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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889111901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XV11 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, d889. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. NO. 80 The llret snow of the season full hero lust night. I'd lloltzelnw, formerly of Hueniii Vista thiHCOtintv, died in Mercer conne drtVH sineo. tv a few A large Hock of wild geese passed over town Friday night mid wcru low enough to bo In easy loach of a shotgun. Rov. J. X. Ison.ot lluciin Vistn, wiw married ul Pilot Point, Texas, tin' hitter .urinf October, to Mlsi l.llo HlMu''H. The happy couple arrived at their future I.oine-lhi- enn Vitu lasl week. Sam Miller and Mike Salter weiituut l'ridny and brought in several law, lino 52JO.llcnzlcy Hros. sold to J. II. and Sam Mallard ducks. As vet no one has come 7 hogs, averaging 'o pounds, at ich Owens in to claim them, as they did tl 11 cts. "olnL' ti,,lu killed by "Nig" Johnson, of Itoyle, bought of James hi DUO. The man who had never before traded with TOWERS lost his head at family Colfey Id head of --' and left with' his 11. (5. Mullens when he heard the low prices quoted on good goods. He on Inst 'J I cts. for his futuro homoIdnho The Hrookt farm of 40(1 nores, in Col. 1). U. Collier returnel to can have it again by applying to POWERS. evening. 103 per acre. His fnmily will Woodford county, sold at $ Louisville, yesterday. This is an extreme case, but Sun. join him jUBtas hooii iw it is safe (or Mir. The Owensboro Messenger reportB fV.ltlnr In llmlnrtllUl' tllU tril). Mlw All sales of several largo lots of cattle at $2.10 nioHurrows, of Jewell spent last week to of lower visiting the Misses Spllman, S. II. Hntighmau sold to Hill, of MaGarrard. Charley Spilman, of the Hen- rion, his race To I lie Kditorof the Interior Journal stallion, Imported London, na Vista neighborhood, w ho has Iteen for $1,000. Danvillb, Nov. 18. Permit me to ex-p- i Who once gets inside of POWERS' store and sees the boundless bariiowcoitvnl-escinseriously III for some tlmo, Is gains that arc offered for the lowest limit a living profit will 11!0 medium to ehs through your columns my thanks extra u Salk. to the people of Stanford for their good inulecolU. I). A. and II. 11. Colynr, permit. Nobody docs or can offer such good I treatment and universal kindness while Itichmond, Ky. IIasiikdin nv Si.uo Nink. When bargains or low prices. In the race in their town. I must say that I was D. X. I'rewitt bought of nrious parthink of the towel, tin for business POWERS has never more kindly received nor sent towel, that used to hnngupby the printing-- ties in this county a large hunch of '' anil away with more substantial tokens of cattle as l!j cts. door, I think that nobody in house I count appreciation by any people. Wilson Hros., of I'Imnon, have of shoddy tan hammer out these days myself most fortunate to have formed a thought in this and Boyle counties about iron to wear bs it wore. The tramp whp friendship with so many good people of j ubiwod It, the fellow who used it, the ,'t0 head of young cattle at i! to 3 cents. all denominations, including many outThe Anderson News rc'iorls the sale U whwi these t o were ooiup who BOt'at side. I shall always remember my visit A head that knows how to buy as well as sell- a long head on buy-heaami foreman, the ed- of Messenger Breeze, formerly owned by gone, the make-uwith pleasure and hope to repeat it ns grime Robert McAlister, to A. C Witherspoon ing, a square head on selling, and a big on business itor, poor nun, each rubbed some early and often as possible. on. in over for $1,000. otr white they put n heap generally. POWERS is not a kicker, but a thinker, Twenty-eigh- t It would be nn unpardonable omission horses nnd mulcswere and under, 'Urn blacker than thunder, Miss Nannie McDowell Danwi.i.k. and he gets business by brain, not brag. If not to thank the Intkhiok for its kindly stable, of the Howe & Par'twas harder than poverty, blacker than hurued at the entertained Friday evening In honor of YOU never ker Ice Company, at Nashville, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lucius S. Logan, who re- notices of our meeting. With best sin; from the roller suspended, it wishes for the paper and the community Hipped on the wall morning. was bended, and it turned last week from an extended bri- whose interests it serves, Iain very truly Fifteen line horses, including the fatike a banner of tin. It grow thicker dal tour in tho East. Mrs. Jnne Farraud oura, J. W. Lynch. nnd rougher, and harder and toucher, mous trotter, Singlowood, were burned and Miss Jennie Walton have returned hue, un- Saturday night In n livery stable Are nt from Iiuisville. Mrs. Robert Harding and daily put on a more inkier From L M. L $10,000. til one windy morning without any Clnrksville, Tenn. a number of friends at tea The American Derby for '01 closed In your bargains, ahead in your savings, ahead in Dry Goods and Hubble lms sold to his son Wil- entertained warning, it fell on the Hour and was bro Thursday evening. Miss Mattio McAlis- with 130 nominations. colt by Clothing, then come to the only firm who can put you' there. The liam Ills farm of .141 acres at$0 per Acre. ken in two. ter. who is studying art and music in Ixmgfcllow is the only representative Mr. Hubble and his family will leave for name is Cincinnati, was at home a few days last from this county. UiiimkIn I'uosk. The boy stood on Colorado in n few tlnys to spent the winweek. MrB. I. S. McElroy, of Mt. SterImp. Glengary, sire of many good race the front door step, nor thought of dan- ter. Tate A Catron bought 1120 hogs in ling, is with her parents, Judge and horses is dead. lor her father's ger near, he cared not Mrs. (5. F. U-e- . Mrs. Clay, Mrs. Bright, Mrs. Rowett, txwt, in hort he bad uo fear. He took Wayne nt II to :i and Monte Fox Bold in Sign of the Red Flag. ... Mi iww.fcpt. mirror and unused for an same county f work mules .at $100 and In Woodford county John I). Burns Mrs. George Lorrilard nnd other Indies der-b- v own race horses nnd nice them. n lot of yearlings at $75. Somerset Ho- Instant there, to remove his nice new raised a largo drove of turkeys this year, Geneva, the dam of the good hat, and to smoothe his oily hair; , porter. and by placing " bell "l)0n t'IL' '(1 '"oth- old colt, Riley, has been sold for mud-l- v The Kentuckiau notes that dun. It. the handle gently and then grasped er that led them. He accustomed them A new race course is under coiibtruc-tio- n -Mrang the bell, for ho know that Iter M, Uauo bought n Happy Medium colt to follow the Bound. When the time at Gallatin, Tenn. of W.T. Withers forl,200. J. K. Clay him worse than harsh old father hated re came to work his tobacco fields he The recent session of the American anything. A moment of painful waiting sold to Kitlm :i.'17 head of 1, d moved the bell, placing it on his own Turf Congress made some material nnd of auxiousdouht, and the door cittlont l.ir). a moment wnist, nnd while working his crop witli beneficial chnnges in racing rules. Tho McCampbell & Hlythe have bought '" white a foot How swifttho hoe the hungry turkeys followed the most iinportnnt nre making n jockey, cattle nt 2 of unlet agony, Kino-liie- 101 head of It and ly out. A moment wfetS familiar tinkle of the hell, picking the ruled oil' for foul riding stand ruled" off of hilent suspense, and a young to 11 cents and " hogs from various par- stocks clean of the worms ns they follownnd ties in this county for which they paid for life; nnd one prohibiting dnsli races' man Hew through the atmosphere ed him up one row and down the other. Is Receiving His for 3 yenr-old- s and upwnrds short of n hung himself on the fence. A horrible $:,..')0 per ewt. Andcron News. work of The turkeys have done.the mile. Heat races at short distances,' Two butchers from Oerninny are hi u .lond, ol..treHrou shriek of anguish, men and saved the crop. however, may be made. m m whoop, and the young man Hew down Chicago buying live cattle for export. A wide field is opening to American Dr. Saymoiiiie claims to have discover the nvenue with hi1 coat tnil in the soup. They claim that they can pay transportation charges ami duties and sell the ed a bacillus which causes baldheaded- - breeders of thoroughbreds and trotting Qood3 Warranted and a Perfect flt Guaranteed, Give him a Trial -- Kx. beef in Germany for from 10 to lo per ness in the Human heiug, nc cans u hon.es in South Ameiicn and already If the young ladled were as spunky as cent, less than German prices and yet That name many are going there. "bacillus ciinivororax." at-c-ep A C. SINK. J.N.MENBFEE they sho'uld be, they would refuse to The grand dams of Maud S., 2:0.sJ, Jay will do as well as any. The Doctor says: in the mnke n fair profit. nn escort homo from church J. A. nnd M.S. Cohen bought of dif- Ten parts of crade cod liver oil, ten parts Eye See, 2:10, Sunol, 2:10J, the three person of young men or boys who. , go to ferent parties last week, 0:1 1,100 pound of expressed juice of onions, and five fastest tiotters in the woild, are by thor- Dealers In church especially ior inui puipum.-cattle at 2' cents. James F.hnoru sold to parts of mucilage or the yelk of an egg, oughbred horses. eiieiiillv enter the cliurcli late au-- i w the Mercer Grain it Coal Company 21,- n Several of the California stables will nnd applied to tho thoioughly mixed cupy the buck pews. If a young man 000 pounds of tobacco at 7J cents per scalp once a week, will destroy the bacil- winter East to inoU the change of cli- courage and courtesy to call has not the mate in the tpiiu. pound. The land made about l.oOO li ami prevent baldness. on n oiing lady t home nnd ecort her pounds per acre. ll'irrodsburg DemoThat good old i.iro horse and veiy gatherings, Both of tho Dakotas have worked into creditable &Ire, Whisper, by Planet to rhun hand "other public crat. Scroll Work, Mouldings, new constitutions an important Mattio Gross, by Lexington, is dead. hhe hhouhl politely inform him that hht It. b. Salter bought of A. J. Kice, for their found her way to church alone and could I". S. Johnson, Macon, Cm,, a mare by modilicatibn of the jury system. Their He wiib owned by Mis. L. P. Tarlton, lareHud the way homo alone. If young Frankfort, Ky. and one year- constitutions contain provisions for Oedar and Locust Posts. would soon end l.co Paul, one forming tho petit jury system by giving dies would do this they Also bought from the ling lllly for$02o We will carry :i lull stotk of evirjlhiinj found in a Lumber Yard. outside the church Is a new way laws proTiiv Tins o.v Him. Here the crowding in and A. C. SINK, Iliitiness Maniger. for W. F. Anderson, of Ma- tho legislature power to enact men, many of whom same party verfor n girl to get rid of a late beau, who is doorbv voting Paul viding that in civil cases in courts mission in life is con, a weanling Hlly out of a l.eo three-fourth- s impervious to all hints. She gives him beem to think that their for $IW). James Voris Bold to K dicts may be rendered by mare unani- a pencil nnd a piece of paper nnd with to net ns escort In the manner referred to W. Lee :U) head of cattle, averaging 1,2118 of tho jurors. The 0t miles (lie shortest, II hour quickest between Make nbove. mous verdict has beemlono away with. ono of hor sweetest smiles snys: pounds, nt III cents per pound and to tho a row of eleven ciphers; now make n i OrThe following from the Sidings bIiowh Hamo pirty 4 head, averaging 