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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891122201 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. Letter From L. D. Sampson. (To the Kilitor Interior Journal. HUSTONVILIE. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 22.1891. j NO. 84 Xohtiikks I.m, Dee. IS, 1.S1H. Altho' ried to Miss Florence Snow, Thursday of tho 1. J. I nin out of tin' general last, nt tho bride's mother's, on Fryo's few feel justifiable in coniiibuting I creek items, having been itH loonl correspond James Goode, eon of Terry Goode, flit in Kastern Kentucky for a sliort of Mt. Salem neighborhood, died of tywhile. 1 Win. Jeffrey, of Yoeeuiiti. was mnr phoid fever Friday evening. Mrs. M. F. Irani from roliulili sonrro that Judge Peyton, relict of Tuck Peyton, of tbe linsley, of Barbonrville, common pleas Fork, died last week. ' . judge for tlmt ilt.strlct, will resign bin Mrs. Logan Williams is rapidly eon-- I judgeship .Inn. 1st, for reasons known vnleseing after a severe spell and her onlv to himself. daughter, Miss Dollio, who had been at- received to day From a personal ,i",ke1 "y fcarletiiia before leaving N'ich- l.K.l...- - I K.nr.i llnlt tlin Will liuuiiniiri irUIII .1 "" 'c iavc a n'ceb selected line of Christm. s Presents, as .. .. :ii....k..i.i..i... iM...i!0,HVillo Inst weeK, is reported out of ,........i frnilKIOri vnpilHI lHimirmin uv itoiiu" danger. iui a daily, commencing with the coming ha Grippe swoojied down on tho session of the legislature and contiuulm: West F.nd a few days ago fTT and is "all the through tho session, alte,r which tho fu- go" now. Oriiliiry aetioiily, nasal ture of the Capital 1h aot known. Meani ami sternutation are tho moit time tho weekly will be discontinued. prominent symptoms, hippocratlcnlly DEATH'S DOINGS." During the recent campaign in Keniiven us by the professors. tucky the suppoitcrs of the new consti George II. Harbison, sheriff of ShelWe congratulate Stanford on its Toilet Sets, Tea Sets, Dinner Sets. Lamps, &c. The nicest and mes tution led in to believe, or sung i the ptospecls of regaining dipt. Tom by, is dead. pong that the new instrument would put Kli M. Kennedy, aged "7, died at It is to many of us old timers lobbycomprehensive stock ever brought to Stanford. An endlessvariety of tin end to tho appenrnnee of tho like wateniiig the oil Ice all day for elec- Paris. Ho had been married live times. sesuround Frankfort during future ist tion news and Hud that our bundle of His last wife, with a child one year old, sions of the General Assembly, but from ,xtj cin whs carried by, to go to .Stanford survives him. eo. I.. Willis, n recent letter of Mr. Frank W. Wooley, traveling passencorrespondent from and not meet the genial old captain. tlio Louisville Tunes' ger agent of tho (. C, with head A chimney and ladder entertain Frankfort, I take the follow inn. which quarters at Lexington, died of pneumoA splendid assortment of Indicates jut the opposite of what the inent will be given tho little and possi- nia Saturday, at Dwight, III., where he bly some of the big folks at the Chrispro constitutionalists taught U8: drunken-lie!- . had gone to h treated for It in estimated that at many lobbyist! tian church on the evening of the 24th. Lave arranged for ijunrterH here this We don't "witch on" to the lidder feaMrs. Laurn I). Shelby, wife of John uMiitiT ui have leuUdators. Some of thiwe ture unles the weather bureau ii short W. Shelby, died at Linnietta Sprinus expect to upend the wliob' winter here, land can't promise Suntu good sleighing Wednesday night nt H o'clock of cancer We also desre to call the attention of the public to our line of at this point, hence the necessity of a im is evident from the terms they have funeral services of the stomach. Th to tho wore held at Trinity Kpiseopal church, maile and the roouiM they have taken. ladder for bis convenient nee " light over certain chimney top that he may enter in tho in this city, Thursday afternoon at :):'.',0 P3Ci5LX!N " Ttie lottery fight, tbe will be introduced; the regulation way bo punctiliously observ- o'cloe't, conducted by Itev. W. Y. Shep- laiiroad lnllslthat ed since he btgap his annual exotir- Lva Lovell, old daughter of Which is Unequalled. i itv contractor.' flelit for certain charter mrd, and the remains were interred in Jailer I). W. Ivell, had her lower provihioiiH will bring in the crowds ami idoiisM decoased Lucy and Mattie Alcorn aro, the Danville cemetery. Tho ,,, , ., limbs fearfully scalded this . .... ...i.i.i. .i... i...w...l. v. Ill week. Her consume imie " """ A'a-- ; '" at home for the hoi hlays front Oxford, 0. U"B bon! '" younger brothers hnd procured a large pay, ln.wevei deeply interested. f M,,,U h "r Jrdotol!K:Jf'HlhJvV"st"-,,,U,':,1,tcouUin-.o- i w here tbey attenMl enlle. mint bucket, tilled it full of water outl A Clm aeo daily of yesterday Powell and .lone Ituutthnmn have ile- - Ddlehay. She wan twice married, lit r built it fire under it when it wns n.u f.,n,.im iiltioril Tin other ' turned first husband Ijeliig Dr. It Cnllowny, of STANFORD, KY t, ...... ih boilr trtnl Dan vllle till nhr the holldavK. AlalMima. over on the little one. She has needed ' : After her niarriajte to Mr. ilV WHIii' nui " otfttiinfHnlcottciled nwUr the side- - whn tliy will wh.w their trusses wftlt Sholhy she reeided for a while in Dan- constant attention day and night since the cUmIch and fomlwll. Mrs. Boh Mr. walk next a vacant hit on tlie wet of the accident. ONLV A FKV' 3K3KIS I5AVS FOXt Alwter was here Frhlny. Carroll Itabl ville, and then in Lincoln cotiutv, hut G. C. Thompson, who was convicted VnoxclloilyouiiKstornf mwh late has tveti living at Liniiiettu. ml Billy Williams wouldn't njoy pop V inthediM-overv- . last court for two years on the charge of W"k tfFfa jf- Hm mn home, added ftr "r,Ktm.w r '9l ) a her husband daughter Ti Prakew aiiywlMtr. else on earth; sons survive her- aMiss l.aura and thn e robbery, received u telegram Saturday nc.nu four iMt in the iKKty's sUtare, h Calloway Jlkdl LJr JlTC d they eot in laat Katunlar with their hundred pounds to tW weinht, JO year ami Isaac. James and John Shelby. Mrs. from one of his attorneys, statiiiu the porkto full, not in tho least diowrtrt! Shelby Mm iieiKhtwhood to its age and had a groat niiH'erer, but assurance that his case would bo revers has nt a tarriflc idui- - I y wnninns that they'll hava to Iihh Uoin her trials with the fortitude cd and comHMpiently George's friends sgng with the rumor overlha e.ty limin m do thalr ,t- -r which by the ttma it rtatclMxl the lwiii of a rich Christian experience. aio greatly rejoiced. The conviction .. , 1h one wy two munlers. THEY- many years beeu a faithful was a great surprise to every one who, becume iiit-rGeorge KiU'e. Jr , of the Wtel End, She has for this history indeed reiteatt BaH of the Kpiwopal chinch, and knew the circumstances of the cate. and MUs Annie G Minor, of Iihnnon, member Kev. John W. Moron, a Baptist humble west side incident will help the were married died contented in tho hopu of a glorious st Danville in at Wmlnes-- ' ministerand father of James W. Moran,' Mudcnl to understand how a iimio inminrUtlity. Advocate. George was a popular young wit!- -' guard of heroic tireelw stew ser day. The very many friends of Mr. fchelby sheritl' of our county, died suddenly ower, the superinteudeu(e of whom do- thousand misKWidiNi hundred family in this county sincerely and Saturday, Dec. 17, at Mt. Pleasnnt; WI51 Uiought more than and Marathon and at Thermop- - mestic interests 'twas at deeply sy in pathise with them in their church, this county, just after sitting one fair iUinel whs willing to assume, Iwryiivumoiit. down from delivering one of his serand as he had not recently been betray-o.- l Judge J. Atliheoii Lytic, ftfter sev- mons to a largo congtegation. Mr. Ihe Chicgi Daily News contalutd in his tript to Marion, professedly in was a christian gentleman, well- eral weeks' illness of heart diMKiee, died the lullouing article, which may interest i , his mnrriage wns a Hteat of flue stcn-kreaders, relating to "Betknown and loved by all tlio members of Vill be offered in Christmas Novelties, Fine Watches, Jewelry and S.itiirday uturuing at tliu lesidence of his the I d.s many surprifio to oven hid. father, whoinGenrgo ins ciuircii an over me county and ttiere sy Jane Ward:" It Imh Hlways been Mr. It. S. Ltle. Bom in this counSilverware, &c. inveigleil into a wild goose jaunt to ' sou, aupHVteil that Aiteunis Ward, the fam- once 1H2I, J tidgt Lytle spent Ibis long is no doubt, if then is any place higher ty in A iiuniber of relatives ami iiurl uiml.i . l.f.. t.'ttli itu r.LM.til.. ....V. .I...V.I' nlnl t.iniii. than another in the "Hume of the, ... ous humorist, was a eoiillrmed Iwcholor. llll- .11... , , , . . . is is int frieitdB were entertainel at the It now seems, however, that this lailioil it rwiniHtlioii tor nuiiesiv, inuruii- - Blessed," he will receive a place among marriage. A lady by the namo of tho gtootii the evening alter v and integrity that any man would bo the highest. Although not n politician, ronlly the ens. Miss Mil tie Dinwhldie will spend Mrs.'llanuah Browne, who is now living proud of. I ntil the war he was it very Mr. Moran was a republican, but he had ' Bloumington, hat made an allldavit to Christmas with friends in Texas. Shu ardent democrat, but . ., at the un the interest ot the people of his county iim Ktarlml last h.trs.lay morning ami was mi(,or cm.,llIMlU,UW8 htf L,ist ,B at heart as tho following extract from an ell'ect tlmt she was married to the tho oi aceompanns as far as Uu.sville by her f wlMl tll0 then (ominant party article printed in the Echo last week, lecturer in 1S.13 in Lexington, Ky. &rzrz && )l WOcX iC7' possussiou a mar sister, M. Minnie .some of the board nm lu.ttim,a8 !Ult.lUllIsiliali, republican on his county's allairs, will, show: "But She even has In her &ZZ1 ers have already oft allege for a Christ- ,, rzW!a o .". ringe certitlcate proving that she had c011n. where is the person who has the wis- "OIHI married to Charles F. man iti. iniiic, aim utuuin hiii iiiuiMioiy Hied so till his death. lie was a mer ilom, commingled with love and pity i Ah i;.vc- . m been properly y' y" .. anticipate the ilitiniH-t.i- l for a week s reVi wilA Has the largest and V. ... .. . ..... . Browne the real namo of tho humorist. chant in Manford for a long time, hrsl for the people of Laurel county, who t".B " iinoli.rt known U'l iiiiifii. ...in.