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J Kis P m? Jntmor$(mrn H. O. WALTON, UufllnuBB Malinger. la Stanford, Ky., January , i888 I'libllnhfil Tuvmlau untt -AT t'J II3Xt A.NNUM, CAH1I. ll understood If that 81.50 will bo potted and demanded. I. AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mali tralu fcolnu North 1 01 r, m ' ' Houtb ... t ' P, M Mprroa tralu" Houth ... 11 14 4.M it Up. , .. ' W I. Local Freight North ... .... C 3S A. M IVJIIIU. ..... 0 M A.M The taller trains alto carry passengers. tbakoTk la calculated pit standard time. Holar I -a la About 'Vd mlnuf f'r K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tralnleavealtowandat7.20a. u.arol returns at P. M. LOCAL NOTICES. BUY your schonl book and nchool sup pile from A. II. Penny Watchiw and Jewelry repaired on nhor notice and warranted by A. It. Penny. A oomtletk etnek ol ewelry, latent tyle. Itoekford walUies a specialty. A. R. Penny. Tub firm of Penny ft McAllslrr bavlnir dissolved, the arcounl are ready fr settle rarnt. Coiae at once and settle. You may avc COU PERSONAL. Dit. S. C IIki.m iis returned to Cill- fori.ii. Mil and Miw A. Tin milk, of Juno lion City, were here yelrday. Tiiomah t). Davis, of this county, has bttn irrintrd h reiile of pension Mil. U.T. AMI LOCK has relumed from Miolii an and will live with his mother. Mlia. C. C. Firi.lM started to Downs, IllinnU, to j tin her husband, who has located there .MiMiui Maiiy anii Lunktct Skykii A.vck, of Iehanon, came up lo attend In funeral of Jim Beveranrs. Cait. Hamukl IJinn of Bristol, Tcnn,, spent the Christmas with hia daughters, Mrs Kam 0ens and Mla Margin Hibb Dit and Mi. V. B PknY have had enough of and have returned lo board witti hi father. Mr A. It Penny. Miw. II. W. Powkiw and Mim Hatlle Powers went to Cincinnati Tuesday, where the lat'rr will enter Ihe Cillefa of Music. Miu W. B. Fki.anp, who has made a big strike in Colorado mining, ia on a vlsl' to hia father, A. M F-land. and looking well. Mil. Jam rs B Dunlat, formerly of Danville, has been appointed Unite) Hiaiea District Atioruey nt Los Angeles, Oil Mn R. H. OuTltliic,of Hmev (Jroye. Texas, and Mr J. T. (iuihrie, of Hutihrlght, Teno., ha been visiting their sister, Mrs. J. A. Cnenir Mm. John A. Hauivmak, of Ml' Jean Buchanan, who has been visitine her, parsed up to Crab Orchard yreterdav Mil. T J. IIai,KV. mill oler, has moved hia family bick to his here and will in the future nuke this pi ice his home, we are to say Mr. A.C. Hlne, who occupied hia house, has moved to the reddenr opposite the planing mill. Mil. Joe 8. Joni left Tiieedar for Kansas Our. where he thinks of locating. He is a splendid young business mm and very clever withal nd lll suicto' anywhere. It I t" bj re retted though that ho has ben lakeu with Hie western fever. Dit J V. W. Smith, of Chlcag.i, tho father ol Mm. W. F. Packard, who I visll ing her, was up to see ua yesterday. He in a nalive rf thiscountv and mirrled a ai trof Mr. Bwen Onver. They rieJ 10 ohlMron and lived together -J I rears. Mrs Huiith dying laat summer. Tne doctor ia a proMHn, I'hvsieian of Ciicagn and is un urmlly well pruxrved for hi age In response, lo a dipalch Irntn our Congremnan, Oov. Mr.Cresry, w.o n'ver forget Mr. V. II. Walton lrfl yestetdnv to lake a pviiion in toe govern ulenl pr iring line at Washington Tnis otlice gives him up with filing of lUeprn gret, for he Iihs been a m at failliful and obliging a'lache, ami the uouimunity anpf' dating his .entlo minnors, unoblriiMve inline and generl worth, is soarnely l regretful. Hd gnus away bsiring the goo I esteem of everyb xly and h will receive h genuins weloomn on his return to tliH home of