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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891111701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xix. ORAB ORCHARD. HUSTON V1LLE. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER CHURCH AFFAIRS. Ken-tack- y 17.-189- 1. NO. 74 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. kv bad by Th UU clow iwifnaurn Dr. W. II. AiideM.ni, I). .1), J. S. Kdmiitou lias returned from Incodtttriflin i yiit the topic aud th OonfrentfiiSnndar-S'hoo- l ngenf, I'.tduciih. tiBrrotts fewl certain that tha end is will preach at thtj .Methodist ohtirch Prof. S. D. Mageo'a whool at Tnrkoy next Sunday. Town trioied Inst wnelc with a big treat. ' thnwtonhiK. Tin wliuat HhIiIh are growing Iwuu- lilder Wnllaise TharptTa' meeting at N'onro informed Hint Mmww. Mr-- 1 Olure it Napier will start n rolltr mill at tifully hImcs the mlns and a few weuhn the II tiitouville Christian church unn- of hiihoiimM Hunoundings will put tinuuH with iiiproaMns interoflt and UO or tills plrtCC. materially dillervnt asptrt oh the whoat ' Mis Annie Wiglor wmit home with nir additions. Snm Small, the cvauaollst, was iw W. A. C.irson proipects of '02. hur brother tn Indiana. The inoetlmM at the UliritUn church Hiinltwl ly a Hidoon keeper;;iu Atlantn tuiH returned from lAiutevilte. Tlioro uuro :U prohibition rows east continue and Incnwsf in iniern.it. Tho ami roughly drubbed for recent hatch in largest iitnllaitcea (tince the dmllcation of criticisms of the suloon keeper. in tills precinct, !i:t of whom Imlie-vThe Klixabothtown News ,'says that witchery, and the whole lot btdieve that thechureh nru in iwiiar attenilanco. Mr. Timrpe hi an extrvmvly onturtain-in- g I lev. H.C. Morrison's meeting there retht! sun moves ami the uaith stands, jmikr. sulted in .TO additions to the Methodist still. , It was a puttie to our Hidowalk pop- and u number to each of the othor Our old townsman, Col. .! was in town last bilurday and Is ulation that the roller mills' water wag-u- churches. After tho 1st day of December the continued it regular tripaas lato oh talking of i no vl ilk his family buck hurv. taut Friday, after the raging Fork had rectory of the Kpiscopal church will be We give him a cordial invitation mid hhn that ho will be welcomed by resumed Its agitation of wnd and )eb-- I vacant, as tho rector, I). L. V. Mollett, oh on ahullow plact-i'- . I'umps out of has tendered his resignation, to tako efall. Tho 0. A. I'.'s organise some time' order and pipes pluggeil cut oil thu sup- fect at that time. He will go to Sprague, Wash. Register. since at thin pluw, and wu ar informed ply of corn meal. The meeting at the Mt. Sterling I'vk Shumate, jailur at Uanville, by a preacher, who in one of tliu meeting that ihey was gnspfd by a negro prisoner last Sat- Methodist Church South, closed Sunday at the second hold thoy hail taken on bo mrch "red-ye- urday morning whilst making his rounds night with l:; additions, but He v. Joe , of the corridors. The negro, Will Hans- Rand, of Lexington, went over Thursthat thoy could not transact and have never Int. I a iiuruui ford, twicu a convict, is in a cell with day to hold services with it over Sunday bright proipt'cts of a third term. What and pel haps longer. Paris Ktntuckinn. since. Two new churches were dedicated Mrs. Mitiinda Tapp ha decline"! motive prompted him to reach through will remain here, the grated door aud grub the j.iiler is a at Louisville Sunday, the Westminster moving to Kowlandund to the delimit of lie many friend. Old mvrtery, but a ptotol ball which crashed Presbyterian, corner First and Orinsby Delauey, who came front Tex through Williain'sjiw will necessitate Avenue, which cost 5.'n),000 and the H. man Street Bapan to thin place to uot into the poiir' a nourishing Ihpiid diet for an infinite BtruetMission of length of time, as mastication is tist church. Dr. C. II. Hemphill otllaiatcd house, linn received a pension mill will at the former, ami Dr. ICerfoot, of thu return to Texas. Hill Ballard, the celeUustonville is indebted to Waller Theological Seminary, at the latter. from brated bugle maker, has returned The Salvation Army was started ''." patriotism and uuturrise Illinois. One ot D.Ci. Slaughter's clerks sold a for r approaching telegraphic connec- years ago by a Methodist preacher not for il.75, but tion with the little outside world. Tho in good stalidiug with ais conference, pair of boots, price tlio colonel held him responsible for the polea were on the ground ami a. number and his faithful wife. Now it has; 2,000 barracks, U,0iX) olllcers, a half million adinihtnke and made him fork over the of men digging the holets for them hu-, which wan "" cento. Thin ih week. After this issue your reporter herents and au annual revenue of Its publications are in almost the Mine young limn who clerked for can Hinileat the beautiful mail arrange-inentbetween here aud Stanford ,and every longuuge on thu globe. llonrv Kith and Hold a large pile of baton The ladies of thu Parsonage and for shoulders. The Mine clerk would Mith thumb tip against iiocte give an exultant aweep of the llngeis at every Home Mission Society have presented not well two Imlls of bioom twine, but thu Methodist church with a handsome mail train. kept olio ball ho an to keep in sto k. George WnoiUon and Hilly Tiirpin set of nulmt furniture, which has been Several conviclH panned thro' town the other day and one poor fellow with are not finite so cordial at their meetings received and placed in position. It conGeorge has considerable good sists of three large upholstered chairs n broken Heart and bleeding feet fell by now. tlie wayside and wjs captured by four corn htill in the field and Hilly lias au aud a walnut stand and is decidedly ornamental. God bless the women;they gallant young men, viz: Wlllio IVttiif, enterprising cow wiiiec has a pronounc.Magec, but ed weakneos.for good corn, as well as no are always ahead in 'every good word Waller Beiuley, Sam and Joe the crowd wasn't able to give him his acruplea about whom corn furnishes her aud work. In Ilev. George O. Barnes1 new book, supper and the poor fellow received his nocturnal lunches. George got tired of liberty. Since this capture they have getting up in quest of an early worm, Credo and Credulity, this remarkable all applied for position on I'inkerton'n! and limliiig that cow in his corn Held clause appears: "If man was made in every morning, and finally gavo warning God's likeness and image and was also detective force. graded school that if measures were not taken to stop male and female, it follows, logically, Thi opponent to the that God is male and female. Whether; have declined the Idea of bringing suit her he'd be forced to act in to net tho election aside. At the tiuio of About dawn next morning that cow wns the double form of expression indicates the election we weie opposed to the taken to the hopital, loaded with nix correlation imago and likeness, male and female, am not prepared to state, Hchool, but since the tax has been voted charges of small shot. Judge Camuitz's fainu will probably except in the most tentative manner, and we are among tho heaviest ers, we are now in favor af building it lose him to this community. Itepcated hut Scripture and reason combine, in asnice brick building that will be an or importunities induced him to go to Cin- serting that God is male and female and nament to the town, and not in favor of cinnati last week to hear propositions, the female side of the Godhead, if 0110 buying that oKHiod fomakon, dilapidated but the hope is general that the West may reverently use such a word, in Midi college building, that has no foundation Knd will continue to oiler superior ad a connection, is ever represented by the r and fami- Holv''ui." and is liable to fall at any time upon our vantages. A. K. ly, pioneers of the city of Morcland, children. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. The egg market is nttiaetiug more have removed to Wihuore, Jessamine county, where their noil Hert ram is n valMr. and Mrs. John U. Stetson, of attention here than anything dse. Col. A Crescent. Ottawa, Kau., have not spoken to each Slam-lite- r began the boom by hanging ued employe of the tu-eout has sign that he would pay l cent a .Mr. Keenc, who has long been n tnodust other for 20 years 011 account of a quarper down for them. Soon othor mer-- l but controlling railroad attache at More-lau- d, rel. Mill they live together and are aphas been transferred to heavier re- parently happy. chants hung out the wine sign; tht-sponsibilities at Junction City and overy IJrowu's Valley, Ind., is terribly njr-- i iitised to iMaml theothor SJaughtttr raised to'JJ cunts. To every on-- 's patron whoso businens has called him to tn tod ovsr the elopement of Miss Nansurprise the .following sign appeared the Station ince thu cnango agrees that nie (Joelin, "the accomplished daughter Chang your signs! :K) cts. Moroland has drawn a big prUo in Mr. of its wealthiest citixen," with an Indi'Mia! Ha U. (. Diiiiigan." Hut HuiiHH, who is now "holding things anapolis iMrber. By this misalliance it for (tggs i.i took hi .WO dozen down" at ttie dtKt, with Hnb Myeis' appears that Miss Goslin has cooked hnr when Col. him, Dunk-ai- l iufnrimd him valuable kid. Mr. C T. (irig, the mil- koom do fin Ufa the society of Brown's around to ler. Ml Friday on a brief vwit to Valley is roinvinod. I'ost. hat he meant groe egg. Wt. Three of Danville's Little Itoi-- im exceptionally, pleasant, citixens a magistrate, of reGootl Boys anil (llrls. nown, a banker of celebrity and a vale- if not.n particularly profitable place to loilowiuican tb? names of pupils of tudinarian Imchelor of HOiuthitig let Irctiw law When .Indue Vaue,hn in) per , who are Crab Oiclmrd five wore and ten's wanderings coucludetl his able plea in defense of than cent, and over in deporttiiant uml Woodrufl", tho defendant's imwesl ihmugh our town the day after for th.- - month ending Nov. (, daughter suized the rain with a wagon load of dogs, guns handfcome 'JOyoMr-nlMaurice l'erkins 01: Dav'd Hokhini aud lunch basket, determined to clean the eloquent attorney by the hand and ; Joe Hailey "0; An05; Henly ItanUu up the birda in the suburbs of Liberty, excUiuiiiiK, "Oh, Jndo, how jean we U5; drew DilHon. M: lieortit' DeHord but a careful and "judicious" beat of nil over repay vour kind now?" implanted a WHIlii While 7; Samuel l'ryor 1V the. most invUin,- - covers developed thu resounding ki of gratitude upon bis Stuart !'; Andrew Buchanan .; disheartening discovery that Jude reciprocating hps. Ami with a' gallanAHwrt Nowluud W; l'hil IVtiiw 17; Hreckinridae's forage either extermina- try that marks niin a grand old man, Ilolmnu U5; Sutie nigim ."; Annie ted the supply or hid to the precipitate tho JudgM repliiMl: "You have already ; Ada Go. ItroimuKh W; lassie Mkiw inieratiou to safer covorts. They will paid me all I will oviir ask." Now 4tl,at vor H5; Josle Stephens "I; l.huie Heailey await the next census Iwrnrw dHtermiu-in- is a law practice as is a law practice. ; l; Aliee Mooro U'i; Hannah McFall th proapects of any reputed' I'unt-dis- Louisville Times. US; Uickiu Dlllion 4; - . Nannis KdmWton Jteauhor in John Dollorde Uo; A certain Sunday-schtw- l llroiiM'.igh Gorg last Sunday, UeHordoUl; Jon Tayno St:i; Kos-con of our Hunry The Chicago Herald culls attention to shocked by the following PurktiiaUi; .lames I'ayne '.1; Jetl' t io fact thai Cleveland has was grrally HohniuiDO; HmiiIaU Caraou U7; Susio tint distinction of being represented in little dialogue which she had with one DillionUB; Kvii Ihiloy US; Annie M. "Hartlutt's Familiar Quotations" along of her pupils of tender years: Sunday-6ohoo- l Teacher "Ami when Stephens to; I hi lloldam U7; Uinlio with Shakespeare, Milton, Thomas n Hronaugh UO; John wicked children continued;;inocking .lameflU7; K'Uhio nnd othor great men. The latest the two she bears came I'onnington Mooro UJ. OliKilwickU-.'edition contains the following from his the good piophet J. W. Smith, l'rin. out of the mountain and atejup 40 of the pen: Now, boys, what does this "Aftor an existence of inoro than 'JO children." M. Society at the Collogo Tho V. A. years of almost innocuous desuetude, lesson teach us? Young Pupil. It teaches us how the publication of this Calen- these laws ate brought forth." Message, iciiuests for October many children a she bear can Miold. dar March 1, ISM). 