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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891120801 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. -- irysWi ptsf. jiffr - if- - u Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 8.1891. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 80 U (ireen. Wanted -- Clover hay. T. V. (ireen eoltl William Dodil 1 Tin Miller Hotel n co.it orpaint. tig tho work. receiving a frehh "Jim Crow" Dilhon iB do-is 1 buy horee for SIUj. Robert (inincs Hold to V. II. 1'row-it- t, of Boyle, S fat heifers at SBL A. T. Xunnellcy bought of Samuel Coclirnn a lot of sboatH at '2 cents. Foil Sai.k. A pair of splendid conch horses. Both sorrels nnd good matches s. M Owens, Stanford. It. B. Ward bought of various par ties in the lvRt Kud a car load of butcher Htufl' at 1) to '.' cents. J. K. Baughman sold to Snlvers, of Pennsylvania, 20 yearling mules, half marcs and half hornets at James Carson bought of Mm. Pipes htr farm on Hanging Folk, n part of the old Thurman place, at ,U per aete. Bruce A: Kdiiionson's three-daycombination borne Bale resulted in lol changing IhiiuIh at an average of $1150 UobertMcAlister bought of 1'hillipH, Jessamine, his farm of 'J"0 acres, runof ning up t Jessamino Station, at 0 per acre Clay Mays sold last week C1 cattle to Lee llarned at $:. Ho h'so Hold a car Klizabelhtown load In Louisville at '2 fU-'.oO. Judge M. D. Hughes ban gone into the real estate business. Abundant success to the judge. The average human life is .",.: yoars. There are many no living who have gone beyond this. What shall be done with then)'.' Miss Marguerite Kiunaird entertained her little friends at the home of Maj. and Mrs. Hubert Kinnaird, recipients of their respective shares. Suppose, for example, that Jay Gould were compelled to divide his fortune with the correspondent of the Ixtkiu- ok, how long would It be before Jay would get it back, even though, ns is quite probable, the aforesaid correspondent would make a desperate ellort to prevent it'.' What does it all amount to, after nil? A spade, a grave and a colli n Is all there is left for the millionaire, and this Is vouchsafed to the peasant In his hut, nnd the hpggnr in the streets. LONDON, ' i The New Cash Store Will be opened on- - LAUREL COUNTY. I Jj Saturday evening. Saturday was the r.'gular "opening day"' for Christmas goods and tho BtoreB were bII crowded An unusually largo Intoftrix" isdisplayed. The Lancaster readers of the n are respectfully urged to nttend the entertainment by the class in elocution of Mrs. A. I). JtuiiT on the evening of the Uh, at the court house. Let our Stanford friends be greeted by a full house. Everybody will extend a cordial welcome to K. O. Walton upon his return to his work in behalf of tho Ixtkiu-or- . The fact is I'd Is somewhat like Ward, who said that no family should he without him. He moves 'ew. Ik n Campbell has bought of various around quietly, has a kind word for everybody and is never so happy as when parties for N. I. Hunter (51 head of cattle at 1 to :J. Harrodsburg doing a favor for some one. Ixuig life and abundant prosperity to him is our Savings. A number of Woodford county farmgreeting on behalf of your Liucaetcr subers have already engagd their next scribers. Miftocs (Jeorgie and Jennie Moore, of year's lamlw at OcentH for June nnd ft Lower Oarrard, were in town Saturday cents for July delivery. The "Barley Syndicate" of Chicago shopping. II. A. H. Marksbury Inn rehas purchnHed '.WO.OOO acres of land in turned from a buiinesi trip to Lexing Nirth Dakota on which to settle Ger- ton. Col. A. I). ICnox, the popular inmans to grow lhirlcy for mall purposes. surance man, is in town. .Max Scott has CommihionT of AgricitUu' C. Y. returned from the wild and wooly West, . Wilson, of Frankfort, has some homo whore he has been for the pwsttwn Cleo W. Urown and win, Mclven-ie- , grown Hurley, Yellow and Blue Pryor seed, w hlch he will distribute have rutiiruetl to Mt. Vernon. Miss tobt-j Mae Ware, of Hopkinsville. is free to farmers only on application. the guest Two vent ling Ikuh' mnle, of her sister, Mrs. It. K. Mcltobcrts. Mis lark brown, with whit noe, iiIkmU 11 Anna Goodloe, whose wrimit illness was hands high. Information hailing to reported in Inst issue, is somewhat Imtheir whenwhnuta will be thankfully re- - proved. Mrs. Msttie Frisblo and sou, Charley, have gone to tauisvilletospond eied, s II Shanks. M b. I'.lkiii bought oftieo 1). a few davs. The accidents and mislnrtunes; that lot of hog- at : cents; a lot of A. 0 Carman at 3.15; u bunch of heifers come to t how in the humble walks of (mm William tagnii at S cents and of life, are not usually the subject of comanou parties loll turkeys, on foot, ntoj ment. They are generally passed by as incidents insojwimblu to tho common lot t ) cents. AtC. II Acton's sule ."W50 barrels of of humanity and scarcely create n ripwn fold at f 1 So per barrel in the ple upon the surface of the waters, upon shot k and 100 bushels of apples at 70 to which the mum of mankind are consOe James Hyliee sold to Simon Weil sciously or unconsciously floating The corn fed cattle, averaging I, IRO pound-trocblesthnt betel those who have been at I!, to be delivered Dec. h'. Winches- made conspicuous by their arthicnco and whose worldly surroundings have made ter Democrat. S Weil, of Lexington, bought of W. them prominent, are rarely, if ever, If. Prewltt 10 cattle, averaging 1,800 lie, overlooked by a public, noted for its cuof Hon. J. D. Bold .T. entile, riosity and alive to anything strange or nt tlin averaging 1,400 at tic .1. C. 11. (Sillispie sensational. If ...v iiliilil nt ilin t.lMlll vi.t. v.. ,VI,4. Inl.n bought of Col. Thos. Johnwm. 3- -' fat Smith had been stolon from his home and he had not been the possessor of a Ml. Sterling Democrat. oxen at .h owner of the late nickel, wherewith to have procured (its Ij lamented Proctor Knott, taught of S. H. return, the event would probably have by ttHn chronicled in bLx lines and nothing Baughman two promising Imp. London, and out of good young .more thought of it. but when the child mares, for $700. We expect to hear good of a banker, who was able to oiler! a re reports from them, as Mr. H.uighman ward of $.",000 dollars for its return, was taken from its home, the world set up a has never failed to Bend out winners. barrels of howl, tears were freelv shed and the Wyatt Hughes sold torn In the field at J2. He had :M) acres ovenl heralded as though the fatejof an In corn, which yielded Hi barrels to mipiru depended upon the result. e Held, through the prodigality, acre. Woodcock & Owens bought a r, load of steers, l.MO pounds average, at possibly the rascality of a son, is sudden UO per hundred and have bought sev- ly reduced to poverty and this is the oceral bunches of hogs, of 1L.' to 275 'lbs. casion of an upheaval of public sympa average, ai ;i. Auvocme, thy over tho misfortunes that) have at Hoard's Dairyman says Pauline Paul, tended a millionaire in his old age. It the champion cow of the world, produc Is Bald by those in position to know, that ed in one year 1S,G(M) pounds of milk, while he claimed great credit lor his effrom which was made 1.183 pounds, 151 forts to establish the Atlantic cable and ouneeH of butter. This was done on a build the elevated railways of JXow ration not exceeding 30 pounds of grain York City, that ho was prompted more a day, composed. of three parts of bran, j,y A desire to be conspicuous than simp-twparts ground oats, one part of corn iy to benefit mankind; in othor words meal, wltli three pounds daily of cotton thnt his selfishness was greater than his modesty. And now comes Russell S'Hge, seed meal part of the time. ciip, oi who narrowly escapes with his life, an Frank Scudder sold to Missouri, a black jack for $078, who also attempt at assassination by a deluded bought one of John Parks for Sl.'JOO and crank. The case of Fields only proves two from W.S.Cotton for f ,200. .las. the truth ot the words of inspiration that, "Riches take unto themselves C. Adams bought of Dr Humphrey 103 acres of land on tho Lancaster wings and lly away;" nnd that of Sago pike, near Silver Creek, for $8,000. Dr. that money is not always a safeguard Jlennett also sold to John W. Parrish against danger. Tho love of money is All of this laud said to he the root of all evil; and whilst about 180 acres at Richmond Register. is unimproved. the unequal distribution of wealth is, in it certain sense, to be deplored, tho fact TlioOmana Daily lieu says: "Heach that men will set their Directions upon & Howers turned hundreds of people it regardless of tho wants of humanity is away, the theatre being packed to the j inll mill at vril vallmj timm tmitilitllt .i. ' .lnnr nnd the best pleased audience that parent to the most casual observer. 'If together." The Journal, either Fields or Sage had ever assembled contented himof Lincoln, Nob., says: "The sign whs self with a reasonable share of the goods hung out at 7;30, 'Standing Room Only,' of this world, he would have been better, but the people would not listen to such happier and wiser. Ho would hnvo a thing." Th Sioux City Journal says: contributed more to the general welfare "No tnoro refined minstrel performance oi ins ieiiow-meu nis earnings, or has ever held tho boards In Sioux City." rather profits, had beenl used in giving Tho Clintou, la., News says: "A better employment to thousands of those who pleased audience never departed from were begging their brothers of tho earth Music Hall." Tho Davenport Gazette "To give thoni leave to toil " Possibly worthy of says' "It is n entertainment nu equal distribution of the wealth of patronage." Tho Dubuque very Hboral tho world among the inhabitants thereof Herald says: "It's putting it mild to would, for u limitedjperiod, bring with say brilliant." Tho tla.ette, of Green it blessings of a temporary character nt Bay, pronounces tho company tho "best least; hut in an incredible short space of that has ever appeared here." At Wal- time the muss of tho uiouev thus distribton's Opera House, Dec. It. uted would pass into the hands of a few ' tm S. L. Prowitt has been nppoinieu and the great majority be left in the samo condition they were before they were tho postmaster at Aliceton, iu Boyle. I.vrK-iiios 1 Ar-tcm1,100-pound An election of trustees nnd town In the room next to Messrs. Farris & Hardin, and the public wili make it pay to call and see mc. These Goods willc be sold Exclusively for Cash and at prices that you can hustle for the money. Having marshal will be held next Saturday. It ""-- - most ol mv inc in tne dusmc&s, i icei comment in sa got is understood that the old board has Y-'ing that I shall at least be able to sell the goods I shall handle as all it wants of the thankless job of a city dad. ". Wednesday &srd Vl THEY CAM be I years-Mrs- con Signal, joined tho Christian church nt Khler Livingston s meeting, Sunday In any market. The stock will consist of a genual stock of night, and was baptized Monday morning R. C. Ford went to Manchester Sat urday. Col. M. I1.. S. Posev is in on a short visit to his family. U. S. Marshal Win. Parker left Sunday for Covington court with five prisoners, one of them being a woman. Miss Mnttie Litton, of this plnce, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &C. and John C. Pritchard, of Kast were joined in the holy bonds of To those who buy for cash I say come and see me. The time for selling goods on time has passed. The wedlock Sunday evening at tho resionly way to make money is to pay money. I was fortunate in finding a number of bankrupt stocks, dence of A. P. Moore. They surprised while in the city and the public shall have all the benefits of my purchases. If I have made money in many of their friends, very few knowthe purchase, ing it was to come oil" so soon. W. A. Parsley, Jack McGee, County Clerk Scovilln and the writer spent two : : : : days and a half on tin Littln Raccoon bird hunting, last week, and bagged 70 tft"yI shall have quite a line of goods suitable for XMAS, as Table Linens and Napkins to match, birds, numerous robbits an one phens Toilet Sets, Draperies for Windows and Parlors, Towels, Napkins and an elegant line of Dress Goods ant. They're the cleverust people down for the season, and in SIIf)KS I defy competition. Come and bilng your friend's who buy for cash. there on earth and they've got the i yir:;tM;r &j LOW AS OUGHT Notions. Dry Goods, Dress Goois, Funishiii M Bern-stad- t, -- i The Public Shall Be Benefited. 