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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889110101 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. HUSTONVILIE. McKINNEY. bnr-- 1 Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER MATRIMONIAL . 4, d889. NO. 75 MATTERS. PARKSVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Iltitl Martin dtdivori'd aou'io uld corn He v. V. A. Boram, of thu Ilarrodn J. T. Bailey sold several fat cattle to to the Tanner Mills at 52.15 per libl. burn llaptiHt church, anil Mies May J. F. Owens at 'J rents. rcl doliwnd. the lot'W. A. Colley bought of Suwp Oiv Fontaine, of Norfolk, a., will he united Mrs. Harvey Brewer died on the Mr. Jiiuii'H Allen (inrchnM-Rolling Fork last week of pneumonia on which the building Htood that wiih j ,!tiH L':j acres of land adjoining hi farm at in iiiurriiiKU on the lltii. Cicero Reynolds and Mis .Sih.iii, after a long illness. burned Sunday inornlnn and will erect a !I0 per acre. .1. Walker (livens has pur- Mr. V. S. Aldridge has just moved thu pretty IS year old daughter of J. M. building that will he a credit to our chased the V. I.. KIchardH Htitllion. Talk about your garden mull', your! lench, were united in marriage at the into his new residence west of town, town. M. K. Allen, who was burned out j big potatoeH, green thlngnand uch like, brido'n father's near Wavnesburg yeter which is about completed. Mr. W. I). Latimer has been ap- liht Sunday morning, luft for LoiiUvillo hut Arch I), MeKinney has won the lau- - day. Our trade lias been so enormous this Kail that we find we will have The Savannah News tells of a wo j pointed postmaster, vieuUeu. II. Hockur to purchnHea new stock and will relson a gourd he has on exhibition at reeume business immediately. The Crow tfc Co's drug store. It measures mini in Wad ley, Oa., who has become a reslgned. The latter gentleman is still to k earlier than usual, consequently our buyer is in the city true origin of the lire Is irot yet known. JJ feet in circumference and 1J feet aver grandmother nt the age of ISO. She mar in charge. 1 Mr. C. S. Parks is building an addi- this week and we will open up for , ried when only II ami her daughter did On the f'tli inst., an entertainment "K'o iiiiniieier. Wilson S. (looeli and W. R. David likewise. tion to his store house, which will aflord 1). will be L'lveii bv the ihidIIh of Mm. A. George Moverand Miss Julia Yoeum, him better facilities for conducting his Reid's elocution class. Wuito a number; no" have formed a paitucrxliip to do a vonng ladies and gentlemen have ' geneial merchandise business at this aged ll each and Tat McGarvey, Jr., 18 prosperous business. of our Stanton E. Cozatt, L. & N. ticket taken a complete course In this art and Il'cc. They have bought the stock and aim .Mary Ann hmlth, l years, were good will of J. Wes Bailey and aru now married at Mr. M. I). Fhnoro's store yes- agent at Clarksville, Tenn., who came now feel able to entertain their friends homo to recuperate, has returned and and prove a credit to themselves. The taking an inventory. They are both terday by Judge T. W. Varnon. J. J. Clancy, local conductor on the resumed hii duties. programme consists of select readings, nfee, clever gentlemen deserving of paA party of about 15 gentlemen will !.. k N., and Miss Martha Fletcher, were recitations and music. Mrs. Reid came tronage. Squire John Bailey reports two of joined heart ami hand at Rowland Tues- soon go to North Carolina to hunt buar and she has provhero highly endorsed THK MOST- en herself a thorough scholar in this in- the oldest sisters known to be living in day. Mr. Clancy is an exceedingly clev- and deer. They will go via Kuoxviile this count'. They are Mrs. Kizziah er gentleman and his wife is said to bu and Marysville, Tenn. teresting study. Voters should remember that when Your correspondent will bo proud liamm agediK! living in thu Fast Km), very pretty. Miss Mary, daughter of Hon. James called upon by the canvassers next week public to know what an excellent Mrs. Bailey, aged 81, living with her son for the school we have. Our Christian College Wes, at this place. Their maiden name B. Martin, a leading candidate for clerk they will not be allowed a vote unless enrolls about 10(1 pupil. The course of was Jett and they are the only surviving of the court of appeals,- - was married at they deposit tlie ballot in the box at that her father's residence in Glasgow Wed- time. study is of thu most practical iiHture, members of a family of i:t children. I). V. Kennedy killed his favorito nesday to Mr. F. B. Fleenor, of Bowling Candidates are too thick for a laborwhile at the a:r. time all the "finishing ing man who wants to do a full day's touches" ciin bo aeuuired. Prof. M. (i. dog on account of symptoms of hydro Green. The marriage between I'rince Murat work. Five candidates for the demo.. I). Garner, of CrAb Orchard, Thomson is assisted by a very competent j phobia. and Miss Gwendoline Caldwell has been cratic nomination for assessor aru riding statT of teachers. Our citizens are proud i paid . M. Ware a visit and attended - OK indefinitely postponed If not altogether now and two for county judge. of her educational building and justly the Richards sale. Our good friend, J. W. diflicul-t- y broken oil'. It is stated that the Giimu is abundant this year with us so, for it almost causes our town to boom. Sallee, of llarrodsburg, hits been among is caused by thu groom being dissatis- und dozens of rabbits and partridges are encourage your us this week. C. C. Carsorr, of your Citizens and patrons town, has been the guest of W.T. Doddb-- I fied with the terms of thu marriage set- killed daily except Sunday. On the Sabschool. Geo, l.co James, of Crab Orchard, was tlement. It is her money and not thu bath some of our wicked small boys, and sudMrs. O. W. Weathcrford was hemorrhage hero on business thu tlrst of the week. girl that thu fortune hunting prince is af- large ones, too, gather hickory nuts, denly seized with a severe ter, and if Miss Gwendoline is worthy which are very plentiful also. There of the noso Sunday, and is still in a pre Miss Belle Mitcham is reported quite of her American birthright, she will are no chestnuts, except those told by carious condition. Mm. Clinton Jenkins sick. .Miss I'earl fabler is convalescing, show the fellow that hell hath no fury tho funny (?) folks of tho 'ville. Beech BOOTS AND Dr. Kd Alcorn has treated his dwelling im-- l is still conllned to her bed very little like a woman scorned. nuts aro also a failure this year with us. I.. B. Adams and wife, who here to a new roof. 0. J. Crow and J. proved. Mr. Miss Clara Huntington is now PrinProf. J. W. Rawlings, of tlie comThat has ever been shown in Stanford. We don't advertise low prices have been visiting in Texas for the past ,T. Mocker mudu a Hying trip to Somer- ntt nc-tmufiiu (a unfits ri tnk itiuii1.- cess Matzfeldt though her titled lord mon bchool here, is announced as a can( A.N. i r..iiirn..il liimiii Thnrsilitv ....Mill. 'linii trta iiu ( ' ...... .. I i.i on old goods or cry overstocked, but we sell more new goods for ii ..i i.icamenear hackim; out when old mi'li didate for superintendent of common i.i sore vvn. i..i... . uiin cornpanleil Dv tneir son, name, who is i" the t.l, schools of Royle county. Mr. Rawlings give Hamilton,) in delicate health. Miss Anna McNeil-- ' visitingJ.iVsister, Mr. W. A. ! .W0 ted of to Iiim lulojit'! daugh-v'isitiu- g is running subject to the action of the dollar than any other house in town. Come and see us at the lv of Nashville, Term., who has been land other friends here. Dr. Ifcirnes ami """t.ngton has not jmi.l the democracy, lie has no opposition and thu family of Mr. Hugh lr.ui, L C. Noble, of Lexington, have been ' ,t8 or ' ' Promised to do of course will receive tho nomination. week and since in vi- - here prospecting with. a view to organ- - I ., r,"cc 8 returned home last . .i.,.....l. i... I... ..11.. ...... I :. ... i ".... and. I)an Association Row R. II. Caldwell is a candidate for . ,,u"'i'". tations have been received here an- - Izing a Ibillding '"V" he runs "without politics." " Ml..j,le",t001,,.,f th 'ou" nouncingher marriage to Dr. White, a this place. Rev. J. N. Bowling, of .th the interest 0' Rev. R. 11. Caldwell and Mr. W. L. place. Mm. dleburg, has moved into the Jones prop- physician of that known as the Verandah Hott.i.oi his wres dowry, that he may get a Caldwell and daughter, Miss Nannie, are Dr. Loo Hutlman. of Uxington, Is visit-lerttnmnc.al litt l.ercalter. I lie I'rinco lias at Elktou, ICy., attending some convening relatives here. She savs the Dr. lsWe welcome him in our midst. jim. ,'" J. P. Crow has recent encouraging news j """"J dehghte.1 with his new home. AfwitM,ow"1,ttlu ,m,f " tion of the C. P. church, I think. Mr. n ",illl0 ,,0,,,,M cc,01'0' S. C. Urewor is conllned to his room by coruvrning the German Fisher estate. my he can pay this in a short time from an attack of erysipelas on his arm. Wilt MT SALEM ' Sign of the Red Klag. the interest on his wife's fortune. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Armstrong is improving. Also Miss Ir-- Mr. Geo. W.Ivstcs lias been connneii At 7:I) on Wednesday evening in vine, who is ill with tho typhoid fever. ,, irt t. vi iv L..... to his lied for several days with a seri- -' .. Rev. John Hell Gibson, after n Oft ,1 ionium ui .hi, ( n jiiiuuiitu ..- Mrs. M. J. litimer and little daughter iiiu . ..t I. ill .. ..t... ....seme, win occupy i.i ins ous illness of a omplicate.l nature, imi ,K.llrtH tmt havt. i()ved from chililhowl aru much better. at the usual hours Sunday at last account, is improving. joined in wedlock's holy bonds- The examining trial of George Gor -- 1 he Hapt.sts of .Nashvillo want tow - were j, teach- --Tlio promlhliiK young school y E ,uI1Illl aIll,:Mr y0,ven don for killing Jolin lirooks and shoot' Mlw er. Patrick Humphrey, of Carpenter's . tablish a university there and will get up Glwm wvn tu. ,wrt,cipnnll! , tlie ing at James lirooks and of the latter for .t . imjiunm n ivnuiu.i rirnl.riri1tiiiu.fi i.nri.lnmi v unit flint .nili shooting " i" Creek, latelv become possessiii ui some T Gordon at this place Oct. ltith asking for aid. PA, strange vagaries which has created a of them has causo to 'look far into a is set far Nov. 12th, here. Meanwhile -- Rev. r. J. Gislby will All his regular' fll(npfll1, . or approhension on the part of tin nMl, . both aro out on their own recognizance. fcjaa) his friends that his fertile mind may not npiKNiitinent at the Meth.sllst church tlouM Att4,n,IwI ,n. ,)f ther ,noflt us to who reading sunnily iiiorunig aim in .iirrvcuurcc ill i intimate lady friends, Misses Lizzie Opinion is very much divided be on exact equilibrium. After has violated the law. Somu peisoris Is Receiving His and digesting some '.'.