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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891121101 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. HUSTONVILLE. IN THE MOUNTAINS Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11.1891. dethroned Arthur, who, literally i- - NO. SI speak-iii(- !. w V ) llllins fully as untimely a crave. About m yoiuiyatpr iweiubled at P. The I. J. Man Gathers Lucre For His Purse While work is closed down ut Mid ISern3 For His Paper There. and (t. DryeV luntVriday niu'ht nml bov.tmI doing n Hud I been t old a inoiith iio that I dlchboro, there nrc several ilrms tit ItiiKi'M wuro scorched bv indiHcreet good bueiueijB and of them it. O. & Kph would nt tills time be Beaichinn tliHjtnt tomplH to miiiiipultiU rwl hot candy. IVsntilnuton, composing the Jlrm of i'eii- rt'mirH to I'uioeldnl Academy of Kentucky for I.ntuiioii .!i nwi. sub Tln Hrorf., and Ilobinnou Ilnm., bohh and K'liberf, as vl om subject to Hinu my uiiigton tiuiMini; will noon be of Mr. James Uobitmon, of the Hubble I would have thought it old miiii; to, Was opened on- I'ev V. W. Ilrni'i will open u nni,.. ..... ' f ..... ..!,.. I., nt. .. tlttllflf ' ' colof onteriun ',.r , verj improbable indeed and no doubt, .V ncliool for boyV"' mi-pit'liiiuiiicn ini.u would have coneidert-the iiKneitiou iv luriimiiiu li kv. well tilled Htorei and wu' a decided wan cnll-iu- c a fals prndii tiou from btinniiigto end. Whilst (ieorye of hustling properties they have on hoiiio friend in town recently a Tliiuirs have cliAtiged, though, since poor fotged to the fiunt and will come under une.iU tblt'f (dipped on tbt front veranda llelMV gave up iter earthly existence, and the wire winners. JJy the way, Mrs. T. the suuib track M. I'eiiningtou, nnd too Ii!h Nchid of tool) from hi hete r iiiij again Mis ISe&sie mid Miss I made Home S or 10 jears ago. bievclc. Amanda Uocirin have just llttcd up in In :he room next to Messrs. Karris & Hardin, and the public uili make it pay to call and sec inc. These Wonderful changes have been wrought fhool at I.lthVn Mii .luliu Stncu'i houaekeeping. Tliey have a uplendid .loods wille sold Exclusively for C.tsh and at prices that ou can Hustle for the money. Having i closed lust Fridny after- - in that time and wVie it not for the fact homo on IMgewood Koad, with 14 rooms spent the most ol my life in the bus - ine, - ., I feel confident in'sajing that I shall at least be able to sell noon witli a wiriiy of mobt creilitable tli.it have seen many of the vieu im and a model in every particular. Mr. j the goods I shall handle as exercises by the little one. A .rood au- provements under construction, I could and Mrs. Malt Woodson, who aro alsO hardly believe my eyes when look on dience whs present. going housekeeping, will occupy one floor, WBm,w ,cx m mm An Individual not far from tliir place the H't'iieus it now presents itself. Mid of their building ami Mrs. Woodson is, diesboro whs tlien of course, unthought schoo ''iiinii for got even with the already here to get things in readiness. her boys by taklne their m1ioj1 of. I'liievillt) was a qu.iint county ecU, Dr. Jesse A. Anion, of Lincoln, has his ; l'irbotirvillo shingle hanging from a handsome oliice hook to the wood pile and chopping 21 miles from, a latbo.-dIn any market. The stock will consist ot a yener.il stock c t band of the to slip too Bbott for convenient candlo knew not of the might on Cumberland Avenue and is getting a boomer; Jellico was notot ions only be- lighters. fairly liberal share of patronage. Like Will Stage. Jr., ni enterprising cause of frequent killings ami other uu mot of the Lincoln county boys, he is t epNodes and laitly tho mention youngster rf little more that two years, not easily downed and I am looking k locked a lighten lamp ironi a nresiur, of a railroad through Cumberland mntin to hearing good reports from him. one evening l.it week, and the contents tains would have Iwen regarded ridicu-Ioi- h. Talkoftlie great Midolesboro Hotel Note the change The Magic Ci- closing of the bottom drawer er consumed be doors has leached my ears on ty is talked of as much as the went me several occasions. smothered. lore the Humes were Thi. would be it dead BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &C. Mrs. A. I). Heid has postponed her tropolisof New York (jmiticularly by ami President Powers should at this place from Dec. those who still own property there;: be ail means perish the thought. entertainment To those who buy for cash I say come and see me. The time for selling goods on time has passed. The 11th until Wednesday night. Drc. UUh. Pmoville, IkirlKiurville and Jelltct) are i:. c. w. only way to make money is to pay money. I was fortunate in finding a number of bankrupt stocks, The entertainment will be given at the now prosperous little cities on railroads 1 tlmt hae outlet t the South and ate fa Tickets chu be LANCASTER, GARRAIIU COUNTY. while in the city and the public shall have all the benefits of my purchases. . If I have made money in Christian church. boy in the Weathurfnrd's drug) miliar names to any cured at Mr. J. the purchase, Alex Kennedy, a colored mau, has oountry. Trains now run under the Moru. granteil a pennon nt the rate of .S Wo congratulate the Ivtmkioii Jock- - j Cumberland mountains as hint as they been per mouth iiHtd tn run on down grade. Taking in ; n M. on having Hicrebl in : : The brick layers have commenced J'aI to p'umin on the fctnll. In fact we to consideration these many changes, J" dlspenseHhn are e to expect from now hence? work on X. A. Thompson's store room on I don't s(h how tl shall have quite a line of good, suitable for XMAS, .uch as Table Linens and Napkins to match, Kichmoiid street. u th his invaluable hunting id confl'' h ptixzlM one mind to think of it. Toilet Sets, Draperies for Windows and Pallors Towel-.- , Napkins and an elegant line of Dress Goods Mr. John Arnold, an ased citlaen of I spout TMsdy at Jellico and Wil deutly xpctei a uolictj of "For Swle" I'piier Ctsrrrd. died Tuesday and was for the season, and in SIIOHS I di:(y competition. Come and bring our incttds who buy for cash. folkwi humsbiuv and nt ench place was ti appear in the ! cemetery of hte finl dcpftilnr. ingly well ior At tht fornittr place buried in the &3 iS31 afternoon. tzctp rsiff" widcum totlif Weft Knd, it KVts mr uleanurw to note, found a doubt r H2 ra I'M n&fia! The K. ('. will shortly begin the of ImprovfOieiiU since my lust numlxT Va. " 'gm In dHnnU WtSUit. Th Nww York A Undon Uwd erection ot a hsiideoine new Hieugur J. R. (irwu depot. We understand that it will not week Mlookiut: op for thw holiday inwlr. Cotupany, of which ny friend, WitMton ! Speaker Crisp built wiiere the old one stood, but d. I Ptwrortt wnt to Itorkwol lnt j WiJUMti. of fhitiville, is r diitctor, has will be built near the froight-hoti'-- e. 1 Tux Congressional Directory has tb's Sttnrdav on ptoffionl b'ifeinfc. don tttn deal of buddius xnd those Tickets for thu oiituitsiiinient by niitoh.ography of the new Speaker jrz y that Miiwts Kh4 Wrt snd ue Sutton, of whoftr in r potitiou to know Charles Frederick Crisp, of Anierieus, OvA... next MonDryanlsville. sttt riaiting in this ririmty. that city, which is half in Kentucky and .Mis. IteidV clew iu f'TijC- ' rD )) so was born on the 20th of January, IMo, Vk. ti day evening, are on sale at It II. lli Ksnuedy wan sroon i hert wHk tbt other half iu Tunuesjee. is increasing . W&LSsZ'trAja' nnlCl' dry good storo. Secure your tick iu Shetlield, England, where his parents winding up hw lalwrs m w.m-- J no. in bnth jvopnlation and busints inter eta now and lei's give our neighbors a had gone on a visit; was brought by Win. lMd's to a mort vnitifying extent, P. (ireening ha bought 3v viV"A lias the largest and them to this country the year of his ?3 'V'V Jellico i not Riprohibillon.town, by a crowded house. plant and fixtures ami projKjww fUpdy educa. wpyJ . . nikftcf Ttn ..Ar. pulling and pound party birth; received a common-schoo- l Thu candy l, as on will readily ... .w frrh meots. a a K. L.'.lU U!)fcr nig ns with the chou-es- t l ...VJVJ.jLO.i MOST COMPLETE STOCK -r' tion in Xivannah and Macon, Ueorgis, evrSiW. 'asMJ m u n.-when he enters her gates. To the pro-- given at the Mason lions-- ' Monday Mrs. W. f. WitliHins i still quite nick. ..TYi the Confederate army in May, entered , M USi JW H" 6 "" OF lubitiouUt it must be eotwidcri'd the ening by the ladies of tho Presbyterian ITEMS. in every Ihtil, was a lieutenant in Company K, FARM j iMAim Hll,i (jII4Ilorm, - ctiurch was a decided biiccess s T MJ&'scsr tlmt entire sec. About Sl'o was cleared. Com lOtb Virginia Infantry, and served with It is truly the distributing point imrtu-ulnrr- .sn -i- moii Wethl Iwiight of the .rVSv-- " Attorney llerndon acted as Ids tegini' nt until the 12th of May, ,X ever shown in Stanford at prices mid 20 nt '"r rwl liquor lovers, for on the platfoim moil wealth' hdgo itros. It) good utile t of war; upon neodlej-- to say that when he became a prisoner ,TufdRV I sw ."I jugs nt the "nasty auctionoyr and it is as low as the lowest. lt., - v .Mudinii-abl- y. his release from Foit Delaware, in June, Franca fms reeled the prohibition stu," Uhled snd remly for shipment to he held up his end oi tle log watch-maker- s in the State, Remember that I have one of the best lOOS, he joined his parents at Kllavillc, on American pork, which hiw existed vHous imrtiea In Whiliey and Liurol. James lieriiug. an Cbtimablecitizen, Schley county, Ueorgia; read law in who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to On queMioiiitix the exprvM ngent I was since lhRI. died at bis lesuleiicu four miles fiom Americas and Wh admitted to the bar from J. P send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old Will MoreUnd uform,Ni that the shipment, that day 4iiiifab4er, on the Hill inst., after bueral ls08; began the practice of law' Vtih yesterday 32 oattl, l.tW oidt., W(s umH(,Hy small slid that frequently weeks' illness. He was one of the most there in gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic in Kllaille. Geoigia; in 1S72 was ap Rt land th number of jugs, running in sixu A. K. PENNY. prominent men in that section the coun- pointid Solicitor General of the South ted and guarantee satisfaction. A. T. Knnnelby bought of Campb"" fmm half to r two gallons, run as high ty and had a iaige number of friends western Judicial Circuit, and was re- SamriHOii 5 band of lnitcbr Siull, 1,000 an 60 or W. .It seems tlint lCenluckiuns wherever known. He leaves a widow, a appointe in 1S7: for a term of four years; ' ivoumls avowge, at 2c. will have it. the prohibition brother to a large family of iblldren nnd u host of located in A mericua iu 1S73; in June, mwmrsmwnrMidazB3i, Fan Salb. A pair of sp4andid coch the contrary notwithbtanding. Funeral ser- 1S77, was apwointed judge of the Superifriends to mourn his I was fortunate enough to strike Wil horse. Itotli sorrels and good mutches. vices were held at the Christian church or Court of the same circuit; in 1S7S was . M. Owens, Htunford liauifiburg during court, and theiu was a ami after an appropriate address by Kid. elected by tho General Assembly to the , WM Hho f(jr,u. Tim tronblir over the iwwcco urow eMll )row, , t(H judge Frank, his remains were interred iu the suae oliice; in ISM) was Ht Wff VT ttk BH m k B 1 fB wU K Warehou-ie- , at Louisville, has eis imte in meeting up with my old cemetery at this place. for a term of four years; resigned that by lU