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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893010601 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 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T i - -S 'yVj L-r'Tli UI r' Quito an enjoyable ntartdinrant liku Helen IMnies was given by the Mtcsts OnmeyJ h !nst night. 9 . Saturday uiht. Tbere S flj oh a lrpe J IBM & W iiiiWMWwKimiiiiww V-A NUMiiBit of Stanford people Allot! Gold Kino Lost. Kinder plonao leave iup m- - fc' ir nein ncHWlMMlHiiuiHg 'IS TANFOUD,. lY , JANUAKY (J, lS9o at tills oflko nnd receive reward. ra V tiU ciu 3 l- -S : t 'P8 tluli; houses with and 5 inch ieet This clenont wea,thr. An exeelknt louch ieo plant, but it w ill doubt-losis bad on tho AMMwnKii mni was served which wax greatly odjoyod Wk nro Closing out our stock of rjuoonfl-wnr- o have all it can do next summer. A number of pteiwnut iinefi wan inand gloeuwaro nt cost. W. 1L Wear-e- n .awAbTON.HUH.Manager Tub YVIllinniBhurjr. Times ssys a negro dulged in. Co. it nwiiwufim fjfi cut Conductor J. B. Dnimlaa on tho PERSONAL POINTS, Henry Duncan, negro, was hung liy ll. C. Kui'LEY, the moruhant tailor, hand, when he tried to eject him from . J. II. Julian ia confined to hor inny he found ovor the btoro of Sever- tho train for disorderly couduct. The, a mob ot Imdon, Tenn , for tho murder of a white wooiho. ance fc Son. thsrlp. negro's wlfo, who was on tho trnia and . i At Nashvill Uih d mocratio Bsnate a ill J Mus. U'm. Goocii went to Aw.ftceountftof H. K. & W. II. Wear-o- n also drunk, took a hand in the fray and William 0. DlK:mtkfts Harro'$tourR Friday. are rondy for ttottloiiiunt. I'leuae call made soveral vicious strokes with n caucus nominated NQur Stock Kexluction Sale lias begun. Clonics, Underwear, Blank-- , Ma. KonsitT Mc Ai mtbii wrs over from and aettl now. knifo at the conductor. Both Wood and tosuecsed, hhusUns speak ac A wifrk tralrihnd n freight trtln col- - cts," Comforts. Winter Dress Goods, Overcoats, '.Men's and .Boys' JtssRintiitj a;, biiBitnwj. his wife woro finally put oirtho train and lided on thu Baltimore and Ohio, killing Heavy Winter Suits must go. The time has come for us Back Aoain. New Htore, now noods. tho man was knocked in the head' y sunu b. mk. n jhu'ck, iiiis oooi n:iu to bejgiato 8 peiwons tih wounding suverAl othComu nnd poo up old friondB and now mull, thu In tbivn yfctorday. place our order.-- , for Spring: nnd Summer and we must gel ntl-riTub Glee Club, recently orgnniasd for er. MS Mus. iIan.vib iU'iiics lias rental tho osjfH. W. )). McHalierta. of our winter stock. All of our 50C Novelty Dress Goods now resocial cujoymont, hld IU tlrst meeting Sam Jones is drawing grotit crowds Hud liousJ'-oVpper Main tttrnaL Tin: best resolve you con make with with the Misses Bnugbmau, Monday at IlopkiiinvUlo. One of hi choice duced to 35c; one lot of Brocade Worsteds 'reduced to 10c; one lot is to piy your N Mb. aniiMrHjJ. U. Monks, of 2oliu, tho bejjlnnhiKoI the ns reptirtml by th Kentuoklnn, all wool night. Over 10 were present and if the nre pifMa otfnO.-JCrow nnd wlfo. Flannels reduced to hoc; one-lo- t CaineL's Hairs Worth 'scfefelionet debts. Mko it And stick to it. initial meeting be iudic.itive of the Mic was, "A 8Hlonu-ktnp- r is like . lous, ho . L J. P.Dbav, repr'tAnting tho Central ducedto 50c. Our $15 Cloaks reduced to $9; our $3.50 Cloaks rc- 7JM Accounts thnt are past duo and not cestf of tho club, its originators will da- livas oirtho head of the family." K'ldur Ob, of Somwuqv was hrm Tues- It is stated thut Post master Geuor-a- l duccd to $2 75; our Misses' Cloaks worth S4.50 reduced, to $2". We' paid by the first of January will bo plac- serve and receive the sine re graUila-tio- n Hdy. of of all the members. A Wanamaker'o estimsto of $l,"i00,000 arc determined not to carry these winter goods over, so do npt lose Mil Ubli. hjmnqyed his family ed in the hand of au officer for collecis duo the club prohibits au inviUttiou to an as the profits of the governifient from any time in coming to examine tlicse goods. from Hubble to tffjjnfftxtou farm, near tion. We need the money thnt outsider, but is not limited to meinbor the sale of tho new series of Columbian town. us NOW. Siino A Monefee. We chll special attention to our line of black Dress Goods and, to ship. It will hold ineetfugs every two pontage stRmps is likely to bo oaceodod. Mu .f. 11. PAYMitJand wife b.ie r;nt splondid Minstrel Co., which jjavo weeks at tho homes of the members and Goods, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels,4,";- """v Hon. Luzon B. Morrin, who was our stock of I id rooms of MntTFaniifl Dunn nnd will Tin: sucli great sitiBfaction here last winter, oicb entertainment will be different elected governor of Connecticut by tho "Tablc.Covers, Lace Curtains, Lace Bed Sets, &c. Come and see its;,. keep house, "''f Sweeney, Alvido, Gorman &, (Soeiz, aro from the other. Tho one Monday nighf democrats two years ago, but waa deMiss Chrrriu TTiUHojt'has returned booked for a peiformance at Walton'H was n masked party and so well were nied hisollice by republican officers and Uaut a visit to hor Bister,Mrs. May, at Opera House, Monday niuht, J.in. 10. some of thu young ladies and gentlemen courts, was inaugurated Wednesday, rMitr m Trankfort. yj disguioed that tliay were not known till having been vindicated by reelection Mb. Jok P. Bcnrdof Dolliti;, Ala., boyH are tolling on dipt. Fmnk Tin: &H ti it k their faces were uncovered. Tho man- by a majority vote at tlie rocuit elec is here with old fi Sends, as fat and as Harris thnt ho presented n box of ciitfta