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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890011701 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. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xvii: LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD. A Hluvntor Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, L890. NO. 97. An- into tlio breast of Ills nle, who nt that fatal moment happened McKINNEY. vi iiii,viuii. i "in llrowiuw miporintciitlant sue huiik uown anu expired in me uoor-wannd miuiuKor for the oiiMiimj year. ' The crowd lied from the house, Miss (SeorKic hihI Tommio Moore leaving thu old man to take up his murentertained the club at their country dered child. He has been arrested for home on last Tuesday evening (and the deed, it being claimed that he had Wednesday in'orniiiKt and judging with threatened the girl the same day. The iliHeaxe, the That what reluctntu'o the gucHtB took their ' general opinion, however, is that the leave they inuxt have been overwhelmed ' influenza, or la grippe, has Btruek m man is innocent. Whisky was at the and neveral of our eitl.ens with enjoynient. bottom of the whole allair. Some of our citiens move no often are fullering from it peculiar HVinp-an- tom. W. H. Miller Accepts the Call. m) fast but ween Lancuster and Mida J. W . JnmeH, who .....,., ..m.. .t.... ucnnu ........ ...i. .!....! STASKOKI), Inn. Hi. M wans. CJ. F. luuiuni'tiiu mill ciiuiili nf moiUliri n ''(. writes back ta hit Kint, M. S. Jiastin. J T. Terrv, W, ll. out of thoir return home they have friends here that he has struck a hoiuiii- - Young, A. J. Henry, J. II. Carter, Anl....... ..mi., liimb in MiililloHhnm and vivo SOO nores of land ' derson Leach, Julius Gross, .las. Cook vurw.. John OwMev came homo from on which are larUe deposit of phos- and other voters of the Highland preSt. I.o,.iB Wednesday evening, lui he pni.oiH to get at and cinct: plmto. -- Theeditor.ot tlu. Sews told us Wo hop Mr., ...no it nil .ni. In responding to your recent kind and dnr or two before I. lat toil that wW 'i mMtoiwoii the enterprise. complimentary call upon me to become would eonU.i.i lui valedictory, though Ml- "itoii. who ohiiim1 a store a candidate to represent Lincoln county u.i..wilmfmNlM. often to throw ui! li "omo months ago, removed thia in the constitutional convention, should n.tch hU hrutHli and the aliens-th- en week his stock of goods to Pillion's Sta- it be called bv the legislature now inses oonte again, that we hoped another im .ut. tlou, where he w heonn,. a more sion, permit me, first, to thank you most aginary trouble, like tho. of th ,liBr. Mr. Hilton wh.lo here profoundly for this emphatic utterance hanging over his sanctum and tlint ,,,,. iimdo "roiiy Irlomfc by his stnughtfor- - and proof of your good will ami confia good night's ret would! dlsH ,. " dence and this expression of your intennlornn. hence we did nut report the in- , obliging clerks, lounge. Kn'1 1UxM)k' tion to honor me by a promotion to this formation imparted. We appreciate the M"- IMvw 'l- w" responsible position. Since the beginfact that Mr. Hughes has labored iimler ning of my business career, for more manv dilllculties ill the extitblishuient of " ""'' CHURCH AFFAIRS. After a lingering illness, Miss Sue than 20 years, I have beun intimately as n democratic minor here Rut "Rludhoo Llndhey died Friday night at hor home Ho v. Mr. Helm will lecture on sociated witli you in business, ollicialdu- like "he has hold hor noiszlo to in the suburbs of town. She was one ol at Rowland, luinl- - until t)i Iml in.llnlii'rt nsliorv. " enterprises, pleasures and friendly instance at 0:00 ' Bix "l to two yeara companionship. During all this period, Rev. T. J. Godbey will preach at --The Mockl.oldeis ol the Cltiens ago gtive prom.so of .us long life as any of you have been ho loyal and devoted in McKcndree next Saturday night, lSth, National Rank on Tuesday electa ,1,,. oxcup. ut hUIow. but that your friendship for me as to excuse, at aiulaunuuy. ohl boanl of directors with the iv '"tal, d.se.tse consump-flllnlliThe State Convention of the Young v,l,t mnv lh.1' Those needing such things would do well to call on all times, my mistakes and my follies U. C. Mullins. who3e ,,lace is no tionof Uon, crept into her frame ami stole the and to encourage mo in every pioper Men's Christian Association will meet Jacob Kol.iiiM.il. son of Al,x fr,JI" 1,lr c m,,1,1tl'1' oluHlu,,t-You have iu Paris on Feb. RMtlth. purpose and undertaking. Kobinsou. The directors rontliinu ,lo": i ...i. 'ri...r.. from her step ami hurried her to an un- known me as intimately and thoroughly Brethren Kvans and Hopper, State force. tile sumo ollictsrs and . Stanford, Ky. , j,,- ,. .. .i!ri,., timely gnive Jo in ng the Haptistchurch as the people of any section of the conn Kvangelists, will begin a protracted meet- t'l V rv... .......ww ."..in girlhood, she was at the time of her ty, and now, under these circumstances, ' t Hustonville next Sunday, tors of the National IJ.uik II. T. Noel death a consecrated christian woman. All indebted to me will please settle at once, as 1 want to close up Rev. James Rice will preach at Crab to be singled out and selected by you for waselecteil in the place of John II. fter funeral services at the house by this office of eminent responsibility and Orchard next Saturday and Sunday at my business in the next day or two. Woodcock, deed. Utindur D.ivhUon in Rev. W. T. B. White, the remains were sacred trust is a compliment and" kind-- H o'clock at tho Baptist Church. plaue of Hen Kelly, and John Storms in interred in the family burying ground. The ministers of Flemingsburg deny .1 amen Anderson, resigned. The pkteoof lies to be prized above all estimate ami elected V. U. Itobtn-ho- n The bereaved ones have the sympathy of to be grateful for beyond all .power of 'that tho disgraceful scenes attributed bord at a meeting the community in their hour of sorrow. expression. The distinction you hIiow to their prayer meeting and say that prosiUent, in place of A. H. Denny, Miss Mary Newland has returned to me is not only proof of your devotion to the report was sent out by a malicious who was elected last year to till out the school at Richmond. Mrs. Brooks ami ! me, but likewise an acknowledgement of correspondent. unexpired term of John S, Gill. daughter, Miss Mollie, are back from a my devotion to you and my efforts toad- Rev. Robert Collyer. who began life two weeks' visit to relatives in Now AlChapter 7. vance and promote your interests and w " blacksmith and is now one of the KKET' SPECIFIC cure all blood diseates, such as Scrolula, Ulcers, l'implcs, Ulcerated Throit An act to repeal an act cntitlod, "an bany, Ind. Clem Johnson, that allabte happiness through many years of mutual 'most popular living preachers, has just White Swcllinz, Syphilitic diseases In all it staxrs, Necrosis. Arc. Price $i per bottle. of all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia pleasant IKON HITTERS U act to authorize the people of Lincoln commercial fellow, was here this week. confidence, and you emphasize and make entered his 07th year. "I have never it HA VIS" Ween appetite, enrichesthe most regulates the liver and imparts new energy to the muscles the blood, Rives a county to vote on prohibiting the hale of W. H. 1'etttiH is up on thu C. V. Branch, the assurance doubly sure by having it been pick as much as a day in my life," and nervous system. I'rice Ji por bottle. of the best worm killers and expellers known to the medGATLIFF'S WORM SYRUP is made liijuoraaiu! fixing the penalty for the holding down Fl'it Lick agency. Messrs. to come from citizens of evtf ry occupa-- l he Bays. ical profession and therefore recommends itself. It is pleasant to take, safe nnd reliable. Price S per bottle. T. Mrs. Silvia Rolph.of Alabama, went sale of limiors in said county," approved Joe Coffey, Henry Turner and J. tion and all political parties. Should 1 GATLIFF'S MAGNETIC PILLS lorall Liver Cemplaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, Price April lUh, lSSu; said county to vote on Chmlwick went to Middlcsboro Monday have the opportunity to serve you, it to hear a sensational preacher, struck Ac. Acts as cathartic. sale to 35 cents per box. the trade by the night. The former will expatiate with a will be my greatest "encourage merit and the min'ster in the face with a hymn ft Manufactured and lor Haiti reiwal. WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., jj, Ky. lie it unacted bv the General Assem- - view of locating; the latter will continue highest incentive to ellbrts of noble at--j hook and hugged a man who was sitting blv of the Commonwealth of Kontuck. his journey to Tazewell, Tonn., to visit tions and patriotic conduct. near her. It was necessary to bind her l. That an act entitled "an act to his mother. Pretty Miss Pearl Trumbull Before receiving your call I had con- - " ropes for safety. BOGLE authorize the people of Lincoln county is with her sister, Mrs. Clara Boone, at sidered this matter, and now in response . for Superintendent of Public Is a Candidate ln er"orl?m- to vote on prohibiting the sale of liquors Mnywood. Miss Lida Kdmiston is home 8.iv to von that if the convention is or Schools of Lincoln count j. KIcction August, 1890. A couple of elegant rooms 011 Lancaster Street, , , . of Mr. Lewis Dudderar, penalty for the sale of altera delightful visit to relatives at tiered, I will be a candidate, and with and Hxing the suitable tor offices, millinery or bed. rooms. th Y "wr U' W.G WhLCH. M. liquors in will county" approved April Kirksville. Judge T. W. Varnon, I). R. this statement I an, able to sav further I"? ' Carpenter ami W. H. Miller were here that I have received many flattering and midnight, there fell asleep to know no Is a Candidate or Clerk of the Court of Appeals, ISSil, be and is hereby repealed. Nth, ! nk",' the tubjoct of tins subject to the action of the Democratic party. J. This act, repealing the act aforesaid, Saturday, speeding the minis of the dear encouraging assurances of support from k'irlh Eire .ion August, iS "ketch-M- iss Mary Johnson, after shall not tako elfect until ratified by a people. from! every