his adop'iiu, wtere he Iim dndrelal ways to hold hi" f' znhln. LOCAL AFFAIRS. Fori Rout, the store-room lately l)T Penny's Drti;: Htors. Iwa,ion dan, 1 John BaiiKiiiian. Ynu will save cot by pvmg tlipaucntint you owe the firm of Penny & McAlister if you pay before Jan. 10 REWAitEoftheuiHnwho.fou.ea in remark- inn that he knowsyoti are husy nnd tloee not wish to take up your time. He losltdown and take .hat time till your patience ceases Tirtue and you feel like usinp your Boardus kieker upon him. TllKBtipeiviaorsol the tnr lla'a, Messrs. J. M. Cook, J. W. Olvens, J. E. Carson II. P. Younts and J E. Lynn, are in e sit.n this week. They find the work quito tedious hut the lists nearer eiiuallz tl than usual. It will Hkeir tke them the lull eifiht daya allowed lo get through with the exa minationa. It hai been ascertained that James Bar' oranco held a $3,000 accident policy on his life. Oun clerer depot agent, J. A. Carpenter, the proud parent of another itjrl, which arrived Wednesday morning and pulla the scales at 8 pound. Lost. A containing $10.50 and soum papers, Lost it either at the dp pot here or on train between hrre and Cor-bin. Leave at thin cilice and receive lib eral reward. Tiik predictionM of I lie signal service tie parluient have been verified In every In stance but two since) they have been coming here, Yesterday was one of thu exceptions and It may come out all riirht yet. Tiik Assessor, E. I). Kennedy, has returned iiis hoiks and County Clerk Cooper pays them the compliment of being Ihe best made out and the most correct be has ever seen. Kb has done his work well and de serves this extra praise. A VAouant w.n noltl for .'SO days in Richmond last week, when he was knocked down for $1 55 There are several persona here, white some of them, who have no vleihle mema of support and ought to be put up on the block ami sold. W. T. Roihnhon sold 25 "hares of Boyle National Bunk stock to N. D. Ingram at $185 per share and 1!0 shares of stock of the First National iUnk of Harrodsburg to Granville Cecil at $115 the dividend due January 1st in both inUncs being reerv ed by the seller TAdvocate. Tlir.ltK has been no arrant Isiuwl for Jim Nunneiley for the part be took in the Christmas eve row, which would indicate that he is not as much to blame as at first appeared and hi version is that he was not at all to blame. Mr Ltsler confessed to a line of $35 mihI the c was dismissed. Inhtkad of 100 IfM dHlitiijuents returned by Khenir T. I). Newland, as stated in Ihe hurry of gttuu out our last paper, the decreaao Is 5171 againat 1880, the total nilU)lr that year beini! 785 and but 511 this year. The impln statement carries praieonniijh with it and demonstrates that Mr. Newlaud does his full duty in everything he goea at Mk and Miw. J oh. 8.vkiiance desire to thank from the bottom of grateful hearts the good citizen of HoinersHl for the mi remitting attention and kindness ahown tntm, while their poor hoy lay dying in thair midst. Mr. Severance, who went thither by the fir't train, says that they left nothing undone In aiding and befriend In; them during the awful hours. i ii H an ii Nr.w Fiiim. Mrs. Pocahontas Courts and Mls Matlie Cox, of Oreensburg, have purchased the millinery establishment of Mrs, Porter and taken charge. They an handsome and reQneJ looking 1 idles and come highly recommended, We welcome them to Stanford and tepeik for them a liberal share of ptinnage. Tho liuinea la not new to them, as they were engaged ill it at their Ite home. Tiik law firm of Hill A Alcorn ha dis solved after an exiatence of "1 years, Mr. Alcorn's health not admitting of the clou office work to wiiich he ha devoted him