of drawing partners for the buppor, tion. r ..rlm-nm- i happy ns ever,. to the railroad nun who addressed him ner tH1MKW UAJmMW.m ICAAttMtfi V MMkUR JttsMttarJUCORI which was elegantly served and heartily Uuc'tclln's Arnica Salvo. t to I'liuvillo a letter ns superintendent nnd gave anMas. Jok CofKKV T The btjt iilve In 111: work! lor cuts, bruises enjoyed, was by matching cards. Quo "Pr-vsr, Wednesday to uttand the Jackson Shuother 10 days who wrote to him ns chief iorei, ulcer, ialt rheum, fever sore, tetter, chap it tntiouB had been written on them and pi! hands, chtlbUino, corn and tl skin otop-tls- n mate wedding. train dispatcher. He if miihtur of trains. r hCbjLjLjL'iJ Vi and positively cures piles, or no payrcquir the cards cut in fantastic shapes. Tho ed. It it guaranteed to civ. pertect satntactioc, Du. W. H. Pknny has moved his (ami' t and gen- or money jrtunded. I'riefl 3$ cent per bor. John Hiitx, of the West hnd, hn8 pieceB were drawn nud the lady ly to tho W. II. Andorson property, on J. M. HUBBJjfcQ, A. M President. Voi kale by A. K. Penny, Stan lord, Ky. bought out the stoio of Walter Green- tleman, whose cards togithor gave the Somerset street. rom-pu1802. Mim Mankik Amori onnio up from ing nt Hustouvillo. The price paid was full quotation, becamo each other's NKW ADTFJlTISEiniVI'S. matching of cards proved This Wednesday and Is thu Riieat 51,400. Mr. ItiiTe will enlarge the stock corp" rC?ntetratory uid Vormal Scuool tea her. Superior roancs id literature, Music.. aad I'ull of grocsrie nnd hardware and continue one of the oi mI nmtising parts of the prooi r l.ilivr h horv. An Kxcelieat boarding deptrtraent C Ualoitue and circular furnished 0:1 application. & while Mr. Greening will gramme, which, all enjoyed very greatm Mu J A. Ciuei'Ki.ub a little hatter thu business, . 1 n? y ly, and resulted ns follow: Misses ElisaDr. Peyton tbinkw thu ehunmw for likely go to Texas. beth Bennott, Kicbtno.iid, represented a J. K. VanAiwdals is not Jliruagb Greek girl and drew Newt Craig, who Notice U hereby Riven Itiat c, the undorign-cd- , A fMilSErriKPAXTONWiw the flrni t opening yut, but is prpparwl to wil on lmc3grd ta torm n cltariutbla, rellgtou coriom'tlon putt until to Chapter tC, ami wltli the the public to tin hast ml chstpest line appeared as a negro; Louise Bailey, Jap it .in ndiiirnto!" the Ccr.frsl Statute of a nuee girl, tire1 Harviy Uohn, lTBole SU corporation xliallbear the name and jbw ti-ivstamp on it, vor brought Snm; lvldio Adams, IMuville, Phantom, bu known a the Kvangeiical Keiurminl Ssl of grocvrlM and liardwmr Inhn'i ConrrriMtion ntOitenhenn. Luicoln Coun Jfbfci. V. rn.Sfr, 11., of LItMrtr, was to this city. Gallon him and see if he It H' ty, Kentucky. It principal placn of trnntactlng J. II.Garr.ird, Manchester Bloody 'Vhero thi week on lezal business ami in at not the cheapest man that over sold bultk hatt boIhnOttlenhoiin, in Lincoln Coun- e general nature of the lui-nOidielia Ijirkoy, Milk Maid, W. II. ty, Kentucky Stopped at tho Mjrnre House. goods in the county. ik to provide the members .J Woaren, Hamlet; Clara Lackey, Sweet with to be transacted the Iloly Gospel aLd all lheprehlng Oi Miw kttij: Wiuw roturneil to her .i I'cople of Lincoln count', call at Hustonville, Kentucky, tiL.J$j o( Rracc. There shall oe i.o capital Stanford Water, Light ii Ice Co. Sixteen, Will Soveruice, Josh Dye; lock. The corpor-- on shall oommenee it exThk n stir's in 1JUisvllle yesterday, after hns declnrwl a nuartoriy dividend of 2 Ophelia Summers, Grecian Girl, Wa'luce igence on the first day of February, 1893, and upending a few days nt homo. Nancy hhsliexmlior w ywirs. enmnp January 31, 143. Hamlet "Trft el The Eu ancJMus. W. K, lltus nre com- -' per cent., payable at tho oHleo of Secre- Withers in Phantom, coitume; Burton, dcr oUicer ot the conrc.itioti shall be two form 01 P. and two deacons, who together (.lull J. iortably locked m oae of the pretty tary and Treaiumr A. H. Petiny. If it Buughmau, tho board ol trustee, ineirttrm ol ctlicu khall a M sm do thin well at the start a groat dual School Boy, Jennie Summon, Little lied be tw yesrs ,md the locllon theha'l Us held Midn isttuet. Helm cjJtasftf on ecnural mectuiK on tlm SutKlay Itidinghood, Will Craiir, Gentleman of in the ami ailThe amount f IrduhleJnwa shall at j Mns. On. Blaik nnd Misses Caltba may bo expected by tho investors, who January .1. the bor-- a fide value of tic corpothe B)th Century; Miss Deira Bauph- - no tune exceed nut including debts conti jctid for nnd Henry Fish, of Cmb Orchard, have evidently have a good tiling. rate property, iU f- - i rnnsy iiiri, it.u.wenny, to be pud when buildings are in pn)jrcs of ereciinnn, Danville, been tho Kat of Mra. J. G. Carpen- private property f nerabu shall be COMMON SlIIOOLS. To THE TBACIIKH4 OK Catholic Priest; Suo Bdughmnn, Desdo-inoni- tion. The corporate dobt excrnst fnm . The January draft baa Wen recoivnd. Will Burton, School Boy; Louis JOHN JLFHK.Secretarj, :-'Ikntky hns joined his broth- - Please t& Saturday next, oi as soon Tipton, Japanese Girl, W. B. McICin-neKKItniNAN'D IlKIOKNUItAND. 