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor ifww farm or ri l7"lP 1 l?ATrP I"ir.'le Crab tlrchrd IUlt Pti llii St4I.fo ures cu mi,'e . ni II MtULKIt. f -- Omul-mothe- A (toon Wav Oi i . A returns is so - from 'the earth that his light, traveling ISH),000 miles a second, takes JM years to reach us. We see the star, in fact, by Firt-clai- . accominoiUtior.i at reaMnalle rules. means of light which left it in the days Opeiiili)- - and ntuht. Simplo nm and neodlhery u In connection. of (jueen Anne. fr Rowland, Kentucky. oi-ti- Nurseries ! FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL BLUEGRASS POSTED. When When When When Baby was sick, we Rate her Castoria. she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. thorn Castor!. the had Children, she This iiBtice forearni liuntert, tishprnicii ami oa our l.ind without other not totrep a all fcuJi will be proteculed to the tilt hw SiuneU-e- t exti-ntit- f n, TREES 11 IhM-rlitlv- e - c M sl.o()NAMOORE. cto A fall stock. Mifli nu I'sLibllslitiu-ntPrices Ixnr. Vt my uo iiu'cnt. mtnluKties on apllcatlop. OF ALL KINDS. Okace SmallndFitriTS Aspaiiaiu', found In Vim&s uiiull . THOMAS C. BAI.U. STF.KI.E HAILF.Y. A.M. KKLAXD. II. W. GAINES. H. F. HILLENMEYER, LEXINGTON, KY. JAMKSOIVENS. . -, X Semi-Weekly Interior Journal .Stanford, Ky , November m A A Dan E. 0 'Sum van's tiuit against the lotteries in the Louisville Critkv.has in tli9Kr.mil jury Umlinp indirt-ruunt- A aKiinit 31 ol tin Frankfort K5. 1391 agents nu-- two of the Louuinnu. Dan usually eta what ho sops for. lot-try l W. P. WALTON. Bradley e.et NErVSV NOTES. Edward H. Mattingly, a rich farmer ukkat m.iuy people want to see Mr. of Marion county, is dead. tho noun-natio- and James Crockett, sent up for robbery, became involved in a ijuarrel, when Murphy cut Crockett in six place, inflicting dangerous wounds. Joe Collins yesterday bought of Gov. McCreary tho Inttur'ri ollloo, nwir thi' Garnett House for $3,000. Tho sorern-o- r has occupied the office over since the bethtowii. inate Southern inau on the National war, and his father occupied it as a medI'ete Jr.ckwm hns ohallfiiged Frank ticket, or the democrats would nominate P. Huv in to fight for a purse of $10,000 ical office. Richmond Climax. n John G. Carlisle, whom he bad rather and a wager of $2.KK). When the lightning struck the e eee president than any iiiun in the counUnion Telegraph building in It. E. Kraney, a Cincinnati jewelry try, provided a democrat is to be elect-e- d. Hile8man. was robbed of Slfl.dOS worth with its 17 Sunday it obliterated it Ho didn't add that on the other of diamouds wires, its 00 pets of Mors' instrumants, at Dayton. band bis party would nominate him for In the month bt October the Brook- S sets of quidruple and 0 of tho but we can draw our in- lyn Bridge was . The damages are newly ropairad operated at a los of ference?, ul the same, ami in the event and tho company is handling nil tho bus'1S1.71S it fchould be realized, uo one will shout Tho Perry county murder oases, iness though with some delay. louder for the The annual rorfrt of the director of growing out of the French Eversolofcud, Kentuckian than we. the mint.shows that the coinage for the woie continued at Winchester. year was the largest yet, aggiegating Brit-ni- l The Uuited States and Great I.t. Gov. Jo.nks of Mew York, was have agreed to submit tho Beiiriug 110,.') 17,877 pieces. The not seigniorage so.completely out of sight by the buritd on tho coinage of silver during tho pnat recent cyclone in the Empire State, that Sea issue to a court of arbitration. The Two tiremen wore killed and several i:: years amounts to but few have ever thought of him since. FULLStates yielded dur. United of The "man who pays tho freight," al- wounded by tho breaking of a ladder mines the im: the last year, gold, SW.S 13,000; silrer lion was cotiuucieu oy wo may iUiorne though claiming to be u democrat and while lighting u lire at Ciucinnati. pro tern. F. M. Hubble and Col. W. (). $57,'.,2.,0O0. Gov. Brown lias llxod January lo having been elected with Hill as one, Hugh W. Rogers, who wag fright- Bradlev and the defenw by lien. W. J. as the date for the hanging of Jesse promised to throw himself in the breach fully wounded by an nssasin at Harlan Lucrum. and do all in his power to defeat Flower, Brown, a negro murderer of Paducah. Judge Sterling II. Toney, of l.ouit-villTlie Knox Court of Claims allowed C. H. six years ago, while he was depuwhose sole offending seems to have is a tony speaker, judging from marshal, died from tho otl'ects of $(i,l)(K5.2.S. The judge and attorney were ty I'. S. been that lie wa3 more popular than the wound at his home in Lexington, his introduction nf Hon iMulul DaiiKh-ertallowed cSOO each and the school superJ ones and got the democratic nominaon the owning of the 'JUi . He told Moudnv. He was well known in politby acclttination, notwithstanding intendent 700. tion Queciuiwttro. ical circles at Lexington and Middlosbo-ro- , tlie audience they were to hear "a diaHouston Kelley was hung at Tho result Jones was a candidate. be bad mond cominentaiy upon a golden text Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine Xo. y. whero in the latter town Tenn., Tuesday, for murder shows that Jones is a very Rinall potato touched by hallowed lire." Could the and Henry Custer at Norfolk, Va., for made his homo for a couple of years. other-wifctsar Agent for HrodhcAil Flour. and few in a hill politically and of the mountain?; the Mary, tin- collision on the CinIn a rear-en- d It is a pity he will be governor the same otleiise. Green- tuned and uiitsmeable Fontaine T. Fox Highest market price p.tii! lor Feathers and Fggs. The residence of Jos. cinnati Southern raihoad of Sew York fiom the time Hill resigns wood, L. Pioreon. superintendent of the I obbitt, in the wildst stretch of his Bogeis, of the Moicur National Hank, to become Senator, till Flower is um this? lis referred to Coal Co., was killed; January. He ought to he near Harrodsburg, burned, with its oon Jellico Mountain injured and the Tally, Mitubeau, Broughum, Sheridan Walter Clark fatally tont; loss $15,000. kept away out in the cold. . K. J. Sutton lighted a cigar anil workmen more or less hurt. Piron and Burke, but said that none of them KCBK.lls dinger and at once surpassed the "solden tongued Demos II. J w II llli.. At.Tiioi'c.11 tho Cincinnati Commercial then alio, himself in Kansas City, tbu saw the approaching Daughorty, of New; for Fomker for U. S. but mug cigar being in his;moutb when helped bin wife out of tho caboose and thenes, Daniel Gazette is howling threw his child to the bnikeman, and Yiirk." Mr. Driiipherty simply replied., Senator and claiming hie election "be- ho waa found dead. Tho whisky Trust is ready to berin was about to step oil the ouboose, when- "With it uiodeety characteristic of the F vijmA' yond the shadow of a shade of a doubt,"' caielets- Celtic, race, I blush at the introduction." a majority of the legielatuio seem to bo distilling spiiits by the Takamire ninth- - ho wax inaUntlv killed. Kunk Judjce Toney might bav truthfully ad-- , for Sherman.' The republicans claim tio od, by which it is said 20 per cent, can nw caustjd the acrident. led that all of tho dUUntfiiishiHl oratory Our Stock of- and of be saved in the cost. votes in the Generul Assembly LANCASTER, GARRAK0 COUNTY. referred to, together with an for a nomination, the Hilly Button, in jail at Glasgow for the IS necessary ble boat of other goldeii'Umgutts, correspondents, who have interviewed the uiurdor of Storekeeper Weir, diml Master Coinmisuioner K. A. ISnrtiand members, bay that Sherman has 41 suddenly, but with his last breath pro side is able to be on tho streets again af- tmugiifs, brass tongue the , (KJiMl uoiiKMee, mini itvtHV illll and Foraker only :V. Sherman hasserv-- J tested his innocence of sickness.. ter a long spell Is nou a,n,osl c imPvU: and wc w' eaWe to show to the ncopk-oand the wo.id still moves in its arc.,-'- .loo .Mitchell, a negro, was taken ed bin party long anil nonoraoiy ami n The music class of Garrtml College"! i.uiLuiii county .is complete .1 stock, we think, as ha ever K I) tooted way, uumindtut of the ktts it haa ingratitude for it houi an oflicer near Fulton, Tuesday will givo an entertainment at the would be tho height of ofleieJ for theii inspection in sn?Uinel. to throw him overboard now for a man j evening-- ami lynched in a maKistrate's next Monday night. claim seems to Iks his gift of yard. His ollbnse was rape, was hurt whose chief Uncle Ben Kobinson, who Card of Thanks. keeping alive the dying embers of the There will be only It lawvers in by his horse throwing him a short time I'ulhc Ktl.ior tnunor JtturMill civil war. the Kentucky Legislature this winter; a ago, waa ablo.lo be in town Wodiiusday. Alio a me through your valuable much smaller number than usual. The to offer my heartfelt gratitude to George Danny and Hampton Andervery The recent election demonstrated farmers nre in the majority. son, both colored men of this county, the dear friends who rendered Mtch reduction of the tariff is clearly that, the Near Somerset James Girdler, while granted pensions at the rate timely aid in rescuing my house Imin the only issue upon which the democrats fooling with a revolver, accidentally shot have been last Monday's fire. May the dear Lord of $12 per month. can unite and achieve victory, and the hi' cousin, Andrew Hines, in the temThe town trustees have met. and preserve them all from such a calamity smart Senators and Congressmen who ple, instantly killing him. Mhs. N. A.Tvhhk "whereased and resolved" in regard to as fire came home last spring determined to adNear Fort Smith, Ark., Alexander the local option law. There is no doubt and retire vance the bilver question Ilice, a burly man, was given 100 lashes that whiskv is sold illegally on "Battle OiTor Sioiit. 'There was a tight Cleveland, havu learned a thing or two. by white caps for having induced a Row," but getting any one to go befoie down street a little while ago, but they Already a number of them have seen girl to marry him. the couit and swear it is a dog with an- couldn't find a detective." the error of their way and are outspok"What use did they have for a detecMcii'h liov. Mowbray, of South Salem, O., other tail. Hoys' en lor Cleveland and for honest taxation was chased four miles and stoned by Society tive." The Garrard County Bible can believing that the silver business police- And Gents' liirnislimK Goods. "i'hey wanted him to find James Itrock, with whose wife the min- met at the Biptist church Sunday night. U'ejare still sole agents for the old take care of itself. Let tho taritr and ister had been too familiar. reliable waterproof HL'KI.L HOOTS. .society hail recently purchased a man." Puck. This economically administered govtm- an l wo more oi tlie 1'erry county outand testaments and ment be our battle cry ana we are as laws have been sent to the penitentiary new stock of bibles a handsome book they, together with sure to wiu in 1SD2 as the election day R. Wesley and William Whittalcor, who case were destroyed by the rec nt big comes. murdered Hob-ji- t I a Candiilalc lor Sheriff (if I.iiicoIh ciHtnly. ub Jameson in lSS(i. insured. tire. They were not ject to the .ict ion ol tlw Dennrratii r,,1Theie was an increase of the nationTlie fire alarm tiothing uiiubuhI of A .luuv.in the U. S. court at Louisville al debt to the amount of $1,'SS..VJ1 dur- late in Lancaster! again brought out the gave Urakemau Howe So.tiSo damages ing the month of Octobor, and o month- - citi.cm Tuesday .moiiiiiiK. The alarm N. 3IENEF2SE, V V .K.Af V .1... umi :... ly statement of the lant show an in was caused by the burning out of a In a (I.ATK AI.KXAN'm.if.S HOTKI , a SherlrT. nwli.lalt' for , Su'.jri t back to (lag a tram ono night and while . ., .. . ,... I.;i to ih action nf lh ilrminrac lltlio i .Nov ui . r. cnimney ai uio .ruBiuem-waiting tins nam came aioog aim cut ins IS,,. Cupt. Win. McDnniol, killed a wild Brown which was extiuyuished. Practice arm oil. If this wasn't contributory goose on the Cumberland river, AND which makes perfect and the boys win get the negligence, which mi.ht have cauod a measured ei: feet from tip to tip of fire engine out about as quick ae a city priMtnr disunter. it would be hard to I 452.50 Day. vitiptiJuid weighed 5 jKinndH. Barbour- - tire company. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Houssuggest a casu, but the bmkemau pro j Jenvine .ews. Mr. Win. Patterson ami Miss that he had been worked utmost to death Wiill A very satisfactory democratic pri- - nie Johnston were nexacb nomlag a LOUISVII.LK, KY. marriid today, nay and that it .was be- without extra of the bride's pa- Under 50 Pounds 1$ cente, ovgt ) .inainnwui kvwih Thursday, at the home "'"'.' m ii.:., ..I.. .:....! A. W Jones, j. J. Nnliy.m J. I.. Matliall,;C!crks. rent, near MoCreary. The bride is a 50 nnd under 100 1 cunt, over awake. '1 m- jury thought m too, stayed i,,,,.,, and nmahm of be dauciter of T. M. Johnston, a prosper100 i of a cent. and gave him nearly all heri.n.io.1. n ous farmer, and the groom is a son of Some unknown KLKIN & CO.. e.pJoled a Judge James Patterson. The ceremony r is sent out from 1'iauklort that the ' the door of was performed by l$ld. J. C. Frank. Imcommit- - dynamite onrtridgt iiiub-three wise men of the SlAM"OHI, KY. a iyr tee are at work laying oil" tho State into' Ir- - W. C. 1'arker's sleeping room, at mediately after the ceremony the happy judicial districts. This looks very much Versailles and wreckil the room, but be c inple left for the home of tlie gr oom in The above is a cut of Dicks Pat Caliioniia. like they do not know wiiat they were ocaped with slight injury, cnt Feed Cutter, the best cutter The four Kendall boys, who with The papers are filled with items as hired for. Tho legislature will attend to of Paiin-caWi- ilfrr to the pulilic a lirt(lHt I.iverv M for all purposes on the market to the contest for that without any suggestions and if the their father tried tooxterminate thn Me (iintiucliun with i.ur look sharp that vis family at 'Jeorgotown recently, broke of great concern ;rHwhich v jrr r.iiiiii in Our lrm ar don't This is a matter try jihI Call and examine. I also have eiy trafeiiialilc are all Dtw ami turnout body will pav but little attention to any jail there Monday night and escaped. to the public and lias assumed national XmI.Im mil our W. CAKKII-.R.I'KTKKt J the u l'l " ' l wa left in jail. Of coiirbo the people of ItawUnil, Ky of its suggestions. j im proportions. , ua., now iin water commu Kentucky feel a great interest in the reGov. Him. has issued his thanksgivnication with the Atlantic. Tho Ocmiil-ge- e sult, as it is of tho utmont importance to ing proclamation and because he did so was opened for transportation Tues- know who is to lick stamps and hand Good And the ahead of tho 'president the republican day and the arrival of the first veai o it letters at the e Paducah. in papers are charging bun with disrespect. was witnessed by jubilant citizens. ilwiinlle.4 into insiniil- Quick RisinGf Buck Vv'hor.t Tin Uhili nll'iiir Isaac Sturgeon was shot anil kilhd ciiii'fcomparetl vvith that of the l. ji. Flour, Maple Svrup, Rolled Oats The country can not wait on a president law, James Tinley, in at l'ailneiih, Ky. who has nothing to be thankful for uud by his father-iOracked Vheat, Imported Mac- is consequently in no hurry to proclaim .Marshall county, because Sturgeon chargC'loll Jolmston mill wiff, of Louis aroni, Cream Ohecse, Strawber- Car of Kanawha Salt just recched. a thanksgiving, ami it will adiniro Gov. ed that ho had been criminally intimate ville, are licic to attend the wedilliiK of ry, Pme Apple, Quince and Rasp- with his own daughter, Sturgeon's' wife. hiia sistor.UlM parkH and wife, of N'idi-! oerry Preserves in bulk, Lemon Hill's timely action. Attorney General W. Ids randrniotliur Sun- - ami uurrant jeny m ouik, reacn irtmmimmM In his salutatory in the Chicago Tunes who was a stockholder in J. Hendnok, o'.tsvilk', visited(ihifs and FlHhor (initios, and Apple Butter, Pickles, plain, the lumbi r day llolman Carter Harrison announces that he is firm of It. 15. Cotter & Co., of ro liere .Sunday, sweet and mixed in bulk, Pickled "there to stay." This is a bad sign. A who made an assignment last Louisville of Cainn tXflFou. Law Pickled Olives, Oelory ; Onions, week, is Mrs. SHiiudra,oJ ' paper which started here once upon a K. w. Lilian!. pressinff, Mustord Dressing by tho failure. said to have lost iti.,KherdauBhu.r,Mra. time was yerv glib about being here to Radish Now Prunes, The Board of Magistrates of FJfiu-in- g .popular drummer, Mr. McDon.l.1, ,ted now, nor was it six etay. It is not here "MODEL county refused to conlirm the Sher- of Cincinnati, i he.e. J..d, Ceorgi Figs Raisins, California Apricots 1...V..I and Peaches. Cranberries, Stan- months after the assertion was made. M fi...i unless he would , iffs delinquent ,y . dard Canned . Fruits and Vegeta-visitini- ;. , . Mrs. IJob Moulin anil son. New OnLKANa is bound to her lottery swear be had been to the hoiiso of each Otix r uiwa ui nU liliiua. suxxii.v4 ... The coutest between me pros iniuviuiiai ana inaae an enort to collect, iiuiiman,nnj,..!..!.!.... ..-- . idols. Deviled Ham, Chicken, Turkey, lieeausu Col. John r. Mines, the Am TinTirir nnrl Vlnin nnnrlieio and antis for delegates to tho State which lie could not do, Senator Vest saya in viow of tho old nuwsnaner inan. went back to "ISrtnl.Af, tMAM HT..n rrliPfwlf convention to nominate. odiceM resulted uiia. vumunno. vric-uof the late elections: "The loic of cups and died of drunkenness after he waivca, Cheese is a victory by 11.000 majority for pros. Fruits, Bananas, all in great Va tho mtuation points to Cleveland aa our bail been treated by tho Keeley bichlo- riety, Fresh and Nice, nothing for tho presidency. The ride of gold remedy, ih no reason why but the Very Best. MoKi.nlev's ollicial plurality in Ham- standard-beareCinciti-Htttariil will be tho iasue and Cleveland its tlie New YorkJ Press, World and Sun ilton county, 0 whiclittucludes . WEAKEN, Lomps, Glass- - end Qucenswarc, Tin- - and iWoodcnwarel Fruit Jars,. iao.T'C, but nevertheless Campbell champion. Ho was never so strong po- should persist in ridiculing the Dwijjht G9 Opposite Portman House. litically as ho is now." Jelly Glasses, &c. uuru. It is well,knowu that thousands bM maiority of the white vote. i Both sides are still claiming tho legon the republican ticket, but the islature in New York. result of the recent oleetlons has so tilled mortgages farm United .States Mr. B. with the spirit of self sacrifice to $l,:r0,o7",000. ainouut that ho is ready to seo the priz-- i co to is A sevflre snow and wind storm Courier-Journa- l. That Gov. MeKinlcv. prevailing in tho Northwest. may b so, but tha. is not tho rea.on The Kentucky Farmers' Alliance is Col. Bradlev cives. He says that both' in M!)lon behind ulosod doors ut Elista- political parties aru too cowardly to nom11 Cnrrnn Whithorne, son of O. P. Cecil, of Boyle, died of lockjaw caused by a wound inflicted by a vicious cow. William II. Harley, ni?ed 07 years and 0 mouths, died at Hoonoville, Kos. Ho was the oldest Mason in the world, having been a member of thy order 75 years. Let us hear no more now Hbout any other oldest Mason. At tho county jail at Mt. Sterling, Logan Murphy, under soutonee of death Wen-ter- Loni-mil- d"n-plo.- $?",-lo."i- I biit-heait- d $71,5-,,SO0.2- f,. L7:vriC"r,:r,:: have been cured by this wonderful remedy and the fact that one in a thousand should relapse after treatment is not a matter of any great wouder. It would seem that there aro thoso who would be rejoiced to know that ttio whole thing is n failure, but why this should bo so is not perceptible when tho need of such a Is Receiving His remedy is so appareut. Every lover of humanity ought to rejoice in the dis- covery of anything that will rescue a victim of the liquor habit from the Goodb Warranto .null i Perfect Iit G.i minted. O.vc .nm a call. ils that environ him and th,t will i.uvi-tallv lend him to iiiiu. f'om The .stateumnt telegraphed Stanford as to an attempt to outran" n nld child" ltv Sum Hunt turn HB Mil ed out mi trial to ho without any foundation in fart. Sam Hunt is it tit ro years of age and the gul R ' nb. uit 1ME3I year of mfe. SJiw is rery handsomi and FOR & FEVER, BILIOUSNESS titiitsu.tlly intelligent. She state i n Mih ttiat tliey wore playing togftlur PRICE HEADACHE AMD ALL ami that the negro boy had a i.nkd DISORDERS. which he threw up and it wh caught by CENTS FOR SALE BY All DRUGGISTS. and that he caught her hand to tale PREPARED BY RICHARDSON-TAYLOit Inmi her. That whs all there, was of MED.CO. ST.L0UI5 MO. it and no attempt waa made by the to do anything wrong. Tho boy made the same statement and both were roboiated by a young man i ho wan itii-- . in a hundred yards of the parties. Mr. Kellv, the farmer wttii wiiom the Lmiv lived, testified as to bis good character Falliiartd 1 Winter Goods TAYLORS 1 I ".xix-im- DOCTOR ir 1 1 CHIliS MALARIAL h-- r ! cr ri v I JUST RECEIVED. - I ST06K GENERAL MERCHANDISE StaiDle Dry Goods, Dress Goods and e, Ladies' Jackets; y droit's ami Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Boots, ITaUiuid Ca)s,Havdu'a,rG and, Bog-ersvil- le, e. Vice-Preside- nr Cu-ei- iniu-puiatedi- n ! ! W. E. PERKINS, Crab' Orchard. e . MEIM -- XH J Lih .r r tt bJ? . lK 11 S FALL AND col-iinu- ih WINTER GOODS, f Court-Hous- u , t ien's and Boys' Suitsnd Overcoats, and . l Men's and Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, Huts, Neckwear,' 1 It. GENTRY M'ROBERTSf&:HXGGX3STS. - I ubuw.....w.. ,' ! J. n THE WIILIL.AI1B 9 Kates Per e ! ICE, ICE loik-w- t THOROUGHLY RKN0VATEI) IMPItOVED. I..-...- .,. l.-- vn - '" j tm iI. R r Dieks Patent Feed Gutter 'iGvV - Sivey Stable. 111 post-mast- h. Conft-itioncr- 1 , .um-uii- Everything to Eat. Studefoaker Wagon 1 nost-oflic- ! n OI2VBE, FIiOW, with CenuinG Extras -- j -- J". IB. FOSTER, ' i Go to A. A. WARREN'S GROCERY'' tax-lis- t, ' ... """"'"'" .......,...,.. , ., 11 r,r nnn,i utli u For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, I re-hu- Uh r Dried apples, Peaches and Brinies, Bice, Blchles, Preserves and Jams; i, JESSE -- M 1 .JIJV L: : . tr' " Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal l.'l, 1SU1 Stanford, Ky., Xovkmiieii B.C. wawon, hub. Manager MEANS Kon Hunt. Nico two-storFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. house on Mnin fitret, with uood well anil cmturn Siioats, to exchange for corn. Apboth In yard. All in nooJ ropnir. .1. K. ply at this otlice. VtinArmlule. lit In a livery ctable tiro at Denver 1 loit ItKsr. Tho double store room men and :'.- - horses wore burned to now ocrupiud by Joe S. Jones, posm-B-- j death. y DON'T IW jLJJLw DECEIVED Simps Tpflflrlw Bion BUSINESS. KmiKAVivo beautifully and nrlifjtirnlly onti nt A. It. iVtuiy'ri. Yoiumvotint in now ready. I'lunso nul sellle. A. It. IVnnv. Hams your 1. WAtrii, vuirnuili' at A. It. Penny's. that all nilvi-rwnio- i'ock nml Jewlry All work untehcH, . twk, bought at A. H. I'enny'H will be inxravcd fre of cliHrire. & , KuirMiiKit PERSONAL POINTS. Mk. Katon i vnry 111 qf fovor. Mi. J. i:. Caiiso.v In viaiUni: .Mr. J. Ci. Cuipoiiti-r. Dit. It. 0. Mono as is npMidi8 a few iI.ivh in 11 union villi1. Mk. (iKOmtK II. HrUV, Of I!.YilltOD, was hero Woiltiawluy. iiaiiii Cikntky went ovar to wlmwlny. .' Mm. Kmm Jo.vih bin Kono to to viiltMi. (). V. W!uy. r of Mr. and I.itti.I! I.rriLK, Mrs. (i. O. (iivi'tirt, linn diphthorin. Mlt. T.il. Fo6Tk wont to Ixinldville Wednesday to ruturn with his wlfit. Mihm IIrttii; I'Avmf wont ,to JuiH-Vill- i' yeMenliiy to reiiMiuaonie time. in from Mit. Tiiom.vh 1'khuuu. wn 1'rtiiM a few days to aftor bin crop. Hkh.uuw, of Junetion CiMiih fcprndiuK the week with tliu Miwes ty, h Wrny. Mu. M. l Hn.KT U back on bin old run liore, lili friends sill bo kIwiI to Mil. Hit l.'xinvton Pino-villi- tlrtuj-htci- ltni; I IUn Simi.mmi, of I1mwhi, np yoxtnnltiy to vWt iitr father, nml P.' Col. T. Hill. Miw Lauma MoAnaixy vm lotHni'Hl to tho (,'ollejjo from u viIt to linr mother at ICnoxvillo. M. K. P. Owi.my stinted to Oolniii-buf- . (In., VnlnHNUy, whore ho jft with Uh vitsw of esUldialiini: a hank. buMi Mu. Uoi.tx Ukoiam, who h Htock liuMiwi in Cinciu-iimin the (or ovrnl yenrw, U bore on a riH Mb. C. .1. TiirtunoM has biwn appointed fouuuan of inarhlnvry at Kowlmnl. y U iiml fiimixli if Air. ppiiiiid Kolly it. Mu -- iM r ii. H ontgl U r given tho tirst day of January, I8t)2. old, Arion, the champion with a record of I'lHj, made a milo at Apply to It. Williams Stanford, Ky. Stockton, Cal., in Ihioj. OtM.su to the mi.ipiauiiiK ot tho copy,) Strayed or Stolen. A bav mare, 12 the fact thai W, 'L SaundeM gave, the yours old. Finder pleaso return to Mrs. f'.',G00bail was not Mated in laM iwue. j J. M. Wrav, Pink Cottage. MewsrH. 0. M. Jonen, It. L. Salter mid W. Tho .New Stanford Holler Mills re It. Dilllon are his Hiiri'tius. uf wheat fioni M. '. ceived a Domuw, at P0 cents delivered. Tun tuueti CrtHcent and Louisville The department of agriculture estiSouthern will sell tieketH w Indiaunp'i-li- s Nov. good for mates tho corn crop of tho country nt and fl return until 2:M, inolusive, at Mie rat nf two billion bushels. The potato crop is one far for tlio round-tri- p from all cou- alno unusually large. Sitnol wore a ((pound harness and pon sUtionn in Kenturky and Temiett-ae- . sulky with a li-lpulled a driver when she reduced the world's A lioon miu fell wliich while trotting record to 2:W. inBtilttcIeut to wet th ground, that Iiiib Thomas Dunlap's bum in Woodford brou dry for many month?, was thank-full- y ford burned ami with it 5 mules, 2,000 rewired. It tiolml the water sup- bushels of wheat, the, tobacco from live ply, M) for tt eiterri8 are eouenrited, nml acres ami his funning implements. furuislied drink for stock that hnvu been H. C. Miller, of Lawrencoburg, will on Nhort rationn h Iiimi time. ship 12,000 tin kes to Boston this season. He hns 40 pickets at work who l Tub Dublin lown Hand in their kill and clean 00 u day. The ruling uniforms will give a street (mrttde price is rents a pound on foot. Nuws. bote ami an exhibition of their iminic at The Cincinnati cattle market is imJ r. M. Tuebday next. Come and tue it, proved anil good ones are in demand, pieMrel to stay to the McttintyV Trou-biobeet shippers IJ to 5J, common to bust allow at night, and take on 5 poiiiid.s butchers J to IJ; hogs are strongor of fat. with tops at '' 0"; slice) are (ptiut at 2 to Tin: Miixie llepaitmcnl uf CtMrranl HJ. W. Hughes sold to Wiehl, of Fayul College will ti ve itH Sth musical , ette county, 30 cattle, weight 1,300 lbs., at the court-hou- t at Ijidwih-ter. Stsiuley Prowitt Fold to same Monday night, Nov. I'J. The of Lexington, :ts plain feeding cattle, ombraeoH vouaI and piano and a couple of violin mdoH weight about I,.YiQ lbs., nt 4 cts. Democrat by Little MIm Imbellu H.iiley, dnunlitur i of Dr. Muelo Itidley, of thin place. trover Cleveland and Hon Harrison are the names ot twin steers owned by n Tim bump of fntltihty i very largely Mr. Wslker, of Jasper comity, Mo. Hen developed on Mayor ). W. Vaudeveor'b weighs 1,000 and i rover tips tho beam head. He really Iwlievoi that therein at 1,010 pounds. Tin y will bo exhibittioh a man as Starr, of Philadelphia, ed at the World's fair. . and that he in coining hem to build the ". II. ILimbrick sold :" head of cutwater worbf, while other jn'oplo ate pounds, at U.ol. Jacob tle, woitrht that when thin wonderful Starr Ponn bought of A. S. Br.inham ik Son appeals the other start) will rise in tho of Midway, 100 laurels of corn nt $1.76, wedt and et in the cat. Bridges &" Heiidrick sold 43,000 pounds pHMHIIIUNr It. V. HlKKKH WritOS to J. of tolwcco at 'ilc, to lie delivered as soon ii'orttHtnwn Times. S. Hoekur, litHj., that his Metropolitan as stripped. j two-yeam ! car-loa- Bil people who offer to sell goods at below coht. Evenj sensible vian knows that a merchant has to make a, profit on the goods he sella. Xow some people offer to sell below cost, S?c. Yon have to look out or they will take the biggest profit they can get. Others are satisfied with as smatl a profit as possible and those are the houses yon should, go to.anid buy your winter goods. 