self for so long. Eichwillgo it alone in the tuture, The most amicihle relations have always existed between the gentlemen and they have made much money during the partnership. The division nf property and arcotintc was made this week in a few miiiules and very satisfactorily to both par ties. The first anuml statement ot the San ford (toiler Mills appeir in this They have just Ikeeo in operation (5 months and in thu time have earned a clear profit $1,140-1(1, which Is even more than its sanguine projectors expected. A good di rectory and a capi'al superintendent in the person of M.ijoi W. N. Potts, are to be thanked for the tine showing Tne mill are a h.g institution for the farmers and we are glad thev are proving so remunerative to their owner. Tiik Siunal fl tg pole is up at last Mini the weslner signals tlyinz from it The while Hag means clear nr fair wtnthfii; the blue rain or snnw; black triangular refers always to temperature tind the while ilig with a black rqiiare in the centre denntts a cold wave. Sometimes it will take the en'iro eel tn expre,H the weather predictions and nearly always two For inaltnce if wo wish lo pxpres clear, warmrr weather the black tlig is placed above tho whiln nml below it if colder, and thnstme apoliei to the blue ilig, indlcatiniis nrro colder, fair weather and the signals showed the while tin; above mid the blitok Ilig below Thn mer outv vtnterdnv was 4!l at 7 o'clock. Thr high csleem in whiclt James Snver anee wv he'd by the community w fully Htle'ed by the immense crowd of nonln who attended his funeral Tne leervlres wtre very ndecting nml were nn 'dueled by Elders Vitticey, Btlloti, Mont (rotnery nnd Ciihon. Beslilea there were 1 tl.n.ll II....!... a.1,1 ITito In tUa ( o( , No Mrrowlnir raUfea e,er h,d com,0,enc, lhH, I . ' wh,c,, thi lwib,e blow b inaennlhU to the feeling which animates the deep sympathy expressed and shon on every hnnd. No belter boy ever lived than Jim Severance nnd wn earnestly command hia christian life and bright example to those of hia young frisnda who re disposed to stray from the teachloHS of lovlnc trnthers and lathers. When the application of Mr. E W. Jones for druggists' licence at Crab Orchard waa called, that gentleman presented through Judge Hansford a petition longer and fully as representative In f.ivor of the license and Judge Varnoti promptly grant ed it. The regular sentl anuunl aeltlement time is at hand and I urge those indebted lo me to come forward and jsttle at once as I am greatly in need of nioner. Don't wait and let me ask you for It, but step up llko n man and pay me. Very Truly. II C. ' MARRIAGES. During the ficl year 9,101 marriage licenses were reported to the auditor, upiu each of which the State gets 50 cents and the clerk $1 60 Mr. Amos W. Scroggan, of Bedford, Ind., and Ai Lucy Ling, daughter of John M Long, of this county, were mar ried on the 4tb Judge J. A, Williams, of coun ty, look to himself a blue grass wife Tuesday, Mim K'eanor Rink, of Bourbon, being the fortunate lady. Young men who are bothering their minds trying to think of something to give particular vouru la lies ars advise I that a marriage license can be obtained for only J2 and a preacher cm be had at a very small figure. Mr. John M. filono obtained licence here Tuesday to mnrrr Mies Lula Withers and they went up to Richmond to bavu the knot tied. Mr. Siont is a mm of Mr. Tom Stone nnd a very worthy young man. while tho bride is n pretty blonde and an excellent young lartv. HEUUIuUli. At the Jubilee mai in It ime the Pe ter's pence collected amounted to $400,000 The Pope received 2,500 congratulatory telegrams. Evangelist Moody will arrive in Lou