'I. r !.. ....1 nt mourns vi no, vm., aim moy b and get your OOTTr'RIl D TSCHAN. thereafter us Fireman; Annie Alcorn, Village HEXUV HIMJEURANDT, (will o together from thuro to New Mex mouey. Keniembor 1 must have your IOI1N SWAHI.KN, Belle, P. M. Mellobertfe, Gentleman of ico. OtXKIl)ISCH, teacher's registers properly signed by tho Pith Century; Miss Carroll Bailev, IOHK KOCHKlt. Mn. Joii.n C. MiWiiohtkk, doorkeep-i- r th RUDOLr TKAUII, chairman of board of trustees bofore Kentucky Blue Bell, Dr. A. S. Pric!, of the lxwer House of the Kentucky you can receive last payment. W. F, IOHNDISCH. Lady's Page; Gertrude Howard, Peasant JOHN GKIGUISliF.KG V LcKislature, was the e.uefet of his friend, McClary. I will soon have my Spring Goods. Call in and get, a, Bargain, as Al.DRKCHTS.TAMrTI.Y. Girl, J. S Wells, Dude; Mary Alcorn, Otlonhtim, Lincoln Co, Ky , U.wCRiber 31, W. 11. Johnson. my Winter Goods must go. J..SOLOMOIN. lackey, Gen- iErt On. C U. Tayloii, of Lake Creek, Tex , Anotiiuu Couj Wavk. The weather Old Fashioned Girl, Tom of the 10th Century; Nettie returned to Vandorbilt University, ufter eontinues to grow worse, tinow and rain tleman '" 1). Wear M re. Iihvh alternated till the streets are well Wrnv. Kinnress Josephine, J. LM spend! tig the holidays with his aunt, McAnally, Stanford high impassable, belugas slick as ulase-A- en, Knight; Laura lxwis Dudderr. Dude; N'tuctecn pxl Ko .and also one thoroughbred this writing it is ns cold as Christ- Kol'er Mills, Will Bnughman, Mksshs. W. F. Gaiuikm. and Artliur fat Kilso Whitman, Sunflower Girl, J. II. Southdown lluct; onp $co pound Smith, of Lebanon, are vlsitiui; relatives mas, ndd the following dispatch from Steer; 7 yearling Mare Mulrs, jjood col; White, Manchester, Bloated (Late Alexander's Hotelr) or and rood Mules. t Huston ville, Tho former paid us a Washington to this oll'ico received I) .M.CRKIGHTON, Bessio Bicliards, Priestess, W. A. promises a greater frigidity: KirsviI1, Lincoln county. Kf Wednesday, ple&vtnt call Tribble, Lady's Pace; Kale Worley, Jiimik J. B. Drssw who h still travel-in- e "IKiintcold wave signal. Temopraturo Night, '.' Rates $2.50 J. H. Baughman, Santa Glaus; t v. for a bum house, was hvre yester- - willlfull 10 to I'd by Friday morning. a5vT 7 Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-HousGeorgio Wray, Winter, Gabo Lackey, J day looking oven better than when he ffik ' . Satyr; Katherlno liaughman, Suntlower; s left Stanford a decide ago. Ji'imi: M, O. Saiti.kv has made tho y Jones Banghman, Hustonville, Gerani' ,: A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, Mn. Win. Cauo, of Millorsburn, wss follow iug appointments in his district: ' Albert Severance, Kentucky Pink, & C'.Mahagcr. Marshall, clerks. hero this week. Ho Bays that tho arreet Boyle, Charles O. Fox, commissioner, no um; EVERY J. J. failed to hecure a partner, as sho was so lof Mr. Leon, the man who ran away appointment for jury fund; Gai rnrd, Jno. EYE ugly. The guests bade a relectant adieu with his daughter, .Miss Mary, was made W. Miller, omrr.isfiiOiHT, R. K. .McHob-ertto their dimming hostessea at 1 a. m. .. , A. C SINE ON ? trustee, Lincoln, H. C. Warren, und'Tft taisspprehtjuaion. They were and went to their homes delighted with duly married in Cincinnati and as soon cotnioiesioner, J. M. Cook, trustee, nnd tho entertainment, the memory of which as proof could bo bad ho was released Mercer, Thomas 11. Phe'ps commissionwill linger long in happy hearts. rom jail, which is a very damp and dm- - er and JJIder W. T. Corn trustee. Judge Saufley's first judical act wns performed fcy kind of place to spend one s honey-is com. MATRIMONIAL MATTeRS. Vy.ioon. Mr. Leon is u Hteno painter, yehterd.iy, w hen ho refused to take acpletely taken with it. t.. II ' (ilAUUB well Will in UUl I"" iin.llilniiii tion on a motion to dissolve the attachV1 Tho buttons on the wedding dress of nuinmco Some were cap: tr.)inifee ilispatcbts made him. ment of K. B. Hayden against W. L. a New York milliouairo'H daughter, retured by complete r7T r Murpln. because be had no power in cently mairied, weio made of jewels and and handsomely ilCITY ANO VICINITY. ' vacation to adjudicate tint questions cost $100 each. lustrated NOVEL, Office Clever John Jackson, of London, and Get your birth stone liugs at Hanks', involved. but it was thOse n h?H pretty bride, who was Miss Nellie fie jew eler. Tiik impromptu bop ut Walton's Op- Shumate, of Danville, wero mnilo ono ii Colored MRS. A, W.JAMES. V. li. WKARKN. is ready. Call and nut' era House Wcdnoday niht, oltoii up at Danville yesterday, have our best Yocn account by Mr. and Mrs. DankH, was nttonded wishes. May their lives be one contintie. I injjan you. A. U. Penny. of Society Ladies, V i l ,i by or nioro dancing couplen, btide.s ual season of happineen. in the fashion Advorutu, Danville, iiilo a Tiik number of speutatots and proved A very quiet wedding was that of that ' 'finWrite for a jilcassnl tbrco times a week for S- -'. airir in ovory pnTticular. It Mrs. Sarah Perkins, Bister of our clever J iMMK A, Our new line of ; ished the business." cry. bean at a reabouablo hour and closed nt diatiller, W. H. Tray lor, and Mr. George Bvery eye wi'l f Nki:dki). What you owo me and need 1:30 a. m., a very respectublo time, Evanp, ol Intrrard, which occured at welcome ' that the boys usually stny all X Jl!.-it bHd. Account all copied. Please call cur 'itdLI. M..V'ednesilny. Only n few porhons 1 ' niuht nud ;o homo with tho Kirls in the won present. Hew Frank olHciated. " -- S ind settle. A. A. warren. CLUBBING , morning. Tho music was furnished by , BsPkw ANNOUNCEMENT Fou Salb, Ciikai'. A kooiI, Rentlo cur- - Prof, l.ott's band, of Danville, an was JUNCTION CITV. pony unil n very stood! Tho following were tlm vis(7htunJiqtor.dooin'tlt?) rjiKO horso, u nico pluioton , . . r Mibfl Lillio Shannon is visitiug her fcfc. A year's subscripotlBccontl liitntl rnrrlano. Clooro I). iting young ladies. Misses Lillian MilCoal Hods, Vases, I'okers, bnoveis, ivitcnen ietsi .incs, Kussia Middleburg. tion to both Wenren. , Uenuelt, Itichmond; .Min-ni- cousin in ler, Uliabeth .