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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890010701 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. 1 Semi-Weekl- y ' Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1890. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. J VOL. XVII. Letter o 1 1 NO. 94. Two Italians have rented the rooms .Miss Jennie McKinney jrnve one of Tlio mils in t lit legislature will vole Paws Tktas, Dec. :W, 1SS. To say vacated by A. Schilling nml will open n the most elegant parties that has occurthattliu weather is pleasant iB puttint; it for A. II. Steward, of Floyd, for U. red hero lately. Thuru were n number bakery, fruit store, :c. ,ir HK" rivals Senator. mllilly It is glorious. Cronley Heady, an escaped patient A bill tino been presented to require of strangers present and n supper of the in Unit of Italv. Wo hint some fro-it- s from the Lexington Lunatic Asylum, .. ..ii ,........:...., i ).... :.. .1... .,....:. most appetizing sort was enjoyed l "u " l" i'""' November, but they were ho lijtht that " -- Miss Kirk, daughter of the Baptist , W,,H nrrrHtwl here last week and taken tentiary. thuy were searcolv sullicient to defoliate WK l0 ' asylum ny .inner Kotnwoii. -- Tl"' Ih ImwhoiI Mr. Wiinen'a minister, was buried hero Friday. She the deciduous trees. Vegetation of nil' Win. Marksbury, who sold his stock was said to have been one of the purest, kinds is springe, furLli. Turnips havu M" t resubmit the prohibits question best christian voung ladies that nny one ol goods to Ilobeit Hrown, has bought run tn H..i..l mid are iii bloom. The Chirk-- ! J" l,,irt ounty. 11! the stock of Fred Kemper at Pleasant imtor It. J. Hrerkinridiw is on tbo ever met. She was baptized when immw iilum and the pmrli aie blossomyears of age and had lived a consistent Grove, uheie lie will continue in goner of charitable institutions, im: and wo fear the consequences upon commUtues member of tho church ever since. Slie al merchandising in the store room of Wt,r rotation-- , railroads and rules, ir-- ' our ft Mil crop next Hprlntr. Market Samuel Johnson. -- The legislature adjourned Saturday died of consumption, aired 111 jeurs. doners are ollerine. lettuce, onions and 1SU0 has brought 'Tilde Whitt" (V. II) Campbell, The New Year of other vegetables for sale. Tho muse of fu'r HIoitln n.omorinl .esolutioni overo about its new plans and changes. Our father of our democratic candidate for of llarri-tthis mild wcuthei, from the Oront Ufces tlw dnith of .Senator Mnrtlii. town now claims Mr. K. P. Owsley, a school superintendent, died at his home 80U- tht Ciiilf of Mexieo, is snhl by meteor-- ' prominent business man of your city. in lower Ciarranl last week. His remains W A to mnk th "Uin ol oloalsts to be owim; to a demotion of the1 lfl, punlslmble by The family of Mr. Owsley occupy rooms were buried at Mt. Olivet, after funeral under (Sulf Stream. The thermometer reaches I'Uto They will take their services by Kev. Mr. Cook. ,W8 bot"1 Itroluc- - at Mrs. Hogle's. fln of imm & to 70 U. SO in the shade. Mr. T. Currey 1ms contracted with iiiuuIh with Mrs. Spillmau Carpenter,! ""m lo I I ....tl.. that so... of vniir enmwt.mid-- ' wl """ who is now piepaied to furnish meals to the Lancaster .M ill it hlovator Co. to A fling upon the suggestion of the cuts are kicking a little ItecatirHJ vou hint governor that Judge Jackson's court those desiring Iwanl, mid everybody manage its aflairs. Mr. Ilrown, who is ed to them, very gently, tliHt tliy were needs liivonigtition, Senator (Jlonn ask-- , knows what good things can be had to one of the largest stockholders, will go tai'ly in sending in their article. Wouhl to Corbiu and open a piovision fctoie, oat with this lady. ed for h committee of Ave to make it. it not be well to remind thorn thm pur I HtipK)se most every one kuowsJno where will dispose of largo quantities of After h viituoiiH spamn by sevend haps there was mero truth than jKXJiry ! "reeronl niukors" the members voted Itiilo. Yl ell, he went to Lebanon n few the mill's products. in what mic of their own puetg. Dr. U. II. Kditor Hughes is very profuse in his themselves two dully jwpers each (luring days ago and John didn't knowthnt Leb-- 1 P. doole, of the (tolling Fork, aid. tunnnon owned anything as large as water- - thanks through thu columns of his last th session to be paid for by tho Stato. ny years ago, worki. The workmen had been retmir- - jhhia. to v. o. Sweeney for a No. 7J covA joint resolution has been introduc"'I hr htiy, ib horse, tht , ing some of the pipes and thro wuh orijj for i,i8 hcnul, but he fails to glv 1 rw 'fMBKun. ooon and ed in the Senate providing for the up-- , I ho aiule both tall and tsout, polntmunl of a committee of fivo to in-- j about 3 feet of the pipe exposed. When anv t.vi,i0iu-.- ' of nppieciution of the No. Ij.t.n ,,..,. .....1.1 ttu u.k.l .l.lu .. ... !.... ,.v... 1. all they cam about ' ...'o, ll.l til.! voetlgate tho condition of local ali'airs in hoots uonnteii to in tit on tlie sum I (idled tiM3ii the uiMiiager of the Com stantly setnd his friend. Will Weather-ford- , day by John Hrewer, an equal friend. nml ilitrliin iy in nlii4. lWrv From Col. D. M. Hocker. the lalilor of the Interior Journal HUSTONVILLE. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. .. MOT ICE Having sold my stock of groccrius, to be invoiced Dec. 2(5th, for sale privately my I offer ... ""1 " l" ( j Lot Containing 1o Acres On Main street. On it are a splendid stable and corn crib, which are nearly new, as i also the fencing. The cicek runs through the lot. I los vW ; 51 Acres of Land, About lYi miles from Stanford, on the Crab Orchard pike. house and good water on it. Nearly all in grass. Small : j to-wi- t. f, ,... " ..... ..... 1 1 and exclaimed with an oath: "Will John says he ought to bo just as gratoful press this morning and lenriiwl fioui spWkerMvers di.I handsomely by ' Will said he for the covering of the lower extremity him that 4!W0l bales of cotton ho. lieen )ls ,HU, mtont;ntHi eMaK c.x UH look at that blacksnake." ( ' to date, ihe ..limber explained to the best of his ability. John as the tipper, and mote so, considering , t.iMtisbip of the Settle of land b.les from wagons sold tieio to .late w ul ,, ,Hphimso1 uf ,jl(lk quantity. 0 wants another certificate. Mrs. J. 1). Carpenter is entertaining about MH, which at S80 per Ule-- l.w().h o ,n(u on n, Hub Farris has accepted a position l'i.i,, -- u miiik Il.tl.. ..... tl... a..,!...1.10,01. i..u ,...,...Mr. Stephenson, of Mercer, has pre- - thu Misses Malum, of Danville, also Miss with an engineering corps under L. D. era lierealiouis. of Dr. Ilutr-ntasented a bill to repeal that portion of the ltutterton awl Miss Dessie Moore, of tho Hollingsworth, Those needing' such things would do well to call on As a faithful journalist, you are ohlig Hewitt revenue law which makes a man suite place. Mrs. J. W. Weatherford and Mr. Farris started for Clarksdale, od to say many tilings that are doubtless jhiv taxes on his debts, the principal ob- 8ou,acco...pa.Heuoy..r..Mnienem, M,.f Friday morning on n telegram unpleasant to you. For instance, you jection that has lieen ruined against the tor Aiitimiim ihuwih, iu uui ner i r, fr()m Mf H W(, t wrv nnch tQ ,. . .. . . 1l f Stanford, Ky. hH)ke of the stieets of Manfonl being bill. .ir. needier .iiiaius. .utiles uoiue part with Hub, but wish him abundant "muddy, dirty and daik." Now I was Cabell and Julia Stagg havo ictiirned success in his new undertaking. 11. It. Walker, of lllickmaii, is the Wil sorry to hear that. notice that the city only legislator who has returned the from a protmcted trip to Lebanon. Miss liam, son of Superintendent Ileitis occu- My customers will please make arrangements to settle up promptcouncil at Danville had ordered It) addiLulu tioode, niece of Mr. John tioode, pies the stool behind the counter in Mil- ly, as I will leave Stanford within about 10 days. jesses the railroads sent him, as far us tional gas lamps to be erected on some heard from. He says the Sute pays him who has been with us for the past six ler's Hotel. streets. That is well, but our city coun- lo cents a mile to travel on and that is months, left for her future home in Tits-co- , Dr. T. J. Hood has moved his dental 111. Miss Lulu endeared herself to otllce into the rooms over It. II. cil ordered KW additional gas lamps to eiiotign lor Unison's mil'. ! cttM ted in the more remote stieets from t J. W. (.augloy, of Floyd, the man many people hero and her nbscenco is store. Dr. Walter has changed his office the business centre tho latter being al who wussuud in tho U. S. court for de- - one of regret. Is this right, Heechur? to rooms over store room of J. G. Swee-- I rcn-iwen ugnieo wun g.w ami oiecinci-- 1 (nlll. thu cmrat.ter 0f ft folnil0 HCil0o Mr. Will Weatherford, of Texas, has en- ney. T. W. Olds has moved his undeu dneases, such KEET SPECIFIC cures alt blood all its stage, at Scroluln, Ulcers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat ty. t ins is noi 8.U.I ooasin.giy. uut oniy ... .,.,,. (ro... Toiiisimi. was nominate.1 tered school in Lexington. Price Si per bottle. in taking establishment over the grocery of White Swelling, Syphilitic dieaes most pleasant to Necrosi, Arc Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia take of ail the IHON HITTERS i to show what may be done where there w,,ero ,,B w,n kee'' " it MAVIS' Veen appetite, enrichesthe blood, regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the mussls 7 over Col. Silas Adams for the gau to the Rives a going on. onlv Itaou Gnme,8' is a will. The paving of S. Main street i honor of being voted for by tho hand of and nernus system. Price $i per bottle. of the best worm killers and expcllers known to the medWORM SYRUP is made GATLIJ-'K'is perfumed with the odor o"f connection with same a large stock the air to the T. P. depot has boon completed fill of republicans for Speaker. . O. Hignev has moved his ical profesnon and therefore recommends itself It is pleaant to take, lafe and reliable. Price 15 spoilt meat. Our settlement is having' f'lr.uture. sometime and that on Houhnui street to The pay of the members nnd em- the mud fever worse than ever now and undertaking sample ami trimming rooms PCGATUFF'S MAGNETIC PILLS tor all Liver Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, Price 5 cents per bo. .. Acts as cathartic it. rogn,s the I'liion Doot nearly completed, giv- ployes in the legislature is about il'00 a uutur .1. "Tciiear a. All s..oP Manufactured and tor sale to tlie trade by the of colored boys leave for l0 a . l ing us something over two tfciles of pav- liny, rp... .......: 1... i tie iegiBinuu u.iv muniges uuuubi fitiitu number -- WMiniy Attorney i.rown nas gone to James It. and Jacob Rob They furnish delightful tour hours, l lie session therulore costs tu,ru ed streets. WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Meno.Hsviue to engage in a criminal tu... inson, II. J. Luce and others started drixes. W'"- - Hughes has moved into f'i'io an hour, or nearly SI a minute. It Monday for Middlesboro. S. Hubble, J. Oui Federal Court adjourned, after if costs something to wrangle for even lo h BOGLE MISS L. Hutchings startetl the property of Hobert Hamilton on term of six weeks. Tho grand jury was minutes, over some trilling point. Lou. C. Ktibanks and vKIo street, nnd Mr. Hamilton will take with mules Thursday ,uorjnB.j Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public in session ttfi days and brought in !!7! Times. t,lmr of tl,e lo11 llte " m rmul" Schools of Lituoln county Election August, 1890. A couple of elegant rooms on Lancaster Street, C. C. Sinks has rented Miss Fannie Gil- bills of indictment. Of the '' t jury cassuitable tor offices, millinery or John H. Welch, of Jessamine, is P. Hracket has moved " rarns ,,lls "0VBU intoiueirvinepro es there were -- II convictions, besides a chairman of the railroad committee,' J. VI II S farm. A. W.G WELCH. 