1 he Loidsville Store is one of those houses and we promise to give iolc the bast value for your money you ever got in your life. Our stock of HS-1- 7, Rfififk f!WMfl(? Rfiai1 filn-ik b. Jnt-mla- Carpets, etc., is complese and prices are cut to suit the most critical buyer. JV'c also have some more of 'the damaged clothing from, our burnrd. atmu in Louisville on sale. Mens' JTeaus Pants, 60 cts. Mens' Jaaas Coats, $1.20. Mens' all wool jeans pants,90c. Mens' suits $2.50. Mens' cassimere pants $1. Boys' suits $2.25. o GIVJ&Y .'JIFd eachcustomer who buys $20''s worth of goods from us one Fine Hocking Chair It is not necessary to buy all these goods at the same time. Come in and get your book and we will keen account of Y:-T- cum-ien- s your purchases. IEO-Gt- S 1 A3ST1D - unter-taiume- Bought at the highest market vriee. FEATHERS MAKES ANli (GAIiKIEL, Slanajrcrs. e nt-IJ- THE i LOUISVILLE Main Street, Stanford, Ky, J Win-Chest- er A. 77IIXSAKSKY, STORE Proprietor. If , mr. ham Stationary, Semi-Portable )m trycYiii! IN'U- - STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. power. Uncqualed in Safety, Simplicity, Strength, and Durability. 2S-hor- pr-hiiad- ed l.l-V- ) sizes up to Krwr and Portable. All W'me fur - Illntr.ited I'mi ipU an ' your nanli to National Itauk.of K.nibiw City, ha sue MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. foiKlud to the of the Merohanta The m.tjonty ot the teachers were in NuuoiikI and moved into it elegant building. The ronyolidutiou will leave last week for their pay. 15 reing is building a tho Metropolitan a very strong iiitfUlu a ix, of IiidUiupo-1Mo. M. H. Ma residence in White's addition. Uon, tlie iMpital riuiiaiuluK tiie soui a i ntt(iliiK ltu irt!nile of Mr. Cieorge dentry wiys its a boy sik now and tlie combined doKdl8nver $!, father, lteuben WHIhui.t", who has Imk u 't)0,CtH) Mr. Hooker, who ungineeied and its name is Itichanl Kugoiic. Two tons of beans were shipped to very ill. but bs iniieb butUsr. tbudtal, ii highly iokoii of as a riniin who had intended eier by the Kansas City papois and he Cincinnati from this point lost week. Mks. Katk Hay, Tho laillast ijuarry hns shut down to jtay with friHtid till ChriHtinn, deserves the ixiiiRratulutiouH he is for tho season, to be reopened in April to Kaunas City Wedimwlayon tho lIlneMof Mrs. J. W. next. Tiik following from the Lexington Tinners, from your place wore hero little ihild. K. Arkoi.ii, wife ml two Inidur will be of interest hole, whoro lust meek putting guttering on tho Now-com- b ItK. W. Misa Lu-l- a Hotel. ebildron, of Stanford, nro VtsiUnj: the tho young lady is Mock, of Lincoln county, who moved The firo in the Ixmisvtllo telegrnph fauiily of I?. M. Iliukle. Mra.S. CTrno-he.i- rt ago, has ofHce Sundav. caused by lightning, deh.iH been on a vMt to Nashville, to this city about 2 months been restored to health by a ditllcult layed business on all lines. Parm Tenn., sinet lnL Vlnolny, surgical operation performed by Drs. Thomas Taylor, the crack shot ot Keutuekinn. not Hecur-lt- Harrows and Johns at the Protestant In- ML Vernon, carried oirtho "whole hog" Mu. T- M. Pknxisoton has n Iioum' yat and he anil bin family are firmary. An interesting feature of the at the shooting match Saturday. The general ollicers of the L. i'v: N. htill with friendH. lie i.t considering the case is that sh was treated four years invitation of hiaboysto imiuio to. Mid ago in Lincoln county for another trou- are expected to jiass over this division Thursday, on their annual indlcnhnro, but we hope wo aliall not looe ble, through the eirorof load physicians in making a diagnosis of her ease. The spection tour. his exeellent family. operation whs performed laet Thursday A number of forest tires were in and the patient is now doing exceeding- prognss in dilleient portions of the CITr AND VICINITY. ly well. Hoth of lier physicians say that countv when tlie mucli prayed tor ram Nkw line of beautiful wall paper at W. the Biuxefw of their work was largely came and extinguished them. It. Mcltoberta'. due to tho heroic patience shown by Misfl Citizens have contributed liberally to Mr. Halm's family, near Maretburg, Foil auythiug to wu and served in any Mock. 1) vin ti ham' has sued out a writ of who bad the misfoitune to lose their fctyle, go to It. .iminer'H restimnmt. habeas corpus to regain piwseision of bis house by tire a short time since. Soi in gold ring found. Owner can "Old Sam," the faithful old horse of cliill. He states that Motile 0 or 7 yems gel it by calling at thia olrtce and paying ago Mr. H. Carpenter, after :V yoais' service, his wife left him and hor sixmoutlis tinder. olnirtug,,tur and went to Itohort 1 uind's Kttvenptho ghot Monday. Mr. J. K. ehithing stoie has to live and Iihm muc been employed McClury had a valuable horse to dio A ht oMi-HAo tint oiUctaj of thuro as a domestic. She has given tin Monday. bien openiMl in Messrs. Jo1 Adams and Jnmo Lenv-ul- l, P.rm ' livery sUblf by Sum Huiwilstoin child no .Uutiou in (hat time and the of tiananl, were out on a (Wuing x- entire c ir- - of raisin it iias devolved on iV i V I hey him. One day this Hwk she saw the tftirsiou several days last week. -council of DanviU ha of a :t,0l)0-acti- i Tiik city child on tin road and sweurmgit brought also assisted in tlie urrey the arrwit ami lecently sold by Alvah Pul-bu- s it to Mr. Lund's by force. Judge Var-no- u tract of laud conviction of tlie seuodrtlH who set tho to a liunlier compiuiy at Ford. The KTnuteil the writ and tbo testimony of this to Durham A Durham's store. will Ih heard this uiuniiug. J i mil staled land lies eight mile southenst place. e is a Iwd woman and not pAHMKifcMy tliw aroiiml te brenkiug that bis Dan ijctiin and Harry Brownlio beautifully summ the niiti. Ui lrouh tho proper una to raise a child, while the up Sunday evening on the hunt woman puts in a counter ehargtt that were in of a Imvinn a similar f of a iero who had entered and robbed Wheat U wining (Irani is the keeHir of hone of prostithe earth. tho room of the latter at Livingston the outllnelyand xfer nil ther is much tution, a drunkard and in no sense tho kind of a person to have charge of a niht before. The thief carried away it life in tho old land yet. child. The enso will he an interesting suit of clothes, an overcoat, hut, boots, train, consisting o' one and will no doubt dm w a crowd, us two pistols undf 70 in money belonging Tin: tlve hperial sleeping, eating and observa- some things of a lively nature aits likely to Hnny ami other jjucKts. Jadci King, Marshal Suodgrass, T. tion cms, pawed yesterday with (ieueial to he proved. J. Ballard and W. O. Pike have returnall the di Manager J. U. .Metcalfe and I r has been notorious for a long time ed fiom Nabh ville, whore they deli vend vision BupuiintendonU. It is their anover the mad and as tho sys- that it was about as easy to got whisky 21 convicts capturou" in this county. nual tour point with :10 tem embraces nemlv 1.000 miles it will in the prohibition town of Danville as in They started from this town of Stanford, prisoners. Four of them escaped by the saloon-license- d almost a month lor the trip. biii-im- ss PoM-iwHt- TEIE JAMES rjF.X'FEI., & CO., 'HVOBKCITV SI'KINI.HI I D iJTte. jh&SS, " mm Jr -- fi.t!' '.A OHIO Si?- - in K 'r Me-Cunl- Willisms, the UockcsMle oiator, was in Iouisville to hear the treat; Dmiuhcrtv. Mr. U (t. Williams, of this place, attend-in- n Centre College, has be n chosen one of tho orators for one of tho societies to speak at tlieir open session next sprinjr. Hicliaid is a close studi-n- t and will make n mark in the world. Misses May Adams nml Lou McKeo are vtsitini; friends bore. Mr. K. T. Fish ill hliortl y tnke a pO"ilion with a Knoxville hoiiFe. After the services. Mie-Y- on dreadful fellow! Why did yon smile during tlie oirertory ? Ho I couldn't help it. Tiiere was MiKs Addie l'ose sini;iiiK "Had I tin winjis of a Dove." Tho mental picture trying to fly of a two hnndred-poiinde- r wiiiks was too with a piir of much for me. Pittsburg Bulletin. four-inch its v h&xm I vv m I E rrV V t.V LA " H H53 rT! LP m eri rc uvrw tir m' ' !3 U "tfeK .fa iba iV JFPi tSTpS;' ir ivy j a & m hi U?y Complete Line of School Books, School Supplies, Newest Styles in Fancy Stationery and Tablets. The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Heady Mixed Paints and Neat's Carriage Paints; Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil- well-know- - d to-da- verware, Watches, Clocks to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, day and night. NEW AIlVEUTISEMF.Nl. ComrTissioners's, Sale. Lincoln Circuit Court I.ucv it Kc , 4 fenilMts. Rhode, .Vc , l'lamlirti.v. Corn Snhiln Kiutiy. It limits. u lly Mttiie ef jwdgKMHt ratnlirwt in tyl.l aue at th Octubcttira., 1891. f ail lourl, thi-alo- c Ka 'V &&? WW -- h HE WEAKEN 1 leadquarters For- - I Kill ,.d Wednesday, Nov. ai 11 111 25U1. Itoves, .. or ihrcaliut. n the farn, which it. .oii my. Ky . In tli neighs. rh od ol H 10 thr hll,-- t junilion Citir. l"cribd l.nliicr at piibac uuitun iht fulkiwin (irocrU , to it Firm, val iblc finn of I'lby l.ni.oln Btl a. Heating b coves. III Acreo and ono Rood Inch li:i xpoii it a f tr,l iri.inv lanJ. le ..ellui( hvu,aoxit brn und out I com-lor- Cooking; Stoves biiJd-ii.H- , ex-wif- Ht frs h-r- e pnl-veri.i- lai!Bi water. Mii thn tfuixi H'ri'a "f or.vei int to both .hoo) and Saul faim i (.hurdies in a Kol pufchh. rhood an-- i lun'Jed rWgtiiiiim MHoai iorner tu lMOll im thu mth her like line of Mr A I ItawkiiiN, S. S f.i',li 14 pwkraaMd I, linka to a Ume lint !' , 8 V, I. 114 1 link. S. jU hi line . j V n ittone, orner to lltlm tlunie N. i4'4. iMiles link. N' 49 w Pn:f Kidvr, ihfBce N. 75 V.i4M!ea6link, eoriw-rtW 8; pole K links to mruer V. 4Jio'.et N. Jit'i sloiiu, of SiMipoti, th(ic S. 4 V w jolm to u licitui- 1'.. JJ oIe ti llnki Mi the thelHir S e Mn"ir ithanl aihI other iir iinpiwamcat, ll 4ll. I bioveware, btovepipe. X; i I i, i,tu!i idol Altoat the ame liai one-lu- Jind place, lulerent in uill sell .in WHf. A'l sYm&D& B0BT. PENZBL, Dclcrln ' require As incendiary attempt to destroy Durham A. Durham's store, in Danville, which, would communicat the flumes to the adjoining buildings and bum the business portion of the town, was discovered in time to p;event a conllagra-tion- . When an cntranca was gained into the store it was discovered that paper and pieces of boxes had been stacked at the back door and saturated with coal oil and ignited to further aid tlie damps. A hole had been cut in tho door about a foot from the ground and tho flro was burning on both sides and rapidly approaching a largo coal oil reservoir in the room. U ia thought to have been an attempt to destroy the town by boiuo of the negioes or their friends who have been hunted down and heavily ilneiljfor carrying on the sale of whisky in violation of tho local prohibi tory laws. about tlie only dillereneo being that tlie quality of the former was far from being up to the latter. Tho.ollicers in have, we are glad to know, at last caught on to what everybody else knew and seem deteiiuiued to sliut oil' tlie trallicor land every scamp who violates the law in jail. A couple of detectives employed for the purpose secur ed indisputable evidence against the parties, most of them negroes, and on their oaths 10 warrants were issued. The accused huvejbctiii on trial for several days and Hues tothe amount of several thousands of dollars hnvo been entered, e sencnirying with them a if not paid or replevied. We are tence, glad to see this work go on and hope tho authorities will not stop w hen they get through with tho negroes, but fineevorv mother's sou engaged in the illegal traffic. lAjt prohibition prohibit, or repeal tho law. Dan-vill- e woik-hous- Ii t mcoii,' Utlween M.un tnd arc eiHittfiJ i.j I 0. Sprinit Mrcetn. re. tlie jumping through the car windows while iiikl sirset.' one conta nm I Ibird i.hth a. ill bio. k 4 lots of n acre. othor ii huh run b.ii.k fron Main tlfel. lot - No. passing point near Fiankliu, thisState. No l)lH.k, conlMimlis Sd mwitfan acre- lot of Two of the prisoners were not identified No atbi ot n aire; lot No 3 totitniniiij: lot an "77 i by the prison authorities as convicts, n containingin,uu;ii of Saulacre; will No 4beconiain-u,- r , ... o fit toil lot firt , the bid ralitn winch tho men had made before , mparately and tbim a. claim will be ancpiwl. 11 leaving here. Tuey were released an ,i tin. mokttnonry umliii!td f interest in TKRMS'-'I- he monins. will be Mill on a rcini u Ion their way paid to Memphis, their home, nanl the (iid furm ill be sold un a credit of i Hut In witi.il They appeared very well satisfied with month, two j ears ard four jcbm of the iitircluser Willi IhiiuU the result of their experience. app oved peroual security, Iiumpk tlie force and Mr. lieorgo Williams is in from Tex . effect of a judijminit, lieauns 6 prr cnt 1inleret ami 4 Iroiu ilate until pant miu ine imerci on and .1 lien to lie as. Messrs. U. W. Baker, of London, irar Ixiiiils to tie paid retaineitupou the property old until all the and A. .1. Fish, of Altumont, were with money paid CM DAMSON. M C I C C. us Sunday. Mr. II. O. Weber is home 7 TOWN LOTS IN JUNCTION CITY. Iltnle o.int. and dtatrlbed and bmiililc'! tli i r.r.t. I.ut S'o r. fitnatad in block Nu t, wl bet bitween tlie 1. (v N'. K. R and Spring street, and ont.1111 1 nibl'xk N" -- ioj.i,,hi -- '. t ! !' Im til an H nt, ivTOfCH'i I will mmaiKi VWSEXMmi: tub" clicks mmw, (Stanford, Ky.) J N. MCNEFEE Repairing neatly and promptly done. All Worlc "Warranted. take old gold or silver 1: in exchange ior goods. Fine Watclics a Specialty. no-h- alf ' a. c.siN Stanfopd Lumber Yard, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. pur-iha- LU3I1SER, from Knoxville and has tho fever. Capt. It. L. Myers, of Woo Ibine, is with us for a few days. Jailer King is on his way to Nashville with more captured Coal Creek convicts. The pleasant sound of falling rain Monday night awakened somo of our citizens, who arose and remained up the balance of tho night. Dr. Lovell baa beon to Middlesboro consult- hiK w.tli tho tiro brick men. Mr. 0. C. LATH, MRS. FR&8K MTnEHS. : 54'j SASH, FLOORING, DOORS, CEILING, SHINGLES, BLINDS, SIDING. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. PURCHASING AGENT. Chicago, S7 : : : Illinois. rost-Qffic- WOVEN "WIRE FXHST-CX.ASS AXTD We carry a full stock of everything found in a SLAT PE2TCE. Plymouth I'lactmr Wentwuith Ave. e ner cent Uemit by Pntal Not,:. New Yuri Exchange or hv Oppnrtunilica lor t'.irjrains 111 all tinea KxprrM. ot good unaurpatteii. iir.r Ciimmlition Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. or building. LUMBER TTARJX - -- , - wiugsand weighed 15 pounds. Bnrbonr-vill- e lire company. suggest a case, but tho brakoiuau proved Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HoiXuwh. Mr. Win. Patterson and Miss Jenthat lie had been worked almost to death A very satisfactory democratic pri- - nie Johnbton Wt Kill dvltvir in- each worntnc a UttU.wi I.OUISVILLK, KY. were marriid today, without extra pay and that it .was be- niary election by the Australian svitwin Thursday, at the home of the brldw's W. n. t rvA.w a- y- " over 50 Pounds 1J yond his physical endurance to have or voting, was held in ' Louisville Tue-- I A. W. Jones, ). J. Suiliv.ni, J, I Marshall, Xlcrkv ' near McCreary. The bride i a 50 and under 100 1 ceat, ovor stayed awake. The jury thought so too, day for council men and memberd.oi the daughter of T. M. Johnston, a prosperull liu tilaiiiirwl nai.l 100 of a cent. ...... ....... v " "" nu.i i.iiii.k Ittid nftnrlt ar.U ous farmer, and the groom is a son of Some unknown explodel a Judge James Patterson. The uoremonv F- T is sent out from FrauUloit that the1 '!!; of the revisory commit- - dynamite cartridge under the 'door of was lerformed by lild. J. C. Frank. Imthree wise men tee are at work laying oil' tlio StaUs into IJr- - W. C. Parker's sleeping room, at mediately after the ceremony the happy judicial districts. This looks very much Versailles and wrecked the roorti, but he c hi pie left for tho homo of tho gr ooui in The above is a cut ofDicks Pat like they do not know what they were ecuped with slight injury, California. "itfevv" The four Kendall bovs, who with cut Feed Cutter, the best cutter hired for. Tho legislature will attend to The papers are filled with items as r of PaduV - Livery tfer lo the puMic a tirsti to the contest for for all purposes on the market that without any euggcitions and if tho their father tried toextenninate Him j re r.innm don't look sharp that vis family at ''eorgotown recently, bioke eah. This is a matter of great concern Mc which we Conlettiontry.in Connucilon with mir (IriH'sry ami Our Icirm r ciy Call and examine. also have irainal.Ii: body will pay but littlo attention to any jail there Monday night and escaped. to the public and bus assumed national XO.nl Ui.i .intl our turnout-- am all new and hi J V. C.VKR1UR.V 1'KIRK the the old mini wa left in iui! of its suggestions. Of course the people of proportions. KowUnd, K '7 "" lirauJ ll'. Macon, Ua., now ha water commu- Kentucky feel n great interest in tho rethanksgiv- nication with the Atlantic. The Ocmul-ge- o Gov. Hill has issued his sult, as it is of the iitmont importance to -- - ID ami was opened for transportation Tuesing proclamation and because he did so Good know who is to lick stamps and baud! of tho 'president the republican day and the arrival of tho first ahead And the e in Padueah. vecl oit letters at the papers are charging him with disrespect. was witnessed by jubilant citizens. alJ'air dwindles into insignifi-Quick Risincr Buck Wheat The Chili Isaac Sturgeon was Hhot and kilhd The country can not wait on a president M. Flour, Maple Syrup, Rolled Oats, cuii't' ctnnpaiecl vitli that of the who has nothing to be thankful for and by hii father-ilaw, James Tinley, in at I'atlncah, Ky. nrjip.lrfrl WliPtit. Tninnrfprl TVTnn. is consequently in no hurry to proclaim Marshall county, because Sturgeon charg(.'loll .lohnston and wifi, of Louis jarom, Cream Cheese, Strawher- Car of Kanawha Salt just received. a thanksgiving, and it will admiro Gov. ed that he had been criminally intimate ville, are here to attend the wedding of ry, Pine Apple, Quince and Rasp- action. with his own daughter, Sturgeon's' wife. Hill's timely his sister. Kd Sparks and wifo, of Nidi-- ' berry Preserves in bulk, Lemon -- ""lorney J. Hendnck, olasville, visited his jrrandrniother Sun- - and Currant Jelly in bulk, Peach miVl iMiiiiM In his salutatory In the Chicago Ti.nea w" w " stoc'Kimitler in the lutnbc r day Uoliimn oIbfsi and Fisiior (iaines, and Apple Butter, Pickles, plain, Carter Harrison announces that he is of 1 ' Cott.er lt Co- - ol Louisville, of Camp ENelFoii, were here .Sunday, sweet and mixed in bulk, Pickled "there to stay." This is a bad sign. A rnl Pickled OllVCS, Celory - Onions, paper which started here once upon an"u"mua,"",,,,il"",r"1 '"" weeK, is Mrs. Saunders, of I.awrencebury, k vis- pressing, mustara Dressing, Cira-Ti.- e fiiU'(1 to ,,nva lwt K. w. i.iUard. ' tlio failure, itine her daughter, Mrs. time was very glib about being here to -- T,,t' ,5oartl of MaKietrntes of popular druniiner, Mr. McDonald, ted Horse Radish, New Prunes, hs is not here now, nor was it six; stey It GROCERY" rmse(I to the Sher- - of Cincinnati, is heie. Jmlci. Geore Fl&3' RaiS13, California Apricots " ""y after the assertion was made. g ilPs delinquent unlecs lie would Denny and wife, of Lexineton, an here ' ld Peaches. Cranberries. Mrs. Bob Yom. adso,,,'?ard0panietyr"1Vnd New Oulkaxs is bound to her lottery' swear he had been to the house of each Beef, idols. The coutest between the pros individual and made an effort to collect, lluiiman, o ..iuii.. Mr .D . Chicken, Turkey delegates to tho State which he could not do. 1. Mine. -l- leeause Col. John and antis for the& Candig Fan -- Senator Vest says in view of tlio re-old newspaper ...an, went baek to 1" , convention to nominate ollicers resulted 0alea N(tSt California Green a yictory by 11,000 majority for pros, suits of the late elections: "The logic of cups and died of drunkenneHH after he j pruits Bananag all in great Va. Cheese, mo Hiiuauon points to uievoianu as our had been treated by the keeley bicho. L.iet Fresh and m nothinff n standard-beare- r MuKinley's olliclal plurality in for tho presidency. The ride of cold remedy, is no reason why but the very Best. which.includeB Cincin-aat- i, tarill will be tho issue and, Cleveland ils the New York Press, World and Sun county, 0., . Lamps, Glass- - md Quecnswarc, Tin- - and tWoodcnware, Fruit Jars, He wus never so atroiiR po- should persist in ridiculing the D wight ia 5,770, but nevertheless Campbell champion. Opposite Portman House. ) 69 litically ai he is now." that thousands Jelly Glasses, &c. num. lt is kM a majority of the white vote. c j Curran Whithorne, son of O. P. Ce- have been cured by this wonderful rem- - j cil, of Boyle, died of lockjaw caused by n edy and the fact that one in a thousand wound inflicted by a vicious cow. should relapse after treatment ia not a lot-crlt would William II. Harley, aged it" years matter of any great wouder. .Stanford, Ky., November 115, and 0 months, died at Hooneville, Kas. seem that there are those who would be He wus the oldest Mp.soii in tho world, rejoiced to know that tlio whole thing is having been a member of the order "o a failure, but why this Hhould he bo is NEWSY NOTES. years. Let us hoar no more now about not perceptible when tho need of such a Is Receiving His remedy is so apparent. Every lover of Edward II. Mattingly, a rich farmer nny other oldest Mason. Mr. A miKAT many people want to see At tho county jail at Mt. Sterling, humanity ought to rejoice in the disis dead. nomi- of Marion county, Bradley get tho Logi'n Murphy, under sontonce of death covery of anything that will rescue a Both sides nro still claiming tho legnation ou the republican ticket, but tin and James Crockett, sent up for robbery, victim of the liquor habit from tho per Goods islature in New York. Warrante and "ji Perfect Fit Gmr.vUecd. G.ve uim a call. result of the recent elections has so filled farm mortgages became involvpd in a quarrel, when ils that environ him ami that will iuevi-United States Mr. B. with the spirit of self sacrifice Murphy cut Crockett in six place, in- tahly lead him to ruin. amount to $1 'i,'i"tQ,o'i,000. that he is ready to see the priz-- i go to from The Mtuteiuent telegraphed A severe snow and wind storm is dicting dangerous wounds. That Gov. McKinley. Courier-Journa- l. Joe Collins yeslerdav bought of Gov. Stanford as to an attumpt to outrage a prevailing in tho Northwest. may be so, but Urn, is nut tho rtMnon '"nix-yea- r old child" by Sam Hunt turn The Kentucky Farmere' Alliance is McCreary thn lattnr's otllre, near the Col. Bradley gives. H says that both s ed out on trial to he without any fS.UQO. nn The storern-orhaBe'sion behind closed doors at lJHa-- I Garnott House for in political parties art) too cowardly to nomoccupiinl the ollice oror since the dation in fact. Sam Hunt is it m gro bsthtown. inate a Southern man on the National ' 1'ete Jnckaon has challenged Frank war, and his father occupied it as a med- ah. nil II years or aue and the Riri mi ticket, or the democrats would nominate V. 'WWIRn year if Hie. She ia very handsoiiiiai.il ical office. Ilichinond Climax. felav in lo ilht for a purse of SI0,CtK) QK CHIM.S John d. Carlisle, whom he had rather mid a wager of &.500. She stated cu When the lightning struck the Wes- unusually intelligent. see president than any man in the countern Union Telegraph building in Lonl"-v- n iMih ttittt they were playing togetlur 11. E. Kraney, a Cincinnati jewelry PRICE try, provided a democrat is tt he elect- Hnlesmau. was We Sunday it obliterated it with its 175 ami that the negro boy had n m k I robbed of $10,WIS worth ed. Ho didn't add that on the other of O0 pets of Mors' instruments', which he threw up and it was caught ly DISORDERS. wires, its diamonds at Dayton. CENTS hand his party would nominate him for r and that he canght her hand to tal-FOR SALE BY AIL DRUCGISTS. S sets of ouidruidex and (l of the du In the month 61 October the Brookt, but we can draw our in- lyn Bridgo was MED. CO. ST. LOUIS MO. operated at a 1oj of $?.', plex. The damaces are newly repaired it troiu her. That was all there, was of, IPREfAREDSr RICHflRDSON-TAYLQ- R ferences, all the same, and in the event it and no attempt was made by the by and the company is handling nil the ?1S1,71S will shout l"i. it should he realized, no one to do anything wronj;. Tho boy made though with some delay. Tho Perry county murder oaves, ' louder for the of tho director of me same statement ami Doth were The annunl report growing out of tho French Evcrsolufeud, Kentuckiau than we. shows that the coinage for the rolmtated by a young man w ho was w it- - j the mint weie continued at Winchester. The United States and Great Brit- year was the largest yet, aggregating hi a hundred yards of toe patties. Mr. j Gov. Josin, of New York, was Lt. not seigniorage Kelly, tho farmer with the buv burhd so.comp!etely out of sight by the ain uve agreed lo submit tho Buhriug 10,5 17,877 pieces. The during the past livrd, testified as to his wnoui good character on the coinage of silver Sea issue to a court of arbitration. recent cyclone in thw Empire .State, that -. Two firemen wore killed and several 1.- years amounts to $71,05'J,$tH).y,. The hut few have ever thought of him since. States yiehlwl dur-iii- r The "man who pays tho freight," al- wounded by tho breaking of a ladder mines of the United the last year, gold, 532,8 15,000; silver mm niiiiiunmi wj-- Vvuiniiv .iionie though claiming to be a democrat and while lighting a lire at Cincinnati. M. Hubbl and Col. W. O. pro Um. 557,225,000. Gov. Brown has llxed January lo having been elected with Hill as one, Hugh W. Uogors, who wnq fright- Itradleyaiid the defense by Gen. V. J. as the date for the hanging of Jesse promised to throw himself in the breach fully wounded by an nssasin at Harlan Luidraiii. nnd do all in his power to defeat Flower, Brown, a negro murderer of Padueah. Judge Steiling I). Toney, of Louit- Tim Knox Court of Claims allowed C. H. six years ago, while he was depuwhoso sole offending seoins to have U. S. marshal, died from the ell'ects of ville, is a tony speaker, judging from ty been that ho wa3 more popular than SO.IHW.'JS. The judge and attorney were allowed SiiOO each and the school super- the wound at his home in Lexington, Ins introduction of Hon iMnlul Dough J ones and got the democratic nominaMondav. Ho was well known in polit- erty mi the evening of the MUi . He told tion by acclamation, notwithstanding intendent i700. ical circles at Lexington and Middiosbo-ro- , the audience they were to hear "a diale, lloiiblon Kelley was hung at Tho result Jones was a candidate. where in the lattei town ho had mond commentaiy iivon a go I dun text Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine Xo. Tenn., Tuesday, for murder ehows that Jones is a very small potato 9. touched by hallowed tire." Could the made his home for a couple of years. " nnd few in a hill politically and other-wih- and Henry Custer at Norfolk, Va., fur Agent for Hrodhcad Flour. d collision on tho Cin- Ciceio of the mountain; the fiery, In a rear-en- d It is a pity he will bo governor the winie oll'ense. ami uutaiiitHiblo Fontaine T. Fox Highest market price paid lor Feather and ICggs. The residence of Jos. cinnati Southern rnilroad nmr Green of New York fiom the time Hill resigns Uogors, of the Morcer National Bank, wood, L. Piereon, superintendent of the 1 obbitt, in the wildest htretch of his iui- to become Senator, till Flower is inauum thia? il roferrtMt to .Mountain Coal Co., was killed; mum nation, gurated in January. He ought to be near Harrodsburg, burned, with its con Jellico Walter Clark fatally injured and five Tally, .MtrabmMi, I'rougham, Shuridan tents; loss 515,000. kept away out in the cold. E. J. Sutton lighted a cigar and workmen more or lees hurt. Pi"ion and lturke, but said that iinue of theui Commercial then shot himself in Kansas City, the saw the approaching danger and at once HiiriHWeil the "widen tonguwl Dtmos-- , II. J M. kCBKiUv W It AiruoiM.u the Cincinnati Gazette is howling for Forakor for U. S. burning cigar being in his;iuouth when helped liw wifo out of tho caboose and thonus, Daniel Daughurty, of New cs $TV-H IV tf: threw his child to the bmkeman, and York." Mr. Dauj;herty slinjily replied Senator and claiming hi flection "he- -; he m found dead oil the oabooe, when "With a uiodeety characteriMic id th yond the shadow of a shade of a doubt," Tho whisky Trust is ready to herin wan about to fctep 2C. JU-OS- o carelees-uea- s Celtic I bliitdi at the intrtwlucUoii. ' a majority of the legislature seem to be distilling spirits by the Tnknuiiro meth- he wa instantly killed. Bank .ludg Tone v might lmv truthfully ad-- , caused the accident. for Sherman.' The republicans claim 5 od, by which it is said 20 per cent, can ded thai all of tho dUUHKiiislmd oratory ? Assembly and of bo saved in Hib coat. Our Stock of votes in the General LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. referred to, tojselhnr with an nomination, the 4S necessary for Hilly Button, in jail at Glasgow for the hie hunt of other correspondents, who have interviewed the murder of Storekeeper Weir, diml Ma&ter Commissioner U. A. Hum-sid- e , hraad tongues and k the members, bay that Miermnu iias 41 suddenly, but with his last bieath d streets again af- Uugiu-s- , is able to be on tho d vu.tKH'-n, ,. , Sherman hasserv-eI , limn milk; miirv Jl IW51 HrtMV J and Foraker only his innocence. long epell of sickness. ter a anu we will ueaMc to nhnw to the pcople'of l""u:- - ami the world still moves in Us itii.