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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889112201 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. tr Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVll. MT. SALEM. CRAB ORCHARD. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1889. McKINNEY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 81. W Horn, to tlu wife of Mr. V. M. .Sims, one night liMt week, u bouncing boy. Frank 1h used to such all'airs nil account of their frequency, and N lo!njr very well. Died, of consumption, nt Yosemltc, on last Saturday, Mrs. Patsy Reynolds. S l wan a daughter of Mr. Woodson Montgomery, of this county, anil leaves odd I'llilll. Tliu only thing disturbing thin iiulel community at this writing is tin loss of u hog liy theft, of Mr. Mel von Rcll, oil last Friday night. Although Kiiiuivtt MeCormaek has Inul a corps of detecsince, yet tlm thief tives on the trail Is still at largo. Though tills i'1'd of Lincoln county cannot not furnish many items of inter-es- t at present, by icferring to our near nulghbor, Casey, we can gel a sullicicnt builKi't to Htipply deficiencies; particular-l- y can the delectable city of Yoemlt furnish Inciili'iitM rich, racy anil rare. Mrs.S'allie Austin, wbo for some time bus delicti tin State anil county Fiirmeiu are buiy Hbucklng bntiliiig in com. Kid. J. 15. Livingston will preacb in tliu llnptiht Cburcli, Crab Orcbard, nml Thanksgiving morning. William Htibblo bougbt of Joseph' Wright a balf interest In tbe Huddle (stallion, On Time, for $1175. Ctiibo Suiter, our obliging butcber, is wearing woniler girl. u gorgeous smilu this week. No lie in the father of a ((pound ft 4 t? r : m Mrs. J. T. McKinney is convalescing. Littlo Norn Davidson has been very sick for several days. Allen Smith is very low with lung troubles. It. M. Dodds, In Hulling liiiior Ille- up. generally V. II. Armendt. gally, wobou Mondsy taken in charge by a hop at the after n week's sojourn in Pulaski county, There was to have been Samuel Davidson b I. H. marshal anil conveycU to Somcr-ne- t College Hall Friday night, but the mu- has returned home. to undergo un examining trial. On sic for the occasion failed to imiteriali7o and wife and Charlie Davidson, of Rtir-giwere here at the burial of their the same ilny one Reynolds, being full j nud the would-b- e trippers of the light Mrs. Doolin, of F.uhanks, of liiiiiil enthusiasm, took mnbrngu at fantastic had to trip back, sour and dis- brother. Who once gets inside of POWERS' store and sees the boundless barcame up Sunday with Mrs. Davidson .sorts. some notion or remark of Constable Jan. appointed, to their homes. gains that arc offered for the lowest limit a living profit will Tom Wherritt is too short to piny Noel ami neitber iiologlcs nor explanaThe 1'resbyterian Mite Society and the little ones nml remained until permit. Nobody does or can. offer such good post. tions would satiate bis thirst for blood, which has for its object the raising of Tuesday. Sherman Huselden can see a pin 100 Mcbargains or low prices. In the race Frank Davidson, formerly of but a collision was prevented by Inter- funds to help erect a new Presbyterian ference of bystanders. On Tuesday be church here, will meet Thursday night Kinney, but lately of Kubauks, was ac- yards oil". for business POWERS has Mrs. Kirbyand Mrs. Harris challenge was attain on tbe war path, armed nml at Mr. John lliggius, and thereafter each cidentally killed by u train at Somerset equipped to carry out bloody vengeance, ww.k ,i,,ring the winter ut the houses of Saturday, which wasn shock to the en. the world on rope skipping. Aunt Susan Price and Aunt Liz Hill tire community. Young nml In the vigbut by Homo assistance the constable nr- - j , diflerunt members, or of robust manhood, be was cut down were the youngest girls on the stage. him and took him rested and disarmed Mr. I. B. Kdmiston has moved into As soon as Dr. Kinnalrd's jaw gets in to Liberty, but at this writing it h his newly flnUhed residence on Depot leaving a wife and two bright little chilgear Dr. Hush will call for an explana- A head that knows how to buy as well as sell a long head on buyknown what disposition has been made jHtri.,.t. lnojt.i 0( rrhitectural dren. His wife is heart broken and bis t tion. ing, a square head on selling, and a big head on business of him. neatnesA and the rare culture and artis- - aged parents and brothers are bowed iu W. H. Wherritt certainly knows nil generally. We extend them nil the sympaPOWERS is not a kicker, but a thinker, A week or two since, it was rumored ( tjc tnsUj o itH ownur wj) mn.L. jt OIU! 0f grief. and he gets business by brain, not brag. If thy that human heart can bestow and about a horse. His composition was imin this section that the Industrious claim j tl,0 most desirable of homes. Mr. mense. YOU Mrs. Uulsa Cox, of Humphrey, ,iHt0 ,w reaied here and we sincerely admonish them to look to higher powJim Dillon will make his speech just ers for consolation. of health. From j10,,t. tj,:H u.ail8 was iu a critical state permanent abitl-receas soon ns 0car Tillett gets through in ad vices from her we nro glad to nKn our miihit. troducing him. CHURCH AFFAIRS. paI, slaughter's latest song, in w hich Mate that though she lately had a very Mrs. Rothwell is n little more of n Rev. II. T. Daniel held o meeting nt meveie rase of malarial fever, yet she hns tf (l(W 80im.thing to say about n "dnr-s- o twin than Carrie Woods, but Carrie is a far recovered as to be able to success- - iKVumpling little wife." is before us. Providence, Clark county, and received natural little actress. In your bargains, ahead in your savings, ahead in Dry Goods and fully attend to business at home. Her U.H lIrtMV (U HpurklfH with humor, 10 into the church. It has been suggested that John Miller Clothing, then come to the only firm who can put you there. The of V,. knew'tbnt Dan possessed nu exuber-th- e Please announce that I will preach sister, Mrs. Catherine Oodbey.'wife and Jesse Doty made a mistake in the Ciodls.y, pastor of the nnl imKfnnton, but w'u didn't know at Kiugsville next Sunday morning nud Hev. T. J. name is coloring put on their whiskers. Methixlist church at Stanford, and ber g, night. J. G. Livingston. ,kt, ywtlt m ,.rmHl to versli It was difficult for John Kirby's little Rev. S. 0. Humphrey, of daughter, I.ulu, lately pant ner a visu fy the romantic incidents of his own sister to get liim to school, but bo was is gratifying to eventful life. andsM'iit a week. It held a meeting at Speedwell, Madison above evcrylody else when he did get mostly separthe two sisters, after Dr. J. S. Cooper went to buiisville county, which brought II souls into tliu there. Sign of the Red Flag. ated for nearly 30 years, on nccount of Tuesday. Miss Puttie Cochran, a pretty fold. Garrard county not only has n perHlder George Darsie will assist 1'iu-tto live little blonde of Richmond, is visiting marriage relations and duties Williamson iu a meeting at the Rich- fect sheriir in tlie person of Tom Robinnear enough to visit each other. Mrs. Miss Marv New laud. Mr. ClilljArm-Rtronson, but a clsp of oratorical thunder has to-Cox will visit Mrs. G. ns booh as she bedrummer, mond Christian church, beginning the popular gnx-erstruck him also. morrow. comes able. wns here Friday to see our merchants Squire Kinnaird says the capital of the San Francisco, witii a. population of Miss Jane Morgan, a young lady and his lady love. Mr. Mat James and Well, or :! ve.irs of aire, living between Yo- - MisM-- Kebicca Stewart, Ida Pettus nud about 100,000, has onlv O churches, fniteil States is Middlesboro. much of tbe capital of Gartard county , ,,.,, "pi,.,,.,,,;,,.. it to with a seating capacity of 10,000 and an Semite and Humpiirey, hail tliu pleas-- N ... Coi(.r is located there. 2.",000. lire of meeting and becoming acquainted ij,llt.1Mltt.r Friilnv. " Little Miss Iookle nverage attendance of ouiytsj As Jim Denny is on the wrong side of The Women's Christian Temperance for the first tiinu n few with her father JH w aMvft Mre w M the Ohio river fora presidential noniinn-- ' days since. M. my years ago Rial Mor- - o'ryan( nlsiimford. Lee Steinbaus is I'liion has developed until there is very . , Is Receiving His little of either Christianity or temperance tion, lie ought to lie elected school com, , ,,- - . gan, who niarne.ni .nu.i.caii, eungnu.-,- . , k , s from bis district. from Casey county to Texas and stibse- - 1.... I.n.tt .t..liil;t.. l.iK.uvI f. tt... i.nD( in it us a governing force. Comineicial uiitteemau HJlt-- t IIH'll tlilVlllllll nilT'l DM llll' JUll Misses Saliie and I.illie Noel, Carrie ouentlv died. About the close of tho three mouths. James Carson, of the I Gazette. Woods and Mrs. John S.Stormes deserve i A judge of the criminal couit in war a sou of bis, James Morgan, camel A: N. was here Sunday as was nlfo John Give him a Trial declared church intlles il- a vote of thanks for their untiring dibits Goods Warranted and a Perfect flt Guaranteed, Nashville has back to see his relatives and visit tho It. llrooks, who has lately become a iu getting up the entertainment. land of his forefathers. Wliile here he Miss legal and has charged the grand jury to clerk in Harrodsburg.' School costumes were extremely beC. SINE. J.N. MENEFEE courted and married his cousin, Miss Amanda Hutchison, of Piueville, is the indict tbe managers of n church fair of coming to Mrs. Wherritt, .Mrs. Sandifer rf re ' which tbe nuM profitable feature wns n Amanda Newell, a respectable, qulctum! guest of MiWDoody" Kdmiston. and Mrs. Royston. Their aged husbands sensible young girl, but ono who knew Wo stumbled upon a coterie of old rallle. a L'Z3 WC BUBI Owing to the call of Rev. George would hardly have recognized them. of the w.iy and wickedness of soldiers veterans of tho late war a few but little Dealet In , w HI Uunlap and Letcher Owslev suv the outside world beyond Casey county, nights ago. Some bad worn the blue Hunt to the bedside of a sick daughter, that during the ahe.irsals the teacher .Morgan soon necame uisgiisieu wun wu i,.., ..i.i, .i.ni ..i.:.r. Mr. Helm thought it best to close tbe . .nt whortleberry points ,.ni.,(,,,HI,. Kllirit (',f kllllI fdlow-feelimunion meeting and did so Monday night. S.nn Miller, w binned verv steepdeclhities, the r,:u2as, when lie got them before an audience lie green briers, the thin yellow and led w,k.h hivt, nktfl lu. p,1R.0 of m.tional There were no further additions, tliu 10 the whipped in earnest. to the church ! soil of the 'Mulbcin Uidge and sighed ,m(i nnJ110lIy ..yorvwhere, excej.t who attached themselves about equally dividing between the Rap-tif.l the level and rolling prairies and deep , Ohio whm, th( Liiv.,,!,! Mouldings, irt eli and Scroll Work, DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. and Presbyterian. black, waxy soil of the laml of horned tnlintt.f! ttu.v ttt.re riTounting the ups Any one who lias not visited BroadIn the last eight years the Southern frogs tairautulas and .eutipedes. Hut nllll ,i0Mlm of L:lttK. forray and camji streets for ( months have organ- way nml Cedar and Locust Posts. un mi life. It was indeed amusing to hear Ptesbvterians in this Stale slje refuseil to lucompiny nini s W c will Lumber Yard. c.ir .1 In1 tock of cverjlhiiii; found in a were u few perhaps them and to observe with what ardor ized 5!l churches; received on examina- would be surprised at the new buildings they ported. There A. C. SINE, lliikiiicis Manager. tion K.oOd members up to April 1, ISSJI; in course of election, Mime of tliem alunacquainted with till the who were they dwelt upon each thrilling incident. of tho allair. censured her for Through the recital of one wo were bur built 10 churches; increased the number most completed. They are all nice, sub Of. miles the shortest, 0 hour quickest between to make this not going with him, but others who wore tied along with Wolford and his cavalry of candidates for the ministry from f to snuitinl residence and help already beautiful street to loom up. :W, and almost changed the entire condiwitli the Newell to many a bold achievement. on confidential terms Another County court Monday was not veiy Orfamily were made acquainted with the introduced us to John Morgan and guid- tion of their cause in Kentucky. Kx. Hy a vote of L'2 to 18 tho Presbyteiy largoly attended on account of the veiy fact that well eBtftbiished rumors had ed ub through Kentucky with his impetPHJMHHiail Little stock was on reached her ears of tho wild wayward-iins- s uous cavalcade on the raid of '(!