2I. gate on tlieiauviuu erty iieyonu tlie toll large number that pleaded guilty. Din- 11. ltudy, of revenue and taxation, S. II. from this settlement toSam Haugliman's. pike. Mrs. Mary Woodcock and son, Is Candidate or Clerk or the Court of Appeals, Mad dogs are common in this vicinity. the action of the Democratic party. ing the court there were over l,:MX house of agricultures and manufactures. Miss Lou Bright is on the invalid list. William, returneil home Monday even- subject toAugust, Elcc.ion iSi for the government registered in W. H. Smith, constitutional convention, ing. Tiiey will find many sorrowing Miss Lisa Smith, of Lancaster, gave us a Those and defend- J.M. Frtuec, ways and means, Ii D. the marshal's otlh-ewhose grief for it lost friend My New House on Main St., pleasant call last week. Miss Mary Ad- hearts here, ants and witnesses for defendants, attorfellow citizen can only be 'allayed by internal iinpioveinents, (.!. H. Stanford, Ky For terms apply to Mr. W. H. is visiting relatives and ams, of Hustonville, neys, o beers of the court, etc., formed an Higgins, Stanford, or to me at Danville, Ky. circuit courts and W. W. Stephen hero. Party at Mr. K. A. White's Satur- tlie hand of time. of the stockholders of the National A 31 LTTIE N. HOLMES. immense crowd during the entire term son, codes of practice. Hon. It. II. Tonilin&on's residence Hunkmeeting of Hustonville will be held at their banking day night was well attended and enjoyed in house in Hustonville on the cecond Tuesday diof the court. This article is a medley, Hon. It. C. Warren was givyn the by all. Cicero F.ubanks left Monday for was destroyed by tire Friday evening. January, 1S90, for the purpose ot electing nine WALLACE E. VARNON, but some HMiplc like medleys. chairmanship of the committee on crimi- Cincinnati to attend the medical school. The family were just preparing for sup- rectors to erve the ensuing year gj J. W. ilOCKKK, Cashier D. M. Mo. Kitn. o o'clock, whoir a neighbor laws, a ino.xt important one, and a per about Attorney at Law, nal C. It. Harris sold John Woods some fat gave the alarm, at which time the whole place on Agricultural and Mechanical hogs for Kentucky. Will Stone got his rHeetiiiK- - Stanford, cents. .In. in. M). Stater Ijiiio, Ihe Metho- College and general statutes. Hon. J. of the building was wrapped in hand tout by his saw in attempting to top dist cMtngclist, is conducting a revival at Will practice in all the ourts of this and adjoin-niachairiuan of the printing com- remove the dust from tiie pet. Joel flames. Air. Toniliu&on was in Frauk counties and in the i ourts of appeal this place. She proachoa with spirit and mittee and on coi A meeting of the .tockholders of the First NalOffkeover McKoberts & Stagg's drug store. innate institutions and Walker is attending the court on a sum- fort at the time, but came home upon a tional Hank will be held at their banking house in luiiil, giKxl is baiug accomplished, pmbe i8yo. by wire early Satuiday morn- Stanford on the second Tuesday in January, serve charitable iiintitulious. Hon. It. 11. of electing eleven directors to mons at Fraukfoit this week. William summons (md. Miss Lena Young, a beautiful of claims and on railing. The loss sustained will reach about forthe purple chairman Swupe and wife are at ho.ne from their ,heu,..yj.r.jN ,URoBKRTS Cathler or tig lady of 17, gave the old folks a roads and general statutes. Sl.olH) insurance in tlie ltoy-abridal trip looking but little worsted. $2,500, with I a. m surprise by boarding the train at Mo-s- t of the lnrnituru was lost and Following are a few of the many The people unanimously join in wishing Monday morning, with Tom Hutt, for I candidates for libmrian: Miss Carrico, them a happy life. Mr. Moore has mov- all tho wearing apparel, except what was Jttbrsoiiville, where they weiu mad? of Oweusboro; Fourth Avenue, much 513 in immediate use. The piano, Mis Fmley and Mrs. one. They have the best wished of the ThomMou, Padiicah; Miss Hartell, Trim- ed to the Owsley farm and all appreciate damaged, was tumbled out. The fue - More houses are the Lincoln A meeting of the stockholders of entire community. Mr. P. .1. Padgett ble couny; Mrs. Fish, Nicholasville; Miss him as a neighbor. by hard work saved all out- National Hank will e held at their banking house . for rent this season here than company January. and Miss Sarah C. 'Perkins, of Waynes-lurg- Taylor, I.ouisvillc; and Mrs. Day, Frank empty buildings and othe residences, homo be- in Stanford on the secund Tuesdax in to elevendirect G. A. BENEDICT & CO., made a gentle nip tit Kev. J. M. fprt; besides two ungallant men, 15. Por- have been for years. The turkey shoot- ing so near as to cause considerable Boo tor theputpo-- e ofelectintr ensuing Mjrve the ing here some days ago was not a success r morning, askI ook's door New Year's Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, alarm for their safety. ter Thompson and Walter Peters. All ing him to unite them in the holy Itomls tiie same Thompson ought to have it. to the party havuiiit, but was to Dave Stanford, ky. S. O. DAVIS, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. of matrimony. They are a handsome He has made tho best librarian the State Pruitt and Sam Fugleman as they carried turkeys. Wells drilled oil' about all the couple, and we heartily congratulate has AND SURGEON, factory prices. to order and Pumps iurnished at The Democrat says liili couples were PHYSICIAN 30 eer had. tht in. They were accompanied by Mr. DEATHS' DOINGS. mill ried in Mercer in ltvS!. VJCKTCJ", Js-MT. Mont Howard nnd Miss Susie CJooch, of HMlMMMnMMnMUIUUKJHMBMnMPilMin National banks paid taxes to the Miss Nellie Muir, of Louisville, a Ciutch-fielOffice next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. son of C. Cleveland, the o year-olWin nehbtirg, also. Mr. Killis mar-r- v last year to the amount of State niece of Mrs. S. S. McKoberts, will Special attention given to diseases ot children Vanoy, died Saturday of croup nnd was and wife gave a dining it few days and" State banks SHS,1S7.24. .Mr. Allen Hall Smith on the lHtlt. since, and while all weie engaged in par. Maj. Al McGoodwin, of Maytlold, buried Sunday morning at McConuack's taking of the dinner, lire in another part died at Frankfort from the e Meets of tho church. A baby at Wellsville, O., sucked the HARRY A. EVANS, Col. Thomas W. Miller received a rubber nipple of a nursing bottle down of the house was doing its woik ami in a fall he Mill'ered while walking in his CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL dispatch Sunday that his niece, Mrs. S. its throat and was choked to death. very few minutes the entire building and sleep. Ktnbry, of Silver Creek, had died tho conSTANFORD, KY entirely nearly everything in it Two hundred million dollars in gold It is stated that it cost Xaldriuglinus, J. Very disgraceful scenes oceut-re- d president of an extensive rolling mill at night before of consumption. She was will be transferred from the sumed. Engineering and Surveying in at a base ball game hero the other St. Louis, s?7o,000 to secure his seat in a daughter of Col. Miller's oldest sistei, at San Francisco to New York. ail Drancnes. Mra. Hume, and was (11 years of age. clay. Drinking, lighting and profanity Congiess. A Child Killed. in tho There wore f7 interments were the order of the day nnd Hod's laws A family moving from Ohio to Kow. 1S25. Another child killed by the use of opiate given Mere trampled under foot with impuui-tv- , an county, this State, was increased a Danville cemotory nnd 17 people, whoso in the formof soothnijt syrup. Why mothers give We are for peace and will havo it if couple by the wife giving birth to a "pair ages ranged from 7!5 to S'2, died in Boylo their children such deadly poison is surprising year 'Sll. News of tho when they can rcliuve tlw child of its peculiar we have to call on tho authorities. of twins, tho interesting event occui-rin- g county dining the , ... II .1. ..1. .1 iimiiug, m troubles by ung Dr. c,kur's llaby Soother 1. On Dwelling, Household Furmtuie, St res, Mer uoain 01 .Mrs. Il! in a jolt wagon. Ihe Sh rtest anl Quickest chandisc, . , apply lu the old contains no opium or morphine. Sold by A R AdvoBosrtr's Ohorry Ooujrh Syrup Intel uul Revenue Commissioner Ma- Greenville, has been received. ruin) Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. Junction City to New Orleans. It gums Ilmlid wtisfaitlonto the tioil. anil son favors an extension of the bonded cate. Is Lifts Worth Llvlngr? Henry Blankonship, a worthy young tl.c alt are )omivelv irurwluut, which can Lc Fntire truii',' ifc'K3H' car, Cay irmches and I.iehtninK clnu. attached and damage, paid Cfiiutfd for in no other way, ejctt that It n period of distilled spirits and thinks that man of the Proachersville neighborhood, Not if you go through the world a dyspeptic. not. hlhr tire ensues or(KO. II II RUCL, Agent. si fpirs run throi.gli without change o Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia, Tablets are a positive rure without doubt the bett on the market. A1 for Congress will pass a bill for that died suddenly Saturday. He had been for the worst forms ot dytpupsla, indigestion, I''ie licirtct and Quickest mid he ture you (jet tlie ccniiino. Wc kcejvt A, at its present session. sull'i'ring some live or six hours with a and constipation. Oturamscd and sold by It l'cnny, DmcciU ! One of the greatest snow blockades slight sick stomach, when ho was sowed A. R l'my. Junction City to Jacksonville, Fla. siid to have ever existed on thu Sierra with an epileptic fit and died in 15 minT. Uott, Cnrml, 111.. Soytt: Sloop Nlirhtd Jivmoa Can't The chIt line running through trains and sleepers. dollars doctor' bill for his Nevada mountains has been raised by He paid thirty-onIs the corapUmt of thousands sufferiuc irOM utes. His rumins were interred in the Shortest hue to lhattnnnoga, Hon., lort rayne v if in one year and one bottle ofllradfiiild's Fe- - tho snow shovels belonging to tho rail coughs, etc. Did vou ever try Hits bought the right to sell the l.ureka Quilting- Ala , Meridian Miss., Yicksburg, Miss,, Shrv.e fainllv burying ground Sunday. Lincoln, Garrard and Itoyle counReguiatiir did her mure'Igood than all pros, port, Ijx Knnxvitlc, Tenu , Atlanta (la., mle Dr. Ack.r hglish K.meUy f It H the oest ualiy well all m.kesof sevvlng roads. An avalanche occurred burying r Anniton Ala., Ilirwinghani Ala. and Ihe medicine ihe Had taken bofoift. 11. Dale, day Sold on a arutsen ksvovv n for nil lung troubles. w,i do tun times the woik itin1.a one of Mobile, Ala. r tUlltl T Ki:rtY IffstK tioon. 'The Jlradfictd Regulator many people, eight of whom have not - of . tn ijri ilmiM, Curini, III. Wr'te (ositive guarantee at 25c u4 50c by A. R, I'snuj. anv otuer manner hi Direct connections at New Orleans and Shreie-por- t to the female ever been rocovored. o Atlanta, Oa , far particulars. Sold by Drugfor Texas Mexico and California- Jni'itN.vi. is one of the papers which does irruotost Uibor navets see,youoffered das 77 in a fe call ... He will Pullman lloudoir Sleepers on alt thnaugh tm'n Wo Can and Do get K Penny, Stanford. attorney for the Cincin- not believe in failuifito issue a paper at Maj. Jones, Over one million acres of In nil ih AtaMma subUniirpscd cBiuat ject to nati, Alabama & Atlantic, states that the Christinas. Tho JurnxAi. has not miss-e- (luamntec Dr. Acker's INood Elixir, for it has A Duty to Yoursolf. For rates, maps. Wc . address demonstrated to the peoplaof this couna common, money lias been raised i New York for years and every issue Ik en fully ts superior to : II , ther proarations for W. II. COX. Agent. Junction CUv, u.e an issue in lo U , surprising try that It W . WOO L I V , T&Wki . t, .St., o iu.ni! a No. oualitv ol Jelhco, Lily ordinary pill when they can secure a aluable Eng- buildini! tho line, which is to run from was a uootl one at that. There is no rea- blood dlsa-cIt a positive cure f ayfnsvM, Kv. Coul iBtiiy y.rd. Leave your orders at , eruption- and inn .c I 1 I DWAUDS, the same money. Dr. Acker's English Huntsville, Ala., tapping tho Cincinnati C It nin lish one for ' son why readers should bo denied a pouoning, ul.er-en Pass "Hi fit Agt., j pills are a posislc cure for; sick headache nnd ll Southern and ultimatolyconneeiing with te .dtop-mp- tly Covington Com- ties ihe vv. I syslein stu t 'T ahyl'i!d c nui'i Startoru, Kr Christmas number. i' cvasily taken A It. Pcany l.ver troubles. Thy are small, Wfct, 03 I constitatu-monwealth. tho Kentucky Central. and do not gripo. For sais by A U Penny. , d.alr-.impressed ju.li.