1,111 lbs., One mile square denotes u rectangular straight mark downward on tho right of nt !l cents per pound, with one dollar oil" area measuring onu mile on each side. liow the Texas editor npologir.es: tho first cipher, upward on the right of H. L. Salter sold to Thos. A Texns editor having charged that 0I, tll0 i,t.ltj One square mile denotes the area of of tho fourth, and downward on the' I III I HI 'ood 10 head of 8.0pound cattle at such it piece irrespective of its shape. Mku7('E)'BU!iM,JMlSM'i'U Kutire Trains Run Through Without Change. the father of a rival editor nnd been in right of the fifth; upward on tho right of THROUGH CAR SERVICE. tho penitentiary, wan notified that he jjr, jrer hend a fraction less than $3 per Thus a piece of land one-hal- f mile wide tho seventh nnd eighth, downward on mmrir r'mm must retract or die. He retracted ns fob (vvti jt jit Hughes has bold for Ollio and two miles long would be ono square tho right of the tenth. The mnrks South Hound Train No ,, Pullman lioudoir Huff-c- i bleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans liiivtc "We find that we were mistaken j T,i,rim)11d n bav combined horse f years mile in area, but would not bo ono mile Bhould be about n quarter of nn inch Chattaiioouu to Shrevrport. weeKiiiniiiieiiigi Ben Keudig, of Philadelphia, for souare. The first expression denotes old to Train N. 5, Pullman Iloudolr IlulTct Sleeping in our Btntement lnfit long. If lie does not take tho hint you Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati editor'B Biro hnd been In tho penitentia- $270. Advocate. to Jacksonville and Knoxville. SUepcri St. I.oult j ?J shape and size, the second size alone. marry him to get rid of him. hnd better toNew Orli-nnvia M. ,V O. ry. TheefinrlB of his friends to have Now don't draw perpendicular lines be" A pair nf mules realized $200,000 in n I g.ivo you n pound of meUil and to imprisonment "If lii33$RnZ n' his sentence commuted Condensed Schedule iu Effect March 31, 1889 In ISIO William Par-go- r ordered you to uinko tho most of it, whnt tween the ciphers, but begin nt the top peculiar manner. -for life failed and he was hanged." sold a pair of mules for 28 ncres of kind of metnl would you select?" asked ii qf the first nnd draw n grnceful line lilCA.33 TJT. n n little rtJCA.D DOWN. Professor G. Frederick Wright, of land nlong the banks of tho Missouri well-knojeweler. "Gold, of course," downwards, inclining the hottom should TRAINS NORTH. SOU ill 'IKAINS e idol, river. Since that year cliangea in tho to the left. Tho upward strokes College, Iiiib a small No. 41. No. a. No. 6. No. 4, was the prompt reply. "I'd prefer a No. 1. No. 3. No. 3. No. 1. STATIONS. of the cipher. hx I.im. Daily Fast Daily Dally. recently brought up by a sand pump near river have increased tho tract to 200 pound of steel," said the jeweler, "nnd begin ot tho bottom Daily Ex, Sun. Daily. Ex. I.ln. Daily l.im. I.im. K. Sun, Daily. Bois City, Idaho, from a depth of 320 acres, worth $200,000, nnd Judge Stover, I'd have it made into hail springs for 640 Cincinnati II It, ICliglMl, j9 17 a in I 403 pm, S 00 pin 7 5 a m.U've .'illiamtown..-Iv- A'rvj 5 13 a ml 641 pm 1015 a in 33Pm Tub Fisiiek Kstatk. .., 030am 151pm e a!m feet below the surface of tho eaith. Ho of lCansas Citv. has hist alllrmed Mr. watches. J 47 pm J3ut. ui ,., A pound of such Hpnngs 953 4 iftam.r. (ieoriretown 714am 1138P m of Texns, wtis iu town Tliursdny, the m en am' 1 oj om'io o pm I mi ,.n.l maiiv other scientists think tlmt it is Parger's title to tho accretion of the html. would sell for an even $1 10,000." Lexington 348 am' 413pm 700am 11 10 p m m 30 pm 7 35 pmio55 itn ioS li guest of I'ol. Jnine8 A. Fisher. Mr. I.ve. .Lou. S. R. R. ...Arr.J iiwi ..i.Ii.mi murk of human life that has Tho Horseman. ..I.ve.. Unrein Arr.. is 11 desceiultinf of tlmt Fisher who Twenty-fou- r years and inoro have passyet been discovered and believe It to bo .lliirgin ,Arr a 55 a mi 3 aap m 5 50 a mho 50 pm George Clinton was governor of New years ngo settled in Culpepper U31 pm E 45 pm i J 16 a mill 17 am I.e.., Danville a 3s am ed since the civil war ended, yet during ninny 330 a mi0 3t p m am the work of the antediluvian mnn. 11 50 pm S ta n nil u 1 18 a mi ijipm 3 aoa m;ion pm York from, 1777 to 1705, 18 consecutive the 12 months preceding July 1, 1880, no county, Vn., nnd died tho heir to u lnrgo Junction City.., 15 pm 9 10 pm t 30a mill 4J ami I 05 a uij p mi . .Somerset J5 130am p TllO qilOS- - years, being elected six times nnd again 00 pm jgjiiam 4 ww a " money, now WollSTKDS AXI WOOLKXS. OaVdale 5 4 3$ 935 piu, " 5 5 fewer than 53,li7o names were added to fortune in Germany. The 6 50 pm 4 co a m 8 35 a ml 040 n m Ar'v.Chattanooca. .I.'vei 0 10 pm' 7 55a m what is the difieronco be- from KS01 to 1801, mnklng in nil 22 years tho pension lists. Subtracting the 10,507 umounting to $0 1,000,000, la in tho ltoynl ,0bo pm tion is asked, .Ar'v - - 7 35 m 100s m V 9101m 700 p m(l, ve i.nainiHiin ..., ... Attalla, 4 47 a "i oj p m 9 49 p miAr'v.. tween worsted cloth nnd woolen cloth as governor, nnd then retired to accept names dropped for dentil and othercaus-cs- , Treasury nt Hiiinburg nnd Mr. hnglish' J.... 300pm 300pm 1 11 V m 11 45 pm 1vt .. ilirminsham.. 15 yenrs in hunting up proof Worsted goods are com the Vice Presidency. ...I 1011m M'lirt answer i Tuscaloosa. I 30 a m O 08 p in we have n net increnso for the year of hns spent tiooop m ..Meridian . .Ve ,... 4 4Sam,Ar'v 11 as pm clnims of the Aniorlcnn hna been carded nnd In support of tho posed of wool that Orleans., l.'vel 4iSnikl3j5pm Now York Sun. 6 30 a in U 00 a in Ar'v.New From experiments nindo in Richmond, 37,108. ...alj 9 40 pm a m L'e.. ..Meridian.. .. .Ar'v whllo woolen goods are made of heirs. Ho thinks tho case is almost ful combed, j in prob 6 top in ,Ar'v . 9 10 am I.'ve .. Jackson . comb- - Vn., witli electric heaters, itBcems To l'uui'Aiiu a MusrAitn Plastku. ly prepared and hns no doubt but whnt 4 oopm wool that lms been carded but not II as a in I.'ve.. .Vicksburj;. ... Hint n passenger coach can be kept able Monroe 1005 a m witli the white of an the money will soon bo paid over. Dan35 pin I.'ve 4 Mixtho mustard .. .. . . 600 a m $ top i'l' . warm nt an expense of 2 cent3 nn hour, Instead of water. Tho result will ville cor. lioudoir lluflet Sleeping Cars, New Orleans 10 Cincinnati n Pullman sleeper tho current bding supplied by a dynnnio egg, "North.liound: Train No. a, Pullman The average cost of bo a plaster which will "draw" perfectly New Organs Krlemoyer says thnt childen born of STSnPNol6 is$l7,S12. There are now in uo j,mv on tho locomotive m or tender, u blister, even ','"" """''. '..Iluffet Sleeps Car.Cnr Chaitanooca toto Cincinnati.and Sliy tiers lick- . A ff,'ct-nin- r. well, but will not produce C ncinati nddictod to tho morphine hubty and 230 tourists 1'iillmnns. Tho women V. .JO. Sleeper from Knoxville to Cincinnati, 4 btandard wnville to Cincinnati, via W. . A. ana r. f., Dan Caudill shot and killed John upon tho Bkin of nn infant, no matter W()OI.LEV. Tr.iv Pass. Int.. Lexinzton. Kv. r tl... onmiiativ are placed at $10,- from . ..in HHsem iB allowed to remain upon nro practically morphine enters f.invAlllis. uen l rxss. ami lict. Agl. lOHNC.r.AUI.T, General Manaser. Cincinuati D. 20,201, I P.oyse in Rownn, hecaiiHo ho suspected how long it Ohio, birth. 782,002 mid the liabilities nt the part. of etenllng Iiib cattle. him uir-londl.IWO-pound toll-gat- T. J. Matcher Bold to V. L. Wntts, ft 1"'"c C0H" 'or "r' A. T. Nuniiclloy sold in Cincinnati u tut cnttlo nt !IJ ctn I have alotof feeders for Hale. .1, K. Hrtice, Stanford. John Smith wold to a Madison county party It aged mules nt $110. A Wnshlngton man bought 1,000 turkeys at ) cents a pound on foot. li. (.!. (.Jovtir bought of Jus. Stephen hoii a pair of nged mules for StOO. J. II. S.mdidge sold to an Illinois mare for party a combined mi U'-- Ki'iril g. p Programme of Lincoln County Teachers' Association, To bo held nt Milledgevillo Friday night and Saturday morning, Nov. 2.M and 23d: Welcome nddrcss.Mrs. Beltiel-'ubanks- . Response, N. W. Hughes. Don't be a Drone in Die Kducationsl Hive, Miss Kmma Dodd. The Importance of a County Library, Mrs. J. F.Gover. How May Kentucky Parents bo InTheir duced to Take as Much Interest-lChildren as They do in Their Hoises and Cattle, W. F. McClary. .Means of Securing Study, Miss Fannie Wright. Kurfucky Schools Need More Work, Miw Bettie Carter. The. Relation Between the State mid IMiication, W. F. Nilcs. The Teacher's Duty to Himself and to His Profession, Miss Bogle. l'rrorsin Teaching Mr. Michum, W. C. Wolford. Dillercnco Between Education and Instruction, Miss Alice Stewart. The Value of Civics in the School, Messrs. Chappcll, Davis, Hughes and McClary. How to Get tho 1'roper Kxpression in rending, Messrs. Hille and Benson. 1'ssay, Miss Mittie Crow. Is a Classical Education Essential to the American Gentleman, MisseB Maggie and Lydia Iewis. 'Classicsvs. Mathematics, allirnuUive, Mrs. CJover, U. L. Davis, N. W. llugheB, W.C. Wolford; negative, Miss Stewart, W. F. Niles, John A. Chappcll, Mr. Michum. Teachers, let's nil go. The public expected to attend. W. F. MlClaky, President. CHURCH AFFAIRS. meeting held at the Christian church, Versailles, by Elder 0. S. Lucas, of Virginia, increased the membership 81. Thirty-nincolored people were baptized Sunday in the old Barbee pond near the this side of Danville, the fruits of a big revival in progress at the Baptist church in that town. The membership now numbers nearly 800. The Tullahoma, Tenn., Guaidian saysthat Rev. Joe A. Monday, who was expelled from the church at Morristoun for immoral practice, lias returned, confessed the eriorof his way and promised to lead n better life. The vote to restore him not being unanimous, the question was laid over, init it Is thought he will be given another chance. Tho union meeting continues with unabated interest. There have been over 40 confessions and additions, the Baptist church receiving of those who who have joined 22 and the Presbyterian 17. Roys. Hunt and Helm are doing most of the preaching with occasional assistance by Rev. T. J. God bey, of the Methodist church. An Lost His Head ! Everybody Excited WON BY A HEAS -- Want to be Ahead, lss S. L. POWERS & .G.RUPLEY,- CO- ' 700-poun- Hew-swiftl- y nt 1KWfaffl 1M3GWmjL FALL AND WINTER GOODS. la ' ' S1PIE & IESUEFEE, P.OUG-- S&SH, boors .asm BkXJiSraS JgO Brackets and PATENT WIRE AITD SLAT FENCE, first-clan AST!) DFuESSSD LUMBER, Ialhs, Shingles, Etc., J d ..- - jmmi$i Cincinnati and New mnjEmdsMi Wll'lll "h fi leans. I s Ob-erli- fga37- ' Hlnt-Bton- l I I'n-glis- 1 1 I 1 1 111 111 . 1 J -- ' 111 port 1 ."! 370. .' t ' """"i1 .'..- -' " '" ' nry ?'!??:liiM'l'.i","".'li"l".'"l''""'" ""'' ii'iiiwMiiMiiJliMiMtllWllllllllimlllMI iw 'jTr-T1"' 7 kj yrr " VfA I ft vv . ;F Forty saloon keepers were arrested ia Cincinnati .Sunday.lor violating Jho Sunday law by'keeping side doors opo'n. Thomas Ballard has been appointed postmaster at Ijiwrenceburg. Tho Little 8TANFOHD, Ky., Novkmhkh IS), Red Hog championed tho cause of one Searcy And as usual got left. NEWS CONDENSED Miss Sadie Smith was drowned nnd W. P. WALTON. Miss Fannie Reeso barely escaped by Campbell's official majority in Ohio their buggy capsizing in a swollen creek goods. to, to is 10,87:t nigh for EmmettG. Now York got it near Cymhiana Sunday. Ah the timo draws Two illegal voters in JVewest (roods, rices, Commissioner Mason's report shows Logan, tho bright, particular light of tho year each in the penitentiary. Novelties employes. that the Internal revenue rcceiptsduring Louiavillo Times, to take hU long promAllen 0. Myers has severed his conor the asti sea vear were gl'WMlU.