- -. A of Cincinnati concluded that "all infants inclement weather. Entire Traim Kim Through Without Change. tat titf.itintf nriiuiM'iiil " IHulo tlwilt! the market and not much business done. unco invu ut iii ami crookedness of his former life, third transjiorted us toShilohnnd Vicks-burg- , ilittiii. ill iiiiiiiiv. aivcintui Tho following real estate' was sold; The IHROUC.H C.VK SERVICE. und Mint she feared to leave her near relwhere the men fought ench other dear little hearts, bow they must rejoice Ren Spears farm, two miles north of at Miis declaration! Hut let them pause atives and risk her life so far away. A by day, and at night, outside tliu South lUniiul Train No.i. I'ullmnn Oourfoir Huff. town, containing 'JOS acres, to J. Ware ut bleeping Can, Cincinnati to New Orleans female child, the fruit of this union, chatted by the light of the stars. n lnojnen. and reflect upon the solemn for 5N)5.tl5 per acre; tho Lucas CliatuniMia to Slirevoport. propcity, fact that a change of only three votes Tram N. 5, I'u.lman lloudnlr llnfTct Sleeping which was christened 'sine, eatiiw forth We listened to it all and thought: Cars Cincinnati in New Orion, anil Cincinnati would have damned them forever. Cin- coiner Lexington and ltd streets, sold to at tho proper timo. The deserted wife sleepers St. Louis to Jacksonville and Knoxviltc. "I low dreadful lithetliocl; of war, tornew Orleans ia M .V O cinnati Knquirer. It used to bo believ- W. O. GoodtoeforSl.filiO. How lilet tlicy who've kiirKi'J it." soon got a divorce, married a plain, reAd M. King was mat ried to Mi s TbTTTWJ Mr. SHBSoQa ed and preached that there are infants spectable widower and reared three in- $i Condensed Schedule in Effect Mmcliji, 188 Sadie Bright Wednesday ut IU o'clock at A canal L'.'iO miles long is to lie built iu hell not a span long. ttilliireiit. promising children, lint con tho First l'resbyterian church. Rev. I. sumption bad been insidiously woiking for navigating purposes in Now Mexico. J.tKA.r TJI R1CA.TJ DOWN. Judge .1. B. Fiuuell's flue residence M. Green, the pastor, oflieiuted. Mr. some time and last It will bo .JO leet wide. TRAINS NORTH. upon her vitals for TKAiNSiTTJTIIT .j King is a. prominent youngbiisiuessimui No. 41. No. 1. No. 4. When a Chicago waiter girl refiwd at Georgetown burned. Insurance No. 6. .No. 1. year she fell a victim to the fell destroy- No 7. lo. J. No. J. Daily. STATIONS. I.im. Daily. Daily Fast place, of tho firm of King A: 1); Dally. Piily Ex. Sun. Daily. Dally. Ex. Urn, er. A few nights since there came to o marry Mr. F.ngel, he shot her to death 700. Noah Patrick and l'res Cummins of this I.im. I.im. K, Sun, Daily. Miss Bright stands high vis, druggists. A rv 6 40 a in 6 4 pm;io jj a m 330pm t.. .inl.ii X.iwi.H'a a stranuer witli ml- - j and then killed himself. Cincinnati a in 4 oj (i ni S 00 p m 7 55 a m L've B 30 a m .Villiamtown..I. ve S 13 a m ijipra gon were drunk and resisted arrest when lu society and is praised for her lovable '9 jjam' 547 pm 930pm In his will Millard r. 7 14 a m a 38 p in 4 10 a in Georgetown veiy tlireaus in ins miir ami ueariug om 10 39 pm 59 a Lexington 3 48 a mi- 4 13 pm 7 00 a in ia 10 p in paiticulaiiy re Miiishul Hodgius attempted to take and amiable disposition. Thuy took tho 10 jop it 7 01 pin 1055 pm 10 ijani Ho wish-- " of President lMhnore, m 7 3S I'm uvidoiiccH of advancing years. them inat Uniontown, but Mr. Patrick I first train for Washington City on a liri I.VC....L0U. S. R. R .Arr. coreil lodging for tho night, which Mr. New-ell- 's quests that his executor destroy nil Ilurgin I.e.l Arr will not do sonny more, lie got a bul- dal tour. llurKin.... 7.Arr 455am 3 20 p ml 5 50 a m 10 jo a m hospitable nature could not refuse, respondence or lettera written by his 11 17am I.ve 8 f. nm u t a let through bis heat t and Mr. Cummins "J'P"' sjoam1 1031a m ijsam Danville... Improvements mo still 011 the ill- - 11 to nm 8 SQpm 16 am iSkid sj3pin!jjoam tomam but when be recognized in the stranger father mother, sister or himself that may a serious wound. junction City 30 I 05.1 in eipase. Mr. (i. I). Ratterton bus torn nspm 9 10 in j 1 U a ni 11 .4J p in 8 30 a m in bis ed'ects. 35 p m, Somerset .. Jim Morgan, it is be found his former 4 35- - " 535 p in 11 aj a m,..., Kuowles, Taylor A Knowles' china away the building hu has used as an cx.6sPn t S a m' 4 IS a m ......... ...vui: took Mrs. Haertil, of Louisville, L've 0 40 im 7 55 a in .., 4 oc a m said bu became violent nml denunciatory fl.r nml DiUlinillT vH.wiu.""ji .Ar'v! works at hast Liverpool, ()., the largest preSs olllce nud will erect in ite stead u U- -i moo pin 7 3Samj.,.. 1001 m 9 10:1m, ?OOp mL.ve unaiiano,,,;.,.,. ho laid aside souio of , laudanum with suicuiiu intoni nun wiuio and It is thought 447am.... ai nm o 40 P m Ar'v II. ttalu. in .. iiirrh 300pm 3oopm.... drug wos In her suckled her yoi ng iu tho United States, were toUdly ilo - 'atoiy brick. Mis. Wilson, on the comer .1 45 P n II 43 p m i4 vc... iiiiiiimj,"" his Methodist principles. Tho exphina-.th- o . 01 am .... I ya m '1 ho loss will probably iuM.iuuo 6 08 p in 0f:ui and Broadway, lios torn away tho poison was communicated to stroyeti by lire. ooop m l.'ve .. mn. l At am AT V icrmi " 11 tions and repentant tears of Morgan rec- - babe. The ,, jimproved herpioper-- ( i" m Ar'v, .New Orleann . .l.'ve reach $:100,000; Insurance not moio thai, j , , tj a., m 3 35P t B, 10 ' .. 940 pm! .... j .........".. 6 j a mill. 10.a m L've. ... Meridian.. ,Ar v SdOO. Several persona were minted in onciled the old man siilllciently to allow j It, killing it in a short time, but the a 6 iop m' ty otherwise, which maKcs a gieat im recovered. .. Ai1 lacksnn m L've escaping from the works. ' 0 10 a to stay nil night. The next day ""'" vomited and 400pm " 11 ajain L've.. Vicksburjr provement in its appearance, and now -- Tho action of the Catholic clergy at Monroe TO... 005 a m 4 3 Pi" Morgan and his daughter met for tho' ....., " '"' ... .; 600 am1 Jamoa T. Uott. Ourml, 111,, Bays: ",".; this street will bo filled up with siibstanmil inArV ..Shreveiiort dollars doctor's hill for hi. (lKtimc. It is reported that she treats Baltimore, under tho lead of Cardinal lie paid tliirty-un"v,.L!ii..ZlTrainNo7jT1niirmai. Iloudoir Iluftet Sleepm Car., New Orleans to .Cincinnati Clibboiis, in declaring for high license, is wife in one year and one bottle of llradficld's I'c tial buildings. him witli respect and allection, regard-- 1 . ShVeveportto Chattai.o.sa. 0t,6aiu ,o c, cinnjlll. of tlm most impoitant of recent mile Regulator did Iter more Kood than all less of the world's opinion of him. Sho ' "" No. " "..:.""., ...ji. .,.i .nrr..tilr.f un? Cnr (ili..niir Chattanooca to Uinciuati ana Meners'lacK- Charles Wasson, of Woodford, who ':" a. ruiimaiiio"" movements iu regard to tliu regulation tho medicine she had taken before. II. Pale, Tram I V 'V V i,'l frnin KCnovville to Cincintllltl.ty. .m is a sensible, good looking young lady, druggist, Carmi, III, Write Itradfitld Regulator lias been depressed over since tho death son ille to Cincinnati, Ma . .s. m v' VVOOI.LEY. Trav Pass. Act., t.einiton, Ky, f the liittortnillle,-LouisvilloCom- mi-r. be strewn with uen 1 1111, win 1 m. Agi, Co., Atlanta, (a., for particular". Sold by Drug. of his betrothed, committed suicide by and may her path iu life JOHv r..r,j,T, General Manager, Cincinnati 'Ohio,i.uvaiius. i''11'shooting. Kill A R l'cnny, Stanford. flowers instead of thorns. en-tirn, Tbe good people in the neighbor-- j hood of Mt. Olivet will hold appropriate exercises at tliat chinch on Thanksgiving. 1'iof. Hughes will give an exhibition, consisting of lliblic-t- l scenes ami at Sugar Grovu school-house- , Tuesday night, Nov. 2tlth. Those wljo studies are intereHted in Sunday-schoo- l should not fail to witness it. All persons indebted to Cliadwiek .V Armendt w ill please call and settle immediately with J. T. Cliadwiek, at Cliadwiek ifc Kdmiston's new store, ua I have Hold out and the business must be wound Mud and slop are the pavementri we walk on now. AmbroHu lluttsolil u harness horse to Jou Wright for 125 and bought ono of John Greening for $i;). Minn Kaunio Wright gave an enjoy able social in honor of her departure for Montana, Monday, to accept n position us teacher. The Crawford Lumber Co., Cincin- niiti, through their agent, Mr. Carter, have received several cum of poplar luin- her from Mclvin tte James on cars at this place. The Davidson family extend their heart felt gratitude ami thanks to the good pcoplu who were ho kind in their deplorable troubles. W. I). Stephens, of Russell county shipped a curof cattle from this place to Cincinnati Tuesday. Coll'ey & Heck nml Hrown it Drye lutvu shipped several cars of hay South during the past Tho Miti! Society realized $117.50 out of tliu "destrict skule'' entertainment. Solon 1). Henry has been appointed to the sextonsldp of tliu cemetery for the next year. .las. II. Hrown and family have moved Into the residence of Mrs. Futile, on Lexington street. Mrs. F. will spend the winter in Texas. The use of the "Microbe Killer" in this community lias renewed the youth of some of our old people to such mi extent as to make real lively school children of them. Hon. Jus. H. Muson died nt his home in this place about 1 o'clock Thursday morning of brain trouble. No mau in this county was better known or more generally liked by all classes than "Governor Mason" and he wns appropriately called tho "honest Ingun." Of all the funny, performances given hero during tho present century, that given by the Presbyterian Mito Society on lust Tuesday eveno ing took not only the cake, but the bakery. The performance was n representation of un 18th century school and the teachers, scholars and committeemen were of our best people. The curtain rose promptly at S o'clock und for two hours the audience was in nu uproar of laughter. side-splittin- g ill!' FOUND HIS HEAD. The man who had never before traded with POWERS lost his head when he heard the low prices quoted on good goods. He can have it again by applying to POWERS. This is an extreme cac, but 4 I Everybody WON is Excited ' I it, BY A HEAD; t, t,t nt Want to be Ahead, ' la-ln- S. L. POWERS & CO. M.RuPLEY,--- or g, '-'2 l'-'- i ,,..,, ,r BstfktA FALL AND WINTER GOODS. dry-goo- , Mf? Jb. .,. ,,,. m UEFEE " en-v- 1 BOTJGH :. nl lite, GSi5LSI-X- , DOORS SARD BkEJNTDS Shlxij'lcs, Brackets firt-clas- AOT DRESSED LUMBER, st PATE5HT WIBB AITD SLAT FEITCE, wmjWSMm JkSmnnkJBm Cincinnati and New leans. bar-nick- s, - 1 son-in-la- 1 1 1 " - vrw 1 wo-hi- m j , "I e ''' ' & ''e . "FI,-N-- - fBF, ' u ti--i - .is !