-iorv- A Columbus Buggy, nearly new; several Rocking Chairs; Wash Stand Set, &c. T. R. WALTON, j mm-H.ny- M ttll ( j son-in-la- w n. I I ii; , 1 j The Great Remedies -- 1 1 Hu...LK.-Nothing-- uew I l. f . to-tln- Yilliams1)urg, Ky. FOR RENT. s. Dan-Sout- KATE - F. Brinlclcy 73-- tt wit-netvi- es g"FOR SALE. . Hris-co- Kin-od- Stockholders' meeting. I 'A Stockholders' .-- c Tom-!iun- n l. WOOD WALLA8E, Stockholders' fleeting. - Men's Outfitter Louisville, Kentucky. 1 owmact V. d 105,-SOi- l. d 1 1 -- 77-'t m sub-treasur- y Established l. j pur-pos- ,- y Quiltiii; Attaclmiciit , e I ugus-u,Ci- . - - r- - C . d tlut-jteopl- e 111 Attention, Coal Burners. v 1 . - ,'jv. 1 . -- A-- 1 1 --. !,- - rv ;- r -. iW'tm; zxxptr&z?, IT"' :ic ' " aft now of - - FARM AND TADE ifSfiiS? see ins o be no i VVhHK t mhK KflH 'tho nnnoihtment of our roiative, ur. rir-K. .,.. - ,rt, V , ,.,R. .? . ... - .. .w-..- -. ....w...w..w-v- . JJot a bbof M stocK was sold on tile : . t. , c v.ia09no J. waiionjpi uart, to ine pen- - street yesterday". , sion agency at Louisville, if in fact the Jake Hobinson sold to Win. Hue a! STANFORD. Ky., JANUAHY 7, lc9", appointment has not already been made. harness mare for 5140. ThO Iauisville Times tells the kind of a Beazley Bros, bought of Elijah With man lie is thus: "If Dr. Walton should era a brood mare for f 100. W. P. succeed in his ambition it would leave Eld. Jos. Ballon sold to Jesse Fox a no for there is not a kindpair of aged mules for 5210. lier, gentler, nobler man in tho Gieen DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Carter A Givens bouirht of J. W. Kiver section, and that means that he is V. VARNON justas good n man politics barred as Powell 21 cotton nudes at 5100. Fct County J uJKo, THOMAS " Countv Attorney, JOSEPH B. PAXTON Robert Kingston sold his farm of 115 of wearashoe leather. IfGen. IJuell must " County Cleric, GEORGE n. COOPKK; go, ho could not bo succeeded by a better acres, one mile from Paris, at 5110. " Sheriff, J N MENEFEK; J. T. Hocker sold to O. M.Spoona-mor- e " Jailer. SAMUFL M OWENS, man." his stallion, Ed Barlow, for 5275. " Asseuor, E. D. KEN'N'EDVj CLARY Sup't of Common SchwU, V. F. James Martin bought in this counThk last democrat has been tired from ' Survejor, HARRY A EVANS; Suivyor Collier's olllce, which Is now ty K5 head cotton mules at $70 to 5S5. Coroner, ARCH CARSON. Col. Cobb sold to W. M. Rue 26 manned entirely by the faithful. Swope, yearling mules at $100. Richmond Regthe Inst man to go, was presented with a e Gov. IU'CKXKitin his admirable gold watch and chain by the force for ister. calls attention in vigorous language teaching them how to run tho business. The Lebanon Enterprise reports to tho great increase in the cost of juries sales of 41 cotton mules at 5112.50 to last year. The increase is principally in Criminal prosecutions cost the State 5116 50. be the mountain counties, where less jus- 5:2:11, GOaftS, in 1SSJ), for which she got once, loss, The 214 acres of Cook land, lying on we tice is dispensed and at a greater cost very little of the value received. Some Dix River, adveitised in last issue, was than anywhere, though some of the oth of tho judges try to see how much they sold yesterday to J. V. Cook at 51 'I. er districts are not excepted from the can make their courts cost, instead of Johnson, of Boyle, bought of Joe just complaint of a needless expenditure. reducing the expense to the minimum. 6offey, 22 head of 2 and cattle Fortunately Judge Morrow, of this dis2. cents and of J. C. Tucker 12 at at NEWS CONDENSED . a trict, is relieved of censure in this regard, price. auditor's report shows that he refor thq -- Mack Hughes, of Danville bought The public debt decreased 53,128, sV duced the cost of juries from 511,074.04 in Oy.'U!) last month. WUI III ? o f A. T. Nunnelley a bay maro for 12.. ,r: or--. ISSGnnd S7 ahclS12,026.0:iiii'S7and'$3to good weighed 00 lesoid to l. ii. ifudson.of Danville, :i Mrs. Marv Smith, who $10,3S5.22 in 'S8 and 'Si), a saving of S0SS.&! pounds, is dead at New York. oood roadsters for 5540. 7. t ." over the former and $J,240.S1 over the latA pauper school building caught lire T. M. Parrish sold to Carit lifers v wool satin-line- d $ 0, Chinchilter years. We have taken occasion to ob- in London and 26 children were burned. Beard 42 mules at 5125. J. ', Overcoat corrcs-pcndingl- y of serve Judge Morrow's methods nnd have An ordinance prohibiting the sale of L. Cogar bought $60 acres of hemp nt53. nearly always noticed that he discharges cigarettes in Frankfort is now being en- 10 per cwt. Midway Clipper. the jurors the days of his courts he will forced. The Bowling Green Democrat says have no need for their services and puts A Missouri girl on being chided by the mule market is getting brisk there-to the other jury off when he goes into aj her fatiier for chewing gum, wentolfand number of sales are mentioned, includbe case that will occupy a day or two. killed herself. ing 21 head 15 hands at $135. an ice producing river manufacture of flour in There is Senator Blackhcrn was nominated in Maine thatnot not as open and free as the The yearly is Tinted States is about 75,000,000 by the democratic caucus to succeed himin summer. barrels, of which 62,000,000 are required self, Judge Win. Lindsey making the Clark Howell succeeds Henry W. for domestic consumption ami 10,000,000 ujininating speech in his usual happy Grady as managing editor of the Atlanta to Rt.OOO.OOO barrels for export. vein, ilie Senator then delivered a Constitution. II. F. Hillenmeyer, the scientific speech of thanks, eloquent nnd pathetic, By the fall of a trestle near Birming- horticulturist and pomologist of Lexingand what took a month to do four years 2(J ton, say: "The peach buds are swollen Col. Did Is nt lliu-iVUta. ago was accomplished in less than an ham two workmen were killed and badly injured. considerably, but I think they can stand A Col. Davis charged the hull Breckinridge did himself hour. Judge In 4S hours 7 Chicagoans lost their a freeze down to about 12 below zero, ana Jroo)s with cownrdico nt Huenn VUta, proud in a brief but pointed speech nom-l iuUTifeting to tho account writ- lives ut railroad crossings and in 1SS1' 260 provided they do not get thoroughly it is Ujforo nating Col. E. Poll: Johnson to succeed ten any quiitlon cotiU! nriws, thnt i, lives were thus sacrificed. 6oaked with rain and then freeze, which whilo Oil. Davis uiw Mill u I himself as public printer nnd thnt nomi- mtl sutt I VUrcJlWiPd nf ,UI iS7fo'rt I believe they can mUcinl -- written for a northern Kriudual. Finley is betting on Dr. Walton for would kill them. (. ? nation like the other was made unani- pension agent and said the appointment stand a diy freeze as wot as six below.' llnriwr's .Mtigttznitt: inous. Col. Johnson's speech was of the "About U In tho morning Pichco's ruiuinn would be made yesterday. oc to debouched from a ravine, and Iwru-- i to form class, so characteristic of the of boy who Otto Leuth, the DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. coolly on u rido of tho plulcati. (Jrn. noble fellow, and then the caucus ad-hastened forwnrd, ikirtlng tht mountains journed till next Thursday, when an at-- 1 murdered n little girl at Cleveland, O , The McGibeny Family will give their with tho Socond Iiulinnit volunteers and has been sentenced to hang April 26. tempt will be made to select a candidate O'llrleii After 47 years of labor Mrs. S. Lizzie musical entertainment at the Opera O'llriun battery. At two litmdml yard ' ; with terrttic for librarian out of a score of men and tho clow House Wednesday night, Sti. Weaver, a Bridgeton, N. Y., woman, has coluim-ftotho Maxicmu werv plowed by his women offering for that soft snap. L After spending the holidays at home thot. Hut the reply was steady nnd nhnost just finished a crazy quilt of 30,075 patchOils, School Books, with the old folks, all the College boys equnlly effect ivo. itaked on tho loft by the TtiE Cbristimi Women's Exchange, es. low first-clas- s Imttery, nnd uvilltl by n. storm studies Calvin Morris, hung at Houma, La., have returned and resumed their with headquarters in Xew Orleans, is enof bullets from the' inuc4 rMiijj out of to do f ti a tti t'inn tltn vfilmif u.tiHi r.1 tliinMii hv... deavoring to raise funds to build a mon Friday, acknowledged that he had for at school. . fcumnor Roberts is now on n trip workman-lik- e ,lll(li thelr HWl0 IIimut,w;l)eil ,n ument to the memorv of Jelferson Davis feited his life nnd said he was willing to to BigiitoneGap. lie uas gone to invest Kjilto of IwmeS elforta to rally them. O'Urien Very and solicits contributions, no matter I P y it. was hU guiin. almoit nlono All lw. w.mililiitnn Inriialntnii ii..l in real estate at that place. He bought fired left Lmt dUcbarc, with hastily llmlx-r-Ho how small, for that purpose. Mrs. P. X. then out some lots in Middlesboro and has been Inj; up, followed tho llylns infantry over Stroug, treasurer, will rece've and ac- their name is not legion by n good deal, the on them. a plateau. To add to tho danger, the knowledge all ofleriugs by publishing a signed Judge Boreing's petition for pen- otfered nice profit John L. Smith, who has been in the ludlana regiment hi iU flight Uvatnu entanlist weekly. The appeal closes as follows: sion agent. dry goods business here for sometime, gled with the Arknnvn volunteer, who thousands of milNearly thirty-siCome forward Southern women with one cuught tho likewivi Howhas closed his stock of goods out and ijuit ever, nothing pauiuand tied Second IlllnoU, dnutited, the accord and without delay, and pay such lions of dollars worth of checks passed received tho Mexican tiro, in business. The Singer Machine Company under Col. a tribute to the memory of him who was through the New York Clearing-houswill move into the house vacated by and returned It as foist its the men could the soul of chivalry and honor, as shall the year 1S!). load, Pneumonia is counting its daily him. "MmnwhilH th lattcvrv were driving the prove you worthy of the esteem in which There is scarcely a fa.mil y in town Indiana mid Arkauvis volunteer oft tho be ever held you; the bravest, truest wo- deaths by the thousands in the East. plateau, tho riflemen in tho Hint New Yjrk City had over :00 fatal cases that has not some member in it sick. mountain ami cutting off nrmy. men the world ever knew. from tho main perMost of the complaint is supposed to be in three days. ceiving the danger, and trusting that tho John Young Brown's boom for gov. The saloon keepers of South Dakota the new disease, la grippe. Two families lancer would be checked by tho Arkaus.ii ernor is beiug pricked considerably by hove announced tha.t they will run wide have each a case of scarlet fever in light mid Kentucky cavalry, toward which thy were approaching, abandoned their ioslt(oil the newspapers and politicians, which open, regardless