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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892012901 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. T Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XIX. HUSTONVILLE. Journal NO. 95 STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JANUARY 29.1892. LANCASTER, GAflHAoD COUNTY. McKINNEY. Two Men Killed in Clay. (Special to The Interior Journal.) Losnov. Jan. 28 At tho examining l I It U thought that the principal cnute John Dinwiddle, a highly respected MinsOni Enoch was summoned by ol Chill's backing down was tho report colored caipentor, living near this place, lrjni nt M,inc.8or yesterday of Hcnslev tuK'nim to tliu bciKulool her father, at that Julius CiiMnr Hurrowc of Michigan, died Wednesday morning, for killing I)eirn, an account of which Somerset. was in ftvor of war. J. C. ClarkHon. chairman repuhli- - yo published, a fiht occurred, which of MnxuyV Val- J Mrs. JesioCtuter. This people over this way heartily can national committee (?) ia now locat- - rPSit,.,i ; I, v lu.l.ililinrliniul. irt .'ellOrtod ill It d'lllTrwtl tlt. killing of n son of County shall keep constantly on During the year 1S92 I endorse the Intkuiou Joch.nai.'s objec- ed on Liberty Htreet, ready to make or ' Judge Hurd and Joe Hacker. hand a full and complete stock of gcrotis condition. tion to placing .Mercer in this juiliclal repair your shoes, (jive him a call. John Pk.vih.. .John Al Butler H now ;t town niMii. call- of Kookcastle. district instead J. Mo. Hubble and family were having landed most nt his elleets Tin- -, - u"""m' oul ou' Muuid. I'. I,. Tiiomiwiv ami K. T. ed to Pulaski ouliitf iilmIii last Satur- - "" from the day, afli'i a tempestuous ciuie was Uic u. ge s Brother. Fish, a oouplo of the Ixrcmoi: ,hv to attend the burial of Mis. .1. M. iSl'c.altothe Interior journal NehH Cinp port. Jolui siya that an good Kocken-tl- e .. friends, were heru H,1,.' ,,,nt..,.r.' Mr.. Kllnn Orlllln. properly rigged, would liuvo it Mimmm u.ix. .mil. ' j . norm" mo n yesterday. -- W. i:. Cress will hd.ool here trnl flt MlinclCHt -- cMenlny evening, OC lurnishcd easiest transportation. Circuit Court will cm vein Monday. on Monday. Feb. 1st, and'eontinue four of John Henslev, for killing John IX'- Mrs Jas. T. Ciaig was hero Mon-il.i- x. My stock of The docket consists of 101 old equity inotitliH. CIhshch will be irganized in znrn, last week, unknown partiefl shot Elder W. L. Willlnuu iacontliind 10 equity nppenrancep. SO old com-inhig'ior branches Terms: l'rimary, mid killed Marion Htird, brother of the bv n severe ease of bionchitN. Kev. W. law case. '2.1 common law appear. $1 o0;ndanced i'2 per month. Judge Herd, of Manchester. Joe Hock-e- r A. dilKn m;iI funily ances and lilt Commonwealth cases, 1110 Hutchinson, the merchant on the Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of wnn also killed instantly from bullet the College. Mr, .la inert T. Kmo re- in all. corner of Main atidStanfor ntreets, ban through the abdomen. Further tiouhle prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas ceived a dispitch Monday announcing J. 8. Owsley, Jr., a prominent Stan- moved hi family to the house recently A. R. PENNY. Html was a prominent Dalton in charge. that lift another is hopeli"fily ill. ford attorney, was liuie Monday. Will built by Dr. Alcorn, while Jnme.s Me-- 1 is looked for. L. I). Sirao.N. cough has leached our Collier, of Surveyor Collier's ullice, of citizen. Whooping Kinney baa moved to the property vaca-A. C. SINE town anl all tho population, wliiuli has lmtsvillc, is hero on a visit, lie ays J N.MENEFEE CRAB ORCHARD. .. ... ted by Mr. Hutchiti-oi- i. t...... tlt.l lllbl grown into iiiuiuiii'in ""' t1Ht ,lU ftIl Ti Col. ,) K. Co,t,r i8 con. John Kiison, n vtter.ui rattler, who visitation, Is wreMling will it. M"-1 n,,, to hi, room with grip. Hon. K. C. Mr. K. A. Brook. Mis. Scott Far-nihad lived to bo almost an octogenarian, lis and Mr. Cli , was ,i Llllie handidge, of ahelby Herrin aie on the Wam of gtllllflinli WM in town 0II Io. died nt hi home, one mile nouth of thin of IIST list. town lastTueaday, but the plare, on Mond.ix, with the grip. Tho On Sunday night Mr. CJ. W. Lee, a whooping cough cieated a pimc. which ,f IjejlilllBlIlra ,lH, ,,,. in h08. deceased wa-- . an honornblu, upriulit old hurried her home, afraid to kls4 her ,on Iu.l(ry n montli ami one gentleman, wlio leaves many frlendn to ftiloon keeper of this place, who was a grand-ma- . grass widower nbont !12 years old, took l,.,by, Bho lia-- l left with its Im1 Uwi m)son w u Bhouh, mourn his death. daughter of G. W. tho Mian I aillllU lAT lllllIOI IB hi, mir." The coiiRtitn-the subject ot censure T. M. Ware sas he is delightid Spongier and fled to Jelleisonville where ed with pneumonia. ........ tion.il convention set nu illustrious ox' with the cash pyxtein of merchandising Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets ... r.mu.a n --.- mim 1. iiiiiin, ... i u.f 11. ampie Iu thl, w,y of procee.lit... with due and aillrniH he is in it to stay. His trade they were mariicd. A elect number of young, old iind and Verandah Work. Mlle'H little beautle,.. awoke the other ,,,,,,,, ; tho Wl.j(,htv alIllira of is growing rapidly. They are coming that he hM the guu.. middle ngd enjoyed themselves very (.0(1'll, , H niuhttoaiealiatiun if tl(lt l)0lU from tar and mnr. He will have out ... K c.uK w..rM case 01 wii.K, pamphlet of bills next week announcing Home still much at the residence of Mrs. Captain yw(I ,M lie pi0(lllct0ll of ai.dbx nuaiiH of nixmi mill dUionnected n The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. not t,L. lower price.. Look out for them and Moore, Monday evening. Cards- and pflfrt(, w,,y ts dancing were the enjoyed titterancescomniunicnteil to her father ,CJ!,H,ltorjl wl0 re t0 , K. Iimu,lilie. save yourself inonex. - - Ky. and at half pa- -t ten all. after bidding Officclnucl the dutriiiiK infoi .nation that al.e had wtVtl or m mooi ,w t0 A ear load of mule- - shippvd by J. lost her voice, when lone the hoite-- s and her fair daughter, Miss ho.ohwl t iirouK ,n holf ibn Um(i., Walker CiiveiiH from thin place, umiie Atipf. ivnnil nil. lit ti'nrit liiilnc. fAlin.r her that elit-" " Tllt. ImlMeu, rcl,(1 nt ciarr..il Col- - three weeks ago, were wrecked in North' Ti 1 "'"' "w Vk.1 BWI If nli. Wlllllll list . ..rv.ll.iuuK. nlurtmul ilium.; ........ mill got a ruvueh In.tii .in tlii! veil in - nl Him iilli wiih en ern Alabnin-- nnd soverhl killed outright .. quiellx till morning he'.l joyed by a large midiencc and .'the and th' remainder lwl!r crippled in vasopinlly in this; way b the. warrant and have an ollker nwovsrltfor nt miisii hitfhlv apprciHttd 1'rof. rious ways. The wounded one- - weie inga h. r. IvoifUir dcTveilly ranks as one pf the reloaded and sent oil to their destination children and young people with the CapU Fiauk Vliit'ri liiiinlnilt of abltrtt and inott Hiicrowifiil iiihtruutorrt In married people to keep all straight, tend but Mr. (.nveiis rvfusHil to roeeive any of alw a s lllllttllttkMl fit' triAfltl iit,.,Aln frii.lkjlw w .i-vto elevate soeieh and make nice win 1111 mil iivii9 llli. tin? eoiiutrv. and the proficiency of Ida tlieih. for tlikt hoartim-- t aiu young men in a community , but so few the pupil has been fully demonstrated at .itidible siitiln thnt bus puMed alout: the seem to realise the CHURCH AFFAIRS. ch of tlie entertainmeuta htihai given. t, in All of tlitt whole line mite Al Fiold'd lU On Monday we had the pleasure of good and perfrmauci wiri) H. C. MorrUon'H meeting nt tb cuptHiu oil j.m i IW etfort to pn wedding of Mr. the Winchester h.elh.id JO mid addition to atteinliiur the cn-tHome of tlicin admirable. a wptuttft-uarcling imuIpm and Mrs. C. A. Kedd, Jr. Kverythiiig iiiisu-- h profiM)r, MiriH s Lula llatson, May last rvort. hi. lio to, Mr. lteronl. We Imve tliat nionev ami skill eonld furnish vis Ibirn Mughr, Milhr, l(rv A. V. Sizemore will preach at prepared by the artistic hands of Mr- -. White'a reiiiiiiiiCfiicuH of Hide, Nellie JohiiKtou, Uobiuxou, school-hoiu, hunday afterKedd, Mrs. James Fish and Mr- -. Jnel reolutiiiiatx atinx service and know Majrgio TomlinMin, Alice Young, Olllo Nenl's Crvck . :t o'cliM-khe could identify the oU- with Marn, Mury Itic- and MuMrn. Homer noon at CiK)rand when w entered the dining that Itv. It C. KickettH, who had been room we were made to explaun, "ijuou which Ida Itoat wtu pushe.l oil" when HitMiu mid 0.(mr St.'plieiiH took part. Has many imitators, but no equal. Don't be deceived by something m preacher for no year- - in the iChri-tia- n wltii (i. V., hocHibi vulf.'-- ' the room hcini: dark SAID to be as liocroil the "CiM-Sound tho cliurch, diinl at Maysville, need 8T). good. .Buy the Oliver and you will have the best. I one inclement winter night, but don't hew gag! blow the ton jon ' ' We have ened m that the spaikling of tho crystal am the only agent here and extras bought elsewhere are bogus and icfu-e- d a Uv. Albert A. Fnlton tell u that he ia 72 years old! Tho 'Vet nueceeded in mirini: poor little Chili out furniture of tlie table shown liko dia will not give satisfaction. Prices Hilary in iSiltnuore to go ns reduced on both Plows and Repairs. repeated on had been rapidl 'em up" monds nnd the table was laden with l)Ool-- , and are feeling as proud as of her to China nt a tilat y of f"00. auy tcribe wher copy would iniignifx a hen with one chicken. No power uptropical fruits of all kind- - and beautiful n place of wor- cake- -. The large-- t the captainV 50 and.) enr almost a on tin- earth, however small, ahull in lo After part iking nf six tempting is the Church of St. ...I.. U...IU. '..... .1... .... n. " tun. )lare to tread npon the tail of our ship in courses the guefct- - adjourned to the pf r c..re.a.m ..I Peter, in Koine, which has a capacity lor nod in a short time Mr. and Mi. III IH'XV .iivvhiiwt wr numi ihm imj im- - 00M with impunity. We have chips on of 51,000 persons. fur a coiign-gatioper- Ktdd appeared in their wedding gar- -j iined to Hint nmougt-- l tlieHeuorl'a , and no uintter what our om hhoulder-The varion- - Young People's Socie- menu of 15 years ago and Mrs Kedd uoiiul- - that Capt.Totu iVaoockandChar-li- i Milors may do. whether they behave or tinlliighu aieonlv '- oai old, and misbehave; whether they keep in their ties of Christian limle.ivor will celebrate looked serenely hnppy in her orange - UFA MR IX- thatTjro Milliraiid Smalley Wherrilt place ai get out of their place, jf any one Christian Kndeavorday on February 'J, blossoms and bridal veil nnd her eleguit' conipmiieH and jointnl the lares call them to account it will be con- and as there are 18,500 societies, with wedding dress, while Mr. Kedd in his d have over I.IOO.O'K) members, this 11th elegant broadcloth, made Prince Albert-Ainix. sidered an atrront to our dignity that will be largely commemorated. lmvadopted J.Toin The French and his white kids made a tine looking repented. And now must be promptly Kev. W. K. Arnold asks 4or a full Hl.ickerbyV invention for the veriilen-tei- that bridegroom. One could readily see they attendance 01 the members of the Metho- were still enjoying their honeymoon. of hone-- t bar keeieia' daily report "Grim-vifSgwar hai smoothed In r dist church Sunday morning. Sunday Klder G. Livingston was present to wrirkled front, othales, and with Hildilion 01 a "nickel J. i to ee tliBt nuMhis tlniin will be "Our Meeting," otliciate and nfter congratulations were in the slot" machine '.and a few other all that rcmaina to be done woik Extend to the public their hearty thanks for the very liberal patronage complication-- , have an appaiatus w.hich Gen. Datus Coon and his brigade of at which time he will review the extended gayety itelf prevailed until for the past year and automatically serves the customer with coons flccuio proper recognition for their of the union services, which closed at hte in the evening We were peisiiad- Tuesday niiiht. whatever drink he wishes, hot or cold, valiant services when the honor of the tho l'resbyterinn church prendre couge" looking hack ed to "pour After three weeks' duration the witli a longing wish and hoping the receive only the correct coin, registers Nation is in peril. The proposition of Simpson and union icvival ineetinirs closed Tuesday bride and groom would live to celebiate the trauK.1ction.111d henceforth dispense- invitation of ' hiiud-om- o barmaid and expert IVeller to loan the mone of tho geneial night, with the their golden wedding. Among tlie cruel government to farmers upon the real es- - the Christian church. The weather has guests, numbering about 10. were Mr. Shall be exerted to maintain your confidence. the Which Our motto has been piuco they advantage aoim of Sherman's henchmen tato 8ecuril is under in the been unusually severe ever and Mrs. Will Henderson and Mrs. F. L. and shall be and K , boast of havim; taken of Foniker in Kentucky Legislature. If the govern- start"d at tho Methodist church Thompson, Mt. Vernon, and Mrs. theie being 60 much sickness in the Diiiion and on, ..f Manford. The other rdrowing a few hnvneed members, who ment is to go into the loan business, why wa- - thought be- -t Jtol close for had not madi up their minds tin ougli a1iouIi1 it- operations be confined to one county, it guest- - were near home. The pleasure have elnsa of citizens " Why not giye the me the present. The visible wa- - to the "ultima thule' and it was to the headipiarters ol the two candidate!-We will use this space in calling your attention to the many good additions, but Knowing tin w gentlemen aproniinent chanicfl, laboring men, uierchiuitB, doc been only about eight the regret of many that tdekness kept thitms we have in stock. ciiclcc al tors and even the poor editors and law- church member have boen drawn closer them away. Many beautiful and ueeful in church and Sunda-cho- ol 5?"Ve have a few Ladtes' and Children's Cloaks left, which we lepresentiitive-i- n yers a chance nt the public ciib'' True, together and the several denominations present1, were leceived to ever remind home as out have been brought to a better underCanada's Auieiicau colony, they weie the laud of the farmer is not liable to propose to sell regardless of cost. the couple of the occasion. introduced to Foraker land conducted burn up 01 iiinawav, while tins goods, standing of each other. Ten Kev. K. O. (..nerrant nays: Now that winter is upon us in earnest, we have prepared for it; our This true pictuieof Pat Kgan, the U.i , where they wares and merchandise of the into hi- - adjoining ago the 1'iesbyt urinii ehnich in S. Minister to Chili, - drawn by th j stock of UNDERWEAR is still complete and the best stock of Boots friaidly declined to help tliemselves to man might be lemoved or destroyed, but yeaia dead nor Loni-vilHe - the creatine, Post. anything wanted to drink, and without the principle that would justify favoring Kentucky was morbid neither shown jn StanforcL and g, alive. Since then, with n membership with possibly the connivance ot the nil-- j to be one class to bo consistent ouyht to apply accepting even a cigar, were The farmer is the only one who less than 10,000, this chinch has raised ministration, who has attempted to bring hurried to HoneM JoIiiih quarter, to all. expended over $100,000 ii evangelis on wai witn tin- - counirv ana where the found everything in niic cm raise everything for his sustenance nml work within its own borders in 10 "Kgan. but a low years nao, was a tic de.shape for a nocial prayer meeting and nml comfort, and is not in any wworgini.edsoine (55 no w church- fesaional Irish imtiiot, who handl without .111 intimation pendent, and while he is entitled to his yenis, has were dismissed (LAI K A L.KX A N PUR'S IlO fKt., . es, erccte about 50 new buildings, re- laigosum- - of the Irish League funds, that he too had plenty on tap in an ad- full share of the favors of the govern appropriatingthem.jrnLTnrnirr:,ljT legislation ought to be uniform ceived over 10,00;) members on confes- was charged with ,i mT?T AATH 1 rU"DnfWI?n joining room. Fully a half dozen of meut, r J U VJJJ.JJ X sion of faith, planted the Presbyterian disgui-e- d 2.XEJU himself, slipped from Ireland j that sanctimonious tpe are claimed to and without reference to tho neccr-sitieof any bpecial cla-inlnearlyl-'- counties where there i)0tueen two fiP( pil8g,.,i through church Day. have been in that manner deceived into wa- - none and increased the number of i,rnnc0 leached n German port nnd un voting for Phei man, when their prediCor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousI.ociA.s's Ciikkk. We are at last going gospel ministry from dei nu assumed inunecaine to this conn lections were for Foraker. Our republi to have a side track at Hayden and we candidates lor the LOUISVILLE, KY. :so. try to pose as a victim of Knglish tyrau- can neighbors are honeys when it conif s propose to boom the place even ns Mid- - .' to W. R. LOCAN, in reality lie was a fugitive to fertility ol evpedients in getting theie was boomed. Alex Traylor The town oCBeveily. W. Va., lo.st ny, when F10111 tho moment of his1 A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan. J. L. Marshall, Clerks. - from justice. "by hook 01 crook Kutbry .VM houses bv lire, including the courthas applied for tho arrival in Aineiica he coined to act as Tiltou Be.iz.loy will set up a furniture house, with itd valuable records. belonged to him by diit Mai ion Cornish, of Washington store. Sam and Tom Dudderar will Tho Court of Appeals has rever-e- d y inheritance. He vine right 01 at lounty, fell headforemost into a spring erect a hank sutlicient to hold the sur- the ruling of Judge Dellaven in thecas-- commenced at once 10 agitato and to nnd was diowued. He had epilepsy. plus money. By n little encouragement of Banker Schwartz., of Louisville. He bow. A conspirator from his cradle, In Jesbc Cook and Jim Popples would put was tried for obtaining money under A man named Bell has been work lost none of his disposition to inflame He advertised photo- up a soap factory and with .1 little assis- false preteu-e- e, but acquitted on peremp-toi- political passions and to live nn the pro-- ( ing Lexington will Tlie lUbtructioiH. graphs at hall price, collected a lot of tance Kd Gaines will establish a daily nnd ignorant patriot- have to stand trial on the coeds of innocent Herald. Your correspondent overheard Hioixfant money in advance and skipped. He retained all of the conceit and ISI11. .. ..1 ..ml.nl.lt. In. iiii'i.n ti.rm ill "a young lady of the Hubble neighbor" Kepresentitive Bivckinridge, ol i.:i. i.,i .i. ,,.t..ri,.,l ... illlitoov iiuilii mm ,.1..,,...v ... . Lie hood say in a conversation in speaking the penitentiary. has pioposed an amendment in previous career; and, fancying ho had a Knbeit C. Nuckols, late cashier of a of Louisville, that she hadn't been there the interest ot tarill reform to Itlio holy mission to ,novoke war between bauk. who Harrod-bur- g ol rule- - of the House, pioyiding since the "Torpedo" a few year- ago. Kugland, he did all in and wa- - found in C.ilifor-ni.