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Tho following Is tl.o full text of an act of tin Ken adopted nt thu last tucky I'ross Association and ordered to bo presented to the Legislature with the, request that it he made a law Do it enacted by the (funeral A.win bly of thu Cotntnon wealth of Kentucky: SkcI. That in actions of libel there shall bo no presumption of either express, actual or lo.il m dice from the mere fact nf the publication of the libel, and the bun leu of pro if on the question of malice nhall be on the plaintiff. In actioiH for libel, If there is KKt.'. no proof of express malice, or the court or jury shall find that there wait no such malice, thou no exemplary or punitive damages shall be awarded; nor ahull any general damages be awarded that are not Htrictly actual and real. Ski,;!. No action for libel shall be brought or maintained unlets the plain till' ahull, before briiik'iiik' thosuit, request the defendant to publish a retniction of the libel and allow to the defendant a reasonable time in which to publish such retraction ami to iiuiku sucn amends :ih are reasonable and possible under the Ireuinstauees of the nx and proof of the publication of any such retraction or correction shall be adinmible in evi deuce under the general issue on the question of the jjood faith of the defend nnt, and in mitigation and reduction of (lunuie.". l'riKif of the failuie or nojr let t of the plaintill'to comply with the piovisionsof this section may be given in evidence under the gcucial is-in no Interior Journal STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1889. COL JOHN M. COWAN DEAD. ' NO. 91 .i CRAB ORCHARD. nad Is Love and Nomina Else. Lord. Praise the! the action. sk,h It nhall not Ik? lawful for any attorney at law to brink' or conduct any action of libel for a contingent fee, or on any undcrrttMiiding, express or implied, that he is to receive any portion, or all of the dam iiten recovetod, us compensation for bin services; nor shall aiiy.iittorncy at law advance any money or to Incur any liability for the purpose of defiayiu; the expense of the plalutilf in any such action. That all suits for libel against newspapers published in thin Common wealth shall be brought in the county in which said newspaper nhall he publish-vd- . of bar :... That tlili Act shall take mill be in force fnmi ami after it8 Ski. (i. ell'ect pass- age. has treated tho Ken- vsjiecially the democrats just like the lighting cocks they are, in his Mr. Cat lisle committee alignment. heads the democrats on the Ways and .Means Committee, thus ollicially receiving Ids aipoiutmeut as leader of the minority, though he was informally msign-c- d to that station the very iirst day of the session; Mr. Hreckinridge is on the Appropriation Committee, which con-linhim at lieutenant of the leader. Tho same may be said of Mr. McCreary's assignment as lie.nl of the minority of the Committee on Poiuigu Relations. Mr. Mono heads tho minority on War Claims, Mr. .Montgomery is on I'ostollices and H.iilro.ids, Mr. (ioodnighl on Inval id l'ousions, as is Mr. Wilson also. Mr. Caruth letaius his place on Education, Mr. Kills is on the District Committee, a most iiuporlHiit position. Mr. l'oynter u on the Committee of Revision of the Imwh, so is Mr. Kinley, uho, by all of courtesy, should have been the chairman, as ho was thesenior mem-bt- r of that eouiiuitteo of the last Congress who was Times. tuckiuiM The speaker Siniiiki,, I.kk Co., Kr.., Dm. IS, 18MI. Dkak J.NTumoit: Our brother, John M. Cowan, died this afternoon, about -' o'clock. Ilo passed away without a struggle, liken weary child falling, peace fully, asleep. II was conscious to the last and just before ho died said: "I'raiso the I.oitii for all Ills goodness and mercy to us all." His very last words were: "I am afraid I am detaining you all from your work" thinking of others more than of him-- j self. An appropriate and characteristic of a true and tender life. He died III full assurance of the blessed life ipiite a coterie of beaux and belles. They report a gay time. beyond. A huge bhuo south of town Christ Our "hearts are heavy and sad," but we praise the liiitn that his dreary suf- mas eve night caused a tremor of abu in, feriugs are over and his rest in Jesus be- - as it was thought tobe.Mr. Mack Holmes' ginWo bury him in a beau- - residence, but it pro veil to bo only some tlful spot, whence, the sun rising from hay stacks near by, which doubtless the water and setting in it morniugaud1 caught from some itinerant can bo seen. In front, tho lug urchins, who started home with a boundless expanse of Mexico's Gulf. surplus of Roman caudles. His brother Frank next to him in An exultant pnir of lovers fiom tho age, of the five Cowan brothers lies out- - I'reachersville vicinity, whose names we side Vera Cruz, at the western extremity were unable to learn, but who had doubtof this great sheet of water. John lies less outwitted the old folks by some on the eastern verge. skillful ruse, caught No. .'. hero Sunday His body will "return to dust" near night and shed away to that inatriinoni- the spot where Mario is to erect her al haven, Jellico, whero ere this they are cliiirvli, anil iroin Its opened wlmtows, It one till death do them part, will not be ditllcult to imagine, lie will Instead of a tree, a greet hear tho music of voice and organ he ed the anxious beholder at the Clnistian loved so much to listen to in earthly life. church Christinas eve night, which was We feel as if this link with the other somewhat a novelty to all. Tho pew world had made S.tuihel doublv a and aisles were literally packed with 'homestead" to us all. Where wo bury ' ,lu.rrv children and Hinilinir iirown neo our dead is ever "holy ground." ,,L.. old Santa, admirably iuipersona- Near a beautiful cluster of palms; be' ted by Dr. Zdller, with his snowy beard tween two 'Ven .grape" tiees; under a am wallet, came down the bankof shells, wo lay our ctiiimiuy, tirklliiK tliu little ones almost loved one .low n, "to gather strength and out 0f their wits. Under his supervision beauty for the coming of the tho presents, which weio many and va- Ot:o. 0..n.uxia. Kver in Jesus, ried, were distributed and everybody -went away delighted. One fellow, we 7 A Graded School. ., ..,l Vil 0t ft Bh,U," 44 Colt " lrof' . Ho.hr Kditor of the Interior Jolm Anderson was the recipient of n Please allow us space in your paper "otu me size 01 uie uonossus ot cation) to send llic frii'iiil In nminlnr Two gallants received a huge Christmas greeting to the friends ami paomoii "piece, to "water their grief," as trons of the public school. Tho present session, now only four months taught, Hill Shakespeare says. And I'ete Chan has been, we think, not only the most dler, they do nay, got a cradle. The Corpleasant to teachers, but tho most profit- net Hand was out in force and discoursable to pupils of any wo have had the ed some exipiisite music. Mr. and Mrs. George MoQuerry, who pleasure of conducting. Some of the reasons are the separation of tho tirima- - were married last week, left Thursday ry and the advanced pupils, thereby giv-- , for Texan, taking with them their house ing more time to each department with- hold goods and the benediction of a host of friends. J. W. brooks is spending out a coullict one with the .other. The regularity with which most parents have Christina- with the home folks. Miss Nattio Collier is back from u pleasant sent their children. While our discipvisit to friends at May wood. Kvan line has not been so rigid as to destroy of Somerset, is the guest of Willie tin pleasure of school life to the pupil, land Henry Pcttus on Springs avenue. .. . ,,. . . . i'f it it iif it mnst- tirvsitlvi, i'hiir:ii'tir. .. i' Pr, ot Georgetown female thereby making it both profitable to in-vcloping into a beauty structo'rs and those under our charge. &l LW. who tr.irtivo Spanish type, is at home The recitations as a rule have been more ?f t,'1 with her mother and thorough and practicable than is usually for th,t' with us ina school not nltogelli- - Ki.ilinothcr. J. A. Nowland and wife the case from a brief visit to the or perfectly graded. And that reminds l'vo returned l,lts ; 'lHY of Jlll,,Ml us that it is within the range of possibil. w,w ,,,L're itunlay. .Miss Leila I to make ? of the cit.ens of Dist. No. 'well-know, Wed-endin- Collier havo moved their A duller and a sadder Christmas waa saw mill to a point two miles nearer never seen in Lancaster. town. John II. Woodcock died at the Kli.a Hansford, an old colored "aunMiller! n tie," about town, died Sat- rooms of his devoted friend W. S. ntd.lo o'clock Tuesday evening, Dec. LM, urday. Mr. Line Wells baa lented the Hose jn the :l8tli year of his age, having been ' property in tho Cedar Cieek locality and born in Somerset, March olst, 18ol. Tho announcement of a death is always sad, moved thereto. Will Curtis hung up hii additional it nmttei-- not whether in high or low degreo. Thepiesonce of the dread angel stocking Christinas eve night for the tine boy which came to his home a day or two makes itself felt alike in tho hovel of the poor and the palace of the rich. ago, gave a pleasant Ordinarily men lost is like a stone thrown Miss llattio Collier into the water, for a moment there is an g social party at her country home nesday night, which was attended by eddy, a brief whirl and then tho stream Hiintin .V: LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. mmcwRS MEYER CESSE After closing a most successful Kail season and Holliday business, The Proprietor of Powers' Great ' Bargain Mid-wint- Store Hows smoothly and silently on. has determined to add largely to the attractions in every department and inaugurate at once a Great John -' -. j mirth-mak-eveni- snow-hous- e hear-ski- n snou-uhit- o ; jo,,--.- ,. ' I -' Pet-tu- s, 1 " ". dt-v- NN - Kock-itie- j ll.ia ,. ..ni.li.il fr,... school, u.iviii.- at least ..() per cent, of the expenses in educating our boys and girls. Also the immediate oversight of our children could be had, which all parent will agree! Is so very essential to the moulding of character that is to lit them for future Wo believe that Kentucky usefulness. is not destined to remain long behind her sister States of the North or West in regard to public schools. Then why not During the lacing season of ISMid'Or'it b'giu at Stanford ami make our public get won thu enormous sum of $172,81)7, school ns good as any in the land. We Prince Charlie's fl(!i,o)il and Longfel- have the situation, wo have the water, low's 51 10,0 1.". Tho biggest winner was the piincipal part of tho building neces-sira healthy location, plenty of monChaos, by Ilnyon d'Or, he capturing ii ey, children with craniuins chuck full of 00O in spikes and purses. M...