(VK) pages of Dar- o'clock Sunday night. Hrii.lir I iiit.iuviml l.l vmiu Vuiiniiilliiili.il think Gordon acted hi self dcieuc; oth-- Rev.J.W. Lynch, ho is conduct- bvill ii.llllilll.,. n,l in U... win's theory of evolution ho has become ers think not. Eye witue&acs diller as thoioughly convinced that he, the said ing the meeting at the lltptist church, presence of a few friends and relatives, to who tho aggressor was. Gordon's Patrick, was once fully equipped with bears a striking resemblance to Con-- ! these happy young persons were pro- - wounds, a shot in tho forehead and one gressuuiu Taulbee, of the 10th district,! nouueed husband and wife and in an the caudal appendages of the monkey. through the left leg, may become dan- Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial is an orator. lie preaches impressive and beautiful ceremony by -- Your neighbor, Mr. Dan Miller, has and like him gerous yet, as he is by no means improvbeen entertaining the people of this sec- the gospel with great earnestness and Rev. lireen Lee Surber. The bride was ing, as was expected. A. C. SINK. j. N. MENEFEE tion with his line social ijualities. The e fleet and his surmons are sure to do in- j beautifully attired in a heliotrope cash- Adonis features of Geo. Carpen- calculable good heie. Tlie lirst confes- mere, with Frenclt trimmings, and was a delicate Multiply the price ol your winter ter was also very conspicuous at tho sale sions of the meeting occurred Wednes true tifcturu of loveliness as she leaned clothes by 17 per cent, and see how .. r.,... ......... :..!.. :..... ' ...I..... .... l9 f ...! man of Dealers In win, . - n the other day. A good sized crowd at- day night inr elm en. much you aro contributing to tho salu of the personal property budding Into lovely womanhood went up, yl0 woro vlfgfint (liamonds nnd her tended the of American industries." Not a of M. I.. Richards, dee'd, on the JMh. J. and woro given the right hand of fellow troll,st,im mU to i)t) verv elaborate and pound of t.n is manufactured in this ship-M- iss Alpha Tyree, Annie Hale, C()S,lv T(0 i,riliiMmiids 'wore overling country, N. Menefee, adnir., managed the afl'.iir, cl nc .no compelled to pay li L,atlas, did the auctioneering. Monte Harris and Minnie Munday. The dwMtf8 while D.in Miller 0 mntnwt between them per cent, on every pound impiitii. A3STD , According to the opinion of the people meejing will continue till further notice aml lhl. ,)ri(, 8CU1( iK.aiUifui j How dots .his hulp our working riu.n? and Scroll Work, the property, considering the times, with services at ht.H) . i. and 7 at tlu. t.xri,nu. Tlie groom is well known They say every shot of one of Krupp's in this place and the county over and is brought good prices generally. While a N'Kht. mmmmmmmmmmmmmm good deal was sold, it would bo tedious KTsigTiev iiuTfife have "niveiwilly liked, llu is a young man of newest guns costs $1,500. That is to say Cedar and Locust Posts. to go into details. We only quote a few ieturned from a visit to Pulaski and Ca- - K'1 '"''ioss (pialillcations and of ster-sev- . it costs that much at one end of tho shot. Wp u II cjrry :i full tlocW oCevcnth nif found in a first'dass Lumber Yard. tenprices paid to indicate- tho cm rent James Robinson sold a half i,or,' Hg oith, while tho young lady, he is What it costs at tho other end depends A. C. SINE, nmine ManiRer. ""w l),) I"'01"1 t0 vM ""J s(o'H on how much the thing it hits is woith, dency of thu markat: Horses brought est in n car-loa- d of cattle nt !J cents and ,mtl ? of tlio most elegant young ladies in and what it will cost to remove the fromSlOtoW; cuttlo '2 cents per lb.; shipped Tuesday. Tom Woods bought Wnuty of face hogs about $5.70 per owl; hay about Rubanks' cattle weighing l.tKiO nt S2.S'i tho s,fl, M,ul Ot miles the shortest, I! hours quickest between ton $i.50 per stack of lj tons to the stack; and shipped to Cincinnati and lost filO: a,ul flujx' n,ul ,, d"ril,,,u' ?. Ducklen's Arnica Salve hey start out in life oats 51 .50 per hundred bundles; corn on on 22 cattle-go- od Orrepublican n.linlnif- -: mnrkotl .leirree. The Lest salve in the world for cuts, bruises, muler circumstances most prop.tious and mi average of Sl:!l7i per barrel shucked (ration. The church here has a rheum, fmer sores, letter, chapsure., ulctrt, salt EsMdKUm in the fluid. Household and kitchen fence around it. Henry Raid sold hiH that their riper .mirs may bo as br.ght ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup ' ro ow pronused, tho I.vrim.oa Jorit- - lions and positively cures pUes, or no pay rcquir entire family, young mules to John Woods at cr,0. Kntire Trains Run Through Without Change. furniture sold well. The '.v,8,""i:' cd. It it Kiur.tniccd to give perfect satisfaction, with the exception of Philbert and W. Will McCarley ..old Wesley Sutton some SL J01",8 tlu'ir m1an-- v fri.tM.uls THROUGH CARSERVICE. or money refunded. Price 5 cent per box C. Richards, half brother of thu deed., corn shucked in the Held at ?1.50. j. Tlie bndo was tho reeip.ent of many Por sale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky Train N'o.i, Pullman lloudoir Huff testl- tly iHVSeutS, further "" will start in a fow days for Iowa. This W. Itr!..l.i nl,l to M. V. H..rrl.. .n,n.. t et Sleeping Car, Cincinnati to New Orleans Chattanooga to Shreveport. Eupepsy. of a vacuum in the ifl.10. .Mr. Shugars has tented the Ows- mnuials of her unbounded popularity. will leave a kind Train No. 5, Pullman lloudoir lluffet Sleeplrg neighborhood, for thu family has been ley farm for $800. Hubble and Walker An elegant lunch was given them by This Is what you ought to have, In fact, you Cars Cincinnati 10 New Orleans and Cincinnati must h:i u it to fully enjoy life. Thousands ure to Jacksonville and Knoxville. Sleepers St. L.011U S?W(i long and favorably know in this section have returned from an extended trip Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Engleman immedi- searching for it daily, and mourning because they tNew Orleans via M. ,V O. ately after tho ceremony and yesterday find it not. Thousands upon thousands of dot and .oth- through thu mountains to as possessing sterling integrity Middl.cshoro. lars are spent unuually bylur people in the hope Condensed Schedule in Effect March 31, 18 J) , er commendable qualities. They aio not down with tho fever yet, they were dined by Mr. Givens' parents, that they may attain thl boon. And yet It may Hit- Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Givens. At present he had by all. We guarantee that fi iiiiil Alfta lull ilrn .1 llttln lillllv ltKA.13 TJI?. trrs, it' used according to directions and the use UKAD DOWN. The Lady Next Door. tl10 "'" 'l'10 wil n'8, ", ' prrsi.ted in, will bring you liood Digestion and TRAINS NORTH. Iiccmik) tlie Swope have returned from HradfordsTRAINS SOUTH. enle.l llitt laily next ilnor Mt. home, where he hasapart-vi- a ut the Demon Dyspepsia iud install instead No. N"o. 41. No, 1. No. 4. I No. 6. We get the Jont.v.w. all O. K. "V liresent No. 5. I No. 1, Ko. 3. Kupepsy We commcnil Electric Hitters for llv. 7. STATIONS. alway itemed to well ami haniv. "She enjoy ville. Dally. I.im. Dally. Dally Fast with his father. Daily. Dally. , pepria and all diseases of l.iwr. Slomiich and, Danville. Eliza Smith passed Kx.Sttn. Dally. Ex. I.im. Daily anil l don't." ai J the ducoiitented woman. I.im. life I.im, I Ex. Sun, Daily. Kidneys. Sold ut 50c and it per bottle by A. R cliaiiRe places with her!'' en route for Rirmingham Wednesday I. ve A'rv 640am 6 41 pm 1015 a tn i 30 p m How I wouldliketo Cincinnati Garrison, who owned tho Penny drugstore. 9 17 a m 4 0$ p m S o p m, 7 S a ...... Williamstown.. I.' ve 513am ....! 830am ji pm At lat he made Hie acinaiiitanco of tin- object of vilit her brother. Col. Tnilerwood is in t ,irH( 953 am' 547pm 930pm ..Geortretown., .. 4 10 a 7 34 a m a 38 p m steamboat that ran between St. tht- lady told her: 10 5y a ni 7 ol p in 10 9 p mi h:it A Woman's Discovery. her envy, and this i Lexington.., a m 4 13 p m' 7 00 a m inopm 3 48 1130pm 7 35 pm losj pm lojcam .. light, having another boy at his Louis and Xow Orleans, committed sui"llap'l'yr Ofcounel inn, for I enjoy perfect the l.v....;i.ou. S. R. R.., ,Arr. 'Another wonderful dtsoovery has been made' Will Floyd has returned homo cide at tho former city Monday. As ho and that too by a lady in this county. Disease My dear Mn. W., your (ce tell mil why house. ,..se. Ilurgin health. iArr funcaftor driving horses at Swopo's for some was a very old man he didn't cheat him- fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years iliipni 8 43 pm Ii.i.mu 17aml.se Ilurgm Arr' 2 55 a in 310pm 350.1m 10 50 p m yen arc not happy. You ate suffering from to female . 5,oam 1031 p m I was a martyr sjSani' Danville... 1150pm! 859pm 1116am' tional derangements. she withstood its severest tests, but her vital ir time. Hob locker and Jerry Dawson, self out of many days. 2 a3: m a 53 p 111, 51111m 1010 pm mi Junction City 15 pm' 9 10 pin 11 v a in 11 45 weakneises lor year., but Dr. Pierce's favorites were undeiinlned and death seemed inimi-- ! 300pm 8 30 a in galls somerset 165am, 115pm. 103am 100pm w' of color, are going to build on Cherry 1'rewrlption cured me.asil will you if .....; 4 35 uent. For three months she coughed Incessantly nsopinl 5.5am Jtsami Ar'v.......Oakdale ....I.'vel ojjpm iiajsra Chattanooga 610 pm 755a mL street. ..., 835am; 0 40 p ml Bogg's Ohorry Cough Syrup 4 06 a m try It. It l Kiiatanteol to Rivo sausinmun hi c. mid could net sleep. She bought ol us it buttle (if 1000 pull a 00 a in I plendid latijfactlon to the tiode and ry cae or price, Ji returned. 4 47 a m ., Attalla I m pm, 9 49 p m Ar'v DUUNKENNESS-TH- B LIQUOR HAD thesivin? are positively marvelous, whiih can he Dr. King's New Discovery,for consumption and ,1 Ilirmlngham iale 300 pin' 300pm,, 45 p m'u 45 pm I.'vt... taking the first dose that IT-- In till tho World tboro 1b but ono accounted for in no otht'r way except that It It mid. so much relies ed onwith .J Tuscaloosa ooipin 130am Or. Pierce's I'ellets.onea dose. Cure headache loiani. one bottle she has the slept all night, and 1. vei tooop m.., euro, Dr. Halnou' Qoldon Spoclllo. .Merinian 3$ pnii 4 I5B1 Ar v connipatlon rfnd Indigestion. market, Atk for been miraculously euied. Her name is Mrs. I.u doubt the best on the ...iti It can liu tfiwn in a cup of tea or Collce without without Wc keep it, A. tlier I.utt ' Thus write W. C. Hiuurick .V. Co., of you get tlia KOiuiine. Ar vl ....' 9.10pm 5 loam 1,'ve..... Meridian tlie knowledge of the person taking It, effecting a andbeiutc ' 6 top in What A Fortune , Jackson ..Ar'vl, Druggist 9 taa m I. ve Shelby. N. C. et a free trial bottle ut A. It Vicksburg tpcedy and permanent cure, whether the patient R. i'enny, 4 00 p m liiis.mL'vve .uonroe ..!... Penny's drug store. , a Kood healthy, pearly .Vi". few nro awnto It 4 j5 0111 1. loosam a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. A Good Couerh Syrup. It takes fur a diiordered lier to 600am SiTpm Ar'v....Shrveport of the limit time have hern cured who Tho "Mothor's Friend."' a dark uroasy skin. Tnouianda of diiiiilurd There It nothing parents should be so careful c uio blotchei on the fac, and Train No. , Pullman Houdoir Uuflet Sleeping Cars, New Orleans to Cincinnati Not only shortcut labor nnd le.sn pain attend lll.OOO 1'UltlfIER and luve tbken the Golden' Specific In their coffee about at selecting a cough syrup, liens' Cherry Chnttationgn. One bottle of MiC.V.S' '., ing It, but greatly diiniuishs the danger to the Shreveport to , Its without their knowledge, and to. day liclleve they Cough Syrup costs no more than tho cheap and Duffet Sleeping Cars New Orleans. to Cincinnati. Train No HI.000 MAKBU will restore this organ to blood quit drinking of their own frro will. No lurmfu- on the market. Tho bests lives of both the inthvraiid the child if u.eda few 8, Pullman lUmloIr and uffet Sleeping Car Chaltanooia to Cincuutlund Sleepers Jack...'...i,ii,i l.ealthv state,. and cleanse the . . . tiicct remit irnm Its administration. Cure TraiuNs. nostrums ilnowii V ii.iiti,,.. .... sonville to Cinelnntig, via W. A A. and K.I T.. ,.'M.. Sleeper from Knoxvjlle to Cincinnati, utinr be sure and get IIKGGS" Cll KRHV months before confinement. Write to the hind Agt,, Lexington, Ky. HANK. WOOI.I.h . of tilt Impurities. It i mevunu Willi """"""" anteed. Snnil for circular and full particular.. Ad none too good, fisld Regulator Co.. Atlai U, G.t., far further parD U. EDWARDS, Gen'l Pis. mulTki. Agt, u. icn urv m commence uomib.v Srkciric Co., ifij COUGH SYRUP. VVekeeplton hand at all auaranteo every uottic. JOHN" " '5AULT, General Manager, ..,rrv" We " ' Ohio, ticulars, for kale by A. R. Psmny, Stanford. Cincinnati lUcebtreet, Cincinnnt .O. """ time. A. R. Penny, Druggist. DrugginCorn Ihbl'IIIdh lii'ti' ut !."" per I I WE ARE STIIA HEADQUARTERS FOR LOW PRICES! I to-da- y - ! j Saturday's Trade Complete Itines Overcoats, Clothing, Underwear, SHOES, &c, 1 ! l ui; it. ii ,,..,, 'f; at"" y, ! ' Great Bargain Store, S. L. POWERS & CC H.6.RUPLEY,i ir I ... "w lH' ij - "" n' ,.,,,,,. ,; mmmm jgsrrimt " W fW .",, ' ' FALL AND WINTER GOODS. ,,., .... "pto-toctio- SINE & HEPIE FEE SISH, DOORS Mouldings, Brackets Sliiuglcs, Etc., ROXJ&n AND DBESSBD LUMBER, BX.IttrDS ,, tO PATENT WIRE AND SLAT FENCE, -- is. P"' ,.; Cincinnati anil New leans. ' " t "" i .South-Houn- c , ? i..ml'lp topHvcr I -- 1 - 111 j ; 1 1 Nnrtli-ltmin- , . ny, - M . 