section of the countv-a- nd To Rent years, pa... ulillness-ngei- lhs Squiru J. A. Chappell, whom every- majority of the votes cast at the election least, the neighborhood of Iny ger.ng and A Small Engine nnd Boiler, body knows for the interest he has taken boyhood-qu- ito hereinafter piovidod for. as emphatic and gratify.1 ".ce June 1st. S6J. . three in nths. Address, "Aunt Marv Johnson, as she was fa- -, County Court of Lincoln conn- - in politics, is being solicited by friends ing as from vourfielves. X The ,' Houses to Rent. For two rand condition of machinery, stating price known, was born and reareu Capital to Build ty shall order an election to bo held at to become a candidate for assessor on an I promise, rn advance, so iniharlv W L McCAUTY, Kingsville, Ky. If elected, A permanent inetmrnt for a few jcars. with ' whore nlie died; u part of her life thu various voting places of said county j independent ticket. We asked thesipiirc far as J am able, with the assistance of I Inquire at this o'.lice. nmpU security. for the on Saturday the l.'ith day of February, how about it in a recent interview when those associated with me, to frame a con-- 1 "',BO'1'1 ' n Crab Orchard, but . WALLACE E. VARNON, he delivered hinixelf of these words, s million that will be a guaranty ol good past lo years she has been an inmate of 1SIH), at which all legally qualified voters S. O. DAVIS, Attorney at Law, and there of the county ahull be entitled to vote, which though laconic, are strongaud full and economical government, aecurrng to the farm '. of Mr. Dudderar, "The Mill hut to PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Stanford, Kontuoky. and shall appoint the neeohxary ollieers of party fealty: "I have always been a uverv citizen equal rights and privileges were no visitorh at quality and security in life, hbertv and property, whom Aunt Marv's was a welcome Ml'. VJCK2sTOX,JvV. to hold said election. The polls shall he democrat of the sainu Will practice in all the courts of this nnd adjoin-n..;. sadly missed by counties and in the courts of appeal. kept open from 7 o'clock before noon as McCreary, Ruck nor and the other and especially to protect the weak against presence. She wi be Office next door to Whitehead's DriB Store. ', lOflice over McRoberts & Stagg's drujf store. these "' bv the lnumbers of the family, Special attention ris en to diseases ol children - worthies under whom we are enjoying until 0 o'clock al'tor noon, and the quethe encroachments of the strong, and to though not related by any tie 77tf. tlon shall be propounded by the ollicorsj homwt government, and I do not pro-t- see that no cituen shall bv the exorcise,"whom, of blood, she was very near; but most you for or against poo to abandon the ranks for tho sake of each voter. "Aie power be deprived . , , child HARRY A. EVANs, wi I her OhS ratwaling lh present piohihitory liquor of tasting a nines of pottage, however de- - o his propertv without due process of """ " law oi Lincoln county?" and his vote hciuus it be. I imagine the dry bones of law, without just and valuable compen - l01 "iUI ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, I Thomas Jellersou would rise up out of sitiou being first made to him. All the has known no other mother, hhall be iceorded according to his SI AN FORD, KY Having never married, Aunt Mary's their charnel-housto bnuid me a trai- the energy and capacity i have shall be 313 Fourth Axenue, I. The poll Iwoks of the election tor. No' whatever be mv fault von will faithfully devoted to your interests. Ev life was devoted to others. She thought Engineering and Surveying in - by thu third section of this act never hear of mo my vote ery idea and suggestion of my constitu- no sacrifice too great when thereby those allAbranches. Energetic shall be returned totheolllcooftho Cleik when it is needed to push the old demo- ents will receive proper consideration. I she loved were benefited. G. A. BENEDICT & CO., by Wednesday after cratic wheels up the grade. My fortune will inform, myself thoroughly and unselfish, industrious and kind- of Lincoln county jinon .... 1,,,. nf,. . , Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, the election, sealed and signed as othei is wedded to the deinocracyand whether ..n,l..,.vm!"t'"t,,. "U1,tsl ",m "'" "l" """ I keep on hand's No. quality ol Jelhco. Lily poll bookB are required to he by law, ami I die president or 'unknelled, uncnllimd to shape my conduct thereby, as far as one of usefulness. STANFORD, KY. and Niit Coal in my yard Leave your orders at A loving tribute was paid to her mem. Yard and they will be attended to promptly. tdiall bo opened and compared by the or unknown ,' it and it alone must de possible, nnd iu all respects, to tho best HicdiNS. Wells drilled to order and Pumps lurnished at J. Starlord, Ky. Judge, Sherilf and Cleik of said court, (.jde." Possessing such loyalty and wield-th- of my ability, servo you constantly, in- ory by Elder Livingston, for whom she 62 factory prices. 30 regard, and her result ascertained and declared by WK HS il0 ,OOJJ ,js prtv8 imt0ii in the dustriously ami usefully in my ellbrts to had held a 189O. an entry on tho order book of the conn- - kimh portion of the county, Chappell frame for you a supreme law that will mortal reinains weie laid to rest near LV TXT ty court. If a majority of the votes cast m8t sooner or later come in for his share keep our great State abreast of the times Goshen, of which church she was a il-member. She was loved and is mourned sd favor of a repeal of the prolnbito of party recognition. nro in ami secure good order, education of the Near ChappeU's Gap, three miles people, an advancement of wealth by bv all who knew her and yet we sorrow ry law aforesaid, then the first section of LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE ILLUSTRATED ..lisiwi, f,,PlliOT.aSUIOSt; WUIIUlU.ilu,c. Her earthly this act shall take elfect forthwith, but south of hero, a terrible tragedy was en- .,, ..Il'nrt. iv!H. .... -' l, I"ul'" """ 1..V.' Harper's Weekly has a well established placeas RAILROAD. . i' if a contrary result be declared, then the acted last Thursday night. A party of all, and generally a promotion of happi OUUUlli.a v,i , " l...... the leading illustrated newspaper in Ainerua shall be in- young people gathered at tho house of ness", lint I desire to say thus early, in the "Home beyond tho river." wild first section of this act The (.rcat The fairno ol its edilon.il comments on current ...titi.. s.AU Ai.n..H far It thu restiect and cotlli Tts sweet to think when all earth's cnr.i. Joseph Estus, a German, to enjoy operative. that the wild, visionary and speculative readers, and the variety and dence ol all impartial And all lile's pains are past, and dancing. Annie Bowman, tendency of this period, which oftenexcelleuce of its literary conttnts, which include THROUGH TRUNK LINE. f. Whatever may be the result of said We'll lay our esery burden don. serial and short stories by the best And must popof Est us, had, times is fruitful of a reckless ami wasteelection tho county court may, not less the pretty ular authors fit it for the perusal cf people of the And calmly rest at last. he eekly widest riiuge of tastes and pursuits. than three years thereafter and upon it seems, invited the revelers anil had ful expenditure of public money, wrung suppluinellts are of remarkable snriety, lUcrest Wc tnnel many a ru),rK(i roudf years, upon tho given a special invitation to Jim Nick from tho people by taxation, loudly calls to brintr the and value No expense is spared each recurring three With I'hmugh many a desert droar; highest order of artUtii ability to bear upon the kind of a fellow, for and dumatids a careful and And oftentimes our hearts are faint, written application of not less than 51K) Smith, a royster-doystillustration of thev shanseful phases of home and Mexican romance from the r. :,. i.i.mrv Q While wandering weary here. 'nf thu legal ami qualilled voters of Lin- whoso company, on account of alleged restriction of the power of taxapen of Thcioas A Janier will appear in the Weekly m ibyo county, order an election as pro- intimacy of the pair, Estus had warned tion to prevent under a pretense of its to think how torran'a night coln 'Ti sweet Louisville Will brighten Into day, not to keep on pain of exercise, robbery and spoliation, and my vided for iii section three of this act, at his To Nashville, As tofily fades the linicerins !lht. sub-- ' death. Smith, with some companions intention would be to protect you in this wliiuh the same question shall ha Per Year: We'll breathe our life au ay. Memphis, of said county and came to the house drinking ami because $4 00 milted to the voters Harper' Weeklj direction. It has generally been a maxAnd then amid the joys of hcavuu, Atlanta, Magaunc whereof shall bo ascertained he could not danco as often with thu bo- - im that capital is timid and labor is agHarper's tho result We'll sreet the locd and lost, : s llarimrsllnsar and declared and have the samo effect witching Annie as ho wished, raised a gressive. Hut for the last few years the Montgomery, And know the bliss of souls forgiven. , Harper's YotMK I'seple provided for in section four of this row with some of the dancers. A scene us With tlio.c we've mourned (or most. Little Rock, order is reversed. Capital has become i'n, Wise fr to all suWrtkers in I'nittvl State Clmig net. Provided, however, that no elec-- t Canada or Mexico. .l.nil Im bad under this section un followed, and Smith to intimidate the tho aggressor, ami by aggregating itself Mobile and Now Orleans. Bogg's Ohorry Cough Syrup til at least -- () days notion thereof shall crowd pulled his pistol and discharged it through tho medium of "combines," and The oltunes of the Weekfy bj;ln with the first When notiine have been given bv pi.blieation a in the toward tho floor, but the hall instead of "ti lists" it now seeks to aggrandio and is cisini: splendid sttisf.icilonto the tied and numbor for January ftfuoch your. begin with the Newport News &Miss.Valley Co. nows-i.apbo is mentioned, subscription will Stanford Intkuiou Jouux.a. or ponctntitig the puncheons, buried it ruako itself tho