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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889110501 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 Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, d889. NO. 76 DANVILLE. BOYLE ir II VOL. XVII. CRAB ORCHARD. A. II. H.istln, .v..,., of llnnliii Itiir i mliliiiL' in lilt liomu ncur J COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. Cow- - LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. e Tlio ustponed sale of Samuel Geo. Denny, Jr., wife and child, of Mr. Jolin II. Woodcock nml family, the tin of Lancaster, will como hero shortly ami an, dee'd. took place on Thursday last. Lexington, were stopping at Millcr'H ' ' A good crowd wan in attendance. Cows Hotel a couple of days of last week. pot and witl he lendy to occupy it in n upend tlio winter with IiIh mother. The Ladies' Mite Society, of the, Mexsrs. l'unk A; Anderson have pur- - drought from $,U to i'2'y, horses $0 to few days. chaHed the lot on which were situated J I.TO and other stock at very satisfactory Presbyterian clinrch, assisted by a few November, the fall ui"nth for pn gentlemen, are rehearsing for nn enter- - j in here, and the "do-the 1'ioctor A; 1'uttn Mills, near the C. S. piiies. ting out fruit tiees, Mr. Gideon Caskey, of .Jamestown, tainment. makes Ids appearance In depot, for f l,(XX), and will elect a Hour- liverv man" Lisli Covington, of this county, sold. in the near future. N. Y., died at .Mnreland Friday morning mir mlilxt We note several hunches of iny mill on Mr. .1. ..(imiiiL' to this iilniv. The races which were to take place of congestion of the lungs ami heart j to Col. William hvans, of Danville, ,.ii ir.a Our trade has been so enormous this Fall that we find we will have T. Chadwlik is delivery man for one lot at Cecil Mros.' track S.ituiday and which disease. lie was engaged in the stave hushels of hemp seed for $2.'2'i per emh.dmedj bushel. Kutmr Je In fl. tn rp.ernr-k- - rnilifr thrill tut iri I rnnoonnotitln and Mr. .1. L. Yanlis isdelieiy man for promised some flue sport, ptoved almost huines. His remains were .if.. 3 l 3 John K. Faulkner has been nppoint- ia failure, as the truck was in such bad by IJ. II. Camnitz, undertaker, and nnother. In 1SSU a young lady, Mls-- i Uo. liv- condition, caused by rains the previous were then shipped to New York, aeeoin- ed internal revenue storekeeper of this this Week and We Will open up for district and stationed at K. J. Cm ley No panied by his brother. this place, died and was inter, 'night. Only one heat was run. ing near Tliat combination of a man viz.: .1, in charge of meal room. There mtint have been a good ileal of red in Crab Orclmid cemetery. Kiiday John K. Greenleaf, of Hiclimond, her father and brother, Hccompanied by business transacted at the Women's Con- "Artist and horse thief" called in our Mr. John Smith, came heio forencu of (lie Methodist Church Kxtcn- - tniil-- t and with Ids charming manners was liere Sunday to visit his mother, n friend, nud huil the remains laised and earned sion during last week, as the meeting was mid elocutionary powers induced n itum- who is rapidly improving after taking in u ceme- in session two days and the bell was ar of our ladies to patronize him and "Microbe Killer" one week. them to Ludlow to be placed A Knight of Pythias lodge has been rung promptly on time each day. The pay r. dollar down instead of the modest tery tiere. of oOeonts. He also carried away a organized and ollicered at this ptnee. A Mr. 1). H. Kdmiston and family m do next meeting will be held in J.exing-isut- n banquet to the Danville Knightf' organiMr. .1. If ton. number of highly prized photographs. n visit to I'nint Lick Friday. Judge Sharp, our State Treasurer, zation was given at Miller's Hotel Monmove in the PorThere have been several add'.tionsnt THE MOST- Hilton iH preparing to r the depot. Da- the Christian church. .Much Interest is accompanied hy his wife, hns been visit- day evening. ter ltohlnson houe Giles Saunders, an old citizen of this vis and Cbap)ell, our clever orators, being taken and besides the confessions ing Samuel Kcld's family. The judge Mr. J. S. theie has been a general warming up of came on a hunting expedition, but the county, who took" unto himself n young were in .Stanford Saturday. Kdmiston is carrying the mall to and the whole church. Itev. Mr. Tiiarp, of weather wan so unfavorable that misfor- wifo and moved to Danville about a year from the depot while Mr. Vanderpool is Versailles, who is conducting the servic- tune not only smiled but snickered right ago, has recently moved back to his farm es, is an eloquent and earnest speaker out. Dr. White and bride, nee Miss in the Buckeye neighborhood. con tilled with a mashed linger. Prof. Raphael Koister, assisted by all improving. Some and large eiovuls are attending the ser- McNeilly, are at Mr. Iigan's for a -- Our sick are They are en route to Washington the music pupils of Garrard College, viTv-hiul- v. thoueh. T Mc Holmes is vices. The Central Kentucky Carriage Co. City. They were serenaded last eve by will give a musical entertainment at tiie sitting up;Dr. lUair in a little, belter. His Saturday evening, Nov. 9. tlio old the Hustonville Serenading Club. Dr. Coutt-hous- e ru (earing out and Hlair, of Harlan, irom brother, J. A. OFwhom tiie doctor contracted the lever Central Hotel huiluing, which they re A. S. Price, the popular young dentist No fee of admission will be charged. with the cently purchased, preparatory to putting has been with us a month and constant-iA. llurnside and Pony Uenz-le- y James while wait'.ugon hiin, is hero went to Hiclimond Sunday so as to machinery and beginning work soon, y engaged. This "precinct" claims Dr, doctor, returning the fraternal care shown be able to put in the whole day at court him. Forlheroiisou that this fever seems No doubt this wilt be a paying enter Price. on Monday. Charles T. Grimes baa retransmltable, people are afraid of it. The prise. If we only had more of such en Nearly everybody is familiar witli one turned to his farm on the Lexington alone to j turprises. F.very manufactory started doctor's family are left almost or more of the various games of letters. pike. care for him, w hiuh make it very trying ndd much to the business of tho town new Win. L. Lnwson, a prominent farmThe tale will soon be told; thecaudi The Christian Union describes a on them. BOOTS AND weeks ago dates for thedilleieut couutv ollias will one tlmt mav Drove interesting and ex- er and trader of this county, dieil of exMr. S. Vanderpool some ., . I .... nan " P'yeu oy a !., ihmvii t.l.... cessive hemorrhages, at his residence from his soon know their fates. Tho voting nf coal-oi- l in unloading a barrel ake people: on tho Lexington pike, on Monday That has ever been shown in Stanford. We don't advertise low prices wagon, acciilentidly caught one of his Kins this morning, Monday. There has Put the box of letters in the hands of morning. He leaves a wife and several flngcre Iwlween the end of the barrel been some lively electioneering, almost on old goods or cry overstocked, but we sell more new goods for some steady person who can be trusted children. nud the platform, nearly mashing it oil' us if it was the dual race. There is not a as umpire. He will; throw a letter in J. Hoe Young wss at home Saturday und fracturing the lKiues. Iutlamatioti single man running who is not qualilled dollar than any other house in town. Come and see us at the of the table, and the llrst one and Sunday on his way to Louisville to .mil ...i I,,, ""-- - In. loot had a serious case of for the otlice to which he aspires. It's the center I7 ! w ho can tell a gograpim a the circle lay in a stock of general merchandise for one to make a choice among so it. For a time it was thought he would name beginning wiiu me letter in Bigui. tho Middlesboro market. He has rentami likely Ins hand, but manv good men. lose the linger takes tho letter; and the one at the con ed the storeioom of J. P. Sandffer, nt we are pleaed to state a change for the Is it safe to drill the earth too much elusion who can count the greatest nuni-fo- r that place, where he will engage in mer- is now imbetter has taken place and he natural gas? Prof. Joseph F. Jones' er is tlio winner of the game. Any chnntile business. I proving. answer tlio question in the Popular Sci- - name of any place under our sun which Jo MulhattanS n had a good snake i The "Cornet lUnd" of this place Col- ence Monthly and hii conclusions are of u of slllcient dignity to possess a postof-- a story in last week's Enquirer supple-- , g.ive an oyster supper and dance at flee is legitimate to use; any lake, river, nient. John (Crimp) Hrewer was the most alarming nature. lege Hall Friday evening, which was professor assumes the eartli to be mountain or sea. Tho players must be hero and a good selection of a hero for Tiie well attended and a gieat pleasure to all. gaseous j willing to abide by the decision of the such tales as John knows how to kill! Sign of the Red Flag. Try it again, Isiys. Tlio Messrs. Fish, a hollow sphere tilled ith a are making a subftanee. called hy us natural gas, and umpire as to who speaks lirst, and to ac- snakes bite. I). 0. l'ayne and others ; ...uui ih,uI. Miii'h mi one as any town he thinks that tapping these reservoirs eept his ruling out of any wotd which The Democratic Committee, which Itrta m , secured will cause disastrous explosions, result- - lm once been called. I recently saw a met Saturday to nominate a candidate aiiould he proud of. I'liev have . .; ! f .1...- t:..i....l ...... miiiiiiK ... v.... ..:..!.. 111 ....... n i.....Ij li.ll...l iii, i iivfit. i: w.v. uu- npiiivii vi.in .......:.... in .....I. cirui' ..r ni.1.111... ....u to represent Garrard county in the Con- n good instructor allll are dispensing' ink iruin no infill ami eninusiasm, anno pews ui stitutioiml Convention, adjourned with eve uiug. Under the tact with that which is escaping, aw eet music every amusement. It out making any nomination, thinking huuhing twinkle of innumerable stars of compare the earth to a balloon, Hunted , laughter, over the simple tlieclat-- 1 and kejit distended by the gns in the in-- jrt curious to see that at the uttermost perhaps they might be a little premature n'ciiim clear evening, or amidst which, if exhausted; will cause part of tlio earth places are called, and as tho legislature had fixed no time &c, tornf the dripping ndn and between the! torior. crust to collapse, allect the motion olir mo.st prominent citieH and States ig- - as yet for holding said convention. shrieks of the tempestuous winds, sweet the ... .f.i ..1 of the earth in Its orbit, cause It to nisei I)0red. It is good exercise lor ciuiuren 1 . . rinidv iiimiii the I ,. . -- H. G. Mullins, of this county, P. i . . .. -mniinn ui juii.iiv :..i. .11iienvi-iii- . 1.. 1. .!:...., .....I ' m . leacues ineir onium 10 uik iuiiuiv-fa- ll W.Spencer, of Soshone, Idaho',and iiwuivi-- nun have lonely ear, ami its beautiful accord tells, lis pane mining iniin pieces. Iv. and improves their geography; hut concluded their trade. Mr. Spencer gets how well they Improve their time. Is Receiving His Another writer thinks that drilling an adult hand should hold the letter box. of Mullins acres of land at $10 per com gs. should be prohibited hy stringent laws. lot in Lancaster at ? On n recent Sunday in the Sunday- - acre, house and is a possibility of Mullins personalty, at $?:i,840. db.ne He, too, thinks there ,( Disciples church on the -- Hid. HeChenntdieda , ftm anolll,r Schoolotthe and Chestnut streets in got in Soshone, Idaho, and vicinity IliO (5 months and -Nov. 1, aged m yeats. s,louIl mu.h a )Hsll(lur occur. Comervf Floyd amusing event occurred acres of land at $:i,030, personal property Goods Warranted and a Perfect flt Guaranteed, Give him a Trial city y- 'the countiy along the gas belt from To- - this lessonanwas about God rejection of iJl.o-V)- , one irrigatiod ditch at $5,000 and ..1st. J. U. -- On the morning KolI. The t 0( . a hotel witli bar attached, all running, at . ,. ... a c SINE. J.N'. MEXEFEB . ... . , , , ()f .n,ui oecause ue spa.ea u.o ,w..e.,-K,.v,Cook died ol bear; disease (, $7,00". Mr. Spencer lias taken charge re-- , At tho alosi. the supemitom.ent hhkci donee in Cincinnati. He had almost an, q Qwf God .e-- , of pioperty here and turned over by ., , covered from a complication of troubles, tlirouj:h the children to tell bin. why 15. , jwt0(, Saul. A bright lit tie girl spoke telegraph to W. A. Mullins, son of G., fi lends were tejoiced to see him Dealers In ndhis w all of tho Idaho property last week. K... n regaining bis health and vivacity as P pnm.i y. " tause he ...dn ohlo aIll, the Campbelht.