- this country and that when an appropriation bill is under his power to excite American animosity for The coming visit of the specialist in Times to write- - to tho Geoigetow cousnlcralion nn amendment reducing hould be nn important say that any paper or per-chronic who here against a Iriendly nation nnd to irritate taxation may be ollered. Cantorla eurra Colic, Constipation, 'CtorlmUMwflllartltochiMrcntlit event to all sullirer- - from chronic after charges that his tlight was caused the country to which he had owed alleSour titotniu'h, Plurrhnn. Kniclation, Three citizens of Indianapolis were giance. I recomuifnit It a miiTior to any prescription . Tho doctor has ninny pa- by drink 01 theft, "by the power of Kills Woniu, given klwp, nnd promoted olII A. ARcncn, M. I)., before the Senate trouble-Vuonntorne" summoned to appear Henry Smith has been refused extients here and all speak highly 01 his truth, I ufltrm that; I will hold him indiWithout lujurloua iiieJIoAtion. Ill So. Oxford St., UrooVlyn, N. Y. Judiciary Committee at Washington on ability Yecutive clemency and the day of IiIb exskilled Consult vidually responsible forapeisonal Turn Ccyriun Compant, 77 Murray Street, M. the 'JVUh hist., to testify as to the charac- him nt the Myers Hou-- e next Tuesday. He claims that worry unsettled ecution fixed for March 2o. This makes ter of Judge Woods whom tho drove him on", ho knew three murderers under sentence of death trying to pievent being conA cable betweeu Florida ami the his mind and in Louisville. Bahama Islands was opened lost week. uot whither. firmed lT. S. Circuit Judge. i A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER . - j I j i v2 nil" I 'a'i "".- dic Joi'ii-NAi- fl ice-boa- t, , Drugs and 'Paints, Oils, b tatlOnerV. , . I Toilet Articles Glass, Books, ea-bc- s, nn fict-tabliabc- WiSLTCHES, CLOCKS & XEWEX.3Enr I 1 t I ck SINE & il.m-over- ( D3ALSES MENEFEE, slat 1 SEM DOORS MD BLmDS, r i I . "' - I , j ,,, m ,, -- ,,,,, wovEasr - wias astid M- - feetce. nmu-einen- , . ,.,, Yard Depot Street, Stanford, hihI -- . -- 11 ...... l- i "tKzrihe t al uliver tnillea rlow V , 1 iik-h- I vi.-i- ICf-v- . i 1 i 'J.-uui- i' e n I - j - , j),-00- 0 11 inifc--ionn- -- chri-tin- ... .,.,... 5- J. B. FOSTER. - tin-worl- j SEVERANCE & SON, - rai-p- nnni-versiii- y - n ed Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Carpets, &c. -- iiotwith-tandiiigt- he Promise Best Efforts i. Biin-'est- -- i I - The Best Goodsfor the Least Moiiev. , re-u- lts c b.ir-nom- bu-inc- ss J' - i- I le - 1 SiTHE WIliLAMB -- -- s s. v XUlJ ntiwAir Rates $2.50 Per iMJ nui nu uu. e, dle-bo- Manager. io post-ollic- j thi-coun- try lea-tb- e y Ken-tuc- k. nwrK.i.ii'i"'": - 11 , .- t new-cod- e my.-teiiou- Bh r l ,Ul -jjai 1 KaJI i, 11 Infants and Children. .v'i 4! di-ea- es -- ! m - ii. ft av a- -a phy-icia- u. lecan-tatlon- ." - demo-ciatsn- re -- - , vV l V J'k ' ,v i f ?5 't J f & fcfv i SA MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Chill ngrcfH to withdraw tho offensive Au. tho prominent members of Congress wero interviewed immediately after note Hcnt bv Scnor Mattn to all tho ChilA little pirl at Mr. V. J. Sparks'. hearing the president's message read, on ian ministers abroad, and acknowledges Mr. H. C. Gentry, who lately eime th-- ir views of it, an I this is what Col. that its isauanco was due to an error of Stanford, Ky., January 2!), 1892 V. C, P. Breckiniidgosaid. It was be- judgment. Chili also withdaaws its re- here from Ktiox county, has opened a On all Winter Goods blacksmith shop on Richmond street. replied to the ultimatum quest for 'ho withdrawal of U. S. Minisfore Chili had Mr. William Newcombe, who has aud it must bo confessed that he coter-o- ter Kgan. In addition to this, the Chil- been very sick, is better. Mr. J. L. Jop-liW. P. tho whole ground liko a blanket: "I ian government, in its answer, proposes has been quite low, htr is improvthink that the message is an ablo an that the affair of the attack on tho Bal- ing. Four of tho New year swear-ofiat ncuta document an excellent presenta- timore's sailors in Valparaiso be submit tion, by an admirable lawyer, of a caso ted to tho arbitration of some neutral this place are nobly holding out, while cost. hois orosecutingagiinst an adversary. nation. If this proposition is not accep- the other 'JO have returned to their old I hardly think it is a statesmanlike mes- - table to tho U. S. government, the Chil- ways. TiiKnn will bo no war with Chili, oven We have now in stock n good assortment of the Buchcr & Gibler's Mr. W. M. Starkey bought of K. T. though the administration has excited SJge to a great and freopiop'o about a ian government suggests that the matter Imperial Plows, THE Plow of the da v. Call and examine our Plows every eflbrt to stir up one. Almost be- question of war with a very small coun- he submitted to the decision of the Su- Fish and others, for Thomas Meehan, Louisville, the timber on f00 utiles for and get prices before you buy. fore the reitdins of his niessniio h:ul try, in the throes of civil war, attempt- preme Court of the United States. ing to throw ofT the yoko of a dictitnr It Is further said that if this country is $1,000. been completed Chili made ovety W. T. Merrell, night operator at possible and thus all of the blood and ra establish constitutional liberty, not satisfied Chili is ready to apologize Mr. especially where the cause of olleuso or do anything else that may be required Livingston, was here yesterday. and thunder btiRities, which was to George McCoy is hero from Grand Divmaladminis-trutio- ii grew out of tho belief, whether just or of her. make tlm people forjiet tho ers talking up his city. not, that our minister and navy had sidof nllairs and tlm rerkles". Gov. Drown has appointed Charles M . Mr. I). X. Williams has traded his struggle for libof the public money, went for nntmlit, ed against them in their of the commissioners of half interest in the hail grit quarry, near erty. I don't believe that we ought, to Meacham one except to those who wanted to profit by the Western Lunatic Asylum, another M. X. Latigfoiil, for 1100 acres it. There never appeared any j'00lcaue have war; but this opinion is provision- evidence of nnagosityand of good feeling Orlando, to of laud on Clear Creek. war with al, aud my judgment will depend upon for for this jjreat nation to j) to Nru stock of yoods consists ot tho newspaper fraternity. Mr. Samuel Alcorn bought of M. X. the South Ameiican pipmy. Had the n careful examination of the papers as L'ingford his home place and another NEWSY NOTES. president sent a decent man to represent sooiihs they are printed." farm on Doundstoue for $0,t"00. Mr. A. United States in that country in- the Four men weic killed in a quarry latel drew $7,000 back pension. Coi.. Jons It. Castlkman, chairman of Menu of an irresponsible creature ot the State Central Committee, says bo near Middlesboro by an explosion of dyThe Cincinnati train from Livings-todoubtful character, there would have will probably call tho committee togeth- namite. via. K. 0., ran around by Itonland, of hostilities even. never been any talk The girallo at the Cincinnati Zoo er about Mai ch 1 to fix the place and The whole trouble lies in the f.ict that time for holding a convention to -- end died of tubercolis. It was the largest in Wednesday, on account of a freight car Woodcmvarc, Tinware, &c. We intend handling the best qualibeing oft' the track in n tunnel near Kfran took side? in tho revolution for the delegates to tho natioml convention, captivity. ty of goods and propose selling them at a very Mullins Station. Jialuiaceda part v and attempted to leave There is shortly to bo a shaking up which meets in Chicago .hint 21. He Tim remarkable slownep.s si own by tho impression that this country was State convention will be fixed and reduction in U. S. storekeepers in those needing a cure for drunkenness party thinks the hacking him in it. The opposing Kentucky. in May, and there is an outside suggestin availing themselves of tho Kceley succeeded in overthrowing Bahnaceda Foster forecasts the fiercest storms of euro Js ion that it bo hold in Frankfort, agiiust rather strange. A number hero Tryjonr special brands of lard and roasted coffee. You can't and hiB government and it was but natbin which we earnestly protest. The mem- the winter to occur in the West on tho promised to take tho treatment provided ural that the congressionalists should better. of the Legislature would attempt to 2d of February. bers Pat Welsh came out all right. Pat is feel unkindly toward him, especially Vernon Clark bos been elcited city is cured, yet they hold back. run it an usual, beside the little city Bince his unbecoming acts after t ley under the hill can hardly accommodate treasurer of Frankfort to fill the place of -- Mr. W. I!. Spradlin, of Fountain came into power. Kgan may have been the crowd she has, much less the hosts Hugh Gaines, who recently absconded. Head, Teiin.. is visiting friends and relinstructed by his superiors to raise a that will gather from all parts of the At Hudson, Ohio, Evangelist L. P. atives here. Mrs. W. T. Drooks, of Parrow and it may be that ho was peieotwl-l- y State. Louisvillo is tho only place that HowkiudJConuregationalist, is holding a is, is with her sick father here. Mrs. G. interested in a Balmaceda government nearest to taking care of them meeting nnd(l"0 persons have been con I). Cook was up from LiviiiiMtou Tues can for it has developed that Minister Egan's and she is not capable of tho job. Gen. verted. day. Dr. Mctiuly, ol Paris, was lure eon is the Chilian agent of the AmeriGrand Duko Constantino, father of one day this Oastlctnan has takon time by the forewvk to see Mr. J. L. Jop-liConstruction Comptny, which has a can lock and already enctiged parlors and the (Jucen of Greece and uncle of the "Pap" and Will Mullins were up $7,500,000 claim nguintt the Chilian govrooms for tho Kentucky delegation, Cznr of Kuniiu, has slitifiled off his mor- from Livingston Monday, whrtitlic r XECKIYSCAK, COLLARS, ernment. A compromise wag about to which will number '20, and the boys who tal coil. "rode toe ioat." Mr. and Mrs J. D. be made by the Bulmnceda regime, but will accompany them. Milt Kendall, Jr., who esciped (!fs, ot were isiting Mr. .Jus. d the present government has not from the Georgetown jail with three Hanks familv dunni! the weik. Mr. J claim. the Tim Superior Court has overruled the brothers, has been captumed near his wiisupfioni Urodhead NVd- It now seems Rlmo3t certain that even petition of the Louisville Truth for a re- ol.l home. !"""" before the president had finished fulmi- hearing in a suit against it by W. D. It is.1 thought that an unknown nating his thunderbolt, which lie tired Keed, who was awarded $1,500 for libtti. steamer, with eveiy soul on board, was at Congre-- so sivagaly, he had already So it only remains now for our frieuds lost on the night of Jan. 19, oil" Capo ' lllnt: 'l".l'lfitil J rot Ihrniaia received a reply from Chili stating that Ben Itiduely and Iko Diukenpiil to C Ilrlm, ( hcrrhy nonfjr of wj mother. Mr Fini'stern. . Iaim Bhe was willing to nrbini', nim'ogiz'j or satisfy the judgment, all pciwiii tutting ati la which they can It is said that the vaiious cxprea t.fveiit the tame dutv nr a;iint at oc it n t rip Swimld do anything els" th ! S C HELM. A.lmr do whith little inconvenienco since companies Iihvo combined for the purH Mr. Breckinridge eviden'ly be- they are working a gold mine. The pose of crushing the Kxpre lieved this, for he ollVrd n resolution verdict against the-- e amiable ganth-m- en Brotherhood. requeating the pr sident lo state when is one of the wont travesties on A dispatch from Richmond says that To Buy a Store-Hous- e if at all. he had received a lvn'y from justice ue ever bcnnl ot. and Dwelleither of tliH boysjind .hunt Mattin had a to the' thin knows' what malice is antl the Chili and that he communicate shooting scrape in which Martin wrs House all the correspondence batweett Truth is nothinir if not good natured AND CAMtlt.N l siAXKOKJJ, KV. and a wounded in the ley 1' irMMur the prarHxtv lbn Dilute ru i.iLI. nd s.ic tho government of the United Sutes, in all things. We tondor t J them ami it tin-- J prU.c. C O Adjic. A PittshiiR! uewadealer bus been MEN'S, WOMSSN'S AIN'IJ CHlUMtKNVS its minister to Chili and the Chilian gov- our sincere condolence aud renow with WVlc'ilmrf, Kf. 91 ed " ami cosi.s for Sidlitip newspapers ss to ernment, not communicate distinguished consideration our oflVr to on Sundiy. This is ncconlhn: to the with the mesagj lWnr. rient in foot the bill, if perchance they may not PUBLIC SALK. laws of 1791. resolution, after eoiisiJ"rtble de- happen to have the chsnge about their Blue This A SMALL nOYLECOU.M'V FARM The people of Mississippi, through bate, was referred to the committeo on breeches pockets. H ao lai, at tho I'gislaturo, have formally invited al On Fchmte nj 1 armtooto'clock a w. miIm mror (Mat pablic Foreign A flairs, which should be made to ft ar K Djnvilk. on the Stan font (.r. T1m law! H mi IIox. A. J. CvtutOLi., they ued to cn'l Kx President Cloveltind to visit Jaokson ui sute at CHltivalmn; moJuratelr a.:t promptly on it or be fore id bcfor. tho auA wilt make a cwchJ biur. SaWMitlc. 1C7r"0"0-vr,1C5irrtrs- . House. Harrison is evidently playing, him Tonny Carroll, when ho was city on his return North. o V T. W'AKU. 9i a.ha. j..jaci-vt- . PhysieiutiH have examined William tK d a worth e litor of the Louisville Times, bus his hand in the matter for nil it IrLOCUS I l.ROVf." Jd a bill which Kkti to regulate Puckett, sentenced to In hanged at if Mr. IJrcckituidg.t'g ilemocruiu vine, Feb. "), and timl nothing in his 'dm, the president primary elections throughout the Ftatf . friends will etui I to 'J.' O justify a r prieve. will be made to show up. Tho whole Too voting in them ia to bo by ballot The Kckstein Norton Colored Uni HOR SAI.F. n business mciiis tainted with a dciro for mid all the pains pud penalties iog to fraudulent an! irregular voting versity, in Bullitt county, caught lire The fint Farm anil richest anil in I.inr Jn co. , advan'a, rathtT thin for the n 4)oacr al giod of the country at lirg and when in regular elections are to apply to tl o from a defective thm ami was totally conpiiilni; two mile ot Suntotil, the l.jtid, v futl within fount gutted. The loss is SS.OOO; fully insured. of Lincoln. Fronted liy tht Shelby City tun pike PLAt I'K IN- Notice of such elections all tho whys and wherefores are brought primaries. anil to Congressman Wilson bus asknl for and ai.ctM.iblc onethe Slinfortl Slock Dannllo lutti- before the public we are eonll lent that h'ihII Im niven at least 40 days in advance i Farria in the flip. I'hit region nf tho bet in a ot cu'll and tbi expanse of hohhngjthom a very hug j 8ivuid.il will In diuju-dto incroased facilities for the Somerset ration Ahundanceanil i water high ttate purrwi e lor all the busiiusof which has ho Soil is frr'ile and u u( for the griming of ttntatile be paid bv tho partv for whom thev are ivheat. The land i v hen p lo. Tiik Owensboro Misseng.r thinks that ,,,,, In'citi rf.'nh registration must isieatly increased, ami they will tie grant- - located tobathat corn amitie diluted and o it can tsuhnc AND PKO.HPTLY DONE. ought to be held in ,m.ct.(!e the rght to vote. Mr. Carro.l o, tho Press Association Ihc luiuiovc.neiiUarc a larce atut artai made coinniodlmi Anentire block of buildings in ilivtllin' a convenient Mnck harn May this year, an account of the several Jms seen enough of tho fraud and . etc For Inlar-of Wt of "All work warranted. Iune Watches a Specialty. O., running from Kich to Wal- Ac Ik.theatinl) lo fruit li all kind, Ks, Stanford. II. Jt)N ma n, conventions tha. will bo held ca)i,v j,lclIw,j ln primaris to know-i" J l IOVKS. nut and from High to Walnut, burned, 84. am IwlH take old ;oM or silver iti exchange for Roods O V KILK , FinevilkJune, and adds that it would be that heroic lemedies aivnece.Mrv t. causing a lots of lutlf a million of dol nice anyway to eat strawberries cunj tjjejr j,ritv luif. s 11. during tho and cream in the Mis-Lillie Johnson, who was with of May. Kor our part ro Tin: New York Herald siys that Semi Miss Alice Mitchell, at Memphis, when merry month AGENT. wish that the time of meeting would be tjr Hill will have a solid delegation to the latter cut Miss Freda Waitl'H throat, REAL permanently fixed for May. Our school the (Jbiiwgo convention from that State, has been arrc.