of the prohibitory clause form. ol Louisville, was nnd ramu running down the mountain ldo, Pleasant Uowlcs, hold him responsible for the defeat of in the constitution. with a view of cutting their way back to tho Cox for Speaker. Brown may be a conGov. Buckner states the amount of here during the week, looking at some of butteries Itut tho mounted volunteer made GoodS Shnfx. Clvnonwov siderable man in his section, but we take the Tate defalcation at $274,091, but sales the best farms in the countv. He wants but a brief ttaml agninxt tho impetuous chargoof tho lancers, and Ampudlu' light Wooden it that ho does not carry it in the hollow of his property and other credits have to locate here and engage in farming. He infantry no sooner wiw tho rillenien iiiovu 'Mow is at present a dealer in leaf tobacco in of his hand and was therefore unable to reduced it to 5150,000. thaa they followed cIonj on their heeU, llring dictate to the members of the legislature us they went. Tho laughter of our or Robert Manning, a brakeman, was Louisville. for whom they should vote. We are notn found dead on top of his train, having One of our prominent business lions-- . fellows was dreadful, tho Texnns wero anniBrown man to any considerable extent, had his skull crushed by huge bridge es announced thnt they would adopt the hilated. In ono confuid mass, riflemen nnd volunteer cavnlry, Arkansiuns nnd cash system at the tlrst of the year and but we think the old man ousrht to be timbers, on the Short Line. Co there wx iloir W l'urtaan lloute were driven liack by the udvuucltig displayed signs to that 'ellect, but after column of theeiiomy, nnd little was wanted given a chance for fair play's sake, if John Fitzgerald threw a rock at Bill , complete nothing else. near trying it fortuo or three days they con-- t' "Still tho tho rout, Kincaid in a crowded dancing-roolight infantry under Aiiipudla it would not work and have torn eluded It is said of Virginia's new executive, Mt. Sterling and was immediately shot down their card with the inscription, worn preying on by tho left to the rear of Wood's )oitioii Moit providentially, ut Gov.McKinncy, that he has never used dead by some person unknown. that moment Taylor urrivod with Davis' It is announced that T. B. Bipy has 'Terms strictly cash." profane language, never smoked iiiid has The Methodist church at this place MiMiitslppl riflomon mid May's dragoons to an Ennever consumed more than half a gallon sold his distillery in Anden-ohave already mised by contribution The former Iwroly stopped nn iiiitu.nl for tho men to fill their canteen, then hastened to of whisky. If this be so he may have glish syudicate for 5500,000and he is to about 5l',000 to go towards tho erection tho field. Itoiliug with ragu, D.ivU called ou enjoyed the happiness which virtue is manage it five years at $S,000 a year. of a new churcii. No attempt will br tho Indiana volunteers to form Meliitiil that The veteran Congressman, Judge supposed to bring, but he hasn't had made to build till 510,000 is subscribed, ' wall,' Kiiiitiiig to his men, and ndvnuco much fun while perambulating the path Kelley, issaid to be dangerously ill with which no doubt will be lunched ogniust their enemy. Their colonul, Ilowlt, boon. It tho tcurx streaming down LIh face, finding nil cancer. He was born in 1S14 and has cf life. been a member of the House for over 2S is the aim of the church to build one of his apjieals fruitless, seized a musket and Is Receiving His tho linest houses of worship in the city. joined tho Mlsissipilans iw a private. Timo Dcri.nm 1880 there were 23 murders yeans. committed in Cincinnati, and yet when It will be built on the most modern style could not be lot Ampudfa wns clix- -i iixn n Col. S. P. Love, a lawver them. Iiavli formed a man is killed in Kentucky, her virtu- - ot Greenville, has beeu indicted for per- - nnd a house the church will be proud of. steady tread against a and advanced with body more than tlvo ous newspapers nom up tueir nanus in jury in McLean county, which he com- The first Methodist church was organiz-- ' limes ills strength. A rnin of balls txiiirnd , but no man pulled a Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. holy horror and make u great ado over mitted in older to iunliiy himself as ed here 100 years ago. The present build- upon tho Give him a call. trigger till suro of bin mark. Then Uiomj 1S;55. ing was erected in another murder on the dark and bloody bondsman. deadly titles blazed and stunned tho ilexlcun ground, as if nothing of the kind had advance, A rnvinti goparated them from tho During the year 1SS9 there were Now that tho supposed Croniu ;nur-- enemy. DnvU gavo tho word, and with a ever occurred hi that city of sin. failure in the United .States, with cheer down thwy tho other and assets of derers have received a life sentence, they side; thou forming rushed and uponu awful hastily, with The auditor's agents seem to be a pret- liabilities of fH0,:9,-ll)can, if guilty, confess tho crime, in all ty expensive luxury, which the legisla- $70,5W,7G!). The number is the largest its details, nnd still be in no danger of volloy tby hattercil tho .Mexican head and drove them back to cover." ra-()Pture might do well to look into and dis- for live years. being hanged. Timo was when sciitvncu like theso would Burglars chloroformed the occupants pense with. Last year they were paid have raised a storm of angry discussions in N. If you would digest your rich dinners many states; but there bus been a war since and tho total amount of their of a Dr. Kniffen's house ut Trenton,Kuif-feJ., from the ellects of which Mrs. well during theso holidays, be cheerful then which taught men of every state that collections was but SlbVibUlo. died and a young lady was very se- and jolly. From tho mind to tho brain, panic seizes tho bravest men under some cir-m m m M B. 1 Ka.vkas must be the rottenest borough riously affected. from the brain to tho stomach pastes tho cutnstuiircs. J. Gen. Frank Wolfoid is said to bo in nervous stimulus that digests your food. this side of the Plutonian regions. Its legislators are not only openly chrrged n critical condition at his home in Col If you are sour and blue in mind, or an-- 1 ! with accepting bribes, but they are being umbia from an acute attack of rheuma- gry, this mysterious stimulus is shriv-- ' tism, nnd his old wounds are giving him eled at its sourco and dies. Your food indicted right nnd left for the oflense. L,ot, lies like n flatiron tinon vmtr Rtnmnoh. renewed trouble. ' be jollj, b OnSomeret ureet, at present e oouiueil l,v Mre The chances for Calvin Urice to When Secretary Tracy found out So, be JOlly, and if you can't V. 11. ooj.er A iry .Uue and Jan ol ,','n,1 " Y,"&,,n,eA'i,'lll Senator of Ohio aie very rosy. that one of the employes of his depart- as jolly as you can. .'.tr "n ?" There are candidates by the score, hut ment ferried Booth across the 1'otomic Or K M .UKcillliRi-c. 7, Stanford. Ky. Society owes thanks to Mrs. Harrison it issaid that he will likely "get there'' the night ho assassinated Lincoln, he her thoughtful consideration of its ' j for oil tho first ballot. promptly tired him. interests. It cannot bo agreeable to her Geo. P.Smith, a Boston man, blow to miuglo in n The Owensboro Messenger celebrated gay social lifo so soon ' out his brains because he was suli'eriug after the death of her sister, yet she will its birthday by issuiug a Vill keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture PROF. W. F. NILES ' . edition, which was u credit both to the not on that Account oast a guy mover . and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods will open editorial and business capacity of that was Horace Oreeley.8 rec.no for curing tho social atmospherij of the capital, as ' your il- -a head oil." catarr A NORMAL SCHOOL, can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conUj0 caSQ .f b1j0 ghut ,er. remarkable paper. wouW 8Urel vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. v " -h- "-" e r up for a period of conventional. "" 'vi' , ... . The Jamaica ginger habit is on the in- mates tliut last year h crop ol corn was mourning, inereforo sno announcoa At me following rateof tuition T. montii crease, especially in prohibition towns, t',112,S02,000 bushels, nn average of L'7 that tho receptions at the White Houso ' ".'.'o and is called tho Jam-GiIt issaid bushels to the acre. The wheat product will take placo as usual this winter, and Normal Department ,.00 A liberal patronage it rruuekteil m.tl thornucli that its ellectsaro almost as had as co- is placo 1 at 470,500,000 bushels and oats She Will do her part ,1 the social world. work euarSntecd. Hook Keeplna, Short JJaml, Teltyraptiy.Xe caine and morphine. W.K. S'lLBS, .McKlnney, Ky. at 715,513,000. ' 'it. U Write for Ciuatoguo an full uYformatlu. ... InL ...,. -- A' , ('....rf, I JuS -- w-- GREAT- i, WALTON. SACRIFICE SALE, The mild Winter has caught us with an immense stock heart-burnin- ines-sig- Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Carpets, Matting, &c. The Greatest Reductions of OVERCOATS on Record. " These goods must sold at no matter what the will place and our entire stock at iour disposal, for prices never before quoted on such a stock. two-year-o- Boys' Overcoats J .So, worth $2.50: 82, worth S3' 82 50 ,., Men s Overcoats 4t worth $o; Men's ' Beaver Overcoats V) $5 OluncliilUi Overcoats H.5U. worths 50: Men's alb wortiSb; Men s !" uuncuua Overcoats 7.5 worth 810; Men's la - worth Slo, and all better grades Overcoats sold J iotr. It is wise economy buy now for present or next season anything you want m the way of Winter Cloaks, as they will sold at half their value at THE LOUISVILLE STORED JeiTi-rsom-al- Main Sfrcri, Stanford, 1 Jfadno' ' NOTICE I u M. SAr.r3tfGER, MA3STAGER. serio-comi- c , 1 ut thr mitll.Sf trill conduct the business at the old stand, where I snail pleased supply the wants all former and new patrons from a ' oj.-nu- ofn-ct- f .1 Paints, Paper, Jewelry and Silverware at prices, for goods. I have a good Jeweler, reddtj watch and jewelry repaiis in the best stylo. Stock of Drugs Wall ' - respectfully, W. B. MoROBEBTS. x , e JONESBRO&, suits the Farhicr; Th, The only Store in Stanford General Merchandise, ware, J-- Dry Boots aild. Fnnnii Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, arid Full Stock of Holiday Goods. Ken-tuckin- -- H.6.RUPLEY,- ' well-know- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. MiK-(inniniis- 11,-71- !) ' NEW FURNITURE STORE! MA UK BFlliMl jEni $ 515,-132..S- n J ' 1 ' , FOB, SALS Krick House and C , I1 bo-co- i . J i ! i NOTICE. e f h-"- blow "" n. iXr.te'Ut' : p-- r Z.: BRYANT& STRATTON Business College J . LOUISVILLE) KI rv SLv. TWffqfr"grEWWfl'y yi wiw'?WP$nPh&!lv'-- : " f"rffpT'!T",' ,,yfft h- - Semi-Weekly InteriorJourne 1890 IE.MMnrk Hardin's ad. CoLOMHim bnjgvy and Bfeverul chairs Stanford, Ky., Januahv 7, forsalobyT.It. Walton. n, Tiikir Fiiwt. Mr. S. L. Powers, writes to a Marnier J. I). .Sn'nln from Colum-buirl blessed Oiiio, that n K. O.WALTON, BUS. Ma'tlOROr their union on the --M. MEANS Com i; BUSINESS. A. H. Penny. and settle your account. Watciii-- s and jewelry repaired and Tin: cold wavo fluj was Hyifiir apiin Ttirrunted. A. K. IV'imy. yestenlay, but somehow conlldenco has Tiik best plnco to buy drills, patent mediciiU's and toilet articles is at A. It. been slightly strained with refeionco to Penny's. (.Jen. (tieely's predictions. liuv your school books, ink, tablets, paper, pencils and school supplies of all Fun the sixth time this season tho cold kinds from A. It. IVimv. wave piediction failed to materialie. A warm rain ciiiiih insteml and yesterday PERSONAL POINTS. was a very wet and muddy day. .Mi;.i. CitMii Ia s'S is quite ill from neu Ni:s comes fiom ltiillulo, Wyoming,! ralu'in. that n boy has come to bless the union of Miw. Kiiimk Cooi.k'n school closed lion, ami Mrs. T. P. Hill, Jr., and that Friday, after a profitable session. he lias been iiamw.1 Chrisinan Paulley, in Coil W. U. Wkuii and Mrs. II T. honor of Judt:u A.c. to l.oulsville yesterday. . Tiik law linn of Miller Owsley seems to bo prospering. A new safe has been added to the ollice outllt to hold thu money that is rollinu in. v. Elijah Beazley sold to Mack Hughes A LKNfiTiiY and flattering petition, stallion by Silver King for by the people of Highland, Irre- n slimed spective of party, calliui: On Mr. V. H. .150 nnd Win. Burton to same paity a Miller" to becMino n candidate for nitimblT g liin? 