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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889102901 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 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. THE Y. M. E. A. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1889. NO. 74 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. DANVILLE. BOYLE l A protracted meeting was bejitin at Curt Itohiuson, our present deputy ; The Young Editors Havo a Delightful Meet. mid next high HhurillY, is delightfully the ChriHtiau church Sunday and will Bowling Green. Ing nt huppy over the appearance of a hoy at continue for several days. Not even those nieinbcis who wore It in house. J. II. Otter ell'ected a sale of his Mother and babe both doinu niostruuiKiiinoof stirccss, when the youim well. property, known as the "town hill," men of tho Kentucky Press Association Co Jojn K i,,ulkiicr is here with near Mt. Vernon, last week, for $."00. formed at Mammoth Cave in .Inn.. hut n iIalI,'HrmvI)( who lllW Since the bird law has expiied the younger orpu.rnt..... known as the , tl0 ,,r,ck ,.,,. , llt Mi.ldleboro hunteis are playing havoc with the . YounKIcii'sF.ilitorl.il Association, could , . , , . ,. bird, wliich are said to be more plentikj? IMIlt t'kVf n t Wl lilt; IIW1I1U have expected n better or more largely Our trade has been so enormous this Kail that vc find vc will have for a few" day, tiov. .1. H. McCreary ful than usual. nttended meeting than wiih held at Mow- Judging from the amount of talk wa mixing with liin contitueiitH and earlier than usual, consequently our buyer is in the city to k llnjr Green Friday and .S.ttuiday of last ivinu iiccouiitH of his Htewardhip on about AI. U. Field' show here Week. It was their llrst cfl'ort and the Monday, court day. .lame M. Laytou (Monday) ho will haveacrowded house, this Week and We Will open up for faet that Home HO of the youngsters, ill- Iiuh rented ami moved into the old Hurn-id- c If any show deserves patronage his cer eluding a number of the moat brilliant tainly doe. place on the Richmond pike. pen pushers of the tripo.l, were piesent An oiler was made to it young lady John II. Woodcock has introduced FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. nnd worked hard for the furtherance of a wonderful water into this community b' her brother to take her choice bethe cause, is some evidence that the or- ni.ick lterkshire boar for sale. G. known a the "Microbe. Killer." He tween u seal skin cloak or go South and ganization is, and will be, it successful has been drinking it for ten daya ami spend the winter. She still lingers. T. Mcltoberts. Jr. one, notwithstanding come of the older leel.s very much benellted by it use. It What is it it woman would not do for a -- V. O.t'ow nn wild 13 head of heads of tho K. P. A. to the contrary. i claimed and has been thoroughly seal skin? Allen at H to J. Jiol's The young men now have their motociif The matrimonial boom is still on. Win. Heck sold to A. T. Nunnelly pioven that thi water destroys the mition under headwny, and while nothing -- THK in the system, and iw the physi- Such a boom strikes our town once in ' '.'() bead of 1,",00 pound cattle at :il to '.i. crobe MOST- exceedingly reiuarkitble may ever be I hose who do not take ad- -' M. S. IliMighiniiu wild ills flue l'roc- - cian claim thev arc the seat of all dis ten years. achieved, nothing but good can come Knott j.ick to . Y. Saiidens, of Mis- - ease, when they are destroyed the pa- vantage of it this time will be in the from It, and it does not seem to be mik- t tor soup when the time rolls around ag.iiin tient in u.i t net well. Hourl, forll.IWO. ing tin) great a favor of some of those ..I A Mr. liarnea, of Kuoxville, is here as some of us will bu turning gray. .1 1.1... ,, I.".. ...!.! I ., l .. .1. . .Mlllll I,. I'lIX HIIIIIIIUII II I. I !...! II. . llivuiiiurr. in me urn iirwciniiiiii mm iiiisi- i Louis Colin, who lias been in the "Wt trying to establish a branch agency for V""-?m ' opposed it from the start and have con- the Southern Itullding and Iian Associ- clothing business here for a number of ....-.. tinued to do wi on and on, to give the him been tested in ation. We have a home association bete years, will move his stock of goods to A cotton-picke- r ... .. .....!.! ii f..ll nl... .""Mississippi which does tho work of 100 in which thehtock has not all been taken Middlesborough about the Hrstof Noto meet with their approbation. A better move, we think, man- - mid a it lia been paying such good div- vember. Promptly at !! o'clock In Potter's Op negroes in an entirely satisfactory idends and improving our town also, we would be to go to Harlan, neighboring ' n,'r -era House at Howling Green, which by OK HCurt.. of Kminence recent-IuUvlll- ... would advise our people to invest in a town to Middlesborough and go into the wav Is the tlnest in the State ou.Hldeof You can get undertaking business. wilil l ham Hrowii 18 head offatgra.le strictly home institution. ......... i lr.M.I.!..nt It. K. -Mnrn.iiLi.tiir The opening exercises of the WoHereford that nvcr.ined 1,700 pound, at stock in the Luicaster II. & L. A. at any called the meeting to order. The ad- time. man's Church Kxtension Society of the ilreM of welcome which wan to be made Lewis Pettus, a former colored resi- Kentucky Conference, Methodist church, -- The flft'i.OOO Htallion, Axtell, will .. .I..llv..r...l I... Mr I... f ........ f...lll. will be held in the Methodist church make the Heanon at 11,100, just double dent of this place, who ha been at Thomas W. TIio.iuh, a younK lawyer of for about three months, was Tuesday night, the IftUh, Miss Sue Benthe fee ever chafed before by a trot-kethat city, in a iiuwt pleaniiiK ityle. The brought home badly wounded the other nett, of Richmond, Secretary, will be of the city were virtually turned tiiiiSBlnllltiii. AND SHOES, -- Mo. KhIiii I.iw nhipped ..S ntr- - morning. He and a colored desperado present nnd many other women delec" mill Mr. TlimiioHln! over to lonilHOl cattle liil.s wet'K which com. nun by the name of Jes.se James emptied gates from different places. Dr. Morton, the name of the city at !urp pivu a wel- A, They were a Hplendid lot. their revolvers at each other in the of Louisville, will bo present and tnke That has ever been shown in Stanford. We don't advertise low prices come that made each member at perfect from ItJ to booming city and without much harm pirtin the exercises. Those who atPari Itecord. liberty to do what ho wImIilm! or o where on old goods or cry overstocked, but we sell more new goods for a HniHsflelil A-- Co. sold .'50 shorthorns to each other, after which Jnines' wife tend will be doubly paid for so doing. he would while in that domain. Harry $:H) to $1,350 ran to him with a shot guiiwhicti lie dollar than any other house in town. Come and see us at the McCarty cxpn-wivi- l tlie thank of the at auction last week at from CHURCH AFFAIRS. bringing took, and Hring at Pettus, tilled bis face clover way Uenick Hro'. Duke of Airdrie lioyn in hia clwracterihticly I with shot, putting out one eye. Hev. A. S. Molfett is holding a meetafter which biiHiueKH was pine in to. An the lattei amount. There were no cattle of conseiuenco ing at Carlisle. hour and a half later uu adjournment LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. on the I.aueatcr market yesterday. A Hev. It. It. Noel's meeting a Hrodtill next morning at 10 was made, when few mules sold at $100 to $1 10 and plug The fall term of the Jackson Circuit head closed yesterday with SS additions. cnrriiiKffl awaited the member at the Court convened at McKee Monday. at $15 to $50. orn-rliotiM! door to viit the public hoises Tlio varied nature of Pennsylvania A special common pleas court conA, M. Feiaiid sold to H. It. and K. o K'hfwls, the Hplendid electric plant, population is shown in the fact that it Woods a nmro mule colt for $100 and vened here Monday. collese, a $10,000 nchool buildiiiK P. takes the Itible printed in 20 languages to J. A. Woods a horse mule colt by the There have been several cases of so that all may read nenrlinj; completed, the recurvoir, where it. same jack and out of a sa good mare for dyphtheri.i on Saxton's creek, Jackson Tlui Christian church Missionary, an excellent view of the city and $17.50. Sign of the Red Flag. county. , Convention, in session at Louisville Iiet country can be had, ami other I H,.v. C. F. Duvall and Joe McKee Kandall l.itsey bought IS head of week, adjourned to meet next October in places that that thriving yoiinj; city afregistered Jersey from Wood it Settle, left Monday morning for Cumberland Pes Moines, Iowa. ford. will . river nVar the mouth of where nn of Garrard, at $15 per head. They At the Christian Church Missionary Next came the baninet. which be shipped to the Galveston, Texas, Coal tlwy will spend several davs hunting 5 Convention in Louisville last week vninil in the nuperlative and at which $105. Mercer Sayings. and milling. was raised for home missions on one President .Moriiinp4tar ni.tdu a pleaini Co. at Two women were sentenced to the call, Judge Goodpasture, of Nashville, sold to Thomas F. Hargis subscribapeeclt exprea.sini: bis delight nt havinu .1... Il.....tti-- ! .... ...1 .xf.ilut. .i.litrtrw nt llnl M.S. Haughiuan three imported Spanish penitentiary at the recent term of the ing $S,000 of it. ILiug liimin one and to Clay circuit court, Sarah Hales, one year Miif.." itlt lilin mill liuif.liliii. nil nlliiT leiincts, to J. k. The meeting at Fairview, Gnrrard, S. II. Itout one at abaut $'550 each. M for and Kinily Yickers, conducted by Kids. H.tllou and Taylor, subjects which wero of interest to the S. Itaiighman sold to same two young one year for forgery. has been greatly interfered with by the young men. Toast weio indulged in by Sheriff Dixon and Samuel Young, of jacks for $Ut0. rain, but it continues with : addition?. many and altogether the banquet was a dipt. Hob ligan and Dick Gentry Leslie county, were in London Thursday Is Receiving His The Somerset Kepublican contains thing of beauty ami n joy w hich will live sold Tuesday to Mr. Judy 05 head of 1 night on their way to Frankfort witli very comprehensive and excellent long in the hearts of the youthful ed" fat cattle at Ii cents. W. P 'three prisoners, C, Hilton, Israel and of Hro. Harnes' two lectures. "His i . itor. - M Givens wild to Itichard Foley 000 bushels Walter Milliard, who were sentenced to theory may not be true," the editorsays, I I mm. . I A. ... till. l IIV IMIM IVIMIVIHI il.. . . '.. (Ml'll for IIMIV ....,.- - Hull nrmnntlv nt IllnVWl: f Orolllllll & nt . J WW Uiul MoiltO tilt' pilllt4lltlUry QIIU VlMf but asks: "Where is the scholar who Goods Warranted and a ' , lit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial yt'iiriiii , : ,. . , on " - ,. Vox bouuht of $7vSI1. (Sivuus :S Danville Hlunhter, can assail his argtnnen '."' ifV Vll I'MIIIMI ' llt per head. l'heie was considerable drinking in cotton mules at n P. L. Moody, the evanmusic the beauty and chivalry o that; a. c. SINK. town Saturday and Saturday night parAdvocate. J.N. MENEFEE gelist, says: "I believe in prohibition, city tripped the light fantastic till old I.. A. Green last fall bought SO head ticipated in by old and young, country but not in the third pnity. I also be- Sol had peeped from his hiding place of t of cattle aveiaging 055 pounds at $.'tl. people and town citi.eus. About noon lieve that there is no use in having a law the evening before. The majority of the men went down! two old They weie sold last week in Chicago Healers In until there is a public sentiment that editors, and all who desired lobe, were this lU'llli: llll'' nisi niiiiniiviii v.v-- .....i.u depot street with their hat oil, yelling will secure an enforcement of it." supplied with delightful company, and,, , ftl ,.