isville Saturday and the Grst meeting will be held Fundity. The choir will consist of .00 voices. - Q larterly meeting will be held with the Methodist church here and Sunday, Dr. Fitch presiding Preaching at 11 to-morrow. This is a prjtty good idea and we com mend it In thoe of our preachers who are disturbed during church hours: Richard Darnell was eeverely ll meed by Rsv. J, F Frederick, near Urhana, Onio, for disturb ing religious eervicts aril using insulting language Mrs. Welch has a letter from Brother Barnes which (ells her that he ha gone to New Orleans without getting the $500 that he asked hi friiod for. Mrs. Welch's $50 is the entire amount he received on the appeal. Ilia friend are vry steadfast until the question of money i broached. LAND, STOCK AHD CROP. Welch & Gaines sold 27 2 year old mules lo Wakefield A Le for $3,500. Wilson A Robinson bought of Elder Montgomery 23 cotton mule al $110.30. J. E Bruce bought of W. M. Lackev a bucch of nice 100-pound shoals at $3 75 per head. Samuel and J a me E. Clay bought 120 feeding caitle at $42 50 of Irael Brown. Paris K'ntuckian. A T. Nunnelley bought of Adam Pence 3'J wethers at 3 cents, and 13 sheep of J E. Lrnu ul $3 50 per head. In C.ncinuati cattle are quiet at I J to 4 05; ben hogs ara active at $5 70 to 5.86; sheep in demand at 2 to 4 cents. The Futurity suites for 1890 will he worth $100,000. Alreidy 3Jo nominations lure been made by the Ciney Island Jockey Club Tne stake arj tne largest ever run for in the world John S. Robtuson sold to Gentry I'ros , of Lexington, one pair work rnuleal $350; also to Ruble i Peters, of this and Wash ington counties, 25 small 2 year-old cotton millets hi $07. Curry & Rue and Dtnlel A Ooddard have nn hand between them 200,-000 pounds of Hurley tobacco, for wnlch they have been niWed 20 cis. Harrodsburg Democrat. Tuere were but few cattle on the Richmond market Monday, but the irade in mules was live'y Gentry Bros., of Danville, bought 24 cotton mule at S75 to $120. Ca ritner.4 itc Bsard, of Lexington, bought 10 do. at $S0 lo $100 Ribt Miller sold to Mr. Mi.Clelland, of Rristol.Teu neaee, 20 mul" at $10(1 per head; Sttnuel B. Fox sold 27 mules to the same party for $2,700. -Climax. The report lhi coal had Marled down tho river from Pittsburg waa Tnere wero many millions of biii'iels loud ol in barret wuittinr to start, and them whs plentvof w.iier lo cirry it down, but they did not let ll go on account of the llialin:.' ice A blood v and fatil uflmv, umvinK out of the liirce condiot naif lising waed In twtci I no dem ortiin faotiuns in Liuisi.t'm occurred iu silooo in Naw Orleins Two pirties of MuEnry and un:n mot, clinched, knocked one ntntn er down, and tired about 25 elm's into each other, rcsu''tin.j in Urn detth of Police Cun uiieslouer Meillay and the fatal wounding of eeveral of the other combstants. Many well ktioucit'jiusof ihe town wre en gagttd in toe nlliir. A disp.itco from Somermt on the 3d says; It ia certain that half the real story ol the wreck on the Cincinnati Southern has not been t dd Last evening the par tlal remains of two more women and one child were found. Tnsre id not the sliitht est clue as to who they are. This mnrnint! the remains, supposed to he thoe of four more persons, were dug out of the slill emokini; ruins. The number of dead here, tnfore reported was eight. There is no doubt thai the number ia 20 We see from trie Intkkioh Jouiinal that certain members of the Christina church at Stanford have determined to have nrreted all thoe noisy persons principally young men who congregate about the doors and eomelimes go the chinch lo create a disturbance of some kind This 1 a uinc In