'nr SlL'fi. of Constitutional Convention, was lodji- .VKW ADVHHTISKMENTS ed nt this ollice yesterday nnd will appear in our next. m A. S. A. It. Pussy lias decided to stop sell ing whisky on prescription, as lie could SI KOEON DENTIST not conscientiously do ho in view of tho Office on Mam street, oier W. IS. McKobcrU' Drug Store, Stanford. fact that much of his sales were to those that he knew did not need it. He bus therefore disposed of Ids stock to YV. Q. Kmerson, who will sell it to somebody STAGG & MeEOBERTS Successors to Bruce & McRobcrts, Dr. PRICE, Desire to announce to the public that they are now ready for business at their new stand, recently vacated by Owsley & Craig, cor. Main and Lancaster streets, and ask a share of your patronage. They keep constantly on hand a full and complete stock of REMOVEDI removed my office t my residence, else. Ai.Tiioictii blue-gras- I Female College, where I will I found at all time the t'tnev HUGH RKID. 4 weather continues as waun as bpringand s liills are as green as they tho often appear in May. Flowers and fruit BOARDERS tices are blooming and blossoming and I liave rented the property of Mra Cath llailey yesterday Mr. Cicorge Benedict was- exam now prepared to take hibiting u clover sprig in full bloom. Did on Lancaster itrict and boarder Ternn reanonahle Day bonrurrs taken cluau at anybody Apply to anybody ever? Ill.IXE hae oppc-li- e it is mid-wint- Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, HATS, and a- WANTED. - - LARGE SUPPLY OF CLOTHING. -- a,i.,t CRPrTKR. 0 TIIK Tin: pupils of (Men Klder school, Mrs. W. B. Hawkins, teacher, will give a dramatic entertainment at the new ILarg-e.sSltochesterwent Methodist church, Moreland, Friday Capital to Build Houses to Rent. Iism Maooik Owsi.k has been wlect-tn- l Tin: passenger train nuu nero at .1:27 night, 10th, the proceels to go toward A permanmit inetment f'.r a few er, with And will be sold at greatly reduced prices. organist at the Prcshyturian church. Friday morning did not arrive till noon, till otric.e furnishing tho church. The programme ample security. Inquire at Of JOtlls- - owing to a collision on the 1. T., V. A Mil. AM) Mas. A. ITllllA.NSKY, STAGG & McROHKRTS. is an entertaining one and as it ih fur a I vllle, aru visIliiiK Mr. and Mrs. M. (5., with a friught. Both engines were commendable object, it is hoped that the smashed and three trainmen seriously building will be crowded. Admission All neron brfving claim ncainit the estate of Mu. asm Mif. S. P. Staih have taken hurt. ill nreenl Oiem to me or I.. S. Withrri. deed 25 cent. my aeeut. properly proen. on or befor' January rooms tit Mr. J. K. I'arris', on Main Mrs Jt'LIA A WITHERS. 1.1800. IIk.i.mnc) with thu new year, Gen. W F McCLARV, AKerit. olrout. Tin: new firm of.y. P. Stapg aild H. J. 8T to Miss Doit v Caliiivkm, of the College tJreely sends his weather predictions Mcltoberts will be known as StaggA 1M hours from R in the I faculty, has returned from a visit to her this ollice for the to prevent fl oontlict with a formorning. Heretofore wo have been get- mer Murfreisboni, Tenn. firm starts out Mtternt tinn name. The new .m., after Mu. M.C. Fakuih mill family, of Junc- ting the predictions made at r. with n half column announcement of Are headquarters for extion City, have moved iilto the Owens about half of the time covered had their aims and purposes and will continpired. The reports will reach hero at 11 ue to occupy that space during ISO to In the corporate limit of Rowland property on Upper Main street. o'clock. c&c. H J HA RSI, Rowland. 'Mu. U. t Wink has rented M. V. tell our readers where they can get the M Danville street on house ami lol mi Il)ON has been somewhat excited best goods nt thu lowest prices. Call and will move his family thither. Plows' Plows! Plows! IJuy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel for a few nights over the possibility of them, S. K. corner Main and Lancaster, BLUE-GRANURSERIES l)u. A. S. I'uicK has his dental rooms the attempted rescue of Pole and John and they will do you right. Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no over MeltolKiils' drug store, wlieni he Froiiirh, who are in jail there awaiting A full itock of Fruit and Ornamental Trets, Snc inn. s?iiiu'. I. H. Chappell tells r.r.nn VinH. infill Fruit. Ariiraeu. Shrub. pinparird to serve the public at all hours, tItu,flir to Virginia for murder alleged to Every plow warranted to "' ;fcjwrd and garden We plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Of a suicide which occurred near Ot- - anil everything ' Dr. It. C. Moms s will go to Mt. Vitr- - mvo UtM, committed 17 yers ago. They US erajly no ai;ent but ell direct at low prices 10 LummillgS, tBe nlnnter renonal in.pn.-tfof our immense i A sk your neighbor. the Imlance of the 'nru brothers of the noted leader of the teilheim, Saturday. Mepheil lion to liny to IMcnption caialiK ie w.th v?1uj. do good work, or no sale. I....I ...,u....l 1... ...il.i i""- - mi lkliiviled on anplicatimi. " niiviiHp.T.-iiiii- i hie iUBetiOfl piufehion of dun- - pr,.mh party in Perry county, whoso ...1... wuek practicing his H .IFN'MEVHR. tlwi iniirm.v nl lift, nnd ntlL'Ilt to lllWCl j tfctry. Ltxinton, Kv desperate character induces the belief 7llt been proof ag.iinst the darts of Cupid, Dk. It. M. Oiih.ui mill Meters. Jon S. tml , j attempt to rescue them. Tho and became a cold Moomaud IC UMrKw weio hero Fri- - jrriino for which they are hold is tho Hwidlowud morphino and olamiiiy eornse, because a diunol of dy with a conph of mighty pretty iminlur of mi hioirensive lieyru Ikjv, but tho ICingsville neighborhood refused lo Maudes. thov claim that they are not the men listen to his talo of love. Poor fellow, Tb convfislcat and Meat ReMdence now occupied Ho.n. It. C. Wabhbn whs with his con-- WHnteal. ' by Jlr. W. F. lt;imoy, on por Main street, Stun-he realized the truth of tho lino.--: 4li!t.!iH veotonliiv. lio imil lust gotten mcII located, ht every contenience ford. It "1 vert tt lave, bat oh ov bitter .sheriffs Xolon To run Piix.-D-and if a moat desirable how. Call on or addre ovr mi attack of tho U irfppo and was R.G. COVER. Having purchased of Mr. T. R. Walton his stock of goods, including To We a girl and then Hat Kit her. and Kldridge, of Hnrlan, took Fnmcis or W. T RAMSKY. t not feeling well. 9 Ky Minford, a well selected supply of it 1.11.... .... , ....tii.. w..... lit. Pace,. who had been in -jail here safei . I.v the county court yesterday I he will Ik. I4lft I'rt.llf Will .v.7... ix running Dejtot K".piug, 10 rmiiKinn Miinmuy, w wrvu of Joseph Pago was ottered for probate chard rarresiMiiileiit. cou-- I but an objection being urged by Agent OMlrvan'Molllce at Kowlaml, while " l'f sentence. Pace killed his first without apparent miimi and the gen- - II. S. Jones ami wife the question from son- is To Rent who has "been clerking rnl impression is that lie should have was continued till Saturday. Weather-for- d Tom hung, although his attorneys it Cook were granted license to A Small Engine and Boiler, in the postolllre at llopkinsville, has ' e, to the Court of Appeals to reverse sell liquor on prescription at their drug Kor two r three m nths Addreti, ttalin price Mr. A. A. engaged m salesman by and condition of machinery, Warren. YIIrtI Severance, who here- the sentence. That court alllrmed the store in Hustonville. In the afternoon WI McCAHTV, Kinsille. Ky. lower court's decision, however, and af- the inogistrates met with the court and tofore hold the position, will take a simiter a 10 month's sojourn in our jail he heard numerous requests for new pikes. lar one with Severance & Jniii. - w.u taken to the homo of the rest of his Capt. 11. F. Powell asked for a pike from HEXKTT. W. I.OX0M0011. of IlHrMu. Wooiii-oitiI take this method of informing the people of Stanford and vicinity l'nv- Denny's to McCorinack Church and a rixoti, was hero yestenlay in th interest of the Court of i Tin: Lincoln Countv Building - committee composed of Squires llailey, avthat I will continue the business at his old stand and ask a share of of his eandidaay for Clerk House & Lot of Miss Mary Myers, seems to be n very nice jn(r9 Association declared a semiannurtl Xeal and Kllis were appointed to invesAppeals. lie their patronage. u for occupied by On W. II. Miller's Sowthe ear 1690. Mr. G. N Uradley, January rent gentleman, and deserving of much con dividend of a little over I per cent. The tigate and report. 1'oneitio.i cien for it. It is my intention to sell good goods at THE LOWEST LIVING AD. ROOT, Stanford ky. f4 as ho lost a leg in the war old board of directors was application for a conimitteo to examine ami stifi sutlers from wounds. the following and report on tho location of a pike from which in turn PRICES and it will be my effort to please each and all who favor KORhere yester- otllcers: Col. V. G. Welch, president, Stanford ton point beyond Howlum! so Jcix.k M. J. Driin.vM me with their trade. My present stock will be greatly enlarged in A. A. as to avoid danger from tho ndlrond, day on legal business He is taking .lohii S. HiiL'hes, a few days, and J cordially invite au inspection of it. Goods delivUifngs ipiietly. giving himself but little Warren, nnd W. M. Hright, Squires Young, Chappell and Neal were AT A ered anywhere in town. Remember the place. about either the governorship or Treasurer. Mayor K. H. Humsido, J. appointed and Lynn, Drown und Gooch concern I will ell the huue known as the auditor's ollice, ns he is confident X. Menefeeand A. A. Warren were re- - on a proposed pike from Kmgsville to the ECAHDX2T. The the Highland A Wnyncsburg turnpike. the people will let it Imi known if they twined as the llnance committee lie is institution in prosperous, but the fact of the proposed road The discussion desire his services, in which event Cor. Main and Somerset streets, Stanford, Ky. too good a democrat to refuse their de- that the shares are now worth $:' makes law was then begun, when I). W. Font F. Bobbin, Kd Carter it ditlicult for persons desiring to borrow mands. Alexander, J. X. Green and Green-berr- y For ONE IHOl'SAND DOU.AKS cah money to buy them and additional legisCITY AND VICINITY. Bright made vigorous protests lation will be asked to enable a new scThe Cottage opposite the Railway against that and and the lawyer Davisries lo be issued. Depot, Paiitiks owing Hie accounts will plcnsft on law, after which thu court adopted a call ami settle. 