tidinlbeion to the 1). Atkins, and cratic friend. lr. Jerry Mr. Owen W. Muigars, who has been oliice in September, 1SS2, to accept the (lunge. to him am due a life of gratitude. Not attending school at Nilppiugsutirg, 1M., democratic nomination for Congress , James ISoyd, of Fleming, sold to a p,, wt, taUuiu the "cheapest and is here to spend die holidays. M. l.ruun was permanent president of the demosteer which imi tlwv,ft lt, untwl j,,, friends to was in Louisville this week purphasing Hourbou man, a assembled in Mrs. A. II. It tee, .Miss Altie cratic convention which HI cents, velgbslV-tat ine purouaa (j ,, n0i , mr b(.vt,rMj j,ours ho goods. Mrs. Louis Landraui Atlanta in April, 1SS3, to nominate n and cr will exhibit him thnmgh the South chanted the Inthiuou JotitN.vt.'s praises MarksburyDanville Thursday shopping. and were in candidate for governor; was elected to for The News says h itourlion man sont lo tjK.m ujtj, Icwt pjwlsn,k. rt,rtults. The Col. Kd Jones and Maj. John Farr.i went ' the 4Sth. muh, ."0th, olet Congresses and T. II. wnseijuenco is 100 (more or less) new to (Jump Nelson Tuesday on business. iOO turkejsat n to Bjr on foot Cantoris cures Colic, 52d by a majority of 0,7'0. "Csctorla U ro well adapUl to children that Sour Stonsaeli, DLirrhaa Kntetation, Wilson, of the same county, sold 1..000 Hilwcribers were added to our list. The Miss Kugenia Dunlap, who him heen vis- to the 1 recommend Itas superior to any prescription Kll.n tt onus, gl.e3 Ele;p, and promotos dlhas returned ' doctor was II. A. Anciicn, 31. D., pounds of tobacco at an aerage of W Vnown to me " pentlou. postmaster during Cleve- - iting Miss Mary Uuinside, Nelson. Clay In response to an interviewer, Mr. homo "at Camp to her Without lujurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., UrouUjn, N. Y. M. F. Klkin & Co. bought ot Lew is Hmph adiniuUtratlon and during the Hunt, the popular drummer of Lexing- Cri6p, now Speaker, said before his elecTnc Ccntacr Coupant, 77 Murray Street, N. V Pudilerara lotof fat heifers at 2. of time studied niedieinu. lie is now ono ton, was here to see his numerous cus- tion "My record on the tariir question is, as Mrs. Uyw ater Homo fat hogs at :tc, nnd 0f physicians of his town tomers Wednesday. fou.10t Congressman Hatch, ol .Missouri, clear as that of any representative iu , in jlom everybody tinda a hold to Lnpt. T. A. Klkin abunchofsteors nmi who was a candidate for speaker of the Congress. at'-... w . friend ... , House of Kepresenutives. is a son ol LOST, ahyavs aded an,- Bvmpathized l wo vein linn iiuiiw The docket for the present term of the brown, with white noses, about IJ court is a heavy one and dark with effort, to obvaingenuine reform and aiul was also '.'.asSr of Uie the entire of tho hands high. Information leading to allotted time will be taken up; however, tun church at Lmcasler some f.0 odd positive reduction. their whereabouts will be thaukfully re- there aro no very important oases. A years aco. Dr. Hatch was regarded as a "Tim first vote I cast in Congress was line teacher and also a good preacher. ' for ceived. S II. Shanks. Carlisle in preference to .Mr. Kan good many lawyers are iu attendance died i of ,i.., J. A. Htueltitie, of Mitchell county, and will make it as lively as possible. Ills son. ueorge,hllii.tr in Missouri a ofnnri lWl the position tune since afte I. ' voted for the Morrison 1I.I"U8e,1 !'Hterthe for Kansas, had 500 ac'es of wheat this year Judge Iloyd is presiding "rflODEL GROCERY" and Common S. District Attorne in a manner hichlv which yielded l.l)00 bushels. He into wealth's Attorney Clark is and satisfactory to Mills bill. also at his creditable to himself government. Uepresentatiyo Hatch recently finished sowiug TOO acres of "I hnve made tniill'spetches in Con-wa- s post. They aro a brainy pair and will the quite sanguine of success and boast New York, in Massachusetts, in wheat for next year'n crop. . rank with the average man in ndvoirdu ed that Ins forces would stand linn . s I'.uU had a dull court day. Heat is true that his Missouri, in Virginia, in Ohio, in It po 8, their combined weight being till der all circu.nstani-esbrought l to J. Mules Georgia, and in feeding cattle numbered only live, but he hoped land, in Kansas and in pounds. dull. Charles Cook ollered at public Cheese, An immense iron bridge has just been to train Htrengt'i as the ballot advanced. c,lch and every one of these many a bunch, which were bid to joG. They completed across tho Cumberland at and so far as he himself was concerned Meed,03 r ,uve advocated reduction of ho intended to die in bis boots before he u'ljtjes cost him $01 as weanlings a year ago. Vilhau)sburg,ataco8tof f'..OOO. This would abandon the field. His motto j of course, I cannot outline in a brief -- The apple crop of Southern Imllnuu wm t,0 ftWav with llie oIu f.rrv aml j8 ' Lamps, Glass- - and Queeiware, Tin- - and .Woodcnware, Fruit Jars, I quantity una Bom(.lllin;. that hM i,ceu ncetied thcso all, this rock shall llv, "Ptc" taiiirbill such as would like tliissjasoii surpasses in one, come Jelly Glasses. &c. to seo enacted, but the report of my From its firm base as soon as I." quality that of any previous year, llie 1))n ,ara .. ..a tin. ..,. . speech on tho McKinley bill, published .1.1 - ...I.... l !..,.. .o ... nn. Williamsburg, like Stanford, is pretty .1 ..: This was valor worthy of a chieftain toiui viuiuu, J.N. MENF.FEK Kecord, will show how I stand on A. C.S1NE led armies to victory and If Dell IS aooiu -- ou,.uu uurruir, ii well supplied with dociora. There are who had seconded by the forces under in the lle properly t,e qlieBti0n." 0 which Jellerson county produced just 12 and four mote are soon to be add- his command iiiiitht have resulted in a Speaker Crisp showed by his speech bushels. ed. This is something of a contradiction splendid triumph; but alas for tho chickfirst 11 months of this to those who claim that Williamsburg is ens that wvre not batched; they refund ou being elected that he is a man of During tho lo "Hatch" and before tho termination sense and knowB when not to indulge in year Chicago received 2,000,132 cattle, theheilthiest town in the mountains. The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. of the combat, the immortnl live desert107,007 calves, 7,:!2,ol!l hogs, 1,007,81-From Williamsburg I went to thu ed their leader, went "bodaclously" spread eagle oratory. Here it is in full. SASH, bheep and 00,:KU horses, which is an iu Magic City and spent a' day in looking over to the enemy and left Sir Hhoder-ir- "Gentlemen of the House of Itepresen LUMBER, standing with folded nrmi. meditat- tntives: For the great honor you have crease as compared with the same time a'ound for a couple of lots tlmt a year DOORS, CEILING, uncertainty of human ing upon last year of 31,210 calves, 0S9.0.10 hogs aud a half ago I used to take pride events, thethe of tnp weather and the conferred on tue I return heartfelt SIDING, SHINGLES, state 1 discbarge ami 10.W1 sheep, and a decrease of in rearing back and saying- "I own nn unsettled condition of the country. thanks. I shall endeavor to Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. the duties of the oliice of Speaker with cattle and 0,707 horses. interest thei e." The prido has now de- Alas for political aspirations' , of Illinois, courtesy, with firmness and absolute im Representative Sprin-j"rparted and tho only regret is tho lots did Tho democratic caucus nomiuees was pquallv conlldnnt of winnine tho partialitv. i,Applause.) Let us unite in .. ftouse not hear it company in the flight. It is ppeakershii. and boldlv nunounced flint . woro duly elected officers of tho We carry a full stock of everything found in a against my religious principles to speak he "held the kev to the situation." Un- - thf lVt U,n our labors here may re of Pennsylvaas follows: James Kerr, .uly.incemeni oi me prosperX.XJOTB3GH evilly of the dead, hence I desist apu fnrintuilolv for him. however, he either suit in the nia, for clerk; S. S. Yoder, oi Ohio, for shall say little or nothing about Mid lost the key or it was stolen from him- ity, tho honor and tho glory of our be Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract 0. II. Turner, of New sergeant out in the cold to sym- loved country. lApphuue.) lam now diesboro, fearing that it might causo her and bo was left .. . . . ..nii.in trlHi IJonrpRpntntive Hatch anil reaU' t0 .iaK0 lU0 oaui ol omw- SINK & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. York, for doorkeeper, and L. G. Daltou, dried bones to or building. rattle and waU up the j who wore sanguine of auccess. of ludiana, for postuiHSter. J ' The i: N ew Cash Store Bkg cotn-dotu- d t 1 - d de-gr- Car-onte- r Wed lies Dry Mf J3 B Hchool-horM- 1 "v ) 1 cs-tigntii- ii! I LOW AS TH ey jnm Uo B0U CHT I I plea-wii- for-w- uid hi s, Dress Book Fmsliii mk lotions. -- give-aw- ay e-- t. per-din- j The Public Shall Be Benefited. - ! oxreed-noitiK-eiiie- , Nvr rrd Wti-tieedn- y 1 I i I Ths Old Sellable Jewelea -. fa in the Load. eloi-utlo- n Hat-sou- 's . i I tt Z2Z?r& sf tfrAW wi'fkru V A m . .ij-ar.i- k w-.- - LS A. R. Penny jug-ful- com-lud- e , 1 - j: ANAE - j ivvty .s- SMn-'ti- 1 1 l.J, r5".' i.irrTnrMr- At t " est. Watclics and Jewelry s irtvel , j I l. i t -- I 1 lo-w- . BnnBmTmfvfnBBMaH J demo-settle- d rt j 1 j , Infants Children. - V: ,.. t. I ! ! -- - 1 Sod Sfc jr Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, fr fenkr un-,7- ,. For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Bice, Pickles, Preserves and Jains; . Mary-force- , I 'Sue . ....o..w.. . ' r0,-00- Stanford Lumber Yard, FLOORING, LATH, BLINDS, k 237,-17- - I WOVEN WI3&E AITD SXiAT FE2TCS. ., - FIBST CX.ASS YARD. a t -- - j . a- f " . n Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Stanford, Ky., Deci:muf.k11, 1891. Meredith was elected to Con- gress in the Sth Virginia district by 4,000 i'ulUorpoi t'umrvatory and Norm.ii hool u crrre 71 liliril jre, Mum mill h,ip, nif W. NEWSY NOTES. and unlady like action, and felt in high m 1,1.1 1' o majority to succeed Gen. Lee. He iH j, Art I Xirllint ijiMrilini; department lautjgn inter n i ill n feather, till prosecutions were entered the United States democrat of course. The pin factori-sowhen they began to sing Dick Lundy was shot to death in Thk democratic caucus on the ."Oth against them, manufacture about 18,000,000,000 pins a verv low and beseech tho governor to nominated Charles F. Crisp, of the Kdgelleld.S. C, jail by a mob for ballot' of the anticipa- year. Georgia, for Speaker of the House, the pardon them in advance Tho democratic Senators at a caucus the murder of tho son of Sheriff Omits. ted jail sentence and fines. It is to be ."sr vote stauding, Crisp 11!, Mills 10., Mr. Gorman chairman and The sheriff was at his sou's funeral at I.TlTlUbUIIVi Mil. I. I. Cask. (Hickory Urovo Puriii. home will not interM ofJny Kitoc) Undue, K, wiy " Uirtr. iiik 1, McMillan having hoped that the executive the time. Springer!, Stevens Faulkner secretary. every known remedy, rcmowil a Inure lliinrfi Z will let these "ladies" learn by of two year hIiuuIIih:, from u 3 jcnrolil lllly, Z Fiank Foster, who wax to have been withdrawn on the previous ballot. While fere, but An explosion of tire damp in n Rusexperience that there are two ways of with three ninllcuUoiin of 1M) hung yesterday at Stark, Fla., was taken we weio for Mills because of his long sian mine is reported to have killed doing a thing, the right and the wrong from the