4. Kr.n ? J ,gSISlglgS3g wfwwww Interior Journal rTT& ffiKSZT'ro"?": r3M Tirs Ltmaaa'tctBm--' Tr. - "- ? - 'T- T a 'B j..- -. Semi-Week- ly Stanford, Ky., November W. F. WALTON. For County X I win, who covered SS4 miles. nob Miss Sarah F. Hall and her luother, In Raleigh comity, W. Va., a deputy October Levin II. Hall, who burned a neighbor's I V. S. Marshal, named Hagar, was fatally house at Princess Anne, Md., because " County Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPKU; I shot while eating supper. " Sheriff, J X. MENEKEE; ne wanted to paint one ol iw walls, nave 1 M. Arthur has been " Jailer, SAMUKL M. OWENS; been adjudged guilty of arson. The penChief of the Locomotive Brotherhood by " Attestor, E. D. KENNEDY; alty is death. " Sup't of Common Schoolt, V. F McCLAKV; a practically unanimous vote. A cable used for transporting gran " Surveor, HAKRV A EVANS; Tho Abilene, Kas., Bank lias suaite blocks across a gulch at Danbury, '" Coroner, ARCH CARSON (Wl nn.l nrmltil witli liiliilitii.u nf to be Conn,, broKe Wednesday under strain of we business is practically paralyzed there. be a heavy load and caused the death of Bi;o. PniM.iiy, of the Lebanon Stan- j we Mayor Davonpoit, of Kansas City, bit dard, bus taken down the announce-men- t 'slapped Congressman Taraney's jaws two Italian laboiers, besides injuring by lowthat the paper is for sale, disgusted when he made an insulting remark to several others. Mrs. Kliza Davis, who was discharg no doubt with the prospect. A nowsp.i-pe- r him. The Xew Yorks defeated the Brook-lyn- s ed Wednesday at Niles, Mich., on the property in a country town, especialin six out of the nine baseball charge of larceny, is now believed to ho ly if it is well equipped for work, is about the most unsalable that could be games ami are the champions of the none other than the daughter of old Mrs. Bender, connected with tho horrible imagined, because but few people with world. In ISTm James G. Blaine and Mel- Kansas murder. care to invest 3,000, tho nbility to buy Robert Matthis, of Klizabethtown, to $10,000 in it. Bro. J. W. Hopper, a ville W. Fuller, tho present chief justice, we number of vears ago offered the same were both reporters on papers in Angus wits married at Iibette, Kansas, to a Iirst-clas- s Hoods hn,.n n,v, ""'-"-:S.. um young lady whom he had never seen, ho tells it a man ta, Me, paper for sale and as ' ' The Controller of the Currency has they becoming engaged through answercame to buy. The editor took great to pains to show him how valuablo the authorized the Union National Bank of ing "wanted correspondence." If the i property was and a day or so was spent Louisville to begin business with a capi- match turns out well it will ho the lirst of the kind wo have heard of. Finally the tal of $500,000. "by him in investigation. to S. The fertilizing department of tho The Court of Appeals has deeidetl in fellow asked tho price. "I will take $3,- J , ,V7 to of Armour it Co., at Kan an appeal ease fiom Rowan county that "II 1!" packing-hous- e 500, cash," said Bro. Hopper. exclaimed the fellow with more empha- sas city was destroyed by fire Iossj where under a piohibitory liquor law a I physician has a right to prcicribc liquor XZc ?7 sis than piety, "If I had $3,500 what $110,000; insured. hnn0 ,-vo VJ.Uw, 9The Supreme Court of Indiana has as a medicine and have it administered do you suppose I would want with n expressed it exactly. declared the $250 license law valid. Tho to his patient, a druggist who in good newspaper." He But few men want to invest so heavily revenues of Indianapolis will be increas-c- p faith furnishes liquor upon the prescription of a physician to one whose condiabout $100,000. to enter a life of drudgery and small recThere is great destitution in Dakota. tion as tho the time requires it, docs not ompense at best. Tho I.ntkkiok Jour nal is always open for a purchaser, but Crops hnvo failed three times in succes- violate the law, which must bo constru1 we fear none with a sutlkient amount of sion nnd many persons have neither ed according to its spiiit. money will ever want to invest so much food, fuel nor money. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. estinghouse Company, of Iho as we have in so small a town. M. Pittsburgh, has the contract to build an Misses Luia and Mary Sandifur enTin: election in Ohio will occur next immense electric light plant for lighting tertained a few friends at their home I Tuesday, and Campbell, the democratic the city of lVkin, China. Tuesdiiy evening. governor, lias made n mancandidate for I wuh to tell my.farm of on lwenty of the lvnchers of Robert The little daughter of Robert Collier the Lancaster pikr to milei ft acre liluaicdThe j trim Stanford ly and aggressive campaign and has more Bericr at Lexington, N. C, are under ar- I mil U all in a cotnfnruMe duelling ol 4 Kru; was accidentally and painfully scalded roomtu iituatcil upon it Will tell at bargain than a lighting chance for election, lie j ret-- t for the crime and it is hoped they A 41 one day hut week. nil:i , Mmru I has will ho made to sillier severe! v. has exposed the rottenness that ' Mr. B. G. Mullins bus traded all of festered under Foraker rule J grown and During a dillicultv on the" steamboat his real 1 ? 3TOH estate possessions in this county . and has su ceeded in springing a new .j,m.s Le. on the Ohio, a nnmiii?i.r V,, U,fUfieSiS (ft UlC QLa S((ln( WiCre I to a Mr. SjK'iicer for Idaho property. sensation at nearly all of his appoint named Norman was shot dead and John be to John (Red Cloud) Clarks, son of A hand the republi- Childress, tho clerk, was mortally wounments. On the other William, had one of his feet badly mash- - 8ni?gc3VMTiSVcS,:dnd.Mb,r, n. cans have had to assume he defensive ded. hartrain Aildiem cr call Will Grillin, an engineer, fell from tftu ' a 'ar l''l!W1I ov-'- r ,l t tlie depot obtmnrtl m aH. AN'UEKSUN, Harper, on and have found it hard to excuse many W Kantai, his engine near Hopkinsville and was '"'hiy- Or V. M McKOIIKMS, StanforJ. Ky. of Little Breeches' acts. Third-termisF Wilson McCulhim, of the Paint Lick has likewise a dampening effect on the fatally injured. Time keeper Kugene Sweeney was crushed to death on Mill-- neighborhood, was tried luesday on a I Pa.itlt& fij'Jc W-.. 7. ardor of some republicans, who uo not writ do lunatico inquireiido. He was greatly admire Foraker's dictatorial drauuh's Hill I wuh to sell my Farm of 170 Aeret. tuuatetl on nt. In,,, o The Mountain Observer wants the takt'n lo Anchorage Wednesday by the Hyatitvillc and Klrkiville lulc, 4 milei irom course besides. The democrats also claim er Kothwull. I.ancatr, It It rll wale red, ha upon it a comof first cousins prohibited bv they will elect a majority of tho legislain fortable dwelling houte, ttablf, Ur- - T- - T Knlon of will all the necetaary convenience. orchard al.o fact, 1 have (our tors, which will in turn elect a successor law in Kentucky. Inbreeding has been otner iracia wouiu un. deliver a lecture at the Fork church on 58 J HAN.Mtr.UKV WEST, Hyatuville to Senator Payne. We are not putting a serious evil in the Observer's section of , Thursday evening, November ". Subject up any money on the result, but it will the State. C-J- . ioor K,n- - A subject no newspaper -J- udgo Jackson, of Louisville, hasde- cause no great surprise to bee after the cxled that the game of oontz is not a man knows anything about smoke of Tuesday's battle has been Mr. Quinby, from Dayton, Ky., has A KKUIT AND DAIKV FAKM ofiGo Acrci cleared Foraker and his crowd stretched felony ami the lovers of that festive pas niilra In county. been here for the past week for the pur-go- of Leavenworth Mo. Alt Kantai. within jj dwell- KaniasCily. Kneed: vroom time can continue to corrupt morals and field. dead upon the tmoVc home, 10 acreicf fine bear. of organizing u lodge of Knights of ing barn and cause murders. mnJ other ing apple orchard, j acrp. uf K'aPc never failTanner's rerated pension olfice em- Pythias. He has succeeded in getting a imall Irait, magnificently watered hyand church-- e Last week Judge Beckner announced Country thickly icttlrd ing pringt. his candidacy to represent Clark county ployes are all to be dismissed from the etiarter petition subscribed to by a sulti- ichoolt and railroad near Land adjoining acre There it held at convention. This pension department. So far so good, cient number, among them the names of and no Letter thu for lo to $30 in the constitutional an induttriou. man. Price a fortune in A House in which you can find ) 10 per acre on eaiy term. Addreo week ho has u column in his paper, the but the money stolen for them from the some of our best citizens. JOHN M. l'HII.II'S. gone to BirmMiss Kliza Smith has Winchester Democrat, in response to treasury will not be returned. Koomr4N Y Life HuiMln. Kansaa City, Mo, A misunderstanding of orders caused ingham to visit her brother George, who to various ''slanders and misrepresenta. tions" that have ulready been sprung n collision between freight and passen- is stationed there, dipt. C. Gallagher against liiin. One of the charges is that ger trains on the Norfolk and Western and W. O.Sweeney left Tuesday for Cinho is not a democrat. We suppose this railroad near Bufordsville, Va. Three cinnati to lay in a stock of goods. Mrs. MT. VKRNON, KY. J. P. Sandifer returned home Wednescomes from his advocacy of the Blair men were killed and 4 injured. Hoieljn Hill maintain old and Thia The strike at the Columbus and day after a week's visit to her husband ing hi fine reputation. Chargca reatonablc. Spebill, which the judgo has seen lit to Any of the above goods exchanged for cial attention to the traveling public champion, but which is not an absolute Hocking Valley Coal and Iron Compa- mid Middlesboro. Country Produce. Prop., At. P NKWCOM1I, Mike Salter drove 7 miles the other lead- ny's mines in Ohio has been declared off. test of democracy or several of our Mt Vernon, Ky, We do a strictly Cash Business and our prices ing law makers would be read out of tho The strikers returned to work yesterday dav fur a hunt. With gun, dog and Oomo and see what we can save are the LOWEST. pocket full of loaded shells, he plunged party. Judge Beckner is a goodmau having fuiled to carry their point. you R. B. Rube Burrows, the Southern desper- into the field anticipating line spurt, and would reflect credit on a body of JCXCTES ado and train robber, is making it lively when to his disgust in attempting to put SUCCESSOR TO constitution makers. for his pursuers. He and a companion into his gun one of the fifty shells he Next door to Portman House. THE HATTER, Cou Sam M. Vuhdkit has gone to caught the party napping in a cave and was burdened with, he found them two M'MIOHAEL, Stanford, Ky. Harlan to wiito up the war for the held them prisoners, killing Capt. Josh sizes smaller than me gun. i on can 5U4TH AVENUE, Courier-Jour- nal and Tunes, which Martin, of Birmingham. guess the rest. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. means that it will be well done. In his A Louisville tobacco dealer named Our literary ami full loving people Urot letter, written from Pineville, he Mason, who fraudulently hypothecated mihhed a genuine trtat of literature by The Nobbiest & Most Stylish states that the Howards are getting the warehouse receipts in 1882, returned not attending the lecture at the opera Stock of worst of it and are leaving the country from Canada on the 28th inst., and at house Monday evening, delivered by the PUG-Q-ZSO- ? &c for thu country's good. County Judge tho instance of lendingcituens 12 indict- fatuous Col. L. F. Coieland. His sub 1 v i. Lewis is in possession of the Court-hous- e ments against him were dismissed. ject, that of "Snobs and Snobery," is nnd with his faithful followers is making Advices from Lincoln county, W. is particularly suited to American audiDRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, life burdensome to the outlaws. If he a., wnere jicioy aim iiiucy were re- ences, except an audience of Ijinc.ister-inns- . Ever brought f) the rily ol t.ouitville, now opfD succeeds in restoring peace a grateful cently lynched by the Bruitiflelds, say FANCY ARTICLES, &C. We were sorry to seo so few peo- including the State will give him tho glory and honor that both factions of the feud nro arming. ple out to hear this prince of orators and KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & GO'S. HATS Phy.lciampreicriptioiik accurately compounded. ho so well deserves. Orders for rifles have been sent to Hunt- can assure them that to see a half dozen Andattomy own importation of English llau Tug success of two or three ladies in ington, and a big light.is considered in- minstrel troupes would not repay them and Capt An elegant lino ol Canei and I.yon't for what they have lost. Ciletirated Uiutirelhi alwuyt oil hand, Fine getting the ollico of School Superinten- evitable. Tho Columbia Spectator tells of the THE LARCEST The republicans, aftei a stormy conSTOCK OF WATCHES, seems to have put bees in the dent murder of Milton Coffey, in vention Monday, in which the colored SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, sisters all over tho Suite. CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Russell county, on tho 27th, by Jim man held the balance of power, to be Glove and other Kim, a ipecialty Ordera There are already nearly a dozen anperfect aatlifactlor guaran- Ever brought to tin. market. J'ric ower ,hln nounced in as many counties and now Holt, a desperado, who had just returned exercised by the party bosses, declared tied Don't tail toordera NOIII1Y HAT. Uvi the lowet. Watche, Clocki and Jewelry He. from Iouisville where ho was taken for the following nominations: For county paired on hort;notice and warranted. comes one in Mason who wants to serve violating the internal revenue laws. Ho judge, . j. Montgomery; county attho dear people. The disease seems to torney, Lewis Liiiidrain; county clerk, contHgious as tho itch is with was arrested. ho as Samuel Smith, of Knox county, se Faulkner Lusk, assessor, John C. Boner: school children. It is passing strange duced one of Win. Gilbert's daughters, jailer, J. I). Gully; bdiool superintend how anxious tho dear creatures are to the preswho is deaf and dumb) a baby boy being ent, .Mrs. lieiie liuinside. usurp the male prerogative. ent we withhold comim-n- t on this ticket, the result, and ran oh" with tho other, winch has a womieritu political pedThe Transcript broke tho record in notwithstanding Mr. Gilbert is on his igree. i2ISIH3BZT5SrTPB!5Bfciyt edition bond for s?3,00i) for murder. Smith is Lexington by issuing u Huotonville. chock- nlso under $2,000 bond for another murlast Sunday, with illumined cover, The Indies of the Presbyterian cliureli fc ed full of matter setting forth tho advan- der una ."00 for malicious wounding. will nive n supper Tuesday nilit, Nov. Finley's son, Charley, who was aptages of its city and county. Tho papor (( o'clock. Admis 5th. Doors open nt IIUSTONVILLE, KY. has also resumed its press dispatches pointed general deputy under Collector sion IW cents. All mo cordially invited. Arc ktill III the htidneia nnd ready to do any. seems to have awakened Scott, at Louisville, could not stand thu and altogether thing In the Undertaking lino. We a full lock of Cakea and to the fact that It is able to make tho best racket, so he gave up his job inside of a About 1,000 of every detcription. Catkvtt of all kind and Kolier Winciiesteu CoiriiT. Our lieartc, which it nearly week. Having been raised in the cattlo on tho market, none strictly choice. new can be obtained on ahort notice .Mr J II, paper in tho city. Grton lia charoolrur mountains, where they go to bed at Tlie follow'iuu public sales were made: our goods to any ono busmen and will show needing anything in out Hahiuson has just appointed n negro sundown, ho couldn't stand the late 15 good 1,250 lb. steers brought S.'J.L'o; 50 line 64.tr postmaster nt Clarksville, Tenu., and tho hours ho would bo sometimes forced to Rood O lb. steers S3; 28 fair feeders, indignant. A negro people aro justly keep. 1,050 lbs., $2.85; 23 fair feeders, 1,100 lbs., does well enough for Southern people, A dispatch from Milton, W. Va. $2.00; 10 fair feeders, 1,100 lbs., $2.03; 30 Thli notice forewarn! hunter, fishermen and but tho president admits he would not eays ICO men, nearly equally divided bo good on lur. lndiau-apoli- s yearlings 800 lbs. $3; 25 common year-ling- others not to trcpai willlinour l.imh without full minion, atallauch provuitud to the like to see one in charge of tho tweon tho Hatfield and McCoy factions, $13 per head. eit extent of the law. Signed: $2.50, 15 yojd calves olllw. OHO I) IIOPPKK, were massed some 10 or 12 miles south Other sales were made nt about tho snine T.J. HIM., I.M. McKUUKHTSJK. M.S. IIAlOMMAN. What's tho matter with Brer. Helwig, of Hiiinlin and a bloody battle was inevi- figures. Took, nnd Connie Lislo sold to kOIIT. McAI.lSlEK, J.K IIKIJCK S. II. SHANKS. 's.H. Will keep constantly on hand a tho prohibition candidato for governor of table. Tho McCoys aro entrenched in W. B. Kidd 12.1 cattle, weight 1,675 lbs., MRS. HENRY liAUGHMAN. HAUGIIMAN, select line nf vnrnunra A. M m.Alfo 0I,N W.HOLMES, and Undertaker's Goods. My prices ?'T'i',,iN.9K., Ho doesn't seem to bo in tho the hills, and nt last reports thn llat-llel- at 4 cents. Mr. Kidd also bought of Rog- A. HAVDlfN, Ohio? p. C. PAKKISH, be as waS such had discovered tlleir whereabouts er Gnhnon, 100 of about the samo quali- I). V. HOLMES, can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial raro ut all. LeastwiBO we never seo his M. L. RICHARDS. and you vvUl be con PlI LIILRT RICHARDS. JOSH ADAMS j and were marching to attack them. name mentioned. ty nt tho same price. Democrat. II ;V. GAINES. J 11.McKI.NNKV. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. J mlge THOMAS W. VARNON; " County Attorney, JOSEPH II. I'AXTONj DEMOCRATIC TICKET. While Kobcrl Mitchell, a farm hand Thk Virginia democrats nro preparing! to redeem the OKI Dominion Tuesday by nt Springfield, Neb., was belaboring n uurrJni! Mnhono so deei ho will never horso ho was instautly killed by light show his uiisorablo head again Tho inn ning ns he ought to have been. 1, 1889 Jority That story about Frank Tolliver against him will ho fully 25000. marrying Miss Grace Martin, in Rowan, NEWS CONDENSED- is all "bosh." Frank Toliver married the widow of tho murdered "Bud" Tol 5tl hour bicyclo race at San The ! Francisco was won by Miss Helen Bald liver, formerly u Miss Lane. Paris Ken-tuckia- THE LOUISVILLE STORED In this town y oil could at oar store ihrse find a more animated scene than, that presented days. What is the reason It is because Our Prices Are The Lowest. OUR SHOE I Every one seems claiming the lowest prices at present. What claim can substantiated. The way accomplish our aim not malnnaoar goods as low as other people, but making goods atis the est possible notch. DEPARTMENT Is tar the largest in.this town and can show '.... the best """&. J.. hn.nJl is what wliat V"' shapcorsize you wear. In order reduce our immense stock nf SJn nn 7,; ,.u u C"' drea's sold Moroeea lace ton shoes, from 5 7So.wtriXMMtfi'nWr0'ZfMrb wuruv $i.ov; ,. 07 irm4h f V from ISh 2 .i '"' a ?. coarse siwes from WOHllo. upwards: men's zi V kn:'ZT - ?, ivuruu Main st., Stanford. SALINGER, Manager. For Salo i i 11 SA3LE Brick Honsc and Lot, f ,f,;C5.1 shall pleased Mr. Stagg, will 1 FABM FOR SALE 1 Full Stock of Drue Ci.w. style. supply the wants former and new patrons from of all ' Wall Paper, Jewelru ana oilverwarp. gooas. I have a good Jcweie?rady tidoS& and For Sale nt a Sacrifice. W- B. MoKOBERTS. se JustlWhat is Needed Glassware, ! p-- r -- 6;-i- Dry Goods and Notions, Boots, Shoes, NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Groceries, Queensware, c. Sj-t- GEOGEGHAN, BROS., Ao Bo H 9 PEraii JEWELEB. world-renown- bon-l'etsoft- cold-bloode- d r SEW FURNITURE STORE! MaVCJK HUFFMAN, PIMDP J. T. STJTTOiiiT CO., he l.'-'O- POSTED. s, till .a.tM..lr,, 1 f.l I - T t'r ,(1 a -- " .1 1 .Vnd- - j fm.uM--- Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal 1, 1889 Fiikhii 81t at T. It. Walton's. Hoc tlozi-n- . Nick ornnea H. H. MyerB. Stanford, Ky., Novemiwh Fi8ii Wanteii. (.lerinnn Carp to Htock Kln'H- - pond. villi-- , AihlrcBK W. L. McCnrty, Ky. V K.O.WAUTON.BUB.ManQROr MEANS BUSINESS. Kkw lot of jewnlry, untclii-- and junt received. All nllvurwaru Hold will bo enrnNed at reiiKonable rules. V. II. McltubiTtB. U. . Tiik llofltou Ideal Minstrels, coinpOHed artintH, are tbo next on of "0 lint-clamnl jowclry rcpairt'tl nml the utiiiiieinuiit prornintiio. Tliey will varrnuU.'d. A. It. !iniy. iiIciiho cull ami appear at Walton's Opera House, SaturYoiiii nccount l day ninlit, Nov. l. sottlo. McHol)t'rU; A .Stnjjir. .. Tuf. boKt nines to buy tlrup, patent Mil1. AnnikCahh has withdrawn her 1h ut It. A. tni'dicitu'H und toilet artick'H suit for divorce ruriiitist W. C. Cash anil IViiiivV. Uvv your Hcliool bookn, ink, tablet. will make no defense to ItU counter peof nil tition. Mr. Cash was acconlinnly Krnnt- Imper, jH'iu:iln anil Bcliool KiipplicH from A. It. IVnnv. ted a full divorce Wednesday with Iho custody of bin children. Tunny. Wat(;iii Com k mid pcltlo your account. A. -- : PERSONAL POINTS. v.v K. ,- - Jaii.eii Kotiiwkli., of (iairard, and edDit. It. ('. .Mono an went to lchunon itor M. ). Hughe, of the Wednesday. Miss F.mma Pituwirr, of lniisville, is Nuwh, paused through this city Tufwlay night on their way to Anchorage, with a visiting friends here. Vilnon McCullum. A. L. Aiais, of Somerset, was up to white luniitlc named We. will be uneasy about Itro. Humbert see his old friends Wednesday. itg.iin at his Mas. Nancv Josks, of Mill Sjirinus, Is until we hear th.it lie is post. The Muperintciidcnt of the Asythe guest of Mis. W. G. Itaney. Mu. A. T. NfNNNi.i.i:v is in Cincinnati lum infill maku a mistake. with a couple of of cattle. A PnoiiKiY, Little Andrew Whitley W11.1. Mail has been to Ciucindati on liright, the sou of Mr. II. C. n business and pleasure trip combined. bright, is a wonder at figures. He can .Mil. AND M IIS. J. W. WAM.ACK llllVU add, substmct onlividc the largest num returned from a visit to relatives in bers and does not know one llguro from Mercer. another, lie counts everything in sight MisstJi A.nmi: IloiioMiud Julia Miunr, and even when there are attractions that of tho West Knd, are visiting Mrs. T. J. would take the attention of most anyone I'oster. he spends his time in llguring In his , of Crab Orch-nrMus. It. II. IliioN.M-onmind the dillerent objects that come to is visiting the family of Dr. G. W. his Lim-aster car-load- ... A Had Hiikak. ISrnck Graves got on a J. T. Hooker, who rented the King tear Tuesday at Kowluml and sbirted faun, on Unliving rork, for tho year out to clean up the town. Ho ciimu 1SW, has rented it to Glover Irwin, late ncross Judge Shelton, AnderfionNuunel- - of Pulaski, but now of the West Knd, , ley anil who wero hand-- ' for $800, the price paid by him. We BOinii cattle,, and without provoca-- ' jjret to loose Mr. Mocker, who will fro to tion drew a knife, and cut at Fatty in a .Soineiset January 1st and take charge of vicious manner, doing no further dam- - the Fair Grounds and track where ho age than to rip bis coat. Anderson l will ilo a general breaking nml training thought discretion the better pait of business. Our loss is Pulaski's gain. valor and lit out with Mright also mak XKW ADVKHTISKJIKNTS. ing t: 10 time. Graves then tackled Judge Shelton and after a desperate struggle, the hitter succeeded in knock FOR SALE R iug him down with a Mick and with the uRMiHtjinci. nf Wnvirlv llimiillnii nml A I.AKUI. AJSIJ UHI,MUIMIIl IH.IU.tb I, v .Miiiiieiiey, w mi nun returned tin .1 uie m Lancaster, cm Danville meet, the old Prank. a hoaruini; tor Judge's call, tied Graves hands behind lirr Institute proper!, isuil.inlr old ptlwimyor II Mill pioperty not lioii'c him and brought him to jwll where he retncil for the vetir 1S00. it will lie old at public at the court mi remained until nextday, when he waslet outcry iloorMonday, Deo. 23. 