1 need the money. A. Miller, at the same Tin: project to build a street car line resolution asking a repeal of the present-law- Formerly ccupld by H jilace for KIOlll' HUNDKE.O "Model Grocery" you will find A. Warren. from Stanford to Ilowland has been recnbh. rejecting the proposed law ami turn- ing early conthe whole matter over to Represent- Snmecan beiceii by applyinp to Mr. V t" Ken O.s'K of us will be found at our nidi vived and the prospect of it nedy, Crib Orchard. Coffees, btmid at nil times so plfiisocnll there ami struction is very Muttering. Three men ative Warren to secure tho passage of thu taken Sa.VH) of the ?4,5(X) it is osti-0- r best road law practical. J OTTENHKIMIR. accounts as wo must wind up have tetilfc Goods of Nc ju btrett, Nov ork 71 im btujtnv&b here in a very short while, muted to cost, anil others are ready to CHURCH AFFAIRS. Cheese, 'subcrilw the remainder. Those, who n ...,i.... c ml.. have given the matter serious thought chinch, Mt. Sterling,' A Y T? C1 TW T? "NT The Chiistian of people stool out for Uj,t. that tne eiifrpris' will pav s hud IS additions last year and' raised lor Si ) 1YJL JCi Tobaccos. in the drenchini: min yestenlay mw.y iM.uu.s, lK. of incnlciilublo beno .... purposes s?l,.M.".4,Miys tbe isentinel. K .ill of a mtent ni to . ... and listened to tin in connecting her with the , he ,,, , N stiiforl I lev. .101111 neu unison iircu mm m-He carries an irser Moa steady His stock is always clean, fresh, full and attractive. uc- medicine man. Kurely men, like babies, row 8hurb and of great accouimo-arr vueeiibwiire, uuibhwure, r,..111 unci wuuucuwnrc Sitiidav morning, which caused employment pum ted ilHID W (or Men j aijartmeni 01 , l . pluiihud with a nittle and tickled with (,atiou tQ tho j.eople. Tho only II lltllllOUr 01, drowsy eyes .w Ujivu ami iirtlul men Apply atonic bating j; tmn thw paper M KSIK CO , HwnUNllle, Ala, a stniw. j, and je wjjj maj.c jt tQ yQW arJvantage thing in tho way now is the turnpike stay open. "I want the young people to A1.MIAMA Wm R hill giving, rompnny with regard to the right of way, notice especially what I am going to say, the Tub but as there won d be no serious injury and some of the older pubple might the people of Lincoln county tho right to A C SINF J N MKNKFEE if any, it is hoped and believed that awaken and listen witli profit. " J vote again on the prohibitum quesUon if to it, i LOUISVILLE. KY. periuuuiiK Next Sunday the Christian churches thev think proper. The Senate will fol-- i i "", "ru "" "jei-u- an enterprise tiiat all over tho country will tako up a the use ol its roati ny rho Leading Agricultural Journal of the South and West. low suit with equal lehrity nnd then will benellt and accommodate so many Church Kxtension fund. lor tho tho music will begin. Mado by Farmers for Farmers. people. This fund was started only a couple of As a record of Miccesscfiil aKTiciilture, Home Wiikx C. It. Allen was arrested at SO churches have ani Harm lias no equal topic relating Fun:. The old Menefee homestead on years ago, and yet in its column agriculture H openlv 0iscu-iJunction City for peddling jewelry, he JLntlis, been built from it and many more are in to tVicfarmcrstliemselxes. No expense is spared liv th Somerset pike burned down about 11 In stctirltiK n full nccount of ccry notable sucacted very uneasily nnd from certain prospect. Bro. Gibson asks that his Sunday, together witli all the A3STD cess 011 Hie furm It is Uihtluctiely tl.e left the impression that ho was o'clock biing full pecket books next FARMERS OWN PAPER. Ho wiih' outhouses in the yard. It was the propMouldings, and Scroll Work, murder. guilty of tho Cublor all A record of llieir tl.uly life, presented in a form erty of Mr. J. N. Menefee, whose loss is Sunday ami mnko an otl'ering that and language vf lilch make it pluin lo all. Danville. lodged in jail at if not moie. The house was will be proud of. fully ITS LIST OK CONTRIBUTORS has beenliguring The New York progressive Oedar and Locust Posts. It seems that the family of Mr. II. IV occupied by Randall Doilius ami family, on tho population SunHeaven and the Contains the namesof the mottThey do not farmtreat ers orthe South and West. of of the aji 0f whom were absent. A neighbor We will cany a lull ito.k of every thing found In a !irstclas I umber Yard. Blankenship Is drinking deeply of theoretical farming, but of the actual condiII. 1' uc A C SINK, Tin .ineks Manager. the liames issuing from a window other place and tluus that in the 0,000 tions which confront hlctvi.rt John Johnson; M. Stanl; bitter cup. The day before young tien-saWaldo F Brown lltnry existence there has A. I Ford Jell' Welborn lliiKtiT llrookb John d yeiqs of the earth s Blankenship died, his brother James nnd gave tho alarm, hut the isolated ry T II ltaldwln and a Steele's been a total of 177,000,000,000 souls. No- C of others makeIlau journal indispensable. tins host his leg broken by n kick from mule nation mado assistance some time in 10 per Morcuer, it Is equally Mrs. Blankenship is in very feeble riving and so but little could be saved. body believes that more than A HOME MAGAZINE. cent, of tho professed Christians are Dvrrv ul1ect of Interef t lo the Mr. Menefee had 150 bushels of wheat in Is r health. l.ois Mary one of tho looms, which he had sold to saved, kiiviiiubis wiuiiisuics mij mm.) fully'lrealcil. Daviess, Miss Cabell, Catesby. Mrs. Miss Mosby, was hurrying tho Boiler Mills at 70 cents ami was to the elect are few. If this is a fact he.iv-- 1 Drown, Mrs uud a score of others will contrib- IDZRUQ-GKES-T As Mu John Mbxki-ki- : Alice Wintoti .Sunday tho horse ho was have delivered yesterday, all of which en contains but 1,MH),000,000, against a ute regularly. out to the tire FAITH LATIMER riding fell while turning tho corner of was burned besides as much shelled oats population in hell of 170,000,000,000. Is lit charce of our Children's Department, and notes the Tho Courier-JournMain nnd Somerset streets and precipita- and many of his farming utensils. Mr. she has the peculiar faculty of being both in- DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, and instructive. of 15ro. Barnes' letters in this teresting THE MYSTERY OF THE NATION ted that gentleman to tho ground in a Doilius lost all his furniture, which was FANCY ARTICLES, &C miracle that he worth perhaps $150. Mr. Menefeo had paper, which it says are always interest- Is a thrilling ftorv appearing in Home and rude manner. It was a and is exciting wide I'AHM. by never attention. John It. Mustek, distinguished writers escaped unhurt. been carrying an insurance on the prop- ing because the Reverend Barnes Short stories by Phyitciani preteriptiont accurately compounded. no matter what subject appear from time to time. Pen- erty in thu Homo for several years, hut it says a dull thing BILL ARP'S LETTERS Candy Pulumi. Misses Betsy awosrt VAflLsV 'A 1f expired a week ago and thero being no he may he commentjng on, and adds: It Appear In each issue, uud this humorous philosoIClSSllllllllHtilllSsffilfliHslSBHBiM nington and Florence Truoheart, direcmore interesting than nt this slip- is suggestive to see the learned, tho gun-tipher was never agent hero to renew it, the matter tors of the "Young Gleaners" gavo that STOCK OF WATCHES, the thoughtful Barnes, whoso life time IS ITS K1IITOHI U, IIKI,AHTMINT THE LARCEST : number, a delightful ped his mind and tho Ions is therefore in band, some In complete. The neighbors came in as fast lias been n struggle witli poverty, doing HOMis and Farm speaks boldly and fearlessly reCinrjKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Rights ,r II .favors a of " cuntlv pulling Saturday afternoon at the could and did everything in homage at tho shriuo of thu rude, sensa- behalf of theFarmers behalf of the farmer ; better Uritrtti vision former. It wax a pleasant as they Delivery to homo of tho bruusht to thu market. Price lower than power to save tho property, for tional, thrifty S.un Jones, who has ni.tdo road-- for the farmer J'ree Mail farmers, andthe Ever lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. it anions: the farmer ; the rwARhmto all and strong vows were their which Mr. Menefee asks us to return his the religious occupation as profitable as aim Is to "Must Truils." IU motto is pa.ied on ihort'.notice and warranted. mado to do more than over for the Lord " Fair Trade and farmer' Bights." Ingersoll has mado its denunciatou. heartfelt thanks. in the year just begun. i 1- "Wanted. GStook of Overcoats is Very S4-t- Stiliii-KC- r. !Toti9 . X 4; J HIGGINS & M'KINNEY For Salo Twenly Building; Lots HI-ki- Hardware, Groceries. Stoves, Salt, Xiime, SS , j nix-m- 1 ,... j -j - , . j por Bent! I 1 i TO 1 HE PUBLIC I 1 ( I putv 1 I r.u j WASTED .- - Miir.-rin- I.tsr, ln rtl re-W- . Groceries and Hardware, Glass-- , Tin- - and Queens-war- ) FOR tide-ration- , s -- SALE SACRIFICE Van-devee- Strriiiri Propcrtv nt Crab MARK r, Orchard, Til-for- d AT A. A. WARREN'S Sugai's, , V UOl-LAll- b oi j St-i- j r -1 lliN-iiiiili- hand-hour- Q eief-tiiut- s 'J Jj Jj Molasses, Beans, Jlomimj, Rice, every description, the Soaps, Canned Preserves, Jellies, Picliles, best Cream Sauces, Baking Powders, Extracts, Cigars and ,- -. ,- -.. WANTED , ' c 1 tic-sho- I 1 now-lam- 1 lloliLiHl q., HOME AND FARM co.-lecli- on SINE &JVIJENEFEE, Shingles, Etc., A1TD H0TJGZZ AND DRESSED LUMBER, BlalKDS QSilSH, BOOHS Brackets !D PATENT WIHE SL.AT FEHOB, ' w to-da- ' sit-hn- . . . 11 le home-make- Mart-den- , Ac Bo PENNY, & R,. tTE-W-IKJILIEii- al e, risnESpSKMHL9EsBQk4 mmJ s : ll ,, . yflr iJL&lLZ.uu&vt K& Jitf sj a tehbi t.r .f-fc- ffit. j Ttj,iAtftrr K C--J ,Vi jtv- - lAjrMOA't.- - 'MkSUL lr maa anaeafcsssw.ai.yga sMs,..f sJLsXr-Saxsr- - Tvvr" . aamBWsalfiaeBis ""s""'s""p"""""f Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Published Every Tuesday and Friday SV l'lCll YWAK.1X ADVANCE not so paid erWhen S2.GO will be charKed.- - K. C. LOCAL T!ME CARD. Train leaves How and at at 5 30 p. ra 7 oo a m , returning L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. U 31 P m Mail train joins North 131pm South Exprtsstrain" South "37P" ' " North ..630 am Local Freight North ' South S'SPm The latter trams ali carry passengers. The above tsca'culated on standard time. Solar time it about ao minutes faster )ni fROYAUSVJVlJ "1 g jrJ'' POWDER Absolutely Pure punt) Thi ponder never varies A marvel ytrellcth and wMi les iinen-si- . More economical than the urdinary kind- - and an nut be sold ill competition wit ilic multitude oi low test. hort Sold only in vreteht, alum or phosphate ikj der cans. KOYAL HAKING l'OWDKR CO., iCi.m Wall street. New Vork R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. ' Oder on Main street, 0iiKite I'ortmau Hou.e, upstairs Nitrjus Oxide ..is jivon for painless "'"""STANKORD. KENTUCKY. DR. AY. 13. PENNY, Dentist. OUce Sauti side Mum .trei't, in cilice recently va. 