&ku i ii L'Jtrt . ...a.'Jt .f, f. wMmsmw Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1889 ''Iiis'Kirfpirc of Brazil was overthrown uu'd'afKcp'ublictestnblished without the loss of'rt life. Gen. Da Fonseca, with tho neonlo to buck him. quietly informed thoKmperor, I)om Pedro, that Brazil had advanced far enough in tho path of civilization to dispense with' tho monarchy. Tho country, while grateful to the Emperor for his patriotic services, was firmly resolyed to recognizo only the republic. Dotn Pedro made a dignified rvply. He declined to abdicate, butsaid ho would yield to force. The Imperial family wore allowed one hour to prepare 'for their departure and in less than that time they wero under sail for Lisbon, was given $2,500-00- 0 Spain. The cash and $450,000 a year for the rest of his life, so the abdication will not hurt him very much. A dispatch from ltio Janeiro states that the new Republic lias been proclaimed through all of the provinces and duly acknowledged and everything is promising and serene. The remarkable suddenness land completeness of the change will bo one of tho wonders of the century. With tho fall of the emnire tho authority of the crown passes from the New Hemisphere south of Canada, which will some day also be freed from it. 8tanfokd, Ky., Novkmukh 22, W. F WALTON. TliKtts is no earthly excuso ,for the baso perversion of facta that First Assisto, goods. tant Postmaster General Clarkson is JS'ewest Goods guilty of in his lengthy interview with a Washington paper. GooJloo may have to been a very dear friend to him, but ho lias no right to damn the memory of a better man in bis effort to defend bin iiuiid.j-Goods, course in the tragedy. He places nil the Tiik Kentucky Investment anil 2 be cash.. We ing Association lias been organize at I blame on Col. Swope, who lie claims loo We continued to add injury to insult and to Frankfort, with an authorized capital of i $10,000,000 in shares of $100 each. Judge went around armed to the teeth to kill low slightest provocation, Win. Lindsay is president, Gen. Fayette bis enemy on the tin tho other hand lie says that Goodloo Hewitt general manager, with such men ns Alvin Duvall, II. P. Mason, C. E. was unarmed, going purposedly so to Hoge, L. C. Norman, S. G. Sharp diieo-torprevent him from breaking ids promise his wife and friends not to provoke a Tho association oilers many adto difficulty. The knife, he alleges, was no vantages over similar institutions. Those interested would do well to communilarger than gentlemen, who own such places as Goodloo did, usually carry to cate with Gen. Hewitt, whoso plan is to establish auxiliary boards in all the prune trees and shrubbery with and he did not draw it until after ho was shot. towns in tho State. best. That knowing be had received a mortal And now the Owcnsbora Messenger In ids very excellent charge to the wound, be seized and held Ids victim, Everyenlarged to V2 columns. We stick who was endenvoring to flee from him, grand jury at Lexington, Judge Morton has origind propoiitionsth it Owonsand plunged the knife into him till ho said that tho law which gives a man the to our accomplished its deadly right to have arrested another who has boro is the most enterprising city in knew it had prac- Kentucky and that she bns a couple of give a. work. Gen. Clarkson has either been threatened to commit an oll'ense, is void, because an oath is dailies that do her great credit. misinformed orheisn willful prevaricator. tically null and The proof is that Goodloe drew his required that he is afraid of bis adversaNEWS CONDENSED ry. This is very true and there ought to knifo immediately on making tho in it. Says the judge: Jude Iangston was instantly killed "This is the second time you have bo a change made insulted me," and it is stated that the "It has always appeared to me that it in a Btreet fight at Mt. Sterling by S. 1). offiEverett. knife, which was an unlawful weapon, should bo the duty of all ministerial remedy and obtain There are (JO buildings under conwas given him by a friend for the pu- cers to apply for this came rple of self protection, who sbited that tbosamowheneversuch information to struction at Middlesboro, which are esHt., M. timated to cost $.'30,000. "a pistof sometimes misses lire, u knife to them, that now authorizes the writ and George Moore, a son of Sheriff Matt does." Tho whole affair shows issue. No oath should bs required never deMoore, of Whitley, .has been appointed that Goodloo was the aggressor from the good faitli in the officers alone should thought of termine this responsibility in causing to n $710 position in Col. Dan Collier's ride, to say nothing of the sand. We first. He could not bear the are a man who bad worked himself up from the writ to issue." Many a row might office. glad to note that Mrs. B. F. Fugleman is saved if the Helwig, the prohibition candidate able to ride out ngain. Green Bright humble life to prominence and honor, be avoided and many lives d aris- officers were especially charged with the for governor, got 2G.501 votes in Ohio in contesting with him, a sold 1(1 cattle, weighing 1,200 to 1,500, to tocrat, the right of leadership in his par- execution of a law to bind over to the a total of 800,000, which is doing pretty Tom Wood for Il.'Jo. of hostile de- well indeed. ty, and his manner towards Col. Swope peace persons . signs. As at present administered there of FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Gilbert A. Pierce was elected U. F. was always contemptuous and agcravat-ingis no effort to invoke the protection of Kenntnr from North Dakota on the first His immediate coterie of friends A. C. Dunn sold to H. 11. Cooper a be to may assume his guiltiness in the affair, j the law and many a man is sacntieeu ue- ballot. There is a sharp contest for the saddle mare for $150. no other seat. i... oni.w rr iiwi liuut tni.ti in- i.i'Tcinofrm f . cause of a fa so nruie ami icar mm ...-. vy. ...1 ... Ullb OV... a, J. II. Miller Bold to I). N. Prewitt Mrs. Margaret Thompson, of George- where tho facts are known, say that his may be considered a coward if he swears fat cattle at cts. town, fell asleep on a Cincinnati Southconduct both at the time of the killing out a warrant ngaimtt his enemy. d I have alotof feedersfor ern train en route to Cincinnati, and sale. J. E. Bruce, Stanford. and before, was unjustifiable, unnecessawas at the Wiikn Itobert Bonner, ry and inexcusable. It is learned that was robbed of SI 75. A. W. Carpenter bought of W. C. of tho New York Ledger, lie used to of Senator Allison, his mail had already been sent to bis of- head The Cash 17 good feeders at I5J cts. say he would not chnnge its shape or fice, that be had seen it and that when in Iowa, is by no means certain. There low first-clas- s Foil Sale 14 cattle. J. anything, 'flic public bad is decided opposition to him, which it is F. & B. G. Govcr, Turnersville. he Bsiw Col. Swope at his box, he turned make up for an old acquaintance to gotten to look at it as said ho cannot overcome. and attempted to get to his for the appaThe Winchester Cob Pipe Factory wish to alter its appear workman-lik- e of provoking a fight. Tho and he did not went to the Hrazillian Dom Pedro rent purpose advertises for 100,000 corn cobs. His sons, to whom be turned over Very years ago, (1 years earlier than kid glove administration at Washington, ance. A. T. Nunnelleyhas bought in tho do not throne 5S property several years ago j e man and which ignored the Queen Victoria, but his power began county about 400 turkeys at 5 cents. In the idea, but have made several bestowed its honors on the one who was when ho was only (J years of age. J. C. Gann, of the West End, purmey iuuk num. un with a silver spoon in his mouth, dances in u since Gov. Taylor has decided to commute chased of W. T. Smith a buggy maro for born convenient last is to make it a may attempt to defend and excuse its the death sentence of the five Barnard $175. and add many new and costrepresentative, but the fact remains that for binding, brothers, who killed Henry Sutton in Farris F. Sandidgo sold to Tone ly features. The current number is in Goodloe originated the trouble, kept it Hancock county, Tenn., last January. Hunu 40 head of ewes and wethers at its new form and leadsoffwith "TbeFor-sake- n A $4 draft, purchased from a Chatup and finally succeeded in carrying out Inn," the extraordinary story of tanooga bank last summer has turned up 5:1.40. his settled determination to kill his eneFou S.U.K. 120 medium to extra Katherine Green. Witli all its my. We do not champion the cause of Anna in New York, raised to $4,000, having mulecolts. 1). A. and II. II. Colyar, the old price of $2 a year been successfully worked on a Philadcl Uichmoud, Ky. either of tho gentlemen, though our improvements remains the same. sympathies are with that of Col. Swope, phia firm. U. L. Salter bought of W. C. Gov. Buckner has at the instance of whoso memory shall, not be needlessly Wini the slim majority of three, Gov. for a Southern party, a combined assailed to bolster up that of his slayer, McCreary thinks that the republicans in Judge Lewis increased the rewards offer- bay mare for $275. the next Congress will be practically at ed for Wils Howard and William Jet -without protest from us. Hunn A Burns shipped to Cincinnathe mercy of tho democratic minority. nings, the Harlan county outlaws, to ti Wednesday 1550 wethers, for which discussThe Hopkin8ville New Era in They will be unable to pass the federal $500 each. they paid from $:( to $;t.25. ing the work of the probable constitu- election law proposed by Sherman and of Dr. Lucien McDowell, grand-soThe 1,000 cow, Duchess, of A. L. tional convention hopes that it will pre- Chandler or to repeal the civil service the distinguished Ephriam McDowell Hamilton, which proved barren, sold a vent the necessity of continuing the Su- law, against both of which the governor successfully removed a tumor few days ago at $55 for beef. Wooden perior Court by changing the article in- would feel justified in resorting to any from the "ovaries of Mrs. Waller, in tyc. W. B. Kidd shipped from Wincheshibiting an increase of the number of honorable means to defeat. He further Fleming county. ter to Newport News for export 1711 bead appellate judges. The court of last Judge Morton has been appointed of 1,525 pound cattle for which be paid thinks that the republicans will recog-it thinks, should under tho present nize tho recent popular expression of special judge by Gov. Buckner to try tho 1 cents. docket, consist of condemnation of republican means and case of the Commonwealth vs. Hnll crowded state of tho (5o there and K.l jour Xma. 15. G. Pennington delivered 100 barI',c.,t l)oor , ,.urlnun ,, Boven members ami that instead of di- methods ami will attempt no revolutionCockn-l- l for murder. The case is set for rels of old corn to tho Stanford Holler viding tho State into certain defined ju- ary tactics. The rads are in a hole trial in Estill county Dec. Kith. Mills at $2.20. Ho gets $1.75 for new dicial districts, as is now done, and de- sure enough and Harrison is daily pullPostmaster General Wanainnker de- corn delivered. claring that the candidates must come ing them deeper into it. cides that it would be unlawful to accept The Advocate repoits a large numfrom within tho limits so established, Puck's oirer of $100,000 per annum for ber of sales of cuttle at 2 to I5J. .More-lau- d having sue Tim railroad companies tho whole court should bo elected from the privilege of advertising on the gum & lien bought of Wiight & Cam"I'd ii cbarwin our time, which