1 -- "grub," too. Dee Mtilhn", for strolling Steve Jackson's watch, got one year in the penitentiary. Joseph MiuyMrtl, the forger, w ho hit Sheritt Muran with a rock, was sent up for three yiirs. These were all the convictions last week. Hen Mai tin was acquitted for killing Tom Hodge. ISuth Fusou's case whs continued until next court. I could not find out the number of indictments found. Latch. The following indictments were found- Conceded weapons 31, liquor 11, petit larceny 2, disturbing worship 5, breach of peace 7, biting off nose 1, adultery 15, road o, misfeabance in office I, ( ngainst Jailer LovelD, assault nnd battory !, attempt to prevent arrest of another 1, detaining female -- , illegal gaming o, breaking iu depot 1, carrying filu into jail 1, forgery 1. grand larceny 1, Sabbath breaking '2, abusive language 1, trospsm '2, injury to property 1, disturbing school 1, malicious shooting 3, am n - It . :3EM:io"3i - :iia: The Old Reliable Jeweler 1 BEE LICK. A Hop-per- n - 1 1 , 1 1 -- d W.J-croggin- s. 'O ' i Cy-th- , o . 1 Hen-ne- tt $. ...,...'. n; il short time ngo there was a very iuterctinc description of a wedding, published in your paper, from a gentb-raa- n fVi at I'ee Lick, and I have no doubt ' H'ArcJ that your many readers have searched each number ever since for more news Has the largest and from that place. Consequently, to keep vj'a If'' In the people from being MOST COMPLETE STOCK .' some extent, until the gentleman can J OF write again, I send a few lines. Mr. John Drown has been granted a ) pension. ever shown in Stanford at prices Mr. John Collier, of Kansap. who as low as the lowest. left this county 50 years ago, is here. visiting relatives. watch-maker- s in the State, Remember that I have one of the best Kev. S. W. Mastars.of the Hrodhead who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to Christian church, has just closed a very send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old 1. iihtnliiim- - limni'V iimli-fnlse nreten&OS interesting meeting at Providence, with gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is . i :.".. "" i... i, .fVIIK r..- - i.;u:.. iiii ', ' five additions -- , IUUIUVI Kd Albright ami A. R. PENNY. Dr. S. C. Perkins, (guarantee satisfaction. making iu all l:U returned this court. for killing Albert Wheeldon went hunting the othTho case against John loaey er da" and 13 squirrels, 10 partridges and Hinl was dismissed 1 pheasant were brought in by them at night. Science In Making Bread. Professor Shuts, who taught in At the recent annual meeting of the in an adjoining district to this, American Cheuuctl Society, held in Washington, 1). C, the question of the 'closed his school last Friday, after value ot carbonate oi ammonia its a leav- treating and distributing presents among A ening agent in Ureal, or ns used in bak- his pupils. Squire John Elder is smiling over ing powders, came up for discussion, in boy at his which Prof. Barker, of the University of the arrival of a Pennsylvania, and president of the soci house. Also Mr. George Brown is as etv; Dr. Kichardson, late of the United happy as can hoover the advent of a States Department of Agriculture, in new hoy nt his house. and for Washington, Dr. Win. McMurtrie, late The house of Mrs. Laws was burnt d Colic, Constipation, professor of chemistry in the University n few days ngo. All the family were "Caitorla la so well adapted to children that Caitorla currn Dlarrha?a. - nwav from ti,0 j10U9e wnen ;t caught lire I reconuncnU It as superior to any prescription Sour Stomach, glea sleep,Eructation, of Illinois; Dr L. II. B.irtloy, late cheinand promote til- Kills Worms, Vnown to mo." II. A. Ancuin, SI. D., X. V., Board of but old Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Laws mother, istof tho Brooklyn. medication. Ill So. Oxford St., BrooUyn, U, Y. Irestlon, Health, and professor of chemistry of the wj,0 wns COufined to her room with Tni Ckjtaur Compact, 77 Murray Street, Ii. Y. Long Island College, and others took rheumatism. Tho old woman was burn- I'1.' consensus of opinion was over- - ed badly before she was rescued, that Tho Pho died in a few hours nfterwnrds. Mr. , whelminglv in favor of the employment ." Smith, the old lady 8 husband, ' was bad- , of ammonia. It was stated as a fact , iu-- ijio niio iiuui luc ammonia rendered the gluten nt fliu J Ulirilt- How lMUK originated building. the fire is itn. flour more soluble thau the original gluknown. acten, aud thnt the bread in which this How inconsistent are the ways of tion was produced by carbonate of amsome men. There are men who pretend monia must be more digestible nud "MODEL to be very religious and also very much hence tnoro healthful, nnd because of coucerned about educating their chil- -I the extreme volatility of carbonate of dren. But when they are called on to ammonia aud its complete expulsion help pay a preacher, or for money to refrom the bread in the process of baking, the answer ip, pair a school-hous- e, it is one of the most useful, mo3t health"Times are too hard and money so scarce ful and most valuable leavening agents that we are not able to help any." But Cheese, known. again, if they want to buy a calf or colt These conclusions are borne out by one they have, or if some feltho very elaborate and exhaustive expe- to match low has to sell something at about half Lamps, Glass- - and Quw.nsware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, riments made by Prof. J. W. Mallet, of worth to get money, lie is bound to Icily Glasses. &c. the University of Virginia, which show its have, then they are slways on hand with conclusively that bread made with a monuv. J.N.MENEFK A. C.S1NE baking powder in which 1 per cent, of the carbonate of ammonia is used, in con"How dear to the heart is tho yellow nection with cream of tarter and soda, is "when orchards are not only of uniformly better color nud backed pumpkin, barren of stulliiig for pies; when peachtexture, but a product more wholesome been a failure, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. because tho ammonia serves to neutral- es nnd apples have both and berries of no kind have greeted the ize any organic or lactic acids present in SASH, eyes. How fondly wo turn to the fruit LUMBER, the Hour. field, the fruit that our chilof the com DOORS, Ho was looking at a typo piling letters dren are taught to dispise the old yel SIDING, SHINGLES, pump in his stick, and each ono seemed to fall low pumpkin, tho Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. in line so gracefully and so slick. "That's kin, the big bollied pumpkin that makes easy work," he muttered, "I o en could such good pies." AXTD do it well if I only had half a chance and carry a full stock of everything found in a We A St. Louis commission man, ono could tho boxes toll." The typo bade him try his baud; oerjoyed the stick he Brockman, alleges that within three took "ho sot one line it's standiug yet weeks time the bankrupt firm of Brown Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract h lkalls j.is sout oF lg k. Montreal Bros., of Nebraska, swindled him out of SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. or building. 575,000 by its manipulations. Gazette. in the Lead. A. R. Penny M''.q-Wffi-v.- I Jffc lStl &vN' htKfvAW HBi' idiJt T &Mjy Watclies and Jewelry r ''"h '!. solic-ted,a- nd Hock-castl- e, nd II'nI ! Infants il r I I Children. i I j , I ,....', ,.,,,. Go to A. A. WARREN'S GROCERY" For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Picldes, Preserves and Jams;- -- Stanford Lumber Yard,. LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, ! mud-covere- d WOVE1T W1KE SLAT PE2TOB. FXRST - CX.S.SS LUMBER TTABD. 4 , ? i -- - - y,- ? JWi jriiwf 4 'i!--- t- - TTF 1rvlfPfP v MypTTPffJ Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal 1S91 Stanford, Ky., Decemijek 8, W. P. WALTON. THE SPEAKERSHIP. Nomination at Last Accounts. Special to The Interior Journal Washinoton, Deo. 7. Caucus met promptly at 10 o'clock. Two ballots wore No f ky c ii Mills. Hatch withdrew and went to aud when he was six years of age, his Crisp, followed by three others; two of father abdicated iu his favor. At 14 he Far "STear. Ids men went to Mills and other deflec- was declared of legal age and crowned 24th ballot resulting emperor of Drazil. From the first he tions occurred, the Every' Postmaster is our Agent. Crisp 101, Mills D4, McMillan 1!', Spring- showed wisdom nnd liberality and he 1 Kitso.v. er 1 12, Stevens . enjoyed tho enthusiastic support of his SAMPLE COPIES FRK1C The caucus of the democratic uiem-er- e subjects, till they got tired of u monThe Daily Commerual Gazette i uniivalled ns a of Congress, aftertryine for 10 hours archy. Then ho bowed gracefully to newspaper and it is growing in popularity every day, evening to nominate a Speaker their will and complained only of his Saturday adjourned after the 17th vote till 10 banishment. He was finely educated which is attested by its rapidly hcrc.