-- s like God told linn. ,...,-- " vore. when he was suddenly summoned iiiivjo Tiie boiler of a grist mill at Owings-villi- ? i i ihiii I'lvnuii, ii.i.. v..: .... ..... II. . . ... on the lltful trying . i ...:,i liiiimii-- r iiirimsi iii' iiiiniijiini I lie ciicci can IIU iiiiiikiiiuii. l.lf-.V.- .. ..!......! toielea.se his hold .,....! :. exploded killing three men ami .Mill tides of life. His had been it useful and tlio gas wells witli telephones and deli-- 1 'h'corder. wounding three. , A3STD busv life and fraught witli successes and cate thermometers, and lias announced To day, in Massachusetts, the AusIf you won't do tho little things God with excellent and Scroll Work, reverses. A bright mind startling discoveries. He distinguished wants you to He won't entrust you with tralian ballot system will, for the tlrst moral courage to h.ick it and rare judg- .sounds like the boiling of rocks, and es- any big tilings to do. I le that is faithful time in tills country, receive a practical 3?.&,,Xl!Ei!N'T WIF-E-! ment and foresight, his invistuients and timated that a mile and one half or so in that which ts least is f.iithful also in trial The ciicuinstances are such as to Cedar and Locust Posts. speculations pushed with skill and beneath the Ohio and Indiana gas Held much; and he that is unjust in the least make the test complete nud decisive, for V - will cirry a till stock of everything found in a tirst'dass Lumber Yard. yielded largely had several times tho temperature of the earth is Lo00 de- is unjust also in much (Luke xvi, 10') there are three full tickets on the ballot A. C. SINE, Ilusiness Manager, ' in bis favor and his reverses were duo grees. Hod tests us by our faithfullness in little and a partial fourth one. The result will ,nn.iiv m tiiolmk of these traits in his Tho scientist says an immense cavity things. Y. M.C. A. Watchman. ...vr...,. .'. be closely watched and carefully stud business associates. Wherever no "' )oxjstH( nnti that here the gas is stored, hours quickest between 9 1 miles the shortest, ied. A woman seventy yeats old has jnt lived or managed huMi)iis inu peopio t,ml a m!0 )ljmv tu, bottom of the ' Bucklen's Arnica Salve Or-lean- s. him have become his friends, won i(v Jh a )aM ()f ro.,rj1U;t peetliing (lame, taken out a patent for a sewing-machin- e dealing, bos-- u;h.d M Krmi,miy P),tjj. jnl tlio tock needle that does not need threading. he best suite in the world fur cuts, brui.es, by fair, manly, honorable gngpmigM nihility, generosity and charity. Audi ,j0(ir of t)l0 camn a,i thinning it. There is 11 beveled slot in One side of tlio ore, u1cit, a't rheum, lever sores, letter, chap-. COI"s up. "ar-- ' "u '" Entire Trains Run Through Without Change. rL.t,i, the OVe through which the needlo slips. It but far and wide sincere ,.vtinlual,v t)u jlim,.s w not these alone, tions and positiM'ly cures piles, or no pay requir nn,j tl torribh) explosion will ensue. seems very simple, and all wlio liaveseen cd ,, M glumccJ , Klve pcrfect ,atIkfaction, friends will sympathize with his devotid THROUGH CAR SERVICE. l'rico 35 cents per box it wondered wllV nohod' thought Of it or money relunded wife, wlio never for a moinont tired ' Tiie Voice. Sout'i Hound Tram N'o.i, Pullman Itaudoir Duff' by a R. I'ennv, htauioid, Ky . Journal. with tenderest caro and attending him before. Woman's el Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to Orleaus I Tljo Central Maptist wisely calls tiie at- Chattaiinoi;.! to Shreveport, loving solicitude. Eupepsy. . ... . ... .1... . .. t was Clarksville, Texas and not ,!... .1... It Train N', 5, l'lillman lloitdolr IliifTct Sleeptnfr i;iiriu.i id inu i.vi.1 nun nm leillion ill Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans nnd Cincinnati This is whit you Olivia to have, in fact, you Tennessee that got tho negro postmasA minister, praying over a child appa to Jacksonville and Kmixville. Sleepers St. I.outs Miss Caldwell, whoso gift of :!00,000 ter. mu.t lue it to fully enjoy life. Thousands are ' toNew Orleans via M. ,v O. MMrching for it daily, cud mourning because they rently dying, said: "If it he Thy will, made the Catholic University in WashThe Lady Next Door. find it not. Thousands upon thousands of dol spaie." The poor mother's soul, yearn- ington City a certainty, is a niece of tlio Condensed Schedule 111 Effect Maich3r, 18S9 Mrs. W. enIed thelady nextdoor because she l.irs are spent annually by our people in tho hope i. ing for her beloved, exclaimed. "It must gieat Presbyterian preacher, Dr. Robert always seemed so well and happy. "She enjos that they may attain this boon. And yet it may tit be had JiJ2A.X) X7P. Shu was sunt by her pa- iir-- on.l I don't." said the discontented woman. tiT., if' by all We guaraune that hlcctnc use . liKADDOWN'. be His will; I cannot bear ifs!" The Nreckinridge. um'J according to directions and the tTTai NS NO RTTl7 DiKesiion and 1KAI.N . MJUl'H stopped. Contrary to expecta- rents to a Catholic school, and 'this Cath- "How I wouldlike to change plnces with her! ' persisted in, will hiuu ou Good instjll instead 'i minister Dcinnn I)ypcpia ni'd No. 11. No. 1. No. 4. No. 6. N'j No. 5. Nut the moth- olic University, which will bo a teirible At last she made the acquaintance of the object of oust the We commend Electric Hitters forllvs-- l rto. 3, 0 7. STATIONS. liupepsy tion tlio child iccovered. 11 lit.. Daily. Litu. Daily Fast Dally. the all duc.iscs Stomich and, u;'x. Sun. Daily. Ex. Urn, Daily. martyrdom by power for evil, is the result. When wil' her envy, and this is what for I lady told her: nepsia andSold at joe nnd of i I.nt-r- , bottle by A. K Daily. Ex. Sun, Daily. l.im. t.im. er, after almost sull'e'.t.g per enjoy perfect Kidncvs. "llappyr Of course am, . rv 6 a ml 6 a m i.inciniiaii mil. lived to see him bung- parents have tho religion and common health. My dear Mrs. W., jour face tells me why Penny drugstore. 403 pm Scop ni' 7 J5 ,a ...I ve Willianntown....!. ve 5 40 a ml 4a pinlios a m 330pm 9 u him while a boy, 1 53 p m ...( 8 y 13 o warn' J 47 pm q 10pm GcotnetoMii.. 4 10 a in,. 7 14 a m 11 38 p m sense and tho love for their children yen are not happy. You aic suffering from fupc- ed before ho was two and twenty. 1059 am 7ojpmiosopm A Woman's Discovery. Lexingtoi... JUm! 415pm' 700am ia 10 p m 11 jopm1 7 ipni,lo33 1"nioa5" necessary to lead them to patrozio tiontil derangements. I was a martyr s to female !l.f....l.o.i. S. R. H .Arr. ' Another wonderful discovery lias been made Martha Wrean actress, cowhided Dr. I'lerce laorlte ..,. eakncne lor years, bin .I.u-- . Ilurgin, .. Arr schools of their own religious belief 7 Prescription cured me, as it will you if ou will and that too by a lady in this county, liitease tho editor of a Van Wert, Ohio, paper Ilurgin Arr, ilium 330pm S 50 a m 10 50 p in m'u 17am 'l.vt pm 8 45 pin 7 in evHecorder. fastened its clutches upon her and for secil years Western a ts a m i Daimlle try it. It Is guaranteed tu give satisfaction j 30 a rn 10 31 p in for calling her a "barn stormer.' la jo pm a 59 pm 11 " a 33 V ' she withstood its severest tests, but her sitalor 1 is in 010 nin iiwan.,11 15 am junction v.ny ssoaiii , loanpni ery case or price, Ji returned. 1 J5 p in -- ..., lojami Tlio wife of Cajit. Patrick Gallagher, , ,., J, m! ....... joam to.jpm' Somerset 630111 guns were undermined und death seemed ImmBoffg's Ohorry dough Syrup ' 4 a rr 9 35 P"' 11 ijami Oakdale s a in 4 n a in ?..',,,, & N. Hoail, comdose. Cure heidaclie inent. For three months she coughed Dr. Pierce's Pellets, onua n conductor jim the h. 06 a m kidendid satisfaction to Satam1 6 40 P ml Ar'v Chattanooga ....l.'vcV oiopmi 755a mi IrIui? are positively marvelous, the tioje and coiistipatlun and indigestion. ooonni 7 tea in ,.... tnnr, m i.'ve...uhattanosa...-A- r J Kj 1 u nnd could not sleep. She bought ol us a bottle of Louisville by throwing tho sales whiih can he 0 10 a mitted suicide in "I ..I 4 17 am Attalla. .., o pm' 9 49 p m Ar'v Dr. King's New Dicovcry for consurrniion nnd j 00 pm' 300 pm herself in front of an engine. Slio lived accounted form nouther way except that it is DUUNKENNES3-TII- B pm 4j pm'l.'ve... Ihrmiugham., 4 LIQUOR HAB was so much relict cd 011 taking the first dose that i best on the market. AsL. for 101am 008 long enough to say sho couldn't resist an without douht the the gcuuino. We keep it. A. lT-- In nil tho World thoro la but ono she klcpt all night, and with one bottle she has Meruhan 43 ZZ: 11 w5 Apm, 114 00 am Arv. New Orleans ...I. vei 4 15 am 10 cop and he ure you Ret """ Spoclno. Ar'v to kilMierstlf. 335 pm, am m 6 uncontrollable desiro miro. Dr. Halnou" Goldon -- ... (ulflllillt been .miraculously cured. Her name is Mrs. I.u- " K. Penny, Drusgi't Meridian At v( .... ,C ...,l 9 40 pm . j 10 a m Iv Thus write W C. Hnmrick ,V Cd ,of " It can ue iins-- m .1 ."' " iir iiiraa ........... . 6 lop m., L. "',.. Jackson .....Ar Vj 9 10 a m Iv What'AFortuno V J 4 00 pin the knowledge of the person taking It, effecting a Shelby. N, Ct Get a fr ve trial bottle ut A. It """I a m lve....Vicksburg. J j ajj pm Ive Monroe """ ,.. 1005 am , 3 A Good Oough Syrup. oo(l healthy, pcarljr Uin. Tew nre aware si.eedvand permanent cure, whether the patient1 Penny', drugstore. " It a " " " 3 Mil m Ar'v ..Shreveport $00 a ml 1... to ' 1 here n nothing parents should be so careful is a moderate ilnnKer or un niconout wm. ' ' of the thott time It tnUtt for a Unordered her The "Mothor'a Frtond." Col I -- WE ARE STILL HEADQUARTERS FOR I 1 j . I LOW PRICES I o -- '00 j Saturday'sTrade Complete -- m-a- few-day- Lines Overcoats, Clothing, Underwear, SHOES,&c, X II... ,i fr Great Bargain Store, S. L. POWERS & CO- I ( I Hiiij-iiuni- j , n-- 1 1 .... "deaths' Id ,n, !,..' ! FALL AND WINTER GOODS. ,,,, "',,,,., i SiSE & m ENEFEE, Mouldings, Brackets uMW i .... ' BOUGH AHJD DPuSSSED LUMBER, ClSilSX-X- D00H3 Laths, Shingles, Etc., A2TD BJCXSTDS 'tO SIAT FENCE, j I cav-nbo- ut j , TSWEGm&mm 1 1 Cincinnati nud New I ' '" tw , 1 i I 1 j J inn 11 . i' '. 111 s ' ' 1 1 li'otehe on Hie face, and a il.uk greasy iVIn. and One bottle of IIEGfiS' Ht.OOl) I'UIltFIER it llt.OOn MAKKRwillreitorethU organ to and healthy tate, and clcane the hlood natural r .11 immiriiies. . It U mrctliiu' with wonderful Ten-nmcceu. We jtuarartee eviry bUtle. A. n. cuie I)niKit about as se'ecting a cough syrup. Ileggs' Cherry Cough Syrup costs no more than tho cheap and Inferior i oitiums tlnotvn on the market. Thu best s none too goo I, be sure and ;et I1KGGS' CH EKH V COUGH SVRUI. We keep It on hand at all lm A. R Penny, Druggist. Thousands of drunkards have been cured who have taken the Golden Specific In tlicir coffee Ki)lliVs lllsV . .t. nnd !..!. " ,0." ..V .. 