--. lft. like maniacs and seveud young men " " l. for a Alison the cares of the printing """ The Iouitvihu Tunes says thai llev. V'rX ngut home.O-'- , or.'.SOpivrhead. were so'ii staggering around with the . lll. .. mIi 1........ , Hi., llifilli.lil nt. fl , ..... II. Allen itippn, who has just giveh uiiivi.1 influx in. ...wi.p,... . It miill of ulnL-Tlu.v nviTHL'i'd l.KWi notlmlr-in tlioin libit lint limlnr of copy, or anything pertaining to other UK)pounds.-(iallati.iKx.in- .ine. SW0 to tlio . udownient fund oi the in a poor hound. than enjoyment, was set imide, ns it outneru uapi i.ineoiogic.u W. 6i. and Nat I.. Vnnnrsdall have Mouldings, and Scroll Work, .statistician Sherman finds that there! is worth porlmp.' VkJ.OOO, made jiriuci-m- e were, till some other swvet lay or more bought of diflercnt parties '2b ye.nling was a brilliant 70 men in the l S. whoe combined nallv in BiiniinirllViVA'jeculations. oppoituue time. It mules at $7.b0 to ?l2.oO. Cornish llros. wealth is $2,700,000,000, an average of he Liturgy tlioi In the ruvisioi?'"' wheie finery of dresses and Cedar and Locust Posts. threshed for J. It. Nooo L'.'t bushels and S;!7,.")00,000. In addition to these there Piotestant, KpibcopaiWY .'if i passed feminine beautv were mingled nnd many j !." s Lumber Yard, We will carry a lull ftoi.1. of ever) tiling found in a pounds of clover seed oil S acies. Jas. . carriage are o0 others worth over$10,000,000eacb. an amendment to the u. A. C. SINE, II mi ri ess ManaRer. n poor quill driver will look back at it M. Foray the sold to J. It. Itipy '29 head ceiemony, which is in .mud to cover jjCtfor years to come as an oasis in his life. of cattle, averaging 1,7751 pounds, at $1, Oucklon's Arnica Salve .W Ti,e young ladies went all pretty, but and shipped them directly to Chicago. l'lie hem kiUc in the world fur cuu, bruises, the question of divorce and reads "And "ripedal mention .is due Dr. John I). 01 miles the shortest, U hours quickest between the fluent bunches of korci, tilceri, salt rheum, fecr torct, trttcr, chap-- ! live together in holy love unto their T t This was one of iSTMM Woods' handsome trio of daughters, ......I.. il lunili, chilblains, corns and all kln erup. life's end." w M.I....1..1 fr.i.i il.ia ilnlkAt " " " " Ortions and positively cures piles, or no pay rcquir The meeting at the Iiaptisl churcli Mis.s i.iie, Minnie and I'atty. They I ...I. V. 1..... il 'Mil h cd. ItisKiiarantecdto Bive perfect satisfaction, jt mlur ,L.a,lway mill glorious take after their grand old father and ate At Mis. Hiinklev's sale the ltrown ... money rclunded. l'rice c cents per box. . Lynch, ll't8 re anticipated. Itov. J. as elegant as they are beautiful. Jim stallion sold for f.70, a jack for 5023, l.r sale by A. R. I'ennv, Stintord. K, Entire Trams Run Through Without Change. of Danville, who i& conducting it, is a The morning session, vith President mules at 1.15 per pound fat hogs Renews Her Youth. young man of earnest methods and prac- up nnd corn $1.50 to SUM p.-- r bariel. Tlie Morningstar in the chair, was talcen THROUGH CAR SERVICE. ,owa Mrs. rhrcbe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co tival views and is said to be an able ex olllcers for the ensuing farm of 800 acies had been sold to l, in South Hound Train No i, Pullman lloudoir Huff-fells the follow ing rem irkable story, the truth of llililo truths. The hours of Sleeping Curs, Cincinnati to New Orleans year, in which there was no change save of Ohio. forSKI.OOO. Tate & Catron which issouched for by tne residents of the town, pounder of Chattanungu ti Shreseport. was given to i.nl,.,ilf ..rt i1(.nd of cattle at li to L'l cents: I am 7) years old, have been troubled with kidney. meeting are 10.:0 .. m. and 7::0 i i. Train Na. 5, Pullman lloudoir HufTet Sleepir that the Curs Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati "tall, handsome aild graceful" ll.trry so ,5 Cilr.Io.M ol bhw, complaint and lameness for uu years; could frnot to Jacksonville and Knoxville. Sleepers St. I.ouis i am free Jres$ nijscl without help Now oin Oh, how can a fair maiden smite and be Kay, toNew Orleans via M. .V O. . instead of J. Meteli .Mairuin; ' at $"2:20 and u,,iut Jin.. at S.1.80. J. F. am and soreness and am able to uo all my own ' Ileloscly and losing and dear, the reading of papers, the eiiiollmeiit of Hrinkley sold 10 head of cattle Saturday housework. I owe my thanks to Electric Hitters As sweet as a rose and as linjlit as the May, Condensed Schedule in Effect Match 31, i8& lor having renewed my youth and remuved com. When her liscr is all out of gear? new members and other business. Tlie at auction to A. Wolf for $111.50 per head. plclely all disease and pain. Try a bottle, joe and It s impassible. Hut if she will only SIid can't $1, at A. It, 1'enny's Drug Store, olllcers are It. F. Morningstar, president, niCA.D TJI1. Somerset Reporter. DOWN. take Dr. I'nce's Golden Medical Discoscry, it will TRAINS NORTH. Ncel Cilenn, treasurer, 1C. C. Walton, 'IRAINs SOUTH Is Consumption Incurable? cleanse and stimulate her dUurderedlier, purify j No, 4. No. 6. No. 41 . No. a I, The Philadelphia Mint has orders to No. j. No. 5. secretary. A large number of ladies lent 11 ner conipioion suit and rosy, No. 7. .Morris, .Newark Keail tlie lollowing .Mr. U. her blooil, maKe STATIONS. Daily. Daily Fast i.im. Daily. Dally. pieces and !5,- - irV.,says. 'Was down with Abscess of Lungs i her breath wholesome, her spirits cheerful and Dally I.im.' Dailr. this occasion and of make 10,000,000 one-ceEx. Sun. Dally. Ex. their presence on I.im. I.im. Es. Sun. Daily. ..A rv 64031111 641pm 10 jj a in 330 pm and friends and physicians pronounced me an in her temper sweet. All druggists. course the boyi did their best. The 300,000 nickels. g iiami 403pm fjiopin, 7 55 a m.l.'ve ...Cincinnati 8 jo a m 151pm a m ' Wilhamstown ,I.'ve' 5 13 9301""' Dob Ford, who killed Jesse .lames, cuiable consumptive. Hegan taking Dr. King's ta 38 p in Georgetown. place of the next meeting was decided Don't hawk, hawk blow, spit and disgust evcrj-bo7 J4 a 4 10 a in . r. m .???.. 1 1; ,tcwr ifiscutrry lor cousuuipiiun, aim am nuw- uu 1.evington 348am 4 U PJ? 7 ooarn 1 10 p in with your offensive breath, but uso l)r' ..LJiiinnniiDinioitllii1 after much speaking and wrangling and has been running a saloon atWalsen-buig- , my third bottle, and able tit oversee tho work on -- ' ' . r. rr " ' rz .1., It is the Sage's Catarrh Iteinvdy and end it. l.ve....l.ou. a. k. K.....srr Col. Thursday 11 cowboy entered my farm.Middlewart finest medicine ever made.' . Louisville had the honor bestowed upon I.se. . .rr...L.....Hurgin Decatur, Ohio, sajs: "Had je.se New Discovery for con, iTiiririi Arr J 55 a m 3 Jopui, 350am 10 50 p in a TTTTm nam I.ve her. Stanford played a good second and and with the words, "Look out, Dob, I it not lietn for Dr. King's died of l.ung- Troubles i.iam.n u JJ pi" 8 a jS a m What A Fortune would have sumption Danville 330am 031pm j 50 pm Mpiu it 16 a in came in two votes of entertaining Me am going to kill you!" opened lire. Ford Was given up by doctors, Am now in best ol ii8m aS3lin, saoam loao apin Junction City warn . Is a good healthy, pearly skin, Few nre aware t I5 1m nionm 11 T. . ... H4Sara a 30 Qnmr.ff, Mnn.l .. . lOlllll' laCllIll year. At I o'clock was hit in the fusilado, but ho lives in health.'' 'lrv It .Samnle bottles free at A. R. of the short time it takes for a disordered liscr to 3 00 p m, j J fl. A " " vn:...ieditoi8 next l..l-- l. In..rw,..um. . - 4 06 a in - j" Pinny's drugstore y 3$ wanu.uc 4 15 a mi......... 6501pm 53am 6 40 p m Ar v., cnaitanoogii.... u .u j. mi 7 jj m 4 8 t( ami cause blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin, 1000 pm the business was through with and after onstant fear of his life. ... a 00 a in 7 35 am, .Ar vi Tho "Mothor'B Prlond." 9 loa'in 700P m I,'ve.Chattanooga.. .1... One bottle of HKOOS' I1I.OOD PURIFIER and a vote of thanks to the hospitable citizens I v. pni """" " r ,r P ' LIQUOR HAii-IT-I- n Not only shortens labor nnd lessens pain attend DUUNKENNES8-TH- E III.OOD MAKUR will restore this organ to its m. 1 4 j ,y ....1 jwVr.... ii mil 45 pm L, ve... iiirnnngiiaui of Howling Green in general, and to Din m Tuscaloosa. all tho World tboro Is but onp ing It, but greatly diminishes the danger to tho natural and healthy st He, and cleanse the blood 0 03 p mi 30 a m L've lonopin ... am Ar'v. ..Meridian a few 0r u impurities. appreciated president in particu4 41 live of both the mother and the child if used lllttpm liooan. Ar'v. New Orleans ..l.'vi 4 13 am 3 3Slm ... His meeting with wonderful euro, Dr. Hulnos Qoldon Specific. a cup of tea ur coiree without months before confinement. Write to the llrad. success We guarantee every bottle, A. II. Pen-- I ' t It can be giMii Ar v; 0 4opni... lar, the meeting adjourned. 3 ro a m I.'ve.. ..Meridian 6 top in 1... knowledge of tho person taking tt, effecting a field Regulator Co,. Atlanta, O.i , for further par ny, Druggist. .'.""!' '.'.'.'.'.'."'.-'- ." 9 loum I.'ve.. ..Jackson .....Ar'i Carriages were again placed at tho dis- the 400pm... ,11 15 am L've. ..Vicksbiirtf, -- .. speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient tlculars. "l'or sale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord. . .Monroe .. 1005 am).., 4 15 pm I.'ve.. ....f.... - . posal of the "city's guests," iih tho How- is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, A Good Cough Syrup. 6 00 a m ... 8 10 pin Ar'v .Shreveport, . .. I TJamii. uiidiij "!r..rl. CI.....-There Is nothing parents ...,.. be so ........ ' wnu ling (5reen papers referred to tho young Tneuunus 01 UtunMirus nase oeen cureu ...I... uubkd fll.n.... , ' I VMmM Uoudoir llurtet Sleeping Cars, m., rirlrans to Cincinnati Norih.llound---TralnSo.tu cough Heggs' President Morningstar luvet.ken the Ooldea Srec.fu In tl.eir colTeo I. giving splendid satisfaction to tho ttode and about a. selecting no more syrup. tho cheap Cherry rilireveportto unauaimugu. . editors, mid with than and In. !.,. Sleeper. Jack- without their knowledge, and to. day balleve they tho sales arc positively marvelous, whiih can Lo CoughSyrnp costs tho remaining portion of tho city was quit drinking of thelr.ou freewill. No harmful accounted for In no other way except that It is ferior nostrums thrown on the market. Th busts Tr"!n ?o S' nT'iSliimVc nc'lnllauNia W. .V A. and K. r. guar. w.,ilout touut ti,e best on the market. Ask for none too good, be sure and get llKGCS'CItKRKV sonv viewed, after which tho members wero ellect results from lis iidiiiililstratlon. Cures antecd. Semi for. circular and P?wuU. Ad. and be sure ou get the genuine. We keep It. A.lcOUQH SYRUP. Wekeeplton band at all IOHV OAUI.T, General Manvger, undTkt. Agl. D. O KDWAUDS. Gen'l 185 divided into squads and taken to call on ' without saying that tlntt part of tho pro izriitiime was hiulilv cniovable. for a i,UWnp.iper man who is tint fond of love- ly women would ho it stranger to IiIh piofession. The stay in linwliiJK Green was ! Hatful from arriving till our ilepaituro and Mr. Mn.ninttr, assistM by Lisas r. ,,. J Cooksey, -'t w), lltl, nothing undone that would add to our delectation, and were a chorus of ten up at one shout tlnu Hind thanks to tbankH would yet be due them for their untitiiiLf i H'orls to entertain the Young Men's IMitorial Association while their ' C W. guests. COUNTY. WE ARE STILL HEADQUARTERS FOR ,.,,,, .,.;. ,, LOW PRICES! 