side of t'ncle Sam's postage stamps. tho State at largo and each judge take den, of this county, 00 head of 850-- b. variance with his seat free from anv trammels of local at some places is at Conductor McCarthy fell from bis cattle at 2.20. interest or local prejudice. These Bug- - sun, nro now endeavoring to wipe out train near Butler, on the K. C, and was The business men of Louisville are gestions will strike those who havo! the time honored method of denoting ludlv hurt. It was some time before lie formulating a plan for a State Fair, to be DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, tliouuht nbout the matter with favor, time hv dividing thu day into an a.m. was missed, when the train was backed held annually in Louisville, for the ex,. . .... ,....... in ..... ,i:tcj. m. Should the plan succeed the One court of last resort in all cases is and hibition of fine c.ttlo, horses, sheep, faun FANOY ARTICLES, &C enough for the State, besides it precludes hours will be numbered from 1 to 21 and jml(J0 :MWX Tipton, wiio lias been products, etc. clash of opinions, which instead of attending prayer mcetitiK nt t0 iajti,llorc, to attend the preliminary the inevitable There is no change in the Cincinnati i'hyilcianipreicriiitiout arruraiely compaiimted. Y o'clock of ewniass as now, we s'11'1' fortunately has not como so far. t,ias flf tho Navies i Inland murderers', cattle market, prices for very common have to go at 10 o'clock. Theinnovatlon p)lvs t,mt ,U prosecuting attorney told being 11, with figures all the way up to Tiik Louisville Times' Washington cor- is gaining many advocates aim n. is nut hint that at least 18 would be bung. His 4J for best shippers; hogs are active at !5 Judge Tiiomas, respondent thinks that at all improbable that it will bo adopted deceased brother was governor of the to .1.00; sheep in fair demand at 2J to 5. THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, of Lewis, will bo appointed to the before very long. island. CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Two butchers fiom Germany aro in collectorship and that Mrs. Chicago buying live cattle for export. Ever brought to tin- - market. Pricet lower thin collected durgiven tho postoflico of Of tho internal revenue Goodloo will bo Ih'iini.E. C. It. Harris bought of S. the lowett. Watchei, Cloclct and Jewelry He. It is said that ing the last fiscal year, Kentucky paid Dunbar a sorrel On Time filly for $200. They claim that they can pay transporthat city as a stand-off- . (uired on tliortjiioticc and warranted. tation charges and duties and sell tho of the Swope pold to John Wood some 000-lh- . tho president wanted to let Mrs. Good- $1(5,1)10,814, or about -' . beef in Germany fur from 10 to 16 per loe fill out her husband's unexpired total amount. Tho number of distiller- cattle for 2j cts. Jame Uobinson bought cent, less than German prices and yet term, but for the open opposition of ies in the State is 15 IS and they used same of Wood for 2.45. Abo Bruce has Sherman, who says tho responbushels of corn, !i:W,228 of rye moved to J. Harlan's. Jerry Dawson make a fair profit. Senator Joe Bales lias bought in Madison sibilities are too great for a woman, and and (Jol,5S0of malt. Tho quantity of has moved to Jack Yeakey's bouse on nerpetuato tho feud Ho j whisky in bond is IJO.liO 1,0:50 gallons, an Cherry street. Wanted lOsniall beeves county about 1,200 export cattle, weighthat it would would fight the confirmation and it increase of over 5,000,000 gallons ns to kill, to enable tho beef club to settle ing from 1,500 to 1,800, nt prices ranging would widen the breach between him against last year. There are .'5,210 retail up their business, as they havo it in a from 4 to 4j cents, to be delivered in Noand the President. Col. Swopo was a and 180 wbqlesalo liquor dealers' in Ken- tangle' and can't understand it at pres- vember and December. In addition to tSW tucky, u decreaso of over 1,000 in fivo ent. Will Stone iscontemplatingsetting these ho bought of Senator John D. HarSherman man, it will bo remembered. 101 head, which averaged 1,575 and Yesterday's dispatches state that years. his steam mill here, to saw, grind, &v. ris Mrs. Goodloo's all the encouragement you and several lots of other parties for imTiik Louisville Times thinks that all Give him delivery at 4 cents. was appointed collector. Ho is a young can, as it will help us and bo a good mediate at Boggs' sale at Torn in the doubts as to whether sold man, less than 25 years old, and will like Morton's hotel has a bar attached or not thing for him. James Uobinson is build shockland rented at $7.10 per $1.32 mid corn acre. Clihis predecessors havo togetyoung Blaine aro dispelled when it is known that the ing a wheat garner. Georgo P. Bright max. Judge Thomas, who On account of the disagreeable day, to run tho office. Kentucky Congressmen nro dropping in will not build before spring. Wo are glad withdrew bis application when bo beard and taking up their quarters there. This to note tho adjuster fixed up nil things not n very largo crowd attended tho sale Mrs. Goodloo was an applicant, now feels circumstantial evidence is of tho kind fairly with Mr. Bright, allowing him of 0. L. Crow and J. T. I locker, Wedlike kicking himself all over the "dees-trick.- " that is strong almost as proof of Holy $1,000. Most all tho farms in this locali- nesday. Tho fanning implements wero ty are nosted. Look out boys! Col. first sold and brought good prices; milk Writ. Itico loaded his wagon with 6and for kows $18 to $215; heifers, yearlings and 2 The fight for the Iadianon postollico is A lT. S. JuixiBin Kansas has decided 1U to $18; mules $00 to SltfO"; plastering his new dwelling and left it yonr-oh)sgetting interesting. Tho opposition lias that n hotel is not a on the gravel bar, the night be- 0 hogs L00 pounds each $o7o; 17 1 standing filed charges against Judge Bclden of with the vi"w no doubt af helping MorstalSo next day tho flood bogs $4; 0 shoals $2.40; Will keep constantly on hand a large and selectjline of Furniture "subornation of perjury, fraud and over ton out of his troubles with tho temper- fore it rained. wagon went. Ho has at lion, Nux, wiib withdrawn at $270; work came and the is now ance people. charging in pension cases." It and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as last found all but one wheel and tho horses $52 to $80; buggy mare $172; com suchf goods in order for tho judge to provo that his stacks; can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conbody. Wo sympathize with tho colonel, in field $1.44; bay $5 for Keed, of Maine, Rectus to have tho opponent is a horse thief mid a son of a vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. as he lost a wheel and missed a good wheat 08 cents; onts30c. 'cinch" on tho speakership. gun. E. Casey, of tho Covington CommonwchtlK, and A. Y. Ford, of tho Owonsboro Inquirer, brought by Gen. Fnyette Hewitt, havo been dismissed on terms arranged by counsol for each Bide, which nro both honorablo and satisfactory to all the par-tic- s concerned. It is much better to set tlo such matters outside of the courts, for if they Hrc brought to trial additional bad feellm? is created and tho breach wi dened between tho parties. No honorablo editor will withhold Justice from a man helms unintentionally wronged, nor refuse the amplest correction when be finds he has been mistaken. Tiue libel Buits against I T " ' 7" A PERSUADER. never I AM -- i v - vi 4f to persuade customers into buying Various methods are resorted Oar persuaders are always the Lowest Prices, the Best the and most Attractive Novelties and courteous employes. Such arguments fail attract ouston. J consequence is greatest stock of Dry Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, ranks, Carpets, Matting, $c, must turned into bought are a tittle new these markets. We'll know belter next niucli. time; but the prices tempted our buyer on his late trip East, and the s. You'll Get Values You Never Dreamed ef Before You needn't feel uneasy when trading here. Not cheap makes, but the Our goods are firm, our prices are Jirm and our system is firm. body meets here on a square footing, and gets the best for the least, more for less than at any other place in town. With every dollar's worth of goods you buy will you chance on the $200 Organ at k, THE LOUISVILLE STORE Stanford. 3Iaiii SAIIXGI:k, Manager. blue-bloode- Having purchased the interest Mr. Stagg, J will conduct the business at the old stand, where I shall pleased supply the wants of all CS! - former and new patrons from l,!500-poun- Full Stock of Drugs! Paints Oils, School style. respectfully, 1,200-poun- d Boohs, Wall Papcr3 Jewelry and, Silverware at prices, for goods. J have a good Jeweler, ready do watch and jewelry repaits in the best 4" self-mad- W. B. MoBOBEETS. J0NESBROS., General Merchandise, Willowware, San-didg- e, The only Store in Stanford that suits the Farmer; n JJrjj hoods, Boots Queensware, Glasswai and Shoes, Fatten Grbneris. Tinware, and rt, Q Full Stock of Holiday Goods. N, O A. Mo FKKTNY, 1 i- ... one-eight- h :?rrjr SEW FURNITURE STORE! MrVCTC HICIFFMANo gPlBMEPo son-in-la- Vice-Preside- ts4wfci fiili :rv 3rnfmR,rl bar-roo- bar-roo- 15-l- t n .Ft N H - 5J!!?r!?uf!!55?!T5rt'jAwwr Jf; atixh Btovi'8 .; y rTi 'ifytwfii wr"" f "WT ence, with the Richmond and Tallapoo sa, ia desirable in Urazillan waters lor ly Interior A (laughter of Victor Xewcomb Is to ll... ...nl....ltn.i f 4 trtiivlnn ntiiflllllll ork on, 8 marry Reginald Ward in New Midmt1 J Ticrney, an L. & N. Ki:t tlinner iilak'H for :t0 ceiita nt 8. (the 'Jlith, when 18 hriiSminidB are to he freight train conductor, got a verdict of Stanfohd, Ky., NovEJtuF.it '22, 1881 Myers'. I ..!- I.. l... 1......... ........I Birtl III llli: $25,000 damages nizultiat the Standard II. Klelnstarlnk and Miss K. 1 u";""' Oil Company, in the Law and Fquity Tiik Q & 0. will make considerable change in its schedule Sunday. both from Switzerland but now Court( I0Uj8vl)(.( because of Injuries re...... ic.o. , near Crab Orchard, havoobtainted license ItlVl'U ... Hit L'AMUniUII H ..,,.,l.il,n In. wim ....i.l III lllllll.lli."' ,,"w Mkat cutters, lard cans, butcher and will marry on the i!(ith. hauling for the company. Ae. T. Metcalf. knives, pepper, sane, MEANS BUSINESS Jasper Denny, of Rockcastle, and m -. Fra- I ai prepared to kill and dress hogs Miss Julia Ann, daughter of R. H. NEW ADVEKTISKMENTS. Com Kami nottlu voiir account. A. H. Leave orders zier, were man ied at tho Initio's home for those wishing it done. Penny. nearCrab Orchard, vesterday. Watciiks nml jewelry repaired antl at my shop. M.- F. Klkin. -- Lincoln Wren and Miss Nancy Jane A. It. Penny. rarmntvil. " NKwIotof jewelry, watches and Wren obtained marriage license ami will ' , A GOOD HARM OK an ACRES, Tiik bent placii to buy (Imps patent just received. All silverware be pronounced husband and wife at the acre to jfo In corn or oats, 30 cre in tiipdiclnuH ami tollut nrtick'H ia at A. H. orchard uran, tj nrrrs in closer, 10 acre wheal, sold will bo engraved at reasonable rates. bride's home near Highland lVnnv'a. 