-- , hiB party long .nd honorably and it Joo Mitchell, a negro, was taken music clans of (larnml College The 'na.uai (.umuy complete a stock, we think, as has ever haei would bo the height of ingratitude for it from an oflicer near Fulton, Tuesday will give an entertainment at the Ceurt-Houb- c tomeii way, uiiminitiuiof tholo-vii- t silKtaiueu. offeieJ for thcln inspection in throw him overboard now for a man evening, anil lynched in a magistrate's to next Monday night. whofce chief claim seems to be his gift of yaid. His oil'ense was rapi1 Uncle Ben Robinson, who was hurt Card of Thanks. keeping alive the dying ombors of the There will be only 14 lawyers in by Ids horse throwing him a short time f'Jth Kd.iitr Iatnor Journal civil war. the Kentucky Legislature this winter; n ago, wus able.to be in town Wednesday. Allow me thiough your valuable colmuch smaller number than usual. Tho Ueorge Denny and Hampton Ander- umns to offer my heartfelt gratitude to demonstrated very The recent election fanners nro in the majority. son, both colored men of this county, the dear friends who roudciud such clearly that the reduction of the tarilfia Near Somerset James Girdler, while have been granted pensions at the rate timely aid in rescuing my bouse from the only issue upon which the democrats fooling with a levolver, accidentally shot of $12 per month. last Monday's fire. May the dear Lord can unite and achievo victory, and tho hi cousin, Andrew Hines, in the temThe town trustees have met nnd preserve them all from such a calamity smart Senators and Congressmen who ple, instantly killing him. "whereased and resolved" in regard to as fire Mne. X. A. Tyhbb v came home last spring determined to adNear Fort Smith, Ark., Alexander tho local out ion law. There is no doubt question and retiro vance the silver Rice, a burly man, was given 100 lashes i that whNky is Bold illegally on "Battle Ottof Sic.ht. "There was a flght Cleveland, have learned a thing or two. by white caps for having induced a 12 Uow," but getting any one to go befoie down street a little while ago, but they Already a number of them have fceen year-olgirl to marry him. the court ami swear it is a dog with an- couldn't find a detective." the error of their way and are outspokltev. Mowbray, of South Saloni, O., other tail. "What uye did they have for a detecen for Cleveland and for honest taxation was chased four miles and stoned by Biblo Society tive." The Garrard County believing that the silver busintts can James Brock, police"They wanted him to tiud with whose wife the min met at the And Gents' church Sunday night. Goods. Wc.'arr still sole aKents for the old of itself. Let the taritf and take care ister had been too familiar. society had recently purchased a man." Puck. reliable waterproof Hl'KLL J3QOTS. This, an economically ndministerel govttn-inen- t Two more of the Perry county out- new stock of bibles ami testaments and be our battle cry and we are as laws have been sent to the penitentiary they, together with a handsome book Bure to win in 1SD2 as the election day K. Wesley and William Whittakor, who case were destroyed by the rec nt big comes. murdered llobrjrt Jameson in ISSfS. I. a CwHidale lot Sheriff of I.mrtMN count v. tub. not insured. lire. TJiey were to the action ol tlw IJcm(KTtk jurty. Tiieie was an increase of the nationThe fire alarm (nothing unusual of ject A .lunY.in the U. S. court at Louisville al debt to tho amount of SI,2SS,.V2I dur- late in Lancaster; again brought out tho gave Urakeinau Howe f3,0S," damages ing tho month of October, and o month- citizens TueMlay .inoining. Tlio alarm againBt the N. X.iV M. V. Howo waa-en- t ly statement of tho lrutt il show nn in- was caused by the burning out of a niglit and while I x iftuilidatt for Su'-- . t SlwrlA'. back to Hag a tiaiu one il.ATR AI.CXAVPl.it'SIIOTKI , , crease. chimney at the .residence of .Air. K. to thvaction of the ilpmwracy ItWcti. i Nov waiting the tiain camo along and cut his i$9-Cupt. Win. McDaniel, killed a wild Ilrown which was extinguished. Practice arm oil. If this wasn't contributory goose on the Cumberland river, which inakee perfect and the boys can get the a negligence, which might have cau-e- d measured mx feot from til) to tip of lire engine out about as quick hs ft city greater disaster, it wouhl be hard to Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Dan E. O'Sollivan's fiirht njjrtlnat the y lotteries in the Louiavillo Critic, ihas theeand-jurllndini: intlirt-men- ts against 31 ol tho Frankfort 1891 njents mil two of the LouUinna. Dan usually gets what ho goes for. H.g.RUPLBY,- W. P. WALTON. Falferad Winter Goods 1 1 DOCTOR " TAYLORS vw J r ft FEVER, 8IUQUSMESS. HLADAOIEWDALl MaLARIAL h-- Epns bus-hies.- ", big-heait- d cr 1 1 1 JUST RECEIVED. S,;;l::rrrsr,:r,; FULL ui 1 ST06K GENERAL MERCHANDISE Staple Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Ladies' Jackets; Kog-ersvil- Mm's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Boots, Jrats and Cas, Hardware and Quocuswuro. e. uu-tun- Vice-Preside- ' W. E. PERKINS, Crab'.Orehard. a a j ; nn, NEW --.. III..S ' goiden-UiugUM- s, pro-toute- '.. EiFALLAND WINTER GOODS. ,,,, ...... """ "!"ie ji lxn j ( fen's and Boys' Suits'and Overcoats, 3IcjiV and I'm-mnliin- d Men's and Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, Ioys' Hats, Neckwear,' R. GENTRY kc'robehtsi&:hxggxuxs. J. :. MENEFI5K, THE WIQLJLABID) 9 j -. ICE7 ICE cnt, THOROUGHLY RKXOVATEI) AND IMPROVED, Kates $3.50 Per Day. i I j Udr I Ko lr.l rn ' ELKI1S;. Dicks : Patent Feed Cutter 1 livery , Btablo. l post-maita- - ln- Everything to Eat. 15 BBI7. Studebaker Wagon post-ollic- j 1 1 n oirvsPw FiLOW, with Genuine Extras -- enu -:!-000 J". IB. FOSTER, Go to A. A. WARREN'S U3IDEL FK.,,,-uiont- orm ! tax-lis- t, Stan-visitin- ' TTtar For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Pichles, Preserves and Jains; j pain 18 j Dried dpples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Ham-ilto- JESSE WEAKEN, well-know- n 1 -- - "- - C . 'L Semi-Week- k FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. house on Ton Hknt. Xlcn Main street, with ood well and ciHtern Siioath, to exchange for corn. Apboth in yard. All in uood repair. J. K. ply at this ollice. lit VanArsdale. ffiir.finii In a livery nable tiro at Denver 4 BtANKOIII), KY , X0VKMllF.lt l.'l, 1S91 Foil ItKsr The double Btoro room men and :!4 horses were burned to now oreupied by Joe H. Jones, poshes- - death. people to goods below coht. . hub, R. c. r old, Arion, tlie champion Bion Riven the tlrst day of January, IstU. a, a, to lie with a record of -- :Ui, made a milo at Apply to It. William, Stanford, Ky. Xow peoto Stockton, Cal., in U:10j. below cost, Sfc. Yon to MEANS BUSINESS. Outsit to tho miitpirtuiiiK of tho copy, Strayed or Stolen. A bay mare, posthe fact thai V. '11 Saunders pivu the old. Finder pleaMj return to Mrs. Kmhiavimi beautifully imtl artistically $2,000 bail was not stated in last iwmu, oo to, ohuoo mm, ouii loocis. J. M. Wrav, Pink Cottage. oih nt A. U. Penny's. .Vtn-rts.. I It fi 111 7in.i.in Yoi k Hivonut iH now ready. I'lunso Mohth. 0. M. Joihw, It. I.. Suiter mid V, The New Stanford Roller Mills reIt. Diilion are his sureties. and Bfttle. A. It. Penny. ever ceived a of wheat from M. X. of II ni; jour wntrh, iloek and jewelry !K) cents delivered. Crfriomit and Louisville Depauw, at Tin: Qniifii All work repiured at A. It. Penny's. 'ihe department of agriculture estiwiimintel. Southern will sell tiek:ti to Indiaunpo-l- l l't.MiMtiuit that all Mlverwnre. untehin, mates the corn crop of tho country at nnd i'tnrn hI Nov. Hi 17, food for lioiiKlit nt A. It. Penny's will nnvM ,v return until 3.VI, inclusive, nt Mi rut of two billion bushels. The potato crop is be i niHM'd free of rlmrnt'. UUUUfia kHaU.ySa lo unusually large. from nil couone fare for the round-tri- p and Niinol wore a harness pon station in Kentucky mid luMiiea-He- . PERSONAL POINTS. sulky with a pulled h etc., complese ewe to driver when she reduced the woild's very ill q( favor. We Mh. Dvto.vih a A i.ooi rain fell iumMiNy, which while trotting record to 2.0s!. Mns. J. K. CAttsox Ih vtoltliiK .Mr. J. iiiBUlilciuitt to wet the ground, that lia Thomas Dunlap's barn in Woodford (i. Carpenter. , wm thntik-full- y ford burned nnd with it 5 mules, 2,000 k. It, 0. Moimias la Kp'iidliiK a few bcou dry for many month.-reiv(Hl. It bolvl the water sup- bushels of wheat, the tolmcco from live days in Huston villi. are coueorned, mill acres ami his farming Implements. Mm. (iKrint.K II. Hm'cn, of ItntIugtou, ply, co for us ciU-nifurnished drink for nlnrk llmt hnvo been H. C. Miller, of Lawrenceburg, will was hero Wednesday. ship ttiikes to Itoaton this ReaMil. ItHiiAiii) Cibntky went over to on nhort rtttionn x lontr time. son, lie has 40 pickers at work wiio t'diieeday. Tim Diililm Town Hand in tlmlr come kill and clean oOO a dny. The ruling Mhh. V.mm Joxiw ha? joiu Ui who s ical uiiifornm will eive a Htreet persde ). V. itlluy. price is o cents pound 01. foot. News. to viii t Mih. one to here and an exhibition of their tuiiidc 81 The Cincinnati cattle market is imI.ittm: I.vt ii.it, daughter of Mr. and '2 p. M. Tuebdiiy next. Come and sue it, Come book we keen of proved and I'ood ones are in demand, (J. 0. (mens, hui diphtlierin. Mrs. pietMired to hUy to tho McOinty'rf Trou-bio7' host ehippers IJ to "rj, common to boat Mil. T.J. Fostk went to Louisville , hIiow at and take on h pounds butchers to IJ; hogd aro strongor Wednesday to return with his wife. of fat. at :' sheep nre quiet at tl to with tops Mim Hrttik I'astos went , to Ifsome time. yesterday to remain Tin: Mnie l)iailiueiit of Garmnl v rice. -- J. W. Hughes sold to Wield, of FayMu. Thomas Fkhkull was in from Collect will cie itH blh munIcuI Paris u few days to at Iamaia-tor- , ette county, oO cattle, weight 1,300 lbs., nftr bin crop. at the eourt-hou.Miat IL Stauley Prewitt fold to same Unetk l.irii.wm, of Junction CiMonday nlht, Nov. IK. Tlif of Lexington, :tS plain feeding cattle, ty, m sHiidiiiu tlie week with the Missed ombracen vocal and piano lbs., nt cts. WinWrny. and a couple of violin nokn weight about A. ITKUAJXSKV, U Ihick on bin old by Little MIm-- Imibella ll.ulcy, dHiighter chester Dmnrx rot Mk. M. F. Un.KT Wain Street, Stanford, Ky, MAKES AIG) A3M1IEX, be Kind to of Dr. Steele lkdley, of thm place. irover Cleveland and Hen Harrison run here, hh friend learn. art! the names of twin bteeis owned by a very laroly Mr. Walker, of Jasper comity, Mo. Hen Tim bump of credulity Hun SrAi.niMi, of I.eb.uioti, Mim 1) V. Vaudeveor'a weighs 4,000 futlMfi, developwl on Mayor and (irover tips the beam mine up veitorday U vtait bend. He really Ixlieven tltnt therein at 1,010 pounds. They will be exhibit-ot- l AN'U P." Hill. Col. T. Urr, of Philadolphia, . um rotwriwd mich a limn ai at tlie World's fair. Mwl..mMrAsMJ.t to the UoIIok frwiu u viidt U her niotlirr and that lie in coining her to build the X. H. Hambrick sold :!" head of cutwiitur workf, while other Hoplu am tle, weight 1,1V) pounds, at J5.5I. Jacob at Knot ville. Upright and I lorizontnl. that when thin wonderful Stun Penn bought of A. S Branham 4fc Son Mu. IC P. Owaunr UirtI to Oolnm-bin- . Stationary, and Portable. All c8 appenid the other start) will riftv in the of Midway, 100 barrels of corn at ?1.7", (in., Wodiiwday, where he power. sizes up to t in the ent-t-. went and Bridges Hendriek Slid 45,000 pounds nilh Uw view of eMHltlichinr: h Imtik. Uneqtialed in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and 'I',-Mm Mil. Colts (iKOiam, who has Iwii to be delivered as toon PUKflDUNT It. W. IllKKKN WlitOfi to .1. of tolwcco at Durability. Oeowtown Timet. (iitfrfd in the stork bMliis in Cinrin-nt- i S'. Hooker, lti., that his Metropolitan as stripped.wMaa'aBWMawaaajaftaaftawMBaaaasaaai ' your anM lo Wriu for Frw Il'iit'r.ueii i'aiti irl is ttoro on a visit Mja- lor f uvhhiI y National Kaiik.of K.iiihiu City, Iim mic ROCKUASTLrTcOUNTY. MT. VERNON. &. CO., ar Mn. 0. J. Tiiomi'ion bits htwti appoint- ceiHltnl to the biitdncM of the MenilimiU The majority ol the teachers were in Nl'IIINdHHD OHIO ed fofotHtin of inarhfuwry Ht Itanlaml. National and moved into its elettaut HV 0K CUV Mr. Pfimia Kelly y lit hwl tttfttigli t f buildiuic- TIim coin'oliilal ion will lenve last week for tlieir jmy. it. Pohttmotr It reing iH building a Williams, the Rockcastle orator, wmh in the MotroKiilii a very otroiii: iiitftitu- PFCft s(Fh. S?" K" tftl Fa UTj Ksya & Mai. M it. MtHftltAll.. of IllibdllHtHi- - lion, toe rjpitKl renminiiiK tii eunie m residence in White's addition. Louisville to the great; Dmighertv. JUi, id attending the Ixoleidw of iir (tit k now mid the coiubineil dejiOHltsowr $!, Mr. Oeorge dentry wij'H its a boy Mr. II (J. Willinins, of this plate, attendLssdH ing Centre College, ha be n ehoieii one hit her, Henbeii WJIHmiu?, who has limn iW0,C(K) Mr. Hooker, who eiifineerwl and its name is ltichard Fugone. Two tons of Iteans were shipped to of til" orators for one of the societies to very ill, but In inueh better. the leml, is hielily hkjI:uii of as a finanspeak at th'tr open session next spring. Mm. Ktk Hay, who had intended cier by tiie Kmtautt City jmuiy and lie Cincinnati from this point last week. down I'ichuid is a cloo student nnd will make The lnillaat quarry ims shut dejwvtH the tnqratiilutioim he ih tofiUiy witli friwtdi till Christmas, for the season, to le ropiMied in April :t mark in the world. Misses May Adams to Kittims City Wednesday on ami Lou McKeo nre visiting friends next. of tho illnee of Mri. J. W. Tint follow inn from the Lexington Tinnoia from your place wore hero here. Mr. F T. Fish will shortly take a little ihild. b poiiion with a Knoxville house. 