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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892011201 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 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. '.-- ', ' J! Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XIX. PRIMARY ELECTION. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Can- - Journal NO. 90 A STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY 12.1892. ! j J J- - HUSTONVILLE. licitcd their suirrnges according to their preconceived views and with but littlu Mrs. James M. Cooku is very ill. To Be Held March 5th, to Nominate Ico, about three inches thick, was of the largest Undo George Weatherford is nuito put up by Bcvetal Hrti s in town Inst reference to thu interests dldates For Sheriff and Circuit and most important element of Bociuty. ill of grip Clerk. week. and complications. and lias many imitators, but Mr. Cale lirown was arrested for Tho household effects of Mrs. I'olly Hut politic! is politics, you know, At a meeting of the Democratic Coun- the farmer must stand by his party, re selling liquor at tin oiliro oi tlio .Singleton, clcceabod, were sold at anc- -' ty Committee, held when ho should not. g.trdless of the price of wheat, com, cotTrTSnJ i, u M ies Lizzie Hoglu attended a recepTil j r. "i'u- I'hairmnn on Saturday, Jan. V, 187:?, n lion Satin day. The proceeds of thu sale ton or : tobacco. . tion at Dr. John Bogle's,' Danville, Satquorum being present, Cli'O. 1. Jlrlulit amounted to . Communion serviceH will be held at urday evening. was elected secretary of tho committee From the Land of Goshen. PrcHbyterinn church on the flth Sun Miss Minnie Diuwiddie will go to Don't be deceived by something the to till the vacancy. Mr. W. II. Traylor's distillery iaiap-idl- y The following resolution was thei day in this month, conducted by fie v. Hearing completion and will soon Stanford Monday to attend the Tate-Paiwedding. Miss Mattie Dinwiddie A primary election to bo held Worrall.of Danville. adopted. bo ready for busi ties. said to be as good. Buy the Oliver and you will have the best. I 1b with Mrs. Jno. 0. McAUstor, at Funis, In speaking of tho future of the CenSaturday, March 5th, lS'.'- - between tho Tho Christian church at this phuo am the only agent here and extras bought elsewhere are bogus and hours of 7 a. m. and r. m , is called to tral Hecord, Mr. James It. Marin Kays in has engiged their former pastor, Uro. Tex. Miss Faunio owell returned to will not give satisfaction. Prices rcdtFccd on both Plows and Repairs. candidates for tho last week's issue of that papei: "My J. Ci. Livingston, to preach for them this Uradfordsviile Wednesday. nominate democratic Tone Hunn got back from Adair Court Clerk and Shcr-lll- " young friend, Mr 1. K. Hmdies, will year. ollices of Circuit of Lincoln county. Tho election liavo the vnluahlu asasistanee of (ion. Our school at this place, taught by Friday with three fancy' combined geldHhall be held at tho regular voting W. J, Landram in local, literary and MNs Tompkins, of Harrodsburg, was ings, which he declared a handsome adplaces in each precinct, except Stanford general news departments of tho paper, opened lust week with il.itturiiig pros- dition to Ids already extra string. D. A. C. SINE J..V.MKNEFEB C. sold to J. W. Allen 8 precincts 1 ond J Hindi both vote at tho while I shall retain control of the polit- pects of a successful term. steers e. ntSi'O per head, 11 yearling sheep at voting shall be viva ical depattineut and a general supervisTho Mr. Win. Holtzclaw and Miss Nanshoats voce and tho names and votes recorded ion over tho entire work. Mr. John L. nie Heaumont were married in Lexing SV.'.'i per head and 10 in hooks to be provided for that purpose, Anderson assumes thu placo of business ton on New Year's day. We extend our for $2r,. insr A lato letter from George Miller Democrats and niinorn of democratic, manager and is fully empowered to look congratulations to tho young people. ma alter and maiiHgu this very necessary proclivities, who will attain their Miss Louana Dtidderar has returned Gi vena reports Atlanta stables crowded jority by tho November election shall part of the establishment." homo from a very pleasant visit to with U.OOO cotton mules und horses and bo entitled to vote. Tho otllcers of the 1. II. Ktco has returned from a bus- friends in Jessamine county. Mr. Frank no buyers. Many mules sold on credit in tho seveiid precincts shall iness trip to Lexington. Mrs. Thomas Spratt and family have moved to . Point a year ago have neen returned to the election Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets sellers, with declarations of inability to certify the result of the vote in thu luck Wherritt is ill with the grip. Lea veil. and return same to Kirby has gone to Katmdale to enter the of the and Verandah Work. school meets at 2.J0 pay. The outlook is gloomy. Our Sunday A brute in Stringtown suburbs de county chairman by the following Mon- Military Institute. SheritrCurt Robin- o'clock every Sunday evening and is in day, who shall associate with himself son bus about recovered from an attack a very flourishing conditio!, numbering serted his wife and children rather than one or more members of tho committee of pneumonia. Miss IWdc Hush is vis- SO pupils, tho credit of which is due to provide food during the snowy spell, lie and count and declare tho result of the iting in Atlanta. Mr. L W. Morrow our superintendent, K. H. lle.izley. CZZ. was tracked to where he had left the ax, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. vote. The otllcers ol tho election shall was called to Selinn, Saturday, bv a teleOur popular agent at Gilbert's Creek but no evidences that pensions aro due clerk in each gram announcing tho serious illness' of Mr. Lilburn Ooocli, is downJiwith the some kindly beasts for having devoured consist of two judges and a - - Office Ky. his father. Policeman 1M 1'iney re- grip. Miss Pattie Hooch lias" returned the wretch, Judge Lynch should conprecinct. following named gentlemen ure signed his pesition and will leave this home from a visit to relatives near Stan- vene his'court. The A rdeighing party had an up-sweek for Indiana. James M. Iiytou ford. Misses Kittieand Lena Palmer, appointed such otlioors and and '2, K. T. and family will move this week to Cin two IiJiidsome young ladies of Point break-dow- n on the outskirts Wednesday Stanford precincts I'ence, J. II. Miller, judges, John Urlght cinnati to make their future home. Mr. Leavell, are visiting Mia. Thomas Tray-lo- night, which necessitated a walk iu with 3" led horses. After elaborate repairs, the Malcomb Tillett anil family huvo moved clerk. confidently started to Stan Hubble, S (.i. Hubble, J. V. Hrlght, to the Price property on Stanford street, DEAI FR IN- ford Thursday afternoon and made it recently purchased by Mrs. .las. Mason. judgcB, J. A. Hammonds, clerk. Old Maids' Kick. The I). y Mrs. Maon has returned to her hotel successfully to the Iu the I ditor Interior Journal Wayncsburg.U. W.CIIII, M. mark, when Stamoiik, Jan 10. Wej have always like the old shay, the sled went abso-- j judges, 1". l. Caldwell, Jr., property. Capt. Schley, commander of the Bal- looked upon the I J. as our friend and hitely to pieces, and the party got home ilcrk. W. H.Clore, C.S. Heiiftle, timore, admits that .IS of his men were have received po many kind and compli- a few minutes before midnight, horte-$Kingsvillo, ashore when the revolution in Chili was mentary notices in its whimiis Jthat we back, using rugs instead of saddles. judges, M. J. Urn IF, clerk. A "Wait and See," given at Mr. Highland, Uen U.uigh. A. J. Henry, in progress, and the question is perti are loth now to liud fault with it, biiLin-iur15. Mullius. clerk. of .inim imiwiciiiies iiinupH. Dr. nent, what were they doing there at done our sex in a recent night, bv oun Hustonville, !'. M. Yowell, 1.. II. that time' Were they there on busi- - fering us a selection of young men to elder young ladies, to the local and Extend to the public their hearty thanks for the very liberal patronage W. 1). Hockor, clerk. HUM, or simply iib spectators, for the past year and and were choose husbands from,! coupling with neighboring gallants, who were left to Turnersville, 11. It. Thurmond. W. U. they in charge of acoinui'ssioned officer'' the oiler the inferenc that soinu of us find their way, is reported to havo equalIt may he said that they hud a right to might (impose to some ol these tiacK led if not surpassed the "Lnp Year" Hill, judges, K. J. Tanner, clerk. Crab Orchard, U. II. Uroniiugh, J. K. be there, business or nobusincss. Grant numbers, is too much for endurance: given bv the intermediates, of which wo (arson, judges, W. U. Hansford, clerk. ing tliis to he true, if they had no busi- and here we draw the line. Think of it wrote. A skilled caterer from Danville , ness, was it the part of prude ce to al- Oh! my' That any of us should so far prepared and served a magnificent ten- Walnut Flat, J. M.Collev, C. V. clerk. Our motto has been low them to be there at a time like that? forget or disregard propriety, solely up- course menu, which the next essay will' Shall be exerted to maintain your confidence. judges, Hugh Scnrgent, Vhould any of the otllcers named be The probabilities are that some of them on the excuse that it is leap year, is un- have to "waif some while before it can snail be " e than was neces- pardonable. r,ut woise still, you go be- "see" and go that spread "one hetter." Imbibed more absent, Uiomj present shall till the tjrOOClS -- Nearly every sary, and ill the exuberance of their feel- yond that to deal us a greater injury in town was J. U. Pantos, Chairman. ings proceeded to give expression of their to olFei us your cheapest Jlot of bachel- filled witli cakes varying in thickness (Jul. V. Umt.iiT. Clerk Wc will use this space in calling your attention to the many good views, and thus provoked a dilliculty, ors to select from. Who of our sex Iihb fiom it to 4 inches. Tho skaters weref Obituary. acted in so boisterous a manner as to over injured or olletided yor, that you out in full force Friday and one of the things WC have in Stock. or (jtorgo 1). Lyon, son of.Ci. C. and call for an arrest, which was resisted doom to such miseiv as would be that of' most expert ladies had the misfortune! ttaWc have a few Ladtes' and Children's Cloaks left, which we Mis. Nannie Lyon, died ai his home anil u row was the result Of course thu the wife of one of these? You do theso! to break through where the water was Hustonville, Ky., Nov. Mtli, ISM, honor of our country should ho protect- men an injustice, too, for your readers waist deep, currying with her a little propose to sell regardless of cost. near 1 miss, whom she was giving her first les- While it is appointed ed, but if we are to go to war, it would wou'd infer that they had mad no uged H years. winter is upon us in earnest, we have prepared for it; our unto man once to die, all ages are alike be well to adopt tho motto of I'ncle Da- fort to procure wives, when there is! sou. A rapid "pull for the shore" and vy Crocket, "lie sure you're right, then scarcely a marriageable wotn in'of ns nil prompt substitution of dry clothing stock of UNDERWEAR is still complete and the best stock of Boots exposed to the appalling event. The but knows by heart and can repeat the brought both through without unpleas- - and Shoes ever shown in Stanford, aged must diebut how often, alas, do go ahead." A question worthy of the consideraDeath is always a soldeclaration of each one of them when he ut f equel. tho young die' .Ios"pli Moran, of tho Moreland " event, but in the case of the young tion of the public , which is the great proposes, and so well imitate his man- -' emn Lyest nuisance, the Knglish sparrow or the it is peculiarly solemn, tieorgo D. W 8W61S3? Stl" 131 ullO XiOSuLi on was in perfect health up to the time inveterate whistler'' "Annie Hooney" our whole set can recognize the original. 'pneumonia, after little more. than a con- .