5 Horace Walpole b. 1717. "It is a condition which confronts us Pineville Messenger. T Jenuiu l.tud Goldachinidt b. lS'Jl. notu theory." Annual Message, 1SS7. The question camo up one day last 7 Kdgar Allen l'ou d. lSi!. "I have considered the pension list of week at the tieasury department as to S Henry Holding d. 1754. tho ropublio a roll of honor." Voto of tho weight of a dollar hill. Scales of U Cervantes b. lr17. Dependent Pension Hill, July 1, 1S.SS. perfect accuracy were brought into 1S550. U Harriet Hosmerb. "Party honesty is party expediency." requisition and the surprising discovery 17:'.vS. 10 Henjainin West b. Newspaper interview, Sept. 0, 1SS0. was made that 'J7 51 notes weighed 11 'uinglo killeil lolil. "A public oll'u'o is a public trust," one as much as a S'JO gold piece. The over Wheel-or- , of his bent kuswu political maxims, is latter just balauced W grains. GovriJoica'jmajority the bills weighed were perfectly for governor of Iowa, is S,'2QQ. Tho not included. crisp and new. Trial made with the olected toro other democratic candidates every day P, R. Pennington has been appoint- soiled notes, such as come in 2, of Bestow, i;iouteiiftnt;;Governor; Kiuues, them for redemption, showed that Judge, and Deys, Hailroad Commission- ed postmaster at Oakley, Laurel county, woighed considerably more thau the vice J. 0. Mullins resigned. coiu. Wall Street Daily Kows. er. , , I - rhejront of the .National Dunk is being painted mil the windows in tho second story rfplaced. J. V. Cook aud T. H. Robinson delivered 40 head of export cattle to Dick DAN M'GINTYS TROUBLES Under the management of W. A. and P L. Mahara j j J Ghas-teen- n 1 mem-buir- i, " htisi-lieu- , (JriH-ning'- s li-- O, t di'lt-renec- H north-boun- d I I self-defens- Gentry at Iiicaster Saturday. Average 1.IW0; price .' cents. On the 1st of January Holuit-will again tako cbarut Hotei. lieu Mason advertises the Ma T, 2TIG-1son Hotel for rent. Some Richmond n.irtiea' have bought the vacant lot in the north east corner of the Public Square and will shortly erect a brick livery stable on same. Original Dublin Town Solo Band and Orchestra. A protracted meeting begun atthe Baptist church Sunday night. The ser vices are conducted ... Rev. iiuwiii, of Taylorsvilh', assisted by Ilev. pastor. Gnrrard rytluas, ill give a bannuet at thu Mi; u. iiU3ARD, A. hi., Prd3ideut. ler Hotel next Friday night in honor of the visiting members of the Stanford 3S91. Lodge. An interesting and extensive programme will be prepared for the oc-- i Hulleorpol Corner unry una cli m1 tea utt S ip;mr courv? in Literature, Music an J Art. Kxcellent bordii department casiou and thu whole thing is to be quite Cuiliie an c rcuUr lurnnhei on application. a tony thing throughout. j Messrs Kites and Graham, who near Bryantsville, were arrested and placed in jail at Lancaster, Saturday, charged with burningflvostncks of wheat and a dwelling that was occupied as a residence. Thu trial is set for Tuesday, Ac Vino, Cincinnati, O. S. 33. Cor. the 17th. There is said to be contidera-- ' Short-Han- d, hie excitement in the lower end of the j Book-keepin-g, Type-Writin- g, county at the conduct of the house-burners and those who have been st retching Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, wires across the turnpike nt night, caus Penmanship and all Business Branches. ing tlamagts to horses, buirgies and flourlshlnc. Twelve Instructors. Up with the time. 1862. Established for liuslncss traveling upon the highway. thoroughly Pursuits. Him the cunfldcncc of the Hasinas Community. Tht ittidents are in demand and are aided in aeeuriug employment. Tho charges ar Henry Deazluy, Charley O.vens and reasonable. Hoard can lx? had In the city at low HgurvK. Day and Night Seulnni. Doe Quinn Palmer, of color, were arrested as promises Investigation solicited. Bend for catalogue. C. W, McGEE, PRINCIPAL. and tried for shooting Bill Farris Friday the UHh. It was proven on the trial that Owens was drunk and raised ndilhculty, striking Henry Beazloy several times with a rock Beflzlcy fired at Owens, hut nnesed him and struck llill Tarrif. Owens swore that he was so drunk that Dealers In- ho didn't know vhat he was doing and had no recollection whatever as to what occurred. Upon a hearing of the whoio case the defendants were dismissed hy' Judge Bohinson, aud Owens was turned! ' UCCIia VTlfclSb iXJUU. X 111 W VLTG. over to the town authorities for trial up. on the charge of drunkenness. Farris ' was slightiv wounded and will recover. The community was shocked hy &.1TT X.ZITS Zi learning that at ahout! o'clock on Sun day morning Mr Beniamin Leavell, a, -- -J w aJton's Opera House, TTJESBA"? 1TOV. 17TH, FUNKIEST SHOW ON THE ROAD. .no..,. Knfcta.'btanrord female College. 1 Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, Vor-na- l 4.-t- Telegraphy, -' per-HJi- is Iju-Rean- d -- ' ' ' ' FARRIS & HARDIN. .. J m: -- staple and Fancy Groceries, Hard ware, 1- - . I SES OUR EZSG FRESH CAR-LOA- D OF AMPS. SALT. IZ'-'iiSLrSdjA 1 OF KANAWHA tax-pa- y Show-make- n j nier-flhaut- A j insanity. He has been quite unwell for some months and ' was closely watched and kindly cared for hy his family and friends. A shoit hl time after breakfast he went, in compa ny with his son, a youth of about 13 ' years, to the residence of a Mr. Mosier, a blacksmith, who resides within about n mile of his residence, and told Mr. Mosier that he felt that if he ban n lL Has the largest and squirrel or some game of borne sort ho ? k'.MVa" yXlSk iTiri-tariV linen would relish it and borrowing a shot MOST COMPLETE STOCK tf SMfSSiig gun that was louled started towards the ft. woods or fields. He had gone only n OF iVA ai;ijf 3 J 07.t7 V? h ion distance when ho discharged SX. 7M tyXeL "Watcltca nitii of the gun into his head, kill KS-,-t fftS'5M ing him instantly. He was a good citi-- : zvsazttMfPSftfT'lr' - W' ever shown in btatrord at prices J y.en and ins death ii a sovere blow to ids as low- - as the lowest. funily, with whom tho people uniyer- Remember that I have one of the best watch-makerin the State, sally sympathize. i a lit of temporary The Old Fweliable Jeweler in the Lead. ZTMy if V -IS. ' IfelpA. R. Penny m. mm& vMd.-iF- XLJy E m JoveJry s who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. - Don't have to rela-livi- dihtin-guisho- ri l, '.. d Car-pout- er Mar-Ui- a -- g l. o Sunday-school- s Jcil'-erso- While getting out of a wagon with a send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gun at Wilmore, Wat It. Dunn slipped gold and silvcr takc at mark ce Your trade and work is solic- aud the weapon was discharged, almost A. R. PENNY. tearing his left arm oil', He dieil in a few ted and guarantee satisfaction. hours from the shock. The Knights of Labor have adopted fflS?HEZgECISCOJE7flBKMPBBMHMBPMBRHl resolutions looking to a settlement of their dill'oronceg with the Federation of L'tbor. If this action be accepted by j&vtAM&Tmvvmiti-np&nvi'- j the Fodfr.tt ion it will remit in tht practical union of over (lOO.OOO laboring men. The Kirl of Dulley holds tho hr-olife insurance in th world, S u.)0,-00;.V.vt wiiniM Mr. Wanamaker, vh03e policies of exceed that of the Cx ir of all tho Russians by $.V and 00). Fourth oom.js the Prince of Wales, for whose life is insured for $2,H2.).00i). cures Colic, Constipation, I). P. Arnold, of Frankfort, knock-- e "Catorllsvi well adapted to children that tourbcoiii.u.11, Duirrhn'a. Kructailon, I recommend Itas superior to any prescription I tho stalling out of Boh Breckinridge, Kills Worms, cio4 ilit-p-, und promoted dl- known to me." II. A. Aucnnn, Jt. D., prat Ion. sou of the iMngrtusoun, after he found With'jul injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., BrooUju, X. Y. thit nothing else wo'dd do him. The The Ckxtacr Company, T7 Murray Slreot, N. Y. tight occurred at Lexington, on the night of thog)v.!rn ir's b.ill and two spade fltllfWUfrnWiii'iii'TuM v.; tails were rendered useless for future PMilWJFJZZLmJL x"sy?sj st ). l.'-O.OO- O Snfants Children. Cn-itor- : wear. ll. First Step in Love. Cora "Did you ever go to a fortune teller's?" Merritt "Yes, my.dear. I went to Bradstreet's to tinil out about my father's fortune." TheKpoch. ihetrr ully recommend (Jniim'j Oinlmriit to all horsemen a the very hot remedy in use; would not le without it." tor curbi, splints, spavins, wiud-putor and enlargement (lit it a tti.il. Mr Go to A. A. WARREN'S "MODEL GROCERY Codar Grove Stock Farm. J.T Mock, of Danville, My. "I c:in Tt For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; Cheese, ex-actl- v How-eve- r, When When When When Daby was sick, wo gare her Castoria. she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. she became Hiss, aha clung to Castoria. the had Children, vbe gave theui Castor!. f-- Lamps, Glass- - anJ Queensware, Tin- - and JWoodcnware, Fruit Jars Jelly Glasses, &c. fc-- i I. A Sensation at Crab Orchard. JAYlEYE-SEEWlThe sensation of the day in our town is the immense atnoiintbf goods that are . ecr f r'ia t being sold at Dan Slaughter's store, in uvc&iyiri. Hllflnrv flrn..., I..-,jSovcmhkh 17, 1S91 Stanford, Ky., .i VK,Ny: "Am r trliii building. Tho mercan the every known remedy, I removed n urKtt Hunch Z nt two j earn otiiiitllng, from u .1 jcur old lllly. z tile business had been very dull hero with three iippllcutlonii of during the entire fall, in fact our merchants had done no business to amount I to anything until tho opening of SlaughII IstholK'Ftprcpnrntlon I hnoevertiiolorlirnrd 2 In refusing to pardon or reprieve Jester's new store. of. I heartily riroiiniR'tiil It to all lIuneiiK'ti. ; se Brown, convicted and sentenced to Itiss.iid tint the high prices chargU'chaic humlmli o wh (citinwnUil death at l'aducah, for murder, Governor ed hail driven the trade to other tow ns, Price St. ,1(1 per bnttlr. Ak nnirilrumtrM fori! If ho wfAifltafl urOWll in K us ucctisiuii id uuiivur a iiiuuii but now all Is changed. UomiK t kiTplf tin iV tiiuinrMlM r lortrml' i to the juries which find a needed lecture Not onlv is Slaughter doing an tin v. W. M. i:i)V CO., Wllltrlmll, verdict and then sign n petition to him huiiuuss, but the other merchants incuse to reverse it, without giving nny reason are reaping the benefit of his enterprise why it should be done. S,iys the gover has very gueeessfully conducted for sevThe anarchists of Chicago tried to in advertising and drawing the people nor and every law abiding man will mp eral years. Mr. A.J. Casey, late of the hold a secret meeting near the scene of into town. It is frequently the case that Kussellvillo Herald, will succeed him as the Havmarket riot, plaud his words: "I have most careful but the police broke so many people crowd into his store at ly read tho evidence in the record, and editor. down the doors or the hall and entered one time thnt it is impossible for his it appears that a most atrocious murder NEWSY NOTES. in tho midst of tho incetnliaiy eruptions. clerks to wait upon them and they are & was committed. Upon such malefactors ' Most of the crowd were arrant cowards, forced to go to some of the other stores Ueputv Sheritf George Kelley, fo the law should be executed and if not but some pistols were drawn on the of- - to do tlieir trading. Kspecially was this they should be repealed. 