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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890010301 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 1890 $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. f -- Semi-Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., JANUARY 3, 1890. NO. 93. "So tho doctor, with the misgiving GRAB0RCHAR0. VOL. XVII. LETTER FROM BRO. BARNES. loosu - jointed, easy swing of a walk, en God Is Love and Nothing Else. Praise The I Lord. Samiiki. Inland, 1'i.oiiika. 1'ai.m Uaxiii, Dk(. 17, 'Sit. j Dc.ut Intuuioii: "In tlif 7tli month, of tin month," is u proon tlio pitious tiny for even u nightly superstb Aim tioiiH person to take n "fresh atari. I resume those interrupted jotting of hfe. pul.lic and domestic, altera sevou months' silence; gla.l thus to get within !' i.,nril...Hvmi..iilu.tici'iidi of M"' "' readers, who havo patiently folloue.l our wandering "lo these many your 1 trust my ftiends appreciate the tea-- 1 H.iin for not continuing tho series th.o the sumuier. Mad iiirusttiut Hhiftings of b.is.' allowed the !eistiro. I eotihl not , ii routo to tho iul)lt. .Shu knows him well, ami ho her. "Just n minute, ilrother Jones. Let me ititroiliu'u my friend, the evangelist, George (). Barnes." He graspeil my liiinil cordinlly, I his. "I Imvo long wanted to sou you, Hro. llfll,,..u" "A ...I I ll...o II. r. Imu.a " " "A nood many of us are 15ariiesitcs, worthy sister said. Ho ooke.i over his shoulder as he ,1" ,'0"" I,ll8wl "'. ,u"1 ' tt tut' that a doctor generally has in taking his The tie trade is assuming lingo proown medicine, got oli'his horse hihI un- portions s here. About U0 weio dertook to put that initio into locomotion shipped Monday and Tuesday and still ami substantiate his theory. there s moie to follow. "'Hood mule! They treat you hadly. Mr. Peter Fox, who sold out to O. car-load- j NOTICE J ....,.... Of course they do. I . ') t''w J ,., if thev aw Tiey im ft wnH ,.,,. Tl,g w mo Q Mnk .,e (Q lji(j W()11(orml llllllistrVi . buIovo ,,, ,, Vou'ro right to resent beating. There! There! Good old f..ll.,, .,...' ... -; ,.r..w. ..Irv....,. V Well, well! I don t wonder, you cant got over had treatment all at once. I'll wait oil you. "So fi imltoil mid putted and pitied, till at last he lost his temper. Muley backed; planted bin fore lens; wouldn't V. '- iTtir. ,MWS wl v s bottle of muriatic acid; applied it wlieie And thoroin I dillur with him. I beombarrassmeiit, l!evIu "goo.lness" that is "had" tho' it would do the most nood; and away have written without mule; heels llyinn; distancing' during a lecture tour, over fittullinr t l)e tt Mintlux. And I think the l.om went the ICdipse; disappearing over the hilltop in gMiuul, where most of my notices would H my titVt jm ,..ulI10t stop to a cloud of dust, braying at every jump. biwii o( a personal char- - proacli a sermon on it. I must stick to ii'itarily have "The phiianthiopist not on his horse; hut And in that sou of literary flu-,- . ' lone.hml the manliness and eourugo to rather red in the face; somewhat crest" that manages to ploaeo evoiyboily, fallen; yet exiiltmn, with a murry Hash and steer clear of ollaimtvu remark, I am "sk nw to go with him into tho pulpit. of the eye, in the success of his drastic I ilufliuuil, as 1 wanted 0 hour and unfurnisliM. I am in no sense of! experiment. man," and would llot he lienril. the term "a iiuushihm Tlie boy watched, his distant niiilo; Ho prtwriitttl a IwHtiUful sermon; plain, poor cater r to the hungry public in scratched his head; turned to the doctor, jh le inuiuU for it daily pabulum of goa- - prtirti.iil pointed, funny at time, hut nnd said: nows. And, indeed, I was far too wyn Impressive. "Mister, does that truck coat much? tllll ( till flYtrlMllf His dog story wits good. I am only llllljk tli4 correspond-- j l.UHv to attempt continuous ffAa nl'.k 'Cause if it don't I want you to put some regret to Horry that no ono can fairly roort S. original and irresistibly funny. Don't euro. As for "occasional," ' on me. I've got to ketch that mule.' " fail to be 011 hand. Proceeds to go to-it isn't.ln inc. Onrv "oi t of harness" He loses more in roiortiug thanany man And Sam resumed his beloved cigar I kuow. I am afmid tliis illustnition, wards helping the boys pay for their injt must be unrestricted liberty, till I and reclined on his ennip couch, with didn't learn till" past .M) rohlnxl of u intense personal, magnetic, world of meaning twinkling in Ids ex-a struments. again. u.t in Pretty little Mi Al'.io Mouie how to kuop a diary. I have begun moie telling, will rend mom blasphemously d pressive eyes. tho boys and nirls of her iimuedi-than a heeye and tlxled out invariably; than impressively. Mitt it was most I've hail many of these "Barnes thetlc, most impressive, most thrilling, I learned that tboie was but onewny ate "set" at her home Friday night where roughly-handlesinners go oil' in the about ten or a dozen couples, Ht- sjid in substance: "Sinner, the nuigiun in and that was. never to nklp, for any rea- 'I ft'i you. If you don't mind, he christian race at such a gait; that staid, anes from 8 to Hi yeais, played and tripa sinslo day. Then you el alon Those needing such thing would do well to call on saints, come to find out what will iMtrh up with you. Tlien you're ped the light fantastic until the nimble j like tho od.horhe in Pickwickleus wants to save you. Uun to makes them go so far ahead," and want feet were tired. We hitches him in wery sliort. ami "'"' little belle had Him ami yet out of the devil's reach. to take some of their medicine, if it will herescortand it was amusinn to hear puts on precious larp wheels; w he's only get them along a little faster." Stanford, Ky, . their chit-chand witness the gallantry, vou mt. sir." I cannot hpe.k for Imt lose no time. Me quick about it shall not soon forget my dayatCamp ' the day of salvation. I must "keep my nose displayed. tothu! others, but "I was riilinc in my my bunjy ono day Peering. Yes! Jones is John the Bap It was not Miss Jean yrmdhtone," or it is all up with me. . Buchanan My customers Will please make arrangements to settle up prompt- ami my little doy was trotting ipiietly be- tist not the Christ. "Prepare ye the but simply Miss Jean who, was married1 I must, in a Nothing is arooinplishe!. iy as wju ieave Stanford within about 10 days. way of the Loan! Make His paths to S. M. Davis, Ksq., of Knoxville, at W. "preciouoxistcnce," have been brought fore me, when all at once with an anyry straight" his trenchant cry. It is the V. it Abraham's last Wednesday. Thecer-- I under the benign inliuence of the board bark there came bounding oer some "voice of one crying in the wilderness." llrindues'' shlefence palinps a biy doy, that took of directorsof the "Chantable einony was performed by the Itev. H. II. after my little ilojr, at top speed. My The garment is of "chiucI's hair." "A Caldwell, in the presence of a few pert.i have accpiiretl this idiosyncnicy. leathern girdle'.' tits it well. If I bIiouUI sonal friends my how my little don did run I spent a very lonoly sumuier and I'm and the immediate rein-- , characterize Sam in a sentence, I should lives of the bride. "A moment after the excitement was j;lud it is over. I have been so continuThere were no attendwill him "Sam the Straightener." He Ulcerated Throat KliE'l" SPECIFIC cutet all blood disease j, such as Scrofula, Ulcers, ously with uiv (amilv in the last ten increased by the arrival of another doy ants. After n lunch and hearty connrat-- , White Swllinif, Syphilitic dieae In all it stages, Necrosis. Ac. Price I'implcs,bottle. $i per Hit smites it tlercely. nlations the happy o the scene n jiood deal bigger than hates crookedness. HAVIS' IKON HITTERS is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia pair were driven to years that it went Imnl with me to catch a keen appetite, ennche the blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles o- -lie joined tlie chase on a leatl He is like I'addy at Donnybrook fair. tlw depot and took the afternoon train, it elves only transient glimpses of the dear faces, nervous system. Price Si por bottle. "Wherever he sees a head he hits it." for Knoxville, where they will in future and OATLIFF'S WORM SYRUP is mado ofthe best worm killers and expellers known to the medrun and now they wero struni; aloiiR the na I ran up upon thoni, very ical profession and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Prices? And he rarely misses one. reside Miss Jean is one of the prettiest Bionally, in thu course of my tour. My road, just yoiiiK it, all for dear life. I MAr.vp.Tir; ci,i, " x,..,,. i.ner CamnUim,. I do not think he knows the m.i. gos- Of four charming sisters nnd possesses in Ac. Acts as cathartic. Price Pii.i.s.nraii bor. ' experience was chequered, of course - never saw such a iloji race in all my ob 35 cents per is " "lu ",c "- "'a"rcu anu ,or written deeply In my nervation of dojrs. My! my! how they pel. It not needful that he should, to atldition to personal grace, a sweet dis-Many kindne8.-c- s do his work. He is Moody's offset. position and rare feminine accomplish-- , heart, and inscribed, I trust, in the Hook am. ran DRUG CO., Ky. "Xoxv that middle don hiui two objects That grand evangelist is not fitted to do ments. Mr. Davis is ono of Knoxville's me in of Iteiiiou.braiice above mine to everything. There is need of both. You most progressive business men. We those meinondtle .' months. And many in view. 1st,. he wanted to catch up. .. .... BOGLE . .1.1 MISS '...!."' i 11..I ......! i imic "k'. -- , hb niuiiuu uirvi shall hear Moody preach a bundled ser- join with a host of friends in wishing nie.uitiesjies tliat I urn. oliiKentiy, try- frimi tlinl liic lni iiihI lielilnd liini mons and never know there is a hell. them tho best of everything. Candldtte for Superintendent of Public Is a my to forget; and that I pray may l ' "'" ' A couple of elegant rooms uu Lancaster Street, Schools of .Lincoln county. Election August, 1890. vnu're flint iniililln dnir. Do von His one sermon on hell, from ',tlie text: .... w.. Mr. Hugh Smith and wife, of Bris ...p.. " nirietl ill tlie wean oi wivuiu lurneiiui- - Simmr. j"" suitable lor offices, milliner) or bed rooms. "Son, Kemeniber," is an evasion of the tol, Tenn., stopped over here to see Mrs, ncss" oppicssed me also. I didn't nt know it?" W.G WU.CH. f, Of course all launhed. Who could help doctrine; preached, as I well recollect, to uiara fcingieton tins week, fcipuro John I wanted, ipiite. what I Nor what Is a Candidate or Clerk mere wami t a ioy in tneconnrena- - hush the clamor of some, who thounht A. Chappell is back from a week's trip to subject to the action ofofthe Court of Appeal", lhit I had fair Muvt, all the Democratic party. pet tml. he did not believe in it at all. l,,n..- - ..i.n Lexington and Frankfort. He made n Elec.ion Aususl, i8o. ..r.til. "". i "i"en man, wiiu nun iiui own I'm so tie 1.0IIII. The dear Koim must use the material strong tight for doorkeeper's place and ....,. 'i,,..,,,,,,!.. nnmiMi fmm vi. a doL' mce just like it. I have seen such, ' My New Houso on Main St., onjoyinn Snui Jones, a time and again. But I never drew a Ho has on hand. He gives to each "hi was backed by Mulligan and BreckinI couldn't help Stanford, Ky For terms apply to Mr. 'spiritual lesson from it. Yet this is us work" and says "occupy till I come." ridge, but in the wiiidup was snowed unII. wee bit, who oan command his b'0 per Higgins, Stanford, or to me at Uanvillc L' r A meeting of the sKRUiolders of the National again, how legitimate a "parable" as n "sower went Neither Moody nor Sam Jones preach der. Mr. and Mrs. James Watson, of I.OTTIK'N. HOLMES. 3 diem and thought, once and at their banking Hank ,. r forth to sow:" or "a cei tain man had two' "the whole counsel of Ood." No one Boone county, have returned home, iC-t- house of Hustonwlle will be heldccnd Tuesday in . , . '1 in...,,, In lliiktoniille on the man has done it, since Paul. And Paul I hall never see a dog race again January, 189.0, for t.ie purpose ol electing nine di WALLACE 1). Newlaud's. ' a week's visit at . ..innlv tbe new! full so sorely. VARNON, me emuum yu.ir e preach V. M. Curtis, of Hockcastle, spent a por- rectors to ere thinking of Sam .Tonus' appliea-- baa ver had a successor. 