-uin- j circulation. time." o'clock yesterday. The proceedings were and a liberal and progressive man. Address On complaint of the Central Trust entirely devoid of unpleasant incidents. Grit good friend, Harry Sommerp. of Co , of New York, tho Richmond, of Mills and endCrisp started 0 ahead THIS COMMISKCIAI. Irvine : Beattyville railroad ed only three, the Georgian having gaiu-e- d the Klizabethtmvn News, publishes a has been placed in the hands of a re ClSClVNAll 10 and the Texan 14. The llrst and lis, of Kentucky editors nnjl their chief N EMcinj nor lottery .! them. In it he ceiver, Col. John Mcl.eod, of Louisville. f mitlr !e' wit lli.s i Jter et ballot resulted, Crisp S4; Mills 7$; characteristics as he sees The construction will not be stopped by 14; is pleased to name the editor of the Springer .".:'; McMillin IS; Hatch JorRNAi. urn! say of him that he this move. Stevens 1. Crisp SH; Mills 01; Springer me iOim oi .ppeai8 ium into line 10; Hatch o; Stevens 1. is the "best all Jaround country news 17; McMillin Wo feel much with the new constitution by the adopt-ioSpringer's claim of C7 on tho iirst ballot paper man in the State." of a rule ordering that all petitions showed that he is either a bad counter or flattered to bo so regarded by u gentleman so competent to .'judge nnd would for a rehearing shall he considered by u that his friends went back on him. In judge other than the one who delivered Dean .Howells will retire the Saturday ballot the Kentucky dele- be proud indeed if it were possible that tho opinion iu the esse. McCreary, he struck ns near ceutre in his estimate follows: from Harper's Magarine, .Unitary 1, and gation voted ns A terrific snow storm, which detake editorial control of the Cosiuopoli Breckinridge, Caruth, Dickereon and of us, as ho did iu the others mentioned. stroyed many hundreds of buildings tan Magazine conjointly with John Itrtfl Kendall for Mills; Kllis, Paynter and Men's, Youth's and Hoy's Oven oats, Mrn's Suits from 5j.;o ?p The Cincinnati Daily Commercial Ga- and hundreds of thousand? of other ban Widkcr. Montgomery for Crisp; Stone and GoodHoy's Knee Pants Suits from i :$ up. , nice hue of Lady s J.uk-cts- , zette is considerably oil on politics, ns property, raged Friday in tho Cumber-I- . of A Iauuville, New Orleans night for McMillin. In lgngth Texns viewed through our spectacles, but it is n Valley, in Pennsylvania. The tow n railroad passenger irnin was thrown which we propose closing nut in the next days having reduced and the issue ho represents more into newspaper, especially ot Carlisle alone suffered over 100,0t0 candidates, Mills hard to beat as a White Oak Ba on, Mies, by a broken! the prices .25 per cent, from former price. fully than the other management neju.ncd , A complete line of Lady's Custom made Fine Shoe. iu since the new truck and lt petsons were injured, miuic hid superior claims. He has No power of description could add charge. The weekly is also one of the Men's, Youth's and Hoy's Hoots aud Shoes fram the cheapest to quite seriously. Congress since 1870, while Crisp did not best published. See prospectus in an- to the pathos of the facts in tho case of : iiuc nignesi graaes o: niter k Norwoods custom work. enter till lSSIJ. Springer comes next afyour sub- Cyrus W. Field. Look at them: A full line of Dress Goods, Notions, and Underwear. having en- other column and either send ter Mills in point of service, scription direct to the paper or leave it the death of his wife, rob' Whf,e,er Wilson's SewinR Machines, No. y, 25 per cent, cheap in 1S75. Mr. Hatch's first tered Congress GOOd tO bed of every cent ho had by his favorite U3 for remittance. er than the traveling salesmen. in 1S70, so did Mr. McMil- - with term began son nnd that son escaping the penitenCar load of alt just received. Highest price paid lor Countrv nro- lin's. Thkku is one gratifying circumstance tiary by refuge in a Quick Rising Buck Wher.t and 114 votes to nominate It takes dynamite daughter seriously ill and himself slow ly Flour, Maple Syrup, Rolled Oats, ducc and Cross Ties. connected with the attempt to Mills' friends tigure that he will finally Russell Sage. The thrower of the tleiul-- ! Cracked Wheat, Imported Macdying! get that many. ly bomb was blown into atoms ho small A crunk, who gave his name as H. aroni, Cream Cheese, Strawberhave recogniz-- ! I). Wilson, went into Millionture I.iih- - ry, Puie Apple, Quince and Raso-borr- y As pitr.nicTKP, the municipal election that his mother could not Preserves in bulk. Lemon overwhelming ed the pieces. ew i ork aud dt sell Sage's olliee in in Atlanta resulted in an Jllld, Currant Jelly in bulk, Peach ticket A citi,1 million of he Kive him defeat of the prohibition Tub Courier is the name of a paper just mauded thnt zens ticket, named by lt)0 conservative started at Bowling Green by F. 11. Flee-no- r dollars. Mr. Sn;e rofinwd, of court, and anu nppie uuticr, ricKics, plain, the fellow threw n dynntuiit bomb nt sweet and mixed m bulk, Pickled men, who would deal' with the liquor and W. J. Denbardt, the first Onions, Pickled Olives, Celery A territle explosion foquestion in a practical manner, and not of which is exceedingly well gotten up the fiunneier. Dressing1, Mustard Dressing, G fanaticism, be governed by sentiment or m:ckvi-ak- , COLLARS, May. it live long and llowed. The man who threw the lioinb Horse Radish, New Prunes, to see that nnd attractive. was blown to pieces, one of Mr. Sn's was elected and it is pledged Figs, Raisins, California Apricots prosper. clerks instantly killed and several dn ana the present splendid regulation of the readies, uranbernes. stun traffic is continued and such further re Rkkii aud the other officers ot the etou.sly wounded. Mr. Sijje's injurit a dard Canned Fruit3 and Vcceta strictions placed on it as wisdom and ex- -' House were nominated for were only blight. The otllce was budly bles of all kinds, Corned Beef, perience may combine in making nee- by tho republicans, but as the C.ar will wrecked. Deviled Hani, Chickeu, Turkey, eesary. In a recent visu oi uiree uujb not be able to count a quorum, the way rancy ana nam candies, ' In mentioning a number of L t. X esc, in Atlanta, wo were struck with the ex- he did last session, he is decidedly not Cakes, Nuts, California Green men who have advanced rapidly to the cellent order and the absence of stagger in it. Fruits. Bananas, all in great VaXews saj. front, the Elizibethtown ing men from the streets. Ihete nre riety, Fresh and Nice, nothing "There's Stuart Knott, not 10 years but the Very Best calls attention to plenty of barrooms, but we are told thatj Thu Courier-JournHVVVS, GI.OVKS, they are so well regulated by law that the fact that the .'Kith Congress failed to old yet, Vice President of one of the JESSIE grearest rail toad systems in America to be eeut a frj,uaker for 11 duys, when N they have ceased in a great degiee Opposite Portman House. Six years ago nobody had heard of him G9 n disturbing element. Xo minor is per-- ) jjan-- Wcia chosen, outside of his circle of personnl friends. : mitted to enter a barroom and if he does The president's message will not be The president of the L. A: X. probably is fined, while the saloon man is not he : at noon, didn't even know his name. At a only fined but imprisoned if he either laid before Congress till e'erk's desk, with just salary enough to yesterday's papers saiil. gives or sells him liquor. The saloons SKIN'S, WOMEN'S Clnuil support him respectably, but he had the Jro N u c (amnl PlmnlitfsCourt je N'mn c' v are not only required, but forced to be lor. Ilrirn, DclcuilanU. bale in Intuit) NEWSY NOTES. making of n great railroad man in him. closed by 10 o'clock tit niiht nnd if they II) virtut of a ,uil(.nirt oi the (iurrard Circuit Step by step iu rapid succession he took are entiL'ht onen on Sunday, either in vuurt rcntlcriM l the tvrm, hkji, oi mu4 At I'hiladelphia, John McManus front or rear, no excuse whatever is lis- - was hanged for the murder of Kugene the ranks of promotion attainable only ourt in the .i.ve ilr.l can-- , I will on by his capacity for the work and iu a teued to by the court, a line and inipris-- ; Maginuis. brief period of hix years, less time than 3Xoiui;iy, Dec. 14th, 2891, onment must follow. We were told that Cincinnati, says the Tost, has added it took for his schooling, he has attained It 'if inv the tint Uav ot tt- December term, il.ii. recently a man who went into his bar on S7,000,000's worth of buildings in the his present distinguished position and ot the l.in nlniounty conn, sell to thn hlchett ' liitMer at puliltc an- tion before the Sunday was fined tl" and barely last 15 months. iiiStnlif'ml. Ky , sit n a. in has chargeo! the entire trall'ic Hystoin of ihwrfollowim; iletiribett pmnrrty or missed the jail, althotmh he proved that the Judge DeHaven has been appointed the L. X. sil)i' jhl A. re jnil iS I'nte nf Larnl, hIiim he went after whisky for his sick wife. by Gov. Brown to try the teil on the water ol IImmkIiie Kork, In Lincoln, I. McKinney is another. Less than county, Immediate y on the turnpike road leai)lti J. We are no advocate of barrooms. There case, at Klizabethtown. Hii.lixmllr, about n six years ago he was station agent at from Stanlortl lo ami from the Ultrr milt from is nothing common between us. Wo ijI.u e and m a A wall fell at St. Paul, killing seven Richmond, is now Superintendent of good neuhborhooil rarely ever enter one or drink of what Said land u bounded tliut. a ttike men and injuring five others, three of the L. it X. from Mobile to Xew Orleans they Bel), but we do believe in trentini! whom, it is feared, cannot recover. in the centre nf the btHiifnrd and II int. him le turnpike road and corner tu the ortlvm allotted to deIleadquarteis For nnd one of the most prominent and every (piestion iu a practical way and of w Nance thence S. ij K. no joltt ta,ttonf HtiftiH B. Ramsey, of the (liven., thinice t. J'." serving young men connected with the corner to anie " I accepting the least of two evils when pole t Hi k (u a toni in S'ouiig'nlinnniicf cuini-Ohio supreme court, and one of the road I iT X Y given the choice. loGiwnt, thrnce N 74 K 17 mI to a .tone V Vj ablest lawyers in tho State, diedatCleve-land- . N c.irner to ame and Hiram Craij; thence i , 7 pnlen 13 link, to a tnni, comer to L rjiv W Wsiire reiuested to state that there Sayles .1. fiowen, who iu Grant's time thetlirX 7' l po!e 5 linkt to the lelitreuf will be a meeting of the members of the occurred was mayor of Washington, and wealthy the tiifnplLe rood, thence with amp X. 4j' ( V An explosion of V. lioleo, thonce N thrnce N 1st Kentucky Cavalry in the office of at noon Sunday iu one of thd coal pits and (Miwerful bunides. is now messen- iMde; nde Itiemc- r.s. 31' 4 v u polea, thence1,1S. . Col. .Silas Adams, at Liberty, Ky., on at St. Ktienne, France, and ":; miners ger 111 the office of the chief clerk of the 70 V. jo wile; thence S. So U" ii poles lolink the it treasury department, with a salary of to Stiid beinninc,hecniilaiHini;a61 A re nf n olc 11 Monday, Dee. 14, the first day of circuit perished. kale will niadn nn creilit and month, bond required id the purchtr with ap bixty dollars a incuth. consulting in court, for the purpose of . Blood, a At Warren, P.t A. proMnl personal tcurity, hating the Inrcc urfd Mr. lieywood. the Harvard man who effect ot a jiidgnient, with 6 pel cent InlcreU regard to getting up a history of the reg- wealthy oil operator, was killed by being Ircni date until uid, reM rvitiR a lirn u)n the iment's services in the late war. All thrown from a horse. His life was in- was made one of the pope's chamber- land until all the irehate monev paid lains, was at one time a contributor to the .. M llAVIsOX who feel an interest in the matter are sured for StOO.OOO. M.iKter oni'r I incolii Circuit Court newspapers. Subsequently lie married invited to attend. Danville Advocate, Prof. W. H. McCubhins, a piomi-nen- t a wealthy widow and removed to Rome, fjincaster Record, Somerset papciB amt citien of Maysville, Ark, killed his wheie he has since lived. : Burksvillo Herald please call attention wife and thn ended his own life. Jeal to this notice and oblige the old veterans Secretary Xohlo is .said to have such a ousy was the vuuse. and ourselves. dislike for tobacco that he cannot bear I.im nin The storv has been revived thnt to have any one smoke 111 his presence. Lie y II Khude, .V , Circuit Cnitlt Cora KhiHlt, IMainlifft, v Gov. Bkown very promptly and prop- Chattanooga, Tenn., is to ho made the This antipathy has grown out of the &.L , Defend iits Sale in Ktnt 1(1 erly pardoned Little Josie Roach, general headuuarteis of the Richmond fact thn 'lien a loy lie was at ono time lly virtue nf a jndtnei.t of the l.tmolii ( ir uit foiced U vorli iu a loom where .smok- Court rendered in the aim- e sty k( case ul the years oui, tent up irom uiiiu couihj mr Terminal svstem nnd its allies, ()ct ler term, Ityl, will on 1 he girl was horse stealing. 