-- . iir.u i.uir 11.19 ifiiu ...11. .1... l.t.. I.. In. It SJIintiL'C nil. I tlftftr will step forward and devise a plan by I Mil Mil a . She says that her husband was MOST COMPLETE STOCK to Ltbetty this week to make prepara-wards with the late Joseph McAhster, which bankrupted and ruined Liurel to the "public as Arlemus Ward and that for opening a select school about tiouc and others, an was at one time consid- - county may be redeemed from sodi an be was a lecturer. He left her, she alOF .1. ill Lund, 1st of Jitniiarv. s 1S.VJ to go on a lecturing tour the lege, in ii red ,'prettv well oil. He got to specula- administration of herfliutnceH"" Ijtke Citv, tine of the Wost l.nd hoys. Wizlcho.s tiiiil v and never returned. To make the mat ...;u ;.i "l-- . ImwoviT, and most of his iu,J ' 1,1. ro accumulations were swept away. Long lllll ni'UMU f.i.,i.,... . ITIVH ,i. V'l'l llIIIIUC , kite i.i To Teachers. certain st"' showed an . terinore .1 ..ii. .f CiS 'ih'hts,4 ?' ? ever shown inas Stanford at prices s daguerrotype likeitojof her 111 iionie. , t 111 .lint uiritCK H ncn in toe before tlio war he was appointed The next Lincoln county Teacher's ,, 11 as low the lowest. of Stanford and held the otllco for Association will be held at the Stanford hushand, whicit those my who knew . . 7 ." ,. , s s I have one of the best in the State, a ;su,ir,m urau lor a Remember that s lit ins veai hm'kci twenty years. He took the census in court house on lirst Saturday i him well is an oxMct.tkeiie.sw " ranch he gave away liefore starting. Ho can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to o in January, is2, beginniui: at 10 o'clock w1870 and 't0 and in L7 was elected Ward. Ten children were the losult of to I'Uli after a brief sojourn. will tini'in. Mia. Browne Is a splendid-l.Mikin- Mif-- return of this county, which had before a. m . w it'n the following programme: send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old tucir s Maggie Iiitfall will spend Christ-....- .. 1. Training Pupils for Self Ueliance His term as old lady, not over 70 years of and since lieen democratic .,..... .... .. :,i. m: gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-mwo rl.fu 11. .. ninnn, age, she is eminently respectable and Mine Itu ,,, en, a couple of,! judge was mat ked by ,,. high apprecia Mrs. J. F. (ioveritud Miss Cettie ThurR. PENNY. guarantee satisfaction. John and Millard admired by all who Know her. Hon of his duties and to huh wiih uue, mond. young istcuuioia, popular ami miiiusome ". Importance of Awakening a Per bv his nruiunt action, much credit for have grown tired of liuiisekueping ami AFFAIRS. CHURCH restoring order out of a very choatic and nianent Desire for Self Improvement ' the amount of household and kitchen of alhdrs in the conn W. K. Cres-t- , It. Lee Davis. Dr. II. Allen Tupper has been called furniture, canned fruit, preserves ami lawless condition Miss Bettie !5. How May We Bpst Secure a Hearty to the 7th Baptistchtireh, BiUtmore.and general supplies they had for sale kept ty. Judge Lytle married Maddox and the surviving children sre Cooperation of Our Patrons Miss Ju inav leave Louisville. Jim (ioode busy all Saturday afternoon The Barbotirville News says that tho persuading a lively crowd that every- Mrs. W. 11. Anderson, of Harper, Kits., lia Stagg, Mrs. Alice L. Davis, Misd Misses Ithodu, Canio und Bessie Lytle Lydia Lewis. W. (' T. F. ate preparing to build a thing was cheap at twice it.s valI. A Plea for Graded Schools Miss ami Bobert S. Lytle. Ho audi .Mrs. J. handsome temple there. ue. Jim's it hummer from the headBosley were the solu survivors of a Mary Kay, Prof. J. W. Smith, John A. Baptist Is Receiving His The Chapel ot the Colored waters of Shenanigan brook when he Theological Seminary, at Louisville, baits his hook for suckers and the deft fatnily of eleven girU and two boys. The Ghappell, X. W. Hughes. of relig .'). lissity Miss Li.ie Menefee. burned. It had just been built at a cost twist of the wrist with which he impales judge never made a profession dying bed spoke hopeful 0. How to Prevent Absenteeism from ion, but on his of 1,300. his victim, and the graceful placidity -- Schwienfurth. the second Christ, with which he leads him into a landing ly of a future state to Be v. Ben Helm, School. 0. M. Young, W. Jay Kdtnis- during his last' ton, Perry Wesley, T. J. Cress, Goods Warranted and a Pertect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. has been force I to mortgage Heaven to net would shame Sitl Myets and Pete who was with him much Mrs. II. J). Phillips, 7. Mssay inmate Hampton into giving their tackle away hours, and who, with Hov. A. V. Size- -' that a deluded return the J.mii ihumiii Sunday, in s. How to Study tho Psychology of nl. .....I gave him, rather than stand a civil .11.1. JuitiHik ii ".v ...... ...1...v. fit. jur, more, olliciated at the burial .... ....' Judge Lytle was a! Childhood in School Prof Smith, U L Bull'alo Cemetery. iit. tell Poto that that ad. of his has set this -- The tirst colored man over ordained mini of marked characteristics and tho ' D.ivis. end wild mid ho may pieparo for an 7. Lecture on Physiology Dr. J. (. to tho Catholic Priesthood, was so hon- early rush and ciuah, which will demand impress of his individuality will long bo Cnrdi-....- ! Baltimore, Saturday, by felt where he was so well known and so Carpenter. ored nt a battalion ot alert clerks to meet the His tiatnu is Charles K. emergency. generally beloved. It is the wisli of the committee on v. ii.ii ci.i.mw Speaking of the judge yesterday, Mr. nroL'ranime and our president that all VnclcB. One ot our hamUtoiiuat young men said that ho was one of teachors and others interested in educi Tlie F.I'venth Annual convention of was beckoned to the side tif n young la- - Peter W. Carter Young Men's Christian Associations .1.. .... .. I. ..I.. ..... ,.w..,..it.. ,....1 .1... ..I friends that ever lived. Dur tioual matters will make it a point to at the the truest : . tlllM iiv mi , i unu;uii , of Kentucky will be held at; Danville, ..,,.', I. i.iu. iii.ti'ii- . 'inL' the war his standing with the I nion tend. It isalsohopud that the citizens . nil ' ..iiicii in., l iy iiiki iiiiii) it nt A programme of eh. 'rl"V I1"1 h"" UI position to hulp his 0( Stanford will honor in witli their n, (l,,K.vii,, nf not onlv eHei,.I " ' to christian woik among value who ay mpathied with the Lost presence. KSsKiSSS5HBMHMMBS5"BMBBDIaaaBllllaaaW Instead of travel-- , friends hut eiuiilation. men of the State is being ar- tinn Mas. Ai.ick L. Davis, ) Cause, and he never failed to come the young ing a circuitous round to a stairway he1 Mns. J. F. tiovcii. Committee for ranged by the State Kxeciilive commit- scaled one of the supporting pillars' to their rescue when in , any trouble. J W. V. McClaiiv, Prominent workers in tho various Mr. Carter was arrested and is confident tee. with tlio ease of a professional and Colic, Jxo. A. Cit.MM'KM., President. CitorlaUiMwfUa(IftpltochllilrenUiat Cauitorln euros Dlurrhn-a-Constipation, departments of Association work will found a fair hand ready to give hint a that but for the assistance of Judge LyEructation, bour Stomach, 1 recommend It m superior to ny prescription topics. KllU Wonni, ghea bltep, and rouiotM ill have been shot to death. have chttigo of It. A. ARCiiia, M. I)., ome of the tle ho would known to me." lift oyer tlio bulustrade. CRAB ORCHARD. Itev. K E. Him, 1). .. editor Christian lit So. Oxford St., llrooLljn, S. Y. I Without Injurious litedlcatioo, guy him about the The St. Louis I'urnitiiro Boird of A.lvocate, Nashville, 'JVun., will deliver boys are disposed to The Crab Orchard High School will Tub Cistiuk Compant, T7 Murray Strrot, M. Y. incident, but the tturullled good nature Trade sent Little Both Cleveland ti the opening address. open on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 1W2. Ifyieoial all their acerwith which he responds to Christmas present in the tihapoof a rockJohn uTwhittler, the good Quaker bities proclaims his recognition of envy ing chair made from tho door of Gen. attention will bo given to those prepar- bospoet, celebrated iis Slthbirtliday at ing to teach. J. W. Smith, Prin. 5t if not jealousy, as tbe motive. In the Grant's log cabin, near St. Louis. , ton Thursday. ; ... ty elegant slang of the dny, "There aro no 'flies on Smith." Mrs. Kohl's entertainment at hris- ' tian cliuroh drew an intelligent and ap preciativo audience Wednesday night anil the sale of ticket was gratifying. Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho Chris-- ; tian church wish it known that any per-- I son desiring working shirts made of first- class mateiial can find them at Mrs. Frank Brown's. Price 30 cents. We are not surprised to see, as the date of the National Democratic Convention approaches, that old man Dana is beginning to lay awake o' nights and t.ar his hair in dread of Cleveland's nomination. Would it not he a work of good .Samaritan to put an ice bag on the old fossil's mug and uive lit nt u dose of soothing syrup? ' LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. There seems to be plenty of Christmas money in circulation among tho merchants this week. Bom, Dee. IStli, to tho wife of Kx Sheriff J. 1L Pearl, a girl. Both doing well. Congratulations. The Methodist cliuroh will have a o:e3::r,:i:st:m:.a.s -- AND- Bich-aid- s. c tree and the Christian church an enter tttinineiit Christinua night. , The colored people have bought 11 acres near the fair ground, on which they expect to erect a college next summer. James I). Smith's valuable .dog, Dan, hung himself on his owner's picket fence bunday night, and Smith is to his bed, I'd Walton hs best wishes and congratulations from all his friends up this way over the new line of business lie is soon to invest in. I forget to mention last week that Dick Harbin was elected town marshal over two honorable competitors at the recent city election. There is a city ordinance against the sale and use of lire works during Christmas and therefore the usual noise, Binoke and smell will be dispersed with. Mark Hardin, of the Pullman Ites taurant and one of your admirers and subsctibeis, ibconlined to his bed with the grip or pneumonia and is very sick. Mies Mug Sutton, oldest daughter of Blacksmith H. C. Sutton, died Friday night with typhoid fever, Mr. Sutton is ideo confined to his bed and ids family, which is a large one, is in destitute ci'r ' ctiuistances. con-line- d j ar Holiday Goods. -- I ! Vases. Ch mm .ob, water sets, Toys For The Children. iPOHBIGF and DOMESTIC FKUITS. AN"!) FiSJSTClT CSJNTDI3SS, ( ies V'"?' '. .it.vrI I ! .. atatt j i w J J J j - JLJL Jy V ' JL J Is-e- n i'V jt j 18 1 f ri j (i-porut- 's j j HAVE TO GO And Grcal ts i lie the deductions in Prices. Mo-ta- n .JEsisr&:.:ir3LS V ' If '.,,,',.. ' , .... W. B. McROBERTS. . j i ..,,. The Old Reliable Joweer "C &s I er-nit- in tho Lea d. ,,,,,, - t lfK $. -- e&.