7h..7r Tw !. f.eetn.it ic No harn.fu- will ellect results from Its administration. Cures guarSend for circular and full particulars. Ad. 105 confidciice GoLnEN arSUMC Lo It ace fall eel, Cincinnati, O. '" I . ' Tram No. a, Pullman Iloudmr lluilet bleeping Lars, Sew Orison, to Cincinnati Not only shortens labor nnd lessens pnin attend. S Cars New Orleans to Cincinnati, PnllmaiXudoIr Iluffet Sleej-inIt, but greatly diminishes the danger to the ing Tfv-'- t ChatUnooja to Cinciuati Vn Pullman lleudoir and uffet Sleeping Car Sleeper from Knoxville to and Sleepers Jack-tra- in a few lives of both .he mother nnd the child if Cincinnati, V. A.:G. tonvtlle to Cincinnati, via ..v A. and - T y WOOI.l.KY.Trir Pass. Agt., Leiington, Ky. months before confinement. Write tn the D. O. EDWAHDS, Gent Pus. nnd Tkt. Agt. fie,a Kegl,iator Co., At'arta, Ga., for further r; AUI.T, General Manager, Jmiiy Cincinnati Ohio. sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. ticulars. North-neon- I... . .id f llrad-antee- '. per-lr.- r F,NK ?,"'i"'H ""5 "iPIBll?S?lS!!9?,LJJS "" Wlf!'w Jww'8W fM'a"T,1 rnJTT-M- ' 7 gFlHWWtflUWjM ' "" Ji.,?qggy g?J.yir sti - v. t - laiMjiiii iii iiiiiiilii nrnaifiMfcrli) "tW Vf V'rfcff'V1'.MJ..... . - .H.. KafammamrmmmaiKBmmmmmBmmmmpimmmmmim -M mm".- -- mm-,. ivrfr .rwre-- T. - . IP" MMH)lliaiW(MiitlMMM ti I Tho Ifepublican says that city assesTint Women's Christian Temperance Union In Baltimore and Philadelphia de- sor Porch lias taken the census of Sotn-ortetaiid finds that it has n population I nounce h unmeasured terms dent Morton, who has opened a hotel In of:S,48o. The deranged daughter of Josep gTANFORD, Ky., November 5. 1889 Washington, with a magnificent Baloon attached. Tho prohibitionists at Boston McGann, of Shelbyville, put poison in also held an indignation meeting, which thecoiree. Six of tho family including W. F WALTON. likewiso denounced Morton, and at herself were made deathly sick, but she which Gov. St. John said: ''Look at the was the only that died. Tho spectacle presented to the youth of this Santa Fo imwen-- i ' DEMOCRATIC TICKET. . . .i ta. .!.. I nation A man holding the second xvi nam jiuiipcu me track ami tumbled VAKNON; great government, one who down an embankment, near Biownwood W. in this For County Judge, THOMAS hard-earne- d cash, is liable to stej) into tho presidency, tho Sunday. Four persons were killed and County Attorney, JOSEPH H. I'AXTONj County Clerk, GEORGE n. COOPER; 1,1 proprietor of a whisky saloon! Shame over a dozen received injuries more or Good's, Boots, Shoes, Caps, ' Sheriff, J. N. MENEKEE; on such a man and shame on the party less serious. OWENS; be money n.'ny ' Jailer. SAMUEL M. pochel to give before of which he stands forth as thu represenJacob Glencklih, an Austrian Jew ' Assessor, E. D. KENNEDY; to Money we do we money McCLAHV ; tative!" Meanwhile Mot ton is going recently committed suicide at Iloboken. ' Sup'tof Common Schools, W. F. money and caring more N. Y., became, as hu told his relative, HAKK1 Surveyor, aloiiir coinimr ' Coroner. ARCH CAUSON for it than the good or bad opinion of Mrs. Jennie Guttonberg, he was too anybody. proud to beg or work. Ho committed Elections occur in 11 States tho acton her advice, and she provided upof the EducaTin: November number the poison. three of which will choose legislators of elect- tional Evangelist, edited and published A man discovered Ins wife in a com on whom will devolve the duty Maryland and by Prof. V. E. Shaw, of Mt. Vernon, is promising position with her own father ing U. S. Senators-Oh- io, re- out, and a splendid number it is. Its 48 at Youngstown, 0., and citching the Iowa There is no doubt about the republicans columns are tilled with interesting mat- old rascal by tho neck, he throw him sult in Maryland, though the Goods is crowded from, a little split in ter, not only to teachers, but to the gen- down the stairs, crushing his skull. He have been magnifying democratic factions there. eral reader as well. Prof. Shaw is an ed- then let loose and whipped tho woman offered some of the Iowa will ucator of excellent ability himself and is within an inch of her life. She will return a democrat. while the deeply in earnest in his effort to improve The Brumnelds aro in possession of us before send a republican, He desenes Lincoln county, West Virginia. Seeing Look week: Dress Goods some of Ohio have some hopes of and benefit the profession. colors 5c, democrats in meres double-widt- h a legislature that will continue encouragement in his expensive under- themselves outnumbered, the McCoy-Halelecting Hencolors J uc, Campbell has taking. Send SI and get his paper for a factions have fled, or are in hid15c, n democrat in the Senate. 25c; SO-inc- h si S5c; 25c, guer. year, or write to him for sample copy, ing. A price has been set on their heads, made a courageous fight tor me SS wool wide, 65c; much which will show you how cheaply it can Tho homes of several of the leaders have orship, but 'J0.000 majority is too 00c, Cloth 5M-90c: be be obtained. Jfcn- overcome and Foraker will likely been burned ami their families turned to Goods be successor, though well- low m.u Ida own Kansas is a lovely State to go away out without shelter. oth- weeh. posted democrats in tho State claim FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. - - from. Its citizens are many of them not to orwise. in virginm possible on more than half civilizod, while some routof Black Berkshire boar for sale. G. cidedly in favor of a complete parts of it seem to be in almost total and tho election of a democratic darkness. At Axtell, for instance, a T. McRoberts.Jr. not have Levi Hobble's largo sale of stock oclegislature, but as the latter will Methodist preacher lectured against CaSenator, that is of secondary 5th. to elect a when a fellow got up and call- curs usual tholicism, consideration. New York will as Wantkii 4 hogs, to weigh about ed him n liar. The preacher tried to pay while the elect a republican legislature, no attention to the fellow and .continued 1125 pounds. T. Richards. claimed, will elect the John G. Lynn sold to A. T. Ntiuncl-ledemocrats, ills majority. In when he and several others rushed to a pair of oxen for $100. Main St., M. SAI..INGHK, Secretary of State by a large clergyman out ork city, the the pulpit and threw the s J. 11. Baughman sold to W. P. tho local elections in New of the window. But what more could be republicans a buggy mare for $200. county democracy and the gives 80,000 reand will like y expected of a State that John Sims sold to a Pulaski county have formedan alliance Coal But well publican majority? party 12 yearling heifers at $Kt. defeat the Tammany ticket. I Veep on hand No. quality of Ji'ili. I.ily next. i See ad. of Kile of stock, itc, by Chas. and Nut Coal in my jrd I.rave yur ordiM at The news, which has been confirmed, tell tho whole tale in our Yard or S S Myr" t'rc ami they ill ' eatieud-ecomes that Judge Lewis attacked the L. Crow and J. T. Hocker, Nov. 20. will sucJ H HU.OIVto promptly. IT seems likely the democrats Starl-rd- , Ky Howards from ambush, near Harlan i John G. Lynn sold to John Woods 63 J a vt stealing Montana. If they do, it ceed in of Mr. J killing six outright and 50 shouts, 100 lbs. average at .'5J cents. millionaires more democratic con means two ! wounding eleven. The outlaws retreatold No stock was sold here at auction This is further in the U. S. Senate. championship of ed into Virginia. Both 6ides are leing yesterday, the auctioneers still being on be to of democratic Lot, proof of the A ISriek e. reinforced and more blood will be shed. a strike. Commerc.al-Gaze- t new rights. popular at Ormonde, the great Jnglisli race OnSomcrteltrect, very prcienl occupied by anMr by the debe Mm drtirahle place and jOS (, II Cooper A m This paracraph was inspired NEWS CONDENSED horse, has been sold tO the Argentine obm, at a btrKa.n Addir.. or gallon V that certain cision of a U. 8. judge Republic for the sum of$7o,ooo. orI, were thrown out because Cincinnati has The Hunt Hotel at which " The Somerset Reporter says G. I; be counted. made an assignment. of minor technicalities, must Yates sold at auction 15 brood mares he School Boohs, Wall of the peoJames B. Siler has been appointed brought from Montana, at $45 to $fK), on In other words that the willshall no be i Vn. v? .... ni....n v am 7 j the polls postmaster at Dishman, Whitley county, six months' time. ple expired at ,.'i-.m1.1with to .ell my. Karm of ijo Acre.. ..mated on T Jl ft tu t,. rtnnrl .T.....r LVl'? rfnnd.S. form, which .. mue. irom the llvatt.villcand Kirlillc pike uvkw m and John M. Wilson at Salvisa. thwarted by mere mattersof Aaii'iiiiii fifin itnrnit "Melrose," the home of LanCattrr It I. well watered, ha. upon It a comSuch comment Dr. Stanley Field, brother of the do not effect the result. best workman-lik- e fortable dwelling house, .table, orchard in f.cl, i:.... i.a,l i.nipn. from a Louisville judge, committed suicide at ron V. Brown, near Nashville, Tenn., all the ncce.iar) convinicncet. I tiAtc atw four comes witn exceemK "" Very satisfy a other tract. I would ell was sold Saturday for $33,204 to ami 58 republican source, when Harrison t?.... Kansas City by taking prussic acid. J HANbllhllRY WKST, Hyatt.villc mortgage of $10,000. I it... omic wie Nine murderers were sentenced by his gang conspired to wn'Cncil Thoroughbred Poland China male PUBLIC mm tli.. ili'inocracv. after its citizens the U. S. court of the Western District pigs for sale at the farm of the underdein of Arkansas to hang January 10, next. had plainly expressed their will of Danville, signed, three miles south claring who shall serve them. Fifty women and girls were caught Ky. J. M. Van Meter. will rent publicly to the hiclictt bidder, before 2t door in tlanrille, on the by the falling walls of a carpet factory at govern-menChase Bros., the nurserymen of The representatives of the Glasgow, Scotland, and 40 were killed. Rochester, N. Y., have purchased a tract Saturday, Novombor Oth, of Central and South America Nick Scbaeifer, a hotel proprietor at of land near Huntsville, Ala., and will The Allen Gilmotr place of 60 Acre., midway Louit- were welcomed in royal style at Stanford and Uauvllle, on pike jo acre, Topekn, Kas., has been convicted of the start a southern branch of their nursery A House in which you can find in Kood grat.; 30 tur cultivation. ville Saturday. Hon. Harvey sale of hard cider under the prohibitory there. 'I ermt made known on day of .ale. I'o.tettion Gov. in Spanish given January itt, 1890. delivered the address - law. The 50 cattle ForestusRcid delivered A G T. SMITH, Admr. t 74 AfnPmnrv who had the honor ol IntroreThe governor has offered $250 Lee Inst week at l J aver-to Moreland of the ducing the bill for a conference ward for the capture of II. W. Hall, the aged 1.GS7 lbs. Of them 25 averaged 1,700 the Nations of North, South and Central murderer who escaped from the Harlan pounds, making the entire lot one of the MT. VERNON, KY. America, lookiiiR to a closer union, also jail. best ever fattened in this county. the body, which was shown addressed Hotelpt .till maintain W. II. Harvey, who last March J. M. Hail received of J. G. and J. Thli old and every attention possible. After a jaunt murdered his wife and two darghters, K. Lynn, 30 cattle, averaging 1,530 lbs , ins It. fine reputation. Charges reator.able. Special attention to the traveling public Any of the above goods exchanged for Country Produce. through the city, the delegates left for has been sentenced to be hanged at for which he paid A cents a year ago. .M.I' NEWCOMH, Trop., exploration of Mammoth Cave. an Ml. Vernon, Ky, Sj.ti He took them to Cincinnati and lost Guelph, Ont. We do a strictly 0a3h Business and our prices arc tho LOWEST Tile Chesapeake & Ohio and its about of a cent on the pound. The president signed the proclamation Come and see what we can save you. The Anderson News says Joe A. Coadmitting North and South Dakota into branches have cost its present owners R. B. 2(12 cattle at the MeBrayer the Uniou Saturday afternoon, and they $S9,912,120.'