'ed by Dr. I. F Huffman, Sta,io d, Kv They Ilnvo Lived IiOtiK. Thu Pliilatlclphia press is taking tho census of persona in Pennsylvania, New Jersey nnd Delaware who aro beyond tho ngo of 85. Tlio ntnulwr of such persons already discovered is surprising. It conveys the impression that tho avcrago of human life is lengthening rapidly. Three per cent, of the old peoplo havo reached tho full century mark. Forty per cent, are past 00, 57 per cent, past 35. ThePiessgivea a pago of portraits, and really theso hundred years old people don't look a day over 80. Perhaps they would feel complimented to bo told they appear easily twenty 3'cars younger than their real age. Mast of them are of American parentage, a long way back. Most interesting aro tho jioints of similarity in their history, for from these we judge what is conducive to long life. First wo find that SO per cent, worked hard at physical labor all through youth and middle life. They were not rich, neither were they abjectly poor. Tho labor of more than half of them was in the open air. Forty-livier cent, were fnrmcrs, C per cent, lumbermen. The Press tenmrks in tvassine; that no list jet made of centenarians in Europe or America includes any journalists. They do not get into the air and sunshine enough to keep a cat alive. Tho Press old people are mentioned paiticularly as having pleasant tempers. Nearly all of them go to bed at Do'clock, and have done so all their live. They rise tit l and 5. It is a little peculiar that six and seven hours' sleep seems enough for most of them. Ninety-liv- e jver cent, are of long lived ancestry. Sixty-fiv- e per cent, are fair complex-ione- d and 85 per cent, have been tnnr-noNeither of these facts proves anything, however, since a majority of all peoplo marry, and a majority of Americans are of fair comploxion. Miss Mary Orier is an old maul of 1)!), yet. in plto of that, "her pleasant temperament has helped her through." cent, have liern n,oderato Sirty users of alcohol, and 05 jer cent, havo used tobacco more or less moderately. Of tho pictured faces, the pleasant and even merry expression of most is remarkable. Old Joseph Garrett, nearly 00, says: "Thank God, I dropped and got religion at 50." Heiein may Imj amysterious hint for those who would e d. IU. BRUCE, "Whltticr. Chauncey M. Depow has given to tho John Greeuleaf Whittier was 82 years LIVE?,", SALE STABLE, newspaper reporter a neat namo. It is, old Dec. 17. Ho is our oldest living "Historian of tho hour." STANKDItl), KY. literary man of distinction, except Georgo Bancroft, who was born in 1800. SI'KCIAl. AT TF.NTION to COMMKltt IA1. Financial reports nnnouncc that sugar 83d year finds tho beloved Quaker traveler Morses and mules bought and sold in feverish. It ought to bo. It has been His poet in good health for so old a man, but Onh first class horses and vehh les u ed in livery a cold day for peoplo who havo to buy it feeble and somewhat denf. His eyesight now for a good while. is slowly failing him, too, but ho is still straight as an arrow, Ho is now enMatthew Marshall, ttio ablo financial writer of Tho New York Sun, says: gaged on what will almost certainly be CKAII OKCIIAKD. KY "Skill and honest hard work is the only his last long poem. It deals with tho discovery of America by Columbus. If In means of really making money." ever finished it will bo tho odo that cele- Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps That was a bail break mado by a cer- brates tho opening of our World's fair in l!oot, Shoes, Clothing Hardware. Oueens Mitre, Tinware, riurnittirc and a tain society of ladies who addressed a 892. Dut ho works slowly. Ho has finished no more than half a d07.cn stanzas, Gonoral Lino Crocorios, petition to "Mrs. President Harrison." Fancy Candies, Cross lie.. The proper designation for our chief ex- and can only work half an hour at a All kinds of reduce taken in exchange for good ecutive officer and his wife is "Tho time. Beyond price to his countrymen will lw President of tho United States anil Mrs. The petition should havo tho Columbus odo, if ho lives to finish it. Harrison." iveiy, ccd and Sale gtable Ho hns always been interested in been addressed simply to Mrs. Harrison. Has hold twliticul ofiico to tho and fbwV There seems to be ono man who has extent of iH'ing a member of tho school not a friend in tho world. It is Ihirke, board of Amrabury, Mass., his home. sentenced to lifo imprisonment for the Ho is delighted with tho Australian balmurder of Dr. Cronin. Friends and rela- lot system recently adopted in Massa tives of tho othor prisoners crowded chusetts. He never fails to vote. Whittier is ti bachelor. Tho only sweetaround them to olTer such comfort as heart he ever hud died in early girlhood. W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. nothey might. To Hurko alone camo OMION, K body, nor did a soul visit him in prison It was tho child who spelled him down jlw for hire I' after sentence was passed. Kven for a and wont alovo him in tho class, as men- cjiiGoodtntn utani(silI nd n rv the mt'st cowren 1. teasonahle term. S pla tioned in his poem. He says vf hiuiftuli; lent Mint on the ri r l s tk rr4 convicted murderer this seems hard. jtf f to r I. AI RB J. HI. ITILTOIT De-alr-r J. T. STJTTOIT & CO., itr in Are still thine In the rndettakitig line U e have a fu.. stock uf Ca.rs and Caskrts nl all kinds and Kohea n Our hearse, which is of mery y new in he otiiatnn! n sriort notice Mr J (icon has chaise ol ir husmess and will h . mir g"'ds to an; one leejintr ail)thni)( in n r lillr 64 tf r . V HUSTONVILLE, KY. and ready In in the luine 1 of Old Ky. Route V ! jvoli-tic- s, r A M t i.lrsl .. I Ii Only one Night out to New York. S li I V'-si- S1 1 Train, to Washington, Philadelphia, Baltlmoro, Now York, lloion r OCT. tA all 1. . oniw, 11.1. f,,r hii1 SiiilhrA.t lo-- e t oini r I . HH.C1I KASTWARD I ,.,, V. - 1 Emin Pasha's right name is plain Edward Sohnitzer. He was an honest Gorman who put on no airs lefore ho went to Egypt, embraced Mohammedanism, became Emin Pasha, awl they say took also Moslem wives according to t'10 custom of other followers of tho prophot, Ho is of Hebrew extraction. In going back to Orientalism, terhai he has onlj yielded to an inherited strain of blood. Tho man who has overdrawn his sal-- ' ary is not usually in luck, but thoo who did so aro certainly tho fortunate men this time. Tho careful onea who allowed their pay to remain in n tranquilly wnlt tlio clu-u- i of u life which Iton lierti looRtr runt, oil tho n In ih), Inputer than I Imd rm although for different from that nun to I Untamed of In my youth. wuk-h I mil grateful to the divine I'rorhlenw, ntxl I in the moonijin ii ihr eivt, THE London, RILMV F. B. RIL.BY. HOUSE, Kentucky. Lie Stanford " liinflon Proprtotor, - " AskiMMl. . ' To a New York hospital was brought " CatUmsbvra;. . (I years, su tiering lately a little lad of I have asov.d to ay new llolaQsnid Mut " Munuafaoa . White Sulpkw from epilepsy. A hurt to his bond a P4srfi ihM vr la actMnnadatr Ike pmbht Aff riwiilMisTille. I, ' i.ood IvtyutiriWil and vty roavasttaiica 4s " year or two leforo wiw bolioved to bo " steliimera .... fjank RnRv ' rhOadlpia. . the cause. I Its was put into one of tho I I Itemarkalilo Surgery. - - K.V. tMettca " Mt Strka .1 t " frtstet) ..( t a V 1 U'wichaMtr rastXlan Lim V Oailt ' KsprvM Sun tlaily .sa 1 ji n n t pm ill 4 j I) ' u s 7 1 00 pm Oils-- MNlirtd B4 Hill I 4 ir Was jo pail Jj"l " m 1 4" i I 6 0S MB t s ... ... 10 If jilal pm ts t r rs.m,..i. Wt1... KMMMMtt, pr tho treasury till tho opening of congress aro the ones that got left. Ixss horse racing and moro bookkeeping will probably bo included in tho duties of tho otlico of tho sergeant-at-arnof tho house hereafter. w Death or Doctors. woman died recently in Brooklyn who was a believer in tho faith cure. She refused to tako the medicine tho doctor left, saying tho lord was her physician. She had quick consump-tion and died in a few weeks. Tho health commissioner declined to grant a burial certificate until tho coroner inves-- ' tigated tho case. rsumerous instances aro on record of this kind, in which the patient preferred t trust u me iwi ratimr man me uoc- tors, and so came to ins grave from con- sumption, diphtheria or typhoid fever, m several ot wcmj cases tlio friends of tho deceased havo been arrested and pun ished by law for cruelty to children, manslaughter, or some charge of that kind. Evidently tho plain inferenco in tho popular mind was that if the deceased had trusted to tho doctors instead of to the Lord ho would still be nlivo and pursuing his usual vocations on this blessed ball in robust health. Now, on tho face of it. if a full grown person in his right mind prefers to die rather than tako doctors' Etulis, why should he not bo allowed to depart in peace? Is it not a free country? Thoro is always the chance, anil that not a small one, that he would havo died any- eat ai uow, especially 11 no naut consumption, .11. .1. .!...,.. w. .... !,:. v......... ... vi'"""" v..... Particularly is it not rather rough on his surviving relatives that they should bo arrested for manslaughter on account of their deceased kinsman's faith in tiiei Lord? A young 1 1 -- For S&lo. ' livo long. MTatnifliottireil Fuel Gas. Engineers and manufacturers from vap er rine nia; one nv horse One mi in i nver l'oit.ii)ii r :iiic ; jnc b.cii II .in j p..rt person injy rious jiarts of tho country have recently dl ciaiplctc order H.C. I'Ol IS. been making pilgrimages to Bellefonlo, w ml Hue kee. Ky S.t Pa., to see the only factory of its kind in tho United StaUt). It is a plant for tho manufacture of fuel gas exclusively. EzAK a l rc The coni)any making the g.is have FEMALES capital of 0,000,000; their plant turns out 100,000 feet of first class f uel gas rWcr-every hour. The enterprise is pro- nounced in all resiects n success. It is to be sincerely hoped it will be and that Ia55ical hero is the release of hundreds of beauti-- I Jl". ful western cities from tho cloud of grime, sinoko and destruction that en- SnatL AmNTio Gives to Jhhnino of Tucheks. fehrouds them. To womankind, life is D1PLOMKS, hardly worth living in a city whnro Hoard, washing nnd tuition for each term ct twenty windows must bo cleaned every d... in vt.cks about (75. First term dpens last Tuesday in Ausust. For particulars address, order to seo through them. To bo rid at Milton Elliott, Principal. Kirksvillc, Ky. onco of tho triplo nuisauco of smoke. coal nnd ashes in a home would be llko a strip of elysium. That is what we in shall come to in all our cities eventually. V. Tho worst trouble is that two sets of gas pipes will be required for every household, if two kinds of gas arc to lie used one for fuel, tho other for illumi nation. If there were tuniMlj under 1 Ji e American city streets, as in Paris, there .3 W would be room for all the pipes, but o there are not. Probably the best thing fi p to hope for is that gaa companies will rf Q find, a way of making illuminating gas 5" 0 f B O so cheaply that it can be used both for 0 S. o e et B that nnd for fuel. w n Lm-ne11 r, p j resu. wards, his faithful nurse with him, and carefully watohud. For ouio tinw ho remained. Every convulsion was noted. MT. VERNON, KY. It was set down in a book how tho atThis old and llotelis itiU malatarli tacks seized him, which way ho threw ime n nn reSMiutioa. Ctsarxat rtuMotubte. Spe up his arms, which way ho tossed his ! atttlcii U tk travelmc pWe . ,, head, which jmrt of his lx.xly f.tiltenod vfwcomu P r"P-- . and iiectiino uelpless under tho parMi 'trn, Ky. oxysms. The Mirgeon in attendance decided, & WATTS, from a study of theso notes, that tho injury to Che chilli's head hod uaiite! a HOW LAN P. KY , lesion in acertai;. part of thu brain, and consunll) on hand a splendid line of that was tho source of the epilepsy. Ho Krrp located to his own satisfaction the spnt Family Crocorios, ' n where tho brain lesion existed. And n th.m price uk.n evpr ...han. .t n,ri all M..t.t.Un. On a given day an operation was injr- day t.ive u a (rcshiriuU fortnid. Tho loy was rendered insen cRKIKR A w ATr. 7 " siblc by ether. Then a piocoof his skull was delicately and skillfully cut outover STANFORD ROLLER MILLS.1 tho place where the doctor hod located All ncrtofl . . wishing a pleasant life and well tho lesion, Tho piece of skull was do- pcitetl in a vessel of warm, steriliml unVo,dKoii"r M.H ucVhr" ir" ... - ...i.it.. jl. t eat it o Mad. utit .... s.ic ......!.. ...., :.. js,s.8. r..v n.l if ifanvluve them and fn NEWCOMB ii HOTEL. " " Nw Yak . NoeMls...... 1 raiiM OMrtatMCoaiferi V.... . . -- t"t iv jrm ! JI fa ta kta.taa LesluttM u P ", 4i)L Ut far Rkkawad, Ky and p.4nt. Llaiilcd Vestibule frtun N Jb.fc. I SdsrKl r. s a hi an I 1 st Win. h.. mi tht K I K Sj-t- t CARRIER ncaft Kaaday Acessaiaiadariwi fruta CMir ittt and all lom aad pwtatscei Use K. rcy ams-ai I to, a as, d.di. For iftt SuasUy ii tickets, rates and Irepiri; reservation, .'. Y ''VKNKV.lickHAg.nl S A HRoMHr.Kl., T14. Aet fy hii.t. KM. Wahsaeieataad all pmit. V..t .! imafm si 1 it 1 m rf.ii raat awll froca llnbliiicioii W. V., a ad all cat siatia). atrivet l.tmioa at u.,e,p m. .u pnns.. iMcnmaaa, i - .. a I l.IIat ' tihio.t ... "III-.L-- . VRRIM.UJN j.lV !.. J ' MrRi'll.fa- Ya.. I'.Uutift.m Kt - , ' KentuckyCentralR.R. OUASS KOVTK. KENTUCKY ' v,-- ..- ,...s... ,.., ar Vi THE SHORTEST AND Jj;jB',.