84 J. w. IIOCKKK, Cashier. And this gives me a chance to notice witliout Attorney at Law, installments of the gospel. None of us tion of Christina week with relatives' the day I enjoyed so much at Peering tionoflt. This is a grunt part of this! Stanford, Kentucky. wonderful pieacher's power. Ho speaks the whole of it. It is an "inheritage," here. Mr. J. It. Kdmiston, late travel I had gone to Canipti round, whither in homeliest "paruble," following his as Kmerson calls it, and the Loan must ing salesman for Miedeker & lloynton, I am glad Will practice in atl the courts of this and adjoin-ohear the famous evangelist. o the material He has on hand. cumuli's and in the courts of appeal. And always with New York, 11113 accepted position as the stockholders of the lirst A saw him; hoard him; had some talk with Master's example. Office over Mc Roberts & Stngg's drugstore. ... tional Hank will be held at their lunUng house hi And so, we can seo two men walking III tl... P.,m,..u B.lllk, Stnlltl)ru- on thl. ,eeoI,d Tuesday in January, i8vo, him I think I learned -- what I wanted 1hut. I heatd him again, wearied with a in such widely sundered paths as Moody Middlesboro and left Monday for that iorthepurpo.e of electing clesen direuorstosere .. ii,,. r.iit"u-liinitbo Huciot" of liis IIIC v,uruiii,j jvm and Jones, and praise Gotl for both, d glowing cityv "Bob" is a capital fellow, g4 JOHN J McKl) BERTS, Cashier undoubted "stiength" lius. He is a sine long journey as he was, in the afternoon. again. Then had a pleasant in- out comparing. They can't be compar-tervio- shiewd and progressive and we predict enough Sainton. Philistines, of every d with him at his room, lie ed; for their work will not admit for him a successful career in tho mounguide, have found that out. The camp I discussion, and yet in all he isoti. Yet both are iloinn their separate tain Kldorado. Messrs. W. T. Saunders, I want it dis It well. i, iHriml knows 513 Fourth Avenue, works most nobly. I would honor them J. K. Bailey, J. H. Carson and Will Leo tinctly understood, I am a Sam Jones WM. showud that he had an object in ... 1. M. .. I.'i. .'. j .. .. . . . - V,L'W' warns man. nwmjnuruM, fm A meeting "f the stockholders of the Lincoln iney are eacu went to Brodhead Monday night to wit- - x ...... .1 tnoiiglit niueli ol it attoi wny. ihh iui 1110 11 leu you man. h..M ,.... ............ . ...mil ... l. .. ... ... .1 thf.ir li.inklM? house and admiieil his laie skill in avoiding tlomg "wliat they can. :so Inglior praise 11CSS that llllectlllg plav, "lell AightS 111 iuttuutM ti..lr the second Tuesdav in January, I was the in Stanford on a connec'iHl narrative. G. A. BENEDICT & CO., "religious con- - ever came from tlie Master's lips than a Miss Leila Douglas, of guest of a nood sister, who keep-- , a good the rocks and shoals of e j. n. owsi.i.v. Cashier goes to troversy," yet ever ulving testimony to that. May we all, alike, deserve it. It Ham ille, accompanied by her biother, and l.oU-lliWell Drillers & Pump Adjusters, tin is not knowing it all that will win the Charles, are the guests of their sister,1 camp iiieetinns regularly for a couple of the truth as he saw it. Stanford, ky S' DAVIS. Ol eourse he knows "my nospel, and plaudit, "well done;" but using faithfully Mrs. II. J5. I'arris. Robert Kdmiston, af-- , Meeks, vearly, to repair the ravages of! - what has been committed to us, be it litWells drilled ter an absence from this county of 2(1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, factory prn.es 10 order and Pumps furnished at "tavern" life and got a fresh supply of' thinks it too rosewatory for this "crook30 Hut ho tle or much. purverse nenoration." years, is in from Greenfield, III., with bis' .. "religion," for dailv use, wheie that pio-l- 1 I believe Sam Jones to be: 1st, a thor'l moment attack it, in terms, t . eon and daunhter, retreading old scones' in iimtM ttoiiH com.noditv is so so.ely tested. Maoughly consecrated man, 2d, wholly fear- and shaking hands with old acqilllintan- - Otlice next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. th.H.nh he did by i.nplication. ,.y things have been said against tho "lrnes, the folks think I am too plain less; and 3d, rarely gifted in his knowl- CCS. Col. I), (i. Slaughter is back from a SpeciaUttenlion g.ven to diseases ol children cHiiip n.eetinn. as conducted on "busihut I edge of men and capacity to reach them. prospecting trip to MiddlcBboro. Hev. JUlJ. and rough on ness principles," in recent years. ( i rant you, it will, not do to mince matters, He is a genius, if ever there was one. M. II. Morgan and wife, of Pineville, are all that is alleged against the institution, HARRY A. EVANs, The chatter about bis "losing his grip" at Mrs. Gonnley's on Springs avenue. .... ...hi ,i.j..i. u .. ..r.,.,1 .,.. .xKnn Uun! wnen you miacK 1110 wrong, win a ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, spadea spndo' is my doctrine. I'll tolf of tlie public; preaching for money;" Lawson Hockerdy, a Kichnionil cava- -' Hiived. That no one can deny. And you, whom admire most, of all the sin- "wearing out," iU, A:c., is all bosh. Such lier, was here last week to seo his lady' STANFORD, KY souls are very precious. Hut the thing cere men of the llihle. John the Bap- men "shine more and more." You can't love. Mis. Belle Lincolnfeller, of Buckthat impresses me favorably witluthe do like to seen man who has the quench thoni, nor extinguish them. They eye, is attending the bedside of Miss Sue Engincerinpf and Surveying in modern camp meeting Is this: Here, tist. all branches. courage to jump on a king, with both can only do it themselves, by some su- Lindsey, who is very low witli consumppeople tiud a cpiiet jaded, feet, and kick all the feathers oil' him; preme act of folly, or great fall into sin, tion. K. W. Jones, of Kowland, was hero ' Klim of rest, where beside "12 wells and 1825. under 70 palm trees" they can, for one ami when they want him to take it back oin the supernal heights. The Loud Sundav. Mrs. Dr. Carpenter, of Stan- keep Sam Jones, is my prayer. I love toru, spent a poruon 01 me week witu foitnight, at least, in all the year round, dies before he will do it. mm.... J vJTlJ d and admire him greatly. The blessed- lier mother, Mrs. James "You can't get at one of these cottag, lead unharrnss. reside in u ipiiot fellows vithoiit putting lire on ness of those who "turn nianv to right- pilicelv looking fellow, ToilOy BlOOks, On DwelliliBs, llmneliold hiimiture, Stores, Mer ed lives; get their tatteied religion mendTl e Mi, rlest and Qui. ke.t . apply to the old clumlise, ho goes. His all very eousness" will surely be his. His de- - tis with ",his sweetest girl, "spending Old ed up; and, for a brief season, beatpeaco his back. Then uo. Junction City to New Orleans. with atl the world. And there are so well to talk about philanthropy, but It traetois are not worthy to loose the Christmas," lie says. Joseph Oaks, of Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Internets of his shues, or pull oil' his boots Williamsburg, is heie, trying lo buy u won't work on some people. ... car,1 day clinches aid I ntire train-.- 'haRi'tg attiehed and damages paid I.ighlnlnjf clause many that need just this little helpful sleepers run throuu without ilianye whichever he wears. farm. wlielhernreen.ucibr not. "One of tliese nood 'philanthropists' rest,'who would, else, "go over the dam" GKO. II 11RUCK, Agent. ,7 Ever in Jesus, day riding along the road h Gko. O. IJahxhs. The Shortctand Quickest I of incessant worry and caie. My good was one A Good Cough Syrup. full of ! There is noilimn pareutk should he si careful fed mo well, and treated mo was a doctor, with his saddlebans riister, who Junction City to Jacksonville, Fla. Boffjr'a Ohorry Cough Syrup ho spied a contest between a about as selecting a cough syrup. Ileggs' Cherry so kindly, is tho representative of a very drugs and splendid kiitisfactiouto the tiode and Cough Syrup cou uo mure ilian the cheap and in The only line rumiine through tniins and sleepis epiito common. It civnu large class of most excellent people. Of boy and a mule that ers. the sales are positively marvelous, wlmh can he ferior nostrum thrtiutl 011 thn market The hetti aVC. SUMS Slionot lino to Clmtt mooii, Tenn., Port Payne accompani Tho boy was beatin' and cussin' and the accounted for in no other way. except that it is none too Kod,be sure and get DEGGS' CHKRIIV Has bought &. right to sell the Kureka Quitting course there will bo unlovely the Ala , Meridian Mu.. Vicknturg, ,Mi., comil.atrard Hut the mule, with his ears backed and fore feet without doubt the best on the market. Ask .for COUGH SYRUP. Wekeeplton hand at all Attachment in I.uiloIii, well cm nil and I'.oylesewing l.u. Knoxville, IY1111., Atlanta ('..1 , Aupm-ta- , ments of any such gatherings. makesof ties. It works eiiihlly (in. Anniston Ala,, llirinmshnm Ala,, and mid be sure you get the genuine. We keep it. A. line. A R. I'ciiii) , lrucKit. planted, wouldn't go. muchinei; will do ten times the woiK in day of Mobile, AL they increased excrescences, were any other manner of quilting ; in fact it is one of "ruesist t "Tho doctor rode up. 'My boy, you Direct connection ut New Orleans and What A Fortune could not outweigh the advantages of ureaiest labor kavers ever utfered to tho female for Texas Mexico anil Cnlifornia' 77 trying the wrong way to get that Few are aware "ex He will oil to - you In a tew days Is u good healthy, pearly skin. " 1 wish they could be in- tiro Pullman lloudoir Sleepem on all through, trains. 111., Says: Jarnos T. Uott, Carml, "the camp Over one million acres uf land in Alabama submule along. Speak to him kindly. Pat dollars doctor' bill for his of the ahot t tune It tukus for a disordered liver to He (Uid thirty-unL nsurp.ised climate ject to creased came blotches an the face, and a dark greasy skin. his neck gently, lie patient with him wife one year and one bottle uf lliadfleld't Por rates, maps, etc , adduss "Sam" came in on a special car, paid One l.ottle of REGGS' M.OOD PURIFIER and V. II COX, Agent Junction Citv, Kv. Regulator did her n.ore cood than alt he'll go right along.' PRANK W VOlU.h, Tray. Pass,. V?t.. this organ Jelhco, I on hnd a fnrbv himself, to keep his appointment, and 'Suppose you try it on liini,' the lad the medicine she had taken before. II. Pale, I1LOOD MAKER will restore a14IIA tl.A to its1 ml keep Conl in myNo. quality olyour ordett.ily V.tArt.1 tevlivtnii", Kv. nl a.k.Al uu ..lft1B yard Ieyc " Nui na I lira iicaiiuy ftA l.l bicuuvc ni uiwu iaic iuu n I). G. HOWARDS, wl beutteiiil. J. C. (l.M'I.T, and landed "on time." 1 like rtf "minute said. 'I'd like 1o seo you get him to go drugs"!, Carml, 111, Write llradficld Regulator of ull impurities, t meeting ultli wonderful Vnrd or S. S Myd' store and thevHIGGINS, P.iMf, A Tkt. Ast.. Oeu. (etil. Mminier, !u!..,. " Co., Atlanta, Oa., for particulars. Sold by .... " ti riiu miiiiiil n- in tntl vi liiv UN .,..,. , tuccess. We Eunrantee everv bottle. A. H. Pen- - ed to tomntly. '.n iiuiii . Cincinnati 11. Star lord, Ky Illllll. ""' 63 ny, Urugjist. A. H I'enny, Stanford. cottagp, as ho passeii, witn a ter fiienil's j K0(Mj u not stepped '"I'll move you,' quoth the doctor. He to his saddle bans; took out a j ,, t-- m-U- 't ..