-teThey occupy the Ky. commencements nearly tin occur in June u it tin- tieraui uocsn t always Know as sime cell. and as that is ipiite an important event UMeh as it thinks it doe. It is alto staBerry Turner, n notorious character haveiutc a number of r AKMS foraa'i.ot the K verv IiilMiii I.iiiciHn idMMly. rs in the avenigB country town, tho rural t1 b the Hill orgin that Mr. ami fugitive from justice, shot and killed kw Karni. are all well improved and Hood liko to be present, and viine are laud has fully dcuided not to permit his Maumd Partem in tJul! county a rich land, runtiins ill ie from 50 M 51m Ai.rr Is Receivine: His locali'y, nchne.b ami fer prevented from attending the a.ocia- - mine to he used in connection with the lays ago. TuriiHr Iihs killed ttiiee men ConiHlrrniK tht ciHiveiiieicitheirlurnpik and rail ( the of lililv ut our iitr, ney r mm i tion on account of th ennihet of d Ue.s. presidential nomination, all of which a 1)11.' reiMUil is Ollt for tits eilptur. aPe.he ,trnniiR nirci rii;"1 ..y other tountrin tl, ,n the Land of : .should lx taken with a considerable ncrt it naiieiy a farm in the coun. . Inta fillen 111 tins the Mad A heavy r.iin s ty oer oil'ei fr m a .If ot Tiikiie is no class ol our ,..j intjlv 0f mit. chciked with turnpikes r inning " Ihc count) drouth etiifkeu district of norlheiii fonder of seeing their names in who are I'hrre u not J public rcwrt en irttfttry direction Goods Warranted ,vd .1 l'orkct Fit Guaranteed. Gic mc call. Mexico, the lirst in four yeiiM. It is es- tfrinfr the not teat that print, when they tan get it done for, Ma. Sam M. CJainks announces the We have the Knoxville branch ol tfl- - I. A N It timated that 300,000 bushels of corn will R, ill vl Jmy the county from Hunt to Writ and the nothing, than our friends, the doctors, suspension of his Maysvillo Common. R R from '!. It has not proved a paying ven- - be rtpiiifd to feed the nuH'crnix until a C. S. tint Itiddcn toNorth to south; the KtheC. RK O All newspaper men know that, and yutj Cincinnati, crotiiiu C iroin at Winchenter. eimj; full ucccv to the market. ol to dint: to tho tuio, though its editorial pigd wes as crop can 00 xrown. the nrofession continues wn have threa largo tho whole wcrld. Deputy Sherifl Thompfioii, of obsolete idea that it is unethical to ad bright as n new (pin. Mr. Uuines. will Flour Mill in the county thitRiveiiH a market ; and the develop county, Tcnn., whs shot and in- far all our Kratn rifiht at vertiso. This idea has just lieen carried likely go to Lexington and edit tho new 7 1, meni 01 ine iiioiiiiihiii regions oi r.aticin anu Stailtly killed by Olie ot two Southeastern Kentuiky b. n.ilroadand theotit- to an extreme in St. LouiB, by th, ex- deniniT.itic daily, which Lis long been hontli by railroads ha created uch a demiiid STANFORD, KY., Itl pelling of Dr. Buir from the faculty of a talked of, but go where he may his rhiovnu lio ivns tilirmiil)" 10 upiu t. TIlB f()ra klI1(i,'rr e.H.,nd cmvrnilcr that wecan cnoiiRh lor honieconmtinpiion. laro medical college there becauso he brethien of the quill will always hive a mtn wore taken nild lynchers Uere lliak- - tciircely retainarc no (icopie rwii miiu Kinu, pru)icrou, introduced a graduate of tho school who w thoiiie for him. threats aaiut them at last ac ht'ltevins in Chri.tianity and jjn. io ediicittinii. 'Ihrre adopted' means other than that laid li not a neiKhUorhood in the county hut luk a counts. down ia the co le 01 rthi.'s to adve recoil church and Gov. liuun.N' does nut pardon men Stanford, the county eat of I.imolii in a pro- hiuim-H- . This may bo said to be carry- who THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. commit crimes wilfully, even if they perotiv little city (it about 2,500 itihah.tantt lid u ing a joka a little too far. thi cm it duorway from the N'nrtlt and Northare "good fellovvb" and election 6trikern. in the east South and from the Nnrthwixt 10 Southeast, Of Staple and Fancy A bill hns been introduced and standing m it doe gaiiii right Into the bosIIo has been importuned and petitioned Senate to prohibit the collections of tolls om of the undeveloped inouuUtn of Southcaclern A Montana postmaster has been Kentucky backed up by the whole Win1 (iiu to pay a tine of J300 and to a to romit the lines of the Lexington on turnpikes anil bride's on Sundays. region oi the State with railroad running tlirouch rriachinj; thourvKate 12,500, year'tilpeuiil servitude for opening a letmen, 'Hi., wsinr liM'isbilivu Oinilllt e. scut it to all onint of the coniuas. makes it liaturallv South for located towiu in ter addressed t anuthor. In Bcntencinj; but it is no jjo. The pool rooms have to Kddyville to leport on the proposed one of the bestand other enterprises the m.ii'mtudc. mannfacturei of him the judge was peculiarly severe in shut up and their will have plan to tiMiibform the branch prison there Water Works ate no being agitated and right Glassware, Qutcnswarc and nf a mile Woodcmvarc. Nice line of Library and uboue the town abouti speaking of tho criinoaud of the person to put up or tfo to jail. could be erected Water into a House of Ueforin, has decided there cost that sould Mipply a Worlt with fry Stand Lamps and also nice Tea Sets, Dinner Sots and Chamber little city of 150,000 inwho would bf guilty of it, ami said if it scheme. ith the purest and best water in the habitant Tiik dark and bloody ground Inri one against the Sets. We keep the best California Goods intlic market. been Our little city h were in his power he would make thu Dr. Woods should not crack chest- - world. few vearnand its bm!nrsnewly rabiiilt in homesard res. the last redeeming county at least Johnson much greater than it is, since no penalty nutr. on the floor of the House, lest ev- idences will compare with larger cities ut Greater tradesmen are pretentions nian'a private airaits or woman's either and its name should bo written in letters ery member rise at once to a questi n of all prosperous Our merchants aud Wc have two aud doitiu isell would be wife from these miserable Paul of Kold and pictures of silver. She has banns with a capital stock ol $400,000 that arc Thero is a suxpicion abroad and in a irjB, who, either through curiosity or not had a murder in 10 years. In that privilege.Legislature itself is a 'chestnut prosperous iplerdtd good condition liae a Kctinlu We have choot. We moanneus or both, break open ami limn our own fair county of Lincoln has that the ianute College, a large brick building, with oser 100 pit they are sworn to handle had over 100, murders nearly is becoming stale before it has read letters pilf ill attendance and under the principalthip ol all, but that Prof. J M Hubbard, it in a flourishing Times. with dispatch and safety. We also have a Seminary that is a gcod they have generally been given as sim- ripe, Louisville fcj. Xu. Cor. LUi Ac Vmo, It Tho Lcuislature is not entitled to school, with I'rof bent V lllalem.in at its head We Cinoirwuitl, O. ple homicides. 1'ublic School l)uildini; in havcone of the the face of all the facts in the case, In any credit for its ingenious attempts to this .cctlonof the State, with over too puptls in Book-keepin- g, Short-Han- d, good private Type-Writiand President Harrison's attempt to boom Mb. Ginao.s Tavlok, wlio for two dodge the new constitution. The now attendance, schoolwith other are excellent schools, facilities you sec our exhitMclffor a renominattou lit the years has made the editorial columns of constitution ei presses the will of the We have elegant church bullnings, representing full Business Practice. Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, pense of this country mid poor Chili, falls the Winchester Sun shine, resplendent, people, and, us good democrats, the every denomination, with adoing corps ot minister a better business of fias claM talent and are all the ways that are has retired to devote himself more close- members nujiht to bow to the will of the than auy class of men in the city. fery flat. When Penmanship and all Business Branches. I as expos--resort to without tried to make this statement at facts, people immediately tricks exaggeration coloring, lrk Mid mxttw.that are vain arewill re- - ly to his profession tho law. Mr. Fred technicalities to enjoyand not little time who baseanvwill bear no out,orand those who tbosn KstakllshMl 1862. Large anil nourishing. Twelve Instructor.. Up with the tlmee. for a Brer. Harrison know wish Ihlu thoroughly for XluslnesH Pursuit!. in the IUm tho confidence of the BusiDMe Cbnmuislly. prices to buy that he apx?arg Broadhurst will assume charge and if he longer advantages and perquisites which amonglapleasant homes at lair the best and locate me " k ? .. J1" ar muu good people with all eie surroundpaper up tp ils former high the people do not intend them to have. . u Uwa in me oiiy ai iow sgurtHi. employmtnt. The chercMDoes! the reasonable. 7JMerre fro tl court? Kt kunv m ana Night HeMlnaa. ings, wo it Id do well to call aud see me before pur fromlMxt. Jnveitfgatlon kollolted. Head for ctKmw, C( ' - - tMionlf hating- olscwlicri. rit eoogratluation. Comnmcial. Louisville McGCE, P wall m to ki Semi-Weekly Interior Journal GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICES WALTON. d u 1 SIX Ladies' DressGoods.gMen's, Boys' and Children s Suits, at first : PAGES. s Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Ladies' Cloaks at con-cessi- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. w:i-t- M'KINNEY BROS.' ., M-e- n Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, n. OYE RC0ATS cuffs, lvi:s, lat-te- llro-llit'.u- l, reeog-n!ze- j i 1 Heavj7 Underwear, Dress Shirts, - tie-min- d. v-- TBTAKTTED inj?-House Bt - HEAVY OOTS. ytt r rrrg Xi.Xsry ;-- 1 Con-ure- 1 lprd, FINE SHOE S. AO pit-un- '' t eon-lition'- t CIS FABM siliia-to- I attach-pirtisa- Hlne-l.rj- ROBT. FENZEL j . j post-otlio- WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY I REPAIRING NEATLY ! n - IJlu.o-yr.is- i t. ursix, d. - ESTATE Stanford, 1 I 1 Cleve-rooste- I bi ' fi-- , 1 fellow-citien- . 1 ll and w iter Oooci 1 eil i I . Chr-bnni- - lion-.c- ...' FA RRIS & HARDIN. . 1 ti-i- school-hout- e. I -- Have : a : Complete :Line Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, hcii-tenc- nool-roo- m 1 thrio-fouith- n d mtt conJi-tio- n. ng, Telegraphy, -- a f- kP ""'' ,.m Mri0 iy -- i 1, e fl Semi-Weekly Interior Journal 2i), Listen to this Tale of Woe. A merchant bci.t on eeonomiiing A MILLIONAIRE'8 POULTRY. for m s, lt, Decided to shut ofT his advertising, II Stanfokd, Ky., Januaky 1892 W. P. WALTON. SIS A : PAGES. IV. Ill business, unheard of, went tteadlly down And now thcre'sone merchant lmi in town V. "It costs me ten thousand a year," he aiJ, "And I'll come out juit that much ahead "' III. lilt "ad " appeared In the paper no more, Hiit ruitomert went tothe "advertied store.' I HE KNEW HER. ASSIONKK'SSALE Happy Homes. . woman may do hor lovol bent to makes happy homo for her husband HOilchllilraa, hJtlftlu N treito.l h ft slave and only given her board and clothlwj In p.tymunHor Iter mrvirns uh mother, wife, cook, laundreM, nnrso utirl, rliainbermnitl and Hoamstress, is It any wonder that littli or no happlneefl exist In thnt homo? If a mother spoils hor son by pamptr!nK and wiilting on him all tlie yvu-- s of his child hold and boylioo I. and mikini? him think that a imn should always he waited tti by a woman of bis hoimhol I, In It Htrtunjo that he expats a wife to do tin name and thnt, in all likelihood, h1i e wears out in a few years from nut-I- t else becomes bitter and disheart or enetl. Tliero ate very many roisons why a homo may not be a happy one land the happinefH found therein depends fully as much on the huslnnd as it does on the wife. We are often told thiit in evd ery true and ideal tmirriairo both anil wife must learn to bear and In every ho ne where' happi forbi'.ir. tU's exists there munt be perfect trust, conddonco and love between husband and wife. There are two titids of in the world and both unite the one that is caused by the sun's shining outdoors and the other by in shiuitiK in our hearts. Happy homes abound in the heart Minshiue and whether it shine without or not there, is niuiht but brightness within d wm It is tin lovinu deeds, thoheery hopeful wonls and the kindly thounhtfulnem that each member of the (.miily h'io i toward the others that makes an ideal happy home -- a perfect heaven on earth. How man of us do our shire in mikinc such n home Hint shall be a haven of rest to all who may eomo within it inlluenee" kt-vicInn-bansun-h'lint nee-esw- Woman's Love. HooertG. pujs the following tr buto to woman's love: Tho one thing In this world that is constant, tho one peak that rises above Ing-o-so- nil clouds, tho one wimloA' in which light forever burns, the one star that darkness cannot ijuench is woman's love. It arises to the greatest heights, it Rinks to tho lowest depths, it f rgive the most cruel injuries. It is perrenniul of life, s and grows in every clime; neither nor neglect, harshness nor cruelty can extinguish it. A woman's love is the perfume of the heart. This is the real love that subdues tho earth; the love that has wrought all miracles in art, Hint gives us music all the way from the cradle song to the grand, symphony that wings of bears the soul away on lire. A love that is greater than power, sweeter than life and stronger than cold-nep- death. The Hairless Horse. y This is a horse absolutely thstitut i of hair. Neither neck nor tail norauy part of the body shows the least hirsute growth. The texture of the skin is silky and smooth; the color is almost a full black. The animal is of rather heav type, and with ids delicate surf ice does not produce any uuple.isiut impression There aro said to be two such hors"s Known to exist in this country. One of them was foald in the We t; the other is credited to Australia. The skin ol theseanimals is afiected curiously, the perspiratary function seeming'to bo absent. The hot-- does not swiat when exercised, and tli" mouth or nose seems to provide the escape for wiial would otherwise be true skin perspiration. Kugland's doors aro now no finely balanced that the clerk, by pressing knob under his desk, can close the outr doors instantly and they cannot be opened again except by special process. This is dene to prevt nt Win during siul ingenious unemployed of the great metropolis from robbing the famous institution. The bullion depart ments in this and other great Keglish banking establishments are nightly submerged in several of water by the In home of action ol the machinery the Iondon banks the bullion tlpnt-ment- s are connected withjthe nmiisgei's sleeping rooms and an entiauce cannot be ehected without setting oil an alarm near tho person's head. If a dishorn ft oliicial during day or night, should take even as much hs one from a pile of a thousand sovereigns, the w hole pile would instantly sink and a pool of water take its place, besides letting eery person in the establishment know of the thclt. Manchester Giiiir.linn The Hank of Typesetting by Telephone. The man foment of the Ion Ion Times hat utiltKd the t 'leph me in a uniipie w ty IVIt'p'i ine wir's hate been laid in the under"'ound railway tunnel be tween the eompxini: room in Printing lloimtSiiimro and the l'.irliamentan reporter's tilery in the House of Commons. A copy reader placed nt the telephone re ids the stenographic "turns" from the note book as f tht as it Is possible for the compositor to take them on their types 'ttitu' mtchiues in the Times buililinK, a mile and a half away. At lirxt the reporters ilid not t.ike kindly to t'le innovitton, but when tliei found thnt they could dictate their notes direct to the composing room without the trouble of transcribing them they began to look Ht the arrangement in an entirely different light. Proofs, of course, are suit to them for correction. Kich machine cm prxluce from live to six colThe umns o( solid minion a night Tim" is able to print in time for the ft a. m. newspaper train going to all points of tht United Kingdom the whole of the debates, which are often continued until after 3 a. m. heart-breakin- I).sim.k. the drug firm of Logan A Kitsllaud has dissolved. 