44IIIL.1-71- Saturday'sTrade Complete 'J00-poitu- it -- 1 ,.... ..... Ldnes '' - .Mid-dlesbo- Overcoats, Clothing, Underwear, BOOTS ys llio-khf- &c, . - Great Bargain Store, o. Lii I a Pot-ter'- POWERS & CO- i $:55,-04- H.6.RUPLEY,- - house-breakin- j 1,-- ts d FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Pfect ! well-know- bald-heade- d SIIE K & !3ENE . .,'nett '"" ftOITG-- AHD DRESSED LUMBER, Laths, Sliiisjjlcs, Etc., BX.X3SrBS , sln-lii- i iSASH, BOOHS iixra Brackets t1) PATENT WIBE A1TD SLAT FE1TOE, first-ila- j -- ' -- - , srsRfTisifii Art'TAUm m .- Cincinnati and New TC-- or leans. j Me-Cal- et "".'. ,."i . I T ....'... 1 ........ 1 ........ j ... .. rticvu . I J dy .... 111 1 "- - 1 111 I '1 ........-.-...- ,., ..- - ' - - ...---- 1 -- oui-high- lv "i' 1 . 1 111 63m .... 1 , uuuu ujhuj -- .,, that city's fairest daughters. It bo-i- Itacu Street, Cincinnati, O. R Penny, Druggist I time, A R. Penny, Druggist. ' Cincinnati OU10. ,.. L?M g i,iMnmi(iji i MMMMHMMw Fw--i- r '""yTf- .tw. - , f-v - x T 10iafRMHWniMiMMMIIMWWMIIIHNM , ' - T' p " ,, !J mi.iiii J- - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal ) lid j Iff- ft K Jfr 8v H i" ill I- - Kit is !- fe.S HOW. w t retary Noble's subordidutes, along with secresome saucy remarkH, to which the Stanford, Kv , Octtoueu 20. 1889 tary replied, accusing him of insuthVient intelligence to know whom to send his letter of resignation and lidding: "I bog leave to inform you that your intended i W. P. WALTON, resignation is not accepted, but as you sary. town, Korepaugb's famous fat woman, An- scene aro thereby shown to bo both a slanderer DEMOCRATIC TICKET. wholly unfit for tho services of nio Price, who weighed something less anil one is because these October v. VARNON; the United States, you are dismissed and than a ton, died in Now York. She had Fcr County Judge THOMAS County Attorney, JOSEPH 11. PAXTON; your services aro no longer required. been married several years to an Albino County Clerk, GEORGE It. COOPER; Then the agent got hot in the collar and in the same show. Sheriff, J. N. MENEFEE; An oil train was wrecked near Koko-iuo- , wrote the secretary a letter that was Jailer, SAMUEL. M. OWENS; Intl., and 12 cars exploded, sotting enough to make his hair curl. Says he Assessor, E. D. KENNEDY; Sup'tof Common Schools, W. F. McCLAKY; among other things: "I feel freo to say tiro to tho box cars attached. The enSurve)or, HARRY A. EVANS; you area puppet personally nnd officially gineer, llreinan and a hrnkcmnu were one seems to be lowest Wind we Coroner, ARCH CAHSON. I dislike to burned to a crisp. a sycophant and be ain, is elain. by we accomplish, use this language to any person in The eourtof appeals has decided that Louisville's beautiful nntl accomlowgoods by hint goods people, low station ami cannot aH'ord to waste an estate is good for a well proven promplished Mayor, Rosebud Charley Jacob, est possible more postage ami time with pen. I shall ise to pay. Albert It. Talbott, of Paris, litis brought down on bis bead, whose send nil vour letters to me and an ac proved that his grandmother, promised glossy locks nre nlwnys parted in tbo count of your tlictatorial methods to the liim $500 to refrain from the use of to middle, the execrations of all good dem- President, ami If be sustains you, 1 shall bacco ami tho executor is ordered to p.iy ocrats by his arbitrary and unusual, not be confirmed in tho general opinion of the amount. to s.iy illegal action, in using bis position all good people, that you misrepresent Coliiinbim Wmti't Much r to prevent the drawing of party lines in the men who made it possible for Benja"On my Inst trip through the neM," the democratic city of Louisville, and in. min Harrison to insult the nation by said n New York drummer the other day, town wo can. show you, lies. best the consequent ousting of a republican putting you Iirst-clas- s in place anil power, which "thrco or four of us put in a night at t lie goods is we here. We yon. no Commissioner of the Sinking Fund, lie neither your services nor chnrMer can tavern in u small town. It was kept by you appeared on tho floor of the council and justify. He would consult tbo public a dreadfully innocent looking old chap, backed by six aldeimen, declared tbo to sfnr.lt. you return to the ob- and in order to guy him n bit the Ijoya in. Notwithstanding welfare by letting put him on that I was Christopher CoCouncil adjounu d. di"('n' S Morocva. shoes 7fin.. Mtilrl scurity in which he found you and for lumbus, tho discoverer of Amorieu. The this the Council lontiuued in session, shoes, from. to.S. 75c. which your talents best fit you." Unea- old fellow gave tne eonsidenibU attenmnvih U.xn- from. 0 n 19. when an ungry altercation followed be sy indeed does that head lie which wears tion, fixed up tho best room in the huusr to 2, 75: Mnnman. Inn shnne tween President Tyler nnd the Mayor, of ofiice and the secretary's lot and me to his aged wil. ,1 $2: r.al.F shin, xhnnst S7.0T M"r V9V wv uiiurt .7 but Mr. Otter was elected by a unanimous a crown exception. Noble may be un Next introducedas 1 sat on tho vrritiida ?? ''"--' morning is not an Tote. Mayor Jacob left tho hall, angrily snoes boo shoes worth. of position he holds, but the smoking a cigar he came along uttd declaring that tho action of the board worthy the 3. fact that he fired Tanner shows nt least queried: was illegal, and that he would not recog"Let's see. What tlid you do?" he is neither a sycophant nor a lickweek in. boys1 Boots we "Discoveicil Ameiica," jtylierly renize Mr. Otter as Mr. Tillman's successor. that very act, done in the plied. to spittle. In fact that Goods, Cap's, Jut, He said he had the authority to adjourn G. A. H. protests, show that of "Oh. ;'os." the board until November 7 and ordered face tho everybody come and. secure Lie looked disappointed as lie went his backbone has some of the stiffness tho clerk to enter the adjournment unon ORG AM. G Cleveland's is noted. nwtty and in :ilotit leu nunntii ho rv til that date. That a man who claims to for which rover turned to ay: be a democrat should bo guilty of such "I've bad it all wrong nbout you." Tun republican revolt against Mahone Main Hi., 31. SALINGER, action, especially one who a few years and his methods in Virginin has become "How?" ago aspired to bu governor of Kentucky, so pronounced that the better class of "Why I kinder had it :ha you was causes great indignation, not only in thoso who oppose him have nominated from Washington, and I was lUnkfmr, J. B. Shepperd, an old man near'y Louisville, but everywhere tho facts nro an independent ticket headed by John you might jet my boj Sain into miiw blind, fell out of a boat and wits drowned known. Tho newspapers of the city are F. Lewis for governor. The political pot otlice." in Kentucky at the mouth of Little "No, I'm not," giving him h ail Columbia and making la YmtlC... ti..niiita1i tti tli.i Mfttlw.r Stlltl . Hickman. J3 Mulling .ivivjudij ja ihv "You are only Christopher life burdensome to him. A member of and Mahone, backed by the administra- C. C. Cook, a colored student, who "That's all." tho Democratic Statu Central Committei , tion, is making a death struggle for powwn chosen an prize orator nt Cornell "All you ever did was to mirrhrmnrl tUC llllCICSt Of JlJ bta$Q. 1 Will University, has declined the honor, on, C. II. Long, is said to be coaching Jacob. er, but the most authentic reports from America!" COUailCi tUC UUSUICSS thcurotind that he was sclented by a Old wJiei'C If so be ought to be made to go. Wo there are that the democrats will elect "That's all.'' tnirl tirwl flint tin ntiriliwi tt naitiliilutnu be "Humph! I'll have to charge you ox- - was to want no traitors in the camp. the their ticket by a majority of at least of ollcrd. t trn for them three b'iled eggs this morn- new a. iug nnd the ole woman thinks she might Anotiikk libel suit has been settled FIRST GREAT BANKERS. to have tin extra quarter for making real satisfactorily to all concerned. Some Tun startling intelligence comes from rc.lnvi it nil IMil lliitlnriM In Hub time ago, one 13. J. C.wsidy sued Col. Washington that Lige Hal lord, the pres colfee for you. You orter told mo hist Tlipy rinii. ono II. (.'. didn't ainount to iitithinT' Craddock, of the Paris Kentuckian, for ident's private secretary, is senousiy , night that you .... v... v.lItov. Father J. N. Strnssmuier, S. J., defamation of character in publishing n considering his resignation. The ail Oils, School Boohs, Wall whoso name Is well known in I. uncan! for a hotel keeper warning the pub ministration could not gef along without A1iilP4l AiIiikcs. cus biro, nntl whoso nlinost herculean low first-clas- s There is plenty of room underground. lic against Cassidy, who was charged tho able assistance of Lige and ho is too labors in tho work of cuneiform paleo goods. good to do It's a nil wind that does not blow at with being a dead beat. The suit was much of a republican ever to break the regraphy have gained him u world-wid- e in. brought in Montgomery, but the fellow, cord of his party, whoo members seldom all. best workman-lik- e reputation among AssyrloloplsU, has It is better to givo advice than to Very knowing that the charge could be dio and never resign. It may bo therenearly completed a work of great immedicine. proved against him, proposed to Col. fore pretty well taken for granted that portance. Among tho treasure of tho A rolling pin gathers no mt8. Craddock that if he would pay hiin $10 the story of his resignation is a weak inThe gatm is never won until the um- British Mtifonm are some 40,000 inho would withdraw the suit and pay the vention of tho enemy. scribed tablets from Babylon and other pire has spoken. cities of Chnldea, which rclutcd to A run in time, may savo the nine. costa himself. "This kinder struck us," Tk.nnesskk proposes to wipe out one' Blessed aro the" peacemakers, but not commercial, fiscal und other nflnlrs the colonel, "and rather than go to &iys transacted in the cities of tho empire. Montgomery to defend the suit we gave murderous family. Tho lower court sen- by those Itetween whom they mediate. It is letter to have two bcuuu to one's These cover a period from tho timo of five Barnard brothers todcath him tho money." Antl this reminds us tenced the a ring. tho fall of Niit veh and tho accession that it is time the papers were agitating for murder antl the Supreme Court has Little pitchers sometimes command of Ntibnpali.fur, in II. C. 02.'