'I here i a house on and renulinlcr in I. ...... .1, I. ...!.. Apply v, n. .ucuouerin. Huv your Bchool books, Ink, tablet, Judge Vincent Roreing and Miss Sa- the farm 'lhi iF. firt cla land. H.ihlife, to i:N(I.KM AN, Ky., II nujvor, punclU antl school supplier; of all 81 or II. W. (ilVKNS, Shelhy City. Ky. a fashiona- rah, daughter of tho Into Judge Randall, Foit a nice, easy shave or It. lVnnv. kinds from A. ednes ble hair cut pi to Jesse Thompson'H bar- both of Loudon, were married Thov A Ireland, l'retidctit; Over-all- s, tan t film. Vlf Pf r tlltt III ber parlors. He keeps up with the timca duv. J udiro Riireinir is tho busiest man POINTS. PEf.DNAL j. I.. lompkin,nec yanu lien .iiangr in the mountains and the wonder is that and will serve you in tho latest style. It V woodward, Atsislnnt rtvt y, V. (5. Sai.a. train muMer. was called Authrr M. Sanndrn, Treaurer; he found time to dally witli tho little god John V Rimell. M. I) to Mobile Tuemliiy on hiudueM. Tin: Danville Advocate has added a of love. He is county judge of Laurel, Miss Fliabetli Lksi.ii: Wilhom Iiiih none to lxingtou society editor to its stair, president of tho London National Hank, tostudy dentistry with Dr. L. K. Hull-ma- O. Royle, the llrst born of Mr. and Mrs. nresidenl of thu Cumberland Valley American Accidsnt Indemnity Assertion Iloylu Gill Itoyle. Here'H to the youiij; Land Co., Commander of the Kentucky Miss Maukih Adams baa gone te Som- lady. Of NEW YORK. department of the G. A. R-- , has tho larg erset to visit her brother and other rela Thanksj-ivinj- ; store in Ids section, is a MethodWt est Nkt Thursday wilt bo tives. preferred and Kalra and up to tliis writing no one has preacher ami an applicant for pension intuied .it a cost ot Une Preferred Kukt only nre Month Wkiiiiit, of thiH county, broiiKht us a turkey. Can it be possi- agent of Kentucky. How many more nity Graded, l'rrterreil Dollar peraccide.it IndemMis insurRukt in Salesmen, will leavo next Monday to neud thu ble llankeri. that our friends have overlooked thiH positions lie holds or wants this depon- ance Include: Commercial Merchants, Manufactu'travelers, Montnna. winter in far-oent sayetb not, but we tlo know he Hlls rers 'not vror inK and kindred occupations and important matter as usual? professional men gclieially. Miss Dairy Hki.i. Gsiimi.v, tho pretty all he has in n manner most creditable, little daughter of Mr. Henry 1. Philips, A ukavy land slide on the K. C, near for he is 11 man of unusual animosity MAXIMUM IIENEHHS: has mx living grandmothers. Falmouth, kvu additional delay to the and enterprise. The judge further disV. F. Pack Aim, who used to work a usually delayed train to this point, 4;.ooo of Life plays Ills good sense in the selection of a Loss 5 000 "trick" here, ban been appointed chief whicli'did not arrive Tuesday niht till wife, for Miss Randall is a most nccom- - Loss of llandsur Feet Loss of Doth Eyes 5,000 A N. at Nash- the wee sunt hours of the morning. Loss of Hand or Foot. ' .S00 train dispatcher for the L. titished woman and capable of making Permanent 'Iota! Disability 3,5011 m ' ville. 600 One Kvc a most excellent helpmeet, bhe m Ijjii of 'I humbor Index Kin ., ,50 I) ivy Akams, the poor old crazy ne. him Loss of err of Richmond, L- Mihsks Moiuk Fii-K- , 1. 1. (1.I...V I II, II T I .. nf 11. 100 a devoted ineinberof the W. C. T. ami Miss Mary Howlaml, o( Ixington, ro wholuiB been in jail here for months, aiid has made (piite a reputation by her Ixiss of Time not exceeding 100 W eekt, per S Week Anchorage will arrive today to visit Mis Annie has at last found mom in tint in tho cause. The 1. J. was taken thither by Slier-li- n earnestness Asylum and Apply to or addrcs Hale. dis His de- semis hearty congratulations to tho D. New land Wednesday. 1'. J. Suwdkks, the new mall agent on Iiih tinguished pair. G. HKODIE, tho K. C, has rented one of Mrs. Mattie parture brought joy to the jailer and DEATHS' DOINGS. houses and moved his family family. 8 Kiflh Stn-et- , Kevins' LOUISVILLE, KV. from Hnrrodsbtirg. Is a bad section and the present a Tins Col W. A. Kuper, the minstrels. IUv. A.S. Mokkktt, of Midway, was hud wagon for second-clan- s civil engineer, died a few days ago at his ADMINISTRATRIX' SALE hero Tuesday en route to Taylor county The Boston Ideals went up nt Richmond homo in Orange Co. Va. for a few days' hunt with his brother-in-law- . and the Georgia Minstrels stranded at Patrick Hryan, tho father of Lieut. Administratrix of the estate of Mr. Crawford. Middleslwiro. It is well. There are too Gov. Hryan, died Wednesday night, at 1 ht undersigned deed , Kill expose at public sale Wm. LawtMjn, II. Mii.i.KHiiml llright Fer-ro- ll many second rate shows on the road Mn"iw. J. at Mi late residence in (.arrard county, Ky., on Maysville, from apoplexy. left yesterday for Pulaski and Wayne anyway. Mrs. S.illie Cook, relict of the late 27, with a bunch of lft Texas ponies, which few property lelonging to the It will be well to remember in these John Cook, died of consumption u She The following persona!estate' dispose of. they will her home at Rowland. Mules, tll brole Mwsh.T. I. Him. mid P. M. Mclloh damn davs of sore throat and diphtheria dajsagoat woman, who bore the many l.lcten head and and In ioud order; one pair of extra black mare Knijlieh physician sajH that was a eood i.ris went to Frankfort vesterday to ar that it noteii horse- - Mule, ware Mule, two Mules, sorrel teapoonful of creeses of her life with commendable for .., .. f..l. vu., .. lint. Iln... .nm 1fir liri.tun .... '.wiv rjl. ujj line the ease of the First National ll.mk for the latter diseaso a .Marr, eray Mare, a'l broke to work ; milk Cows, tlour of sulphur mixed in a wine glass of titude. against b'vi Hubble. Calves Hoes, etc ; fat Hellers. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Also Fannin; Implements, Including new MowHkv. Gkoihik Hint writes that it was water nnd used as u gargle is an almost er, Reaper and Hinder Wagon, etc ; his nieco who had the scarlet fever and infallible remedy. mm R. K. Thompson bought of T. J. I en stacks ul Timothy Hay, 9 stacks of Closer and all other personal property belonKWK to the She is better and no not IiIh dutn-htoestate. poets have turned loose on Col. Cress a iack for WO Tub will be madu on the following terms other ease has developed. Andy Hakersaysit weighalOpoutuls I'cmik all Sale Swope, as if his death was not already For amounts under $10, cash ; fur sums of $10 Hkv. F. U. Hiumii:, State A pent of the Bad enough. The Paris Kcniuckian has and is a girl. Ditto R. K. Thompson. and over a cred t of 3 months, purchavr to execute note with uooo security, payable to American Accident Indemnity Associa- two productions, each of which places Rev. John Carmical, of this county, nlmainx, bearing 6 per cent interest froms day of sale, negotiable and payable In the was here yesterday taking riska tion, Heaven and yesterday's mail has been granted an increase of pensiot him in National Ilank of Lancaster, Ky. MAI.CKNA I.AWSON, and establishing an agency. 8e "ad." brought us one that had to be deferred Um Argenbriglit mid Miss Matilda Administratrix Wm Law son, deed Tiiih from the WinchcstcrSun is sonic-wh- on account of lack of space. Livingston ThursWolf were married at mixed: Mr. D. K. Carpenter, All person havinj; claims against the estate will day evening. present them properly proven to H. C. Kauffman, attorney of IjuimMor county, is Tiik covering of Itamsey's brick kiln rv., or iumsuiun,iim. Hnl. Uiehnrd Thomas anil William Attorney, MAI.CKNA LAWSON.Admx, here on a visit to his Bisters, Misses Jen- caught tire Wednesday night and creat- Thomason had a small row at Fredericks' 80--jt -Marksbury, h.y. ln- ed considerable excitement in that part grocery. Thomason got knocked in the nie and Dweo Carpenter. ' "Smii.ino Davk" Jackson, of Iindon, of town. Mr. J. W. Haydun, whose head with a bottle. ix onlv n short waVH from the was heni Tuesday. He has gone on the The new 1'ino Hill Coal Company is road again, this time for Cullen .V New- kiln, was soared up considerably and had making extensive preparations for minHOUSE A I.AROK ANO CO.MMODJOL'S Frank-liman, glassware, Ac, Knoxville, and we begun to remove the contents of his ing and shipping. A road is being grad in Lancaster, on Danville street, the oldboardingn Institute proper!), suitable for a hoim everylsxly will give him an order. house. ed across to Skaggs Creek, where tho house If aid piopcrty Is not sold privately or rented for the) ear 1890, it will be sold at public Gov. J. I. McCukaiiy has taken up hiTiiKiiKisan old gentleman living in best coal in the mountains is said to be outcry on Monday, Doc. 23. 1889 at the court Hotel for the. winter. being county abode at Morton's this city who has three divorced wives in vast area. They will probably get to house door ill Lancaster, Ky., thatSAND1FEK. Mll.LKK ci couttday. doesn't matter with our Congress-ma- n and who still eta his cap for the young shipping in' January. It Addrns J. V. Miller, Lancaster, or J. I. San. whether there is u bar attached or ladles. With him it seems impossible to John Iowe. the man tried hero last difcr, Millrsburo. not. Such tlilnpi do not interest him, believe that marriage is n failure, al- week for lunacy, has been taken to Mis! as drinking is the exception ami not the though he h m had quite enoitgh expe- souri by n brother who camo for him rule witn nun rience to convince an ordinary man of wjien notified of his condition He says "cffY AND VICimTYT the cause of derangement was the loss of Has bought the right to sell the F.urtka Quilting the fact. . , . COUnInJn property in this county and West Vir ni..vtuiicii, in I...nwi.i, Cj.rinl Jliil Itnvlesewing liva. It works equally well on nil makes of Tin: negro, Mit F.mbry, waived his ginia. KkaiiT. It. Walton's ad. woik in a day of machines; will do ten times -- C. S. Nield, of North Jellico Coal any other manner of quilting; the fact it is one of examining trial Wednesday evening and in &c. IiOAHKD shells cheap at T. Metcalf's. the F. M. greatest labor savers ever offered todays. female Carson, who understood his case Co., wits here Wednesday. Judge 77 to see you In a few ex. He will call Of Hrinkley and Jep 'Hull'aker crossed the FiNhsrOpen Kettle N.O. Molasses at pretty well, tlxed his bail at $150. course he cannot make bond ami will tie mouutaliitt to Line Creek with their T. It. Walton's. & WATTS, trunks from here Tuesday. kept in jail till next Circuit Court. He iggiim St Mc liasgived away tho names of several of W. Hrowitt lias returned from Hoyle, HOW LAND, KV. A xkw shutter hinge at il Kinney's. his pals and it is probable that n lot of where he moved some mouths bince. F. Keep cnnstanily on hand a splendid line of when his L. Clillbrd, agent, at Williamsburg, was iiirr of nice cups and sautere for only deviltry will bo unearthed Family Crocerios, " oil'. trial comes here Monday. nt S. S. M vers'. tin ell them nt the lowest prices. Produce of all T T Joshua Roieing has been appointed And taken HI exchange nt Ci.ukm)n seems to have 40110 back pohtmaster at this place to succeed Mis kinds goods eviry day line market quotations. usucall. Hon box bottoms, meat flitters, lard IS. LAKKIKR ,t salt, Ae. at Wiggins & McKIn lrom (ioodloe'h funeial determiiud to M. K. Huiwn, who has so successfully cans, slay all tho Ith class postmasters in Ken- ami satisfactorily tilled the place for the ney'B. MILLS. tucky. Atouu fell swoop Tuesday he l.iit three jears. It is to be regictted STANFORD. ROLLER Tiiiiki: hundred and twenty candle Ucn Raisins, Citron, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, postotlice removed Col. Crooko fiom the ll persiuis wishing a pleasant life and will lamps for silo at T. Met- - nt Altnmout and anwinted Mis. ICIiu that the good lady is omigud to surren plc.tti'd wife let them use Patent Hour made nt iny, Bean3, Pickles, Canned Goods, Lemon3, Oranges, Bananas, der the idacc. but since it must occur no M.inloru Koiiur .vims. v.ai iu " " "' calf'fl. Roberts; took thoMt, Vornon otlice