county jail by a mob, whether ervico in the party and his close identipersons and 40 horses. j wav. fication with the policy of tariff reform, oil' the ttfust of Kngland Iwnt oi rescue or hanging him couldn't A storm It Initio hct nrermratlnti I ImververuKodorln'iiril it is more than probable that the elecand France capsized a number of vessels he found nut. The President's Message. of. 1 heartlfy recoiumrml It In all IIuimjiicu. Z Mi'-leis better for the democratHarry Miller, a son of Joaquin tion of Crisp Tiik President did not send his mes- and many crews were drowned. UVirtlf htmtlrcttt of .virh IciUmoiwih the poet, is in jxil at Ukiah, Cal , for ic party. Mr. Mills is a very high strum: sage to Congress till Wednesday, when There are :50,00 locomotives in the mVjT iTB A ilorn not k lOpilrr tiottle. ift St. roiiritni'n' f .r"l Ifliu a naui;""'" He is only 22 jeais 1,101,1:53 cars, of holding up h sttige man, excitawe to he had dumped a pile of printed pages United States and KtMiiinr mti r ! f Iru'to s mwmAm . K r VA" W. It. i:il)V At CO., Y and liable to go oil' half cocked anytime. nearly a fot high on the desks of the which 20.551 are in the passenger ser- of age and is said to have served a term lWA!JvXi iu the Oregon penitentiary. Crisp, while spirited enough, is muh two presiding officers. It contains 0 vice. The vote of tho House for Speak r During the tlrst seven months of more eyeuly poised,. md not half so easily words or nearly 12 columns, ?i inch rattled, l'.eeil said if Mills were- chosen es long of solid noupatoil. We thought the present year 140,707 emigrants wa: Crisp 2,'i.S; Reed s:i; Watson alh Speaker he would have him so mad in a at first to send it to our readers, but went from Great Pritain to the United atiee' S: Messrs. Mills mid Reed escorfi-t i Speaker-elec- t to his chair, iimidot week that he would he throwing the wouldn't one in 100 wade through it so States. gavel at him. It would not have been we epitomize for tho benefit of those Cincinnati Southern has let a the greatest applause of the democrats The CS The South Carolina House pased by quite so bad ns that, but those who who feel that life is too Bhort to devote contract for 12,000 tons of T.Vpound .steel nTfKW know Mr. Mills best say his high tem- so much of it to what one man, and not rails, to be laid on the 4th division, from a vote of 40 to Xi the prohibition bill. besetting sin. Mr. Crisp is a a very great man at that, has to say. whit h absolutely prohibits the salt of per is his Oakdale to Chattanooga. FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, Gov. McCreary kind of a man and well The message begins by calling atten Iu honor of the lady managers of heer. liquors, wines, etc., in any portion or 1110 transportation ot ei equipped for the position with a good tion to the comprehensive reports of the the World's Fair, Chicago, on and after oi wie PRICE HEADACHE AMD ALL voice, cool head and line presence. He heads of the departments, especially the first dav of January, ISlKJ, is to be ther by railroad, express companies, DISORDERS. etc., under heavy penalties. It was passZHTS FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Is the best suited of any of the candi- that of the State, "which has been char known as Shecago. Courier-Journa' ed after a hitter light, lasting two days dates for the pluce and the predictions acterized by an unusual number of imAt Ashland, while fooling with a re IPKEPAREDBY RICHflRDSOW'TAYLORMED.CQ, ST.LOUIS MO. The city of Henderson attempted to will make a presiding officer portant negotiations and by diplomatic that he volver, David James accidentally killed compel fc X, railroad the L. to pay city worthy to be clawed with Carlisle, aro results of a notable and highly benefi- his infant child in its mother's arms. sure of fulfillment. The talk about his cial character," including the Hehring He thought the weapon .was not load- taxes on the bridge over the Ohio at that Y point. The collection was resisted and protective preelections is the merest Sea matter, reciprocal trado arrange- ed. taken to the Court of Appeals, which de-as strong a tariff re- ments, the Brazilian revolt, the Italian poppy cock. He is In Virginia a butcher I held withciih'd that tin municipality was entitled former as the best of us, as his record row and the Chillian revolution. out bail to answer the charye of tether- to the tax. The case then went to the out of Congress will prove. Head in and All the blessings, past, present, future ing a blind bull on a railroad track, thus what lie says about it himself in another and imaginary of tho McKinley hill are endangering the lives of people on the Siipieme Court. ThcuttorucvH for Hen- -' derson argued that tlm Federal tribunal column and banish the thought that expaciated upon and the president al- trcins. had no jurisdiction, and that couit so a black eye in most convinces himself that the iniquitarifl reform has received Fulton Hall, a desperado, who bosMs decided. question of silver tous thingis a blessing in disgust-.Men's, Youths ami Hoy's Ovoroi.it., MuisSuit-- . from $. ;o up his election. On the that he has killed Oil men in Kentucky he is said to be as conservative as Mills On the silver question, as on the tarifl", and West Virginia, is under arrest at nnrt lllv Rlvor uts Irom i ?; up i$oy s Mice rants A nice line of L.nly s acK- and his lovalty to every principle of it is recommended that existing laws be Memphis. Ho is wanted in Iiooueville -- s. K. Owsley bought, WedneHlnv. of cts which we propose closing out in the next oilavs haviiii' redticeJ democracy is beyond question. On the given a chance hetore any mange is or arson. .'Sam (ioocIi 2 head of mountain sheen the prices percent, from former price whole the democrats of the House have made. The free coinage of silver, unA complete line of Lady's Custom made Imiic Shoes. j Four men were killed and 20 others at .'.! ,kt head. done exceedingly well ami made a be- der existing con litions wnuld disastrous- injured in a collision on tins Kansas Miss Mamie Lynn, of your town,' Men's, Youth's and Hoy's Hoots and Shoes from the cheapest to ginning which augurs well for the futuie ly affect our business interests at home City, Fort ott A: Memphis road at was the Kiittst if Miss l'nttie (.iooch, last the highest grades of Alter & Norwood's custom work. of the; party. and abroad. The silver producers are West Plains, Mo., between a freight and week. Miss luanna Dnddomr is visit-A full line of Dress Goods, Notions, and Underwear. entitled to just consideration, but they a construction train. ini! friends in Mrs. .Molly K. Whrclcr & Wilson's Sewing Machines, No. y, 25 per cent, cheap-ItfuxleThk failure of tho House to organize should bear in mind that the governis luck from M:k Skillet. Miss cr thnn the traveling salesmen. The P.reathitt circuit court, which Monday recalls the fact that tho Con- ment is buying and putting out of the iK'gius Monday, has :V57 lmsb on the lompKins is m iiarrodsburv visit-- 1 Car load of salt just received. liuhcst price paid lor Covntrv pro gress of 1S:M0 took 12 days to elect a market more than the entire product of docket, of whicn :500 aro misdemeanors, " n,r f,,hH- Hunter, of Virduce ami Cros Ties. Speaker, when It. M. T. Cave Hill Arodwny, taught by Mrs. lo for malicious shooting and wounding John our silver mines. ginia, was chosen. I In war ami navv departments are and nine for murder. L'ttn hiUMiiiks, was out a few diivs ago. Quiney Adams was chosen temporary commended and laud and coast defenses Inhn L. Sullivan was soundly Mrs. l'.'u banks has given purfrct ciitifai- chairman of the House during the time. recommended. The adoption of smokethrashed at Saucelito, Cal., by Jack tioii ami it is hoped that sho will cu.--In 1:5411 three weeks were retruired to less powder and the enlistment of In- Ashton. in a rough and tumble fight. ceod iu retainin-- : the celiool. She hs choose a Speaker, Howell Cobb, demo- dians as soldiers are also commended, Sullivan was drunk and Ashton was eonvinwd the petrous .as .well us our over H. C. crat, being finally chosen while the president grows absolutely en- comparatively sober, superintendent that she knows how to AVinMirnn. Ids whitf competitor. InlSooi thusiastic over the fact that the pension Gov. Brown has pardoned from the make the young ideas Rrow. it took from the first Monday in Decem- bureau luis passed on and closed dur- penitentiary the youngest convict ever Mrs. Heiil's entertainment at Ittiili NECKWKAK, ' ber to tho same time in February, ISM, ing the vear all the claims presented, sent to Frankfort. He was but 11 yeais ISnuich, Wednesday evtHiiin. wits unite . to organiie the Houhc, which was finally nAttitill.ctiin.tiii.i ;t ifnu II AA1 Iw.lii.i.l n, ' uui n unmanning ll naa it(uuu nvuiiiu ui of ag and was convicted of burglary in an enjoyable occasion. The clat-- con- accomplished by electing Gen. N. P. the beginning of the year. sists of young ladies and gentlemen of Cumberland county. Banks Speaker. The last failure before The president also has a good word The House, Wednesday, after the Stanford, all of whom iicijuittei! them- the one this week to organize on the for the judiciary and he concurs with readingofthe president message, at'- - selves elegantly, especially Miss F.io liret day of the session was in lSo, when the attorney general tiiut tho right in Saturday, with the under Burch, who represented the Kith Centu- it took "eight weeks, Win. Pennington, felony cases to it review by the supreme iourned until standing that a further adjournment ry and delivered an wav 011 boys. The of New Jersey, being llnally chosen to court should he limited. Attention is would then he taken until Wednesday, entertainment will bo given again at do- preside. called to the fact that Canada is doing a Henry Crowe, born in 171M, d ied at 8't'. Fridsy night, the istli, which we Progress is evident- thriving business in smuggling China- Valparaiso, Inil.. la.st week, aged !7 "'"? l" '""" ll"' P'casuro 01 auenu- Tut: Todd County CUFFS, GI.OVKS, ly not for its home candidate for State men to this country and he wants the years. Mr. Crowe was a hero of three k infracentering the service in IS12 as a librarian, Miss Maud Kirkhain, or it law amended so as to cover this wars, would never have printed that picture, tion. P. M. G. Wananuker also comes drummer boy. He served successfully : which must be a miserable carricature in for fine words of praise in his man- iu the Mexican campaign and in the war I.jrrar.l l ir. uil I'mm department, of thu rebellion. He has been living on her. A woman with tho kind of a agement of the Ji'i N.m. ' lleiri. 1'lmnlilU, Jr.w Num. r' would stand no which the president thinks was never in the life of a hermit for the past live face the Progress prints iiii., I'cirnu.ioi. sale in r.Ully MEN'S, WO.IIFN'S ll Milne .fa u.Umfnl n Ihr (iarrjril Cir i.lt more chance of being elected librarian so gratilying a condition. years. CHILHRICN S 'Mirt rtuder.