1 owe an offi- Marion, is short over 51,000 in his ac- ncers. rvery man who nau a weapon the c on last Saturday, when his stoie 13 Receiving His cial dutv to every hearthstone in this counts. was arrested. Wild throats wore made was jammed with customers during the of tho Gibson Wm. Gibson, owner Commonwealth, having sworn that I to repeat the Havmarket massacre, and entire day, and many were turned away would see that the laws should he House, Cincinnati, and a two million- one speaker, before the police arrived, without getting waited upon. Since faithfully executed. The sympathy of aire, is dead. wanted all the city officials murdered. bringing in his first 6tock, about three Goods Warr.iucd.uiil .i IViko bit Gj ir uiUv i u. ui.n a call. Samuel and Whitt Husk were crushthe jury can not control mi-- . It is with This crowd ought to be cleaned out be- weeks go, he has received eevettd large and a shrinking ed to death in the Hush mine, near Ash- fore the World's Fair. them an afterthought watrou loads of new goods to fill up with, from responsilility. After a most faith- land, by fa ling slate. and will start to the cities in about ten Gov. Brown has also issued his proc: ful consideration of th case, 1 decline FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. dttvs to lay in an immense stock of goods Initiation, fixing Nov. I'll as a day of te Interfere- with the judgment of tho for the holiday trade. Beazlev Bros, bought a lot of court. Human life has been too cheap in thanksgiving and prayer. When it is considered that he is aitu-all- y hogs of Fred Bowman at The Cheyenne National Bank, of cts. Kentucky." Helling goods at lower prices than The colt Conductor, by Klectioneer, Ohevonne, Wyo., which suspended last they have ever been sold here, it should was sold at Franklin, Pa., for about $,(), Sex atoi: Call, of Florida, seems to have week, will liquidate in full. surprise no one at the largo trade he Is n hard time making his calling and elecThe bank of Bonner it Bonner, 'IV 000. . having, and bhnuld our merchants hae M. F. Klkin A Co. bought of He tion sure. The governor claimed that ler, Texas, has gone to the wall. Assets ummI half the exertion and enterprise HAS WORM REMEBEES FOR YEARS Phillips :0 lioirs nt : and of Charles ho was not constitutionally elected by and liabilities are about $500,000. that he has done since he has been here, Da: cts. The pension bureau during October Spoonamore 10 at the legislature and appointed .Mr. EVERY B8TTLE GUARANTEED Crab Orchard wouid never have been' SOLO EVERYWHERE. vidson to the vacancy. The Secretary of granted ."52,040 certificates, tho first payDave Klliott, of Casey, bought of culled a dead town. including A.T. Hunn, .State refused to attest the governor's ments on which aggregate! West Hud parties, FREPAREDGY RICHARDSON-TAYLMED. CO. ST.LOUKMQ. 8igniture to tho appointment and now Commander Palmer, of the G. A. It , :!0 head of shipping cattle at : anil 3 J isR. K. tho supremo court of the State has has ordeted that the next annual en- cents. sued a mandate to compel the Secretary campment be hold in Washington, Sept. Joe JetlVrson, the pacer, broke the l a Camli.tstc lor Sheriff of I.mroln county, subto attest. Senntor Call Cwill, however, 20, IHfi. record, going the distance in ject to the 41 lion nt the licmtKratK part). seated, as the Senin all probability, be Alexander Crambers, alias Tom Sut- 11:10. The best previous time was N. niEKEFEIS, ate is the 6ole judge of the qualifications ton (.colored), the murderer . ert 10::HJ. l for u Shrlff. Sulr i of its members and'the usual "courtesy" Henry, at Fayette, Miss., was banged Mrs. B. R. Witt, lUth county, uds-tfto tl.v jctimi of the itanocrucy. ItWcuoa Nov will prevail. this year 170 turkevs and sold lis for Friday. W. F. Baird, formorly Yico Presi- $103,117 and has 12 nil hand. Mt. StarThe Louisville Times is led to this dent of the Bank of Madira, Cnl., is short ling Sentinel. FARM timely remark and suggestion, neither in his A. K. Denny gathered from 1.9K accounts with the institution t wmrn every pcron from httt)lC oh or of which should ho allowed to be withshocis, each 10 hills square, 2"0barrols of nearly $100,000. throuifh mv fjrm .m the Urni gciitruMy ncrnn a the MiCart drawn: As they have made no progftn no hI.Mii;iMj to nit A cablegram from Hankow, China, corn. Mr. J. K.Bruce says this is the Kvery rerou luring through Mill Urni without , ress, the statutes levisory committee says that n huge fire destroyed 1,100 bigge.st yield ho has uver hoard of. peraiUMon will he trvfti trl I). M CKKIi.HION wisely withhold from the public all re- houses in that city and rendered i;,000 bought of K. H. A. T. Xunnelley port of progress. In tho meantime, people homeless. Jones 111 fat ho 'S at S cents; of Mrs. Ma wouldn't it bo a good idea to take the Shoes, JSools, The St. Nicholas Ilotol, Cincinnati, ton SI at :; cents and of Kant lind parties tYBrVthiMO uOOQ lO ESI muzzle oirthe press and put it on their has be sold by OuQciwioare. the Car.isle heirs to n number of milk cows mid calves at ?t)j in secretary? However, as that functiona Mrs. Lauretta B. Gibson, of the Gibson ,0 & Wilson Sewing Machine No. Wheeler ' ry has nothing to do but talk and draw Rising Buck 9. House, for $100,000. -- C.J..lhams. owner of AHerton P1Juri Maplo Syrup, RolledWheat " Agent for his salary, we withdraw the suggestion Oats, Hrodhend Hour. A follow, who gave his name as J. has oiired senator Stanford ,ooo for Cracked Wheat, Imported instanter. S. Johnson, worked the check racket on breeding io mares to aroni, Cream Cheese, Strawber-Anon.i- n Higlict in.uket price j.tkl for 1'e.uhcrs and Hggs. in Xicholasville, 1SU:!. Stanford has refused ryf pme Apple, Quince and Rasp-oo,oo- o he resounding kiss that the beauti- several for the colt. ful daughter of Treasurer Woodruff im- Saturday, to the tune of 575. berrv Preserves in bulk, Lemon The grand jury of Robertson county Forests livid delivered lii cattle and Currant Jelly in bulk, Peach printed on tho lips of one of her father's counsel, at the conclusion of his eloquent has indicted ex Sheriff G. L. Linville Saturday, sold two months ago to i.eh-- 1 and Applo Butter, Pickles, plain, Superintendent P. D. Lin- man at ." cents. The hO averaged appeal before the court, was not entirely and sweet and mixed in bulk, Pickled II J MiKOHlt.tr" W II lll(.-IN- , ville for embezzling public funds. pounds, ."since their salo Mr. Keid hai Onions, Pickled Olives, Celery lost on the jury, which did the next best Thomas Dunn, aged 10, an employe fed them on corn and sorghum and thev Dressing-- Mustard Dressing-- Gra- thing to an acquittal, failed to agree. Woodruff" robbed the State of mauy of tho L. itX., was instantly killed while fattened remarkably fast. (tedKorse Radish, New Prunes, At the sale held bv J f. Nieid l'ix) Fiirs, Raisins. California Apricots i thousands of dollars, but he is not likely coupling cars at Maysville. He leaves a birrels of corn sold for ?i si and hay $m and Peaches. Crauberries, Stan-to$i- s to suffer for it as long as his daughter wife and three children in that city. Hunts Lisle, the well known breeder per stack. .1. c. Caldwell is now dard Canned Fruits and Veeeta- can be depended upon to do the right Our Stock of- and owner of thoroughbred race horses, weighingfiomoof the cattle ho sold to bles of all kinds, Corned Beef, thing at the right time. died Sunday at Ids homo in Fayette Lehman this fall at r, cents. They will Deviled Ham, Chicken, Turkey, &cFancy and Plain Candies, It is sent out from Washington that county, near Lexington, aged 70 years. average about 1,550. Advocate. , tho president is seriously considering Tito C. it O. is about to buy the easGreen Squire sturgun and John b. Carpen-- Okes, Nuts, California Is now almost omplcte mul wo will bcjablc to show to the the hearty endorsement of Col. W. 0. tern division of the N. N. and M. V., bo ter.of Hart county, sold a hothead 0 Fruits, Bananas, all in great pcoplc'of Bradley for the vacancy in the head of tweeu Huntington aud Lexington, thus Lincoln county as complete a stock, we think, ns has ever been 1'ryor tobacco'in the Louisvillo ncty rresh and Nice, nothing but the Very Best. the war department. It would be a big completing the system from Louisville market for the remarkable price of offered for their iiihpection in stroke of policy for him to honor the to Washington. per hundred. This is probably the largKentuckian who could bring him more A call has been issued for a conven- est price ever paid for tobacco in the G9 Opposite Portman House. votes than any man in the South, and at tion of cities of the to be held world. the same time it would be but the just at Winchester, Decembers, for the purThe Sugar Howl places tho Louisi- recognition of the labors in season and pose of getting up a general charter for arm cane sugar crop for 1S1HMI1 at out of season of a man, who has nev- cities of this class. ton?, against l'JS.OOJ tons tho er had a substantial reward. A pumpkin vine from one seed, year. Tho total beet sugar crop of grown by KlishaChapin.of Uptoti, Mass., the world is estimated at :,(7t),000 tons; Lucy II K I.lmoln , Circuit Court Com hde, Ac l'lainti((, v. lthle, A XK3T of quacks in Cincinnati has xil In IUulty Xc , dffwulami. measured from the root, with nil of its the total cano crop of the world at hoen discovered, who, for n considera- branches, 2.070 feet. It had 45 marketa lly virtue of a judgment rrinlernil In lb above tons. tion of $150 in hand paid, a diploma to ble pumpkins on it. MjNil utve at (he Octuber Urn., lii.tif sanl vimn, Stephen Lucas is now taking homo Hill on practice medicine will he given and no Twenty tons of powder exploded at 200 barrels of corn, which he bought 2 questions asked. The concern goes by Miller's Station, hid , and shook Nov. 25(11, the mouths ago from By ran Jones at a tho name of the Medical University of whole country for miles around. Win- barr.'l. It. was bought in tho field nt at a m., or liivrealxMiL. on the farm, which Ohio and tho scoundrels have uroun dows and glass l.iiitulii oiiiii). Ky , in tli ncibothil nl fronts were shattered in that price and Lucas has to haul it hiin- Mwltty and Inn lion Cillc. ell to Ihr highd rich at their nefarious business. Such a a town five miles away. Uoys' self. Tho ruling price is. however. Jl.7."i rmiQrr it puuiit. uuciHtn inc imiiw ihk ii.Ltirtcu concern could tlourish no where so well proper i, to wit The Wayne circuit court iins so far delivered aud at that price Luther i i Kir, vjluiMe firm ol Paris of Ametica. as in this And Gents' Kurnishi- n- (Joods sent three men to the penitentiary, DanWV.an- still ,ok- agents for the old has just received a lot. Hnrrods III Acros and one Rood reliable waterproof M'KI.L HOOTS, iel Stephens, Wash Slavins and Giles burg Uomocr.it. The "man who pavs tin freight" will otn it At the annual meeting of the Turf of kouiI Urminv (anil, hich ha upon out build never he governor of New York, it gives Watson, one year each for lormljlc dHcllms houe, kouJ lorn .md all confessed. They Congress at Chicago, a rule was adopted ir.gt, oiiiii; orthjnl and iither ironrovtmeni,, us pleasure to record. Tins World says: aiirinu uf nfver Hewitt, Field A: Co., seed and agri- tnut any person ottering