. until the resolutions passed at the lust press Just confirmed the sentence and fixed big salaries. A House in which you can And tho time of the conqest of Babylon by association to urge upon the legislature tho 22nd day of December for tho execu-- ' Talk is cheap, if you don't do it Alexander tho (irettU to amend the libel law so that suits shall tion. If Kentucky could apply simi- through the telephone. Dr. Stnissmalor has just published only bo brought for libel in the county lar punishment to the Howard fain- - j What is one man's food is another lithograph of l.llil inwhere the p.iper is published and not ily, her roputatipn would be enhanced, man's luxury. scriptions dated in tho reign of in any county it circulates as is now the. but unfortunately she is notable to catch i Tho pensioner is mightier llvtn the Nubonldus, tho last of tho native sword wielder in reducing the surplus. the bare much less cook it. law. kings of Babylon, and covering tho Necessity ih tho mother of contenperiod from B. C. M5 to B. C. JJ53, tions. Mk. V. It. Fela.ni). who has made an Tjie daughter of the Confederacy, .Miss when Cyrus captured the city. Tho Honor among aldermen. Any of the above goods exchanged for Country Produce. Winnie Davis, who has been in bad exce7'.t paper of the Anderson News, None but the suave conductor desert document contains records of almost health for a long time, has accepted Mrs. has sold it to J. T. Boswell, the former tho ftiro. every class of business transJoseph Pulitzer's invitation to accompa- owner, and will devote himself entirely actions records of sales of merchan- We do a strictly Cash Business and our prices are the LOWEST Mules are btubborn facts. Life. Come and see what wo can save you. ny her to Europe, with tho hope of res- to the practice of law, to which professdise and slaves, promissory notes, A SlrMlrm Tyrant. mortgages, wills, marriago'und dowor toration, und they aro now on tho raging ion he is most inclined. Regretting his Penelope All right, Jack, you may deeds, as well ns tithe books and deep. It was a kind nnd generous net retirement, we wish hiin much luck and put that ring on my finger and we'll call tcmplo accounts. Some idoa of tho on the part of the wife of the editor of lucre in his chosen work. Next door to Portman House. it engaged, but it must be definitely un- power of tho scribo easto is to bo Stanford, Ky. the greatest newspaper in America, Tub editor of the Hopkinsvillo New derstood that you aro to have but one gained when wo find tho ntimos of over which wyi be highly appiecinted by hop. 800 of these brethren of tho stylus up- to kiss a day and ono dance every one who sympathized with the Era, Mr. J. It. Wood, was called upon for you dance horribly, and I don't like pear in the deeds, antl of two children last it Is possible to "lost cause" and her distinguished fa- mourn the death to kiss a man without" a muotuche. I distinguish tho handwriting of ninny week, making four to dio within 13 am to go boating, ridfrit; or walking with ther. . . . . ... of them. Ono very important point Is ,,, , ,1U , monuis. lruiy ine iiiiiiti oi uiiiiuiiuh ; ...... f ..... i , Thk Jessamine Journal gives currency is laid heavily upon him and our sincer-nnd flirt 'jth w bom I please, established by these documents, niitno-lt that tho invasion of Cyrus, wel&c to this most improbable story: "Senator est sympathy goes out to the stricken You are to givY smoking, card play comed us it was by tho priests and ing hiiu wine, 7j( iriiiuy yon nro not to household Joe Blackburn hasn't touched a drop of tng arounil alter me till tne time, for I'm people, and only opposed by tho court Gov' Bbavb. of I'aniwylvimia. objects no"t Koillg t0 hnvo mv .joy,cn Np(lik.d nnd army, caused little disturhunco to DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, ,,niu7 don't feel any ywore on says tho tifTitirs of trade. Babylon was c;totll0 orection of Confederate mono-- ' just because I'm engaged. count ot it. Hint is tiding miglity well-f- or tnentsat Gettysburg, because they are FANCY ARTICLES, &0. Jack (her humble slave) Well, bin, captured on tho lGth of the month a Senator." Yes, but our junior Sen Tnmmiiz, B. C. !.S. and wo hnvo hero and disloyalty. Penelope, tell me what I can do? likely to foster treason ator will never do that well. Tho yarn This asinine individual is evidently pinPenclopo You can reud Tennyson and n loan of silver dated on tho 7th of tho Phytlciam prccritIom accurately compounded. might do some good if there was a single ing for notoriety similar to that obtained think of me. Life. month, whilo tho first transaction after prohibitionist in the legislature, but as by Ohio's little executive in his battle-flatho capture occurs on the 21st of tho An IntrrrRtiiiR Impromptu. month, only five dnys nftor tho fall. there is not, what's tho use of lying? order. This rare bit of inspiration was writ- Several grout inscriptions. Indeed, al- THE LARCOST STOCK OF WATCHES, ten at Bellows Falls, Vt., in tho aumumr Wk congratulate Editor J. P. Cozine, CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Tiik Somerset Reporter nd mits that it of 1852. bv tho then well known imwi most half, rolato to tho transactions of of the Shelby News, on finding his t is a lying sheet. That settles it Wo John G. Saxe. A beautiful young lath- the great banking firm of Kgibl and Kver brought to thu market. Pricc lower than brother. He had not seen or heard have no more to say. the lowel. Wutchci, Cloclc and Jewelry He. asked him for a line in Ids autograph for his sons, whom miiny Assyrlologlsts JI T'Hxw r .dPTJVv'kiDP''' of him for more than L'o years, till ono paired on hnrtjnotlcc and warranted. remembrance' sake, when, tearing oir nro Inclined to regard as Jows. their being ttlso spelt Delhi or Jacobl. day last week became into the office und NEWS CONDENSED the Hunk half of a note he had just mimes Manchester Guardian. introduced himself. Tho joy of the meetread, he wrote: postage stamp is to The new My dcan-h- t Karali, ing was almost equal to that the redeembe carmine in rolor and smaller in size. Somethmi! tax How to Have Good Servants. ed will fel when Your Back of tho a jt Is Masonry, Corneau, the "In Heaven above, where all it love, , With tlic,u;ljU or Sot them a good example. Ono was knocked out at the grand lodge last Sijxo. Thoy meet to part no more." Harper' Magazine. ounco of practice is worth u pound ol 12 majority. week by Jus.sami.ne has just nominated a demoKitlitie Ills Holiby. precept. A. 12. Itiley, of Anderson, sold the Mr. Primus Your friend Oldham is a cratic ticket by tho new plan of taking tho first hogshead of Burley at Louisville. It Tako time to teach them their duballot box around. The result gives the was inferior lugs, but brought S7 per queer character, Isn't he, Secundus? ties thoroughly, und to notice whether Mr, Secundus Oh, I don't know. Ho thoy aro woll or ill porformotl. most satisfaction of any method yet tried, cwt. Is quito an accomplished fellow, I can Abstain from frotftilness or ungor at in fact it is the first election to nominate In attempting to arrest Josh Dobbs tell you. neglect, Ignoranco or Inattention. Lot a ticket that has satisfied all parties and on dmn:o of incest for marryfng his Qr D TPf MTTMBnlMM ilTlTl Mr. Primus I saw that no had a gowd Hlfl. given t) tho county a ticket upon which ovvn nectii tbo sheriff1 accidentally shot many hobbies. Something of an anti- your reproof bo mild, but firm In lnun-er. quary, too, isn't he? eveiy democrat will unite. t.j,,, ; it.,, i,.....! , n..;ir (S.illntln. " " " " Never reprovo one servant boforo Mr. Secundus No, not that 1 know of. , ,. The striking L. & N. switchmen at .. ,r... tieiuueruiie otatu auti, executive !. t.... Mr. Primus Well, I heard him as!; nuother; sullonnes will oftouor bo the it j HvanBville, got their discharges in place Mio3 Whitehead, tioiiit blank, how old result of so doing thnn obedlonco. committees will meet at the Pluenix Ho- of tho demanded increase of pay n:id she was. Life. Do not withhold commendation whon tcl, Loxington at noon Nov. 2(1 to fix the places. doserved. to nominate a can- now men were put in their day for a convention (ion. Buell and his sweet young lady K.rdljr Imt.,. Homovo temptations, and net as if didate for clerk of the court of appeals. McCorkle Isn't Briggs naturally a you oxpocted to find good principle clerks in tho pension ofiico aro now nil It is likely tho date will bo early in Jan- that remain of the Cleveland administra lazy man? Never logo sight of tho trutli that uary. McCrackle Not exactly lazy: but ho you tiro hold in a groat measure mortion about the Louisville Custom House. - j1B yWyff. gjfi jHB(" it is unhealthy to woi'k ally responsible for Voting on the question itself nnd Tho C. it 0. is preparing to extend seems to think thoso of your between meals. Life. household. Bhorn of all political signification, the its liuo right up to Fortress Monroe, the Will keop constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture Itomombor that the goldon rule up. and Undertaker's Goods. My people of Webster have again adopted track to cross an arm of tho bay on n limy. prices will be as low as such goods piles to thorn ns woll in? to your equals prohibition by tin increased majority. creosotcd trestle. At present a 'bus ride Firs(t Flea How is business? can be bought in the cities. Givo me a trial and you will be cona Second Flea I'm on tho jump all the in education, means und position. The prohibitionists down there aro wiser of a mile is necessary to reach the vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. time. New York Run Hotel. their brethren here and 1& wh ire. , Maine sent his resignation to one of Tiir democratic pension agent for Sec- Edward Kelley, a nrukcman on tho Short Line, was jtrked oil the brake ho was Bitting on nnd falling between the cars had his he:td severed from his body. Charles McJIwane, need ID, has been sentenced to die by electricity in Now Y,ork, Dee. It. Ho murdered tho man who surprised him committing a bur- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. t you could not find a mora animated that that presented In this days. What is the reason at oar store It Our Prices Are The Lowest. prices at pleasant. nmk notch. but lick-spittl- e. Every oili-ei- al claiming the can substantiated. Thewa.y making our as as other our at the not OUR SHOE llt. DEPARTMENT ?. Is tar the largest this and ma all the what handle can jit matter what shape or size wear. order reduce our immense nf shn.v un mill w. ;. ,w. run. Tir.Z, h,,t. sold lace wnrlh.S1.9X ton 5 worth 1 from 12 Si. 2d. worth Si Ladies' solid Sl.2o. worth ladies' solid ,' tvi, coarse upwards; men's Jinc SLoO, from worth Special reductions this men's and will continue and sell our Dry Clothing, Hats, Trim Carpets, Mattin, iyc, at special barJu ins. J'ow yourselves as many chances as possible that $200 h $L2: ff Stanford. Manager. '.. Colim-buiO1'- - 3CCTJE wants patrons from J ur ; J'aniiri '"? I ! ! j 23,-00- 0. ' shall I former ana pleased at the supply stand ". all I - Full Stock of Drugs Paints, style. respectfully, Paper, Jewelry and Silverware at prices, for J have a Jeweler, ready watch and jewelry repaifs the re-oji- W. B. MoEOBEKTS. JustlWhat Goods is Needed Glassware, ! Dry fac-stmil- es and Notions, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Queensware, U; JONES BROS., at-ea- ch . i ,.,,, ,,, 1 y, pk-ase- J Ao Mo P1MN19 idxtjo-o-isjew:i:e:r,. ; 4 g long-los- I - nt new-fangle- d 1) 1 MEW FURMTURE STORE! MM1I M1CTFFMAW, P0MDPo ! n j I " it--; Y35?IIT WiW' jvfrW Tr7Tr m ii WfimatvKSSti ' Hy-gci- tbn wL Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal 21), 1889 .Sri.KNDiD now Borttliiun nt T. It. Will-ton'- s. A No. OitANdi.H, Imiiuiiiih, 13(1, vuu, nttendnneu of .Stanford Loilu Tho name of tho Brotherhood of i ' I. 0. 