& IronU-ipeect. . Mr. William Hunu, of Shelby City, GODEYS Uossollo, LexinKton; Suo Bright, ol)li("0 1110 will Mvcnatonii'iB i W&l b went up to visit friends at Voidaillos. TTr JO.. rvr-r-i' a 'tS-Wi-i21 l'AKK ROW, Hubble; Allio Harlan, Doira liv nnviiitt tlioir accounts, winch aio just W W JhJ$.SXJhJJi CO . cTj N. Y. CIIY, Miss MaV Vanoy, of Stauford, is lottio MiMif.H Danville; 'Jean Buchnnan, arid due. Don't wait but r.y t ont;. Miss Lizzie llion, Ciab .Orchard. Tho Stanford la- spending a few days with y A:iuk Wray. Hood. dies were: Misses Annie Hale, Annie Interior Journal. Mr. K. L. Grubbs rutin noil homo ' niovoil his nlioo Alcorn, Helen Saufley, Mary Dudderar, T.J. Hatch Kii haa Friday, after a shot t vioit to friends in $4.50. ahon to tho no stairs ovor Jirueo A: i t'.v Nan aud Kit Baubinan, Anuio Shanks, Annie, Net- Monticollo. w hero ho will do work Clara and Ophelia Lackey, ner'a li very stable Mrs. I. M. BcAzley has returned ' tie and Georgio Wray, Essio Burch, Ma for cash only. to tho Tribblu Houso to loinnin. Mr. E. Solcnllflo Americas . ry Bruce, 'Mrs. M. F. North, Mrs. B. H. Agency for . Thk Ilustonvillo Nationnl Uunk also Daukn, Mrs. T A. Hiee, Mrs. Frank Mc- - Beazley spent a day or two with friends . . . a ' per cent. IIb in Lincoln. n dividend oi declared Kinnoy. Tho visiting geutlotnun were: of Harrods-burMiss Ora Vanarsdall, borp'itiB is now $15,000 and it undivided Willis Moore, Laucaater, James Yeager, .xid. 33003C-- 1 who has been visiting Mrs. Jako ; l , 'jL'ji . J"! ttas f2.lM5.7S. profits Will Brewer, Will Harlnn, Utter Pope, Tftnj l.is iiVit vtin1 alwas as Low as tliej Largest Stock to select Dolph Bico, Will Mnrksbury, Danville; The Bboihikad, BurKln and Shelby Ciiy Garrard; Dr. 1). L. Fry. Kirksville. The Mr. JaraealirlcfSWrJsSSrB: 1 BsMsVl , est. Mr. lhos. JJal ton Qt jewelry uepartment,. money order olli. have just been inado onarntor at Kowlaud. returned homo lss TRADE MARKS, punu m Stanford gentlemen were: B. II. Danks, Saturday night and has accepted a 1Ofij- DKSION PATENTS. es, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and warranted. XttlmW Our BubEcribers nt tnoso COPVIHOHTS. send us M. P. North, T. A. Bice, Dr. A. S. Price, pleatra. inako a note ol this nnd as night bagnagoiuon pt the L. & N. . Inn And frca Ifandbook wrlt to G. A. Lackey, W. B. MoKlunoy, W. A. tion CO., 3tl 11UOAUMAT. NEW YOIUT. UKM Miss Lillio Grubbs, of Shelby City, au far .ecurini! natents In Amertcsv is order, il they nro in arrears. inamt. Tribble, Jnck Hout, Thos. YeaRer, Harve :nrT imtont taken out br us la Dronsnt bcroro is spHudin-g- aif!ral weckd with Her Old Gold and Silver taken in fexchj tlia pubUo byauotico kItcu Ireo ol cttarga in tko Me W. II. IIiflaiKfl is happy aRain.- Helm, Will Wearen, Wallace Withers, friend, Miss Jnd oIm raves at Versailles. Thanking my friends, and the piiblic ite btSadlcwitlvWa" first lovo, tho Kro- Charloy Carson, James C. Reid, Carroll nwiddie, of Huston- Miss ,ouua r':oa,lu Shanks, Fraulf McKinney, Joo Embry, ry huB,9tlcan-')tronage in the past year, khppe tcuirei vYA i8 with her cousin, LBrffrstcircniatioa or any icienuno paper in iCQUy Honse, whtire he is dispwlug Will Baughtnjlu, '.Ja'clc Bojjay, Jim ville, K; , . aplendldly llliunraleJ. No ttttDliiscu 'd . ?f this place, went r.f.o :. Miea Wa without It, Waeklr. 3.JI man ehoutd for'cash. liaad. hia kK Baughnian, Carrol Balloy, J4 1 an,d Will Jy.er -li barwlBB hap J tfV9U3&' ' Burton., WLw tmont aatl call on him. t.wtv5 . BIWEEKLY -r lHTERIOft JOORHAL P. Hampto.ViiIiTppihI to Louisville Tncsdny. fc yr mz It was snowidK , "1 - "' - " iUr""V' r, ,n p. i v yvwff fi S jl 2-- I y, n ovor 200 rabbits when we wont to pn . m s iEiUUUm Nil r HK u All Winter Goods Must-G6- Gs d prtn-tence- e, - r by-ln- n louse-Keepin- g - S. tfflffGHESJir K $( V Wt-n- W"r k w emaie College. - " ?fi tf.Tr y. FU Session Tues&av, Sewtcmber 6tli, mm: -- 5ul ; m "r a ii 1 " "'if it Kcn-ttic- kv nt VW-lsi- u; F(WOTKVjCJULE19 3KYo an i lst T!.a AI1C7 . r ir hJ o'vs U 11X30,1 J JJO-- ain Store; 111 a, y, 1 Am Closing Out My WintepStoeM FOB SAXiS. 1 ccrn-fr- t d, Bond-holder- THE WILLARD. Per-Day. " e, V jcb-terda- v mmommv .gj, LouiavJllc, Ky W.vLOGAN, s, w CjODEYS SINE & MfspNEFEE ', , J v Proprietors of Tlie 1 ... AZ -- STANFORD LUMBER YARD, and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. ! rn k M-- ki Portraits nt, Til-V,'eek- ly CALL AND -- d) enn-Hidcr- 1 -- rt-- 1 o 'A KATIMG. STOVH .. -. -vt $mmr" '.J?'f!.V A n 1 . K't-'nl'- Baut-hmo- rtr W. slBj r -- Semi-Weekl- jtjhO M I g, ,3 py Jjwtii DRUGGIST ANB has-charge r JEWELiEK v 1 v L-iL- ,. 'XLA tMeivrirr wmmmt from.rices ti Engraviiig: Beautifully and Art a fcicutific wcticati At dkSiakS r.ji :), A: kz Vi ff !:lcJ! r.M. i - V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal : 'Published Every Tuesday and Friday AT $S PEUYBAB I3ST ADVAN CK not so paid S2.BO will be charged." K.b. at 5:10 LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 Train i.aves Rowland at p.m. L. a. m., returning AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. sopm Mailtraingotng North m taapm South .. 11 56 pm Express train " South - j 10 am North .. 7 5$ Local Freight North...... 4 45P South..- .Tb latter traina also carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar i me is about 10 minutes faster. QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE. . Trains pass' Junction City as follows: South-bouFlorida Special 12:10 p. m.; Fast Mail i:so p. m.; Fait line 11:15 a. m. UlucGrass 'Special arrives at 8:40 p. m. Muc-Grass Special leaves at6:o North-boun- d a. m.; Fast Mall 11:50 p. ra.; Florida Special 4:43 p. m.; Fast Line 3.1511. m. nd THE RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. P. B. RILEY.'