master instead of the ser-- the sales are positively marvelous, whuh can is number current at tin eot receipt of order. published at Stanford, Wentucky. accounted for in no other way except Xhat it Only one change to points la Hound Volume of Hurper s Weekly Tor three self in the calf of Smith's leg. lie fell on vautoi me ministries aim ousiuess trans wilHioseut by o. Tins act in so far as it authorizes voars Uck. in neat cloth bindluc of expense . nsee thUcVuinekeep actions of the country, the evils of whichs A. mail postpaid orb) express free you the election provided for herein shall the bed crying that he was shot, but already as oppressive as they are ar- - K ieny, DrusRist the freight do not exceed Ji per volume this was only a trick of Smith's aro . take elfect from its page. . security is need-for $r per soluniu. parent. Protection and HaiivkyMykiis, Cloth casus for each solume, suitable toi bindEMIGRANTS to increaso tho uproar, tho wranglers did ed iu this direction ami w ill be all'orded Jumoa T. Uott, Carml, 111., Saya: mail postpaid on recript of Ji by Speaker House ol Rupreat litntives. dollars doctors bill for his ing, will be sent racket. Estus becoming to ypil Should I be your delegate, SO far! He paid thirty-onnot abate tho Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive Approvd Jan. S, 1MK). one bottle ol maaiieiu ""e'mittince. should be made bv postoHice money one year Special rates. exasperated now got down his gun to as I should he able to accomplish it con- wife Regulator and h.r more good than all order .r draft to aoid chance 0(0,1. J. W. BUVA.V, S. B. Bt'OKNKU. a aeenti el this Company for rates, routes did Again thanking you for your kind not ... copy this of fcenatu. disperse the crowd and restore order iu Speaker Av or write ta New.iupuM.ne tho medicine she had taken before. II. Hale, sideration, I remain C P ATMOUK. G. P. . T, A., druifKist, Carmi, III. Write Hradficld Resjilator wi.hout the express order Bv tho Governor, IIAUPLR A" UKOrHLLb. his home, when the weapon was acci- Address LouUviU e, Very faithfully your irieiul ami oiieui- - Co.; Atlanta, (5 , for particulars, hold by Dreg, " ' 81 Geo. M. Adams, W, II. Miller. gist A R. Peuny, Stanford. ! dentally discharged, pouring its contents ' out servant Secretary of State. K y. ' Tlif directors of tho Lancaster Mill Co. met on Tttesility niul -- Henry (i. IMiiiiiiiicr, a citizen of the r. Ct'ilar Creek locality, died 8iililely ilny night of pneumonia. He leaves n wife and two bilht children. m1 week Jolui Anderson bought of (ieow IiolmciU I ncrcH of lain! near the 'depot, on which he will begin at once j the erection of a commodioiiH dwelling', riipidly-sprvadin- g ... ......- - .. i... .....,...fi.. (,.,.1:,.,, .ln..M i':t. .... , 1.HI...I .. nniL-i.- broad-side- d ..-.v- . ....... d I Hi-i.i- h pim-linso,- ! fti hr. j - j 11 t.nre 'u.....v..u..w. ,... M I i - ''owes to Mississippi last 1 week. Ad Catron bought of G. M. Given 1'0 cotton mules at ?10." per head. 0. .1. Crow sold to John Tewmey 12 yearling mules at $120. Ad Catron, of Somerset, shipped a of cotton mules to Atlanta, Ga. from here this Having sold my stock of groceries, I ofTer for sale privately my week. d John Tanner, who has been to his bed for several days with Lu Grippe, is out again. Mrs. J. P. Crow has been notilied to meet with the io Fisher heiis at the Louisville Hotel, Feb. (Itli. Johnnie Wilcher and J. C. Colliusworth, of Middleburg, were hei briefly this week. The friends of Miss On Main street. On it arc a splendid stable and corn crib, which are Fnnna Fair will be glad to learn that "nearly new, as is also the fencing. The creek runs through the lot. she is fast recovering from a hovcro attack of Ia Grippe. Misses Katie Cox and Mamie Connor, of Cox Creek, Nelson county, are viiting Mrs. Win. near town. I'rof. Niles, of Waynesburg, came up last Tuesday ,,il8 t:,k(, w,lh I,,s fnmil' "P his abode at the old Verandah Hotel. He v. J. M. Coleman, of Macon City, Mo., who miles from Stanford, on the Crab Orchard pike. Small t About for a long time had charge of the church at this place, was here on a house and good water on it. Nearly all in grass. short visit this week. car-loa- d con-line- ,n"'""l J. A. Givmis shipped a car-loa- d of NOTICE Lot Containing: 1 Acres 51 Acres of Land yi y, Itap-tis- tern-tie- s, ""' "''" 'k , A Columbus Buggy, nearly New and several Rocking Chairs. T. H. WALTOIT, slowly-advancin- g. v -- a v i - 1 j i ' j The Great Remedies e ; j Williamsbur i ' j "' "'. JIISS KATE FOR RENT. F. Brlnlcley 73-- tf hn-one- ut WANTED Wanted. I i "", gj-2- 1 84-t- J . ' --- --- j truu-blu- e ,' g ', , o j ..." "- r. e or-doi- '. 1 .- - ,,,.,., - WOOD WALLA6E, Men's Outfitter side-trackin- g Louisville, Kentucky. 1 1 1 ..-.- "" Attention, Coal Burners. 1 11 j o life-lon- g j Harper's WoBlsly, Cs. 110 ..nl I 'I...... J mirth-makin- g step-daught- 1 SOUTHfe WEST g&Mm&3d&d M3S- er well-guarde- d -- step-daughte- r Harper's Periodicals . 4 ' or 1 X$$ 111 1 - l (pro-vide- ARKANSAS& TEXAS. ee -- e 1 e Je',"t "" . fl 1 -- acasrr - T 'H ii ' I ii isqi llr.itK it is again and it has the familiar look of an old friend. It is cabled from "Vienna th.it in a short time tho Star of Betlilohem will bo visible, making its Stanford, Ky , January 17, 1890 seventh appearance since the birth of Christ. It comes once in 315 year9 and is of wondrous brillianco for tho space W. of three weeks, then it wanes and disappears after 17 months. It will be a sixth star added to tho live fixed stars in the DEMOCRATIC TICKET. constellation Cassiopeia while it remains in sight. V VAKNON Kor County Judge, THOMAS Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal P. WALTON. The bill asking the repeal of the tax on tobacco was tabled 54 to 17. A bill to increase the treasurer's salary from $3,200 to $5,700 is being discussed. Mulligan has up that old Sunday night's storm was wide spread chestnut, the removal of the capital to nnd at numerous points exceedingly se- Lexington. vere and destructive. Tlio towns of Tho General Assembly appropriated Clinton ann Wicklille, in Hickman and 510,000 for the sufferers by the storm in Goods, Cloalis, . Ballard counties, suffered terribly. At Southern Kentucky. goods been Iqw, we the former 11 persons were killed out Edward O. Leitjh, late editor of the to right and 53 injured, several of whom Paducah Standard, has been appointed have since died. Some 70 odd houses Second Assistant Clerk of the Senate. were either blown down or hud their A bill to punish tramps nnd vagrants Look best Tlio Court of Appeals finds nothing roofs taken oil" nnd the destruction to with from 5 to 50 lashes on their naked wool wool property is estimated at 5100,000. At backs was presented by Mr. Cooper, of to reverse Tom O' Prion's case on nnd he Sh A 0c will hang soon at Le.iington for one of was no loss of life, but Marion. Wicklille there wool many persous were hurt and much propThe Boyle county prohibition bill the most cowardly murders ever com50c- wool erty destroyed. The scenes at Clinton was again postponed till next Wednes mitted. 75c best Amos A. Lincoln, a young iiuunte almost beggar description. Kverybody day. The legislature nppears to be de be wool of a New York hospital, saved tho lifoi was panic stricken and the wails of the cidedly W. B. of an asphyxiated girl by allowing the injured added to the horror living and The governor ,M fane-ps- . of the hour. The storm lasted less than Fleming, of Louisville; 1. A. Spalding, of physicians to transfer two pounds of his week be to come 15 minutes, but it was an eternityalmost Morganfleld, and John F. linger railroad blood into her body. The suspension bridge at Cincinnati best commissioners of Kentucky. to those who experienced it. Many members of the legislature are is a paying institution. Its nut earnCalvin S. Brice, now opposed to the convention. Mr. It. E. ings in issi), were $11:1,032.22. on which It is Senator-elec-t the legislature of Ohio having conferred NVurren said to a reporter "I voted for a dividend of 15 per cent was declared. that honor on him Tuesday by a majori the convention both times, but I am It is practically clear of t'obu ty of all the votes of tho body. A large publishing establishment, against calling it, unless it is clearly Foster received the vote of the re- shown that a majority of the legal voters the Baptist Book Concern, is shortly to publican minority in spite of Foraker, have voted for it. I don't want any un- be started in Louisville. The capital ,S7 el. iSsXIJXTGOER, M&TST Halstcnd and his other traducers. This constitutional convention." stock will be $100,000 and promiuent is particularly tough on Halstead, who Baptists are its stockholders. Mr. Ilichardson, of Meade, is out for expected to be elected Senator in case a "reecord" and he presented a bill reGov. Buckner ought to let the its course or commute the sentence the repuclicans had n majority, and the quiring that banks be taxed nt the real Bucklcn's Arnica Salvs fact that he could not even secure the instead of face value of their stock nnd of John Green, sentenced to hang at Tb best salse in the world for cuts, bruise, lt teller, fser empty honor of a complimentary vote that their surplus shall also be taxed. Georgetown. He has ngain postponed tores, ukNchilblains, corns hii.all skit, ciip and rxd hands, shows that the desire to vindicate him Cashiers are to make reports of their the execution, this time to February 2fl. lion i anil nsMilivnly sure pries, or Ha pay lequir It is from tho censure put upon him by the value under pennlty of forfeiture of char-teCotighlin, Burke and O'SuIlivan, tho ed moneygssaranteetl lu pise perleit satisdaclw. , I'rie it cents per bos relssndesl or I 1'or alc by A K Pmnv.'