-' JtlX UlCL IwGllSLwl -- I ..l. II was iuuneii, ai pneumonia, has been whistled to death and it is said rerhaps you atone to them, however, in ,!.. nccK. nt' of his Midden attack by which manifested such violence from that she passed to her long rest in San the remark that "any of them could be Hustonville cemetery Sunday at 11 a. the beginning as to defy all remedial Francisco a short time since while the had for the asking." Well, "we should! m , with Masonic honors. Mr Moran strains of that mournful melody were say eo' Lord deliver us! Now, if the was one of our best citizeus, an indus agencies that medical science could being gently wafted to her ears, at the reserve corps you mention is of the same trious, exemplary and prosperous farmHas the largest and ttcoige D. Lyon had not! only been close of a long and eventful career. material, please excuse us. We are not er. Mrs. Moran was informed at the with "Comrades," that once charming waltz forward, we are not anxious; we are cemetery of her mother's death, which blessed with a vigorous body, but MOST COMPLETE STOCK LJW-HLllWgiiiet as yon know well, occurred Saturday night, and that her n brilliant intellect, iulckin perception song, that is supposed to have been sung ijuiet very L flltllfirVt ftlMltll IS HinnlanlilrtU' ikrnonli.il OK and retentive in memory and with mar- and danced by two old crippled veterans for your own animated ogling some of Althea, the manly little s or ' velous exactness, could reproduce the while holding a camp tire of their own, us have seen inn never 'been exposed, images that external objects had im- lias been worn threadbare, hut still thu and you know you do, and you stroke old son of John Steele Carpenter, was your beard, straighten your lapels and delayed on one of hii errands last week, pressed upou.Iiis mind. Moreover his whistler exists as a permanent fixture. ever shown in Stanford at prices were such as would "Morn, noon and night, where'er ho pulldown your vest and beam very till overtaken by darkness, two miles manners and habits as low as the lowest. may be, filly have adorned thobo of riper years. Man- Fondly he whistles, regardless of thee." brightly and smile very complacently from home, when the Itf year-olin the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s when you catch a courtesy from us. So,' he bestrode was suddenly inspired to ly in his bearing, courteous and polite lio whore you may your ears are greet- there, now. we will tell it. if vou do not inaugurate the new year with a record who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to in his relations to others, hej won the ed by Annie l'ooney and Comrades, apologize, Mr' You may put your lot which will be unbroken at ''.).) and Gil admiration of many and the love of all Comrades and Annie Iiooney, tired at of Bupcranunted bachelors up at miction pin s famous pace was a mere jog m send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old naturally he was his associates. Very gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-teyou from every nook ond corner, until much beloved by his parents. His fa- you wish that "l'ooney" had never been for some charitable benefit, or at some comparison with Althea's, when Kd A. R. PENNY. and guarantee satisfaction. ther looked forward hopefully to his lioin and that "Comrades" had never church fair, and sell then if they are in Stagg luckily seized a rein and "called a demand. Only one of them, we learn, halt," saving rider and horse from injupromising manhood and fondly antici- entered the mind of its composer. has had an oiler since their forlorn con- ry. Althea is satisfied that there is no pated the pleasure awaiting him In real.1. It. Dodge has an able article in maturidition prompted them to advertise with fool like an old fool. "Why, Mr. Stagg, ising all of his hopes in tho full the Century on "The Discontent of the you, and that was by letter from a dis- tlieold fool's l'o years old and who'd W W JrJk-- JaMM MX- son. ty of an honorable and beloved Many reasoua are given for tant State. That was a nice scheme of of her running oil".'" were the (L.ATK ALKXAN'PKR'S MOl'Kl., a shining mark" Farmer." Hut "Death loves that is moving the ru- theirs to advertise with you, but we are little fellow's llrst utterances after his the "ground-swel- l and from whose drawn bow the fatal arAjNtJ) ral population," the chief u.uio being not to be caught with Hies. rescue. row (lew and found its victim in his the depress'on of prices which reached Lump Yi:.m. manly form. In a few short days the Day. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY No human hand its lowest level last year. Tho price of end was readied. Tribute of Respect. Liverpool was lowor Jtliun it Cor. Jefferson. Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Houscould stay tho approach of Death or wheat in Mr. Robert Karly, an ol and resWiiKitms, In the providence of tiod, the last century, while meats LOUISVILLE, KY. divert its fatal shaft from its chosen vic- lias been in pected citien, who lived about four products have been somewhat Joioph Moran, a member of Hustonville VV. R. LOGAN, Dear iSeorge, thou hast gone to and othci of town, diedSunday morntim. t similarly nllected As the farmer is thu Lodge No. lh I, V. and A. M., has been miles wet Sulliv-in- , Marshall, Clerks. grave, When life's end shall have ing with tlie prevailing disease. the He A. W. Jones, J J. J. L. l agent in clothing and feedinir removed from this Lodge to a life be- been reached wo shall hope to meet ' ever viiii.1 the erave. thereby biinslnu sorrow lma l,ee" K""" "J" natural that " the world, it H somewhot thee in tho rest of the "sweet bye and relatives, therefore be si,uu '", ' remember. He has always never shed and he Hhould grow rest les under what ho to his friends where tears are been a quiet, honorable and peacauie s are spoken no more forever. considers an iudijlerence as to his inter it '". ""oiunug strictly to his own ltHiLii:ii. 1st. That iu his death this ests and seek to better his condition by Am ii i' n C. N?oKvrcttBHMHMHHHKflHNHHHESfliE9HiMBIHHHHHHSiflHl( an honorable and upright hiibincbs and interfering with nobody all laudable me ms within his power. Lodge lias lost community a good citizen else's. Thero were few like him. On Mason, the The county seat war at Springfield, The trouble, in some respects, is beyond Friday Uncle Hiram Moore, also an aged grown to suVh proportions the control of legislation, as the condi- and his church n faithful member. Kan., has citien, died. Ho was buried at the Me-- , 'M. As Masons we bestow upon his tions of supply and demand must to n tiat'itho governor haH beenjasked to Neil burying ground Sunday. Mr. great extent control all matters of a bus. memory thu nll'oction of fraternal hearts martial law. Sherill' Dunn and mid in sorrow lor our loss unite in ex Moore was well known bv all and his' character. Hut if this were otherHeveral others have been murdered. A iness great urprise. tending our lust tribute of regard. death was lie was havo been made, all wise, the power to remedy the m jtter ;;d. In memory of the deceased the sick only few days number of in rests seem to he iu the farmers niemdeisof this Lodge will wear tho the prisoners being members of tho would who could, by the immense ma- usual badge of mourning for V,0 days. Alliance. It U feared that an CRAB ORCH ARO. Farmers' body the Itli. That we will attend iu for will he made to Jrescuo them. jority of their numbers, select such funeral of our deceased brother and pay attempt Have your property insured with agents as they thought proper to repre- tho last sad rites of our beloved fratemi- Alliance and Peoplo.'s party men say Cattorla cured Colte, Constipation, the l'hieuix and Ltu.i, .Tames P. CumCut orl Is m well aiUptoJ to children that Hour Stomach, DUrruoa. and protect their interests. With I recommend it as suiwrior to any prescription thatSheriir elect Uuym'Hi will not live sent It Kills Wornu, gives sluep, and promote fith. That n copy of these resolutions mins, Agent. hundreds of thousands of active, intelliII. A Archkb, M. D., Vuown to me " cestlon to qualify. Hhrtll be spread upon the minutes, a copy Without Injurious medication. UrooLlrn, N, Y. patriotic men in their ranks, Ill So. Oxford St., Tho ox in tho Mammoth Store at gent and to the family of Hro. Moran and Peanuts are likely to become highany position in public sent furnished tho I.ntkhiok Jouunu. Til Cinticr Coynxr, 77 Murray Street, M. Y. Louisville weighed 2,051 pounds ulivo who would adorn copy er. Virginia, Tennessee nnd Carolina was di- life, the farmers, as a body, havo gener- for publication. It and dressed 1,40-- poumln. have produced but 2,SI5,000 bushels, . L. Orally contented themselves by simply Samukl Ukid, J. M- - Cook, vided in live parts and sent to the against the usual 3,000,000 bushels. from among thoeo who havo so- Committee. phan AsyluniB. The Oliver Chilled Plow NO I i $-'- EQUAL. A$hd t$ ittfn ., l"-'V- ne --- 11 J. B. FOSTER. d court-hous- & MENEFEE. dealers SOSH. DOPES MP BllEBS, WOVEIT SINE Kk poll-boo- WIRE A1TD SLAT FENCE. Stanford, f and Yard Depot Street, et 1 j -i-- r. SEVERANGE & SON. -- same-part- y Mc-Keiu- ie, . half-wa- I i 1 I v Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Carpets, &c. ! Uen-try- Promise E Best Efforts bug-juic- ice-hou- Imi 1 He iDGSt lOP tlie LeaSt MOIiey. i'l SJ of-- ..... j j 1 J '.'l -- ' i ,. I , niivun.-iii.ui- u -- ap-pl- i A. R. Penny ,Jl Watches and Jewelry I d ( i dj nrinrin mniT ,,AIIB AV4e, THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Rates $2.50 Per IMPROVED. 1 Manager. nritiL-in.i- and-bye,- w" I good-bye'- j I j re 11 11 them-helve- s, f 11 Infants and Children. 4 r ivtf , ' '"i i , 01- - 11 ' t:i Wn-ham- s, v-- - " - T ' " . f j .O (j V great many of tho soldiers went out for Five men were killed and four oth- per soul to Mason & Cluke a barren la Receiving His thestufi when they went to save tho ers were injured, two of them fatally, by Shorthorn cow that cost onini.i!y for ;5jc per pouud. Mit. Clkvkland and Mr. Springer country and the most of thum are still the explosion of u boiler at at Boiling, G. W. CJnrlnor, of I'.uis, a butcher, Crisp's chairman of the Ways and Menna out for it. Ala. prospect of bought 2HS fat sheep from J. 12. Clay at Bather than enduie tho committee, responded to toasts nt the TiiEiiK is a great deal of useless squaband Ijc per pound. These sheep will Goods Warranted ami a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Gie me call. Jnrhsoo Banquet of the Business Men's bling over tho question of tho State pay- being lynched, U. A. Lennox, a murderof Now York, when the former ns er in jail at Albany, Ga., committed sui- bo butchered aud shipped Fast. Club ing for newspapers for the legislators. J. II, Miller writes to have his Uflunl had some of tho truo dmnocnu-The public money could not be put to n cide. to Monlciuimu, Ga., where he is Kansns City has raised $100,000 to that animated Jefferson and Jackson on better use, as a majority of the members 7, 17Wti asfv tap, which he emphasized in a very seem to be sadly in need of information pay the expenses of the Democratic Na- with several airs of mules belonging to strong speech. Ho urged not only n con- of all kinds. uivj tional Convention, so atvxiou. is sho for Kugene Lur. Ho didii'ttoll us anythinej them as many about the market, though. on the the honor. tinued but redoubled warfaro n they want and draw on the Tho $"MQ0Q suit of G. It. Muslin STANFORD, KY H. iM. Smith, the choice of the allilaws which grind inillionsof dollars from JoriiNAi. for the amount, if the ance members, wir Miectwd Speaker of against C. W. William!