1Ck. W K. Aknoi.u, wife mid two lnider wilt be of interval heie, whoro Inst tseok putting guttering on tho Mim LoHotel. ehildrun, of Stanford, are viailiiiK the the vouuuloily in in After tlie services. The llro in the Louisville telegraph family of F. M. Ilinkle. Mrn.S. C.'1'rui-hea- rt la Mock, of Lincoln county, who moved Mm You dreadful fellow! Why did ban been on a vioit to Naahville, to thin city about 2 muntliH api, lum olMce Sundav. caused by lightning, deOils; you smile during the offertory? Pan lieen reiiUinwl to health by a dilllctilt layed business on all liuo3. Tenn., since Imit VedneIny. couldn't help it. There was He operation performed by Dm. Hiirical Thomas Taylor, the crack shot ot Kentuekiau. Harrowri and .lolinn at the ProtcMaut In Mt. Vernon, carried ofPthe "whole hog" Mi'kh Addie Pose singing "Had I the Mu. T M. Pknsimitin Inn not wings of a Dove." Tho mental picture n bmioe yet and he mill his family are ririnary. An uitenittinc feature of tlie at the shooting match Saturday. hundred-pounde- r trying to lly four years N. of u two id eonldorin the aise is tliHtHhw wuh treated of tho L. The geueial officers till with friend. He wings ws too n pair of with Invitation of his boy to eoinu to. Mid ii0 in Lincoln county for another trou aro expected to pass over this division much for me. Pittsburg Hullctin. Thursday, on tlieir annual inbut we hope we shall not lobe ble, through the uir.irof load physiciant-idlehboro, to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r making a ihaiiosi8 of her case. The spection tour. IiIh excellent family. NKW AllVKUTISKMF.Ni. operation was performed htbt Thuniday repairing. of Watch, Clock and Jewelry A number of forest tires wore in and the patient ianow doinu exceeding- progress in difleieut portions of tlie CITY AND VICINITY. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemical at all hours, ly well. Both of her phynicinna nay that county when the much piayed for rain Ni:w line of lienutifnl wall piper ntW. day and night. the BiieceFX of their woik wan largely came and extinguished them. II. Mcltoheith'. kIiowii by Mim due to the heroic patience Cilixeun have contributed liberally to Mr. Halm's family, near Maretburg, Foil auvthim: to tr.u and wrvml In any Mock. I.liirxtn Circuit Court K utyle, no to It. .immer'H rctnurant. I)vni Ukim liasHiied out a wiit of who had the misfortune to loee their l.ucv H Kc hod, c , l'lawlifft, w. Corn Hlicln. bOph . , dlenJBt. nlin Faulty habeiiH corpus to regain poceisioii of hia house by lire .1 short time since. Soi.m (johl rinn found. Owner 11111 the faithful old horse of II) nine cf judgment rtwOtrtot ltheuloe "Old Sam." or 7 vwiih child. He htatew that Headquarters For- iylil .ue t thOctbrtr, itqi.nf sl tourt, et it by cnlliiinat this oillce and pnyini: ago his wife left him mid her hix montlis Mr. H. Carpenter, after :V years' Bervice, I ill on tinder. ohnimitcter and went to Iloburt IjmdV gave up tho ghost Monday. Mr. .1. IC. Nov. hni to live and liiw fciiu1 been employetl McClury had a valuable horn to dio TVcdncHilay, A clothiuK stent of tho.'e as a domestic. She line given the Monday. m.. or thareal.out. oh the farn, which i I,.... n o!.m!u1 in OH of Lhtt Offlt' it in ln 10U ol . In Messrs. Jh- Adams and James I.nv-ol- Mi. Ili) ..nil LouMly. K Citu. tli neighbnrhhi(jhet Mil 10 thf P.rm e's livery aUbl by i3m Hunnttoteiii eiiihl no .ttMtilioti in (hat time mill the lunttioH . of LtRriard, were out on h fishing ex- l,iilr at jiublu million the following tlr.cribcil A 'o eniirerir. of nwainit it has devolved on to it cursion several days last week. They lro,.rt pi al ublf firri Firt, him. Un day thU week ihe iwtw the Ddovilh hi oflr-3,000-aciThk cit cohihuI chihl on tin road mid HtH'tirinxit broiuhl also uaaisted 111 the survey of a III Acres and one Rood m "nil it to Mr. of $."00 for tb a by force. JudiM Vr-un- ii tract of land iece ntly sold by Alvah Pub which ha upon it a xl t"ir' nf nf the scoundrel who aet Hio coin , . vnrllnig house, tfiK.it burn And out grantetl the writ mid the testimony linn to a htnilier company at Forth The A I)iirhiu'ri slorv. eight mile southeast of thi orchar.l ainl other lillpr. vmeO', to Purhmii outiif will Ik-- heard this luoruiiiK- Oraut tte6 land lies of r.vr lulling water. rir.( hU thne voo.1 n.hf'i knd Sunl fur in i i ol.xci lent to both eH H a Imd wouwn ami not place. FAiiMKiJimy the crouml to brkinK that hie iiMjithhcrhouU loiiiiiil Dan iJiMim and Harry Hrowiiliu Lhiirt.lic-- t in wod Hvkiiiii1ii at Hone i orner 10 himuou in the drouth the pm)Hr mio to nunc h child, while tho tliu up bemitifnllv me tho rain, were here Min.Iay evening on the hunt line of Mr A P lUwkui-.- th. nee ith her line wouuiii putrt in a counter cimrge llmt poleaattd It Una. to it UMe N i ImviiiK a eiuuliir e Beet of lw i of a nejsro who had entered and robbed S ,m',K 14 te t ! , Am lik. b. 8'4 I.. 114 Wheat i eouiiitp Oraitt i.s the keeper of a hou&e of prtti-tntioUih wrth. t tolr,.orner to Helm ihtnce hi 4line N. N n drunkartl and in no Kensu tho the room of the latter at Livingston the .Hilti. links. N nri w '6 4'i. P.r link. out llnely and after nil there id milch night before. The thief cm ried away lniW, cotHtr to Kider. thic V f tiulni b 75 kind of a person to have cliarge of a N. 76 W 8?poln n hnks to lorner lift! in tho old land )eu V. 4 pole itu!n., .. X-KfttSivi nk child. The case will he mi inlereotiug suit of clothes, an ovcicoat, hat, booty, ofNimpaon, thMK S. 4 V id linUs tn to u licnin- the F.. Japolen HiP Tin: int.ctim tniin, eoiieHitn; of one and will no doubt draw a crowd, as two pistols ami c70 111 money belonging ihelucS i4 nii'C eatim; and obturva-tio- some things of a lively natitie 1110 likely to Huny and other gucst. Aim at the ".nine llnw ami plan1, I will sell .in rtve hn'cial hlecpiu, interest In DeJrrlu Jadci king, Marshal Sno.lgrass, T. miiliMiiol care, pawed yesterday with Odium ill to he proved. Ballard and W. 0 Pike have return- 7 TOWN LOTS IN JUNCTION CITY, J. Mammer.1. ti. Metcalfe and all the di I r has been notorious for a long time ed from Niibh ville, where they delivered th and limit .cum. and described block, Umilde.' vi vision BupeiintemleiitH. It ii their anand Ao 1, miial"" '" I. t No MfliW"" as tho sys- that it was about as easy to got whisky M convicts capturetl in this county. hen irt, N. K. R and Spring street. nual tour over the ttvid and b. iween the I. i of Dativillu as in They started from this point with :I0 and ionium 10 .i,ki ii h aiic, eion.tem embiucen nemlv 1.000 mileri it will in the prohibition town bliuls No ., ssbi'h Hi". IxMssern Main "nd town of Stanford, prisoners. Four of them escaped by Sprinit Sireet I hw Ifiarc seiwiattd J I i. the nltiiojjt n month for the trip. Xti" Repairing neatly and promptriMir ,iit about the only diuerenco being that tiio jumping through the car windows while otherMreet, one onto mil bird 4 lot lutei.biothe k of in .icrc in 1 -ly done. was far fioni being passing a point near Franklin, litis State. No hu h run buk fron Maui tretl. lot No As incendiary attempt to destroy Dur- quality of the former It'll rthxls. fconmlliiiig nd".in .ure lot i i nf e Two nf the prisoners were not identified in No a loiitaintni! 87VI00.1 id M aire, lot No 3 ham A Durham's store, in Danville, up to the latter. The.olllcers .....inning iit itoo( an acre, lotII No I..contain- ......... n ,, huve, we are glad to know, at last bj the prison authorities as convicts, (lames to ,(!!.. C... asa in.i til rim raiu lots win nisi iic until'i! I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. !... which, would communicate the (Stanford, Ky.) tilt) IIK'll Illltt IllOtlo DOfOfO iparuuly and tlwli .i iwb.ile, the bid realiini: buildings ami burn tho caught on to what everybody elsa know I'llljlll Wlllfll the adjoining were reltuwd and i,?rVreundHijXnUaiJ.ni.rc.t ilm busincps portion of the town, wan dis- and seem determined to shut oil' the - k'ltviu heru. Tuey J N.MUNEFEK u munths A t.ilN i: .rcdit legal trallicor html every tcamp who vi- tlifir way nu to Memphis, tlieir homo. .3i.l I. it. will bo sold on be sold on nl iredit of i a will in time to prevent a conflagracovered Hut the imd farm . tho law in j.ilt. A couplo of de Tliey nppt'ared very well s.uislletl with month, two jear ard four )far In equal tion. When an entrance wa-- gained olates lxind riiimreil of the iir.hi'er with tectives employed for the purpoo secur the result of their experience. that apti oved pcronal'.rt.urity,lininP; the force and into the store it was of u judi;nuiit, heiiuiB 6 VT ctt interest Mr. Cteorne Willinins is in from Tex- eltei t indisputable evidence against tho paper and pieces of boxes had been ed Irotu d.tte until pud and the interest on 1 .tnd 4 The best selected tock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. and ear ImhiiH to back door and ununited parties, most of them negroes, and on as. Messrs. U. W. Uukur, of London, retained upoti he niud annn.ill) , until a hell to lie Htacked at the all the the property sold III warrants were issued. The uud A. J. Fish, of Altainont, were with oaths s paid with coal oil and ignited to further nid their SASH, , iuor.e (i.M D.WhOS, M C I C C. LUMBER, on trial for several mi .Sunday. Mr. II. C. Weber is home A hole had been cut in the accused huvejbeen the llames. DOORS, days and Hues tojtlie amount of several from Knoxville and has tho fever. Capt. door about a foot from the groand and SHINGLES, SIDING, both sides and thousands of dollars have been entered, II. I.. Myers, of Woo Ihine, is with us for the fire was burning on e sen- .1 few days. Jailer Kinj; is on his way MRS. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. largo coal oil res- rairying with them a rapidly approaching tence, if not paid or replevied. We are to Nashville with more raptured Coal PURCHASING AOENT, AXTD ervoir in the room It is thought to see this work go on it ml hope the Creek convicts. The pleasant sound of glad to have been an attempt to destroy the : : : : We carry a full stock of everything found in a Illinois. authorities will not stop w hen they get falling ram Monday iiiuht awakened Chicago, town by some of the negiocs or their -Ae. 57 riyiuoutli l'Ucnor s54'j WcnUorth through with tho negroes, but fineeverv some of our citizens, who arose and refriends who have been hunted down mid the sale of mother's son engaged in the illegal traf- mained up the balance of the night. Dr. CommltMon pir cent Uemit by Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract heavily finedjfor carrying on hy Let prohibition prohibit, or repeal Lovell has been to Middlesboro consult-in- , Order, Postal Note, New ort Exchange anorline uppoitunilieii whisky in violation of tho local prohibi fic. l.prrh. iinsurpained. lor iwrauu SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. or building. tho law. w.th the lire brick men. Mr. 0. 0. ot good tory laws. ly InteriorJouknal two-stor- y DON'T Bu who offer i EIYED walton Manngor two-yea- ars car-loa- d sell Every sensible vian. knows at that merchant has make profit on the goods sells. some ple offer sell have look out lor they will take the omoest profit they can get. Others are satisfied, with as small a profit as ana, mose are me nouses you snouici your n..J .... ...,.,'... J. wwler i the flU1.iml nill 4mi best value for your money you got in your life. Our stock , ldh$ lira fiytaW fWi tfiulllaaUg; is cut suit the most critical buyer. raid prices also have some more of tlie damaged clothing from our burned stor in jouisviiie on sale. Carpels, T(fM llflsk1 fWiwta WMkk iilMMj mm? 1 Pino-vill- 11 Mens' Jeans Pants, 60 cts. Mens' Jeaos Coats, $1.20. Mens1 all wool jeans pants,90c. Mens' suits $2.50. Mens' cassimere pants Si. Boys' suits $2.25. GIVEN AWAY'.'To eachcustomer buys $20' worth of goods from us Fine Hocking Chair R is not necessary buy all these goods at gel your the same irour purchases. time. in and and will accnu.ut s nil-lit- 1 ; - onter-tainme- iit Bought at the highest market - THE LOUISVILLE M 4 1 1 s STORE Proprietor. 1 aianacrs. hr STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable 26-hor- M-- , yi, mmmmm nim. a nxw-wfsv- A i TIIE JAKES I.F.FFEJ, - htr Me-Cun- l'n Complete Lino of School Books, School New-com- Supplies, well-know- Mevest Styles Fancy Stationery and Tablets. The Best and Purest White Lead and 1 Heady Mixed Paints and JfeaVs Carriage Paints; Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil- four-inc- h n to-da- verware, Watches, Clocks ComIIlissioners's, Sale. m . IC& lif H. WEAKEN -- S HKOlMI-IIAX- W atli, Stoves, - l, 111 I 111. , Heating Stoves, ' d rerd il. Cooking Stoves, build-li.C- - ex-wi- ft . inl-veriKi- u, V. Stoveware, Stovepipe. LUGBT. FSSn!'2oj1L, V 11 .N n one-ha- lf I 1 s - i saloon-license- d 111 h I ITWAtcm vwwXJrS mammdmfVKt- - i mim, 1 Dan-vill- 11 4 . . All Worlc Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. I , d Stanfopcl Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, pur-Lha- -- woik-hous- 11 FMXK mmBKS. l'ost-Ofli- WOVEN- "WIRE SLAT PEITC1S. FIRST CkASS LUMBER Y8LRX. 111 vrt "2P Semi-Week- ly J. Interior Journal -j Ducklcn's Arnica Salve SOME. A HANDSOME COLLIES. Published Every Tuosday and Fr day AT VJ ony-Wh- l'Ktt K. YJJAK.IN .AJOy S2.50 vr'U u. at.! so paid AJsTCK e charcd. AN INTERESTING GAME. LOCAL TIME CARD. tt j:o p. m L.