.M iiitord, Ky of Senate refusing to confirm him Minister Croniu murderers, have been lodged in Ac. shared by his to Germany, is not at all By Mr. Warren: A bill to amend the Joliet penitentiary to spend the rest Tho Now Dlucovory. be to party. You the local option laws, limiting the time of their days. Kunze, who was given talking have heard your friend and neithbu's of . a' out it Vit isMy yourself be osie of the years, lias neon granted a for which a vote on local option shall be three a, imliy ivbiTknow Iron personal exporteisec Juvt Congressman Wilson has n bill before If )ou have over tried it how good a thine It ' binding to three instead of two years, because the of staunch Congress to authorize tho Secretary of In New YorkStato Wednesday live you are onethin Usabout it friend, Hlc mien a wonderful forbidding wholesale whisky dealers to i, when the Treasury to refund to each State 50 sell in quantities less than five gallons, generations of the family clustered about trial. Dr. King's Ne Discover) over after hold a ftlnee in tbchoitsc If you have never utod it per cent, of the internal revenue tax and enacting with that all local option elec- a chair ovor a century old in which sat, and should he attictcd troohlc, a cough, cold or an) tile at secure throat, lun j or clieu from and after the paid within that State Mrs. Mot t upon her hundredth anuivor-siryOils, Boohs, tions shall be held at regular elections. nee and give it a fair trial ft it guaranteed of tho bill. The money, accordpassage Trial bit lists tree time or money refunded diessed in the rich habiliments of Mr. Warren offered a resolution, low first-clas- s at A K. Penny's ing to the provisions of the bill, shall bo which was adopted, calling upon the her early womanhood. ooods. good to accredited to the State and may be Secretary of State to furnish tlio total At elevator nt Baltimore burned Tho First SUp. Perhaps you arc run down, can't eat, can't sleep best workman-lik- e drawn by its authorized agents to be registration of votes not cast when tho causing n loss of $750,000. Tho British cant trunk can i uo anytmng to yoursaiisiacuon I utilized by tho State for whatever pur- people voted upon a call for a Constitusteamship Sacrobosco, which was lying and ) oil wonder what alia jou Yost should heed the warning you are taking the first steplnto ner pose the State legislature may direct. on a nertn tonic and in tional Convention, the object being to alongside, was totally destroyed, involv vans prostration remedy for Elcctru If the bill becomes a hw it will put see by ing a loss ot iloU.lXAJ. llireo sailors are restoring Hitters yon will find the exactits normal what percentage the votes cast your nervous system to many millions in Kentucky's treasury, lives. healthy condition. Surprising results follow the exceeded registrations not marked voted. thought to have lost their but there are numerous objections to it There is said to be very decided opposiThe losses by tire in the Tinted used this crest Nerve Tonic and IsAlterative. Yourappetue returns good diccatlun restored, and thn liver and kidncjs resume healthy and it will hardly pass. tion developing against the calling of the Stntes for 18MI nre stated at $ir,!),:y0,007, Try a bottle Trice Joe. at A It Penny'saction drej on which an insurance of $7i),3!)7,04S was s.ote. Thk AraericanCiisualty Insurance and convention. paid. The losses in Kentucky amounted (To tho Editor of the Interior Journal A Child Killed. Security Company has been organized nt Frankfort, Jan. 13. Sitting in my to $.'1,885,075, upon which insurance to Another child killed by the nsc of opultt given Baltimore, which is remarkable for the was paid. the amount of $2,iJ10,S desk this morning, my mind's eye Why mothers kivc in the form of soothm- syrup fact that it will insure almost anything over the general make up of the The Cincinnati Enquirer tellB of a fa- thur children such deadly poison is surprising buildunder tho sum from loss. Besides House, my thoughts were directed to the tal accident, which occurred to Itev. J. when they can rel use the child of Its peculiar warmer, ings and nil kinds of property, it will inI)r troubles editor ot the Intkrior Journal nnd his W. Johnson at Huntington, W. Va., contains by using or Xckcr's Uahy SootherA KIt no opium morphlno Sold by sure the wagps of employes, choses in neighboring representatives und I invol- while he was being raised to the Itoyitl Penny action, credits, profits, &c. It will also untarily came to the conclusion that the Arch degree in Masonry. Tho paper Is Life Worth Living? guarantee against embezzlement, t,heft group from your section was one you claims thnt the person taking tho degree Not if you ko through the world a dyapeptoc. breaches of tni6t and contract and many would be proud to mention. Just run is let down by a windless into a vault, Or Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are a posyjve cure and divers other things. It does nor say vour mind over tho list and see who which is to represent the ruins of King for the worst forms ef dyspepsia, indicoatton, flatGoods, Shoes, ulency and constipation, liuaruatecd and sold by that it would insure every old maid n they are: Warren, of Lincoln, Stephen- Solomon's temple, which ho is to Bearch A. It Penny. husband, but we suppose that is .underWooden son, of Mercer. Welch, of Jeasnmino for the ark of the covenant. In letting Cna t Sloop Nltfhta stood. yc. Bruce of Boyle, Smith, of Madison, nnd Mr. Johnson down tho rope broke and Is the complaint of thousands sufTurinc front asth Hon. Jamus 13. McCrkaky has nlrendy Tomlinson, of Garrard. While some of he was precipitated to the bottom of the ma, consumption, coughs, etc. Did yw ever try r "2 been called upon from every county in the counties mny have had their equals, vault and received injuries from which Dr. Acker's Knglish Kcmedy It is the best prep Sold on a nation known for all lunj; trouble. his district to make the race again nnd he I venture tho assertion thnt it hns been he died after greatsutfering. d Jofby A. K Penny oposltive Eiiarnnlee nt 'S Co there Nesi dour to Portman House. said to tho Times thnt ho was willing. a long time since tho entire group of Wo Can and Do Didn't Alpiec!ittft tlio Compliment. No man has ever bad a more enthusias- counties was so ably represented. And I overheard n remark by n Indy a fow tluamntoe Dr Acker s Hood Klisir, tsw it lias tic mid solid following among his con- look over the list of committees and see from old how they were regarded by the Speaker jvenings sinco nt u reception. Tho lady beun fully demcnolratod to tho pooplonf this coon stituents than tho gentleman in question is in iho neighborhood of 40, trythM it Is superior wall other prp,rnlsos for Madison. Washington Cor. touisvillc nnd his advisors in the make up of the btood diseases. is pitivss euro for syphMstk. ttill charming in face, figure and ropar-lepurl Times. Correct, nnd they are going to list. Besides occupying good places on poisoning, uicors, erup ons and pinsplsts A gentleman who had not seen hor keep him in Congress until he is chosen other committees, Mr. Warren is Chair-- ; for twenty years npproached and hesi- ties the wool syslooi and ihorosmhly bttistt up th constituUoo. A. It. Penny man of the Committee on Criminal tatingly asked: to the Senate to succeed Mr. Beck. Laws; Welch is Chairman of Railroads; "Is this Mrs. A.r" A Duty to Yoursolf. It is urged against Hugh Mulholland, Bruce is Chairman on Printing; Stephen"It is." It it ourpfttinie thnt people will us a cosnusoii, Jr., whom the president appointed post- son Chairman of Codes of Practice; Tom"I know you at once, ' tho gontloman rdmarv pH when. tby can secure valunMo l master at Paducnh this week, thnt he is linson Chairman of Committee on answered. "I havo not scon you for "due for the same skoney Dr. Ackw's not a citizen of tne town. This racket Claims, and Smith Chairman of Commit- twonty years, and you look jtibtthosaino pills are a positive cure for tick headoeho Mil ail liver troubles The) arc mm1;, sutstt, usUy taken Is Receiving His now as you did when a girl." won't work, however. If you don't be- tee on Constitutional Convention. "Gracious," replied tho lady, "you and do not gripe. For sale by A It Penny. lieve it ask the two kickers here. There G. P. Keli.kr. Yours, don't say so. What an old looking girl is n more serious charge aguiust tho tiov. Stone was inaugurated gover1 must havo been." Truth. NEVS CONDENSED appointee, M. F. Pedigo, at Glasnor of Mississippi Monday. Tlio prlo other Give him a call; gow. He is charged with being a do. lighters are glad (iov. Lowrey has stop- Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Just Ilo HlchOiI tlio Dog. Prohibition was defeated in Lynchped down and out. fuulter, but it is likely n weak invention burg, Va., Tuesday by a good majority. 7 ... A dispatch from P.ra.il roportsa muof his enemies. There is always a dog .i.sxuci-T.v'Senator Blackburn has offered a bil fight when the pie is fed out. tiny by two ri'giiuentsof artillery, which to retire Lien, lhiell on a brigadier genwere not subdued until KM) of tho rebels i FouAKCK is only a private citizen now eral's pa)'. had been killed. Kighty-onshares of Clark County and n mighty small one at that. It was Wq iPiKMDlPo A Good Cough Syrup. thought at one time by some people, in- National Hank stock nold at Winchester last week at $100. 'I litre is nothing parents should be so cnreful cluding himself, that when he let go the a cough )riip IlcgS Cherry about as Jn tho Bradord, l'a. coal fields vkj. ? ' ;Jrft. 0 i.Kl ' m universe would tilt over, but four days . v . Cough S)rii costs no more than the cheap nnd in derrick's wore blown dou n by Sunhave gone by and it still seems right The busts ferior nostrums thrown on the market side up with care. It is hoped that tho day night's storm. none loo good, be sure and it IlhCJGS' CIIKKK V Kstl.or tireoly Clovelnnd, sister of COUGH SYRUP Wckeepiten hand at all obscurity into which ho will go now will A K. Penny, Druggist. nuts. the late Horace LJreely, died in Now be so dense that 1)0 will never be seen York this week. again in public office. What A Fortuno Helm Jarrot murdered (J. V. Hen Is a KOJd healthy, pearly skin. Kesv aru aware of the ahurt time it t.r a disordered User to Two Missouri physicians, not being derson at a tlanco in Davis county anil 3Ir. Ilart Miller (gunning down at cause blotches on the face, and a dark creasy skin nolo to kill the people fast enough by made his escaped of lIKOGS' IH.OOI) PURIFIER and Tho Monarch distillery at Peoria Abbeville) You're tho worst one I over One buttleMAKER will restore this orjan 10 its their ordinary methods, got to shooting shot ovor! Why don't you go Into tho IILOOU ateach other, but instead of injuring burned ami with it 100,000 gallons of natural and healthy state, and cleanse the blood bushes and hunt instead of dancing of all impurities It is meeting with wonderful themselves, shot three bystanders. They whisky; loss $1(,000. success, W'e guarantee every bottle. A R Pen around me liko that? Judge. bo punished forthis, where New York last year spent $1 7,000,-00- 0 ny. Druggist. will probably on her public schools, hiring :tl,U.S7 as they might have killed the same citiAVImt Could Jolm Do? LIQUOR HAD DUUNKENNESS-TH- B John Clara, I've got an important IT-- In zens with impunity by negligence ami teachers to instruct l.hOD.OO? pupils. all tbo World there is but ono euro, Dr. UainotT Qoldon Specific. Mayor Taylor, of Frankfort, has question to nfik you. physic. Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture It can be Kvin in a cup of tea or colVee without Clara I know what it Is. You wnnt vetoed tho ordinance forbidding tho to 'M re the knowledge ef the person taking it, effecting a and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such goods House fyy a vote of Tub sale of cigarettes to persons under IS mo to le your wife. I dreamed it, Well, speedy and permanent cure, whether the pitient can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be contake me. fused to appropriate 575,000 to reiinb-Burs- e moderate drinker or .in aUiholic wrvil. years. John (rather nonplused) You dream- is a thoso members who lost their pay Tnousamls of drunkards have been enrol who vinced that I noli lower than tljo lowest. Tho hegira of negroes from South ed it? by reason of Silcott's rascality. Finley have token the Golden Specific in tneir coffee Carolina continues. The colored peo C Yes; I dreamed kfit night that without their knowledge, and believe they alono of tlio Kentucky delegation voted ple are leaving at tho rate of .r00 per you nsketl mo what I am asking you, quit drinking of tl.ciron Ifieo will. No hnrmfu- proposed steal, Mr. Wilson castfor tho and that you took mo in your anus nnd effect results from its administration. Cures guar day antl tho tendency of tho ing his vote with tho democrats, who is towanl increasing rather movement kissed mo nf ter I said you anteed. Send for circular and full particulars Ad than dress in confidence Uotni.N Srtcmc Co. iS generally voted against it. What could John do? Bouton Cornier. Race Street. Cincinnati, O HVbr'. County Attorney, JOSEPH II. I'ANTON; County Clerk, GEORGE H.COOPKR; " Sheriff, J.N MENEFEE; " Jailer, SAMUEL M OWENS; " Assessor, CD, KENNEDN; ' Sup't of Common chooli, W " Surveyor, HARRY A EVANS; " Coroner. ARCH CAHSON ' ' LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. James M. Fortner, the absconding Treasurer of Kansas, only had $ 125 in his pocket when arrested. Ho is known to have stolen thousands. F. S. McKernan and S. W. Goode, leading merchants nt Adairville, have assigned. They are the largest failures over knownju that section. The legislature of West Virginia is in session to determine which shall bo gov ernor, Fleming or Golf, with tho chances strong in favor of the former. Tho blnck measles is epidemic at Fordsville, Ohio county, and vicinity. There nre 25 caes in tho little community. Several deaths have resulted. Dick Hnwes, the Birmingham tieud, who murdered his wife and two children and threw their bodies into a pond, will bo hanged on the 2Sth of February. Tho Naval Board of Policy will recommend, in their.report to the Secretary of the Navy, the construction of 112 vessels at a cost of 5280,000,000. Whew Last week 1,421 persons died in city, nearly double the number in the same week of 1SS1). The increase of deaths is due to acute respiratory ! New-Yorullec-tion- s. CLOSING OUT-COS- T Owi?ig to the unseasonable weather, we are Determined To Close All Our Winter Goods Out At Cost, jj-c- Such as Dress Flannels, Jeans, Yarns, Overcoats, While prices on all hinds of have astonishingly are determined give you a still greater surprise during this week's sales. at the following prices: The Lexington Yarns in all colors at 70c per lb., worth 00c; all red Flannel 20c a yard, worth 25c; all red twill Flannel 2oc, worth Joe; the best a her Flannel per yard worth 45c; all Tricots in all colors 3S in. wide 40c. worth all Ladies' Cloth in all colors 54 in. wide at 50c, wortli The Cotton Jeans will sold at 15c ayurd, worth 25c; all Jeans 80c a yard, worth i'r. and all Calicoes, including Indigo Blue. Simpson Black and, unci testers, Gloucestcrs and all other best brands sold thi at 5c ptr yard. Don't delay; sure early and secure the bargains at Jix-Go- v. THE LOUISVILLE STORE Stanford, t Main M. S AGEH. law-tak- e rhe-ui- r, Having purchased the interest Mr. Staf, will conduct the business at the old stand, where I shall new-trial- former and new patrons from School pleased supply the wants all y Full Stock of Drugs PainU, style. cry respectfully, V7. B. and Silverware at prices, for have a Jeweler, ready do watch I and jewelry repais in the Wall Paper, Jewelry MoBOBERTS. J JONES BROS., General Merchandise, Full Stock of Holiday Goods. run-uin- g - The only Store in Stanford thnt suit the Dru Boots and Fancy Groceries, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, and Willowwure, e I e. 1 1 -- 1 1 M.6.RUPLEY.-- ling-lul- iffy. Kaft-lis- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. t e vo, ..l y o SEW FUBSJTUBE STORE! MaVCi;( H1CTOTf'MA l:.',-00- 6Ffemms m "-- scli-ctmi- ; i y o. BRYANTASTnATTON Businhss Couege Pt r Orin lAfrrti t otmi-iitt- Mi in ltmuKduunniiL; this county !5(I7 Trmmint Tub total of the assessed property in ishs-vmlfcSS. , MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 27, -CI which is $81',- - Fannie Chasteen, aged 111, were married thislyear. STANFORD, Ky., JanUAKY 17, 1890 Tiik election of hank directors resulted at Mr. Lucas Hardin's yesterday. Lowes, a post village in Graves counJosh Drown, n young man of the ty, suflered great loss of property by in the selection of the old boards in hoth Ices thsn Samuel Holmes, aged run over and killeflijv an electric car in and Mhs Louisville, mnking the Second victim harlie Schcnch, a young ; boy, wan STAGG & MeROBERTS Successors to Bruce & McRoberts, McKinney neighborhood and Miss Nel- - Sunday's storm. A number of build- Desire to announce to the public that they arc now ready for business, of thu iustittitionn here. K. o, w M,TON, BUS. ManDRor " ' at their new stand, recently vacated by Owsley & Craig, cor. lie Goodo were married on the ings were blown down, but fortunately . t let the laying of the T, , ., in Main and Lancaster streets, and ask a share of your was killed, though a child died no one e pavement from the to .Main LCftloranKO ,))ofiaom8 mU8l pny $1 ,M.r patronage. They keep constantly on hand from exposure. MEANS BUSINESS. street to O.J. Ncwland at $80. spray, and if she wiiiiLh a bouquet it a full and complete stock of A. It. ... Court-Hous- i NEW ADVKRTISKMKNTS pole f0 to IK) feet takes about 7." sprays. I'enny. A maiden of 1KJ summers has sued long. Must be of locust or cedar and Watciiim and jewelry repaired and for Binall as possible. Apply to W. I. Wal- n rich old coon of 00 at New York warranted. A. It. Tunny. P V II L, I C breach of promise and llxed her damTiik bent place to buy drugs, patent ton. ages at $100,000. She is represented by inediciueH and toilet articles Ih ut A. K. Penny's. is said that pulverized Alfalfa has Daniel Daugherty and he by Hob Inger-soiIt buvyour Hchool books, ink, tablet, not failed inn single instance to give paper, pencilH and whool supplies of all immediate relief and a speedy cure in Thomas Dunham, a widower, four kinds from A. It. IVnnv. And Horses. Iji Grippe. years more than double the ago of his HATS, and a bride, was married Wednesday to Miss PERSONAL POINTS. Tiiosi: who have not paid me their ac- Lora Ixjng. The old man wants but lis4, I willscll publicly at Mt Sterling, Ky , on up Coi.. V. (.;. Whun went to Louisville counts will greatlv oblige by settling tie here below, but be wants flint little Friday, February 14, 1890, at once. Please take this to yourself if Long, it seems. Wednesday. t Five Jack, jo Jennets and about 35 head Hones, Mas. W. M. O'Hhwn is visiting her you have not paid me. II. 0. Kupley. The marriage of Win. K. Perkins, the Jack, include one 3. year uM, two yearling, and two weanlings One of the weanling it imp. husband's mother in Maiioti. TIIKOwi.no to the absence of the common- the clever merchant at Deo I.ick, to Miss Itardaux, the other by the great Alexander. , of Crab OrchMu-The Jennets Include Imp. Zalinda, the dam of Lebanonoccurred WedAi.uk wealth's wit no 'r 8. the case ngrinst Alice Denison at llordam. and In foal to Alexander unce la.t ard, is visiting Miss Ixmannn Uudderar. Thomas ltim happy pair passed up to very tine and her fi ilie murder of Annie nesday and theafternoon. The Lebanon Apnl Shcu l a sure to beanimalsuperior. produce In tins by Alexander very Miss Uiikw IIoi.mks, of Ijiwruneebiirg, Ilowmanw.is continued till next Thurs- bis home that lot of Jennet, there li nothing over 10 years old is visiting her Uncle, Mr. II. K. Wearen. day Standard says: "Miss Denison was cashier and nothing old enough but what has produced a And will be sold at greatly reduced prices. at this place. colt. Seventeen ol thesr Jennet have been bred Mu. ani Mie. Wm. Hot stun and little of the dry goods firm of Messrs. J. U. to, t think, as good a Jack as lives, Alexander, are 14 STAGG & McROHKRTS. Til business of Mr. T. J. Hatcher has Phillips A: Co., and numbers her friends and I thinkthe or 15 of themI'rincein foal. l'authea have been visiting at A. A. Horses Is Archie 7998, a Among become so extensive that he has been only by the limit of her acquaintance. standard hred trotter, 15K hnnds high, 5 years a show old, a fine mover, totind Mu. A. D. Owbn was called to I.ily compelled to employ an assistant and lie She is one of libation's prettie.it young horse in any country. invver respect ami black, Kagle Denmark, ijVJ hands luKh, crs old, sound, a natural yesterday by the sickness of his brother, has secured the services of Mr. Charles ladies and Mr. Perkins lias won for his saddle horse head and tail in richt place, very Kelley, a lino workman from Indiana. If. U. Owen. bride one who will be a companion of hanrsome. bay, good we, coming 1 venrold, u Kasion his joys and a sharer of his troubles. J. W. Tatk, of the hustling saw mill natural saddle horse:, Rood tle, by the Rint 1'ivk hogs were stolen from Hon. (5. Kosco, who sold for Si, loo, out of Kahin by W. Tate A Co., Hrodhoad, was here of J. liwuty. A. Ijickey Monday nielli. They were in Wednesday. I'erchcron stallions, earning 3. Two FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. I ........ .Ut... .. .i.i.i 11...' .....;. I..... . ... year olds, good ones " ' " " Mis I.auia KuM.ua, of Harrodsburg, old Six I'crchtron geldings, Kou Salk. 10 good yearling mules. . . .... .ner uruuier. .ur. ,.iu.mku n en IliroiiL'li a imp rut in the fence. Mr. fine sire and ready lor work. ' im vismiiL' vi Ijtckev and others traced them nearly to D. W. Gaines, Stanford. Are headquarters for Several urade marcs, 3nue fillies by Mambrino Forest, out of good mares. Keller, Jr. John Duddorar eoldto L. K. Wells Ilestdes, a number of cuod young mares and Honey villo and there lost track of them. Mas. A. It. Pi.n.vv, who lias been sehorses For an information address me at Mf a pair of aged mules for ?:i00. &c. Sterling, Ky Catalogue of Millions Jacks and venty alllletod with la grippe, is someTin: supervisors made a net increase A Carter bought of Nick Jennets can be had on application by January 15. Givens C HOWELL. what improved. luniks of $00,000 Perkins, of Garrard, 2'2 cotton mules at over the Plows! Plows! Plows! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel MiMHfl Nan asii Kittik Il.umiiMASiire which at (I7J cents $100. woith of property, visiting at Mr. G. It. Knglwuian's in the on the hundred amounts to $111 ."0. As A. R Moborly bought of 0. M. Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no Shelby City vicinity. their p for the entire time they were Spoonainore a pair of mules for Mas. J. M. Wiiav went to Unisville at work IhI.ui$-plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to it will be seen that SL'L'o. I tlesirv to sell my latin of about 130 acres, situmiles north of bunfnrd on the yesterday to seo her little they earned their money handsomely. Silas Anderson sold to Herrin, of ated about li pie, opposite the old church There do good work, or no sale. Itush llmHcli A sk your neighbor. which arrived Wednesday night. Hbo.it jo acres In whunt and balance llockcustlo, S huntl 1.000 poiiiul cattle at arethe farm welt ct in timoth) r)t; thedwelling I .1 iVH rsMimml uliiirmi of the Witli- (iood r.. xi . .. n. of ..t .....i i.rr.Tiiiir f four rooms and I in hen and a splendid new -l ClIHH. l. . is.. barn, is well watered and feme J. l'oesion can ,s"" .i...,,i, ,.3.i' j iirfnl Motel, nt ttoii vill . and will be miui.il ...uinnliiv rurKiiit A crate of HlrnwherricH grown in the be given immcdiU'ly. Tor particulars, see J. 1' frtJin Oovinuton to Mwiid fcwvornl weeks giau 10 nave my menus miu me misvi . Valley, Stanford, or write the underpinned at stop with m,;. open air waa unippeti irom K WITHERS. hie imblie eenemllv to Cincinnati, Ohio. in Ourrnril. II . V W..I. reasonable ami my Dick (Irntiii went with 1.31. Uslcy My rat, are very Tom Wood sold a lot of feeders lit ( Mpzmn. . V....I...1H i ...iii tin. table will be iinurimjStfl. liood livery A. S. W .Ml.lll VIIIU, Him n lit i.b..' i..i.m MoihIhv, l.loO lbs. at i'lX: HustonI). & Carpenter, 8tn- - aUnched. SI RGEDN 1)1 MIST horse tniiniiig burinw from that T I 1 f J Some other lots sold at 4. VINO. ....uflll .irlinrt James K. Osborne bought of Monroe Ofli. e 'jii Mam itrtet, oer W II. Mt Roberts' JJrus Store, tanfenl. Mm. M. M. Ham.h.v returneHl from .Mr. j0ilM Traylor i I .ecr, a 1)STIUBKY. jack lfij hands high at fexa Whi..Nly briiiBinB with her her m ditillery $tKW. Jinchester Homocrat. piumnillong to slnrt ho pretty niece, Mis Fniiniu J'f Ad Catron bought of Uobinson and llwar tiilbert'H Creek. Thin, the lnrKu wUlbi.tlio!iiwtof Mm. . Mi,,Il,rJ0.ie.Mr. w.n.Tniylor will build on the Givens, of the West Knd, 20 yearling FiM),. thu Knoxville Tribune wo learn :H.tuoMih qM hive rcmoted my offiLe to mv residence, oppo Mr wUaI1 inulesat 102.60 nnd of J. F. and II. G. ojo site female College, where I will .e found at all that MnfttorM... Peyton Imn been rl,OMii ' HfOlI REID. yMh ku)M guUc Gover 10atS75. time i .linL-tiin tin. Central Ntvi 1119s Hank of that section whether pro . to J. W. Herndon, W. C. Cash sold the )eople af that city and jilaitnl on the oxeeutive hibition N defeated or not HOARDERS ami one yearof Madison, two ilyear-olrommlttee. ling jacks for Sl.'-'o-O and to Carter fe GivCol- - Chaihhm k, who remembers it Gm. H. Ititi'iK, we lonrn, Ih ho well have rented the property of Mrs Cath Ilailey ens 3 mules for $)0. street and am now prepared te take ploiwed with MidilMwro that he ha en well, MyH that theynr lSlfl was a year Elder Jos. C. Frank sold to John on Lancaster boarders Terms reasonable. Day boarders taken partnorohlp with his brother, without a fumuier. The winter precedlured into .titan as anybody Aptilvto llurke, of Mason, his tine 76 acre farm on beLU; wvfc:vr hr. .S. II. Hrnco, and John II. FWer to ing it wiw so exeodingly mild that lires EliMviile pike, 3 miles from Flemings-burg- , aVi.,t lively real estate business. were scarcely neeefvary, about such at f 75 per acre. I Goods, Mm. Ma h'v lion man, who with her winter, apparently, as the present one Mr Roberts k Briscoe bought of Mis Virginia, has been no far. In 1S10 there was snow attractive little daughter, Combeht & Allen, of Hustonville, !S Goods, b9 been boarding at Hamilton College and ice in June, July and August, and cotton mules at $i)o and shipped tliem L,ots crops has just go' to housecurcoly any for home time, from Moreland the Mth. In the corporate limits ef Rowland. keeping corner of l.imetnno and Mux Stockmen would do well to note the &6 TitKitK is nothing new in the petty 11 J. DARSr, Rowland. nell Streets Lexington leader. large sale of jack, jennet and horse was partner Hk'ht against Mrs. Courts over the post MishMattik Co. who C5T All Fresh and Sold at the Lowest Possible Prices at l'ORor two who opposed ner stock advertised in another column by with Mrs. Courts in the millinery ollice. The one hopelessness of their C. Howell to be sold at Mt. Sterling on business here for two years, returned to recognising the X3. cause, and the justness of Mrs. Courts', Feb. 14. AT A She her home at Oreonsburg Tucsi'-t- y. In Cincinnati feeding cattle are far have about concluded that Mr. HarrisIs n very excellent young lady and made on may issue her the commission to hold short of the demand at 31 to 3i Othei Cor. Main and Somerset streets, Stanford, Ky. I will tell the house known at the ntimorous lasting friendships here. Hogs are from 1$ to 4 J. and V. the ollice to which he hud appointed her grades run Mbspks. Hkusiiki. V. HsKim stronger Ht 3j to 3.60 and so are sheep with the concurrence of the Senate. V. Jona-- , prominent citiziJns of Columat 2J to 0. bia, are in town for the purpose of disC. K. K. Capt. V. 11. Spradlin was It is now almost certain that the Vere cussing with our commisiionerH some here yesterday with his completed sailles fire, which burned Bell Boy and ForUNE TIIOLbAND DOLLARS cash. proposed changes In the charter of the of the Cumberland Kiver ntilroad V2 other line horses, was started by an Cumberland railroad These gentlemen from Howland to Columbia. It shows n incendiary, but the guilty scoundrel is The Cottage opposite the Railway "Model Grocery" you will find ato i:rontlv in favor of the road and say Depot, line with no grade heavier than not known. there will ! no trouble aoout Amur no-(uoUu thu )t)Iu ftul lhnt oniy at one same I'M Stokes, of New York, the man Kormerly ccupi.Hl bv H K Miller, at the iMUing the place for EiGHT HL'NDRI.O HOLLARS noint. Much of it is level and can be who shot Jim Fisk, ollerod to pay a dolCoffees, cask. It mile at built at 11,000 a mile and not lar a pound for any two turkeys that SiMCsVlislusMliri)'app.riV to !' W F Ken CITY AND VICINITY. Goods of liberal estimate will cost over fU.yWO should togethur weigh 100 pound.-.- . The tdy, Ciab Orchard. Cheese, best FoitstK.x fruits, iNiulioriHud fancy cakes UMkjg ti,B average for getting thu road prize has just gono to Edward Ray, of OTrUNHEIMFR, j shape for the tien not e.(vedingU,0()0 No to tale Street, New ork At It. Xiiiuner'H. 71 im Coldwater, Mich., for two weighing 101Ci(Jurs 'rum heie to Columbia. With the nghtr pounds. brow u 'Vof.wavgwmwit,u;n?Miin,e u.co b',KTKHN pounds Tobaccos. lw tmlll,k. The Blue Onus Trotting Circuit tforsl. .h. Myers. i,, Ketting eapiudista to build the road opens at Shelby villi? July 111, and conMe carries "an I lis stock is always clean, fiesh, full and attractive. ohang of! tutri the ntptnin and otiieis interested tinues 11 successive weeks, Eminence, A Wrick v N. wilt mtk I Tiik of Queoiihwnre, Glassware, Tin- and Woodenwarc. Mr. assortment treent Somerset are in high feather over the prospect. Sharpsburjr, On II Cooper street,m at Uvsiratiic on ipied bj ut Danville, Harrodsburg, fcchudultt next Suiuluy. , ry pi.n.t ana tun t. nil Maysville, Lexington, Paris, Winchester. ut.u.md at ,l Vn'i" f kV! ."h?.' c:r. Give him a call and he will make it to your advantage. and sventl (hairs Tmtitit is nothing more delightful than Coi.lmhi-ford, K. Following. Cynthiana and Cincinnati. ()r (. m M, Koithki, the assembling of voting folk and that of in forsalobyT. It. Walton. tht order named, stakes for two, three Wednesday evening with Misses Mattie J N MENKFEE A C SINK trotters will be opened boots nt Ovhiu-Oatseloaks and huavy to meet Mi. .May and . land Millie close April 11), and cost at H. 1. Towers & Co.'s. rurnor, of Ku'huiond, was no elitiiio by each member, to PROF. W. F. NILES in most cases will amount to more than save, if possible, will open Dealers In- aeeou nt for 1SSU with A. A. War-- j from thoonoral rule, average Yofii S500 each. The purses also will for the bettor, i no elegant nosiuhses is not jiaid. Tleanu tatll anil settle. on. run So00 and will close later NORMAL hatl invited a number of their friends Gentry Hros., of Lexington, have the prohibition amj. roj,ally did they entertain them. TiiKliiw to resubmit t or--. ionn ' IwiX-iven hi full on our lirst The hours wore from S to VJ, during bought of Harvey Cobb 17 head of mules J !,t.Kfo,TO.. question is '"" Of G. K. Iliad; IK) llUlles for l'nmary Ilcnartinent AXNTD which time that hospitable homo was a for SI, 700; Interaudiatr Uepartnu-n- t l,nS' 10, Thomas Gibson ,..l Nrmal Depittment Hi'ttiin of btillianev and iov lonir to bo $107.o0 per head; of ... ,. r and Scroll Work, .....