1.. S. IOgau will continue the business and It. W. 1istland will go to New York to enter business. Win Smith, who killed Robert Saunders in Madison county in 1878, and who after a dozen years' exile sur- Whnt War Means to Some. rendered himself to the chief of police g partings of Cincinnati, who received word that It means, first, from loved ones that are leaving for the the indictment had been filed away, front. It means dreadful hours of lone- was accordingly released I and some liness anil anxiety for those who are left time ago w'ent to Danville to work. behind. It means dnys and weeks and Sinn of the murdered man swore out a months of dreary waiting, of dreadful warrant and lie was arrested Mouthy It means unspeakable ,,ud taken to Madison. Xeurlv all the apprehension. sold torture at the news of every battle lest wituesses ate dead. Lon G. of Pleasant Hill, the next dispatch bring intelligence that to Hranuocki the idol of the hojsehold is dead on the Mo., two jacks for Sl.OOJ. Advocate. field of battle. It means for tho soldier The room occupied by Count sickness and death in malarious swamps, of Belgium, who was beheaded toil and privations on tho march, wound in lotW,- - and which for 'Mo years had or death upon the field, captivity, perbeen kept as he left it, has been deployhaps, and brutal treatment by the eneed by fire. The count is far fiom being my, ami all the long caUloguo of tho ills as well known in this country at the .that fall to the lot of the soldier. All men are willing to horse that bears Ins last name. things t, brave these have been established in endure or to risk for the sake of their Kentucky as follows: Duck Uuii, Whitcountry, but they do not expect their country to demand tint sacrifice of them, ley county, Leonard S. Martin, postmaster, Moberly, Mndisou county, John except in case of absolute necessity. S. Moberly, postmaster. Courier-JournaI'ost-ofllcl. t Act H Acted. "Greg, are you awaker calls a tumbled heap of femininity upon the hearth rug. "I Bra." And a wreathe of cigarette moke floats above a masculine head lying comfortable amid a heap of couch cushions. Tvo just run across these old letters eggs. Tho incubators aro of tho latest In my desk. I'm going to read 'em those formerly used by Mr. Ileidt-man- n aloud I" having been discarded. Every ut your mercy." "I'm "I'll poko up tho fire first. I want possible care is used to make tho mamoro light. Sol Just listen to this now: chines successful. Mr. Heidtmann has "Mr Own Di.aiii.st Oiaooav For the last added a number of dovices of his own to tlmo write n thus. Vu. It mint Induct bo guard ugnuut failure. The safeko. It Iioa nil M'cu it lmiiy, (oulNli dream, but ty valves nro delicately poised to reguI relvnsu joil fro.n now It mint etui ToUny jour einjiiO'iiH'riL A iiiarrlairo bclwicn in late tho heat in tho incubators, which must not bo more than 103 dogs, nor less would lu most ridiculous. Wo are both no vcrj tile a ounB too ik to (let unci I j hiinrtnut Is than 101 degs. Tho samo system of heatam suro slit. matter. Maiiuiiu snytt ro, ing by hot water pipes is used in them, rlRht. Wo havn had a lone tulk. joureiilnr) liax rotcl Itcelf toohinall for one the heat for tho boiler coming from a Now, ileiir friend, do nothing rash. .Men do large, common lamp. In order to o not die of lot i Your life l not jour own, no against unforeseen occurrences an no experiment with Intiiliuium. Do not comii tn ce inc. M) mind Is fully made tip. I shall alarm Iwll is uttached to tho heating pipe. Delicate rods act on an electric moro of th' trntel with dear mamma and Croat world II n hato hitherto known. No bell, which rings in tho building during wrlto muii ru letter and tell mo that I am tho day and in Mr. Hcidtmann's house a very ienslliio girl. Ho bravo no nonsense. And that I inn oter our iletoted ut night. The brooders are arranged so that tho frlond. Avis." "That was a letter to read on nn empty newly hatched chickens go into the one occupied by those described. As tliey stomach!" grow older and btronger they aro moved "Did you receive it beforo dinner? might have known you did by your hate- along until they nro big enough to shift for themselves, when they fall victims ful answer. Here it is: "Mr Dkah Avis You nro Indeed a pemlble to Mr. Vanderbilt's liking for tender Klrl, and I am roud of my little friend's Judgbroilers. The teniperaturo in tho first ment. You tjsweru a trump. My mind Is y our decision. I havo often brooder is kept at about b8 degs., and it much relluw ttiuti(;Lt thnt rhupt tto woroa trlllu foolish, descends gradually in tho others. Tlie don't Jon know I didn't like tosay o mjrelf, heat is supplied by hot water pipes, ihoiieli. You "III pinion the brief character which run above the heads of tho chickof thii note when tell ou Hint Tom Wajland ens. In somo brooders tho heat comes Ik nuultln:; im. Wo are duo at tho club. Uy the tin). Unit rejKirt In regard to his Mitcr'a from Ixslow, but Mr. Heidtmnnn says vliKKgement ifi false. Shu told mo mi her .f that it weakens tho chickens' legs and thi nlturtiooii And now, good by, lillle kitten keeps them smnll. Behapti) of course ou will It Is tho warm "In order to givo the flesh flavor and w lh of your friend. Gin ooitv. "P. S.- - ItegRrd to our mother. Appreciate firmness," ho said, "chickens must bo her ou nay not hate her nhwis." brought up quickly. If thoy are not Silence. well fed and nourished they will grow "What n villain jou were!" A sigh. slowly and lwcomo tough." A chuckle from amid the cigaretto Back of each brooder is nn exact copy smoke. of the sun parlor in use nt winter resort "What fools gills in el" hotels. Tho parlor is small, mndo of "'Tisensy to forgive them for it as glass and ii on, and the floor is strown long as tliey'ro pretty. Go on. Read with coarser sand than that in tho your iinwer." She rends: brooders. Thero aro half as many par"Mil- - I lme heard bofuro of tho transient lors as brooders. Beyond these are still nature ! a mati'M lote. hut allow me lonxturo larger sun parlors of tho samo kind, ) on that hate found ) ours more ephemeral with ordinary sand and pebbles ou the than mi) jitun rotord" (IuterHil.itcd chuckle from tho corner floor. Still farther back aro open yards feet in depth. On warm of the rtKim, and rigorous resjonso of seventy-fiv"beastl" from hearth rug.) Resumes days tho strong young chickens nro out cither in tho sun parlors or the open letter: "An for Mls Wa)lnnd am glad wnntlxHly yards. Somo of tho bigger chicks in tho finds hi mm li to admire about her. Tho xor last brooders wero running ulxmt their thing never had no) ntlontlou bufure. I hope parlors on tho day of visitation. There jou urn) both Ih: happ)." are cooler brooders in tho feodroom, Voice from cushions Sho was n but they aro not in uo now. Tho doors ' beauty. in the brooders leading to tho sun par Voico from hearth rug She was hor-- lors aro controlled by cords. Every pro ridl Gi eat, big, vulgar thing! caution is observed to avoid frightening "Go on!" tho chickens. "Hum! Wlicre was I? Oh. here." Workmen are busy constructing a Reails: brick cottage, in which Mr. Heidtmnnn ' "An for my mother, sho Inherits hcrjitorldtl- - will live. On tho this cothato And tie. gixxlb) --not spokon to her today. forgut tage diedgers nto other side ofcanal for making a now, what a nordl May )otl tho ruin )ou havo wrought In a oung girl's tho white ducks that Mr. Vnnderbilt hiartl I shall pray for )ounIu)8. .May death will raise. The dredgers have been at soon claim Avis." work for three years, for the canal is "What a bnito you were!" long, reaching to tho bay. A circular tl otto bnito. I think." "A re duck pond has been built. Mr. Vnnder"It was a trick!" bilt prefers tho White Pekings, Mr. "It was and it succeeded." Seattlo Hcidtmami said, although ho now has Souudiugx. some Roueus. "We now have about forty ducks," ho An Kniperor Pout. said, "and about 700 chickens. By next A poet stow! waiting every day for Augustus on tho thrcbhold of his palace season wo will havo from 1,200 to 1,500 nnd recited to bun lines of poetry. Ho chickens. Mr. Vnnderbilt says ho never hoped for nomu t enumeration, but tho ato as good broilers as tboso we raise here. Monte Carlo is famous for good reward never came. Ono day tho wishing to divert himself at tho eating, but ho. say oven thero tho chickpoet's expenso nnd enjoy his embar- ens don't havo flavor liko ours." Now rassment, meeting him on tho nccus-- York Sun. tomed Kot, recited to him somo verses ' I.I to Stock Points. of Ins own composing. Tho poet lis-Comparing the eastern horbo with tho tened with tho greatest composuro to bronchoof tho wild west a correspondent Augustus nght on to the end. Then of Tho Sto k Growers' Journal writes: taking a few coins from his pocket ho "Our Montana broncho enjoys it when gave them to him, saying: ho sees snow on his back; ho runs nnd "The gift offer you is not adequate plays, mane nnd tail erect, whilo tho to your merit, hut I am a 'poor man nnd eastern horo btanda nil humped up and cannot give you any more." chilled most to death." Augustus, surprised at tho smart and Tho village blacksmith may bo a jxot-iccutting reply, ordered tho sum of a bun-- ' creature, as Longfellow found him, dred thousand sesterces to bo given to but in nine cases out of ten ho knows no tho poet. Motto per Rulere. moro about the truo way of shoeing n horse tlinn a hypocrito knows of tho An Unheard-o- f Thing. road to heaven. Most of tho diseases tliat affect horses' feet havo come from bad shoeing. Let your horses in tho country run barefoot I a good part of tho year. .Man would ' , never havo had corns if ho had novor worn slides. If ho could go barefoot uow through tho summer his corns B tM would disappear. As with men, so with .jya-- ' And Whan tlie Tlnia Cftsaa pat-torn, Vanderbllt's Table. In the first yard were a lot of Eou-iana French breed liked by Mr. although Mr. Heidtmnnn docs not think so much of them. They are very handsome and graceful, havo largo black and white spots on their feathers, and big topknots, colored similarly. In th next yard wcro brown Leghorns, beyond those white Leghorns and in the fourth yard Plymouth Rocks. Adjoining th feodroom Is the incubating room, th most interesting of all. This room contains double and two single incubators, having a united capacity of 1,800 Van-derbi- the Business of liaising Tlrollers Liver Complaint, Dyipeptia, .Melt Headache, Indigestion, Constipation or Costiteness we can not cure with West's Vegetable Liter IMIs, when the directions are strictly compiled with. They are purely vtRctable and never fail to give satisfaction. Sugar coated. Large boxes, containing 30 pills, 5c llrware of counterfeits and unititions. I he genuine manufactured only by 1 he John C West Co., Chicago, III For sale by A K I'en r ny. We will pay the above reward $500 REWARD. case of for sny If QUouuvnit Kiwahaiti TO.,, Cwaw'KrTi&t HICAGQ, And known to fail $1 per box, 6 lor $5; sent by mail. Why suffer Irom this terrible disease when a written guarantee Is positively give" with6boxe, to refund the money if not cured Send stamp for Iree sample Guarimee tssuid by A It. 1'enny, Druggist and sole atnt, Stanford, Ky, Call for tainpl 97 tyr treatment, consisting of suppositories, Ointment In Captules, also in lax and pill., a positive cure for l.xieri al Internal, lllind or Illeeding, llchtng, ChroMC, Recent or II leditary Piles Tins remedy has never been A new and Complete CURE pA&8 wjbjst And tmM. a specific $&" (&C,'AIM' I Pullman Vestibuled liuffet Sleepers and Pull man BufTet Chair Cars on all trains through to Chicago without chauge. 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Madr BROTHERS, HARPER Address and sold by New York. $6-r J. B.HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky raj 5 30 p n. 54 a m 0 37 p m 00 a m6 45 p u 1 mj V:-- ? mj is --41 p m 60s 1 , p m 6 55 p m. 7 45 7 3 00 p m'7 00 a 37 p m 7 53 4 01 p mi 9 73 a a a 7 00 a 7 50 a in - T m c S --! ' ' 1802. . Harper's Weelj ly . ILLTJSTEATED. p it a m a jn a m 3 45 p n am am a 4 as, HERPER'S PERIODICALS. HMs1 wmm siivr ifL WfcJ i 1, a '" ..' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Wanted an Explanation. ALASKA'S ap- JtKAKft. Just where ho came from didn't w n, solitary he was from the brick woods Jlsa Croker lived far In tho wood, plaoe. Stanford, '.Ky., January 21), 1892 J a token thatpretty well back, and, as he of a county Where the bushe grow, like whisker, on his nnnuorcd fnco; went into a family grocery on Jetlerson And the blank bear was hts brother, find the attracted sufficient attention avenue he catamount hi cliuin. B.o. come forward and s. o And Jim he lived and waited for the million for Urn liot-.sti yet to come. what he wanted Jim Croker made nclearlns and he nowcd iv whisky?" ho asked. "Got any com down to wheat. "We don't keep it," replied the pro- And be fllUd his lawn with cabbage and he planted It with beets prietor. And It MomoumkI with potntoeMsnd with peach "Ner rye?" and pear and plum. Facts About China. And Jim he lived and waited for the millions "No." Asia is the larHt of thu tlvo gn-a- t yet to come. "Ner applejack ?" of the earth, nnd China is tho Then Jim ho took his undent nxo and cleared "No." largt-'s- t empire in Asia. China is not n forest street. "Ner old peach ?' While he lived on bear and succotash and only the largest, most populous and young nppomum mint. "No." in Asia, but in tho world. Its And lit rhythmic axe strokes founded and the ''Ner moonshine?" wood no more were dumb, history usju nation can bo traced buck to While ho cleared a crooked highway for the "No." Je.-uiwag born at least SOO yuara before millions yet to come. "Nothin' in that line at all?" in Betldeliem. Some pay farther back flicn tliey came like almles stracglers, they "No." still. Four hundred million people are came from far and neir, "Well, by gravy," he said, ainrrily, as A little lo house settlement grew round the said to live in China. The people speak pioneer: different 'diah'ctsjin the varionsj provin- he started out, "what the dickens have And Hie sound of and Irondaxo made a you cot that siun up thar, 'Families sup Klad Industrial hum, ces. Nearly all the Chinese in tho UnitJim said. "The Coming Millions, they have ed States have comeffrom Canton. This plied with all the necessaries of lite,' for? just begun to come." was the first part of China opened to Dura me ef we can't do better'n that at And a little crooked railway wound round foreigners, and the Cantonese are nat- the cross roads urocery." Detroit Free mountain, bill, nnd lake. Crawling toward tho forest vlllnce like an unurally more enterprising and less oppos- Press. dulating snake; ed to changes .than most other China A Housk With Four rimes ni And one morn the locomotive lifted Into tho wilderness men. Booms. Tho Vatican, the ancient palace And Jim wild "The Coming Millions, they aro Theranre three distinct religions in of the Popes of Home, is the most coming by express" China, all very old and idolatrous; in of the kind in the And the village crew anil prospered, but Jim none of them is there any knowledge of world. It standi on the right bank of Croker's hair was grayer they true God. A missionary in China the Fiber, on a hill called the Vaticjums, Whencliet-e- goi a city charter, and old Jim was the Major; tells us that she has never heard of the because the Latins formerly worshipped But Jim declined tho honor, and moved his h'HielioM goo. Is Chines" professing any love for their Vaticininm, an ancient oracular deity, at Far n"ny hrto the forerst, to tho old primeval gods. They pray to them, offer them tint place. Exactly when the biiililimr woods. sacrifices, and pay them outward honor was commenced no one knows. Charle Far and far Into the forest moved thegrlzz'ed because they are afraid to do otherwise. magne is known to have i habited it pioneer. ho Their rule is: "Respect the gods, but over 1,000 years aco. The present ex Therewill reared a his hut and murmured, " I build city bore." keep them at a distance." How differ tent of the buildinc is enormous, the And he hears the wood fox barking, and he hear ent that is from our blessed religion, number of rooms, at the lowest compu- And the oldthe partridge drum. for thu milman sits and listens which tells us sweetly that '"God is tation, being 1,422. Its treasuresof niai-bl- e lions Jet to come. -I- S. W. Fos. In Yankee Made. love;" and teaches ub that if we draw statres, ancient gems, paintincc, unto God he will draw near unto books, manuscripts, Ac, are to bo com near TI1K MINNV MAS. us! These Chinese may be said to pared only with those in the British AIhiIk, nnd Horn, .Some have no gods, for they know not the true Museum. The length of the Statue Mil orae Are Some Ought to Are Die. God, and have little or t.o faith in their seum alone is a fraction over a mile. However, those who have oen much own false Gods. Kind Words Conservative writers say that the gold jf the inside life of comic journals nn I contained in tin medals, vessels, chains, Dtlier journals with comic depart iients know that this kind of work, like pretty A young lady correspondent of the Pa and other objects preserved in the Vatiducat) Standard thinks a good cry is can, would make more cold coins than much every other kind, may be undo almost cmnpletel. mechanical. There i the most refreshing thing a woman whole present European circula pear, but bis raiment might be taken as TnK COMING MILLIONS. walton, bus. Manager : SIX PAGES. and prime skins bring from $25 up to as high as $100 each in the market Duriug tho excursion season tourists fn:n fill parts of the globe make a thriving trade for Alaskn merchants in the beat skin line. Thoie are fivo distinct bk?cIos of tho bear' In Alaska tho black, brown or cinnamon, and a cross, which inhabit all p.ntlons of southeastern Alaska nnd the upp.r portion of tho Yukon country. Further noith, in the St Kdas Alps, is the homo of a giizz'y which in size, ferocity, and color much UMombles the g izz ios of tho Sieira Neviidas, and still further north, along tho lower reaches of tho Yukon and the ice fields of the Atctic Ocean, is tho white polar bear. As bravo and skillful in hunting War as the Alaska Indian is, he K'ldoin hunts the St. Ebasgi.zzy, Initli because there is little profit in the hides and tho rreal siz- and femcity of a make hunting thorn a most the huz trdous uudei taking. I heir modo of killing thorn is hy shooting into them from a heavily charged Mnooth bore musket a heavy slug of toad, copjier, or iron, then aw their charge, winch never fails tc follow- - the shot, with a lonir. henvr. and resting the bull of stiongly made the weapon un the ground and planting one foot firmly ngaiu-- t it. The point ol tho epenr i eat at an angle to pierce the bear m the bieant, and the bear's own weight, when it strikes the spear in itt mad charge, is calculated lo drive tin weapon thiough him or pleico biui deep enough lo cau death. At. will lu lend ily if at this critical moment the hunter's courage nhoul fail him, r ly a miscalculation the spear faile ' to impale the charging the himtei nnd would le kmckcil torn into hhreds This mode ol lKar hunting may have Its ndvautages, but only the Alaska Indian has the courage to tty the experiment . I oa-tait-lu- g jM-nr, The .mill Is a 1'Hrinllsf rnr I he llunlei of the Urlxzly. To the bear hunter the wilds of Alaska offer a paradise that can bo found in no other country on the globe, as it Is attested by tho yearly shipments of hides. The nio-- t choson aro thoso of tho black s, boar, winch roam the woods by bun-died- uiitir.. iii--(- f isr r . MR. J. I. C'AHK, (iiiCKory iirovn rnrm, nome ; llaclnc, WI.,wiyM "Alter try Ine -every known rnmedy, 1 removed a largo Iluneh : of two years ktnndlng, from a 3 year old lllly, S 5 With threo applications or Of :..g Jf be QUINN'S OINTMENT, j 11 of. preparation I JiavocveriiM'd or heard S hoartlly recommend 11 to all Iloncniou." 