-Kto of a news- nection with tho Cincinnati Enquirer. ised relief from tho troublci tho pievious year. Zack Phelps, of Louisville, has been $tl,57,58 more thitn paper olllce, ho begins to realizo that afThere is more in the Brazilian revoter all ho had better endure tho ills he elected president of the American Base lution than wits at first thought. Dom The Boots, Shoes, Caps, of Dry Goods, has than fly to others that lie knows not Ball Association. has been given 24 be We too $r,., Con- Pedro, the Finperor, of. Hu was born to preside over tho desDr. H. C. Cabell, surgeon of the did not take that to these We tiny of a newspaper and one can soo at federate army, and T. C. Leak, worth hours to get out and he We'll long. a glance th.it nature never intended him half a million, died at Richmond, Va. on, low Joseph Hodges and wife, living near legs tire too long for for a fanner. His Benjamin F. Ianson, who killed a consequence is left their two children nt him to thin com with comfort, even if negro named Hodge, near Annapolis, Archie, Mo., homo while tliey visited a neighbor's, a his feet were not too largo to pass be- Md., was fined $:230 as a punishment. quarter of a milo away. When they reTito Classical aud Business College tween the rows, do after viewing the turned their home was in ashes and the - situation from its various and multitudnt North Middletown burned Thursday children burned to death. inous standpoints, bo to speak, ho has night. Loss $40,000; insurance 7,000. Iowa dispatches to tho New York advice of agreed to be governed by tho Sullivan, the man who killed Tribune are to the effect that the prohibof resigning tho posifriends and instead Frank Armstrong, at Lexington, has ition law will not be repealed by the legtion ho so admirably fills, ho will Ret a been let out ot jail on a $2,000 bond. islature and that Senator Allison will bo leavo of absence atid provide himself A premature explosion occurred round-tricase he should while blasting near Butte, Mont. Six his own Biicccbsor in the United States ticket in with a best. You feel here. find that farming is not tho tho thing it persons were killed and two made sight- Senate. goods is A great uiass meeting of Catholics iu iscrackod up to he. Wo have hope, less. on, a, gets best more was held Sunday night, in therefore, that before the flowers bloom Tolbert Smith killed a man named Baltimore high license in. town. less in tho spring he will again cross his Dickersou, in Harlan, with an axe, in a which it was resolved that is the only feasible and hopeful means of With every goods give beautiful legs under the sumo inahogony fight growing out of the Howard-Turnon exterminating the deluge of vices and with Newman, Emerson and Wotkins, feud. which drunkenness is the fruitwhile thoy sing that good old hymn.J'Oh A thief has been captured at St. crimes of sJurce, and that the license should why was I tempted to roam ?" Louis whose specialty was attending fu- ful make it practically nerals, where he stole property valued be put so high us to In cases where the heinous offense of at $0,000. prohibitory as regards the multitude of rape is charged people are apt to let The depot at Flat Lick, on tho Cum- low salooiiH. their feelings run away with their judg- berland Valley Branch, burned Friday Thk Mt. Vernon Signal has a corresment. Mobs frequently hang tho wrong night, supposed to be tho work of an inpondent who signs his name Buck man and juries sometimes convict more cendiary. Main St., M. SALINGER, Is this our townsman, Mr. W. K. . on the pressure of outsido influences T. B. Upton, who killed Dr. Varnon, who is familiarly known as - than upon the evidence. About a year in a quarrel which grew out of n Buck? Pugli, who had , ago Elihu and Joseph prohibition election, was acquitted at At Mt. VtT- SlIOOTI.NU AND Ct'TTINU. hitherto borne good reputations,. were ' Con! SJurnera. Elizabethtown. arrested for rape and so great was tho afternoon Hugh Mcliargue Saturday Gold has been discovered in large non indignation in Fleming that tlfey nar William Bloomer at tho L. & . keep on hand a No. i quality of Jelhco. Lily quantities in North Carolina, one man attacked in ruy, yard. Leave your or Jen i.t .'rowly escaped lynching. In order to depot with a pocket knife, cutting a gash and NuV SCoal Myer.' tlorcaad they II U.iiend- Yard or S obtaining as much asL',000 pennyweights J' " Su.'farJ. Kfy. the outraged public feeling, their in in his side elo.se to the heart. Bloomer ed.o promptly. two hours' work. cases were railroaded through the court a pistol and shot Mcliargue, the John L. Sullivan is no longer sport- pulled 1 of and they were each given 20 years right eye. Mcliargue I ing editorof the Illustrated News. The ball entering his old four-foproof of their to tlte platform Sinco their incarceration, fell from tho paDer. however, will back him in all his be to Lot, inncense of tho most convincing kind fights. He is likely to meet Jackson. railroad track. The parties had been at A of has been brought to light nnd last week . . nrtfni eccunieil by Mr outs heretofore nnd had hail several new been decided at Birmingham, It has 'Vcr-PLC .and can be on tho strength of it Gov. Buckiht set quarrels. Both were drinking consider gBrToSSV. i "A . .. Aililrcaior call on Ala., that the killing of the ten men who ' u. ASDIRSON ll.tnir. k.nw. It was otiiainni y' IInartraiu fight occurred. free. them when tho fell at the attack of the jail there during ably Or J'. M. McKOUKKfS Stanford, K. first hoped that both men would die, jus- at Hon. Jkffkksox Davis, the venerable the Hawes riot, last December, was but they wont, yesterday's news from Confederate leader, is suffering with tifiable. Oils, School Books, Wall I them being to tho effect that they were The late John Crerar, of Chicago, in acute bronchitis, which considering his Dr. Peyton went up to getting well. low first-clas- s KarnolTjoAcre.. "tuMed on advanced ago 80 years" is quite serious. his will left two million ahd a quarter see about thorn. I with t..ell ray good Mid Kirk.v.lle J.ile, a to do for that city, Speaking of Mr. Davis calls to mind the dollars for a public library the Hyalt.ville """"f Lancaitr It l wrll watered, ha. upon -i- n f.l. unci MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. fact that he has an elaborate article in and $1,300,000 to relatives, friends aud best workman-lih- c dwelling hou.e. ..able, orchard al.o lour all the necenary convenitncei. I Very the current number of Belford's Maga- charities. Mr. Wood Wallace, the enterprising thyWCtJ.'HANSP KKRV WEST, IMatuvUle Richard Ten Broeck's wife has apzine, in which betakes tho ground that gents' furnisher, Louisville, is to marry a protective tariff is unconstitutional and plied for a guardian for him, claiming Mrs. Mary Cannie on the 27th. SALE OR Beems to prove it Mr. Davis has one of that ho is not capable of managing Ids it. S. Snow obtained license yesterthe greatest minds the country lias ever affairs. The old lurfmau is 80 years of day to marry Miss Bessie, the daughter produced and what lie writes commands age. A I.ARGK AND COMMOpioySIIOUSE . at Pleasof William Criesler, street, in Lancaster, on DantllleauitaDie tor a brood mares and 10 yearif he is regarded as a traiSeventeen attention, even uv.i.ik ant Point Church. s ling colts, tho property of Look A Smith, tor by half of the country. Pretty Miss Adaline Hoard, daughter - """-- , were burned at tho old Standiford farm, outcry on Monday, Dec. a A doctor at Chattanooga is in jail five miles from Louisville, Thursday of a wealthy Fleming county farmer, ho e door i A House in which you can find killed herself because her fatherohjected charged with having 10 Jiving wives. night. The loss is over $25,000. Addr.J W. Miller. to her marriage. difer.Millrsboro. He acknowledges the soft impeachment, A wealthy Indiana farmer became Invitations have been received by as it were, and gives as an excuse that violently insane from the effects of reher friends here to the marriago of Mies his love for women is bo uncontrollable ligious excitement, and attempted to Addio Folger, of Jessamine, to W. A. that it takes more than pne to satisfy the sacrifice his wife and boy. MT. VERNON. KY. cravings of his abnormal heart. It is They escaped and he then blew tho top Shriver, of Verdin, III., on Dec. ."d. Hotel'.!, still maintain A story comes from Henry county Thi. old and hoped that after he has served a term in of his head off. that Col. Swope had a sweetheart there ,ng it. fine reputation. Charge, reasonable. infraction of tho penitentiary for each Svenska Torgeson, living near SU w hen attention to the travelinj public Any or the above good3 exchanged for Country Produce the law, he will be satisfied that it is Paul, Miun., being afraid of banks, kept whom he was preparing to visit M.P NEWCOMB, I'rop., and that she has Mt. Vernon, Ky. "better to make one woman miserable his money concealed in his house and he met his trauic death, Si tl been prostrated with grief ever sinco. We do a strictly Cash Business and our prices aro the than to try and make, ten happy. last week his bones and the remains of LOWEST Dome and see what we can save you. his wife were fouud in the embers of his was president for David R. Atchison JunoBFo&TKit, of Topeka, has already R. B. by un- exactly 24 hours, and was probably the entered the field as a candidate for U. S. home, which had been burned SUCCtSSOR 'M) known parties. only Chief Executive whoso AdminisadSenator to succeed Ingalls. fie will It is alleged that the talk of a revo- tration was never criticized. The term WMIOHAEL, THE HATTER, Next door to Portman House. of the prohibivocate a Stanford, Ky. lution in Brazil is with tho view of in- of President Polk expired with tho third tion question, which Ingalls opposes and 6U4TUAVENUB. creasing the prices of coffee and rubber, of March, 1819, and the 1th of Mnrch in tho battle will bo fought on that LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. it makes little both of which have advanced. This that year falling on Sunday President As both are republicans worth of elect Taylor was not willing to take tho $60,000,000 dilierenro so far as their votes go, but country imports The Nobbiest & Most Stylish the retirement of Ingalls would be a coffee and $10,000,000 of rubber from oath of office upon that day. The hitter's Stock of- inauguration did not take place therefore-untimuch of a blessing almost as the recent that country yearly. noon on Monday, thefith. Senator The suit of J. B. T. Daviess' adminT .extinguishment of Forakor and 5c istrator vs. the Newark Life Insurance Atchison being then the presidingoihcer Co. for 'JIO.OOO, which has been pending nf the chamber, and having the natural The Hardin County Independent is for eight years in the Meicer circuit' succession in the absence of president or DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, vindicated. The grand jury indicted court, was decided in favor of tho ad- - vice president, was at tually chief exeeu- - Ever trouht to tho city ol Uui.ville. no. opei. ' . of his the 1... .!..!.... I.... William Showers fortiio murder FANCY ARTICLES, &.G. miuistrator, the jury iiuding that his live ot tuu repuoiic tiiiriug ouuuuj, incluilinK CO'S.HAIS v JOlVlTrit t.'mM wife, Lena Showers, which that