0. F., is requested for tills, Hallway Brakemon has been changed to I Stanford, Ky., Octoiiru S.C. WALTON, BUB. MatlDROr MEANS BUSINESS. CoMKiiml nettle your nccoiint. A. It. I'eutiy. Watciiks nml Jowolry reaireil nml arrnmeu. a, it. runny. You it account Ih rciuly, plcano call anil settle. SIcHoliortu A Stnmr. TiiEberit plnco to buy ilnitt, patent ineiliciiu'H ami toilet articles !b at A. It. I'onnv'n. btiv your sc5i..ol books, Ink, tablet, of all paper, jmmicIIh ami nchool uupplii-kinds from A. It. lVnuv. i v PERSONAL POINTS, ir Slit. Guo. I Pknnv went to Paris Friday. Mihs.M.wi) Kcpi.kv is visiting friends in Iloyle. Slits. J. P. .J on i has returned from 4 lit ft tfc. jfjfc I 4 Cincinnati. .SIlss SIoi.uk I) .. iikhty hii- - returned from a mouth's visit to Knox vi He. .Iuikii: J. S. Ki.sdiiii'k, ofSomerset, has been on a visit to Sirs J. W. Alcorn. Slits. J. CuiVKit Jones, of Kansas City, it visiting iter mother in this county. Slit. II. C. HrOiiiiT Klnildened his old friends here with his presence yesterday. John Coon, aged 00, who had just will rent publicly to the highest bidder, before II a vino sold out-- my furniture and obtained a divorce nt this term of court, the Sin. axii Slits. W. II. Si'kaiiij.v. of Galdoor ill Danville, on latin, liuvu taken rooms nt the Portmiiu undertaker's business. I desire to collect obtained license yesterday to marry Sirs. Saturday, LMovomber House. all nrt'Oiinta due mens speedily as possi- Fiona Davidson, a widow of 5'.', who lias The Allen Oilmore place of (o Acrer, miduay SIus.G. II. SIcKiNXKVaml W. (J. ble, tlmt I may engage in other business. buried three husbands. One or two minStanford and Danville, on pike 30 acres Imvo been visitiiiL' Sirs. William I hope my friends and customers will isters refused to tie tho knot, but it was in roou grati; 30 lor cultivation. Terms made known on da) of sale. Posscsmoii Koyston in (iarrurd. appreciate my situation and make nil ef- finally tied by Judge Varnon and they given January 1st, 1800. A O T.SMirU.Admr. t 74 That ixd old couple, Sir. nml Sirs. fort to thus accomodate me. Respect- - went their way rejoicing. Wilkes-borKaii Waters, iaid our olllce a highly fullv. 11. K. Wearen. Rooks can bo A mini got caught on n jury at 31. appreclnted mil yrsterdny. found nt Geo. D. Wearen's. Pa., which, it was supposed, would Is ft Candidate fur Clerk of the Court of Appeals, MiksCmkuim Clm.ton, one of tint pretfinish the case by Wednesday, hut when subject to the action of the Democratic party. BnoKK HisTiiif.il. -- Mr. Wesley Rout ty Colluge girls, spent Siiturday nml Sunthat day arrived with no show of getting Klec.iou Aujust, i ...... II 1. pi. I, ...nt .....I t... ...l.il.. day with friends in Pnrksville. through for several more, he asked tbu mill yisterilny, missed Ids footing and Mns. W. G. Saa and Miss Orn have judge to excuse him so ho could keep his thigh, falling oir on the rock broke IlunicrH. ruturnnl from a visit to relatives in his contract to get married. The judge near tho hip joint. Friends assisted was powerless, but I keep on hand a No, t qualitv of Jellico, I. My HI., and point.- -, in Indiana. the counsel and the and Nut Coal my yard Leave your orders W. ltout, wheie in at SIissdi Hkssii: PkN.si.MiTo.v and Aman- liim to his son's, John will be attendYard old clients agreed to accept tho verdict of ed to or S S Myers' storo and theyIlIGOINS. As tho Dr. Carpenter set the bone. promptly. J da Goggin, of Stanford, have been tbe eleven nnd the man left with 6j Star ford Ky. is the other guesli thin week of .Miss Ann Freeman, man is So he will hardly recover. Itsail a light heart to take tho girl who was n fearful nce'ulent as wo know from tills city. Richmond llcgistcr. waiting for him. experience. .Mil. ltutvizv Hum has an excell-ntl- y w ritten article on the beauties of the DEATHS DOINGS. Fiiie at HrsTONVii.LU. Sir. J. D. My Now House on Main St., Knob portion of Lincoln, in tbo last issue Swain, who c.miu down yesterday, says Stanford. Kv. For terms apply to Mr W. II "L'ncle Peter" Kennedy, the nged of the Advocate Hiccins. Stanford. or to m e at Dam l.. that tho harness establishment of SI. K. father of Grove nnd W. F. Kennedy, LOTTIE N HOLMES. 31 SI&UH5. John A. Owens, dcot ngont Allen was totally consumed by fire Sun- died yesterday from the eHecta of a fall. nt Uarhourville, nml A. fc. Hitler, agent at day morning ami tbe drug storo of He had been about blind for a long time RENT. Corbiu, were hero Friday ns witnesses in Weatherford A Cook badly damaged. and in trying to move around slipped the case of Wells vs. the L A N. Tbu drug store lost more by bnsty A couple of elegant rooms on Lancaster Street, and hurt his buck. Clever nnd S. (!. Kknnkdy, train dispatcher at goods than by lire, but a side ho hail many friends w ho w ill suitable lor offices millinery or bed rooms. Hussellville, passed up to Crab Orchard of the house was buiiied. Tbe origin of W.G WELCH. regret to hear of his death. Saturday to sew his folks. He has u'oltcn the lire is a mystery. Sir. Allen returnto Imj as large a man as bis father since ed from the minstrel performance here A WARNING. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ho has been gone. nbout It o'clock and went into the store We will prosecute to the full extent of the law Little Cecil Nield is very sick. Tin: Shelbyvillo Sentinel says .that to leave n purchase he had made. He every person found on our lands with ;un anu LYNN I. Squire Owengiiaa u fattening hog in doK or net. Hon. John C. Cooper bns sold his resi- did not light even a match. Au hour 6S Mrs ALICE TUCKER. his pen with fouell developed ears. S,ii.fK) and will remove afterwards the fire broke out. dence there for Henry Mobley and Joel Angliu, of to 1Oiiisville, where ho will engage in ! Al. Field's Slinstrels, increased in this county, got !i0 days and $100 each in the real estate business. From my place near I'reachcrsville on the night Hi'stonvim.k was represented at the numbers ond enlarged in talent, gnvo a the U. S. Court at Imisville. of the gth a red cow with silently roan head, short ' "I" pay liberal years The type, presses, etc., formerly horns, 3for old last sprint.1. information aleading Minstrel performance Saturday night by splendid performance Saturday nightto or for her largest audience but one that has used on the Signal, have been moved to reward recovery returnJOHN Ill.ANKfc.Nhllir. to her a Bcore or more of her prettiest girls nnd the most gallant beaux, chaperoned by the ever assembled in our 0om House. Middlesboro and a job office set up. There were many new and excellent feaThe case of Pres Bullock in tho U. SAW MILL FOR SALE ! great and good Dr. Hawkins Drown. SIh. W.Ci'iitis lvniKitT, son of A. SI. tures and jovial, big hearted old Al mill- S. Court charged with having stolen a Lund nml Stook. and Sirs. Kato Kgbert, of Crab Orchard, ed much to the fine reputation his show mail pouch at Livingston, was continued had already gained here. He is n whole until next court. has taken a clerkship in J. Ilmoiwt Son's As I desire to leave Kentucky I will sell at great horse Twenty-onnew converts of the sacrifice a saw mills complete with 30 ox fogboilers largo dry goods bouse, In Ixmisville, uud team himself and ho has drawn around wagand 90 horse engines, 3 saw works, wagons, buckboard, t spring wagbcengivena most responsiblo position by him a,company of artists that can not be Methodists were baptized in Uouudstoue on 3 on and harness 3 yokes of cattle, 3 mules, hone, tbe firm. He is only 18 yearsof age nnd excelled in tho parts they take. Tho near Hrtish Creek sUition Sunday. This grist mill complete, and my farm of 560 acres of show is deserving the most liberal pat- is the neighborhood where the pistol snol land well tmincrcu. win sell privately. bids fair to make a line man of himself. MART SMITH. Maywood, Ky held sway two years ago. Squiiik C. It. Hum,, who with his wife ronage and we are glad to know that it and shot-gui The court of appeals has reversed and two children went to Kngland sever- is coining money for its manager this seaal mouths ago to visit relatives, returned son. the Wilsoy case wherein ho was given n of lL',500 against tho L. A N. for last week. He is so much pleased with (10011 Nkw . There looks like a bright- verdict being ejected from one of their trains bis Kentucky homo that ho induced As Adn ..lUtrator of S. K. Cowan, deed., I will on er day in dawning for Lineoln eonnty since on account of his reSIcssrs. Charles li. and A. VI. Green and Kngineer H. Spradlin and a coips of some years 4 fare. Tho SIlss Green to return with him and loOct. 31, 1889, engineers went to work hero yehterday fusal to pay cents per mile cate here. court decides tho damnges are excessive. At hit late Tesldcnce I'fi mile fro.n Husionville, to tin aline to theCiiinberlandand Nashin Lincoln county, Kstler Lackey, a jet lined son of sonalty of which heKy., tell publicly the perSIonsikiiis Dkkwukv Wi:aui:n, .1. Cab- ville under tho charter obtained several died possessed, consisting living at this place, discovered principally of ell Jones and W. Gaines Ijickey leavu Africa, ytara ago by the Cumberland H.iilroid Huggy, CarmTwo Mures, t work Mule, to day for a short visit to their homes at Co. It N said that if the road ran bo wliikvmt bunting a few days since that ine Implements. Ac K.C Terms: All sums of Jioand ever cash; oer that to charm Stanford, llro. Walton should bo proud built for n certain amount, capitalists are he is giftetl with the power amount, 3 inonthi' credit on notes with interest nnd personal security. of Lincoln's delegation to Central Uni- ready to build it, if tho counties along and capture birds. He worked bisgaino JOHN N. MKNr.FKn, Administrator versity, as they nro nil gentlemanly and the lino will guarantee a small amount very nicely on a quail and almost sucthe same man. eonipanionabli and studious to a high of tho bonds. .Mr. Sjiradlin, who is ceeded in catching a pheasant, but it At thn same timeand place and in kcll the personwill ner, assurwving partner, degree. Lincoln has always sent the well acquainted with the route, says flew away just as ho was laying hands alty belonging to the linn ofS. K. Cowan .1' Son, consisting' of Richmond Register. Wo that he is confident that he can inn a upon it. best, however. 15 lloKS, 100 Sheep, a jcarlmz Mules, llrood .Mule. Hull, Steer, 4 Milk Cows. Mrs. C. J. Gaulden returned to glad to hear good reports from line that will cost less than tho given nro always Male and Colt, Farming Impftmcnts and our boys and take pleasure in ropioduc-In- g amount, in which event we bliall get the LouisvilloSatunlay accompanied by her cry, a lot of Wheat, Oats, Corn iu Shock about 20 sticks ol Hay, Sc. S. U. Kennedy, tbo above. ro.ul if our citizens can bo awakened to brother, S. S. Myers. Terms made known on day ot sale. W O, COWAN genial Uucsollvillo train dispatcher, 70 the impoitance of tho enterprioc. A bo CITY AND VICINITY. was with UH Sunday. J. M. Williams very enthusiastic meeting was held here Louislast week and it may be taken for grant- has returned from l S. Court at Vkky lino candles nt T. R. Walton's. ville and resumed work at Livingston will do her part liberaled that .Stanford Nuw lot of boys' clothing nt S. II. ly. We must strike while the issue is nnd Mace Miller goes to Sinks in place of who is LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE .Shnnks'. hot, if we ever expect to get out of tho .Mr. Kennedy, of your county, in which wo are sick. I. N. Newland was in town MonRAILROAD. Ktovbh, coal vases and kitchen Bets dull and pokey groove day and says tho meeting at lhodliead running. cheap nt T. Sletcalf's. The Great has had ,"0 conveisions to date. Ciitcurr Couitr. Nothing of of jewelry and watches just Nkw lot LINE. lias been done in common wealth Solum, Ala., lost $200,000, 'Decatur, THROUGHJRUNK received. W. B. SicRoberts. and Huntington, .W. Va., cases slnco last report, t'xeopt that tho Ala., Any onk wishing a wheat drill will do three against Ed Hood for violations of ?20,000 by tire Sunday. well to seo me. I. SI. Bruce. A mob took Green McCoy and Milt the whisky laws wuro dismissed. DiWith vorces hove been granted Hrent Hays Haley, whom ollicers from West Virginia Nkw lleans, Hominy, Pickles, Ac. nt from his wife, Maria; John Coon from had arrested for minder in Logan counA. A. Warren's .Model Grocery. s