5 Wehnxt hundred! 0 such tetUmcaMj. Ktrrvr- -' . Is the tasst 1 fJJLwJ-- 4iiiLUf ;r.iH-- l jfygyjjjjjTnAnB MAB.K. Vj.i fuHii..iiilllllllllllllHIII Jws not Price. SI. SO Kii'ii It srml uslV:. Rtumpsor silver, for trial Un. .St CO., AVIiltchall.N. V. AV. It. I prrliolllr. Ask yourdniRRlstforlt I)IY IMiMtllalMMMIIMMMISMMIIIIM Jl lli IIGEfRJSNS MENT FOR AFE URE PEEDY , NAN U? CR ed For Trir &c Krfir?fANs lame BK prain; RICHAH05oH-TAYuoRMEj)- Vg7v 5LYtAR? FoR Ri'cJMAr, eTc. f He APPLicAnopi cJru; Clxf f5. BEAST ur Tx'bcoJ KXXWKTvJtrsiEK ( THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY GAZETTE, $1 a YEAR. One Hundred Years a Family Favorite. I tn-ns- im.no-diatel- y THE WISELY C.AZKTTK contains Q-5- Iv if t ner at the Carpenter House Friday. Woodland Notbs. Mr. and Mrs. Robin have cone South with their family. Grey Squirrel fell into the honey ston of a bee tree lately and the younc ladhs say be is the sweetest thing alive. Mr. H. Abbitt is posinc as a novelist, but everybody knows that he hasn't i tale worth speaking of. Brer. Fox considers it a libel to call a fox hunt a brush with fate. Father Bear lias cone into hi wintei quarters and will not be in our niiiUt again till Sunday. Adieu, Pop. Mr. Turkey Gobbler and wife tookj.ei vantage of the approaching holidays to It is tin co camping in Glen Hollow, A small boy on Sixth street hates the opinion of their friends that this tiimdi washing process worse than snakes hate outing will prolonctheirhves -- Harper's liquor. His toother was washing him Young People. and he was kicking. FrankS. Kinney was a business man "Why don't you be a good boy?" she to begin with, but he had nothing to d begced. "Don't you kno you'll go to with tobacco in bis early life. He wis thb bad place if you don't?" in railro.idbuiMiuc, and h h "There ain't anyjwater there is there?" intTe.-tebusiness took him to South Aiiieruv he asked. "Not a drop," she anweredsolemnly. There ho learned to smoke cig.irett "Then I guess I'll keep being bad." and he became verv fond of them. Il was u prodigious smoker, and wln le And he kept on. Detroit Free Press. returned to New York the habit wan Shipping Persimmons. Some of the communicated to Mime of his friend-Thekept him hu-- y rolling rig net tin northern settlers in Chesterfield county, Va., some distance from Petersburg, are for them. After a little while In- - mad a putting up persimmons and shipping machine to turn out the cigarettes fm them to the Northern markets, where himself ami nits friends. Ttier wasnueh they are sold at 12Jc per pound. The a demand for them that the idea struck seed are first taken out of the fruit with him that it might he u good scheme to a small machine, made for the purpose, start a cigarette factory and iutrodnc d the cigarette to America. And this is after which the fruit is placed in boxes and sweetened with white how he came to be worth anywheie from .',(XM),(X)0 to $5,000,000. granulated sugar. y five-poun- could possibly indulge in. Says she: "Some excellent physician, whose name should be written in gold, said: 'If a husband wants a wife to be happy and healthy he will make her cry at least once a fortnight.' That is gospel truth. Nothing nues and tries a woman like keeping h r nerves strung up at concert pitch all the time; and likewise, nothing relaxes the tension and gives her a chance to start off fresh like a real good cry. Before she had it she would brush her hair back of her forehead, put on a linen collar, fix her lipsina straight line and slap Johnny, but when he has cried and had a cup of tea she will curl her bancs, turn in the neck of her gown and put on a bit of lace, emilft at herself order what Jack likes in the glass-anbest for dinner." the tion. a regulation war t make a is to say, a regulation joke. juke that Of comae, The 18th birthday of Mr. Tiios. Daltou was celebrated by an unusually big din genuine humor and positive witlraus ceud nil rules, and the gient jester is born, not in ule. But for nil that, there have been ; loftssionnl funny meu who hadn't a grain of wit in their coinpoM tion. For instance, it is well known that the proprietor of a cerlnin great New York daily newspaper has a 1ml i of mix ing his editors all up periodically, to prevent thorn frouisdidiug into rut-- and to give each department the benefit of fiebh ideas (and fresh Ignorance) from time to time hu changes hU iiieu all about, transferring the sporting editor to the financial depaitmout, !etting the livestock reporter at work writing political editorials, and so m. Now it chanced ili.it in one of the ! the funny column fell to tho lot of a reporter who did not kn w u joke from a logarithm who had no morj oenst of Ho wtia achumor than a havstack. customed to obey, however, and ho went to work making joke. His first attempts were sometuiu wonderful to rend. People with palo faces hlopped one another on ho slr.ot, pointed out with trombling fingois theie jokes, and nskod if they really read , they had read them; and when they were deep answered that they did. they dr breatlw of leiief and as3i on. Friends of the pioprietor of tho j aper begged him to make a change, and declared to him that there were so in thing that tho paper could not stand. But hu adhered to his program and kept thu man at work, and'in the courso of time the new funny man made jokes that were copied in other papers for j ikes, and became au admired me inter of tho National ParngrapherB1 Association. , mix-upI a-I I ' Get rid of the fence! These words should be placed at the head of every page of the agricultural papers until public opiniop is completely stirred to action. Unnecessary fences are a most odious tax on farmers. They represent a condition of in which eaeh man isjobligd to flfortify himself against his neighbors. New York Tribune. semi-barbaris- It is,'reported that tho exp"riimnt "Might'.I inquire," asked the city editor, in a soft, sweet voice, "why you describe the late Mr. Biliiger as being six feet eichtiinches long Id not the word 'tall' good enough! for! your fastidious taste 'Jtt "NxV'in this case," answered the new reporter. "Biliiger had been paralyzed and hadn't stood on end for 13 years." Indianapolis Journal. "What is it makes the raij come down?" Aeked little Bessie Dight; 'It used to be the Lord, my dear, But now it's dynamite." Buffalo Express. Little man "I understand, sir, that you have called me au unmitigated liar." Big man "No, I didn't use the word unmitigated." Little man "Then I accept yourapologv." London Punch A. peculiar mineral has been found in made in Northern California of extricating sugar from the sap of the sugar pine tree, which abounds in the mountains of that region, has proved satisfactory We find no statement in regard to thequali ty of ttie'sugar. but it can hardly fail to sent it was lualized that this little bo preferableltothat made with sul'iu-riwoman of insignificant nppeanmce was acid. one whose name 18 euiB ngo was in The tin plate tax will reach reach everybody's mouth from one end of tho nearly $20,000,000 a year. It will dim-ou- t country to the other, and whose ersou-alitat that time was almost as well of the people's pockets. If the emknown as her name. She wiis lira. ployment of American lalior is the pur- Theodore Tilton. New York Times. pose of the tax it would be cheaper to Facts About the Queen of Mirhu. Mx the people to pay the wages of the It's rather late toleiiiu the Hutu about tin plate makers while they did nothing the Queen of Sheba. Nvvertheli'ns, I 10 at all. -- Cleveland Press. exerAcademy of Inscriptions is An experimental sidewHlk is now in cised about this vuhject O le or its members thinks thnt he has discovered operation in Chicago It consists of tw movable plitforms ;i00 feet long, moving that Sheba was in Arabia, and that the queen was the mother of Alen side by side in the same direction, mi. who founded a kingdom in Kt'i iti at a speed of three, the other at six miles She went to Joriii-aleon conquest lie it, per hour. It has carried f00 pers'iiitt ut and would havo liked to stay lliei". But the wise Hebrew thought she would one time and seems to he a Ufcenn. be hard to manage, and a more useful The aboriginal Australian adopts a bru- ally in her own country. He When fnt her back laden with present and tally forcible mode of wooing. he wants a wife he InokH about for a fired with ambitious projects. Wo may likely helpmate and finding one to his expect one of these days to see her perby Sara Bernlmidt in au 02 liking, knocks tier down with his club sonated Loudou Testament drama by Bardou. and carries her home. Truth. c y gn-atle How Tlinn Una Chanced liar. One day last week a in 0110 of the lai go Brooklyn dry good stoics stood waiting for her turn to be served and idly watcldug the woman who was claiming the attention of the cl r. at the moment There was nothing about her to attract a second glance. She looked to be close upon CO oars of age, her hair was very gray, though not white, and a pair of rather dark eyo looked out from acolorle&s unimpicssho face. In figure she was shot t and small, tnd tho black costume she wore was Yet when Mie gate simple to plainno-s- . her name and address for a paicol to be .linn III Own tin.- - Klccrr. General Wintleld Scott had no feeling men and of comp.issi'in for had his own ideas nw to the pio'i remedy for iuteinjH'rance. One of hu military orders, given w lion he was it) I'.very l'ostmaster is our Agent. command at Hock Island, in 1SU'2, whiol has in the Iowa Stt SA.MI'I.K COIMKS FRKK. norar . turows som- - ngni on ins pecui The Daily Commercial Gazette is unrivalled as a iar notions on tin MibjecL The ordei is copied in full tu the current uuiuliei newspaper and it is growing in popularity every day, of the Magazine of Aoericu llit"iv which ..; attested by its rapidly increasing circulation. and relates to the apjiearatico of cholciT among the soldiers at Hick Isl.ind auu Address to the sanitary lueiibiues to U puru-way )f cle u Various precautions in the CO., COMMERCIAL. lines, the use of tlunuel clothing, elr , nre lecommcnded on the iiuthotily ol Cincinnati. the physicians, but, the order c ntiuue: No B'I"S nor I llcr vchrinr with thumper "Thee 'tumaiidiug general, who has seen much of the disease, knows that it U in- temjieranco which, in the present state ' ai.d of the atmonpheie, generate IS spreads the calamity, and that, when i ii ,i curf hi i i, once spread, goal and leiuM-ratmen' I'toj lie are likely to take the infection. therefore imperatively commuuds thai every soldier or ranger who shall found drunk or sensibly intoxicated after tho publication of this oider lx a.n nn nn mid comjK'llod as coon as his strength ill a. in frreiuif uiiiulcrful l icniuV7 permit, to dig a grave at a suitable Q? rrim-il- urotho jfom InifthrlriQ LuryiHg place large enough for his own iiiul m.ilurliu No ono lit ins; ! reception, as such a grave can not f'til tiouUl ho Milium t thrn. Thrlr us soon to bo wanted for the drunken man tk irvvMtt HltiirKu oT oh tUnml lerrr, v himself or sonio drunkim companion. (PUuiilhuKUc, tillloun colli-- , and civrjvj i j is UioH)(vintrriiKt)i to roUl All Tfiis order is given ns well to sorve f it rillm.riui uiiliraltliTttiul Ituptirn nt- -r VS the punishment of drunkenness as lo nimphrri. OlltnaO IarU larw, N. V. spare good and temperate men the lalsir o( digging graves for their worthless companions. " Scientific Americn .Snake switlliiwed tlie Unity. Agonoy for George Wharton, of Brown countv, Mrs. tells a blood curdling snake stoiy. William Huxelly, living in a log cabin, was making toap in the hick yard, having kissed her sweet little C mouths babe to sleep in tho cradle. Presently the Lab. hci earned, and she rushed in and TI'ADE MARKS, was horror stricken to find a hideous DE3IGN HATKNT3 COPYKIQItTB, oto. blacksnake of enormous size trying to frxi HnmtliDok wrilw lo swnllo" tho child. It had engulfed the rT NN CO., nd IIHO.Uiw.4V, New VllllK. Ml ail hand nnd swnllowud it up to the arm Olrlrrt biin-n- for Jrtno tiMil In Amerlrn. Ktrry lvticnt Ii liniunht pit and was writhing in iU contortions tUo putlic ly stalini int ly trio of dutrvo Nf'r In Uie mitlco kiisu and etlorts to make further progirMt t)i - mid rrnatilniF tlin Milnmtu rnttltn in ..... "i the die, it ewemed to relax ita bold and ijtnr t nmilatlrn if iny erif ntlflr pirr In l!i the child's arm, then turned upon norld. H(lriull(llr lllurtmloil. No lnli'llli-rtiwithout IU Wcrklr, N.'I.IKI a tnn honlilnilb niiTitb. ArtrtrcM JllI.NN & CO, its mother. She dashed it to the floor, 8C! M h" hj rciUil tiutt a lenntuin u n.l ..rn and in her wild frenzy stamped it to W'JiU'Ukiu.3SlUnJBr. New York. l.onivilti, Kv , 1'V curing iIimm . tlial tlirnjt death. It proved to bo of tho black til the nutli' l Iraitrmlv llr uiitiy racer sccies, 7 foot 2 inches long, and I'r Kea ha charge of Ihe K' ilil.nl aril DciMtrimeiil of lie Mcilicl ami Suriti- a In measuring G( inches in circumferonce. titutc, I utillc, Ky The labo lived, and the only inconveniHe will visit Stunford, THE NEW ence. It suliorod from iU terriblo exhand At Myers House, Tuesday, Feb. 2, perience was that its arm and were blistered as if scalded in hot water. KeiurninK everj month during ihp 4i to te Cincinnati Kuquirer. infill one day. cry week, and on special occasions gives the news of the world in the most complete'shnpe; the choicest miscellaneous reading and the best stories and literary matter that brain can produce and that money can buy. 56 columns : columns. It Subscription Price $1 a Tqat. d TIIK GAZETTE itatrd HE ' It--. oooooooo r.titl-tii.ilnrl- at PEKIOKMING nd'-rli- ''! ' STiny Imt PillsS r. -- Malarial Resio?is (Utr.ir-oml- l. 1 Hi jE V.1 i rn " -- dis-goig- e Scientific JMnmcnu t DR D. D.REA ! S.,r-j;i- Surgeon& Specialist . WEBSTER Latest Form r Itubber I'HTr incut. The municipal authorities of Brussels havo decided to exoriment on tho new con: pound "caoutchous macadam.'' Ai jKutlon of one of tho principal yards of the city is being paved with this Tho compound consists of u t mixture of India rubber and kinds of stones ground up together and converted into a sort of cement by means of heat The material is stated to elastic, and durable, and to be unchanged by either heat or cold. It is anticipated that it will prove adapted for running tracks and lawn tennis court ma-teiia- L WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL I Dr Kca lu been cunncvteil wllli the bigesl ho.piUl- in the Lountry, Hint h.u nn tuptrlnr in ihalinnrK nml trrulln iII.chmii anrl delnuriiliet lie will RimSso I rnny ilislhc Can not tell the ditc.ite anil when, located in rtv ininntet lie will return tu Stunlord tveiy rai.iiil tint vt.it tn remain one day c.r Treat (lint-ren- DICTIONARY d all iirWe Mediral .mil Sur .1 Di.m.c, Aiuteand Chronh Catarrh, l)l.t,i-- r .1 hP Kye, ljr, Noe, I'hroat anil l.uni;. !)pcpia, llriKhl's I)eae, Diabele, Ki.i,cj hner, lllatlililer, Chronic, Female nnu Stxusl Diitates Kpilcpsy or fiu cured -- A poiili.e Ruiranicc k- be-har- FULLY ABREAST OF THE TIMES. Vt Itoset from Corer to Corer. nd School. YOUNQ & MIDDLE AGED MEN SuheririR from Spermatorrhea ami I in potency as therrtuitof self atnuc in youth or exceu in years, anil other caei proihiiine some ol the following effects at Hmtnlons, blotches, dem-htnervouuiess, dimneti, confuUiou of idea, aversion to society, defective memory, anil lul exhauMion, which unfit the victim fur bninrs or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies not Injurious. ma-tur- er y. A GRAND 5r every Family INVESTMENT tinsel fish naa. h u Moataas. When taken from the ground it has much the appearance of iron ore, but upon being exposed to the air it takes fire and consumes itself. Teacher What is the Island of Java noted for? Bright boy (son of a grocer) It Is noted for the coffee that used to cose from there. - needles. spell Teacher Wrong. Ttiere's no i in needle. Boh by Well, tain't a gord needle, then. School Teacher B)bby -- Nov, e Bobby, N-- m m ,- frnm liia Tnniliuitivi." tinv flrmlino nn- ... ,...