-- the lndopeii the people, not for the public good, hut Slate wou't foot the bill. tho Mississippi lions by a majority of dunce, Iowa, ttirfntau, for damages sua to benefit a certain cless, that that cities taiued nt William' nice track, was demay in turn contribute to republican Cm i.i responds to the demand of this two votes. CJ V J A 9 Dr. Graves, condemned to dio for cided in favor of tho dufeiiilimt in the success. Mr. Springer on theotherlmnd country by stating that tho assault in was for mincing matters, that is to re- Valpariaso was a riot between drunken the poisoning of a woman who had U.S. Court at Frankfort. -1- 2. W. Leo sold to W. W. Wallace peal certain features of the iniquitous sailors of both couutiiesand exonerating willed him ?25,0O0, has been refused n OtV.sap'e .ml Kancy- 120 acres of land on the Shaker town pike McKinley bill and put certain articles in tho police. Threo Chilians and one new trial, at Denver. L. N. Dishnnion and Gal Foster, near town at JS0 per acre cash. Tho hind the free list, lie also stated that there American have been indicted. If this possibility of a free H tho statu of the case, and it seeni3 nat- charged with murdering a Jewish ped- is unimproved. Judge Morrow, a Boyle was not the slightest coinage bill becoming a law during this ural that it is, the United States has no dler, are said to havo been taken from county horse, and a namesake of the judi;eof this judicial district, who is also Glassware, Ouccnswarc and jail at Rayvillo, La., and lynched. Congress, uoi any amendment to the ex- casus bill or for indemnity either. Woocicnware. Nice line of Libraiy and isting law. We hardly believo tho demAn Knglish syndicate is said to have a thoroughbred, stands second in the list Stand Lamp-an- d also nice Tea Sets, Dinner Sets and Chamber For scintillating wit, comprehensive options on all the type founderies nf the of winning last year. Danocrats of the country will.submit to this Sets. We keep the best California Goods inthe market. wishy-waspolicy, but will say with wisdom and penetrating satire, tho edit- United States. The deal would involve ville Advocate. withstanding the snow and Mr. Cleveland, "They are prepared to orial page of the Louisville Times is ab- the investment of 5,000,000 or slush a fair crowd attended yesterday's act on principle and arc in no mood for solutely beyond compare. The old farmer seems to have taken a new lease of orSo many people iu Cincinnati have court, though but iittle stock was on the I'Ulllll.tll llltllll II Ikllllt iginality ns well as of life. And, by the died alter thu faith healing treatment market. Capt T. W. Bottom rejunta It is telegraphed from Washington to way, speaking of the Times, all of its de- that a bill is to bo introduced in the Leg- sales of a yoke of tuittlo for the Louisville Times that Senator Hill, partments aro A No. 1. healers from open $00, a Lunch of mountain cattle of tKX) islature to stop faith on being introduced to Mr. 0. O.Stealey, New stock of goods consists ot pounds average at ?( tJO and calves of practice. The report of Warden Bolan shows of the Courier-Journ- al bureau, inquired The Alabama mobs aro going a little 4 X) pounds at f tl. A lot of good feedi rs about Mr. Watter60n and spoke of him that there aro now !)tl) convicts in the too far. Bob Sims and his gang may were withdrawn at J22.50. He ulso told During two in a most pleasing and complimentary Frankfort penitentiary. havo needed tho halter, but there ia no a scrub horse or two nt SUO. years 45 escaped, 54 wero paroled, 45 manner. This is not very important, Auctioneer A. G. Tulbott repoita as justification for their hanging two of his even if true, except to show that per- pardoned, and GO died. There are just girls. follow.: lileveu head cattle Lincoln county is haps Mr. Hill has repented of his rash- 100 life prisoners. Senator Feller, of Kansas, has intro- at $25 50; S head yearlings at $18.:55 and ness in referring to a letter addressed to credited with eight convicts, Boyle 10, duced a bill to lend SlOO.OOvXOOO to thu S head plug horses ranging from $21 to Woodenwarc, Tinware, &c , &c. We intend handling the best qnali him by Mr. Wattersou, written solely in I'ulaski in and Whitlev 11. ty of goods and propose selling them at a very ,ieopl of Indiana on real estato securi- $41. tho interest of harmony and good will, ties to enable them to pay oil' their mortCONGRESSIONAL as impertinent. Senator Hill may bo a gages. Mr. Breckinridge has presented a great man, and there is no doubt, but T3" Knight, the fellow who fleeced the hat he is a democrat, but he didn't add bill to trausfer tho pension bureau to tho Middlesboto people out of alargwamount OK ... ry our special brands of lard and roasted coffee. Vmi cant buy to his reputation by his scornful treat- war department. by munns of a bogus building associa- Stock and Crop, Bank Stock, &c. Mr. Goodnight has introduced a ment of a man w ho is his peer,' if not his better. tion, has been brought back to face his AtAdinniKtr.ttor of the tt of ,An!i Atitttr-fn- , superior, in everything but practical pol- bill to put salt on tho free list, but free neons? rn. dit'tl, I ill ...II I liii(.aii ten l. Ihc hith His only sal8 lit won't sive him. itics. The body of John J. Goihorn, late e biddir on vation is to have Montgomery, Kills ami of Charleston, W. a., was touuu in a az, 1892, The Cincinnati Commercial-Gazett- e, I'ayntor join him and have Salt river de- cave near Bristol, Tenn., where he had boom its favorite, which, iu order to one mile Mtuth t liii ilc o( clared tin unnavigable stream. Louis- gone to search for an alleged tilvtr Uo.hrn Chnrih, in I.in !: county, all the itt Strck, for the. Senate, said all manner of ville Times. Crop, Headquarters For litlut;iHif lolhe dm CMol t iht tiw of miue. hit ittath cuept hat exempt liom mIc aud mean things against Senator Sherman, THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Charles Wall, under death sentence P! njurt lo tho widow tml inl.mt clitlrl) tu it is now, since his endeavorhead nl ya.tr old jrailiag hciul at Iunkhannock, l'a., asks Gov. l'attison of yearling Siren, i drraucrt, mm ofthroi Cows, A bill has been introduced iu the ing to cover him all over with soft soap rear stake, bung- rpruucrn. one jilcifrr,uldi lUifcr, i jcarliajf to let him be burnud at the n j tailing and tally. It expressly charged that House to pay W. M. Howard S500 for jrounc 8st, 18 Calttt easy a death for his killing HnriM, ti Shrrpbrtd to n cxd hack, t Vm Mr. Sherman had bought his seat iu the Rockcastlo. ing beiug too a murderer wanted in tid l'i,', 11 his, weight over IU , about of his wife. ftnharrrli Cm. j$ statist Hay, MMtlv tiw)ihr, Senate by bribing the legislators at least A bill is before the House to assess an A mil Co al Stanford. Stharei Fanner Last mouth is on the records ns the on vhorM Waffiin, i Kr. 1,41,1, twic, but now it says, "He has lived a line against a saloonist who permits a !rii Wa;oa, warmest December for 00 years. Januit .umo.1 new, nmtfir, :.rtium ii ill aaja l.vp and acted in the light of day and not a minor to enter his bar and also ns;ain.--t orator, I aHm.t llcaprr and Mover, Sulky ry seems, by the way it is starting on t, RW, 3turaiRc 4 double shovel VUv, Etain has ever sullied his public or pri- the minor. lnI'Ior, niacin nh'i adjusting matters to n aneucr hoelv.runr. lot ot rievr UHtf'l, Corn to be intent on is a good newspaana vate life." The C.-Under tho new constitution it Uear, total x HEy llaracm, t I.e rtcf,6 Ktile, hU Ac. fair average. per, when its news columns alone are 10 or 11 days, even with every Crnim, Uijiiw Spade, abut a,oe Itwt ot Mis9 Ianthe Snow, a young woman lot of Shingles. lot of Itoanli. new considered, but its editorial utterances member before a bill can Liiciut Posit .ile a lot hi living five units from Danyille, on the Cider Mill, ofhrrrel Sur;bumhfwrd (t lured, half are not entitled to tho weight they were reach the Governor's hands. ItoUw. one lrrelda Lincasler pike, sustained serious inju- 'if iiaddk-- , , fot Aucer, a (lunt, 2 I.addir,, a lot before Murat Ilalstead was forced to play The first man to introduce a local Clock, liarivl Salt ami l.lwf. falling near a grate in her room lot of btvrs. Auget, t lloet Acch 30 Hre Standi, a . t second riddle Hiid then tent oil' on a for-- e bill was Mr. Bennett, of Greenup, who ries by Hog Mov. CJrioil it ,nr,a lot of Furniture and ma and being burned. ny other artichn loo pyiat rout to mention a "much needed was a member of tho con. con , which Tcrnn-lU- nk Superintendent Porterasks for a furr siick lath in hand On all prohibited local legislation. est." property suiu cahtr. ther appropriation of $1,000,000 to con- band;oter for allamount u( aS10 and under, raoniht that credit id K The Kentucky legislature stands SO RPgitttubir mtrrmt will he Ik his salutatory on taking charge of for Cleveland to 7 for Hill. The others tinue the work on the census. It has with ut at the National given; bf Laacntter,ixitet payable Itink with tho Somerset Republican, Mr. R. C. are non committal. This is a pretty fair already cost $0,400,000. Anil all this for approtol ecurlty, will be required of piirchatets before property i rcrnovrd, WuriHC interest at an enumeration that didn't enumerate the rjle of 0 per Lent per annum after maturity Blandford lays down the law of no pay index of how the State stands. A. C KOIIINmIN, The repuolican State central com- ui.tilpaM no paper. Stick to that, old fellow, and A committee of 11, one from each AHmr Arch irrjcn, decouted will meet January 2'J, at 7 v. ., V. M Kirby, A iruonctr you will not only be happier, but richer Congressional district, and another com- mittee at tho end of the year. The credit sys- mittee from the judicial districts, will nt the Louisville Hotel. At this meeting ADMINISTRATOR'S SAI K XECKWEAZe, COLLARS. tem is the bane of all businesses, espe- be appnintedtby the Speaker to suggest the committee will fix upon the date of A Administrator of the eUate ol John V An ilcrion, c'.ee 1), will ut Ihi'Mmi- - timiiand pUccof Statu convention to select delegates to cially that of newspapers. One good the new districts. abotculc tell in the highest ttiditvr all the per- nationnl convention. sonv property ot the deucd at the time of hi subscriber is woith a dozen who The resolution adopted to supply the republican folkiwim;, to vrit, It.iy W. II. Cheppu., the bookinakn, (Is.uti, iimvttitic f the Ilt.KU) llnrne, Mor.-, havo to be dunned, and then get mad each member with two newspapers r llugyy.tpt of Saildir and Frank and Urirtlf, silver Walch, Zinc Trunk. a Intel Bright, when you present an honest bill. To llioki.,'... lrrms made known on Ujv o! sale. was reconsidered on motion of Tom- William of the Third 8g td DAVID M AN'DKKSON, Admr h alifax with such subscribers. They tit Pettit, who said the constitution had Gihnore, National Bank, of Lxington, have been are not only nuisances, but downright been violated, and the matter was referindicted by thu United Slates grand drawbacks to newspapers. HI SI I, red to the judiciary committee. jury. The indictment grew out of Chep-pu'- s By calling them some other name, overdraft for $31,000. REAL Senator Suehman whs Hist elected to both Houses of the Legislature has as Mavor Uiggina, charged with rap., the U. S. Senate in ISO I and ever since many pages as ever, notwithstanding CUFFS, Ky. then, with the excoption of the term as the constitutional prohibition. The aud- W n native of Cincinnati and has been secretary of the treasury under Hayes, itor should refuse to pay them and let living in Somerset for about nine years. have i uite a number ul I ARMS for s.ila ul the L..111.I011 It Llticuln riuiity. he has occupied a Beat in the most august Court of Appeals decide the momentous Ho is about 45 years of ago and an in very bcs. Karius '1 hee are all well unproved jih! kvm lolligoutman. On Nmv Year's day of legislative bodies in the world. The question. rich landa, riinomi; uc from jo t.i 500 Aire Cottwdcrinz then Imali y, their ricbh and ftr a pletlgo bafore n p'riest, but his term that he is now serving does not tilitr of soil thu contuiei.c of turnpiteft and rail The revisory committee's firt re got the better of his oath and it rds that brniK nuirkcl-- riht tn our door, they end till ISif.'I, so he is good, if he lives, to port contained L'OO pages of are ilim.tcr than l' LarxU of any other county in lound up tho