or receiving and thre kikxI unviiint in S..lhl.iflin water Gov. Hill has wisely determined to serve hnoU ami Said larm it hurihua. in a zmh! ntghncrhiKl anl boimrlnl out his term ns governor. New York cultural implement dealers, Louisville, money to "scratch" a horse in any racn ihui lljinuini: at Hon lorner to Simiwon in can better get along with partial repre- have assigned. The firm has been in ex- should be ruled oil tho tracks of the line of .Mm A I' llawkni, thenc with kr line N 's',t'. iMtk'taiid 14 link to i atonv N'. members of the Congress. Tho follow- - I'. to pl 14 linl, S. St'f sentation in the Senate for a few weeks istence 10 years. The liabilities are $ 3 IM ivtini i lililct lua to Itelm thence hm line N. i is tonc,i(iriitr assets nominally the same. ing ollicers were chosen: Rolo Wells, of pile Uni., S r 4 usually devoted mainly to organization 14',, ".. L i .j 49,4, V 46 po.e 4 litika, N t Col. Don Piatt died nt his home, St. Louis, president; (ten. J F. Robin V.l po'et 0 linlm, corner to Klder, Induce N. 75 than with a crank in the executive ofV, 4 . pole yiii W xc polc n hnk 10 coiner N. il.ATK AI.KXANItKH'h llOTKI., uac-unee, u., on tlio K. C. of Simpson, tlitmcn S 4 W 119 jiolm to a stune, lie was son, of Lexington, fice. him in Cincinnati in 1S10. Col. Piatt Hopper, of the Latonia Jockey Club, sec- l he tic e S. !' I'.. polt il links to the beginning wo members of ttie Kversole fac- was an aggressive democrat, an experi- retary ami U. L. Bradley, of Lexington, AUoat the name llincaml placi!. I will sell an RKiVOVATED AND IMPROVED. tion sentenced to the penitentiary for enced journalist and a interest in forcible writer. treasurer. The next meeting will be at iindnidcl life at Winchester last week, have made Near Tnion Junction, Wis., the mid- St. Louis. 7 TOWN LOTS IN JUNCTION CITY, Way. 52.50 a full couftsriion, in which the horrible night passenger train from Chicago to Jcrtcwn, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-- I louse lliiyle county, ami Uricribed anil tMiuiuled thus Cor. murders of the gang are given in hidi-ou- s Milwaukee was held up by masked men. irst. I. it S'u 1. itiinti'd in block No 1, whu h Middi iscoito people are high up again LOUISVILLE, KY. J lie uwi'cn the io1. N. K. K and Sprinc Street. detail. The story reads like u chap- Tnejexpress car. was blown open, ol an aire, seconu, J mis but, it over their prospects. Tho ollicinl gener and nnums whuh lies liotwecn Minn ami ulilixk No s ter from tho dark ages, instead of a re- is claimed, only about of the Sprmc Siri'et were ta- nl meeting of the. l.o. hmi' lots are separatud l A. W.Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. cent occurrence in a civilized land. Hie ken. MiddleshoroTown Co, was held Thurs- cult Street, one ontamin 1 tui.iixi acre.hUx-1'lnrd, lots in of an acre other j, The Boston Globe, tho dem- - day when it was unanimously resolved to No j, whu h run b.ick from Main street; lot No, Gov. Bolus, of Iowa, will recommend of thi hlotk, Loniainiiij; lui i.joof an acre lot o:ratic paper of New F.ngland, has come accept the terms of the nale embodied in No containing ol an acre; lot No 3 the repeal of the prohibition law by the out for Gov. Russell for the a contract between the Middlesboro containing (.77 ounf an acre; loi No 4 cnn:.iin next legislature, which is democratic in nomination for president in democratic Town Company and the Middlesboro Ing j 177 iikjo ncnii Said lots will first lie olTrrpd 1MH'. an a whole, the bid realizing and Tie the Senate and republican in the House. governor will barely he eligible for tie Town Lands Company. This contract tlif most money w ill he accepted. lf TI'.RMb-Tinterest in undivided The result is awaited with inteiest, since ollico by that time, as he is not .'Jo till in provides all funds requisite for the com- said lot will lie .Id on a credit nt six inuiitlir no matter which horn of the dilemma Hut the snnl farm will lie sold on a credit of mk The above is a cut of Dirk-mitment and necessanesof the Middles- months, two years ard four yer tual the republicans may take, they are likely Doc anil Galelulliland, the last of boro Town Company, which are to be stallinents, bunds riiiurcd of the purchaser w.tll cut Teed Cutter, the best cutter to lose votes. the gang, have surrendered and given taken over and payment 011 same guar- apji'Oied apersuiul security, liUMn (lie force and ellcct of judumrnt, hearing 6 percent inlunit for all purposes on the market good bond for their appearance at the anteed by the Middlesboro Town Lands Irom dale untilpaid and the intere.t on 1 and 4 The president baa at last issued his tear bonds to he paid nnnuallr, and a lieu to Call and examine. I also have Thanksgiving proclamation, naming Nov. next Pulaski court. This makes 10 of Company. It also contemplates the con- retained uponisthe property lol'd until all the purthe the gang now bound over and it is tinuance of the Middlesboro Town Com- chase mniiey (1.paid DAVISON, M C I. C C M. ! 20th as the day to give thanks and pray. thought that all trouble is now ended. pany's plans for the commercial and in old man some time to make It took the At Bordentowu, X. J., last Thurs- dustrial development of Middlesboro. up hiB iniud whether under the circum- day, there was dedicated a granite mon- The new company elected the following MRS. FRHHK stances he was thankful even that he ument which the Pennsylvania Railroad ollicers. Kdward F. Powers, president And the was alive. PURCHASING AGENT, Co. has erected to commemorate tl e and managing director; K.M. Mathorson, The San Fraciscoians are in earnest (0th anniversary of the first operation of John 51. Brooks, mana- Chicago, : : : : Illinois. about wanting the national conventions a steam railroad in the State. John ger, and E. 51. Riss, secretary pro tern. S7 Plymouth Plaoor 5549 Wcntwortli Asu Drepps, the engineer who of the two parties. They guarantee to is now living at the age of ran the train. Tho incorporators of the now company LatmmUiion c per cent. Uemlt bv S:i. Tho enCar of Kanawha Salt just .received. pay oil the expenses of the delegates aud gine is in the National Museum and is a are C. 51. Woodbury, Rossell Wessinger Order, Postal Nntc. New York Kxchancc or liv Kxpress. Opportunities lor harraiiit all line. and Samuel Walters. nt rmtilai iiiianrnnsiil have already raised $o0,000 as a starter. great curiosity. ' MJ A'" " (,wwu' IIM'H rasa.((( Semi-Weekly Interior Journal W. F. WALTON. I Mr. T. II. Momus has bought n hnlf Fire broke out early Sunday night in Journal ami tho printing house of Short & Foreman, interest in tho Jussi-iiiuwill run it with Harry MuCarty. Col. Cleveland, Ohio, and in less than an McCnrty will not be able to do newspa hour business property valued at n per work for a loni: time anil he has re- quarter of a million dollars was in ruins. linquished his interest in the paper. If Falling walls killed ono fireman and the two Mii'ceed in milking the Journal dangerously injured two more. The farmers' alliance T. as readable and as entertaining as did the colonel, they will be deserving of T. Gardner president and fixed upon OwThey are both jjqod ensboro as the next place of meeting. congratulation. newspaper men anil will rami) as near While it continues to carry the dead weight of the Ocala dumiud for sub- pair ,o,i? u fls t,itf trensuries and land loans, the Kentucky Mk. (!. C. (iivk.ns has sold the contingent hnssteereil clear of the third-partOwensboro Inquirer to a Htork company rock and scattered the explosive and retired from the paper, which he contents of tho organ topedo. k post-olllc- o massy!9t 1 .! ofJiiy-KvHt)Ki'lii- m QUINN'S OINTMENT. nt y SowV 'g vi vaXs I I t HI H.g.RUPLEY,-- Fail I and W.nter REAM oods - 245-pou- '. WHITES UDALl VEREFIIGE 20 OR GENTRY I four-mil- e J. JUST RECEIVED. d POSTED. FULL STOSK 6ENERAL!IMER6HAND!S t B '.,-i- Staple Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Ladies' Jackets: Caps Jfardtrare and J late and ! Men's and Boys' Clothing, Mac-thepnvilege- of , store-keeper- s ; W. E. PERKINS, CrablOrchard. ol ' , , I INTEIAT GOODS 1 m ' - FALL AND WINTER GOODS. 1 Va-yello- w S-- JESSK I. WEAKEN. Ith-class, j 100,-00- 0 pre-vio- Commissioners's Sale. Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, -:- !,0,-000 I .50 Wednesday, 11 1 111 Men's and Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, Men' iiiul Hats. Neckwear, - !& C ed house-breakin- M'ROBEHTSFXXXGGXJXTS. 10,-Ot- V. V. nnwrT;.: o r-'t- li. t; WTLJLAMD 9 Per 5 one-ha- lf THOROUGHLY K.ites I 'o.-i,c- share-holder- 1 1 . 4 Kllert Manaer- g 1 1 thi-i- i he Dicks Patent Feed Cutter l'-it- rne-Ua- - 111 111 ?'' ! J MTEEM. Studebakejr Wagon vice-preside- OLIVER FLOW, with Genuine Extra Pou-OHic- e 111 I J. IB. FOSTEB, -- h KTrT3EEH MA ubiiiiipiitifcmiii it lt,.i.'i, Ju ','Ml ,S,' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Ivy., Xovkmheh 17, 1H01 Siikm.lii ()T8 for snle at Karris it Har- din's. It a i.v Atxl enow in predicted for with a cold wave nt nlnlit. A nkw pnvL'iuiMit.ia Tites-da- McGixtyN Tuouiilks Walton'H era House 17tb. Op- - Btankokd, Cam. at J. IS. Foster's ami see the best feed cutter in tho world. It will pay ICO.WAUTON, MEANS bus. ManaRurCmirt .St. BUSINESS. beinj: laid nloiiR Siiinruaml tlio Opir Honso to tin you. The reason these people look so nice is that they buy their Awinli. Nkw stock of meat cutter, sausapo stutlers, lard cmhs and bitteher knives at KxdUAViso beautifully und nrtifitirnlly J. H. Foster's. ono at A. It. l'vnny'H. Yorii account Ih now ready. I'luasit Tiik Hichmond It'.'trister sneers at Wll and Pi'ttlc. A. K. IVnny. IUvk your natrli, clock and jowflry D.iwaon'ri ennle and wivfl it has one !l feet repaired at A. It. Tunny's. All work from tip to tip. . warranted. ' ItcMKMiiKii tliatall silverware. wntelic-MFoil ItKXT. IteMdtifiue now oeeupifil rnik'H, Ac, boiiKlil at A. It. IV'iiny'H will by W. M. HiKL'ina. Apply to John M. be enslaved free of ebarire. Mcltobortf, Sr. , houao on Foil 15knt. Nice two-storMain street, with ood well and cistern both in yard, All in jjood repair. J. K. )l VanArsdale. y os, CLOTHING & DRESS GOODS, f S m U It. O. Ai.ronn, trustee of tb jury fund, snys that the last court cost SOB? for ju-riapiinst $1,100 to il,"100 nt aoino of tlio other terms. MMm. Where everything in their line can be had of the best quality, at the Tim double store room now occupied by Joe S. Jones, possession given the first day of January, ls'ii'. Apply to It. William'", Stanford, Ky. Foil Kkxt. m At the Louisville Store, J I Mi 1 1 l H " PERSONAL POINTS. yet- - Mn. J. A. A1.1.KS went to Lebanon Kmt . terday. It. C. Look. One thousand yards of asort-printfl at A) cents a yard at .1. M. Martin's Stole, M v wood. 11 ml Jaii.hiiSiii'jiatk bliot ami perhaps fa- Wahiihn, Iihs KOnu to ljulsvillf. .Iuhik J. A. I.yti.k has buuii vury ill with heart trouble. Miw. U. 1.. Huvnvn, of Oarlhle, It) via itini' Mr. Mux Manet. Mih MAndiitCAUi'MKi.L, of Texas, the nonet of Mr. P. V. (Ireon. Miih. M. J.llraKiwix, of Somurtut, In vimHIhk lieratater, Mm. Kukumu Kelloy. and MIm Mary M118. M. 15. Davlons )uddTarani vihltiUK'in Shelby City. n I)ns roi .M11. A. ecured a wood job at Knoxvillo and ders his papur to be fiont there. MlW. C. T. IlKU C At wtltoH that ho hat or- tally wounded a ncgn prisoner, liam Hansford, at Dtnville, when he H(iiHil and tried to hold him in jail. LiTTi.11 (Jmiiiiij, (luutjliter of Mr. and Hansford has done time in tha peniten Mrs. .1. (J. 151 more, died yesterday ot a tlaty, wliero ho deliberately permitted throat trouble, accd '22 months. his hand to lw cut oil' to keep from work. McGixty will liu with us Tut: work 011 this