the right dlrec lion. The houe of (Jo i is br no inn a place to carry on silly conduct, such as laughing nod tft'kin in tho church while the nre on. It is the heigoi of ill.hreding and a stop should he put at once to it. Also "spuklng" in church Is getting to hi qniie c iiuinim of late among the younger clap; this nhoiild alio ba brok en lip. The church is m tde to wi ri dp in. All good christian people will do wed to discoun'e'iancesll ill c induct during the hours of worship Lsxinuinn Transcript Among llif jubilee pie-emu ihe P ipn lit a received 50000 bot'lci of champagne from his faithful and they hnve been stowed safely away in the cellars of the Vatican. This Is a fact to which we dtsire to call the respectful attention of the Wo men's Christian Temperance Union. Ii will be eriiiniitlr proper for that nugust body to aend a delegation across th water to reoinnslja'H with his nibs, and a- the Pops is a single gentleman it wauld be ad visible to head it with Mi'sSusin R- Anthony or some other uniasrrird damsel. fN Y Mercury. M AfmUTISMlKMS. DHTD TJT'Mnn ' A resilience In a Tery Ull IUjIM 1 1 alraule part of town with alx rooms Imldea the Kite lion , a large rich Kartlitn attarhH. Apply toll (. CIIAIU. 2'jVt( THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. The RTealfal reduction In prices ever known at WAI.Tl.lt KIKUW tint diss nborlug and repair shop Tbankltiguiy friends for tbelr ut furors I solicit the aamo In the future. All kinds of workilonnln thn brst of atyle and warranted to RtTesailiractloa or nu pay. AnTltilni,' In Iron or woudthat you waiitlveiuea trial and tie convloc cd. lianpr New Verr to roil all. UAL'tidt FlF.tjltf, TurntraTllIo. PUBL.IC SAXjE ! OS TIHJKHI) . J AX. 12, 1SSS, At my late resl Jeiic on Pork I'.litr, 1 uilliw westofrttanlord. Unco n county, I will offer to tha bl Idr, ray pofimat pruprty coaaiilnicof and lichen furniture, Karuiluu erery kind, Use block, Ac lertiu undo known on day uf ! Jan. ., 18SS. ,t.f.t V,i t'KKh. ITor Male or X.e:ise ! Central Hotel, Williamsburg, Ky. Tbla Hotel la a Tery deitralile piece ol property Hod will cheap and on uhst terms it u'd at once. For particulars call al Hotel cr on U B. Harris, Wllluinsliurit, Kt., or N. A. Rlchardon, 7v5 W. Chestnut at., Loulstillo, Kr. FOR SALE PRIVATELY!! Mr Farm ot M Acres, M mile south of Monroe Smith's, on Green Hirer In this county, alo Btirlnj Wagon, Harness. 2 Harrows, S bhoats, 2 Cows. I Heifer, 2 t'alres It uol sold prlTateljr will tie sold at t'ulilic Auction on .lao. 1 ISSS. (iooil rtt.'e Ciltesi. Iheie la a Biod, new box House containing Kitchen, S ted Booms and Attic. The nulhnlldtngs c mist otdlurwruorn, Bam, Hen House, I'l sty, Corn I rib, Wauo tibed and Good Hume. This Is s sulub o placv lo a store, e'or toor addies jnsKi'ii K s.uinr, 2tr HlKhland, Ky, STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION' OKTUU Stanford Roller .Mills, OS Tho Oth day of Janury, 1888, which Commoncod Buniuosa on July. 7th, 1887. i:E3tiUncts llat Kstale tJl.9.3 SO Hllla Itpeelratite 21 10,000 Umbels Wheat 8,010) 1,0 Binhels Cor i 780 KiuptT Sacks on Hand - - iWO.OO Personal 17oprty 2T5.00 Klour on haLi l,3il.82 Stock unpaid Cash In Hank I,7I!)V10 MABU.ITIKS: Hllla I'ajable 11.572 80 Capital Stock ., 1'J.SuO.fO 0 0 l'roiitaud I.iss 4,Ilii.t6 10,019.10 T. J. FOSrER. Jerasr, J. S. HOOKER, Secy. ISSS. Harper's Bazas! ItlitMruls'il. Hnrie 's IUxir Is a hiuiojourtnl. It coiutlues chn ce lllcrattire and lin art H'uMratlons with tho litest Intelltce o rei;irdlu5 tho UsMjuj Kaeli nuinlir Ima clever serial and ahori stories, praotl est ami timely eways tirljjht poems, humorous aietchta, lc Its paile n sheet am halilon