- - i Newland, left this week for the boundHaving sold my stock of groceries, to be invoiced Dec. 26th, I offer less plains of Texas, which he thinks a for sale privately my better place for the farmer than Old Ken tucky. The boys put the old year out and the new year in w'tli u general furor of crackers, rockets, anvils and Itonfirestfint made the veiy earth quake to its foun dation! The Misses Hardin nave their fath er, Mr. Sam Hardin, n birthday dining n MM street On it are a splendid stable and corn crib, which are on Christmas dav, at which a number of his friends were present to toast him and nearly new, as is also the fencing. The creek runs through the lot. wish him a green old age. Mr. John McKinon, the burly blacksmith, lias removed with his family to Middlesboro, and Mi. Cal "Whit, of the Cedar Creek locality, whom everybody knows for his cleverness and eccentrici-- , ty, has migrated with his family and household goods to Garrard. The Cornet Band is rehearsing for a. About 3 miles from Stanford, on the Crab Orchard pike. Small niinstiel performance, to be given at the i,ousc ail(j ood water on it. Nearly all in grass. College Hall night. The scenes and dialogues are grotesque and laugha- I I. Lot Containing I'd Acres 51 ' j Acres of Land, j I 1 1 . enle.-taine- pa-ti- ll ! 1 A ColUHlbUS BUSY, IiearlV neW! several Rocking Chairs; Wash Stand Set, &c. r j j - dev-wi- i, d even-goin- g - jt T. K. WALTOH, 7-- ; 1 ! ! ! The Great Remedies! ini,.j n;.,.n souil-occ- a- ' P"bwr. J 1 ! ' "" WIIXIAMSBURG Williamsburg, FOR RENT. -- ; 1 1 I KATE im-.i- i j p. Bfillltley 73-- tf ' i- - FOB, SALE. 1 1 1 ; Stockholders' Sleeting. 1 er 1 "" 1 E. Stockholders' Meeting. -f - --- --- 1 i k 11 e'l I , 1 with-(ioo- WOOD WALLA6J 1 w coinpar-avoide- Stockholders' Mcethijj. . .11 Moil's 0a.tfit"l:er . 1 1 . 1 Louisville, Kentucky. ' Bar-room- ." , ' i "Hlue-nrass,- " " '' 'r ,,, ,,,.,, T umvwmTmxkmmmBSXKmummmmmmmmmmmmmm , j sien evil-doer- s; I j 1 1 1 1 soul-wear- y 1 1 Established thick-shelle- 1 ' , Quilltii; AUaeliment Slireve-port- , ten-fol- d '""' 111 Slircvc-por- ten-fol- u e Attention, Coal Burners. 1 MA. I v ".. - iK-- Drug-Ki- it J- - i "" 1 , J ,' ..J.1 y- - . , .- li. f 'l- - .'..A.. .,..''. . -- ft !. C - asked forthe railroad commission to pro" T The Supremo Court of New York has tcct the jieoplotyrota the wrongs inflicted decided that execution by electricity is by some of thu companies. constitutional, and murderer Kemmler Gov. Buekner minces no words with w'ill be tho first man to b"e legally put to death by that method. Jt remains to Stanford, Ky., January '3, 1890 reference to the failure of judges, nnd people to uphold and enforco be seen whether the method is an imthe law and is especially Beveroon Judge provement on thu gallows, but if the W. IP. WALTON. Lilly whom he thinks lias forfeited his current kills with that absolute certainoffice by refusing to hold courto with ap ty and celerity that it docs when lineparently no valid excuse therefor. The men come in contact with it, there will Gov. Buckxbr's message is a pretty efficiency. To of lengthy document, but he had much to officers of the law in Harlan and Perry are be no doubt of its Wo it clearly and vigorously, i condemned for their inefficiency andunsay aud said Ji'imik Bkcknkk has retired from the is too lengthy for our columns so we willingness to dischargo their duties and It Winchester Democrat, which he was usepitomize. From the Auditor's report the suggestion is made that the acts or- ing to advance Ids interests in tho race he shows that for the fiscal year ending ganizing those counties bu repealed and for member of the constitutional convenJune SO, 1SS9, the total receipts, includ- their territory distributed to adjacent tion and Senator Haggard has withdrawn its to ing balance at the beginning of the year, counties. Judge Jackson of the .Teller from tho race, leaving everything lovely in, we we o son Circuit Court, comes in for a share 7W.VM and that the were and the goose hanging high in Clark. leaving a bal- of condemnation, because lie lias repeatto give posGeorge V. Biehn and M. A. Donovan, ance of 572,5)20.124 and an estimated edly exceeded his authority and invaded practical printers, with C. K. Lyddane, in. alance on June 30th, next, of $171,844.-7- both the legislative nnd executive editor, will keep tho Democrat to its He has notwithstanding the defalcation of branches of the government. - present high standard. are also kept half a, million of dollars in exTreasurer Tate, whoso bondsmen .i neeus .in .i of the me hands nmmiiit cess oi mo now being sued for LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. d due after deducting credits and sums re-- 1 trllsttu of the i"T ll"J. thereby ' from the Bale of his property. The lin llim to simulate with the State's Don't anyone disturb himself any T" l,nrt of thu llm-'- more about our lost cat. He has come increase of ISO ner cent, in cost of Juries mon(?yin four years and 73 per cent, during last have been repeatedly remitted by the home to stay. year is cited nnd the suggestion made judge, when that authority is vested onJohn Brewer has moved into the is that a law be enacted forbidding the ly on the governor. The suggestion di- residence of i C. Storms, on Danville payment of witnesses and jurors save renewed that all fines shall be paid Avenue. for the actual time they are before the rectly to the State nnd the percentages FOR- No child now living will ever he 'allowed prosecuting officers paid after court Careless judges and attorneys able to dnte a letter correctly without 1 his would save a vast amount are responsible for the increase, which wards. using the figure !. is principally in those mountain coun- to the State mil coricot abuses which James S. Hawkins was united in ties where less good hns resulted than have become flagrant. marriage to Miss Mollio L. Parks at the The Louisville Bridge Company and residence of anywhere. the bride on Jan. 1st. railroad companies nbusing their priviThe expenditure on account of idiots Hon. H. 11. Tomlinson came home Very leges are severely scored nnd a recomhaB increased 500 per cent, in the last L'O from Franktort on Tuesday evening and years, reaching last year f 100,021.2S and mendation made that such should be returned on Thursday morning. -punished by forfeiture of charter aud the governor renews his recommendaThe directors of the Citizens Nationfine and imprisonment of its officers. al tion that they be maintained by the Bank met last Saturday ami declared counties in which they' reside. The The governor takes n whack at trusts a semi annual dividend of '.) per cent. good work of the geolocicnl survey is and brings his very comprehensive and Henrv Header was married to Miss 7S tnunhri- commended and n liberal appropriation admirable message to a close. It Is re- Betty Hudson at tho County Clerk's ofrecommended to increase its usefulness. garded as one of the most aggressive and fice on Tuesday last by Klder Frank. important State papers issued in many Attention is called to the fact that The directors of thu National Bank years. The executive has dont xhis du- of of property hi the State is exmet Tuesday and declared Let the legislative empted from taxation thereby increas- ty nobly nnd well. a semi annual dividend oi 4 per cent. ing the burden on that which is not. do its part as conscientiously and perLicense has been issued to T. J. R. II. Batson and family have mov This should be corrected as largely as form it within the constitutional limit Moody and Miss Lizzie C. Brown to wed ed into llie residence of Col. D. IL Col of the session, and its members can repossible and augmentation prevented. at thu residence of the bride, Jan. Sib Dr. Krai lier, on Lexington street. The condition of the common schools turn home to tho welcoming plaudits, "Jackson's day." mcmhvr of the pi$"iit legislature from Iojq1 "Well done thou good and faithful scr is the subject of congratulation, If you want to run Judge Walker Mavsvilleand husband of Mis. Hliza Lnsk than half the revenue is devoted to it, vants. ontof town iustwhisner around that a Fra.-t- . is here on a visit. Gus Lane nut the amount this year reaching $1,4.53,-- 1 Tin: Louisville Commercial, in com- party from the rural districts are in to ; ., ,M,,(t,ani,u.. ),tn. Tuesday after an D2.70: This amount is largely supple' menting on the bill entitled the Law of get married and he is gone. '. absence of a year or more. Mr. , mented by local taxation and it is sug- Libel, as proposed by tho Kentucky Louis (Bangs) Undram has been .n,i,ryi formerly Miss Btti. A hrtclM traiMot tciioal for Ihwr rftatria la aUfy tfcaHlc tciacl gested that a certain percentage of the Press Association, says it is fair and rea appointed by the board of trustees to act , ro,j,ijng no,r K.iukin, Clnrk conn- t irn omnmi Junaary i, llpx bum alotted by the State to each county sonable and just to evervuodv concern as clerk and attorney of tho city during ty, is visiting with her two children thu IlcuiNBing d rerkw ctat.ti la PrcwrilOfy, Xoimilnrid CmmkhtM DcpsrUftest. be required to be added by the county ed. It does not require that a plaintiff: the absence of Hon. K. n. lomiinson. family of her mother, Mrs. Osie llulfiiinn. ' In.trH. lion thorough and progrcxivr tr. htr ol Vocal nd lntmitt!l .Mmlc. C'i t Kvprnu- low. lpvy to supplement the aid given by the shall give bond for costs belore tiling his ' Misu Annie Boyston entertained tho Mrs. WUliams, of Mu Vernon, is visiting healthful 1et (vki fic all ttnn tiioi-rat tic bmnin, .'th rrm State. Eighty counties are now repre- .complaint, as is now a provision of the juveniles in eiegani siyie ni uer suuur- - tho family of her County xno sented in the Agricultural A Mechanical law in some Stntes. It does not ask any .ui homo on Mommy uvening. W. E. SHAW, Principal. Brown. Messrs. Charles Bich-College, which is being largely develop- special priveleges, but only justice and a'" time the "old folks" were enjoying ardsou and wife, of Somerhot, and Will ed nnd which needs additional buildings protection from the people who are anx- themselves under the hospitable roof of Jones, wife and child, of Clark county, to keep it abreast with its usefulness. ious to take advantages of the law to get It. Kinuaird. are visiting the family of J. (.. Sweeney, We are sorry to chronicle the illness father-in-laThe State has 80,000 volumes in its libra- reveuge and in some cases to make profof the two gentlemen. ry scattered through 20 rooms having no it. The bill embodies the recommenda- with typhoid fever of Lucian, eldest son meeting of the board of direc At a Other tions of tho most practical men who have of II. T. Noel, one of the brightest, most connection with each other. Bank of juicastcr, young men tors of the National rooms should be provided both for con- given tho subject consideration. It is promising and gentlemanly of Ky., Dec. Met, 18S), Joseph Weisnger venience and security us many of the almost identical in substance with the it has ever btien our good fortune to come and W. B. Uohinson were appointed a books are very valuable and cannot statutes now in force in several other m eoniact wun. be committee to draft suitable resolutions to M ss I1ck.su Hush entertained at tier fritna iirliititi lint'i limit fniml nniiittiliin v i "' l4 1ls lf,l upon the death of J. II. Woodcock and vsui a, The lunatic asylums are better man- - and satisfactory to everybody. he Gov father's residence Tuesday evening in report the same to that body for its ' j u,e "'embers the club and adoption. Wherefore they in the disaged than ever, but they are still too inton Commonwealth endorses the bill, roval 8tyle ' .w costly and the recommendation is made but thinks that the oth section is capable .11. Il. blllO IlltVUli ll'flll tilt. lllCt tf tll. charge of that duty beg to report the fonilllU l.ia rwt;.r nrt i.u ...uv v.. thntthe per capita be reduced to $140 0f a conflict of construction, as it may be year it will by no means be the last to llowing, to wit: per annum. The Feeble Minded Instt- - decided that where a paper containing a he remembered among tho festivities of Oils, Resoi.vkd, That in the death of our tuto has nearly been replaced with the ylM is circulated, there it is published, J. II. Woodcock, friend and low first-clas- s When news items get scarce during this institution has lost one of its most insurance money, but an appropriation jt therefore suggests that the section be be active members and