.)5, or at least that is what hen delivered SUCCKSSOR TO distillery Friday, averaging 1,150 lbs., States. In his dis- they tlgure it at. are now Next door to Portman House. C. Bell, late assistant dis- bought In Nelson and Washington counrespective governThomas patch notifying the Stanford, Ky. lVI'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, Secretaiy Blaine says: This trict attorney, announces himself as a ties and lower Anderson at 2 to 3 cents. ors of the act CU 4TH AVKNUH, W. C. Corbett. of San Mateo Stock is tho first instance in the history of the candidate to succeed Judge Barbour, of States, the Superior Court. has an olfer from J. E. ' Farm, California, National government of twin LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. " Ailolph Heis, of Louisville, fell from Green, of Louisville, of $20,000 for the JJorth and South Dakota, entering the & Most Stylish the tower of the Evansville, Intl., court- services of Guy Wilkes for tho searon of, The Nobbiest Union at theNuno moment. house and was dashed to pieces on the 1S!0 and a like offer for tho year followSlock of is opposed to nn ground 80 feet below. l Tin: ing. Lehman Rros. bought 1,000 cattle earlv convention to nominate a candiPercy Dawson, son of Gen. Dawson, date' for Ork of the Couit of Appeal from various parties in Madison last late Commissioner of Education, is under iindBiiggehtstliat after tlie ndjourmnent arrest in Washington for htealing $100 week weighing 1,500 to 1,400 pounds at DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Numerous other cat - KverbrUKlt0 4 rents for export. of the legislature will bo time enough. worth of stamps from Ids department. of Loui.viiic. now open FANCY ARTICLES, &0. to 4. Ten including the Wo can't see onrselveH what advantage John Blanton, a tough "youngster tie sales, were tnaile. at iicuruq to the party by nibhinj; tliu from Harlan, iB under arrest for robbing can I'hyticiansprescriptiniit accurately compounded. HX J0HN " STETS0N & ws-mSS!SU-umatter, but it n.ijjht help the candidates, a mail carrier in Clay county nnd rilling by letting the ninmvesHinl dozen jro to tho sack, with the proof dead against hi. ycrita nilk by Concc,,- ,-, work Hooner. Conalme and Solace, lliey are very rt.lcl)rated Umbrella always on hand. Kin other . him. THE LARCEST While taking eight Apache Indians promising and look as if they will do STOCK OF WATCHES, Get your turkeys iiibhape. The presSEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, relat.vo-Silci- .ee. l'8tli, for to the penitentiary, at Yuma, Arizona, even hetter than their JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. ident has named Thursday, CinCKS, L. M. Lasley'8 Longfellow Colt was also Olovev and other fun, a specialty Order, out- thanksgiving for blessings, past and Sheriff Reynolds, W. A. Holmes and Eu- Kreatly .Ideof city solicited, perfect aatitfactior Kman' Kver brought to this market. Prices lower than admired. prospective, anil what would mako a gene Middleton were killed and robbed the lowest. Watches, CI'Mrki and Jewelry He. A. C. Stagg shucked out 17 shocks of teed Don't lail toorder a NOIitlY HAT Wyi paired on shortjnoticc and warranted. feel more like doliiR so than sitting by tho prisoners, who escaped. man corn that made 10J hushels, or L'O harrels Colorado and Wyoming experienced to tho acre. Now corn is worth f 1.50 to a good fat turkey stufled with oysters so heavy n snowstorm and blizzard Fri- shucked at the shock. and flanked with celery and parsley? Live turkeys day that railroad travel and telegraphic, have heen put on in our market and Sam J. HoiiKKTS will hereafter conduct communication weio cut oil". "Snow was M 1 II M I V II are selling at 5 cents per pound on foot. iHfluw2E7irwiKiaPKHIir'aHn ll!yfrV31TfaMiMMtJaWyaWaami MIwWTTH both the departments" of the Lexington three feet deep at many points. U Democrat. Harrodhburg Leader, Business Manager Ilullinan Tho Knox county Court of Claims Senator Hoherts bought a quantity is u Rood Mr. Kobe-ithaving retired. voted an appropriation of $15,000 to of corn, last week, to ho hauled and fed till around newspaper man with energy build an iron bridge across tho Cumberto his hogs at $l.-'- o per barrel. Sales of nSnBfcijSaTBSniiQEfctit'liLM and ambition and will continue to make land river at Barbourville. There is hogs at 4 ami n lot J0 head of dfc CO., n success of tho paper. great lejoicing among the citizens. cattlo at $2.00 aro reportof Uro. Twombly nnd Con- ed. Twenty registered cows nnd heifers, ' Engineer Seth HUSTONVILLE, KY. We wore a little prematuro. Phillips, had already sold tho Lebanon ductor Charles Bufonl were indicted for Shorthorns, sold at Death erago's salo at Are still in the liuslnekS ami ready to do any' Nes-biChicago for the murder of tho seven vic- $J.'l.f)0. Hichmond Climax. thing in the Undmnkliitf. line. We have a full Standard to T. B. Fleenor and It. L. stnclc of Cases and Casket of all kinds anil Robes latter a nephew of Gov. Knott, tims of the Bock Island railroad disaster the George Tarkingtonsold to parties in of every deicription Our hearse, hich is nearly short nonce Mr, keep it on tho hiyh at Englowood, which was caused by Missouri his imported jack and ono new can he obtained on business nnd will J. II. who will no doubt show (Jrccn has chirge ofour always been conducted. their drunkenness. goods to any one nicdinu anything in our piano it has L. Caldwell our yearling for $1,200 and 6a. tf line Kev. Wm. Dougherty, charged with sold to eatno a yearling and Col. John 0. Hoixikh, of tho LexinR-to- criminal assault on Miss Mary Heed, has jack for $1,000. I). N. Prewitt bought of Observer, and II. T. Groom aro brought suit against two of her relatives Kd Price, of Garrard, "," fat hogs to bo to issuo a monthly trades journal for sending him threatening letters, orThis notice forewarns hunters, fishermen mid weighed Saturday in Lancaster nt :U will start out with a Ruarauteed dering him to leave. All patties live in to trespass on our l.imU without per. which sold to Mr. Weil, others not all such willho provcui-- d to the t cents. Juke Huguely mission, ns circulation of 5,000. Tho enterprise bids Nelson county. extent of the law. Signed: of Lexington, o2 head of fat cattlo at n most successful one. OKO. I. HOI'I'KR. fair to become Postnnster General Wamdiiuker ha $4.10. E. V. Leo has returned from the T.J. HIM., 1IAUGUMAN, j.M. McKOHKUTSJK. M.S. 11RUCK ItOliT. McAUSTUK, J.K h issued an order fixing the rates for Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture Cumberland River country whero ho S. II. SHANKS. Post at Anderson S.H. HAUOHMAN, A Grand Army servico for tho Government. The has been receiving installments of tho MRS, HKNRVllAUGIIMAN. A.M. 1'Kl.ANI) and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such gooda Intl., has adopted resolutions rebukiiiR scale is a eliding one, 10 cents for 10 JOHN W. IIOI.MKS, E.T.I'KNCK, 1,100 head of cattlo which ho recently A J HAVMlfc, f. C. PAKHISH. can be bought in tho cities. Give me a trial and you will be conadministration for tho disRraco of words being tho minimum, running tho M. I.. KICIIAKI1S. up purchased thereat il.', "0 to $2.40. Dan- iV. V. HOLM.KS jwnu AiiAAin vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. PHII.lll'.KI KlUIIAKIia. Tanner for "denlliiR liberally with tho to 20 cents according to distance. V (JAI.S'IS J 11. MrKINNKY. II ville Advocate. boys." Semi-Weekly Interior Journal 1 Vice-Pre- si I BE SURE YOU STBIKE THE 1ST PLACE. south-boun- d 1 e . r..., for Clothing, Dry Before yon spend a single cent of your will 'J'ranhs. Carpets, .Matting, $c., flats, purchases. us a call in your maling made. If saved is don't want you can't this buy of us. to-da- Dress Goods! Dress Goods! Our Dress department early morn till late at night with eager purchasers for the jnany wonderful bargains there. ey -- Ma-hon- e our prices for this worth in all m an uasn worm J or; iuc; elegant worth riettas in all hades ffenricttas worth Tricots in all shades, inches all worth ladies' inches wide worth all Plaids. Black Silk Warn. will sold at special riettas and other fine Dress figures this Don't forget get as many tichets as that $200 Organ at Jf-5- at to-da- THE LOUISVILLE STORED Stanford. Manager Kurners. d y Giv-en- Attention, Court-Hous- e, J FOR SALE - pre-cinc- ts, FARM FOR SALE 4 i'f;"' riiii ir a.na -- House and ng purchased the interest Stat, will duel the business at the stand, where f shall pleased supply the wants all ICE! patrons from a former and otock ot aiflOjls, ourcrwa.re at -- ex-Go- style. and jewelry 7'epais in the ,. Paper, Jewelru Uru&fs J3 respectfully, RENTING. W. B. MoROBERTS. 1 court-hou- te u J ustl What Dry G-ood- s is Needed ! "" 1 NEWCOMB n HOTEL. and Notions, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Queensware, Glassware, &c. GEOGEGHAN, full-fledg- JOITBS BROS. Ao Ho PJENNYo 1 S Courier-Journa- H A T o9 world-renown- - "ZkTCSS to ,! ))M:0 . s 'TS'ci.ftf' s T?UU MTIPTTD & NEW vumuji uxd oiujajai MAIK MllTFFMANo PITOPo m tVjL'-pou- , 1,350-poun- d J. T. StTTTOlT t, n pio-pariii- R POSTED. full-es- 'u tele-Rrap- x"9m Semi-Weekly InteriorJournulI FiiKtuiSaltatT. II. WaltonV. for tho Li I Owino to a change of routo the Boston Ky., Novkmiikii r, 188i Ideal MlnstrelH, which were to appear Stanford, I'imi Wastkii. liorniiui Cnrp to stock 1 Lucy J. Cook here next Saturday, will give their per- will hate having claim, against M ri. proven, at the prt'tml tlicm to me, properly poml. Addrem V. L. McCnrty, Kiiis-villi- -, formance at Walton's Opera House on c.lr iel date. Ky. J V.COOK, Thursday night next, 7th. a.O,WAUTON,BUS. I.ancaucr, Ky 7&.Jt I iiavi: jiirtt received u new lot of Flor Cliit'L'lT Couut. Judge Morrow did ence Wiudihi"; Machines in copper nml his best to make, tho jury agree in tlie Iron. M. 1 Klkln. MEANS BUSINESS. pdvanlzcd casoof Tom Wren for killing Joe Baker Oi'u friend, I lev. It. . Mnliony, minlo by holding it from Thursday till Satur- 11 not totJ privately leiore, I III offer nt public A. It. CoMKuml Fettle your account nu lion on Penny. n nice little deal in MlddleHSoro lotH Inst day, but it was so badly hung that no Watciiks nml, jewelry repaired nntl week, I'learing $." a foot on hi.i purclmneH show even of a compromise verdict was Dec. 2, 1889, warranted. A. It. Penny. possible, some being for acquittal and C'ouniy cnurl day, on tlu' court Imuic vusire,iny within five dayH. nn Danville houtc Yon account in ti'nily, ph-a- t call nml others for long terms in the penitentiary. street, Stanford nnd lul of C.the acrca SAL'FLKV. Xr.ivlotof jewelry, watchrH and ettlc. Melloliert-- t St Slnirir. I.uramie City, Wyo. 70 nn Tho rape case against Victor Becker was All Hilverware just received. Tiik bent place to buy tlrugn, patent continued until next term on account of medicines and toilet article !h tit A. It. wild will be engraved nt reasonable rates. the illness of tho girl on whom thu ofI'l'imvV. V. It. McltobertH. r a country An all around ptinur 10 fense is alleged to have been committed. m book, ink, tablet, Huv your Mint Le tmipcrate and prevent good nupplieH of nil paper, pcnciln nml Ovkiiiioatk, overcoat", overcoat., itt Brack Graves was tried in the cases for Address llOX 3', Mlddleib ro, Ky. kinds from A. It. Penny. jreat variety nml from the cheapest to assault, mentioned in our last issue, and Powers A was so ably defended by Hon. It. C. the highest priced nt S. L OR PERSONAL POINTS. Warren that he was only fined l for Co.'s. Call and see them. A. T. Nuunelley, 51 on Judge V. (J Mi KlNNKY In flown willi nulla- C.mt. Si'Iiadun has run the line by T. L. Shelton ami $5 on Isaac Hamilton. A l.ARGK AND COMMODIOUS HOUSE rial fever. Prank. atreet, town to McKinnevand ilmls it about n Ad Clark, for breaking into Steele's in l.nncanur, on Danvilletumble 'the oldhoardinir Iin InitltuiLfor a tironeru. Miih. 