division of thu L. Don't fail to fee the ludicrrus troubles has grown so greatly that an assisover behetliim and laugh yourself that tant matter of trams lias been appointfat. ed, dipt. Dick Lawtoti, thu popular Uck drummer irieud, Copt It. 15. Rob- passenger conductor, has been given the erts, drops into poetry with tho eae of position and lie will assist Capt. Frank a veteran. See his contribution on the Harris and spend his time mostly at lib pane. Livingston and Corbin. Wilht. mr r If SftV, H ) mwi Hi (j LOWEST IEGK3-S .A-ZbTID f JJ JTjri, H m A-- Give us a call, PKIE STORE Proprietor. A-- WE CAN'T BE UNDERSOLD. Bought at the highest market - This nIio has only 1,..S.' population. Tiiowas I'UKi.es MuioiiT is tho name is a ui'iBtflku and a pretty good slued one. of a young man who, last Saturday, A. UIIBA1SSKY, The number of citizens iu the town lim Main Street, Stanford, Ky, rnmi! to HUty with Mr. and Mrs W. M. MANES AND GABI1IEL, is over 1,H00 ami in tho suburbs and IlrighU lb is a very prom'sing young' its How land :t.000. ntor und a bajipier pair never rejoiced af r over it rtret iKim. Gkkat complaint is made about hogs running at large and foraging on others MttitXTY'sTiMHMi.nti vuii MgiUite the ANDvjQ isrTtT ttihn their owners. There is a law amusement lovers at Walton's (JMnt 4rr KU III against this evil, which the council The. Dublin Town ought to have enforced or repealed, but circuit court ywt - House up to tho Hand iu tho funniest of uniforms will dwv. Upright and I loriiontal. since one member has a dozen or more V. 15. Akvoi.m ii'tiimed with IiIm giv parade and concert nt i v. w. Do e. -. e hogs at huge, no action will likely be ta- Stationary, and Portable. All wife wtiinlny mid they uroat Mr. S. not fail to see both tliH free ami the pay t;,M3y; .'it. - KTjV.T'VlUlQ until we give a tew of the whys and - ptfrforimincea. up to power. sizes uii, I. j& T Mverw till HutWuetory board can be o! AW") I t.TMVr Tvit.r wheruforus of the Munition. .A- Nun lit vfiup3, Uncqualed in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and tuluotl S&fa-LJ'4 ?. U) he determined to stop Tiii wm Durability. A. 1). KwiihimI wlf Imvu tnkeii Tint building of the lUptist parsonage illegal whisky traffic in Danville and BTi5C?.M Writt for Irff I'jnij.irts ami jnur wants to Mm. Itebl the . ;i7J liH' TJ. ruoiin at Mr. J. It. Alford's. on tho lot donated by J. M. Hail, on v.scixttJBL Ttt every good man will suy amen. Out of F , ..'- of elocution and 1(1 U the noMxl teacher & CO., iiidictuiHn'.a II conviction ware had, l.o.ver Main, has bten let to Jones and - -- 1'1&5 l -Iwill try to Kt a cli-- hru. Hluukenship, from the top of the and 11101 of the violator art) serving SI llVfrHH 1). OHIO NFW ORK cn lovely nnd clHiriiiiilff A kh up, forSI.'Joo. Mr. 15. K. Wear-orunning sentence Iu the tillM htc pntiouof Mm. It. W. limtioi!, from !W to :I0Q puts iu the foundation for $'2o. The Tiik city has advurtisml forbids for day. Miwjiij Klimtiinil Kte Ifcikor, KitKoniu bouse is to ! a copy of Mr. A.J. ttirp'ts pnvementa in front of the property of l'lillmm Hiid Um and ICIIm Dunn. Tim MothodistA broke dirt for their bouse, with the rooms a little larger, and J. 15. .Owens and also of Mis. M 0 wpiiI up ywlenUy nw parsonage yeMoniny, which la to is to be completed bv Jan. 1st if possiI.. !' Holmes. " lnMinilury of lO.OOi) oost $1,100, iu addition to the price of the ble. t lirtvp atirveyMi AiuisTED. Mr. CD. Thompson, a rM l bind in l.mirtjl and PuUela that lot. The major portion of tlio money Ox the 13th of October we wrote to pokl to a euiiiMitr of 15a for the London, Liverpool and h has Iwen ndswl and tho work will bo A. Hurt, Kmj . Superintendent of the pitsbed to hu early completion. Misrs. Railway Mail Service at Cincinnati, that Globe, was up yesterday and Fettled k'Ushtiioii. Mr J. 1'. Klkplbk, of tho ltowUnd Kuney Allen will superintend it. of the previous with Mr?. N. A.Tyree to her complete the IxTitliioit oillce, hurt Kme to Uike satisfaction, as hu always does. None of ditpatcher'H TiiKitlt has heeuiiiiother change in the Friday had not gotten to liustouville her goods were burned, but Mr. T. said Woodiion'n plucu on the Corbjn the following Monday and asking him to they were the worst broken up lot be brunch, wbllo liu o to attend the bed dispatcher's olllco. Chief J. M. Scott see if the carelessness could not be has resigned ami will return to the in Ho was willing enough to Hlt of bii vury fck mother. The next day ho began an in- ever saw. oillce, while Mr. W F. Sheridan, Mr Allen .?2S7."(), sa and Miw. M. A. vestigation and the entue correspon- pay the amount he allowed, lie realized that nothing but the most ljot;uti returned from Kiinaa City Sun- who has held lirst trick In that oilicc, dence, covering many pages, together day, whoro Mm. Mocker ban been visit will take his place here. Mr. Scott will with the note we sent, was returned heroic efforts saved her house from the likely let Ids duughters, Misses Alice and in her Bon, K' W. Ilockor, in whose to us Friday. The process may inter- fire. Ilessie, remain At sahool here. lMiik Allen iu employed. A max about whom nothing could bo est ourf readers so we give a synopsis of editor of the Mb. II. K. Tiik eclipse ol the moon could not have it. Hu rut asked Mrs. Courts when the learned, except that his name was probWino and Spiiit lliilletin. waa here ye- - occurred at a better time nor on a liner papers left here. She answered, then ably Stephen DeLong, wasuround More-lant'rday on route to Silver Creek, after night for observation, and our peoplu hu inipiired of Capt. II. 11. Jenks, chief last week and giving unmistakable InvIiiK obtained ttdvcrtihuiumith from all watched the exhibition with great intor-e- it clerk, what clerk was on that morning 8ignsof insanity Si pi ire Sniley took him And JKWKLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r to do all kinds the distllletlcB between here and Louisas it slowly went into the shadow-ani- l ami was told C. li. Kenzel. Hu was in charge and sent for thu SheriH'. Depof Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing.' villi-- . dually became entirely obscured. written to and responded that he put uty S. W. Menefee responded and I S. Owi.k, Jh., has been iiiysteri Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, OJsly iniHsiiiK for a week. He aaid he Then from the rellected lightof the earth the Backs oil' at Junction City as usual. brought him here where he was tried day and night. this route and Saturday. He could giv no luccount of was KoiiiK to Washington, but as ho took fie orb took on a reddish tint and hung This took the blame frcm ball of lire in thu heavens till a finding that F. C. Diirnud was tho clerk himself and whatever of his jargon could his like a iUoiik his best clotbea, inchnliiiK apade-tail- , thcro iippwira to bu .1 woman fdnt light appeared on the eiW. end. It 011 the C. S. train, which should have bo recognized as language was pronouncglow and grew till a little past S o'clock taken thu papers South, ho was written ed French. He is supposed to have in the cum;. n the full face of the moon was again seen to, but hud no recollection of the re- been a bear man and losing the animal Mc KoHEiiTri left for Mh. J011.V A. to uko the position of from an almost cloudless sky. The time ceipt of the papers onltho ditto named it upset bis mind. The jury pronouncStindny niht Headquarters For Healed car clerk there. Ho has been of the various changes showed that our and did not remember to have carried ed him insane and lie wa taken to Lex town clock was about as near right as it any mail for Morelaud, by that day. Mr. iugton Sunday by Deputy Menefee. with the Uvt N. a loin: time and tho Hurt next wrote to J. H. Minks, postra roconuiiiK what a ood man he can Iks. fuck WilDiKit Fkom tiik Suihk. master at Morelaud, if he had any recolstay out of a job lonu--. is do not let him Mux or C.M'ir.M- - Mr.J. Ottenheimur, His reply was liams, a young negro man, had bis light of the package. ii ikk ''. M. I'iix.m sows and wife laud and emigration agent of the Cana lection passed arm crushed ami his right leg broken by ask us to return tlioir hertitfelt thanks dian 1'aciil.-- , with office at New York, that paper mud for liustouville '2A, Sunday, laln-lesacks which are not being run over by train No. to the i!od ciUr. mis who workinl so airived itert!ay with a party of wipi- - through iu was no doubt drunk, and lying down ... ,i... . . .1 ... opened by him. Ho could only state lie . . .... a,, , lns,wt ,i, inir.l to save uieir .r..e,i, May wood section Swbs wlloeMlm. that no iHickage laid over iu his ollice. on the track near tho tnem bivim uiuii 11 who Imve extended colonies at llemstadt mih! Otteuheiiii Mrs. Adolia Woods, postmaster at house lie fell asleep. The passenger t 1. ...1 ..! t ...t aiii.in tlnkir ttit.1 " -" mien iaMh.i miHlate and Phil rtd m.rlmpii ,nmke wnne investments. was next communicated with. train was a few minutes . , , fortune. , throttle, was let luiuiiiur She remembered that the Friday papers Snden. who was at the viinrii Mu. I M. L.ai.KV in at home from grade at over JO inilan of the Hernstiult colon v ami head of tho lias his string of rat did not reach there till Monday after- ting it down the Chicago, where he emigration bureau ami bunking house an hour when it struck the man. At noon, but filled to notice tho label of ers. They have done well this season, of .wileliciilNirt Switxer- Co, i'ai-eho lay on the curve the enginthu sacK. The superintendent suggest- the point ow ing to a severe attack of rhcuuiii but :.. ,1... tor n land; John I'liederich, editor and pub- ed tliut hereafter Mrs. Woods retain the eer could not have seen linn in time to t sin, ayiug him up Itshor of the American Swiss tnuette, he been running unlabels so that he can locate tho party at have stopped had month, he has nut buen .,,t.. to .v.. Now . Spam, of the and John hlow. Williams was brought ok, fault to whicli she replied a follows, usually them the attention he .i...,,..!u. unnl.l ' tit in 01. ui A: Martin Cnsriir. amputated by Drs. J. showing that she doesn't like for tlio here and his arm Friday con- - Co., Xew York, bankers and brokers, Lsmuoit JouiXAi-- s to fail to come; "I F. Peyton and II. 0. Nunuelly. lie was Times of denied that tained pictures x.1 Capt. J. C. Hryiinl and. They will return here Wednesday and will certainly in future retain tlio slips conscious on his arrival and Dcilrrln captain com-- , spend several days at Ottenheim and and send to you. 111 order that wu may he was drunk, but he was in the habit, wife. Th his handsome is not beli6ved., Q'lotv. mantis the Ibown Light Infantry, which other parts of tl ascertain tlie cause of the carelessness of drinking and his story AMD WATCHES, operation he seemed to rally After the give a grand military ball to liov. Ilrown Tiik habeas corpus case of David Grant and if possible correct it." This was the Kitisfactoiily, but later ho began sink at the I'hunix Hotel, Lexington, Friday for the possession of his child, which hu last letter except one from .Mr. Hurt to in ing ami by t o'clock was dead. night, and to him isMuo much of the claimed that his wife, with tho assist us enclosing tho correspondence UaTRepatring neatly and prompt SLSw grand success of the occasion. unce of Robert Laud, took from his sis which he suyB he was unable to locate ly done. NKW AI) VKRTISKM ENTS. "Your Mit L. T. Lvsikv, who lias been ter's house by force, was tried before the nartv at fault and adding clerking for A. A. Warren for several Judge Y Anion Friday, when a very attention is also invited to additional Vorlc yearn, has been notillud of his appoint. wretched state of allairs was developed. steps taken, which will assist us in ob i"nTm . Dinru'ilc farm of IS I Vi .. .. tl !.:.. m ..!! j ...... Tll0 ma Hrtort. that owinp to bis wife'8 tuning the information last named in U I jm.l.stromSunfoHl. acres on Oral. Orclu I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) ineiitioino posiuoi. w Jf clerk between Louisville and Knoxville. fon(lu,bH (or Mr Untl ,, (lrovo ,,or future cases. A rigid order has also He stood a very line examination last inviy a))01ll aL.vt.a VL,,rs K). sin. maila been issued to clerks in Cincinnati and J N.MENEFEK SHELTON HOUSE, a. c SINE spring and passed the civil service no plIort lo takl, the child and ho has Chattanooga train No. to put forth great- THE quirements with credit. Ho is a bteaily Hince t..irt.a (or it. He further proved er ell'ort to get out this mail between D. A. TWADDLE. Propriotor. ruu of and capable young man and we uie Buro thnt UlB W0IIJllll g 110t the proper per-h- e Junction City and Morelaud, good mail manipulator. will make a 80U to nli,,u .jidren, as she is an adul- - about live miles." . There is a point here - The best 'selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. teress, who twice since their parting has that Mr. Burt oveilooks. Our papers CITY ANQ VICINITY. at rrawiiiable rtei. accommoitatio-.Kirl-clgiven birth to illegitimate children. On leavohere on night train No. 