-.- . Ji.u Mouldings, ALIn! n.itroiiACe isrtMrticuliir-niiil..a- i.Mres', i. nt Mu.Ja.mh8 Mamot, of Mt. Vernon, h8 . U. UUeilllUll ml ;orkBuarintteJ Ol - remembered by the society "i people Of lllUleS 111 ?l Ntntcy, ry. SlI.r'-.been granted a patent for an aneinoW. i tf ll7.5lltier bead. .1. W. Smith AXTD Stanford. Miss Turner, who is one of BCQi!. . greatly to sold llo head l,l07pound rattle at 1 cts. Cedar and Locust Posts. Richmond's prettiest, added Lumber Yard. Mas. I. M. UitriK received n tele:nun tlie pleasure of the occasion and impress- Harvey Cobb has engaged to sell o5 acres We'vwll carry a lull stork orctcr) thing found In a stat-inA C SINK, llusiness Manager. from Mr. J. T. l.ynn, In Iuisvillu, as being the possessor of rare of his next corn crop at SI. 50 a barrel. A. ed all that his wife had presented him with beauty and accomplishments. Misses Black bought 184 acres of laud of T. K. ri,3 M th (Most nrJ most pP"!"' srltMlflc pnfc.lshJ-a llneirl nnd hs tli larsl Portwood, of Texas, and Twidwell, of Gibson, near Republican Church, at rcilHt pnper of Its ris in lli world. KniTHT. t Hustonville, were thu young ladies SSO and Sam Shearer 'J15 acres near Red ?iiay il "tnlt"d wrck(Tclass c.I V.iot iwcinwn Coi.. FAiM.KSEit luus scored a victory in fend Ini": ruh.lshed House for iJisUOO. Richmond Climax. r distance. Knnrinnnths trial,!. a C..PT. l'rlrt.tHT-iihaving Col. Bradley's man, Woolfolk, present fiom -' Pash, of Marion, has bought of I. MLNNM O., I'l ui imikii", J" !"""-.from the Paint Lick postollice removed DEATHS' DOINGS. &G HDITJCB-CIS- T & BUILDERO C. Terhunc, of Mercer, lOo mule colts at ami W. W. Ward appointed in h!s stead. O col S105.50. Friifinn of Scientific American. Woodcock Owens bought ol J. II. Criscillis, deputy revenue . contains ..1.....1 Tiik cold wave predicted for Tuesday lector under Albert Scott, died of pneu- Ware, of Mercer, HO lambsat 5 and IJ lltli.vjrul.liie plat Kncn issuo ami ntr I country DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, cents to be delivered on the 15th of June !... .rP nutilio btilldlnits. Minunms tho ,o ..1 wasverilied to a considerable extent, monia at Williamsburg. SSa fuA 1'lans and lor I'"" .M??' .iichwconlempliti; NN A turned warm at oiiuo and rained Advocate says that Mr. S. V. nnd loth of July. John Higginbotham The but it 1'l.lJl.isiir.Ki. FANCY ARTICLES, &C Another cold wavo was Kowland has news of the death of his recently sold to J. A. Doty :15 young 2ict acpjf. for M hours. rnaj be s rcur. though tho'nur brother, James It. ltow land, at St. Louis. mules nt 5. The lamb market is openhuiiIst- ml br booked for yesterday, Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. tntrT" St a (.. who c.urv didn't get below 2S. Ho was 55 and hud id ways been delicate. ing up in this county, a great many Iihth had over experience and have rendu oter 40 The remains were brought to Richmond lambs having been dropped already, and linjii) applications f..r Arnerjcaij and rr. Columbia Spectator says. "The Tiik ii.r lundbouk. lorre.. for interment. tiro selling for Juno delivery at prices ..i..ii natvnts. pondeuce strictly cunailential. location of the Cumberland railroad has STOCK OF WATCHES, D. X. Prewitt THE LARCEST Walker Illitine the oldest son of the irom 11 to 5J cents. Stanford to TRADE MARKS. in tho I at. now been completed from Secretary ot State, died In Washington boughfof I). W . Dunn, of Garrard, 175 engaged In ca your nmi k Is not rurtstcrctl CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. ns apply to this place, and Capt. Sprudlin is wethers and lambs, to bo re- - rn omce, protection,Ml send for HandUHjis. City after u few days' illness. Ho was corn-feluuneilato map of the line. His Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than in making a not quite 35 years of ago and was Solici- ..i.iirml lwtviiii now and tiie '20th at I! CIII'VKIUIITS for UM'Vt, cnam., u. the lowest. Watches, Clock's and Jewelry He. f tba cost of the line, which were 20 fall lambs or. N. V paired on short;nolice and warranted. road could j tor of the State Department under the cents, and of Colby Jenkins carefully made, show that the of hH father. t,t.sk.iui. oirut SCI I1110il.A1. at 4c Atlvocnte. . administration bo constructed cheaply." CoMKiuul nettle your account. Waxtki). A ting l. JACKS, Gents' Furnishing JE1TETS Goods, Boots, Shoes, SALE LARGE SUPPLY OF CLOTHING. -- Sti-aiit- i GStoofe of Overcoats is Vry- Larero, 11 4 HIGGINS & M'KINNEY half-bloo- .... hall-bloo- I d - v Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, o;-- 4t Farm For Sale. loj-lian- d , grand-daughte- r, 1." i 1 .... 1 1 ! .iitru-Mu..- ! iv"i i ' SlT&a Dr. PUICE, r; I REMOVED! 1 r ..:... d WANTED. Butcher Knives, Sausage Grinders, Lard Cans, Sage and Pepper, Heavy Groceries, Fancy Groceries California Country Hams, Canned .Beans and Hominy; fine Syrups, 1 pros-ocut- o 11 For Sale nti-e- tl. Twenty Building -- -- Candies and Fruits, j SALE SACRIFICE MARK! AUDIIT'S, Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, pro-lil- AT A. A. WARREN'S Sugars, first-rat- e 1 right-of-wa- VT ' I - Jlolasses, Beans, Hominy, Rice, every description., the Soaps, Canned Preserves, Jellies, Pickles, Cream Sauces, Baiting Powders, Extracts, and - ! House and Iot, II ! "j bu-r'u- y i.in. ! , ; .".,.. four-year-ol- d NOTICE. SINE & MENEFEE, Laths, Shingles, Etc., BXXNTDS BOORS Brackets , i ... . . . rof Y school, ROUGh AND DRESSED LUMBER, .... ' A . . . nic-tt- u i nt ,.'!. GSLSK, 3 lD """" ' Y FATEITT WIRE SLAT FEITOB, firsl-cla- s n plr j .CO Mo PENNY. CTtt , iV- . '' n'" WBLBB. sptcttK-atuti- . i M-ii- . d ''rlfril.li -- ".II e . &&&& &i tb&, ... . , Sj.M ,.A.fci.. ' RtfEi WtwHiwiiiiwniki,TiinipfS'' )lMfMt4lHCIMWHHHK; Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal I MY There 1st Mn-nxt- GARRET HOME. Published Every Tuesday and Friday x $G -- PBIl YMiVIt.lX ADVANCE When not o paid of the tlity. for tho tnlnd In tho visions I Anil net', Ot n Knrrotrooni, down by tho liny, And tliiMliMr ont' that ahnro It with mo. lof-Hslitf- for the nnn 'mid tho tolls j $2.50 will be charged.- - Whon nt iilKlitfitll I K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Rowland at ; oo a l s jo n m. in , returning L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1131pm 131 pm . . Hail train going North South Eapress train " South Local Freight bwifon that horkons mv heart to the Ini, Anil the thought or It iUlckcn my .tui tut. uwuri". And .ihiittciiH the dl stance for tnu. TIioiikIi It walli limy bo nulltlcd of pictures or iialnt. And Itn riiKed plua ttoorlnjc from eurpot-i- n ir free; And It- furnitiiru iiieacr and gn nnd Thcn-'f- eatv, turn from my labor and The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about ao minute faster The latter train alo curry passenger North North sou in.. .. i!57P" ..630 Dm .. 'TN a home and a hnveti for me. weihled to JSJPm There I peace In my KiirreV-romease, And quirk I ur iimlnt, Andimitcfiiieontentment In llttlnRdetee; ittnl ynimtliy added to tlnno. That are eeter tlitui rlehe to me. There truth in my tntrrnt; uli! Jdwel so I,et the rich have Life oOVAl fHOYALFSW.1 ntrel In with iniiie.und with me. t.cAhu wimltliy dtednlti ti; wtwt ert we fur tliU down by (iod uillei on our Krret-roor- i And thee; fmlltlei near their Ktihl, our wealth id are polonl, , thou hulnit ven our trial are tinUnred with Ull!-In the home tltutVa Heaven to inc. V. It. ieabrook, in Yunth'n Co in pan Ion. tlueH; "Dear niol I worked and fussod half a day oror that," said Mrs. Drako, looking ruefully at tho expanso of snarled-timills. "I couldn't make head or tall j of how that bought pattom mount 'oni to go. "Ulp them out, Katlo," said Alice, "and I can drapo It for you in a fow moments, if you'll lot me." "Now, did over!" exclaimed Mrs. Drake, an, under Alice's deft lingers, a few graceful looplngs took the place of tho puffs. Then with directions for n amid little pressing, she said good-bya shower of admiring thanks from mother and daughter. Alice took her way to tin house of young Mrs. I'ardo, who was one of her good friends. "Yes. Alico, I'll take the book. I'd take a dnion books if thoy would show me any way to ninko tilings a little smother around my nronlilo. My bands are oso tied with thiMp two children that have no time to we to things In the kitchen; and if I had, I don't believe things would lie much better. Wo'er living the forlornt kind of a life. Frank is half sick most of the tlmo, and I'm beginning to think it's the wretehed cookiitf. Ilowonn a man live on poor broad all the time and bo wollV It's sour one week, and heavy tho next: and that's aliotitall the variety n u e, of 120 mllos. RECENT EVENTS. A Chicago company has been organized with intent to pipo natural gas from UVBT, tho Indiana Hold to that oity, a distance I. M. BRUCE, m m FEED STABLE, STANFORD, KY. model of an American artist may uot bo brought hero froo of duty as tho production of an American artist. So baa decided tho Treasury Department. Two IlKATiurK (Neb.) inon have patented a portablo corn busker, which I." drawn through tho fields and husks tho corn as clean as could bo desired. It Is claimed It will husk twelvo acres a day. A YoP.vn man plowing on a ranch near Gait, Cal., found over sixteen hundred dollars. Ills omployer kept all but twenty dollars of It, and left tho plowman to plod his weary way in tho Held. Statu.uiv wrought in Italy aftor a traselcm. SrKCIAU ATTENTION to COMMKUCIAL. Hortei and mules bought and sold horsesand vehicles used ill lisery