'A. L. Scoo.samoub is visiting home II tald pioperty it tint o!d privately or half mile shorter than that at the foot of drug store at Hustonville, was given rentcdrortlicyeariBoo.lt will le told at public friends in Madison. tint knobs. It is. however, a little cost 18&9 at the court mi one year. George Farris, a negro boy, outcry duorMonday, Doc. 23.that being county H. Cooi'Kit is vinitinn her Mm. 0. In l.:mt.ater, Ky , home lier to build. grand jury court day. Mll.l.KK & SANDIKKK. refused'to testify before the at lluatoiivillc. Miller, l.ancaH.'r, or J. I', Addreit J. Tiik Boston Ideal Minstrels will hold in some liquor ease nnd he was sent to Midlnboro. was Hon. W. T. Jiinkh, of over Sunday to see to his interests here. the boards here next Thursday night. jail for contempt. Saturday ho was Miss Amanda tiooni.v nod little Tim They have a splendid band and will brought before the judge and again re- COAL LANDS, Pennington are visiting friend at Som-arse- l. jivo a grand street parade after the ar- fusing, he was returned to prison. The rival of the 1" o'clock train. Be sure to grand jury after finding 41 indictments, I v. aut to leaia my Coal Land, in Whitley , co, it. finally adjourned Saturday. An exten- Ky., 500 Acrei. The Knoxville liranch of the I.. Itlchmoml, see Mtis. Jknnik I.ackcv, of N. railroad paes through these lanJt. Four In the county court jesterday J. It. sive ellort was made to have a number has been thu jjikVi of Mrs. John J. in a openings have been made on them and the coal wills-k- v of persons indicted for adultery, Bailey was granted license to sell is first. class. Apply to my agent, Thomas VT. on niescrintionat his drug store in somewhat noted case, but it failed, ex- Varnon, at Stanford fur terms, Ac. Mn. Qko. II. Dai.ns, of the Middluboro . MAIIV E. VAKNON. (.JroveC Kennedy ipial cept in one instance. Most of tho in74Mt News, was here yesterday in the interest Crnb dictments are for minor olleiises and the I tied as administrator of his father, Peter of his paper. number found is less than for years. Ma j. II. A. ICvans has irono to Pine F. Kennedy. The jury in its report on public buildMr. Win. Hill to do some surveying at Ditt-A full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Stoiik. Mr. li W. Jones, of ings, found mi the testimony of experts Vines, hmall Fruits, Atparagus, Shrubs, Welsh's mines. Crab Orchard, has secured the store that the Court house is safo and only (rape nod everything for the orchird and garcen. We Mns. M Aim a 177 IIocKKii and Miss employ no agents but sell direct at low prices to Hilrsim recently vacated by Mr. J. II. suggested that the roof be p linted. Iron the planter l'ertonal lnipccii"n of our immci se IlhiMla Luiwford returned Friday from n catalogue with valua. ton, nt linn laud, and will in a few days bedstiads were suggested for tho jail stock invited to Missouri. visit open up a large stock f drug and the and a thorough examination of tlie sewer ble au jgettions on application U F HII.I.KNMKYFK, Jami-- h M. Junks- and daiivthtcr, Mirs I.exirgton, Ky. neces-uirlethereto appertaining. pipes. The residence also needs paintAlice, of Rockcastle uuuiity are kiibMs of John II. Chaiu Son, with Wananm-ke- r ing and .the Circuit Clerk's otlice needs Mr. It. li. Jones. L.i Brown, Philadelphia, nnd Brown- file box-sMil li li Wiixiaiiii is here prcparimr The largest result from tho common-monwealt- h ing, King .t Co . New York, oiler to tlie for the Boston Ideal Minstrel' performcases, which are now ended, trade 1,000 foreign and American fabrics ance on the "'.!:. for one Mhkmis. It. I.. A-- 11. C. Potts, of Madi- for men's winter suits, overcoits and is two negroes sent to the pen each. year son, hnvo been vtnitini; their parents, tnmsers. Satisfaction guaranteed. W. li Anion was given the full amount Mr. nml Mrs. W. N. Potts. Tun first section of freight train ."J of his claim agiinst tlie K. C. raihoad for who is llrin over th'j Uxik Davison, four caw to jump the track on killing his cattlc-SlS- ."). James M. Wray Cumberland Valley Branch, was down had Crooked Hill, )etweeii Altamont nml against tlie Stanford and Hustoinille to see his mother last week. Hazel Patch Sunday morning. Nobody Turnpike was on trial last evening. This Miss Jknnik Dcncan, of Lancaster, was hurt, but the cats were completely is an nction for Sl.OOO damages on acwho has been vinitiiik! Mrs. It. (J. WarOpora House, torn up. A delay of two hours to the count of injuries received because of the At ren, returned home Saturday. north-bounr was causeil. alleged bad construction of the road. At day MisiKs Annik and I'i.i.a Shanks leau Inst court a peremptory instruction Mints in for .Sterling nml otlur Tub Kentucky Central nas been order- the for the turnpike, but tho Missouri tospend the winter. plncfd in the hands of L. C. was given ed to Ih Court of Appeals ordered tho case back Mas. Xkllik Fitch, of Kansas City, Norman, rccoiver, till it pays o0,000 Wray is represented by Splendid Company of Burnt Cork who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. back taxes, which it has refused to do, for trial. Mr. K. P. Jncob, It. C. Warren and Tho matter Judge D. Swain, returned homo yesterday. because of exemptions. Artists. turnpike by Col Pkok. .S. J. Pum.iam and gum Menefee, will go to tho Court of Appeals under W. G. Welch and tho T. P. Hill, J. W. Alcorn, P. M. Mcltob-erlsnn- d of Georg'town College, were wUh friends an injunction suit. 1). It. Carpenter. It will not and relatives Saturday nml Sunday. papers say that the renrh the jury before this morning. Tiik J. li Bruce, T. J. Foster and picture man, Kemp, had his ease for Judge Morrow tells us that ho will be are in Cincinnati with sevL A. horse stealing dismissed on his promise able to get through with the business s of cattle to dispose of. eral to pay the money ho borrowed on the by Friday noon, when ho will leave for Miss Mattii; Vii.i,iahh,o Ml. Veinon, rig Having rented my larm i n Stanford anil Shelby he got from a Lawrenceburg liver -- home and thence to the Montlcello court, 111 in Chicago for tlie last two City pile, 4 miles eat of the former place, who has hard up and which begins next Monday. It seems that he man. sell all the loUuwliii; properly to the highest bid mouth), passed up to her home yester- put it in soak to raise the wind. on der Tiikiic'r fun ahead. Lookout Ilontoii Ideal Minstrel. New lot of jowilry and watehen V. H. MellobertH. received. just NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE IT WILL PAY YOU To Examine our Stools of MtllttlKr m slim Rums m mi BOOTS SM0ES Boforo Buying". .Holiday, PRINTER WANTED. newt-pape- a SCHOOL SATCHEL9' With. Each Pair Shoes. .A Good ILinon. FOR SALE - RENT. SEVERANCE & SON. ts '. ban-dife- TO LEASE - I I WMOlt Dealer Jti- - On-hard- BLUE-GRASSJ1URSER- IES - s -- BOSTON IDEA- Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos, &c, MINBTHELS Walton's d to-da- y Thursday Night, 7. MAIU Ss SOMEPwSET STEEET3, Be Sure and Sec Tlicm. STANFORD, KY. Me-wii- iPl(JBIL;(.U Aifj3S. 1 car-load- pt day. - - W- Tiik mail scrvieo on thu Knoxville is all in I'n.uit: 'I he handsome -- Chriht's Church, old saddle stallion , Branch is nearly nil in the hands of re"Nu." 'Ibis follow is a dark brov. n with black kick- stew because Prof, tie Koodo was perday. publicans, yet the London Kclio is leif'i no white at all, is hands j inches high, has sw-.nice walk, rack and canlcr and a k,k"I sailed n Miw. W. F. 1"mi:v returned to ing like a itiulu on it inetneieney. 'Tis mitted to he orpanist nt a recent fellow narixss; to be in One t'strainfancy harness mare. I Rood combined yestenlay with Mrs. Imis II. bad, in fact wo may say most devilish wcdillni!. The professor Seven-Bush- el Five- Sal r.rldini; woman's htr.e; i fancy je.irlinj; sadbad odor with tlie membership. Itnmsey, who had been hero on a short bid, notwithstanding tho Kclio promisdle Mnreout of the dam of Nux, by Second JewSunday-schoo- l has el; weanling out of same dam by Ederado The Methodist visit. ed us better things when a democratic t Wilkes; also a lot of llrnod Mares safe in fo.il to elected Mrs. W. t5. Itaney and S. S. My-f- .r lark and one to a standard and ricixered horse: Miu M. F. Hi'i.kt, one of the best ami clerk occasionally made a mistake. ili'leL'iitffl and Mrs. J. A. Allen and (lHii:ilrol work Mules, s Hull, I new llnfers. HiiKKy, cleverest engineers on the L. v. N., has .Milk Lows and Calves, i Caskv County get her paupers cared V. N. Potts alternates to tho S. S. Conmontln., nood set of Harncis, onlv med abeiit to take an engine on the Main j Koad Cart, W.Kor8, I'lows, Harness, Hinder, for at unusually low rates. J no 1'rcMi vention to be held at Perry villi, thu llth Drill, and a I the Funninc l.'tenils, alo 100 Line. J. P. BURTON, Clerk. Oats, n stacks of says J. M. Chilton was awarded tho sup- and l.'ith. bum Is or Corn, hit of Miss FoViK Pknninuton hns been 11... nfM.r Ji r. whites at 18 and Jas. White The will of Ferdinand Phiiusey, Terms' iheral Hid made known on day of sale Misses Owrtlcy, at Danville, ami port of the at 10 o'clot The sale nlll bemn makes sevthe negroes at ?'0. Tlie court llxed the who recently died intieor-jia- , L. CROW, CHAS on Friday nluht last a delightful party Stanford, Ky. poll tax at 51.7.) and the levy at ITJ cents eral larne bequests to Atlanta churches was civen in her honor. At the same place and terms I will sell all my oil the $100. Lightning rods were order- - on the stipulation that no oran should Tom Nkwman, the clever clerk of Crnb I personal property, consi'tinK of a llrood Mures, nnd placed on the court-hous- e evei be used in any receiving money safe in foal to Jack, i combined fieldinc;, I work ; Orchard Sprincs Inw accepted a penna ed to be Mule, Shoals, to fat old around the square. from him. The old racal tleserves to Ilotse, 8 nulV Cows mare Calc, u new llu(.'KV I I nent position with tho Plateau Hotel, nn iron fence fnd llof, nnd Harness, l'lows and l'low nitinie of heaven for all Vt!0n debarred the Hot Springs, which is open the year KiftiAitii Nr.wi,ANi, deputy bherill', be Hear, ;j bushels Wheat, nnd if not sold private'y will self ahrnt 350 barrels olC rn ,.,. round. German woman, Augus- eternity. took the insane J ' litis. rr.r. tf Thu iiiceiiiij- - nt the U'iptist church Mn. T. li. Xinnki.i.kv is l!:ick from ta Guumc, to tho Asylum Saturday and Montana, when' he has been profitably delivered her safely to Superintendent is pronii'hsini most favorably. Theie t confe-ssioiito date and encau'ed in the stock business, lie likes Clnik. There are sherill's in tlie e'tute have been eid-.reat interest litis been moused, lite Hi it well that he will return in the who would have permitted two or three church cannot hold the crowds that ' spring. (itimlrt to iiLVuiiiiiiny lit-r- , wlillo to hear tho eloquent youni: son, thus Miss Itiuccoi: Wki.i-s- , of Louisville, Nhw hind sent li'm Rubber-Line- d N N..VM. V. Co. E.D. preacher. Itt-v-. J. W. Lynch, and numwho vviih for inrfnth nrt lit the j 8,VVin tlu .Statu u goodly niiioiint. The bers aie nightly turned away. wlu-rOolh'ti', luts moved to OwciiHhoro, Only one Night out to New York. bo.v loe A FKl.l.ow Willi more tine-- mini in. nun meeting will continue till further noher father hue 1ih jiaslnrate of tho First Boot's h, Solid Vfstil uled Trains to tlinu IdeitH of iroi:uty, tice. more .Methodist church. oil-grai- n toe s, Kkv. J. M. Iinucs, of Glim'ow, who Ciittio into this olllec thoothoi day and in MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. a pmnpoiiK iiiaiiner asked for paper to acciBaltimoro, Now York, had his arm broken in thu railroad was iv Sain W. Lackey, of Madison, and Close cotmocticps for lloston anil all points Kast dent nt Nolln last week, bis accepted wiito a personal of himself. It what he would Mis Allie Cochran, of Oarrard, eloped to nnd Southeast. en him merely to m.