1)rotller of Hon. T. ing was constantly going on, and was Jo,m ,, iroin nome uy ner lover on n promise 01 G. Stuart, of Winchester, a splendidly made very sick by it. Dec. 19U1, 1891, John Ruskin tins made a record-u- a At j u'. lock p in or thereabout, ell at public marriage and on the trip he stolen horse qualified young :nan, is candidate for hydraulic engineer by solving for the in- am tion to the hihot lunMer. mi the -nramir. and selling it for $0, gave it to the girl, enrolling clerk of the House. ... .. .... n.iciiieii r. II .... habitants of Filkmg, a small town 111 ii.c luiiunii'K Land II iruieriy, iiev.li w 10 was aware of the whole transaction. A Tract situate.) oil the waters of -James Sanderson, who is dead at Sussex. England, the problem of obtaini- lUiiKinic fork, in l.iiitolii oiiuty, Ky., and "She was evidently under the influence of the man." says the governor, "and if Fort Suuiner, X. M , is said to have kill- - ng; an adequatu supply of drinking wa- iioiintleu iniit ne;iniiiii Iat a corner tone tu bimpMiii ihein Bhe has violated the law, her youth and ed iu his time-As an evidence of their gratitude with her in lineof Mri. A. poles llawLins,links e 10 Indians to avenge the ter. . 0,1, K i Hue and 14 tone, X i K 10 poles j link, S. sex commend her to execut've clemen murder of his wife and child by them. 111 the people have elected a tablet "to the poles s link to a ', L. t.i sti.ne turner to Helm, thence his cy. Let her 'go and sin no more.' A glory of God and in honor of John in ,, ,,ts line IS. sh 15 poles 3 links, X pardon is granted." Wanamaker sticks to his postal telelinks, X 1V4 V 3 pules o links corner to JC. der thence X 75 W polr, X 704 V. ,, poles graph and banking hobby in his report M. Chauchard, the wealthy Parisian 15 links to corner nf S.nipsnu, iheme S. v iw Thk In and About Kentucky column and recommends the extension of the Oils; jj who own Millet's famous picture, the poles lo a stone, Ihence S 71 !, K.Acn-poles is links grows better all of the Courier-Journniihr Itfgituiing, containing in and rood free delivery system to towns of ."i.OtK) "Angelus." has instiled it for of Land the time. Arthur Y. Ford, as Harry people. Said 1'r.ict is a salu.ihle and desirable Farm, in In the same collection is Mei.'souier's a good ueishlMirliiKl and has upon it 4 coiulurlaMe Sommers says, is the best posted editor "1814." which is insured for i:0,000. dwelti tliuii't, now corn cubs, ham and Tho night south hound expiess on alinndancc in the State on Kentucky politics, and while 'La Confidence, " by the same and .'her ininroteuients.nt water, yoiu.j; oruhaid tfc Georgia, he never fails to have something inter- the Hnst Tennessee, Virginia painter, and the 'Taureau," by Troyon, Sale ill lie made on 4 credit of six Terms road, was stopped and robbed by two esting to relate. two have been guaranteed similarly to the month- bonds e.irs and four )car, cpal install K.pilicil of the purchaser incuts, IUi masked men. near Rome, Ga. Very lit- extent of fOO.000 eaclu p'intil personal .erurltv, luvtnc the force and ati. S. S. Oassitv, who has had charge of tle money was secured. ef feet ot a judgment, wild lien retained upon salj tho Mt. Sterling Sentinel. Democrat since propeit until all the piirtlmsc mon i paid, And J1CWI2LRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r The residence and grocery store of Dnrinjr a Htonn 011 tlio Uiulson river to do all kinds rate of percent at an f 1. upi. tff 'I' Ifnifiktiu linu liiifin itniiiln , J. 1I. Frey, at Carlisle, and the other 12 brick li:rjefi, oast adrift by tho tu hearing interestuntiltheannually. interest i per last paid the num from da'e lite ".;''"; of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. two bonds to Iw paid insurance, has commissioner all of which Towri8'ii(l, capsizetl anil '20 persons were Said sale will be made for a division ot the prothe paper from the captain and will con- belonged on the block, ceeds among the heirs and widow of Dr. K: L. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all to him, were burned Saturday ilrownt'd. 'l'liero wero about oO men on Ithodrs, ill ceased. "all home hours, a tinue to make it O M. 1)A IOX, M. C. I.. C. C morning. Loss $1 1,000. day and night. boiinl tbediflVrent boatn. made" paper. taken witboiit showing change, when adjournment was had to '2 o'clock. Dom 1'Kimo, tho exiled emperor of BraDec. 7, o i m. After M zil, died in Paris Friday. He was a Louirv.llk, ballot two of Springer's men went to member of the royal family at Portugal Gov. Brown seems to bo especially struck ouC.C. McChord, of Washington. Not content with making him ono of the committee to codify tho laws, it is stated that he Intends to nppoint him on the railroad commission. Mr. McChord may be and doubtless is a good man, but the "guv." ought to divide up so the offices will go further around. Capt. 11. A. Tracey, of Clark, and our own Urey Woodson, of Owens-borare tho other prospective members of the railroad commission, tho latter of whom is especially worthy and highly deserving of trie appointment. o, 1 Mr. T. Benton Wilson, tho capable editor of the Grayton Gazette, is n canof the Senate didate for sergeant and we hope he will get there. Mai tin I). Lippey, tho condemned wife murderer, is to bo electrocised at Slug Sing some time iliU week, the exact date not haitgl.een given out. During tho past fiscal year the peo ple of Kentucky paid for the maintenance of lunatics and idiots $:WS,000, and for the teaching of their children in the public schools $l,o:)S,0o4. PhilDr. Hamilton, tho adelphia physician, expresses his opinion that the "grip" will prevail in this country to a srious extent this winter, aud, pei haps assume an epidemic form. While crossing a trestle near Thomas Cain nnd Silas and Joseph Mnrsee. were struck by a train. Cain nnd Silas Marsee were killed and Joseph Marsee probably fatally injured. Judge Riing, at Denver, sent n man who was being examined as a juror, to jail for contempt, when ho answered that he would believe a newspaper re port over sworn testimony, "every -nt-arwell-know- CHURCH AFFAIRS. '. The revival held nt the Methodist church, Danville, by Rev. J. R Deerlng, closed with five additions. Rev. Ben Helm has bought a bicycle but will practice behind the house sometime before he appears in public. The Monitor suys that Rev. W. M. Robinson, of Arkansas, is holding a meeting at too I'resnytenan cuurcti, in Mayfield, which has ledoOsouls to Christ in two weekB. -- I). C. Bidwell, an itinerant preacher, THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY GAZETTE, $1 Ei YEAR. One Hundred Years a Family Favorite. columns THE WISELY GAZETTE contains S: columns. It ery week, and on special occasions gives the news of the world iu the most complete shape; the choicest inisccllancou; reading and the hsst stories and literary matter tint brain can produce and that money can buy. -- i n 56 Mid-dlebor- o, Nich-olasvill- e, n who has been holding meetings at Calvert City, McCrneken county, has with $000 which he collected to be utilized iu the erection ot a church building. A Wyandott, Kansas, woman has organized a band of adventiets, 800 strong, who have fixed Christmas day us the end of the world, and are making preparations accordingly. We hope they will postpone the business till after the children cxamiuo their stockings. It would he a pity to deprive them of so much pleasure. The Chicago Presbytery adopted this 'esolution by a vote of .VJ to IS. 4To turn entiiely from the project of revising the Wetu iuster Confession, and to take diligent steps to have proposed to the church such a simple Scriptural declaration of those things which are most suriily believed among us as shall be for tho practi.-i- l help nnd ei'iti cation of nil our members, and for n tes tiuiouy to the world of the faith which was once forall delivered to the saints " disap-peaie- d Subscription i so $1 a (JAZKTTi: Ci., "Wo Ko FliiMIKrB9 urao urcnard. Ky., DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. J ser-Yi- ce "(: 1 lo'-s- . b-- en EverythilKI Eat mad-hous- e, h-- s is.-m- OVERCO ATS, Dress Shirts, 1IMMDT& AMI CHILDREN'S a-t- ed i , I - ":Heavy Underwear, ; al ' D.WEAUEX, 9 to-da- y Commissioner's I Sale. ' HEAVY I FINE SHOES. M'ROBERTS f "' - - oiuil-huiir- e j I & HIGGOCBTS. thert-atvju- Moore-Showe- rs ' . B.K.&W.H. WEAKEN f an-- fc. ' r , kj lit l- ' fire-dam- p 11 4 - Heating Stoves, 7v-t- d C Commissioner's Sa'e. Cooking Stoves, Stoveware, Stovepipe. -- - ' 1 per-iiad- ed W. 8, SVIcROBERTS, supplies, s Saturday, 1 11 aK -- I . Complete Line of School Books, School Newest Styles -- ! Rus-1:111- ." 4 4 4(1 al - 1 Fancy Stationery and Tablets. The Best and Purest White Lead and Ready Mixed Paints and. Neat's CarriagePaints; Sil- - Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks 11 ' ( a. r. "" ";-"?"""- store-room- s ..,,,'. first-clas- td o tiZ 4 ,- - . . A y WW Car-loa- d Semi-Weekly Int.eriorJoukkal Dixkmiikk H, freah Bait just received at J at A. T. Fresh II. K. car-loa- d of salt just received at B. Foster's. and V. II. Wearen'a. HrA jfojii,Ky, Wantkd 2,000 1891 turkeys m m once. Nun-nollc- lliKlieat innrket pried paid. by Fon IIknt. JJesiilcnce now occupied V. M. IlinL'ina. Apply to John M. McHobertB, Sr. 0 Christmas is Coming thing too, we 3 v jS K.o,WAWON.BU8,Manaer MEANS i iiavk moved my ollico to the rooma F.noi.neku G. B. Wiiitk, who used to over Severance A Son's htoro. Dr. John run from Howland, and who is well M. DUS1NESS. Crai. Xkw Sweet ami rfour Pickle, Minco A. A. rf Kn'okaviso beautifully nnd artistically done nt A. It. Penny's. Yoen account in now ready, l'leaso call nnd settle. A. II. Penny. Ha vk your watch, clock and jewelry repaired at A. It. Penny e. All worK warranted. Kkmkmiikh Umt nil silverware, watches, rings, rtc, bought at A. It. Penny's will ho engraved free of ehareo. PERSONAL Meat, Hominy, Ueans, A:c, at Warren's. A uain Sunday, a snowy Monday and Tue-da- y a colder prospective expresses tho past and w Hither, Thk liitilway Auta Association, of which J. A. Thornbury is president, and W. M. O'ltryaii secretary, Louisville Doc. 10. will meet in b known all alonj; tho line, was killed by rimuini; into n washout in Texas a few days ago. W1111.K carelessly handling a ."2 calibre pistol, Satiuday niht, Hunt, the ymniKSonof Mr. and Mrs. Uobert was shot a little above tho knee by the discharge of it. The ball struck a bone and fortunately glanced, consequently the wound, while a painful out, is not of a periods nature. Mc-Alist- And everybody has to buy something, bub not evertbody has the money to pay big prices for Christmas Presents. To enable these people to buy some' MFfJiDUOEJID On THE is able to PRICES! if-- all our goods y to such an extent thai everybody, no matter poor or rich, POINTS. Louis- Now is the time tu liuv your photo-Krapville Friday. takdn. (JhriHtmas is mosl here 1Cv.Ma-.oWm. iHunimtrv in very ill and a handsome picture would make a of pneumonia. A. J. Ivirp, Stanford. iiicuproae.nU Mil. It. H. Woons is down with a danNothhs are posteil