-u;p,,;- ' Dffill qo sW 'rjflh, , I I It was a moment of intense Interot when tho brain was uncovered to view, nnd there, exactly where tho surgeon had located it, waa the wound ho had oxiccUh1. Tho injured part was removed by tho surgeon's knife, tho circular picco of skull quickly and skillfully sown on again, tho liend bound up antl tho little patient allowed to come to life. To prove that tiio surgeon was right in his diagnosis as to thu causo of thu epilepsy, tho convulsions ceased after tho injured brain was removed, and tho child was recording rapidly at lost accounts. Bucklen's Arnica Salve The bait salve in the work! far cuts, IstssiM, sores, tilt rheum, fever sores, tetlor, chap -aad all kla arap padhaads, chilblain, nils , or ts pay raquir tion and positively cur I .. u. a nurlart a.ifi4lriilln. t ..,-..--- ..- a. j Kc .a rdar the Mill and I will guarantee QUICKEST ROUTE rrom '' a pleasam CENTRAL .nTS . SuriI11,BaMll ' .. "' (i-- if 54fAi KA8T Hit '"'"i'. iG(Si tf3& THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, No Hotel m LINE BETWEEN Proprietor th'i rrpuiition, LEXINGTON & hCHKIlfU: Sc.it h Hound I.vc CovMctoa. I.ve Arr I'art Arr I.Iin;ton I.vc I'aris CINCINNATI 1;, its, , IN KKHKcr NO N J. No , Sua and us a proprietor is determine J Krnturk) has shall be maintained I.scClCIMMtl . I v I lu IS am as Daily I o) ii m I oa ti ra m l.x . J5 No IS P P' r If W9i-pm4olp- He ha rccenll) ai'Jed to its appointments Pool and KUHard Parloi'H AFirst-Clas- s Arr Winchestee.-Ar- r . Livory Stable Air I.anca4ai.. Arr Stanford... Arr !.ivin;toa. North-lloaad. Itsehasd. it of 1 II to " 10 11 00 P in II 4 i it p ra i p.wp 4 40 P rr I' rr r 7 p jo p m . t ta a M I'o accommodate the demand. f his tacieased tet luraoul futnuhed transient patroeaze. Commercial lravelers and nthr I.ve K KhmonefT . Arr Haraa- - I f V I an i J $ ... N-- j "go 2 - ny t.i.. l'or itrA .1 a r -- a ...- - ,--. THE GALT HOUSIi. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. No- - S. v 1. Nc , K PeiHlv.'SUHlurd, Ky. 111 . 2 B cq c P ? sn C K ta c 9 1 1 9 w 14 c off cr iiy Si m P CR r Tho congressional committeo appointed to select u silo for o gulf navy yard, after a careful survey of the field, recommend that it bo located at New Orleans. Tho spot selectetl is Algiers, a little out of New Orleans. There is an riod of tho south's greatest prosperity. ohl government reservation at Algiers, Mining, manufactures nnd varied agriand it is here tho committee recommend culture are tho basis of an industrial that tho gulf navy yard bo established. progress which far exceeds that of uilher wuDth by her lor ,BB w, tansily phMcian but crew worsa. lie told ber she irua Kopeks, victim of nm.umatioti and that Olorlotts Progress. RATES $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORDno medicine could curt her liar drugiti sugCertainly tho boom is on in tho south. gested lh use of Dr King's New Discovery (or ING TO ROOMS. bought a bottle mid to ber de Among me colossal lonunesio oa reapou Coasumption; the benefited frn-- irst dose She iiantvlf h(hi found by onterpriso and industry in this coun-- , couttnuad it ust :ind after taking tea bottles the , found herself aoand and well, niw dc her own IURKIS1IA RU.SS.IN 8A1HSIN HOTEU try in tho coming quarter century prob-ably half will bo in tho southern tbiles. hou.vwork and ishs well as she ever was. Free The nine years since 18S0 form tho pe-- I trial bottle of this Great discovery .it A It Penny's drug store; large bottles 50 4d ;i. d Mr. ......Michael Curtain. I'lainnetd, wktrh .La. irmokl ..I. rtomarknblo Itosouo. nlil , avakes ci,,, ttli the An THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. I.ve I.ivmtoa I.ve Beraa Arr Rtchmoad I.te Staalbrd . I.ve Lancaster Arr Kichasond. I.ve Rtchaiood. Arr Winchester Arr Pans I.ve t.esiugtoa I.ve Paris I.ve Falatouth.. Arr Cosiagton Arr Cincinnati to . 11 4 T 7 1 s a wast 4 " 45 a in a;"."rzi" " tlMlSMiniM. ns .. t to VB 00 p 40 0$ 11 so J 40 t 1 t i a f as t p sa t a I j) 1 P p m 9 I) p m 10 j$ p sa 10 4; a ; l so a ai1 in ai w m a t tn 1 an re 1 ( u(.' in 1 6 r p ir p ro p rr. - o a Julian Hawthorne, who went to EuI 0 S: s 2. 3 5 3 oSalfljSttMaUMIjjj ,V.?-rpWiTJ :"&, & 3. & O HJ - P3 WM. ADAMS & SON, 4 II ROADWAY, LEXINGTON, ..wrsj. - KY. rMOTHERS ni...ri Krv.nRlE.NS SP .?" PMW.fLp LABORns LESSENS LIFE TD WKES.ttTH DAbr FEND DIMINISHES V'MOTHERS'x naiuo ffta: .BRADHELO REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA ,RL wr qa rope with the Scripps League working people, has returned. It was his first visit to Europe in a number of years. He 6ays tho cost of living in London nnd Paris has grown steadily sinco ho was a young man, till it is nearly as expensive A Good Cough Syrup.in thoso cities ns in New York. year. Between north and south thoro 'llwra i notlwng parent should be to careful secnis to bo almost a comploto rcvors.il about a saluctuig a coujh rup Kegga' Cherry If you want to earn 55,000 easy bore is of tho currents of trade. Cough Syrup cost 110 mure than the cheap and inthe way to do it. Arrest nnd deliver to In 18S0 tho south had 220 national ferior nostrum thrown on th market, 'llw beats tho marshal of tho District of Columbia banks. She now has 172. In 1370 her none too good, be sure aud gat HKOOS" CHKKHY Wekeeplton ham ut all COUCH SYRU1' Tothe dead or alivo body of Cmvon Edward live stock was worth tinu. A R. I'eimy. Ilruggist. Silcott, who ran away with our con- day its value is SoGO, 100,000. Deposits What A Fortuno gressmen's money. in tho national banks increased 1)9 per Is 1 good healthy, pcatl) nkin. Iew are uware cent, in tho north from 18S0 to 1889;, in of the khott time it tor a disordered Hvtr to On tho tones of tho whispering luto it tho south, 110 percent. In that section caiiw biotchu on the fact-- and a dark greasy akin. is softly wafted to tho public 'ear that 11,000 now manufacturing enterprises One bottle of IlKOGS- HI.OOD I'UKIKt EK and lo brav Gen. Boulangor wnuta to leave havo beon founded in tho past four years. HLOOU MAKER will restore this organ 10 it natural and healthy state, and cleutise the blood Sinco 18S0 southern railroads havo in- of ull impurities It mctitini; with womltfrful his islo and como to America to lecture . in order to get away from the I idy he is creased tiourly 21,000 miles. On new iuccesa. Y gunrautce cvtry bottle. A. It Ilriiggtt. 0 and old railway lines moro than in love with. havo been spent. In tho samo DRUNKENNESS-TH- E LIQUOR UaU IT--In Tho breeding of fast trotters and pac- time her property valuation has increased all tho World thoro 1b but ono euro, Dr. Htvlnoa Goldon Spoclllc. ers, peculiarly an Amorican industry, is 3,0O0,C00,000. Let us give a few moro of theso fasciassuming largo proiwrtions. Thoro are tt can be gtfn in a cup of ten or coffee without over the knowledge of tho person taking it, cflectllig a now in tho Union nearly 5,000 horsea nating figures. In 1880 0,000,000 tons of coal wcro taken from spoedy and pormaooutcure, whether the patiMit that can trot or pace their milo in 2:30 is u moderate drinkur cr an alcoholic wreck. southern mines; in 18SS, moro than or less time. Tnousandi of dtunkartls hae bcun cared who In 1880 tho south made 897,301 have tuken the Golden Specific In tlieir oolTse boliuvo they ot P's Jro J" 18S9 tho amount without their knowledge, nnd Tho epidomio of influenza, starting in to Russia, has progressed westward so rap- - wi11 bc ot los3 t,ian l.COO.000 tons. Tho iuit drinking of tin irowu tfiee will. No. rosults front its admimst ration. Cure idly that it Is now in London, nnd hns number of cotton mills shows a gain of Send for drcul.tr in.' ful' jarticiilnr.s. Ad. even crossd tho Atlantic to New York, over 200 per cent.; of cottonseed oil mills, dress in contidvnre Cfti.rr.N ariClKlc Co., 185 over 5(10 per ceut. Itace Street, Cincinnati, O 1'ienare to sneeze. I 391,-100,00s ThU notice forewarns huntxrs, nsherasen and postmaster ol Idavillc, Indiana, athvrs not to trespas. on o ir Und. without rite. ' Klectric Hitters ha. done run far a all such will tw ptorftcutvd 10 ibe full-ethaw all other nveslicines coitibibcd, for that had extent of the law Signed troubl.'1 feeling arising from kidney and north or west in tho btimo time. The John Leslie, tarmcr and stockman, Iivmsame place, of OKI) n IIOPPKK, T.J. HILL, "Kind F.lac trie Hitter to be the best kidsouth now largely manufactures her own say I.M. McrlOili'K'ISJK. M S. HAUGHMAN, ney and liver awdicitic, mada m fevl like a new KOltr McAl.lSIKK. J.K 11RUCK cotton into cloth, and thus keeps tho man ' J. Oardner, hard are mi'tchantsamc S II SHANKS, S H. HAUOIIMAN. thftiiC for MRS IIKNRY 1IAUG1IMAN. A M. KKI.A.V1) "hleclnt Hitters ulust thu money at home. Tho south used to pay town, a) a man who is all run down and don t care whethK.'I.I'KNCI., JOHN W HOI..MKS. out large sums of money annually for er he lives sir dim; he found new strength, good A j JIAYDKN, P C. PAKItlSlI, I) V. HO I.M KS felt 11st like I.OGAN, iron. Instead of that, she now has iron appetite and301 a JU.tile at he Had a new laaae on IMIILllliltT RICHARUsI)r I' JOSH ADAMS drugA, R hie Onl) H W GAINKS J (I. Mi.KI.VNKV. to sell. Even hor early fruit and vegeta- store Mrs. SAMPOKD IKWIN, JoH.V (. l.VN.V, ble trade no.v amounts to $50,000,000 a Mr AI.ICK TUCKRK JOS. UAI.LOU. Wns, limmuas, V4 Happy Hooalors POSTED. Rranch, N leave Pans I 11. at t 4 P m, arriii'i nat 10 It. a a. and 8 ki, Myvill leave .May.tUle ai 5,1 a m, urrisrin; at 7o, am .No u leava .May.cille at 13,, and arm c at Paris at 4 p us Tha trams are daily escei t Sunday No 4 j c. I.euactemtoos am; amies pans 10 4$ ant: it Snndav No lai-.- i HiunaatJlioiMnMrrivHsI'a'mouth 1 Oa thcMayseiile 00, a m and No. pa - s i, 1 1 ie st No. 7 leave. .mouth 6fam; arrtvus Cmcm pt Sundav nail 7 am: . r runs dally betw en I.estnj Traln Note too und Ciacin .. No run daily betwien Ctucianatt and !. ingloa . No a aud 6 conoectson at Winchester lor points nn the N N Ar M V lty IMPOKTAN'l -- Train of this line now arrive at and depart trmu the Central Union Pasienjc Statioti Cincinnati, making connections I ,r ah points North, Kast and West Throuch ticket and baHage checked to any destination rttached by a railroad. ror tun particulars address any acent ol the Co. 11. ILMU? S. P. It. MORSK. is? g'r A;t., Gen'l Pau'g'rAgt. Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, O. -:-1 1 .. 7 lopm; ex v ' Sinda Pa' V- - R. B. -- GEOGEGHAN, SUCCKSSDR TO- II.K HUNIING ION, General Manager. GKNKKAI. OrTllKSChamber of t omiui t e Hin'ding, Cincintiati - V. .Vl.r..)N'' Trv ,,a- - AS-- . Cltvcinn.it!, o t.Tau M'MIOHAEL, LOUISVILLE. THE HATTER, ti? JpUISVIllt NtwAlBAkY , Oil 4TH AVENUE, , KENTUCKY & I CHIMCORr - The Nobbiest Most Stylish l'un-ny- $800,-000,00- Ever brought to the c.ty ot Louisville, now open including the world-reuown- aat Stock of jA NEW FAST MAIL Lea in- hotli ,LOUISVILLE j & 10 CINCINNATI Travelers, Duly, Secures THE MOST RAPID ROUTE cttie on the Ohio and Chicago, and hence the fastest time and most comfortable trains be. tween all point in the South, or to the West and I he counternartof this Northwest. train on trunk lines is dewMflinated 'I he Limited Kxpreiall Ibe,we"1,h? jjreat commercial sJ some-thin- KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS And also my own importation of English Hats and Caps. An elegant line oi Canes aud Lyon's Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Fine UCTcat!!r.",,k Ween,P,' C'V" -- y harmfu-tlfe- ct SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, Order outGloves and other Pure, a specialty,. side of city solicited, perfect s.itlifjctlor guaranteed. Don't tail to order a NonilY HAT. Jiyr guar-antue- ney For lull information, time cards, map,, folders, etc, call un ur addrets W. C. CRUSH, T V K), tAK IIAUVtu G I' V.,Y. fiVVv a a' m VVf Ait., Stanford Bel Alonon and stick to Monon. jl you warn to sxve none) and have a pleasant jour, " T' .' ri!:''"W .ltjvllle 1