-from tho L. & N. $2,500 in full settlement KKKKCTIVHOCr. 1, 18). forpuhlieation. Abenleen last week. for damages sustained. lCli.ibethtown write ami not necessarily Mi-Sallio Cain-deoxhihitioii of KastSfiuT Lim.Ves. Acloiu. William Hico and Tho wiititiK was another Nows. Daily Express, Daily EASTWARD. whieh we could hardly lefrain from will lie married tomorrow at the Ex. Sun. Dally. I'.x Sun Mn. ash Miw. IIoiikiit U.MtniNii, Mr. pill, n ss ri It ri ri uivi u&iv. went into thu bride'H falhcr'n, Mr. G. N Camden, Wit 10 ilLOiiw rTiiiM n ri i nn u 3in'n, 7 am 11 3 and Mrs. A. I'. Hundley and Mr. .hunch r..iniltiiie. Ofeouinu it I.e Stanford . ti 45 nm 0 10 pm Lexington" near Wayne.sburj!. Slaughter, wife ami daughter, Miss Flor- waste basket. in 4$ pin 7 00 pm Winchester "The house that Jack built" was " K. U. Junction... here at 0 o'clock, thu all of lloyle, attended chun-lence, Kim:. Sunday niRht I 27 pm 7 3 P'" 7 40 pm " Ml. Sterlins for S 1,000 by 9 03 pin Preston... Sunday and heard their pastor, Hi'v. I. brick residence of (.ieorj-- l Urij-ht- , near Bold to Ilev. Morris Kvans resi Morchead 3 H I'm 8'ij'pni It Ih a beautiful 9 38 pm W. Lynch. Hubble, caiu-h- t tiro on thu roof ami in Mr..hu-- Freeman. Olive Hill 10 40 pm 4 05 pm 0 os I1"' 10 37 pm " Ashland Hkv. It. II. Maiio.vv has accepted tho an hour the heavy wall, built nearly a dence. Hichtnond Ueister. 6 30 pin to 50 pm -- XaverSlockeler, who not a divorce " Catlettsburs 6 30 pin i 30 am Iluntlnston..' rencrnl inannKeiuent of thu 1'onn Mutu- century ago, wore all that was left of the White Sulphur... at thin term of the Circuit Court, and Arr Charlittstille al Llfo InBurnnco Co., at Knoxville, with houso that had sheltered threo 10 50 am ' I.ockowitx, weio married Washington.- 35 l .Mih. lhiKht and tho children wero Miss Amanda a salary of jlOO and expenses, and leaves 11 Baltimore I"11 3 5 6 15 pm " Philadelphia Mr. Mnliony is a at homo at tho time the flru was discov-oro- Friday. pohito-nij-h- t. for his ! " New York 9 20 pm Jaiiii-n.irnett and Miss Jennio had not returned most excellent gentleman and wo com- hut Mr. Hrlj-h- t " Kichi.mnd. Va... 1 10 pm li- sixteen, obtained ' Oldl'olntConifort inund him to the people of his now from ehiirch. 1 le cot tncru very quicKiy KtiLime. both sweet " Norfolk KKET Sl'KCIKIC cures all blood disoases, such u Scrofula, L leers, 1'iinpics, Ul er.ited Thioat with many of tho I'ouso and will bo married at tho bride's toKt-theafterwards, home. . White Swelling, Syphilitic diseases in all its stages, Necrosis. Aic. Price $i per bottle. Thursday IIAVIS I HON-- 111 1TKS Is the most uleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia neighbors, and thu work of rcbuuinu the fathers, near Vaynosbur, on the blocl, regulates the liver and imparts new pnerK) In the must let Trains leaving Lexington at 11:45 a in and 5:30 it sives a keen appetite, enriihi-- IWrljOttlO. CITY AND VICINITY. furnituru was beRiin. About half was next. mvmr. tiiimlnu j. nn.w. nt V'in..liH. tinil mTVOIlS SVblHIII. PrleeSl - ... to of the best worm killers mid expeld r kn. wn to thi mi WORM SYRl" M Ky. and nointt on the K. C. R. GAI I.Il-l-'condition. Thoru irrfor Richmond. savod in a badly broken hie. Price ij leal profession and therefore recommends itself, Vkkv fine candieB at T. II. WuHoii'h. j ll rom ihclMncitional Kvangellst insurance on thu bulldliij,'unil wiis $2,000 Limited Vestibule from New York, I'lilladel. per bottle. CSA I'l.IKF'S MAONKIIC IMI.I S for all Liver tompl unit, Impahel )i;ell .n, M I. Headache, veiihia, Washington and all pants East, arrives at1 We had tho pleasure het month of furniture, but that does not near cover rents per box. Price p m daily Any onk wiHhinp a wheat tlrill will do thu loss. Church Yeaer ami (Irecn-berr- v iling the Stanford iublic school which l.esinetou at 4 47Huntingtoii, W. Va., and all lo 'Ac. Acts as cathartic. salt-- to a. triuio ny tr.e me .ManLfucturoil ami lr Fast mall from nil slatlnnsarrives I.exlneton at 11 i(. n m. dai- well to boo mo. I. M. Hrnce. Uriah! , Jr.. had iiono to bod up was moving along nicely with Mr. W. K. I except Sunday, Ky, VILIIAMSB17RG IJIUJG CO., . 1...!-" .XCCOIUIIIOUUIIUII.. t r... i:n .H.i ..n ...1 . .live lllll 1.11 Now-lan- d btairs and they barely escaped with their McClary, a- principal, and Miss Celtic points. Kichmcnd, l.uii, und points aiiu tho K.IWIJI Deputy SheriU'O. P. on C. Ky,, AiuiKsrKii. I.exInKlon am, dally, Ky. aircf-teJ. C Hinebait Pntnrdny on lives. Their clothes wont up in tho tho Thurmond, iiMiibtunt. The rooms were cept arrives at For tickets, 8:10, and sleepirfj-ca- r exrates Sunday. neat and the pupils orderly and studious. retcrvatlnns, etc., and they liad to seek Boll county charginRhim a warrant from forty-hoye- n new (J.W. HARNEV, Ticket Agent. In Graves county wlieruwitlial to cover themselves from a with obtaiiiiiiK money under falm A. HKUMIIKKU, Ildli rass. Agl, a. t 11) tS 9 B a neiulibor. Thu lire seems to liavo caught school hrtnso have been built and thirty- - S. I I. MI RI'HV fii.n-srepiif, isiorra jiiuHi, jrcrf7rnnnr,.r.B . - D let a. a. H a. p sa mw Pmi Art. ' from a Pi tie villi man. He jjavo rite jtr LatlojuaunillnUli,lurimitUn.1mUrJlk'& W I Ea sU Ct sj IV I a th- -i J.'D.VARRINiJTON JdV P., Lexinpton, Kv yeiri four old Dos ropjire.l Witlili from a sjiark. Mk. .Sij-im- l, li Smith, of the Mt. Vernon did us the honor of n call yesterII. 1.-inuto- CHURCH A FAIRS. Wednesday, Nov. ao, '89, Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stoc. and Barrels of Fresli 1 Prices Always Reasonable. sin-lie- f T. R. WALT.' 1 OUR lit-rill- ill Ky. Route !: Celebrated Buell Boot n Vamj ., Have arrived; single and in hip and calf. Boys' ext a plain and, high, Buell Button Boots; Brogau in spl in child and kin; plain and box Washington, Phifadeiphla, boys' and men's sizes. Men's fine Shoes in standard screw machine sewed and hand welts. Ladies' fine hid and goat Shoes in machine sewed , , i aGum Boots, Arctics and sandals in children's, Misses, women o 11 and men s sizes. I BRUCE & McROBERTS. 11 d, The Great Remedies 1 s 11111 , ' ' r d- ' 1 WUllnansbtirj;, - pre-teiiK- -fi bond. BRYANT & STRATTON Business College "' f I WW f vxtMiimmmmmmiutMMu "-'"- v- - - arwrat ' yw""'' """""If -- T f" 'SZEE?toyvvllf.rT,e - tWST HOUSE. I u 4 Semi-Week- ly it not so paid Interior Journal SCIENCE AND PROGRESS. NOTES AND NEWS OF GENERAL INTEREST TO THE AVERAGE READER. j THE CURIOSITY SHOP. A Custom ALL AROUND THE MISS KATE IIOGLE I of rUntlng Tree for Dowry. u HrliU'a Published Every TuoBday and Friday S PICK YlfiAfMN vrVA..'CIC Direction VWhen S3.50 will be charged. cl K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Rowland at 7.00 a. m at 4:30 p. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. i 31 pin .,131pm South train " South ti37Pn Express ..317 am .UIHl 6 to m Local Freight Notth ..5 55P"' South.. The latter train alo carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time Solar time it about o minute f sster of Wliuta llntr ft ml Velocity tlio Velocity I SIriuiirvft by Mi'iins o( the AnemometerAn Anemometer Illustrated nml Described. returning j Mail train going North inovtnir In tliu nttnos- U'lmU 11111 curt-ontVuitihlo tlitectiotis anil vcloci phcro ties There ure cignt, prmciiiai tiircciions ni which they blow North, northeast, cast, southeast, south, southwest, westnnil north tvest. Mariner further dlvldo enoli of the Mliutto I.lvlng llelugis. tllstmicps betvtewn theo eight directions into direcMites aro found not only In cheese, tint In four others, iimlcins In nil thirty-twtion', which nro culled joints or rhumbs A preserves, meal, dried Mesh ami other ni t rhumbs on n clrclo, of domestic eonsuititlou Thuy huso m. rvg figure of these thirty-tuIn the form of a star, Is known as tho nmrl ulara tlgtiro ami rformall the fuuctitiiiMif lifelike creatures that exceed them many iter's card times In hulk. They have a bitr, nnul una u mouth thut opens and shuts like u mole's Tho various turts of the Iwily are mvemi with long hairs, and even Uibm hnirs aro bristly From tho eggtof the femulf tho young are hatched In twelve to fourteen ,, s There Is a beautiful custom In tome of the northern parts of Europe. Thero tho whlto poplar, In good toll, Increases a (hilling In value overy year Tho trees nro generally cut down nt the ago of 80 years, on they nro then bUpostxl to linvo attained their full growth. When a daughter Is bom In tho family of a restwctiiblo fanner tho father, as soon as the season will permit, plants a thou snud young trews, which nro to constitute tho dowry of the innlden, "which grow as she grow sand Increaso In height and value as her virtues anil hetiuty Increaso.'" o tli-lu- o witK Rpyal Baking No dessert is more delicious, wholesome e dumpling, and appetizing than a By the filled with the fruit of the season. use of the Roval Hakinr Powder the crust is always rendered light, flaly, tender and digestible. Dumplings made with it, baked or boiled, will be dainty and wholesome, and may be eaten steaming hot with perfect impunity. well-mad- days, and aro ho small that equal to a pigeon's egg tU.OOO.CUO aio not i I Powder , AN ANUMOIIETEIL it three teaspoons of Royal Raking Powder and a small teaspoon of salt; rub in a piece of butter or lard the aire of an ertr. and then add one Iarre DOtato. crated in the flour; after the butter is well mined, stir in milk and to the consistency of oft biscuit dough ; break on piece 01 dougn large enougn to close over lour quarters of an apple (or other fruit a desired) without roll inc. and lav in an earthen dish (or steamer) and steam unul the fruit is tender. Bake if preferred. RECBirr. One quart of flour j thorouRhly mix with , In all receipts calling for cream of tartar and soda, substitute Royal Baking Powder. Less trouble, never fails, makes more appetizing and wholesome food and ismore economical. Royal Baking Powder is specially made for use in the preparation of the finest and most delicate cookery. I FOR RENT. A ccuplc of elegant rooms on Lircjter Street, suitable lor ofli.es millinery or bed-rooW.O WhLCiI. u-t- f :FOB, SAX1B.3 My Now Houso on Main St., Stanford, Ky. Kor term apply to Mr. V. II. Itlggins, Mamoru,or 10 me ai iJ.inviue, r.y. L'TTIE N. HOLMES. 3 R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. OtKcu on Mun street, opposite 1'orim.in House, up stalls. .Niirom Oxide (a giwn Tor painless extracting. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. I DE. W. J3. PEiTiY, . DEWJIST. Office Sjitt1' "'d": Main urt-'- t. in .fli.e recently vacated hj Dr. I. F HiilTuun, Stan oid, K TVAIXACE Stanford, Will practice 111 22. TARNON, ' Attorney at Law, Kentucky. all the court of tlu and adjoin-n- counties and In the tourt of .inpil lOfBce over McRoberts & Sugg's drug store. i A WARNING. diirnrn-i68 We will every pfrou fuiind . 