al the Court-hous- e gerous carbuncle on his nuuk. JriMtK M. C. S.m.Kv wont up to Wil- that Hon. W. (). Hansford ami Curtis liamsburg yesterday to attend court. tiovor wil each apply nuxt Monday for Tiik Sun says.Mls Lillian Tiiiiuur, of license to retail liquors at Crab Orchard. Mc Kinney, was visiting friends in MidA Fti.i. attonilance of the meinhers ol way. Diadem LoiIro No. SI, Kniirlits of l'yth-las- , , handsome k Miw.AN-.Nir.NKwi.ANi- Miss Ltc Tati; rumrni'd (rotn the Lv ft niht. ImporUmt business is to le transShoes, have acted. Mil. ni Mns. W. II. Mii.i.kk big Goods, TOYS. Tim bar elected Judge M. C. Saulley to moved to Mrs. Oath Hailey's house on street. preside over thu special term of tho cirIncaHter Mil. pKTiiitSritUK has been granted cuit court, hold here yesterday, for the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. IM arrears pension and plnrod on the preparation and advancement of certain a month. lift at equity suit. The engagement is announced of has returned from Mim l.u.N Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence, Thk Minstrels aro coming. Hiey will n proliaetcd visit to her slater, Mrs. W. - with us Filday, when their lino Iwunl oldest son of the I'rincu of Wales, nnd A. URIIANSKV, a I odd, in Fayette. will vdve a street parade and seretiado Princess Victoria Mary, only daughter Main Street, Stanford, Ky, MANES '.Vim N Chah attended the and at ulKht will make, you Inuuh till of the .Duke of Teck, of l.utonhnll. given by the Symphony Club, Tho preat her governor of Indiana your sides ar tiiei. nt Danville, Inst night. is petitioned by a woman whom he Miss Maui MrKis.vKV returned yesMn. J. S. .Ion lis has sold to Ids fnthor, five ytaiH ago, to pardon her AM) terday from a month's visit to MIm I.u-l- Mi. II. F. Jouos, Sr , his stock of uoods, and he is disposed to obey tho Yager, in will and ovorylhiui;, at cost and injunction slightly changod: "WnatCiod trood Mh. O. i; Jonb, aaslstntii i?Ht eiiniii-ee- r Tlie mniior Mr Jones will con- hath joined together let no man keep of Mhldlrnlfiiu, wus hem yocterday, tinue tho bothies at the same Kteiul, Hsuniior." Upright and Horizontal. en mut" to his boimt nt Montlrtdk). while Mr. J. S. Jones will to to Now A Nova Scotia girl was so anxious : I'M J-'Stationary, and Portable. All Thk I iHirodshurg Democrat says that York and entrtbe tiiHrrautile business. to marry tliat she is now on her wav to power. sizes up to Air. J. B. O.vens h rvlw?il the Com-tHong, China, t meet bur fiancee. Wiiii.k driving in his spring wagon Uncqnalcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and idal nroneriy for a term f tlueu The dlataiiiv is 7.000 miles from In r the other day, Mr. Henderson Young's home ami the wedding will take plau) Durability. yrHrs. Write fur Vni IlUiMr.iteil I'an.picU mil jour anl to Iihs moved from hoiM- became frightened and ran the ve- IW. 10 An old cyuic wiys that there Mr. V. It. Chi throwing Mr. Wnyuesbiirs to MrKmtipy, when h hicle uirainst a fuitco, one r two "girls" in this section who rg?r " & CO., JAMES "? Young out and IhhMv injuring him. (.!. are K wliool and will continue would go further than that to secure a rrr svuivdH' in ohio vfw W. I.e, of Crab Orchard, nM onllVrixl law. 11111I0 biHil to enll her own. by H.iniMway hoi' and now weaw hla! Mh. F. J. Wuiru, who hag rwen on a "I'm glad, dftirest Harry," said beauti- sling. DEATHS DOINGS. vicit to hor dawehtwr in Txn and pla- head in a tul Uell iner, in Muotiti, immmI through to Ijui The .Somerset Bepublican notes thu To her 'over, as brightly upon him Jamrs 1'iii.ky, ot CMy, was taken to bentno I. rrtstT Friday. Ixiuisvillo two months mio on a trumi ml deaths of Win Mi tjueary, of old ago; tho "That speaks of your character Mlw Doily Wiiliams, Um bright little up wife of Capt. W. II. Cundill; Mrs. H. II. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. well, chnwHif itioomihiuing. He w . i'mink-miiwhoa home is now in Niel. And that you are everywhere highly eshulbHiiig taknii with tliu ty- Waddlo and Mrs. W. M. Thomas. olaaville, apunta portion of tbu weok phoid fmer.haH lain in the hospital at teemed." 1st, 1891. Thomas Mohorly, one of the oldest with lier Mister, Mis. Dr. I P. HiUlman. the Kint of death till luit week, when citistons of the county, aged : years, "Yes, I've won ovetybody's respect, it is Ftill eornol Cocrvatory and N'orma! clool leathers Superior courses m Literature, Music and Lexington lewder. true," Cit(loinie all J circulir furnished on application. Art. Kxceilent Ixwrdinj; departm-n- t he was able to go home on a pius fur- was found dead near the residence of his Mk 1. M. YVHBTHIinXUl, of tho son, Dr. Daniel Moheily, fn Madison I!u rcplh'd, "but the credit belongs not nished by tho Charity Organisation. me ollice, at Howland, who hs county, of heart disease. Half as much, I imagine, dear Pell, as to Ai.Tiiotoii it was sent out that the leeii fiifk fur a week or noie. .ei't daughThe report of the death of a you, down to bin homo at Piuk&ville y .'t-da- townf tliuIWvilln Hotel was ?.'.0,(XX), ter of Cnpt. B. 1. Powell, which wo were Tor I'm known by the company I keep, MoalisfacUiry adjustment at ?l.S,000 was unable to authenticate last week, proved to recuperate. don't you see "" We cordially invite the ladies of this vicinity to call and inspect our New York Press. iiiuJo by th insurance conimny. There we regret to say, too true. Bright Littlo Iu. I II. Hmnton concludes a bi ness not to the I. J. with thin gntifyi:u art three things that are always ovcree-- I.ula Niulil, aged S, died of diphtheria, complete stock of everything to eat, received fresh from the markets. limited, the amount of damages by a and others of tho family aro dow n. Sin"Wo have a tine S"t of XKW ADVKItTISKMlLNr- Matt'tiioutWe have spared neither time nor money in selecting the following Linruln at Central rniverdly lire, the number of people in a crowd cere sympathy is felt for tbu captain in and the value of a rich man's estate. thin year ami they are all doing well." and 'roubles. his bereavement SA-XjS-. goods which we offer to the public and which are strictly California ltK. W. Y. Sui:i'i'Mii and daughtei. The remains of M j Geo. W. Wim How kii, tho notorious Harlan Miss Mattiy Hteppsrd, left this weok for F. S. A., were in fierated at Samillil! at publii Hucoon.cii the King Farm. productions: c unity lesp"iado, who is wanted in the Pnnville plltc, on Florence, Ala., to vinit Mr. Sheppard's son's Crematory, near Pittsburg, and the Keiituckv for numerous murders, had Dec. 29111,1891, Misses Hcbmu Woolfolk and mother. ashes were wnt to Lexington for burial bis trial put oil 111 a murder 'ae Ejyj; follow IhtrrN of in;iwronit1ty .nl, i pair of .lennie Walton, of Danville, arrived toMrs. It. .1 first cousin of was Corn lit the t o or teo hai him at 1,'hinou, .Mo., witli the hope, it The major IScans, luailol day to visit Mrs. l'lerco llutler and to of this place. Only a few 16 I'thand MI", mmc llorc Stock, sit liutchrr is said, of weakening that and the cases C. Warren, Slitcp, sixiir6K. youniU of tobacco, attend the football game. mouths ago ho married Miss Chailaut, a I altle, Hog. I'oititry. IIontholil amt kitihen hern before trial. The witness, some His iirnUmc Term mailv known on Jda" IKWN. A nice lot of China Dinner and Tea Sets just received. Examine them. of Pittsburg. t 8. 70 in number, were recognized to appear wealthy young lady Wichita Daily Fade speaks in Thk was named, was a at special term, Feb. 1, and Howard father, for whom he highest praise of Mta. Julia 1. Dunn, colonel in the Mexican war. Ho fell was returned to the St. I.onis jail fori-ufBUSH, the popular soprani, who agisted in a keeping. while leadim; the charge at Bueua Vista. recent musical entertainment there. A being pieiced by both a bullet and u , ,,. ...,, ....., ,.lrtr,.t. HenrvGlav. REAL A xi MUKii of towns, not satislieil witli AGENT, great many of us leinetnbei liur sweet recall bow greatly it uied to their elAssiilcitioti, are having tlie count Uu, t,inl 80 of tht. fnmon, Kentuekv voice and Ky. add to the mueic nt the l'rchbytenan of their population made m. as to ne atateininn, ami lieutenant under Col. (LAlh AI.KXAXllKK'S llOTKl, vancodto a higher class. Stanford 11N0 met ids death. church heie. Maj. Mc jicKee, any in tho StsllV- ICeo'H brother, Huh, was a lieutenant about as badly liaie ,iuite a niuiibtr of FARMS for sal. Landtiu Lincoln lotilit CITY AND VICINITY. 11EX0YATEU AND but as she fould in no event rake up :'.,- '- :.. ti,0 navv amj feuas j,js flUju,r iyu OI, erv best II Tlieu! ariiu are all well imuroxu ami i. 50a A 50 .lie (l Kl peop'e, sue win nave 10 remain in tul, Ul,ttleiiflil. It HilS While le.ulini! 11,' ri.hUJ. mnninplocality, from richness itml beI will sell publicly, their .,icrlni: ,;. UaMv Stoi k. Day. $2.50 a liopo the ,)th class without kieknu:. the forts at Corea. Adll. tilityu'-- 'i' thfCinneiiiewCBorturnpiUiiand- tween and - oVl'M'k on J.iuuary couit S0UUI Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Hous, wn ,,01lb,v p,erwl ,jy ,nlUll ei.ter.risinw C.tiell Will COU.lt US iTany ,n Cor. day, on the corner of the aM the next lime a lire alarm is tOUUded. ,ul np,.r ttf Male Tlteru rrirly a Farm in lilt cp LOUISVILLE, KY. Stpiare. i'y shares of Farmers P.ank and however. Amhroco P. Butt died nt the home ' , )lt liulllylt checked with turnpiir. rum.. Owsh-y- . " W. R. LOGAN, Manager. Trust Compaiiv stoek V. P ilircctlon There 11s not .t mibllc iimiI ci. Ol 1M. Will llllllll Satlinlav aui.1 uiiM not .MucHilaimifl trriiiictlic-oiintleal that Tn: local optiouppiestiou is ai;ain A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. ...... tl...' ill.w.uo m.,1. .Vl -111. mnrrii'il vv h.v.? ilm Kiix ill Hraiivh ot thf I. iV N, IS , ...-.- ,.. , Hoiiiiy ItKuil will certainly he with " .fc... liiicaster ami in the last issue of lliwilliin ,i,...--.w .. m. ..I'm i.. . . 1...1 i... K. IHVIUIII mc viimv nwm f. . .1 V Bowers here Friday niht. You c. .s R R from Nrilito.iiUh: the K. C K R. .MISS l.li'.ie vrwriiM 11111:1 uiu .n, uui.nuItuudi the Kecord Col. W. S.Miller presents the .f,.... ,1,: nnlv irom ttn tl.tci 10 Llniinnnii, ctoMinstnei, o. u. ...... "...,,,, market. ol had better securn a ticket early if you nnti Hldi in elenr mill manil.T. UVCil Olll iwo jeais .11111, turn .r cmnc f ,lClno thetlmv large h.ie wish to see tliis irreat show. Now on The ipiestion is a very troublesome one, f.liilil hov "' ",u ' " u,x- ""'"""" Mr. tti,. r hole wi, rid. i!eulc, ,.,, Klve us a inarktt tlic counlv Mllu sale at V. B. Mcltoberts' drnir ntore.aa ami one uiai wo have uiven muni ,l,,tt PVTW" initlifully durmu the war in forau,mrrfra.n nciu at hom. and the devHop mcntoi tl..vmii.mi "(.on, ol Kwten. mul investigation, and we nr t",l,, Krtiinatiis McKinnev's compaiiv Soil,h.r.,.Ull, Keimuky u lailrond.aiidthuout- a live l)iiluess man thntiKht and JamksSomi:iw, Kentucky rcminiellt, and the lit onth l.y railr..J has created i..h . demand dki.i:k in- 10 the eriiieliisinii llllll Win Illll ill tlie P.'tll that e tan UnuUof ccmiUand of l.ondon, was in town Saturday. We lOrceil hardships he sullered allecte.t ins eyes forall retain en.n.Kh ior hoi,i0c..nMi.n,.tion cjril.i, license svstem, properlv euarded, is a " .mil kind, he people are prosperou learn that he closed a trade with Wash lu. .'Mtiri'lv msi chmnanity and education lt.,iev)ns much better solution than local option, t.. u....l. nn ..v..iil tint M. liay and associates for the leae of since which U nota ncighl.orhood in the nmntr but ha. .i llU sight about - veitrs llgO, . t. ....1' l.dnL Lnl... as practiced. JJCIMI CIHirtH iiwriiw-v- . their coal mines at Pine Hill, which he he hash.ul to be constantly intended. The M intoril, tnecoiiniv c.u in 1.1111.U111. i a pro- Winchester it aloiit '. mhau.taiilii nd i will operate in the future. lx order to stimulat o our correspond-- 1 government paid him a large amount puii little city AND PROMPTLY DONE. g.iorH.iy trnni tne .Mirtn ami af- Democrat. the Xnrilivist onts to a greater cllbrt we will make 0 ariears pensions and i"'2 a month eSout .mil fromnoe. jcanu riKiu to "onthe.nt. no.inin inc o"All work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. aitil.tanui.iea.lt lmdr,;.l..,ledmtii.tin ..fSouthf astern Hoi IDA Itmw. Hound Trip excur- - this oiler To the one. sending us the ter he Was placed 011 the rolls, bllt tills snll'eriiig Keniuik i.ackr.l up u the hi.i,. 