- - ... l falrv book Are there nnv ntinb tliinra as immortals ? Yes, my eon. They are all on the pension list! Conrlnead. O'Hcoligan lie tould mo to ninveon. -, Oi'd hov yez to kuow oi'm a sen oi. "Prove it, h. "O will, "sezoi. An' wid thot I s' owe. him a wad uv unpaid bills oi had in n pocket Sinithcrs And what did he say? O'Hooligan The abpalpauo apob giuih-monH s-- z There aro three kinds of unselflshnsss that which springs from a sense of duly, that which spring from n natural benevolence toward one's species, and that which springs from love. The first of these is a conscious unselfishness; the second is so in a less degree! but the s third may be and very often is of itaelf altogether. Nono the leteit needs to be dragged into the light now and then, and carefully examined, lest it too, beautiful though it is, should degenerate then and there into some- 'ngnot vorj far removed from ita uncon-t-cioo- Th Authentic Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, cotmirUInf Ihun of 1HU4, '79. and 84, (all stilt conjrlghted) lias en thoroughly rarUecf ana enlarged, nnder the superrlsloa of Noah l'ortar, D.I).,I.I.,D.,of Yale Unlreriltr, and as ; title, bears the name diUlng-uUliina- A c. over The work of revision ten years, more than a hundred editorial laborers being employed, and over 300,000 eipended before the first copy yi am printed, OLD BY ALL BOOKSCLLCRS. Pamphlet scot froo by tho jmblUhera. Caution U needed In purchsjlnc a dictionary, as photographies reprints of an obsolete and comparatlifly worthless ulltlou of Webster are ho In ft marketed under various names and often hy misrepresentation. International Dictionary. occupied WEBSTER'S ingoi the hair, pain hi the bones eruptions, tic , are perfectly eradicated without inlhK mercury or other injurious drugs, Gotiorrluca, Oleel, Stricture and all Urinary and Kidney I roubles are speedily cured by treatment that neter failed He undertakes no Incurable cases, but cures thousands given up to die. Keineinber the date and come early, as his rooms are always crov ded wheroer he stops Blood and Skin Syphilis and coinplications, Dl;caHCH. fall at sore tbitjt, GET THE BEST, The InUrnatlonil, which bears imprint of O. C. MKKHIAM & CO., I'ubliahers, Spriagfield, Mass., U. 8. A. CONSULTATION FREE. Correspondcncesolicited and ?nifiilentlal. Address MKD1CAI. AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, H3 4th St. ,1 ouinille. Ky. . V.'- - (Tftl "y J tf ti Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal 1802 Cvovhh buciI, nlco nml & innh, ftt Karrlu J Hnrdin'p. m m Stanford, Ky., Januahy 2!, .o,WAi,TON.BUB.Manaj(er MEANS IUSINE88. M dotiiHit A. It. 1'unny'H. Youu account ia now ready. Plcnao call and Buttle. A. It. Penny. Iluv your bookn and M'hool auiipllrri of all kimiH from A H Penny. Have your natch, clock nnd jewelry repaired at A. K. Penny'fl. All work Kkmkmiikk tbat all mlvorware. wntclirs. rinRH, Ac, bought at A. It. Pentiy'a will be engraved free of ebarce. PERSONAL Miw POINTS. iR Knohati.vo beautifully and nrtintirally nrrnnti'tl. Fon ItKN'T. N'icu suite of rooms in thb Fairis & Ifaimacv building. It. WilFon Salk. A buitity liorne. Will trmlo liams. for cuttle if paitydosirts. M. V. i:ikln & Don't forget wu have, received our Co. now spring stock of white goods, laces, Canned Goods at greatly reduced pri- kid gloves, Ac. J. S- Hughes. ces fot the next IK) days. B. K. k W. H. Foil Best. House with flvo rooms Weareu. nml garden. Situated on Logans Creek, Dkrm makini: by Mr. Nellie Onena 1 miles from Itowland. Apply to A. T. nl Commurcial Hoiiite, Stanford. Satis- Niiniiulloy or T. L. Shelton. faction guaranteed. Wantkd Kggs, butter, bacon, hams, Finest assortment of Hamburi; and sides, shoulders, hides and tallow at the linen vdjimicH nver brought to .Stanford highest u arket price. B. K. A: W. II. at Severance A; Son's Wenren. Bio Btock of Oliver plown uml oxtrnu B. KoHttr'B. aro uLsoitltu. Call nml settle by cush nr note. A. K. Penny, A few nccnnnlK of m 1891 t . t J. A Grand Clearance Sale. For the next Thirty Days our stooh-of - Dry (Ms, lotions, Hats, Carpets, 5'cv Clotting, Boots and Shoes, must be closed on account of m m J T. Josks in in I.oulf Some few of our custouiets hnvo Li'l'jri Tiik Model Minstrel an the' lnryeit and H.iid to be one of the hot Aftttrt'iiH-tioti- H to settle their accounts to Jan. 1st, '!- -, of the kind on the mad. Don't nnd to such we would s.iy wo need the fail to ieo them Monday niht, Nt, money. Sine A. Meiiefee. ville. Cait Jai'(uiUoxtt, of Parkavillc, Jh isitiiiK Klder Jom. Ilillnu. JIim Minnik lEtii'i.KV returned from berhcliool in Boyle Friday. Mish Noiia Dickinson, of Garrard, i witli Mips Moutic llutrit). Mn. Joski'ii Cokfky returned from a visit to Louisville Wednesday. Miw. J O. IiAMiKY, wbo lias been ill for Homo time, Ih convalewiiiK. Mu Ciko, II. Biiuck vtus bere ycptor-dn- y, hIiowIdk our mercliauUs bis nam-plea. New Shoe Siioe. J uct opened at I. M. Mai'K Fkiuikli. n.ii urrpiittcil of the cutting of Bob Whitley tit bis examin- Bruce's livry stable, where you can get ing ti ml Tui'h'l.iy, but he was held loth new work and repairing done on shoil circuit court lor cam inj: concealed wea- - notice for cash. Hatcher & Kelley. 2t 9 pOIIB. Tin: weather has been ftth', but it was very cold again Wedueiidny, the mercm ry fulling to 15. Yesterday wax much warmer, with prospects of falling weather. We have jii6t opened u ladies' kid hoe, intuit! by P. 0. Sullivau, every pair of which in guaranteed. Come and New Ca-,- h Dry Goods ytore to yvo our rtoek of Smyrna, Torchon, French Vnl. and Medici laces fcr less money than ever sold, notwithstanding the McKiuley bill. J. S. Hughes. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Ladies will not forg.it to como to the T17"a,M.tin.gBLoOm. JFor OUR mtz STOCK & Of Spring Goods, which is bought and will be in in a few days. Call and get our prices before purchasing elsewhere. Eggs'land Feathers bought at the highest market price. Tiu-mln- The male defendant in n breach of Mits. S. G. HurKKit went to SomerM't nee them, and don't forget the white promise suit in Bnndolph, Mo., has conipromiM-for $200, although n jury to e tier sinter, MrH. V. T. goods and kid gloves. J. S. Hughes. awarded the lady $1,000. Ward. Tiik Jueen A; Unwmit Route will sell JUJjYJSS The Louisville "091 pilots a picture Mu I). It. Caim'kntkk, of tbe .I'tnn of Hartford, bus been tickets Feb. 2(5, 27, 2S and 20 tit one fare of Sipiire Mnsie Beattley, the Aberdeen, A. I.tfe ItiHiirance Co, for the round trip to New Orleans and O., knot Iyer nml says that lie has bound bere for Beveral day. Mobile, on account of the Mardi Gran, together in his time .r),3(r) runaway Mia. M. A. Goi:u and Mr. J. F. up to Brndliimd yesterday to March Ut. Tickets good for return till couples. As the ol man was born in . March 15, 1811, it is natural to believe that he will viMt Mr J. II. Vnnhnok. Blioitly go to tlmt country where there Mips l.ot'iK IUilkv, who linn been AND Til eke inn lady in the W'tsul Knd who mnrringesiiiid giving in inairiage, quite ill buMHUllleiently reeoveied to has such intense bailed lor a gntlumnn aie no lie goes nbove orb- to her muck eIa.Hfl at lirnjxoti. of the Hime (xirtioti of the county that no matter whither Dii. U Uoi.Dvriii.v, tbe optician, will when she layieyin on him is Imme- low. Upright and Horizontal. " and be with m till tbe diately titkon with a nrrive DEATH'S "DOTNGS."' veri vomiting Stationary, and Fortabls. All I. Id ad bin ud. oml mil on him at the spell. Surely In II hath no fury like n power. sizes up to long illness of n (.' .Iby HoiiHe. Piikwitt. After a woman Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Mu Isa.m Nlun and wife, of Cnlum complhntion of disea's, which bntlled A 1.AI101: ninuber of demitcrnts who vr-m- : Durability. (JroM-- O., lire vixitlni; thHr ilnuiili-teskill of wveral physicians, Miss bin the wxrrzzEmj'i?rsr'i,nMA4 rr v&n r i Write for Free Ilhutrated PampltM ami your ant to 4 WIVWlSTJiJWVtKV - !W The oM gentle had pledfrd themcelviH u Mr. K. It. PrfwHt, of .IeirTponvilh', Ind., died nt '. y.' Mi". Wm. . .. t "" , tienlry for heriir have uHiired Mr. J. midnight Wednesday, at the residence ovi rW) yonix old. tnnn LF.FFKL & CO., I r,e; WH .s. (,r Unit M.l.wixii ."tuxsoit h with The ""d.Meneifethe huttlH'v nnj the htm no.v of her aunt, Mrs. W. P. Tate, wheie she K'.V vnK ci rv si'KiNcrtKi.n. hhio biy in until iMiue to he hndehinaid in the uutiringo Piwerflhe Pi (Vnnjrtny, playing Mr. Meuefxu has made a gotsl offlcerami of Mirs Lucy Tate, now Mm. C. H. Paine. if I im iit)iiti this w k. ami uial ti at Mr. C Pottfll will on the public. deerves to buu the walk over he Mems MiM Ida wan a lovely christian girl. Of a i reaiiih- a line imprvttrion church, Junction City, bright mind, entertaining conversational .Sku.n ll ol ' giip suffiTvrhnM'Im- - likely to xt. Juil.'U. fniliug How of good Mr. M. F. Klkin wns down J roving Tme ivniK'iit along Depot street Mwr3 ami a nevf r Went TiceComiwiny's bigbuildng, I inn .v'Btrrday lor ! ttret Hum In n from Gnrr's iMtloon to .Main street is a spirits, she was exceedingly popular and ixirner 4th and Itauo Cincinnati, was' .u.tlt and Mrs. Win. Welsh Hk flret iKngrnira to the town. livsrylxMly who greatly bvcd by all who knew her. dust burned, lose ?180,000. o. a happy bride went a t ill this i AT. goes to nr eouiis from tlis dtjpot lias to K J. K. BaughtiiAu sold to Jol -Wm. It. Hol-- 1 use it and of the honehold, with the man of M,.whs. F. L. Ciirn-nw- , ol d gray jack, man, of Tennessee, n it is a wonder koiiiu oiio out e v i nd her choW. Yesterday nnotber girl left forS(KX). M.S. lkiugliinim fold to same niiHii Nappi-- r want U h.ifii't Millar! bmkeu Ikuios before this i.ut iiikIiI to have the order of the in doing m. The attention of the coun- the same hnm-e-, the bride of death. How pwrty a yearling mule foi S12". I la-- , a Complete Stock of fust does soimw follow on the fnoMop l.vd Croi fiiCrrntl mi them U ityau cil Is e.dltwl ui tlitt matter. Flesh, of Atlmita, went to Theodoie rswrt fully of joy and how oftsn of late have we tho home of his broiher-iii-lnw- , I miiaiidety, Knights Tiii)lnr. John II. of the uncertainty of : i Bmi.kv was out for the L. Cndg, to kill hi.n h r snubbing ids, Tiik Model Minlrcl (iiouitm- the big-ir- been reminded j life ami of the injunction, "Be ye there- (Flesh's) wife, but was shot twice him-- J rst lime fur a month, Tuenlny. HetelN show ever given in Stanford. They vitv down at will arrive Sunday noon and Monday fore ready also, f r the Son of Min cone is tl at 'g'll of hi and will die. eth nt an bom when you think not of !' onee with the prvaillii.'iB'M. leivinii given grind street pinule, exactly A commendable disposition issliown The mother of the poor girl arrived in by democrats in both the Semite nnd the ine enii to iio the cixikiok'. feling and represented in the Hthuraph. The largbur la- hours. House to go to the bottom in the g. i mI iiUhiv act tM est number of performers that have ever time to be with lnriu Her sister lial been with her several of the Cliilinu controveriy. The npiK-int one time on our htnm will could he done Uwhule thing's got to come out. CITY AND VICI.VITY. make enough fun for the.uidience to en- weeks Kverythiiit! that was cheerfully performed by Mrs. Tate joy for a month. Itamcmbpr the date .iw line of smH'mh.I ifi hH'.! i ( l'otlie Kttitor Interior Journal.) for the sullerer and she deserves both .Monday night, Feb. 1. nt Meltolnrts A IHa'M-'- Ill your last isMiothe C. O. correspon- prtilso ami condolence. After a sermon Promptly and in first class style. Geohiii: Moijto.v, colored, whoeltiimed at the house at 2 o'clock yesterday, byl Jeut deemed to take n great deal of pains Tin. W bite N'Wiupt MaehiiiH, ftmt nu to be 11(1 inspuakingof mi laud nr pift of my land ISSirKNGRAVING I and who mis thought Bev. W. K. FJIK the rein.iii9 were yeais oh on all goods sold, free of char-- e Old gold and enilli foi hIh by IVte H.impto.i. admit that being adveitised for sale . by hit neighbors to have been at lent terred in Buffalo Cemetery. sil er taken in eNch.ingf hours there were notices posted on my p. ace on Smith -- Smith. Within a f s.a k vo'ir ln- liv iimiik Dr llnw' that old, died nt his luxne near More-lanTin vlay. He was a very inall of each other there pawinl from earth, Cedar Creek, 1 J miljsfroiii my home, to by .1. It. Fester. remly Fur sle darkey ami when ut the advanced age Tuesday, a couple of brothers, who s.ititfy n debt of nhout fKM, due the Crab iTin A 2 to I hors" power In of 00 i ode teveiiil prominent race horses loved each othei greatly in life -- Wee- CrehnrdSpaings Company, which HN dcliko for sin very was den G. Smith, aged 01, died at I a. m , of not been done, had it not been j. )ot tun. I, lion. .1. WUIiiniui, MiKinney. to victory. evinced in the fiat that he nought him pneumonia, and John G. Smith, aged absence of W. T. tiiuut's lawyer. And J,, ti-iivel a ni- l- Ibio f trunk- - at self as soon as bo was able and had 70. nt S o'clock thestime evening of the reason, I suppose, she desired to pub- Xlfn. V s lisli is because she is utiemhtd at me. B Sr.'sl'adi Burdn been a free iiimi nil his d.ivs. They were both excellent The corresroiideiil lieiug a wonnn ami their loss will be foil in the Ton II uii.ky bought two cottages end Tiik Bkaso.n.-- It neonis to ha pretty communities in which they weie held and situated as she is, I will d sist from lots in Itowlnnd. IS foot front, of John well undeniuxxt tlmt the tvasoii that baying anything further unless it is in such deservedly high esteem. Mi.rphy l..rl,02f. Ohili did liie craw tlsh act wmo hecaiie S. A. Midih.kion. by her. Smith mnniisl .Mwn Klifli Mr. Weed Pusident JorM Monti got wind of the Is'tli Ixg.iu in early life and they have w Cash Stoic is now beginning Tiik There are 21 law linns in the I nion splendid Hue of ulothinp;, fact that Cp;. John It. Fairis was tn reu-.i'lived happily together for many year. composed of husbands nud wivts, and eoinpanv of biavt to oihicIi upon No children blwd the union ami she r.i i ills and jninpcre and gimts' eolorwl thuiiartow about 200 women wbo practice law in the of hind and wiM it Ut I v fold at is in lone widowhood to fiel a leps eotiits or ui.uiage I gil publications. si iris. rbw gooils r clenr on', of existence. He had secured J S. Hnghos. low puns which is even thing to her. Mr. Smith 0 of the worst b.tl ontw" that ever wan a life long member of tbe CbiiM'nn 1I XKW ADVKiniStaiKNlN hut. decidrd to . 1.0UAK pulled a triggei or git uway with a lnt P church nnd for many years has held the prm-tschuuiier. The vei thought of their Ins i siillciit frm and tvfcume the ollice of deacon in Bush Branch church. e ol his profession ill noine ulty. It names makes the hair of one, who ih ac- Asked by Mr. John Logan during his ill..tisfaction House and Lot in Maywood. The best Chilled How made. l.Ntras earned in st kK UKNT. H. K cS: contains 2112 ncres and is one of the mot quainted with them, t.iml on end like ness if he was ready to die he replied, . II. Wl guaranteed. debliahle in this whole action. See ad. quills on a fretful porcupine, consequent- "Yes, John, I have been ready for 10 jimI l.ut in ortor fur sale my llou.e ly we c.innot screw our courave up to four rnorn Die house h t.O TO . . years." His lemains were interred in anil tins latelj l)en piinteU. amiacttnew virandttli, I ituol well improved his the sticking point sullicieutly to print W". S. Wiiiiiam ilia MISS L1CCIE BEAZLEY, tcr on the IoImMcIi emluacet ti Lancaster cemeteiy Wednesday, af- of luitni the well clover A barRaui ian be (.urcU 4i.r splemhd half mile track near Moreland them. ter n funeral service by Be v. Mr. Frank. ty applj inj to IWalcer .TXilliner .MKS I. I. I'ORll.K, Moyv.oo.1. to such an ixtent that it is now Milked I' To haie nur photocraph mad'. Voit will hnd lii'.WAitu oi Thkm AM.. A lew months Depot Mr John Smith wa? onh stricken last Corner always tieat yourM and give ou that in this section, bnk with the fastest satisf i lion KcincniLer he m.k.e pictures of Uil ago a young lellow styling lilmseli Hie Friday night. He had been to tee his mu for some remarkable records there the ditferent sles, eti'n from the smallest 11. GOJUDSTUIX, crayon water up tn life sie portrait "Cow Boy Kviingallst," accomp.inied by hick brother the day before and had hand coiisi.titly a li (o i line ct this enr. ou (.iilma and pasltlls If you have a plciuro I run iliy done to or. a benutiliil young woin.in, preached, j left him wit'n tears in his eyes, seeming will pay you 10 ee him bflnre trimutd hats, bo. .111 Is, .c I'he ant enlarged, it Maker are An experienced torus contractine w tti any one to hae it male. as he is mill me, who will satisly the of Tiik Boiler Millh has just atlded an ptnyed and sung on the streets here, 'to feel that he would never see him pill ill every alay be here m uU OPTICIAN, locat.il here and wilf A J. K Mil', Stanford, K). H;.iyr y cleaner to its supply of exhorting sinners to repenteiice nud ask again. His tongue was also pir.dyzed WELL-KNOWimproved wheat that removes the last parti- ing a few dimes K iibsiot them in thwir and while apparently cousoious the Of l.milsvillc, Hill belli blaiilurii, S.itunUy, llio mat hinei J 30, and remain mini eve