&N. Train icnve Rowland at 7:00 a. in., returning LOCAL TIME CARD. Sswth tjipm Express train " South inam " " North 347 u ' Local Freight North 6snm South 5'PB The Utter trams also carry passenjters. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar time i about so minute fatter Mill tram going North., it 19 pm RHEUMATISM can always bo with A neuralgia, and sciatica successfully treated Ayer's Sarsaparifia cure dom mi.ing. Without the collie the will deliver I imr at ". enli lluslwl In sheep industry of Scotland would lie an StaiidnJ and the .ieiM' iIvhI imiossibility and her heather clad hills I will also load m ars at I rait tir.hrd. Illicit would not be tenanted by the Hocks of at 7) tenia a hundred t.ivc nn a change. use of sheep iu summer, which are turned into Hil I) kit! Ilil It Crai. Orchard '.rm makes child birth easy, medicine. the neep (turnip) fields in winter, realizColvin, La., Dee. S, I860. My wlfo used ing money for the fanner. mEfiDB' HOMEOPATHIC SALVE. The collie owes his remarkable intelli- MOTHER'S FIUEND before hor third gence to his constant contact with men. conflncmont, and says sho would not be will you. of dollars. All day long 011 the hill.-idCures ut. Iiruiirs, old sotcs skin diseases, he is the without it for hundrcdoDOCK MIL.LS. coitis, huHKins, piles, hstuU t Miches halter only companion of tho shepherd, and ttntns. dew w4sm asxl bruises Whvrevar it has night sees him still with his muster iu Sent by cxprM on receipt of price, f 10 jer Ut hsm used it has given stunslrrful saixlaction and jmau " X'o Mothers " maileil I iw. iepss it rcnMrli its prepcnsitf lor rrnsviH( the cottage romping with the weans. lie. Hook SURGEON' DENTIST. BRADFtELD ft. ZQULATOn CO., hl. Numerous taMtsMosswIs will e sex urcd and While you can teach the collie every torn .sit t lloooait ATLANTA, O A. will Nifsr is tkia space at a later date. Made Office on Main street, over W. It. McRoberts' nd wtsd by trick your ingenuity can deviso he does Druj Store, Stanford. IIIOtiiNS. St.afoid, Ky. J. not show them off to strangers, lit- - hn FARM a more exalted and practical purpose iu IF Vol ARL l.oK.'l. I tirehv warn every person from hunting on cr life, that of watciiinau and D. D. S. pi'uliiK through my farm or the farm xenerally R. C. MORGAN, for his master, tor the small farmer h Vnoun aithe MiCart,' farm now twUwgnn ! me will drive the cows to pasture iu the Kvrry person patting thrtvtiKh suit) Unsi without DENTIST. 111; morning and bring them home tobo prrntiSMOii Will PC piOMtlllSSl M. CKKU.HIO.S I). 'V Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, milked at night. The chickens will lw upstairs. Nitrous OxideOas given for painless kept from the front yard, and where extracting. NOTICI TO 'I UK.. ' STANFORD, KF.NTUCKV. tin li.itr.ir uln vnifit i. thir .'ir. r'liilflr-Mf"Pioneers." can be found for them. 1 know where a T R A V KLI NQ P I J R i I ( )A A burned out candle in a candlestick collie carries written messages from his was "The Light That Failed." master to his mistress (on a small place) Some dolls in ball costume, rouging for needed inlonuation; (why can many LOUISVILLE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 4 NSIHVIUC R. II. I have opened in innnctsnti with my Hotel, the STANFORD, KY. their faces before a mirror, was "Mod- stejw not be saved on tho farm in this ern Painters." Is ti.e line f.r )' , as us way?) and, last but not least, he is a terOffice in Odd Fellows' 'Building, up stairs. Some half dollars, quarters and dimes ror to tramps. to 2 p. m , 7 to 8 p. m. 8 a m , Office hours 7 to wns "The American Commonwealth." Did you ever watch a collie head off a And so the titles ran on, some difficult, flock of sheep? See him squat before the Make dote cnue. ti ns at First-Clas- s pome causing much fun, and all interDR. AY. B. leader, and by his stiK'iior brain or magesting. netic jiower force the sheep kick step by Ami oftVr the servicrs of it to the public llrand LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI The possibilities of this gatno are seen step, he quietly moving forward as the new vehicles and fresh blooded horse, make my rer alt points stable t ouiparc with THKOUt'.H TICKKTS Stll D Main street, rortice South side F Huffman, in office recently at a glance. With brightness and in- sheep move backward until hi object ii llAt.(..(,t. Stanford, Ky. lllROLtill ) vacated by Dr. I. genuity many very puzzling and amusing attained. There is no fuss, scattering or Tho Best in tho Country. Give me call, F01 any infotmslion eniiiire of effects can be worked up. F I. CI IFrOKD. Agem, P W. CKKF..V, Proprietor There Slsnfard, Ky. M. CRAIG, forced. are two good rules to be enOr AI. UUKNS, Matuzer DR. The time for guessing should be W. W PKNN, Trav Pass Acent, Jni!on C tv, K) limited, and communication while guessHomeopathic Physician, A ('.. Lanhain John II. Cattleman. ing strictly forbidden, else the first prize - KENTUCKY. STANFORD, is likely to go to somo one who has been p. m ; 8 to assisted by the guesses of others, and 10 to 11 a. m.; t to Office Hours: the o p. m. Office on Lancaster street, opposite courthouse. conscientious player has no chance. Missistipiii Valley Co , "F.. D. ' Other adaptations of this game might Ncttpott Nes Solul Vrstibulr-- Trains to be to titles of poems, quotations, etc. Philaciciphia But the best seems to in titles of NATIONAL BANK standard or reasonably well known, not Baltimore, Now York, All rex ill. Last and S ul'.tasi obscure, books. Christian Union ; , OF STANFORD, KY. OF the persistent this cure is sure to follow . Has Cured Others A.S. PRICE, XK ZrK est number of titlus takes the first prise. Thei1 is also a second prise and a "booby" prise. About thirty took part in the game 1 paw, though the number could havo Iki'U extended indefinitely. Fifty titles had been selected by the hostess, and their representations carefully prepared. Each player having been provided with a pacr on which there were fifty blanks for these titles, at a signal we entered the room where the objects and pictures were displayed. But it was no easy tusk to solve all the puzzles before us. Some titles were Known at once, otners remained imguessed to the end. Among the objects and titles ivere such as these: A caudle on a man of Asia represented "The Light of Asia." A largo white cardboard with a tiny 2 on it was "Wo Two." A picture of a imlhlam anil a white bead on the top of the picture was "Adam Bode." A little ladder, with a toy monkey on the top round nnd a toy man at the foot, was "The Decent of ilaii." The word Sin iu red ink w; "A Cardinal Sin." The sheet music of "Yankee Doodle" was "American Notes." 'An O hnlf concealed in a bunch of ferus was "Inferno." A toy donkey, an O, and some tea leaves was Donkey-o-- t "Don Quixote." Some vocal music thrust through the handles of several keys was "Songs iu Many Keys." A pie upon some ears of corn Wits fur People Ton Dcniuri' tu IU"iil inn It 1111. A new social tuito consists in taking titles of books ami representing onch title by n picture, by a drawing or by some nrrangvment of objects so tltttt it can be guessed from thorn, eomewhnt after tlio manner of ruling. Of course the one who guessed correctly the great- Instructive Amust'iKi'in Srrriuit nu1 l'lli'inl Nil It.vrn.fi Will Turn Ironi Von." The Rural Now Yorker held recently s symposium on the collie dog. Below nr pictures of a handsome initio and feA male rolHe resjiectively. copied from tlmt one whihl. sfiiarauteiwl In hnn ynsl sntiacase f failure, a lotumof r factory y per. "A Scotchman" writes lhi tn e Onilrujjtistfra plan of csn jour hsMtla Dr. of tlww much prised friends of buv frn our aoveitiss'd It It New Dis.ovry fr t ntisumpBosv. Km' matt in his unlive laud. He suvh: guaranteed to btlnc relief in every cSMwkm The Scotch collie hat been bred to u.ed for any affci lsn of lie throat, lime or chrnt, ko mllanimatloM assist tlM farmer iu bundling cuttle, smh as asthmn. whoopoii: coughof crattp,Itinga , m bronchitis, sheep and hoS The fnninr breeder ' eii It l pleasant nnd r. to th last. relied upon. Trwl finds his trained collie equal to two or f. tly m alav iMttlr. free at A. H Penny's drusj .tore three men iu liHiidliiiK his lieixl-- or lhvks, in herding or driving to water, IMorit Winia. new pasture or market. Few indeed Wedesiret" say toonrritlrsn that for vears vv fnr are the Scotch farms where tlte collie is have Ivecii sHIiiir Dr Kinar's New Dr nut an indispensable part of the help, Consumption,Snlve King's New Life Pills hnse and Kleitnc Hitters, and Arnica sometimes overlooked it may be, butsul- - never Imndled rvctisdlcs that sell a. well or the 1 enthii'i-Mticnll111 piiri-hi.se 1 The best salve in the world for cult, bruises notes, ulcors, ss.lt rheum, ft'rer sores, tetter, chap-- 1 all chilblains, vrup pd hands,tiositiwlv curecorns and no skli. requir pay piles, or lions and We "ff'-- r i sale privately im Aim nii.l I wish to oH privatrly my Fntm 01 14a Acre, miles stiiith "t t O "M ihs- !iomerHi ruml I II h ,, ed, h is guaranteed to trivp perfect satftt tenor, r.. im the a tlwrllini, and one stele houaeautl I. rn 4 n. rth of Stanford, t'rup 13 cents per box. situatnl money retundeu or t rr Daai ills' pike Will like plwisure in ahnwins; to in II" I., r. t.othl iiharU and ..( water P or wit y A K. Penny, Stmilord, Ky. Apply to nnv one wlshina; to pun have Call on or address u. at (. rah llrntitl Ky m .V I'M. I 1FK J IIRIOHT. Sxfo InvosUnant lle , ,S-,n Good Farm. For 3alo. $1,000 Cash. hsfIN - Lot on Main Street in Stanlord Ctintaimnii erms easv. i FOS, CASH OeWliT. Havinc pisrrhasrd he inlerext n( . ajfies-aM- e I s ! For SalQ In ih corporate limn, II I partner, lr. W. K ... 4' r .. t. -- ..- n llli. aharvof tho alronain "! 'tic i, iile I I srill coiiuex r nrva) vtcinlir im TR WALTON, StaBfersl. which ti rm of Hilton it MrPfc-r..- n i.ish.1.11 . , r 11 miIi ihmk I to a"d v.wftt iil ! I'll snr. rn.i r rA t d-- I y Twenty IJuiltlinjj o X.ois Uowland bsnen.inl to hntlt ntv eusl mi .. Il I. instance look .1' these p'lifi, 1 , .hhhI. (nin sugvr lor Ji Vrdin hip's Voir. le.l nl tillirr kiiwis in pri..irinu poumi nl nave on hau I at all li lues m.er and ikI'i i II Mil ...if mr.n'l . I llutk-kn'- s Rowluil Ki 1. ' ive given such universal satislacilsjn. We HO hot hesitate to (rnarnntee them mery timoand we atami rrady to tefuud tb purchas prist' ifsnlis-- f I hese trv results do not follow their u rrmedies hive won their stent pnpulnrily purelv in tlicir merit. A. K. IVtinj , I'iMgi.l. h A DAKsr THE F. I RILEY U. HOUSE, Kentucky. tDL.1 VlUi, MM AlSAH miiBY, I'ropriotor. f sioiti B 4 kw IIAKD. 2x.-- ." WVtfJ sl ' to have mre tHltous , nrepuHd movedevermy new Hotel and am better diicuvrrv Dr Miles' Pills to than ness haJ taste, toipid liver, piles, constipation-- I Oood I.iveryattarhrd acinmmoJatP the public ami every convenience neiutlid for men. women, thildren 'iiialle.l. sired. Oivu me a call. mil.lc-t- , surest Fifty dos jj cents Samples FRANK KII.KV. 77 il A K Penny's liver, new tn h aand Iku principle rejcuUliniC the Anew els through the nerv -11 MJloa' Norvo and Iilvra Pill London, - - - I CrtlCt 40 ftfti, 10 s'riil . . And .. . 61V10THERS, LIME I AND BRICK. C l.an-taste- Friend" r. 1'ullnnn ftil.iil..l lurci Sleepers r! Pull man llnllet CiAir Cart n all Hani, tliiiioa to . t hi aio ('0 mom j via the I V with p r M n.m ai s tih.na!e U rt the iiifoin.j'i njJ.'it I I'. A .1 f I , th,- ,s( e t, clil III, kKHt 1. P I D tij... ." es 1 I ' POSTfiU. afr-i- yr 11 aid-de-ca- 3STOHTK WEST, - I 1 mfcm FSEmssEEEmi i I rAtasss&aj" .w 2 'atvjm .;a trapv ?.&'! &.? U -- .8Ssi?a!(7J c I I i& i Dr. II. C..Nu.i.ielley, mmCMH-K.M- St I 01 letioit. i.. Chuajo. lluttilo, Lieveian'. ludianapoiit and the est. Michigan Ptint.. Canada, New Knifland, 1 MYERS HOUSE, LivcryStablc, .1 Double Iaily Trains New York, WaahlBctun, IIonIoii, PENNY, Dentist. Solid Trains, cars, smolini; cart cusches, Pullman lioudir sleepers throujh ltK. out chain; viaChattan uc, llirminKbam,Mtrtd isn malinr ditect onncctiun. rn loute lor Knot, ville, Ashcville, LtBcM'urc and unl in the NEW hi;cars OHLEANS, ai2 UAB'IDIiXiAS, Philadelphia, llaltimore. (..ncktt time to Harruslsbiiiir. lunltfott, Ky Kichmono, IK.IMA Shoiiest atitt (Juiilcst line to JOHN ... 1 ROYAL LIVERPOOL. M.vSAt.KKS, 39-'- 1 FIRST insurance Companv. Washington, - Pigs sliould begin to eat whan two wii.tri.tiiui cirt. weeks old o ns to relieve th ohoice Welch, ttanfanJ. 'ft' One of the neatest of betrothal giftd breeiliug sow. W. 1. Tate, Stanford. was given to a muscular young fellow OFFRtRS: swilM, that receiml j)r. hrew8 at Newport tho other d.iy- -a man who J. S, linker, Prsstsost: Caahier; t tht) St Lonh Mr WtffJ his own coach and counts a pretty p0jHI1a.cliiuH, Berkshire. I) u John J. ManUbsrU, A. A. McKtancv, Assistant Cashier big fortune m his very own right The wlit(., Vorkshire and !Wtx. toy was a gold pen of handsome work- - amtn of tho .uuty lutbit of allow-ut.,- J manship, ntther large at the upper end. iionltry to roost ia the tool house. iiijf t .........0.. Co. .i.. V V"" a. a watch chiiiu attachmenu No one. T1'. K,.,rsl1 2s'ewiy!,rkrr OF STANFORD, KY.. at a glance, would gue its jmculiiir might jtift as well invite the hens iu to merits, but the instant the nib is thrust rtKWt on your wife's sewing machine." Is now fully organized and ready for business with Standard prices for horses in the Now out for writing, the opjwsite end iliea of - - $200,000. open, reveahug a tiny but uxiuusitoly York market: Pairs of carriage holies, Paid up Capital 00 toifl.SOO; teams truckers or Os IHiiutetl picture - 15,000. heart. It apingsof the owner's sweet- Surplus, . 