--V ' WVA jr ' A. R. Penny Jewelry 9 , ,,.,. 1 . I ., V 1 1 1.1 post-ma- s&sM ssas w.r Mm?., Xwb"o rGmn& si ap in - ArU-mu- tr .4.w.'- watch-maker- 1 itinv-duv- ) coui.-judg- - g 11 ... ... A. 'tedand j H.6.RUPLEY,-- i j ' olh-ro- ' Fall and Winter Coods -" 00 Innt-lia- ll ..-.- - great-practica- ;. 1 ' ,. . l ' Infants and Children. , well-selecte- d 1 ffra-f- cj .!. ?:1 v5 i In the committee assignments in the when he had "shullled off this mortal Senate Blackburn is placed on appropri coil." Fido, no doubt, was faithful to ' junction O. Hoyle, of ations, naval adairs, railroads, census his owner and could bo trusted to carry with S, G. aud tho Stock Farm ami Danville Advocate and Carlisle on finance, woman suffrage, a bundle across the street, and to proStanford, Ky., Decemiiku '2'2. 1S91 respectively, will begin tliu publication Indian depredations and territories. tect the children from harm. Ho doubtUnless the governor interferes, Lou- less had a decent respect for the opinagricultural weekly in Lexington 'of an next month, .Mr. Marrs, like Farmer isville will have u hanging at an early ions of dog kind, if not of mankind, F W. Logan, of the Louisville Times, has a day, tho court of appeals having decided and was honored anil respected by his DKALLRS IX- fondness for matters pertaining to tho that Henry Smith, who killed L. J. follow dogs, as all good and worthy doga away up in Specht has nogrounds for n reversal of ought to be. He was grateful for the Col V. O. Hradlkv is mentioned for farm, while tho Boyles are i nllil did lint B I i fnml Hint tvna irii-itmrn B 91 li the ottice of solicitor general undo va- horse and other stock points. Xeitlur the judgment of death against him. lV. .I.... ....v..1 Gov. Hrown declines to interfere keep the family awake of nights yelping of Mr. Taft to of tho gentlemen will permit the new cant hy tho appointment a circuit judgeship. There is notu innro concern to interfere with ma present with tho sentence of Simpson Host, tho and howling for fear that itwou'd not be important oilice in tho gift of tho presi- newspaper arrangement, but will put wife murderer, sentenced to be hanged known that he was in the world. Fido Tho at Stanton, Feb. .", because ho finds died intestate nud nothing is known of dent than that of solicitor general, ns he forth extra effort all around. scheme has been a pet one with l?ro. nothing in his case to warrant executive his views of the hereafter or what dispois virtually the legal representative of sition he desired to make of his worldly the government. Col. Bradley is a line Marrs for sometime and we are. sure his clemency. Tho outcome of the baso war is the possessions. Tho Commercial Gsisetto lawyer and eminently fitted for tho po most sanguine expectations will be realorganisation of the National League and s tys in referring to this wnl event that sition, and if the president would show ised. American Association of Professional "Three prominent physicians weie both political accumen ami good hard Tiik appointment of Ivlkms as secreta- Base Ball Club. Milt Young was chosen called and the little beast's temperature senso ho would tender it to him As the ry of war and (J oil" as circuit judge, both president and the great Ztek Phelps a le- taken with as much regulatity as if he colonel has a very large and lucrative (Mm the State which was torn from Old gal adviser. was a possible senator from Missouti, so for as would be a practice, it Virginia during tho war, seems to bo no Blaine says he has no personal in hut their skill availed untiling. Soon lucre is concerned for him to accept most tice from the administration that it is clination to be the candidate for presi- Fido's little bark was stilled forever and any government ofiiee, but the honor determined to have West Virginia's elec-- t dent, but if there should come to him no more would his affectionate owners and distinction might make him do so. iral vote next year. It came within from the republican party an over- hear his stub tail beat a tattoo upon tho A committer of temperance people 500 of getting it before, tho only one of whelming expression demanding that he kitchen Hour as he chased the festive! who had opened the Solid fjouth that proved at all shaky accept, he may do so, in which event Mr. flea from his hiding place under his tawwaited on a prohibition town of Charles- in 1SSS. Wo believe, though, that the Harrison will be for him. They will not ny locks. Fido was at rest and while up in the ton, Ind., and gave him :0 minutes to democrats ot that State will see that the oppose each other. the antiquated felines of the neighbor load up his stock and leave town. He best laid plans of such mice as Harrison hood were holding a mutual congratulaLANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. saw that they meant business and he was gang aft aglee. tion meeting, the house was wrapped in oirin 20 minutes. That's the way to do Tiik republicans of Iowa are divided to gloom' Alas, poor Fido!" The daily papers aro now handled it. If the sale of whisky is prohibited it such an degree on prohibition that hope by Mr. It. K. McRoberts. A new mail train put on between should be the duty of every of their success in tho presidential elecMisaMaryZich Hughes will enter, New York and Chicsgo re luces tho citizen to see that the law is enforced. tion has almost gone glimmering. Chairtain her numerous young friends on time on the transportation of fourtl Voting prohibition does not amount to a man Clarksou, of the national commit- Thursday evening, the IMth. class matter seven hours and 40 min- We have just secured a sample line of Towels, Tray Covers, Table hill of beans, unless it is backed up by tee, recognizes this, and is begging his "Jim Crow" Dillon will leave Wed- - utes. Scarfs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, &c, from one of the largest . on the subject and party . i a healthy sentiment to throw prohibition to tho UCm-- i liosduv for Cincinnati, to nneiiil tint holi Owing to the death of Senator houses in this country, which we propose to sell at wholesale pri-l- y a determination to assist tho ollicers in niticn as ho says it has no days with his brother-in-law- . Plumb, nothing of consequence will be ces. In this lot are .some finer goods than are usual executing the law to its fulltst extent on chance brought to to win so long as it clings to that Tho new livery stable is rapidly done by Congress before the holidays. this market. all otlenders. issue. The republican leaders are gov- Hearing completion and the owners ex- The governor of Kansas is a republican In response to a letter from Speaker erned only by policy in any of their pect to be ready for business by next ami will appoint the Senator's successor. We have a few nice Crisp, inquiring if he would take tho boasted ideas of reform. county court day, the L'7th. When this NKW ADVERTISEMK.VVS. second place on the committee on ways is completed we will have two of the Tiik Federation of Labor not only faand means, Mr. Mills replied that having bust liverv stables in Central Kentucky. LOCUS I t.KOVl." served as a member on that committee vored woman suffrage, which is bad The Louisville Times contains an enough, but endorsed the Clucuu anfor ten years, the reasons which render excellent likeness and sketch of .Miss Al his appointment at its head unwise in archists. It also Hccepted social equali- ine Brother, of Woodford county, who and other items which we do not propose to carry over if a price will I'OR SALE. the speaker's estimation would disqualify ty by permitting tho negro delegates to is a niece of Mrs. Belle Wilson Stapp, of sell thctw. the full privilege of tho banquet. The Garrard county. Mr1. Stapp is one of him for service at all on the committee. Th fiiMMt Farm and richevt toil in I.iikvIh ro , of Labor deserves a violent Land, Aitua-tMr. Mills has been the recognized leader Federation tho brightest and best of the lady writers lomptl.inr; ' ii" "I We keep the withm iu milcit Slao.otil. the county ieat and immediate death. The country of of the democracy on the, floor of the of UncolR Fronted by th Shelby Cit) turrplke Kentucky. and acce.Mblc to the Stanford and Danville turuIIouso and this shabby treatment of him would be infinitely better off for its The Presbyterian Sunday-schoo- l nda. 'I lii it one of the- best Mock Parma in and i In a high Male of eu't jj re. liasmade many of his friends in Congress demise. will give a novel entertainment Christvat ion Abundance of water lor all purmt-r- . and elsewhere naturally indignant. Cot,. Casti-kmahas called a meeting mas. It will be called a "Christmas Soil la ferule and it tollable fur In? rvwinff of hen p wheat of the State Central Committee at his chimney." The chimney will be built located tobacco, corn andhe dividedI'Ke land it and two to that it can Tiik democratic party in Louisiana is residence in Louisville on made The a htrge a.l tho L'Sth, anil of paper boxes, painted tho color of lontmodimit dwell. improvement at Mock barn, rig u niivenieat over the lottery question. a all broken ut to be foiMid any where. Our stock of ladies' andchildien's shoes is caucus of the democratic members of bricks and each containing a present for .Vc . the brt of frait of all kinds, etc Kor Into convention at Baton Rouge split The complete, having just assorted up. lualiM, apply to k II IONICS, Stanford. the legislature, on the '!)