century in the position he matter and dealt with tho subject of rev- was hut a day or two until ho was hi' Stat- - I'lieie it tcari ely a Farm in the counHIBN'S, WO.lXiSN'S CIXII.IJRFN'S ty over 5 Billet from a do, ot has so long and honorably tilled. He iB enue and taxation. One of the piinci-pa- l drunk again. he i' uuty b.kkd u It h turnpihas running A mine explosion near Krebs, Indiinctt.ry .lirtition Tin re i not a public road en the ablest member of his paity in the features of the report is thu new iMit twing the county scut that Mcoarmed and as much of a patriot as a re- method proposed for collecting the reve- an Territory, which occurred a few days We hate the Kntiwille llrauch ol thi- - I. .V N It Senate of k. dividing the county from Kail tu 'et and the ago, was tho most terriblo in result publican can be. C S K K ft. tin North to the K C..K. K nues, which will reduce tho cost thereof country. A blast ignited the Ir m th. place to Cm. itinati, crooini; the C k O. percent, or any in this lrom about 10 percent, to Winchester, (it in; full ttccrsi to the markets ol atmosphere aud 100 men were at Is the last issuo of tho Central Rec- less. If this is practical, tho body will thewiole wcrlrt. Ilctidei, we have thro Urfu th; county that Rive us a market Kl.ur Mill ord, Mr. J. R. Marrs announces that he killed aud 115 wounded. A muss of stone for Jtlloitr not be charged with not earning Us salt. xrain r ir lit it homo; and the detetap will devote most of his time to the Kenstopped the exit and many were en- mcnloi tho mountain rFRlom ol Kattern mid & Kentucky lailroatli ami the outwhich with the tucky 'Homestead, tombed alive. The scenes at the mine let South by railroads ha bcreated 11n.l1 a demand NEWSY NOTES. Mr. for nil urmmilcr that Boylcs he will issue in Lexington. when tho dead and dying were brought scurcvlykiridsc f cereals anil homeconiumption.uecan retain enouch tor -- The Khedive of Fgypt is dead, poor Marrs is a born newspaper man and in the extreme. Ihii peoLlearc prutperout, ntnrrous niid klnll, out were fellow. Iclietms in Clirtti.nnity and education. Thtre hia new venture will prove a paying is nnta nrichborliood in the county but has a The Kentucky library has 1)0,000 Ccod church and one from the start. Our friend, Gen. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Stanford, the countv teat of Lincoln, is a volumes. W. J. Laudram, a ready and entertainlittle city of about niliab t.iuts and is Thomas Kvans, aged 71, a promFor Sale:! red Berkshire boars. thujjreit diwruay from the North and Northing writer, will aosist Mr. R. 12. Hughes east South and trom the Northvvctt to ."outlicait. inent physician of Boyle, is dead. Beazloy Bros. IlKALKK IN- rml itaiidinc .11 it does Rannt; right Into the in the local and literary departments, of the undeveloped nioiintaius of Southeastern Five boilers in a Chicago building bought of Alex C. M. Spoonamore which is absolute assurance that the Kentucky uarketi up tjy the Mliule Itluo l.ravn exploded, killing as many men aud Moberly 15 ewes at 4J cents. ri'jton ot the Statu with railroads running through work will be well done. it to all points of the compatt, makes it naturally wounding others. Fl K. Hurst bought o.OOO bairels of one of the licit lo at'd towm in the South fur There aro 20,000,000 dogs iu the Uni- corn in Woodford last week at 52. Sur. marnfacturesatid othi-- enterprikesof miKnttitde. We alwaB experience that tired feelWater Works are now being agitated and right per anNKATLY AND PROMPTLY HONE. of a mile Will Moreland bought hero yester- nbuuc the town about ing when we read Little Phil Thomp- ted States and itlcosts there could be crrcted Water Works with day a lot of butcher cattle of S. Q. Gover little cost that would supply a city of 1511,000 wiy son's periodical assertions that Hill is num to keep them. in&A11 work warranted. I'ine Watches a Spocialty. habitants with the ptirctt and hot water in the The L. & N. lost its splendid repair at 2. the coming man, and that Clevelaud is been newly rebuilt in world Our little city h I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. James McKee, of Cynthiana, sold 41 the last few yeariaim its butiiittt houses aril not in it. He has been at it again and shops at Decatur by fire, together with will mules to Martin it Co. at pretentions. compare with largtr cities of greater newspapers have shown how anx- 15 cars. Loss $40,000. fat Our merchants and tradesmen ate the ' have two all prosperous and doing; well Out of 920,870 passengers carried by S140. ious they are to kill space by publishing banks with a capital stock nt $400000 that are the steamboats in the Louisville district John Drye, of the West Fnd, sold prosperous and a food condition his talk. What does it matter, anyway, mule.", We have spleodid schools. We have a Female politician last year there was but .one killed. to Gentry, of Boyle, 5 2 year-ol- d what a disgruntled, third-ratCollece, a lurgc brick building, with over ion pu- The Falls City Bank directors say at $10o. anything? Do give in attendance anil under the prlncipjlthip ol thinks or says about M 'rof. Hubbard, is in a they will pay depositors d In fifteen years the orange export tion. JWe alio have a Seminarynourishing acondius a rest. good that is 50 cents on the dollar, of California has iucreased from noth- school, with Prof. K. K. Illakcmanat its head. We S. K. Cor. 1 th &c Vinu, Cinalnnutt, O. have one of the best Public School buildings iu Conqrbsbman Oahutu says that The main building of the State Uni- ing to 20,000,000 pounds. this section of the State, with over too pupils in Book-keepin- g, Short-Han- d, good prhate Montgomery is one of the and Type-Writiversity of Missouri, at Columbia, burnThe HarrodaburR Democrat reports attendance, schoolwith other lire excellent schools, facilities you sec our politicians he ever saw. That may ed; loss $400,000; insurance $130,000. W11 have elegant church builninta, representuis $7o to $100 aud the sales of ltl mules at every full News from France relates; that the seven at $110 to f 140; cattle at 3 J and u of fiat denomination, with adoingcorps 01 ministers Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, fee, hut no one would be reckless enough a better butiness class talent and are fact it seems insanity of Guy de Maupassant is incur- lot of calvos at $13.40. than any cla of men in the city. to cM him statesman. In Penmanship and all Business Branches, have tried to make this statement as facts, to be tiis pretty unanimous opinion of able. His later books read thatway. A. T. Forsy the sold 20 long yearling without tnv cxacgeratton or coloring, as those Up with tits time. 1862. Larue Established for llujlnews aud flourishing. Twelvo Instructor.nuslueaa Cotntuunlty. who know will bear n e out, and those who wish There has been no further trouble Pursuit. Haa ttic conflilcuce of the all who know the 4th Kentucky district mules at $70 and John Tarr to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate Flu thoroughly The Undent nr an mldtd low figure. Day and Night Heialoni. arsi (pTMentativd that he is a very small in the Kansas county seat war. The gold 20 yearling mare mulea to a Penn- - amonu agoo.l people towith all Ilia best surround-r- g rt'iwonable. ilonrdin tltmanii and the city at in touring employment. Tho charge Doea can bo bad In would do well call aud see me before aiz prisoners are still carefully guarded. aylyania man at,fll5. Pans papers. us irouUeiN luvcttlgutlon kollclted. Bend for catalogue. C.W McGCC, PRINCIPAL. and tew la a xitu. elsewhere. S5,-50- Charles Oliver, colored, sold to Dr. A reunion of old peoplo was hold at Tiik improbable story is sent out from recently. There woro nine II. Brown ;i acres land near Moreland Boston that a pensioner has voluntarily Sholbyvillo surrendered his claim because ho does present, theirages aggregating 737 years. forsUl. Mr. A. li. Talbott sold for the John-eo- n Tho Brotherhood of Biihvay Trainnot longor want tho assistance of the Stanford, Kv., Janijauv 12, 1892 government. When such n thing hap- men paid 5:5(5,000 last month for donth heh a 201 acres land, near Waynes-burg- , at iS, to Mr. Rico. pens, the sun will riso in the West and "benefits; the receipts ranouuted to In Montgomery county Reuben Har thu moou change to green chceso. A WALTON, "W. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal HUGaRUPLEY,-A Tf - "?J& QKB $Uo,-8!K- ). l'lt rrV I. m - m avtiV'l i- -i 4 m WM mm XL. nVK. 0 Fall and Winter Coods I J newa-pspor- a rn rn 'fi3 o C& HARDIN. , Have voninieTi3 Line MJlV Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, ! hy IIO.OOO,-00- 1000-poun- d M'KINNEY BROS.1 Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, iJBZjIC SALS I 1 i, Friday, January 11111111 For-ake- r, W.H.WEAREN ,i fo , 11 11 If 1 1 -- 1 1 1 I'l-ju- - 1 1 1 1 Lniiit-pr- , 1 4 1 1 1 Hardware, Lime, Groceries, Salt. Queensware, Cement, Tinware, Brick, Punips Coal. Heating Stoves at Reduced Prices. 1 O'h-c- OVERCOATS GI.:VKS, puj-in- g I 1 dai-lv- c, 1 r, 1 II. T. ESTATE AGENT, Stanford, 111 Heavy Underwear, Dress Shirts, 1 iie-'rj- .k la-too- np-peti- te . HJKAVT 3BOT8 9 AM) type-writte- n I 1 11 1 15 gas-lade- n FINE SHOE S. 'ROBERTS 111 Souih-tasUr- n HXGfGIa heart-rendin- g school-hout- e. t.i prot-pero- ut ROBT. FENZEL bo-0- 11 WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY r thrie-fourt- REPAIRING 1 111 e stock-holde- rs Con-gressm- fin-e- st ng, Telegraphy, -- I V WVEEKLY lNTERI0Rj0UKNALim5lT:n;ST."2; Btankohd, kv., Januahy 12, 1802 hj W. Foil Hemt. M. :"" s"" I)st. A blnck walking ctnn vffb "J. S." engraved on end. Finder will please leave IiIh 5P Hinidnro now occupied iKK,n8. A,,,,ly to John M. at this ollice. MrKoborts, Sr. J. II. IltiTciiiNOH anks uh to forward paper to him at Liverpool. Fla.. and A GREAT JANUAHY a CLEARANCE : SALE K.o, wawon, bus. Manager MEANS BUSINESS. adder "Wo have heavy frosts on nights Bui lino of sample shoes just received. of .Id and 8th." This a lometbiiiK very Call nml get the brut bargain Jyon over rate for thu land of flowers. secured. 1$. F. Jones, Sr. d T-- . t f 1 'K Mr. J. F. Govkk will open her npring Tun litistonvillo correspondent of the nchool for a Knoiiaumi beautifully anil Artistically term of five months nt wiio hi a. it. ronnye. Duuvlllc Advocate savB 10 shares of Na on Monday, Jan. lth, 1S92 YofitHrcount in now ready, l'leaso tiomtl Hank stoolr nf tlmt nlmw ,l,i m Hook keepini; and inatbemat-icf- l tlie call ami settle. A. II. l'enuy. i,.N Havx your watch, clock and jewelry; ' ii opecialty. A normal coutho will be repaired nt A. K. Penny's. All work open to those preparing to teach. ALi.ol tlie wPlo "TTowners ice- warranted Ukmkjiii'eu tbntull silvorwaie. watches, ,,tl,"-- , Micceeilcd In tilling them Friday Tiik Kiiiithtn of PylliiiM will give n rings, Ac, bought Ht A. H. Penny's will nml Saturday with two to throe-incpublic installation of olliccra to invited bo engraved free of charge, fry. fi lends of the l)d in Oatttli Hn on Si I'LUSKAiiD. tbu most mini tint' n Thursday niisht next. A banquet at It. PERSONAL POINTS. ....... I ..l..