plai c a ipploinenls will r.loim help ladln to e mi.ii) times the cost of the tubscilptlon and ptpeiaou agvial iili lill, dttiiralivh un, house ktepniii In nil Its brauebes, tisikary.elr., make It uwlul In crers household and true prom iter of economy, lis rdllo lalaare liv Kinid aenss and not a line IsuJinlttod to Its columns that oould otleud the ino.l ladldtous tnttn. Harper's Periodicals, lKH YKAK llarpti'a llati' "0 Hnriicr'a JIkI"p - Harpei'i Wwkly 00 Harper's Young People 2 W) l'oaisge lrio lo all subscrlbcra In tho United btati a Canada or Jlexlco The VolumeJotthoUaztr bfglit with tho flrat Miiuber for .lauuary ol each ytar. When no time Ii mentioned, antiecrlp loua will Ug a with tho number ctinent at tne time of recidpt of older. Moiuid Volumes of U.ner'a Bazar, for three y.ara bsck, tu neat cMh binding, will tat sent by mall, Kwioge pild, or by eipieas, Ir.ii of expeuaj (provided Ihe Height dei not exceed Jl ier voN time) fur 87 per Volume. Cloth Caws lor volums, aultable lor bind. lug, will ba aent by mall, jioatpald, on receipt of 31 eacn. llenilttances slould tie made by postoltlce money ordrtrdalt, to avoid chance of Joss Newrpaiitrs am not t copy this aivertlacment without the evrrtsx older ol Harper ilk rlrothers. Addttsa IlAllI'Kll a fltOTUUU, New Vork. J!) B$ PHARMACIST, DKALla Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. rhysttlani' rrfK rtpl Ions accurately compouDJnd. Alto JEWELER. The Largest Stook of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware Ever bought to tbla market I'rlecs than th Loweat. Watchea, Clocka and Jewelry Be- palrnd on hon notlts auJ Warrant!. Wall Paper, Furniture, or- 1 'SiJ'v awiaofltwATfa ij2h, fv -JMJ 1 iJWJT 1 - Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEARKHT. Stanford. BUT &BOOBBI1 Q T. R. WALTON a ini tsk a B u EUDk El H W M Be Ub x laVBlllllBIl -corn: It- MAIN & SOMEESET STS.v .IVD OJET THE BEST. ATS WEEKLY 6AZETTE (The Weekly Edition of HUT. the Oouimeicial Qizette.) It Stands on the Top Shelf iu Character ' ' It is the Beit Newspaper, It is a Republican Paper, It is the Family Papr, It is the Soldier's Paper, It is the Farmer's Paper, It is the Children's Paper. Tho Weoldy rholre readng mstler, and la lurulshcil to ut in Duo lkilar pr aunu u, nuking the prlto itea than twoctDle a w,ekper copy. It Is the bt I'.i i ulilkan uew;iapir In It la in the hid as a l.uillv uewt paper nnd It glvea all ttenewa with ticry uesnab e detail In dont tbape, with the lollowing depart-iiitiut: 1 he FinniH'lr.i :utl Coxumcrcl.il KviktIk Are given in lull and their tfJIkldllty is well known lliroughout the ccuntrv. Ueit ro tclegrap) ed overy day lioiu New Voik at,dClncao ovr our own wlre, silvihg tntuu fans as to the murku r. Tho ,a(;riiMilt(irul Iiurlim'iU i otio of the most j'O Hilar Iralurei and ha alwava Wen considered of morn raluo to farmers than y times tbetostof tne aper. Tnisdepailiuent Utartfully ediiod by luenonuugexperieuce. Tho Ctiiiuaey Corner, Kzrlustvely lor vcuoa' people and the little .'olki, Is one of I lie attractive and valuable features ol the Weekly and Semi Weekly editions. Original Mtoriea untl Choice NuIi'i'liuiiH, With the most ltittretltg iorrtsotideiice from all parti o( the world, apear every week in hotb the Wtekly and evut. Weekly cslltious. Ihe Heekly (Jn.ctle, In a word, Is a complete newspaper, and should be it ad by utery merchant, uianofaiturer, mochnnle, I aimer and prbhsslonal man In the United rtaiea. The Chizeeit) la printed lurriisv and Friday at Si ll'ajef.r. Older a aample copy for jour Irltnd or neighbor, TKXU lnduceunutato Club Agent, tor .tS7'S. Addtesa f "fttF Tho Commeroial Gnzotto Co., Ciccinnati.'O.