paper death was accidental and not by suicide. March 4th, 181!). nui'- wa KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & I'hyjlcum preicriptim.. accurately compounded. had the timerity to charge at tho time .. . A. I). Shaw and Frank Swiggert, of UIK' yyL nnn. ntnnii unn nmrwi taiinn of Bnulith llt In the crushing reverse which the of the mysterious death und for which Indiana, have been appointed Deputy 7 line ol Csnci and I.yon' Vm sustained in and Cap An elcRant alway. oil hnd. Fine negro party has ho was assaulted by tho fellow now ac- Third Auditor of tito Treasury and chief Celebrated Umbrella ; the Old Dominion, tho president of the cused by the law of the most heinous of a division in the controller's oflico res CAPS, THE LARCEST STOCK OF also rebuked, fornomnn SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, WATCHES, crlmo possible the wilful murder of a pectively. Harrison will have tho State United States is Order, has done moio to promote the fortunes Gloe and other Kur., a ipecmlty. trusting wife. CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. young, beautiful and of Indiana in Washington before his perfect .all.factior guaran-,of the conglomeration of scouiidrelism yi Ever brought to tin. market, i'rice. lower thon term expires if he continues at his pres- and barbarism which is captained by I...I toorderaNOIIUV HAT. IWi Tiik only Kentucky editor's wife who the lowctt. Watchei, Clock, and Jewelry He. ent rate. Brigadier Mahono than the present occupossessed a pair of diamond oarringtj had paired on ihortjnotlce and warranted. American Base Tho deadlock in tho pant of tho White House. Tho utter them stolen the other night. Burglars ball Association over tho election of a rout of Mabone, comprehending likeentered the residence of Biuce Champ, president was broken by tho retirement wise a stampede of phariseeism in tho at Paris, and nmong other things got of tho Brooklyn and Cincinnati clubs," administration, cannot fail to have it good away with his new wife's ?2o0 pair, and to hump himself to which havfj joined thej.eague, and tho effect upon the entire country. Chicago tho editor will have will probably bo a combination Herald. keep peaco in tho family by replacing outcome bjtweeii the Association and BrotherV IHIaBH2HmBHB!?5ii-!them Christmas. A man thus advised his boy: "My hood clubs. Let tho bo an Keimund Holzay, the "Black Bart" son, don't Tiik returns show that tho republican olllce seek you and then dodge. You c& CO., candidate for lieutenant governor of of Wisconsin, has confessed to tho inur- have to tako your hat oil too much, votes. This is der oijisaniter fieiscnuui, oi Ohio is elected by only HUSTONVILL.E, KY. lviwn voiir bat on and bo a man. Dig too close for luck and Maiuis, tho dem- III., and the robberies of tho Gogebic potatoes, drive oxen, saw wood, cut bait, Hill In the limlnefi and ready to do a any full ocrat, will contest. Having gotten most stage and the Wisconsin Central train. hunt frogs by moonlight and buy an old Are i.. ,u. Mn,!..ri,iMnir linn. We have of M kind, and Kobe, .toe of Cic and of tho earth in Ohio, it is little wonder Ho claims that his head is wrong nt cellar nnd retail it out for post holes, but of every detcnption Casket,hcafie, which ia nearli Our patience and boots out Mr obtained on yhort that tho democrats want it all ami little times and it is then that ho does tlie.se don't wear your postoffieo four times it new can becharge of dirbu.ine..notice. will, J U .how and by going to the Oreenha. deeds. Tho jury gave him tho have it. our violent doubt that thoy should day, expecting always to get u thousand-- m,r good, to any one needing anythlnu in4'U VPMii llnr bi'iicllt of the doubt about his story and yellow envelope tilled with a two Tub president is congratulating him- let liiin oil' with lifo imprisonment, when dollar olllce. Kx. self in thesq dark days of popular con- death would ill atone for his crimes. An exchange says: Over in Indiana a demnation of his miserable administra.loli n Lands, of New Albany, Ind., man went out hunting and while ho was Thi. notice forewarn, hunter., fishermen and ho killed three wild ducks at land, without tion, that followed his faithless wife, to Nashville, tints .iiirairi(l there camo A big rnin nni I the full- shot while seeking surcease from the where he discovered not only that sho ho sought shelter in a hollow log. Ihe one of the law. SiRned: swell- e.t extent world in tho HOIM'KR. soaked with water and sorrowBof an unfriendly Imd married her lover but that ho him- log became the aperture was two small for T..McLu6l.KinS,jR.M.S. WAWOHMAl. Marvland swamps last week. legal husband nnd that ed until to get out again. Then ho was fcoilT.McAMSTEK, J, K "."iVirilMAN self was not her tho man Will keep constantly on hand a large and solect?line of Furniture ifo quickly reviewed his 25 per cent, not his four children were illegitimate, the in a dilemma, went Diamonds and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such&roods all shameless mother confessing that her past life and when he came to think that long ago, and now we aro told that ho was a tWliniiuont suhseriber to his I . Vlft Vlftlirrhf. in tVio niflnn V "V v if) .MKh. . ... . !,. silk goods have advanced 20 per cent. llrst husband is still alivo and that sho homo paper, he felt so small that ho i:.'.;: ;.v.,;w.inn .onewr. f, " iosh auam rftTI ...- 0..v . v v.wbo. w.o mo a irmi una vou will hr. r.nn. . . ....viwk'hv. in two instan- crawled out of tho hole without any trou- II W f'.AINKS J. for the poor is therefore md committed bigamy The outlook vincea tnat I sell lower than tho lowest. Mr..SAMrOKUIKWIN ces. ble. very disheartening. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Tiik New Haven Echo cSmes to us double iU ioriacrsjio andcorrvspondlnjg-l- y improved. Editor Barry hisn't much of a town to ba'ck him, but vfbat thoro Is of it seems to npprecinto his efforts and 1889 lend him a helping hand. PERS0ADEBT- persuade customers into buying Various methods are resorted Our nersuadcrs are always the Lowa P the the Best Such arguments and courteous and most Attractive never fail auracc cusion. Clothing, greatest stock Hats and must turned into cash. bought 'Trunks, Carpets, Matting, new know better next markets. are a little much. prices tempted our buyer his late trip East, aud the time; but the .Pat You'll Get Values You Never Dreamed of Before p er uneasy when trading needn't Not cheap makes, but the are firm, our prices are Jinn and our system firm. Every Our square footing, and the or the least, bodifmeets here than, at any other place for you buy will dollar's worth of you a chance the Organ at $200 eTHE 1 LOUISVILLE STORED Manager. Var-no- n. Stanford. Over-stre- et Attention, ap-pea- so ot FOB. S AliE Having purchased the interest former and Brick House nnd . & Mr. Slatt, will conduct the business at the stand, where shall pleased supply the wants all ICS! I patrons from a Paper, Jewelry watch " FARM FOR SALE he Full Stock of Drugs! Paints, and Silverware at prices, for goods. I have a Jeweler, ready jewelry repairs in the style. respectfully, FOR RENT. i -- W. B. 3oEOBHBTS. -- KHS,!-sraNEWCOMB "n XiP i9 Just What Groceries, is Needed ! HOTEL. Spe-c- Dry Goods and Notions, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, Glassware, &c. two-year-o- GEOGEGHAN, JOITE3 BEOS., l -- Ae Mo PJOTSTY, - Ma-hon- e. HAT world-rdiowns- .1 DR.TJQG-IS- 9 ... I .,, jmjil,flyg,j f'SafPAvtti f V1) iy,' MSS d office-seeke- r. MEW FUMITURE STORE! M AOJK HUFFMAN IPBWPc '- J. T. STTTTOIT C -'- I XlSmmmmmm'flPtSm9 POSTED. ti' 1 -- ....... a.ii . i ( s Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Nttwlotof jnwcilry niul wutchoa jimt received. , " AV, H. Mcltobcriu. 8TANFfiU, Ky., NovEMIIKIt 19, 1889 Will sell cheap. nearly now. XKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Tiik gentleman who borrowed my Apply at this ollke. .. overcoat will greatly obligo me by ruGo to It. Zimmer for fresh oysters and fturuingit atonco. J. N. Menefee. celery. Ho keeps them constantly on mm tt.o. due. Foil a nice, easy shave or a fashiona baud. A couple of elegant room on I.nncmUr Street, ble hair cut go to Jcssu Thompson's bartillable lor oflico millinery or John Xkwi.and, who always makes a MEAM IMIHESS. ber parlors. Ho keeps up with tho times W.G WLLCH, good olllccr, is temporarily illling the ofand will Borvu you In tho latest stylo, Com k and boUIo your uccount. A. K. fice of city marshal. . . ADMINISTRATRIX' SALE Ponny. I in: Sterling, Kansas, papers tell of a I am prepared to kill and dress hogs Watches and jfcwolry repnlred and for those wishing it done. Leave orders delightful party given Misses Annie und warmnted. A. 11. Penny. The undersigned Administratrix of the estate of Klla Shanks by Mrs. Dr. P. P. Win. I.nwuoii, deed , will mpote at public tale Tiik best place to buy druK, patent at my shop. M. F. Klkin. also speaks of a hop ... at Mi late residence In (jarrard county, Ky.,nh Tho papcis medirliu'H and toilet articles is at A. It. Nkw lot of jewelry, watches and sil- which tho young men will give in their Penny's. Nov. '89, All silverware honor this week. lluv your Hcbool bookn, ink, tablet. verware Just received. The following pcrional property Lclonginc to the nil sold will be engraved at reasonable rates. pujK'r, pencils and school mipplli'R of Mu. It. C. Waiikkn etui nod from Klcvcn head and fit ale: kiudn from A. It. I'mitiv. W. It. Mcltoberts. well bmlte Moulicello yesterday. He told us that and in Kid order ; one pair ofMulesMuck mare . ' extra nurse .Mule, t mare Mule, two Mulct, iorrel Tiik Presbyterian and It iptist churches in the case of Hates for killing Partleson, PERSONAL POINTS. MuleColta; t bay Horse, roan Mare, brown Mare, eray Mare, a broke to work milk Cow,, aro making decided improvements in in which he represented the prosecution, fat Ileilen, Calvri Hogs, etc ; Mil. Hkn .Simi.di.no, of Ia'Iihiioii, wiw their places of worsjiip by setting out the jury failed to agree and were finally , Also Farming Implement, including a new tliiH city Fri.lay. in Reaper and Hinder W'aguii, etc ; shade trees in front of each. dismissed, standing 0 for manslaughter Ten stacks nf Timothy Hay, o stacks of Clover Mim 1:U)U H.u.lou in vlmtitiK ber Uland all other personal property belonging to the Mihs Bki.i.k Poor and other friends of and six for acquittal. ster, Miwt Kllen, at Komi'mot. cttaie, give a supbe made nn the Snow. The llrst snow of the season 'I trim: Sate will under fio, cash following terms: J. T. Tatk, of the lumber firm of Tate Pro. Parties' aro arranging to For all amounts i fur sunn Sio per about the 1st of December to raise came heavily enough yesterday to have and over a cred t of i months, purchaser toofexe. it Co., Ilrodbead. wits beru .Saturday. good seiurlty, payable to cute note with pres- covered tbu ground several inches bad Mihm'Mahv McltoitKKTri, of Danville, funds to si'iid him as a ChrNtma bearing 6 percent interest from day of sale, negooible and payable in the ent. not been thoroughly saturated with it ban been visif'iK Mru. S. S. MeHobertM. National nank of Lancaster, Ky. ' at)' MALCF.V. I.AWSO.V. J. II. Fohtku in traveling in Southern Kiikii Hai.p.v, h brskemsn, got one of the rain that had been falling since SatAdministratrix Wm. I.awson, deed. Kentih-.kg urday night. As it was melted as fust as for tho Stanford .toiler Millu. his hands fearfully mangled while All person haling claims against the estate will Mit. and Miii.S. V. Uovi,a.m, of Dun cars at Hazel Patch. It has been it fell, but it was a miserably mean day present them properly proven to II. C. Kauffman, Attorney, Lancaster, kv., or to the undersigned. 