wisest counselors, ne amended as follows and the suggestion the coining spring season wo bid to is necessary tor lurnuure, ree. the community one of its best and truest branch penitentiary is practically com- should be adopted: That all suits for li the first to jump on the legislature with citizens, his wife an affectionate and debest workman-lik- e pleted and no more money is needed bel against newspapers published in this printers' ink and abuse them for pro- - voted husband and Ids coll a kind and Very u ouierwiscsquHii. indulgent father. We sincerely sympaon except to build a railroad track of near- Commonwealth shall bo brought in the K'K owthize with his bereaved family in their ly a mile to connect it with existing county in which said newspaper is print- - dt'rin th" Puu"-- mone'- dwp distress and ureat affliction and deber. everybody, hands oir; my time first. sire to uive expression to our reurets lines. Even with the increase of cells in and issued for circulation. I am glad to correct tho statement tlirongb the columns of the Central Ken :r the old penitentiary to 740 and the num. A c S,NK J N MENKKKK Thk best thing, and perhaps the only in my last report in regard to the 410, there will tucky News, Danville Advorat- Intkkiok ber in the new fixed at t thing, connected with the meeting caster Mill it Elevator Co., loosing 10,000 JotMiNAi. and Somerset Reporter and 150 more convicts than still be perhaps these resolutions be spr nd upon the can be accommodated, and provisions of the legislature is that it causes the bushels of wheat. I am informed by tho minutes and a copy of thi hiihih lie are asked for their accommodation eith- Frankfort Capital to blossom forth as a the management of said company that sent his family. JOSKI'II Wkhkckk, ) er by additional cells or some other daily and visit its admirers six times a the amount of wheat damaged will not v'()I"' Wm. It. Robinson, i week instead of orie. The editor, Col. ' be near so great as I was informed and method and leasing them out to work on Rev. B. A. Dawes, a Baptist minister railroads is suggested. The parole law Polk Johnson, who will be nominated to-- that they will be able to dispose of tho Etc., acted beneficially and of the ol) con- day without opposition for public print-- ' musty wheat to the starch maiiufactureis of Sslvisa, was married at tho Fork hns Miss Mattie .SJSTD B3CI3NTDS I church on Wednesday to victs discharged under it but one has er, and elected next week by a unani-- 1 at a fair price. Mouldings, and Scroll Work, John L. Arnold entertained a few daughter of the late Dnid Smith, of acted badly. Juvenile offenders should moils vote, as he should be, will have to Miss Mattio is one of onr not he sent to the penitentiary, hut to hump himself to keep up with "the of his old rebel coiur.ules in arms on "WI5133 AXTD the Houses of Reform at the expenses boys" and get out a good paper every Inst Monday. While Mttiug around af-- ' most accomplished nnd wealthy young Cedar and Locust Posts. ladies and Mr. Dawes is a native of (Jarday. But he is used to that sort of thing, tor dinner, each one telling of his of the counties to which they belong. We will rarrv n lull mo. k rvf umber Yard. ti rrtlnni; fun ml in a firM served a dozen years on the Con-- volous deeds during the war, a little boy rard county and a graduate ot iieorge- The governor recommends an InspecA C SINK IIiimikm Manlier we predict for them a and Times. tor of State Banks, his salary to be paid outside shot a fire cracker and uiifck as town college and . i by an assessment on these institutions. ngiiining every man uroKu om mu uuur life full of pleasure and happiness. The I). M. Bowmah, late proprietor of the A well digested road law is urged, which for his horse, not realizing the situation ceremony was performed by Rev. II. C. to the overseers, Woodford Sun, which his sons still con- until they failed to see any horses Humphreys, assisted by Rev. Robert will require in addition Lduct, fell from a sleeper on the Monon a superintendent of roads, who will see hitched around the house. The ques- Thurman, of Bardstown. Tho groomsroad, aud was crushed to by a that persons serving sentences in the freight which was following. death was n tion arises, was this force of habit or men were all Baptist ministers and classHe mates of the groom and the bridesmaids urtiiiullittui utirintrnr Mmtl Itilflit'' county jails are worked on them. The ' ! man of considerable newspaper ability t closed on were Miss .Mattie's most intimate friends foreign building and loan associations Tlie ciiristiniui to wit; 1st Rev. C. M. Reid, of Kails of defrauding the laboring and was preparing to start tho Chicago ono of are constantly ,,(;veni wUh given iuy. tm. Rough, Grayson county, and Miss Nellie . , kontuckian when the sad end came. Wo .. .. class and such institutions should be lUOhl CIljUYUiJlu liuro uiu send our warmerst sympathy to those placed under tho supervision of tho Inclub. The crowd gathered at an early Hopper, of Charleston, W. Vu.; I'd Rev. most affected bv the terrible blow. Kmiiiu surance Bureau. Lotteries aro denounchour comfortably filling ".Miller's Hall," Mr. Lynch, of Danvilic.and Miss Arnold, of Washington county, :id, Rev. ed and it is earnestly recommended that Thk electrical machine which is to send where John Boyco was on time with his the privileges improperly exercised by Kemmler to kimrdom come was tried at!bandRml niL,tir. moro "Kreeahle and Mr. Williams, of Lawrencoburg, anil Ushers, them bo withdrawn by proper legisla- Sim? Sim? Tuesday on un old hors... TJin better behaved crowd never assembled. Miss Wolfe, of Minnesota. , Good?, ShoCS, FailCU Australian ballot system is fa current of 1,000 volts was turned on a The dancing was kept up unti! IUoVIock Frank Fox, John Woods, William Marks-tion. The Tho list of and n law to restrict municipal half a minute and the animal died with- when the party adjourned totIie"Daisy" bury ami David Jenkins vored, Wooden p. TtV77,. indebtedness suggested, As an induce- out a kick. The same amount was tried for lunch. Reassembling after lunch mer- bridal presents weie handsome and exo, QO. uuviuitioi ment to capital and immigration a Bu- on a calf and in 10 seconds it was dead as ry time to the music was kept up until tonslv... Thn dnlfohtfullv hunnv cowrie left for their future home, Sal visa, where is mentioned which a mackerel. reau of Information the sweet notes of tho Chanticleer was s : mingled with tho hurrying voices home- - a reception wild given them on Wednesshall keep permanently on exhibition day evening by the friends nnd congreThk Hopkinsville Kontuckian came ward, the evidences of our great mineral and Oo there Mr. Dawes has Next door to Portman Home. il. i n unlit agricultural wealth. A renewal of the out Tuesday liko McOinty, "dressed in Little Willio and Humphrey Best gation of tho groom. drawn a prize from the wheel of life of recommendation to place tho attorney its best Sunday clothes," which it wears have been on the war path ngain. After general in chargo of tho department to very becomingly. Bro. Meacham knows' riding around over the country near which he may bo proud and wo feel assupervise and direct the prosecuting at- how to run n newspaper and tho knowl- - Paint Lick imiuiring for Nathan Noe, a sured that no cloud will o'ershadow their torneys is made and an earnest plea edge is bringing him much lucre, we re- peacable citizen and threatening to kill future happiness. -Hagainst so great amount of local legisla- joice to know. liim on bight, they came across his little Tho Nihilistiput poison in tho food tion is entered. do v. Knott has accepted a call to son, who had been to tho Paint Lick TiQ State Examiner and inspector has represent Marion county in the Consti- postof'lce after the family mail. They at of the Czar of Russia and hu came near detected and exposed much wrong doing tutional convention, which judging from once began shooting at him and other- kicking the bucket. Maj. Al McGoodwin, of the Maj field on tho part of officials who handle pub- the material ollering and suggested all wise abusing and frightening the little of his wits. He, how- Democrat, walked out of u second-storlic money and has Baved tho State many over tho State will he composed of men f fellow almost out thousands of dollars. Tiio law restrict- of distinction and ability. ever, succeeded in outrunujng them and window while asleep, at Frankfort, and ing tho number of State guard compamade his escape with a sound hide. suffered injuries that may prove fatal. Is Receiving His changed so as to permit nies should be Akte listening to the reading of the His father is very much exercised over The railroad construction in tho U. Governor's Message, the legislature ad- the affair and says he will ho compelled S.last year is placed at oJJU miles, 1,800 tho organization of companies they are needed to support tho journed till yesterday to give Speaker to rely upon his own strong arm for less than in 1888. Kentucky is credited civil authorities and additional power is J Myers time to make out his committees. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a with 109 milea. Trial Semi-Weekly Interior Journal rt 2889. "A Happy New Year'to One and All. 189Q, ofli-ce- rs expendi-tireswer- SLIV-'O.SO'.- IS, 8, sible value our Grand Army. Patrons and friends, THE FUBLIC: herewith extend our very liberal patronage during the past year and heartfelt thanks for their ire also express oar sincere acknowledgements of the many compliments and the hearty support showered upon us since the opening ofour new store. greater efforts for the coming year, This public good will encourage assure all shall endeavor iolncrit the same liberal patronage and the new year as of the old, aiming always the public the greatest enab-alize- I - S'8 s Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Carpets, Matting, &c, The Lowest Possible Prices Truly Yours, ! THE LOUISVILLE STORE Number 17 has drawn the Organ: the verson who has that will please call for it. $227,-JW,SSS.- Main Sh'rcL Stanford, M. S&ErKrGOSH, MANAGER. Lg'eL, ? ! v ' d?. v., s f - GO. t l0f. y. lii.'h-Hull- .. ..... tt n-i- l j i .i son-in-la- y 1 C7IE I I - Having purchased the interest Mr. Slagg, J will conduct the business at the old stand, where I shall pleased supply the wants of all former and new patrons from Paints, School Boohs, Wall Paper, Jewelry and Silverware at prices, for goodss I have a good Jeweler, ready to do watch and jewelry repaiis in the style. respectfully, Full Stock of Drugs I - W. B. MoHOBERTS. Iin-g)o- d - ask-tha- i SINE & MENEFEE, SASH, BOOHS I.jillis, Shingles, Brackets ROUGH ABTO DKBSSED LUMBER, 1 e. PuSuTENT SLAT FEEffCE, I i mar-havin- g - 1 rier-Journ- .... ii ... i JONES BROS., Boots and Queonsware, Glassware, Tinware, j w,, festU-itic-r- ; '"c "' Store in Stanford that suits tlie Farmer, General Merchandise, Full Stock of Holiday Goods. a- i Dry Groceries unci 4 y 1f1pi.ir Hfrt!fcktf 1 .4.4RUPLEY,- every-where- as pro-lectio- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. :St - ft 'Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Houx, to the wife of John W. Watson on Wednesday night, twin boys. H by Col. Hill and Mr. Harding in sneaking and the latter was sill at it at 4:00 Special Dispatch to the Interior Journal. DaNvim.k, Ky., Jan. 'J, 18SX), 4:20 r. M. -S- NEWSCONDENSED. Stanford, Ky., January E One of na will bo found at our old 8, 1890 stand at all times so please call there and settle our accounts as we must wind up our business hero in a very short while. O.WALTON,DU8.Mana(er Owsley A. Craig. Hon. P. W. McKinney was inaugurated governor of Virginia Wednesday. , helby admitted to bail in the sum P M. McHounr.Ts. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. of T, $1,1700. ,7 . and Mra. Bhunoa sister within n ' TO THE PUBLIC well-selecte- VSl'UK. Having purchased of Mr. T. R. Walton his stock of goods, including Oait. Cmii.hii's murderer is Btill at x a supply of large, but tho L. Ax X. is making stienii-oil- s MEANS BUSINESS. ellbrts to bring him to justice. Large Highland, Wednesday. be appointed to succeed General Deputy A. It. rewards have been offered and many deComb and settle your account Nellie Free, who recently appeared Revenue Agent W. G. Dunlap. Penny. here in "Silver Spur," is shoitly to martectives are trying to win it. John (Jault, general manager ot the ami jewelry repaired ami Watch ks of Boston. ry n Q. A C, has resigned, to take effect K'b. Penny. warranted. A. II. Tom M iktin, of the L. X., held the Marriage license was issued to T. T. The best place to buy drills, patent lucky number, 1,778, in the drawing of Dollins to marry Miss Mary Smith at the 1, and C. C. Harvey has bven made is at A. K. medicines and toilet articled and traffic manager. e, the louisville Store and has rennv b. t the organ at property, which Mr. Salin- bride's home, near Highland,son of Bro. Martin Venable loves, tahlcts. claimed his Uuy your Hchool hooks, ink, NEW ADVEItTISKMKNTS nape r. pencils ami school supplies of all ger was much pleased to turn over to Barnes' friend, Pat Joyes, was married' intls from A. It. IVnnv. him. in Louisville Tuesday to Miss Carrie In another column appears the adver- Barr. PERSONAL POINTS. Alexander Vest, son of Senator Vest, tisement of .Mark Hardin, the estimable Joxrks is visiting in hexing young gentleman who succeeds Mr. T. is married at last and to the same girl I take this method of informing the people of Stanford and vicinity Miss Iosv I.inroln Circ nit Court. u It. Walton in tho grocery business. He who jilted iii in last spring, because of that I will continue the business at his old stand and ask a share of Mlts. (i.C. Uii:.NM is visiting her jmr-- t is deserving of patronage ami wo be- his wild habits. Tne bride was MihH Sar Cook Admr , 1'lff. v Sarah Cool' hm. their patronage. and s K Cook ilr. Tiff vv ami Cr ntH at I'ar'm. speak for him a liberal trade fiom the Kate Servis and she is an heiress. , fii , DelK Notice oi S H. CKkS Cr , I quity aged lil, and Mary Sale in lticliard Watts, Miw. M. D. Ki.mokk is visiting relatives people of Stanford and vicinity. Yocuni, li, and Jaek Owens and Nun- - Hy virtlle , a iUjKmenl of ,he j.meoin Circuit It is my intention to sell good goods at THK LOWKST LIVING i CHiupbulUvillu. tn the aboMXonk of the cold wave predictions CV Wwllsof tllO same ages, all of the Me- Miih. Mk UouihM, of Crab Orchard, "?' at "' October term, l PRICKS and it will be my effort to please each and all who favor so far Kinney vicinity, were married by Judge have materialized to much extent wax here Tuesday. me with their trade. My present stock will be greatly enlarged in of warm weather, Variion, at the 6, 1890, yesterdaj. I) it. niiMkh. II run Hum aie moving this rouurkable a few days, and I cordially invite au inspection of it. Goods delivso we are gutting rather ashamed to ' The marriage of Prof. Stonewall At it a m or tnrrrabout (heme the firtt da) of t i their property on Main street. Lincoln rSvo, ered anywhere in town. Remember the place. on hoist the signals, but we mut obey or Jackson Pulliaui to Miss Nelle Xewmiui, the January term,higheM of the at nuhlie county D. Hoot, Jii., left Wednesday to outcry bidder court) oll to the ders, bo here goes' daughter of Col. Matt Mullins, of Fal- belorethe court home door id Stanford Ky.,th i r l.lliott institute, at Kirksville. mouth, was solemnized in becoming folliyirij; detinlied property, to wit Micr. 1U.SSIK Wkiiii, of Danville, jh the style at the Baptist church at that place A Tract of Land containing 244 g lest of her cousin, Miss Ko.xie Penning-ton- . Cor. Main and Somerset streets, Stanford, Ky. Acres 3 Hoods and 8 Poles, Wahiiixuton, Jan. li, 7 A. M. To W. on the :!lst. The attendants were Miss Grace Mullins, Prof. It. L. Pulliam, Rich- Situated in Lincoln count), Ky, on Dix Kter Mil. ami Mrs. Jamh Cmitkii, of Queen P. Walton: HoiM cold wave sigu'd. tanit t.( llnurt I'nnl..Wni t.rt ittntA l.r Citv, Mo., are visiting his brotliers, ICd Temperature will fall to about M by mond, Miss Kate Mullins and G. I.aokey Mrs. l.ucy J. Cook, A. andaUobyllix Miss Eugenia Pulliam nnd Kiver. and the county read and is apart of the and Peter Carter. fillKL'LY. I'ridav morning. Mocs Cook farm Tor further Messrs. A. G. T. Smith and F. K. Trib- - metes and bounds, the i.leadinss descjition andMk C K. Mii.mot, who 1ms been clerk-i.herein .in! reWwlnesday night be- ble, of this COIintV, accompanied the firred to. Said land has upon it two tenant hous- Buiti.vitv. Powers A Co., has returned for S. . an abundance of water tor all purrwie good tween and '2 o'clock .some thief enter- grOOIIl thither. Hie bride IS SpokOll Of,et, to I.cxiugtun. ellandriverwater Sixty acrec of said land are part ot the ....... ..1. ....,.: nnd 1...1.. ...,,l .,. Mir-ed the resilience of Mr. Sam M. Owens. .. ' "Model Grocery" you will find Miis. Ktkpiikx Iliutiii and sister, whole tract pood "'- high land it bottomfaiminetheandgreater convenient "'J excel- Said river in a good neishlwirh.Twlucme land, ood ''..icliel Allison, of (ittorgetown, are vlsit-- Mr. Owens and family were all absent all kllOW that tho grOOIIl is II IllOSt county road and i except Owen Miller nnd Mr. J. W. Les- lent young man. May they be always to churches and schools, on a and 0fam,ie from the nford friends at Crab Orchard. Coffees, tvirnplkc road is keeping jail in Mr. Owens' as happy as now. Mil J. T. I.YNX came up yesterday and ley, who Salewillbe madi oca credit of 6 and Terms Goods purchaMr required to every ' p. light us a beautiful new year's gift absence. The thief succeeded in getting ' j months, equal payments, lwnd with approvd lecurlt), having the DEATHS' DOINGS." property of a very fine gold watch, th (V orce and effect ot a jiidrment, retninins a lien .a one of the prutticst girls in Uuiis. Cream, Cheese, upon the Inmi until all 01 the purchase money is Owen Miller, and In so doing awoke Mr. j .e Mrs. Klir-- i Head, the mother of !. ' paid, and boatinp interest at the rate of n per cent per annum from ditc until paid. I hi: Transcript says the ljisley, who pressed him so hard that he II. Fox, of Danville, died Monday. Tl.c object of this sale is to satisfy debts against Tobaccos. looking Hlim in the legis-.i- f was compellml to drop the watch and ist the estate oi Sarah Cook, deed , amounting to Mrs. lingstreet, wife of Gen. about tt 700 and the com of this .ictif.il, the reMr. Uisley saw tho for his life. run ore is the Hon. It. C. Warren, of died at Gainesville, Ga. She went mainder, if all), to he diided .imone her devisees. His stock is always clean, fresh, full and attractive. He carries an man, but not well unoiigh to tell wheth" RU,rc" A " K0UnCn ' "" In through the Moxiean ami civil wars with rurKy He entered apartment of Oucensware, Glassware, Tin- and Woodenware. osl er ho was white or bluek. I iin lliiimir, Jb., has taken the DWisoN.M c 1. c. c vj ' hor husband. for T. Metctth' and through the parlor window. .ii of A Fort Worth, Texas, paper tolls of Give him a call and he will make it to your advantage. P Morton that of salesman for S. Anotiikii business change was made the death there of C. M. Bussell, formerI Huiiiks. with the new year. Mr. George- II . ly of this county, ami pays his memory Mis .rii Stiu'W.k, who Iism been Bruce has o!d his interest in the firm of a high tribute. He leaves a young wife, The rofivenient and net Residence now (Kcuptt-th s. l Powers Co.'s Cohiiiilitf, o., Bruce fc McHoberts to S. Porter Magg but no children. b) Mr. W. K. Kamiey, on upper Main street, It M well located, has esery convenience hax been tutnpornrily transferred and tliu new firm will be McKohortB A Miss Mary Johnson died at Mr. Lew- smI is a must desirable home. Call on or addrews B.G. COVER. tins place StJigg. The stock ha ben moved to the is Dndderar's Wednesday morning of or W. r.KAMSKV. j tt Mn ami Mas. .1,. A. Haliikmw, who corner Stanford, Ky. stoic in the 0kt.i House build- neuralgia and a complication of other I i spent the hollilays with hur par-- t ing lately occupied by Owsley & Craig. diseases in her 00th year. She boro no Are headquarters for ! his at Crab Orchard, rutin nod to The new firm intends torunthe business relationship to Mr. Dudderar, but had le yesterday. on a laigo scale ami strive (0 merit a lived there many years and had been Tn Rent I(t.. S. S. MrltoiiKKTH, wlio is past full share of the public patronage. Both .Ai.A.inl.it.1 na nrtil tt tli.k fntfiilt lll.l is gradually wearing out and gentlemen are and have remains were laid to rest in the Dmlucr-- i A Smal1 EnS'no and Boiler, life many friends who wish thorn well. Mr. arburving ground vesterdav morning af.j Kor two. r three m nth Addn-s- , statirjj Pncc end of n long and the and rnnilltifin flf mnrhlnpfv. Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Uuy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel fast Hearing a dose. Mnis Bruce has not fully made up his mind ter appropriate services uy r.iu. j. u. 9 it W I. McCAHTY, Kmesulle, K) couplo as to' what he will do, but he has several Livingston -Mits. (i. A. Pkytox received a Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no f pa.rs of butlalo horm, beautifully matters under consideration. We hope FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to v Hinted forparlorornaments as a Christ l at an v rate we are not to lose him ami We wish to buy 10 cotton mules. mns cift from her brother, N. "!. Tevls, his excellent wife from our community. do good work, or no sale. A sk your neighbor. at l.olo, Montana. House & Lot of Miss Mary Myers, B. Owsley Orn IUvks. Cashier J. -L- ove Lillard bought of Grove Ken-- ! Missks Ii AXD LiriKTwnwi:i.i have Now occupiedby Mr G.X Bradley, it for rent cents. n turned to Mrs. Mettle McKinney's. feels proud of the statement he is able liedy 13 fat cattle at January l.....i.. of James Gentry fors the ear 1890. Pt&seion l , btaSford Kyist. trouble, to make for the Lincoln National the Mi.' Miss bla sutlers with a throat a I) Roo a lot of butcher stutrat 2) cts. which is being treated by Dr. Carpen- last six months. Its earnings were out of which a ;t per cent, diviD. N. Prewitt bought of F. D. Mv-- i We are glad to liave them back. ter I dend is declared, premiums reduced ers a lot of butcher stutrat 2 cents. &c lIDIEUa-a-IS- T expenses paid and Sl,ll3.1ii carried 111., AND VICINITY. C. T. Fandidge sold to a l'coria, CITY A i w.m i .i to undivided profits. llVOt Mill if U tUlilUIUCl OUIIVI lllltlV 1UI itu. meeting in the interest of the Somerset at present Cashier John. J. McHoberts. also lias ,.f,n,mi.: liros. OOUglll nl 1. U. On j, cooper street,very desirable occupied by Mr. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Q place and can be A will be held ( (iinberland Klver railroad good statement. The gross earnings Vxrxn.lli.f 111 l.na.l. nt - .vom.rvlil. 0.v ct.xire nf obtair.nl at .1 hnnrsin Address or call on . w. . J w Harper, Kansas, Monday and an intita- - of at Columbia next the First National of Stanford for the 2 cts FANCY ARTICLES, &C Or! M MeKOBEKTS, fatantord, Ky. on is extended to those interested all SJime period were JI'.'.TfO.iVi. The Bank Carter ife Givens bought in Kiisfell ' Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. Hiong the lino to attend. declared its dividend of : percent., paid countv a of cotton mules at $0' -ts:W.-.1:- 1 to s. "Tin: Model Urocery" is well named. all expenses nnd taxes and cariied to Mirplus fund. always keeps a well S.J. Kmbry sold to Took Hubble! offer for rent my Hotel in the town of La icas Mr. A A. Warren The Hustonville National tdiows up his 2 yoar-oljack, George Penny, for ter, known as the Mason House, containms 18 THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, stock ami sells the t articles s. leeted rooms bt'Mdps kitchen and other outbuildings. Said hotel adjoins the court house and Immediate at the lowest (inures Head his ad., then well, as it always does. J. W. Hocker, SMC tho new brick livery stable of Walker CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. s iy oppoite cashier, states tlir.t the gros earnings for Terhune, of Mercer, bought of ft Dot). Duly one other h tel in the town and a .t'l and see if the above is Inte. the six months on a capital of cWjOOO A Hutchings, of the Eiib-- t Knd, 20 sooo OBenuic tor tie nijr.l man M terms reasona-E- l Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than Mrv i: VStlX. Pel- the low est. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Rei isroitn Ixdgu No. lotl, of Odd tt weie 34,VtU.iti, nut of w liieh a :t per cent, cotton mules at $74 and of D. A. Join i.an.atvr, Ky paired on short)notice and warranted. elected Peter Stranb. Jr., X. U.; A. dividend and all expo uses were paid and son, of I'oekcastle, tl nt $70. iw, I Nunnelley, V. G.; A. C. Sine, Secy., premiums reduced fSOO, leaving SDil.lr!) Cattle are in fair demand in Cinein-t,10.v as undivided protitH. . nil .! X. MenefevTrotisnrer, uati, with beet hhippers at 4 to lj; theie installed next ToumIiiy night. .. local demand for hogs at Tint examining trial of lestae Shelby, is mi active ' 'Ay, sheeji sell readily at 21 to fij. Mix Lacba STiifBW.B, heretofore con-tii'on- Jr., for tiie murdci of Orcen Liukenfelt to A C. llinm'u uuln rd, Htcr,toa-r.1 j. ol Xr mil, .Vs. u'liu u'i'll Mtttmiliul l with the busines. of S. L. Power began at Danville Monday beforo Judge M'Siuii ien at on M f t KIN 8s biought $77 to $127, a yearling1 A Co , Columbus, Obi", has been transLee and did not end until yesterdav. It Mares Department of WM proved that Mielhy asked wvenil Messenger lheeze $12o, cows $17 to $2", j. rrcl to tho Kentucky the sumo business ami will ne lor tne imin Ul to diink with him in Hall's sa- - mules juu to ?izu ami mine coussw.lost f?) kV2l W Mr. Cleveland, of Jessamine, present connectod with their Stanford loon nnd when Liukenfelt came up with meat of GO hogs by warm weather. tho rest Shelby told him "You are not in the store. Hurgess, of this county, ami inanv "WJi.HTT'ttlD tins, I am tloing tins, tnat some words John y Stea! Tin: reliable linn of Higgins & McKin-.- followed and the shooting began. Shel others liaVO lOht their meat. Paris To canvas for the ndeof Nursery Mo. t..r sue- employment mmranteed I.HU1J ' l...(i.,.b;,iii ..wvf.il mn specialty of plows tho Annlv nti.nrp Mttini7 ,ie Men makes a by claims that Liukenfelt shot llrst, but 8I . rroui .inn. isi, ini, we Keep mi tion this paper. Oliver and Hamilton, which they adver- in this he is not corroborated. S.1J . iiunisvuie, A lit. AI..IIA.X1V Shelby l.Anl... ... .!... a.. ucvuillliou .1.1.1 ecu nil tt i.a.. .1 i iilli Clll 4...4 III1IKU nil tise in anotUer column. They keep a tired live times, three of his balls taking tJUUKn, Will make it to the inteiest stock also of groceries, hardwaie, oiled 111 his victim's head and body. Iy for cash. full of every purchaser in our line that calls, close as stoves, At, which they sell as The prosecution piovod that an exami- Will sell cheaper than wo have ever tiie- next one. nation of the room bhortly after the kill- sold. Caldwell it Ijtuier, Danville. PROF. W. F. NILES ing revealed no pistol and .1 search of tho IJ. Mi Kohehts hud liis store will open W. ' MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. decorated with evergreens Christ- pockets of tiie dead man no cartridges, A NORMAL SCHOOL, mas, "which with tho seasonable goods lint a pistol was subsequently found 011 A number of tho idle coons of this At .McKinney Lincoln count, JAN. 20, 1800, . It is ln) IntL inn pot imliAt. rti.r mnnl h and silverware made his establishment a tho floor nnd cartridges to match it in place have gone to the siido on tim . ,,rimary Dep..rt.nnt $1.00 wjn keeD constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture A photograph was Linkenfelt's pockets. A ball of thesanio ery handsome one. lnter.11ed.nlc Department branch. V.n,.tl n.n.l.m.nt ... . . and Jeweler H. 11. size was found in tho lining of Shelby's ..1...M. .'Vf.. .Il.b.l . '? and Undertaker's Goods. My - prices will be as low as such . goods taken of it with him ... S. L. Whitehead has sold out 1. A liberal natrotiace ir rruue-lc. ... anu iiiuruuii" particular., address, a very nice job was made by overcoat ami a hole in its breast. The drug store at Pinevillo and cast his for-- 1 wckKuarameed. Danks and can Tje houffht in the cities. Give me a trial ana you win dc con W.K. NII.E, McKinney. Ky. prosecution argued that it was impossiMr. K'rp- vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. at Big Stone (.tap, whero he opens ble for the men to have failed to find the tunes FORT11V. number of burials in lluflalo pistol and the cartridges in tho first place, ti drug business. Enas Kimball and Miss Xellio Jones, .springs Cemetery increased very largely- or that the ball could have shot been AT ast vear. although there was no epedem- into the coat. Mieiny inlniitteu tliat lie of Berea, eloped fiont that place Sunday amount of sickevening and were married here at the ic and no remarkable boro malice toward Liukenfelt forchnrg Jlook Krtpliia, Short Hand, Ttltyrorhy.Ao I f? I will sell the house known as tiie Mswconib Motel at 2 a. m. Monday, W IssssWIin TV 1. .1 Writ for Cataloguo and full informationness. The sexton, .Mr. J. M. Hendricks, ing ,,; , stolen James Moore s and 10 eutiesThe no3to fllco was moved sayri that there weio :W adults hog and that he had blapped his jaws day to Davis' store, where it was kept ..0 interred, making 42, against :il ..... c 1.... 1...... .1. ..Inn ..1 I children .re.""' siiu nilllllK, ttlivil lliu .iliuil.l '6(1. HOARDERS bv M. P. 2ewconil). Hie ap "68, 112 in '87 ami 211 in in him a long nosed Linkonfelt had All persons having claims a:ain--- iSe ttate of through the door for tho letter-so- n I.. S. Withers, deed , will present them it me or ofa b h. lliere was much con- - erturo Gilligan, a resident of tho a John ForO.VK THOUSAND DOI.I.AItS cash box, which was closed for that length of I hae rented the property of Mrs Cath Il.uley wy acciu, properly proven, on o ltf' - l.muary 1840. prepared-t1.IA A '.VII' ERS. sir take nnd am sbidhv City vicinity, was crossing Hang llicting testimony but tho concensus of time, was Tuesday by the old The Cottage opposite the Railway on Lancaster streetreasorahle. now hovrilers taken V Sa McCLARY, Aectit. Day bearders Terms Lick pike, opinion of those who heard tho trial io Kork bridge on the Knob ing Depot, it is far from being a favorable caso postmaster. Jones and daughter, of PittsWillis his home became frightened and jumped that I water, somo 20 for Shelby. Tho prosecution was repre- burg, uro visiting this place. Mrs. Mat Formerly accupled hy tt V. Miller, at the sarir over tho railing Into tho place for EIGHT HUNDRED DUI.LAltS is hero to see n rock sented by ltobert Harding, W. II. Miller Whitehead, of Pinoville, cash. feet below, breaking his neck on her relatives and friends. Win. KenneIn jr tho water. Luckily the shafts nnd J. S. Owsley and Mr. Shelby by dy was down from Crab Orchard during iuBt umlcr F Ken teseenby applsinp to Mr. Capital to Build Houses to Rent. Messrs. M. J. Durban), Hill & Mc Rob- Christmas. Sam Myers bus gono to nctly, Crab Orchard. bUKRV broko 1,n'1 il was loft stand In ihe corporate limits of Ko trlsniij!? to tho Yerkes. might erts, K. P. Jacobs and J. a n.rm.nnt investment for a few ears, with Memphis. J. W. Adams, yard clerk at J OTTENHEIMFR, ingon the bridge, or tho occupant 86 " J- DARST, Ktiwtaiid. Inna'- - at this orlke mpU- - security. No. 30 State Street, New York. 71 Jin Tho whole of yesterday was occupied Kowland, is with friends here. fall. havo met Ida death in tho d A.-vice-presidto-da- The Bank of England has put itsrnte of discount up to the phenouilnal figure T. J. Padgett mid Miss .Sarah Perof 0 per cent. kins were married at It W. Cook's, at Creed Card well, of ilarrodsburg.will Groceries and Hardware, Glass-- , Tin- - and Queens-war- Commissioner's Sale 1I1 , ,T)-rn, A- - j -- - . Court-Hous- e, Monday, January , P MAEK HAHDXXT, . g 1 1 ' ATA. A.WARREN'S s m """'J i.""'i Sugars, 1 Molasses, Beans, Hominy, Bice, Soaps, Canned description, the of best Preserves, Jellies, Pickles, Sauces, Bailing Powders, Extracts, Cigars and Long-stree- t, I - iMJok-keeji- ! . -- IF'or Bsnt! t d Stati-(or- d. HIGGINS & M'KINNEY WANTED f.ur-scor- well-know- n Hardwaro, Orocories, Stoves, Salt, Lime, Ac well-spen- t ; c FOR H3SNT. i .'5 $10,-oI.'i.O- S, SI,-:50- 0, I tfrta SALE A9 Mo FIBNNT9 . I Rrick House and Lot, JEWELER, 11 ' v. car-loa- d j ForRont Hotel. 1 bt-s- d Kv-nn- I -- 1 FOR RKNT. - ; i '. t e. ti-i- ttx.?zrBEW ' FUMI.TURE STORE! MA(DM JBClCTFFlViAIM.lPBDPo j SALESMEN V , I . i- i .NOTICE. - beau-ifull- y ' - u A I ' ... )l-- tf tr -- d ... SALE A SACRIFICE .1.1 BRYAMT& STRATTON Business College IfY bWHIJ Qi l"l,1 ,' Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, WANTED, o ITotioo I K. t r- For Sale - VV Twenty Build Lots - o a ,, 'i --- ' V i i o . l 4Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal Published Every Tuesday and Friday 2 J? Wit "When not YK.AR.IK ADVANCH 50 paid S2.60 will be charged."1 K.C. Train leave 5 30 P " LOCAL TIME CARD. Row anil at .rllrhriTnJfc S2k;kksibi2 Pns11' 1 1 r. here der higher than tho other, from a habit that committee, that can see but little and returned home Monday. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. of btnnding on one foot. Many have so furas it concerns difference in tins bill, The holiday dining given by one side developed better than tho other, North 1131pm the tax payers of the county, and the Mill train going Mary Owens, John Ooode, Wil' South " 131pm law now in force, and which has been liam M. McKinney, K. M. Ware, Bow- and these will 1m crooked. Round Express train " South .uj7pm ' North i)nm obiected tobvso mnnv. But it would man Smith, J. V. Crow, .1. M. Brown shoulders, drooping head and tint chest 630 am Local Freight North ' booth.. be pimple in me to raise my objections and O. J. Crow were much enjoyed by are among the most common dufot initios. passengers. 5Pn The latter trmn ato It is not uncommon to Ibid the hips to the proposed law without ottering all present on those occasions. The above is calculated on standard time, Solar thrown too far forward, and the legs antl This I propose to do, recsome remedy. time is about 20 minutes faster Geo. lioode, a bachelor of Texa. ognizing at the tune my inability to who has been in the Lone Star State for arms shaped like spindles or pic stems; legs. frame or even propose a ro.ul bill which the past 21 years, returned to Ids native there are also many bow An occitxiouiil Iniy 5s found who is n would not meet with objections. land one night last week, put up at tl e specitnuu of perfect physical developIt was my intention to prepare a bill Coinmercial'llotelitnd did not make him-ment, but a girl almost never. The finfor publication in this issue of your pa- self known to his Brother John and est typos of children physically to be B per, but not having the general statutes, family until after breakfast the next found in the schools a to tluvse of foreign nor the act creating the old law, the most moining. birth. Tho 1hi formed antl healthiest of which act I proposed to use in the McKinney Lodge, No. (Wl, V. k A. are the lionnaus ami Boheiqiaus, the preparation of my bill, at my command, M., convened in annual nieetintrnt 7 i next Iwnt the liish. From thu wtwt and I shall merely iive a synopsis of what, m., Dec. 