from worthier or deserving person could have cer), and if tbt y have not Rot it nil hniid, urge from them and keep it or get an ordtr ,.. ,, Mrs. Mary Hrown and gave it to Josli been found than Josh Roreing, whom them to ,h. Mill and will guarantee n pleasant 'Yes TiiorsANii yards of calico just S. b. Row- - lKireing; appointed Mrs. Sarah Gentry and interesting Iannis Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, Butcher Knives, Salt, Sage, Pepper, at ft cents per yard. wo aio satislied will make a good otlicer. W N I'O ITS, Superintendent. S3 postmaster nt Rulo, Hookcastlo Co.; R. ers & Co. Hugh Mcllargue, who was shot in a C. Hums at Hohon, Mercer comity; C. SALS "Dikii iMartyrin the Cause of Hrains K. Oliver at High Hiitlge and so on for tight Willi William Hloomer at this place 3TAUF0RB Coal Hods, Coal Vases, Fire Sets. Shovels, Tongs, &c. issuggtHted for last Saturday, died at his home near l'ine vs. Family AristiKiiioy," several score. He never regained consciousness If int so-- privatcl) bctore, I wi'l offer at public Hill. tho epitaph of Col. A. M. Swopu by a . tuation on case ol after tho ball paused through his bruin. correspondent l'oisoNKi). A rather strange from 2, 1889, Lib Hloomer is not yet out of danger Wo.ni liiiAVKs. a Casnv cmiiuy ne jiflisoning happened at Mr. T. M. square, my will probably Counts conn d.i) , on lliu court iouseon Danville T. Wednesday his knife wound, but 5- ilHirnhli limine antl 101 01 use acres gro, was found tlead in tho entry of the lard's, on thu Danville pike, C. SAUFLF.Y, Roth men were quiet, Mutt, Stanford Somerset. It is thought morning. Tho family, consisting of Rrinkley House, LHramie City. V)Q. citizens, except when drinking, then himself, wife, daughter, Miss Henrietta, that tho whisky disagreed with him. roR to bo noisy. Mc- t and son, William, ate breakfast and in a both were inclined a T, years of ago and A solid week of rain and slush in few minutes all were deathly hick and Hareuo was about .. .1I.......1 .iti.i a imnmvlt tfl commenced to vomit, except tho young leaves a wife and two children. Ho was iwn .. ... .... dirty, uaru ami iubuusi give everybody tho blues, to b.iv notliing lady, who failed to drink any collce, the young man nominally under arrest, 1 will sell th house known u the Hob of pneumonia and the other ills which ...i,:,.ii iu uitntinui'tl in uve eontidiied the iu charge of Walter Mullina and since, when they R. J. P. BURTON, Clerk. it is likely to Induce. pobon, but how it got there is a mystery Chumley three years anovo lost their lives at Roundstono bridge by foreign and American aa Mrs. Lillard says the cook ia Fivi: iiundhki) from tho front end Busiiicion. Dr. Diinlap waa BUinuioued fallinu.or being shot, htutls on wile for men's overcoat, made of a passenger coach and falling into tho last accounts all were btill very ForONK THOISANM) Dpl.LAKS cash. to order by John H.Craig & bon, Willi and at creek 10 feet below. Mcllargue was on l'liiladelphia, sick. Waiiftinaker & Hrown, , on bis way to (ill a marriage contract, Railway-DepotMr. Hurtraiul Spratt, which ho was said to have been uvoul-in- The Cottage opposite the and Hrownlng, KingA Co., New York. l)itoiMi:i Dkad. KEKT SPECIFIC cures all blood diseases, such asScrolula, L'lccrs, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat 11' lived about six miles from town, White Swelline, Syphilitic diseases In all its stages, Necrosis, Ac Price Ji per bottle. but he aftei wards complied with his Tin: clairvoyant, I'rof. Almeda, will who II AVIS' IKON IIITTERS Is the most plca.ant to take of all the Iron tonic. It cures Dyspepsia the usual timo yesterday and agreement, la the mysterious double Formerly II K. Miller, at the same It give a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liter and imparts new energy to the muscles hold a Bcance at his ofllco at Mr. Peter arose at $1 per bottle. place tor KIU1H? H.V.DKKU DO LI.AHS and nersous system. Price About a dozon havo took his accustomed scat near the lire, killing ut the biidgo no dellaltu conclu.Straub's, GATI.II'T'h WORM SYRUP is made of the best orm killers and expellcrs known to the med(1. A. Rene-diet- 's apparently in his usual health, which sion as to the cause was ever reached. ical profession and therefore recommends itself. It Is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price 3$ been Invited, incluiling Mr. K. Kengood for soino time. About Siiiitf chii be seen by npplyiiiK t" Mr. W. '"'GATI.YfF'S MAONjmC PILLS lor all Liver Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, son, Tom, who w a medium hiin- had not beeu nedy, Crab Orchard. Mich., .Mr.s. Nathan At Mtmii-rvillf- . Ac. Acts as cathartic. W'ncc as cents per box, suddenly fell over and when ft o'clock ho Manufactured and lor sale to the trade by the fiTTrvni'lMPH. Mll. " family ran to him tlioy found ho was .Strung tilliMltwo tiiinliU'is with New York. his No jo State Street, 71 Jin tiriiikint; bo old to those who have heard dying, and in a few inoinents ho breath-c- d tionof l'ttiisKreon, iiimI aftt-DRUG CO., It will not uh out) Iiursulf, comiwlluil hi'r it but as fresh to those who have I'ur-risIds last. It iB supposed tnat heart Ho'th it' was to us to hear that Mia. C. C. caused the sudden demise. Mr. tlauKhter to n allow tli other. tho lovely Misa Mildred Spratt was 74 and was remarkable fiom (hcd in fiKony. whowaH My Now Houso on Main n iSucretary Tracy haa tU'Krajheil Lowib, prcsontod her husband with thu fact that ho wiu the father of Tor term apply to Mr. W. II, Stanford, homo Is nt Hook Keephiff, Short Jtatul, Ttttgraphy, .tr. son Boveral weeks ai.o. Their children, II of whom nroliving, as Is also Hear Atlniiral Oillis, coiiuimiiiHnK tho IHw.n..bun(rd,oMom.FleLKAA K. T ? jvr V 11-l.-b, t iv linn j iy w lifio congratula- bia wife. that Iiih lres- youth American Biiiunlron, Clifton Forge, Va., tions moy bo Bent. emi-Week- Journal I cheap at T. Mct- - MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 1 - BOOTS AND MM i"'V "i' I WLl 2 i walton, dub. MannRer Artios. Gum Boots, Cum Coats, . For Sale or Rent. hliie-grani SLICKERS, t UNDERWEAR, Neckwear, Gloves, Mufflers, Fifty-thre- e to-da- Collars and Cuffs, Dress Shirts, i - n. Clothing in Suits, Overcoats and Pants, at BRUCE & McROBERTS'. Our Stock of s, il SEASONABLE GOODS Is Complete. F. Gcn'l Agl. Blankets, Comforts, Shawls, Underwear, IIOSIERV, well-know- n 1 .; Wednesday, Nov. 1 '89, BOOTS, SHOES, &G. ii' .... SEVERANCE & SON. r. ." Ad-11- 1 Citi-jen- T. WfiltTOtt Dealer at ty FOR SALE OR RENT. - Quilting Attachment Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queenswaf e Confections, Tobaccos. .....,...... .... CARRIER ' 1 rh A SOME SEASONABLE GOODS: A Otxca, 1 WMil m Holiday, IJec. er. hard-workin- g & 7-BT- BARRELS FRESH SA3CT. 1 SALE AT A SACRIFICE Prices Ahvays Reasonable. T. 1 1 Stroud Property nt Crab orcnarci, WALTON. ! The Great Remedies g; r WILLIAMSBURG Williamsburg, Ky. h, 1 St., BRYANT & STRATTON Business College LUUI5 . T.J -- i Wulf4Laii!JUri tlaWi TSTTI I tiHUHM.I III II ilT--. k- -i Vi'liAa-.- i JlG'S$itfiUL 'i!. ' "" r .i ni.su m.AAJmmlX SMSf vsAe k.Vl MHm:mim ja.J. . iiirrfc TimJiM iii , . .,- rwtwir-- - ..1WMrsWtt.. ,. . r.--. kSemi-Week- ly - InteriorJournal AT NEW YORK FASHIONS. PINE HILL, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. An-, Furs, Combinations, Cloaks, Notes and swers. For the Interior Journal, Huffy bona were never more, iFVTi!fHHssS7ssnsriHHpiHai Ism Candidate or Cleikof the Court of Appeals, fashionable anil the same can be asserted "catch your likeness" at n reasonable subject to the action of the llemocratlc party VJ PJCU YBAB, IN ADVANOK Kite. ion August, 1800, of fur capes. Either are suitable for la- price, WTWhcn noto paid S2.60 will be charged. dies of any age, provided only, that the Your business mannger must give us wearer be not stout, where tho (Inure is a call ami pick up some sultocriliers for cfc well developed, one like the other is ill the "cheapest and best." lie will have Thirtv-lhrv- e Aires of Land J U miles north ni K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Stanford, liood bos house. Also a stock field of a Ivlsod and both should tfivo way to tho a warm welcome. grass, coniislliigof aoout to acres. Address HUSTONVII.L12 KY. injury. Train leaves Rowland at 7'oo a m., returning W T. hTKl'IIKS'SON, Crab Orchard short seal wraps which come in jaunty Mrs. Nannie linker has been com78 at 4: jo p. m. Are anil In the biKiiiess and eei,Jv K. do any Bucklen's Arnlot Silva shapes for young ladies, and for matrons, missioned postmaster at this point and thing In the I'niVn i!lng line V have a full 'I lie test mac In the world lor cuts, bruises, 3. O. DAVIS, slock of Caes and Casl Is of ell kind, and Kobei L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. in becoming styles, short at the back bus taken possession of the ollice, which of every Our heirr, which Is nearly sores, ulcers, lt rheum, fnver sores, letter, chapfront cuds. Klegaut has been moved to Jim linker's new ped new mil be oM lined it short "(line II. 11 31 P m and having long Mail train going North AND SURGEON, Orcen tins chirge olt ur businvis uiul Mr show hands, chilblains, c rna and all skin erup- PHYSICIAN ill " " 31pm long garments in seal, display also such store building. South tions and positively cures piles, or no pay rcquir our goods to n one needing aii)thlng In our Express train " South 37Pm MT VKHNON.UV, line ,37 am changes in cut as may render them suit lf Mr. Withers has taken the contract ed. It is giiirinieed tu gio perfect satisfaction, North ..630am Local Freight North rricc 5 cents per box. Office nest door to Whitehead's Drug Store. able to different persons, whether stout for the work on the grade, lie is an old or inone) relundeil South- 3 JSP m Special attention given to diseases ol children and Sil: Si able lvery, The latter trains alv carry passengers. or slender and for the former, show railroader, as is also his foreman, Mr. I'or sale Uf A. K. I'enur, M.utord, Ky. 77.tr. The above It calculated on standard time. Solar sleeves beginning at the back seams, Cravens, lately of the government Merit Wins. time is about 30 minutes faster We desire to say to our aniens that fur years while for tho bitter come those which works at Beattyville. l itmM HARRY A. EVANs, Mr. Sigman, who is teaching the pub- vc hate been selling I)r King's New Dlsimrry fitted or half fitted, have sleeves jtibt for consumption, I)r King's New I.tfnl'ills, lluclc large enough to admit the arm easily lic school here with much satisfaction to ten's ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, Arnica S.ilxe and Klccuic Hitters, and have and commencing at the shoulder. Seal bis patrons, is nearly through his term, never handled remedies that sell as well, or that STANFORD, KY havcgiven jackets do credit to the makers' skill, by lie mav be induced to teach a two hesitate such tints eral satisfaction We do not every Of the various Baking Powders illn. reason of exquisite lit and thio season months' winter term. lie has a large stand to guarantee thempurchase lime, and we pilce ii satis reaj) to reluudtbe Engineering and Surveying in factory results do not follow their use These tratcd from actual tests. are rendered novel from the use of nat- attendance. all brancnes. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. remedies have won their great popularity purely Hugh McIIargue, who was shot by on their merits. A K. Penny, druggist ural plucked otter or astrakhan which is ROYAL LONDON, K , Good turnouts and saddle horses alwavs lor hlra placed in Vshapeatthobackand appeals Bloomer at Mt. Vernon, Saturday even1825. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. GRAnT'S'fAlum).., sttstttttttttttsMttttttttttstttlHI on reasonable terms London Is the most conven on the cull's and lines tho collar that ing, was moved to his home at this place. lent point on the railroad lo teach places in th. It as just an ordinary scrap ot wrapping pa RUfJFOBD'S (rresh)...sttttstttsSnBtsstttttsttssstttttV in the mountain sr lion of the J late 10 Tho ball entered the left eye and passed per, but it saved her life Mic win such may be turned up to exhibit the last HAKFORD'S (when fresh) sststssssBsstsstsssstl out at the top of the bead. When he stages of consumption, told by physicians tlut On Dwellings, !l utehotd Furniture, Stores, MerCOMIUNATIOS. chandise, A , apply to the old was sent from Mt. Vernon Ids friends she was incurable and could only lic a short time CHARM Turned up collarsare in truth (Alum Powder).. stssssssstVssasssssssssstsstsVMI III LEV HOUSE, she weighed less than 70 pounds On a piece of afin view of which some are thought him dead, but he improved DAVIS' and 0. K. (Alum)assssKBstsssfliHIHHtsB wrapper papei she read of I)r King's New Pennsylvania Fire In3uranco Co. K. 11. RILEY, Proprietor, cry, and got a bottle; ready wired, but the greater number ter reaching home, and Dr. Teyton was bought a large boltsamplehelped 11 helped her, she CLEVELAND'S c it her more, bought Lightning clauses attached and damages paid London, - - - Kontucky. may stand erect or lie flat at the wearer's telegraphed for on Monday nnd he re- another and grew belter fast, continued its uxinJ whether fire ensues or not, is now strong healthy, rosy plump weighing 140 PIOREER(San Francisco).. . OLO II IIKt'CK, Agent. 17 option, and as a consequence, seal caps ports a chance for recovery. pounds. For fuller particulars end stamp to W I have moved lo my new Hotel and am better Cole, druggist, fort Smith CZAR McIIargue has since died. Trial bottles of , are being purchased to an unwonted ex prepared lhan ever to accomiiodate the public wonderful discovery tree at A. II l'din) s (iood l.ivery attached and every convenience deSince the Tine Hill Coal Co., Win. this tent. The uniting of two furs in one Drugstore. DR. PRICE'S sired (live me a call. garment is moreover, according to Lord Welsh, of Stanford, manager, has begun 77 IKANK Klt.KV. SNOW FLAKE iGrolTs) The plnin duty of the Nation is, as it place has and Taylor, an especial feature this operations at this point, the has been, to see that no faithful sailor or CORCRESS I winter and is seen in muffs, which al- taken on a lively aspect and things are soldier who recuived an honorable ills- HECKER'S though for the most part, small as for bright and money plentiful. We have a charge, shall sull'er from Fourth Avenue, it j MT. VKrWON. KY. want resulting CILLFTS tnerly and of one fur, are sometimes va ticket ollice now, the polite and accom- from wounds or from disease contracted ' I.OUisvllle, This old and lloteljis still maintain ried by trimmings of another sort. Trim modating Clint Etton having been in in its HARFORD'S (None Such), when not fresh.. lug its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Speservice. All such should receive ming furs are either black, quite dark or stalled as ticket seller. A telegraph of- pensions cial attention to the traveling public G. A. BENEDICT & CO., PEARL (Andrews & Co.) proportioned to their disabiliquite light, the medium shades are not fice will be opened shortly, with Clint or ties; 1. P NKWCOMH, Prop., ' but no veteran who is as able as bis Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, RUMFORD'S (Phorphate), when not fresh... Sj ti Ed Welsh presiding at the key. The Mt Vernon, Ky. in demand and it can be added that fur fellow citizens himself should Report, of Govornment Chemists. as a garniture, is not only in extraordi- company's store is doing a rushing busi- demand be toiimintain by "tankokd, kv his fellow supported to " The Royal Bating Powder Is composed of nary vague, but is often combined in the ness. Work lias commenced on the Wells drilled lo order aDd Pumps lurmshed it citizens. Springlleld Kepublicaii. pure and wholesome ingredients. It does not same garment, with trimmings of quite grade of the broad gauge road lending factory puces. 30 contain either alum or phosphates, or other in- opposite nature, as for example, lace or from the L. & N. to the LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. and BOrTs'8 Ohorry OouRb Syrup jurious subslanccs.-EDWAR- D G. Love, Ph.D." passementerie, this being true not only will soon be finished It will be only a Is giving splendid satisfaction to the tiode and M. IfKUCE, " The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly in respect to cloaks, but costumes whore short time then until the company is rea- tho sales are pontively marvelous whuh can te THE LARGEST AND FINEST accounted (or in no other way cscept that It is the purest and most reliable baking powder fur trimmings and even combinations dy to ship coal. Everything is being done without doubt the best on the market. Ask for feed stable, offered to the public. to enable the company to handle coal and be sure you get the genuine We keep it A. HOTEL IN THE CITY. are a feature. " Henry A. Mott, M. D Ph. D." STANKUUI), Ki. cheaply and quickly mid when finished K Penny, Druggist COMUINATION COSTt'MKJi "The Royal Baking Powder is purest In qualSI'KCIAI. A 1TENIION to CO.M.MKIICIAI. ity and highest in strength of any baking pow- are in remarkable favor. Among recent it will be the most completely equipped A Good Cough Syrup. travelers Morses and mules bought and s.ld. RATES $2.50 TO S4 PER IAY. ACCORDmine in the State. Mr. Welsh, the of which I have knowledge. der ideas is that of a skirt made wholly of There is nothing parents should be so careful Only horvesand vehbles used in livery ING TO ROOMS. ' Wm. McMurtrie, Ph. D." side plaiting in alternations of two col- mannger, is a coal miner of a great deal of about as selecting a cough syrup lleggs' Cherry Also agent for the "All Alum baking powders, no matter how ors u hich appear of courso on tho cor- experience and spends money liberally Cough Syrup costs no more than the cheap and inhigh their strength, are to be avoided as danWALTER A.WOOD HARVESTING CO- - Jtukkisha I he best s A rope ferior nostrums thrown on the market Russian baths in hoik.. gerous. Phosphate powders liberate their gas sage, in some one of the many different now to s.ive it in the future. none mo good, be sure and get I1K.GS CIIKKItV too freely, or under climatic changes suffer de- methods at present in vogue. On the haulage will lie used in the mines and COL'OII SYRUP We keep il on hand at all terioration. subject of corsage adornments moreover, the coal will bo lowered from the mine line A K Penny, Druggist. CRAII ORCHARD. KV since on an incline plane, on which the loaded This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. a modiste can hardly go astray, lavish cars going down pull the empties up. others not 10 trespass on our lands without perthey arc still more intricate and Dealer In- -Dry mission, as all nuh will be prosecuted lo the fullH. A. E. than during the summer. The old time Goods, Notions, Hat3, Caps est eileni of the law Signed DENTIST. ' I keep on hand a No quality of Jcllico. Lily OKU D IIOPPLR, T.J HILL, method of closing by buttons is almost I Al Office on .Main street, opposite I'ortman ouse, M.S. IIAUUIIMAN. orders in my yard Leave Alaumkd. The rails are evidently and Nut SCoal Myers' More and they your be attend-e-al Hoots, Shoc, Clothing. Hardware Queens-warttOIIT McROllKinSJR. J.K IIRUCK up stairs. Nitrous Oxide i'.n given for pain leu abandoned inconsequence and the fasMcAI.ISIKR, S Yard or will Tinware, r'urmture and a S H SHANKS, extracting, S II II HIOCINS, scared up, as this published in tho Cinlopioinptly. J tenings in sinuous windings, often prove STANFORD, KKNTUCKV. HLNRV Slarfgrd Ky. 6 AM KKI.AJ Crocorios, MRS. PKNCK, IIAUOHMAN. IIAUCIIMAN D Conora! Lino shows: "A cinnati Commercial-Gazett- e K. T JOHN W HOI.M.S. atrial to the patience of any butde vot-- cs democratic politician of note gives a I ( C.PARKISH. fancy Candies, CrJis lies, ftc imilr'N, ; V. D All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods IIOLMrS. Dr P U I.OC.An to the cause. Combinations have ex I W. B. interpretation to the results of Pllll 111 RT KRHARDs JOSH AD MS fi xi KINNi Y. II W t.AINfS tended to cloaks, which were never ho the the Ohio election, which cannot be il Wrick Q. H. fanciful or in such variety of shape. The M. I)., M" "amiukimkwin DENTIST. regarded as entirely or largely visionary present Somerset iil- - Main Office Sout street, in office rcctntly use of elegant brocades is marked, while by those w bo appreciate the full mean- On I) Cooper. street, at desirable occupied bv Mr STANFORD. KY. A very ti place and can be vacated bj Dr. I.. V Huffman, Stanford. Ky. garments of thick, soft camels' hair wo obtained at a bargain . Address or call on ing of the narrow majority which the reW H. ANDKRsON. Harper. Kansas, Olfice on Lancaster Street, opposite Cuuri-lloven in large flowered patterns are otTWet Or P. M McROIIKRTS, Stanford. Ky. next Congress. Having removed t' thhplaie I nun Liberty, to VARNON, by addition! of fur, velvet, silk or rib- publicans will have in the that the demopractice Ills prolcssmn, cuds the attention of the ry In the llrst place, hesavs OLtquisir-iitt Aiijrn Cmcato Ri jcp bon. 1ud lie in inc lati inai 11c w iu tc rcauy ai an nours Attorney at Law, ,u'r ,,r ntghttn answer calls in town or country. I cratic gerrymandering, which will be T"i A T CX A T n T SOtKa AMI AN'iHKllS. a. lAJit I Thirty years olhis lile were spent In Stanford and Stanford, Kentucky. Elegant fashes are made of passemen- possible in Ohio, will, of itself, enable k AJjaVMIi Jm VAN it unncicssary t speak ol hwab.iliy as , , he deems iNK lr tho democrats to cany the 5'l Congress. fringe. Will practice ill the courts of this und adjoin-n- g terie finished with deep tf I in the courts of appeal strong enough now to Laiuaster It is well watered, ha upon It a com- - by him (j counties and LenviMg bath New jackets are trimmed with gimp, Next, they are lOrtice over McKobcrls S. Stagg's dru,; atore. dwelling house stable, in prevent by nTibuctering the passage by lortatilenecessary converucn rs orchard alto fact, w.iich shows from beneath the edges. all the I base four & 1 wnl ' sell While black is extremely fashionable the republicans of any reapportionment wther tracts I llANSIlt A l .1, ll.attsv 'le J Kin Con- aacombiiiatioii and as a trimming on bill at the short hesions of the next We will proeiute to the full extent of the law ' colois, yet an entirely black dress es giess, unless it is one that suits them. every person found o our lands with (run and TH E MOST RAPID ROUTE -Congress they can By carrying the d I (5 LYNN dog or nee hoh-k.