( h i list., at a scholar of the school. I' JO.Ml and nominated two separate tickets for Frankfort. The first meeting will I) V R1I.KV, iinriU. r The protracted meeting at the Chris State ollicers, McKnery being nominated r Gentlcmcnnn want of underwear should ex mine what w have in several important subjects and the tian church closed last Sunday night b the regular convention for governor. latter will nominate ollicers for the Gen- with 21 additions including that line. confessions, Stockholders' Meeting. man and delegates of Ho is a eral Assembly. restorations ami letters. Klder Tharp persuasion were considerably in that A Meeting of the ttoi k hMr 04 in National proved himself an earnest worker and The largest and most elegant stock of is IC K W I2 K ever accn in the nscendency. The seceders nominnt-e- d Tiik citizens of Somerset raised the re- preacher and starts in with his work well Bank ot Hu.toMvlllc will ho hold at their banking ova in Hunonnlle m the iKeiM Tneteda la Stanford. an alliance farmer and th y have al- quired amount for the pipe line to the January, i&it. fr the purtc el eUcUag in in hand. Carlisle Mercury. DifOLtort to Mrrti' lb entoiac it, ready appealed to the virtuous North for Wayne oil wells and have organised Si td J W IIOCKKR, Caahi Mr. Will WoodcocK, of Danville, ocpecuniary assistance in downing the Consult your1 tntei est niul come and 'see ut. with Dr. George Perkins, 0. II.' Waddle, was here Sunday. John L. Anderson is topus. The colored contingent will like- Green Trimble, J. R. Richardson, Geo". in Danville for a few days, assisting his Stockholders' Meeting. ly decide the fate of the concern. S.illee and ij. W. Hicks directors. A con- former partner, K. V. Lilian!, to invoice tract for tho line will be made at once. A mealing of the tockhuMeit of th Kirtt Nahis stock of drugs recently purchased. It is stated that if the railroads were Hank will be held at their banking kmi.e has accept! a josi- - tional in Stanford ou the tri oml Tuetday in Januat) to cease giving free passes and as many Death laid Ins hand on Senator Chnney Anderson nf tH.tins eleven Uueitora ' turp iboi, for people traveled as do now, the compa- Plum at 7 a. m. Sunday and in five hours tion as salesman in Mr. R. K. McKob-- I to ictvr the ru.uine tear he JOHN) M'ROJIEKTS, Ca.hier nies could make more money hauling tho strong bodied and large minded orts' store. The Lancaster Public School, of passengers at one cent a mile than they Kansau was a corpse. He had been Stockholders' Mooting. do under the present state of affairs at senator since isTii and was much loved. which Mr. M. D. Unifies is the nrinciXECKWI-AK- , three cents. This is probably overdrawn, not onjy fcy ,jH party associates, but tho pal and MissScottn Pettv assistant, cloa- - A COLLARS, the ttockhoMert of the rarmeti oil Saturday, with appropriate exorcise?. Tankmooting ofCo but there is no iloubt tlia. iree paH democrats Ik 1 rii.l will le held at their bankmK The nuniN uuvo tihumLiut eviilunceH of hounc in bUnford on the firtt Werlticada)' in system is abused. A great many people lof clcten Dt The Louisville Tiinis says that bvboth .reat proflriuiu-- in their varioiiSHtiui!B rectore1(91, tertcthe pufoteuf year on them who can return no quid ride the tnnjini' to J II.OWSLKY.CaakitT pro quo in any way, shape or form anil leimth and value of service Mr. McCrea-- j ami the principal can be coiuzr.itnlutei! it is a wonder that the roads allow them- ry ia entitled to the chairmanship of the on his success as a teacher. ITotico of Election. Foreign Afl'airs Committee, and every Your correspondent acknowledges selves to be thus imposed upon. one who has observed the course of our the receipt of a kind invitation to attend It is not often that people are so anx- excellent representative willsay "amen." the marriage of his friend and compan- County IHiilding aad &aliiR Acijllon wMI b Hank A the ious to pay taxes that they will rubh ion, Mr. E. C. Walton, of the Intkimok. held at the office of Dec. Karmert the tiri I'tnat Ce. on Saturday, of is, Inr NEWSY NOTES. pell mell over each other .and through to He has, as he deserves, the best wishes electing nine Director H. MAI the enmiak' vrar bec'y. CII.MAN. J. p'ate glass windows to do so, but Cin CL'FFS, GLOVES, J. J. Stigall, aged 01, died an his of his numerous friends for his happicinnati furnished the exception Friday. farm near Crab Orchard, Saturday. ness and success, as well as their con'It was the last day of grace before a penr J. L. Ferguson, of the gratulations upon his entry upon the alty was to added and not until tho time Kansas City National Hank, is in jail for voyage of matrimony. Long life and was extended and the police had been stealing ?20,00o! AGENT, abundant prosperity to tho young cou- REAL brought out in full force did tho mob Lee Jenkins, who killed Wash Ram ple disperse. Several women and men were sey at Lexington, last spring, got oil" Ky. Rey. Green Clay Smith, who was MUX'S, WOMEN'S AND more or less seriously hurt. with a life sentence. a member of Conuress from Kenhae 'tune a numberof FA I! MS for kali- of the ., ,, , . cry hut I! uoOran l.aixU in l.lrmiJn omit Negro delegates weie admitted to uiCKV, guvurnurui .tiuiuHiiuruiu it uriKii- arc all well imnroved and uoori The appointment of '" ,"e ',n the banquet given the Federation of La- dier general in tho Federal armv, as we 1 Conaiilenni;'":"""?hualny, their J0,1"500 'V'," "Woods to be a U.S. circuit jude may thei frrbor, at ISirmingham, after a row. as a minister ol tlie ii.iptist church, has tility ot kiiI thecoiixtlnvucr ol lurntiil.t and tail- wipe out the debt that Harrison owes rMili that bring market, right to owr dour, ihe Mrs. Amerine, of Richmond, has become the political correspondent of are cheaper than the l.an.U of any other county.in him for buying the vote of Indiana, but State There l crcely a Farm in the coun brought suit for $20,000 against Hal the Danville Advocate, ami writes his th over roue, it is the most shameful piece of business s ty irnm a iineot Ihc running that the president has been guilty of, and Cockrell for the killing of her husband. letters from the capital at Washington. inevcryt iuit) iv ihecked with turnpike road cm direction a There 5c The common pleas court, which be When preachers turn politicians they leriiij: the comity eat that m notnot public Mai.adninirl democrats in the Senate havj rethe We have the gan at I'ineville yesterday, has 'M'2 ap- are not usually benefited by their new H. dividing Knovville llrauch ol tni 1. .V N It solved to show their disgust of such the county from Kail to Vet and the from the K C. R K I. methods by using every effort in their pearance cases to dispose of, says the associations. Milt their IUMUI'IICH 011 tllO C. b. K Kplace toNorth to C K. O. Irointhit Cimiiinali, croxittg Messenger. politicians may prove beneficial never- - j i incneiiur, giving inn accesv to inethe power to prevent his confirmation. nurkenot - nn,l tli.r,.hv tho whole world. Hitnlrt, we have thuv Urc of nmn onnil Coon ISrown shot and killed Christ- tliuli.u.- ' J I'lmr Mill in the county that Rive ilk a HiArlut for all our Krain right at honuv and the dtvclop. In exteuation of Laurie Hlak el 's of- ian Johnson at Muncie, Ind., for seduc- It. rricntof the mountain legion ol Kattern and) ,.,.. .1....,, ...... U- e Stated a fense in dropping into poetry with a ing his daughter and attempting to outthe out.. . . that Capt. t.a ",n " Kentucky I.. .ailroad.Hiida aennnu... out thud, liro. Logan says rage his wife. E. W. L an WOlllll Shortly remove to 'tl " la ..flute u men for all kindi of cereal and iiriiveiuler th.it we nn Headquarters Kor lie is afllicted with confirmed hereditary The warrants fo- disorderly conduct W ilichester to engage 111 the drug hlisi- - crrely retain enough tor home connumjitlon I'hn people are pronperoue, enero and Und, ,:..,. mid acquired insanity and we are forced against Long, at his hehevmg in Christianity and education. lh.ie IieSS. 'I he captain has "ot have been withdrawn on a promise mind and has purchased tho drug store groU a neighborhood m the loumy but liea to believe that the statement, is too true, church and fTJ she will resign Jan M. since reading his article squinting at that at Drtlivilll) 01 H. '.. Samilel, Who takes' .Stanford, the countv at of Lincoln, m a pro- perout little city il aliom .,501) innali.t iim rim After poisoning three brothers and Mr. Lillirrd's handsome residence on thecrvat diorwuv from the N'ltth and North prohibition. I'oor fellow, he a good man South and the Northwe.t a sister, Vanderaviiig, unrf deserved a better fate. a Relgian, was Lexington street in the trade for cant MjihIioj; fromdoea gaiiM rich! to fouthea.t, and Into the lov. it given the death penalty for an attempt $o,000. Capt. Lilian! is a tine drug- oin of the undeveloped mountain of Southeastern Kentucky backed up by the whole Ouk friends, the prohibitionists, have on tho life of the fourth brother. gist, a thorough business man and an ex- region ol the State with railroad ruiinlni: through decided to hold their national convenCincinnati had 100 more deaths last cellent gentleman and will be a valuable it to all point of the compao, male it niturally next. The week than she did tho same week of a citizen to Danville. I5allou it Gaines one of the licit located town In the South fur tion at St. Louis, June cnterprlte of future great is not much of a cold water yearngo. The total number was I'll and have bought of K. W. Lilian! the store- - inannfacture and other bcini; agitated magnitude. Water Work are now and right aboue the town nhoutf cf u n.ile town, but the delegates hope by their grip is credited with much of inroom they now occupy for $1,500. could be erected Water Work with very there the good example to prove to its citizens that crease. nine cost mat woiiiu tuppiy a city 01 1511,000 It is eminently proper that the de- with the purevt and bet water in the water was made for other purposes than A meeting of colored men in Louis- lllise ol Killo, the faithful dog of Jlllliea world Our little city h been newly rebuilt in the last few year and its limine ro- homes to float boats and wash in. ville passed resolutions against a law for Van Kirk, of St. LouiB, should bo duly idencc will compare with larger citietof aril creater preteniiont. and tr.ulevinen me separate railway coaches for their race chronicled. Tho mortal remains of alt provperout Unr merchant well We have two and uoinir A. A. Lkwib has leased his paper, the and asked that the legislature let the sub- poor Fido were carried from that city to bant with a capital tock m $4oo,oo. that arc Somerset Republican, to his partner and . nwt fiiinn . nrnin.in ic fi.i ...H irr. e W..U...W.. ...I have sole in fi We Cincinnati in a Pullman car and buried did ichool. We have a Keinaln local editor, Mr. R. C. Hlandford, for the ject alone. College, a large brick building, with over 100 puThe lessees of the Tennessee con- in the yard of Mr. Zeigler, of that city on pil in attendance and under the prlncip.il. lup ol coming year. Mr. Lewis will continue victs refuse to pay tho last three mouths' Wednesday last. Fido had the atten- Prof. J M lluhbard, is in a flouriihing condito wor,k for the paper and Btates in a i tion. We alto have a dues on them and the Statu hus a big dance of three distinguished doctors in school, with Prof II. aK,Seminary thatit head good W lllakeniaiiat (LATK ALKXANHKrl'S MOTEI., card that it is the intention of Mr. deficit, which the $L'00,000 one of the buildint; borrowed Fri- his last illness and who were paid $100 have tectlon of theLot Public School ion tmntla iu State, with over thi in to change it to a Elundford day did not make good. for their services TllO COSt of his bliri- - attendance, and with other good private ichoois, vchiiol aie enccllent AND Rotten ties caused tho express al, including embalming, medicine, cof you leeour elegant facilities builmngii, representing We have president ba" appointed Stephen church Tub every denomination, with a full corp 01 mini. ten U. Elkins, af'Weflt Virginir, secretary of of two day and oue sleeping car to fin, marblo headstone, Ac, was $;51S nffiai clam talent and are doing a better buvines $2.50 any clan war. As ho is one of Mr. Blaine's warm- he hurled down an embankment near This may all appear nonsensical, but al' than have tried of men in the city. I to make this ttatemrnt as fact, Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Houscoloring, a est supporters, it looks like Mr. Harri- Cherry v.ale, Has. Of the 40 passengers the same it was becoming in Mr. Van without anv exaggeration or and those who those LOUISVILLE, KY. out, 2(J were wounded, wish three fatally. The Kirk to show his appreciation of the who know will bear u n at lair prlre and locale son is trying a little diplomacy on the to buy pleasant home all W. It. LOCAIH, Mans can be nominated wreck caught fire and some of them worth of his dog by giving him a fuir anionic a good people with andthe licit vnrrrmn.!. Plumed Knight, who see inejbeforu pur- -j In; would do well to call were badly burned also. dhow while living and decent burial coaling '.'iiewncie. A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, 'Clerks. for president, if he will say the word. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal '.MZfi LZZXT. 13- Severance & Son m WALTON. 1 111 I Dry mi Moss, Ga nets. Etc. .- - Gents', Ladies' and drens' Shoes. Prices. Chil- - Always Lead In Style Quality and 1 bar-keep- er OurStockbyj Frequent Purchases is AlwaysJKept Full. law-abidin- g bow-wow- s, .... -- STO CK FAEM illue-dra- n il DRESS PATTERNS f BEST GENTLEMEN'S SHOES in-far- con-eiiie- Sf-t- ni pro-lotter- y 14 - ' ! ai-t- d OVERCOATS, - Jan-uar- r, j Si-l- d Heavy Underwear, Dress Shirts, HMtAl)'rsrr 1IMMDTO A CIIILIHtKN'S e 8j-- it book-keepe- for-merl- v II. T. IUSII, ESTATE Stanford, I - ' -- 151oi:ks-of-Fiv- e .... it- v - y- Then-Fari- . - FINE ,H M'ROBERTS H o. f KXGGXJNTS. ' i South-easter- long-draw- n - .tit!.' ichoot-hout- .1. l"l I &W. H.WEAREN Cooking Stoves, Stoveware, Stovepipe. -- a Mid-wa- .!..... .I ' i e. Stoves, i Heating Stoves, Illui'-Cra- 29-I5- hrce-fourl- li -- fcWWU semi-weekl- TIE WILLABD Per Day. e, y. j THOROUGHLY RENOVATED IMPROVED. -- Rates ,i .' -- P'SA' J"vf"-' -- JA iM3 4rt A.Ii3b Xtt.a-a,'- ,-' Mgft.-,1- l ftjj.: Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal 22, 1891 A i.i.nk of flno lamps A. A. Warren's. . m just received nt Stanfoud, Ky., Dkckmiikk Tub l'rtsbyterian Sunday bcIiooI will a treat to their scholars Thursday F. Oaiiron wjib fined $10 for drunken and disorderly conduct and went to jail to lay it out. Kov Hkazi.ky has rented I'ink Cot-Ihr- u from Mrs. Wray for the year 1SJ)2 for $17."). He will open a breakini; nnd -- COME TO- - niht. Tub ladies of the 0. a I B.O.WALTON, BUH.ManaRer MEANS V. 11. .M. will Kivo Tur-nersville u null f I : r Tiikiik will bu a Christmas tree nt Mc NI) SIT. Wll T MONF,Y WILL DO. Kendreo church, at Hubble, on Thurs s day niKlit, nlso a supper at S. 1. KsciHAviNd hcniitifiilly iiiul nrtistically Onk of Capt. J. W. KoHe'rt ndiuirers at store at that place. The prodone tit A. If. Penny's. lo Hrodhead jmvh him a turkey for ceeds to Yoi'ii account Sh now ready. I'Il'iibu lare that lie had to take it to nt Stanford. to the Methodist parsonage cull mid pcttlc. A. U. I'unny. Havk your vvntcli, clock and jewelry Louisville in a special ear rcpnirt'd at A. K. IVnny's. All work HroofiuKKMiKiKiKi:, a OeruiRU youth, Tim Mt. Vernon Signal contains some warranted. was arrested near Highland Sunday Hkmkmiiuu tlmtall nilvurwim. wntohrH, beautiful liueN from the pen of Mrs. And will ii(ft itspiwn. It creates the Mcam that urns tie- emiiiie" of the world, ami why mt be a i,...w,.r m purchasing rinH, rtc, bought at A. H. l'emiy'M will Ne.slntl, ilediciited to thu meuiorv night an lie was going to church witli his girl and nftor having the braceletn put n engraved fra of cliariri'. of young Hob Hrown, who was killed by on his wrist was taken nil to Cincinnati, the (lira .several weekHHun. PERSONAL POINTS. charged witli opening the safeof his emTiik Btteniint of the three National ployer and stealing $70 Mas. W. C. Aiihky went U IiiiihvMIo Bankanf Danville show aitL'repite iudi-Friday. CiT. News from Kensee says that SIEOKS, ? depo-ltof $I27,.'M0..'17, witli louim Ciiaiii.ik WiTiiiiiia, of Cflfeuy, wnu hare vidual Hriglit Craves, who ushhI to run n and dlscnuntH amouutiut' to SIR Mit I 05. Siliirdny. nt Rowland, had his throat Come and try it; then if you nro not pleie-ed- . return to your tir- -t love. will not give any price, because I piofoi you slioithl Mikh Id . l'liuu itt 1h quite 111 at Mr. Their combined capital is 150,000. Should ee the tull. cut and several stabs made in otiier parts . W. 1. Tttle'n. MoiMiA.V ClllXV, HOll of Col. Jack of his body by some negroes. It is chargMit. Foiiksti'8 Ituin htm l).'on qnitu ill Chinu, of Ifarrodsburi;, who won sueh ed that he went to their church and itli la Kripi'1'. a reputation hint year pitching tor the raised the row. which resulted in his MiHfl Minnik I) i N v i 1: i'h tin- Ktieflt of Ued StockiriKS, of that place, has nii:iieil probable fatal cutlini: And all liall share alike the rich, the poor, the gieat, the strong, ll.e week, the Miwi Lucy Tate. wio and foolNh. Money will tell. I am dewitli the Chlcaio American AHHoctation termined to CiirsiiKD. As train No. JU) was cross1h Miss Jkanik Lackkv, of team and will pitch for them next sea ing the C. S. track at Junction City, with MIkhSuo Hout. son. Sunday, a little boii of John Uriilith atMit. A. Uiiiianhkv in up toliulp in the TTIE3 in the Store. M t. Vernon tempted to pass in front of the engine, A coiiitKHfONDKST of the niHii Mkh. I'iiank Haiiuih imdnon liavcoiH' Siuual speaks of a shot t sermon preached when he fell, and being caught was If tloe attention to l)uiness, fair dealing and low prices will do it. o come to the Mote next to FarrN and Hardin's, In tho Engineer Grady to Chilli ('otitic, U , tonpend Clirfotmnri. by a Kockcnstle county divine and fur mangled to death. Co trey Hotel and ceine. was on the engine, but no blame is .Mil. aMiMiw. .1. A .Munii went to ther at onu Mates that it was not over to ppend the liolidaya hotirH long. The question that rises in charged to him. Hardin yenterdiiy S with relatives our mind i, what would the said corret-A LAiivasks us to request that every.Mite Uoitr. M(Ai.itkk hpeiit a few pondeut call a Ioiil' one. body in the neighborhood bo liberal in daH of lnt week with the Mimum Cook, their help to the Mt. Xenia Christmas Sta.vioiid has more Inzv, trilling at Iltictonyille. to the siare inch than any place tree on the -- 1th and bee that it is well Mit. C. H. Samiwin and family have laden. The young ladies will brin removiHl fiom t'lin county to a farm near on the globe. They won't work when of them have lunch baskets to be sold at auction nnd it they net a chance and most llarrodtduirp. About half of them is hoped that the young men will bid Miih. (tiiUHiivM went to ('rah Orchard to live by foriming. to death and half of the lively for them, as the funds are to lie Sunday to we her father, Mr. Keeeo ought to used for a fence around the building. remainder sent to the penitentiary. Wrtnl, who ix dangerously ill ..I W. II. Ammiiimi.v, of Harper, Mn The republicans are already beginning Woiii) comes to u Unit our old friend, KniifHH, arrived jtbterday and' iH the I). (!. Slaughter, of "(ireen Itriar," is to llx things for 1MI2. The Lexington HiicM of her nlMei.t and hrolhur. lender sas that (i. W. Gentry, of this to come now doing the largest iiircHiitile Mit Jons IIiik.iit, of the lluhble viplace, will probably be chosen delegate at Crab Orchard that was ever cinity, had hia back lmdly HprnintHl w hile k town in the history of the town. Hm to the National Convention for the while A. It. Hurrinm, collector. working with a IoIkuto prie. H'ore is eonstnntly crowdwl; and hi h 1). H. Collier, surveyor, and Lawyer Mit". M im Ni'.v.sLi.i.KY, who Imh been olerks can scarcely wait upon his aspire to be district delegates-Wheconnected with a ilnw funking lioitsu at we Hud out which Col. Bradley Nashville, returned lioinu yentorday. Tint Knights of Honor elected ollicers H for we will tell who will be chosen. Miw. M. K. Dwiiew took little Cnetel-l- o Dudderiir up to Hrolheiid Friday to Friday night for the ensuing year. They Mit. Sam M. Owkns returned Friday Dictator, l'rof. J. M. as follows t. are hnvo hor oytm oxHininwl by Dr I.S. from a week's bird hunt in Clinton Hubbard, Vice Dictator, Peter I lamp were Accompanying him A A. Warren: Financial County. . ton, l)x M. I), ah.s. Cunt H. 1). Mesrs. J. It. Owen-- , Crit Davis, Kb i.eo. D. Weareii; Treasurer, .1. aii and Mr. A. K U?hii, of this counn couple .7 Pour-Day- 's MonJ. Meltoberts, Directors, John ISright, J. MeGomn.of Hnrrodrburg, nnd Nicholas-villu- . ty, urn down with la AdvoW. Alcorn. H O. Alford. Thov u ton of friends from Versailles and am cate. They Imgged altogether n little himI Mm. A unit the 1st and :M Fridays of imch month. Mitv M ky 1'mi;u 100 birds and bail a good time genover 1'l.elpn, of MadiMtN, who Imv 1xii the Fatal Wiiuk. Friday at l.:W r m., erally. While in Clinton they wore f Mra John M. Hill, returned Ktefits freight train No. 1.1 was thrown from the guests of Mr. Washington Hurt, home Nntuitlay. and of whom they speak in thu highest Him track near Hicpiinlrille and a (Iok-eMikn 1'kihl Ivimi, who hiiH been vWt-nitnrine. ears ilel in hliaptdesti mass. her hiter, Mr. I.llu hymn", in A. S. Jonee, who was ljuisville, for sometime, Iiiih retnrn. Somk Goon AllVICK TO TllOSK Who her, was riding on thu engine, w hich lU'Y roa Ciihistmas. Coniu to the iter home in Untiville Mk. W. C I'mus, Die wollkn hmj 1o llow the traclc. and juuining, was store next to Funis & Hardin's and caught uiulnr a car and mushed to death. Manchester dniesipt, has sold out and, I inbuy n nice table cloth nnd napkins to Toys, brake-men- , Four-Days-move to Iinilou, where he will continue All.ia Nuttall and D. O. Dodd, counterpane, or some match, or a nice were hurt, but not seriously. No. the dnik busings. nice towels, or some nice blankets, or 2i, on which the wiiter was.i passenger. I)h. II. C. Ni'snki.i.k Iiuh securml the some nice draperies, or a niuu dress, or railroad practice, with liHadqmirtors at w.ih coinpelhil to transfer its load and some nice underv. nr, or soino nice Imis-villeCorbiu, ami went thither yesterday