1 will take old gold or silver in from now till exchange for Roods. bion tickets, local and thtouuh, will he newsiest and best letters "ln noor compensation for tho reuni ot the Stale w ilh railroad, running thrmiKh .Mr. Itutt was an earnest ,t t jiipomt. nrtheiompa.. male, it uaturaii 1, we will give a prize of &"0, to he endured. July M)ld between nil stations on the 1. ..,..1. one of the bent lo. itiil ton. in the hnutli fur .1 01 .: .: o.. .. " -y Central and Louisville : Nash- tlie second best fl' and to the third $10. llieillDeriil llio v,iiiiiiiin iiiuiu, .... ... ,ni,llt,fictnre. and otlii-- r entrpr1,ei)f magnitude A committee of competent judges will dent Mason and a.tron, democrat and wville Railroad, at 1 fares, Dec. 'JO to '2 A JLVkJ pass on the letteis and award the prizes. u'na trill to Ills ttOtl, lllS people and lllS there cnul.l he ertvted Water Work, with wry and 'JOto.ian. 1st inclusive. (Jood iy.oon in his hole col that would mppl) amy of .,...r in lhe j , ......... .,ure,t 'an1 ,,rst until .Ian. .". Particular atten- Recollect that quality nnd not quantity country. 10 lliaili people, 11111 ullh regularity will also condition would have been a burden, world Onriittiocity ii. been noly reimiit m tion is called to the fact that excursion is desired and that . . . homo. The above is a cot of Dicks Pat Cat few veariiand it. bnlne. rinonf ardrc creater bllt he made the best Of it llllll always ,icral. , compare illi 'ircer tickets can 1m purchased to anv station bli ii big factor in tlie awaid. Our merchant, and trndi'.men ate l.....-f,- .l ent I'ecd Cutter, the best cutter Main triemlsioiioweti lirelen.i.in. appeared on tho L. & N. system on aliovo dates. 0,.cnt .,ml don.i; well ve hae two Ivkki' ix Mim Mrs. Ueid's entertain for all purposes on the market remains to liullalo Cemetery Sunday, prosperous and in a smkI rnnditjon the nV6Eii7rSr!sLLLLLL Mn. John S. H run 1.1 is opeiiinu' up a inent at the Opera House on the l.'itli. where after services by Klder W. L. Wil- We have iple'did i hool. We na.e a r cma o Call nnt examine. I also have ladies have prepared College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu line Hue of dry piods, notions, &c , in She and the young liams and the Masonic fraternity, they nil. in attfinlaiice aim unMi-- ine prnn ip.iisiii 01 the an excellent programme, tc couist of were laid to rest. I'rnf. J M lliibhanl, i. in a ilnnri.hinz tondi- one of the Portmun House gooa Delsarte movetion. nt4iimaic aK rtcninmry uiai i and will throw open the doors to the recitations, music, tlie lll.lkfmanat it. head Wrj .rhnol. ith I'rnf II The Newport Journal says: Sensible ha.eone nf the he.l I'ubln. School Iniildiut;. in Dtli. There is no bet ments, a marvel of grace mid beauty, public to morrow, I'M NValtOtl proposes tO Stick thi. .ccllotl of the State, ultho.er too i.upllt in working song by the children, attendance, and with other oud pruale ichooU, ter judpe of thedass of woods lie will and tho will bo very interesting. Tlie 111 1110 liini, are e.ceiirni iiuum i, y,.ii.ecour .clinoi lanane. biiilniiic, to KeiltllCKV aim tlie intkiciuic .,,,, And the Mr. Huhes ami ho propos- which hur. h handle than rtp Vil WVha.eeli-san- t will givo the sumo programme! at and uood luck to nil,..,., ol e clas drnominailon. with a full con., m a stock sr varied and ed to keep jnd and I.anc.w If W . iiiiiiii fallen frOlll grace and in- - of fia. cla talentmoninarerdoimj a better famine. thecit. thananv cla.if that none of our people, need y,o Crab Orchard, on the Ueid will give Ol .lOllIlSOII, rec to UlO reprehensible habltH Mrs. l,aelned to male lhi .tatemrnt as fact, elsewhere for woods. Ah a business man ter on the Ith. without am exaKsratun or coloring, ai those at Goshen on tlie iMh. Tho en- Gaines. Logan, Meacham k Co., 'there who Lnnw will hc.irni' out, and tho.e who wish Car of Kanawha Salt just received. be is too well known to need commenda- Rations and locate to buy plea.ant home, at lair price and prices will tell tertainment at HtiBtnnvillu Is postponed would be congraiulations for him too; amoni; a eol people itli all tint be.t ourround-- . tion here. His stock -, Kith and at McCormncka till the but he must be kept on probation for a Inc. would do well 10 call and mc me htfom nnr-the tale. Head his "ail." and call on till the chasing "l.ewhere. time. lOth, him. Fitnrdav. depot neurit at Cuib Urehnrd, wus he.ro iereiiiesteI at Castle Hall Thursday TiirotCi't. At a candy pulling in MacksvilleSam Hays, son of the Major, ami llarve Owsley fell out over n trivial matter, when Hays whipped out a razor ami slashed Owslev across the thoat, making a gash from ear to ear and cutting into thu windpipe. With the wind whistling through the cut, Owsley walked all the way to Dr. Ituid's, where he and Dr. Nunnelley succeeded in stopping the noise and sewing up tin; wound in such a manner as to put the negro out of immediate danger. Haya was lodged in jail nnd his trial Oxen for yesterday at U r M, when, after hearing the case, Judge Carson held him to the circuit court in ?200 hail, which of course he rotlld not give. Jard-- We have for sale presents J or everybody; arsj For Your Wife, Husband, Children, Gome SWEETHEART. $C. in and examine the prices of our immense stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Men's Clothing, Boys' Clothing, Children's Clothing, Hats, Caps, Furnishing line of Mufflers and a Eggs and FeatJicrs bought at the highest market prices al i'l IjAi-kk- THE LOUISVILLE Horrus enter-tnmmei- it AJ GABRIEt, STORE Proprietor. Managers. mar-riu- d bus-Ihtn- a am im &m:m Semi-Portable 26-horse i STEEL BOILERS, A m - tern-lun- proc-tinn- ' THE LEFFEL ok I evfi-wiie- . H Stanford Female College. XJBXjZC. 11 Fall Session Tuesday, September y TO TJ3IE 1 - Mc-Ke- e, PXJBLIC I 011 aw-iiu- Tuesday, 1 Prunes, Pears, Apricots, Courier-Journa- l. ;', Green Gages, Oat Meal, White Cherries, Navy Peaches, Plums, Rice, Lima Beans, Hominy. 11 II. T. FARRXS & KiSLRDIBT. -1 11 ESTATE Stanford, 111 THE WIILJLAMB -- - I j til-l-ira 1 Court-Hoii- ' ,, ,. ..,. 1 't y -1 I 'Z THOROUGHLY Hates IMPROVED. e, Per S.ranl 11 . ! - 11 fon-lhl- e 11 - i ROBT. FENZEL 1 pnni-nile- gen-roi- ih.-r- e WATCHES. CLOCKS & JEWELRY. REPAIRING NEATLY -- . Ken-tuOk- y 1 1 1 - "W- ' inu 1 111 U J Pateilt Ffiftfl CllttPlP m . r store-room- s .1 Stu&ebaker Wagon . compie-heusiv- -- tb, . 1 , 1 OLIVER FIOW, with Ccniiine Extras , "J". IB. FOSTER. 0 '- - -- eKft. . Semi-Veek- ly Interior Jo'urnr. Dr. Carpenter Takes Another Whack. fTotlie Editor Interior Journal.) The mayor in his first reply failed to answer the nrjsitmenta in "Suhscriber's" jjy JK.ll YJCaYli. IX AD-1- ' NCM first article ami resorted to personalities, insteatiof Kivimtnn explanation, as tho onrWhen not so paid $2.50 wJl e charged If desired. In Friday's tesue he hiii jumped the track and nitus to K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. n rite nu essay on manners, dueHiip.iVc, '.stSS ,o Train naves Rowland at 7 00 a. ra , returning and actually has failed m that, thus "r-trii m VztuM. WA tt 5:20 p. m viiifi ii his inferiority with the acain showinc i$mwwffi(K-4mmiMMliiEE L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. pan ns well as in other important mat I a ntv mi es l e shone t to Mail tram going North ..u 29 pra tTH. The expressions "alia," "suhter-fnire,- " ' " South i34Pa "sinister motive," indicate som Eipress train " South 13am .... 7tsn ineiiniiiicunt lawyer uiinin took the pen North 6 s am Local Freight North Chicago, M bigan P'ints St I nui, South. 511pm nnd tried to w rite. When creatures callClcvelati I, llufta'e, lHtroit, The latter train alsocirry passengers ed men attempt to write o- - produce ar- the liver he inactive sou have a bilious look, it Roulind Kv jr Indianapolis anu tne ei, The above iscalculated on itandard time. Solar "Siiiciiiiiut." vour stomach be dlserdcrcd ou have a dvspeptic New I ngland, Canaita, puments and show to tho world that time is about so minutes Taster look and ifourkidn)s be affected you have a health )ou there are more brains in their abdomens Sam Clay, Jr., well known in the pinched loov Secure vourHitters i and grc it will THE SHELTON HOUSE, New the have jood looks Klectrii llaltimore, Washington, Philadelphia, than in their skulls, it is time to stop and mountains of Kentucky as an option and tonic, acts directly on thevc vital orQuickest tune tr l(arrHlburg Irankfon, Ky Cwros pimples, blotches, Imils and gives a we are concerned there taker, lost his $70,000 suit at Superior, gans complexion. state. "So far as D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor, Itiiltmonil, MKlilMA snott'si aDd drug U Penny's Sold at A good t line will be no more bandying of words." In Wis., the judge deciding that the statute store, so toots per bottle two articles he failed to show up; now of limitation applied. - Mibciiber" and the public say "shut Solid Trains, baggagt cirs, sii.oVIng cars acd Sleepers through with aciommorlatlo-- s at reasonable rates. coaches, Pullman up forever." Your first barren produc eczema, and all other Open day and night. Sample room ind good livery out change via Chilian , Ilirrningham, Merld making direct vonne tlnhs en route for Kdos Un When Baby was ulci, we Rave her Castoria. in connection tion tickled the risibilities of the thousThis delightful Story of ' blood ville, Asheville, Lyinhburgaiid points in the . When fche was a Child, aho cried for Castorl. ands of the I. J 's subscribers, on acJourney from tho BALTIC to the tako When urns beca.mo Jllas, she clung; to Castorl. count of its birreuness. Friday's paper (DANUBE Portrayed In 30 Chapters POST13D. When slio had CUll ren. slao gave them Cas tori. nnd printer's ink show where you have At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Cntumbtis, Wilmtn; ,, notice 12 Graphic Illustrations, by hunters, fishermen and ten, Charleston, Augu.la, Macon, Savannah, l ( scratched, made potdiooks and finally Jand i.n wiinout per- flriiRswuk, Lake City Ihsiuasvtlle and r LUIII uineriuiwunMii "ill benr prune ited to the full l). poiuta mission, as all stwh Charles Augustus wrote, D. V. Vandeyeer, Mayor. !t will est evtentiif the law. Signed I lie only line runnlnir solid trains with chous C. M.SPOOVAMOORE Whom tho gods would destroy they i Cars to Jack .v Pullman loudeir or PaUee oiuuumu. , relieve and cure 1 K tll'UCL. y class oi passtn sonvtltc without change tor first make mad. Mr. Mayor did not t THOMAS C. HALL vers or rsicacc R. ItAILKV dyspepsia, nervous sville, SIHU LAND Sclnia and Jlontgomery, make "Subscriber" mad with the phrase, A M I I Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS inls II U I.AISI-a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln countr. sub but! but" he was t debility, and and uui. kest to Anmstan. Selina. Mo . lAMPSl.lVrVS ject to the action ol the Democratic psrt). bile Dncct cennestions made at NKW nerve stretched himself and virtually adI S PHILLIP-LAN'S wttLoul omnibus trausfei for OrUvesloi . tired feeling. Austin, lleuiten. mits that Lis jaws are locked. A good IN. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. thine, also, for city councilmen, especialLIME AND BRICK. l he only through tine to ls ksnn and Vukiburj, as Sheriff. Bound In Rich Cloth, Subject i Is a ca validate for ly tho mayor extraordinary and minister , X will cure you. La , niaklng direst ronneriiooi Miss. , Decorated with Cold Eagles. in the ait i oil of the democracy Klectiois Nov without ommkui transfer for Dallas rcrtWorio, He appears to likedu-eliniplenipotentiary. I will deliver I (me at s Cents a Uushel in Ian . Austin, San Antonia, 14 Paso and points in caster. Statif td and the nei.t NirhiiiM' braverv and inferiority. An essay 'tFREE to Every New Subscriber to', IVs rahlr farm of ki i wui aic i j .m .arsat Cfr. iwkuj ii,,ik TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. I I,1 AD DLWP -t- heA. S. on manners, morals nnd spirituality j i Tires on Crab drthard at L'Uii Kor thrmigh rates correct county map; and II ;j cents a hundred Cive me a chance. pike i miles from Stanford would be a good subject to write on, ', NEW YORK OBSERVER, intarmatlun SURGEON DENTIST. " W II MILLKR .,6m IKbUklll lulK CrsbOrchard or address "" ".r,tVK? T "w iXRt V " were he able to htndle it. Is there one Office en Main street, ocr W. II, McRobertt liav"" , lM" Air , umaleii Kv Drug Store, Stanford. D MM I FR, D li FDWARDS brother of that sacred order willing for the foremost Family Religious News-SALE. GOOD FARM I is Mr .Vancr paper. ti 1' .V T A Ml his son to associate one hour with him, One book and one new subscriber,' Cinilonat H05MHIC SALVS. I wish t" ell privately m Farm of i,j Acres, learning morals, manners, cetera et cet03,00. situated i miles north of Stanford, Kv . mi the R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. era? ,1'sop states there ;w as a donkey Two books and new subscribers, Danville pike Will take pleasure In shoving to Cure, cuts, lnHi.os, oM seres. ,s--- -aa 05,00. anv one wishing to pun have Apply to Hnd a stack of hay on opposite sides of corns, buBient plies, rtstula, DENTIST. 4i,tw J. IIRIOIIT mwicimkn' corir.s ruici:. burns, dew neissnaml brttisns Wherever it has the river. The former could not get been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, "JILt'K (iKASH KOl'TIO. its pioiienMi) tor removing soreness is rciuarki OBSERVER," up stair. Nitrous Oxide Gis given for painless across to tho latter; the lattT would not .NEW YORK ble. Nnmarosts testiniunuls will be secured aod Tho Shortost nnd Qulckout Homo from FARM extracting go to the former; the former gave it up : will appear in this space at a later date Made 37 and 33 Park Row, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. KuuUicUv to nil points North . hereby nam every person from nutating on or nd ssssd by ' NtW YORK. and began braying, with all the others Bast, Went tint! youth-Won- t II K y. Fii J Snnfafi, aswing tnrugh mv farm or the farm geherally in the same locality. The Lord High Llnobotwoon LesttiKton tint! Clncln-nownusthe McCarty farm now Wlnninf to me C. tuitt. person pas-- i through saad farms without .very 1802. Mayor ruled one jackass at a time, if ermisktoM will be ihjwihUiI THROt'GH TO MID PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, you please, and led in the bray, and now D. M CREir.HTON JXLLIC'O MRS. MllTUEWS. STANFORD, KY. gives it up, and with nlmost three col SCHSUULU IN Bl'riCT NtiV J. PURCHASING ACIXNT, Office ill Odd Fellows' Huilding, up stairs. umns in this valuable paper only show' No I. No. s - : : : : Illinois. 8 a m.ilojp m , 7 to S p m. j IXiTJTTc3a?RA.a?SID. . Office hours 7 to ed ?'.) expended in the west end, when Cliicago,Host Kt Son Ks wa Lot on Main Street in Stanford there wore $12 more admitted by "Sub37 IMvoMiulb PUcwor sj. Wenlwcrth An Harper's Weekly fr the coming jcir will co-t- a J p m I.ve Ossctewata I is 1 Im DR. W. B. ii more attractive features, more and liner Contsiiiin scriber.'' His books are badly muddled; Covusftoo Its as I Me p so ' Cosnmlsssors c per ceat Kemu or Paottlre Lvc Fsstssoiith,. lustrations and a greater nuraber nf nrllclvs of Lee J II M' j '! r B II he did not give one figure to show the live, intense interest than will be found in any erms eov- Vtsrh ltshsso,e TRW ALTON, Staafortt. Oroer. rVotM Note, Mew lot boetritoe tit oilot by Are I'wte . pn II ll lotoi) pm) Kv press. OBnottsmttHSS Hoe Arr l.ceiosrtms. li tmj uw p m od P thousands spent in the east end. Yes, I other periodical on Among th latter will bst st ot goc uaernw.Md- of articles greatest cius of til the ti.s 6 " m Lee Pans Office South side Main street, in office recently saw those paid-u- p (tseam. . i bonds burnt. Had world, including oo ilfustralians The ColumiCXUJ vacated by Dr. L F Huffman, Stanford. Ky. Air it p as.... Kv posit on, the Army and Navy, groat pnh- " t bian Arr lUchmooo ...... lie not spent $1,200 or $1,500 on the j fi "'M iic cveni, oisasicrs on iana ami sa, ami NOTICItTOTHIt.. Arr lsocoMer. P of the celebrated people ilay will b the other $500 town indebtedness described and illustrated in ol thattractive and ArrSuoftisL .. 5!uitfui-- ; an M. CRAIG, would have been paid nnd $700 to $1,000 timely manner The Department nf Amateur ' DR. tTTRlchovtisa ", ' j In the lOrpArete limits RuaUrsd Arr UvrtsatM ... 1 $ tlie direction of Casper ." left in the treasury toexpend in the west Sport will continue under of motcrn writers will Homeopathic Physician, Arr "Utslolesoofo .1 ? W Whitney he best - - -- ; 3;.. II i DARST. Rowland. shert stories, irxl the moit disilngiii-ik-o- l 4. - KEN TUCKV. end, and his contracts complied with, as contribute will mike the illustrations - - '" . .0. STANFORD, ' artists he etlito I have opened in cooneclwa with my Hotel, the he agreed. Mr. Walton, put up a cock, rial artiekw of Mr Otorge William Curtis wilt Woieair Km.Uu. Office Hour: 10 to 11 a. m ; to 3 p. m ; 8 to LULEY HOUSE, nnd let it crow three times loud and rcmaia as an especial attraction Lve Middlesbssfo op m. so I as Office bn Lancaster street, opposite court house. lone. JtVJL X .JcLZy Ij JbLU U iJa p Arr KKhannnil. II 41 aa a P. H. RILB7, Proprlotor, as 2?lLi On two or more regular meeting niuhts FERWDICHLS. London, - - - Kentucky. Lvr Stanford .. fwfmm I.ve Lancaster 7 o a so; the west end councilman was on hand, PER YEAR Air Knhmcnd. First-Clas- s I.iveryHSlable, I.v ktchmoedr 101, aa at '" oa a m NATIONAL BANK but the east enders were not. No meet- Harper's Ihave mosei to my new Hotel and am better w' is 11 .... ft no uretMrtd than ever to act ommodate the public And offer the Ilrand Arr AifKester. I ,l V ml H a net ings held. Many, if not tho majority, of Harper s Mngumc services On OocHt l.iverv OF STANFORD, KY. atchit and every ronvemvact de- new vehicles and frrsh of to Hie li publicmake tny Arr Ihiiis ty p ra' J 41jtW l rse Harper . 4 o sired Give me a the called meetings were called by the Harperss Ilaaar People stable oinparc with I.ve Leiiegtoo . s oe p as 00 1 oung . . . ISO FRANK RILEV. 1 11 p a i.ve west end councilman, nnd he was there. P Bost in to" tho C OUPtry. Arr Covington 4 tT t m e1 51i a as cI a p m Postage free to ail subscribers in the I'nited L, Falmossih. . s ' as 10 a Stock. a call r If the couucilmen's chances fot; Heaven State, Canada and Mesico 5 "'T n . ,4 a f jr p re Atrutncmnaii P W r.kKr.V. I'rot.ri.tor ii oe a m 4) p ta is IG,500 had to be judged by the city record they Tho olumes of the Weekly begin with the C- am M si i-y Surplus ca AL lU'KNx Manaor un tncalarsville Mrtsach, No 10, leaves Paris 11 -vswr V0yOs "aJJ kept, they would all be lost, beyond the first number tor January of each will When n tho fact and No. is, M 7 J, begin with time is mentioned, subscriptions Mtetition of the public is invited to Stanford. P m, arrivlRg at . " Bank Masrtllat 1010. am, sad I so. ms. No . uzxza that this is the only National National in Hank Act. shadow of a doubt. If any intelligence the number current at time of receipt of order. .aoyri of the Hound volumes of Harper s Weeklv for three Under the provisions depositors are secured not only by the capital hits been shown in the mayor's reply the years back in ne.it cloth binding, will be sent by TTTt) 13 stock, hut by the stockholders liability lor an most profound scholars havo failed to see mail, postage paid, or by express free of expense f&l amount eiiual to the stock, so that depositors of protiuea me treigni uoes not exceed ai per vol 'ai.. of $400,000. IftUftf IlALhiAMal .,,,,,- I. HIIIT HI l MNntt .. ttls.a. this Institution are secured by a fund of the bank it. The microscope shows not the faint- ume for $7 Per volume. .: " ion, which Is daily except Sunday. of r .TASIOKI), M , Cloth ases for each volume, suitable for bind Hve sworn statements thethecondition Sta'es gov em- est tr eiug "Our forefathers' prized man ing, will be sent by mail postpaid on receipt of runs Uuited " era Ciocsanm Iisocea !' I xcent Sumlavs inent and Its assets are examined at stated times ners, which mine or 'JMibsoriberV did," Ji each No, runs daily Remittances should be mule b) man. W government agents, thus securing addititonal No runs dmly trm all staiioeis o,esvt the but the readers are in doubt about the ey order oi draft to avoid chanc ot loss. arid pcrfet-- t safety to depositors. Row hind ongtnilly established as the which is dasl csctmt Sunday Newspapers are not to copv this adverlisemeat This institution, a.. mayor's and his retinue, otherwise the without the express order of Harper,.- Ilrothers No 6 daily except Ssstsd) Deposit IkinW of Stanford in 1858, then "SThis lintel, renovated ami refurnished. Is now dally 1S65 and No m Cmeisinall and Letinglori flank o Stanford as l Address condu t tt so as to hscepi lit my charge "nd I mtend t HARPER HROTF.RS. suisda)s Hrit National Hank of acta of the city officials and not personaliiot onl) maintain nt Inch reputstion, rcw i ork ut te add ' No 16 I'srts aod l.eslngttn Accommodation dalities would have beeu discussed in both iSSa, hns had practically an : lung list 0! friends Special accommodato Its Stanford tn existence of is years It is betur supplied of the mayor's chnify replys. tions for commercial travelers and tine roeme fer ly Leavse Lmiegton its 00 a. m Arrive Pan. 1802. ---?u, r theilisploy of samples. Jl , now with iaclhtie for transacting business prompt ?? s so 7 rmmin scc mmooalMM , leaves Cliseir.- its long Mid ever before ly and liberally than That telephonobell is annoying: "Helw. '"J ' C I career Accounts of corporations, fiduhonorable A First-Clas- s Saloon escept Nsiisday, ' lo! hello! what is "I'm Little it "hum 2. : rJ&. -- , ciaries, firm, and individuals respectfully No. 1 Leaves Falmouth oe a m. " 2. . Ami nii.l.lAitli anil puui. huiijis attacnea. h,.