.Proprletor, London, Hotel and am better prepared thatt ever to accommodate the publicvery attached and every convenience deJood Li tirca. v ivc mc m iaui. FRANK RILEY. 77 I hitve moved to my new Notice to the Traveling Public. 1 have had THE SIIELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best in the State, open day and night; anight man meets all trains. In connection with Housr have also one of tho best Mineral wells in the Stats, and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs . W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd InErin, Tenn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. frara, Proctor, C. II. Braura. Mr. and Mrs. T. "VV. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Johnson, New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensbunr. Rates $a per day. J. M. f'etrey, clerk. Give me a call. Awy f.W. CARRIER, Prop. LAND FOR SALE. Forty Acres of Land, 4 miles South of Stanford, ftalf. cleared, balance in limber, good orchard, oever foiling springs, and a small home5. G. T. McROBERTs. 59tf CC to IDZEIfcTTO. 77 For the painless extraction of teeth and other tsinor surgery. 1 have tested its virtue sufficientR.C. MORGAN, D. D..S. ly to know FARM FOR SALE. I will sell privately my Fanttwt 50 Acres on the Danville & Stanford pike, three inile Irom Stanford. It is well Impiovcd, wnh dwelling of five rooms, new barn and all necessary otituuiiuings; also has fiuo spriD. Call on me on the premises address me at Stanford K JT Take six bushels cob charcoal or threo bushels common charcoal, eight pounds limo and one BUTCHER fcSHOP. salt, two quarts air slacked the coal into bushel wood ashes. Break Butcher Shop on quito small pieces and thoroughly mix I have just opened a the other ingredients with it. Then tako Lancater street, whercl will keep at all times twenty ounces of copperas, dissolvo it in : : j hot water, nnd with an ordinary water that can be obtained, which I will sell at the mar ing poi spniiKio it over tuo wnoio mass, ket price. I have a fine, new, large refrigerator again mixing thoroughly. Put tho mix- and meats will always b kept fresh and nice. I will start up next week a SAW MILL on the Somerset pike, fight miles from Stanford, and will have 70,000 feet of good Oak and Poplar Lumber for Jale. I will sell at the most reasonable rates and invite all who want Lumber to give me a call 3i-iJACOII HAEFLIGKR, Ottenhesm. T TTHTTDtTD LUlVlDEilV. m "Why?" "You asked that gentleman to drop in . . . .i on you some time." "Well, what of that?" POULTRY MATING. "How can ho drop in on you nway up Choose Perfect Fowls nnd Hens That here on tho sixteenth floor?" Lay tho Most V.gg: "Easy enough, my good fellow, easy If it is intended to hutch ont chickens enough," nnd tho broker throw one foot In March or April, it is not too enrly nonchalantly across thu desk: "his oftlce now to separate tho flocks nnd Belect is on tho twenty-seventfloor. Tumblez those that aro to be mated together for vouz?" breeding. If breeding for fancy, reject The Now Yorker did bo. Detroit Freo all that aro not true to marking, then all Press. that aro not in perfect order and in good "Oil the Contrury." stylo. Thcro is as much in tho stylo in which a perfect cock or hen stauds as thcro is in tho stylo of a carriage horso if tho oyo is trained to tako notico of it Next, bnt not least in importance, choose thoso hens that lay tho most eggs and eggs that aro icrfect in shell "and iu shape. Some habitually lay eggs that have rongh shells or that aro of unusual shapes, nnd tho chances are that if such eggs hatch at all they will produce -- Life. birds. In mating sometimes a fault in either male or feinalo may bo Impetuous Colonel Calliper. counteracted by n tendency the other "Jason," said Mrs. Calliper to her husway in tho opposite sex, as a deficiency of hacklo in tho Brahma hen may not band as they sat nt dinner, "as I was appear in her chickens if the cock has a going down Broadway this morning I stopped to look in the window of a pic Tory heavy hackle. hilo I was standing thero giving as many hens as ture Gtore. When mated, I saw coming up Broadway n man in are thought right to ono cock, give Ihein good care, but avoid food that is too stim- working clothes, who looked ns though ulating. Give no cayenne pepper or other ho might bo a Inborer. lie had a pleas8pico and not much cornmeal. Sco that ant faco nnd an independent manner. 1 they havo plenty of exercise, nnd rather rather liked his appearance, ami yet ho try to mako them defer laying until near- was not a man whom I would havo exly tho timo for them to lay. If they aro pected to see tako any particular interpullets, do not save tho eggs until they est in art, and 1 was a little surprised to havo laid two or threo nt least. Man- sco him turn toward tho picture store, aged in this way, thero is a good chance nnd I felt rather curious to sco what for fertilo eggs and good, vigorous chick- kind of pictures would interest him ens. They usually do better to mate tho most. As I glanced at him" "Cynthia," said Colonel Calliper, "I old hens with n young cock and tho old am surprised that n woman of your excock with tho pullets. If simply raising chickens to replace perience and observation should for a tho old fowls next fall, or for market, it moment imagino that tho lovo of art ia will pay to tako very much tho samo pains monopolized by any particular set of in selecting nnd caring for the breeding lersons. Thero