was four bouts late getting to corset, or a nice handkerchiefs, or a i was one of tho worst The wn-cmorning. He is a good physician and a tie, or a nice pair of scjienders, or some tine surgeon and will no doubt prove n we ever saw. nico shirts, collars and culls, or some valu.tble uinn in the position. , nicu Illumined shuts. These are goods Dan's Dkmon Dominant. Dan Mu, ni Mum. W. M O'ltin w havo of llarbourville, the corpulent aud that will do you and your friends some . UKRANSIiV, just returned from a meeting of the clever law partner of Congressman Wil- good and will keep you constantly in MANES AND Main Street, Stanford, Ky, Agents' Association at Louis- son, experienced a concatenation of Station memory. J. S. Hn.itKs. ville and an extended tour of Kentucky Friday, which will hereafter more A GitBVT MisicAt. Tiikat. Prof. and Indiana. K. 11. Arnold, of liostun, firmly convince him that that N indeed Kocster, musical instructor of was elected president, C. W. Tot liver, of an unlucky day He went out to take will give (iarrard College, at H ISryant, of (iuthrie, 1st vice and J. the night trsiu, hut had to wait four s? ANDB second vice prentdent, O. (J. hours before It came and then when he a musical entertainment at thu Opera Shelbyville, Tuesday, Dec. 2Mh. Prof. Clarke, of Middlesboro, secretary and boarded it and was taken to Corbin, lie HoiiBe, here, jC Koester is a graduate of the Uoyal treasurer. VNvSV.r?5S? Stm R found that the connection hud been of Merlin, Germany, and a Ul mimY Upright and Horizontal. missed and he had to lay there till the iflrwsiftTM5' musician of the highest order. His solo CITY AND VICINITY. along. There was no e next train came and Portable. All Stationary, instrument is tue violin and his execuS"1S Tra power. 1 "iV"" sizes up to M. F Llkin further trouble till he reached Lebanon fiOO Turkevs Wantko, this, the gem oi all instruments, Junction, where his train was detained tion on be exquisite. Prof. Koester A: Co. Unequ.iled in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and is said to some time by a freight car oil' the track. Durability. adCnsimus, oranges, nuts, Vc, at J, W Arriving at lUrdMown, his conductor will be assisted by some of his most Write for Krce Illmtr.ued Pamplets jmt your wants to vanced piano, violin and vocal scholars Foster's. and await reueived orders to JC: CO., and the entertainment will be a great JAMES W. H. Me- further commands. A teiriblu freight Skv: tny ml. in tliis issue. treat toiall lovers of the art divine. AdSPIUNT.FIKt D. OHIO NKW wreck had ocurred between there and 0KCirV Roberts. children 13c, reserved Beats Shepherdsville. After about two hours mission -- 'c drug store. Holiday Hoods of every description orders came to run to the wreck aud 3oc, at McKoberts' W. II. Adams, a widower of the transfer the p isengers to n train on thu at A. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. PrcHchersville vicinity, and Mrs. Mai:- othurside. Our hero groped around in gie Weaver, were married at the Courti, Tiikiik will be a Christinas Tree at the tho darkness and finally found the cars, Mrs. Adelia Woods and Mr. liph House nt noon Saturday, by Judge How land church Thursday night. For- which wer slowly backed into Louis- Higgins passed up yesterday to attend from kissing the! who refrained wedding of their sister, Miss Anniu comely bride, but answered the groom a distance of some i.'0 miles. Thnnk-fil- l the Skvkiim. of our country friends tell us ville, to have reached! the city alive, Mr. Higgins, to Mr. II. L. Wallace, which oc- when asked the amount of his fee, recently. that they have seen snakes Kawlings jumped into a coupe and with curs from one to fivo thousand stock "Anywhere George Kirk, a W. D. Walmn. of the Fast Kml, a light heart was driven towards tiis ho let thu silver SI dollars," and Xtaisins, He hadn't gone but a .few blocks trader from Fleming, who mariied Mis slide into his pocket. The gallant judge was gored by a vicious hull and senoiiE- - tol. ly hurt. till one of tho horses fell down and broke Maggie Cowan at Millersbnrg on the was more calm than on a certain occa-n. hia leg, the shock of tho f.illing aniinil loth, became insane at Shelbyville mid sion, where he was more interested. A cottaokoii Huhtonville street and throwing tlm occupant on bis head. burned his own and his wife's watches, two rooms in my residence for rent. J. Crawling out of tho trap lie gathered besides some of her clothes, before he U. Alford himself together and started on foot to was lodged in jail. The couple had been or I lioreby w.un cery person from huntinc on The pavements were engaged 'J years. Go to A. A. Warren's and see how his destination. pisMiic through my farm or the b,14rm longing lo me. as the McCart farm now The Louisville Post says that Mr. niiicli you can get for oO cents. It will slick and Dan in his hurry failed to ho through alI lann without Haldoman, son of thu owner of Kerypern passing . na careful as hu should nnd thu result llruce w.ll be prosecuted. Mirprise yon. This is no fake. CRF1GTON. of tho person J.X.MENEFEK SINE was that his feet tlew from under his the Courier Journal, and one College foot ball team denuwspaper men of the Tiik Centre 'II IE- body and hu sat down liku n most promising feated the State College team on their thousand of bricks, tearing nil tho bosom .South, will in February lead to the altar n tall Linooln Co. Building Savings Association own grounds at Lexington 10 to 0. of his pantaloons from their moorings. Miss Annie Milton, of Louisville, stately brunette, with well moulded and CASnits of all kinds, Toys, Oranges' Fortunately no (further serious dumngu OF STANFOUD, KY , The bust selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. nnd n perfect figure, who is Nuts, Cocoanutfl, Cranberries, was done and thu hotel was reached, features Lemons, sunny of tempera- - Ollicein Farmers lUuk & Trun Co , will on Jan. bright of mind and Pickles, Oysters nnd CrackorB at A. A. where', after eating n light supper, hu SASH, LUMBER, ". 6'. went at once to bed, hoping to end thu inent. Warren's. HOOKS, G. Tate, of Stanford, will Issue Another Series of Stock. Mies Lucy unlucky day in thu forgetfulnessof slumSHINGLES, SIDING, Don't buy until you see A. A. War- ber, but even then hu couldn't sleep for be married on January 2d to e Mr. Any one seeking a safe !netment would do ren's stock, which is made up of many fear the sky would fall, in on him or thu Payne, of Boston. Miss Tate is a gradu- uell to investigate. as cent. Ha made more and Stairwork at city prices. Verandah Weekly payments Enable men useful and ornamental pieces in China,' bouse catch lire and cremate him. Dan ate of Daughters College and is than per ceiit. xinreorKnii-inun- . a home. Money toloan Glass utid Japaneso Wares. here, having been a visitor to if limited mean to eciirc is n democrat of thu purest ray Be re no on i'OcmI real ettate. II J. DARST. Mr. Payne is n S. It. .1llAiftO, genour city several times. We carry a full stock of everything found in a II. C. KARRIS, S.IlUGiIKS, In attempting to put out of his bar- and a lawyer of inuclianagosity and young banker of Boston. in his section, but prominent w ho had grown eral understanding room fi couple of men Harrodaburg Democrat There may be disorderly, MrVJ. II. Greer, of Rowland, Friday's experience has convinced him nuu wui a good deal of truth in this statement, liXaiuinc our ucbiua auu dpcLiui.aiiuiiA utiuic iciliu was thrown to Uje Moor with audi terrif- that the fates are after him nnd hu will JOS. SEVERANCE, PreiMent; l 11. HAIinilMAN Sec'v: her friends in this section have not Stanford, Ky. SINK & MENEFEE, J ic force that his Vicht leg was broken probably decide to givo up politics and but W. M. BUIGHT, Treasure r. or buildin? yet been apprised onUie subject. midway between ie knee aud the hip., law and enter the iuinietry. scIiooI-Iiouh- BUSINESS. and mutling nociul at the u on the niuht of training stable. The New Cash Store Dec.L'ISth. Spoon-amore'- Cliriyt-iniiHf- o Cash Always Told lo-c- - DRY GOODS, FURNISNING GOODS, BOOTS, NOTIONS, j H board-ing-hoii- and HATS 1 1 1 1 - I WILL POSITIVELY KEEP NO BOOKS, Z) -- S-CTIILiI- .A. -- CS-OOID CASH TSIDE 1 - XXXJ-3EE:- lie-tro(- s YOUR THE CHRISTMAS direct ltusi-nes- x Purchases State-at-laig- e, Da-yiso- n cut-tomer- s. ' LOUISVILLE STORE .dchnowleriged heaclqiuirttrs or Itnr-det- eri. Klrtr, TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS. Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, pets, Furnishing Goods, Silhl anliker chiefs, Be ore-Christmas Special Sale never equaled on this Continent. For day. Tuesday, Wednesday and, Thursday, extraordinary offering of Bargains, resultant from most reckless reductions of prices ever knouni on ii l' Car- Con-duiit- well-know- n 1 1 new-cas- Mu filers, in fact everything in the House is cluded in this Great and Most Wonderful Sale. . n- - READ, OBSERVE AND ACT. It's an Opportunity of Bare Occurence. Kaw-lings- dilll-culti- es GABRIEL, Managers. Proprietor. Ka-phn- ol Con-servato- tJhrs&rji rzw H C STF.AM MTOmjIBS -- . rim ZttW&& STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portabl26-horse side-trac- k - THE ILEEFEi. - Go to J. B. FOSTER Vai-lioi- to-da- well-to-d- o Candies, Nuts, Oranges Lemons, Fijjs, 1 j FARM POSTED. I Canned Goods of All Kinds and Everything youNesd in the Grocery or Hardware line. A-- I d -- SL Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, ( , well-know- n S VSN' WOVEN WXR.E A1TD SIiAT FEITCX. 2'"2Ei FIRST CI.S.SS X.TJMBEH YAHD. Wl I, O - ft- - i vrr- ."v -- rj i J Uf Bonalcy Broo., bought of Jim FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Discovery by a Sea Captain on the Pacific ltt hogs, averaging .'!00 pounds, Slope. John C. Hill sold to Alex Holt.clnw at fl.l., and of James Oliver a milk cow AT The followiiiR horrible account comes 12 yearling steers at $S 30. for f 3! .ft. from Giiaymari, Mexico: Silas Anderson sold to Hill, of MariJ. II. Ktiglonian purchased of W. K. -The captain of a coastiiiR lugger, who When not so paid $2.50 svil e ehare,ed." old jack for $1500. McAfee, of this eonntv. Laura II., by arrived here some days ago, tellfl a on, a James Carter bought in the High- Hay Dick, dam Laura O.; ami the hay strange Moiy ot n discovery made by K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. land section K! youug butcher cattle at mare sally Jennings, by Ortolan, dam him when his vesoel had been driven Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning out nf ita course during a etorin some $7to$y. Johnson, by Hunter's Lexing -J- ohn Willett, of Shelby county, sold it 5:20 p.m. The llrst is the i1.mii of Terra Cottu. weeks ago. Ho traded lip and down L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tho coast, doing business among the in- at the Farmers House. Louisville, two tjl(, fm(m, race horse that sold for of new Hurley at $3(,nntl Sl'l.