-,- ., - tt . j... ...... c''i Arrives Cm- of . iMve Vandeveer, from the r ,,. .Ul.,1. composed ot i ' The Directory of this Hank is JOSEPH COFFhY. IIiZjTJSa?.R.A.TSX). No. aud s make onnrnisti. at (l'inri.i.. r.. ey. a distant relative of the distinguishpoints on the N. N A I V R'r, f. r) T.J Foster, of Stanford; Harper's llaj.ir it a journal for the home It ed mayor extraordinary and minister st'Vn "' h'VJ.n Cinnnuatito Foresuis Rcid, Lincoln county ; Mtddlesboroygh and Cumberland Gap and all in. gives the latest informalior with regard to the A G I.anham John II. Castleman -3 S 1 J V. II avden, Stanford; plenipotentiary. I come to that eft tcrmcdlaie stations and runs daily. fashions and its numerous illustrations. Paris dc S R KNOTT S. H Ilaughman, Lincoln; C P AT.MORE. t supplements are inditpen funeral. We all regret the sad cal signs and Trafnc Manager. sablealikr to the home Gen Pan Agt and the uro M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; orb, e t.Aui.v.n. 1. t.eneral amity, realizing you only wished Borne fe.slonal modiste No expense Is spared to make T Harris, Lincoln; P1J MORSE. Gen Pat.Vr Agt., highest order lis .,. e Chamber ot Commerce lluiidincCincinnat questions answered, only explaining in itsartistic attractivi nessof the an! thnuuhtful J. S Mocker Stanford; j bright stories, amusing comedies (j A. Lackey, Lincoln; a public way what had been done by the essays satisfies all tastes and its last uage is asaliudgcl of wit and humor. In its week-- l ., . T I. Hill, Stanford; board, to satisfy the end anxissues everjthlng is included winch is of i. iter W O. Welch, Stanford. est lo women The Serials for 1991 will be writious public, nnd would not have given ten by Walter lietant and William lilack Mrs V P.Tate, Stanford. Marion Harus the four columns of spicy reading, Oliphant will become 1 contributor OFFICER. lan a Timely Talks, "Day In and Day Out," are 1' smmwjzaa3ruzMmmtacm0mkmM OE Hocker, President; had they stuck to the text. Oilicially intended tor natrons and Helen Marshall North . S. ci)Jotfi$viiit W(wAiitrCHiCA60 Rr .6- vill specially address girls. T. W p H John J. Mc Roberts, Cashier. the mayor is dead." Answer "Then in "Women and Men, ' will please a Higginsop, cultivated A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier LamaVi -TO "4iSt" 1,11111.1 0 i i nnsT there is nothing left but the funeral ora- audience y tit g. J3AltJ3JJj!jOCUAOTJjl!jiUAl! tion and interment " Man MANAGURS, J And Co. full of born of woman is of few days and P 3 33 -'t 130 a trouble, especially if he is mayor ALL uomraerce iJuuaing, Loui3ville. 5 POIN I'S OF STANFORD, KY., PER VEAR: extraordinary and minister plenipoten' 0 2. o2. Agents throughout tnc South I 3 aJH. U oo U now fully organized and ready for business with tiary: That! that! that! will get a fellow Harper's llaar Hirpcr's Maganne 4 oo into trouble every time. Oh ! miserable Harper's Weekly, . 4 to ' Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. man that you are; who shall deliver you Harper's Young People 2 O0 w- - A- - TRIBBLE, Local Affont, tj 15,000. from the bands and public acts of the ci. - - - -- 5 Surplus, I The volumes of the Ilazar begin with the first -- ." c rf X I S; m.m SIA.MUHU, I.t tC? . CS...O number for January of ouch jcar vVhen no lime Go via the Monon and get the Heat for the ty counc ' leait is mentioned, subscriptions uill bejiu with the SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL money. For information address c? ?; (TO ' 11ANK OF STANFORD, The Greeks mourned over tho birth of number current at the time of receipt of order JAS MARKER, O P A Chicago. , 5 llaund volumus of Harper's llazar for three . tt 5 & . ear back, in neat cloth binding will be sent by WGCRl'SH.D P, A . Louisville C?. f 5 P a.-- c .Now closing up) with the same assets and under their children and rejoiced in their mail postage paid or by express free of expense ' ' same management. the death. The mourned over (provided, the freight dots not exceed $1 per vol9 GOING . Hy provision of its chiller, depositors are as fully protected as aie depositors in National tho birth of the city council and will re- ume) for J7 ptr volume Cloth case, for each volume, suitable tor bind being held Individually Links, its shareholder or The day of a man's ing will be sent by mail postpaid on receipt of $1 lable to the extent ot tne amount oi tneir hock joice in its death g e therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the death is better than the day of his birth. each. Remittances should be made by amount invested in such shares. It may nctas : VV xecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as Man is as prone to evil as the sparks to money order or draft to avoid chance oi lots. faa 1 I Newspapers are not to copy this adveitlemcnt an individual Their departuie will be without the evprewt nrderof Harper & llrothers. us My upward. To those who entrusted their huisiness to I- ' s3II RPER Ar IIUO l'HKItS. while mnagiui; the Lincoln National Hank of the gain. Potters' .fields are Address New York Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks and .trust they will t ontinue to transact their business plentiful, but the friends desire a beautiwith us, oifeilng as n guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experiencecon-in ful cave like Macpelah. Some one sug eianking and a libcralaccoinmodations as arc gests Solomon's Cave, Middleshoro. Just kouiavillc 4 NasHv.tlt R. R. Ssg-jSrsistent with sound banking JjMafaof&rfct" ' . t G-A-Sithe thing! TheBignsof mourning will DIHECTOKS. be placed on tho city office and worn :!0 Is ihe line for on, as its J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, days, until everybody comes to town and M. Hall.Stuntord; J. aOnily takes a peep; the fiags lowered to half Highest cash market price J.S. OvvsWy, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford;! must and on the .'JOtli day, business will for ' Male cloie connections at ' NcaW (iwlB- - o I ill r Wt i. -I I J. E. Lynn, Stanford; be suspended nnd the public buildings A. W. Carpenter, Milledgevtlle; LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI closed ?0 minutes. J. O. Now land, Mas ' J. K. Ilaughman, Hustouville; For all points ' Cash, Stanford; tor of Ceremonies. Van Watson, Sentiti.X. J. F. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Stanford, Ky. seventy-eighone-lia!f Publlanod Every Tueadny and Fr day tux-paye- rs 1 Hucklln'B Arnica Salvo as you ply tho oars to tho nulphurioua The best lor waters of the lurid Styx, be not forgetful sores, tilicrs,salve in the word! sores, cms, bruises IJluc-Gr.is- s salt rheum, fever trticr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erun of the duty upon yon. Keep CerobiiR t and One liundiedand tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requiroi behind thee! Praise the Lord! Tho job ed. It is guaranteed to lmvo perfect satisfactioc. acres or good lind, In a lilgn staiegood cultivation ciblnsaiid Price c cents per bos. A large, splendid new barn, two or money refunded is done ! Will sell heap lhe outhouse For sale by A R Penny, Stantord, Ky. , mile Irotn Hustonville, K o This land lies "Subscriber" will now state no ho TAOv! S V Stanford Ky aunrantood Curo for La Qrlppo. will not be correspondent for any newt- advertised druggist to kcII )ou We ai'thorwe our paper, does not wish to buy, become a Dr. King't New Discover) for Consumption, . If Colds, 01TX.-S-partner, nor start a newspaper, and like Coughs und with upon this condition this Jou Cinpppamt will use Li art amVted according to directions, givm it a fair trial another of .loop's sayings, "They hne Having purchased the interest of my firmer mill pnermrc no benefit. uii mav return the bot done all (in the east end), there is noth tle and have your monev refunded We make partner. .Mr. W. R Mi i'her.on I ask i Dr. sham the of the vvonderfi.l ing left to do" but to thank tho editor this offer lccaue nverv dlirilli- - lust success f CIll- - and x Uof nit r.patrone of the people of Rowland t I will continue the caili husities . V.iv flla. season's k for the valuable space occupied in his demic Have heard of no case in which it failed. which llir tirm nf Hilton .1 MiPberson started out free at A R Penny i drug to do, and think I can easily prove vvhv it Willi Try Trial bottles great I. J , and the very many readers, store it Lfltgc sue soi and St beneficial to both mv customers and myself lor pounds gt inula instance look at these prices, ladies, gentlemen nnd children, for their ted sugar for Jt, Arhmkle s IiorTce s tents per Good Looks, pound and ill other goods in proportion enchores andplauditsof "well done thou (oosl look are more than Vin deep, depettjine; nav e on hand at all times lumber and hingles fur good and faithful servant." upon a hctlthy condition of all the vital organ. If sale j H Mil. ION. -to-,-ni rem-ed Farm for Sale 110 Al Z' FOR CASH '0toXZW4ZZJmfM'J .a lib-r- al wvtxmAmamL?&' i mi;Mrkmu-xMv& AI-- o 57-- 1 "4 York, tjul-kes- Huston, For Boils, Pimples carbuncles, scrofulous sores, diseases, Rowland, Kirst-elas- Kentucky. ITOW JDMOiJAPtTS, 0.-a- s Ayer's Sarsaparifla that CA)TOMlSA-Slot-pin- g i ' "nerve-stretching- ," l& MV R. GENTRY 1 Shoif-vs- Has Cured Others PRICE, MW L OR-I- s J. MEXEFEE, Shtt-vcpo- r. W&& m'jn i J 70-- tf " FOR V , I "w to ! ; Kentucky Central R.,,. POSTED. i ' . 1 Dr. II. iSunnellcy, yr llli-.fllV- , Harper's Weekly. il- fM-t- m FRMK , IRAIN-'CICINN-.- ; Sontb-lsoD- PENNY, i Dentist. new-stree- 'or o oj-y- oi . 1 I r. .1 , I 1 lli--e ao-tn- 'JOHN Twenty Iots ) TRAVELING -- rUliLlC. I I 1 - " I 1 N'otth-ltooos- 1 THt: MKPER'S vw. 1 ...v.. l. B- - - ll,vs.s... FIRST 4 -- I 4 11 I bloo-fcc- 7" Capital ..S200,000 I iss ..-i- . -.- irtm-'-z- jp PORTMAN -- HOUSE, . i- --. reiuade-achear- to 5-- 4- post-tGi- ce JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 1 ;HK la ,.-...- W anus-iro- 1 4 Dis-imo- KarsToTa-m- l iasssssssmsssml I - theN-Uiom- 111 A-- ncatnre-orcanurHlastb- e uniuter-tupt- ed i f 111 solic-te- d. if" Harper's Bazar. pattern-sheedress-inak- S i j E .,BBBBBBHm&- e J '. 1 -- 1 oili-cial- 's - o- "" ''" 1 ROYAL LIVERPOOL. nsr tax-paye- rs nsuranee Company,:, 1 1 Q fi --- fllflFii'U'.li WJRlvST 1 95-- t, Farmers Bank&Tnist MRFER'S PERNDICSLS 2S!? ........ lfl SIb 1 r:gs.0 t3 eg AxW ..... mljr,,xaV.!l,rh?t0iTA ip-.o- - VW tax-paye- post-ofik- o l?m ? S? fE6 : s "i Q.. -- $ B5i,f& rS, Pri- tw tax-payer- s' ?2.se vCX lfi '' vni LjCTaSa $$ ins msr jtohth SI" TarESTf I k WvrWr4wL TXT? h: : J MT v Double Tr.iliis 1 I ll Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow &c., at William Coach, nel. i$H 5-- S. IL Shanks, President. J II. Owsley, Cashier IlM-keeper, W. M. Bright? Teller. J, H. liaujhinan, General And as the clods fall, it is earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust. So mote it be. Iljntjuiat in pace. Ohario'u M. F. 33'jyr ELKIN & CO., KY, z'fjsif ?Su a "" s-s .v" rV STANFORD, risy? ilr;c"-- 3 -- 3- -r Having- removed my Ilarber Snop to the Com mercial Hotel, I am prbparcd to accommodate ladle, as well as grntlemen in anything they may vvisn in my tine cmiurcn aiso waucu on. tall J ESSE THOMPSON', InCommcrclat Hotel. LdePP3?.. -- HAGOAGE CHECKHD THROUGH. For any information enquire of t' L CLIFFORD, Agent. Sfairnr.t nv. u. f- W. W. Vr.aH. Trav. Pass Atrent. Junction City, Ky