1889 beint; county ill Lancaster, Kv., th.it home Mll.t.KK U out on bond. It is reported that Ferrell courtilay J. V. Miller, I.ancaUer,SANIllKKR. or J. I". Addrr d Miillcitboro paid no heed to the judge's call for help, but Is still taxing his legs to take his fat COAL I, ANUS, TO LEASE body out of the way. llrlght-Ferrellg IT WILL PAY YOU To Examine our Stools of B00TSSH0ES Boforo Buying. RENT. 111. 1 A Cood Ijinon San-ilifc- ii SCHOOL "With. SATCHEL" s ! f r Acre, midway beWednesday Arch Adams confessed The Allen Oilmore place nf fo on pike. 50 acres tween Stanford and Dam illc, K. Farris and in i(ood K'a'i 30 lor cultivation. that he stole a hog from J. 'lermtmade known on day of talc. Pouruion -was given 11 year in the penitentiary. civen January ut, 1890. In- A t T.SMITH, Admr. 74 lA'slie Stewart was tried for rape alleged to have been committed on one of his color, Julia Purdom, but the charge was not sustained and he was acquitted. view. Hronaugh. John Hansford, charged with a like of- My New House on Main -I)n. Stkm.k Maii.RV wiik up to see Mrs. to Mr. V. It is with regret that we note the per- - fense against the same woman, was dis- Stanford. Ky For terms m applyDanville, Kv. It. llifciim. Stanford, or to e l Nield's littk girl at Mt. Vernon Wed- - j ttistcney of a few of our young ladies in charged, the testimony being the same I.iiTTIK N HOi.MKS. 31 uesday. Slut has the pneumonia using paint and pencil to beautify their m in thu other case. The case against Mis Lii.i.iAi ItrciiANA.v, of Crab Or- already pretty faces. Not one time in a Tom Wren for the murder of his fathei-in-lachard, who has been visiting Mrs. M. S. hundred is it put on with sullieieiit dexJoe ll.iker, alias Weaver Tail, was llAUghmau, returned home yesterday. terity to make It invisible and beside it then called and the following jury obA couple of elegant rromnn I.inratter Street, Miu. Wm. GkkkuiiiI Mrs. Sam M. Ow is injurious to the nkin mid a bad habit tained: J. 11. Myers. C. H. Sampson, suitable lor ofti..e in l.mtry or bed. rooms. ons have returned from Middlesboroand after all. Unit it voting ladies, you pos- - Win. Underwood, Samuel Kcid, F. F. 7i tf W.G WH.C1I. Cumberland Gap. much pleased with H..Hrt beauty and attractiveness given you Sandidge, J. II. TaHor, Arch Anderson, by nature far greater than any made bv their visit. NURSERIES Alex Taylor, T. J. Hill, Thomas Metcalf, BLUE-GRA- SS Tiik Climax says Miss Mollio Fife, who mortal hands, were a barrel of the stull' Tilford Messer Wine. Wren and G. G. A full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trro, has been daugorously ill w ith typhoid used in ellbrt. swore that linker came to his house and Cape Vines, Small rruin, Asparagus Shrubs, Imi everything for the orchard and garden. We fever, is fast recovering, whiuh will He and emnlov no ai;ent but sell dirpct at low prices to Fiiik at SoMKimrr. Mr. O. H. Wad extended his hand for a shake. good news to her friends here and else-the planter. IVronal Inspection of our immense dle, who came up from Somerset yester- - started to take it and then the old man I mock invited Description catalogue with valua. here. 1 Hey be sugcestions on application. a liateliet. Rmkine tried to lirain linn witli li F HII.I.F.NMKVKR, Mil G. 1. I'kxny, of Stanford, visited il iv. tclU im that the Somen Lexington, Ky71 8t Co.'h building caught lire about 10 o'clock Hcutlled around a while and filially he friends here Sunday. He s.i)s that (Wren) backed out of the house, Maker Paris has Moore pretty girls than Stan- Wednesday ninht and for awhile the Mill following him with the uplifted ford. Paris News. The girls here ssy chances for a disaHtriotiH fire were Hatter lug. Manful lighting, together with tho I fpon. It was outside that he fired Mr. Penny shall rut this rematk. sbot, winch entered the old man s MlL 0. 1). TnoMi'so.y, the "expert ad- rain, which came in a most opiiortuuc the finally got the tire under control, bowels and killed him in two or three juster of the Imdou, l.iverool A Globe, time, weeks. The cause of the assault with was here yesterday tlxing up some small and as only the rear portion was burned, N N. A M V Co. E. D. the hatchet was the fact that Wren had losses, afterwards going to Hintonville only a few hundred dollars damage was done. In his attempt to extinguish the slapped his wife, linker's daughter. Only one Night out to New York. to tlx up with Cook A: Weatherford. hut Wren's Solid Wstibulrd Trains to fire Teller U. G. Hail Duficred a painful There wa no person pret-en-t .. wife, but Mr. Sheppard, who was a ijuar. cut in the hand. CITY AND VICINITY. ter of a mile oil", swore that linker ran Now York, Vkhv line candies at T. It. Walton's. I'rof. 1 Eddy, the gen- out of the house with Wren after him. Tklki'Honk. tleman who has connected Danville, The prosecution was agisted by W. 0. Cloe connections for iloston and all points Fat Nr.w lot of boya' clothing at S. H. l'arksville, Junction City, &c, with Lex- Hansford, while Wren was defended by and Southeast. F.FFF.CTIVi: OCT. i, i&o. ington by telephone, was here Wednes- half a dozen of the local lawyers, all of ShankM'. TaTisrar Lim Vcs Accom day. He proposes, if he can raiie $.r00 whom made speeches. The case was Ktpress, Daily Daily F.ASTWARD. Siovkm, coal vanes ami kitchen feti in htock here, shares to be 2T, to run a given to the jury at II o'clock, but had Dally. Fx Sun En. Sun. cheap at T. Metcalfe). line from Danville to Stanford and not returned a verdict at the hour we l.se Stanford 3 27 am ijji nn i 31 n'n o to pin j 30 pm I 43 am l.esmglon. Uuii ineriHly Mackville tmburh Ih mon- thereby give us a connection with all went to press. " Winchester u ,5 pm 7 oo pm 6 40 pm " K. U. JunctioH... the Interior towns. His lines use thu keying with the iiieaxlea. " Ml. Mcrnni;.... I J; pm 7 3o P'" 7 40 pm FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. regular Hell instruments warranted to do a oj pm " Preston p' " Morehead 0 18 pm 3 "5 P"1 8 33 Nkw lot of Jewelry and watches just do whnt is expected of them. He will Olive Hill 10 40 pm 4 OS Pm G. Illack llerkshire boar for sale. Scvcn-Busli- cl received. W. li. Mcltobcrts. 6 OJ pm 10 37 pm " Ashland. Five- likely be here again to interview 6 JO pm 10 jo pm " Catlettsburi; T. Mcltoberts. Jr. who may be interested in the mat" Hiintlneton.... .. 6 jo pm 1 30 am Any onk wishing a wheat drill will do those J. M. Hail Mild in Cincinnati, two Arr W hite Sulphur... ter and it is hoped we will secure a line CharlmtsMlle 10 50 am of New York cattle at $4.Xi. well to see me. I. M. Hruce. " WashinElen.- 1 3J pm that will be kept in order and always ... " lUltlmore 3 ja pm W. II. brown sold to a Garrard 6 15 pm Fliiladelphia Tim Crab Orchard Cornet liand will-giv- readv for wrvice. county party 111 yearling heifers at $VJ. " New Vork 9 30 pen a supper ami hop at College Hall, Richmond, Va.. 7 40 pm Armour's new packing house at ' ' Oldl'olntComfort W. H. Spradlin TiikC. U. apt. J. P. BURTON, Clerk. All invited. Crab Orchard, L'7." Norfolk has gotten his engineering corps in good Chicago can handle 10,000 hogs of daily. .L Mil It. II. Danks, jeweler at W. . jahape and they are working like Turks, lbs. each I.en W. Hudson recently sold to G. ,u ' A- " " "" "K ' I'rains leaving I.exinplon at 11:43 " "' and y.3,0 Mcltoberts. has iust received a line lathe Winchesp m dally, except Sunday c nnett and other Jewelers' maehinerv. Urns .mi. turning till after dark. llesides two col- - 0. Lyon, of Lincoln, oJ exia tine year ter for Kuhinond, Ky. and points on at K. C. K. the ored axemen, the force Is as follows: I'. ling mules at Sl'J.V Advocate. K iibling him to make most any of New York, PhiladelLimited Vestibule -- Warren Kogers, of Cane Hidge, sold phia, WashiiiRtonnndfrom points Kast, arrites at .;,,nivin,, ( Carter, O. C. Mel.arew, W. T. Hlne, It. all watch and do the (lluflt Woodard, George C. Itiitland, M. A. to T. J. Got!, for export, (18 fat cattle it' l.tsinctnii .it 4 47 P "i daily W. Va., IH Give him a trial. Kast mall from lliiiilinxton, and all. to I cents, which nver.iged 1,71." pounds. A very ForbcHipie and W. 11. Ware. oil statliiiisarrivcs Lexington at 12 '4c, p m, daicpt Suniiny ly Tin: lint of claiiim allowed agaiuM the Hatisfactory and clieap line ban been run I'aris News Accommodation from Ohr Hill and sill local county by thu recent court ban been from Rowland to McKiuney, along thu The Messenger nays that IS. G. Hill, points, Kichmi nd, Ky., and8 points on the K, C 10, am, daily, Ky nrrivos at l.csiiiKton tiled for publication ami will appear in foot of the knobs and vesterdav another Ciicuit Clerk of Murion.shas bought 151) Sunday. For tickets, rates and sleeping-ca- r reservations, etc , our next. It fmts up SlL'.SSI.O.'t against line to run through town was being acres of the Lynch Gray farm, near O. W. HARNEY, Ticket Agent. s?8,Wl 77 IiiKt year. In a few more years Capt. Spradlin in very enthusi-- ' (hveiiniioro, at f$0. S. A. HKO.MIIKKIi, Trnv I'ass, Agt, I t. MUKTIIY.Gcii'l I'ass. Agt. in .1. B. llaggin has won nt this rate bankruptcy will Blare tin in astic over the uronnectH and is confident I D YARR1NOTON id V I' I.rxlnrtnn, Kv il the Lincoln county people will do stakes and pluses this season, and it is the face. Rubber-Line- d ; their duty, we will soon have a road to said tln.t Senator Hearst's losses foot up v Ah Mil G 1:01111 k Vauuiian wan riding Xatdiville and tho South, opening up n to nearly SIOO.OOO. toe through a barn 011 Mr. Sim Cook's farm Good butcher and shipping cattle vast territory of splendid country and Boot's bin head struck n piece of projecting LOUISVILLE, KY. incalculably benefiting us. We must nro active in Cincinnati with pricis from oil-grain timber and an ugly gash three iuclua toe have the road if by any practical means lii to 4..'J-"- hos aio strong at '.l to 4.13; The Leading Agricultural Journal of tho South and West. long and to the akull wiih made by it. sheep are active at '2 to 3, lambs UJ to 5J. we can senile it. Made, by Farmorsfor Farmers. Tlui wound is a very painful one and Will Moreland shipped from here As n record of successful ofiTlculture, Homb Mr. Vaughau will likciy be confined to A Hoii.sk Tiiikk. no equal l'.vrv topic relating About a couple of Wednesday four 04 head, of ami 1'aum lias openly disciif In its columns to agriculture is his room for koiiiu time. weeks ago, a dashing dude, who registerN .penseiit spared by tliefariiicrsllieinselves. cattle, bought of F. Heid in securing n full nccount of escry notable sucTin; thigh of Mr. Wesley Hout was ed as G. B. Kenii and claimed Lexing- ami Will Murphy komu time ago at I to cess 011 the farm. It is dUtincthtfy the cents. FAHMERS' OWN PAPER. not broken quite ho high up as reported ton as his home, came here under thu Win Best left 130 ears of corn in a A record of their dnity life, presented In a form in our last, being about half way be- pretense of representing Kemp it Co., und language which innke il plain to all. tween the knee and hip. The patient Is picture enlargers, of Covington, this barrel Thursday night, and by some IT8 LIST OF CONTRIBUTORO 1") orders. Ho means his horse got to tho corn and ate Contains the nnmcsof the most progressive farmresting easy and millers but little pain. State, and secured some JW ears of corn, mid ers of the South unit West. They do not treat of theoretical farming, hut of the actual condi The doctors say his great age him Impair- was here about a week and when tic got timing the night r. ed tho power to experience actitu pain. readv to leave informed mine host, Mr. when taken away left with great reluc- tions which conironi usStewart : John jonnson; St. Stall!; Waldo I', Ilrown : Henry A, I'. I'ord ; Jeff. Wclboni ; Hugh T. llrooks; John is hardly a chance for his recovery l'ortman, that he had no inonoy to pay tance. Furls Nuws. There U llalduin and a Over half a million dollars worth of C. lldgar: Steele's Uayou, T ns ho is glowing gradually weaker all his hoard. Seeing that that gentleman hot of others make this Journal Indispensable. was becoming wratliy at that statement horses have been sold in Fayette, Scott Moreover, It is equally thu time. A HOME MAGAZINE, Kemp pulled out 11 few dollars and that and Harrison counties during the past r Is subject of interest to the A Bm Haid. News conies from Rock- with 11 draft on h'n house, which seems three weeks. The total sales of lino liverytrcaUil. Mary Mnrsden, I.oU Cntesuy, Mrs. fully Drown, Mrs, Daviess, Miss Cabell, Miss Mosby, castle that Float Logan, deputy collect-- o to bo an imaginary one, for .?!, settled horseflesh for Kentucky during tho year Alice Winston and n score of others will contribute regularly. ', with a posse raid'.".! 