hebrtury j ' cle of outside substance. This mill is warel'.ire upon ajtaii. Our people are moat of the time, he could utter no Dr. U universally knuuu hvie, j well aalliivwt SsAXlE llie State, and Ills wort lliyivtll satiafaLtiun making a great ijuantity of Hour and far from being suckeis and failing to koiiihI. He too was a faithful member Thote Dcptons ouAtrint; Willi tieiiucnt headaclni OK Having purchased the mien--- ; former fnul rmief up over bite, the pair left after a very short Btay. of the Christian church and lived as a or neuralgia will their ejos, grb dunbavins pto-- red JUlIIlUj Mince Christmas has . ix ass. partner, .Mr. &e. share ol the patronai;u.ticrnersou J,f ofmyaRowland liberal or blue, mljusted to of the xp..e should. His wife vision from ae or ail)' ntlier .auu vmii iiiiu tiieiu of coin. bushe'S The next heard of ilium was at Bowling soldier of the cross will touoinic the ca,sh business and vicinity. Cotfey Oilite, a great Lenuht. Kxammaiion tree Of! ZO, IOQO which the firm of lllllon.V Mcl'l cr,n started out Green, where the man was jailed for was Misa Nannie Lunsford, n si.ster-iito do, ami think ian easily prose wti) it will bo With two men doing the work thnt whipping the pretty girl he called his law of Mayor I). W. Vandeveer ami had lloue. be tn lliistonvillr, Feb 3 Will will offer for sale publicly if not sold pruatelv beneficial to both my customers hi it myself For luud instance look at these pricos, ao r unifs j;r inula three formerly did in the depot here, wife. Now comes a dipiteh from Ten- - her husband lived they would have cehv before) my Ka'in 01 142 Acres of miles noiih of Sunlord, K) ,011 tne ted sugar for 1, Arbucklo's cotite situated r Lents Agent F. L.Clillbid has been notified ne.sseo saying that the sheriir of bgan brated the tOtli anniversary of their Danwlle turnpike. Said Farm is in a hit;li state pound and all other tjon Is proportion Also reduction must he made. cultivation, improvements jood and comfortable. have in ban at all times lumber sud shingles for that a further neyer had any y. They county, Mo., was on their trail, armed marriage pair wII broke drift sale. Also stock, consisting! J. ,U HII.IO.V, Mules, A tltoleionnmv seems to have struck with a requisition for the "Cow Boy children. The Smiths were largely ood work Mule, pair a horses, Rowland, Ky. $;! r lamily old, fiofly bred saddle Mare, 4 yea" those iji power and as usual they are be. ..1 charging him with the ah-- 1 Uted in this county and Boyle, being norsn $ ye ir oiu. 4 Blue-Gras- s Cattle, about 50 head of Sbetp, 35 of them pood ginning at the bottom rung of the lad- duction and seduction of the girl on a j connected with the Helms, Bruce?-- , 232 Acres of Splendid p,. .i ,,. Smiiliilossii Hock, soiue Vounc lforte Land, der. were stock, well bred an I broken to harness j 3 nead ol promise of marriage. Husays tho peo-- i Stones and otheis. The remains Eood buuher Cattle, Fannlnir Implements and Huffclo Cemetery here Desirably located oil turnpike roatritadlti; liom some Household and Kitchen Furniture. Aktek a trial of four days a jury at pie of his count nrc so incenaed thai, followed to the Stanford to MilledtfeMlIu, Lincoln County, Ky ,6 J. liKIGin j,.,yr iiirfferfor friends aud after a miles from Stanford, 4 miles from Hustonvillr, 10 llaviiiR drterinined 10 fuUct. Somerset decided that PlalntM' Pritcli-ul- t the man will be lyuched if he is acquit- -; yestertiay by many sale my entire LIVERY OUTrll, misis iiif of Danville, 4 miles from Jim. lion City and nt the grave by Kid. J. Q. from 4 miles of Moreland. a station on the C. Mui, Wagon j j;ocd l.iscry pair within ahall have all of the pivseuts he gave ted. Not many people here had any hort service Nice Town Property For Sale. and Harness, Horses, Wagons of$ I.u.sik, i Cart, elegant Snilru has ring, cuuflilence hi tbispiir, but n large num-- l Montgomeiy, were consigued to the S. R. R. The Farmbrick upon .t an (tin roof)and a setsul Doable Harness, sets bmle Harness, 3 residence, Miss Harrison, except a diamond all spacious the l.lvety Saddles and everything complete necessary outbuildings and an abundance ol fruit on which wua engraved "Klla." The ber were fooled by Benson, Munday and tomb. and Lot on Cosiness; about 150 birrelsof torn m the crib, House I offer for safe privately my every variety. Much of the land trw-of Mr. Ashley Gulley, a prominent is virgin almost attorneys, of whom our othera and after they are taken' in a few timbered, abundantly watered Danville Avenue, ibe House ioniums 9 rooms bout zo tons of Hay baled a few H2 and Cat-l- e, sail, well young woman's Alto Hotel lliiildini; and 1 Dwelling Hous-- ts iu abort, a and a cellar and there Is every convtntonce d and father in law of and nearly all well set In for sale or rent. Aid ijoinB to sell rczardlcss at own Dick Warren whh one of which, moie times by such imposters, even the fgnner of Garrard, Farm in every ruspect. sired, such as Uttin, outhouse ic. It l one of No W C, HOI.lAXD. formerly of the Hubble eo.t. Vpplyto For sale, also 36 Mules a years old next Spring. .hes, places in Stanford . will take the caae U) the Court of Ap-p- most gullible will cease to exercise their Will Swope, Vosemlte, Casey County, Ky. C90 im j B f. W. LOGAN. 9Jt credulity. died Wednesday of the kP- v I THE LOUISVILLE HiM STORE Tf vf t V' Main Street, Stanford. URBAjYSKY, Proprietor. $ GABRIEL, Managers. Go-urwr- 1SD-J- ie-tu- rn 1? .. 1 Jim -- STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable 26-hor- se , r, (ir. i im -- THE JAMES ilfik Sr n ,' evt-nin- g pri-acl- i - un-da- y, W.B.MOBERTZ, . wk - Dun-Mil- mMmmmkmm Druggist and Jeweler, m,&ml$. &&& IIIK.I-1II- - DRUGS, BOOKS, I PAINTS. ti-l- j WAU, PAPER, -t welry & Silverware ) nid Watchos. Clocks and Jsweiry Repaired 1 r,t The Yulcan Chilled Plows, i t' O.I v- -i i J'-i.t- - citi-.en- 1 b sts N- - mih-in- gn m-.-- t i , I . ..i.l ami Iress M-in bo-ai'- nti-- l stre-is- , IR. photo-i;rap- .1 111 di-- r in--- s . tW-t- N 01-i- ri ' J.m-uar- y C ' FOB, CASH I 1 uf-e- O r . i' , a 1 ..J., ii Stock, Crop, 1 !rl 1 tirst-rat- e to-da- FOB SAZiX. 111 I 1 jear-ol- d 1 1 -.. i,r-- PRIVATE SALE. I 1 1 1 two-stor- y Hlue-tira- ss 1 1 U. ' ":r?K Jl Semi-Weekly time is about ao minutes faster Jonca Brjs. sold to I). X. Frcwltt 7 Published Every Tuesday and Fr day feeders at 2Jc. AT The Climax reporta the sale of a a year-o- ld jack for SUOO. PiSll YBAR,iy ADANCM Stallion and Jack for bale. Both lo arWhen nut so paid $2.60 :il .e charged." Z hands hidi. Sil:n Anderson. H. W.Gi vena bought of K. B. Bear- K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. pair of work mules for $100. Train naves Rowland at 7.00 x, m., returning ley a ' Col. Underwood sold to Took Hubp m tt j:o ble n pair of mare mules for $250. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. J. T. Jinnee sold to Coy, of Madi 11 ij pra Hill train going North son, a pair of 3011m: tnule.s for 5200. ' ' South 134pm Express train " South 13a m For Sale. Two irooci fresh milk .. North auV J5ra Local Freight North 6;jam cows at a bargain. Call on JotF Jones. s "P m South. James V. Allen sold to an Ander- The litter trains also carrv Dasseheers, The above isc.ilculated on standard time. Solar SOU COUllty party 10 head Of slop lllttle 1 Interior Journr. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. m I FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor in ulcers, catarrh, and consumption, uso the blood, Ayer's Sarsaparifla The most economical, safe, speedy, and effective of all blood-purifiers. CHANCF cent for my snrinii hatV Most nil tho den, Utah, ''never he afraid lo buy Chambetlain llllli" overstocked Owing the Tnrt Hull t Conch Remedy. There it no dinner frm It And inUrt lWd. Roots, Shm. Hale and the like, I academy girl have theirs." paitliiilatly te relief is al ass sure lofullow my stock at til ilts tiller Chamberlain's because ''So, Mary, I can't nparo the money." ommendand rellahle." ate am' I have found It to Cost IV he next hee niidi " ''might al very ret Cs.h be. safe 30c bellies lor salt rtvpllfesndellii Hi em ' Cos!, the puMIr ran The above request was persuasively hy I)r M L. Itourne, Druggt t and Opllelali, IV.I i...i..ur II.MMiAINH I'll Is Me Stum In maiden as ahe Stanford, Ky flet w til stand icxm! lr " days tmir made by a Dml Rxlenlon,llnreli Rowland and Hianfuril. an iNrnoDuariON was preparing for school one lino spring J C FLMOKF.. M.im morning. The refusal catno from the pa- Tolhe through car service of the Wisconsin Cm tral Lineatind Northern Pacific Railroad Isunnet rent in a cuit, indifferent tone. etsarv In advantages nnd conveniences hate latsisaiasi Tho disappointed girl went to school. been fully established. It Is the only route to the Pacific Coast over which both Pullman Veslihuted The father Marled oil for his placo of and Pullman tourist Cars are opera, Lot on Main Stroot in Otnnford St Paul without change businesM. On hie way thither he met ted from Chicago lirotigh tram leaves ihlcairoewrv uay at 10 t t.ontitiuins! t llo si ls a friend, and, being hail fellow well met, p m I'ho traxfor ix this routi nasses tlirmL-rrms easy I R WALTON, Suntotd, ml the Intercstlmr he invited him into Mac's for n drink. belt most picturesque, WeMern WotH. pronpemus of country In the There is scenery wiih mott strikmir contrasts that range As usual, there were others there, and from the rolling prairie and the pine forest level K. CAMXSITX, the man who could not spare, his daugh- 10 mu stiidesi passes or lnu attest mountains the world ter 50 cents for a hat treated tho crowd. There is a serifs of ihe noblest cities, towns nnd ,, ol village of variety When snout to leave he laid a half dol- or tho tiny every upward and size, from the hamlet in farm, , the richest mines in the M. M. Sandidge sold to n Banen lar on the counter, which jtiht paid for world; the greenest and most Luting pasturage, Hustonvillo.Ky. the wildest scenery on the Continent, canetis as county patty a combined y yeai-ol- d the drinks. ucird as a nightmate; hill., snows ami psks A full line of t'olhiie. Cnskets alwats on the daugh startling inof magnificence t their beaut) nnd a s hore for ?J25. band Just then the perfection comfort in traveling that has nescr Baby MeKeo wa sold for Jl'o.OOO. ter entered, and, goine jbehind the bar, been surpassed Kmt train ia the Wisconsin Central Lite fur iV a yearling and a full brother of the said, "Papa, I Vant 50 cents for my lie VBND0MK HOTEL St. Paul, Minneapnlis, Ashland and Dulmh leases Chicago at s'eo p m dally with Pullman colt, Arion. famous hat." WAI.LACK STI.KLI, Pr r Sleepers aud the Central's famous dining For Sale. 50 select ewes, strictly "All right," said tho dealer, and tak- cars attached. r No. 1, duo to lamb in a few days by pure ing up the from the counter CA9INITX, allaiiK'r, Cough Following tho Qrlp. Many persons who has e recoserrd Irom la grippe Southdown bucks. Time to suit pur- he htnded it over tit the gill, who dellt'STONVll LK, Ky are now troubled with a persistent cough. Chamchaser. S. J. Embry. parted smiling. berlain's Cough Remedy will promptly loosen this Thoroughly refitted and refurnished and fully reliesc the lungs, effecting, At n public auction in Xew York 4S May's father seemed dazed, walked cough andserr short time asc and a permanent prepared 10 attend t the wants of the public. A a cure joe bottles for . SAMl'I.K ROOM attached horses belonging to WiNoit it Handy, of out alone, and said to himself, "1 had to le by Dr. M. L. Ilourne, Druggist and Optician, line Stanfordy, Ky Cynthiana, K., miW at an average of j bring my 50 cents here for the rum-sel- l FOSTKD. liuckllti'a Arnica Salvo $557.50. LHily Wilkes brmight 515,100. or's daughter to buy a hat with after ie The best salve in the world lor cuts, brunts Co. bought of Mrs. fusing it to my own. M. F. Elkin it This netlte farcwams hunters, fishermen and I'll nevt r drink sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feser sores, teller, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruji tfthers list to trospass on our UtiiU wlthsiit perAlice Lytic a lot of fat heifers at 3 cent- -, another drop." And he kept hU pledt;i-mission, as all stub will be proscc.ited lo the fulltions aud positisvly cures piles, or no pay requirSigned. They also to be delivered Feb. 10th. ed. It is guaranteed to ciso perfect satisfaciiur, est extent of Ihe latv C. M.hPOONAMOORK l'hiladt Ipliia Methodist. or moncv refunded I'ncs te cents per box. bought of Beazley Bro- -. a lot of fat cows, sr I. K IIRUCK. 1111 1 W 1 - (Safa and Rollnblo. mesllcine for rMMteV .M.....I .t...i..lt ..fit . At Cost TovCmMh. UARF. r YOU ARE GOING....... V IO SlTt'ltlt HAKOAINS. ok NORTH THK WEST, . FOB. QAXJ2I aa Louiaviitc 4 Nashviuc R. R. Is the lino for you, as its kmconnections at For all points. CIII'.CKIsD 'i rav Pass Agent, - first-cla- 1 h si Double Dally TraiiiM Make close LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI THROUUH TICKKRs fiOLD. IIAtiOAOI. ) 111 II .n Undertakor&Embalmor 1IIROUOH Ky. K For any Information enquire cf K I.. CLIFFORD. Agent, w W PI.NN, Junciian Cny, Dap saloon-keepe- r's new-sprin- THE Enonillo, Cumberland i Louisville two-year-- half-dolla- II.K. 11 . m Double Daily Schedule, In F.ffeet December to, is'.;t. SOtTII HOI Nil. Lv! Louisville ( 45 p m 11 Statitnrd la a m i Atr. Mlddlesboro 7 08 a m Lse. Mlddlesboro ... t luprr 7 Jo a m Arr. Cumberland (lap 6 p m 7 " Hamilton Spiings " 1 ni is p in 7 " Arthur .. ... . .. s tj pro 7 11 am " Powell River t 57 p in 7 i6 a , 1 It. K. 3" iu 111 . " " " " ' " ' ' Lone Mountain. .. Clinch Riser. OaVmati I.utin-ll- . latewell jatpm J I 1 4 Jim P in jopm 8 . j.t a m 4 am 4 ji a 11. "' " " Washburn Powder Springs' Cor r j ten . MaLncTvllle Heverly K .V . X 5 r.i m for Kobert Bonner ha- - juiid SoOlV-'Oyou. will for 40 trotters aud pacers in the past '21 years, l lie nigtie.- -t price paiu was f for Sunol tmd tho lowest $3,000 for X. Centennial. as Sheriff. Subject Is'a candidate for Winchester Court. Four hundred to the action of the demoencj Election Nov. cattle on tho market. No good feeders 1892. offered; Oo plain light yearlings brought T. $15.10 per head; light plain steer 2 to lie. Mules dull.-S- un. of CirIs a Candidate lor re election to the oflice -- James Walker Givens cuit Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic w rites.'' from party. Lexington, Mis-- ., where he took his bride and a of mules, that the j . outlook for traders is verx ulooniy. CotSURGEOy DENTIST. ton is low and the weather the wor?-- t he Office on Mam street, oser W. II. McRolertt ever taw in Mi. i.ippi. Drug Store, btanford. J. Y . Strode sold tol'rewitt Van mecattle, weight 1,070 ter 10S 13. DE. W. potindci. at :;jc. J. W. Hord sold to Tucker and Hodgkin Saturday 10,000 potiuds of tobacco at Jc. It was raiJed Ot5ce South side Mntn street, in office recently vacated by I)r. L. P. HurTtuan, Stanford. Ky. on S acre.-- of land. Winchester Democrat. Has Cured Others cure atajo. O Koraale by Novel Advertising Scheme. device Iu racking one'- - brain for A A. K. Tennr, Stauturd, Ky m 41,-0- 00 J. MENEFEE, JAJIES BAILEY PRICE, car-lo- ad PENNY, Dentist. M. - 1 1 DR. rJ0HIST STANFORD, Office Hours 39-t- jr Homeopathic PhyBiclan, 10 tf. 1a u man -- he likes C.ifhe refill to Uk JBI-3 ue imi 111 uiu tier iu ins wyi, ne Deaerin sum of sine hundred pouudiu or less, 113 hisestait may bee, excopt he alwais i:ift Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Highest cash market price 'paid he can make il appear that he is be- (or Confectioneries, Ac. blestroth to another woman, then he shall Has with him a first class baker ami can lurmsli SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL. f"..M Sam Uurnside's gray inaro was stol- jro free." Bread. Cake. and the lite on short notice. S? RANK OK STANFORD, HiUGS, V UP, I 3II0W, e was robAfter the dear old Margaret had pars Jf on closing up) ith the sime aneta and under en and Mr. Bettus' J the same management. A ( Lanham re as bed the mine night. It is supposed that ed away the women becatllO clanmroua John H. Castleman &C, at provisions or its chatter, depositors By depositors in National the ma'c carried the meat 01T. fully protected a a - -- - 7- - a or their privileges and to appease them Banks, its shareholdtis beirf held individually stock Mrs. Col. Itice gave a very nice en- another act of parliament allowed them ) , Y. ELIvLN & CO., 1 luble to the extent o the amount of their to the therein at the par s alue thereol, in addition -- - V. u. X. J J tertainment Saturday night to the young the privilet;.) every lourth year. amount invested in such shares. It mar act at STANFORD KY. JS lyr executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as people, in the of a leap year quilt-inn- , an individual. "LTncle" Jason K a net-'r-o preacher, to which was verv much enjoyed by To thoie who entrusted their buisincssRank us of - iSaiu the Lincoln National who iu his way, is as original while mnaglu all. Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and a sermon1 their business trust they will continue to transact prompt attenJ. C KubankB st Hro., shipped two Jones. Herecentlx preached a. 0.XV.V with us, offering as a guarantee fcr J JliV.J. iJJJii.lU of muh'H to K. L. Hubble, in in which he said that during a trance he twenty yean experience in tion to same, our wa- - taken to Heaven, aud while there banking andas iiberaliiccommodationi as are.con- - Atlanta, Monday. J.J. Walker has a " tistent with sound banking. the Methodists, the l'resbyteri- 01 have ormed in connection with my Hotel, the ewe with 4 living lambs, all of good sizp. he HIKECTOKs: ans and Episcopalian, "way ir f. one CASTLEMAN 0. A. Swinebrod bought at Sam J J. Williams, Mt Vernon, Ilerriu's Bale tho sheej belonging to fide." J. M. Hall.Stanlord; MANAGERS, "And whar war do Baptsit-V- " asked a' J. S. Owsl-- Stanford ; Mrs. h. F. Fugleman at 53. Wesley A Embry, Stanford; brother in the concrey.uion. S.J. Commerce Buildincr. Louisville.. had tt curiosity in a well developE I.j nn, Stanford; J. "De was riv'ht at de throne,"aid ln- First-Clas- s IJvcryfcStable, ed calf with no hair mi it, except around Agen.s throughout the South A W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; cle Jason. its hoofs. J. K.Rauhman, Hustonville; And offer the services of it to the public Itrand "How dev cum dar'.'" new vehicles and fresh blodded horses make my J F. Cash, Stanford ; Mr. K. A. White and mother Tare Willism Oooch, Stanlord, Ky. "Well, de Uwd say de Baptists am W. A. TEIBBLE, Local AffOIlt, stable compare with Hustonville, James visiting relative at in tho Country. Tho S. H. Shanks, President. such unreliable rascals he Iih ler keep STANFORD. KY (lse me a rail. J. H.Owsley, Cashier Khg'eman has been on the sick lit for 'em what-hkin uit hi hands on 'em." P V ORKLN, Proprietor some days. Mr. Itice Bene, oflLincas-ter- , W. M. Bright, Teller AL IHJKNS, Manager Atlanta Constitution. It. Ilauhinitn, General has bitl in the carrying of the mail beginning the New Year, it from Lancaster to Danville, to begin customary to form new rcsolti- False TKbTii That (J row. A dentist ' July 1. NATIONAL BANK aboutI5ro. Caldwell will preach here next of Moscow is reported to have discover- - tions and as far as possible profit nADTTTH ed a method of supplying the human by experience of the past. Thc OF STANFORD, KY Sunday, it being the nth Sunday. Ar- mouth with false teeeth which will ' general credit system having been1 thur Burnett i attinding school tit Stan- grow into the kiiiiis as linuly as natural universally condemned by both STANFORD, KY , .S20CKOOO ford. Miss Kliza Smith is visiting friends ones. Dr. Zn.tmensk has performed debtor and creditor as a curse to Capital Stock-Surpluhere, who are always glad; to see several successful operations on dos sis our country, one of our young gro- 18, BOO Sam Spoonamore is on the grip list, un iiiiiuisii iiiu tufiii are ' eery mercnants lias concluded that - improving. Tho young people ncii Attention of the public is invited to tho fact but " refi.mish.-d- , is n..w it!,,tc1, rc!",v:"l Stanford, stormed Mrs. J W. Bright Wednesday made of ntta jmrcha, porcelain or met- -' 11 will UC WV.tL niKl prOIllilDIO tO IP"" charge and intend to conduit it so as to In my . that this is the unly National Rank in ' sne .yuoiiai llOlt'-- are llliltlt at the root of tile lmth Iiimcfdf nnrl liJc al. not but to add Under the proMSimsoi CUbl,nCrS t0 tolls,only maintain its high reputation, attommnda- lJUV long lul o! friends Special J depositors are ecured not only by the capital nicht aud were pleasantly entertained false ,.rl. .....1 lll- -J Upward into the ..J.i. i..., i... ihr i.ickhotders liabiluv tor an bv her and Mr. Bright. traveler, and fine rooms for clenr of this rCff that lias 'on,,ror hhedi.ployofsamp.es. amount eflual to the stocK. so thit depositors of jaw. The tooth ia then placed into the madc of 5400.000. jn shi.nucck "of s0 this institution are secured by a fund or the hank ' , cavity. Inimliorttimeii Holt, yranula. t,, Five sworn utemenls ofthflcondition A Firsst-CIact Mit- - Alice Mitchell, a society yoiiii;: Saloon w.aw i.,v iuiu nMlln OtIMIC I11UU SJIIWI ,i. are male each year to the Lulled Slates governassets are eximineil at stated times l:nly of Memphis, waited for M1-- 3 Freda ted jjrowtli llndi its way fiom the pa Slicll inducements tO Ill's CUStOtn- - AnJ "" MARDand POOl ROOMS attached. ment and it by government agents, thus securing addititonal jaw into the holes in the tooth; JOSl-I'lCOI'HC and tient's Ward in front of the cuMoin-hou-and perfect surety to depositors. gradralls hardens aud holds ers that they can not afford to buy originally established as tho This institution, Depo.it Hank of Stanford in 1858, then reorgan- tleliherutuly cut hot throat, catiBinj;deatli tho tooth in pmition. Chicauo Herald. their uroccnes clsewliere. ror exised a the National .,lUnk of c Stanford in i6snd in Hhort time. She aUo cut a Hiter of ample he will sell you L. ' iriinil ltinl nf Sffatn ..,. o? has had nrartic.-il-l v an uniliter the dead jjirl. Hispid that the deed The i;reat treainry vault tit Washing 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar forSi It is better supplied year oo rooted existenueof was tho outcome of Mij WanPn failure ton covers more than a quarter of an now wiih l.icil ties fortranactiiii business prompt 23 lbs. best C Sugar .... 00 eser before m us long and to accept Mies Mitchell a a social equal. acre and is - feet deep. Recently y and liberally than tlnre 5 lbs. Choice Green Coffee. honorable career At counts of corporation., fidu 00 and niemneis of was j!0,(K)0,000 in silver stori'd theie .Sara Iieinliarut ciaries, firm and individuals respectluliy 4 lbs. Arbuck'le's Coffee an amiiunt that weighed 4,000 tons and her troupa went hunting in (leorn-iThe Directory of this Hank is composed ol 2 gallons best Coal Oil 25 n would load 17.") freight car. .Sunday and killed hu...irda and of Stanford; T. J. I'oster. Peaches 3 cans 25 ' Foresttis Reid, Lincoln county ; else they could find, laying From the Pacific cans Tomatoes Haydcii, Stanford; J. 25 liahle to lino both lor hreakim; Judge A. V Ovcrlon, t the Superior Court of 3 S.Il llaughman, Lincoln; 3 cans 2 lb. Corn Rou Savings Rink California, President -- 3 Sunday laws and killing birds against and Director of the of amalor eeblc .Minded the Home M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; "" And many other goods in like 'ara i Children is one of the most prominent men mi tliu which theio is a penaltv. S. T Harris, Lincoln, the Pacific Coast As man enough to ailwrtiau in an way it espry one and as a aJudge he has held confidence ul proportion. A fine stock of FamJ. S. Hooker Stanford; lie u ui.ivers.il O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; esteem. A short lime ago Ills Honor wrote that ily Groceries and in Fancy Grostrikt her. he had been induced to Dr Miles' Hill.Swnford; o 111 Felix White caught two polo catsi iu one steel trap at the same time. S. M. Spoonamorc has rented the stock ectiles here this year for Slo.l'o. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Tho U. S. mail bags passed heie Wedne.-da- y from J.amaater with no DENTIST. lock on. Ismovinjto th Hicjiiis office, Lancaster street. We regret to hear of the death of Nitrous OiidelJ.i ciseu for ain!es extracting. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Weed Smith and also of John Smith, of the White Oak settlement. We are glad to know that the Co. list of the Tntukior Jol'k.vai. OF STANFORD, KY., has increased at this odice since Jan. 1. It now fully organned and ready for business with Dr. O'Neal thinks that Mrs. James Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. McCarley will recover fiom a very se- 19,000. vere attack of the grip and other trouSurplus, . 3 ... CRAIG, to p. m.; . HUBBLE. v J. W. 1'right bought KENTUCKY. some nice ewes at $0 o0. 3 to court-house- at Ilerrin' Mile u.ri Office on Lancaster street, oppOMte Farmers Bank&Trnst sub-t-eripti- ffi HI,,,' Kifts doses J cenU Samples the followinj; isa COpy: ""v ' -. "It ia ordiined that during the ieit;n ' ' of Her Maist llle?it Maieatio Marptret, II?r n n nvrn Desirable Harm of IV fall. XI like maiden, ladee of baith hisli and low ,kPt4 ,n,Ir, fr sunfor'i. w. II Miller r.naru l;o estate, shall haehbertt to speak to the parli-men- pub1M.e.l by the Scotch W'hicll to raara ol a'lSSlie AnOtllOr SCHCS Ol btOCK. or that ha rs sinftle sal- Any nMVtaga lares' sasttt wanld isc and sac nmr. nnu 4ki.il tlm outer ilits- - wnai I 1)fhel in pneumonia ,refi(.Ut mA bettlea fors.un- - well M opnciass. ta iasilgau. .. - ... .. 1, otiw 1w1mf.11, M.a was tho oriuin of a woman proposing lord, Ky than per caul. mr ewfaaviatuttsn. RstaM ea men Money 10 loan nf li anted moans to MC are a nssM marriage during a leap year, anil wime Miloa' Norvo nnd Livora Pill pnnc Acton ,, . DARsr it m:tv not be new to till it may inten-a- t stomach a noIwwels throigh the nerses A nc and .V J 11 a Htatute was, dco,ery. Dr Miles' pills speedily cure bdsons- many, In the year - shy and wary customer, the following may serve as a suggestion. It is the story told by the Sentinel of Indianapolis, of a druggi-- t of that city. Ho fouiKl a stray nickel on the lloor of his store one morning and resolved to po-- t this notice on the window of his store. "A sum of money found on TuimUv The morning in this establishment. owner will leceive samn within upon 'the money." The scheme worked like a charm. Hundreds of citizens came in daily for over a week while on the window, dethe notice was scribing their losses aud bewailing their iniefiirttuie. Invariably every applicant for t'je money bought a cigar, Some were satisfied with live cent traight whiUs, but the great majority, ansioiis to impress tho drug man favorably toward their claim, invested iu two for a quarter. So great was the rnh that the fortunate druirgiet had to order a fresh con.K'nmeni nf ihniet lirHmls .ione of the XppllCaUtH ever appiILH lor tile HICK- de.-cribi- g n It-- octch the cut. can't ctir lep. can't think can't do an) thing toyou, Ycsu and sou wonder what ails shosild heed the warning, you are taking the first eu need a nerve step into nersous prosiratien. tonic and Kleitric Diners ycxi will titid the bst your nervnus ytrm to Its rcmc-dfor testoting surprising results normal, healthy condition loltow the use of this Nerse Tame and Alt rails e. returns, gool digestion is restorest our upiK-titand the lisvr and kuluejs renume heuhhy action Try a bottle Trice jo cents Hi A R Penny's ding store l'crh.ips ou aic run y c Tho First Step don, cin't THOMAS C. HALL STKLI.K HAILI'.Y A..M II. W (iAIMS JAMKSGIVLNS S PHILLIPS 1 For Sal Twenty Ituildin 6 11 I I Kntssvllfe NOuTTT notiNr Lve Knusville Air K. A O Junction O Junction. a in 4 pm 4 a m pm 49 a m 451 S vf p in in at a m 5 st p in it. it) a m m S JJ pmio JJJ pni.in c a m 9 v 1 la pm j oi a n a m spm ' ya .. . " I.otH In ihe corporate limits o Rowland DA RSI. .Rowland. " Orrstan " l.nttrell " Powslif Spnngs " Washlmti " OsVman ' Clinch Riser .Maloneysttle lltvarly.... . . .. ... I oa in s.a; p m 8 0 a ml 6 05 p in I Jt a m! A tip m f 14 a m' 6 ji p in 9 at a m t 40 pi oa in 1 v p 11. a St " m 1 ...'ia ta a m Jjam; -- . . -- it Light ItUUHO. Mr and Mrs I oren I rcsct( are keepers et the Oov Lighthouse at Sand lleacb, Mich , anil are years aid I.at April bletsed with a daughter she was taken dow.i with mensko, fullowesi with a dreadful sough and turning into a fever. Doctors at home ami at Detroit treated her, Vsit in cam, she g'ew worse mpsdlv until she was a mere isen sbc "lunnTHl ot bonts. ' lir Ms Nw Discovery antl after ill ssse of two aHd a half was completely cutest. I amy ay llr, bottles New Ditcoscry is worth itawpnjfctiHX'dd set vo may at you a trial bottle fit at A K I'en)'s drug store. A Ltttlo Girl's Bxporlonce In THE F. RILEY B. HOUSE. Kontucky. im brttci the public I RILEY, Proprietor, Lane .MsxsataiH. TaaawrM " Pawrtl River . " Arthnr . llamlhan Sprlnes " Cumberland Can.. vr MUdleabatn Arr Sianfsint nsni timif f m' 1047 a 11 ass a m r 1: 1 1 7 pi pi iep . II H . film1 t 1 ... 11 1 at ; BU Hlj . London, I I - - " Mbldlobarn ' louis-llle at a ml . .. It I) ll'tlf p t it p r ti p I s7 4 4' m 111 j. m 1 tn-er- t sued, prepared Ihau ever tu accommodate Good Livery attached ami evtry ronsemence dm sue a call. FRANK RI1.F.V. 77 has e moved to my new Hotel and 7 i .jtp.i t jia t. ta 1 is p " I r l'l I' li) inforsnali W V I as I. I rai-i- , e .c.--t a n, rn K. li- - - He, let Lit Orlppo. MATKMI N I Ot TUT , el. ' ofthestlwe.i..wehveyet - that lias not recovered ca- IssAiiiaeuJe suhn b isia isaval at No ksnlthv- person aeesl faar any slaasramsis c en . . . Linuln Cfl. BuiMinff A Swims A??ufii!.lif.n equeiscsr. ikhii aaatiara 01 la vrrspssrii " sf"sssnt ss mtiui. as a savetst cotsf apd It i much the mr sansc insumi. issmaia nuietly at hotae and take CkaatMihwis's Couich STANCOIIIl, KV Kemedv as directed for a severe cdd aast a 1 run C. , is ur to fallow. ()ffiiriB farmers Hank ii. i J n t,r,,mPl " e"S" y io,Wncy of la j lhu to Mm 0aMrttKt AtsywMC is, tat, gnpne remit pswumonia im man) , ruire priei) remr treated si.ii.iim WMKm ? iSisSji p-- cr ' isvry aflaa4a itta isalilassiii a - .u k sfi ,,, i( l, of! iii,'ww '!1' i tasVt,iiiMt j f tinjzrnvmfm rSffiaSCSH I "'. J VN' sK ikwfK ''s'"vV:KAK . " ri.lv r,i(esi e to --- ) a .ss,s Js. f.RgJH.Ws. w m. St. I HHK.irr, iraasutar. .'J.LWlliiifMo CASH I Nov Yorlc, W'asMnfttm. Ilallimore. Mi 'nfcau I. nils Chicago ouis. Detroit, DUta 0 Clesc'and. Indsanapolis and the est, New Fojland, Canada, Phitadeiph.a. Otsntteet luoe to Hair dsburg. Iranlfor t. Ky Rtclsmi.nd. VIRt.lMA Shcrirsl and Quickest line In lloston, meat-hous- 52ft Tillnsst Solid Tram., baggage cars, smoking cars and Coaches, Pullman uciuir Mcrnert Ihrouch with out charts sisChailan uga, lliriiiingham, Mrild tan making direct coniie Huns en route fur Knos ville, Asheville, Line hburgand points IU Ihe NEW .(DBOiiANS, j W (vy y j. A y -- ' a- ; Insurance Company,! OF LIVERPOOL. .otic,,;,, car-load- s -- BARBEE& y, Ku-ban- MYERS HOUSE, Best At Chattanooga for A. Unu, Columbus, Wilmlnr Ion, Charleslati, Augusta, Maeon, Savannah, Ilrunswick, Lake tit), I homassille and FI.ORI UA ixxtiis The only line running solid Vestibule trains with Pullmsn Koudoir or Palace Sleeping- Cars n t Augustine without change lor any class of pas. set (era or bsggage. Sclma and .Montgomery, Hunisville, Decatur, Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points Shortest and quickest lo Annistou, iirlma, Mo bile. Uiicct connections made al NKH' OK-- I. FANS witLout omnibus traniler for (aJvcstoa Itoustou, Austin. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through tine 10 Jackson and VicksbJVf, Miss.,hhrevepurl La., making direct connectfcrni without omnibus transfer ler Dallas Fort Worth, Austin, San Antoms, Kl Paso and pbintsin - Nil TEXAS.ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. or address , through rates, correct county maps and lul information call on Agent at Junction City. Kv J , LKITH. T D Mil LF.R, D I. FDWAKD! Tranic Manirr , (i p ,v T. A , Cincinnati e . Rwik-Keepe- r. V-'V- L. Newport News fc Mississippi Valley Co. Chesapeake A FIRST j j J m An IIAIICn Ohio Route Washington, Philadelphia Old Point and the Seashore and.all Kastern Cilies Baltimore, Now York, IN . I s her-Mr- s. JOSKI'II COFFEY, Pro'r. I FFFCT NO.,j, Ki A ,s.;( ,Tcco EAS I 111)1 .. M rit Mail 54 l.fmlt'J Accom. V.x i- - s stcr Lve Lexington ' Winchester Ml Sterling Dally Daily 7 J'l"MipiiJop,, to ,,p a u o n ,. 5 7 JS a n.ntw hu no p 11 40 a P 1 K.u 11. .1.. f t. ,:.,'.. 1 1 ss o th - 'l l ,0 p,,o p ,. A p , ,j ,,1 g o " Huntington . it jo p , l a " W ashiiiglon . a j ia n ' PMladelnhla.. ,.M3, ,! .... Air New Vert. to ,,) f , ' ; Arr Ashland " Catlett.burg. , WKJsT ROUND j Daily II-- 11 .i. -.. souc-te- d, Barter Lse IltmtinutBii.. Ashland... . 4 6 OO V.ll. M.uui... SH , " Winchester Arr l.exinglou " Utiistille Ml Sterling Hi a I 1 n n (, 1, u 7 M "I p 71: n n p P , 'lioj S n 10 i $ og p 1 s 43 I', 1 p. 6 M p s p v to p 7 7 a ii;. a' 10 p 6 55 43 40 111 su p l7 ua pi j., 11 ji a s, a a any-thi- 2-l- them-ielvt?- 8 Limited VntTbureTl Trams ruu" daily lion with Chesapeake.V Ohio K. P. " V counec" to NBw -- I s.iv-ai- ;t 111 Shop f T. I'. ''' .. W. O. Welch, S'lanford. W. I'. Tale, Stanford OKFUKRS-J- . S. Hoeker,. President; John J. McRobertx, Cashier; A. A. McKinacy, Assistant C .shier u Woodward, ol Saratoga, who so'd Ethan Allen, Jr , to Mr. W T. Withers seseral . years year, :i'go, says "Twenty-seve(uinti's Ointment has fully demonstrated that it Is the most reliable remedy that I know of. I recommend it to all horsemen. ' Mr b. It. n Ethan Alton, Jr. been subject It irme the best of satnc faction ami "did mnreiii thn e mouths than other remedies had dune ill three years" I lie patient much iraprovad, though it was esldeiitls a dc- Dr Jlllcs Nervine and also his I New Heart Cum are e scillciit remedies, l'lieyj ma bo had of our eutcrprmiii, druggists I.11I tit spasms for 74 years Nervine far J punlc svhohad fnmn ceries, Fruits and Candies a display that can not be surpassed. i.wl SLC Fast .Mall 1 rains run daily and make local stem ' between Lexim-tomil ll,int;.,..l.r, Huntington and Morehead Accommodations run dally. Lexington and Morehead and Leaingtcn and Mt, Sterling Ucommpd.tiiiii run duly cci.,i Sunday Through Sleeping Cars te nnd from '""'"tan and New ork wiihout change. .Vc , mail House. ..... Opposite i'Ort-peutecas- e. JESSE I. WEAKEN. Having removed my ilarber Snop to the Com meicial Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate Indies as well as gentlemen in anything they may with iu my line. Children also waited on. Call JESSF. THOMPSOrs', "time. In Commercial Hotel. For full information III regard i rate, apply to any Mgcnt of tins or soinectior Lexington, Ky. rf'-r- ..J,' ' O.W. IARN.EY. U M., Lexington, Ky. f T P.A.,Asl.l4n.f,Ky KAKRISOV, ty.