-.t A long dessertation on the Indian 191, Supreme Court of the I'nited ourt in Ihc .iUie the Krbruary I irrm, oil of .,id than a horrid man in a field of ladies, and The nyleil imc, will Loving Gaines owes it to the lady and to inestion is made, hut nothing new or States has reversed tho decision of a Dec, 14II1, 1891, to the public to get a better cut or kill especially interesting is presented and Mississippi court, which gave one .lopes N. O. k It l'in Hie fir.t Jjyol thi llerembcr term, We are sure no lady with the the pension bureau again comes in for a verdict of against the his artist. i,i, nt the rourl. ell to pretty name of.Maud has a face anything praise. He thinks that the call for$l Northwestern railroad, when one of hidder l.iniiiln Lountvlinn befuie the llin hulu- -t to pay pensions the ne.it fiscal its conductors shot and wounded him, iliior in Jt pulilli am ,ut n a. m or thereabout, SMiifard, Ky like tho cut, which was evidently made the followini; lc. tlhwl pniprrtv year is not extravagant and those who with a rip saw and a cold chisel. the court below refused to inbettfusu .Wre.inl il I'ole. of I.aml, .iln.i Rected on say to the contrary are mistaken. IIjhIii; 'rk, in struct the jury that if from tho manner louniv,the water r.aly en the turnpike road Lincoln imireUMie lej.lhii: I). ommendations for further appropriaii of Sing Sing killed M. Thk mum. .luiiiinu 10 iiutiawviiic, about 0 mi Its Irom and attitude of the passenger the con- tn .ormer by electricity tions for the worthless census bureau tl.ice and from and a Loppy, the wife murderer, neighborhood ductor had reason to fear an assault and .S.iid land it hounded thu Monday in a very artistic and satisfacto- aro made and provisions for government shot under the belief that he was iu imlt,iiiinini at a .lake the centre of the Stanford and lluttunwli-tunipikry manner. There was no adc made and of towns in Alaska suggested. road and ornrr l the portum alh.ttcil to minent danger of personal injury, the v. The department of agriculture has company was ...malice incnicn j; fc. no yolet to .tun,' not many people knew of the execution not responsime. ciiriirrto .ante anl Civin., thonce ?. ji' K 1., Ilcuiquarters For till it was all over. The 1.4S5 volts, worked wonders and will continue to iitk. ma .miiriii il The Courier Journal's Washington to (men,. UkikpN 74 IJ touiik .niiriiiiuiuilivri ClX to a .tone. 17 pole for frrrili' in lluufillni.iu null tmiirirtiitif... which were shot through his system v... ,..... 'w . corner to ame and Hiram Craig; thence N " .IU.,.- mm . ' ij't. imni.nv 17 Pl 15 hnkti a loriH, loint-Tho Michigan departure from the usu to Crai 50 seconds, killed Loppy before he was KJLV.' V V O 7 K. 61 Hill victory and a Cleveland defeat is all theiKf .V ',row. I. ole 5 link. t itif elili.nf Iho turnpike aware of what was going on. It must be al method of choosing presidential electhcure with .am.. V w So far as that goes, as many of Me., thence 6( W 4 pole.; Ihi.n '. mighty trying on a murderer's nerves to tors gives the president a chance to in rot. thelites. l... Cleveland's friends voted for Mr. Crisp 70 . 4 ilei. Ih. thence S. 60 V. 1, ple thence ft. j W. 10 link, be killed like a dog, with no chance to veigh strongly against the "gerrymand as for Mills and a number of represen- to tee bifiuniHg, Luiituinins 6 Aure. ill iole make himself n hero or a martyr, but er," and he recommends such regulation sale will l,e made n a credit uf o and u votthe month., holid required id the purclia.er with that is the best way to dispose of the by constitutional amendment as will tatives opposed to Don Dicker-so- ellect otpergonal Mvurity. haini; the lorce aad a judi;meiii, with o pel cent iuterct secure uniformity and prevent disgrace- - ed for Mr. Mills. That Mr. gentry. date until and Senator Vilas and Mr. Hayard. trcm until all (Mid, renrviiic a lien uuin thu fill party juggling. While not exactly land the pjrchae moiiev i paid. Or the :.:- -' members oi the House oil, recommending the force hill, Mr. Harri- three of the ollicers in Mr. Cleveland's J..M DAVISON' M.i.ter C'om'r Lincoln Circuit Court answered to their names Monday, J no. son grows quite eloquent on thu subject cabinet, were for Mills, cut no figure; not JI. Wilson, of Kentucky, being one of of free and fair elections and suggests more than that Senators liorman, Hrice. : the absentees, on account of sickness, that a non partisan committee be ap-- 1 Kenna and a dozen other Senators I ' and one vacancy existing by the death Doilllt'd In I'ulmlv nnaiilr tin, niillix- - could name, who favored Mr. Cleveland, supported Mr. Crisp of Gen. W. H. F. Lee. The membership and secure unanio.itv in ,.,.. I.in "lii Circuit Cuiirt ... " i Louisville has just sullered another L'" ' II A. Kliole. .Vi . 1'l..ini(lf v. I r.ri Uk..U ' is as follows: Demoirats 'I.l't, republi-8- 8 remove or mitigate the evils that beset Defcnd.mtj S.ilc in I .iuly Tuesday evening and alliance N In the Senate all the our election system. An expression of nppnlling disaster. lly virtue of a judment of I.lmoln members were present save four. This gratification on the many evidences of lire broke out in the Hoone Paper Coin-- 1 Court reiiiUred In the ulinvr th tIed ac Circuit m the 47 republicans, I'M demopanv, on Main street, between (itli ami Oi toher term, n,,i, I will on body stands increased unification of our people is crats and two alliance men The last vouchsafed and the president reluctant- 7th, causing a money loss of tCj.OOO. The Dec. Kltll, 1801 ' Senate stood republicans ."il, democrats ly brings hi lengthy message to u sniouldering heat from this lire caused , . ll at pubik l,...o.L,,.l.,,.v':r. ' ."17. mi i.xolomon in an adioinim" bnildinir at . close. " ".''. " "' '"iici Kiuiier. on lhe nr.iLu.. ' ' morning, and started aroth-- j 'h"0l55t','ii.edproperiy,i,,.wii Ai, 'Qa'UmaI T4v-- 1 mP N 1 1 It is not a great state paper, except i at .'::: next The national democratic committee Kv. A rVWMVV length, but it will compare favorabl ci ruiiiuiKiiiiiuii, nii i. " ..ri";i MiciiHjiiiii.uiiiiiriiK, in 11111:0111- ai .. ?.t,; !....." .l 7 lioiindeil thu .. , .1.1; lleninnin.will not meet till .Ian. "il, 1M, to decide , M Hie milltlings ami hwm " ...um.c-rgerIn line of Mr.. TlTJTJllGg I' . nk upon the time and place for holding the w th the average and the president is to StrmiL. A fin.. Woolfnrk. PaVDO ct Co.. s.n.p.oi. line X.o.iiK A? t.ole. and. '.' , .nl.",' .! Uh her . democratic convention. It will be known - congratulated on abstaining an nine " L.,.1 llllo- - WIInn - Co.. hut .....mlf,.,! -... !V,....? !?.Lwl1"'' ' ,1',U'..- V, K. ,M . , . . iV v "f by that time, probably, whether the a i he does from partisan recominendii '1 IUI1 III II ll; in n ., i.neN.,i.: ..t, s po. . . ., - . I ' hi. iiiiio. viil, M."..,,:s .. "..?j PIe ollnl T' "1111 Ml '" liicilicil J ' Ml. J a u large democrptic majority iu Congress) tions ami for the generally patriotic sen .1 few bonis later a square away N". 7M W. is pole. J5 , has made itself such a fool as to render timent that pervades the message. from the scene of tho previom, .lisasters p'ole. t TZL&Wi'i'l a convention unnecessary ami me elecL'i1, ;'"""n.-'"u-'iniiim Atre. .mil n.i Col. K. I'olk Johnson is kind eunuch another exnlosion anil lire occurred iu ui an impossi tion of a tlemoratic president r;lV," ? "'"'le x"d iletirahle Kami, in to make in the Frankfort Capital this 'the Christmas goods establishment of a u'o.i.1 neij:h!H.rliil and ha. upon it a bility. A. Menne & Co., resulting in the lUeli-home, new corn ciil, lrn.omloriulile nice notice of a pair, who, feeling that! z and o..t buildliis.; abundance womeu, they are unworthy of it, are nevertlie- - destruction of the buildingand thestock, andulher improvement...I wa.r, yoiiu orchard A scoKKor lessof 'I'enni made calling themselves tho Kqual Rights As- lessproml and appreciative: !;. C. Wal-- i the burning to tleath of 12, and proba- - month., twoSale will I... four 011 a credit ofi year, and in.tall of Kentucky, met in Louisville ton,' the hustling business manager of hly 1:5, girls and one member of the lirm. inent.. bond, required of the)ear., mnal villi an. uociation purcha.er perwnal e ef Thursday and inatle numerous resolves the Stanford Intkkiou Joik.n.u., has tried Fire Chief Hughes was seriously, if net feet ol a judgment, nrlly, a having the fce and aid with lieu retained upon in vain txj leave Kentucky and iu the fatally, injured in a collision of his bug- - prnpeity until all the purcha.e money 1. paid ' And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r be men as near as they could, to to do all kinds heamii: intere.t at the rate at', per cent, per nil 1111m Irom la'o tunately but few of them were from latest issue of that paper announces his cv with another vehicle. Ail these (lis two bond, to until paid the imere.t ..n he la.t of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. lo paid annually. Kentucky. Tlie women here are satis- intention to remain in Stanford with one asters occurred in less than 14 hours' Said ale will be nude for a division ol th? .inionit the station, which is the of the best brothers a man ever had, and time and in the summary of losses are llbude., dtceoked heir and uidow of Or K I " Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all kours, fied with their (' M. DAM-Owith ono of the best country newspapers embraced 1" or IS human lives and more M. C I. C C day and night. proudest od earth. K. K. F. WALTON. Nor long ago the Woman's Christian in all Kentucky. There remains but temperance Union at Madison, Kansas, ono other thing for him to do to be per made a raid on Delmore's drugstore and inanently settled, and ho knows what after breaking up things generally pour- that is. 1891 Yes, and from all appearances, he ed out all the wines and liquors in the street. They thought they had immor- seems to be tl.vlnc to that end talized themselves by their anarchial f than a half million dollars' worth of proper ty. Times. During the last month the pension bureau allowed 22,2": claims, upon which the average payments were $121.-20. Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M , President. . Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, I 1 1 nip .gg , -- 1 QUINN'S OINTMENT, W r, "w" lS Wlilti-linll,.N- -- 17,-00- DOCTOR TAYLORS 4 URE F0ROI5US& Mo o l. SO. MALARIAL 1 ' W firdkokkiy, Urao Orchard. Ky . DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. ;; 3 . Lorjans-firpp- k 1 Juw-uiiiiiu- J y I iu 1 OVERCOATS, COI.UUS, i s ' I Heavy Undepweap, Dpess Shipts, AMI j Commissioner's l Sale. post-ollic- o . .lluiidny, oiurt-liUH.- e HEAYT HOOTS, FINE SHOES. M'ROBERTS & HIGGXINTS. i Mt)-j..Kl- it wa-de- 4 111 111 . 11 B.K.&W.H.WEAREN . " rtrBIHiiiiii-iiLnion- ,l, . -- r . f V PC jH j', Heating Stoves, n 7j-l- d Commissioner's 1 , Cooking Stoves, Stoveware, Sae. Stovepipe. W. B. IVIcROBERTS, DRUGGIST Tima AISTD Satlirelav, 1 '.:.., '".--'"'"t- JETarEI.EH, -.1 . 1 1 . ! 1 ::. ... z ... A- . - ?.....". ' -- 4 . uT 7 iM''. ci"" 1 i Newest .