are many persons of comstock, except tho care in regard to feather paratively limited means whoso lovo of markings. The-r- is as much difference tho beautiful is inborn, and who may as discerning and as appreciain tho producing qualities of different indeed hens as thero is in different cows, or tive as thoso moro fortunately situated would bo if as much nttention had been in life." "Jason," slid Mrs. Calliper, "as I was paid to breeding for egg3 as thero has about to say when you interrupted mo, been to breeding for milk. Tho fanner who has n cow that gives inoro milk than I saw him walk up to the sido of tho any other likes to raiso tho calves from window taking out of ono pocket a pijw her, but if ho has n hen that lays moro and out of another n match. IIo scratched eggs than another ho seldom Imows it, tho match on tho wood at the sido of and when ho docs ho takes no pains to se- tho window nnd lighted his pipe, and lect her eggs to produce chickens from, why, Jason, you look troubled!" "Well. Cynthia," said Colonel Calliper, as ho should do. Those who havo incubators and want "I should lxardly expect a woman to to raiso broilers for market may start joke at your time of life." "Well, Jason." said Mrs. Calliper, "wo them soon if they can get eggs enough, but they should know that they will must bo cheerful." Now York bun. hatch but small percentago of their Iliimnn Honesty. eggs if they get them from flocks that Tho spirit of tho glad Christmastido havo been confined nearly all winter and fed upon warm mashes and patent egg was rifo in her heart, nnd she experienced foods. And even tho few that do hatch an exultation deep and thrilling when out will seem to bo lacking in strength sho heard him scraping his feet on tho and vitality, and will quickly yield to tho front stoop and a moment later felt tho diseases of chickenhood. American Cul- impact of his cold noso on her cheek. "Whnt" tivator. m MaesegRogR misivSDsxm'-itka-sP" a v jLS)4i4m.efi J"J& Excelsior. "Whnt odd English you Chicago peo-pl-o use," remarked a Now York visitor to a resident broker. Tor Sal I C. 3D. -:- FOW3EL DKALKK IK Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland. H. I. DARST. Rowland. General - Merchandise, is fMPv H HUSTIS & BOWELL, STANFOllD, KY., And Country Produce, Has opened his slock of goods and Is ready to rve the people of Stanford nnd vicinity, lie is ottering unheard of llargalns and all who want good goods at the lowest possible prices should call on him on Logan Avenue. House, Sign, Decorative Fainter and Paper Hanger. Country vrork solicited. : J. H. BAUGIIM AN, FIRE AND STORM h Estimates furnished. INSURANCE AGENT, Representing...... v' POWDER Absolutely Pure It ghest ol in learning Mrerglh. -- Latest United State Government Food Report. - ROYAL BAKING FOWDF.RCO, ; 106 Wall strait, New York. A Cream of Tarter Baking Powdet A. S. PRICE, SUROKOy DENTIST. ffice over Stveraree & Sen's Store, Main street, Stanford. 1 Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Enq;..; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. All of which are first-claCompanies. I wouU he pleased to wait ( i my friends in (Ms line. Pol. icles promptly issued. Will insure against torn, does, wind storms and llghtnlru. Lightning without additional charge Office at First National Hank Stanford. ss claus-esattach- A Si Stockholders' Meeting. of the National Hank ol Htistonville will be held at their banking houioin Hustonvilleon the second Tuesday in January, tS.)3, for the purpose of electing nine directors to serve the ensuing vear. d J. W. IIOCKER, Cashier A meeting ot the stockholders 84-t- g&ssgiSj jlxttehV stable P. W. GREEN, Prop. well-know- MYERS HOUSE Dll rscated by Dr. PENNY' Oculist. wy B. 4 t 4 John II. Cavtleman. A. O. Lanhars TJii stable, which l run n connection with the n Myers. House, has been supplied with A New Lot of Horse3, Carriages, ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, Odice South side Main Jtriyt, If ollice rcci&tlr L. F. Huffman, SUnfoid, Ky. Stockholders' Meeting. A meeting of the stockholders of the First National Hank will be holil at their banking house in Slanlord on the second Tuesday In January, iBo), for the purpose ol electing it directors the ensulag year. McROliritTS, JOHN S4-- td Buggies, Wagons, nli- '.".i-ime- r's prepaid F1R3T-OLA9S Srpphos nnd is better than ever isupply tne puiuic witn ff Cashier. RIGS OP ALL KINDS. Personal and prompt attention given to Weddings, Patties and Ilurlala. P. W, .GREEN, Proprietor. AL. BURNS, Mauagcr. MONUMENTS Of,all kinds, DANES THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Commerce Building, Louisville Made and Set Up in All Partsjof the Country. No Agents employed. Agents throughout the South. ig-6- W. ADAMS 'No. 4 & llroadway, LesingtonKy. SON, W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agont. STANFOKD. KY. All petsons havini; claims against J. M. Phillips which were created before the td day ef February, lift, will present them to mo before Decent, I.M. 11RUCE. J H.YEAGER o lj Watches, Clocks BRUCE & YEAGER, LIVER7, RED AND ter jlh, ilyi, properly proven. o-- jt M. C. SAUFI.KY, Trustee J. M. Phillips. T. SALS RULE, i .".STXAV" JH. f. CLARK. 1 STANFORD. KY. public. Jewelry 'And SILVERWARE. Complicatccl-yWatc- The above firm went spectfully asks a July si n?ei.t patronage ami the of the re- STHAXJB&CO., .PkACriiAL . NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have been purchased and nothing but turnouts will leave the stable. first-cla- ss Plumbors and Steam Fitters. Repairs and Artistic Engraving i Specialty. 