-..1.V ' Ml"", UIIU U1SS .Ml.rv " Davis Dudilerar, of Stanford, two pretty little brunettes, accompanied byJMossrs. Hitoand iMnks, were the guests of Mi.-- s Lottie Dillion Sunday. Handsome Henry Miller, on route homo to l.o'wisburg, stopped over here Sunday tobco his aunt Mrs. J. H. Collier. Mrs. Samuel Higgine, who was "Miss Judith King, and Miss Mettio Higgins, of Somerset, aro lieie to spend Christinas w eek. Mr. Carol Plum-e- r, after a year's stay in Louisville, is with the old folks once more. Mr. Jas. T.item, of Lexington, is visiting his cous in, Mr. Sam Tatein. Col. Hen Hean, of Knoxville, is hero to see his friend assume tho 10I0 of a Hcnedict. That pop-- """ Woodcock was one of nature's noblemen. I Ho had strong convictions, which he did CUT-PRIC- E not hesitate to express, but he never, knowingly, hint tho feelings of 11 friend. He enjoved life and was always genial, we will make special sacrifices m all lines of goods, but whole-souleand ready to give" pleasure most startling reductions in toothers. His deeds of charity to tho poor and needy, his exemplary mode of life and his intensely sympathetic nature Selling garments that were $6 at S3. 50, and S10 wraps at $5.75 In will rear for him a lasting monument in fact, reducing each garment in the house from 30 to 50 per cent, in the hearts of all who know him. His soul went out to tho Cod who gave it on price, to close all within the month of January and prior to invoice. the evo of that day that nearly WOO years ago ushered the Christ His devotion to the world. Ihrnes was remarkable and he and carried out in his daily walks the truism that "Cod is Love and NothVc will also make stalking reductions in ing Klse." He was fond of children ami pleasures was to join ono of his greatest with them in the celebration of Christ-miTlio town has on now a badge of mourning and not a sound of festivities disturb his peaceful sleep. This gala time lias changed to one of sadness and below regular value. whispering voices speak to each other &c, cutting prices on all grades fully 6itd tidings in mournful accents. He the We don't intend to permit such a thing as a dull season to exist in was a director of the National Bank and our establishment, but will depend on "Bargains to make Business." that building is draped in a garb of Hundreds of cut prices will be marked on all lines of goods and insombre hue in honor of his memory. His death was without a struggle, sur- ducements such as have not been offered the people of Lincoln county rounded by his family and friends. Ho before. never faltered in the belief that he would Come early and get choice of values. get well, but just as the curtains of night drew down upon the joyful world, his soul took its Might as calmly and as serenely as a babe slumbering at its mother's breast and his spirit went out like a river flowing on without a ripple, without a murmur to the waveless ocean His was a life of of eternal peace. beauty and friendly devotion. But our friends, too, must die and with them the recollec.tion of ourselves. AC. SINE. J. N. MEN'EFEE the glory of Thus passcth away this world. We must all admit that it is a strange God who removes from our midst such examples.. This man who wore the garb of Christianity not only in l the church, or on the Sabbath, but in i his every day walks of life should have a guiding star, that , .rents j M.S4 Jb JUUN might with consideration point to and' Mouldings. Scroll Work, uii'l fin ' unt i flw.ix .iliillp.iit (If!-- , t likewise." But the cord is severed nml we can only sigh and ask, w ho will be Cedar and Locust Posts. s We uill carry a (nil stock of ever thing found in a Lumber Yard. the next to be borne hither with tho icy A. C. SINE, Ilukiness Manager. him?! shroud of death wrapt around No ono answers; can anyone sav it will not be himself? Then is theie need of preparation by all? Brother, our tombs are prepared, our end draws near; it cuinotbofar distant. Again then, in the voice of friendship, let us be "Heady for the llrst sound." How oft we have listened to the kind words of christian counselini! of this good man nnd while we do not piofess to have followed his ' kindly teachings, we do claim to be much benefited by his pure associations and pray that his angel spirit may continue to lead us deeper into the paths of Goods, righteousness and peace and fit us for Wooden The association with him in eternity. burial will take place at Somerset on d I .... SALE ! siLpEs m s. mm mm l Clothing, Shoes, Hats, S. L. POWERS & STANFOBD, K7. CO., SINE & MENEFEE, Laths, Shingles, Etc., Brackets and BOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, GS.wSJBl, JOUUKS AT.BUTT JJ JUS 13 tii-i- I W1H.E A1TD SLAT FB1TCB, first-clas- ' J0NESBROS., General Merchandise, Boots W'illowware, $x. Go there The only Store in Stanford that suits the Fanner; Dry Queensivare, Glassware, Tinware, and Shoes, Fancy Groceries, and natural capacity and many other advan (in., who was sutlering fiom asthma, was advised to try a remedy sometimes used by the negroes. An got a hornet's nest, boiled it, made a tea, drank tho tea and was completely ctueil. A citien of HawkinsvilU-- , tages not found in other places where we are inclined to send our boys and girls, nutl that too away from home.- - So cartful about ai ickctinc cough tjrup. Itj(K' Cherry Cough b) rupcoi.it no mure lli.n (he cheap and inferior notttunu thrown on the Murker.. Thu b.itt none too Kix'J.bc nre and tit IIKCCS" Clli: Kit V COUGH SYRUP. A'e keep It on hand at all A K. Penny, Druggm. one a 'I here ii nothing A Good Cough Syrup. urenti lioulit be 10 parents, think the matter over carefully and do for your sons and daughters that which seoiueth best to pave tho way to their future usefulness and possibly fu ture greatness, thus leaving a heritage more priceless than CSolconda's most valuable gems. A happy Christinas to both parents am children. We aro most respecttully, W. RMcChiiy, Prin., Miss CirrrinTiii'iiMoxn, Ass't. Buckjun's Arnica 1 he ular gentleman, Dr. W. 11. Armendt, accompanied by his brother, Mr. Albert Armendt, are up from Owonsboro to be loyally entertained by their many friends. Mrs. Craft, of London, is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Dr. Blair. Miss Kuto Curtis, is spending the holidays in Somerset. Johnny Kdmiston and sister, little Miss Hallie, aro with their father, Mr. 1). B. Kdmiston. Miss Maud Pope and brother, of Danville, are visiting at Mr. J. II Hutchings'. Miss Birdie Stephenson, a handsome young lady of Ilauover, Ind., is spending the holidays with her aunt, Mrs. Judge W. 0. Hansford. Mr. and Mis. Bob Collier arrived from Huntsviilo Ala , Tuesday night, to spend the festive season in old C. 0. Misses Addio anil lthoda Harlan, two of Danville's fairest, aro tho guests of Miss Bettio Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Haldemau aro here to attend tho Davis Buchanan nuptials, which occur Wednesday. Messrs. Joe and Will Brooks aro at homo from tho Falls City. Miss Nannie Kennedy, is with her sister, Mrs. M. (J. Wil liams, at Mt. Vernon. Victor Owens, of Mt. Vernon, is down to see his mother, Mrs. Addie Horron. "Vie" has gotten to be quite a man since we saw him last. -to-da- Thursday afternoon, after funeral services conducted by Dr. T. H. Clelland at tho Christian church of that place. The "Boone Club," of Lancaster, of which he was an honored and devoted member, will act as pall bearers and his rer mains will bo followed to their last olaco by many of his Lancaster friends, whom ho was so much attached . ... .. .,.! ivi.iu.i-i- . 11.1111. .....i .mi. 1.I...1.....1 n...ll to, as iu leiiM? t pleasantly abide with until tho summons ngel band. came for him to join the Uncontrollable sorrow forbids any further news items from us this week. rest-im1 Full Stock of Holiday Goods. Xext ilocr to I'ortman House. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. an ordinary . crap -- Salvo heit tnlvo in the world fir cuti, bruite, ot trapping p.i per, hut it aved her life Mic was in the lat toret, tilcert, tall rheum, feer soret, letter, chap.Ui;e of contuiupllon, told hy phyticiam that ped hand, chilblains, corn and all tkii. erup lie Mat incurable and could only lle n thort time- - tiont and poiinrely curet piles, or no pay reiiuir khoweighed lex than t pounds On u piece of ed It is guaranteed to give perfect tatWfactioi , wrapper paper the read of Or King' New l)i. or money refunded. Price 35 cents per box. cuery,auo goi a tample liottle; it helped her, me I'or tale by A It. Pcniiv.'Stinlord, Ky. bought u large Uitt u it;helped her more, bought smother and grew better fait, continued In Electric Bitters. isnowktrong healthy, rosy plump weighing 140 pound, rur fuller particular send ttanip to I This rcinedyn bediming o well known and so Cole, druggUt, hort hniith Trial bnttlet of tint wonderful lU'Covcry tree at A. II. Pcnuy't popular ns to need no special mention All w ho Orugttore, Inneused Klectrlc lllltci sing the same song of pralte. A purer mcdiclno does not exist anilt Is Is Electric DRUNKBNNESS-TH- E LIQUOR HAD guaranteed to do nil that of claimed. and the I.Uer K(d. Hitlers will cure all disease IT-- In all tho World thoro Is but ono ntjs, will remove Pimples, llolls, Salt Ithctnn and euro, Dr. Hiilnos' Qoltlon Spociflo. olhei affection caused 1) Impure blood. Will It iun be guen in a cup of tea or coffee without Malaria from the suteni and prc cut as peraon taking It, effecting a drie cure till Malarial l'eers. Forncureof the knowledge cf the well as tpeedy and permanent cure, whether the patient Hcadichc, Constlpatliin and Indigestion try Klec-tr- lc Hitters Untlrc aatitfactlon gauranteed or it u moderate drinker or nu alcoholic wreck. money and $1 per bottle Price refunded Tnoutand of diunkardt hae been cured who A. It Penny' drug stor 50c the Golden Specific In their coffee have taken believe they without their knowledge, and Mrs. Paul Ituttoit, a jeweler's wife quit drinking of their own 'free will. No harmfii-erfent Tnrcntum, Pa., grappled with burglars result, from it adinluittratiou. Curet guar in her husbaud'a store, and, after a desanteed. Send for circular and full particular. Ad. perate struggle, one of tho robbers shot drca In confidence Goldbm Srxciric Co., 185 and killed Iter. Uace Street, wincinnao.u ll4Jut W-J- 11 y ct "Only n Farmer's Daughter" is a play dealing with modern society life, wherein a happy family, consisting of a talent ed husband and father, his wife, tho wealthy farmer's daughter, and their little girl, are agitated and almost divided through tho machinations of ai adventuress to supplant the wife in her husband's directions, and thus gain access to his largo fortune. Her deeply laid plans approach success when Lennox, tho husband, has a vission of his future career, seeing himself at tho end n raving uiani-ndestituto of both friends and and fortune. 