-- .. :.. .1 ini.i. i . i Zimmur'fl will follow and the Iu. H. C, Mono n is moving bits ollicc mini jinijr, in uiu iiuai. IfVllMny UODKtHl tend to make it n lltst clas Kniirhlfi troupe at Walton's Optra Houso. ItH to Iincuslur street. tliroiiBlmut. thtte in Feb. PJ. Mil. and Mas. Wavkkcy Hamilton are both down with tbu grip. PnAiis. Mrs. Glare Doty Traylor sent Tun Sbrlton llntol controversy has Mu, a.m Mh. Jok Sai.in(ii:u, of Turin, bson oompromNwl. I), a. Twiuhllo will us a couple of pears yesterday in a ner- lire with .Mr. and .Mrs. Max Manes. retire and Cnpt. . I. VY. Carrior will take poct btato of prcNcrvation and good in Iluv. J. M. IIkitk, ol Ulasgow, is bore charge at $Ilo a tuoiilb. taste as when pulleiL She kept several nml preached at the ihtptist church Sunbushels simply by whipping each jiear , IJhiki) California Peaches, Ap- in a paper and putting them in u barrel day. and Canned kept in n dry place. MitB Doha Snuuit returned last wetk ricot, Prunes, New from a plfj.iM.tut sojourn with Irionds at Goods of all kinds just received nt A. A. Ix the county court yesterday, J. W. Warren's Model Grocery. Wiilmitjlills, Vn. Ilayden qiialilied an administrator of Miw. Mi.nok Cannon, of Xicholasville, Tnv nil....... l d,..i, ...... ,.i n,.....:n.. ' i James T. Craig. No uill of Capt. Gaines ' ( luw been on a visit to her brother, Mr. j. ,, . , Kftt0 , Craig was presented Mid it is thought ho U, Porter uobinson. Mamie Harris, colored, were held in left none. In this event his estate will .Mihskh Kmma ami Waiikkn are $500 bail each, on their examining trial. go to tbo Harris', Helms, Craigs and Lil. htill quite nick, but both were reported lards. Mra. Mary A. Garuett's will was Common Thyme, combined with n better yesterday. probated and W. K. Cresa oualilied as Mit. and Mils. G. 0. Km.i.lk have little marsh mallow syrup, and given administrator of .Mrs. Clarinda Coll'ev. moved to town ami w ill occupy a cot- - from j to 0 ounceH a day is said to bo n speeille for whooping cough, bv the uigo on iiiigiouvuiu street. Tmr weather haH been very bad over Mtssra Anmi: HuithT, Laura Colston Scientific American. since January commenced, and if the andJeiinle Dickinson returned to College Jltht 1'J days are indicutivo of the weather A LirrTKii from the chief of the Weathyesterday from a visit home. of the 12 months, as sonio piiperstitious er Mark W. Hamilton, pays Mk. and .Mrs. W. M. HiGiHNS and Mr. pco)l nay, wo are going to have n very tlie K'lil tliin otlicu under John M. McKoberts, Jr., aie all down date of S a. M. cover a period of .10 bourn, bad year. Thu mercury cot down bo- with the grip, but are improving. low the 20's Sunday morninir, but it got or to S i'. )i of the following day. Hon. I). H. Kdmihton wai up from warmer by night and quite a feiiow storm Frankfort yesterday to attend to imporTiik supervisors, uitur a week's prevailed. Yesterday was wet and driz- tant busiiiina in the county court. di tided to raimi .V tax lints and xly, with the promise of clear nnd colder Mrs. It. 0. IbiAiM.Kv and Mr. Dave have fixed Jan. 21 ami 22Uteiinblu those Jtradley, of lidrrodsburg, are viaitingthu wlio are rained to show if any Tivk prisoners dug out of the Har- family of Mr. Newton Hmdluy. they mn, why it nhould not hedouu. bourvillw jail 1'iiday night, Hoytl Uerry, Gov. MtCiiBAitv has Minvuil oil his Tiik First National of Kiiuibetbtowii, Ihomas itichanl and William' Dale. luoithtachu Hini will have to be charged witii petty olleiisfa, .Sherwood to hi friends on his rutin u to hit J. S. Grimen, president, uarued itrt iTS.lXX capital tlie Iut nix Itowiusn, a murderer, and Joe Hender district. Mn. John L A.mikmom, tho Unntor montliH, out of which it declared u diyi son, chnrgitl with killing three men, :t . new bufeirtrM manaeer. deml of per cent , carrlwi ?1,:!00 to the and who was recently isptured in lit .wid'h H) premi l'"r,,"s ,,,Ml chBrK Our mountain friends ouuht to .., ,i, l! van iHUmit of hi. pape, , urns. build better jailnor send their prisoners Ji'hti'ldnv, to Stanford for sufe keeping. We will Mim. II. T. MasnuxmiI Mrei. IWofo II. MuMMimaof Diadem mw, No. si guarnutee they will not get nway from of biuiatilif catiw up Smii-la- y K. of P., i ivruiMtly retpientod to he nt ?.un Gwens to attend tbu burial of thtlr rela- Oantle II. ill nt an early hour on next tive, Capt, Cral. Tiik excitement over tlie alleged rape meetim: ninht. Iiniinrinni liiiHimuui i Mm. r.UMMinru Hbi.ii, who has beon j to ,m ln,llB.otH,i llll(1 it ,, of x4tll, of Miss Wood by Mayor Barney Hig h ill, w muking very font whan wo taneu that each meiuher should l prts-ent- . gins, at Sonietoet, has subsided to n wen? to preM lanl ovutitiig and thu nd gne.it extent since the examination of m en.ed ery nwtr. the girl hy Dr. Scott, who sayssho was Dkau "iNiirKiwtTo:" In H'lnllijiig for thU (mpr, Jtnlgw J. We win not not harmed and that there was no sign M. Harnett, of l'uhiki, nyr "Hero's bnaik our rnlo not to publiah anony- - of htrugglo Hive a very .small scratch iniiiciitiung, even at tbo ie- - on her wrist that might have been Kd and the 'Cookti. May tb 'lMlt' "ions eo made quest of so Hweet a crwUure as you aj- - in some other way. Tlie mayor, who is always ring promptly nt meal thuCH." Mu. T. II. Fo, w bo w lo cslit tbo new ir to h.5Cotn to Sto us or iieliiMto in still in jail at Danville, t,ays ho is physicKan vide juiper, was here yesterday rafc- - some wnv your iileutity and your very ally incapable of the eriniM charged ing in in w rubrrilir. Ilu ws burn in readable letter will tiud a place in our against him, as an examination will tlni'coiinty nd I.hk iimiiy friends hern. coluiiiiis instead of the waste biikut. show, so putting Dr. 'Scott's word and Mhk. ii..KNi Dpm.ap I liggins' together it a seems that tbo whole im As Mr. J. H.Oldham, of Itlebu ond, I'liarndng liiilc Atury in matter resulted from the freak of a was bidding his lady love at this place tlie Ltits' Homo Couinioii. good-bySaturday night a dog slipped drunken fool. Since the above was , ).ijlliHlitd Mt SiiiugO-liiG. Mie. PirtU'i behind him and b t him in tin leg. written a warrant charging Higgins WTitinui are alAitvh enlei tinning, fls.onr making an u y gash. Firhig that the with robbing Miss Woods of her money lendetphiavu iviihuu to know Horn bi-, , , and watch has been issued. uuk was until, mo young man nail the long I'lnm-riiowith this paper wound carefully dreed and left on the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. W. M O'IIiivan, tlie Mipiilar agent oi first train for bin home, where he. in- the I. A N. at Junction City, bus boeit During the past L'O years there have tended to have n mad stone applied. lironi'ited to the agency at Gweniborn been divorces granted in Ui e and will take Jan. .V Mr. Tu k Somerset Itoporter s.iys the mu- Fnited States. , ( Hrt (III Hlr.lidM deservedly hik'li ill thi nicipal election held there last week was Samuel Smith, twice a widower, and of the road's ollicials n hi. one of the limit disgraceful in the hist o- - ' cHtiiiution Mrs. Mollie Linkenfelt, a widow, were i"'quent preennUotw ry of the Statu. Whiskv, money and married at Mr. F. I). Smiley's on Saturthreatn were freely used, and thu whole day. fiTV AND VICINITY. town wusa lUslhtni. Th. Though the weather has been unudeiiKN-mtJames L. Colyer, sually favorable, marriages havo fallen is tine. Please titii and lawyer and in it was chosen mayor over Judge. Sim Hu-kM'ttle. a. A. Warron. nil' all over the land during tlie hist six by 17 majority and he was to have weeks. Kveii Cupid is sulleriiig with Loot. -- A Masonic pin with the letters inaugurate.! yesterday. the grip. Louisville Times. . li. r on it. I'leuso leave at tins of Mr. James Walker Givens obtained The rcMdeiict occupied hy Mr. Win. lice. Craig's fmnily in Millersburg was on Urn licetiM' yesterday to marrry Miss FlorBoth of them are lions, freverol days, ago to tbu wife of fivo limes last week, each time in places ence Kstes an unusimuy line noy the Intkkioi; best friends. .iohu where there eoud be no exeiise for ni .ir. . An extended notice will be givou of thu Percy Packard. spark or for The tire was ex mvU tiiuii without any grent event Friday. Fiiank Raymond, a biakeuuu it had u ,i"l'",u,' Miss Lillie Lowe, of Zsnesville, O., llU,M,K' onl' to tl10 household goods, linger mashed oil' while coupling cars at who was engaged to bo married, sultered which were nimooi completely ruiiieil ly Kowlaud, Sunday. the water and moving. The family havo tbo misfortune to have both of iter arms' Hi:.mi in mind tlmt the spring session moved out, and Mrs Craig savs that she cut oil'. The horrible accident did not of Stanford Femalu College will opun would not occupy it again if it were giv- seem to give her as much pain as tlie en her. Mr. Cniig is not at home. Car- thought that her lover would go back on next Tuesday, lPth. her. He didn't, however, but cs soon as lisle Mercury. Nathan Kicynold-i- , of Waynusburg, she was able he made her his wife and As will bo seen by the ollicial proceed- at the same time the happiest woman in who was so badly hurl by a horse f.lllug with him, died Friday. ings, the democratic county committee Ohio. has fixed March oth for a primary elec S.Jan. 1st has come and gouo and your tion to nominate candidates for sherill' DEATH'S DOhNGaccount has not been paid. .You will nml circuit clerk. The vote will ho viva CitAiu. After a short illness of read thin each week until you settle. W. voce and all democrats and minors with pneumonia, Capt. R. G. Craig 11. Mcltoberts. breathed democratic proclivities, who will attain his last at S i m. Friday, at tbo resiSome few of our customeis havo faibd thu legal age by the'Noveniber election, dence of his sister, Mrs. K. O. Helm, to settle their accounts to Jan. 1st, 'D'J, will be entitled to vote. Thu present witii whom ho lived for a number of .Mr. J. N.;Menefce, and .Mr. it. l. and to such wo would say wo need tbo years, ("apt. Craig was in his 77th year Gentry are the announced candidates and all of bis long life was spent money. Sino k Menefee. in this for sherill. Mr. J. P. Bailey has no opcommunity, where he was highly Sai.k. A general ineicliBndise position for clerk that wo havo Foil heard He was honest, honorable and store, with excellent trade, in a good of. upright. A member of thu Presbyterian own in Casey county. For further parRowland. We have it from a pretty church for many years, ho was always ticulars apply at this ollice. well authenticated source that the L. & at his post and contributed liberally of Tiiosk indebted to me will confer a N. has decided to permanently locate the his means to tbu support of church prtatfavor by calling and settling with- division point at Rowland, another at work. He was never married, but much out having to be dunned. I need tbo Corhin and another at Norton. If this is of bis money went to assist in supportmoney to carry ou my business and must true, money could not bo better invested ing the families of his brothers and sishavo it by Jan. 1, or sooner. II. C. than in a manufactory of soma sort at ters, by all of whom he was regarded Rowland. Our people never fail to re- with great veneration and love. Of the AnvKitTiBi.su always pays. Several of spond to invitations to subscribe stock original family of nine children only tbo old stagers who were mentioned in in banks here and elsewhere. Let them Mrs. K. C. Helm and Mrs. H. T. Harris a recent issue of this paper as desiring put some of it in a manufactory here survive. Ilefore the war, Capt. Craig wives, but were too bashful to offer and no matter of what kind it will be was in the sheriff's ollice for soino years, themselves, have already receiyed flat- bound to pay handsomely, besides bene- the only ollice he ever held. Starting tering proposals from damsels who ap- fit the community. Wont some live it life with a fair inheritance, he succeedman take hold of it ? ed by good management and economy preciate their leap year privileges. i hii-ho- r ,. h Winter Goods have Lo go. Prices am no ohjerl. .low is the time to secure lood Bargain in a. I . Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Hats, Caps, Carpets, G; OU Cloth, Trunlts.'i Children's, Boys' and Men's Overcoats and Misses and dies' Cloaks and Jackets at your own price. Come Aim-lks- Pit-Wen-, La- j .,, Ki-n- in early before the best bargains are picked out. Feathers and Edts bought at tlie highest market prices. 1 THE LOUISVILLE .Main Street, Stanford. ND STORE i Uuri-au- , MAjVES $ GABRIEL, Managers, .fi. URBAjYSKY, Proprietor. STJKS AM liilK.' 'jrXKUlg n, to-da- STEEL BOILERS, Stationary, .t;. Js?