37 Give tlicni a Call. rW Dealers In all kinds of Iron and llrass Goods lor steam and water SaolUry Goods or all kinds. All work guaranteed against, dcfrctive material nnd. wtsrkinatisblp 37 .!; lift. All goods sold engraved tree of charge. Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Immense stock of I'rnlt ami ninmrnlil Trfl smsll Fruiik, Shrubs, Vines sud Plants, rricrt tow. vt c nave nn agents and our profits ceas where theirs begin. General aud Strawberry Cat alogue 011 application 10 7 H.I. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky BirVour patronage respectfully solicited. Good for Flogs. ' Musingly i.he asked it whilo ho nestled closer and closer to tho coal stove. "do yon find iu mo to love?" Tlie most Celebrated Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. Two Unusually Good Offers. 2 REAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. &sssssssL I NEW first-cla- ss mE -- BEST MEATS "How" Promptly lie replied, endeavoring the whilo to induce circulation iu his ear. "can you ask me? Look at those lustrous eyes, thoso dumask" Sho grew more radiant still as ho proceeded. "cheeks, thoso dowy lips half hid- '6 pages) of that '".TALES First The great Holiday Number (tnltrgvd to brightest of quarterly .publics- FROM TOWN TOPICS' sisBHssW salHir ut December 1st, all news and book stands and riilvay trains, price yi cents, will be sent . " 1 '1 o all who send li .., lULIANVEST JFalls Branch Jellico Co'al Co., .Miners and shippers of thcGENUTNE 'Original JelHco Coal. , Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford land Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rail road crossing. HIGGINS & WATTS. 6 ing pearly teeth" "What?" Liko a startled fawn sho leaped to her feet. "Say" Sho glared into his eyes desporately. "that again." "Pearly teuth." ho faltered in a .dazed fashion. unBb'twiA' J saHtt' ga-- f - fWMrSNeM5 Sfcfer """ THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY vvS MEDICINE BOX FOR IIOOS. "t box (an ordinary dry goods caso will do excellently) supplied with a feeding trough at shown in cut, COFFEY,fPro'r. or in any tho bottom, asthat ingenuity similar way mny suggest. Tho box must bo covered, gThis Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now bet on supports a few iwhes from tho ia tny charge and I intend to conduct it so as to ground and securely fastened by stakes not only matntain its high reputation, b"t to add driven iu U:u ground. to its long list o: friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine rooms fcr This preparation is kept whero tho hogs the dlsploy of samples. can get at it at will, and is ono of the best regulator-- of digestion and promotA First-Clas- s Saloon ers of health and thrift that wo havo And BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. ever found. Iu many years of extensive JOSEPH COFFKY. hog raising wo havo no er had a caso of hog cholera and rarely over any othor disease, and that fortunate result is, in our opinion, largely duo to this "condition powder" ami tho means it affords tho hogs for feottiug certain mineral substances that in their wild stato they find in tho earth and that are essential to their health and well doing. This paper should bo preserved. rami, Stock and ture, or so much of it as you can, in a JOSEPH "Do they look pearly?" "As tho gj.tes of heaven." "Real whito?" "As the driven snow." "Pshaw! That's too mean. I bought them for tho best cream tinted quality. That shows" Sho bit her lip. "how little you can depend on human honesty." Sho was alone. Detroit Tribune. There. "Does it not throw a shado o( bitterness into your heart," sho Kiid, "to see tho trees all leafless and to hear tho wind sighing forever in mournful mo notony? Dw it not make you feel that thero is too much that is bleak in tho No llltti-riio- s H slK? The largest, raciest, strongest, most varied 4 J eatertaimig weekly journal in the world. Second To all who will send it will be sent Topics Tonuntil and "Tales from Town Topics" from January r, lSos, covering Nos. of the date Inimitable quarterly (rrgular prlc $ 501 ami 14 mnnthsoi the greatest ol family weeklies, regular pric $4 per yrar. ce-faone or tho other offer at once, and rr. mil in potal notes, orders nr Nw York Eschnti I OWN TOPICS. to at West jd Strret, New York 7t He ri'ovr TOPICS. for three months' trial subscrip- lion so L 3 -- 4 " I Louidviils n GOOD PAY ! J. S. APPLEMAN M. D., THE CELF.IiKATKD r Imih Cumtorhnd G.p FOR GOOD WORK ! English Specialist, Frtaer'' Promisor of Prattkoof Medicine, I R. R. Double Daily Schedule, In KHeet Now. For Ladii-- s or Gentlemen! $5 . Electrical Medical College, ORONTO, CANADA, Physician of the Now Examining to S500 Cash ) IVIy'D'ly A.M SO c 37-- t. world?" Southern Medfcalllnstitute, LOUISVILLE, KY. I. 7 M "No." ho answered, "it weally door, not." "Why?" 7 "J 8 Q u . J "Because my papa is in tho coal business." Washington Star. TIiiioN Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, Jan, 31, and until noon Feb. 1st. Returning every lour weeks during the year. Dr. Appleman 11 ij'Ui'.idii.itref llellevue Hospital Medic ul College, New York City, and the Electrical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. Ho has raade a special study ol the diseases he treated id the great llellevue and Charity Hospital fur several years and rccogliies notupcrior in diagnosing and treating Chronic Diseases. He deotes all his time to the treatment of chronic nnd nervous diseases of both f xcs and his skill as nn expert in this class ol caie i well established. Treat sue o 36 9 31 9 4! II XiVi ........Y ,.K. .V 