1'roin this lion id nightmaro ho wakes to find himself still surrounded by wife and child and his fortune still inWhat A Fortune pearly skin. Few are aware tact. Tho conclusion is patent; he im. It a goxl healthy, of the short time It Iikcs for a disordered Ihcr to mediately breaks with tho adventuress cauie blotches on the face, and a dark greasy skin. and resolves neither to see her nor her One bottle of HEGOS' 11I.00D PUMrTERand associate again and the curtain drops on ULOOJ) MAKER will restore this organ to its family circle, happy in their healthy state, and cleaute the blood it natural and mutual love. New Yoik Dispatch. is meeting with wonderful of all impurities. It At Walton's Opera House Saturday success. We guarantee every bottle. A. It. Pen ' uitfht, 2Sth. ' ii y, Druggist. c, wrmnmammmmmmmmamm Hew Furs I New Muffle rs, New Handkerchiefs Gold-Heade- d Umbrellas, Fancy Goods of gill Kinds For the Holiday Trade. 1 ' i. SEVERANCE & SON. iff-'ttp-i ,r i- ', -" Ta vtv wr7Ty Interior Journal itr ; Ai . f -- ,i Semi-Week- ly J r'' I John Fredericks, .while flourishing a bie corn knife. Christmas dav. telling Stanford, Kym December 27, 1889 Ucorge Nell has been appointed post- tho good people what a man he was among men, failed to remember that he master at Columbia. We Einerv's Sons' soap works burned had any legs and in making a circle with W. P. WALTON. his annlhilator, ran it into his leg. John at Cincinnati; loss $50,000. New postofllces have been establish- fainted from loss of blood. At the residence of R. M. Hassock, ed at Atoka, Boyle county, and Haccoon DEMOCRATIC TICKET. tho brido's father, Tuesday evening, Mr. Bend, in Laurel. ARNON For County Judge, THOMAS W. Col. Bennett Young is the head of a Meshack Gentry was married to .Miss County Attorney, JOSEPH B. I'AXTONj syndicate that lins bought the Dupont Delhi Hassock the Rev. J. C. Carmical " County Clerk, GEORGF. B. CCOI'EK; officiating. Mr. Will Cox and Miss Mapaper mills at Louisville. " Sheriff, J. N.MENEFEE; to everybody Got everybody else " Jailer. SAMUEL M.OWENS; L. it N. trains killed J. E. Laird, a ry Davis, R. L. Joplin and Miss Molhe " Assessor, K. D. KENNEDY! Mr. Gentry's hence we week boy, at Horse Cave and Dav- Hassock, attendants. " Sup't of Common Schools, W. K. McCI.AKY gave u reception Wednesday. id Keller, at South Louisville. HARRY1 A. EVANS; Surveyor, Jackson Conn is in from Kaunas to Ollie Francis, while intoxicated, was " Coroner. ARCil CARSON. fatally stabbed in a saloon at Lexington. s.:o the home folks. Miss L. M. Myers will enter bchool at Midway. Mrs. Sarah The death of Henry V. Grntly, tho Several persons have been arrested Welsh and Pat are in Louisville. James charged with tho crime. gifted editor and orator, is a serious blow .Mrs. Irene Skeels, who shot and Reynolds and John Fruzer are here fiom wns so fond a td the South, of which ho Pittsburi: to .spend Christmas. Will Lee lover and so gallant a defender. As ed- killed her husband for paying attention to close two Stock of to other women, was acquitted at Spo- is here from a sojourn in Arkansas. Col. itor of the Atlanta Constitution he wieldcost goods R. G. Williams is up from Williamsburg Goods, we of as kane Falls, Washington. ed a vast influence and his utterances Vicksburg, .Miss.,lwas visited bv a with friends. Miss Nellie Jones, of to close every invariably commanded univeran orator Pittsburg, is visiting this place. sal attention and respect. At n banquet disastrous fire Tuesday night. Five busevert week At Pittsburg, laurel counyt, Robert iness houses were burned and the total given by the Now England Society two by Robert Miller was shot and killed years ago he delivered a speech on the loss will exceed $100,000; partially insur case Spears, Tuesday evening. Tho parties which was a masterpiece of elo- ed. South, R. Kaven, a wealthy Englishman hud been at outs, for some time over the J. quence and nn earnest appeal for brothshooting of Will Miller in the arm at a erly love and intercourse between the from Liverpool, committed suicide near public appearance was Austin, Texas, Tuesday, by blowing church in that place some time since by sections. His last Spcais when attempting to arrest him in Boston recently, when he Bpoke on the top of his head oil'. He had been for disturbing worship, Spears being broadunsuccessful in love. the race problem, with his usual be no Lowest statesmanship. He Louisville leaf tobacco snles at town marshal at the time. They met at The ness of views and the depot on the above evening and both every we offer fresh.) contracted pneumonia on the trip and auction closed Tuesday, with 132,702 lit e. Spears after emptying his new, goods. One look hew died a few days after his return in the hogsheads for the year, which is over' opened pistol attempted to reach a full flush of ft noble career. The South, 40,000 more than in 1SSS. There is no ,. 4 ,V tn ,; r; ..4 .. . 7, '?. LUUlLLt whole country, mourns other city in the world that near reaches where he hail a gun, when the marshal, 0 and indeed the u w iv , u. t.ui'CU.j UUd W COinmeitl' Stringer, halted him. He did not stop ot" over his untimely death. her in such sales. UIG UfjpruuWbUt" lUhppy iwvuui.il MUXim. through the IrlVB IIIC USCTUi, give tllC SUO- John Wehner caught his wife in a until Stringer fired a ball Lb be wise, and. On our first pnge will be found the full questionable give be greatattitude with a young clerk text of an act entitled the Law of Libel, at Baltimore and siezing a razor rushed liou Goods, Boots, Shoes, which was adopted at the last meeting ot for Caps, $'o. tho fellow, who jumped out of a hiand or" ")..-..the Kentucky Press Association 7. n .. I AV... ,...r. ..SI..-.. l..r.t ..7. . inn ., lh,c tS i H Kjriiiou. lt(',1 (l ,s WU II story window and escaped. He then y IICIII'IS aS iiiuiu7 16 7c ijuui otiao uiliviiuuo dered to be presented to the Legislature, turned on tho woman and cut .Nimuel Auglm was snot anil nan-. 7 . her nose iTAcAiiuIti JJyJ JVS svsVC0 (C fntnnti fIVivticikml tulii.1 ! with theTequest that it be made the off close to her face. 3WC. Stl'Cet, William Adams .Monday night near law. A committee will see that it is , and A race riot was precipitated at presented, but every newspaper man in Brush Creek Station. Auglin received Ga., by the killing of two white citthe State is interested in the matter and izens by a negro desperado named Ben two wounds, one in the left wrist and smsjlfac j should make it a point to urge upon the Bremer, who, with a number of negro one in the abdomen ranging downward. member from his countv to support the companions, fled to the swamps. They The wounded man says the parties came Ii J Candidate for Superintendent of Public School of Lincoln counijr. Klcction Auoii, 1690. measure. Another committee was or were surrounded by armed whites and to lim house and being refused admit dered to be appointed to secure the pass-agthe fight between the two sides was in tanee threatened his life. He stepped 31. P. of a uniform advertising law and outside when they opened file upon of Jlfr. Stagg, J President progress during tho night. One white him. Townsend and Adams say they UaCindlJau ur Clerk of the Court of Appeal, these are therefore to remind nbjcct to the action of the Demotrjuc (Jartjr. man wns killed and a number of negroes old where I E. Polk Johnson that if he has not alhad all been drinking together during Hlec.iou Aui;inl, & are supposed to have fallen. be to of ready done so the naming of that comthe day and in passing Auglin's house new a. mittee is in order. FOR KENT. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. onthooutsido while Auglin theystopeed went in. After a little time Auglin was Isaac Herrin bought of J. M. Coffey The Georgetown Times is 23 years old. A couple of elegant roommu I.anratter Street, heard smashing dishes, etc. Townsend, was started by its present owner and (i head of butcher cattle at 2 J cents. It of Auglin, went in tillable lor office, millinery or bed.roomi who is father-in-lawho has been D. N. Prewitt bought in this county w.o WKi.cn. editor, Hon. John A. Bell, to quiet and pacify him, when ho got his Oils, School Books, Wall. in charge of it the entire time. The a large bunch of 2 and cattle gun and run Townsend from tho house, and. I Times is a good pacer and the fact that at 21 cts. low first-clas- s Adams a short distance following J. W. Guest bought of S. H. Baugh-ma- trlinn tint him and n!l(np(l with llhov( :00 or more of its subscribers have been goods. good to do tlrino una -- f ....... ..w j a yearling filly out of the dam of with it from the start shows how much result. Townsend was Drought Hero best workman-lik- e Lots appreciated. In certain contingen- Santaline for $1,000. it is Wednesday evening. Adams has not Very In the corporate limits of Rowland James Wilson, of Mercer, bought of cies Bro. Bell promises a oeen arresieu. and Bays that the Times will blossom in- Hunn it Bums, a lot of fat cattle at 31 II J. DARST, Rowland. 86 cts., and of Joe Cofley 1(5 yearling s'teers to a daily when the town has 10,000 Do not Surfer any Longer. Knowing that a couch can be checked in a day which may occur in tho near and heifers at $12. SALE OR RENT. future, as it is rapidly becoming a place In Madison county, J. W. Bales pur- and the tint itagct of consumption broken in a . week, we hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's Kngliih of importance. chased and shipped for Lehman it Bros., Cough Remedy, and wilt refund the money to all A DESIRABLE HOUSE AND LOT cattle find and who buy, take it at per It is with deep regret that we chroni- of Baltimore, 2,540 broughtthat averaged our statement correct. direction,by Ado not Ten. On Lancaster street In Stanford, with six rooms H. For S I: 1,600 pounds, and the princely and kitchen, now occupied by W. II Miller cle the death of John II. Woodcock, of I'ossessMon given Jan. APl'IJ to sum of $180,148. The best average made ny, Druggitt. Lancaster. A gentler, purer, lovelier 66.U Mri.C J BAim Our Very Boat People body, nor was for 37 head fed by George W. Herd spirit never inhabited human 1,878. Parrish it Douglass fed nearly Confirm our statement when tie say that Dr. Ackwas man more beloved than he by all 200 head, 1)2 of which averaged 1,815; er's Knglish Remedy is in every way superior to who knew him. Hundreds of friends any and all othr preparations for the throat and 07 head of extra cattle, av- lungs. In whooping cough and croup, it is magic My New House on Main St., unite with his grief stricken wife in gen- Win. Arnold, eraged 1.7S0; Col. 0. II. Chenault, 100 and relieves at once, Weofferyou a sample but" uine sorrow over her terrible loss. May Stanford, Ky. For terms apply to Mr. W. II. head, 1,720. All brought 4 cts. Rich- tic free. Remember thit remedy is sold on a poslllggins, aiamoru, or m nic at t'anviii; rj -- INshe find consolation in looking to the I..ITTIE N. HOLMKS. itive guarantee, at A. R. Penny's. 3 God of Love and Nothing Else, in Whom mond Climax. The First Symptoms of Death. his faith was so steadfastly fixed. Col. HUST0NVILLE. Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in various WALLACE E. VARNON, S. Millor, n devoted friend, pays his W. parts of the body, sinking at the pit of the stomAttorney at Law, All persons indebted to the firm of ach, loss of appetite, fcicrishness, pimples or sores memory a loving tribute in another colWeatherford it Cook, of Hustonville, are all positive evidence of poisoued b ood. No Stanford, Kontucky. umn. will please call and settle their accounts matter how It became poisoned it must be purified JudueFikley was pretty badly turned Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin-nto avoid death. Dr. Acker's Knglish Iltood Klikir before or by the 1st of January. counties and in the courts of appeal. down by Speaker Reed, who does not never failed to rcmuvc tcrofuleus or syphilitic has Office over McRoberts & Sugg's drug store. Foil Sale. A general line of gro- poisons. Sold under positive guarantee at A. U measure the mountain statesman with ceries, queensware, hardware and no- Penny's. -the tape line that ho uses for himself and ANDwhich some of his admirers affect to use. tions in the town of Hustonville. Only That Terrible Cough I offer for rent my HoUl in the town of La icas store of tho kind in town. Storehouse In the morning, hurried or difi'rcult Lre.uhing Ho is much displeased with his committer, known as the Mason House, containing tS client quickened phlegm, outbuildings. tee assignments and says he will refuse for rent. Reason for selling want to en raisingchilliness tightness In theor sweats at night rooms besides kitchen and other and Immediate in the evening pulte, Said hotel adjoins the court'housi Congress reconvenes next gage in other business. J. W. Wash. them when all or any of these thinjs are the first stages of ly opposite the new brick livery stable of Walker & Doty. Only one other hotel in the lon and a ..... ..- - .1..!.. ... ... month. This is all gas, though. Finley ...... .. .. i.mi.11,1 IJUU UUSIIII. Under the head "Caught with a Ko- consumption. Dr Acker s Kng Ish Coyj;h IIJI IMG IIKlll 11. l, .Mrs K. J MASO.V, will lire tliese feirfui sympKims, and is sold Lie ought to have sense enough to know that dak," our Gov. Jim Givcns is thus phoLancaster, Ky a man can be a hades of a fellow at Wil- tographed in the Louisville Critic: "A under a positive guarantee by A R. I'cmi Druggist. liamsburg and still bo the little end of face as broad as a barn door and a mind FOR nothing at Washington. To Reduce Thorn. as deep as one of his own natural gas llio kindliest, gentlest, oiliest, The property occupied by A. K. Klkln, near lilt of the Louisville dis- wells, C0M.KCT011 Scorr, Dans Hie toll gate. Good house, outhouses, orchtrict, is not enjoying tho holiday season inoit unsuspecting smile; had BretHarte ard, uter, t acres ol good ground, Ac, met it sooner his immortal poem would to any great extant. Most of his bondsTo canvass for the sale of Nursery Stock. Steady seision given at once, M. K. KI.KIV (lOUI) I'.W lor sue- employment men have asked to be released on the have been addressed to "Ah Jim" in- cessful men. guaranteed.once, stating Apply at ae. Men ho is incompetent for the stead of "Ah Sin." A laugh that befits lion this paper. grounds that 8 ALAHAMA NURSERY CO., Huntsvllle, All. I .duties of tho office and has no regard for his round body and that gurgles and like old wine reluctantly leav! a promise whatever. Scott hays they All persons having claims against the estate of I.. S. Withers, deed , will present them to moor are prevaricators and that he can get ing a bottle. He has enough stock in my agent, properly proven, on or before lamiary A other bondsmen just as easy, but we land, gas and mining companies to paper l8yO. Mrs JLI.IA A. MI nr. On Somerset street, at present occupied by .Mr tho expanso of the eternal heavens, and Capital to Build Houses to Rent. 8l W F .Mc.CI.AKY, Agent. shall see what we shall see. (j II. Cooper. A very desirable plate and can be if his holdings ever touch par the inter-- ' Hargain. Address or call uruuinmi ai A permanent investment for a few years, with V. H.ANDERSON. Harper, Kansns, of tho L. it N. Co. have est on them will pay the national debt. ample se, unty. Inquire at this office. Tub directors Or iI'. M. McKOIIKKTS, Stanford. Ky. WOOD presented tho widow of Conductor Lem- Tho personification of that latter-dageon, who was murdered in discharge of nius a promoter a cross between a boom- BLUE-GRANURSERIES I R. B. his duty, with 20 shares of stock in tho er and a plunger. He knows enough A full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, road, valued at over $2,000, made up by law to make a living out of it if his path (irnpe Vines, Small Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, 513 Fourth Avenue, SUCCESSOR TO garden. Wc and everything for the orchard their individual contributions. Corpo was not strewn with better opportuni- employ no agents but sell direct and low - at pruts to rations may have no souls, but these ties. There's a shrewdness behind his the planter. 1'ersnnal Inspection of our immense M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, Description catalogue with vulua. gentlemen have demonstrated that they simple, plausible greeting that many a slock Invited, on application. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., hie suggestions li.F. HII.LENMKYER, wiser man might envy." have. this year NEWS CONDENSES v Louisville has lost.by flro $2,157,052.11, t MT. VERNON, RWKOASTLE WUNTY. ! have made a Big Hit in the selection of OUR HOLIDAY GOODS this season. wante present iust what Oar prices HIT the bnyer where it tickles hiti; JUT last with. the pai-un- ta Biggest Business Ever Done in a Stanford House. Having bat days in which a Tremendous Holiday have lost sight value, and profit and marked all bought for the holiday trade at prices that cannot fail article. Nearly merchant in Stanford was grumbling and growling last on account of the awful weather, which occasioned dull trade with many. Such was not the with the THE LOUISVILLE STORE ., ivutbyr where store-hoiib- o 1 tne tasting ana yon' stantiab. er if make your selection from our Dry Tr units, Carpets, Matting Hals, f vi $.uu .,.,,,; WIB """ wc.ffoMui iui, vraus &' Stanford, Prices liule. There can such thing as ''dull trade." Throughout our entire establishment in department clean at our immense stock shows that experience '" your wisdom will Clothing, Jos-sup- Main SALIBTGOER, MANAGER. ' ...TP "Vl,. Itrlnklcy , ' o Having purchased the interest former and conduct the business at the stand, shall pleased supply the wants will patrons from all 73-- tr n For Sale Paints, Full Stock of Drugs Silverware at have a . Twenty Building semi-week- ly Paper, Jewelry prices, for Jeweler, ready watch and jewelry repairs in the style. respectfully, W. B. MoEOBEBTS. I ( FOR W Aro 1 :ron S.Xi5 OVERSTOCKS m g PorKeat Hotel. I Rome-de- y '!... ei-- lf WILL CUT PRICES RENT. I SALESMEN WA-HSTmEil- i'o-- j BRUCE & McROBERTS. ITotioe Wanted. FOR SALE .1 1 i. K.-- Krlck House and Lot, 1111 j 84-t- y WALLA6E, Kentucky. SS Men's Outfitter GEOGEGHAN, Louisville, . Senator Beck seems to be losing his mind as well as his health. His gusli over Senator Allison, of Iowa, whom he lauds to the skies, and says his State would disgrace itself by not returning him to the Senate, is especially senile when we consider how bitter and ultra are his protective ideas. The Clarksville, Tenn., Progress outdid them all. It issued a paper, teeming with advertisements and good things. Loving Gaines has evidently got a gold mine. e, 71. St Lexington, Ky. Boffff's I giving splendid satisfaction to the tiode and tho salca are positively marvelous, whiih can l,e accounted for in no other way, except that It it without doubt the belt on the market. Atk for and be sure you get tUe gi'iiuina. We keep it. A. Cherry dough Syrup -- FOR- Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Stanford, ky. 511 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Sliorlc-.- t and Quickest SALE AT A SACRIFICE I wilt sell the house known as the Wells drilled to order and Pumps lurmshed at 3 factory prices The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Stock of .Junction City to New Orleans. I j Kntlre trains, Ibaggage car,' day sleepers run through without change.conches nnd It. i'enny, Druggist JameH T. Oott, Carml, e 111., Says: dollars doctor's bill for hit He paid tinny-onwife in one year and one bottle of llradfield's i'v mile Regulator did her more good than all the medicine she had taken before. II. Dale, druggist, Cnrmi, 111, Write llradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars, Sold by Drug, gitt A. K. I'enny, Stanford. Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, Depot, For ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS cash. Quilting Attachment ! Has bought the right to sell the Lureka Quilting Attachment in Lincoln. Garrard and Doyle coun tics. It works eipially well on all makes of sewing machines; will do ten limes the woik in a day 01 any other manner 01 quilting : in lact it 11 greatest labor savers ever offered to the female sex He will call to see you In a few days 77 :e 3vc. si:m:s The only line running through trains and sleep. Ever brought to the city ol Louisville, now open Shortest lino to Ciialtnii.Kiif.i.Tenn., I'ort Ala Mcrid Miss.. including the Mi.. ii,L.A world-renown- mI AT The Shortest nnd Quickest Junction City to Jacksonville, Fla. ,' The Cottage opposite the Railway Formerly ccupled by II E. Miller, at the same place for EIGHT HUNDRED DOLLARS cash. The dailies are loaded down as usual with accounts of. killings, accidents and deaths. It is always bo at this time of the year, when peace on earth, good will to rnen should prevail. Are active, effective, mid pure. For sick headache, disordered stonUch, loss of appetite, bad Same can be seen by applying to Mr. V. F. Ken complexion and biliousneis, they have never been nedy, Crab Orchard. equaled either in Airierlc.1 or abroad. For sale by J. OTTENHEIMFK, A. K, I'enny, Druggist, No. 30 State Street, New York. Dr. Acker's English Pills OAFS, j. and Nut Coal in my yard, Leave your orders at Gloves and other Furs, a specialty. Orders out. Yard or S. S. Myers' store and they will be attend, side of city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaraned to promptly. J. II. HIOG1NS, teed. Don'llail toordemNOWlY HAT. !iyi- Stanford, Ky. 63 Attention, Coal Burners. " l,,rm,"ha"' A'ta. and Ala. Direct connections at New Orient n.,.i ci.. Andaliomy own importation of English Hats port for Texas Mexico and California- I ullman Houdoir and Caps, n elegant lino ol Canes and Lyon's Sleepers on all ihiough trains. . . Over one mi I nn urr.. ,.r i Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Fine Ject to Un.uJpedc.iiuate" ,U"" KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS Mobile" -.i !'i;ikwsjii.vi, SEAL SKIN SACQUES, w I 11 "A"' ,,c ' ad,l'" WOOLKY, Tray. I'ais. Agt., D, G, F.DWAHlis ueni. .Manager. Oen. .aiIi A Tkt; Ajl,, v. mi ami t. 11 RANK V. I V, ,.M; v C.' ' . .nV 'a " f fti'm ri.