011 to the full extrnt of the law s with gun nnd our J C l.VNN Mrs AI.ICK TLXKKU.t -- FOR- SALE AT A SACRIFICE I will icll th house known as the Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, Fur ONI! Til JL'aAXI) DOM. UtS cash The Cottage opposite ths Railway Depot, formerly tctupud by II I.. Miller, .it thu name place for htwllT HUM) KM) DOLLARS cosh. Same cm tc seen by applying tu Mr. W. V. Kennedy, Crab Orchard No 30 J OTI'K.VHKIMr'H. M'tu Mriet Niwurk PTJ33X.IC SAIi'JU. On Tue day, Nov. 5, (889, I will St II 3Iy Farm of Ar.ili'Mtue lot of Stoi k, Acres, n uitiiig f 40 Head of Jack Stock, 40 Head of Horses, Consisting piiiicipnll) of Ilrood Marn and Includ lo nil other nig my line sul lie 11, OX 1'IME. otock nece.ir tnriirryona l3rin,iailudbig crop and taruilni; utensils TermsAll sums under Jij casl;otir that amount negolial'e Hole will lie taken, payable In per ent interest Land 'j c.ts'i 4 months, villi and bahnce In and , jears vulhf nr ct,nt Hi I IIL'IIIII K, I K tercst from day ot ak Shelly til), Ky 08 i 1 I fi gSftp CW " A OTHERS ,th easv r wv n,v..rt M HOOK", HrAAKES LESSENS PAJN.,pfP DIMINISHES IIJ " K r;inRltNS $P "LABOR TO LIFE ns .'O iBS'sWfjHTtD TMhTHFR BRAonaoatEiMrasAwM Trnplral llnln. STAN run I), KV. A IlMmlsome Sachet. Rain within tho tropics Is not of tho drU-tllnMe hs recenttv f led to Its appointments I Gold guipure uet Is tisol for tho outer cov- j SI'F.CIAI. ATTF.NTION to COMMKItCIAI. ' character of rain in tbo temperate zone, but generally falls in such torrents as In ering ami coper colored satin, quilted and travelers Horses and mules bought and said. hnrsetand vehb les used in litcry. Eaflliard other tones would be called waterspouts. perfumed, for tho lining of thu elegant sachet Only I Also agent for the Thoy produce great flood in n sitiglo dny shown in thu cut. Winter Is distinguished from summer chiefly A First-Clas- s Livory Stablo WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO- by tho quantity of rain, which is often conSounding Stone In Hrlttnny. To ac.ominada e t e demands nf his increased Not far from tho town of Dinan, in Brit- - stant for many days together, and lasts a j transient pairntage. let lurnouts furnished ' tany, are several largo stones which have the certain number of hours per day through six Commercial 1 ravclc rs and others remnrkablo property of giving out when months. Tho rivers, In consequence, overstruck n clear musical sound. Tueso stones, flow, and on drying on mako the atmosphere CHAP. OKCIIAKD. K according to Nature, nro composed principal- unwholesome. Dealer In ly of tho mineral known as nmphibole, and LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Perfume Does Not Diminish Welgiit. are of a roughly prismatic shape, about twenDry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps , A grain of musk has been kept freely ty feot In length. Thoy aro not erratic bowl;lfx ast Hoots, Shoes, Clothin?. Hardware, Queens-warto tho air of a room, of which tho door ders brought by ancient glaciers, but have Tinware, Furniture and a THE LARGEST AND FINEST been broken otf from tho neighboring strata and window wore constantly open for A km no m: mm baciikt. Crocorlos, Tho embroidery on tho front siilo of th Conoral Lino and worn into their present shape by the ac- - ten years, during all which time tho nir, HOTEL IN THE CITY. tion of the waters of tho river nnd sea, as, at though coustnutly changed, was completely sachet is worked on bronze plush, tho larger Fancy Candies, Cross lici, (le. the point whero thoy are found, tho waters Impregnated with tho odor of musk, nnd yet flowers with whlto silk lit satin stitch shaded Ail kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods, of the river enter into a small bay nnd aro at tho end of that timo tho particle was off with copier colored silk, tho center star RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDfound not to bava sensibly diminished In with gold thread. Tho leavesaro curried out forced back by tho rising tldo tw Ico a day. In ollvo chenille and tho smaller blossoiiM Ttioro are numerous similar stones In tho weight. ING TO ROOMS. formed of gold chenille, tho embroldcrrd vicinity which show the sumo phenomena, A Convenient I.lfo Preserver. STANFORD. KY stripo bolng edgod with gimp and two broiuo but none so perfectly ns tho one described. It Is not a Yankee Invention, for It origi ribbon bows placed at tho corners. Tho projierty of producing n musical noto Is TURKISH .V RUSSIAN HA TILS IN IIOTF.L .e Olhce ou Lancaster Street, oppoole very different from that of tho "singing nated In tho brnin of n Frenchman. Coats Having removed to this place from Liberty, to I.lttln Hntter ruililliiE. sniuls" which occur in various parts of tho and troupers nro heieafter to bo mudo with practice Ills profession, calls the altcnUon oi the world, and is, undoubtedly, simply duo to tho largo wutci proof pockeu, which will contain When company arrives unoxnsctedly tc pub lie to the fact that he will be ready at all houti hurd, close grained structure of tho rocks, ns a small amount or iinbouio acid. If the dinner, little batter puddings will bo a con- nay or nistlil 10 answer cans in iown or rounirv. in Stanford well as the position in which thoy are placed, wenrer fulls into tlm water, a small outlet venient dessert. It can 1m mndo at tho last Thirty years ofbl lite were spent ot his ability and as unnecessary to speak he deems thoso glviug tho clearest notes being lifted up will let in just enough witter tocreato a gas, mlnuto ami liakeil while tho dinner Is being a physician it and surgeon A share of the patron-ground and eupiiorted at a few which will float the man forauumbcr of eaten. age of the people of Manford and vicinity Isaskca from tho 65 tf ly him Threo eggs, ouo pint of milk, twelve taints only by other similar stones. A spe- hours. cies of feldspar known ns 'phonolitc, or clinkof sifted Hour, n littlo salt. Hake Height of Urn WnTes. stone, gives similar sounds when struck by In small earthen cups. iSiddlng sauce: Ouo f the hammer cupful of butter, Careful experiments made by an experi- cupful of sugar, , enced English navigator at Santandcr, on beaten to 11 cream, add tho yolk of one egg . 'loo ttre.it Vibration In Wiitcht-tho north coast of Spain showed that the well beaten, then ouo-hnpint of boiling A very troublesome fault with somo of tho crest of sea waves In n long and heavy galo water, and set it on tho lire about ten minbest clnss of Swiss watches Is a too great vi- wero forty-twP 1 ft) "llI,lTl'HiKAS-- i woirrjo." feet high, and allowing the utes, add two lahlcqxKiiiful of wine, or v. lli ntion, causing tho balauco to strike tho same for tho tleptb between tho waves would flavor with lemon peel, lxtit the white of thu ui bankings. It is most often found In watches mako a height of eighty-fou- r THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE : feet from cret egg to a froth and our over tho top after I having largo wheel teeth with straight In- to base. Frum having ixiured tho sauco in tho sutico dish. I clines. The moretiiodern pructico Is to curvo OENTBAb KBNTUCKV This recipo makes twelve little puddings, tho ncting face of the teeth, nnd n slight alFirst Cotton In F.ngland. lltko lu n hot oven, but not so hot as to burn teration of the tooth diminishing tho incline In 1000 cotton was first brought to England them on top before baking tho bottom. Thoy at tho heel of tho tooth will always dimiuUh from Cyprus and Smyrna, and made into w ill full If taken out too soon. tho amount of vibration In ItM? "J.OOO.OOO fustians, dimities, etc Illrli tuliicn l'irsore. pounds wero Imported for weft, to work with AmerlCKii Conutos of Doctor. 2 S" linen warp as a domestic mnuufacturo, tho Pare, coro nnd quarter your fruit, using u KAST LINE 1IETWEEH Tho election of ofllcers for tho nest congress curding nud spinning being pel formed by pound of white sugar to every Kumlof fruit. of American physicians and surgcou-i- , to bo CINCINNATI.1 und women for rurul weavers. Take tho toolings and cniv) und put them LEXINGTON & held in Sentemlicr, 1801. resulted ns follows: children boil Into a kettle, cover tliem with water and I llr. Weir Mitchell, prWdeut; Dr. V. II. .SCHKOLM.K IN HFrKCF MAV u. i8 for half mi hour, then strain through a flue IStlle Storklli2. Canualt, of Now Haven, secretary; Dr. J S. No f No 1. No. s slovo or Jelly bag ami pti the Julco back into Tho term Bluo Stocking, uppllod to liter Hillings, of Washington, treasurer. Dr. WilUx Sun tho kettle and lull the quc-- m it, a few nt Daily liam 1'eppcr, of riiiladelphin, chairman of ory ladies, was conform! on u which h Sun a time, until they are tender Lift out, as tho executive committee, and Dr. 8. C. Hutoy, was mlled the filue Stocking club. 1:1 which ft 10 a oi S no p i IS pin. Cincinnati J .It p in foiunles nero admitted, nnd w called owing they are done, with a drainer and lay on u Lve Covington... $ so am f 09 p of Washington, chairman of tho local dish. When all nro exit. ad, put in ttie sugar l.ve I'almoulh... m V 17 p n. 4 08 p m 9 44 to a Mr. licujaruli: Stilllngfleet, one of its I.vc of urrangemeiits. 5 40 p m boll iiImjiiI ten minutes Imfoio Arr 1'aris nnd allow ft to 11 10 1 n is as p mi uctivo memliers, wearing bluestockings. slowly Arr I.exniSton. ii ix) p ni it 00 p in f i1 ' putting in tho quinces. I. t ttmni ISxiM'rliiiont with Iron. S n ao a 11, till thoy change color While boiling slip n Lve i'aris Is acted upon in a powerful manner Iron so p in p At it Orc-u- t Height. S'inchester. to seo Arr Hichmoml.. a 05 p m silver spoon under thm ocsasloimll 7 V V m i by most achU If some nitric acid is toured jo Tho grentcst elevation over attained by a that they do not burn, but do not stir them. Arr Lancaster. o p in 4 Arr on Iron unils, a stream of red nitrous vnpor balloonist wasHT.OOO fivt, about seven miles This makes 11 rich and handsome preserve. ,,..) Arr Manford.. .. 4 o P m .. Is let loose, nnd tho oxidized iron Is dissolved The uurounutx were Jnmii tJUlhor, F It, S., Kichmoiid ... 4S P "i l.ve in the liquid to tho I'lio ascent was made und Mr Oixwoll P '", J Arr llcrea Canned Siiiuh. couilitiouof uitruto ; ... Lexington.. .. i 30 p in' Sept. 5, listt.'. ut Wolverhampton. England " r- A housekeeper saysi I havo canned squash Arr of Iron. This exI L "Y' J' very nicely after tho following recljiy, und No. 3. No. 1. U un easy l. periment x , wo find It very good and fresh when kept tho Thin Iron. one to perform und w m Iron Is rolled mi thin at tho Pittsburg Iron sumo as canned fruit. Boil tho squash und Lve Liinslon I.....". 5 to a hi It gives an Idea of j mills that rJ.lH.Xi 1035 am aro requlrtd to make strain through 11 colander. If very dry add Lve llerea tho energy of cerS"2K5SL S& a slnglo Inch in thickness. Light shines a little water Fill glass jars with it, screw Arr Kichmond . 11 4i m tain chemical er via&iUtiif. ' .... 7 00 a m covers lightly 011 and set into n boiler of cold Lve .Stanford . through one of there shoots as roadily us it 5 Wo have ei- Lve Liucasler ... 7 to a water with straw or a perforated board In Arr Kichmond... 9 45 a in docs through greased tissue paper endeavored to reptho bottom of the boiler. ISriug tho w ater to resent Its npiear-nnc- e Lve Kichinond.. a 40 p in 6 10 a in boiling and cook un hour or more hi ulL Arr Winchestur lu the annexed ( I'll per. A mvz Shcrt ) 10 p in 7 is a . Then tuko out tho cans, and if the contents Arr I'aris 4 u p in 7 48 a in cut. A single sheet of paper tl feet wldy ittul 7) p have shrunk (111 up with hot water and seal Lve Lexluittnn 41 ' ROADWW. j 45 p in 7 00 a m 3 45 p in Fuming nitric miles in length has been made ut tho Water-tow- ut once. ni 35 Lve I'aris 4 as P 1" 8 51 am nciddocs not acton (N V I paper works a in 5 07 p m Lve Fulrnouih... 5 30 P "' 9 13 It weighed M,'M KY. 6 35 p in 10 3 a 1111 7 jo p in iron und prevents Arr CoMiiKton. Tull for Whiter 1'iirclnBa iouudsnud was mado und rolled sntlro withArr Cincinnati . 6 4$ p in 10 45 a ni 7 MP "' Its being attacked Of early kinds the single Duo Von Thol out u singlo break. by ordinary nitric tulips aro the earliest, and uro therefore most ,IW yptarj-'Mcuspunrlil ThlKmviiwirtv (In tt valuable for forcing in pots or vases for In- 8 co, atlieMayssille branch, No 9. leaves Tans at V 'tPVJj A .Slngtilur Instrument. .'( I n fl a a n !' rl ' m and No. II, at J 45. P . arriving . i li n n aj ri ' r . luu glven'risetoa 1 11 '. door decoration. With projier treatment M lysville at 10 Jj, a m, and 8 to, rn. No. ic A "gastroscopo" Is a very costly instrument these can lw had In bloom by Christmas or .. WW&J?J,L jtai VHRMt gi remnrkablo cxtieri- Maysvillu at 5,15 a in, arriving at Pans at used to Inspect tho interior of tho stomach cm Her. Thoy are "vlia, ' . I &L.rteKtU.