'JO and SASH, rewm .md ;cod liery LUMBER, wall paper nt W. the other baud it was proved that Grant when they are thrown olf at J uuction Open ilay and ihkIU. Sample Nkw line of beauiiiul in conuectlon DOORS, was a drunkard, a gambler mid a keeper City Capt. Hell, tho transfer agent, says It. McUoberls'. SHINGLES, SIDING, , -- ..V..1.. Aiier near- - thosack is put on a train going toCincin-nutiiir of a House ot prostitution. POSTED. ......i IJMIIIOl'KMI.I.K buiic-and Stairwork at city prices. Verandah .. from which it is delivered to No. 1, 1.. :.. u.u ut tlu- tHH inniiv. .Imtee. Yariion said ...l,.v morn illC. 11 cuugin u .i. that while he thought that under the so that the clerk can have all the time Ins netico foreunrnt hunters, fishermen and A.1TD two Sainpon's store and in..,.. other not to trL"pa on our I.md without back of T. M..... .1... at nil miwh will be pro.icuted to the lullproof neither party was capable of rais. hu wants for distribution. Our patrons i 1.1: We carry a full stock of everything found in a l"" extent of the law. J)'1OONAMO0RE( hours six bulldincs. should have it, may always rest assured that their paCumberland Valley Hank and ing n child, and neither the I. E. iiruci:. we use " ashes. Col. hu would take thu least ot two evils and pers leaVo hero ou timo and that THOMAS C. HAM.. a dwelling house, were in STEELE IIAIt.EY. designs and specifications before letting your contract givo it to the mother. Mr. Lund appear- every ell'ort to have them promptly defurni-turExamine our A.M. 1' ELAND. John Dislunan lost his house and woman and aesiated her ma- livered. If they are uot the mail men 11. V OAINES. SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. is 22,B0, with only ed with the or building. Th total loss JAMES GIVENS. terially in making out her ca90. must get tho "cussing," not ua. jS,400 insurance. II EY, Of I0Ui8Villti, UUH tlrnt visit home ninee her mar-ria- o on her And 1h looking unusually well. Mutt. Jkn.mk Di nn, who Ima a lurpu Monticello, was up to 11 lieu ilattrt at we Ner parentH and child lnnt week. NM II11 Kfl Ian wuidldato for mayor of Someritft and hi s'taulord frionds lio that lux ambition will be rwili!. MitiiH. T. T. Iln.t, M. 0. Sautley, .1. W. Alcorn and 1. M. Mcltoberta went r- lx tho claasirtcntion of towns for a genHop Club are preparing to give a eral charter, Stanford is placed by the grand uiiiprpierade bull on Wednesday authorities at Frankfort in the .'tn dags, night before Thanksciving. stating that according to the census e 1?hk young men of the Merry UmcIiuI-or- EA.TS:SK,S vrice. THE LOUISVILLE 1 '--S'r JI;uiaj;ers. v j r;n:AM Semi-Portabl- -- Mmaas se i 2' t. STEEL BOILERS, 26-hor- i!. 11 .- , fff' ,.. A r BT1 Ffjfflf W & LtKfc Itt. t T- m. ruafflM Ms-".r- ilP . ,w il 5aeiif s qr THE JA3IES LKFFEL foun-ilntln- n work-hon- s, n t'i. rtH-fiitl- lli-Hiii- . w m szr&t OBERTS, SSft - 11 id-just- er ,V-- Joi-rxL- 8 Complete Line of School Books, School Din-pitch- Supplies, rem-udi'i- d. I.OU-isvill- e Newest Styles Fancy Stationery and Tablets. lIK-uici- i The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Beady Mixed Paints and Weal's Carriage Paints; " Wa-uihuis- 11 d Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks Sil- - i fl C01-bi- B.K.&W.H.WEAREN Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Stoveware, Stovepipe. BOET. FEU3EL, of-l- i. Stoves, . 1 i 1 . llus-Umvill- i i "" 1 i,oiil t l, e I CU MMl ' 1 &ffimiMFfGiG All f i- I 1 Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. -- r' 1 11 Rovlaud, a Stanford Lumber Yard, Kentucky. LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, -, K - ."."- "; 1 . im--'- WOVEN WIRE SIiAT FEITCI. i'uo'-oflic- e, 3FXHST CU5LSS X.XJMBER YAHD. e. yki txj. , At '. UjL & VJ r' Semi-Week- fT !rMVh-- ly Interior Journa. AT - Man Published Evory Tuoudny and Fr day S - r' a Sinner Christ an Intercessor. 1 WrilSPERS ABOUT WOMEN. !'J I'K.rt Y1CAIUN- ADr ,VNOMl net o pud K. $3 SO II characd.-W- w u. LGCALTIME l!owl..nil4 7 CARD. S111ntna.lv STOCK FEEDING. In Traia tt 5:10 p m. L. iui 00 a. m., returning of riflrnii Yenra llrnetiri'li Aiilmul Niitrltlmi. of Hixteen 3Ir.. Henry Ward Beecher's iwt fad i.i the keeping of Java Borrows, emiaries, (joiiinticlies, cockatoos mid love birds. The Bv. Florence Kollock, of Illinois, has not been ouce absent from her pulpit 011 Mccount of sickness during a potatorum year. For the Interior Journal Wh.it is man, that OchI regards him With rom possum and vrlth love Mxtlra little lower than theairpela, In Ills heastnlr court ados. O- - man's Son, that .'..! ttaih visit Him In his pflgriHiato bWo lilt da)stx(at (Mlttrf iwirow, Of trsmbtr of wo Good Farm .For 11 Sals, $1,000 C&sb. rit We cnVr lor sale privately 100 Arret ( I ,nd I wisli lo ell prisntely my Farm 01 14s Acres MitN wl C O on the Somerset It hal situated imilen rth f Stanford, nj., nn me irtdea a dweiliPfc ard one siure hoise ami I, am 40 u. res Danslllu pike Will tnk pleasure 111 shotvinx to I.imk! orchard alul t lent) ol Water in uniUr any nne wtsnint; to purnase ri"X Csll or audreaa us al Cral Oicliard, Ky J BKIOIIT. HAM IN si ln COM U'.R tm a4 & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ... tefonic, ur lest t j "Breed goes in nt the mouth," except form; je.--, largely so. Without organizing any corrolorating facts I assert a engagement. excite Mario Burroughs, leading woman in St I o is. Michigan Trials, Chicago AND SURGEON, conviction that will many the indignaPHYSICIAN tion or contempt of Cleveland, able men, that the compaiiy of E. S. Willard, the EngLoutavitkC A NashvIIIC H. R. llutlaU, STANFORD. KY. ludiinaioli and the West. the native ntock of this country will lish actor now in America, is the wifo of New Knglaad, Canada, Oflice in Odd Felbus' Huilding, up stairs make nearly as much, jiosibly quite us Louis Massen, of A. M. Palmer's stock Is I lie line for ton, as its New ISostoi Office hours 7108a m., to 3 p. m , 7 to 8 p. much, gain from n pound of food as will company. j Washington Halt m.ic I'hiladelph The best salve in the world tor cuts bruises our pure bred stock. If my jHxdtion is Quickest time lo Hair diur I rankfort, Ky Olive May, light comodj ores, ulcers, silt rheum, fe.cr sores, letter, chaptrue, and I am sure that it is far nearer roles in Stuart who playscompany, IKi,IMA bhorl'tt and KlihmunJ, all DR. W. B. Male iloie Co .tie. tious at Kobsoifs rides ped hands, chilblains, corns and no skirt cruji 1,'i.Hi.ctt line to lions and the truth than breeders have thought, it piles, or pay requirhorse on tho stage. After the curtain ed. It is potiti, elj cures rive perfect satislacnoc, guaranteed to means that breeders mn-- t now look LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Price 15 cents per box fell one night recently or money refunded form, and that poor fwders must the animal threw her in Philadelphia For sale by A R. I'cnnv, buntord, Ky. For all points Solid Trains, haggagt rats, smoking tars aa! and nearly killed Office South side Main street, in office recently exalt foot! more than they have. The her. Coachca, Pullman llnudoir Sleepers thiuugh witt-THROL'l.H TICKKTS SOI ! vacated by Dr. L. 1'. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. li.f,(,A(.K CIllCKhl) IIIROlUH out chanire tia Chilian ua. Kirmiutrham. M.ro! A Sufo Invoatmont loor feeder is pampering himself. ian makiBg direct conuec lions en route ler Kaos. Marguerite Merington, n teacher in Is one wht.his Kuarautccd la brinz sou satis Shelter in the north reduces th For any Information enquire of vide, AthevilU, Lynchburg and points 10 the (actor) results, ur case of failure, a return of the Normal F I. CI.UIOKD. Ainu, M. CRAIG, amount of food consumed, increases the a play calledcollege, of New York, wrote rour purchase prue On this safe plan you can Or DR. Stanford, Ky. "Letterblaie," which E. H. buy fruni our adcitied drujjut a hottle ut Dr. value of manure produced and increases W. W FKNN.Trav I'a.s Agent, King's .New Discovery for Consumption. It is Homoopathio Physician, tbp sidue of hay housed. These gains Sothern recently produced at a matinee. guaranteed lo bring relief in every case when Junction C tv, K) It was At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmm; KENTUCKY. paf for shelter, and the. assertion rests cess. ner first effort, but it was a suc- used for any affection uf Ihc thwal, lungs or chett, STANFORD, tun, Crurlolm, AugutU, Maceu. Savannah, such as consumption, inflamiuatioii of the lungs, practical trials. I found over 18 llrunswick, Lake Cit),Thuiasvillc and Fl.OKI bronchitis, a.thma. whcopmi; sough 'croup, etc , Oflice Hoursto 3 p m ; 8 to 'jprn 10 to 11 a m.; DA points Billy Burke, pleasant and to per. t cent, of hay was lost in the ordinary low comedian, the famons clown and en It isand can alwas be relied the latte,Trial 9 p. m. Iheoulylkne running solid trains with choice upon Oflice on Lancaster meet, opposite court house. stack, and only about 1 per cent, in fell in love with the frtly afc l'llilman ikmidolr or I'alare Par in I ., j the bottles free at A R I'ennss drug tori 39' y , sonville without change lor any clatsof patstn mow. while less hay was eaten by shel- beautiful treasury clerk whom ho recentNewport News Mississippi Valley Co , "K I). ' Solid VealibuleJTraias lo V" tered steers and sheltered pigs than by ly married while she was in a circus seat Morit Wins. aud ho was performing in tho ring iu unsnelttired one. Philadelphia ' Saortest Mempi.i.and AkANSASinis Mo Ueilisirct" sa) tu our citiirtis that for )rars we NATIONAL BANK Steers must grow steadily from birth asmngtou. and ijUKkest toAnniston. 