S.uali, MaithaSowdurs from T. L. ty, this State, and hung them. s and (Jeorgo Hurtoii fiom Lizzie (Jo to Rowland for photoSeven of tho IS school children who Louisville To Nashville, graphs and tin types, 50 eta, per dozen, 'lliu ton. Tho appealed case of 13. T. were injured by tho explosion at FrankMemphis, Pence vs. the K. C. resulted in a hung lin, Pa., aro in a critical condition and I Frank Cordier. Atlanta, jury. Henry Wells got the full amount of them will die. A i. Ainu: and beautiful lino of hall and of bis claim agaitist tho L. A N., some S. S. Thompson, of Vermont, widely Montgomery, library lamps, tea and dinner sets. Call $!0 odd dollars and there is a report that known in railroad circles of the United Little Rock, and 8cu them. T. Mctcalf. ho will enter suit against tho company States, died Wednesday at Fran fort, .. Mobile and New Orleans. In tho civil case of Unwell against for damages in u largo amount, it having Midi. Ho leaves a fortune of $7,000,000. In a murder cuso at 1'aris, Charles Newport News & Mis3.Vallay Oo. Light for settlement of a saw mill part- accused him of einbczlomont and held of the jury, who his wages to make it good. J. S. Owsley Hrown, colored, was the only witness nership, tho foreman Only one change to points in practice in this court. and on his statement tho jury gave him was young and never had such experi- Jr., was sworn to went homo Saturday and 10 years. Six wero sent to tho peniten& ence beforo, returned this verdict: "Wo Judge Morrow returned yesterday. Ho tolls us that ho tiary from Jlourbon last week. the jury find the defendant not guilty." EMIGRANTS Thus. Thompson, Uobert Uobinson , but could llnish up this week, but for tho A Hmilo went around tho the line of this ho continued nuinorous case and Samuel Hemming wero crushed to Seeking homes on Special rales, road will receive on examination it whh found that tbo fact that JrSce atjents ot this Company for rates, routes till next week to accommodate Col. death while playing cards under a car at verdict was in proper shape; it wna Judgo Alcorn, who are at- Irwin, l'tt. JameH Thompson had his Ac,, or write toCi I. ATMOIIE. G. 1'. & T. A.. only tho confusion of tho foroman which Bradley aud LouUille,Ky London court. tending tho back broken and died shortly afterwards. caused tho ludicrous return. firtt-clas- t. 74-- Tuesday evening, nt fl:!H), to bear report tho Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. In a fight between n sherllPB posse of tbo representative to tbu grand lode. KruiwH, ll'H nml ilati'B at S. 8. My- James T. Crai, N. G., A. 0. Sine, Secy. and Houben Buriowfl nnd his pals In Al- cih'. abmn, two of the former were killed and i MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. four wounded. Nkw lot of juyvelry, wutclitm nml Steamboat traveling seems to bo All Hllverwnro hurt received. Judpe Jobn 1). Goodloe, of SIndison, Bold will bo uiiKraved at reasonable ratcH was married Wednesday to Miss Nellio safer than railroad. Out of 550,000,000 passengers carried during the last fiscal V. IJ. SlcHoburtH. Gnuj,li, in Lexington. Sir. SI. F. Marsh, editor of tbo Slays-vill- o year were but .'12 accidents nnd I!01 Comb in nml leave your order for a Into Bulletin, was married to Miss Mary deaths. fall or winter Hiiit. Sly Btock embraces II. Tho only gir.itl'o uver horn in capToup, of Slaysville, last Wednesday. Homo of tbo finest jroods ever shown Tbo marriage of Princess Sophie- of tivity, died at tho Cincinnati Zoological beru; H. C. UiipU-y- . Gardens Saturday, despite tho most care- Prussia nml tbu Duke of Sp.irtu, was .. Sunday with great pomp and nil nursing ami tlio prayers of tho unHain intcrferred with tbe saloof Sain'l righteous of that ungodly city. ceremony at Athens. l Cowan and it was postponed until Thuru are 01 National Ranks In KenSir. Uowen Givons, a very excellent is Thursday. Hist. Home valuable stock young man, and SIlss Hessio Kngleman, tucky with a capital stock of 10,1(11,100, to ho sold. See ad. a very handsome and attractive blonde, a surplus of $'2,lVi),7lV .(! and undivided In digging nbout his premises las WII1 bo made one profits of nearly n million. Tho total wek, Sir. 1). G. Collier found n hollow a .vuw Hampshire couple, 1)2 and J8 loans and discounts amount to S10.421,-7f.. ..! U....1.1 about six feet long which U'lIU ,ll'l I.. !...! 1.. .4 I.. 18. me respectively, innmcii last weew; .1... Indi- groom had had three other wives and dently the petrilled remains of nn XKW ADVKiniSKMKNTS. an. Tbo bead, breast and lower limbs the bride one other husband. shape, but unfortunately were in Two novel marriages occurred at the it broke to pieces when ho tried lo lift it Atlanta Imposition last week on Farm- COAL LANDS, TO LEASE up. ers' Alliance Day. The couples weru dressed in cotton bagging, with buttons Rowi,N has a new postmaster I w.mt to lcaM my Coal I.antli, in Wlntlcy, co Ky., soo Acies. The Knoxvillc llranch of the I, Photographer Frank Conlier, vice Geo. of green cotton balls. John Jacob Astor, who is reported A N. railroad ia.ps through these lands. Four Mrs. Nannie Raker N. Hrady removed. been made on has been appointed at Pine Hill in place to bo worth ?150,000,000, is shortly to opening have Apply to my them and the coal V agent, Thoma marry Sirs. Rowler, whoso husband was ii of HiO. Rroughton, John G.SIullins at Yarnon, at Stanford for tcrmi, Ac. a nephew of Pendleton, of Withers, Rockcastle, vice Mrs. Nancy A. MAKV W. VAKNON Withers removed nnd SI. Gregory at Ohio. The old man is 58 and tho widow PUBLIC RENTING. Slarydell, vice J. W. Hrooks re is no spring chicken, though she is said to be quite handsome. moved. fori'lii and tiotnes-ti- c OURSTORE ISFULL -- OK- ... Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Flannels, Com- A forts, Jeans, Kerseys, Yarns, "Underwear, Boote, Shoos, Hats, Caps. Best lino of TT nderwoar Ever Brought to this City. A Large Stock of Plush I 4 . Sacks, Flusk Jaokets, Cloth Jackets. Call and see our Coods and got Prices. SEVERANCE & SON. I. 1 court-hous- e I WMOli -- 9th, hc-t- Dealer lii- - Sic-Kinn- o, F. Brlnklcy l.'ji-ri- Chi--oug- o, Attention, Coal Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, &c, 11 rPOR SALS. FOR MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS, kind-hearte- d, -- 7i-- tf STANFORD, KY. . Stravcd or Stolen i Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Five- - o e and Scven-Ilusli- cl 1 Barrels of Fresh Salt. 1 1 Prices Always Reasonable. J. P. BURTON, Clerk. n ss-t- Administrator's Sale T. R. WALTON. Thursday, 1 1 no-to- p OUR I Celebrated Buell Boots plain and box toe in liip and calf. Boys' extra high Buell Button Boots; Broan Boots in split, and hiv; plain and box toe in child's, boys' and men's sizes. Men's fine Shoes in standard screw machine sewed and hand welts. Ladies' fine hid and goat Shoes in machine sewed and hand turned. Gum Boots, Arctics and sandals in children's, Misses, women and men's sizes. oil-gra- 1 1 1 1 Ma-Ch- n Have arrived ; single and in Rubber-Line- d Vamps, couse-iHienc- o SOTJTHT & WEST BRUCE & McROBERTS. -- Sow-dor- lirst-clas- The Great Remedies ! n ARKANSAS TEXAS. KKHT Sl'KCIFIC cures all Mood diseases, such as Scrofula, .Ulcers, Pimples, U. Thioat White Swelling, Syphilitic diseases in all Us stages, Necrosis, Ac, Price $1 per liott'c. MAVIS' IKON lilTTKRS is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia it elves a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the nui.tles and nervous system. Price $1 per bottle. GATMPF'S WORM SYRUP Is made of the best worm killers and expellers .11 wii to the medical profession and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant to take, safe and reluhlc. l'nceij per Dottle. GATUFFS MAGNKTIC PIM.S for all Uver Complaints, Impalrel Digestion, Sick HcaJadc, Ac. Acts as cathartic. Price as cents per bos. Manufactured and Icr sale to die trade by the WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Williamsburg, Ky. ' court-room- BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Uoofc 14 Write Krplno, Short Hand, Telegraphy. .t. fclHOWII or Cntatofue anil full liiformatlon.lmXJXM & V I B If T LLC IV A 'j A ft.. aIk- frlasWr1 11MgjS3BKraWPWrsfHwTLWff "S. vXuft Semi-Weekly Interior Journal AT A NOISY MAN. Published Every Tuosday and Friday $G J?KIs "When not bo Although a noisy man A nuisance worth abusing I ratlrtr like tti- - follow H It, somehow, 10 amusing. Of scnsoless sound he's dropping And think that be li wound to go Forever vr thout stopping. mt It' fun to hear the endless flow YMAK.IN ADVANOK o paid S2.GO will be charged. K. C. LOCALTIME CARD. While others writhe In pain because, Ilo s tiiuklng them so tired I wntoti tho motion of h's Jaws And wonder If thej'ro wired. Though lie Is called a "windy bag," And oilier nunifs as tunnv, It's worth, I think, to hear him brag About one rent of money. Whll" people hate his vnln conceit And think ho Isn't witty And sadly snub him on the street, t feel for hlin p.ty. 11 Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 a. in., returning I at 4:30 P.m. l. anTlocaltime card. .u 3'Pm Mail train going North tjtpm South H37P'n Express train" South " North - J7am ,030 am Local Freight North 3 35Pm South carry passengers. The latter train alo The above it calculated on standard time. Solar time it about so minutei faster Horn without brnlns he cun not soo Himself ns other see him; Ilesldcs he's very gnml to bo A fre.ik In some lice line 1 pity hlrn, in such A proper plnco I'd shoro him. For, wlillo I lIKo him rather much I can not say I love hlin. V""S.V! 'J iS r"fc St 11, though lin's such n nulsnnco cool That, glodly, we'd destroy Mm, He doesn't menu to be. The fool Imagines we enjoy him. II 0. Dodge, luGondull's Sun. CKUEh KINDNESS. Tho Nuturnl Sequol to n Mothor'8 Miataken Indtilgciioj. Wbnt shnll Mo call her?" sntd Funnel' Ellis, looking tloun upon tho small specimen of lininmiity lylnj" no helpless in the nurse's nnns. "Angola." snltl Mrs. Kills, turning on her pillow to gaze on the tiny features. "That's as near nnrrel as I can got It," mho thought, 'and .John would pooh at me, if ho luiew just how 1 foil." Hut John made no objection, for tho, fifteen yo.trs of married life which had bean childless tuado the stranger more welcome. blue-eye- d POWDER Absolutely Pure purity, Thi powder never varies. A marvel strength and wholesomenrss. More economical than the ordinary kinds and can not be told in ,Vi weight, alum or pnosphatepowders. cans. 11UYA1. 1IAN.I.NU nwrER en.. 106 Wall street. New York. is ..mn.ttlinn ...,,1. m ,,1 ,? t.,,1. nl ftW sllOtt Sold only in tf. HIISS KATE BOGLE . True, an adopted daughter claimod their love and care, and tho Uttlo R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. raalilon, who stood rapturously gnzlng at tho infant, deserved all that DENTIST. she reclvod. Office on Main street, opposite Portman House,, "Nettie Kills is tho smartest girl in up stairs. Nitrous Oxide das given for painless town," was the verdict of more than extracting STANFORD, KENTUCKY. "When she gets ono rustio admirer. to be a woman she'll mako things buzz." and. Indeed, she did not lack DR. W. B. PENNY, much of doing so now. DENTIST. Thrifty Mrs. Ellis was a model Thus Office South side Main street, in oftice recently housekeeper, und kept no girl. vacated by Dr. I. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky early, Nettie had been initiated into tho mysteries of butter and VARNON,! and In dish washing, sweepWALLACE E. ing and dusting, she went far beyond Attorney at Law, all tho little girls of her acquaintance. Kentucky. Slio wnstheoamo busy little maiden in Stanford, school, for the "winter term" was all Will practice In all the courts of this and adjoin-nsho onjoyed. and her teacher echoed counties and In the courts of appeal, lOfficco'er McKoberts & Sugg's drug store. tho verdict of tho townspeople. And now a little sister hnd come to share her pleasures and her work, for often BLUE-GRANURSERIES sho hnd hoard Mrs. Ellis &ay: ' "It's my bounded duly to teanh my A full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Tree, Grape Vines, Smill Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, girls to do overy thing I can do and everything for the nrchird and garden. We and In Nottie's case, surely, sho employ no agents but sell direct at low prices to the planter. I'erona! inspection of our immense hnd not failed. Why is it that tho finest stock invited. Description catalogue with xalua. theories vanish often when brought to ble suggestions on application. 11 F Hll.l.ENMEVER, tho tobt? Lexington, Ky. "If I over havo children of my own. I'll show people how thuy should bo FOR trained," many a model school teacher Within a half mile of Lancaster, Kentucky, has declared. Ahts! tho boast soon censes when tho trial coinos. St 260 Acres A Cood. House So, as the Angela grew Of land, 40 Acres In clover The land can be rented as a v. hole or in parcel., to go in corn or rapidly out of long clothes, anil went small grain, su'jjeil tu the pteference of renter, pattering about tho tho would prefer tn rent for a series of ears a first class mothor was so taken up witli adoring In Lancaster, on Danville boarding houe, eight large rooms; house in a her "angel" that thj old thoorlos wore good"sta1e of repiir, within few feet of the busforgotten. Angola developed it sturdy iness portion of the town. Address 16 Mrs. D M. ANDKUSON. will of her own. and "the must not bo Lancaster, Ky. crossed," the mother decided, though it inado her appear so unlovely In tho eyes of all others. Nettie loved thu wilful Uttlo ono. SALE AT A SACRIFICE ana tried to leach iter what sho hud been so eaieftilly rained to perform, known a the I will sell tit" but Angela boii decided "Lot tht" work who love to. I don't liko it." 'I'm afeard you're making a mistake wife," Mr Kills said. "It's cruel For ONE I'HOVSAN'O DOLL MIS cash kindness ,ou'rothuwing our Uttlo girl. You don't make her mind vory well, The Cottage opposite the Railway and the ain't half so foirard as Nettle Djpot, was at hoi .tgo." Much yu know about it," said Mrs. Formerly eccupiw h H. L. Miller, at the same Kills, angrily. "She's all wo'vo pot. pUcv for blGIll I1UNDK1.D DOI.LAUm and I don't mean she .shall work as 1'vu CUi.ll. always done." Same can fce seen by appl) ing to Mr. W. F Crab Orchard. Tho child had lo .rned to oboy her fiithor, but as ho nover Interfered in J OTIKNHr.lMFR. No 30 State Street New York household affairs the went on. At school tho wilful girl studied or not, as suited her pleasure, and when NUio was declared "too old to On Tuosday, Nov. 5, 1839, go to school," Angola was sont u a to bo educated. will Stll lint a new element appeared in the My 336 Acres, Ellis household, threatening its tranAnd entire lot of Sto.K, of quility. Nettie had a lover, a sturdy follow, with only his strong of Jack Stock, 40 Head of' young 40 Head hands and true heart to recommend uhecbe-making; ------ Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools'of Lincoln county. Election August, 1890. g SS oducntion," ns sho doolarod, though S. O. DAVIS, somo said: "It's amazing how Uttlo PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, It tnkos to sntlsfy hor In that lino." I have moved my meat store across the street , Sho disliked household drudgery," ns in the Common ial Hotel, north side of Main St., M.T. V3CUNON-- Iv V. I facilities, sho styled tho homely, duties which wherenowhave fitted up With Increasedlurmsn tne I am better prcpareu man ever to Office not door to Whitehead's Drug ''tore. filled up the llvos of most of tho o pucllc with all kinds ol fresh meals. Special attention given to diseases ol children M. V. KLKIN, about hor, Intensely. "Nottlo acts as If sho really enjoyed I herself," sho said to hor lather, after HARRYA. EVANs, a visit to hor adopted sister. "Sho has I wish to sell myjfarin ofy acres situated on ANALYTICAL CHEMIST. three boys, only think of it, and sho Is the Lancaster pike tu miles from Stanford Tho land Is all in grass; a c jinfortalile dwelling ol 4 S1ANKORD, KV proud of them." moms Is situated upon It Will sell at s bargain O A IlKNKHICT, Stanford. 41 "Well sho may bo: cute little chaps Enginecrinr and Surveying in tho are," replied her fit I hor, "and all branches. I Ned and his wlfo aro doing tlrst rate." "Doing! I should think so.V said JLot, 1825. Angola. "Nottlo showed mo the A Uriels: cheese and butter sho had made, mid On Somerset street, at present occupied by Mr I. II Cooper, A very uYsirible place and can be It fairly made me dizzy." obtained at abargun Address or call on Kansas, W II. ANUKKMIN, lliirp-"Your mother taught hor, nnd she On Dwellings, Household Furniture, Stores, MerOr V. M. McKOIIBK TS, Stanford, Ky. chandise, ,U , apply to the old knows how." said Mr. Ellis. "I wish you'd let hor teach you. my child." Pennsylvania Firo Insurance Co. "Timo enough to learn that stuff I Lightning clauses atti hcJ and damages paid when I'm obliged to." said Angola, Vhether file cnues or not, trolling a gay air. GEO, It IIKl'CE, Agent. wish to sell my Farm of 170 Acres, situated on 17 pile, 4 miles irom Hyattstilleand KirVssille li The "time" came vory soon. Angola Ihe ...... sa uJI kts( riul rtlM la iitinn tl vn fdllVMSIt li "ril HHSS.HTI, issa si.xrts had a beau. fortable dwelling house, stable, orchard In fact, nasc ai.u iuu. WOOD an me necessary conveniences. "Charlie Moss lias a lino farm, all other tracts would sell. j 1IANS1IKURY WKST, llyattsville. his own." Mild tho proud mother, "and j8 he belongs to one of tho vory first ! Outfit-to- r families." Fourth Avenue, SI Sacrifice. The marriage was completed undor the happiest auspices, and tho homo-lif- e A AND DAIUV KAHM of 160 Acres of tho young couple began. Hut, in l.eavenrsorth county. Kansas, within t$ inilea City, Mo. All nlasl Angela soon learned, by many a of Kansasand smole house,lenccdj cf fine dwell C. A. BENEDICT & CO., 10 acres me barn bitter lesson, that sho was unable to apple orchard, J acres of Krapes and other by never fallsmall fruit, Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, mnko an orderly, comfortable homo ing sprinss. magnificently watered Country thlcUy settled and churchby tho help of ,n careless, lncompotent es schools and railroad near. Land adjoining "TAN FORD, KY '1 here is held at girl, when sho knew so Uttlo hersolf. and no betterthis for $40 to $50 per acre an industrtous man. l'ricc a fortune in Wells drilled 10 order and I'umps lurmihed si Tho visits of hor parents to tholr Stopet acre on easy terms. Address factory prices. )o JOHN M. I'HILtl'S. daughter's homo gave them tho heartKoomfo4 N V. Life lluildlnu, Kansas City, Mo. ache, and mtido Mrs. Ellis wonder If, I. .11. IIKUCE, after all, sho had not done as her husband had often told hor, "shown cruel SALE AM) 1W STASH, kindness to her child." STANFORD, KY. Death enmo suddenly to Mr. Ellis, MT. VERNON, KY. and tho mother wont to llvo with hor Hoteljis still maintain SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMKHCIAL This old and daughter. ins its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe- travelers Horses and mules bought and sold. "I can help her and tell her how to cial attention to the traveling public. horstsand vehicles used in livery. Onlr do." she thought Al.V NEWCOM11, Prop., Also agent for the Mt. Vernon, Ky, l Hut, alas! It was too late. Sho saw WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTINGJ50- all her mistakes in tho trnlnlng of Angola, faithfully copied In her teaching of hor only son, and when sho This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen snd warned her of tho consequoncos of her others not to trespass on our lands without Per. CKAII ORCHARD, KY mission, as all such will be prosecuted 10 the fullwholosnlo indulgence, heard only: of th law. Signed. , Dealer In est extent "Oh, mothor, you're growing old. t. lit), iiurrr.H. .J.HILL, ,M. McKUUKKTSJK. XI.S. HAUOHMAN, Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Gaps You havo forgotten how children feel. tOIIT. McALISlKR. J. K IIRUCK I can tniln my child." Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, S II. IIAUCI MAN, S. II. SHANKS. Tinware, Furniture snd a MRS. HKNKV1IAUOHMAN. A.M VKLAND Mrs. Ellis was not sorry when tho W HOLMKS, IOIIN F..T. I'KNCK, Conoral Lino of Crocorios, V C. I'ARUISll. messenger came, and sho was laid A, I IIAYinfN, M. L. RICHARDS. Candies, Crois Ties, &c. hor husband in the hist dreamless D. V. HOLMKS. JOSH ADAMS All kindsFancy PIIII.IIKRT RICHARDS of Produce taken in eschange for goods sleep. tho ottcd. spoiled son II. W.UAINKS. of n doting mother Is a drunkard, H.M'ROBERTS, M.D., needing destitute of R. B. a guardian to caro for what remains of STANFORD, KY his Inrgo patrimony. SUCCESSOR TO Office on Lancaster Street, opposite Nolllo'a Hock of bravo boys hnvo all to THE HATTER, Having removed to this place from Liberty, the gone forth from tho farm earned by practice Ills profession, rails the attention ot her own and her husband's industry, to ub lie to the fact that tie will be ready at all hours 511 4TH AVKNTJE. .1., nr nluhtio answer calls in town or country. homes of their own, while, sho, with Thirty years ofhis lite were spent In Stsnford and LOUISVTLLJ3, KENTUCKY. silver threads thickly sprinkling hor ne uecms unnccciiirj 10 ipc.. ui hi .unur a physician and surgeon A share of the patronhair, rccllnos In her saying: age of the people ofstanford and vicinity isasked The Nobbiest & Most Stylish 65. tf by him. "I'm so sorry for Angola and hor Stock of poor boy. "It wns 'cruel kindness,' IMPORTANT CHANCE OF TIME. giving 'om such a bringing up, I'm sure." Mrs. E. J. ltlchmund, In WomOn and afcr Sept at. 1M9. the lime ol trains on theN N. KM V,E D "Old Kentucky Route" an's Magazine. will be as follows Removal ofButcher Shop -- SSSPISSBSSK. k m poo-pl- 77-t- f. For Sale f r COWPANY 1 I st sw. CREAM I ti.1 FOB SALE House and r. KstabHslicd FOR I1TSTJRA1TCE twmt LEXINGTON-.KY. EtZt83i, j FARM FOB. SALE I I 1 V rtwsi :wkgjy . v MILLS. gro-ler- y, 11 B m STANFORD 1 1 4 WALLA6E, Kentucky. ROLLER For Sale at a .Mon's IouiNville, All persons wishing a pleasant life and well pleased wife let Ihcm use Patent Flour madeal Stanford Roller Mi.ls Call far it at your and if they have not git it on hand, urge them to keep It or get an order from them and get it at the.Mill an I I will guarantee a pleasant and interesting laimiy o VV POTTS. Superintendent ivety, tcd and Safe iable bear-in- iSN 67-i- ,;i'.m W. fXm NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. IV fit.t-class H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. IONDON, KY, Good turnouts and saddle hoists always lor hir on reasonable terms Ixindon is the most coovta lent point on the railroad to reach places in the 10 in the mountain s Hon cf the Mate THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, Sj-t- POSTED. 11 J". 