-&&mo lit on passive -of dilTereiit colors bril- 740, am. No. 12 leaves Maysvillu nt 110 and - , arr NCvAlOH3(,HICaCtfi';- 2 Iron. It consists in JS&'V jiSfcK':r and determiuo tho condition of tho living liant bcnrlet, vermilion, crimson, pure white, arrives at Pans at 4 oj, p in. These trains daily except Sunday. --MwttftrVt"'' membrane (t is an Uiguuioun uml delicate purple, oratigo, violet, etc. I '1 tin ted in iilaclng somo nails " iots No 41 leaves Lexinntoti 1005 am; arrises I'aris ... . .. machine. i.. II . H. " . III or vases thoy prove very beautiful ut a season 1045 am: except .Sunday ;iuhh 1I1IIJ A which somo fuming ikon and nitiuo acid. No 8 loaves Cincinnati $ is pm; arrive Kahnoiith when blooming plants aro generally scarce. What Doctor Sny. 7 jo pint except Sunday nitric acid is poured, which produces no reI his Dig rut It Single early tulips can also be grown lu water, No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6 00 am ; .irnr CincinM. Didler, of Lyons, (liids that a faradlc sults, Tho fuming ucld Is then taken out like a hyacinth. nati 755 am; except Sunday current of moderate intensity Is decidedly and Is replaced by ordinary nitric acid, LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI No it leaves Cincinnati 8 30 n in; arrives 10 ton m; Sunday only. , IteHtorlne n Jiipnnned Surfiirn. which uo longer uctson tho Iron rendered tho most efilcicut treutment of hjsteria almouth 4 IS p liljurrhes CinNo, 33 leave Drfi'y, Ssi It not only checks tho st traveler, passlvo by tho smoking ncld. After this, If hitherto employed. A cupitul black varnish siiltublo for cov-0- 1 cinnati 6 15 p m ; Suiidny only. tho nails ure touched by a pieco of Iron paroxysms, but has a curative effect. In fug broken places in metal, such as sowing dally hetwei 1.exlns-to'lrnin Note; No t runs THE MOST RAPID ROUTE mid Cincinnati. No j run dnily between which has not uudorgono tlm uction of nltrio every case of hystei ieul couvuMons in which machines, fm uiiuie, etc., w hero tho Jnpaimcd Lexington acid, these nro Immediately ncted upon, and he employed it the seizure promptly abated surface has been scratched orotherwlso dam-age- Cincinnati and nnk connections at Winchester 0 F.vcr attemptud between the great commercial Nos. 1 mid According to Dr. e Tort, microbes are a giving off i,( nitrous vaor is manifested cr.u be mude, according togoodauthoi'-lty- , loriiohilsoii the N N Ar M V. Ity cities on the Onn Riser and Cliiciro, ami hence with gi eut energy. never conveyed In tho air, but only by conN11, 4 mnkes this c nnectloiiat Lexington by taking lino lump black or ivory black the fastest time and mint comfortable Irairs be. .n th- - South, or to the M est and IMI'OUTAN T -- Trainsnf this line nowarrhe Iween all tact with tho fingers, instruments, eta and thoroughly mixing with copal varnish, A French dentist usserta thut autipyrin, a tho black being In a very fine powder. To at nnd depart from the Centril Union Passner Nnrthsyest. I he rnimtrrMirtnf this train m n'l Sclontlllo nieaiilngx. I l Cincinnati, making connections fer all trunk tines i i...i..t l Electricity promises to bo tho coming mo- - popular now remedy, shows a teudeitcy to mix the more readily It might be made Into MstionNnrlh, Fast and West. 1 he superb rolluiK ii k He employ glvrs lulions imliits '1'HruiiKh titkeu anil hagcage checked to any dlum for transmission of power not only for blacken teeth, especially when they bavo lost n paty mass with turpentine. KH At all l,n'i.,ii lakct OlHce desnualinn reached by u railroad. street railways, but also for mining Indus- tho enamel. in the South For full particulars address any agent ot the Co. jou will find our ti tahlus and tickets. Say Dr. A. A. Whitfield says that tho homeotries. Sally I.tinn. get Motion juiI stuk tu .Munon.il you want S. F. II. MORSK, II. IIACON. It. Threo teactipfuls of Hour, three tablespoon Locomotive engineers aro inclined, it is pathic preparation of graphites, given three Traveling I'ass'a'r Aqt., livu'l 1'ass'j'rAst., to save money and have a pleasant journey. K. O.McCOHMICK, times dully, will euro more cases of edema Covir.t,'lbii, Ky, Lexington, Kv, fuls of mgar, tho samo of melted butter, ' said, to obesity. I -any other known re.d,y ILK HUNriNC.TON.Oeneral Mnnatrtr, "ner Agent, Chicago , threo eggs, a cupful of milk and throe Oum chewers' paralysis Is the latest form of in child an than City ,.","" Agents and Oltice-s- ; dose of sulphur may ba needed It.tko the same C.KNHUAL OFFICES: of baking powder professional ueurosls recorded in medical lit- An ocei: as cuke nml cat with butter Chamber of Coimiien e building, Cinriunaij, O I. A lOHHIMr tho cure. to com erature. i9 Mne , Clttcmiwtl, 0 j g 1 first-class I I Tlio direction of the wind Is determined by means of vane, and its velocity by means of tho anemometer Thero are sot crnl formsof this instrument. Tho most usual consists of a small vauo with fans, which tho s Ind turns, tho velocity I deduced from the number of turns ninilo in 11 given time, w liicli U measured ly means of an endless screw and wheel-work- . One commonly mod and represented in tho cut Is known as Robinson's aucmome tcr. It ConsLstiiof n metal cross with spheres at tho ends, anil fixed on an nils. The mot(m or this cross is rrniimirfnl lv hlmii. of an endless scrow to a train of wheel work; nnd from tho number of turns mndo in a given'time, which Is indicated by the point ers, tbo velocity of the wind Is deduced. Say, luub lue 1111x111 veiuwikj is irum 10 ioa; i ill a second. With a velocity of 0 or 7 feet, tho wind Is moderate; with 30 or .'V foot. It is fresh; with 01 or 70 feet, It Is strong, with a velocity of Mto SW feet, it Is a tempest, and from to to ISM it is a hurricane. Tho velocity of a wiud may, umlor favorable circum-stances, bo inensured by observing tho timo which tho shallow of a cloud takes to pass over a Held or arty space, tho dimensions of I which nro known. heilll-knead it-e- Atttlbutt's of Different Lenses. The principle of magnifying posser. effect- cd by couvex 11111I couenso crystal surfaces. ariso from the Indellnlto mtiltipllcatton of Imnges by surfaces ut illlfcreut angles. A lens with threo Mirfaeos of sixty degree gives three images, one with ISO of one do greo each, ISO figures, wnrvely separable but ono with IU,H)0 surface, of 0110 miuuto each, gives lO.MK) Imuges, still less vtiaruhla When, however, the curved form Is given, and tho sides become infinite, the imnges nro lutlulto, and, being no longer ocpnntblo, are seen as ono Imago uuder one enlarged angle. A Metallic Meteorite. The heaviest purely metallic mcuorlU known U the "thunderbolt" of the Arab Sheik Kulaph Ben A?sab It fell In Central Arabia, and Is ono of the ten known meu-o- r ites that have been seen nben falling (t was bought by English authorities, who have sluco caused It to bo chemically analyzed. It contains 01.1M tier cent, of iron, 7 4U nickel. 0.C8 cobalt, traces of cojijier, phosphorus, and 0.31) of amorphous carbon Its weight Is ISM pounds. Much larger stony meteorites aro tons. known. Including ouo of twonty-fivo Hnve Mftde Stained How IjuIIc Windows mill Japanese Head Curtains. How to cut off the unsightly outlook from a window without shutting out tho supply of light at the samo timo Is rathor n puzzling matter. As tho best remedy that admits of Ft ill utilizing tho window to a certain extent. uecorutor ami rurmsiicr auviscs replacing tho clear glass with ground or stained glass, and says- Many ladies aro now oxcrlmout ing in making stained glass wludows and frequently with much success, tho result g somewhat after the order of crazy patch work. For a window of stained glass, you enn buy for a trifle nny quantity of plecos from manufacturer of stained glass. Then linv Ing your plate glut- - w ludow, sash and all, removed from the casing, lay your window ittkldo upward on u table, und with cement of liNiac iwhlch U transparent) attach the pieces of staluisl glass to tho clear gluvs, filling In tho seams with putty. Should you wish a design of soiuuw hut more artUtlo arrangement, you can dot your window with tho faceted Jewels nnd bull's eu-- which ure mado for the purKe, and calling in tho assistance of n glazier with his diamond, jou can havo your pieces of glass cut In better slinsvs, with much improeil elftct for the work. Ity taking notice of stnineil glass you will oliservo that they uro gener ally lu somo w I so bordered, nnd thus you can gain an Idea as to the comosltlon of tho design for your window. Paint tho putty used In joining the pieces black; or jou crtn mako tho work richer by painting tho putty with gold. Another remedy, and ono more simple of accomplishment, would bo to draw closely over tho window u curtain of whlto spotted cottage drajery muslin, attaching tho curtain by small rods run in a casing of the muslin to both tho upijr mid lower sashes, and then hnug over n curtain of Jnpam-sresl and jolored glass U'tds. In tho bizarre ordering now alfecusl in bouse furulshing-- , it is not unusual totes a dilTerenco in the treatment jf windows in tho same room, If tho purixxi oo obvious, nnd It does not nvm liicongruous. As tho bettor quality of cane curtains nre ixjieiisive, the authority already quoted stig-f- i ht that tho cane and bends can lw bought utd strung on Strang flax thread, and with somo degree of tasto exercised In arrange-Jieu- t it would be no difficult task to make it jurtaln hanging it on a rod furnished with mmll metal ees. With tho whlto muslin mrtnln for a background, the bond curtain 'Arould be very effcctlvo, there would lie a mellow lljht and one would scarcely lo annoyed by unwelcomo views from neighbor's premises J lo-In- a (It ism Mcnooi Candl.lnie for Superintendent of Public oi Lincoln county, mectmn Aiigim, ' ' ts. HI. F. Ilrlnlclcv Ian Candldnte for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic party Ktec.inii August, 1800 I i! 3r COMPANY! S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT. VffiUNON, Jv V. Office nest door to Whitehead's Priijr ttie. Specialattenlion given to diseases ol children ;;-t- CREAM I s.i6- f. wvmu LYCj. Slit! As -- !rxV sVv A, HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, MANrOKD, KV I LEXINGTON.KY. Engineerincr and Survoyiug iu all branched. Established On Dwellings, llouvhol 1825. STANFORD HOLLER MILLS. FOR IITSXJB.A1TOE At , I Furniture, Stores, apply to the old Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. Lightning clauses alUilicJ and dimajes puid whether nrv entiles ur nl, (.I.O II IIKUCK, Agent. 17 All persons wishing a pleasant life and well pleated wire let them use Talent Flour midcat Sunfiinl Holler .Mills Call fur It at your grocery, and If the) have not got it on hand, ure I lit to keep li or tet an order from them and Ket it at the .Mtd .ii'J I wilt guarantee a pleasaut andlntcietiltin laniily o W V WIT IS, Superintendent 111 jvcry, 7 feed and sr"Sr r Sale Stablt WOOD SI J WALLA6E, I Fourth Asenue, fs ?$&& Men's Outfitter I.(uisvlllc, C. A. BENEDICT & CO., ; W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. IONIIOV, K , fioodtiirn uts an . s di'leh rsss always lor hir I on reasonable trr u nd n Is tlic most c nvn lent point on the railrrad to reach places in ths in the m juntsin " lion of the 'ale 10 Kentucky. Well Drillors & Pump Adjusters, "tanfoud. ky Wells drilled to order and Pumps turmihrd at factory prices. 30 THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, 1. M. LIVER7, IIKICIC, IM FSD Proprietor er SAU SIM No Kotel In Kentwiky has a and its propnetr Is shall he mslnnoned. detcrmtnt i that rcpuiabon, Pool and ParlorH ' THE GALT HOUSE, e, 11 1 of O.H.M'llOBERTS, M.D., Court-Hou- 1 ' table-spoonfu- otio-hal- Kentucky Central R. R. lf o os. 0M& (EdSLWigSZdM I El a Soulh-Iloun- 111 111 com-mitte- o bl 1 ( ' s. mi -- ... ,' I N'ortli-Iluum- I s.u-et- s 111 i.-- . 111 SON, iijL. -- WaH'6M' fa WW- ;.m r-- NKW FASrF 11 fAlL ral-ino- 1 11 d, iii. ' Ato-nu- n,