1). 1. Bothuram'b the bill. At Junction City thu day ho foot up to $11,000,000. FAITH LATIMER jeglstered distillery, two miles south of left here, he was arrested by a livery August Belmont's filing won 'M I in charge of our Children's Department, and KKET SI'KCIFIC cures all blood diseases, such as Scrofula, fleers, Pimples, UKiraUd Thrc t in all its stages, Price Mt. Vernon, and captured thu propiie-to- r man from Lexington on the charge of races during the last season, was 2d IIO she hns the peculiar faculty of being both in- White Swelling, Syphilitic diseases most pleasant to Necrosis, ,Vc, Iron $1 per botilc MAVIS' MtON 11! 1TKKS is the take of all the tunic. It cures Dyspcpsu teresting and Instructive. (13 timee, winit gives a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new rnergj to the muse and eight others connected with tho stealing a horso and buggy. At his times, !Jd 'JO and unplaced THE MYSTERY OF THE NATION and nervous system. Price $ per bottli1. works, and found 117 barrels of unstampHis largest Is n thrilling story appearing in Home and trial there ho was held in $'2oQ ning in money S123,(i:!3.;i,'5. OA'II.IKl"S WORM SYUUP Is made of the l.est worm killers mid epclleti, kimvn K. th mi leal profession and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant to take, safe and rilwhi.. Cncu ed whisky and brandy hidden under tho bond till thu Circuit Court and now the winner was St Carlo, with two races, one 1'akm. by John It. Mnslrk, and is exciting wide per bottle. distillery tloor mid in 11 barn and dwell gallant and festive youth languishes in second and one third and S2S,45S.:t: to attention. Short stories by distinguished writers OA'IMKK'S MAGNETIC PILLS for all Liver Complaints, Impaired Digestho, si. k Ilca.lacl appear from time to time. Ac. Acts as cathartic. Price js cents ptr bo. ' BILL ARP'S LETTERS ing. Eight teams hauled the liquor nml durance vile in that city. The $1 draft his credit. Manufactured and lor sale to the trade by tl.e in each issue, am! this humorous philosoprisoners to Somerset. Writs are out given Mr. l'ortman camo back unpaid Over 18,000 will be given in prizes Ajipenr never more interesting than at this pher was DRUG CO., against others supposed to bo connected of course, and tho "."0 cents cash down" at the American HoisoShow, which will time. I.N ITS KUITOKI.Uj IlKl'ARTJIEXT distillery. with Bethuram has been on the pictures will be lost by those who bo held in Chicago till November 0th. Hour: and Harm speaks boldly and fearlessly in favors a rerunuing tho distillery foru number of patronized the cheeky youngster, who Tho classes presented include all kinds behalf of " I'crmers' Rights." Itfanner; better vision of the tariff In behalf of the years. This is tho first time ho over got can find sympathy with good hearted of breeds, from tho highest type of thor- roads for the farmer ; l'ree Mall Delivery to the among fanner ; caught, though thu officers have been Mr. J. D. .Swain, who is some S3 loser oughbred and trotter to the ponderous aim Is to " llust Trusts." Its the farmers, and its i?,7 K'P' l or' I'nntt, Telegraphy, &e.m motto is I B" ' for Calaloyue unit full nuri((oi. " Fair Trade- and Farmer' lilihU.' watching him for somo time. Clydesdale and diminutive Shetland. by thewtme fraud. iv T Tiik only case tried Tuesday was that of Tom Jarbou for shooting Tom lams-forMe was defended by John S. Owsley, Jr., who made his maiden speech and not only acquitted himself creditably, but came near acquitting his client; who was lined only $.0 when the maximum penalty for the oljcnse is live years in the penitentiary. Jarboe will lay the lim; out, in jail at f2 a day, which will be of small consequence to him, as lie has gotten used to his quarters there, hiving been confined for several months. V I - Each Pair Shoos. want to lejo my Cual l.anJ,in Wlntley, en Ky., 500 Actc. Hie Kuoiville llrancli of the I. through ihvc Undo. Four A N. railroad pate oprmnK have beer, made on them and the coal W, Apply to my agent, Thom ik Varnon, at Stinford for trrmi, Ac. MARY K. VARNON'. 74.41 firit-clj- SEVERANCE & SON. PUKI.IC RENTING. 1 the will rent publicly to the hieheit bidder, before court-hoii- c door in Danville, on T. Saturday, November 9th, It WM0i Dealer d, FOR SAXiE.r St., FOR RENT. Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, &c, - Old Ky. Rsute ! MAIN & SOMERSET STREETS, Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, STANFORD, KY. - Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. and Barrels of Fresli Salt. to-da- y car-loa- Prices Always Reasonable. e U.-C- T. R. WALTON. "' "l '. ... j j i. OUR mn-veye- d. Celebrated Buell Boots boys' . HOME AND FARM, car-load- s, 1,373-poun- d 4-- i 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 haiid turned. Giim Boots, Arctics and sandals in children's, Misses, women and men's sizes. Have arrived single and Vamps, plain and, box in lap and calf. Boys' extra high Baell Button Boots; Broan in split, and hiv; plain and box in child's, BRUCE & McROBERTS. home-make- The Great Remedies I ex-aini- , WILLIAMSBURG Williamsburg, Ky. tli - BRYANT & STRATTON Business College AIIIOlll , .wwwio v i.a.c, JWPf JPJW'"' ' t-t- v"t,'" ,?ru"3?r7Trf "" !- '- ' '. 'n "r1""" '' H TFp7-l- - JtMHMMjaMiaW 'S"T Semi-Week- ly Interior Joiirwil AT WHAT SHALL WE WEAK? PHYSIOLOGY A New AND HYGIENE. , YOUNG FOLKS' COLUMN. INSTRUCTION AND ENTERTAINMENT FOR OUR GIRL AND BOY READERS. J MISS KATE BOGLE Is u CnnJIclnte for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county. Election August, 1S90. Publtahod Every Tuoodny and Friday VA.NCK $G J?JR. VJCVU.Ijr SMTWhen not to paid $3.60 will be charged.1 .A-- K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. . it Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., reluming 4:50 p. m. l." ahTlocaltime'card. South ' 11 57 P ra Express train " South - ' ' North 3;am -- 6 30 am Freight North Otil 5 5SP m South. The latter trams also carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time. Solai time It about jo minutet fatter Mail train going North is JPn 131pm LEAVENING POWER Of the various Baking Powders illustrated from actual tests. ROYAL Itnclllus Ilns the Truo Cause of Hairiness Ueeu nt Last UlieoTcrcri? FASHIONS FOR MEN, WOMEN AND Dr. Snymonno is reported to havo sue-reeded in isolating n bacillus named by him CHILDREN. "bacillus criulvorox," which ho regnnl its thocuusoot baldness. Ho claims that It is' School Dresses for Largo Girls anil Dresses found only on tho scalp of man, other hlrsuto mill Slip rur Sninll Olrls I'lenslng Stjlei wts of tho body ami also tho fur of animals being free from It, Tho bacilli Invade tho hair In IVttleimts Hints to Stun on the Subfollicles and mako tho hairs very brittle, so ject of Clothing. thoy break olf to tho skin. Then tho roots Scotch and French plnlils tit dark colors, themselves are attacked. If tho microbes rat, bo destroyed early In tho disease, the mndo w 1th plaited wulsts nnd skirts, form tallty of the hairs maybe preserved, but school dresses for girls of li to 14 years of nge. Tlieso dresses nre usually fin- after tho follicles nro Invaded and theirished with volvct plastron, collar, etc. For structures destroyed, baldness lxcomes Inmore dressy occasions young girls' gowns nre curable. Dr. Snymonno pro) oses the follow. mado of cashmere, light weight cloth or other Ing remedy or preventive of haldnevsi Ten parts crudo ctxl liver oil, ten parts of wool fabric, nml trimmeil with hnildlug, passementerie, embroidery or velvet rlhUm. A tho express! Juico of onions, ami five parts favorite mode isnn Ktnplru waist and gnth of mucilage or tho yolk of an egg are thoroughly shaken together, mid the mixture ered skirt. to tho scalp, and well ruhlied in, once a week. Tills ho asserts, will certainly bring back tho hair If tho roots nro not already destroyed. But tho remedy, as The Medical Record remarks, must bo very distressing to tho (uitlent s irieuds and ucigliliors. d 91. I P. Brliilclcy The Trim Composition of a Young Girl on tho "Homo Pig," Native or All ) S. O. DAVIS, Countries How In Make an Amusing I.lttle Toy PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Not very long ago ono of tho youthful conlv V. tributors to Wlilo Awake was awarded n Drug Sioie, Office net door to Whitehead! prlro for the following composition ou tho Sperial attention given to diseases ol children "Homo I'ig:v Candidate fur Clerk of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic party Ulec.ion August, 18.M, l.i I COMPANY 1 mt.Vjoknox, i CREAM 1 ?;-'- f. HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, STANFORD, K I LEXINGTON.KY. 'M sfc'vp, i..i il, ,. ! Engineering and Survoying in all branches. - . a ! , (PuR)osnHHHHHH iHHHBHBHMHBBHaf 1 CRAHrS'(Alum).. BUMFORD'S HANFORD'S CHARM (fresh)... (when freth) HHHHHiHH (Alum rowder)..MHBBBHlBHBBi (Alum)MHHHBHaiBaBB DAVIS' and 0. hV CLEVELAND'S nMHHHM MMMM FIOHEER (San Francisco) CZAR MHM OR. PRICE'S SHOW FLAKE (Groff 1) CONGRESS WECKER'S SHIFTS HARFORD'S (None Such), when not fresh PEARL (Andrews & Co.) flUM FORD'S (Phosphate), when not fresh. .. Reports of Government Chemists. "The Royal Baking Powder is composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. jurious It does not contain either alum or phosphates, or other insubstances.-EDWAR- D G. Love, Ph.D." Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly "The the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. " Henry A. Mott. m. D., Ph. D." "The Royal Baking Powder is purest in qualify and highest in strength of any baking which I have knowledge. " Wm. Mc.MURTRIE, Ph. D." All Alum baking powders, no matter how thigh their strength, are to be avoided as dangerous. Phosphate powders liberate their gas coo freely, or under climatic changes suffer depow-eSeT- terioration. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. Office on .Main tlreet, opposite I'orlman House, up stalls. Nitrous Oxide t.as ghen for painless extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. W. 13. PENNY, DENTIST. sjefice South side Main stmt, in c flice recently vacated by Dr. L. F. HulTiuan, btatuord, Ky. "WALLACE E. VARNON, Attorney at Law, Stanford, -- Kontucky. adjoin-j- j lOfllceover McRobcrts Will practice in all the courts of this and counties and in the courts of .ippeal & Stags' drug store. A WARNING. We will prosecute to the full extent of the law vcrv person found on our lands with kuii and 1. w. j 1 . . siok ur nci. 63 Airs At, .ICE TUCKKK. -- 1'OR- i SALE AT A SACRIFICE I will sell the lionet' known us the Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, For ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS cash. IhQ Cottage opposite the Railway Depot, accupicd h II K Miller, .it the same place for hlOHF HCNDKKD DOLLAItS caoh. Same can u he si en by appljing to Mr. W F Kennedy, Cral) Orchard. .No 30 State Street New J OTTF.NHr.l.MFR. ork. OPTJBIilC SALS. On Tuesday, Nov. 5, (889, 1 will sell My Farm of 336 Acres, And entire lot of Stock, .oimsiiu cf 40 Head of Jack Stock, 40 Head of Horses, Omsisun ilicipally of llrood Marei and includ-unmy fine slulllui, ON 'I IMF.. Also all other itocl. necessary to carry on a larin, includini; crop ..nd farming utensils. Terms All sums under $10 c:ishjover that 3 on) u nt negotiable note w II be taken, payable in 4 months, with fi per cent Interest C Laud ' cash and balance in I uud a years with pir cent, from day ot sale l.I.VI HLMIIII.E. At SlietU) city, Ky c v k ,JDFiELD'S 'Jfl's2 jf OH pE.fy1iLL EBULATOR SSfSSM MENSTRUATION a TA.KS.N DURIMQ CHftHGt QV BUFftRlMBVlllBi: WOICH GHiKT OKHGtH- MONTHLY BICKNCSS Ut jiooK TO"WOMAN' 3SADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA GA. iatocru tsauimn. Tiiko Time anil ll Happy nt MrnU. All persons wishing a pleasant life and well "It cannot be disputed that in the art of wife let them use I'atent Hour maile at feeding the human animals they do these .Stanford Roller Mills Call far it at your gro-nOn Dwelling, II uiscluM Furniture, Store, Mereery, and if ihcy have things letter in France." So says tho Ixni-dogot it on hand, urg chandise, Av , apply to the old them 10 keep II, or gel ain order from them ami Hospital and proceeds to draw tho folgel it at the Mill and I will puaratitte fiteas.ht lowing comjxirlsons between tho eating hnl-It- s Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. ml interesting lamily oS of KnglMimeii nnd Frenchmuu, which are W N I'Ol fS, Superintendent. Lightning cUu.es ntti. heJ and damages paid not without some application to Americans vtlielher fire en.ues or nM. ivery, gecd and Sale Stable Kngllstimau eats as well; The middle-clas- s OF.O il IIIU'CK, Agent. 17 a homo nn. hunks of beef and wedges of mutton, fol"Tho homo pig Is n native of America, Englowed by pudding ns solid as lead, and Its washed down with strong Burton nle, or still land, Mexico nnd nil other countries. stronger Dublin stout. That Is very good color may be either white, black, yellow, D11ESSE3 FOIl LITTLE 01111.8 White dresses inny Ix1 laid nsldo for wool faro for plowmen and fox hunters. To tho brow tl or coper colored. Its bond resembles a jwrker pig's, while Its body is like that of u ones, on tho npproach of cold weather, for town man It Is simply ruin. The Frenchmnn It is xnuictlmes intelligent, knows better. Neither lu tow 11 nor in country human being littlo girls of !l years of age uud morn. Tho- I dresses uro inndo with high, round waists nml will ho feed likon carnivore. Ho believes in nnd tuny bo taught many things It Is a. herbivorous and carnivorous nnimnl, and w ill Fourth Avenue, 511 straight, gathered skit ts: a sash or samo ma variety; ho likes a littlo bit of many dMiw, teriul, or of silk, is tied at the back. In tho not a vast mountain of one. He likes it made eat almost anything else. Its chief ehnrno- W. H. JACKSON - CO., PRO'RS. Is Its prodigious npiietito nnd it ills-cut nre illustrated two dresses, suited to glrL pleasant to tho tasto. He takes time o er it. terlstlc tONDoN, KY, is quite the rule on tho continent to sco nil position to have the most and best of every-thing- ' of 0 and 7 J ears of age, It regnrtllewi of tho rights of others. Good turn" jtt and taddle horses always for hit. G. A. BENEDICT & CO., Ono of these drones Is mado with n low tho busy men In tho town spend nt least an on reasonable terms London Is the mott convea "Wo were told tho other day of u young bodice ami skirt in tartan cheviot, and orna hour at tho restaurant over the midday meal Icjit Him on the railroad lo reach place in th menteil with braces and streamers In velvet Tho eating done, a smoke, a game of draughts homo pig not more thnn four feet high that Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, in the mountain sr ton of the Mate 10 riblioii of the dark shade of the uttern. or dominoes and a cup of coffee nro Invoked can consume ns much as tho hired man nt ky each few I, besides eating almost continually similar velvet encircles the full sleeves, as aids to digestion. which, like th pleated front lit plain ma- - ' Tho natural result is that a Frenchman or Imtween meals of apples, nuts, turnliM, canWells drilled lo order and Pumps lurmshrd terial, matches ono of the light tints of the a Belgian looks happy at meals, and still hap- dles, sllpcry elm nnd cinnamon barks and factory prices. 3 other odds and ends.'" checks. The remaining dress is of Brnche pier at bis coffee uud dominoes. Is any man woolen, et off with cuirs nnd yoko of dark unscientific enough to say that tho FrenchE. H. BURNSIDE, 1. Slow Transformation Called solution. velvet Tho full sleeves nro gathered nt the man is wrong and tho KuglUhman Is riglitf top, and so is the stomacher of surah silk, Bating is undoubtedly ono of tho chief funcA bluo egg mar become a robin. The lawhich Is framed or bordered with pleated tions of life, and If it bo right to make all tent life hid bviuaible walls mnv lm wnrnio.1 No Kotclln Kentucky has a htier repuration, and Its proprietor is determined tlm braces, liken Uo of surah bilk. life bright and happy, then eating should be into nctivity and gather to Itself the crumb! shall bi maintained STANFOltD, KY. one of its chief pleasures. We English have from a cottage table and weave therefrom a great deal to learn from many countries. the tissues of life feet to ierch among tho SI'KCI.M. ATTKNIION t COMMKUCIAL Grntlemru's Clotlilns. Wo cannot do better than begin by learning blossoms, w ings to lly nnioug thp trees, eyes Double breasted sack coals will bo fahlnna lie hat recently acMcd to lit arrointmrnts and mule bought and s.ld how to prepare fool so that it shall bo pleat-an- t to revel in the scenes disclosed by sunlight, f Iravelrr , llortt bio for gentlemen's business suits this winter orsesand sehi les used in llsery "iy and tempting to the senses, and how to and vecal organs to lng the song of love to I Also agent (or 'he l These nre uiude of black diagonals or black Thibet or Cheviot, with a vest of oat It without looking like mutexat a funeral mate. A tiny seed may become a "big tree;" for, tho same, nnd colored trotiers. either in or lions at nn ill managed "Zoo." WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO A First-Clas- s Llvory warmed Into lite, It sends Its rootlet into tho checks or stripes Business suits made nil of nourishing earth nnd Its branches Into the one material are mostly of checked or strijied Ico a Hrinitlr for Natitea. To arcommoda'e the of Ins increased transient patronage.' Hot turnouts furnish. d Cheviots or tweeds, with either the new dotthlo A physician advances the theory that the vivifying nlr, nnd guthers iiintsrinls with Commercial 1 rtveiert and ether breasted sack cont, tho simpler single hren-te- d distressing sensation of nausea has its sent in which to build a noble growth of (ho forest. Tho rill born of a summer shower carries sack or else the cutaway w nlkiug coat, I'laln tho brain and not In the stomach, and that CRAII ORCHARD, KV slate gray w orsteds are also Used for entire relief may be obtained by cooling the b iso of tho sand from the hillside and gito it to the Scaler In suits. Rough goods ami tho plain goods, such this brain. Hi. rhilins to linvn r.tt.l title brook, and the brook bears It on to tho rlter, as dark blue or black Choviots, are especially often and thoroughly In the cae of sick " ho river transjwts It to the sea. and the Dry Goods, Notions, HatS, Caps LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. liked for the new double breasted sacks to lo headache, bilious colic, choler morbus and ''"preguaUsl tide llnds a nest brnenth the wnvos nnd lu It lays the egg of nn island Hoots, Shoes, l lolhlng. Hardware, ijucens- worn with slate gray or dark blue striped other ills in which tho nausea Is a dis w,,e' 'nware. Furniture and a trousers that are cut straight and uro of fair tresslng symptom, without a single failure, Then this boss on the floor of the ooeiui hn LlnO Of CfOCOriOS, THE LARGEST AND FINEST width. Tho extremely wide trousers of last also, that ho once relieved tho nausea result-li!- j tho power to gather about it more sands as tliey como from tho distant hills, nml still. year have given place to thoo of medium of the stomach by the applifrom cancer Fancy Cndie Cu lies. Xc HOTEL IN THE CITY. width for nil kinds of suits. cation of ico to tho back of tho neck and more sands. Every summer shower gives It All kind of 1'roduce taien in etihinge for goods Frock coat suits uro considered the correct occipital lmo. Tho ice Is to l broken and more, and every storm add to tho sands day dres suits, and are usually worn by the the bits placed between tho folds of n toweL that nro thus buried beneath the sen, until nt groom, best man and ushers at afternoon Relief may be obtained by holding tho head Inst an Island Is hatchl. as It lift. Its head Al. 1)., RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDM weddings. The vest matches tho coat, nnd over a sink, or tub, nnd pouring a miull ING TO ROOMS. Hoblus grow to bo robins by minute In- STANFORD. KY strled trousers nro now worn of quite light stream of water on the back of tho ms-k- . I.. ' w lavender or blul-- h gray shades. v "I'V- I.. .....wa This Is worth remembering as a relief for rriinui' tro frmv fat lut tvluMt- u IIIIIMilU.. III t i IfUKKISII A RUSSIAN MATHS IN HOTF.L. Full dress suits, wicii only fu the overling, sick headache, to which so many uro subject cronmi; UlamURroH to Ik? UlniuU by niluuto Ufficeon KanCAter Streu oppon Coun-HHaving removed tp ihU ntacc (rom Liberty, to ! IncreiiM, This Mow but nuru clinniru on are littlo changed in style They nro made change. Science tells you. Is called evolution. J'Vllet. "heXuKiV throughout of tine ili.i,,"i:iuls and Thibet, Danger In the Uso of Carbolic Acid. P a. ll U r.ljjrTt. II h.S.1 B n ami thoy may have mi additional vest of day or night in answrr rails In town or rountrv. Carbolic ncld Is freely used by people lu 5 olhii lite were spent in Stanford and ' Thirty ycart A slight vino general as a disiiifectnnt nnd for various A Surprising Little Man. white worsted or Marseilles 3 1 he deems ft unnecessary to speak ol hit ability at of embroidery borders tho white and tho purposes, and Usually without a thought of (9 A littlo figure mny Im tuadoon tho princl A share ol the patron- physician and surgeon CO SJ " black vests. The swnllow tall dress coat re- danger. Tho following letter, by Dr. Billpies lllustrnted in tho cut, so ns to balance age of the people of Stanford aud vicmity is asked P 63 tl mains of tho usual length, and Is rolled low, roth, of Vicuna, lately published in The Lan- itself very atuuiiitgly Select n piece of woud by him . 8 with silk facing: the vest Is nlvi cut very low cet, is therefore somewhat of a surprise nnd ubotit tno luetic 5 gotj and dLscloes three studs in the shirt may convoy n needed caution: "I havo lately long, cut one end t3 Single breasted sack overooals, with fly seen four cases In w hicli fingers w hlch hnd of It into tho form fronts, will be woru this winter of medium suffered a most insignificant injury liecntuo a man's head ntn of tVS&Tl length and faced with silk. Occasionally gnngrenous through th- uncalled for applishoulders, and let re o double ucks uro preferred, and nre mndo cation of carbolio acid Carls lio acid Is uow the other end tnKT o tn cjuv-j- s quite loovi in front and back, hanging straight much less p -- CO In surgery than formerly. oir gradually to a from tho shoulders like the box coals used for Wo havo only gradually liecomo acquainted O line Minl,ushnwu THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE, -driving. Capo coats for evening overcoats with Its dangers. The ncld may not only in the annexed tig p p Q tr .n; ato made of heavy Cheviots lu broad double causo inflammation and gangrene, but also Next furnish ttru. oy e .. ra diagonal with plaid lining, uccordnig to blood Miisouiug, and so may even prove fatal. CENTRAL KENTUCKY the little man with t3 i Hnr)or's Hazar, authority for tho foregoing It Is useful only in the bauds of a skillful '! all l'oian ? O CO wnfti'r,sluiNsl like " ' ' o P 1 surgeon, anil ought never to bo used without WyEST ours. Distend of Silk 1'cttlconts. his ndvico." arms, which wnft-eiFS w Tho fnMiiou which prevniled to n considermay lie somep o able extent last winter of wearing silk pettiSOCIAL ETIQUETTE. 