-- i w. f tin, m? , i.ifiJTi.v ,; ft'. ,- - . ... ' . V i-sgq !.' ift j ' " SkkS. Christinns goods. I. Powers A Co.'s display of I . Stanford, Ky., Dkcemker B.O.WALTON, MEANS Ovvslkv it CitAin commenced to move 27, 1889 their stock to Hustonville yesterday. Our loss is Hustonvillc's gain. A halk poind of good baking powder given away with every dollar's worth of goods sold. S. S. Myers, bub. Manager BUSINESS. Fiitv dozen embroideried and horn- A. It. stitched handkerchiefs just received for runny. holiday trade. Severance it Son. m Watch kh and jowclry rttinirt'l mul varmntvri. A. H. Penny. Isvouinu is progressing nt tho store of TiiKbunt jilnce to buy drugs, patent T. II. Walton, who hns sold out to mi'dichifH nnd toilet nrtlck'H is nt A. It. .Messrs. II, C. Farris nnd Mark Hardin. I'emiv'H. Huy your school books, ink, Uiblets, Mits. Geo. H. MiKinnev postponed paper, pencils nnd school supplieH of all hersalo of household goods to next Satkinds from A. It. I'ennv. urday at '2 o'clock. A good many useful articles will bo olfercd. Com kii ml Beltlu your Recount. The drawing for tho $200 organ at tho Louisville Store will occur Mr. M. Salinger tells us that 8,700 chances have been taken, tho purchase of n dollar's worth of goods entitling tho buyer to chance. '1 9 m A meeting of Hope Ixxlgo, No. 19, K. of 11., will be held at i o'clock this evening for tho purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year. A full attendance is desired. JJy order of the Director. A. A. Warren, Reporter. to-da- y. NEW ADVEHTISEMKNTS XTOTZCX. PROF. W. F. NILES will open NOTICE. for sale privately my A NORMAL SCHOOL, Having sold my stock of groceries, to be invoiced Dec. sCtli , I offer m The McGibeny family arrived on time in their magnificent specinl car yesterday nnd tlio prospect nt this writing is that n crowded houso will greet them. More reserved seats had been sold than to any piovioua performance. At.McKlnney Lincoln county, JAN. 20, 1000, At the following rates of tuition per month: Primary Department ,. .,. $1.00 InterjiPillale Department i.jo , Normal Department 1.00 A liberal pttrnnage is rniieteil and thorough work guaranteed. For particulars, address W. F. NILF.P, McKlnaey, Ky. yi.lf Walton's Opera House Saturday Eve, Dec. 28th. I'oiltlve y one Performance only, and the best production ypt given of the crcatest Am can Comedy Drama. -- Lot Containing 1 Acres 10 On Main street. On it are a splendid stable and corn crib, which are nearly new, as is also the fencing. The creek runs through the lot. PERSONAL POINTS. J. I). Swain went to Columbus, Ohio, yesterday. Mus. II. F. Joxks is back from a visit to Kansas City. Ok. J. M. Owns, of .Somerset, is with Mr. S. M. Owens. Mux. W. It. IlriiKK in visiting her sis Wr, Mis. W. M. O'llryan. Mk. anoMiw. J. M. llKNimick-- are isltinw rclutlws in Iiuisville. W11.1. L. Owmi.kv, of Ixmlsville, is visit-iiihis cousin. J. S. Owsluy, Jr. Wiixon, who is in business at is hem for a few days. IHvjii Hamilton uml wife, of Louisville, are vfsltlut- - his pnrenU at Rowx K Le-jm- ed. Koad Liw, Representative Warren CiinisTMAH day was rainy with the land. rei'Uests that those who have objections (K). Yesterday wns n typical T. Mvkki, wliu attends tlio Millers-Un- a to tin proposed road law will please mercury nt J. spring day, bright and sunshiny and the Collide, is with his brother, John maku them known at once, as it will be thermometer at (i.V. Myers. too late nfter he presents it. Rut if the Signal service is to be beMiss Ai.ma H.min, a Richmond beaulieved a clinnge will come to night. This ty, is visiting Misses Mnttfu and Mairu-iTut: t rent given by tho Methodist Inscholars at dispatch wns received nt noon yesterday. dies to the Sunday-schoo- l Owsley. 1'oi.i.y Coirr.v and son, l.ige, of Rev. T. J. Godbey'd Tuesday afternoon .Mi. Liberty, are visiting Mrs. Dr. O. II. whs urentlv enioved bv the voting peo Mrs. ple, each of whom got a present. Washington, Dec. lit), 11 a. m. To W. MiviDkiim Haciiiiman, of Hoyle. is S. P. Stngg nnd Mis-- Jvinna .Mckean P. Walton. Hoist cold wave signal.' the guest of Misses Nan andKittie managed tho alfair very successfully and Temperature williall to about W by to iSaiighmaii. satlsfai'torilv. morrow evening. Gheelv. Mil. ami Miw. L. II. Hamskv and Mr. Bristol, Tenn., Courier speaks of The Anotiieii Killinu. Isaac Shelby, Jr., (ieorge lUmsey, of Lexington, are with tho "Only a Farmer's Daughter Co." in shot and killed A. Lingenfelt at Junction the old folks. the highest terms. There is not a stick City, Tuesday afternoon. Tho circumMu. Jobs and wife, of in the cast, it says, while Miss Cherie stances nppenr to be ns follows: Shelby aru vititing his father, M r. il and Chnrles Mortimer are excellent. We went into Ball's nnd seeing n Kubauks. are confident that the entertainment crowd of friends asked them up to take n MiNtMiNNiK Hli-lkv- , wlio has been s and therefore advise drink. Lingenfelt walked up too, but teaching school near Hurgin, is at home will be our people to sue it. One night only. Shelby refused to permit him to drink or a fow days. Dei". '.'Mb. Mi-- s with him. A quarrel ensued, when Lizzik Mknkkki: is with Mis-Shelby drew his pistol nnd shot nt him Maggie Tucker, near Crab Orchard, durThe heirs of the late Mrs. Jennie ing the holidays. Huclianan Armendt have tiled suits to five times, four shots tnking ellect, two Mils. James Millek, of Owensboro, set aside sales made by herself nnd bus in his bend nnd one each in his breast pasMMltip Wednesday to visit her mothur, bnnd of 1(K) acres of land to W. R. Dil- - and arm, killing him instantly. It is also reported that Lingenfelt wns running Mr. Sue Holmes. lion nuda house and lot in Crab Orchard I'll. J M. Kkusii nnd wife nnd Miw toJ.T. Chadwick. They allege fraud nt the time nnd thnt the shots were in Ida Ilell, of Owingsville, are visiting a nnd claim that it was peretrated to pre the back. A coroner's inquest resulted Shel-b- y of Mr. A. M. Feland's. vent them from getting their lawful inn verdict death nt the hands of nnd he wns placed under gunrd till Mas. William Marshall, of I'arks-vill- i, share of tho estate. his trial Col. Hill, who was is spending Christmas with her A lot of negroes tried to tnko the K. telegraphed for, tells us that it will be brother, Col. T. I'. Hill. Dit. Lkk F. IlrmiAX, of U'xington, is C. train letweun Richmond and Silver proved thnt Lingenfelt shot twice behero for n few days on business, to the Creek Tuesday night, and in tho row fore Shelby drew his pistol nnd thnt he that ensued Conductor Shea and Hrake-mn- n hnd long hnd a grudge against Shelby bedelight of n host of friends. Newland shot one apiece, though cause he had driven him from his ser-fMivUtKoiKUK Whav went to Louismilking his (Shelby's) cows for his not seriously. Some lT. S. Marshals were ville Wednesday to visit her sisters, Mrs. on the train and assisted in restoring oi- own use. It is further said that LingenJ. T. J.ynn and Miss Nettie Wniy. W. ClHTIS KuitKKT, Of U.1COI1 A SoilS, lier. It hnppened in tho Indies' coach, felt and his friends had been trying to is spending the holidays with badly frightening, as well as endanger- bulldoze Shelby for sometime and had made threats against him. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kgbert. ing the lifes of tho passengers. . Mks. l)lt. A. U.'lxn'BLi, ami Misses Old Mr. Thornton Porter contributes MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Mattio Newcomb and Mattlu Williams, this: "I saw Mr. Dawson's piece in the of Mt. Vernon, uru guests of Mrs. W. J. Willinm Gooch obtained license to I. J. about hunting. 1 think I can beat marry Miss Mnttie Ynught at Milledge-vill- e sparks. A man named Collier camo to my that. Mu. Ciiahles Moiik, of the German father's house nnd staid nil night. The Hotel, leaves I'. S. Taylor nnd Miss Caroline, for Franklin, where next morning nbout sunrise we went to ho has secured another house. He is u I daughter of W. A. Holtzclaw, were marDuddernr's woods to hunt njuirrels. clever gentleman and we wish him suc- found thu squirrels nnd he killed SO be- ried on the IMth. cess. Perry Trimble, 19, and Miss Talitha fore night, rarely ever missing n shpt, Leach, of the Kingsville section, were W. G. Di'Ni.Ai'has resigned his posiand sometimes killing two at a shot." made one Christinas day. tion witli the revenue service to go back Kane S. Hohon, of Decatur, III., nnd Ok Miss Adelaide Cherie, who appears to the insurance business, which ho he says is fully as prolltoble and far less in "Only a Farmer's Daughter" at Wal- Miss Susie, daughter of Russell Cecil, of ton's Opera Houso Dec. L'Sth, the New Harrodsburg, were married on the -- oil. hazardous. Mifcs Cyrena Young, nsweetsixteen-er- , Tom Kkiiaium and Dr. Steele York World-says- . "The most beautiful Cait. gave herself to Joseph M. Hnstiu, INiley attended the dinner given by lady on tho American stage." TribJr L. S. McMurtry, at Danville Christ- une: "A diflicult adventuress beautiful- aged -- 0, for a Christinns gift WednesLondon Times: "To day. mas day to his old Lancaster friends. ly performed." Anna C. Jones, the There were 10 excellent courses and it praise her is to gild rellned gold." Meltook ;SJ iiourti to liiwusH them. Tno bourne F.ra: "All Australia is woisliip-in- g daughter of preacher Sam Jones, eloped c.iptiiiu says lie never spenta more pleasher beauty and talent." South Af- Wednesday with William M. Graham, n rican Gazette: "MKs Cherie has captur- court stenographer, from Cartersville, day. ant Ga. Hon. 11. (.'