'P. amputated. It is a pity tho L. & N.ilocs out all the same. vllle, bave been vlflitliiK Col. and Mra. MAI.CENA I.AWSON, Admx. V. .Miller. Marktbury, Ky. not devise some plan to prevent the Tiik colored pension agent, Geo. Craig, Mil Jack Maiiti.v, of Martin & Per brakemen from disabling themselves as hasBecurcd for Martin McCormack, a ! kiiiH, tobacco manufacturers, Ilrodhetu), they so frequently do. blind negro, n resumption of the paywn in thin city Friday. KTANroim is at present the dirtiest, ment of his pension to. tho amount of Wikkiikii Witiikiw repreMented tho :f :m. muddiest, darkest town on the continent. ISO I. He gets $7'2 a month. Sunday-schoo- l lias boughtthe right lo sell the Kureka Quilting ChrltHian church at tho pension was stopped about a year Attachment in Lincoln, Garrard and lloyle counhave been doubled for the last two Taxes convention at Perry villi. equally well all makesof sewing vet thorn Is no improvement in ago on a charge that he was rendered ties. It works do ten times on woik in a day of the machines; will Mini F.uma Gauuakii, a bandHomu years and any other manner of quilting: in fact it is one of taxes levied ar blind by a family disease, but Craig prov- greatest labor savers cscr offered to the female brunette from Clay county, is vtattiiiK itseonditlon. Hall tho collected there ought surely to bo enough ed to the contrary to a special examiner sex. He will call to see you in a few days. 77 her friend, Mixs foulso Pal ley. give tis a better condi- from Washington, and hence tho renewMn. H. G. Hail, the clever toiler of money raised to al of it. & WATTS, the Somerset Hanking Company, is vinit-iii- tion of afliilrH. . who reveals Tiik Richmond Register devotes nearly bin parents und friends here. ROWLAND, KY., Phok. A i.mkiia, clairvoyant, .Mim i'At'UMK (JuiMK.- - is vIsltitiK ber with wonderful correctness, the past, a column attempting tho solution of the Keep constantly on hand a splcrdid line of brother, Mr. J. S. Ctriiucs, at KliwbetJi present and future, is having a veritnble problem "Why is it that there is no Family Croceries, town. harvest here. Ills oillco at Mr. Peter change in the price of beef steak when Kiev, Ukouor Hunt was called to is crowded from morning till butcher cattle ato constantly on tho de- And sell them at the lowest prices. Prrduce of all Straub's kinds taken in exchange at market quotations. itiKton yesterday by a telegram hUttiug night with the curious who have not the crease'" Tho same question .might be Fresh goods every day, (live us a call. CAKUIKK A WATTS. 78 that hie daughter was low with scarlet patience to await their future. Tho last discussed here, but for the lilx'rnlity of who would not care if the fever. of this week the Prof, will hold a seance our STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. Mknhiis. F. McClaiiv Hiid L 0. when our local spiritualists will assist price were raised to a dollar a pound if life and well All ner Jones have returned from lloukejintle, him in calling spirits and doing other the steak would be changed from the pleased wife let them use i'atent lour made at present chewing gum state. wliero they bad several days of successwonders. .Stanford Roller Mills. Call for it at your gro FoiiSalb. A gauge rod, W. 0. It. Alstott has been appointed Wiikv in need of anything in tbu gro cery lino call on Carrier it Walts, at postmaster at Alstott, Casey county. Rowland. -- BOOTS AND SUnAMLS. UNDERWEAR, walton, Manager FOR RENT. t. Artios, Gum Eoots, Gum Coats, 73-- tf m m True-hear- t. SLICKERS, Wednesday, I aj, m m Neckwear, Gloves, Mufflers, I .- ,- I Collars and Guffs, Dress Shirts, Over-all- s, Mow-r- ii Clothing in Suits, Overcoats and Pants, at Citi-ici- BRUCE & McROBEBTS'. WTETTCa 7 STew eoii-lln- 8o-- at Quilting Attachment MUF1H5 Jersey Jackets, McCor-mack- 's si:m:s K m m CARRIER New Plush NEW GYPSY AJSTD Jackets, YAM. .3 New Line Stamped Scarfs and Tidies, GERMAKT0WN I- - r an pays a handsome it. Tub Danville Advocate contains the them to keepMill or get will order from athem and pleasant guarantee and I it at the. tribute to the life of Col. A. M. Swopo in information that two weddings will oc- get interesting lamity. and V. N. 1'OTTS. Superintendent. oS tho Isst issue of tho Danville Advocate. cur at Hustonville some time in the near In his well written article he tells of a future and tho lucky gentlemen to par;, roiv slight misunderstanding between them ticipate will bo citizens of Danville. This while ho was editor of tho Advocate and will be sad news to a couple of our town the manly manner in which Col. Swope boys, who imagined they bad a little If not sold privately bclore,onI ssill offer at public auction acknowledged himself in the wroinr, claim on these young ladies, that will Dee. 2, 1889, Bhowing that he possessed with his ma-n- p shortly wed. Courting life is not unlike e square, my County court day, on the other accomplishments tho power to whatsome distinguished Keutuckianbas desirable house ana lot 01 nve acres on Danville M. C. SAUFLEY. street, Stanford. ask forgiveness when be had erred. said about politics, but yet it goes on nl Laramie City. Wyo. the same. Wk bave received dozens of letters A niAMiEof schedule on the K. C. from all parts of tho country ordering a into e fleet Sunday, by which the copiesof our issue of the 12th, which conman." A full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Tree?, tragedy and trains on the Richmond ltranch are giv- Grape Vines, Small Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, Mu. P. J. Hauniieiis, of liarrodsburg, tained tho Swope-Goodloand everything for the orchard and garden We lias Iwn appointed mail tnesenger on tho burial of Col. Swope. Considering en slower time than before. The Rich- employ no agents but sell direct at low prices to the K. C, and will take charge Wednca the fact that nearly overy paper in the mond train leaves as before at 7 a. ji. ar- the planter Personal inspection of our immense Invited. Description catalogue with valua. day. Mr.' It. G. Alford, who has been United States printed an account of it, riving at Richmond at 10, 13 minutes la- stock Me suggestions on application. 11 F. HII.LENMEYER, running extra, has given much natisfac-tion- . it seems that the Intkiiioii Jouhnal is ter. Returning it leaves Richmond at Lexington, Ky. 7lt exceed1:40 and reaches here at 5:110, giving it IK) keeping up its reputation as an Miss Maooik Hiiiii, having received ingly reliable paper and those who want minutes more time to make theltO miles. KORgraduate in straight facts don't mind waiting a day Miss Ilettiu Hernard'Cbase was nearly ber diploma as a right when she sang in her topical song, A tbu iutriciti) mysteries of the milliner's or so to hear tlieYn. " The Kentucky Central it the tlutvctt road of all. Sunday art, returned from Tiik Cincinnati Knquirur says that tho I will sell the house known as the night, lookiug'all tho better for ber sev will of the late Col. A. M. Swopo will bo It leave Kkhino.id in the spring and gelt to Stanford in the (all. era! mouths' stay in the city. probated in this county and ids brothers T11.1. Tai'I'kd. Mil. J. I. McKinnkv has been pro At nn early hour SatWilliam M. and James H. Swope are ap- moted to sueriutendeut of the Mobilo pointeil his executors under the will urday night Mr. It. Zimmer discovered and Montgomery division, one of tho without IfOinl. Ho divides bis property that his money drawer had been relieved For ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS cash. most important on the road. Jim's up equally between his two brothers and of $10 to $0 in money, and remember- y ward tendency induces bis friends to ing that Mit Hiubry, of tho noted negro-famil. four sisters, each receiving a believe that bo will yet bo the general part. What the estate consists of anil of rogues, hud been in the store The Cottage opposite the Railway Depot, a short time before to buy a pie, he susmalinger of the I.. & N. liow valuable It is can not be stated, al pected him of tho theft. Procuring n though a friend estimates Col. Swope's CITY AND VICINITY. Formerly occupied hv H E. Miller, at the same worldly ollVets at $.'00,000. It is thought warrant at once, it was placed in the place for KIOHT HUNDKKD DOLLAKS hands of the tcmiinrnry marshal, Peter cash. KkaiiT. It. Walton's ad. that be baa considerable land in somo of .. Hampton, who went to MacksviHe to Same can Le seen by applying to Mr. W Y. KenWestern States. Skk thoincondeBcont, 80 caudle power the nedy, Crab Orchard. serve it. After searching several houses An issue or two ago we made mention, lie at last found him in one up stairs, lamp at V. It. McUoberts. It beats the I OTIENHKIMFR. No. 30 State Street New ork editorially, of M. Dawson Hughes, edit- lie told him to come with liiin and electric. or of the Lancaster News, and supposed while the negro pretended to bo tving St'iT. P. T. Downs, of this division, he wonhf in turn show his appreciation has an assistant now in tho pursou of I.. in a card of thanks or something of the his shoes, Mr. Hampton saw him reach for something under the bed and slip it S. ltobertsou, late superintendent of tbu kind for the honor of his name appear- in his pocket, and ho grabbed at his arm. X. division. O. Proprietor ing in oiircoIumnH. Instead of this hi1 As he did so the negro cocked a pistol in E. H. BURNSIDE, Fivi: ui'Nnni:i) foreign and American ingratitude prompted him to lire loose at his face and Hampton, who was not reputation, stulls on sale fur men's overcoats, made uu for saying that he might somo day find armed, thinking discretion tho better No Hotel In Kentucky has a better that determine! and its proprietor way into an insano asylum. Poor part of valor, desisted and called for&iui to order by John II. Craig k Son, with shall be maintained. Wauamakcr & llrown, Philadelpbio, k How, wo uru rather sorry wo touched Owens, who had Jim Tall out of jail to bun on a tender point, but really wo did show them wliero Mit usually stayed. and Prawning, King A Co., New York. lie has recently iidJed to its at pointmentt not know that ho thought ho would Owens was too far oil to hear and Hampadjoiningconnty hnvo to go there sure enough. It is nev 1'ivk hunters from an ton ran down to prevent him from getkilled !MJ birds in ono ovening's bunt on er our intention to speak oven slightly of ting out of tho window. Mr. Owens LinFirst-Clas- s Mrs. Sarah Hays' farm last week. Livery one's misfortnnes. came by this time and went to tho steps, A coln has tho best of everything includaccommodate the demands of hit increased Dimmu!'