- 11 29 pra lliu,r winning something like $110,000 Mail train come Norlh islands and coast vilof Publlahdd Every Tuesday and Fr day The best ssWc in the v. or Id lor cms. brunts RltlC-GmS- S ," sores, utter, chap- sores, ulcers. rheum. .11 M . eru. . , .. , Pd hands, chilblains, corn, .nd no pay requirM.,n- -. lions and positively cures piles, or In a liluh state ol to Kivo perfect tattiUclioc, acres of euod land, ed. It is inuranfed UrKP, splendid twor.cod . ihlnt and Puce .5 ns per bos. Athe outhouses. new barn,cheap, or money relundnl Will sell For sale by A R. Penny, Manlonl, Ky. o This land lies jlf miles from lluslnii nie, Ky. Buolclln'a Arnica Salvo. ilt fcr Fnntt foi "" .. .,. the fac Attention of the pub.u i invited to Stanford Hank in that this is th only National Nitional Hank Act the Under the provision-o- f by the depositors are inured not only liability capita lor an st.Kkholders' stock, but by the t the stock, so that depositors o. amouuienual Surplus. ........... -staln-nents the habitants U) Sally Jennings i lages between here and San Diego, Cal., I Mam Einres train " South -- North Dakota, which lo year- - ago in stakes and purses.. 11..1. ..... . am .15 Nortn ,,w.. ...,.1 w. .1......1... ..ml. VJ, . W..VJ.U and whilejon bis last trip a heavy wind . HIU II4II.I ..".., ..v... 659 ra Local Freight North supra dtove him far out of his way and when nun niuuiy n wnite uiiiaiiii.ini, now winners. Doth of these mares are stintSouth raises more wheat than the whole of The latter train also carry passengers. ed to Harry OTallon. Tne price is said A Little Glrfa ISxporloncn in is LlKbt tho storm abated he found that hu was Great Hritain. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar House. greater than ever puid for mares s ) far out of his usual path that he had time i about ao minute fater Mr and Mrs I.oren Trescott ate keepers ol the l'ilot Medium at l'J years of age is to be (lot l.iKhthimsc at Sand Uracil. Miih and ale Lexington. reckoning. of lost his April the sire of 2!) with records ranging from south Jack P. ChimiVs string of line hlcssed witha daiiKlitrr 4 curs old Col. Ho was out of sight of shore and '2: 1L1 she as taken dow Willi measM, IhIImwcsI with a to 'J:30. air ong them two 2 year-oldDot turs THE diwtdful ionh ami turnniK it't" HOUSE, when they saw land they bore down upracers nrrived Wednesday from Chicago, at Ii.hiic mid nl her, but in am, trratt-and a mere on it and found an islaud that was not where they have made an excellent she Kfw worso rnpidly until she was Kiiik s ' handful of 'lone '' D. A TWADDLE. Proprlotor, G. & O. P. Cecil sold to Alex Hardy, Dr and hen she Ho sent a showing during the past season nt Gar Nr Dist over y and otter the use tid o and a half down on any of the charts. of Ijgansport, Intl., a weanling colt by hey say Dr, v.is bowel bout asiiore ami the men returned Bayfield Park. Tho horses that stalled mc hnttles New completely is cured 'I wciKl'tm golil tsorlli its Kiiik' Dimntn Gambetta Wilkes, dam by Mambriuo ing that no one lived there, but there ceeded in getting a place in nearly eveiy set )ou may KCt you a trial bottle lice at A It cured and prevented Startle, for $1,000. Penny's druE store. were many houses and evidences of the race thev were in. We give the names aciommodatio-- s at retintabte rates. by prompt Tho fastest two consecutive heals .r .... .1 .1 .1 Open day and liiijhl. Sample rours and Koodlisery place having been at one time inhabited. 01 some "i iiieni nun in im- in connection ever trotted belong to Palo Alto, both of It. CAMNITZ, , The captain then went ashore himself , . ca wim bv each: Marv McGowan ran miner -- :n; me lamest two consec- - ' 1st six times, was 2d four times ami on and found that the island had undoilbt-edl- y titive ever paced belong to POST1SI). Direct, being ly failed to get a place in one race in been swept by a scourge of some l':07 and 2:00. '1 Ins nstice forewarns hunters, started. Hannah Mobcrly fislverm.n an l kind, which had carried oil every livThey There have been 10,000 turkeys sold which she others list to trespass on sir lanJs without per Hustonvillc, Ky. .. ,! ;.. .1...... ..,......... iVJlll- .,. t .,,,.1 . ing being. 111 siiiv-i-as all siuh will be prosit itesl In the mission, liver, in Madison countv this season at (.c per null (. It IIS I evientnf the l.w. Signed alnas H Th.ie were numerous huts, showing head, a total of ti,.00. lhisisiiuito an dleton won five tunes and was 2d In A v. ii"m line ,f hind C. I.SPOOVA.MO(IKK the 5S J. K iikuci: that at one tima there had been many item and turkey raising undoub ed v 'live. Louise won three, Capt. Drane THOMAS C. IIAI-I- . ' three and was 2d in three. Kadchll TIIKVKXDOaMK and greatly people living there, but not a living pave. Register. 51'KKI.K lAll.i: A.M. IM'.I.AND larrodf- won live and was 2l in three. thing was to be found. An exanuna-tioII. V. liAINF. DanIi.i.k. About c cattle on the WAl.l AtKMIH I.. 'r lAMKSOIVKNS. lurg Democrat, revealed the fact that the former market yesterday and they . I. S Plllt.t.IPS. went slow y. residents had died in such numbers that I R. CA3INITZ, cutlers solil at 2 to 2Jc; young cattle for' With a million and a third children they had not been buried, but the skele- butcher stuff 2c. Crowd burly good. Lowell, Mass. IllSToNN II U Kj jn public schools, :!7,000 In private LIME AND BRICK. tons were lying around the iwlaiul wheie Yearling mules $100; aged mules Sl.'H). l schools. in ThorosiKhly tehllcd and refurnished and ftsil schools and s.000 death had the people had been when preparml In attend l the wants of the public. . Against the list of 12 trotters sired I will delivei line at n Cuts a ll.ih: In 1. has A. S. overtaken them In one hut were by Kleetioneer and Ids sons that entered t,L. mKro race in thia country edn-atio- more fine hA.MPl.K KOOM attai hed j$mffr easier. Slaiif. id and the ueiiUirhowl tiinil 70 inMtitutions for higher I will also I.m found tho remains of 17 people, while the list as n . sis at Crab On haul, Pn SURGEON DENTIST. the Geo. Wilkes and property valita at Slo.OOO.tXX). R. R. at 7 ivls a hundred (use me chan.e. in many others were the bones of great Office on Main street, oser W. 11. McKoberts lamuy puts ut a string 01 trotteis tito Drug Store, Stanford. Mtlll Kill Kl,l K ml. Or. hard Is a Candidate Inr Sheriff sif Lincoln county, sub-j- .i Thev) had been dead for and 0 pacers that can be classed numbers. in tho A man so virtuous, that he huemed to to the anion il the DemiKratu part.. beginsuch a time that the bones were same category, thus clearly showing a Not mtmMniVtl rtpitolm.; hut ning to decay. good leail. N. S1ZSNSCF2SIC, H..I.OFATHIC SALVS. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Stiffin opinions, always in the wrong. R. There wan little to be found to show Gen. H. M. (Jano, of Dallas. Texas, Was everything bv starts and nothing Is a csisdiJtle for Suldecl n as Sheriff. rHbtl what kind of people they were, but it is arrived at Mr. Sam Gaines', Tuesday long. Drvden. Hies lion Nov. DENTIST. 10 theaclissnof the .lanttHracy . I iCutr-- . ..t old sole, skin 'titrates, StJ supposed that they belonged to one of night. Ho has sold to a Texas gentle carls, bunions, pile., hsiula. s. r.i.hrs l.sli.i Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, Young Nevergo I beg pardon. Miss barns, dew p.noei and bruiss. Wheieser it has upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Oas gisen for painless the island tribes which were so abun- man Memento Wilkes for $7,000 and a IseeH used it ha. fiven wonderful ai.-- l jsiwii ani Polly, for leaving so early, for weally, I dant in thislpart of the coast 50 years """""'sTANFOKD. KENTUCKY. its proriensii; lor rsstoriii( soitnso. is remark colt for 2.000. They will be feel so We. Nu :.s.u testiia"rils will l.e s. ued and much at home luiih' always. aiio. Of course there can only be con shipped in a few davs. S. P. Yearley U app.ai .a this spat a a later date Made Lot on Main Street in Stanford Mis Polly No apologies are necessaas 10 the probable eau.se of the s ltl to Thouia . Wood, of Hoyle, 2 head jecture C. fltViyr ) as IIHV.IS'S.S i.r.r.1 y. ry. I am sure I always wish you to lm at s rs C'm.taiMitic s wiping out of an entire tribe, but the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, knowledge of the fearful sweep of of 1,100 pound cattle at :i IV5. Central home when von are here. eras easy TK W A I 1 ON, Slanlord I.eeord. STANFORD. KY. scourges on the other islan Is leads to MRS. Office ill Odd Fellows' Huiltling, up stair. the belief that a pestilence swept oil' tho i'AUM VOX. SAI.2S. Office hours 7 to 3 a in , to p. m . 7110 P' " I'UBCHASINCl AllBKT, inhabitants. I t.im nf;'i Acrs, ih t irll prisa'.elf myMaul ChJcngo, : : : : Illinois. u th Old man Chaiiiwhoimor has married It; I..I lM nul.s tsollh ( td. K W. B. ll.iiiville ptke Will lake plr... .tr in howum lo again. sj Plvruouih PUcss f U- W.nls.l Ave l. in- -' to pur hasr Apply l ni one J BKIl.lH, ,m IIKLLO' lir.I.Lo "Von don't tell me so." Lusaaslssioil I pae . st e Kcas.i bsr ' v Yes, and he has married a right Oretr. Peatal .Note. Mi. Y.k Ks.n nnc Office South side Main trt. in office recently l.i of I Where can I fiinl the Lart-sKa.eaa. OfiposiusMtsa lar Iwsvaisis Goods? all Ii young girl, JO years younger than he moated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. ol gaasls uaaarpuMd 61 m is." only "Well, 1 declare. ji, reliable man to rs.pra.ct. t reliable Loan DR. MORN M. CRAIG, died months ago, His other wifeon so .KOT1CK H)1 Hit Htll loan msin.y tasat ediatai) altar a wtHiti and he went six lio.nl V.uihetn releeassee )Ui".l branch is Homeopathic Physician, at. tho grave that expected that he ll'.ni HllH'i h.ilurF lois. W'c waal MrctaM men Iw haadse uar b.ins- - A...ir'.s - KENTUCKY. STANFORD, would lose his mind." IM1.CMAM..N' PI ,l.rh,A.N V 8j Jt "Well, you see your prediction has Office Hours -- 10 to u a m , t to 3 p m 8 to I have tnd l ...sit Ii wills mv Iloi'l the . op. m Sittings. treet, opposite court house. come to pass." Texas It is worth a 10 miles' ride to .. hi-- . ti)ck. He has a Otlice on I. I HS Recently compiled population statisIrvl-Stics show the population of Japan to be IJniltHiiy: ts NATIONAL BANK 10,072,020, of whom 20,2.0,;:;ti uru male-- 1 Never seen in Sta'il'nid before. la ike corporate limits a Rowland I'irst-Cl.'Us- S and 10,i2..,Os4 are females. Theincieas-- j OF STANFORD, KY. H