. Waiiiien left for Frankfort ed tho Cape of Good Hope." J. G. Records, who has qoi but KS yesterday to be in time for tlio caucus to Tin: party given by Miss Julia lhadley winters, and Miss Margaret, daughter of nominate ollicers'for the legislature. He to her guests, Misses Jones and Rue, of G. M. Clift, upon whoso head but 13 is undecided as to speaker, with n leansummer suns have shone, wero permitHarrodsbuig, at her homu at Hubton-villing to Myeis or Co.. Mr. Warren is n Tuesday evening, was a delightful ted to become husband and wife by their broad minded and conservative man and aliair and was well attended by the beau- respective parents yesterday. we expect to hear many good reports of Miss Jean It. Buchanan, was married ty and chivalry of Lincoln, Uoylu and his course in the legislature. Mercer. The fair hostess, assisted by at Mr. W. F. Abraham's Wednesday to Missus Hello lloglu and Annie Adams, S. M. Davis, Ksq., of Kuoxville. The CITY AND VICINITY. did the entertaining and it is needless to bride is both handsome and cultivated Pickled pigs' feet for sale at M. F. say it was donu handsomely. Tho dance and the groom is said to bo an excellent was engaged in and a rare treat of .Miss business man. Mr. J. Will Swopo and Miss Mary Rradley's musical talent was enjoyed. New Stock Hamilton steel plows at An elegantly served lunch at 11 o'clock Gulluy wero married at the bride's fathHiggins iv McKinney's. was partaken of and it wns far into tlio er's in Garrard nt 10 o'clock yesterday The mad stone worked well on the wee snin' hours before tho guests could morning, by Klder J. 0. Montgomery. Smith boy at fc'omeiest and was returned get their own consent to leave the scene The marriage is u consummation of a long courtship, which strange to say has of merriment. n to its owner yesterdav by Policeman been one of smooth sailing from their Cihustmas night brought the usual llrst acquaintance to the day of their We nro much pleased to learn that disorder and drunkenness. One young marriage. Tlio usual littlu "fall outs" Miss Kiln Watson will get the Lancaster man, more disorderly than tho rest, wns nnd "make ups" have been conspicuous postolllee. She is fully capable of its ar- taken to jail, but wns lot oll'on the prom for their absence, which seems concluduous duties and most dcserviiu? of the ise of his friends that he would go home. sive proof that it has been tho Lord's Wo will let him oil", too, this time with will all along that they should bo huspreferment. . tho suggestion that a repetition of such band nnd wife. MissGulleyis a handI will bo in Stanford January 1st to conduct will certainly be exposed in this some brunette, accomplished and noted practice my profession dentistry. My paper, ns much as wc dislike to do it. for her sweetness of disposition ami loveollico will bo over W. U. McKoberts' About U o'clock Joe Portman applied ly character, while Mr. Swopo is 11 young store. A portion of your patronage is an offensive epithet to Marsha) Newland man of high morals, good business quallegion of asked. A. S. Price. nnd was promptly knocked down. Olll- - ifications and the possessor of a bright ns friends. May their lives he ns An election of n board 01 directors of cors should not bo too handy with their the day of their marriage is the Inteiiioii the Lincoln County Building and Sav- dubs, neither should people presume on Journal's hearty wish. ings Association for the year 18!H) will bo their forbearance. An ollic.'r bus the A free tight resulted from a mistnku held nt the ollico of the secretary on Sat- same right, no more, no less, than any in distributing the presents nt n Christ-inn- s urday, Dec. U8, 1869, between tlio hours other man to resent an insult. Portman tree celebration in an Englu Creek, badof 9 a. m. and 0 i. m. Hy order of the got tho blow in his face and is quite III,, church Tuesday night and many ly hurt. persons wero seriously hurt. board. A. A. Warren, Sec'y. e The cry of spoiled meat comes from nil over the State to tho extent that makes Hex Johnson, who claims that housed It a very serious matter. A good deal citizen of this county, has been lost in this county. Mr. John to be n is being taken care of at present by tho liright tells us thnt ho finds more than charity organizations of Louisville. half of his badly tainted, tho result of the prolonged period of warm weather. Normal Pilot". W. F. Nii.es will open School at McRinney January L'Oth. He As Mit. J. T. O'Haih was loading some is u competent instructor and hns hnd rock near tho crossing on Danville street much success in imparting the art of a train passed by scaring his horse nnd teaching. mnking the animal tnko to his heels. .. Mr. O'Hair was violently knocked down The Van Arsdale brick house on Main by the wagon and tho wheels passed street hns been rented to J. K. Farris over his left ankle, spraining it severely. nnd he will move bio family to town. The wagon wns badly used up while the Mr. W. F. Kamsey will llvo at Mr. Farhorse came out badly scarred nnd bruisris' place in tho country. well-to-do OlTliTr A.-- - Farmer's Daurjilier A play 11 that has made all America and Kngland laugh and cry CLEM. BRIGHT & ELTTY 51s Acres of Land, About Now in It Twelfth year. Magnificent Continue Oeorgeoui Original Paraphernalia. Properties A and KITects. An Incomparable Company, positive Success muthae Merit. Price 50 an,d 15 cents; referred cat 75 cents Seal can be had at W U McKoberts' Drug Store. y2 miles from Stanford, on the Crab Orchard pike. house and good water on it. Nearly all in grass. Small FTTBiaC SALE Having rented tuy farm ntar Mc Kinney, sell on the premises, at public auction, on I 1 is 111 Tuesday, December 31st. Ileiriniiing at in o'clock, A pair of high, 1 P ta.Mulc Colts. Uo. Mare v year-ol- and black mare mules. 1 hands 13 Horse .Mule, 3 Good II rood 3 7 Mares, work well and in foal to jack yearling horse .olti, 1 ty Messenger Ureee. 1 milk cows, s old 3 with young calves, bull, 13 head heifers and steers, ti nice butcher stuff. A Columbus Buggy, nearly new; Splendid Folding Bed; Marble Top Wash Stand, with Large Mirror; several Rocking Chairs; Carpet; Curtains; Coal Vase; Wash Stand Set, &c. Those needing such things would do well to call on sows and pic. lot of hogs, buggy and harnlss Farming Implements ofail kinds, including one wagon, reaper, mow er, rake, household and kitchen furniture, A C. DUNN, 91.31 Terms made known on day of sale McKinney Ky. s T. K,. "WAI.TOIT, Stanford, Da-M- bar-roo- m Ky. KKI'ORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE llrst-ehis- Stanford Holler Mills To Hoard of Directors The buildings, lot and plant costing originally $17,500 was bought by the present company at $13,500. The old machinery svas torn out and the best new roller machinery put in; the whole buildings wcie renosated; tne clesator was strengthened and covered with sheet iron alt at a cost of Jl.1,357 31 making the cost ol the mill to the company 135,1:17.31. 1 ne capital stock. 01 me company, wlicn'it began operation July 7th, 1ES7, was but 119.800, so that it began with a debt of $6,05731. The condition of the Mill on the list of Dec. 1889 after careful examination, may be thus summarised. My customers will please make arrangements to settle up promptly, as I will leave Stanford within about 20 days. s - Ao Mo PBMNY9 DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &0. Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. To stockholders To indebtedness for wheat, Ac LIABILITIES - f 10,800 140,144 00 40 3 34 r 70,344 40 3$0MSi S . oKt'a Jsr-N- JVtoirra or Mill and plant Due from customers, Ac Wheat, flour, Ac, on hand RESOURCES. 5.857 9,173 13,340 1,768 Cash Its resources thus exceed its liabilities It paid a dividend of 8 per ct. Jan 169 03 THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, o,i46 iB J 10,001 78 CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than ? 1,58400 the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Re. h paired on short)notice and warranted. Total profits in a y'rs, 3 moi 14 days 111,585 78 These earnings have been disposed of f s follows Debt on Mill paid oil Disidend of 8 per cent. Jin. Dividend ol 8 per cent. Dec. Undivided profits W J S. HOCKKR.Sec 1, 1ES9 31, lEto. .. 1 6,057 1,584 00 1,584 00 :l 3,360 47 $11,565 78 to-da- to-da- y WELCH, Pres. December 31, 1889 C, FOR RKMTT. ilmkmmmMmti Is Receiving His House & Lot of Miss Mary Myers, Now cccnpistlby Mr. G. N. Uradley, is fur rent for the year 181.0. Possession Ben January ist. A. D. ROO I'. Stanford Kv. 84 FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT. VKKNOX.IvY. Office next door to Whitehead's Drue store. Special attention given to diseases ol children f. 1 The Great Remedies ! HARRY A. EVANs, CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL STANFORD, KY e, KIJKT' SPKCIrMc cpres all blood diseases, such as Scrofula, L'lcers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat White Swelling. Syphilitic diseases in all its stages, Necrosis. Arc. Price $1 per bottle. IIAVIS" IKON IIITl'KRS is tho most pleasant to take of alt the Iron tonich. It cures Dyspepsia it gives a keen appetite, enriches the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscks nud nersoiiH sssti'iii. Price Jl per bottle. GA CLIFF'S WORM SVRUP i madn of the best worm killers nnd cxpellers known to the medical profession and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price 7$ per bottle. (JATLIKF'S MAGNETIC PILLS lor all User Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, A'c. Acts as cnthiirtic. Price as cents per boi. I Manufactured and lor sale to tne trado by the Engineering and Surveying in all branches. WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Williamsburg, Ky. Established 1825. FOR. IlTSXJBiAlTOE On Dwellings, NEW FURNITURE ST0BEI MAOK HI7FFM AK, iiPBHP0 chandise, Household Arc , rurniture, Snres, apply to the old Mer- Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. Lightning clauses attached and damages paid whether lire ensues or not. GEO. H 11RUCK, Aent. . ,7 De-Hor- Stockholders' Meeting. Dank of HtistMiville will be held at their banking house in Ilustonsille un the second Tued.iy In January, 1890, for the purpose ol electing nine directors to servo the ensuing year. 84 A meeting of the stockholders of the National J. W.llOCKKK, Cashier. Stockholders' Meeting. A meeting of the stockholders of thn First National Hank will be held at their banking house In Stanlord on tint second Tuesday in Jaimiry, 180, lortlie purpose of electing eleven directors to serve the ensuing year 84 JOHN J. McKOHKR'IS, Cashier. Stockholders' Meeting. A meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln National Hank will be held at their banking house in Stanford on the second Tuesday in January, tSqo, lor the purpose of electing eleven directors to serve the ensuing year. J. . OWSLEY, Cashier. 84 Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con vipced that I sell lower than the lowest. BRYANT Jioofc & STRATTON Business College Li W Write Kecplna, Short Hand, Telegraphy. Se fur Catalogue and full information. I IT IV 1 UI9VlkbEa If'V w CI ; "',. 