0. junc'tMn.!..! ..Ileverly ..Maloneysille. ' Knox villr I?'ly r. M. 5 4V 5 3 Sjo '. According to results aecomnliehctl ; iu addition to a liberal eomuiMoti of twenty per cent. I 6 jo S3 7 41 Also J 9 S05 I S 1003 10 IS Ill 31 83 45 or. .Liittrell .Corryton 35 jo 4 4 GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. No ' ( WILLI A9I iuMOREL AND, Dealer above. the Solicited. Stock .Cattle and Sheep a specialty. Person havinsf any' of tho asjovc. described stock for al or wishing to purcha same, will do well to call on or address me. An experience of fifteen 'years to tKbuiincs haa been of fcrofit to me and I think I dfis mako it profitable both to the buyer 100 and seuer.M. u. aaurms. SUuford J Ky. (jmce 31 use oiyrrs Mouse, N . Orders for Oattle, Sheep and Hogs .: 644 j; o 15 Mrs. D'Avnoo Thoso street ropairora .Tazewell 3 3J n havo got through at last. 11 17 i'owell Ktver 300 007 11 ") 9 54 .Arthur 4 S5 Mr. D'Avnoo Thoy havo? Homo. .Four Smsrnw.. II 6 4l 5 50 Mrs. D'Avnoo Yes; they have taken .Arthur IMS 9 51 3.1 S4t z i S3 llfiw and Horse lVril. .Hamilton Slirlngs...., 57 10 aa away their red lantern. " 0,1110 09 .Cumherlatul Gap...,, s ll S 10 la Whilo my neighbors havo been com Mr. D'Avnoo Taken away thoir red .Tunnel Junction ia en o 13 5 13, ..M. II. Junction.......... plaining of tho laziness of their hens in lantern? Well, well! Another old land ceslully, and 12 16 10 as I 59 a 00 .Ml(ldleloro....... j ao! 10 5 producing eggs this winter our liens mark gone. Now York Weekly. have been remarkably prolific. About NORTH HOUND. Acute nnd Chronic Catarrh Klnzing in Ears tho second week in December our boys Might Jimt h Well llato IO Kp Diseases ol Eye, Ear, Nose, Ihroat Leave Cumberland Cap, L.J& N...., Dea'nest, began to give them what they called ' ' Corbln .... Bunker Nice hat of yours. Lungs', Kidney, Urin.vy nnd liladder troubles, 50 p in " Livingston " llrtght's Dueate, Duhetrs, Dyspepsia, Coosti- "horso feed" every morning for break30 a in Hill Yes. That hat cost mo eight dol" Wiuchestur " 3 45 am ?ntion, Rhcunintiim aud l'uralysis, Kpilepiyor fast. Tho stuff is wanned and flavored lars. " Lexington ," .. ...... ,1 jo a m cured. " .... .... 4,joa m ' with a small quantity of cayenne pepParis Young or middle aged men suffering from I thought yon won it on tho Bunker " liupotcncy, Eruptions, the results ol Arrivo Iuisvllle 7 05 a m per. Tablo scraps are also given them, election. " .... " Ciiiciniiati 7 so a m errors or excesses, should call belcro It is too latu. and they eat all with n good uppetite. NV'e gtirautee a euro if cae has not gone too. far. SfTD"TH HOlfND. Hill Did. I bet with my wifo. Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the tace Now for tho result. Wo havo nino Clothier and Furnisher. "lTSTKC Leave Cincinnati 7 3 P nl permanently removed . 8 4j p m " Louisville laying hens, but up to tho timo when wo pm Arrivo I'aris begau to give tho "horso feed" we got Lexington ,.n 30 pm 15 Live Stuck Points. " Wincnester egg now and then. Since that 10 pm ....11 only an "Let that bull spend his vacation in a As Syphilis, Scrofula) Stricture, Gleet, utc, .... Livingston 4J a m timo our success has been wonderful. .. " t'orbin remedies. 3 30 a m tread power." says Tho Hural1 New cured by never failing such as ; During tho last threo weeks of DecemCumberland Gap Lcucorrhea, painful Diseases of women, 5 IS a m Menstruation, Displacement ot 'Womb, bearing ber, by the daily record, wo have gath- Yorker. down pain in back, relieved in short time. Tho American Shcrt Horn Breeders eggs, all of good size. ered eighty-siThe Doctor carries all his portable instruments I'ullmau I'alaco Car Kuoxvillo to Cincinnati Tho hens still continuo their laudable association had at its lust annual meeting and comes prepared to examine the most obscure without change. and surgical case?, Connections mado with all trains North and work, and yesterday ono of my boya the comfortablo sum of $21,000 in bank. medical He undertakes no incurable dicases but cures North-weat Csand Central depot, Ciiiciiin.iti. Through tickets on R.1I0 at City Ticket olhco The color crazo is in reality foolish- hundreds given up to die.' brought from tho coop six eggs. Some ilSGay street and Depot Ticket otlice, foot Wsst of my friends keep from ten to twenty ness. Tho only merit in it is that whilo Main street, Knoxvllle. CONSULTATIi 'REE given color in live stock is tho fashion For any Information as to routes, rates, etc. aphens each, but they don't get a singlo a ply to ' And Confidential, egg nnd 'liavo not for a long time. it enables tho fortunate owner of beasts W. A. HLV. Acting Gen'll'i" Agt., J. S Al Edward M. Skidmoro in Rural Now of that particular shado to get a little I HENRY A. SMITH, City Ticket Agt, Ky. Knoxviiie, Tenu Yorker. better price for his animals. Cluing. 1025 10 10 10 7 9l Washburn Williams Springs,. ..Otkinau Clinch lilver Lone MouiiUia.. . 1'owslvr Spring 47j . 4' 7J 7 3i 139 7 3 39j 7 00 6 55 " " 35' Impossibilities or Uncertain- , Every thing Fair, Honor- able, Plain and Positive. ties. Sco programmes in the ; Permanently Cures liMfy Enquirer of our Fourth Annual ('outcst among A gcnU for lurgcot clubn LfSr 11 l.t. TO ...-- .II 1 a, An Agency for tho Weekly Enquirer ono for is a profitable bueinees. It u tho beet school in tho world to prepare 11 o Blood and Skin Diseases. ..-- 10 1 x st business contact with tho public, u etepping-stonto business qualification and future prosperity. Wo want good Agents to solicit fori subscriptions. The inducements aro extra good. ' ENQUIRER rnMDiuv VIAHUiATI, VJf JK.t-t- i -. ;l . i u 3iLS I . i