5e;ini, .V have been sjlluij; Dr Kiii's New Discovery for hile Unoct cmnecnons made at NKW OR. altimOrO, NOW York, Consumption. Dr king' New- Life l'llls lln k I. LAN'S wttl.ntit umnibos transfer for UsJvcitOo s and S'ut'cast OF S IAN FORD, KV. to death. About Roland Reed has presented to the leu's Arnica Salve and F.lcctnc Hitters, and hate All poiuts of the food Only one mlit o t Irm I.caington, Houston, Austin, eaten by a half grown animal is used for Actors' Fund of America a portrait of never handled remedies that sell as well or the Corrected Time Card in hff.ct May H. .m git en unitersal satisfaction. do TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. maintenance, hence every day that an his father. John Roland Reed, who was hatehesitate suchguarentee them every time We we " to not and lTl.eonlylhroi.tfh lino to Ja. kson and icksburg, Capital Stock JCorst Iloutut. , animal merely holds his own, it is burn- connected with the Walnut Street the- atand ready to refund 1' e purchase price if .Miss bhreteputt la, , . direct tonrtectioni results do not ,mv use These " ! H"nihtt traii.ierl r DaJa. Fori Wonh. light, nnd Philadelphia, in capacities remedies hate streut iximiUiitv nurelv ttincntKterS.,. Ml MerfiaK S t'.OHse lllirM ,e Aasim.Sin Ant n.a, . Surplus--16,500 ing the taiKT without giving total lu--a ater, more than sixty-eig-various years. Ho III their uieriis won th.ri'euny. their r I'a.u and p. intsin is therefore using food at a A. Druicgist for Ashlaml u is pm, Catletuburg is 4, arritisur at Attention of the public is invited to the. fact Almost all of the philosophy of early died a few mouths ago. """.", fV: .. IMAS.AKIZUHA.MEXICO.MLIFORHIA. that this is the only National Hani, in Stanford. maturity in its relation to economy For maps and.. irre. pm, Winchester Too Mt S ler has? j so, 01,e Mill of ..... through.tlra'.-- .. ..... .. ( Under the provisions of the National Hank Act. . .1 ..!.... NOTICF I'O 1HK Asnmsnl 10 j Cailelloaiuric atrnni t iinniiii depoitnrs are secured not only by the capital growth rests iu this fact. A ODDS AND ENDS. ai',,.1,.,., s"iin siiivt lun'iiot cnv.Nr. luMUnctim at 11 or n stock, butbv the stockholders liability lor vn steer that weighs no Tlat l'ass At't . I.riim ton k. more than a AccooiitsudalHHs. dally, eirepi Sunday, ttvM amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of O ' UIIFIt lr iT HlWARlJS Lexington al $ at piss, Wim' heater 7 10. Mt. MarAn English jhmt cannot rusign his PU1JLIC. li"i: steer has consumed twice the food of this institution are secoretl by a fund of $400,000. rartK .ttauj '. 1' .V T A 7 is, arrivlne, at Olive Hill at 10 pm Five sworn statements of the condition of the baulc maintenance, t ihi rsi antl therefore has con- peerage. are made each year to the United States got emvery high ratio of unnecessary Ixmateu ai seam, Wlnchetttr ho. .Mt Preston is stijiposod to Ihj tho mo-- t inent and its assets are examined at stated tunes sumed I have o, cued tn connection with mt Hotel, the ?teifin ot pin Daily leave Ohte Hill t 43 am by government ajents, thus securinjaddititon.il food. Roman Catholic town in England. am, g v . arrlvsss Ilnnl Ashland and perfect afety to depositors n y '3 am. as the Steers slionld be sold nt the highest Ingt This institution, originally established It takes sailing vessels lt!."i duys to sail Hank of Stanford in iSj8 then Deposit weight that will bring the highest mar- from Philadelphia to San t'rnncNco. W't.Mt Jlniitul. 165 and a the National Hank of Stanford I st Mail leases Haniiasrti") dally al oo am. a the l'irst National Hank of ket rate. This is due to the fact that the again Caileltsburc '. at. Olive ill 1 av. Mt Three hundred British stucimers and A tnniirl in iS8 has had nracticallv all uninter "jiiairjo c; itVsis K()i"iio. food of maintenance is nearly in propor10 7, wiaaaler 11 aaa arrives Meilinc It is better supplied rupted oxUtcnceof y yetr al i os pin tion to weight, hence the food that would tailing vessels are lot at sa very year. First-Clas- s lut now with taclltlle lor transacting ousiaessprompi Limited tprets leavsw Huntincioa daily at so The ShortoHt nnd Qulcost Ilouto from A column of manoury iu Kansas marks ly and liberally than ever before in us lotitr and merely maintain a nearly matured steer. pm, CaUest.tnilK n, Ashland Central Kon'uckv 10 all polnttt North Jo. Olive Hill career Accounts of corporations, fidu- or say one weighing 1,100 pounds, honorable Andortertlir services Wtachsular it to Ihe Brtrd joi, Ml. Maillnc would the exact geographical center of the new vehicles int! trialsofblooded pul hemake Jandrrlta Bnut, Went unci boutli-WiiFas ciaries 8rm and individuals respectfully hores in) at l.etinaxt. n at si pm United States. no more than enough to make two I.lno between LnxInton nnd Olncln-nulstable coinp.rt with Sunday, leare Accommodation, daily The Directory o( this Hank is competed 01 Hill am o $. Winchester pounds of growth if fed td calves weigh A dealer in Nrtifirinl limbs savs that The in ITHROUOII Country. Olive ad arrises atMt. K(ritirtat lufaan. Lesiagton ID MIU j is T. J. Fooler, of Stanford; nig 800 poinds in f.ict, it would feed ' an arm will last a lifetime if pronorlv (ite mt a cull. Acroar udailon dailv leave lluatinftoa st j$ and JKLLIC Pareattu Rid, Lincoln conaty ; pas, atlcttsbiirg A57, Ashlaasl 7 suandamvw at two such calves, aud make a pound of ' eared for, but tiiat alt-- Jive or srix yers I W (.KHUN, Proprietor Olive Hill S 5J pm. Lacapi Sunday leaves Ml 1. J. W. llayden, Stanford ; A I. BURNS. Manager hCHKiiui.i: in nrmcr ma .,..ti. n leg gives way to the weight and strain .'M QlUll til till I'llCll. Sterling at pm, Winchcaier a 3 and alrives S. H llaughsniiB, Lincoln; Our cheapest beef is made on pasture and Iihs to be renewed. l.eint;iosi al t 43 pm M. J. Miller, tit. VersMWi; No. I John I) Cattleman A ( Laotian feed, and only by pastille feed use is it Limited VestiLuled Ft press runs .tally and I'M The London Lxncet denounces as erroh T Harris Lincoln; I'ullman Vestibuled RuMet Sleepers between IKiaoible to sell beef except at a ruinous neous the story that abundant hair is a L kaa. J.S. llocker Smasard; I.eaingtoa, Wal.inlon, New York and . Io&3 H.Hiiliitlllll nl O A. Lackey, l.ieaola: o p m a m. I t p tn HUHiuun is Old I'oiat Coasfurt. This traae is made uart al sate LveCinciuaaU luiiimuuiiui 6wu sin jtsss,.,;, i. (VI... i, 111 of. lioililv or liMnn viuYH- - 111 rii.ui Lee Covington. am I a 1' I 11 ill, Stamford; m j oft p m most direct mad to tho ulumpvAt beef, jt js a well known fact tlmt the (Jhin.-sceienr I.vc Falmouth.... p a as vis m 4 fm oi pm W. C W'okli, Stanford. V. and iwisturea should therefore receive the 'are geuerallv verv bald, and 11 iS Arr Paris.. 10 p uj W. Ka.l of Ituntutetsva on Ike C. A O. Ko.it Arr Lexington Tat, Staaford. iimand most thoughtful attention of aro ti,e Miodt'enduriiiir of race.ttill thev m "1 ia lojsas 11 o p m " ' tast Maal trains run daily eacepi Sunday be- Lee I'ara OFFICERS: :t id tween Lexington smd Huntington. Make direct Air Winchester.. Ji as p as m 5 An. Englishman who lts been travel- in as ", J. S. lacier. Pretideat; Hie .'...f will ooiixuon at tiaasiafloa with C .V O ; at Ash Air Kktsmossd.. it H to consider feeding ' ..... at the life uf the a 7 st i .n . ... land with S. V. R ; at Winchester lth K C. K. Arr l.ecaSer.. 4 sS J j a J. M Robert, Caahier; ..,...,1, more with reference to their in-- Hi" in biliena am, fc... K north and sooth bound, and at Lexmatan with -. Arr Sjassferd. . A. A. McKwwey, AMataat Caahier Alienee on " L K N., L S and C.N. O. T P. iUllraada. the fertility of the farm and ' J1"?'"1 ?k? tt",e'- f "ot ". hatd i ' iTve JTschmond ... I exrngton and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, $S huelety. . J......-.- .. ,,,L'L'ndre,Ict" M with reference to direct prottt than -- ... nsj except Sunday. Coons, ta at Winchester 10 and Arr Uvtagioa... J ,n Lee MtddU.horo t Ji P am MU . been heretofore the case.- -J. from K C pmats and at l.oxiegtur. with I. W. ?"? ff. K K for l.ouivill. Co. Sanborn iu Clay & Robinson's .Report. t,crni iiino giructimj uiii vvjlii STANFORD. KENTUCKY. extracting. observed in the production of iiiwtt for hotheconomynndfoVcpiulity. Islinllsuiu-iimriz- t ijn ra the results of somo fifteen years ...... a,7 an .Norm Local Freight North e.soaial of continuous research in animal nutri51ptil tion, mid some twenty-fivyettrs of obThe Utter tram also nrry pasenj;er. shove Is ca'. ulated on standard time. Solar servation as & stock feeder, without marThe shaling the corroborating data, which tine is aV.ut to minute faster - are often voluminous, in support of the direct assertion made. Only good animals that inherit good forms or that have the largest ratio of choice parts to the whole carcase, should be bred, becauso such steers always tell at 23 ter cent, or more higher than thoeo always bo steers that are of ordinary (structure. The latter data of steers return less rev treated enue for the food eaten without a single with compensating advantage. It is- a sluggish mind that follows the practice of feeding ill made steers. It is well known that meat varies in A cure individual animals in Haver and m tenderness. The development of the art of is sure to follow breeding and of the intelligence ami of the tastes of men has arrived at that stage of growth that demands the selecof tion of breeding stock with reference to medicine. points suggested. The qualities mentioned, like every other animal characteristic, are hereditary, and may bo forced in a family. will cure you. I adhere to the heretofore expressed belief that our cattle sires should be tested to ascertain their enpacity for A. S. avagat.v.s: consumption, digestion and assimilation 1 SURGEO.v DENTIST. of food. Animals vary in their powers O.lice on Main street, over W, II, McRobertt' BEHIND THE SCENES. in theso directions, and only those that Drug Store, Stanford. high degree iwssess those towers to Oliver Doud Byrxons wifo is sister of should propagate their kind. Breeding Ada Rehan. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. has fixed form by following a standard, Barnuin's big circus will enentl the but I it6sert that it has not fixed tha next two years in Australia, qualities in question. It is poible for DENTIST. Lillian IlusseH's new oporu, "La n wealthy breeder to do as great it woik Office on Main ttreet, opposite Portman House, Cigale," is an immense succesd in New upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas gttcn for painless for stock improvement as that of Bake-welMult run some North South Express fain " South ...it I34pn 10 Ill wtions of tlit' great wMt that are well developed, certain factors should be pm 1 e RHEUBVSATIISJV1 neuralgia, and sciatica can successfully - Ayer's SarsaparlJia the persistent use this Has Cured Others PRICE, Tin grave of David Livingstone's wife, in Africa, is an utter wilderness, matted with jungle graas and trodden by the boast of the forest. Major JIcKinley's invalid wifo has a passion for needlework. Her fineeis are rarely idle, and most of hor work finds its way to fairs and charity bazaars. Mrs. Annie Meyer, author of a recently published Ikxiic on the work of- women in the United States, is a beaut if til young woman of twenty-fouwith a flfir faco from which her dark brown hair is gracefully rolled back. Mrs. Klla F. Young, assistant superintendent of the public schools of Chicago, ha been connected with schools for the last twenty-fiv- e years. She graduated routine formal and began teaching a high clnss school before she was out of her teens. Mrs. Keziah Needhani, of Lewisham, fcngland, was lately allowed relief by the municipal authorities of the town". She had Wen the mother of twenty children, nnd at one titno seven of her sons weie in one regiment and fought shoulder to shoulder in battle. All the ladies of the Vanderbilt family are thrifty and businesslike. They inherit those traits, and they are bringing up their children to follow'their example. They each keep a bank account, iiinke ill their own purchases and employ and discharge their own servants. r, 1 )laa hocasuhstr MM thgtuaa. Hi Nelino;Hfn, Hko shadows, Soon froai eactti will pttat When all his wnrka win Follow ttisa, To the Anal Judgment itajr. comes forth Ilk a Utrwet. liut, is like the graaa cat do nut Hy the hand f OsjsTa treat rtH,stoatk, F03Ri y Containing SALS 1 I Lot on Main Street in St&nlord i.ioacroa. fob, partnet. Mr. that t; eras or. Man's good works with tkt rtM In llo.l' balance will bst In the scale of kearooiy jsttiico ll. Twcutv lifltZClimri 6 Hy "Wel'hesi in the Kilnncaot fouod waalta," Will b w riltm o'er Ms Move, 'Till Christ, with loWug lalcrcnvtlo, l'le.ds-'Torh- im I tniiYtcfl ska as " th"JoUe ofqatek ! aVass." Havliif pi.rchased ill later. t i.f try fnrirer W. K Mt I'horsun I ask Mural hare of the patronaae of thr eo)l of RawUnd WALTON, SUafartl. and vicinity. I will continue the cash has Inc.. T.R. which tho Htm of HIIiom A Mt Prtrsun stattei! 