- I stv es .. ... hannvstatmnprwanH ..... "whi. The Bast and Purest White Lead and Oils; Tah otc .fc.wwB .. short-haire- ''"k Ready Mixed Paints and Neat's Carriage Paints; Sil- U d -' I Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks t,ro-cee- dj To-t- d N, ri fc.c: y..y'i . j .n jj. ta.1 ''srysa -i "&& Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal Waxtkd, it Co. car-loa- oOO Turkevs. M. F. Klkin MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. w w K Y d Kitusn ol salt. just received nt riage ol Miss Iva Murphy to Mr. C. P. 1, 1891 li. K. mill W. II. Wearen'M. Htanfoiu), Ivy., Di.ce.miii.k Stucky, at the residence of her grandparents, Mr. W. H. Duddernr, Monday Jooi cnrnly at 10 cunts n pound ami next i.t 7 ..... p. m. other things jtiat a.s cheap. W. H. I5ra- B. o. Madison Delancy, upon whose, bend! dy. t'J. I I'Uf to I (lib minii-- nt Ul ...I....... I !!.... who had led two other itomen to tho aluig MEANS BUSINESS. To Foil Kknt. Residence now occupied someby W. M. IliKitiiiH. Apply to John M. tar in his time, was married nt Crab OrKnokavino beautifully and urtintica.ly MeHoburtH, Sr. chard, Tuesday, to .Mrs. Martha Campdune at A. K. I'cnny'H. bell, n widow of 10, who also entered Yot'it account it. now ready. Please Tim report current here yesterday her third matrimonial alliance. K. I'oiiny. call and settle. A. Mr. Win. Landgraf came in with IIavk your watch, clock and jewelry tliatn Crab Orchard lady had committed impaired at A. U. Penny's. All work suicide by cutting her tliro.it pioved to Anton Honeker, Wednesday, to help be without the leant foundation. warranted. him get license to marry Miss Wilhel-min- e Ki:m i:tnut tliatall nilverivaro. watchex. to Platzek. Tho ceremony will ocwill A Lorisvii i.k doctor Bays that when a rniKH, &i ., bought at A. It. at the Lutheran church, I e enuraved free of chaw. man feelH that tiie grip in getting on to cur on the liim, thubest tiling he can do in to to Ottenheim. Mr. Honeker is a widower PERSONAL POINTS. to bed, keep himself covered up and of !., his prospective bride, a comely uiHiden of -- l. I)it. I. II. Cook is down with the grip. drink but uhIIIh. Mit. ItmiBitT Kksui. wont to (.incliniMDEATH'S DOINGS Hank Stwk. I will m- - publicly, tt yesterday. 1 ami 2 o'clock on January court Mrs. Susan Walker, widow of n We si it. W. F. McCi.miy went to Mt. .Ver- day, on the rainier of the Cniirt-- I louse Haptist minister, is dead at Harrods-burg- , non Wednesday. Square, W shares ol Farmers Hank and aged SO odd. MitH. .M m.i.n ii v H mi u.n returned from TruitOinprtiiy stock. K. J'. Owsley. The Winchester papers tell of the Lmiffivillu yesterday. Cor.. W. S. Mii.i.uii piiBHtid through to Jiimik W. K Vah.von wan the only death of Mr. Hichanl Kmhry, who died Knoxville Monday nlylit. man ii tlifH section who vim outspoken on the "ith of pneumonia. Mr. F.mbry was a nephew of and Ih vfaltiiiK Mrn. .1. II. for Crisp for Speaker. MiksSi'k Kot'T lit predicted bin married Miss Huttiu Dr. V. Fowler LanS-C- . Ilull'ioan, of OnctiHiit lliurnd.shuri:. election from the Mart and thereby Miw. J. 11. (iiimi, of Columbia, came airain doiuotiHtnttud bin astuteneis an a caster, and she with two children survive him. May the Father of the fatherup yehterday to attend the funeral of her politician. less and the tiod of consolation to the father. Coi.. WkMii received a dispatch from widowj support them in this trying Mits Maim l.uu, a dauulitur of Mr. T. Caddom, Texflf, Dalian, Texas, yculerday, stiitine. that bin hour. J Hatcher, ban Koue to Mr. II. H Saulley, who had sullered niece, who wni Mnt Kate (hum, now to teach hcIiooI. the wife of Dr. II. I.. Mebuuriu, bad pre- from dropsy for a year, tbeonly sickness Mn. K K. Iltiiiitcc.of tho Central Hee-orreturned Tuesday from it eeycral sented her husbuid with a boy, their of consequence in his long life, died rathflrht born. er suddenly Wednesday morning at ! days' unit to Uuiirtvillti. o'clock, the disease having attacked his .Miiwea l.u-l- a Mitt. K T. UoaiHsiKii and A. 1.. K kid, of IajihIoii, wih inilicHxl and Orach left yesterday to vinlt Mrn. at the recent term of the Tufted State heart. He got up as usual that morning, but fell down from some cause and scar-le- d .I.thtt T. (iaiio, in Dalian, Texan. district court for failing to c.iny A. 17RBANSKY, his face considerably. A sbortjtimo MiMil.r llKAlia returned from a after c iilrclini; to do ho. Monday after being placed s. on a bed signs of dis- Main Street, Stanford, Ky, MHit to .Mrs. 1. 0. Saitdidjre, ycMtciduy. ho iave bond of $XH) in each tune on solution showed themselves and soon u briniiiL' her and Stewart with her. tbreo iiidlciment'i. - Courier .loiirual. long.useful and honorable life was ended. Mn. T. A. IU.smin, wIioho school in A liooi) crowd attumleil Mr. Keitl'ri Mr. Saulley was Iwrn in Wythe county, cloeed, whh here Huh county ban .just eutertMinment at Turncrm-illami Itusb Vn., Nov. Is, lhll, making him a few NO- yehterday to see the superintendent. and the youtiK la lies acquitted tfeekspast fourscore. When be was 17 ir John A. M HoMKirrs of Gorbiu, wan fiSKfiftl He m loeuihoive iiioh eretiiuniy. Jiiey no his parents moved to Kentucky and lohere Tuesday ami Wednesday. L . jm Iom-tioto Crab Orelinul to morrow night, where cated in Cumberland county, where he not imrt.cnli.rly s'rwk with bin Upright and Horizontal. it is liopwl they will tn yraetenl by a staid for several years, when bo went to Stationary, Semi-PortabMonticello and engaged in tho mercan and Portable. All iMiheI tie full hooe. Mn. Wm. Dam.iikiitv sizes up to 26-hortile business, in which he remained fori power. pueiiinoniM and i netting wall, but Mrr. Tun New OhIi atoru of John S. a long time. It was there that ho wooed ' in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Uncqualed Dougherty is down wiUi Uie drwidml Huu'lnfi In a daisy. lirory piece of uowla and won his wife, who for nearly Vi Durability. is now, the rotMii is frenb ami iiimt and yuttrs'has been to him a loving Write fur Fro Illustrated I'amplrtx it, I jour nam to and true Mnn A'uxih (ioiu.iN ami Little Tim orerytbiK m in rtrwt rla!N onlei. Msh hulpmeet and who survives to feel his, left for Middleslmro TnwKlay. Squire Annie (irren CO., and Mr. purvou Cbtek ai 1'ciinun.ton and Mim Foxi will not ro are the clerk, wihtel tmK3nirily by losi. ShewasMimi Kmilv Cbrismiin. NMV NOKK Cm P OHIO sinter of the I ite and of Mil later on. Mr. Tom Mike Chrisiiian. circuit clerk of Hoylu. L, Mum. N vsmkOhkh." and soil I'M jww !i,;'rr;;,,,ene7l,,'li jii party tiii'ls a pecu, K.7. when Mhs. Apulia Uooim willed us OiHt They were mrr,ed May od throuch to MorrMowii, .Vnii., yes! years of age, and loM terday, wlivtu they will HptMiil tliewlntor onrTnoMlay paperH ltrt1 not been rwly-in- i she was barely seven children were born Judge them hotel. at IIittloiivtlle the !Hb. The mail serXKW A1)VEHTISKIFV -. at Mack Thurmond'a For on the C S. Hoeing to 1m all out of M.C Saulley. Mrs. C. A. Cox and Mrs. iKN. W. J. I.INWAM, Of vice i ah a Inuhly entertaining sketch in the kelter Aiets the clianue of tteliedule and Dr. (irmly, being the survivors. Mr. man of IiiihiIIo Critic, etititliHl "An Old Time wehowSupt. Hurt will get after bis Saulley whs a in "Ante tine mind and took GOOD great interest and national afclerks with a sharp stick. C'hriAtinuN," written in bis bent vein Acre, I wi-- h t it II privately my Farm fairs He was an inveterate reader, bail runtml the Mtu.Uc.1 iS mile mirth of SUnford, Kv . u Uie Mils. Moii.ik VY Tut: next two Issues of this paper will of iiewsjKipers, and theie were l)mivill pike Will lake plwMure in howmg to John H. Crait! brick boune on Main tn pun hse Apply to any one JBKIMIT 48 in It after Jfli.. J. as usual be enlarged for the bnueilt of few better (totted men on geneial substreet and will jects than he. An ardent democrat and ChristmsH advertisers, who will be ' .then Mrs. V. C. Vtren will o at low rates. The renders, a sympathiser with the l.ost Cause, he bonne now occupied by Mrs. Kate 1' t will be iMrcfully isired for, for in ml sullered for opinion' sake during the I hMt-warn every peron from hunting on or diimn to a full supply of good reading, war and afterwards, both in body and in pixtliC thr.iugh my farm or Ihe arm generally x M. HriuiKTT. formerly Couski nig m me we wilt print in the two numbers, a purse. At an early age bo joined the known a the MiCarty farm now htall", and more n Kwy perou panting throiicli mid Urm without the Courier-Journa- l I I t : cently in journalism in tlm far West, '"""iiinii nun novel, eiiiuieu, "Agnus Methodist church and lias since been an iicrniit'.ioii will lie prosecuted Do not miss it. Uruyilnu. actie soldier in the service of his ComluiH become a traveling correSondeiit of mander, from Whom he plaudit, "Well the Chicago dailies. He is in Hnehoaltl. SA.I-EHoinm I! ti ks. Hound Trip excurmaking a reputation in sion tickets, l.Tiil nud thiough, will tie done, thou good and i.iithful servant," and seemsjto be has at last fallen upon in tears. IwilWelhit pubu auction, 1 the Kinf Karin. iiuwHjmpf r circles. Louisville Critic. sold between nil stations on the KenWe cordially invito the ladies of this vicinity to call and inspect our The funeral services were held at Dr. 011 the ILumlle pike, on Miss Maik.iiui (Jkaiiwi, the pretty tucky Central and Louisville & Nash29II1, 1891, ('. A. Cox's at 1' 10 yesterday by Hov. W and accomplished trimmer at Miss Lie ville Hailrond.at 1 Hares, Dec. 'JO to '.'), complete stock of everything to eat, received fresh from the markets. 1 hp ffiltnuint n..r.an.lllV " K. Arnold, after which the remains were ! Bojuloy'a inillinery p.ulors, will leave and '.Ml to Jan. 1st inclusive, (iood reooor KibaircN ol Com In the rib, p.nrof l head of lul-- , some Morse Stock, interred in Hutlalo Cemetery in the pres- 16 iVhand We have spared neither time nor money in selecting the followin-good- s for her borne in Cincinnati in a few days, turning until Jan. .. Particular attenpouiuls oi louaico. s "iiiiict toour ence of many friends, who bad gathered hherp, Host. UI'oiiltrv. Itoutehold anil Kitihen good wishes of ma- tion is called to the fact that Caltle. taking with her the excursion to pay tiie last tiibuto of respect. which we offer to the public and which are strictly California 1'uriiitiiru Tenut nude known on day of tile J. (1 1R IN. j,, ,i ny friends made bere, all of whom will tickets can b- - purchased to any station be glad to know that she will return on the L. t N. system on above dates. productions: CHURCH, AFFAIRS. Alain next season W. H. Mi HoiiKitrs is opening up the Hov. A. V. Siemore will preach at finest and most comprehensive stock of White Oak next Miiulay at ?, i m. CITY AND VICINITY. Christmas goods overseen in this marThe American Catholic chinch rollfi Asi.oKt.t weatbei as ever came in ket. There is evervthimr tliat is novel a year into the treasury of Leo Dccemner has prevailed since Tuesday. j and now in the toy department and Ky. A nice lot of China Dinner and Tea Sets just received. Examine them. the N III, in the form of I'eter'a pence. more valuable articles are displayed in I're.tchiiiL' is announced at .McKen- tonight are going 1o Tui: Minstrels ., . lavish prolusion. . npt'cial lino of .lree chinch .or Nitunlay niui.taii.l draw a big crowd. Oct your ticket Ht watciies, diamonds and jewelry of every tlllV UIOriliUL' lie.Nt llV tWO of thestlldentK' 'l'Iiee Furniture all well improted andA u ome. ... 1. limit, running ill ie from o to 500 j description and silverwaie of the latest from Danville Theological Seminary. nchnes and Cnnilerini5 then l.aliiy, theirturnpikv and r r A reader, who has devoured all of tilitynftmi Ni:w Sweet and S)iir Pickles, Mince designs have been added for the holiday. nad that hriliB market rllit to on r door, i' v at A. A. Call and see them. Meat, Hominy, Heans, TuIiiiiiiiv'h peniioiiH, K.iyH that tiie sermon arc cheaper than lht Land of any other, omit. .1 1 c.iriel a hum in the co i Warren's. he preached I not Sunday in niven word tllifinState mile lierv a depot from (LATH AI.KKAXPKK'S MOl'KL, er Homk Ton TiikIIoi inw.s. TliiMJueen I'lic toiilily I ihecUed with turnpike riiiini. i not .1 puhlic rood en photo cc Crescent Houto will sell l.olidav ex- - for word in Iih volume of sermons print in ecr direction Tli-ris the time to. have your ed in 1;7;!. .i.i.nniiui.iIt tHriiii; the ouniy sen iiihi i X WVhaveilie Knowillc liralich ol the I. graph taken. Christmas is most lienM cuision tickets to all points on their line I). I).,1 k .Inldmutliei-oiiiit. Italleher, KlCllt I CV. .lolltl from Kat to Wet and the picture would make a and to points in Ohio, Indiana and Mich-nic- e Kiii.si-otm- l iuhI a hauilsome C R. .Vnrth M ... R HiNlmtinfti.eiiineHsiinr Ijinia. C.'s .. R.1 ln.ui.nrl.. ...... nwiIi; ll;t m...ww R. f) . . ... igan and authori.eil points north of tliu irom inn piiiiii iu v.iin.1.. ....... r.n.oni. lliC ... ... Cor. present. A. J. Harp, Stanford. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housfull aci vi la the markets ol died at New Orleans of heart fail- at WiiicheUT kiviiic Ohio river. Also to points east of the iana, h.ne thru- large wcrld. He was a native of lli. wh.Je in the Ilcide. thatgiveds a market ure, aueil "c years. county LOU IS VILLI:, KY. I'lJiir MilU Tiik members of the Odd Fellows Hall .Mj(,8j8Sj,,,,j rjver utuj H0t, 0,-O,io Kentucky and he and (Jen home, our jram richt Castlciuan fur all ol the mountainM reiiwis mid the develop ol Katern and inpnt Association will meet at Oibl Fellows W. R. LOGAN, Potomac rivers. Tickets will be on South-e.iter- n Kentucky h iailroadnnd the outA. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall,, Clerks. Hall Dec. i:, at: r. , to elect olllcers Lale ,.,., L.0th to Wtb, inclusive, and married sisters. let Sonlh hy railroads ha created uth a demand ' War.-a-w Hev. W. T Marker, prmeiiilcrth.it uecan for all kinds ol for the ensuing year. A. C. Sine, Seen-- 1 p,,,. a,,, t0 JHJ ,( j j,.j8jvi, i: Church outh, closed ofa nieetine, M. utarndy rrl.iin core.il' and imne ninsuiiipiioii enough at ce iieroiit and kind, I he people are pnprou Good for return till Jan. .th. l.s,.f ,t"ry. For (.ihent here with i;!Jadditions and 2 hy letter. licliewiu....m. 1. ChrUtuinity and ediicution ... Ili..- ..i . .. 1... U .....I .int. I . fi '"rthor information write to or call on . . . , a iiciiiiiiNiiii'u ... .1... ......... l.u, ii. ... not A in... aemlameTf the members . I. t has neen on that cucnit nine weeks rfC, I ,,,1, and i hi-iioueof OneenCrescent Houte. Stanford, tliecounty cnt uf I iikoIii. :a a pro.-aDinden. Lodge No. M, Knights oi Pyth- Htitu nit ks nf wiai nine n.is li.n peroll,iltleClyilr afwlll iiV)inh-ii- taint ami u ias, is re.piested at Castle Hall Thursdayj thercat and from from the North oulheat,.. KlRe.Wliile Mn m.dMis. A. F. Mob-nigh- t. eimilted.,.111 four lllOtracted .. llleetillllH,. lt- - e..t btitll dnoray the Northwe.t toand North-k in- , ,.,. , , be trans-- , Important business is to . UI.IIIK . (.nIijr iiiiiimuiin .imi .hi i uiiii'iaiuiiM. .n,i ttandmK a it uoe sailis runt nun inu nov c.-VailKh,.H iry A ,u'le'' ArIW iT--T TT.R The llopkinsville South Kentuck-ia- u omofthendeel..pedmonta,i1Siof.Soi.tlie..nern Xt TTPTT7"T7T 13T7-m Tuesday afternoon their residence, on . h irtutf- -. IucUcmI itn 1. ,.!..... ..... 1. nl.m nays that an ellort uill he made to ri'fJMHI Ol IIIC OltllV Willi IdlllWHO 1'imii", .1..'ufca Hkai H tfc Howkii Minstrels will hold the Crab Orchard pike, caught lire from makc it naturally 1,. all itttintii , some uet liev. II C. Morricon to preach the .t of the !et ofthcomtM. In the South ftir ibC.itnl town unexplained cause and befoie they nae the boards at Walton's Opera House to-ai.a dedicatorv sermon of the completely re- - mannfacti.,e are oih.r ""JV'.w." '".".r'VViT, now niKlit. Come in and see the parade and could get there it was falling in, conse-st- ay Work , . atr oi . mne iiuu extensively unproved ahnuc the town aDom v to the show. It will pay you, if quently all that was saved was a sewing nioiieieii Sf"All work warranted. ' Watches a Specialty. machine, feather bed and a clock. Tlio Methodist church. The liaptista of the ,h,r,VVj:?th :ldd.p,1l"a you love to laugh. s closer 1 will take old rold or silver in exchange for were also consumed, name town have raised jl 1.000 for a new J goods. Iioiim-ard re. Uie la.t lew iearani U huliif Ti.k li. A 0. lias put on a fast vesti- - ,llchllHllK tlu, Hmoki-lioiwith the win! church. t.i. .... .. u iii uupare uilh larger citict ui greater bule train of Pullman and other mag- - ,ur,fl mi(p)y ()( imaU TJu hQmo aim aiu "I move, your honor, for the discharge iY"'""'.'., Our merchant wen ir.iueimeii two c nair ami uoing nlllceiit coaches, which runs through formery owlie,n,v Mr. John M. Hail of said aluivyer toaniouii' banks llh a eipttal toi.k l $4110,000 that are the prisoner," 111 good romlition from Cincinnati to St. Augustine, Ha.f Hntl WHH i8rt., In t,e i;tna for jo fo.,- "l)o hear 11 uecond to the properou .uxl a chn.l We have a Keiuale We haveplerdid in tiie Mmokest time . Mr Mo,,ery al8Q ,,,,, a wVwy . t,)o tain justice. without change, brick UiiiMinii, with over loo pu Collei;e, a irjje motion?" said the justice, after calmly piltui attendance and under the prin' ipalnlup of ever made to the South. It passes June-- 1 Halrlfoni for 0Il ,,,H fllriltllre Hm, surveying the room. I'liif, J M. Iluhliard, l in a tiuriniin; loikii-- ; M' tiou. We ili have a heniiiuty that i a good tion City dailyjit his meat. As his loss is much greater rf. J2. Cot'. 1 tli Ac Vine, Cincinimtt, O. cliool, uilli I'rof II I' lll.ikeiii.inatitt head We of mine.' have one of the heM I'uhln School building. in "There jroes a hrother-indaand the destruction complete there can persons hivn'Mlii.iiii.1 A N'L'MiiKit tlm Miction of the Slate, with over 100 puptlt in Book-keepin-g, Short-Han- d, Type-Writin- g, I lianlly beany troube about hs gettng ''Didn't know you had any." privale iliw.ln, attendance, and with other oi our remarkable oiler vantaire are "Oh, yee; the k'irl he married promis- you ce our chool the full amount of .,.-- '. Mrs. vnllllll..- -' We h.n c elegant h ur h huiIdiii js repr venting ' ; 1 1 not moved all of tne I'.ncyc.opeum her things awav and ed to he a sister to quite a timuhcr of us every denomination, w.th a full corp m ministers' Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, one year tor . of Ii.k ..lam taleni itid are doinj; a belter aniline Intkiiiok JoiitNAl. fellows." udini; a these were alho ost. Cards are out announcing the mar- walton, bun, Manager Christmas is Coming BEDUCBD THE PRJlCEi have for sale presents J or everybody; On all our goods everybody has buy something, but riot euerubodu has the mnnru in pay prices for Uinstmas Presents. enable these people to bun thing too, we -tli such an extent that everybody, no matter if poor or rich is able to be-twe- ZESiy For Your Wife, Husband, Children, SWEETHEART. d, Bggs and Feathers bought at the highest market prices Come in and examine the prices of our immense stock of Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Men's Clothing, Boys' Clothing, Children's Clothing, Ilats Caps, Furnishing Goods, Mufllcrs and a big line of TOYS. at THE LOUISVILLE Jjl tin-mui- MANES AXD GABRIEL, STORE Proprietor. Itl.-uiatfcr- e ib-an- u. ,r '4m. STEEL BOILTEKS, le se cc. THE JAMES LKFFEL & Iley sl'M(,nn rn'W- Go to J. B. FOSTER T- lnistr, FARM FOB SALE. ofij - Candies UtS 9 O ranges i n oniy Lemons, Fijrs, Raisins, ', FAR3I POSTED. !ll 1 ...,., Canned Goods of All Kinds and Everything you Need in the Grocery or Hardware line. PTJBIilC . TO THE IFTTBIjIO. 11 Tuesday, Icc. 1 , i Prunes, Apricots, II. T. IIl'SII, Peaches, Pears, While Cherries, Egg Plums, REAL ESTATE AGENT, Green Gajres, Navy lleaus, Rice, Oat .Ileal, Lima Kcaus, Hominy. Stanford, I , .l.'rin'dnnn e FARRXS & HARDIST. ' j :., , riBOE WILLABD e, ,ov THOROUGHLY EEX0rATED AND IMPROVED. . Rates $2.50 Per Iay. " aj t, - Manager. lr i ..- i ','8 ' i ROBT. FENZEL oru 1 fM .firTTC; .1- - -- 1 tum-lonnn- out-house- we rlVte 1 W REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE. 1 There are 'JJH post ollices in at a minimum cost should embrace this tucky. opportunity. all who want a complete library Almost niiici linemen ,,. '" njr:Trs!'-'''l-'"-- . j '''' T im I ,,.,,. bureau Ken- - jl -- Telegraphy, ' inc I r which waB over 100 years old. j New York paper says that city "is ripo for republican rule." Tin's probably means that there is a surplus in the herever looting is yood, I treasury. A than mil cl.i of men in the city. Penmanship and Business Branches. I have tried lateuienl at fuels! to make I lit Ijinreaml nourishlnc. Twelve IiiKtruclom. I'p vrltli thf time. without anv exaggeration or coloring, a thoo Established 1862. who know will hear n o out. and thoe vtlmvtUh I'll ttiuroUKlily for IttwIncM 1'umulti. Tim the confldtiue of the Hiiidum CouimunUy. The charges arc to buy plcatant homes at lair prices and locate The ituiUitt nr In tie man J anil art midrU In fcuriiig employment. iiirroiind- .Ar.By.niKIk llimrfl ean ln Iia.1 In Iia at !... ffrnp.. ll.u i.n.t Tl.lif K...l.ina TVmj amonirasood pcojile vithalltho lievt herore, pur- - ttg promUcfc Inp. would do well to iallande me ror catalogue. C W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. lnvtitlsation Kollcltrd. Senvl chaiut; 'diewnere. all l. i 1 n G - x &- - J.ntJil., f .. . a.'V.-- i fc If 2 Tribute of Respect. Ducklln'a Arnica Salvo lor The best salve Wiikkeas, In the providence of God, ere, ulcers, nit In the worH soiri, cu.. brunt. UIuc-G- i .iSH Utter, chaprhisun, f(er Don't lose sipht of the bridge. all I nm "train at jrand old Williamsburg Ambrose P. ltiitt, a member of Huston-vill- e ped hands, chilblains, corns and DO skin erup One hiimlrct. "and lcvntv.rliiiii Every Tuesday and Pr day piles, or pay requirPubllanod Prof. Hull has lately moved to his tloni and positively ..! - u Lodge No. 1SJ, K. and A. M., bus ed. It Is inmintecdcures give, fcrfect svtisfaetioc, court, which convened here on the 7th. to AT twx, ... ....... Puce it cents per bo. .hm. splendid new bur...,i... " """is aim eager spectators pres- new residence on Knee street. latum riimntHkit frmn tltta l.mtirii fn ti Itf. ... ......, r.t.iniira A largo crowd of v.. nu heusM. Wi rll -- Ben Martin, aged 70 was manicd by A k rennv. owukjiu, r.7. o lhislan.1 lies M mile (, ,,rinK,IK 8nr. for sale !f J 1JKU YKAU.1X A.X)r VNOHJ ent. After the soatH were all well filled Hustonville, Ky . s. v si'Ar.c.. I counted 10:! persons who were utand-iiiEloctrlo Ultters row to his friends 1ml relatives, there . , , . not so paid SH.60 w!l e charged." Stanford. Ky ing Killing is in 11111 operation now for' 1) it Thl. remr.lv is lierominif to well known and so enger foi the fray to commence. The poptititr as In not! n.i npinal miiitmH All who mc song ul great admirers of and many of them have quit eatinvr $'.' 