-" isas ! vrrrmirvt'j-jLWTZf- x Upright and Horizontal. and Portable. All o power. sizes up to Unequalcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Semi-Portable 26-hors- il--W I ''','ukJl.fiL&JS. -- my NKW Write for Fin- - Illustrated Pami'ltt anl your want to Kun-sas- . -'Jsa -Z- THE J AMISS I.F.FFE3L ORK cc CO., I). OHIO - i J 1S. UfszT' CirV SIMMNOFtFt to amass ipiite a fortune, most of which i? in hank stock. The remains were in- i I ln thei-urientnu-- b-r- e ',. r i . .' terred in Uuirdo fometery, Sunday niornimr, after a short service at the grave bv Itev. Bun Helm. J U. Richardson, formany years the leading druggist of Somerset, died Friday of pneumonia. He wps an excellent citizen and his los? will be felt for many years. Fred A. Hunt, of the Covinulon Commonwealth's editoiial sUll', died a He was few days ago of kidney trouble. a very bright young man and. had held several responsible positions on bis excellent paper, with much credit. Tlie wife of Major K. V. Freeman, editor of the Ilarbonrvillo News, dud Saturday tit her father's lioineiat Parkr- ville of consumption, a'ter a long illness. Mr. Freeman lias the sympathy of his brethren of the press in his sore bereavement. aaiMMaMMMmBMaMYBrwaHaa.aiB jili&W.B.jMOBERTS, Bt3&o,Hv -- f;l wsf. of : n.v)fl .Tfiiwftl an vt.w, wvvvww, lias a Complete Stock DRUGS, : BOOKS, WAJJL, PAINTS PAPER, Jewelry & Sirverware. Watches, Clocks and jewelry Repaired Promptly and in first-clas- s style. Old gold and CHURCH AFFAIRS. SKNpiAVING s on all goods sold, free of charge. silver taken in exchange. FSlXV-kT- B of people assembled nt thu Christian church, in Junction City, to hear the SJach-arfarewell address of Hro. James UaxitiC lUterntlnetl lo go uill offer charge of dale my entire I.I VKRY UL West,I", consisting lor who refuses to accept the cif fr'l qocd l.lviry liaises,: p:itr Mules, that church another year. His sermon, an'l Ihirncsj, j Spring Wagons of? lluggii's, Wagon i Cart, "Meeting and Parting," was heard with i ids ot Doable Harness, 5 ets Sinulu Harness, 3 and ecrvtliinc nmplcte fur the Livery much interest and tlie church greatly Hmmcsi; a'lout ijo of Corn in the crib, ,y liilcd, a few Hogs and Catst.out ..i regrKs lobing the services of a minister tle Alutons r.f li liutliling anil 2 Duelling Hous-- eHotel During his for ile or rent Am Kittit t" 11 regardless of so worthy and ellicient. V fj. HOt.i.AXD, ion 1111 pplyio , .1 unction City he has been . nen-.ueshort stay at Casey County, Ky. instrumental in Shaving our 1ioub of y, 1 (S 1 ' tt. well-know- n , Hti.-ou- s I bn to-da- i Joi-knai- s iiiati-hes- - in-b'n- t, d. llu-ple- The opening today of n complete Turkish bath establishment in this city and let marks an advance in cleaiilim-Hus hope, in godliness. Steaming and boiling hero may save roasting hereafter. Louisville Times. Itev. Terry, a religious crank, is pleaching at Princeton that Christ has already come the second time, that He is now on earth, but will not reveal Him self till mil, when the general wind-uwill come. Strange to say, many people believe him, including a Baptist preach-uand a number of his (look. The Methodists of this place greatly appreciate the interest Minnti by the McKcndree church in the new parson age. About $100 has been subscribed by individual members and Siti 10 sent in as the proceeds of the supper given Christinas niitht. They will raise their subscription to jKOO or over. Toughs, who took him for a detective, seized Itev. .1. 0. Hicks, of Harbour-villKy., while he was visiting at l't. Payne, Ala., and beat him severely. He otl'ered to open his satchel and prove by bis Bible tha he was the wrong man, but they took this for an efl'ort to get a pistol and knocked him senseless, in which condition he was found sometime afterwards. The union revival at the Methodist church is growing in enthusiasm ami results. Several have professed religion and others are enquiring what tluy must do to bo saved, llov. J. O. A. Vaught preached during the quarterly meeting services, but at the other meetings twice a jlay, the pastors of the town alternate in appealing to sinners to lice from the wrath to come. Itev. V. E. Arnold said on Sunday night that he would rejoice and be glad over the results of the meeting, even if his church gained no members and all the others should. He was enlisted in the tight for lost souls and not merely for bis own This is the church's advancement. proper spirit and all the churches should Prof. Fogg join in it freely and fully. and tbo choir furnish excellent music and the song eervices are unusually enjoyable. p r e, Xew Year's night a goodly number SALE. worship neatly repaiied and the church strengthened by the addition of bers. Jnines Coppage, KIders. 40 num- J. II. Vandivtr, Scientific American Agency for Gov. Broun will be asked to ci the sentence of death passed on Jesse Brown, who is to b- - hanged at Pa Witnesses hove ducah January lo. signed atlidavits that they swoie falsely at the time of the trial. The report is that Judge Lindsay telegraphed President Harrison that has he will be in Washington early this week and give his answer on the question of accepting the place on the Interstate Commerce Commission. .VKW AIIVEHTISKHVTS. For information and frfo Handbook wrlto to Ml XX CO., J.l UltOAIlWAV. Xmv Yohk. In America. OIUtt bureau for Fivurlns patentbrought Kvery piitcnt taken out by in be&iro tbo public by a notice given fieeof cburge In thu 1 ccPYr'nars, ate. THAOE MARKS. DCSICM PATENTS CAVEATS. Scientific JVtuwciw Tersest rlreiilit Inn of nnr soientlflR paper In tbo iI.'ih!Ii11t illustrated. Xo Intelligent world. man thnuld bo without It. Weeklr, :.0I a MU.NN j ear: tlM six nionthf. Addreu Vork. & CO., l't'ULlMiSKS.Sa UroaUwuT, New R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. '?V!SMBaKsSS3iwKlKiiNHM -- g) tO'JISVUlt.HtW AlBaHT CHItatO tt?I(t TO DENTIST. Is moving to th Iliggins ollice, Lancaster street. ' Nilrout Oxide lias giveu for pmnltis tilraciing. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TOiaruf X.OTS. Two Beautiful Building Lots, "W II mill inn SMI iBM On Eat Main street for sale 90x174 leet; stable and splendid cittern 011 one uooa opportunity for carpenter contractor to secure valuolile property In exchauge lor work, aud nutcrial, Also a handsome carriage at a bargain. MIIS.M C 1IUKNSIDK 90.41 OTJTCAG, -- ..And pfe WEST And N2RTMWEST. GOOD FARM FOR SALE. situated Danville any one 483m I wish to lell privately my Knrn; si Pullman VeitibuKil lluffet Steepets ind Pullman lluffet Chair Cars on all trains through to Chicago without change. Co.via the Monon and get the Dcst for the least i& miles north of Stanford, Ky., ou the pike, Will take pleasure in showing to money. For information address wishing to purchase. Apply to IAS. BARKER, G P. A., Chicago. J. BRIGHT. W, G. CRUSH, D P. A., Louisville. of 141 Acres, U, 6eh -- V V, iJ V 1' t Is now fully organued and leajy for business with Llttlo Things. Cone, a prominent attorney of Parker. Dakotla. Fortune who says' "I never leave home without taking a A good-bkiss is a little thins, f s a Candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub1870-In tlio whiter of a groat cos boltlt. of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and With your hand on the door to go, Remedy with me, and on many occasions ject to the action ol the Democratic party. Publlahod Every Tuesday and Fr day tumo festival was held hi JIuniclu Hut it takes the venom out of the sting hase ran with it to the re tcf of some sufferer and Inown a. the McCart farm i.ow'bel, "gi,' Among tlio many beautiful women preshave never known It lo fail lor sale by Or. M. "m AT Of a thoughtless word or a cruel fling hvery person passlnsr through said N. IWENEFEE, L. Hourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanlordy, Ky, ent was a Greek girl, diessod in claa!c witnout That you made an hour ago. permission will be prosecuted Vi atfEIl YH.A.Jl.IaV costume of extretuo simplicity, her only Is A candidate for as Sheriff. Subject 69'"n " M CRKIOIITON. AN INTHODUCTION A kiss of Krcetinjr is sweet and rare, to the action of the democracy. lClection Nov. jewels Iwing n 6inglo string of pearls When not so paid $2.60 -'- il e charged." 1891. After the toil of the day. about tlio neck. A Boston artist, thon a Tothe throiich car scrsitoof the Wisconsin Ctn-- I Hut it smooths the furrow 1 out of the care tral LintHiid Northern I'ncific Railroad Isuunec student at the lioyal Art Academy, who Stockholders' Mooting. K.o. LOCAL TIMS CARD. Its advantaces nnd convenience have And lines on the forehead you once called fair, essarv of 140 ITfift l rjiN I leirahle wns present, says the Boston Transcript. been fully established. It Is the only route lo the J' UlV l?l?MrP . Acres on Crab Orchard In the years that haveflovvn away. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning wn, impressed w itll the classic charm of I'ncific Coast over which both Tollman Vrstibulect pike, 4 miles from Stanford. W. It Miller A meeting or the stockholders ol 70 and Pullman Tourist Cars aio operam at Hankofllusionsllle wlllV, held at, tlr TIs a little thing; to say "Von are kind," this virgin beauty, nindo sketches and ted from Clncaeo via St Haul without change, house In Huslonsille on the second TiicY.lJy g M love jou, my dear,'1 eacjt night; in through train leases Chicago every day at id 45 notes, and at once set to work to paint L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. January, iftoi, for the purpose of eleelm mm. 3 p.m. The traveler ia this route passes tlirmi;l Hut It sends a thiilt through the heart, I find. Directors to scrse the ensuing, ear. itho picture, but in vain; tlio timo hnd the most picturesque, Interesting and prospnoii Msil train going North 8' '' For love it tender, as love is blind. J " HOC Ki'R, Cashier ,. .. .. Dealer In belt of country In the W'estttn World. There is a ."".A""..".M.i34pm not como in which to renlizo thoconcep- South As we climb tile s rugged height. scenery with most striking contrasts lint range .....'...".'.'.7.'.'.7t 13 ra lion, and tho canvas was laid aside. Express train " South irom me roiling prairie ami the pine level Foreign and . rn 1.1; am Domestic Fruits, "onn 1110 Stockholders' .Mooting'. to the wildest passes of the wildest mountains in iuji:im,,,go, as il. , artist. was ro We stan e each other for lo e's caress, V, m Local Freight North the world. We take, but we do not give; turning from a summer trip to Europe. South s up in Confectioneries, Ai. There isn series of the noMvit cities, towns nnd The latter tram. alo carry passengers. It teems so easy omc soul to bless, l0 wns Jtl othtced to a Hlltlgai fail noblc- villages ol everv variety and sie. from the hamlet A meeting of Ihe stockhoklers of ih I,rst IU ,.,, liri l.n.l ........ , ,!,.,. aoiar ........ ,........... l..,nl, Hut wit dololove grudgingly, less and less. inc.ooir.Kuu.m.icnoiimiwaroiinit, , or tho tiny farm, upward, the richest mines in the HrtMd, with him a first class bakeand ean lurnish ,,,,.,, ....! will Cakes and the like on short noln e V inoral lank 011 be held al their banking hm,"e cine Is about 10 minutes faster .,,!.. wurld; the greenest and most lasting pasturage; Till 'tis bitter and hard to the. Manfoid and with his family was sailing for New the seend Tuesday in the wildest scenery on the Continent, canens a I'nlnn Signal. i for the purposes electing eleven Janua v Yoilc When introduced to tho consul's weird as a nightmare; hills, snows and penks ".iura to serse the ensuing sear startling in the magni6ceiice l their beautyand a family, a glance at tho daughter, a beau- Ji-U- i MeROIIKRTS. Cashier A Confederate soldier of General perfection of comlort in tras cling that has neser tiful gill of 10, brought to mind tho been surpassed Fast train via the Wisconsin Central Liies fur RAKK C1IANCK iOsFcl'RK IIAKUAIN'S Greek girl seen at tho costume festival Hnivg'n army has much to say of the Owing to the fact that I am a little overstocked Minneapolis, AshUnd and Iliilulh leaves in which he and St Haul, at 5 on p m dally MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, fit Munich years aco: another look at statu of ftemi starvation Chicago in Dry Goods, Hoots, Shoes, Hats and the like, I with I'ullmsn tho mother, mid indeed it was tho fcnino his comrades were much of the time Sleeper, and the Central's famous dinliii will for the neat vi days offer my enllre slock at cars attached. Cost far Cash. These, goods were bought at very milliliter woman. kept. Bays the Youth's Companion. low prices and selling them at Cost, the public can eczema, and all Comer Maui and Depot Streets An iutimato acquaintance brought to feel assured of some rare UAROAINS Ihisbig " While we were tit Chnttnnooga my OucVclln'o Arnica Salvo. ofTer will stand gixid for 30 dass onl Store in m light tho fact that tho Ilungatiau, then blood The best salve a visit. Rations were sores, ulcers, salt in the world lor cuts, bruises Darst Kstcnslon, between Rowland mid Stanford. rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapa student at tho University of Munich, father paid me .,lm0".hi,?av'0""an,l C. KI.MORK J l'ndome tine ot ped tako chilblains, corns and alt skin rup Iiotnels. Ac 1 done lost his heart that memorablo night at mighty scarce. I was mighty glad to lionshands,positively der All exnerieriir. and f it piles, or no pay requirlures with me, ho . ,11 tho festival and soon after mariied tho see him, but felt ashamed to havo him ed. It is guaranteed to me perfect satisfaction, ,K Z' Ull Ptlce 15 cents per bat. gitl. A few mouths after tho ariival in know how badly oil' wo were for some- or money refunded For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. New York the daughter gavo sitting to thing to eat. Wo weie living ou parch m It will Lot on Main Street in Stanford comploto the picture. "Leitkopis, " which ed corn. Now Trv This It will co.t jou nothing and will surely do you MRS. FRJSSK relieve and cure Containing t had boon inspired by tho mother years acres. Filially I hit upon a plan for getting good If yon have a cough, cold or any trouble with provious. Tito artist was J. M. Stone, of throat, chest or lungs I)r King's New Discov- erms easy dyspepsia, nervous rURCIIASINO AURNT, TR WALTON, Stanlord. Consumption, Coughs anJ Colds Is this city, nnd tho picture was greatly him n cootl dinner. I invited him to ery for to gitc reliel or moncs will be naid hack go with me to the colonel's tent. debility, and admired at tho hist Ait Club exhibition. Chicago, : : : : Illinois. Sullercrs from I.a (irippe found it just the thing R. CA9INITK, 'Col. Field,' said I, 'I wish to intro- and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovtired 57 Plymouth IWeor ery Try a sample 4, W'entworth Avi. espense and at Humor In Will. duce to you my father, and, as rations learn fur yourself justbottle good ourthing it is In how a One might suppose, suja the Chicago are a little Bhort in the mess just now, al bottlts free at A R. Penny's drug stote. Large CuiHRilssien c per nt K.mu by Older, Postal Note, New York Kuchange or by siie jo (.cuts and $1. Hcrahl, that will making was anything good enough to inKspress Opportunities lor hargaiua in alt line perhaps you will be will you. but a merry occupation, yet the drollol good, unsurpaised Specimen Cnsoa. Hustonvlllo, Ky. ery of tho wills that sonio ccconttic old vite him to dine withlyon.' S II Clifford, New Casscll, Wis, was troubled alts a) s on Caskets 'Certainly,i answered Colonel Field, with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was A 81full line of ofiiiishand fellows havo loft behind them could Mn disordered, his lis er was to C. Dr. haidly bo Dean Sw ift could 'I shall be happy to hays both of you degree, appetite fell away affected was an alarming terribly reand he duced in llcsh and strength, lhrec bottles of not havo concocted a more bitter PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I than that of tho testator, who afterjoko remain to dinner.'invitation with many Klectric Hitters cured him Having pure hasod Ihe interest if my former re accepted the Hdward Shepherd, llnrrisbiirg, III., had a runSTANFORD, KY. ?"""; ilr- w- R M. PherM.li, I ask a liberal citing tho obligations ho was uuder to hi leg ol ning l"sid share f Ihe patronage ..f the people rf Rowland a young negro three sore on of Kltctmeight years' standing boxes WAI.I ACK MIVXl, Pru r thanks nml just then bcttles Hitters and seven and suinlty. I ill eoniinue the cash business a particular friend bequeathed to him Office in Odd Fellows' Hutlding, up stairs. came in with a frying pan of parched of Hucklen's Arnica Sahc and his leg is sound the Pherson Office hours. 7 to S a in., t to zp. m , 7.10 8 p. m. at tho bottom of tho first page of his and well John Speaker, Catawba. Ohio, had R. CAMN1TZ, Dlftiiff'r, to hicli and firm ofI Milton A Mcprove whv started .., think nn easily do, it will l tise large feser snres on his lejt, dectors said he will, 10,000 dollais, or course, thought torn and dumped it on an old cloth. ornentia to bolt) my customers and inyself J.u uas incurable One lotl!e Klectric HI :illT()N It t.K. K instanr. Vk at these prices, '.Master,' .Miid he, 'dinner is ready,' onelx Hurklen's VrniraSalte t tired hi lets and the delighted legatee, but on lurninc iwnd. granuU entire te.1 sugar for fi, Arbtukles coffee DR. W. B. ts eits i.(. the leaf the boquost wns dUcoteied to and, wo nll'eathlovtn. Thejcolonel, like ly Sold at A K. Penny's drug store. Thorouchly refitted and tefurmsheil and fuillx sihI and all nlhcr gsiods ih Also to attend l the wants of the public have on hand at all times lumbrr .! .kin.u. r... be 10 000 thanks. What a wet blaukot the private soldiers, had nothing to eat ' ,. Mr. William T. Price, a justice ol the Peace at al neSAMPI.K ROOM attached J II. iin.r ON. " for "gient expectations. Richland. Nebraska, was confined In bis bed Ut r 57 RuwUnd. Ky hut parched com." winter with a severe attack ol lumbago: hut a Office South side Main street, in office recently Just as odd was the codicil of tho thorough application of Chnmtrluin's Pain Halm vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. deathstiicken ItumoiKt who loft to cur"Oh, Tommy," said tho .little girl in enabled him to s.et up and go to wtk Mr Price tain of his dear lelatives "as niniiv aweboninitones, "I knowsoniething aw says "The remedy an not be teceinmtHdcd to This notion forewarns hunter, fitherruefl and highly."' I.et any one tranblrd with rheumatism, of on our land, without M. CRAIG, acre.--,area laud as olinll Ih found equal to ftil'iil)outl our Sund.iy-schoo- l superin- rMuralgia or lame back, give it a trial slid 'hey others SMt tot rpspisswill Ic prosecuted lo the iwr DR. lull miostnn, as aH ssih lll be of the SJisie opini.n. joe battles lur the inclosed by tho tract of tho ! Muncd eM aMstlisf tho law by Dr M 1. Hourne, Dmggt t tird OptlciaM, cent-of the oscillation of the earth in tendent." Homeopathic Physician, C. M.SI'OONAMOUKt: Stanford, K J K IIKUCi. "Tell me," said Tommy. U a revolution around the sun, supposing - STANFORD, THOMAS C. HA I I. KENTUCKY. tho mean distance of the sun to bo "Don't you never tell but I saw him STBl.I.KHAII l. Office Hours: 10 to u a m.; A. M IM'I.AND to 3 p. in ; 8 to seinidianioteixif tho earth from it." ."Sew I.lsaw.lliim laughin' II. W UAINhS. 9 p. m. 'Ibis was a centuiy ago. mill" as the York Herald. Office on Lancaster street, opposite court house. IAMKS IJIVKN's' When Baby was (tick, wo gave her Castor!. S Plltt.I.lps problem could ma be satisfactorily wuiked out the legatees weie kept at a Georgia had four and Virginia one When she was a Child, alio cried for Castorla. A. S. mean distance fiom the property all hanging Friday. At Homerville, Gn., When ht lecame Miss, aim clung to Caatoriv T SURGEO.V DENTIST. their live--. the i ope broke in hanging Win. McCoy When the bad Chi ien, she cave tberu Castorla. A very neat icproach was conveyed Office on Main street, over W. It Mc Roberts 11 hours to get loiiilcliiiK Drug Store, Stanford. in tlio will of an undo who bequeathed and it took the sheriir another one. 11 silver sp ions to his nephew with tho In the corporate limits o Rowland leinark: "If I him tho II I DARST. RowlanJ. 6 Co. dozen ho knows have l not lefttho young Chamberlain ,V Co.. Des M.tines. Iowa, dcsitr ! tho mannlaeturers of SALE OF STOCK, &C. inform the public that thev are that has set been bciregraeo having htoh-- tho twelfth the most successful preparation OF STANFORD, KY., predated for coughs, colds and croup. It will mv Harber hnop to the Com spoon sometime lie fore. (uocn I Weekly Interior Journr. Travelers niav learn a lesson from Mr C A Model's R. R. GENTRY y 71 Dlar-rhr- rs FARM POSTED. A.D""-AJCO- J. -- I s.-jo- I first-cla- ,,. ss sa. ........Zt lon-s- t J I I vuu-iui- For Boils, Pimples carbuncles, scrofulous sores, other diseases, ' At Cost For Cash.. J(,"J and I. ess Mnker IsClOTljci. Ss-i- m m'WlDt Ayer's Sarsaparilla that FOB, SALE! ...!, ... ",.,'""' MUel.." V-iy- r MTUEEtS guar-an- ui feeling. II. Has Cured Others cure Undertaker&Embalmer X . I'ost-OHi- i. II. Nuiinclley, fob, 1 TIIEVEXDOME'IIOTBL II. J cash - onrzrz: r - PENNY, 111 rllu Dentist. "- .:...:'!" POSTED. . JOHN ! , 21,-(50- 0 1 to-da- y Barter llavt.i-restore- d 39-- ir 1 PRICE, For Salo Twenty IoIh Farmers BanM Trust - Shop Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - - windmills. Shiny of them are built in SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL IF it ARK l. DIM, I has e moved to my new Hotel aad am better tho form of a two story towor, the HANK OK STANFORD, ' repaid than ever to accommodate the public becoud story lciug smaller tlian tiio first, ood Livery attached and every coaseoience de Nowcjuffiig up) with the same assets and undet tired. Uisc me a call, with a balcony at its base from which v the same management. FRANK RILEV, 77 re as it tapers upward until tho cap like ton is jP fly provisions of its chatter, depositors 1IIK THE SHELTON HOUSE, j,"""fully protected as ate depositors in National reached. High up, near tho Hanks, MATUMKNT OF TIIK ' liable to its shareholders being held individually groat axis juts fiom the wall; roof, the the extent of the amount of their slock and to D. A TWADDLE, Proprlotor, therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the this are fastened two prodigious arms, ' Lincoln Co. Building ture, Arc. amount inserted in such shares. It may nctas Savings A..sciation siimsofjio and under, cash in formed somow hat like ladders, bearing 1rms- For all executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as hand ; over that niiiouut nctes with good security, llOWlfsHHl. an individual great sheets of canvas, wlioco btisiuesa Jue luly i,ru beanng interest from ilayofsale To those who entrusted their buisincss to us STANrOltl), K.Y H C.ENTRY. Admrs R. R. &j while mnagiti the Lincoln Xational Hank ol is to catch tho mischief maker and set s accummodalioBS at resectable rates, Office many thanks ami him at work. Theso mills stand, like Stanford, stne here tender our Tru.t Co will 011 Jan. in Farmers Hank LouiaviiLc NasHvinr. n. n. Open day and flight. Sample room and good livtry t, to. trust they will continue to transact their business huge giants guarding tho country. in connection with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten"LOCUS'! CROVh" tion to same, our twenty years' experience in 'I heir bodies are generally of dark red; Is II e line fr you, a us Issue Another Series of Stock. banking andas liberal accommodations as are conand their Jieuds, or loofs, ate made to A ( Lanham 'John II. Castlcman with sound banking sistent -- A . turn this way and that, according to the Any one seeling a safe investment would da DtHKCTOKS: w ell 10 investigate. direction of tho wind. Their round FOR SALE Has made more Make eloit coine. tions at Weekly payment, as cents J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; is always staring. Altogether, than s per ceut. since iiramralinn. F.uables men ' J, M. Hall.atauford; a lme. Money loloan LOUISVILLE of limited means to secsire they seem to bo keeping a vigilant watch The finist Farm and richest soil in Lincoln Co., And CINCINNATI Land, situan irood real estate ol J. S. Owsley, Stanford; 450 in every uireption. boinetimes they comprising two acres ol SUmord. the county seat II I. DARST, For all points S II M1ANKS. miles Embry, Stanford; ted within S.J. II C. IARRIS. J.S.HUC.IIKS, stand clustered