.!). Tho following ilinittrh hut the negro bolted out of the door on To Ilest Turnouts furnished transient patronage. ing tho best hunting ground in this secI'rom Ignition, which nppcart'tl in tho the other side and made his escape in Commercial Travelers and others. tion. Coiirior-Jonnuil of Satnrdity, shows that the darkness. There is no doubt of tho imined Ho n very iliwigrmalilo inattor has como to guilt of the little rascal as he spejit somo A Louisvim.k drummer, 1P10BIL1HD ;an, with 11 trunks, Htruek tho town Fri- nn und to tho satisfaction of nil parties' of tho money at various stores that day. Tho time seems not far distant conci'int'il: "Six months ago the grand night. n and Having Mil's freedom was not of long dura City pike, rented my larm theStanford place,Shelby I will forinor when the wholesale stores will bo wheel, jury of IjiiiicI county indicted W. P. 4 miles east of to the highest bidsell all litbrough the country and the retail Walton, editor of tho Stanford IstkiuoiiI tion, for Cnpt. Win. Oeer discovered him der ou the following property o ipcrchantH supplied at their doors. This Joim.s'AL, fjr criminal lihol in pnhlmhing and a white prostitute on Sunday night's express and lodged him in tlie Mt. Ver20, 5b n rapid ago and wo are at loss to tell n communication from thin place, chargwill next bo performed, Boyd and Commonwealth's non jail till yesterday, when ho was '1'o.wit: The handsome oM'saddle stallion, ing Judge. what miraelx m is a dark Attorney Clark, of this circuit, with mis bought here. He confessed the theft "Niix." uThis fellow is hands brown with black no That wonderful genius, Col. I). G conduct concerning indictments in elec- and said that he gave most of the monoy lcg'iwalk, hlte at nil,canter andi inches high, has a good galled ruck and nice harness; Slaughter, is furnishing tho Ijincaster tion hi ibery cases. Thucaso was culled to his partner, Lewis Gibson, who has fellow infancy harness mare, i good combined One extra IN'ows with some rare poetry. His ton woman's horse; fancy and tho luado himself scarce since tho act. The Celdlnu out of thedamof iNux, by yearline Jewin the Circuit Court hero Second verses of eight lines each, written in flvo Commonwealth's Attorney nuked leavo boy says ho went to Danville thp night el. Mure weanling out of same dam by Kderado also a lot of Drood Mares safe in foal to Wllkci; minutes by the watch, entitled "Thu of the court to lile away the. indictment Mr. Hampton got after hint and remainjack und mm to a standard and reuistcrcd horse; Heifers, Latest Song," is hardly so good us somo against Kditor Walton, and with his ed till Sunday, when ho camo bnck hero One p.ilrol work Mules, $ Milk Cows and Calves, i Hull, I new Huggy, of tho ancient poets productions, but is statement llled a recent editorial in said and took tho train at ltowland. He had only uvd about muiillis, good set of Harness, Komi Cart, Wagons, Mows, Harness, Hinder, pretty good and reflects credit upon tho paper, stating in subitnneo that the edi- but 011 his person when anested, t'tir.nintr llt!nsil. also IOO II. ill .....I .. ill . identi-(ledbarrels of Corn, lot of shelled Oats, n stacks of author. tor had been misled by his corrcSpon. one dollar of which Mr. Zimmer - c. Hay, Koddcr, The rest of tho money ho claims is Terms iberal and made known on day of sale TiiKboys hero are contemplating an dent At tills place, and the strictures upWk. The s.ile will begin promptly at 10 of tlibson. In his pockAtin the possession CHAS. L. CROW, amateur minstrel- performance in tho on tho Judgu and Commonwealth's Stanford, Ky. were et was also found a key which tits Mr. near future. Tin y are abundantly sup- torney in said offensive publication At. the same, place and terms I wlll'sell all my much regretted Vandeveer's safe exactly and it is supplied witli "chestnut gags" and miiibtrel unauthorized and very personal property, consisting of a Hrood Mares, by tho editor, after n full investigation in posed he got the money which was stola(o foal to jack, t combined Gelding, I work ilist-claperformance songs to insure a mare Mule, y Shoats, 30 fat is dead sure Horse, i will make a person of the facts. Judge Hoyd sus- en from it last week. Mit new Iluifgv 1 nd Calves, Hogs, a milk Cows mid uo doubt not that they of tho Common- to join his uncle Jim, who is serving a j.harse Wagon and Harness, Plows and Plow tained the motion enterprise. These success of their dear, n iiitsJieU Wheal, and if not sold privately wealth's Attorney and the indictment life term at Frankfort for the murder of will sell nbout ajo barrels ol Coru will announce the date of tho 0CKER his wife. was tiled away." later on. ful buntiiiK. Mit. It. C. Stadku, formerly of tliN place, but now making headquarters at lHiisrlllc, was hire shaking bands with bis friends Friday. Juinikm It. Itovn and Vincent Poreing and J. A. Craft, Kstj., of weie hero in the interest of the Cumbirlaud Valley ..anil Company Saturday. Wk clip tho following from tho Frank fort Argus: "Col. W. G. Welch is men tioned us a candidate to represent Liu coin in tho constitutional convention. Old Lincoln could not select a better .. m m Mu. J. It. Mamiis cery, and if they have not got it on band, urge ::-::;:- -d sn SEVERANCE & SON. m Monday, court-hous- 76-l- I. R. WMOflr Dealer ln- - BLUE-GRASSNURSER- IES e fnll-tledge- Groceries, Provisions, SACRIFICE SALE AT Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Stroud Property afCrab Orchards -- one-sixth- Confections, Tobaccos, &c. m & SOME SEPARABLE GOODS: & y, THE MYERSJOUSE 1 Raisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Licet, Oitraaal, Hcm-inBeans, Pickles, Canned Goods, Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, Butcher ii-- Knives, Salt, Sage, Pepper, Pool and Billiard Parlors Coal Hods, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. Shovels, Tongs, &c. Stable 5- - & 7-BT- X. BAHR3S3CS SAILK FRESH SAXT. Prices Always Reasonable. J. P. BURTON, Clerk. Wednesday, Nov. '89, T. It. WALTON. m sad-di- e The Great Remedies! al1 k'00'1 such as Scrolula, Ulcers, Pimples, Ukcmted Throat White Swelling, Syphilitic disenses in all its stages, Necrosis. Ac. Price $1 per bottle. HAVIS' 1UON lUTTERS is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia it gives a kern appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver nd imparts new energy to the muscles and nervous system. Price $1 per bottle. OATMKF'S WORM' SVRUP Is made of the best worm killers and expellers known to medical profession and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant o take, sate and reliable, tlu j'ncu ae per bottle. . OATMKF'S MAGNETIC PILLS lor all Liver Complain's, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headacl e. Ac. Acts as cathartic. Price as cents per box. Manufactured and Icr sale to the tradu by the 1 ...?KI??" ?I'It?"''.1C.c,lrc'. Jieei , 1 - WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Williamsburg, H& Ky; fs 111 1 col-uin- BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Wriralr Krrph,,,, Short IIanl, Ttlrgntphy.Xc.U Catalovue ami futt S V I sLsLEsj K I - ri "Ji- - tf. 'i'''' 4u5SS .iy.xa.r,.,,.;?, ,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , . .,,. , . ,Mim ,mwimiS!iimimm ' P'r W Jr -- WM. ADAHS&S-LEXINGTON. abo woro, untl Jiuro.aro those; which sho When Is a Horse Standard? MISS BOGUS I made for us, hurc arj all tho nice tlilnus I First Any stallion .that has liiinnnlf of i " "IIAV" r,..n.is s-f- oupennicnueiii ni It..ii vl which sho ,ur c... uunc N . I .l ,.l .......l- provnieti lor our tiituru en mu ...t......o nun ,iU oi'iuiiiirj i acnoois ni Lincoln county. Klection August, irnxj. i . T'..,-- -. & iiiiniixn lonleincss ami a wishing i jyrji' Sadness nml joyment mill comfort, but. alio our pro ('J:;I0) Or better, provided any of his get Publtahed Every Tuesday find Friday and .ongingforasight which wo cannot hero. She bus been hiisa record of '2:Xt or htter, provided, is M. Only n while uiom mother not see is our portion AT borne fortli to sleep by tho side of iter any of his get, his or his dam, is al- Isit Candidate or Clerk of the Court of Appeals, ago happiness and joy and cheerfulness three children who went before her, anil ready a standard animal. Second Anv subject to the aitinn of the Democratic party fJ PRK M1A.II,I.N-AJJV.A.1VCJIwere each continuous dwellers in our tlio .. -- .....,...1 .,t o.'lfl Klcc.iou August, tP. I. .1 place is not what it was. Thero are ......... in. ....1.1! viiiiiih; iiiiii. I... J I, min iii.iiti in .ii I crWhen nut no paid $2. BO will be charged."1 home. Only a while ago wo seemed a tin Tlilnl Anv liiirsn tlmf In I...V. I - lu'ltiuv w ......... ". together by the ties those here whom we love; we have fir " whole family, hound W. H. JACKSON A CO., PRO'RS. friends who tire tender mul loving us siriMif two aninuiln with A ricord of 2:1)0 of lovonnd nlTection, destined never to they K. C. LOCALTIME CARD. 1 hirly-thrAiri of l.aud M miles north ol LONDON. KY , can be, yet our hoiuu will never bo or better. Fourth Any. horse that is Stanford, liood Lot house. Also a slock field of Oood turnouts and saddle hnrses always for h'rt bo separated; only a while ago wo were what Train lease ItuwUn.l at 7.00 h. m., reliiratur it was again. It is a loosening of tho siri' of one iiiitiiKil with a record of trass, con'lstlni; of ahout 10 acres. Address on reasonable terms, London Is the ruol ton.' n W. r. S TKI'll KNslIN, Crab Orchard. an unbroken chain. Hut alas! the bright- one of ;8 lent point on the railroad lo reach plates ( ti ' 4!Jop. in. or better, piovidid ho bus any of the cords which bound us to earth, 10 in the mountain seijon of lh Matr is severed, and in telling you est link I A ret-o- rd designed to prepare us for our eternal tlio follow jni; iiiiiiliiliMtiiiii": L. & N. LOCALTIME CARD. S. O. DAVIS, what this link is, wo pen the s.iddestlino Might of himself f 2.Xi or bdtter. 2 Is from everything dear hero below Mail tram Rome North ..u 31pm which has over fallen to our lot: and to tach us til it there is no pl.teo the hire of twiiutlier iiiiiiinils with a rec PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. " " " Soiuh HOUSE, 131pm "Our mother has left us." 1157pm Express train " South hero homo. onl of 2::3 better. II -- lias u Arts or to " MT. VICKXON.KV. " " North K. U. ItlLEY, Proprietor. 37m Hut after n moment's thought wo can So that iswas be oura permanentfamily N dam that Uoralreaily a Mnuilard animal. Freight North ..030 m once what united Otrtct next door to ' s 55 m write another with n great degree of South. - Kontucky. now a broken one. Four of us are In Fifth Any mure that has piodticed an Special attention given Whitehead's Drug Stoie. London, - The latter trainn alo curry passenger. to diseases ol children Heaven, while the rest of us are on animal with a record of 'M50 or better. The above in calculated on standard time. Solar ;;-i"Wo know her8pirit is at rest with time l a limit ao mindtts fatter I hive moved lo my new Hotel and am better earth. Hut with the help of Him Who Sixth The nroKeny of a standard horfo prepared limn ever to accommodate ihc public. Chiist and God and all her loved ones Cloud l.ivrry aliiicheil and etery convenience debis life for a ransom for us, we when out of a staiidiud male. Seventh give HARRY A. EVA.Ns, who crossed before her, and is safe on sired Cne me a call, Tho female progeny of a standard horso shall strive earnestly to one day again KKANK 77 KII.KY. the other shore." ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, bo a united family. These things when out of a mare by a standard horse We know i. because we have God's STAN I OKI), KY our precious mother are poured Kighth The female progeny of a stan-ihfr- d won! for it. Ho has said "Blessed are forth from the overflowing heart of a hou horse when out of a mare whose they that do His commandments, that who loved dam is a standard mare. Ninth Any Engineorinff and Surveying in her. they may have right to tho treo of life all branches. mare that has a record of '2M or better LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. On Wednesday, Oct. 1(, 18S9, at St. and may enter in through the gates into and whose sire or dam is a standard anitho City." Wo know our mother kept Catherine's Academy, Misj Kli.a Sutton, mal.