1 a slnir the mountain people are oiakii, 1st, That in his death this have list il l.k. tru IlitHr. d.ws not xit anil It is K. fi. LOCAL TIME CARD. corn pnlo A I r....... li.a livit nti linnnrnltli r.llil tllirlivlit tfunrantced purer nudiclne l Uui itd l.lcctric eloquence and never tiro of hearing a to do ill that -- Phe assessor of our district wask. ,, Train navev Ilowlatul at j oo a. m , returning Havinf purihsod the iMer.st of my f rmrr Itltt.rs will cure til iliseawsof tn I.iver and nnil lofty, spread eagle upeech. i m at 3 will remove l'imple., Hulls. Salt Kheum and panner, Mr W. K Mi Pherson I ask a librr.l cah.ng on the boy for the value of their .,,,,. nil.lllber. mi, lI(J elHI.h n other nUeetliins cjnid bv mipHn blood Will share .if the patronaij iT the people of Kowlani The instructions of Judge Boyd were L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. , drive M ilarm svtem and prevent as anil vliinlty. Inf hi. continue u,c C(l,, buslne singularly grand, comprehensivo ami im- property this week lM. Afl MafJOll, wt. b(.rttniv upna ,li(, well. is cure all Irom the Pever Mil.irl.il l'or icnrcol uhiih the drm Hilton A Mi Person started. ,. -- Mrs. Gr.der, of Dunnville, will soon Mill train gome North lluudaclie.Cnn.titiAtioti ind Iiidlee.ttou try Klec to ilo, ai.il tlnnk isn easily pr ne ti:pra posing, and covered the. whole gtound, inenon. th a(,ec,ioJ 0, fratPrillI, hmttn trk Hitters Ittitire satistuition gjurmued or btmeiKial to l.otn m custniiersanilwhv It will " " South myself 34 pm move into her new lionfc, lately com- ,,, ,. itl (.r. 11011 ev , Express train " South nnr ,rtuJ sianie inese pt . ouunls irruiui ntt. 113am from treason to selling cigarettes to boys I'rice 51K tind i per I'uttlt ted sugariu k relmided , . ..1151m North fir Si Arhui kle a '1 tftee A It I'ctiiM'kdrrii; store pleted on College street. . iclits 1, ' ,, ,.,,. pound and ill iiber ioils m pr orliun A Local Freight North 65001 under IS years of ape. The judpe took ha. t n hand at a'l times lumber and .i mcles f -J- esse Huice, foreman of the water up in occasion to strike a powerful blow at the .., South j ceased the llM,ulory o( t,ie AWomtor Worker. The latter trains also cairy passengers. J 11 nil ros mill hah made wwral changes and re- - ,mmi.,,.rs of Mr I iT Knwl.n.' Kv this Lodge w II wear the lew, I ., r.Hk I!ullnKiii,.i jomhk man of llMrliHsT Solar ue of tobacco in every shape. He could The above iscOculated on standard tims. stales that he lud been unsler the care tit ,.,,,, ,, llm o time it about o minutes faster for :w (llW see how a man could like the taste of modeled the mill in various w ays. tuoprsuuineMt ph)sicaiis and ucl their treat -L- iid.ts imtottiiare better than usual .,,,,. T)mt we , ,,..,, ,,, 10,,v , went until ho was not able to grl around I he? THE whisky, havinp once liked a toddy him SHELTON HOUSE, prsHteuilced his ca.e to be Consumpuon and inculooking better. Collins-- , fuucm, of was persHadetl to tr could not see how any human and things-arenlf, but New 0.,r ,,,.cea9wl lirol,H.r linil ,,HV rable. II. for ttw lr Kiiik's Colds Distoeery and D. A. TWADDLB. Proprlotor. beinp could acquire a taste for tobacco; worth is showing up on his corner. the last sad rites of our beloved (rater and at that lime w sumption, Couch, atro lb not aUe to walk Mrs. Collinsworth, after a week of nity. sttMt without restl ik lie found eft,r he hal that man and a nasty, filthy worm were in used half of a dollar noitle that he betSth. That a copy of these resolutions ter, he continued to use it and i was much Kovk'lnucl, - ensoving the only two creatures that would umj illness, is slowly recovering. Mrs. I.ixearly gttui liralth. irmi BX or tobacco; that you could raise tobacco in zie Coulter is improving rapidly from a Hhalt be spread upon the minutes, a copy sliest trouble lr it trial bstl tl,,,,, at A. II free Klrt-cacrfHwmfxlmloc at retiohatilt raiw. be cured sent to the family of P.m. Butt and a 1'rnii) silrv; tor. an open place in the' forest, or the uu long spell of sickness. H,,h, 5jmf,,' u"u BMJ ,,verr new bell lately bought and put copy furnished the I.stkuioi. .Iovknai. The by prompt inclosed lea or open Held and no animal or brute would interrupt it, and that in the Baptist churuli steeple does not for publication. of I'OSTISII. man and the nasiy worm were the only prove satisfactory as the sound is veiyj L. B. A ham-?- , J.M. Cook, W. 1.. Wit.- When IUb7 w.vt nick, wo Rare her CaslorLv low and can not be heard a square hams, Committee. that would touch two This notice foiew.ms li..ier., nsbrrmen an ,1 awav. When slie (is a, Child, alio crle.1 for Ciutoria. 4hers not to trespass hi our land, without judge's instructions created a deep It is said that there has not been it Wiwi sh mission, as all fcli will be piswoc ted iu the ixr The many friends of Ambrose Butt, MIm, sho rliinr; to C.tstorla. It impression nnd quite a sensation, and were shocked terribly esiessi of the law Slnvd to hear of his bank failure in Baltimore for 57 years. When she had Chi! 4rcn. alio cyb them Cajtorla. C .M.M'OOVAMOOIIL when he not through a woman by the death inflamed S J h IlltUtl He has many friends here and 'lllOMAS C. HA I I Mtlou' Norvo and L.ivorr) Pill lire, inside the bar, squirted a long many attended the burial services Sunaids expectoration, SIH.LK IIAII l 'Alton a new principle - regulatinc: the liter, A M I'M AM) stream of tobacco juice into the fire, as day. stxmach and IkimcIs tlirongh the nervos A m II W (.AISI.S and ' mtowy nr .Mile- cult sptedily lire biliousif to quench the indignation burning (iimilv anil Others U M. KOalt Hill! , luJ,ue, torpid her, piles, tousUpation. I S I'HII Llpa recovery. within her. are contemplatini; departing to the wild Unnuaid for men. omen. .M.dren .mni. K. . I surest magistrates making their reports and wooly West on Jan. 1st. We are mildest, I'enny s tillj di ses . tent. Sninles ! The at A R a Candidal lor Sberifl of Lincoln ctsualy, tK O. LIME AND BRICK. showed that in many cases of breaches sorry to lose them, but others will take jeel to the anion l tlte DcmiKtitic psrt. Lowell, of the peace tried before.the parties were 11 I vvsll deliver I Ime Good at Cents a llu.hel in a lined 5 cents. At this the judge was N. 3IISNI2PKH-:- . -- OS";....,. newsboy, A.ben Kt taster, buntotd and the i.eiklrfb.Kl quite indiguant, but I told him that as ney, has enlarged his stock of U a rasdldst for w as ShsrlsT I wiM alo load on Subisxt cars at trab Orchatd lln A. S. thvaciioauf the demosrscr KMttstiN Nv the parties could have been fined lccnt Quick Rising Buck Wheat can now set the daily Knquirer, at JJ cents a hundred t.ive rue a chane. SURGEON DENTIST. r4s only, the fact that they were lined 5 cents Gazette, Commercial, Post ami several Flour, Mnplo Syrup, Rolled OiltS, H(Hl Kltt Kl.IK CraiOnhafd Office on Main street, over W. B. McRoberU' showed that the cases must have been other; papers. Wheat, Imported Mac V(Y Cracked frm of it H.tale Crab Orctsars! Drug Store, Stanford. IVJi. I . aires u somewhat aggravated ones. Strawber- -D- rummers are thick as snow n.ikea. aronj.' Cream Cheese, mile Irtin. Ma .font W II Mll.LI.lt Matt Moore is our sheriff, brave, eff- W. M. Moore, of Liberty, was here ry, fine Apple, yuinCC and KaspMonday. B K. s ope went to Huston- - berry Preserves in bulk, Lemon C. MORGAN, D. D. S. icient and generous; alto R. polite and courteous. Whitley county ville Monday. Win ciovd returned and Currant Jelly m bulk, Peach tuir,, ,,. htm et, oM sores, skin diseases, Mth, '.union piles ti.iula and DENTIST. rati ties halter We?, p ain B.U"er' is a fine old county, moral and temper- f.o.ii Stanford last week. bums, iit has sweet and mixed in bulk, Pickled Lot on Main Street iu Stauford been used itpoison sn. brunts Wherever it and hi. ijivib mUrful salHlaitiun Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, ate. -- Durham are getting tatly in 0nj its prttMitsity lor ivhwi-ii- i Q , pickled Q1 upstairs. Nitrous Oxide v.is given for painless wimw, t reutarka Conliwninc t The $21,000 bridge across the Cumber- a rush to give the carpenters and pa.nt- ble Numerous lauwoHi.l will L s und mJ -- ill '""""Stanford, Kentucky. in this spaco at a later dale .Made land river has been completed. Wei', ersajobon he outside of their store. Dregsing, Mustard Dressing, Gra- T R WL!O.V. Suafard lid Mltd by , rung and 1 The stote will bo raised another story ted Hor3e Radish, New Prunes, bell has J the v. ' Slf.fd Pnion naiifornin Anrnt repair tothe templeof justice. You and remodoled and have a better appeal must I and pcache3. Cranberries. Stan-s- t PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Stanford people lime not been to break net t ru liuuuea ti runs ana yepeia- r i. -- Circuit court begins next Mond.iv. fast, but .1 udgH lioyd cares nothing for STANFORD. KY. lEuildinyr JLols MRS. R" Km"VK3rue" that. He is going to convene court a lit- Our bos under some circumstaiues up stair mjItOHASlNO AOaUfT. Office lu Odd Fellons'lluilding, In tlss corporate limit. - RUnt Han- - Olucken, Turkey, tirwnt busing at other pn.nl., and adjourn at sunOffice hours 7 to 8 a m., to s p. m , 7 to 8 p. m. tle aftor sun-u- p aauy.mu rmm uanuies, H I DAVST RowlMd. ' during that time and they rtkret deeniv Chicago, : : : : lllinoia. ,.. Font F UonniTE down yt:i, uaniviim. uiocu'I'lTMioutb llstvor v,. Wentwtll A , that thevcrth not met Judge Morrow vunvi, DR. W. B. PENiXY, rruiia, dmihi. us, an m irreat va- THD 111 LEV A Railroad Quarrel. during hssuy anions s. HOUSE, I'MOMiMJcii I per .em Ketait tar Post- - , p fc HlM, nothinjj lut the Interior Journal -I- heladwilrrtveasupper at the butVhe Very Orett. Postal .vu N. .k u ....... K. B. RIUBY, Pronrlotor. Best Ksprraa U(vrtdtMta fix harpaiM in all . impudent, saucy wretch! Have Collegeon the night of Dec. '23 "You nrttK.:, Lf' v lAK'l!" r - Office South side Muii street, in office recently you not got any manners " Don't you j ,, - - - Kentucky. o((aaJs uawiiipMd London, mtiont, and indications show that alt ef- vacated by Dr. L F Huffiuan, Stanford, ky. ever dare to bump me again like that, forts will be mitdo to make all enjoy GO Oppoittft Poi'tUMUl Houte. I have moved i asr asvt) asa battel av .NOTICE TO THat you dirty little coal cart!" steMMd than t.rr to acroiamoiau the puUtc Hiippur me nan win tiieiuseives. GoAfj Livery artachtvl aad JI CRAIG, And the baggage car elevated her be opened for .titerplentmrt of the young DR. vr) MaiBC V the One ate a call TRAVKL1NG PUBLIC. draw-hea- d and slammed her door In the folks. 77 rKANK RII.LV. Homeopathic Physician, saucy little tender. faotof the Two of our town dudes made their - KENTUCKY. STANFORD, , - 35IK 5S t hv opvned jnc.Msaacli.4i vviltt a.y HiiU' th. "J 11st listen to that old blind bagtrage first attempt to aim those adorable crea carta p in 8 to to j 10 to u a m.; Office Hours w..aerfu c ires hat ai a.i i.t.u.jj many rexraa car," said the tender to its partner, the turep, who seemed to them all the world, o p m. people. Office on Lancaster street, opposite court house. locomotive, winch had just backed into to the The scene was ei'teitaininent 39l),r . the depot to couple onto the Jellico night trying on thelroys' part, but through tri S&J A ZL2 express. "Just listen to that old blind als and tribulations tho journey was ' I?ii NATIOfWL BANK hypocrite putting ou airs over mo. Why, completi d. After the charge and facing ZJi N' she couldn't get out of the depot if it the old folks, they felt like the angels Visit tsnW the sarnce of it la the public Hi and Ot STANFORD, KY. 6w .ri.UU and Irish I.L. t lsLe make m wasn't for me. .oe here, now, Mrs. bad rejoiced and heaven declared its slat ir i inpaie with Shabby Genteel, if ever you speak to me joys. Spurgeon says th- - earth is movin Tho Country. Capital Stock again like that I'llsewr my connection ing. Brud also thinks gravity has lost t.1... me a i 4 c. V. yon forever and leave you on the its great neos. r. P 16,500 with l.KH N. Proprietor ;Surplus i k, where you belong. I am tirOn last Friday night quite a crowd the publU .s tnvued to the fact Attention of a e of young ladies and arm o Zgentlemen of tins " ed of you following me around that this is the only of the National lnk Act Under the provisions I go, anyway, so there, now, you plate went to Yosemite to attend the evureu mi depositor, are J. V. V"'"'" stock, but bv the stockholders1 liability lor an ugly, mean old thing!" closing scenes of the school of that of rimount equal to the suwrk.so athat depositors fund of Wooo. And just aa they were about to come place. After the performance lnd bethis Institution are secured bv thecondllioli of the bank S1ANFOIU), K . f"T...j . stattments of L'ulted SUtes eovern- - to blows the conductor shouted, "AH gun there was some disorder near the k.,..riMhc t: CD in ST .... ..it 1..!!. timfC entrance, on the inside. Henry Taylor, mcut ana u.i..ci-- ....nmln.ll.t addituonal aboard!" r rxrrt by Government .isenls, thus securing JO&iSPII COJ'FKY, And the engineer gave them all euch the bosa teacher, came uH)ti the stage safet to ilepositors. ' and perfect...... assssfKt tvi?7--: . ion. uninai v establihed .as the a -- JssBaaMaV I V. jt'ik that the sleeping car woke up and and addressed the audience in regard to . Deposit Hank ol sianioru m 51 ' II tn, renovated and relurnisked. is S Mi ol ,,ed as the National Hank m.Stanford in llnnVand nearly turned over, at which the ladies' the noise aud threw out remarks that v.u i nd nf I. 