together; sometimes of Lincoln. Fronted by the Shelby City turnpike THROIM.I! TICKKTS SOI D J. E. Lynn, Stanford; J N. M1CNKFKK. V. A.TRIIIHLi:. Stanford and to HAC.t.AOr CIIKKKI).JIIR()L(.H alone, like silent sentinels; sometimes in and nccessible onethe Ihe best Stock Danville in the A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; H. HAOCIIMAN, Farms JOS. SKVKRANCK of 1 his is 1 F. PKVTON long rows like tanks of soldiers. You region and i in a lush stale of culil tor any Informali nenqureof J. K.Haughman, Hustonville; lor all purto.es IHOlib Ae.ril, seo them rising from the midst of factory vanon. Abundance of water for the crowing of J. F. Cash, Stanford; JO.V SEX KRANCF, I'resbleiu Or fertile and i suitable Soil St.nf ., buildings, by tho cottages, on tlio polders henpis tobacco, com and wheal Ihe land is so William Gooch, Stanford, Ky '" J II. HAUI.HMAN Sec'y; W. W I'FNN, Irav Pass AKent W M. llllli.HT, Itrasurer. fine (the polders aio lakes pumped dry and located so that it can be divided and two S. II. Shanks, President. Junction C ly, Ky are a largcauu farms made. Ihe improvements J. B. Owsley, Cashier turned into farms); on the wharves; by commodious dwelling a convenient stock barn. W. M. Hright, Teller ror Inlor- . the best of fruit of all kinds, etc tho rivers; along the canals; on the It. jurs , ta, aianioro. . II Baughm.iu, General dykes; in tho cities overywhero! Hol- mati'm, apply lo MANAOKRS, I. ) y land wouldn't bo Holland without its O V RILKN, Pineville. Commerce Building, Louisville. windmills, any moio than it could he NATIONAL BANK Holland without its Dykes and its DutchAcenls throughout the South. Highest cash market price p.iid Mary Slopes Dodge, in St. Nichmen. OF STANFORD, KY, to-w1 first-class IMitcli WlmliiillU. $200,000. You scarcely can stand anywheie 19,000. Holland without seeing from ono to in 20 As Administrators of Mrs Mary C Gentry, we srill sell at public auction at her late resideme on Hawkins Itraii' h 011 . - ..- -t wwr G Jt V it I he following property, Th... itcmI urnllt MtdpS. IlTDnl Milk COWS S'O fwe with lamb by gofl bucks, 10 head ol feeling Cattle. 10 Yearlings and Calves, IJ head ol good slock Hogs. 5 itaeksof Tiraotny uaj, soo narreis of C orn ill the crib, no shocks of I odder, I Hinder, Cast Roller, Disc Harrow, good 2 horse W'ag-n- n and all other Farming Implements usually farm, 1,000 lbs of well cured fnund on a Hecnii, and all Household and Kitchen Furni ClIIJMltil, J tli. .. loeja) nnd relics e a severe cold ,n less time than any other treatment The article referred to is Chamberlain s Cough Remedy. It is a medicine that has won fame and popularity 011 its merits anu one mat can always ne uepenaea upon It the only known remedy that will prevent It must be tried to le appreciated It is put up Ci 9C1 .ft, nti.l , lw.,ll ..I 1... lip . l I nm,r-iq,- , ILnnrnM , tlriinm.i M.I.. ..fn..l f V .Ml,, V,,I,,W,,, L .'.'H...1 ... U.J .ml 1 THE 1ULEY HOUSE. K. B. RILEY. Proprlotor, London, Kentucky. mirvUl Hetel, am prbuared lo accommodate la. dies a wdt as gentlemen in anything they mas wMhluniyNnc. Children tlse waited on. .af tl lAtV J KSSK THOMPSON'. InCommereial Hotel. - Kentucky. , A--J First-clas- &, S T O CZ F KM turn-Dik- eye-windo- w liliic-tir- ass ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Double Ilaily Trains - e. Insurance Company, I Hlue-Gra- ss Fill .. A--e BARBEE&CASTLEMAN Hook-Keepe- r. . JUMJ-.M- 95-- 8t-- m FIRST CASH for I olas. r' rw l3 l Ak a dozen campaigns, and was very parChesapeake A. Ohio Roule. ticular about what lie ate, was invited Attention of the public is invited to the fact out to n giimd dinner party. Ho sat Bank Stanford, that this Is the only National Nationalin Hank Act almost directly New York, oppo-iittlio hostess, and Under the pros isloiis of the depositors are secured not only by the capital was painfully couscious that every move stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an ho made could bo so observed by her. Sud- OM Point' and the Seashore and all Eastern Cities. amount equal to the stock, by athat depositors of fund of $400,000. denly, at the height of the fcstivilie.-- , institution are secured this IN V FFF.CT NO . ij, sSii Five sworn t.tcmcnts of thpcondition of the bank the veteran canio ncroai a caterpillar iii I'nited are made t?.ich year to theexamined States governat stated times his salad. A furtive glance at tho ment and ll asbets are flist rLTmll'd Accom A ceo.. by government agents, thus securing addititonal Lx Daily Daily s dKclo-c- d tho fact that she, too, LAST HOl'ND. Mail aniTperfect safety to depositors. Dally Dally. ,K. S11 Hx Ni originally established as the had dicovered the embarrassing circumsThis institution, p a p 6 Lexington.. Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then tance-. It was a ciitical moment, but Lve Winchester ... 7 3$ a e. 00 p 4" P s 30 p 7 on 3 I 3 a' 4S ired 9 the National asHank ol Stanford in 165 and the old boldier was equal to tho occasion, Ml SterluiK... . S J4I.I, ; H p' J oc p7 3j p the First National Hank of itgain re organized Stantord in iSS;, has had practically an uninterWithout changing a muscle, he gathered Arr Ashland. it i pi 10 07 p, I ao u rupted existence of y years It is better supplied up the caterpillar a " CatlettsburK. a a p 10 i, Pi 8 10 a with a forkful of now with facilities fir transacting Imsiness prompt ' HuntinKton. ia jo p.10 a? ti 9 J salad and hw allowed both. Tlio look of Is-- and liberally than csvr before in its long and W ashiliston 10 fidu6 35 " Konorable career Accounts of corporations, solic-te- d. gratitude which ho received from his ' l'hiludelphl.i- So ciaries firms and individuals respectfully hostess a few minute-- , later warmed his Arr New Vork .. 1 to heart In duo time the stnry leaked WEST HOUND The Directors, of this Hank is composed ol Daily out, and w hon somebody united the old T, J. Foster, of Stanford; Reid, Lincoln county ; Forestus campaigner how he liked caterpillar Lve-- Huntington.. 6 00 I 35 P 45 P I 54 O aj ' Ciitletttbur: P, 7 M P J. W. Hayden, Stanford; talad tho reply came like a icd hot shot: " Ashland.. .. " p 37 S.I1. Hangnman, Lincoln; "Do you take 1110 for a man who would M.J. Miller, Mt Vernon; jot p 1 ao j) 6 S a spoil a dinner party for a littlo thing Mt Sterling 'ie s7 SS P7 S. T. Harris, Lincoln; 5 'I l, " Wmchtsster.. it ij like a caterpillar?" Chicago Horald. - 6 ao I', a S3 r Arr Lexington . -- iiaoj J. S. Hockcr Stanford; p 1 Capital Stock Surplus $200,000 8,500 Caterpillar .Salad. A votoran who liuil lajen tlirough half Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. QggfUf -- X "W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Affont, S'lANFOHD. KV Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, 0mmmmm '.ssss 0. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T P. Ilill.Stanford; W. ('..Welch, Stanford. W P. Tate, Stanfor d J. , OKFUKRS President. John J. McRoberts A A Cashier; Mc Kinney. Assistant Cashier lUut . cultivated neiir soino hw.iiiiiis not far Cures cuts, bruises, old sores, skin diseases, from Washington iiinluiiiil fe.vor in that piles, fistula, scratcnts, raltti corns, bunions, burns, d.a- poison and bruises. Wherever It has vicinity lias groatlj dccroasotL Siniilnr been used it has given wonderful satisfact on and results Iinvo been observed in Holland, its propensity tor removing suicnn. at tlin innnlli nf flin Rlutlrlt nml In ntlwvp ble. Numerous testimonials svill be secured and ..... ..in ,,nor in tnis space at a later date. Made places. at, id sola tjy J, II. HICOINS, Stanford. Ky, - ws tmrnm mi - myself and secured the respect of my butchor, letting him know that I knew a.s much if not more than he did. Ward McAllister. Since &c, at beginning with the New Year, it is customary to form new resoluM. F. ELK1N & CO., Baltimore, tions and as far as possible profit STANFORD. K . by experience of the past. The 3S tyr general credit system having been universally condemned by both NOTICKTOTHK debtor and creditor as a curse to PUBLIC. our country, one of our young gro- TRAVELLYGf cery merchants has concluded that It Will be Wise .'Hid profitable tO CI have opened in cmnectiwu with my Hotel, the both himself and his customers to' steer clear of this reef that lias! made shipwreck of so many in the past and at the same time offer such inducements to his custom- - First-Clas- s Uvcry'SlHtolc, CrS that they Call not afford tO bliy And offer it e service- - of it to the pubii. Ilrand ' their Groceries elsewhere. f For ex-- 1 "" ' '''' ': n ,',:"" ,,u,oa,d h "'"' ""u' ,n kiaimi oiupart ample he will sell you IVst Tho Bost jn the country. ..,-.- . (te me a call. Proprietor 20 lbs. (irnnulatcd hugar for,si oo '5; 23 lbs. best C Sutiar ... P f.HKI.N, 00 AL IlLKS, M.iiaicer njsia 7 40 1 9 5 Ixmisvllle -- rr- . ik. vituiur.-- viiecil vuiice... 00 j lU'i. '!.:.. Tho best talent with poor material .j lb. Arbt;ckle's Coffee may givo u fair dinner, but if the ma. terinl is poor-th2 gallons best Coal Oil dinner will evidence it. Lim led Vcttlbulml Trains run daily iueouiiuc 25 PORTMAN HOUSE, Fortnytars I havo always marketed lion w Chesapeako A 0Mo "I. F. " t .Ners 3 caps 2 lb. Peaches 25; ..rk Washington, Philadoiphia j , Iwenty mllesthe Shortest to St Louis, ho.-tes- 1 1 - MYERS HOUSE, IIKW 'trains, . WashitiRlim, ilaltiuiore, Philadelphia, Quickest time lo llarrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky luenmonu, v net, ima bhurlrst and Quickest line to New York, Michigan Points Chlcaco, Detroit, Clevel.nd, Ilulfalo, Indlanarmlis and the West, Canada, New Lugland, Ilostou, ((DlKJLJIilAKTS, - bangarji 'cars, smoking cars and Solid coaches, Pullman llouduir Sleepers through viaChaltaimsa, lliriiunL,'bam, Merid ian making direct tiinnri lianse-route for Knpx. ville, Ashevillr, Lyiu h tin r and p., mis 111 the (UAR:(DJLK1TAS9 At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmiug t"n, Charlesl.n, August., Ma. on, SavaniiaR, llrunswick, Lake Cltj I hnuu.ville and H.OIU DA imiiiiis. j -- r- 111 Fat Mail Trains run dally and make local steps between Lexlnctou and lluntinion. Iluntiugton and Morefiead Aceoinmodatlans run dally, l...titon and Morrhead anU I.esinytcn and (Kills except Mt. Sierlms Acoemmndnli'im run from 3 3 cans cans 3-I- tomatoes. 2-l- Corn suntlowcn Jiav licon oxtensivcly h"0hr'oiih Slecpmc Cars tr and and N. ,Vc , ork without change. ree-ar- d u.hinKton .... to rntes. routes. For full information in apply to any aseut of this or connectinc lines C. L. IlKOWN, 0,H K. HtrsTlNGTON, O. P. A . V P. and CJ M , And many other goods in ike proportion. A tine stock of Imui-ilGroceries and in Fancy do cerics, hruits and Candies a display that can not be surpassed. Come and see me, opposite Port-maHouse. y n .5I JOSISI'II COFF12Y, 1 - 0 W. 90-i- yr O M .Lcxiiictoii.Ky. T I'. A.. Ashland, Ky JESSE I. WEAKEN. Tim only line riirilu'nk,' s.,lu tr.ilns with choice Pullmun llouuoiror Palace MecpuiLj Cars to Jack vjimllc svitlisnit change lor uny class of passengers or bae;icae Srlm ami Montgomery, Humsville, Decatur, Floren e, Mrinidns and Alt KANSAS ioiiiti. S:iorti-- t and iiuickcst lo Auniston, Selma, Mo bile Dnrct connei lions made at NKW OK-- I. Sl'ANrOUI), KY , KAN'S without omnibus transfei for Oielrestoo Houston, Austin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Miss. , Shreveport L.I., making direct connections !J 1. llntrl, renovated and rcfurnishrd i. iioiv without omnibus transfer lor Dallas, Fort Worth, in my charge ind I intend to coudu t it mj. to Austin, San HI Paso and pointsin not only maintain ll liiffh reputallnn, but to add to its lone I"' oi friend. Special TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. for loimncuul tr.i'kt and line rooms for For through rates, correct the ill. ploy of samples. . . information call 011 Agent at county maps and fin'. Junction Citv.Kv or address HtANK W WOOLLr.v, A First-Clas- s A fjt , Lexington, Ky Trae Pass D D. MIIIKU, EDW'AKDS. And IIILLIAKDand POOL IlOOMS attached. (i. p ,v Tratlic Mangr,, JOSI'.PH COFFKV, 3Mf Cincir.nat 1 Ir'r. Saloon i a