1? ' t& K ? A,i r. rt WWlSiikT lb "" W?&L HtHRil Bwanw ftw WIIBWIWaHBBCMIilWWBIglMWIWMaBMWIWBtMMMWBWMWBBWMWWMWMMBl w TjrTTM . :' 5r v"- H:.s rwpsyx p? T ' Vim mmrmm - ...-- - t - . - z 7777 r . 7 BE 1WJB v V i 1?? . ' - -- 'M-',TT,w'FF7f- 2 - WT r - ,, "l ' t ' wwwf .j, x, 5 - ." Y r . ' ,tTI'"- - 7 'lmf . A 1 I Semi-Week- ly 1 InteriorJournal AT SEEKING INFORMATION. A VAXCBUS HOT. K. M. BRUCE, Published Every Tuesday and Friday ?V I?ICU -- YKAIUN ADVANCK $2.60 will be charged. HfkaJHHHMaajflflflaBaBaBaBaBHSHMHlMjaBBapvfffBj Vhen not to paid K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning t s '1 ! tn L. & N. LOCAL f JMECAR0. 1 ACK, do you remember thnt day In December, Snow clouded a n tl drizzling nnd murky, When, through nomlt fairly recking with mist, wis went necking Thov. ltd turkey fw3fCjP "R v rrkmPi- - ' , J 31pm Mail tram going North " " South jipm 1137pm Espress train " South " ' " North 117am Local Freight North 6jom 5 55Pii South. passengers. The latter trains alo carry The above in calculated on standard time. Solar time i about 90 minutes faster Tamo turkeys v. cro plenty; the burn-yarheld tweuty Kat fellows thnt same winter morning, Hut aught save the Rtranpcr, tbo rnngcr. Wo wcro Kcornlng. mast-Uavorc- From edge of the meadow, deep Into the shadow Of forests, a Mngle truck trended; Miles we followed, through reaches of oak, ash and beeches, Till it ended. In n glade wood surrounded, on every sldo bounded lly pine v. Mood, each a tired hobbler, Wlien, suddenly, s. aulted, from oyrlo exalted, Tho wlldgobblerl 11 ROYAl "r f fciwii3 ROYAL I JVM . nounded Strong nlngs. tho air cleaving asunder! Though hope It seemed dooming, that strident Liku tho thunder! How tho boyish blood bounded when overhead lightly; tho rlllcs Hashed brightly, Like whip lushes cracking together; Nest Instant wo noted where downward tbero flouted Hoys seize chances i Just it feather! POWDER Absolutely Puro purity. This powder never vanes, A marel strength and wholcvuneness. More econoinlc.il than the ordinary kinds and can not be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powder. Sold only in cam. ROVU. IIAKlN'i POWDER CO., iBuo Wall street, New York trecH the glade walling plunged, noisily falling, Something dark ! How we yelled I which had shot htm? Through tho baro brunches dashing, to earth ha came crashing, Wu'dgot him! Hit' 'Tnlxl Hi Wanted In Know How Tliey Looked SALE ilffl FSSD SIABLT, tij to Other I'eopla and round Out. STANFOIlD, KV. "Seo that party over there?" said ft Y very seedy trump to a business man, ns SI'KCIAI. ATTKNTION to COMM KHCIAI. ho pointed to a hard looking specimen travelers. Horses and mulct bought ami sld. of humanity across tho street. Only hursesaiid vehicles used in livery, "I seo that rocky looking clmp over there." replied tho business man. "What is your best judgment of him from gem-ni- l uptwnraticesr" CHAII OkCHAKD, KV. "I bhould tuko him to bo a very good man to light shy of." Dealer in- -Dry "Wouldn't take him to be a well to do. Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps easy going business man?" ggfcPg v''til' 'JpH-j- j 3) Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, tucens "I should say not. v.are, i'inare, Furniture iwul a "Don't strike you as a capitalist who Crocorios, has visited your town with a view to loConoral Lino cating a largo manufacturing establishI'aiu Candies, Crois Ties, &c. All tlnds of 1'roduce taten In eschani;e for goods ment?" "He strikes mo as a lieat." "Think ho isn't the rcprcocututivo of &tvery, (gesd and Sils table an Knglish syndicatu in search of a brewery?" air "vrr;.- r tt. stpL" " i"j mil "Ho may be in search of n saloon." "If you should seo two men like him Caller- - Is tl o editor in? I wish to f.eo together would yon MtptKwo they had in town to found a college or to him about a littlo bill. arrived Valuable Hoy- - To collect of pay'.' invest their money in property on a Caller To collect. speculation?" "I should think they wero a cottplo of Valuable Hoy Ilo's out and won't bo dizzy bums who ought to bo run in on back for a month. Tho Jury. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Hovr Hi. Lost Thelll. general principles." I ONMON, K , Lady of tho IIuusi How did you loo "Thank you very much. You see, the Rood turnouts and sadJIehurtcs always lor hiri party over tho wav is inv partner. Wo thoso two fingew from your left hand, on reaonalile terms London is the init conven lent point on the railn ad ft reach places in th were curious to know just what bort of my poor man? in the mountain Urn rf I tie Mate lo Trump They wero out off, mum. an impression wo were making as we "I suppose that was when you wop nnd I excused myself journeyed along, MOUSE, to run over an 1 put to you a few ques- working, and that their loss distbled you from further manual lalior. Toll sue, tions. You have answered with directF. U. UILEY, Proprlotor. ness and conciseness, aud I will reort was it in a mill?" I "No, mum. ltwtu in a hen-cooprogress. Rood daw" New York London, - - - Kentucky. had to cut 'em oil or steal the trap. N. World. fill m mh'K & ' SBHEPHHWrr 3Sis"''2j'.iaIB IMI, hrtt-cla- ts 0". H. KCILTOliT of J. T. SUTTON Ateslill eft CO., J HUSTONVILLB, KY. In the business , rendy 10 do an.-llilnin the lum. Wi have stock of Cases and Casknsiil all kinds and a full Rohes o( every de.cnpnon Our hearse, which is oearli-new- r can he obtained on short notice Mr J If l.reen hascharKfofiMirhusiness nnd lll show y "e "'"""If thli'K In our Ui'ie8 MFmfi' Wws iifw Old . Ky. Route N. M V ! -- iri4iis - m il Cj. I' 1) Only ono Night out to Now York. Solid '(slilLled Trains to Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Now York, Clo-e conn and Suihvai nous for tlosloii ami all pninls KKI'KCriVI. OCT. i, KASTWAKD !,. A F l.a.t v r. . i rait.MalPl.lm Ves" Daily Kxprs. K Sun Daily ' DaiH Si. li THE KILEV l.seiiui.lafsi , ,r " I aB1 i:,,?h'ilcr mi ii ; 7 in pm oo pm Jo Jinnii!jo A n .,.. , 'J r m p. . A llorsc Tiiidr. l . tstin. II K COl'I.DN'T Wti:. R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. up stairs Office on Main extracting. STANFORD. strert, opposite I'ortman House, Nitrous Uside l,.is giten lor painless KENTUCKY. J WQ&n&iiWtrStl&C DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office South side Main street, in office recently vacated by'Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. gentleman teeing two pharpers.ntid wishing to know who made the best bargain, railed ono: "Ilov much did you soli the hoio for, Sam?- - "rive dollars, hir." ' Oh.o.iin, how could yotl do that?" "Oh. the horse is lame, nir." The gentleman called the other: "How could you buy that horse? It is lame aud incurable." "Never yon mind; it is only tho bad shoeing that makes it lame." The gentleman called Sain again: "Sam, the horse is not lame, only badly thod." "No, sir; I only had it budlv shod to de ceive the buyer." Tho gentleman spoke to the other again: "Say, the shoo was badly put on to deceive you." "You nover mind, sir" hesitating "I paid him with a counterfeit bill." Dominion Illustrated. A A Wise lllr.l. Ix-o- n ( "- - QMwSmriM I I hae nsovv.1 to my new Hotel nnd m belter prepared than eser to aec.MnwHMtiii. the puklic I.ieryattaehrl ai4eer) c.mxfiipiKe ile- sired, (lite mc a call. 77 t'KANK KII.KV. " A.hlaod " CaitcM.bnrj. MerHRs " I're.ii.u. " Moreh4d...;;;."' J i me Mill ' 4 7 n oj l m !"' ; (;! NEWCOMB ' HOTEL. Air Whit, Sttlnttur ' " J.hailwsslllc. Wa.hlisglei, " lUlilmore .. ' " I'hiiaslplphl.. " New Veik " MuniinfiuM . -- pm i lo 40 os pm III J7,p .. ' "I 4 to pa. o jo pm ' t yssw It o urn, . Jl P" t.m it J . I to Jo am j pin 1 A " t" I !' IS put stin MT. VEHNON, KY. This old and wclt-knellolel.ts still maiatam lug Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Sp cial attention to Ike travrlinj public .st. I'. N i:VCUM.l. Prop., Sj-t- '. Kkiind. Va. iwWwCo" .NorMk m y io o pin . t- -r l Mi Vernnn. Ky. m nJ s .a ll .) ,,c""n'-yi'i'- t l far KichmswJ, Ky ami p..ii,i. en tbtVincs K. C k Limited Vestibule from NVw Vurl, I'hiUde 4 47 l fr,Mn 'r''j,,'"',e'-'tB"'- t CARRIER Keep & WAITS, ,.f', !,?"" at KV . l.esiogl.11 '""","''. m stilly w- - V., " """" ' ... nnd all HOMI.AMI. (.imstantly on hand a icndi.l line of ,A",'j;w?d:,"or'"r,ol,"M, Hicnmcmd, Ky tept Su.d.y resertations, S A Family Crocorios, And sell them at the lowest rices I'rodticc f all kinds Mkcu In cs l.anje at tnarlrt iuotations. KrcthgiKnls everyday t.lve us a call 7 Ky arrises at etc ( and oiiits on Hie K. I 8 j w, daily. Por tk,ts. ratei and l.etinclon . ii "r K, One For Sal9. nower Portable complete order wanj leint: Will power Fgine m;o: one ' one Feed Crusher, all in I ell any part a peron may i , 11 How wo tore through the bushes, what fallings and puhb.es. Tired muscles new strength Kcenied to borrow! How wo tolled homeward proudly and planned and talked loudly Of the morrow! nd oex . ' q' I'OTTS -J Rucke've, Ky Or tougher, but that dldu't matter; Wo were bigoted loyal unto the bird royal On thinner da' w httt a dinner! no er turkey was the platter! , ft dining and cautiously winAt the club ing Much I thought of tho dinners I'd eaten; Each, savo that, In Its savor, Its exquisite flavor Could be beaten. iqqh, W (Ia55ical ooaflv n Gheh to Tminino or Tikhers. nft JDusiucsg-DIP1.07VIKS. Srtcui AmsnoN ltonrd, and tuition for each term ct twenty urefes about S75. Fmt term opens last Tuesday in August. For particulars address. Micron Elliott, Pkinciu Kifikivilic, Ky. - - Telescoped. No; McCorkle Druko's Magazine. Charles ' I CAKIIIKK ,V WATTS. I've Customer cheated. I "Want a shlnn, Boss?" thought ou said this parrot would "1 don't know. Do I need It?" Life. talk. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. hlin ArknosTlfilgrU llt-- lniiruiirr. Bird Fancier No, sir. What I said Mrs. (ftilll'de D, you know, deur was that he had been brought up in tho All persons wishing it nleatant life and well couqvany of learned men, and was full John Is just ns boyish la his feelings as pleated wife let them use I'atent rloui made at 'JU.L'KOKASd UOl'TJi! sianiord Koiitr .Mills Call Tor it at your cro- of philosophy aud scholarship. Of course, he ever was. icry, anun iney nave not got lion uano, urge Mrs. Kawler Indeed? them lo keep ll. or get an order from them and THE SHORTEST AND OUICKEST ho don't talk. Mere idle words have no KUUIt Mrs. Gullible Yes; why. it was only gel itat the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant attraction for him. Hut he's a remarkfrom and inlcrcsiitig family I heard him talking in hit .V I'OTTS. Siipenmeiident. able parrot lecause he's a great thinker. last night CENTRAL KENTUCKY y leep about seeing tho elephant. The Munsey's Weekly. dear fellow has doubtless been to tho circus. Law renco American. ' ., Describing tho Accident. McCorkle There was a terrible shock, A NATL' It. II. MISTAKl'.. which threw every passenger into the FA8T LINE UETWEEN nisle. When we recovered and E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor went forward we found that our train LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. and another had had" Nt Hotel in Kentiuky has a h'tler repulalion, Mllt.DLLK IN KFrJ.CT Ntn McCrackle (helping him to n word) and its propnelor is detcrmlns J that ' r HROMIIKRIJ.Tf.v Pass Act! J I. Ml'klMIN (ir.,M 1... A.. D iARRI.NOIUN idV l'.l.ein.ton.Kv W. II.VWM'V i.,i.. t KentuckyCentralR.R. I I THE MYERS mW,MsffM South Hound I.ve Cinciunati I.ve Falmouth Arr I'aris Arr Lltlncton. I.ve I'aris. .. Arr Winchester. Arr Richmond... Arr Lancaster... Arr .Stanford I.ve Richmond Arr Here Arr I.ivintoi... . . Noith-Ilound. our.