- M. Paul Globe. 1825. His commandments and therefore God of Lincoln county, at tho ago of 15 years. THE LARGEST AND FINEST tells us that sho has entered into the Scarcely six weeks have elapsed since Our Honiah Jane. HOTEL IN THE CITY. City. Our mother thought on and prac- thodeceased youni; lady left her home to Our Hannah Jane was thin and weak On Dwellings, Household furniture, Stores, MerAnd ashy white her lip and check, chandise, Ac , apply to the i.ld By her sweet and ticed such things aa were true, honest, enter tho Academy. No dessert is more delicious, wholesome We often thought and thought with pain winPennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. RATES $2.50 TO Si PER DAY. ACCORDe dumpling, jubt, puie, lovely, of good report and cheerful disposition, her gentle and and appetizing than a "We soon must lose our Hannah Jane." filled with the fruit of the season. By the praiseworthy. Wo know ol whom we ning manners, she miickly found her With change of doctors, change of air, ING TO ROOpS. I.lchlnlng clauses attached and damages paid use of the Royal Making Powder the crust is write and we would not claim for her way to the hearts nnd nfiections of her She sought for healing' everywhere. whether tire ensues or nol, always rendered light, flaky, tender and di17 Or.O. II IIKL'CK, Agent. And, when our hopes were almost past, pea-seMany of the teachers and schoolmates. gestible. Dumplings made with it, baked or oao single virtue which she did not TURKISH A RUSSIAN PATHS IN HOTEL. "Favorite Prescription'' was tried at last. latter became her devoted friends and for all tho world. boiled, will be dainty and wholesome, and may It gave us joy, It gave us htpe, be eaten steaming hot with perfect Impunity. Sho was the only daughter of John I looked forward to tho enjoyment of hap She teased to pine, sheceased to mpe, One quart of flour: thoroughly mix with and Jane Depauw, her mother's maiden py days and months in her society. , Ricurr. But Pierce's remedies aru sure and true it three teaspoons ofKoya Bating rowdcrandatmall Now Hauuah Jane is good as new. teaspoon of salt ; rub in a piece of butter or lard the n.ime being Marrs. She was born March such was not to be. Tho cruel destroyer size of an eg;, and then add one large potato, grated In Dr. Pierce's favorite Prescription Is the only hurried her away from their midst. Only Her I the flour; alter the butter it well mixed, stir in milk and L'Oth, 18 IS, near Danville, Ky. Itl medicine tor women sold by druggists under a knead to the conuuency of soft biscuit dough ; break Fourth Avenue, after moved to Shelby county, three weeks Hfterhernrrivii! tho blighting posltis e guarantee from the manufacturers that it 51 off pieces of dough large enough to close over four QLLojfljiu.MiwAiiAJrri OncAtoKrl&r' quarters of an apple (or other fruit as desired without where they remained five years, at the hand of disease fell upon her. At first it will glse satisfaction in every case, or money re - s -. . rolling, and lay in an earthen dish (or steamer) and oxpiration of which time they moved lo was thought that her illness was bf no funded. This guarantee has been placed on the steam until the fruit is tender. Bake if preferred. buttle wrapper and faithfully earned out for many In all receipts calling for cream of tartar a comfortable homo in Lincoln county, consequence, hut soon it developed into C. A. BENEDICT & CO., A and soda, substitute Royal Baking Powder. five miles west of Stanford. Hero she pneumonia, which rapidly terminated years. Dr Pierce's I'cllcts cleansti and regulate the Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Less trouble, never fails, makes more appe- was married September JSth, 18oo, to her earthly existence. It seems sad, inLeaving both stomach, bowels and system generally Ones tizing and wholesome food and is more ecoBenj. F. Powell, and near hero sho spent deed, that one so young nnd so fair, so dose; purely vegetable. "TANfOKD. KY nomical. Royal Baking Powder is specially LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI made for use in the preparation of the finest hjr married life, which was one continu- brigiit and so attractive, should thus be Wells drilled to order and Pumps furnished it Dally, Secures 10 Travelers, and most delicate cookery. The custom of hanging (lowers instead factory prices. ous effort to make not only her husband snatched from life. But such was the jo nod children happy, but whomsoever will of kind Heaven, to which wo must of crape upon the door knobs of houses THE MOST RAPID ROUTE R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. s'le saw in distress, or that demanded all bow in submission. The parents of where a corpse Is lying Is said to lie I. M. BRUCE, " c,Von h ippiness at her hands. Often have wo the young lady had been by he) bedside DENTIST. the fastest lime and most comfortable, trains be say to those whom she for several days previous to her death, heard our mother Bucklen's Arnica Salve tween all pulni; in Ihe South, or to the West and Office ou Main slreet, opposite I'ortman House, .Northwest. The counterpart of this train on all up stalls. Nitrous Oxide I. as given for painless bad just bountifully suppli d with such She was their only daughter and the idol The best salve in the world far cuts bruises, STANFORD, KY. trunk lines is denominated The Limited Kapress extracting. food and raiment as they then needed, ( of their hearts. They have tho syuipa-"- I sores, nlcris, salt rh, urn, fner sores, letter, chapThe superb rolling stock e employ give, patron. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Lnliuiilcd Lomlort SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL ped hands, chilblains, cms and all skin erupwould love to help you more, but j thy of many friends in tho heavy " ll tions and piles, or no pay requlr travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. you will find Cou.wn Ticket OrSce. in Ihe South our time tables aud ticket.. Say others who need my help as tion that has fallen upon them in the cd. It Is positively cures give perfect satisfaction, Only rtrl-cl.B'. hnrsesand vehicles used In livery. guaranteed to get Monon and slick to .Monon, if you want DR. W. well." She confessed her Savior and death of their angel girl. Spiingfield or money rclundcd. I'rice sj cents per bo. Also agent for 'he lo save money and have a pleasant lourntv. K 0.McCORfICK. eWfl- For a!c by A K. Penny, Stautord, Ky united with the Christian Church at the . . mmmmm DENTIST. WALTER A. WOOD HARVJ3TJHC CO- Chicago. ". . . . . .7 ,.f I inr ...I.1..1. nl.rt ...nt. n f,.!l. , City Ticket Agents and Office's: o n Mini-a fcotltli Urtroliiin tanner linn hv niiii.ii nun Office Siut'i 'de M.un Mret, in office recently ue ui it, Knowing. Worth :. vacate by'.Dr, L. K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. ful member until death. K A IORRK.NCL, isy Vine riment produced a plant that yields cot- - Mr, W. 11, Morgan, si, rintiniiall, O Lake City, Fla,. Onr mother was gentle, pure, lovely ton seed but no lint. The vield of the was taken with a sever merchant. Cold, attended with a disCRAII ORCHARD, KY and loving; good, noble and kind in the j8eed is said to bo sogreat m to make its tressing Cough and running into Consumption in highest degree. But no tongue can ex-- , cultivation pay more than cotton itself, Us first stages. He tried many so called popular Dealer In Attorney at Law, i press, no pen can write and no picture it i8 thought that this discoery will cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Stanford, Kentucky. reduced in flesh, had iluficulty in breathing and ism portray the esteem in which we held causu a farming revolution in the South, was unable to sleep, dually tried Dr, King's New Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Queens-- . Will practice in .ill the courts of this and adjoin-tiware, Tinware, furniture and a our mother. And while w very, very Discos ery for Consumption and found immediate counties and In the courts of appeal. relief, and after using about a half doien bottles Conoral Lino deeply feel her loss, we find consolation iOfficeoer Mc Robert. & Stagg's drug; store. PTOLEMY'S MiriHOR. Crocorlos, N N. .V M V, Co, K I) found himself wetland has had no return of the in tlie assurance and promise "that if we . Fancy Candies, Croi a lies, Ac disease. No other remedy din show so grand a All kind, of Produce taken in enhsnge for goods Only one Night out td Now It prr.rnl.-i- l A are faithful us she was faithful we will Krrrr York. Trnni.sctliin record of cures as Dr, Kiti.'s New Discovery for lir- - iikikiiiI AH lltjyjit. Solid Veslibulrd Trains lo Ouiraiilecd to do just what is Consumption We will pro f n'e lo the t i'I extin f the law not be separated from her forever, but Wo rend Ins.-vni- l of tho miclent claimed for it Trial boltlc free at A. K. Penny's every person Omul o ur la s wit I (juii and that wo will one day meet her again nnd M. DM Drug Store r; I YNN I doc or net. authors wonderful sloi'Ies of PhlladoJphia, now her," for we shall know each other Mr AI ICK TICKKR. e8 STANFORD, K.Y 'P'w'Ui , Kvergotes caused to ho placed Baltimoro, Now York, Electric Bitters. there." She lived contentedly and t(J thu i.,n.c.B. op tvHcli tgwor. This mildly i lirconiinjr so will known and so Office on Lancaster Street, opposite Clnc connections for llosien and all points Kast died submissively. F02Fw nt Ale.SMiuria. J ho mirror win said popular ns to need no special mention. All who Having removed to this place from Utterly, to and Southeast "She so lived that when her summons came to to hjivo ucounitely ropresented every have used Klectrlc lliltcrs sing the same song of practicetohis profession, calls the attention of the LKrtXTIVI OCT i, join puli lie the (act that he will be ready at all hours ii i i My Now Kouso on Main not exist pr.itsc A ......i ..ns.iiuu iiiruiis.'mjiii, nil f.gypi on giiinmleed purer medicine does claimed and it Is lay or night lo answer eslls in town or country. The .nnumerablehost.Mhich moves TaiTMail l.im Ves Accom Electric Thirty yesrs ofhis lile were spent in Stanford and to do all that i DOUI "IHOf llllU llttlU. KASIW'ARD Stanford, Ky. for term apply lo Mr. W. H, To that uystenou realm where each shall take NjJIlO Writers Daily Ks press Dally he deems II unnecessary to speak of the I.lvcr and Kidhis K lllggins, M.inrrd,or lo ne at I)anwllc, Ky. Siin.j Dally Ki Sun aflirill tllllt wltll this mlfl'Oriin OllOIIiy's Hitters will cure all dUeaseslloils, Salt Ithcitm and physician and turircon A shareol theability as His clmmber in the silent halls of death, of patron n hoLmks. remove Pimples, neys, will 3' i.rrtE .,.. ,l j 7 amlit ji n'n'is ji n'n age of the people ofbtanford and vie oily is asked t.vc Stanford She went not, like a quarry slavoat ni;ht, fieol could be sCCIl lit II dislilllCO Of six other affections cau.ed liy Impure blood Will by him, " l.esingmn. ... , -- m, ,0 t 5 SVouiged t his dungeon; htil, sustained and hllll tired million " Winchester ...., la u pm a oo pm 6 jo pm pilCCS. drive Malaria from the svslcm nnd prevent a. pm 7 in urn , i " K. V. Juliets- -. .... Ot... Miotlied i H..W...I.. "1 IIH ..,? ,,, well ns cure all Malarial Fevers Koracurcof Ily an utifaliering trust, she approached her Krase "'0"". ...1 .mi aicriing j, pm 7 J pm 7 4" I'm . ... , Indigestion try like Headache, , oj pin unl .. iu.it .1... " Preston Like one who wraps the drapery of his couch ii.ia !.... uiu iiiiirnr wits oi t. uincnC trie Hitters Constipation and aurantced or lintlre satisiaction " Morehead j M ,,, 8 J J pm 9 pm lion, nnd that sown after Mahometan-UiAbout him, and lies down lo peaceful dreams." and ii per bottle moncv refunded. I'rice Joe 10 40 pm " Ashland ... 