1 what .mote than p coats under walking dreses in place of white r FAST, LINK MET WEEK double the length l 0 TUB 1.ITTLK IIAKANCitll, Vitrlous Items . About Preiallln;; muslin skirts, is a very sensible uud con r liody. Insert Ct of his O & CINCINNATI. W.'ililln Cuttoina anil IInues. venient one, and O them In his shoulders, and lie Is complete LEXINGTON duds favor again As w isldings nro again the order of the day, When you place him on tho tip of your linger, fL I hill) I. h IN KKFI.Cr MAY n. K SCI this season. These L.US brides and bridegrooms may ilud if you havo taken ir to make the otnt expetticoats are muilo ussistuuco in n few items of etiquette refuting actly in n lino with the center of his body, ' No No. 4 Nn 6 IrMK&iSriBI 3. 2- I x Rsj Sim in 11 variety of to tho importnnt occasion when the uintri HlflH7 and lme put the w afters nccmatcly in thuit Lv Sun. Daily LutJmmmtmSSS 3. CD CTq st.es. Some nre moiiial knot Is tied. en places, ho will preserve Ills balance, even If especially designed First and foremost, us nn answer to a ques- blown about, provided ho is not blown with Lve Cincinnati as o I.ve Cosmtton. SHIM t oj p in 4 P n for warmth; a thin tion that seems never to stay answered, it so much force its to drtwi him off his iwrult. 9 44 aw j '7 pat Lve ralmouth.. .SiUbHBs1 o layer of oottou may be emphatically reiiiiirsed that a bride- This littlo man will causo much surprise, In Arr raris 1 '" wadding being groom should never weur tho u.uul evening consequeiico of tho fine K)liit on which he Arr Lesington.. " '" I "' " P ,n R n. S in placed between tho dress cont at n wedding in the day tlmo. Tho oscillates. ao a m Pari Lve il l nB9tMBSJ J. ut in Arr Winchester, outside nnd the lin- projier costuuiu is v hat is known us formal Arr Itichinoud.. ing. This "milling inorning dress, for w lilcli a black frock coat Miisturlie, is ."miliary Dim;. 4 mi P hi! Arr Lancaster. a 3 ninjfim r inimu Is held in place br is the correct one. No mini of fashion puts on '" i - ""- -' """' men find thulr record Arr Stanford, If tho deeds O r"WStMVMttSSf 'lu'lting. his dress coat before bis tl or 7 o'clock dinner. 1.. ...., .....I tli.l. lu. Lve Richmond n VUlllVi H5 ant. P Ill I'llllt, lllll llll. I, .W.......W llli" Mill. IMVII W , I" tl'o cut Is rV Where a death bus recently occurred in n given to bravo doingn of our four footed Xrr . l.exingt on. .. 5 yi p ih . family ull friend, even tho widowed mother, jTjiwfsJ IM m Sl rAt suitAH 8H.K clntornto mrair, de- should, according to as good authority as friends, the dogsf I'ltilmbly no ilog lias ever signed for show rather than fur warmth. Mrs. Sherwood, lay aside their mourning for rendered such good service as tiie celebrated K)odle who o untiie stands nt the head of o This wttlco.it is mado In alternate stt Ijkm of the ceremony, appearing in colors. It Is conn ToT m Z7. '. fol this ut surah silk and lace Inserting. Tho plaited sidered unlucky uud inappropriate to wear lowedshort notice. French by bit th, hoarmy I.ve Livinctton o 5 I.vc llerca s.v tho fortunes of the French Is edged with Inco liorder around tho bottom X. p In our country a ivld black nt n wedding Arr Hichmond. .WJMi h il iJ- am through most of the Cousiilato wars, winning r" t'fc) . m'J I'M .:--.' .' .t.Aasj' flouncing. Tho pointed belt is of silk, and owed mother appears ut bur daughter's ucd ' vi -At tho battle of Lve Sttnford .. .. v ira Ha in sieclnl honors, nt Murcugn Lve Lancaster tho ribbon bows amities match tho silk In ding In purple silk or velvet; in Hughim! she "' l Austerlltt ho rescued the regimental standard Arr Kichmoiid.. 9 4J a m,.:r color. These x.'ttk'onts nro usually. mndo In wears deep cardinal red, which is considered from nn Austrian soldier, whui lu tho net of I.te UilIuiioihI. . a 40 p in! 6 lo j in cardinal, cherry, pink or ono of the shades of under these circumstances to bo mourning or snatching it from the baud of its mortally Arr Winchester. 1 jo p ni 7 IJ a in blue colored silk. proper for people In mourning. 4 io p in 7 43 am.. ..... .. Tho plucky poodle drovo Arr Paris wounded lienrer bo accompanied by A widow should never I.ve Lexington .. J 45 I i"i 7 a in j 45 p m Fashion Notes. off tho ussailunt, and then, scllug the p in' S 4 Hivounww, a in Lve Pans bridesmaids or wear a veil or orange blossoms 4 15 p in , Black costumes are agatir considered stylish colois. in his teeth, dragged them trium- Lve Falmouth... 5 tj p m: 9 Jj a in J 07 p in 13 jo at her marriage. nttdfashlouablo. phantly back to his own company There Is Arr Covington .. o jj p mho jj am 7 30 p m She should wear ut church a colored silk nothing Mid as Astrakhan l.sn favorite trimming for tailor to his ixirsonal apjiearancu Arr Cincinnati .. 6 45 p mho 45 a in, 7 jjp m dress and bonnet uud should lio attended by mado coats uud jackets. and bearing, or whether he was u largo or a her father, brother or some near friend. It small, a black or a whitu mh11o, but for his On the.MavtwIle llranch, Vog. leaves Pant Rrocude is In favor for trains to dinner and Is proper for her to remove her first wedding bravo conduct, us above recorded, he wus 8 10, .1 in anil So. 11, at 545, p m, arriving at at gow ns. reception ring, as the wearing of that cannot but be decorated ou tho Held of Austerlitz by one of Maysvillc al 10 jj, a 111, and lm. p m. No. ir 11 Shoulder capes of cloth and of fur are painful to tho bridegroom. leaves Mayssille at j,ij a in, arming at Pant at . No ta leases Majtville at tho French ofllcers. 7 10 and largely worn. Wedding cake, instead of being sent about, OllOUISVUtt NtWalBASTJCHICACORTtS arrives at I'aris at 4 05, p in. These trains are Some of our young ladies nro rovlv Ing nn Is neatly packed (u littlo boxes, and each daily except Sunday. The Glass of tVuter Under the Hut. old fashion in huir dressing. Littlo curls uro guest takes one, If she likes, ns sho leaves tho No. 4 j leaves Lexington 10 oj am j arris ct Paris clustered ut each side of tho head, being kept house. An Innocent trick, which may afford somo 1015,1111; except nuniiay No 8 travel Cincinnati 5 u pin; arrives I'almnuth in plnco by side combs with fancy tops, tliur Tho bridegroom makes shat presents ho amusement at an Indoor arty of young 7 30 put ; except Sunda Lent tug both Is as follows: rest of tho Imlr being combed upwards, and pleases to tho brulo and bridesmaids'; ho has Jso. 7I1MSCS rnlmnutli 6 00 am: arrives Cincin plaited or coiled In n crown at tho top of tho also, of course, to buy tho wedding ring and I'luco n glass of water upon tho tablo, put a nati 755 am; except sunilav s 10 rrlves FaL LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI heaiL a scud a bouquet to tho brido, but ho does not hata,over It, uml olfer to lay.11, wager with any IIIWUIII ji leases....v,incinn.iuinny. a m - ....I- -. I.. ...!. III ,IU H Ml, .1IIIIII.I. , .i.... .. - . ... .1 Feather trimmings will bo used tho coming furnish tho cards or currluges; this is done 01 uiucoiiipany Hint you win empty inugiiiss No. H leaves Falmouth 4 15 p in: arrises Cm- Daily, Sennet 10 Fravelcrt, . without lifting tho hat. When your propo- - ciunali6 15 pin; buuduv nnlv. winter In every Imaglnablo way Marabout by tho bride's family Noti:-N- o. i runs dally bct ecu Lexinz "tn feathers and uncurled ostrich plumage will As soon us she can do so, tho brldo should sltlon Is uccented. desiro the comnanv not to nu V'"1"!"?"' duily between " 1 bo especially favored. write ujion note paper a noto of thanks to roimli t hi. hat. and then ret iindei- tin, tbln '?" 7 s,nn.iniiii nnu i.txiiigiou. I Ever attempted between the great commercial Not a and 6 make cuniiectinns nt Winchester overy ono from w horn she has received u gift, ntidcoinmeucomakingnsilcklnguoIso,Rmnck-cities on the Ohio Hint and Chicago, and hence Hot Air InlLslatlous In Consumption. whether they are stranger to her or not, ns Ing your lips nt Intervals, as though you wero tonmlnnun thtX N AM V. Ity the fastest time and must comfortable trains be!T"!, X"?! Sclenco stutes that from experiments In a In that case their gifts havo probably been swallowing tho water with lullnlto satlsfnc tween all points in the South jr tn the West ard number of coses. Dr. B. L. Trudeatt, of 8ara-na- prompted from regard to her parents or tiou to yourself. After a iiiimtteortwocomo at and depart front the Central Union Passenger Northwest, 'I he mintcrp.irtof this trim on all Station Cincinnati, making connections for all trunk lines Is denniniiiattd lbs Limited '., pre". Dike, N Y., concludes that 111 the thera- fiance, ami should therefore bo especially from under tho tablo, and address tho person points North, rast anil West. I he superb rolling simk we employ gives pitront who took your wager with, "Now, sir," His peutic value, of hot ulr Inhalations in phthisis acknowledged. Through tour and tho seclusion of tho curlo'lty being of course excited, ho will lift destination ticket and abaggage checked 10 an) Unlimited Comlnrt 1 cl "If"-is doubtful, and ('.'I the evidence obtained by C Tho wtddiug no reached by railroad. 04rA,,,a,1,Coul"n ' " in the South longer us obligatory as It up tho hat In order to seo whether you havo honeymoon is For full particulars address any agent ol the Co you will find our tin e t inlet ,md tickets! Say .Mo. tho bacteriological study of tho cases pre- once was, and somo very fashlonalilu couples nnn, get.Monon ai.it tn. k in .Motion, if you want S. F. II. MOUSE. sented does not confirm tho assumption that havo gone ut once, or after a few days' trip, really performed whnt you promlbcd, and tho K. II. 1IAC0N, i.lcatunt journey. Traveling IWg'r Alt , Gcn'l I'ass'g'rAgt,, to tase money and base a It inhalations of heated air can either prevent to housekeeping In their own house, simply instant ho does so tako up tho glass, and after ' fl Mrl'tiUsrire Lexington, Ky. Covirgton, Ky of the tubcrclo bacillus In the issuing the swnllowed Its contents say, "You ' n9e,nera fassenaer Agent, Chicago "at home" cards and anuotiticiug a having ILK. IIUNTINOTON, General Manager. lungs of living Individuals or diminish the ity icket Ajetitt and Ouice't; which tho brido will receive hor have lost, sir, for you see I havo drunk the C.F.NBIIAL orrlcF.S; virulence of this microbe when It has gained day 0:1 I. M. HUCKNKIt. friends. water without raising tho bat." Chamber of Commerce lludd'tig, Cincinnati, O K. A. 1 UK It K.N C. J7 tlh 11c ve t , Lnuitvllle, Ky. access to tticnu I inciniiatl, O. oi n Established 1825. FOB, INSTJRAITCK STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. WOOD WALLA6E, Kentucky. Men's Outfitter Louisville, , I "tanford, THE MYERS HOUSE Proprietor m. iiM, m imici:, m rsso stable, broad-riblxx- I Pool and Illlllnrd Parlors Stable 'sT.IHI.IKILTOILsr ' THE GALT HOUSE, I ' Conoml ' 0. H. H0BERTS, ...ur of -- 3 -- ' Ixr-o- m Kentucky Central "m.tjK R.R. WW - Stt e 1 1 itjiTi:. a ?b " )f- NOnTH, EAST, s ANg tUi-fu- a a o South-lloun- 3 rfll A'TtOTw '"P L'liuRsBfln ks39Rt?W CT ..!, ... yfraEBak IMI 111 -- -a i" North-Houn- jJ9ffKilSimL E" -- 9MHLlDlKHsi a ' - fJit?tC?.''A'V. WMK- WM. A DAMS& SON, tut-tere- . LEXINGTON, KV. 4u,.-iin- kx-pl- A NEW FAST :FAIL .,.- .. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE , I c .AJ'j ' gnth 1 I -- li. - . - Lg- - . n. t.i. .., , immf, ,1.