-.elve- s collide-o-icope- ff' shall he maintained. No I. No. 4 No y. Suu S Daily 8 i: 1 4 su He has recently utMed tu its appointments I.vt CovinKtaa. She Whs all Old Ciiiiip.tlgiK'r. I see, Maud, you havo S a cs to sJ ? Is-- , Though our stomachs wo pickle with sauces to tlckln A freakish digestion's odd humors. There Is naught like hunger which comes to tho j ounger Food consumers. , Tbero is nothing can bring us tho young blood my photograph in a place of honor. Maud Yes; I always reserve this place for the man I am engaged that is I meant to sav And it took her half an hour to explain away that unlucky speech aud restore confidence. Judy. His Hrlght Ilnpt-- . put Pool and HUliarrf I'nrlorN Also . a m a m 9 44 a in II 18 a m J CD I' w ( il TO 8 to lo a ia at o) i; ,j A J First-Clas- s Llvory Stable i To arcoinmoda e the demands of his incieascd transient patronage. Hot Turnouts furnished Commercial Travelers and others II la (i 5 p m to P w 4 SS p m p m .5 "'55 P HV....L I J OJ in p m 5 w m a J so p m 2 10 p m 5 45 p n o so p I 7 Ji P m ol p m 45 p m J5 pr i THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST --- "i N. S. So. 1. 0.. P 1 VT. 2, O M a m. T CO We arc vetorau.s observant and knowlug; Life bus made us two wiser, but no appetizer Matches growing! Ah I wusln us; O et fj ta 'twrs life! You remember that day In Actor Lend inc a dollar, Drown. Brown I should be glad to lend it to you, my boy, if I thought you would Ins aide to pay it back, but Actor Able to pay it back! Why, man, in the third net I steal a hundred thousand dollars in gold. Pick Mo Up. lir AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. '- - - New rollr-em-i- permit, sur GiiriutMiU of ii Dlfl'.'r.iit Slrlpi-- . pi'-jtle- " d) OPd lolko to t,co ver RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER PAY. ACCORD- B ftH 2 f Is? pi rf w and drizzling aud murky, When, through woods futrly reeking with mist, wo wont seeking Tho wild turkcyf Stanley Waterloo, In Judge, Snow-cloude- I.lttlo Vlulu. Xi & ? O - "" 84 a o era ro a ! in as M ti o cr CD Littlo Vlohi wished tt vory largo doll lust Christmas, butns It was qtilto sho wits glvon n smaller ono. Playing contentedly with it on Christmas Day, ho suddenly btopped and said: "Iilamma, I know why didn't got that big doll." "Why, darling?" asked mamma. "'Causo our chimney's too littlo; Santa Claim couldn't bring tho big ono down. I wish ho had known tho way to our front door." 1 'How do, Freddie? Stwolling out; "Yes." "Ah, say! come nnd call ou the Dc Silvers." "Carn't, ol' chappie. I've on mail stwolling not inali sitting down twous-ers.- " Jluiihoy's Weekly. A of .Tustlri. A baseball player was recently given n gold watch for stealing bases, and from tho saino town wo hear that n bicyclist has been given four months for Btealing a bicycle. Is justice n failure! .MiH-krr- - Permit'.' Swell f Xew I'oliceman Yls, permit. It's agin do law for masiiueraders tor parado do streets without 'r permit. Oo homo an tako oil" do duds or I'll look ye tip. Munsey's Weekly. Wlicru .Man Ha ING TO ROOMS. TURKISH .V I.ve I.lMncstea.. & is) I.ve llerea n 5 a in Arr Richmond.. 41 a m I.te Stanford .. . 7 a m I.ve Lancaster . 7 45 in, Arr Richinond... ill tni in Richmond. I.e Winchester 10 p m 5 I Arr mi p m 77 15 a in Arr I'aris r 40 p in 3 I.se I.exlugten a 05 p in 7 00 a m J I.se I'aris J 50 p m 5J a in 4 I.ve Falmouth ... 11 p in 9 IJ a in 3 Arr CovinKtmi. . S p in III 35 a Arr Cincinnati . 5 40 p in 10 45 a ni 6 so in 6 I ' 1 4 i p m 6 p rr so p m 18 pm p m RUSSIAN HATIIS IN HOTEL No 9. eaves I'aris at ,, a, , - ... -- ,.v. ., , ., Maystilleat 10 jj, a m, and I 10. p m No ic leaves Mnyswlle al $,15 m. itri.IinT.i .. 740, am. .No u leaves Mo.-....n- . .. OntheMavsiillelltanch, .,. r., ...l,n No Hlrul. Wheelman's flnzctte. He Whs Too Fluent In KnulUli. e p. a in o a. B a. o re 1 en e (9 jBJtJ tpMSik&jU mtjb O o- - a WM. ADAMS & SON, 43 UKOADWAY, LEXINGTON, - - KY. ft 5v 8ifA'.Vl OTHERS R n;,nOTENS q nii..n LESSENS rKtiiiJ rMKES.otH DAsy PAi&.-c- tq LIFE ns .DIMINISHES BRADFIELO REGULATOR I3LO CO. ATLANTAni YALL DPUGIJSrS. " Oabley Oh, yes, I read French, but I DearT ultli Age. "You seotn to havo a strong attach- do not speak it. I'm afraid of my acment for that old overcoat," said Crab cent, you know. Wiggins "What capital company you ley, as they walked througn tho hiiow towards tho rostaurant where they wero would make for a Frenchman. Munsey's AVeeklv. to tako their Christmas dinner. C'FKRAI. OFFICKS Anther M Saunders, Treasurer; Commerce lluildtng, Cincinnati, O "Yes," replied Jack; "it grows dearer V!m l IS1.1 Ji.hn F. Russell, .M. D Was. St nil ll.ickeil Antiquity. and dearer to mo tho more I wear it. First Texan Wo had a lyncliln' hero Only last month I had to pay oightoeiti yesterday. per cent, interest to got a chance to American Accident Indemnity A..cciation .Second Texan wear it." .Judge. -- Naw. "J'wao n K'Yark First dood who couldn't B.iy iiotliln' but "Just Of NEW YORK. Km illy Available. fawnoy. -- Munsey s Meekly. 'OLtWISVIttt HtwAjOWjJLHICACCir s bo thankful to ought to "I know Preferred nnd Kstra I'rcfcircd Risks only ure Miss Snyder," r.aid Merrltt, "but I A l.c.r;ltlii)ato Tritiiisuctloii. insured at cost of One Dollar per Month Indem- A don't soo how can be." Maglst.'iUo (stuoroly). You aro nity Graded. 1'relcrrcd Risks in acciilcit .. "How's that?" asked Cobwlgger. niiiiiuc. i.jiiKcrs. charged, sir, with picking tho pookot of tunc 1...1...1.. Commercial ..icrrnants, o Leavinc toth Tratelcrs, Manufactu"Why," returned Merrltt, "sho mndo A city eouiiellr.i.iii. rers (not won and kindred oicupatiolls and me a pair of slippers that are soveral professional men generally. rrlsoner. I am a LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI times too largo." .Judge-Magistrate. .Next o!uo. N. Y. Dally, Secures to Traveler, Weekly. MAXIMUM ilKXKI'll'S: An Appropriate Presont. rcilo .lioulihi't ThriMi- .Mini, Loss of l.ifo Wife Whut are you going to give mo $j,003 THE MOST RAPID ROUTE I'ii'klo Fork (to sugar tong.s) You'ro Loss- of Hundsur Feet linn for a Christmas present'.' ' hver attempted between l.ois of llolh Ilyes 5,000 always !n n swoit s, rnm...;.i yon? Husband If you could play on tho vioLoss of Hand or Fool. i.i, cities oa the Ohm River and Chffi .Sugar Tongii (:ceinfully)T:iat Is no Permanent 'total Disability , ,,.,.,. ,5oo he fastest time and most comfortable trains? be! lin I know what I'd glvo you. "Wiggins (rubbing himself) You seem worno $00 lw.cn all points!., the South, or to "hi Wi than biing hj.if tho titsto In a Loss of On Kyc Index I'niser .., and "What?" Loss otThmnuor to be a great ndmirer of antique furniof thii 150 .Northwest. The plukio. .rowelers' Weekly. Loss otKithcr Oilier I'lhL'cr ip0' trunk line, is denominated' The Limited Lpreu "Jl is called a chin rest." ture, Friend Oldboy. Loss of Time not exceeding too Weeks, per " onrV,0d: " Unfimlfe0 PSS Oldboy Why, yes; that chair, for Week inch rTTjr. jj flSayMmon. ;et Monon and Hhk No, Mr. Wilts, you need not stick to that you've been sitting in. It High life, in a t?rm whiohhas you wan, ,0 ,ave money and have hope; 1 can nover bo more than a sister was Apply to or address pleasant Jou" formerly my as many dqrreca of latitude as tho earth to you. Wiggins I don't doubt it. li feels as Itaolf. In tho Wr3t and South if two, P.c,cV.1"r0nddr,i:iM,mecarJ' n'""' fol- Ho nxctiHo mo, Miss Illltti, that don't F. G. I1KODIE, Agt. havo u 13 called n go. It'i. altogi thcr cou near Christmas if it might have killed oil four J An. HARKFR, O. Jl; A Louisville, Ky. Sifthis. "MattcuUahial: hi 3 Fifth Street, LOUISVILLE, KV. the alsicr racket ou me. to Or W. II, McROUHRTS, Xgt.'.n'ro'rd, 11 tl'-tnt- er 43 1005 am; arrises Paris "Talk about tho capability of woman! This notice forewarns hunlrrs. and iu i? am. rkceni .Miniiji Why, she Is nlroady a dangerous rival of othirs not to tresp.i'.s on our lands fishcrrmn per,o ,"',i"i" ,f"mou,h without mission, as ull such will be prosecuted to the full. 7 .0 pmlr.p.'std"!!5 man in utrny pursuits," ro. 7ieues .ilmouth est extent of the law Signed: am; arrives Cincin "Yes; bt:t there Is one In which bhti T. n ,!.' (JKO D. HOI'l'KR, J.HII.L. '? "'" ec"t hundav ,Ullv twern v. ill never ecllpso him." train I.M .McKOIlKinS.JR. M. S. HAUC.H.MAN, "LZ.,- Vu"' , hexing, ton and run, Ja KOIIT. McAl.lSlKR, " hat is thnt?" itlwt J.K1IKUCK Lincinnan anil I.tmncioii. S. II. SHANKS, S "Trying to say 'truly rural' at two MRS. IIKNRVllAUr.ll.MAN,H. 1IAUOHMAN, ios. tnnuo make connections at ",nc"CM" A.M. FKLAs'l) V.Ky o'clock in tho morning." .Judge elu,N W. H01.MKS, lornointsontheN. N ,. IMPORTANT Trains nt iiiif line .... l.l. ll... A. I. i'.N.9.. HAYDK.V, f' C. I'ARHISH, at and depart frnn the Central Union iiiiiv nrrnis D. V. IIOI.MKS , the Vuy to Hrrvi It, Hot. Dr. I' W. I.OOAN, Tliist'-Station Cincinnati, making connectionsassengcr lor all points North, East and West. .. J.Hc'kfVN "Havo you a tasto for jioetry?" asked !;,v,'ffir!S,C"AR,,:' .1 tnrouzh tickets ami 1... . any Miss ISiiblbell. "Indeed I have." redestination reached hy a railroad. plied tlio g: at editor, for It was ho. K. H. IIACO.N, S. F. II.MORSK. "And what kind do you most like?" sho 1 raveling Pass'g'r At., Uen'l Pass'B',Agt.. Lexington, Ky. asked. "Ilrolled," ho said, through his Thos. A Ireland, 1'rctideni; Cinclnnitl, (5, (ifo. ('.. (iline "' 11. iV UN I iNf, rO.N,(ieneral Manager. teeth, "broiled to a crisp, over tho ABl C 1.. Tompkins, Sec'yutid (icn'l Manr , coals." Uurdotte, In Brooklyn F.aglo. II I' WoodwiirJ, Assisnint Sec'y; POSTED. yVsVe'''""--- -...'.. N' Uar ).,,.. r, it Iloss-thief- ? Te-xa- 1 sCumi """' 1 .1 .., . iusur-....- ... am-stne- NEW FAST MAIL llouk-kveuc- I111; tax-paye- r. . - ;:i-t- 't i y, F.-edd- geura-tions!-Tc-A-a- s ra Gcn'l ite. '. k