- ' P'ciallya black silk is quite without 68 Mrs. AI.ICK TUCKKR style. Thei 0 should be a combination prevent a reapportionment at the first " THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE ' uv .. the .h u,. a c T and hence fastest time and most coinfurial.U ir.ln. I... From of lace or coloi ed passementerie Black i 8L'SS'011 ' t'"' -- ', Congies, and so pre Iween all points in the South, or to the West and "BLUE-GRA- SS vent the republicans from securing the NURSERIES lace over black silk is an exception to Northwest. I he ifuuterpxrtof this tram on all CENTRAL KENTUCKY trunk lines is d'uou itiatcd The Limited Lipress. additional weitrht in the next electoral I he superb A full stock of fruit and Ornamental Tree, what has been stated regarding nil black rollin. tt k we employ gives nations scrape Vines, "null Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, vote, which will surely belong to them in I nlimited t onilon it st tunes. dnd ever thin,; fur the orclurd and garden We "rA.,,,,".Co"" Ticket Olfkes , ihe oulh IMC.' under employ nonets but sell dln-c- t at low prices to j on will find our time t hits and ticket.. Sa) "Louise." Don't purchase a seal eap tho Wet and Northwest for S0UTH-W,ES-T. ' the planter.' I. rson.il inspection of our immense get M.inon and sti k to Motion, ii you wanl . tho figures of the next census." S . In Sn LABOR Inscription catalogue with vnfua. unless your features are regular stock Invited lo save mntieTy and have a pleasant jnurnev. tile suggestion on applic-ilion- . K O. MtCORMlCK, LINE HKTWBEN PAST such case one will be very becoming. Our Hannah Jane. l.eneral Pas.rmter Agent, Lhiiakc II. r lilLI.LNMLVKK, ( it) 1 ickct Agents and Other's t You are correct in suppos"Mrs. N." Lexington, Kv Our Hannah Jane was thin and weak LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. Imilsville Ky And ashy white r lip and cheek. "'s'1' ing old rose and black to be a fashionable ITIW BnaCunrucao-- i i- - .Tin I IIL.lt r A lOllltrMI.i . si, I Incntuti, O We often thought and thought with pain SCIIKDULK IN IUKIC I NO ;. to muim.rut combination, Published Every Tuesday and Friday Lon, Callahan McGinn!', of Altamont, Was hero for several days last week. Mr. Win. Head has pitched his tent in Jim Baker's garden and is ready to The Louisville Post gives thin good advice: Do not enter it newspaper olllco with the iutentiiitiof beating a retraction out of the editor's td with n club. If a wrong or injury bus ben done you by any reputable newspaper, ami you will undertake to explain your grievance in a gentlemanly und polite manner you Itiug the desirwill find no tioiilil" in . No honest ed remedy or newspaper will intentionally do you an li-cniii-i-tinu- MISS KATE IIOGI.E Candidate for Superintendent of I'ublie Schools of Lincoln county. Election August, 1S90. a Ii IK. F. Hrlnklcy For Sale or Kent. J. T. STTTTOIT CO., 1 -- $nd T.iX , - LEAVENING POWER &tCS&f4s o (FxrcWnMiVnMMKI Established 111 FOR mSIT.RAlTCE partial-larly'stylis- THE Ills-co- x ..ttssss WOOD 4 WALLAGE Men's Outfitter NEWCOMB n HOTEL. Kentucky. THE GALT HOUSE, tip-hous- e I. irar, Artt-cla- mm POSTED. Attention, Coal Ilurncrn. of DR. PENNY, FOB. SATJE House and Lot, 1 M'ROBERTS, 1 WALLACE E. ----111 Tr IT"E mBB, -,.0,. .hlMaiferteffi IASI MAIL Cincinnati WARNING. Kentucky Central R. R. i,i.imoc,uahs louisville i . ( 5-- MOTHERS Alfi; FRIEND rMKEStfTH PAb R n.nRTENS i h.ii .muVTs, ru f.V..rt Mo-ot.- 7l-8- hi-- M-.SV- jB jPI ijiM MB VeJ W - 3' ti H J S3 trug re OJ l -- . j 111 ?H o P a. O 52. i 2- - &' JUKAV-t- J " n -. j- 13 "j.'ir:'w o'-- k W . 2 2 'i BJ Wm MM iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirillllllH l $8 i zs h -- aBHDD fssssssssssHLViiiiH AsssssssssssssHsssssssV ssflssssssssssssssssssHm 5 cp g - Qi J 0 flNHsSSSsWVllH f o L HsssssK?rWlW'iS WM. ADAMS & SON, O liROADWAV, jLEXINGTON, KY, "We soon must loseour Hannah Jane " No I. No. 6 "Kllen H." A pretty skating costume I x Sun. With change of doctors, change of air, South Hound an PI j Dail) hi Sun would be of Kilfel Tower red plush, trim She sought for healing everywhere. 8 to a m 8 to p in J 15 I'"'- And, when our hopes were almost past, ined with fur. Chinchilla would look 8 18 a in I o.) p m J I' "' "favorite Prescription" was tried at last wi-l- l and should be set on as a band o 44 a ns o 17 p m 4 08 p m It gave us Joy, it gave us hope, o p m it le a m 10 jj p in J around the skirt and trim a half fitting m Mil- ceased topine, she ceased lo mape, Arr Llvingtun.. il on i m it) jj p m A M V lc, V D Veuona Ci.aiikk. jacket. arc sure and true 5 45 p in ll'ierce's remedies il so a iu E. H. BURNSIDE, ' is 05 p m Non Hannah June is good as new. Only one Night out to New York. p m 7 Arr liichniond.. to p n, An audience of Thk MtGniHNYs. Dr. Pierce's Kavorlte Prescription is the onlv 4 SJ P Arr Lancaster.. Solid VeMibtiled Trains lo 1,000 of our best people ".reeled t lies medicine lor women sold by druggists under a No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, Arr Stanford...... IV p ni about and Its proprietor Is delcrmiiiLd tlii the po.itivc Lve Riclimond . 15 P nil ..., return of tbu musical MtGibeny Family will give guarantee from everymanufacturers that it shall be maintained. case, or money reV J oj p III Arr llerea- satisfaction in Arr Llvingtnn .. 5 10 p m ... j last night at Macauley's and were charm.N... funded. This guarantee has been placed on the ed with the iirouraiuinu presented. Kv- - bottle wrapper and faithfull) carried out for iitiiiy No. S. He has recently ad Jed to its appointments No Close conn Ktions for llotton and all points l'a-- t d N..t cry member was applauded mfd several years. and Southeast. which were irraceful- Dr. Pierce's Pellets clcilive and regulate the Lve Livingston. S 01) a m . recalls were made, KFFKCTIVi: OCT. 1, IIS? . . 10 25 a in bowels :t:id sysiem generally. One a Lve llerea. ly responded to. the family makes a stomach, Arr Richiunnd . 11 45 3 I" dose; purely vegetable. A cl r m asi.vt.iii 1. mi vt-A First-Clas- s KASTWARD. Llvory most happy pictuiu on the stage; the Express. Daily Lve Stinford .. . 7 00 a in ,"" Kv Sun. Dally "What A Fortuno Lve Lancaster 7 4) a m fx To acroininoda e the demands of In. increased father bearing the air of u talented gen- Richmond.,, 10 o) a in Lve Stanford Few are aware transient patrnraL-e-, 7 am 13 31 n n 13 31 n'n 3 l!et turnouts furnished Arr Richmond. tleiuan, the mother bright and hand- - of Is a good healthy, pearly skin. " Lexington Lve in p in C 10 a in 11 43 m 6 10 pm j j0 ,, the shut time It takes for a disordered liver to Commercial I riveters and others a 00 p m 7 15 a m ' Winchester Arr Winchester l 45 pm 7 00 pm 6 40 pm in song; then cauvo blotchtjs on the face, and a dark greasy skin. some, with a voice sweet " K. U. Junction 7 40 p in T 11 1 in Arr Pans Ml B. pm 7 .lo pm 7 40 pin down the whole range to little Leo, the Onu bottle of IILCfiS' 11LOOI) PUHIHEK and Lve Lexington .. 2 oj p in 7 00 a m 3 45 p in ,. i, Sl,rl, .". ' To Pirn 3 03 pm rc.iou 1 jo p in 8 53 a m' ai p group foruw a delightful home scene and IILOOD MAKER will restore this organ id its " Morehead SUCCr.SaOK K) q 11 a ml j a6 p m 3 15 ,,m 8 jj'pm 9 3S Lve Falmouth 4 ra p and cleanse the blood mtural "i.V.e ",'" ' .'. 6 30 p m 1(1 members 5 40 p. in 10 35 a Arr Covington 10 40 pm " i "" compose it. The opening of all and healthyIt state, j 6 03 pin in ,17 pm is meeting with wonderful impurities. 3 50 p in 10 45 a in 6 38 p m THE HATTER, Arr Cincinnati " (, itlcttshurg. 6 ao pm 10 30 pm "Stradella," was well given. success. We gunrantee every bottle. A It Pen. rtl'MICHAEL, (Overture, ' IllllltlllUloll . A to run On the.Mavsville llranch. No 9. leaves Paris at " "' 13 30 am wi... ..i Frank's cornet solo, "Arbuckelenian," ny. DruKist 8 00, a m anil No, 11, at 54, G114TH AVENUK, in, arriving at l(r 1. line .lllipillir ' Charloitsvillc. Mavsville at to 13, a tn, and 3 in. p nt. No. tc 10 50 am stamped him ns a skilled coinetist. " Washingtuii -- Capitalists bought 100,000 acres of leavcs.Maysville.il 5,1$ a in, arriving at Pans at LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 335 pm " llaltlmore No. j leaves Maysville nt 150 and Hugh's violin sojo, "Souvenir tie Hay- laud occupied by squatters in Kqudolph 740, am. J J P " Philadelphia o 13 pi arrives. il Paris at 4 15, p in. T'icsa trams are " New Vork dn," received rapIuoiHappIauso, and he county, V. Vn , who refused to be The Nobbiest & Most Stylish duly except Sunday. 9 30 pm " Richmond, Va... a 40 pm No 43 leaves Lexington 1003 .1111; arrives Paris was forced to respond. Tho little ones, OldPolntCoinlorl evicted. They have aheady killed one Stock of except Sutidav insjnin; Norfolk in their kindergarten' work were very .. No. 3 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm;.irrive Falmouth and-sawill murder the they suiveyor t ... 7 10 pm : except Sunday warmly received. .Mrs. Finn k and .Miss 1 No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6 00 am; arrives Cincinlast one of them who attempts to fool Viola are both excellent cometists, anati 7 55 am; except Sunday. with tho lands. Train Notes: -- No. ,j runs dally between Lesing Trains leaving Lexington at 11 45 was evinced by their duet, "(Jheerful-ncsi.- " in and , o runs dully between tonnnd Cinciiinili, No L.IQUOR HAB DRUNKENNESS-TH1- S C1iK.1nt1.1tl and Lexington. ter for Richmond, Ky and points on ihe K. C. The family chorus nnd male Kver brought R. 6 Nos 3 IT-- In all tho World there Is but ono including theto thn my ol Louisville, now open lor pointsnnd themakeN connections at Winchester A-- M V Ky quartette weio very good, Courier-Journa- l, N on t- .., Limited Ve.lil.itlp fr.,i., s cure, Dr. Halnos' Golden Specific. PhiUdel. No 4 makes this c iinecliouat Lexington tibia. Wiisliingioimnd nil p May :;o. ,iu Kast.' "' ves nt It can be jiven m n cup of tea or coffee w Ithout KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON M POR TAN'T -j. & CO'S. HATS at Iand depsrt fruni Trams of this line now arrive Lex nitton .11 j it n m h..i.. the Central Union Passenger the knowledge of the person taking It, effecting a Kast mall from Ifiitilington. W. Vn mi, I This splendid musical organization making connections for all cnl stations ', m""d'a I cure, whether the patient And also my own importation of English Hats Station Cincinnati,aipl points North, Last will positively appear at Walton's Opera speedy nnd permanent West. ly except Sunday An elegant Imp ol Canes mid I.yon'r Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, and Cups Through tickets and baggage checked to any Acconiinod.illniifr,miO,veH, House, Stanford, Dec. 2flth. inj 1(1 0Cl, t'nusandi of drunkards have been cured who Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand Kim destination reached by a railroad. points. Richmond, Ky., points anv tor lull particulars auurcss S. F. ageni nt tne i;o, Uyurrives.it LexliiKtonand8:,o, a on the K C have taken the Golden Specific In their coffen m, daily, n. MORSE. believe Ihe) SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, Ii, II. IIACON Pass'g'r Agt It took 'Jo tons of paper to prii.t the without ther knowledge, and ",. sleepmar CScn'l Pass'c'rAel.. Traveling ?; quit drinking of their own freewill. No harmfu-etteCovir.gton, Ky, exington, Ky, billolsfiir 5IassacliU8ctts at tho recent results from its administration. Cures guar- Ulovcs and other Furs, a specialty. Ordeta outILK. HUNTINGTON, Genetal Manai Ker. S. A. election held under the Australian sys- anteed Seed foi circular and full particulars. Ad. side uf city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaranrirnn in conlldcme OoinrK Simi'ic Co., i8j GENERAL OFFICES: teed Don't tail to order a NOHIIV HAT. Jjyi tem. It see Street, Cincinnati, O. Cha nber of Com ui-- e llullding, Cincinnati, O r auiuo BRADFIELD REGULATOPs CO. ATLANTA SOLO BY ALL DfWGSISr3. CHILD iv No A. Y THE MYERS HOUSE -- ppS - " I ... Proprietor Jf?;;-j ; .f' m m. .. J f? I ucuic : 1 1 Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Now York, N'orth-IIoun- I i INjoI dud ISHHnrd Parlors Stable 1 s 1 R. GEOGEGHAN, 1 111 1 ' 'l , 111 111 ' I I 1 - M AT world-renown- 9 - " et 'A. HO$$U!iyWStnU r