'J7th, elected, npoiuted and in-- 1 Mjtitli of Ireland, where tho oting one to my mind, would be a ood, if not the stalled tbi? following olllcers: J. 1'. run outdoors tho year around, barefoot ; !et.t law, for the people of this county. Crow, W. M ; W. K. Davidson, S. and hath, living on the conrct of What I propose is this: First repeal Dr. (i recti Moor, J. W ; IC. L. Tanner, fotnl, come, according to our authority, the law now in force, tho whole of it, and Treas.; Bowman Smith, Secy.; F. !. tlu most, exquisitely bountiful children. have the old law renacted, 1 mean the Ware, S. I).; Dr. Hd M. Kates,.!. D.; J. Tho puniest, scmuniet. worst si taped law which was in force before the adopD. Smith, S. & T. Aftor which tho young ones are our own American city tion of the present one, and have this Lodge went to tho Commercial Hotel children, wpeeinliy our little girls, who law amended, or that portion of it strick- and partook of an excellent oyster Mip-p- are sacrificed to that fatally iniMindur-btooen out which gives to the ownoit of prepared for the ocensiou. The word, "ladyliko." teams a remuneration for their work, IiOtigu extends Mr. and Mrs. lioode grate--1 Tho joint Dr. Anderson mulct ii that and insert in its stead that the owners of fill thanks for favois shown on that even- systematic physical tmining. stiult as p rit This powder never irif". niarvfl strength and h nipnc.. Mot eioninm a' teams working on tiie road in thedistriet ing. ought to lw iu every school, will correct thun the ordinarv kunl intl not be sold in competition With the multitude id Imv ten, short to which they belong, shall receive no Miss Lillian Tanner, of Hamilton! the defects named. It lins douutto w hero weight, alum r phosphate o ler Vild only in pay therefor, but the driver of said team College, Lexington, spent the holidays it iins been faithf ttllv tried. cans. UOAI. KklN; l'OWDKR C( , 1S1 Wall uTrc VfW York and all others whose duty it is to work at ho.ue. J. 11. Moniu and sister, Mis' Itlnho Wants In. said road and who does actu'al labor, Maddie, of Xolin, are visitim; relatives Idaho and Wyoming will be the next per and friends here. Dr. Mihkc is almost shall receive therefor the hum of R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. day to be paid out of the county levy. past getting around on acoouut of rheu- two stales admitted to tho Union, uitmt If f hoy do is the principal change matism. Mis. Lewis Moore is confined likely. They are knocking. The above DENTIST. which I desire to make in the old law to her room with the same ntllirtion. F. not get in this congresa, it will not Office on Main street, opposite Porltnan House, upstairs Nitrous Oxide Ktven for painless nnd the one which if adopted will, in my M. Waie is having his their fault. Already their delegate, extracting. ST AM OKI). KENTUCKY. opinion, give mote general satisfaction to ered. Harry Slade and sister. Mis. Ad have lxtguu the ear rbewing process the people of the county than would any ams, of Lexington, have been visiting ' with the prosldent nnd members of father, C. F. Slade, and friends at Kru-- road law now in force in the State. W. B. PENNY, 1 know there are those who will ob- this place. Tncle Toiniuv Uevnol.ls is1 The delegate are full of vim ami their repeolive oorlv from a complication of cli- ' fo"JHo ject to this change. The principal objecFro,n tho ll,,ll, Mr. leleRn Miss Kate Blain, of .Morelaml, tori,'sside Mam MretM, in olh:e recently tions will arise from a pecuniary standOtTie5ut'i D IWs. vacated by.Dr. L. F Muffin n. Stinlo-d- , Ky. e learn that this torritory point, for it is n well known fact that was the guest of Miss Florence Kstes' inhabitants. Of the many of the tax payers of the county, week. John Curd and sister, of UlilM ,,ow d ""'" crw of land in county roads for a reduc Burgin, have been the guests of W. 15. J" lesort to the 10.000.X0 aro good for agricul- M!ks,.s l.vdin .....I Ida,1lion of their taxes. They claim to have -D.ividsm. and fnmilv.- turo. There aio 10,000,000 acres of forest hole, or Bell Lewis tilled up some tin wo. one One per one P cu Criiher, all in to have done a dangerous mud work on tlio '0tli lilt.clo.-e-dMn.their .1school heren..nt and 20,000,000 acres of grazing antl mln- inc great amount of Plnv.l k. power Portable zinc, complete order. Will ell arc parts inav their road. The claim is properly made several days visiting at Ilarrodsbtirg ami end lands. P(T1S, want ll.C, This year the agricultural population Hut' ). kv out nnd certified to by the claimant ami Ihirgiu. Miss Jennie Johnston has rehas increased 13.000. Young as Idaho nt the proper time presented before the turned from her visit to relatives at " 1 is, tho journalist is there. He is as faith.! of the county aim allowed. This derar8 Mill. Virgil Coleman ami Tlieo. ful as tho circuit preacher in following is law and must be complied with right Wesley, of Middleburg, left here Mon-o- r Ann up pioneer imputations. Delegate wrong, when at thu time the county day morning to attend school at I.elm-an- d Dots JRdAALEgj informed President Harrison that the community in which the work uon, Ohio. J. W. I'ulliam, of Washing-i- s every county in Idaho uuptorted nt least Pb U done, have not, in most instances, ton City, was here during the holidays two uewsjiapers and niont of them three. been benefited one farthing. Thesame paying his respects to one of our When one recalls the amenities of pioneer of work is to be done next year iedS "I'eails." Mrs. Hattie Waiiiacott, vv a 55 ica - and the bame credits entered upon the of High Bridge, is here visiting her x journalism this is indeed heroic of Idaho. .w- j -This year over 17,000,000 of gold and list. And for whose benefit is this rents and otner lelatives. Wm. ilufi'a- - silver worn i out of tlu err.nnil In ana ShtaiVcssJ unnecessary ex)enditure of money? Is ker, of Louisville, wits here the first of'th0 territory, nnd since lb(52 the output Special A ttihvon Gmn to Trhninq of Tbuchirs. it not for the benefit of the man who the week. B. A. liunn, of Lexington, Jiaa ieen neaily $13,000,000. DIPL.07VT7SS. hauling now operating a lumber mill at Oneida, Hoard, washing and tuition (or each term of twenty owns tho team and who does his weeks about J7C. lirvt term opens last Tuesday very load in question? Should Tenn., paid us a call Monday. O. A.' An electrical exjwrt in Dusseldort baa over the Fnr particulars address in Aujii-- t he not be willing to furnish the team Hubble, a handsome young gentleman succeeded in transmitting pictured by Milton Elliott, Pimcil. Kiuksvillc, k gratuitously a few days out of each year, of Science Hill, is night operator here electricity. The sun's rays are allowed when it is for the purpose of working ovv, ,4 (;. Coffey, V. M. Tanner, J. H. to fall upon a sensitized plate, prepared Ids own road? And when, too, if he is- Monin and J. 1. Crow are bird hunting after the tmial manner of photograph B. so fortunate as to own land adjacent to in Casey and Htissell counties this week, plates, with ono uxcoptiou. Tho pinto m .tttttttti this road, lie has by lm own exertions Kd J. Tanner and wife iwho was Miss itself is composed of the ends of a bun had this road located exactly where he J,aura Owens,) who eloped and married die of finu wires, smoothly fitted towanted it, perhaps in the bed of some j Chattanooga several months ago ami gether and iiiMil.Ued. At the moment rocky creek or over the roughest and went on to Dallas, Texas, have returned tho sunlight falU on this plate of wiit-- s must worthless laud he has. And should l0in to the gratification of their jmreiits an electrical current is Kised through thorn. Tho wires conduct the image not the man who owns no team with and mauv friends. that is formed to a similar plntu at their hich to travel the road, and who is other end. There seems to lnt in this Bucklen's Arnica Salve compelled to work this load be paid for fllll Ids labor-- ' He certainly should. 'ihe buit salve in the world for .ut, bruises, discovery niHgnificetit ponliililies for ll the illtistrHted daily newbmers. aware, too, that tllt'ie JUL' tllO-s- Who Will Srs, ukers, tilt rhe in, fnver sores, tetter, chilblains, corn, and all ski., erup Class legislation, bllt I contend this .. tions and positively cure piles, or bo The uxperimuuters at the KaitMut that a law of this Kind would in .ii, ro- - e(J lu.Hlli;edttl rUet ;u,,w,,0. station say that crojn erni be pect, equalize the property holder anil or mon4. riua.U 1'nce a; cts per box niised on arid lauds without irrigntion. the poorer class of people who have no KorwiebyA R l'enuv.iStHHtotd, Ky Tho plan is first to plow deeply, pulverteams with which to travel the road. omarkabToRosouo. izing thu soil to a considerable depth. Ot teams tor IU not paying the OWIieiS , makes the Mrf- - Michael Curtain, l'laiafi.l, king, ii3 I think for themselves, it statement that she caught coU, which settled on This loose earth is supposed to holt! the vvoi was treated lor a month by rainfall. , After tho seed is planted tho will save thecountv a sufiiciont amount hiT lungs; . taint!) phvsKiau but jf'w won. He told her wholo top of the ground above is covoi money to work every load in the ,he WMa hopo,. vlctimoftw,.unpUOH.md th., county, thereby reducing your taxes no H asedicin. could cure her. Her druggist uk- - ered with matted straw. This lots small amount, which should be the Ob- - getd the use of Dr. King's New Discovery lor through such rain as does fall, and proioU, d. vonts evaporation of moisture, u.x "mp",0": county, piop- -' ject of everv citizen in the benefited from first dose She ' litlu L. erty holder or not. Bespt. COWII)Ud ,u K aBd af,er ukin tea bottle. h. Plans have been published for no less found herself soun J and well, now dee. her own in- - houseworl and is as wellas.be ever v. as. .Free n work than a bridge across tho Kngliih The animal review of the Soiltll's dustrial progress, bv the Manufacturers'! trial bottles of this t;r.at Diaeoserj at A it Pen- - channel from Calais to Dover. Ifevor , , - ...- .. t , Bi'sdruu store. Urge bo tiles sot and i. completed, it will be thirty miles Ion,;. , t Kut'OlU, SllOWS i,.. .1,1. el new miuiumi;-lliai A tunnel under tho channel was pro- Happy Hooslers. W O Q turing nnd mining enterprises wete or da vdle, Indiana, losed long ago, and would biivo been WmIimmoos, po.tma.teroi ganized in ISSli, against ;5,01S in 1SSS, ' hlectric llittc-n-. ha. done mote fur me write eople of 1Ss7 and l.."7.' inlSMl. The amount tbau all oilier invdlunc combined, fur tl.it lad built, only that the common irotn kiuney ana nver irouoic. of the com- - icenns arising rnter and stOLkman.ut same place, England object to it, on thu ground that of en pittal and capital stock "Fimt h lot trie to ue tnu nest kin- - France could easily invade the inland in iu lSSOandSlOS,-- 1 panics was ny and lier aiwlicinu. tatters me ftul like anew caso of war. made tan-MB ,0110 in ISSS merchant, same Gardner, 1 Mef-datnes jooa m , returning 91. McKINNEY. Against the Road Law. "Well Developed Children. 1 (To tha Editor of the Interior Journal Dr. W. Q. Anderson, of tho Brooklyn All our merchnnts enjoyed a good LiVm, SALE AND IESD Normal Collcgo for Physical Training, In the last issue of your paper Mr. K. holiday trade. STANFOUIl, KY. C. Wurren requests thoso having objecSeveral of our neighbors have lost hiw published a book called n "Guide to proposed road lftw to make their meat on account of the warm Systematic Instruction in I'livtsicnriniiti tions to tlie SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMKHC1A1 them known to liini nt once. It is not weather. !" the reports niado by some tench- - travelers Horse and mules bought and sld hornet and sehliles used tn M"7 my intention in this article to attempt a on tho physical ilawlopmcnt of their Only Hrl-cla- s The Christinas tree at the school discussion of the many objectionable building for the Sunday school and all pupils recently can bo judged f mm, there JT. is need of such a book. features of this bill. Were I to do this others, was well attended. In a room of fifty pupils, not more it would consume too much of your Shelton Smith nnd Miss Dora Yin-cespace. 