I t)KSI. KovrUod. of population over the preceding year And offer lh service o ittath.pubiK ilraii.l sew srhlslrs and fresh blooded tsL.se make sn, wiir .liU 7.M'. Tliero are in Jninin 10 dil- svtth staLla i.mssii Capital Stock J Mouin 134pm ,.,. llvell-year-olda- ; I I 1 m ... Perhaps ten ate run dnn. tint eat. can t do anyilitiitf to your sleep, can't thmk-ci- in't . You tsfacliim. and yon wonder what ails ,.!,... ,1.1 ,h. iinini;. sou are takti.tf ine nrsi a nervo oil neeii step into persons nmsir.itlnn. tonic and Klectnc Hiturs y.ni will hud tliocxait mrsous sjstim toils tcmiMly for restoring jhi ; noriniil, healthy ..niliimn lollowtluMiseortlns Nerw lonn i and Allrrntlve. is resmrcd Your ji.iM-ntreturns, K'Kd ilii-slinaciitm. ind tlielisi-- and K.dnejs iume liealtliyPenny s at A R Try n botile I'riiCS" !' drug store . vt-11- Tho First Step S. 56-i- P. srA.i. Sl lor Ky i..i I ' ... r h- - CONSTIPATION other complaints the use s 1 l.t . l the interest of my former HasliiK partner. .Mr. W. R McPherson. I usk a liberal shaic if the patronage uf the people of Rowland anil t Icitilty. I will continue the cuth business lucti the t'irni of UHlon A- McPherson started ut to aid think I can easily prove why it will le hencficial to botn my custntnersand myself. For iHstaare look at these prices, jo Lounds srunul.i led miliar for $1. Arburkle'a onee n tents p, r tMiund iiHd all other poods in proportion. Also lias t on hand at nit times lumber and shingles for II. HI LI ON, sale J Rowland. Kr r 7 pun-haimd-, 1 for cash: oitl-y-- . r . SHELT0N I 11 1 1 Itowlunri, I'irsi-clas- Kentucky. n Ayer's Cathartic Pills regulate the cleanse stomach, iit-iii- .,,,... .. s 1 1 -- -- I II. Undertaker&Embalmer MHi-onni- .n. . . !.,. lull-e- st digestion. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co, PRICE, assist d I 1I0TI.L I'r-- II. aimiK'r. I imro-jhia- I 111 n (JENTRY V 11 1 1 C - i j J. Mm' hrui-es- Dr. II. Nuimclley, -i 1 Tdr. PENNY, Dentist. fs3dO anta G. t (OI -- FRMK MlimEWS ,us yv? - Pot-Ur- h i WAITTED. . 1 Go to A. A. WARREN'S -- -- As-o- . TRAVELING PUBLIC, ' ; 1. r LIITB OF JAPAITESE XVAKES Por Salo FIRST Twenty KOUS33, I-o- IJvcry Sl;:llc, rail. t.KI.KN. ProiMirior 8200,000 IG,500 year there weie I07.47S divorces. La hU. .sJSrriSANTA CLAUS' .,..,. .'UO.-II- marriages, and! Gospel in All The o vji iiniun.is .., i SUPPLYJthe uj were CAii.iii-ueution- ie.iL.n.iK uui Mure, uui we are heat quarters for u r - ,1 kilbv house, RILKY. F-- u London, I - - Proprietor. - Kontucky. m b--stsi Tho Dost in the Country. m a Oi.e V AI III' HNS. Ma. arr W L now with tjcllitie for transactiiigbusinesi prompt and ly and liberally than ever before in its long fiducorporations, honorable career Account, of respectfully solic-te- d. individuals ciaries, firm and The Directory ot this Ilank is composed ol T. J. foster, of Stanford; Fotoitus Rtnd, Lincoln county; J.W. llayden, Swnford; S. It. ItauKhmun, l.lBCe-lriM. J. Mllttr, Mt Vernon; S T Harris. I.lacofa; .sy J. S. HocVar SMusfwd; G A. Lacker, I,iHOln; T. P. 1141, Ssmsfo.il, ; to have SILK 600S3, i, ntepand tbaa everi.y ccosamdal the public In China all the land belongs to the lo .pm bv J lull- - Ol IOO.OOO .Li- - t mrr-il (roost I.ivstfy Miachssd and every rtsav. . nc. of the bank Statu and a trilling sum pur acre, never of theioiulition Vise sworn line of Ladies' and Gentlemen's fine Custom Made Shoes, 7, Oi as call. KKANK KII.KY. eartothe United are made eat h ....... ,.r- - eiamined Stales govern- altbred through long, centuri. s, is paid A Select at stated times :.. Men's, Hoys' and Youth's Suits and Overcoats. additional for if 0y t,L. occupier BS rent. Tilt Soil by Rovernmetit a,ents, thus secuntiK and perieci M.t.y ." established as the ill China is so rich that the holding, are Nice line of Young Men's Stiff Hats, a nice line of Ladies' Jackets, Deposit Ikmk of htanlord In 1858, thenHi which we propose closing out in the next JO days regardless of untl it is estimated ii6s and generally very small, as the National lt.'l ol Stanford National II .nk ol that a square mile is cap.thlo of supportprice. A beautiful line of cheap Rockers nothing nicer for a iinm .. has had practically an supplied ing .I,bl0 persons. Stanlord in Christmas present. years. It is better existence of m?.EDitf. Ulii Hffi'..K!..3, - asnved n.w Haiti and PORTMAN si ANHIIII), HOUSE, K , ...(-...v .-. lnrainr.-orKani.eda.th- c CASH for I JOSEPH COFKKY, I'ro'r. I and rrluinished. is n.vr intend to rnada.t it su as In syat flntly asaiiilam lis hils reputatlofi, bnt 10 add ta Its lonit llsi l friends Special aisosnm.Hla-tsoa- s tor coaswen lal tuseiers and Maa iooims l..r Ike display of sampl.. ten 3 I his lli-lel- , in m) charge snd I rale Arbuckle's Coffee 20C package; The grandeur of the Vanderbilt estate In Groceries we defy competition. Granulated Sugar 20 lbs. for Si; C Sugar --'O lbs. lor Si; N. (). Su-2near Asheville will surpass all conceplbs. for Si. Highest market price for country produce. tion. It will be the iinest in the country. One hundred miles of elegant V. K. roads will traverse the grounds. The total coit will be fully fo.000,000 and it will take live to build the palace. The grounds contain 7,200 acn-s- . Highest cash market price paid 2 PERKINS, Crah Orchard. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at A First-Clas- s AadHII.LlAUn.nd 37-- tl Saloon POOL IIOOM8 attached. JirSKPH COrM. ( W. ('.. U'.Jh,Striafotd. W. P. Tat., Stanford. OKFIIERS: J. S. linker, PredBt; lah J. M , Cashier; H A. A Mc Kinney, Assistant Caatuer Old Virginia Wattles. Mix a quart of milk and mx tablespoonfuli. uf Hour with tvo tablospnonfuls of sifted corn meal; adtla teaspoon fill of salt Hilda tablespoon-fil- l of melted butter. Lastly add three eggs beaten very light. Baku immedi- REDUCTION IN- iI. R EL KIN s & CO., K John 11 CastlcmaM. A Latih. in i.r stANIOKll - WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY: During the Holidays at 1 ,000 LBSj Insurance CANDIES. Ol- - ROYAL Sfr Company, MASAOhks, 95-- y ately in welt-grease- d wattle irons. CIIItIST.lI.tS o Farmers Bank&Trast OF STANFORD, KV Is now fully , Co. orjam.cd and ready lor business with - Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000. 15,000. A little buy who was asking his mother how many Gods theie were was instantly answered by a younger brothur: "Why, one, to be sure." "Hut how do you know that"" inquired the other. "Hecauso God Hlls every place, and there is no room for any other God." M OIBJISHT ;it,J!!li.''jL'!IL-;S- l.very conceivable kind at from lo to j cents per pound. BARBKK&'UASTIiKMAN Be sure and call before buying elsewhere. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, . t. i Now ckssiilf up) with th. same assets and uudet. the sime mauaf.meni. Uy provisions of its chatter, uepositors aiu as fully protKted as ate depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders beius held individually liable to the extent of the amouut of their stock We see by The Wond's Cnsi. that m therein at the par value thereof, m addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as the year ending last Mr-h- , Cl.k.i,! executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual spent 40,lKX),(K)0 ami Philadelphia (.. who entrusted their buismess to us To those And yet people are while mnaitiiiif the' l.mcaln National Hank ol 000,000 for rum. Stanford, w we hue tender aur manv thanks and hunting for the cause of the poveitx ami trust they will tontlHue to transact their busisvwi with us, ulitrmtt a a guarantee for prompt attenmisory of the people. tion to same, our twewty ywirs tmperiance in bntikmi; und.is liberal accommodations as are conDelicious Cream Mullins lt-tin sistent with sound bankio: Jimmy "Pa, wish I could be a pirate and sail the Spanish main and scuttle ships." Mr. Scrimp "Well, you just take this scuttle and sail tlowji eel lar and pirate wmie coal from Mintli bin." liiriiiitigiiaui ItepublicMii. I MACK HUFFMAN,! Dealer In rniKnrsE a Building, Louisville. Oranges, Lemons, n.'inaiws, Mal- Commerce A sen is through. ul tne South. aga Grapui, California Pears, Figs, Kaiiins, &c, host in market in great W. A. TPvIBBLE, Local Agent, abundance. sIAMOHIi. KV P s, lies, Sweet Pickles Spiced Pickle, Sour Pickle desires to cnllJlhcVittcntion of the Peach and Apple Hutterallin public to the complete line always bulk and of the verv best quahtv. found in his store. lie can furnish 011 with as nice a A full assoitnient of both tanned and evaporated California fruits. A v msams caoss, Jcl 1& I 1 c iiikhctohs: J. M. Hall, auulord; J. S. Owsley, fctaiiford, A. V ilt. V.raou; S.J. Kmbry, Stanferd ; , E. Lynn, Stanford; J. Carpenter. MilMKeviHe; K. Haujjhman, Huston ville; K. Stanford; which, by the way, him never been pat J. WillUm Go.li, Staalord, Ky. ented, ib the invention of D. II. Davie., S, II. Shanks, President. of C'oliiinliiis, 0. Ca hier J. U. Ovs W. M. Ilrishl, Teller Virginia bonds went lip UJl? ill Ull- J M, Uiiilim.n Geier.l Rou Kei er. llotl, aa ll result of the debt COIliproillib.. -- cb, "ZfJ v.-r- of butter; add slowly one pint of Hour.' Dour in inulliu rings and bake great many other nice things to AS Vol colM.h wish. Mv eat that I cannot enumerati motto is, "the cream of the 1.1. .r Yd those rho ,uv a httl" behind in their accounts with him, he asks whites and yeus ot tour eggsseimrateU: lf . r ket. " Home .uid see for . . 1. .. .1 uu,UI xv Ku r u,,u uu LmuL !... '" " 'l,,u " ....!..mix in half a pint of cream and mi ...in. o as 'l SP . I J . Chrismas Present jOi MMxfrto&iiitM vxy'.v imiMthW, xir. - iWiiffiS r"i" i tab mu& :ti:i rvr ?V ;! c2& ....iT ur-e- : " JESSE WEAKEN. S-- LE. . 11 Stanford Female College. I PTJBIilO I will m II it piit.li. .1. M the Pausill. .ikr, . . .. linn, the Knii; I p J. M. KUBBARD, A. M., Presideit. j Eall Session Tuesday, September ist, 1891. S iperior j. Uu cotp), ot Conservatory and Normil School lea.lors. . Catnlm. 11 s slid j Art. Kxcvlleut boardiiiK dtpiitmtn-- arc ilars co.irissiti Lilorat furnished on application. ir, M isic imd ,.Jrti , i, ..?. .. nasinir reraoseu my latter nop to the eoni lM.r sixiiir M- bairela ol Cum in the ril it. j'-- . hand Mules, some Horse Sux W, u b.u.l ui morclal Hotel, 1 am prbpan.' t a .ninmodate la Sheep, oo isr 6m. niiil of Toltaico, s bulih.r u.. mm Wei, a. ciir'.c.i -i aiij.i.i.. nicy mav I iouseiios.1 ami Ml. tien WISH in my line. Children also waited on. tail (stile, tl of, IESSK lllOMPSOW "II IIIH. l'Hr"ltHta. Terns ada krtsvn an Oas of sa'e lnOoramercial Hotel. So-- t J. 0. IRV1N. '1 Dee. Tuesday,ft.llnwinir b -i 29II1, 189X, . nerhoi alls sss ,. j l .1 ,- ,u ':. w iV - ifr d 'T si - t as . &$ , a. !,. Uu j.1' jatfeba- -