131. HEILTOlsr Queens-ware. Proprietor No Hotel In Kentucky has a hMlcr reputation, and its proprietor is drtrrmlntJ that shall be maintained He has rccentlv a' Jed to its appointments Pool and lSUUurd ParlorH A First-Clas- bo-slt- lo s Llvory Stable To-da- y, ly self-contro- l, GEOGEGHAN, 0. To arcommoda e the demands of his Increased licit Turnouts furnished transient patronage, Commercial I ravefers and Mhrrs THK GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND Court-IIou- i. FINEST 11 arm-chai- r, HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES my-solf- ," ADVENTURES A I.hiIjt's "oF A WATCH. H A1C world-renown- S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- ING TO ROOMS. .V 9 TlniK.riero Wlilrli I Continually lloliiK Lost und l'ounil. Ever brought to the city of Louistille, now opei including the KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS And also my own importation of Knglith Hats and Caps An elegant lino ol Canes and Lyon's Finr Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. 71-- RENT. rosy-cheeke- d farm-ho.js- o, ast-uue- , 1 Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, ' Ken-lied- -- mUu-hie- f 1 Farm of i g Horses, Consisting principally of Ilrond Man-- , and Including my fine stalllcn, OX 'I IMF., Also all other stock necessary to carry ona larm, including crop and farming utensils Terms All sums under Jio cash;ocr that amount negotiable note will be taken, payaMe in Land 'j i 4 months, with C per cent Interest and balance In t and scars with f pir cent in111' H 111. H, Lh terest from day ot sale Slielb) City, Ky 68 ca-l1 hlin. ' ; p-'T- f..V.. trjVTr wviAA A UPC 1 nn u 1 KI jnumcRoi rmenu 1 vtltV.ftT-IV.Cn.- f' owns a farm, we'll lit her go." Hut Mr. ELI dffltlud. "Nettie Is a good, true girl, shall decide this maUor hei'Milf." And Nollio decided. go and hulp you earn a home, "It's i.ll nongonso," .Yi's. Ellis, said, 'wo can't spare Nettie, and Porter home to tuke her to When lie hitr-n- o , iTiof H &ASV LESSENS PAIN DIMINISHES nlU-V- ' H P.'inRltNS DANGER' S1 LABOR life Of, Ned." Tho faithful Nettlu must not go from the rich Tinner's homo wh ro sho hail been reared, empty handed, so the was rohbod ol great floi-- of ge-tin Ir fed hors), and plump buds wore made, and a chest full of linen and wouMn sluols, spun and woven by hoi own ii - hands, was given Nottlo, nnd so iimiu needful things, that tho verdict of the community, which Is nlwayf (in ii I In diil'Ii 1'iues, was: Km-- "i ' huvo ghen tho girl t BRADFiaDLEGUffiRnaANTASA (JOllil M' l.ji ,i Ms ..i.e. Aiig la hud "finished hoi fl't."" bomo yours ago a handsome watch for woman's wear traveled from Switzerland to n Providence joivoler's.whero In a show window it attracted attention ns a proper gift to bestow upon n friend. It was purclias.'d.put In its pretty caso with the chatelaine attached, and tho whole later lost before tho purchaser arrived home. Three days later It was advertised as found mid was again In tho possession of its purchaser. It was bestowed upon the fr.otid. Heforo many day., tiftvr the lady had returned from a drlvi. tho wntoh was found to havo boon dropped from its chatelaine. No research could find It. Three weeks later it was carried into a jeweler's for fitle. lecognized by the owner and recovered. Sitting on the ruics at Narragansott I'lor ono summer day, and wondering if it were yet late afternoon, tho ownor of tho watch glanced down to nee tho time and the watch was missing. It had been securely fastened, but the chatelaine had broken and let go tho tlmokoepor. fJolng baclr to the hotel tho lady was spoken to by an man. "II.ivo you lost elderly miss?" was nuked. thing. any Yes, a watch." "Hero it Is." And uninjured Ihe tramp pleco of. Jewelry was returni'd to the owuer. Tho chatelalno being repaired stoutly, the watch was worn lo Philadelphia. Of course It was lolt there, and equally o course It was found by tho clmmbor-mal- d In the hotel ami milled to the owner In Uhode Island by thu proprietor of tho house. Expostulation from frionds. proffered advice, which is said to possess an unpleasant odor, nnd chldings, failed to make tho owner stop wearing tho watch. Yesterday tho watch hung, with numerous jithor si ver trinkets, sus pended from tho cliatolalne worn from tho girl's side. Sho stood on a wharf looking down Into tho witter. "How deep Is It down thereP" was asked. "About fifteen feet." "Whon tho tide is out?" "Yes." I'luugo went something into the green water below. "What was that, a fish?" asked a bystander. Hut tho girl know hotter, and she innocently covered tho chatelalno with ono hand and said: "I think It was a fish; I thought I saw him Hop." Hut going hoiivi she said to hor companion: "Say. you know that fish that Hupped so?" "Urn." "Well, It wns my chatelaine watch; It dropped in there Uerspang and wont to the bottom." And when tho man got through scolding tho girl said: o "It'll coino buck; It's got to. I a fish w ill swallow It and I shall buy that same fish of tho peddler. Oh, It's got lo coma back!" Pro vidonco (It. I.) Journal. sup-pos- SEAL SKIN SAGQUES, CAPS,, Gloves and other Kurs, a specialty. Orders out side of city solicited, perfect satlsfactior guaran teed Don't Isil toorder a NOIIItV HAT ?;yi " " mall. " Yeslibuled Ei arrives I.ein;ton daily 4 47 p. m. Trains leaving l.csingion at 7 y a in. dally and arriving ai IO JS p 01 uuilj nam mm h.ii,-i- i. J. L.MURI'HV. J I) YARUlSi.lON. i a id v. v Pass Agt , , S. A IIHOMIIKUfS.Tras l.esmgton, K) last hast mail daily ex Sun . Lexington it $ a. m. TURKISH " 3 jo p m. Accomodation, " " Vestibulcd E , " tiiop, m Sun. Siua, 11 Acconi arr Lexington daily Is-- RISSIAN IIATHS IN HOTEL i. 'itp. r P 3f a a I? re a O. a xn P JS.S M re gtrq Kentucky Central "JilAriC C.Ii-VSaJ R.R. ROUTE t Pgtt o g la p o re t J .re vs. t. re a UOUTJC." THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST o0 a 1 K. -- ' re OENTItAL KENTUCKY 1 rroin all I. ints a a p p 55 p FAST i 5re re 5- - LINE & No ?. HETWEEN J. T. STJTTOIT c& CO., LEXINGTON CINCINNATI. it, 1M9. n pr HUSTONVILLE, KY Are Mill in the huslne s anil ready to s!o any thing in the Undertaking- line. We have a full stock C'f Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Rohci of every description Our he.trse, which is nearly new ian be obtained on short notice Mr J II Giepn has ch.irgo of ' ur business and will show our goods to any one needing aii)thing in our f line 64-t- SCHEDULE IN UFKI.CI MAi No. 4 houlh-Hound sc T g. No. 6. Ka I Sun. a m a ni w 41 10 in ot p m 10 TO Sun. re n g S HOME AND FARM, LOUISVILLE, KY. fhs Leading Agricultural Journal of ths South and West. I.ve Cincinnati .. I.ve Covington.. Lve Falmouth. Arr Paris Arr Lexington.- .... Lve Paris Arr Winchester.. Richmond... Arr Arr Lancaster-- .. Arr Stanford. . .. Lve Kitliniond .. Arr llcrea. Arr Lexington ., North-Hound. 8 8 11 11 11 Daily I M p 8 04 p g 17 p 10 si n 11 00 p III J 1 4 tn rn p it 05 p m w, ju 0 II IH 4 to 11 m 4 1 15 p ml 3 00 p in 5 so p in 20 aw in 5 40 p 111 in 6 o p in 5 m o ju p m 4( p n, oS p in iTvtn. ''BHsiH HPHIssssssssH re si3 n era " 7 ) V " t3 ,, p - a No 1. Mado by Farmers for Farmors. As n record of successful apiculture, Homr a.nii I'akm has no equal. Kvcry topic relating to iiRriciillure is openly discti-,i- l in ita columns liy the farmers themselves, No expense is tparnl In cciirin; n full account of every notable uc-ceA No. . 3. o.s. P p. re, s o lz a g- o. r " re 2 and language vthiclt make it plain to all. ITS LIST Or CONTniHUTORC Contains the names of the most iroKrcksisef.mn-'- " of the hontlt and V.'est T'.icy do not ttent of theoretical farming, but of the nctinl cundi-tlmi- s II, I' Johnson ; which cotifroul Wnldo I'Mlrown : Henry Btetvart Jului ,l htnlil ; A. I'. I'ord , JefT. Wclhorii , J I null T lliooUs. John C Ivlpari hticlc's Ilayou T II ll.tldv.iu mid a hoit of others make tl1Ujour11.1l indispensable. Moreover, it is equally A HOME MACAZINE. r KstVy subject of interest to the Is fully treated, Mury Murnlcii, I.ols Catesby. Mrs. Ill own, Mrs. Daviess, Mies Cabell, Miss Moshv, Alice Winston nnd a score of others will contribute regularly. 11 y , home-make- the farm. It isUUtiuuiscly the FAHMERS' OWN PAPER, record of their dally life, presented lit a form 011 FAITH LATIMER Is In charceof our Children's Detiartment, and she 1ms the peculiar faculty of being both Interesting and instructive. THE MYSTERY OF THE NATION Is n tlirllliiitr story nppearlnu; in Iloitn ANfi I'akm, by John It. MusU'L, nnd Is exciting wide BILL ARP'S LETTERS attention. Short htories by distinguished writers appear from time to time. Appear In each issue, and this humorous philosopher was never more interesting than at this lime. IN ITS EDITOItlAL DEI'AItTMKNT Homr AND Haiim speaks'boldly nnd fearlessly la belmlf of " I'armers' Right It f.ivor a rt vision of theWIITIn behalf of the farmer ; better roads far the farmer, I'rce Mail Delivery to the nmong the farmers, and its fanner; uiiu la to " Ilust Tnists." Its motto Is " FalrTmJe und Farmers' Hlghts." Walton, SendfiistoW 1'(NTMiloit Stanford, and j;et tho Semi Weekly JotNNAl. and the and Farm one )ear eat h lloitin i.ve Livingston. S 00 a in 10 15 a in Lve llersa. Arr Richtiioiid . .. n45a jii Lve Stanford .. 7 00 a m I.ve Lancaster ... 7 40 a in Arr Richmond.. 9 45 am 1 40 p in 6 10 Lve Richmond. 7 '5 Arr Winchester. j 30 p 4 10 pjn 743 Arr Paris 1 45 P n I.ve Lexington .. 3 45 I '"I 7 00 a 35 I' " 4 as P m 8 53 I.ve Paris 5 07 P m 5 30 p 9 13 Lve Falmouth-.- ,. 7 ao p m Arr Covington. ... 6 35 V m 10 35 7 35P rn Arr Cincinnati ... 6 4 P m IO 4S On IheMavsville Ilranch.Xoo. leaves Paris at 8 00, a in and No. II, it 545. P "b arriving at ic Alaysvilleat in 15, a in; auu s io, pm no leaves .Maysville at 5,15 a in, arriving at Paris at in l7 40,uin. No u leases p Maysville at trains and are in. These arrives at Puis it 4 05, daily except Sunday. No. 43 leases Lexington 10 03 am; anises Paris 10 45 am; exrept Siludas No 8 leives Cincinnati 515 pin; arrises Palmoiuh I 7 30 pm : except Sunday. No. 7li'jcs Fnlmoutli 6 00 am; arrives Cincinnati 755 am; except Sunday I N Ji leases Clntinn.iti 8 o a m; arrives mouth in 30 am: Suml.ir isjly ' No. 33 leaves Falmoutli 4 5 P mj arrives Cm- -, cimiati 6 1511m; Sunday only. '1 rain Notes: No 3 runs dally lutween I.exing-- I ton nnd Cincinnati. No ) runs dally between Cincinnati and Lvxiugtoii. Nos 1 nnd 6 mako connections at Winchester loriiolntsontheN N. ,V"M. V. lly Nn 4 inaVos llits c"tincctouat Lexington. IMI'OU I ANT -- Trains of this line now arrive nt and depart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, Kast and West. Through tickets and baggage checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co S. F. II. MOUSE, It. H. IIACON. Traveling rass'g'r Aqt., Gen'l PasVg'rAat., Lexington, Ky. Covir.glon, Ky, U.K. HUN riNGTON, General Manager, GEN KRAI. OFFICES Chamber of Commerce lluilding, Cincinnati, O . 111 111 1 I PJCPsMfcitV WihTi. ' tf Ifi Vi-u.'-S.i. 1 Z3totJitt' P ST WM. ADAM LEXINGTON, U SON, - 4i 1IROADWAV, - KY. mwerb: t. UCUIEVIlir lf:''iiiSl NIIKBlH Nla.lBSTCHICA50J!T (Q- - A NRW FAST MAIL I.eaMiig both -- Dailj.beiures 10 ii CINCINNATI I'raseltrs, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE EverattrinrUt between the great commercial cities on the Ohio Kiver and Chicago, and hence the fastest lime and most (omforlalle trains between all polnlj Hi ihe South, ur to the West and Northwest. Ihe ir'inicrp.iriof this train on all trunk lines is ileiiiiiniiMici! I lie Limited Express. I he superb sto.k we employ gives patrons Unlimited (. .iiiiort V"fJ,;',l."i'l'ii Ttciet Olfices m the South yoirwill fiml .. r tm c t .hits and tickets. Say Mo-no- n, get Mouon and stkl. to Mnnon, il you want lo sate money and have a pleasant journey. It O.SUCOUMllCK, Cltv I.. A LOUISVILLE .,'c,"errt! Passenccr Agent, Chicago, Agents and Omc-'- s; IOHKKNCI i, sine st , Cincinnati, 6. in v -- :. i.;t a