1 will state, however, in all kind of the South Fork vicinity, eloped than five are free from physical defects, Arc still CKA11 OKCIIAKI), KY. Many have one shoul iiess to the gentlemen who composed from to Tennessee Sunday, married on tho average. I. BRUCE, SW I ' "" J". HI. HIXiTOlsr Dralvr In Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware Queens-uitr1'inv.are, Furniture and a T. STTTTOIT A CO., HUSTONVILLE, KY. In the lunlnevs and 11 a r Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps . Conornl Lino of Crocorlos, lm Candies, Cro lie. ii All kind of l'roduiv taken in exchange Tor (o'ds ivery, tcd dnd Sale ready to dr a- thins; In the Undertaking lmi. We have a f j ' of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and fcK, stock of every denripnoi Our hearse, whuh is ar y new can be nbmiue I n short notice Mr J I Green ha hargr nlrtir Imsmes ami will ah v our goods t" inv one nefilunr an,tlurg tr . r line ft, tf 01: Ey. Route S ! gtatle V A M V ROW mfeM ('" 1 h C.i I Ii N Only one Night out to New York. lnl YratiSi UmI Trains to -- Washington, Philndoiphin, Baltimore, Now York, W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. lor hire Geo.' turn nts an sil tV I n . ihe in. l eonven n on teasimable terms lent point on the r .ilr al t r- - h places m thr 11 lulltif in the mi'tintjtn i.tl 1 l i lOMiOS, K . I'i.- - cotiw. lexis (nr Iloston and ami toiitlit ssl kFFECTIVE OCT 1. ., Js ll p 1111 I j j ...iZrS. KASTWAKIl " Mt Surhag. " Prestoei " Mnrehesd Olive Hill " A.m.ad. " Cation sbars;. " H uotlsiftesi ' M..i Tist5tailI.RsTVr 8akTh6 Absolutely Pure v .111 j THIS P. H RILKV II0USB, I.ve Stanford n " l.exingtoo- Mil 4 asa, 6 ic pm Winchester is pmi t M (III " K. V. IsssseiN., .jit . D(ly rpf Ks sm' tHIly , 1 am is ji a V, D- l - POWDER er d London, I ltlLlY, Proprietor. - - - Kentucky. )(otel)ad am better pm .1 J 4 5 ' . . than eer to accoamodato the public ood I. ivory attached and every cnoveatvaco desired, ttiso me a call. . rHAXK RII.KY. 77 have moved to my new Are While AnlsiksH s sirHisvsiio, . " WasMagisM " lUltinsore . . .... 10 J im so om so fS) am I jo sm so 9m JI l" jo aoi P- " M NEWCOMB -a HOTEL. " ttiU4lhU, .Ve Yoit. ItlchJwOSMl, Ya. . OMlVtMCosafan f 4 is 1 M .. o 40 pm prr .VotfWIi . . i MT. VEHNON, KY. Tlsssold and llotots still ssatataln C it Rue refwHathM. Charse roasoswMo. Spe esal allootiosi tit the travetisut public M. I' NKWCUMII. 1'iop., l Ml Veroosi, Ky, Sj-t- 1 raUs loaeiag tm. f."', SBBdoy ot BSHWi. at VV,, , RHkntCMsd. Ky sod msisMs oss the K l r- Utiagtoo at tr a sn an 1 store-hous- e con-the- ir DR. CA11RIER Keep tonstantlv mi vV WA'ITS, . Limited V.stibtd. fmsn N pais.. W amCian and all p4at Hast, mmi. Le.iagtoa at 47 p as d.il Foal asail from lluntiogii n VV Vn., and all col stattrms strives I eslngt .11 nt 1, ... m ly y,,, ,.,,, - ,r esccatKuada, I Dentist. ItttWI.ANH. KY -' I"t terri-ease- hand a splendid lla of rOfH Sunday reservattofi., ny smvn si otatss RKhasond, fr.nn tti For lit lets, rslrs aad slfplug . uli.e 11,11 aad all I. iiiHsaa tin- K lna.n in, am tl.ilv Kv . sn.l , 1 - con-la- st Family Crocorlos, And rll thtm at the lowest prurs IVimIik' of all kind taken in tu hsnge at market ihhUImmis Fresh Kod evrrv day Live us a tall CAKKII.K A W ITs ,S I HVUNKV. Iickrt Vgr, IIRl'VII'HK, liat I'... Ast I I MLKrilV Gen I . Ait' VICKI-V- . W I2r'-00- For Salo. I - IIIN J.l V I etinri Kv - KentuckvGentraiR.fi. "HIllO CiWaVHri e STANFORD ROLLER All persons wiakiac a MILLS. per-o- n I j 84-3- j Dud-jiiHtic- es ltllMRfSfil I ' j L-- life and well pteatrdwlfe let them ase I'ileot Flour Manfurd KtH er Mills. Call for it at your Jr eery, and if they have out got it ott htoJ. urge them to keep It. or set ao order from them and get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasaai and interesting lamilv VV V I'tllTS. Sutwrinleadent a pleasant ItOl'TK. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST RCUTE CENTRAL, KENTUCKY i price-amou- nt THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, PAST LINE HETWEEN v j o" pa-ta- Proprietor LEXINGTON & SrllKDt'I.K South Hound I.ve I.ve I.ve Art Arr I.ve Atr Cincinnati Cevingioa Falasoalh CINCINNATI ; So U tik-xt- IN F.FrKCI NOV No :. No 4 F.s No lloirl in Krntu'ky has a rtier rtpui.lion, and il proprietor is detrrinins i th t shall be maintained He has recently at'ded tn ll appointments Sua Daily s pir. P p '. ! ! I to am Ira I il am I II 11 44 I IO Ou . j Pool and Billiard Parlors A First-Clas- - s Livory Stablo Air Itkhmond Arr Winchester.. I Lancaster-A- rr I'sris. .. I.lviastoa. Fans 45 p m a m 9 i; p m 4 o m to p tn 5 40 i III vj p m t u 4v pm p m p rr r t--3 the demand of his increased llrst turnouts furnished transient palrorajr Commercial I ravtlers and other To accommidaie Stanford. Lee Kschassasj Arr llorea .... Arr l.lvinstoa.. North-ttoo so a m p it t p m .. . in ... i, t ... Ml... '.'. tf' ! o ii '.. Ceo p ra 6 m p li 7 J p tr P rr step iM No. 5. ad. TIIE GALT ITOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Xa. 1. vv j 1 chapj-C.l- THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES hl.. agri-cultun- d $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- I.ve I.ivinfrstoa. I.ve Bores- Arr Ricbmaad. I.ve Sua lord .. I.ve I.aacsster .. Arr Richasoad.. I.ve rtichmemd. Arr Winchester Arr I'sris I.ve I.exlaftoa . I.ve I'ans . .,. I.ve Falmouth Arr Covia(ton . Arr Cincinnati Oa theMaysvdle 00, a sn and No. a sa so I a tJ ; 7 sai m osa us to i , 111 Ist-- r ' ; ' m. I j j j i. 1. r it V'SIp'S "J 4 ?' re " e It is A Duty to Yourself. surprising that people will use a common, li WM. ADAMS & SON 4 r. lrtlDYAV, LEXINGTON, - ordtnars aill when the) can secure a aluabla Kng-hsone for the same o.oney. Dr. Acker's Hngllsh pill-- , are 1 posilhe cure for Mck headache aod ail DRUNKENNESS-TH- E LIQUOR HAB l:ei trciitt.e.. The) are sma1:, sweet, easily taken IT-- In all the World thoro Is but one .mil do not tripe. For talc by A H Penny. cure, Dr. Haines' Ooldon Spocitlc. town, says "Klectric Hitters is juit the thin for a man who is all run down and ion t care whether he lives nr dies; he found new strength, good appetite and felt just like he had a new leuse on Penny s druj; Iilo Only 501 a bottle nt A. ' store " J. VV hardware A French chemist, Professor De Mille-fleur- a, Hranch, No 9. loaves 1'arii a n. si 143. p an, ir,in. . Mayirille al 10 a m, and N 10, p m TUKKISII.V RUSSIAN llVfllS IN IMUK1. leaves Maysvillot at j.i$ a as, Iarnviiss; at 'an a' No 1) leaves .Maysvtllc st 7 40. am a arrives al Paris al 4 ij, p ra Those tram, arc daily sveept uadai No j leaves Lesinetoa 1005 am; arrive I'ans 10 $ am. escept Sund.v Na loaves CiBKianati 5 10 pes; arrives Paln.omh m pm : except Suadav Tha notice forewarn, hunters, hshermea ami 7 No. rUaves Halmnutfi f 00 an; arrivu. tincm others not to ttepas on our land without Bali 7 (( at), except Suudav mission, as all such wiIim prose uurd to the full'.' I rain Noloa No 1 ruiii dail hotwoen I.extn; est extent ot the law Signed ton and Cutcianatl. No r .us daily between UKo'l) HDI'PRK, Cincinnati and I.eatacton 1IILX, T.J I M. McKOIII'.KIS.IK. M. S. No. 1 anil 6 make connections at VViiKh.ster liAUGIIMAN, InriHsintsnnthe N N ,k M V Ity KOIII' McAMSl'KK, J.R IIRUCK S II SHANKS, S H. 1IAUOIIMA.V. IMI'tlRTANT Trains of thisliae tin arrive MRS IIKNKY liAUGIIMAN. A JI FF.UAND at and depart fnun the Central Ususm larnKer VV K.'I l'KNCK. HOLMES. Stntion Ciacinnati, making connections f r a!l JtHIN points North, Kast aad West P C. I'ARItlSll. A I IIAYDKN', I) V. IIOI.MKS Dr 1 VV. I.OOAN. nroufn tickets and rsscsace checked to any P1III.IIKKT RICHARDS racnel address any JtlSH ADAMS aestiaanoaparticulars hy a railroad. a ft. McKINXKV. VV GAINKS. For full II cent ot the Co. J. S. P. n. .MOKNK, G. LYNN, II. II. BACON. Mrs. SA.MFOIID IRWIN, JOH.V Trav.lior Pass'j'r At , Geo'l Pass'c rAjtt , Mrs AI.IC1. 'IL'CKKR JOS. IIAI.I.tlU. Cincinnati, O. Kj. VV. I. Ml'NSON.'Irav Pass. A st , Cincinnati II. K HU.VriNG I'UN, Gefleral Manager GKNKRAL (1FFICKS Chamliri ofCnnuileri e lluildilij, C'liK itmati tl SUCCF.SSOR T tl 1 ING TO ROOMS. 40 P IB t si oj p ra t p o p OS JI 4 is p ra 9 IJ 4 P " IO js I J so a sa 10 45 to p as i on p ra (Win tt a ia 1 am a m I 4? ,' a m a m a as, 4 5 ' " I p tr p TO I P 1 POSTED. 1 I.iatoa, R. B. GEOGEGHAN. THE has discovered a process for tolid-ifyiu- g keroneiie. Ilonmiiee it into bricks be cut with a knife, and vot which can be handled easily. Tlioy bum slowly, yet perfectly. A fuol of the IM'MIOHAEL, HATTER, 1SK cn Gil 4TH AVENUE, tin ir ia B. '.iips'iuiinagnA.':DLJ-aiak.1B4ana.CBnimBi T tf-- X ml vmgiimmsfmSsQKmsarikjA "CiiOUISVIllt HtWAllHKY LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. & CHICAGO RTJ- - KY. A.m r I'MOTHERS liiBVB VBV&lmejft prvvV CflllDnsHBSa, LLbbtNb DIMINISHES WKES.,oTH.Jiftbr rK"U J rmpfo TO LIFE fib BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLhMKnk taut or ALL DRUGGISTS. on It can be given in a cup often or cotTcc without the knowledge of the person taking it, efTectlni; a Packets of porcelain and other fragile speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient freight in Kuropo have found that the is n moderate dnnker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of dtunkurds have been cured who best material to prevent breakago in have taken the Golden bpuctfic in tneir coffee such casus is wood wool, to called believe they wood split into finu, hairlike shavings. without their knowledge, nnd quit drinking of their own .freo will. No harmfu-ulleSoft woods aro used for tho purposo. results from its adwtinwtrutien. Cure, guarIs Llfo Worth Living? anteed. Semi for circular and full patticaUrs. Ad. j N tjf ost w throojh the world a dyspeptic, The next great African enterprise will sitses In con Ii door e Goldkn SrsilKlc Oi., il.c ALker s Dysapia TaWeU aro a positive en if ItaceStrest, Cincinnati, O j bo the building of a railroad from Zanzif r the wont forms ot dyspepau, indisesthw, tbt- bar far interior to tho Victoria Nyanza. Wo Can and Do .icikt and constipation, tiiuranteed and sold bj A K !' (uaraatce Dr. Acker's hlood Rluir, for it hat It will open au imuionse trade to tho Can t Sleep NMghts been fully demonstrated to the people of this coun- merchants of Europe. i s try that it Is superior to all other preparations for r cxpf nt f titoiisind su"ulii from m i,co.iani t n, ' ir'"'', etc Dj.l j n irtry blood dlseaio. It is positive cure f n 'ihllltic You can now travel from Now York prep pononlnK, ulcers, eruptions and puni as It puri Dr Acker - l th Kem. i Itisil.c ' .ills up the to Yokohama, by way of San Francisco, r a . tiOuu.es. Sold on n fies thewaole sstem and thor "'lily Ian tiou knv in two weeks and a half. t guarautie at 151. and 50. by A K 1'ennj constitution A. It. l'cnnj iiother child killed by the usc'of opiates siren the form of soothing syrup. Why mothers gnu ti tlveir children such dead I) poison is surprising when they can relieve the child of its tweuiiar troubles I') using Dr. Acker's llaby Soother. It 'coin una no opium or morphia. Sold by A. K. Per.ii) . y ct A Child Killod. future. The Nobbiest Most Stylish (CM A NEW FAST MAIL Leavi i Slock of .tti H A 'T LOUISVILLE j & CINCINNATI io9 Daily, Secures to Travelers, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE !r l Ever brought tc tho city ol Louisville, now open Ever attempted between the great commercial including the world renowned cities on the Ohio Kivcrasd Chicago, and, hence the fastest lime and most ccmfortable trains be. KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS twesn all points in the South, or to the West and .Northwest. The counterpart of this tram on all And also my own importation of English Hati trunk lines is denominated 1 he Limited Express The superb rollm; stock we employ give, patrons and Caps. An elegant line ol Canes and Ljon't Unlimited Ciliilort Celebrated Umbrellas alwajs ou hand, fine SfSay JUnon, get Monon and stick to Monon.il you want to money iud have a pleasant lour, SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, J ' .it et ( Gloves and other Fun, a specialty. Orders outside of city solicited, perfect satlsfactior guaran yi teed. Dou't tail to order i NOUliY JIAT. For lull information, time cards, wan., folJers. etc, cnll en or address V. O, CRUSH, T. P. A Ky. IAS lUKKKrl.G P A', Ch.cigo.'lll Dr VV l Mi ROBKRTs. Xgt , Sstanfor I 1 rwy n9 Jjf asV" '' p V) Afr Jj3!.JwIi.'' "lWl