4(100 to su0: good saddlers, a Knroian voyage is to seiwrate tlie lovers for k season, and W'r to.8."i() oach; drivers, "."i to ToO; SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANFORD, it was her fancy to given teu sacred to businwB, !?17o to ifUJS, and streeters, $100 her letters alone and .sllowinK full ivv to !?1U0, (Now dosing up) with thekame assets and under of his lady's fair face while conversing In raising animals for breeding pur the same management, lly piovision of its chaiter, oMitors are as on paper. New York Press. poses let them bo well matured before nrotectcd a am depositors in National futlv their work begins. Do not overfeed, as Hanks, its shareholder being held individually stock liable to the e went of the amount of their to liven Cum llii.lt. Ai Viilimlilt;. fat is a disease that impairs a breeder's the par value thereat, in addition therein at the The fates are combining to make usefulness. It is a keen aud amount invested in such share. It may act as uxecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as things pleasanter for the western farmer, reasoner who knows when an animal is an individual To thoe who entrusted their buisinets to ui the latest discovery of value to him be- just right, neither too fat nor too lean, while mnuging the Lincoln National Hank ol ing that the husks of com will make exInstead of shutting up a sow and Stanford, we we here lender our many thanks and cellent paper. Ilitheito husks have not weaning pigs in the usual fashion, try their business trust they will coutinue to transact prompt attenhad any commercial value, and have simply keeping away from the sow all with us, offering a a guarantee for tion to same, our twenty )ear' Baperlwicc la only been eaten by stock under protest sloppy, milk producing food. Give her as lioeral accommodations as are conbanking and nnd during hard spells. Now, however, dry feed and lot the milk dry up itself. sistent with sound banking. the establishment of paper mills in the A man who has tried this method says iiikkctoks: west should put a stop to the constant that by it tho milk gradually fails and Mt. Vernon; J.J. Williams,Stanlord; shipping of paper front the east, and the pigs wean themselves before they J.M. Hall. also convert a waste article into what know it. J. S. Owsley, Stanford; manufacturers would call a "residuary S.J. Embry, Stanford;! , Poultry rearers are apt to give rather j profit," such as coko iu a gas factory. It J. K Lynn, Stanlord to their flocks. A Milltdgevilie; A. W. Carpenter, is not many years since old rags were too much sulphur during the moulting very small quantity j K.Haushman, Hustonville; J. looked upon as the only possible raw he out to J. F. Ca.Ii, Stanford; ., material for the manufacture ,of paper, season may perhaps ., dosedory; s...i ... ,. : i, William Gooeh, Staniorci, ivy. ' I1ICII1 witu proiit it weaiuer w... uu and the r0n7.se rrom cast off t weather sulphur fed to chickens in S.H. Shanks, President I the covering of corncobs been both nMlft. jl(,m J II. Ox ale,", Cashier 1II0 m., l(M1,llatic, C;lseg steady and interesting Interview iu of leg weakness havo Lren traced directM. Bright, Teller j Y. St. Louis ly to this canoe. j J II. Biiifhmau, General - Treiitiiiciit fur Mums. In one of tho hospitals at Berlin a new Capital Stock treatment of burns has been 16,500 great success. Tho. advantagestried with Surplus . of this Attention of the public is invited to the fact new treatment are quicker recovery and Stanford. less suffering from the wound. The that this is the only National Hank in Hank Act. Under the provisions of the National depositors are secured not only by the capital burn is first thoroughly washed with a liability lor an solution of 3 per cent, of carbolic, acid, stocV, butbv the stockholders amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of or similar disinfectants used for this of $400,000. this institution are lecured by a Hind of the bank purpose. The blisters are then carefully Five sworn .tatements ofthecoiidttioti United are made each year to theexamined States govern- opened so that none of .the flesh beneath at stated units ment and It awets are by government agent, thus securing additional is injured, and the surface covered with and perfect safety to depositors. finely powdered stibnitrate of bismuth. This institution, originally established as the A thick layer of soft cotton vool is then Deposit Hank of Staulord in 1838. then 1S05 and as the National Bank o Stanford placed over the powdered surface and as the Firt National Itank of acain left in position until it is moistened with isrfla. has had practically an uninterStanford in rupted existence of y J car.. It is better supplied the watery discharge. prompt now ith tncititis. for transacting bunnesalong and This dressing should be changed as lv and liberally than ever before in its corporations, hMrabl enrwr. Accounts of reapoctfully fid- d often as the cotton lMindages get uioiot. uciary lirms and individual. in exceptionally had burns ointment of bismuth is substituted for the dry jww-deThe Directory of this Bank- is competed at and the suffering iu this case is T. J. Foster, of Stanford; greatly reduced. In the many cNaes Ferestus Reid, Lincoln county ; , treated in the Gorman hospital no sympJ W. llayden-- Stanford; S 11 Ranchman, Lincoln; toms of poisoning from the bismuth havo M. ). Millar, Mt. Vernon; yet been discovered, while the treatment T Harris, Lincoln; beoiiJB, iu otlier respects, to bu far supeS. llocker Stanford! J. rior to tho old methods. Yankee Blade. .; A. Lackey, Linear.; W T 1'. HiU.Stonforn; ' t A fjueer 3200,000 A New i BAHBEE & UASTLEAI AN ! j Commerce Building, Louisville. Acfi.lv thr ughout the South. PANhV. 111 solic-le- - r, stampede, which breeders recognize as detrimental tn the growth of all kinds of Maiu shepherd have their collies "vV. A. TRI3BLE, Local Aront, trained to pick out the sickly or hurt STANFORD. KY sheep from the flock, or any animal needing attention. If you want to lie successful iu raising stock you have to fix 211uc-s(ariior lay yourself out to take proper care ami one half t of them. If you deire cointieteiit, reiitir In, iiti"i .tii.l hls;h .tate liable help you have to teach and a rr. of W'mmi Imiil. in aStrn, tvvo ol culiicatiim t allns alul A Itsrsf p'"lil hew watch t hum. Put a little time into the oth't oui'i ii.. Will hcII liea ud T .ill. tHitil III. mile. I rum lli.stuuville. Ky. training or teaching of an intelligent S. P sTVOt, dog, one which takes as naturally to carSt infwr'l. Ky ing for stock a duck to water, and you have a servant nnd friend no reverse or disinter will turn from you, and whose motto is "aye ready." stsK-k- . ss 'r jg Pointer. Use chiua nest egtfr. Ducks fatten on jHJtato imgi. ' j ,,,,, th-dri- ve roc-Jerse- y, tsy Farmers BanMTrast . Si"" Ti' ' lf ho.-ae-ai, er I ' j j J i . 1 . 1 I I 1 Bonk-Keep- Globe-Deinocra- .i. Fast Mail leave, llnutlnylon dally at too am. CatMtabiirc h is, Ashland o jr. Oll.e Hill I to. Mt c. seventy-eighsteilinc irJ7. Winchstster 11 J and arrive pm intt at is Vs sptv Limited laas. Ituminftun dailv at t ao Tho Stiortost and Qulckost Rottto rrom A Jsland Ountrut KoHMtckv to all points North Hill j... OH pm, C'atkrtUburir is, Hast, Went and ftOtitlfWoei Ktvn lot, Mt. Mailings 4vopsnWmchsvsttr 4 y and arrlrsM nt nl Lino between IexttiKton and Clncln-nut- l. Accommodation, dally nept Sunday, lenvsn Olive Hill 4 am Mt. Sterling '. $. Winchester THROttlH TRMN'iCINCtNNAIl MID ; IS and arrive, st I.cvIsiioh at R JJM. daily leave. Iliuuingtun at j DLKsHoKOl. l.ll and JKl.l.K pm, CallctlsUurt ?. A.hland 7 i audamves st SsCHKUlM.F. IN UFFIXT MA ulise HJI H 55 pw. Kiceni Sunday waves Mt io.iSi Sterling at jo pnt, Wlncheatet 55 ant! arrives a Lcsinajtwn nl 1 4i P No. I. Ns. 3 No SIANFORD, Limned Vtibnled Kspress runs daily and ra Vestibnled BuMtt Simpers bsMvveen lsss. Pullman I LHt ?"".-. S .n isviUt, l.asingKm, Waahlhgion. New Vrrli and st' tss pre Old Pose I Comfort This train u mad part nl the I.ve Cloqnnati ... I 10 ss l.ve Covinfton..., I at p as jo p ra celebrated m s) is P 4 It P ID I.ve Palnsoulh...... 5' I his Hotel, renov ited ami refurnished, is u.ov p m 6 to p in H II IS Arr Paris 7 to F.ast of Huntington on the C A I), Ruute p ra 11 it it 11 as p i in tuy charge sad I uiteud to condu Arr I.eaisvgton not only maintain it. nigh reputation, but to add Fast Mail I rain, run daily eacpt Simda v m I.ve Pari fl as a ss long II. t ol friends. Special accommodato its twecu Lstnton nnd HuhlirKton. Mak IO p SB ' S i n tion, for icnioief' tal traveler, nnd Sua rooms for rouncttioti at Huntington vviih L A O ; at Ass Arr Winchester. It . ji J Arr Itschnsond.... 111 thedi.pluy of samples. land nh S. V. K ; at Winchester with K C K. Arr I.n-air.4 4$ P K. aoith itml south bound, nnd at I eaiatajtsMi with Arr SuulorsC. p m I. AN, I.. S nnd C , N. O. A T. P. Kmliwads. A First-Clas- s p St I camenon and Olive Hill Accommodation dally, l.ve Richmotsd .. m Livingtoa. And III I.LI A l I) ..11. i POOLROOMS atuchrd. eaccpt Sunday. Connnvts at Winchentar to ami Arru Middlesboto t 15 P Lv V " ,V N. I Irotn K. C putnts and at ltingtoi. with L ,7-JO.SF.PH COIFM. K. K.lor Loui.ville Noith-UounNo. LcsinKton and .Ml Starling AccsimnsoslatitHi No. runs dally except Sunday, and make direct conMlddMsshof- nection ai Winchester 10 and from aw l.v Middlaaborsv 6 uarh and kilimoid, and at LcsiagMn lik I.. S. l.ve I.tvtnttsttsfi II si a m IS a Itr lor louiviiir Arr Richmond... it 46 a hi Pot full information HI rtnrntd to ratea. route Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lints l.ve Stanford 7 mo a HI I l.ve Lancaster or tn 7 jo a m N llNliiON. H F.HI C L BROWN, 10 Arr Kichiuond. m C. P A, V P and". M. I.vi Richmond... a 4 p as 6 ot n mi I esington, Ky Winchester ss. Arr t to p m S a mi HARRISON, W t. v Pans '"'-"- 33 I' 7 4S a m; (1 M .1 csiiig.n,Ky. T P. A.. Ashland, Ky r ... ec, - ' l.ve f.exiugton a in M p Ml 7 45 P n -i ' s' J 4$ p n 7 fl.vel'aris a in, 4 s p , MaV J Q.J oSri.'I l.ve fjlmi.ulli.. 4 10 p tn 0 5J a m! 5 ) p tn T9 m & V THtCWoe1 7!V.t Arr Covington. .. 5 to p m e 4i a ml P " Arr Cincinnati .. JSOpinlio 55 a ml 6 37 P I" f Sk4i rsJ n IheMaysville llraBch, No &?& L i.H leaves Pans at ' , m-7,'S.amaml.No. ,J( at 6, a Maysvilealiiiio.am, and 8 jk p ar lv,B , (HtVoXi No 3A. 'J (leaveMay,villeat $ ao a m, amviMe at Pans a " ,eav"p Maavillc at no and . 1. V. " 4 10, m. These trains ars nus:i . daily escept Sunday. " rjatyj No 1. dally tn all points ?. 0 NTtrs' Rowland DIvis ion which tsilmlv tvr.i.t c;,,,,, -- i4-tf . ..r.v . s.j. No runs daily Ironi I.uxms ton to Cincinnati hir !W ' ,n iLSss-rtC- I No. runs daily N) runs llaifv from all .t.t...... evcept the K wl.iiul Division, winch -is dally eacept Suncluy m-Therp Is nnthin" like the lli:STOHA'n h No k: tlj,y ett. Sunday. N NKIIVINi: liv tliPLTOAt enHtlallst. Dr 4 daily luHwtru Cincinnati mnl Le l'Avi Miles, tu cue all iicrvou an lieail&che, No. 4 i Pans and Lexinirtoii Accommod itinn il.,.. , V tho liltief, nervous Leavca LexniL'ton 10.00 a. m. Arrives iroctrtlon. slceiileiiieii, .1 m tionraliriH, St Villi dunce, lit, anil lijaterla lu N 1 Many ptiythlanr lliclr tiritrtlie, andnav lalinoiith A commoilHtion; Uavos Cn.rio. Ih renults aro wonderful Wo liuve litmdre'Uof in 1 10 Arrive luiiiiouin 703pm daily toetitnonUH HKo these from drulsta "Wb have Klt- OIIUU.IJ, C'No Loaves Full novor kn'mn anvtliltiK lite It " Snow ct Co.. Sy mouth o 00 a in. Arrives Cm- racusf, N V. "Eve rv bottle ecld lirlnvu vonU of inuatt cc a m il.illv excel. t Snnilav pralfo. J.(i Wolf, llilladale, Mich. "TUe beit Nil. and 6niakconnctllons at Winchetlnr fn, sellor we trtr licl." Woodvvortli st Co., Fort points on the N. N A AI R'v, K. I) Wayne, Ind. "Ncrvlnn eell-- better tbau anything Citiiinnatitc 11 VTvufr . irn .isir h.il ' .". l' ."'".--.- . : i'n I nnrnnl TJ ll I (mZ ,nlTSii-til- i Muldlesboroiicn and Cumberland Cap and all In . ,, , 'trtai uonie anu line iiooKottfcutnorjiaiai'itKKni i ll I n..iioii. iiii im,. tinny .i.i.vu..c t l!rilllts. Ilr. Mtla MmIIp.iI l'n.. lOtliart. Inil lv, 1. MUNSON. Trav. Pass. Agt , Cincinnati S. K KNOTT. C. P ATAtORE dies .swell as gentlemen to anything they ma) TIlIATa Trafhe ManaCer. Gen Pass, Agt. wish in my line. CuilJ'en also waited on. Cull ciriiciiii iliucc, I.OUISvtlle Kv J hSSU THOMPSON, ntliue. S. F. B. AIORSE, Gen'l X lor sale by A It Penny Stanford ItiCominercial Hotel. OOice Chamber ol Commerce Huildmg.Cinctnnat 1 1 Farm for Sale inlon At Chattanooga far Atlanta, Columbus, WilmiBf tin, Charleston, Augusta, Marou, Savannah, llrunswick, l.a.e City, I'homasvillt and r l.ORI DA points The only line tunnlnir solid trains with choice Pullman llaudoiror Palace Slerpmi; Cars to JacV vhivIIIc without change lor any class of passen geranr bagcace Selma and Montgnmerv, Huntsville, Decatur, lloieiir. Memphis and ARKANSAS pontt Mioite.t and uichest to Anniaton, Selma, Mobile Kiiect connections made at NKW without omnibus for daJvcttao Onl our ui(bt out trom l.eini;ten. Houston, Ausnu, Corrected Time- Card in Kit, t M v ll. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line t" lacVmn and n kaburg. JCiiHt Um;ikI. Miss. . Sihrrveport La., inaklnftiirr. t connections I ast Mail leaves l.citni'tnn am, wiilvHit nmmhus transfer Irr Dallas Pert Worth, u.ily at Winchesters . Mt strriinK w.OHsc Tt 111 so 4r Austin. San Antonia, LI Paso and potntsiu u l, arriving at A.hlaml 11 Is tn. Cailel!bur Huntington I j so pm TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. n Limltcsl Kspim. leaves lsinctmv daily at throtigh rates c tret maps and I .i; pm, Wincheslw 700. Mt .Sleilinc 7 j.. Olisr Mill inlormation call 011 Ajttitat countytinn C'uy.Ky. Jon. jo Ashlaml 10 so CallelUburj; 10 ,J. arnvlns at ar address MIANK W WtlOLLKY, lluntinctsm at 11 07 tvm Ttav Pas Asfl , I exinatnn, hi Acru.iiuvulalina. daily, iscn4 Sunday, lenvrt D Mil I KI5, D I HlttAKllS : LexiHKtnn at s j pen, Wtnhter 7 10, Ml. 1, ) A. T A Irani. Manr , 7 .. arrisinc at Olive Hill at 10 pm Clticil ArcommsMUtism, daily estrpt Sunday, leave pm, Mt I.riioiton at 11 issa, Winchsler Sterling " pin. Daily litave Olive Hill '. . am1 y mi, arilvrsv Hunt Ashland t 44 turn, CtlsMtsbu OLD KY. ROUTE JL- - tralrr S i.t ' n( I'r &tr-Imi- 1 iu ri' v a. W'i.1 IIoiiikI. Kentucky Central R.R. Iv jii.trj: hash Koirrit:." ', 1 1 PORTMAN HOUSE, 1 1 K., SsMlk-Havaw- JOS5SPIE COFFEY, Pro'r. ' -- '' I lopra . F. V. 1 moil s 1 .. Saloon tl d. N. . I . i.t A ysv HRNr. 1 r J,7V' - l JV3 --- .v &S '& 3&W yy fc DR.iLES'NERVINE imm mm 1s&rGFJtms j. Hj? ,. -s m 1 Fsm'JUitifm ' " Ammi& 1 lj.i. "" ' s ...". . IIO'ITLE FKKE. 'US!-IM- ","" r- PaVr cjiaU.Aatifeiciig. ' tfi. J .tnia, .,jisB t jtj; --