01,1 11 10 d af'd thiuV I ian ea.il) .uve w'i will bononclal to hotn mr ciis'nmersaeri myself ior proe., I minds raitn!i lasluaee lril .it llie tad auaar for i Atimi lile s 'lOftee cents ptr in pruporliiin Al.o pouti md ill .tfer hate on hand at a l'ni ItimHcr and ilnn,-le- , l,r JU17I aW II IIII U J - sr H aljn. Ks la the corporate limits o R land cash I Qixzrs: For Salo II I a'ls , 5- lfiRsT. Rowland THE F. 1ULEY 13. HOUSE, Ma' Mrah is weak iunl slnlol, Father, do not kkl I'liy loco, Fori My name lie stand hsflare Tksw. "A sinner. ia ml by Rtac." We tminr his utirkt ate sintul, And Thy scale affaimt him la, Vet, I shed MyVkwJ to me him, And I thathemisilit London, I RILEY, Proprietor. - - - Kentucky. iiniiia; xt. ij jvsisivkaaawSBHfbai r t3.tlcwmti staAio';Cri:fAt3ft TO e. cajr- - k.u'i r ii.-., jj- dil lle" have moved to my aew Hotel and am bstlri rrcpurtd than evr to accommodate the public V ''.very attaches! aad exery rouseoience desired. (ni- - me a call. U FRANK RII.EV. ;.'(;( .. . At-M)- , Vml "lteforo men lie confesucd lie, And he trusts in Th Jsure wtml. Was smeitxl o'er by sln'n .lark Mtw, Is washed white in My blood; Fur him I surTiHeit pain and dtsilh, Ha the troM was ciuciriwl; That men mij;hl have life cttiianl. AM, he fully fustlrM fui.n rs A I I. LIME 1 AND BRICK. Wjlilil1 ..Ami fiitlvic heart Is touched sxitli true eompustfi; At the ploudincs of His lavinj Soss. At His rarnet iatcrctoH The anctls, round the throne f 0d, llrvak forth in songs of prale, lo Father, Son and Hcdr OIhmi, Thmr (.'lad, hcasraly anthems Man wa'tder o'er Hfe's thorny y, lly tNaptatkm sorely prouesl; God's word lu oaly To brine kome I HI Chttdt. O ' then honor Him, love Him, trsjtt Itia The Holy One, and gsted, He who died to pay your dc4t ol sin And wahed imi Ills bliwd Man must bow In U.vc before Hi face Or in shame belore His throne; Itcliete on Htm with true Or hecaiinct wear ihc crown Then dear Savior, keep us over In the "Sttaiitht ami narrow wij," .1 a. I ill we reach the heaicnly nuiasioto . In l.ods ncser et.din day. II. F.. Km.ru t- - The Father's I will delner I line at n C'enUa llmhel In Lancaster, Staufxid and the nciirhbiirhmHj will Im load on cars at t,rat Orchard, llrick at 7J ctntaa hundred (.neme a chaniv. I) KUl ! (.HI. Oral. Orchard. ij6m l'tilliHan Vrstihule-- I I; ci lliirTct Chair Cars m all Chii aeo w ithr.i.t cli.ytt, nolle I s'reperi limn. thtouKh .Chi. jo I and l'ull-m- an 10 (Jo ia ihe Motivu and grt the Ik t for the leas: V r iilfnrn all ti address "s Vt turn wmm um, hruiten, old sores, skin dueusei, scran hea bailer Whtrsr it hss it has titer wonderful ralislaclH.n and its praoBwity tor rcmovm; sstteness is reFaria hie. Nansstrosts leotuuoxiaU will b s urcd and wilt iiipur in this space at a later date Majc nd sold by J. U Itlr.r.lNS, Siiaford, Ky. i)r I (. t.Kl Sll, D ltKKM 1 I" 1' tiiMi'le ceriHi, bunions, piles, hsiula burns, dew poisonaa.1 bruises Chios cui. ud QRSSSfflT r 11 -- 11 IF SnU ARL i.illt.'i. NORTH or THK WEST, I VM G li KsSKfKSl Hllti. WWmf&ESSMl --. si. -- emnTTm; l. Dr. II. ClNwHiicllcy, York. Bill Nye practically rewroto his comedy, "Tho Cadi." during its New York Olf'UKATI, York, j 1 PENNY, Double Dailv Trains Dentist. 11 le-yo- r NEW .(DBIiEANS, . JOHN - .... 111 'UAU'DILjCWAy, Sln-mni- r 1 agK-eabl- OLD KY. ROUTE A-- FIRST Washlncton, - two-third- I '. Lr I !"!?, I . S200,000 salu-facle- r) ,..,,,, . I ht ;K..,a..ta..y,., 1 1 I U,mi, "" s . TMYELLVG ! - , 11 11 11 1 ls I Cath-ltsb- 111 EHTEHS H0TJS3B, Kentucky Central B.R. Uvcrylablc, the id. ex-e- 1 1 soltc-te- d. 1 iji 1 1 I . l. Ecst 1 TKAIV-CIVCINX- I)l.l.-lkK()U(- .)l r C 1 1 H Soath-Mosia- l iu . s, e ROYAL OF LIVEttPOOL. MAN'.UtKKM, Lssts-isvill-e. . F. F. 1 1 Insurance Company, anii 7 " . "hi -- 1 yr " , - ll"!floy "t" e. i . .v... No. Farmers Banfefi Trnst OF STANFORD, KY.. -- iiiiuui-tlOllf- liARl-JEKkVOASTLEMA- Is now fully organuod and ready for business with Paid up Capital of Surplus, .. - - - $200,000. 15,000. chief advantages of liandling sheep is that it is practicable to l:eop them con- - Ailt untaxes of Sliiiep. success. Ovwri." 17,(W0 has been It will iu reality pay to grow sheep for for admieeiiou to it by visitors since fComraerce Duildmsr. Louisville. mutton alone, and tho money obtained MHrCIl a Agents throughout tlie South. litst, Wlieil tills VWr S bUHrOfl fur wnnl ia .ill ,.1iif .r.ii.i flno P ,.!, -- 'ITie KiiFel tower is evidently a iinan-cU- l wdd i SUCCES&OK to IHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, it AROUND THE THRONES. under this was not the cam-- . Another impor- (Notvcleaiiig un) with Ihc same the same management. , taut point is that they will flourish 011 a liy prnvissons of its chaiter, depositors are as 1 he German emperor, his wife a re- - Hlue-Grns- K riinn thev yield readily to quest, has shaved olE his nt fullv protucted as aie depoaitori in National snoit range, beaid. Hanks, it shareholder being held individunlly will 111 the matter of breeding. You can One hundred 'and ctenty-eii;li- t and nuc-ha-lf liable to the extent of the amount of their Steele Tllfa iwrfiime used by the Prince of acres ol good land, in a high slate el cultivation therein at the par talus; thereof, in addition to the change in tho shortcut possible time A larj;e, Dudley is lavender. other splendid nutv barn, two good ctibinsuiid amount invested in such shares It may act as whenever the fusliinn in tvnnl nr ..i. Wales and Lord outhouses Will ell rhoap oxcculor. adminutrator, trustee, Ac, as fully us changes. 'I his land lies ;4 miles from ilustontille, K) Then, under the present de The latter uses sachels for his ties, handan individual socks. I Tu those who entrusted their buisitioss to ut mand for mutton, there is no necessity kerchiefs and silk STACK), m. while inaagibic the Lincoln National Hank ol Slanfird, Ky Tho Duke of Portland has a necktie Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and for over having any old sheep 011 hand, trust tlicy will continue to transact thoir business as this class can be worked off from year for every hour of the day, and he never with us, offering a a fuaraniue for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience in to year and the Hock kept young and wears his gloves twice. His hosier's bill banking and as liberal. iccotuniodatMiis as art conthrifty. It is al-- o possible to build sheds is about jfl.'JOO a year. Tlie Duke of Tift sistent with sound banking. of capacity to house as large a number , spends about the tame amount stantly under your care, and much los mny bo pievented which would occur if J During August, wlwn I!a,'i8 is alwa'8 crowded with tourists. tlle receipts exceedtnl 1,000. !iiiiiincl. W. A. THZ3BIal3, Lscal Atjont, STAN OR I). KV. .',.. I'.mi for Sale i. Arr KKhsnoad. . it Lve aVUafiMd . .. 7 or to Lve Laacatier .. 7 H. F.. HUNTISfiTON, C I. BROWN, Ar P.Khmond. 10 V H. and O. I' A , I.ve TtichmonL.. it I exinglon, Ky. Arr Winchester. C. W. HARNLi, S HARRISON, Arr I'aris (a M .Leaiugion.Ky I 1. A . Ashland, Ky Lve Lexington . a I.ve I'aris Lte Falmouth .. 4 Arr Cot in,; ton 5 Arr Cincinnati Lexington and Ml Kterliag AcccmwtMUtina . epi runs dally SuMia),xnd makes direct ioa-iition at Winchester in and from Mlddlealaw-nuyami Richmond, and at Lesingtoa with L. S. Ity for luissllle t'or tun uitormation in tesrard tn rales, routes. A. , apply to 4uy agent of thia cr c ouitecliug lines Nona-Hoaa- d. 4. Nas a. j c .o. , l.v I.vc Middlesboro l.ivMigatoei . Ml 1 5 so a nst 13 a a am am jo 46 s llil, & Wm"Wt t I ' J to IS 10 . . ! M,aiiulN. May. eat (In theMasille 10 1 JJ i,, 4" a sa m p m t HI I' m p m p p ta in i in am 6 7 4fi r.fljj Tos sj 4j 7 tM 7 $) If. ; atn' a m Car ,' . . 'a m- l- i" - ., , p m 9 p m 10 4u am t, ,7 p ,n 105s a ml 6 43 p M ., a m 4 a m 5 n j ,i a- - , J' llllSSS'viiWiI'fl7. ' PORTMAN- HOUSE, IilKKi iohs. J.J. extremely poor for a royal personage, 7 -- spn. daily she devotes all her spare money to her HIIiis II .ul, rciut.itcd and refurnished, is now No 7 Leaves Falmouth 00 a in in luy charge and I intend to conduct it so as to horses. .....u . 5 a m uany except Sunday. Arrives Citi- not"V)nIy maintain its Injli reputation, but to ai'd No. and 6 make connections at Win choater for Prince Christian Victor, of Sclileswig-Holsteito its lone of friends. Special accommodapiiinu on the N. N. A M V R'y E. D. No. is gaining military experience tions for commercial traveler) .mil fino rooms for ; carries throoi'li r.irt rom Ciucinnatitn thedi.plo) ofainp!f. Multllcsborougli and Cumberland (Jan and alt in and finding pretty bits of fighting as an Hat ini? removed my Harber Snop to the Cora tcrmediate stations nnd runs daily. S.II.Shank. President. attache of tho Black mountain expediFirst-Clas- s A Saloon mercial lintel, I am prhparcd to accommodate la Tj , J. 11. Ouster, Caihier C. I'. ATMORE, H,.KI,011,1' tion iu India, where General Ellis and And MILLIARD dies well at gentlemen in anything they may Manager. ami I'OOL ROOMS attached. wish at my line, Child-'(;en Fast Act The great horse sales of the country his army ilripht, Tollej M. in nlso waited on. Call f ..t...iit laaJlta'rnl tXf are engaged iu bringing tho te JOSEPH COFFICV. rn mo. JESSE THOMPSON, S. F. B. StORSE, Gen'l P;.:'g.';eXgty-i H. Iliu,hin.iii, General Hook. Keeper. show that blood fixes the f rice-hill tribes into subjugation. InC0mmcrci.11 Hotel. OHice Chamber C n, Williams, Mt Vernon; J. M. Hall, Stanford; J, S. Otvsley, Stanford J S.J. Kinbry, Stanford ; J. E. I. tin, Stanford; . A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; J. K. Haughmxn, Hustonville; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Cuoch, Stanford, Ky. as.a given range will teed, and being The of Naples is as enthusiprepared to house a Hock protwly win- astic a horsewoman as is her sister, the ter lo.-- is not only prevented, but the lainpiess Elizabeth of Austria. Though s STANFORD, KV., leftt success is assured in lambing. With successful lambing and wintering, a flock made certain and a fair price for wool when mutton alone would pay expenses, there is nothing to prevent our flock owners from becoming rich in a few years. Hocky Mountain Husband niau. . JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. WVM)$Mmv$ imJ TaWsls4WJ7, V T -- tWiHJ w s II ,. " v .tiaysvil e at I 30 and trams are in dailt except Suudjv ,,..,, j.oinit t Rot. land libit -wim h is daily crept Sun.. y N" ri.iisdall) from Lesititfi to Cincinnati so. runs oaiiv No 1 runs d uly ...,. all stations escepi 111c K.tvlmidl ,v,sK.ti, which., daily eaccpt Sundat No dailt except Sunday 4 dally betwevii CiHcinnali nnd Lexinglon .to a' t Paris an,-I I ..: nccumniouiiion h ,Leaves l.ytlni'ton "Ktoi. a. in Aoiv... tlai- io.du . v". 1 si d a, IysT"a llranch, No ,.,. leaVes I'aris at ,, at 6 , a a m, and ,.. ' m" Ncf. 5."r..arr,t,nBat I'an. e"-ep- a ...'," . -- ... III 4 No 4 M 8 l.... halmnuth A. connnndjtion; leaves lt Li53iysy .." 1 S- - 37-- iI 1 ol Commerce HmldincCrnciniiat K. r . ijt