'iji'JflLM to HPa5'5ji ' "''"V ! n'al"" l.nHdio eosssci HbutmmaJd ", 15 its bieh tsiistatlss, to r. S"....i . h. l,j.I uractica lv all linint er- - car b'lishiiigly exclaimed. "Oh, my1" made the impression that MiililleburgV Vv o fKfls SM.bial MionmnJ,. r.:"..j .....iJof m soars It is better supplied "t business prompt the smoking car knocked the ashes oil' of people were making the noise, which fr2?z:xz5" llit ploy.ju.aeicisl trarviers aad Ma rnouis for . Bow with mcilitle. for transacting va jf I' T of samples. fVx3a?5" ' and its cigar, the mail car swallowed a pos d. ly and liberally than over before in its loojf fiduthey were not. Later on the noise becorporatlans, career Accounts of respectfully solic-tture stamp, the express car dropped a gan again and Taylor got so hot he again A First-Clas- s ciaries, firms and individuals Saloon package and expressed her indignation, gae Middleburg a slur Our young And VILLIAUI) and TOOL ItOOM attached. The Director) of this Hank is composed ot n JOBtPH COKl-the baggage car smashed a trunk and folks after that arose and told him if he Li T.J Koster, ofStaufoul; Lincoln county ; lost her ftrip, the saucy tender got coal- would please stop his plays long enough Forestus Rwd, J W.llaj dan, Stanford; ed and took water, the lire box got hot, they would leave and did so. T.nlor John H Castlemsn A (j I.suKji'i S. H Haughman, Lincoln; sPS the boll dropped her ring and the en- got hotter, but soon found out that he rr7..n-iThMiller, Mt.Vcnion; M.J. mm was mistaken and that it waslus Yosem gine almost felt her dvad light. )",.jj b f Harris. Lincoln; ite brethren, who were junt Horn the icffBJlnTiKMtnVinE m Chi G.v.. blind tiger. If Mr. Taylor is J. S Mocker Stanford; hot over O A Lackey, Lincoln; '1 1' Ilill.Stanlordj The soul of the editor of tho Somerset it he can just remain so, so far as MidV I rested h a vrau dleburg is concerned. V G. Welch, Stanford. ai ' hoi inl this our I iiviill.1, Ki , l Republican is evidently better for this town will know how to After Yosemite i iirnu th st alir.u.t W. 1'. Tate, Stauford. take a lie lie liual Iratennlv ! the 10 ntrv "The Lexington entertainments. Pardon me for not honest confession. l)r Kea hascharge of the Lie n al Bd Sur OFIKKKS j' Iiepanmcnt of lie Madiial n. Surgical InLeader is at present making a commend-ant- speaking sooner, but the part plajed President; HV LIVERPOOL. J. stitute, I juismIIc, Kv Lizzie Fogle, the assistant t'ueher, Cashier; eilort to harmonize the republican Jonn J. McKonerts, was good and could not be surpassed. A. A McKmnev, Assistant Cashier leaders in Kentucky. He will visit Stanford at the MyThe Republican urswibelj undertook that job eight years ers Hxmse, Friday, Jan. 5. BAH13E E & (JASTLEM The G. A. R. The Richmond Disv.A a.jo, anil did its best to induce the repub- patch has a very severe attack on the Returning ever) month duriux he rar to reCo. lican warriors to wash oll'thtir warpaint, MAN'AOKKS, main one ilav Grand Army of the Republic, which is1 l)r Ilea has hei connected with the larzost bury the hatchet and sit down together not w holly under-erveOF STANFORD, KY., hospitals in the country, and his no superior ih Oorainerce Building, Louisville. There are some Hia uirc ami treating di.eavM and defoimltMs and ready for business with and smoke the pipe of peace. But the good and patriotic men iu the army, as ' Agents throughout tbc South lie will rjnejjo ffrun cue that he can not tell Is now fully organised misunderstood our we happen to know, but the organia- the disease unit wherp located ill five minutes deuls He will return to Sunloiu every month this year Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. well meant endeavors as a to remain rue day tion, as a whole, is not a whit hotter B--77. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agpoat, - 15,000. and the whole pack wanted to extermi- than tho man it has selected for it chief Surplus, . Treats all curalile .Medical and Surgical Diseases nate the Republican. The republican otiicer. It has dipped heels over head S1ANIOHD. KY Aiuteand Clironk Catarrh, Diseases ct the SUCCESSOR tuTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL politicians of Kentucky will fight over L)e, Iir, N'ose, 'Iliroat ami Lungs, D)speia, HANKOFSrANFORl), in the dirtiest partem pohtice, it has enthe spoils until Gabriel blows his horn, deavored to teach that republicanism is SleeplessncHs.Sickatid Nervous I leadac lie, HriKht s Disea.e, Dlabctc, Lidi.eys, Liver, j (Nowclosin: up) with the same assets ana unuer Ilia Uilir.Cliionli, Icmaln and Sexual Diseases and as we have long since become con- patriotism, and bat the patriotism whLh Backache, Dl.luess, Morbid Fears, Hot tho same maiiaRement. pilepsy or fits cured A positi.c C.uaranlce. lly provision, of its chatter, ilepositors are as vinced tiiat we cannot Btop it we pro, fully protected as ate depositors in National serves itn country ought tobe paid for Flashes, Nervous Dvspepsla.Diillnesa.Con-"usloubeing held individually pose to let 'em rip, aud to use a familiar tits, St. Vitus Dance, YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN v "i i HynWiu, Hanks, its shareholders isi It has tried to Opium Habit, Drunkenness, etc., are cured at a handsome rate. liable to the extent ot the amount ol their stock -addition to the quotation: therein at the par value thereof, prove to the country that loyalty to tho by Dr. Miles' IteMorativu Nervine. It Sutiering from Spermttorrhen and liupotcncy as amount invested in such shares It may act as tin reiiit of self aliuve in outh or excess in 'Let dogs delight to bark and bite, udintiiiir5.tor, trustee, Ac, as fully as was the act of a mercenary, and does not contain anv opiates. Trial botexecutor Union yenrs and other cases, producing some ol For 'tis their nature to." " an individual tleFREE at as emlssUns, blot it has done everything possible to belit- Dr. and fine, booksCo., F.lkliart.drugghts. the following effectdimness, confuUiou lies, ideas,), To those who entrusted their huisiness to us of ncrvnuiness, Indiana. Miles Medical while mnagini,' the Lincoln National Hank of aversion to sonetr, defictive meinor), and six. Why? In the popular branch of the tle the name of the American soldier. Kunfnr.l. we we here tender our many thanks and TUIAX UOTTUB FJCKK. ual exhaustion, which unfit thevirtuu fur binincss the pace, and trust they will continue to transact their business 52d Congress that convened at noon to- Substitute l'almer has K I'enny, St tnlonl or marrlaje, are permanently cured by remedies sale with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attennot injurious to same, our twenty years' experience in day, there are '2:)'i democrats, Sb republi- the Grand Army will have to step to tho tion banking nnd as liberal accommodations as are conmusic he make.. cans uud 8 farmers' alliance followers. Slciti sistent with sound banking As the democrats have the It is thus Mrs. Amelio IlIKELTOKS. Svphilis mid coiiipllratious, as sore throat, fall ng of the hair, nam In the bones, emotion, etc . vote by which a member can be expell- now book is described: Mt. Vernon; J.J. Williams,Stanford; arc perfectly eradicated without using mercury or Hall, ed, why not fiio the other fellow b and kissory, A buggery, J.M. drug. ' Highest cash market pi ice paid other injurious Uleel, Stricture aud all Urinary Oonorrhiea, Kmotional misery; J. S. Owslsy, Stanford ; ,1 make the thing unanimous? Reed's anil Kidney '1 roubles are speedily cured by treatStanford ' A yearnfully soulful wail; S.J. Embry, for Congress lobbed 18 democrats of their ment that uever failed J. E. Lynn, Stanford; A Quick or the Deadery, He undertakes no incurable ca'.cs, In t cures " saatsand there stand Reed and retribuA. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; thousands given up to die i Bound to be readory, Remember the date and tome early, as his K. Haughman, Hustonville; to faco. Louisville Times. tion face J. Amelie Rivesny tale." rooms are alwas crowded whereter he stops J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. The lock struck twelve, he said "GoodSaratoga Association. &c, CONSULTATION Semi-Weekly InteriorJourna: Bobbitt at the Whitley Court. MIDDLE BURG, CASEY COUNTY. (To the Editor Interior Journal Farm for Sale -- -- su-Vh- en g ',.."" """"- . j.., ti, ...., ,,,,. .... 1 j ,,... FOE CASH OITLT. I 1 1 -., Kld-ii)- t, , , , , ' .,, .11 ie-- j j ....,,,.,, 'it e CONSUMPTION its can the use I stages !,, ,, I..-.- Kcitlucky. "'cta1 Ayers Cherry Pectoral soothes the fellow-citi.pn- s e lull-e- tissues, hastens - 1 - . JAall-MilVrV- s Dr. J. Ayer & Go. Mass. PRICE, GENTUV . -- Everything to Eat. J. . 1 papers-Anyon- e ( V 1 l'1-.- IUII P,'V'1 . 11 ohdj.' hotel-keepe- r, FOB; SAIoSI mmm wi lllli'-.IN-S- il-C- Dr. II. ClNiumclley, court-houf- cP w,. "ieS-101J j.j I,.. j '' t For Salo cet-hav- e Twenty FRMK MTIIEWS. 1 ."' nl5fs.s .M 7 Dentist. 111 I'n-.-.- J8 .1.1 . . JOHN o Ml '51 s- 1 , PKUFOiHN; I 1 MTTEHS st-ClsthK H.GUS33. I FIRST Ira. l crvStablc, - - S200.000 Best tho ','' .,,'lu,;'r "' . side-trac- every-wher- PORTMAN HOUSE, i. ,i,,......, .t. .'-.- mHHsIS?-- 'A. yWHi --- Pror. I d. i O rSa j?l r ?ir'.J hSSE EkVSW . I l itr - 'l I I hM in I'.'iTl , mmm Surgeon w. DR. D.D.REA Specialist i dix-iN- U "r'nt ROYAL i I Insurance Company, e by-Mi- K 05-.- V Farmers Bank&Trast blood-thirst- y peace-make- r, ffi&rjm - PSSr AN it I Norm Prostration, I 1 111 tna-Hir- er Wii hjmy ipifnc-- ' 1 ih'Wff dem-ht- t two-third- s Rives-Chanle- r's a.sn at li)-- i lllood and IJIscises. I Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, M. F. S3 'flh iWssaLJtilLva. ! S.n. Shanks, j It. President. J H. Owsley, Cashier nook-Keep- W.M. Bright, Teller UaujhmjQ, General my dear," said Bhe, Then to the duor the pair adjourned And parte just nt three. "iiuod-nigh- night!" t, 1 Mr Charles Wheatley, Sec'y nt the Saratoga KtcniK Association, writes "lrom the expert ence ot ninny years' use of Qiiinn's Ointment, I unhesltatlnvlv recommend It tor th cur nf l.l....l i spavins, windpiiifs nnd othtr soft entailments ' FREE. ELKIN & CO., SI VNFOUD KY "'t Correspondence solicited and confidential Addrets MLDICAI AND St'ItMCAL l.NSTITim, 313 4th St., Louisville Ky Havtnir removed my Varber Snon to the Com mercial Hotel, I atn prepared to accommodate la die as well as gentlemen In anything they ma IV wiiii 111 my line, cunurcn aiiii wanca on, Cafi Q tilu. JESSK THOMPSON, InCommercial Hotel. J t J!kS--