6 0J pm 10 . prevailed tho Christians dustroyed A K l'cnnv s oruj; store. J7 pm Of the feelings of a father and of his re " Catleusbsirg. itjffc ,, w 3. ,.i, jr.." ci it Arfs it it by stratagem. ' U.,i.""n?,tn.- intoivrt in our welfare we have never en n old Georgia farmer seeing the elec5' P a ya am 'X4i ft Arr Sulphur BulTon thinks that by Chinese Iron. " tertained a doubt, and our home is dear tric cars in Atlanta for the llrst time, ex- THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE " Charl.tlsville.. 10 jn am A bid fed a meant polished steel; but '.. Washlngl.n IJAJPrlCIFIC from 31 ! b'c.iuse he is here. But there was a pe- Iheroi-tem- s claimed: "Well, I'll bo darned; them " llslilmore 1 ta pm more plaiipihillty in tho " Philadelphia. . ' CENTRAL KENTUCKY culiarity in the feeling that it was the conjecture 6 j pm few yeaisngo " New York of an acuulo, nnnoyinous there Yankee fellers only a 9 u pin home of our mother. In our mother's writer, who " Rlehmoml, Va. a 40 pm stipposr-,- . tho metal to come down here and fieetl the niggers. OldPfilnlCtmiforlL. room wo were always welcome; when we have been what is known to noriou us by the Now, dad burn 'em, they've come down entered it we were always met with a muno of tut.titrju. u Chinese inettilic here to fieo the mules." OH MOMTHLV BICKNEBS T TRVtN OURHG CHP.NGC OV UTt smile. The world might be in difleient compound which might have bocn GRtftT DKHGER SUfTtRlriGViaBtMOmUl Bogrtr's Ohorry Oough Syrup FAST LINE UETWEEN in our vnliiod then, tis it is. now, for Iho high jQOOK TO'WOMAN'iwiff to us, w e might be unsuccef-sfu- l uV." "" L"inSton 1141 m and 3 r Is giving kplendid satisfai-iioi- i to the tiode and BRADFIELD REGUIA TOR CO. ATLANTA GA. studies the friends which we sometimes polish it takes. Tho exloteneo of tliis lh sales are po.iliv el marvelous, whit h can be LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI erf,.'Vi' "eP.t""''yc'nnocl ai Wmchei K.y. and points an the K. C R lairmrAii onueuin. Biipposcu wo nan inane, uiigiii prove 10 wuuuuriiii mirror Jias ouen very gen-b- o accounted for in no otlier way except that it is Limited Vestibule from Ne SCHEDULE IN liKKKCI NOV 17, ttfj York, Philadelphia W i.hii.gtnnd all false, the honor which wo thought we ernlly lioated as a fiction. Father without doubt the best on the market. Ask fur 2 c- ,t,' rr e, l ' No ;. No 4." j No 6. Lexington at 4 47 p m daily and be sure you get tlie genuine We keep it A. from us, we Ahbat, in his "I'hiloBophiquos," dreerved might be withheld I South Round. Ks Sun. ha.t mail from lliiiilingioii, W. V., and all lo R. Penny, Druggist ' published nt Marselllos In niiixht be chagrined and mortified by see-- , work J'Sun. Daily m m 8 co p m S pm. l.ve Cincinnati .. 810 a inga rival outstrip in, nnd bear away 1"c3' bus a very Ingenious theory What A Fortune niiommooationiromuiivf Hill and all local I.ve Covington... 818 am 8 09 p in ' 5 P m points. Richmond, Ky.. w,,Ich ho "dvnnces to prove to n cor-o-i- o and points 011 the K C p tho prize which we sought, but thero was 9 Is a goal hcjllhy, pcatly skin. Few art- aware Lve Falmouth.-- .. 11 44 am 91; p in 4 08 p m Ky. arrives at Lexliigton 810, m a m to at p ni S 40 am, daily, rx 10 extent that tho fact of its existence of the shutt tune it lakes for a disordered liver lo Arr Paris tept Sundsy lor IfcleU, rales and sleeping car pine.) where no feelings of rivalry; '" 3!LP. " Arr l.iungtin. L la 00 p ni 10 jj p m f "''Wor impossible nor dim. ls " 5 , cause blotches on the fuci', and a dark greasy skin. Lvo Paris vv le found ami where we were always p m reservations, etc 7 5 4 11 u a "U " l,' conlw""y. very prob. One bottle of liKC.dS' lil.OOD PURIITEK and Arr Winchester., la "J p m o ao p in S A. sure of a friendly greeting. Whether e' .. 7 J P m 40 p m I1I.OOD MAKKR will restore this organ to its Arr Richmond. . . p m 4 55 Lancaster.. ck.. t!l,Hml.roroxlstodi pale ana ireu rom suuiy euro o J I. natural and healthy state, and cleanse the blood Arr fitaufoid...... Ab, to p Arr of all impurities. It is meeting wjth wonderful Lve Richmond ... new, or flushed with health nnd latter- - ..,t , probnblo tmt ,t JS.p m ....77777! th onlv 1 oj pin , in t success, wo were sure that we should of lu kindi nnd thnt no othm. lr;0ftllll success. We guarantee every bottle. A It Pen- Arr llerea Arr l.ivlngtoii,.. 5 ao p in ny, Druggist. JL-obe wehouio ip our mother s room. Iho hlld beeil found of vlowln . ob. . No. 5, No. 1. . North Hound might bo cold towards us, yet jeetn distinctly. It must, therefore, Makiiiaok Wnii Blood ltEi.ATio.se. the worhl ;0 there was one who always rejoiced in have been considered as n groat won-- o Of 1,511) marriages contracted in Prussia LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE I.ve Livingston.. 8 00 a m . ir success and always was affected in i tier in thoso tlmos. It could last year between.blood relations 1,1 IL' Lve Richmond-.- 10 t$ m llerea. .. n 4s m RAILROAD. our remorses; and thero was a place to not fall to bo regarded ns a prodigy, were between cousins, 110 between un- Arr Lve Stanford .. 7 no a m ' which we might go from the storm i Hence it is nntural to think that thoje cles ami nieces nnd 111 between aunts Lve Laneaitcr... 7 15 am ...7. The Great. Arr Richmond... tooja boyoiul nil ami nephews. London Truth. which begun to pelt us, where we might foots woro exaggerated Lve Richmond. 10 p in 6 10 am .....77 rest and become encouraged and in vigo- - probability, or even possibility, as Arr Winchester, a 00 ji 7 15 a in A Good Gouffh Syrup. . to rare and re- Arr Paris 7 40 p in 7 4S a 3 w ,om,m( "J' rated for n now conflict. For whenever, muenmes aim inventions. If 'Dure i. nothing parents should be " careful Lve Lexington ... a oc p m 7 00 a in, 3 45 p in vu' entered the door of her room wo ex-- 1 a 50 p m 8 53 am 4 i p m about as selecting a cough syrup, lleggs' Cherry Lve Paris ' O. f '" 4 13 p in 9 13 a m, 5 )f p m Cough Syrup costs no more than the cheap and in- Lve Falmouth-.- .. p,eted that., mother, like the mother of Arr Covington, ... 5 40 p in 10 35 a 111, 6 30 p in - With Olemy, ovhlentex-ListTi- i, ferior jj - g r noUrums thrown on the market Tho best . Arr Cincinnati .. 5 'O p in 10 45 a ml 6 38 p m as fchf "looked out at her win7 . ,. ?' . w . ;;nurmii;u, nc win SCO none too Kood.be sure and get IlKORS'CIIUKItY On coming of her son,i"hii"i"iwiioiii Ilranch, No 9. leaves Paris at lhllt lno sh , rafl COUCH SYRUP. We keep it on hand at all 8 00, atheMayiville 11, at m and No. 54s. P m, arriving at laden with the spoils of victory, would imtiyoj of objects not visible to M.ysville at 10 ij, a m, and 8 io, p m, Nn. ic Louisville tho ime. A R Penny, Druggist, leaves .M.iysville at j,i a 111, arriving at Pans it look out for our coining, and that our r united eye." 740, am. No, 11 leaves Maysville at 1511 and To Nashville, Tho "Mothor's Friend. " turn would renew her joy and ours. It arrives. it Paris 11 4 it, p m These triins are Ahbal's full iceoiuit U Interesting in Not only shortens labor and lessens pain attend- daily except Sunday, makes a sad desolation when from such tho uxtieiiio. mid Hflur readlmr it un- Memphi3' No 43 leaves Lexington 10 oj am; arrives Paris ing It, but greatly diminishes the dauger to tho k Atlanta, n place a mother is taken away, and j dorslanilingly, U is the belief of tho livgsof both ihe mother and the child if used a fow 10 43 am; except Sunday VS . ii ."10, leaves micinnau 510 pm; arrives Falmouth when, whatever may be the sorrows or writer, no on i wilt blush to nelcnowl-tlu- s months before confinement. Write to the Montgomery, 7 in pm: except Sunday, Kegul-itu- r Co., Atlanta, Oa , lor further parNo. 7 leaves Falmouth 6 00 am; arrives Cincinin life, sho is to greet her odge. that lio coiiourn wlt.i Abbat In bo- successes nati 75s am; except Sunday Little Rock, ticulars, I'ursalebyA R. Penny, Sianlord. I'evlng s:Iie sou no more, Tlio homo of our clilltl-hoofablo of Tciio Notes' No. 1 run's dally between LexingMobile and New Orleans. ton and Cincinnati. Nn 4 runs daily between DRUNKENNE83"raB fii. may be still lovely, the house, the l'viileiny'smlrfir. LIQUOR II AB Cincinnati and Lexington. IT-- In Nns a mid 4 make connections at Winchester Newport News & nil tho World thero is but ono green Ileitis, the running stream, the Mis3.Valloy. Co. tor points on the N N .V M V. Ry euro, Dr. Halnoa' Qoldon Spoclflo. II) in It Ca30. trees, the lawn, are still here. Yes, too, No. 4 msVes thlsciinectionat Lexington. can be given in a cup of tea or collce wlthoitl It IMPORI ANT. Trains of this line now arrive Only one change lo points in there yet remains our father, sitting in Moneybi)"& -- At'ver'Hrig, my doar Ihe knowledge cf the person taking It, effecting a at anddepirt front ihe Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all tl hi loneliness, with everything to speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient b.iy uliis.. ;i y.. points North, East and West. & is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Through tickets and baggage checked to any respect und iove; but she is not jun'L pjhl-me- . Yo.inh o.nl .1 Tnousands of drunkards have been cured who destination reached by a railroad. here. Her fntnj?iar voice is not heard. EMIORANTS "t litii .il.i.i have taken the Golden Specific In tln-i- r coffee .. For full particulars address anv agent ol the Co.' ....S.... S. V. II.MOU.SK. ) Hem is tho chjiir where sho bat, but she Seeking home.oi, the, ine of, Ms holies e they II, I1.IIAUWJNPass'g'r '.n.i .iinj; v"TMi fit ftithitr tidver-- ' without their knowledge, and Traveling road will receive Aqt., Gen'l Pass'g'rAgt., quit drinking of their own freo will, No hnrmfu-clle- tt i Lexington, Ky. Covir.gton, Ry, isnot here. ,'IIero is tho Bible which .i m i ( M'if ii vn( i .o. nnd results I rom its administration. Cures guar.V;Sre;ritKee,,,o,0, ,,,i CPn,for rale., roule. 14 liKOAMM'AY. U.K. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. anteed. Send for circular and ' ''I ' ' i she read, bi'ro aro the lessons which sho 4. . ,iy dress in confldeiiio Ooi.nu.v full particulars Ad. .SistiKK Co,, igj GENERAL OFFICES: C. V. AT.MORE, 0. P. & T. A., tnuglit ui 'hero are the garments which Haie.itrcct, Cincinnati, O, Chamber of Commerce lltiilding, Cincinnati, O ..1.1. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal K DEATHS' DOInlGS. . ' l Umi . nrTliir Mnlhar ..... H KATE ., 1 iiiiiiit f-- to-da- F. Brinklcy i -- For Sale or Rent. re THE RILEY Uk-s.- 1 V hap-ines- f. DumplingJ witK g THE GALT HOUSE, Rj pya Baking Kowder well-mad- FOR HTSTJUAITOE ss WOOD WALLACE, U-A- Men's Outfitter I Louisville. Kentucky. -- NEW FAST MAIL mm si m mm sruu, ME feVteg-e- WffiS atllic-therea- re PENjST, Mo-no- . 1 I 1 j-.iEa- Hni,a?ozsr of "'" ( Old Ky. Route ! g , WARNING. . " SAIiEi.3 iiiJ '"'"' 0. H. MllOBBRTS, Washington, Court-Hou- se St., -- ... i. 65-t- mZf BFDnao's "' fbt4jME n &vw$&m MENSTRUATION IM10R -- Kentucky Central R.R. "juuja out :j::. lt pt. 111 ' - ill s -h-- 111 I 1 I 111 1 VARRiNViv uHXXkl!W?w:"- - jjm I Mo . 111 1 vsum ,,,,.,.., .KlVf """lo' 'ill's !' ,,,.,,. '' 111 111 throughtrunk line. south'& west . -- llr.td-lief- d d l.uuli-Itopiibli- coin-iniiu- ARKANSAS s TEXAS. N, ii-.,.- '' y KY. LoulsvIlIe.Ky J'l., r -- --