Onlyhrt-ela- s cr.Ki.siiLTOisr CKAIl ORCHARD. Dealer In KY. J. T. SUTTON cfe CO., HUSTONVILLE, KY. Are still In the business and ready to do any thins In the I'ndcrtnUnt; line. We have a full stock of Case and Caskets of all kinds and Kobei of evujr description Our hearse, whlih is nearly new can be obtained on short notice Mr J Oreon has i harve el rur business and will sttov anything In ot t .Mir guods tn any one needin 64 tJ line 1 Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Conoral Lino of Crocorlos, I ancy Candies. CroM Ties, &.. All kinds of Product- - taken in esclunije for j;oosl lloou, Shoes, Clothing. Hardware, Queens ware, Tln are, Furniture and a I , we "Too bad!" said AJle?. "I wish with all my heart I could yet you a good hare." FrrrfxG IfiTusELF How Altco by Noblo Btlbrts ennio Solf-Supportl- lnt. Bo- - 'Well, thorw's om tlilnff certain." said Alice llnriios, "1111 not likely to pet m null unless I got It for myself. Puro And there's anothor tlilnjr very and Unit U. how I'm to do 1U I'vo purity, rtarel powder net r anc Thin More economical tliouplit ami thonjrlit ttbout It: and the strength and whole be sold in than the ordinary kinds .nd can not don't oe my tray. All compelitioti With theiriiliitude ot low test. hort more think. Sold only in the wNe folks iiowailuyaurc writing anil weight. atata r phosphatepoa-derUAKINt. POWDER CO., can talking about jrlrL--i tloin? far them.elves. inn Wall street, New ork Thuy suy. Find ont what you can do host, and then do it." thliijf best R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Is."Hut ofcan't do any that people, that can any the things make a living at. 1 can't teach, and I DENTIST. ean't write stories, nor do OiTiceon M m strcrl, o,,iwiite Portman House, fancv-worI'onn only do the common u.t given Tor painless Nnrous Uide MP suits. tiling: and father wouldn't xtraitiiig, every-daSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. let me po away from home to do these, oven If wanted to. which I don't." Alice was situated exactly as a great DR. W. 3. many young girls llnd tliemsehes. Tho oldest girl in a large family with a slender income. h li.nl picked up a anil had UfficelSouth ide Maii trwt, in olfi:e recently moderate amount of schooling , Kv. vacated bylDr. L F. Huffnnn, 'tanfo-ddone plenty of work, "'he could play a Utile.' paint a little, and sew and cook a great deal. The younger children, for whom she had given willing service, were now growing old enough to assume their own share of the household buro 'er Ejjine tixao: one One power Portable K sine one Feed Crusher, all in dens and Alice began to ilnd tlmo to complete order Will ll any part a person may think of things which she wanted, and H.C. POTTS. want lluckevc. Ky iMngit which she would like to do if only sho knew lioiv. "I want inure bonks and want more clothes, and fathor has onough to do without my looking to him. Oh, dear! I wish had been brought up to something regular to do; but how roulil bo'.'" With a tender thought of the mother, whose right hand .she had been all through thee years of struggle, she took up a monthly niiigaxJiie which had strayed into her way. ww " This is just the kind of a thing I'd ia like to take. It's full of good talk Spccm Amr.'ji Gi,s to Tminiso or Tiachirs. about girls hlping themselves: and ten tiyine. before the year was out, I l:...,r.!. wli,s ..11J li 'ii m fnr earh term of twenty might get some suggestion that would r npri,sl.l 'Ilieviay m.i show me a way. Hut I couldn't afford r i..rti nUis audrev-in A,.. MllTON ELll.T. Principal. KlRftSVIllC. K ( it any more than I could fly." In turning over tho advertising pages, p a, her eyo fell upon tho torm for subscription. of tho ''And one to tho getter-uclub.' There, now. I might try that. S; w I could do anv amount of walking flbotit 3 and talking. Five subscriptions and a 0 should have iu It's no harm trying, E? CS t anyway." To think and to aet meant one with o Alice: and It was not long lieforu sho was entering tits houn of oiip of lier ra p neighbor in the little rambling country 2". O jv town. tn t t .May I oolite in?" he a.sk"d. pausing K - POWDER Absolutely . ccr-tai- n, 1 I 1 k. y I PENNY, Dentist. For Sale. ; H4-- jt 1 1 1 toll-wo- rn 'qgli'n, (loieal 1 00 ntiitiss . ! , p I5 1 I Bo'w CO MS O m, re at the dour. tn 2 p p e EJ p ? e? w 1 re b 3 c . a IIPjaaatsnFswLai 1 CD W? -h e -!. W a. csg p m 2- 52 J2 A w 3 g 2. o p. 3 & e n cr & P WM. ADAMS t LEXINGTON, MENSTRUATION brt MONTI4LVRICKMCSS 8RADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTAGL Do you think that in general. can do at home the rest of the what 4 tiiuo will pny for my b.srd and lodgKY. ing?" you. on Mich 'tnings. Mm. Drake'.' It "I think it will." gives a lot of iiu)iiiatuii about doing "What I ea.-- out .ill" vlll elothe mo things at !ioui'' and a good deal moiv. : I am 'IUe yonr hc.irt. Mlns Alice! I nevor Rft&Ti for, tfheu any of iboiet aredono v: hate a moment for reading, even If I with me. there will surely !mj another could atlont '' eioney. and I can't. ISnt to whom I can tit In u, 1 do hope .niM h;:.' good luck. My.' Drtrre, in CTirtftian Hegist r. ain't yoii ma I- t.i.it hat look just like a new one:'' Some one hsHug;'st.-- d that, instead JJAjPMIFIC Ye. tli it !j.. i':i hin t like It," of imltutiirr He- idea of bii'Uling a tower p yY rPtn rt world's a lial'-.'i'am TOH.iFUllPNl ,.nflB3h".il (aid room ...iii .ifi tfKl.i'istib. n entering- hlghur than the otn il - the adopted uc ik". .it dis.'onbe i' toe fair of 1S. in.' guug of (Motivating ii dene tent en be in the earth 'Il IU mule. to wear this d'e i tJ s than has yet beeu '.unto. touch-up & l SON, 1!" W AY, "Oh. deir. yes. of courw you can. Miss Alice, if you'll only oxetuse the mess I'm In. set aside my other work to see if I couldn't flx over the children's last summer hate millinery costH so much, you know, when there's four of Vm, and myself, too. though every body knows don't spend much on myself, hut the girls is gettin' a little fussy since they've grown so big. and it's hard to suit Vm any more; and tho same way witli theiy drosses. They want uior fixings ahoid 'em. alnt satis-fle- d no move with .Icne Ann Perry's work that just does plain sewing but thinks they ought to huvu a reg'lar At a dollar a day! Now, look here at thin." With allhorsymuflthyforMrs. Drake's perplexities, Alice could not help smiling at her wooden urmngenieni of ribbons and tluvror-i"Let nieaoe If I uould twist that Into any better nhuiie." she .uiil. taking tho hat out of Mr. Drake's hands. "Oh. you'rw tut jrood. .MUs Alice. There now If you haven't the real milliner touch. Some folks can do any ain't a thing they set tbelr hand to. bit of knack myself." "Oh. I've had to bare a knack," said" Alice, laughliigf. "I have a tribe at home to do fur. Mother never bait time for such worlr? like you. Hut don't you think souip lunik like tbU would hulp 1 to-da- I y 1 "You can't. I've rparvbod the entlro country. Moth r has sent two or throe out front the city, but tney always get homesick and go back. I sou nothing but to resign onrqelw to the prospect of heiu 7 hopele dyspeptics. It makes, too. You me feel so will never make such a failure whim you collie to the real duties of life." Alio', shaking "Don't talk so." her head. "Why, I was just making up my mind that L aui good fur nothing. I on n do plenty of thin.--, but they're not the kind that can ro.tkn my living by. unless I go regularly and hire out, and I don't wun't to do that .soiuujr a.sl have a good home." "Of course not. It srem a pity." said Mrs, "tiardr. with a sigh, "that just such ablhtiesvA yours couldn't bo tittcd iu .sonuibo to pl.ic-- s where they aro needed." "Oh. don't put a !iook at me," said the mlstre.ss of the next hoiisa at which Alice culled. "Why. Mrs. Warner, what Is tho asked Alice in concern, as that lady, after placing a chair for her, ant down and burst int. tnr.. "Oh, It's my eyes troub"ug mo again. Your book would ilu mo i.o goixl unions you oamo and read it to me. And books aro not tho vor.-.- t part of it. although it's hard enough not to able to read. piled Hut look at that nieiullug-b.iskeup with two wueks' mending. I try to do n little bit at a time, but it hurts my oyos so I can't go on, and the doctor 1 says they will never get well unle-givo them perfect rest. Why," .she said, half laughlnjr. "I had to pin tho children's clothes on this morning where tho buttons wore oil." "Never mind the pins, but do take care of your ever,," Mtitl Alice. "It is real trouble, and I am ro sorry for you. Lot me tead you one of these stories. nental railroads." H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Or, perhaps, you would rather did some An artesian well flowing 1,000 gallons E. of this mending. Do let mu help you a per minute was completed at Yankton little. It wouldn't take me very long to recontly. It Is tho largest In the North- No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, and Its pmpnetor is delermlns.J tht do that whole pile." west, discharging nearly til.OOO barrels shall be maintained "Of course. It wouldn't, you are so every twenty-fou- r hours. There are nov quick and hniuly. How fortunate you twonty-ilvartesian wells in that counaro, Alice eyes and strength, and so ty whose combined capacity Is nearly He has recently ai' Jed to its appointments bright and smart. You oun do any thing r0,000 barrels jmt day. Tho force of the you want to do. Yes, you may do It If water is so great that it Is being used If jott'll let me pay you for It. ' And you for motlvo power, Llvory help It will lie. don't know what Tm: geological survey, through Prof. A First-Clas- s No, you shan't touch them unless you'll W. II. Holmes, recently mado some most demand of hi 'n""' To accommodate the agree to It." important discoveries of Indian relics transient patronage. IW.t lurnoul furai.hed is just the kind of work you can't west of Washington on what is known as Commercial Traveler and others "It get any ltody to do," continued Mrs. Plney Hrancb Hill. Thetiml appears to Warner. Alice laughingly consented, bo tho remains of an Indian workand settled herself at work. "I wnt for shop for tho manufacture of ImpleSarah Crnmlnll. the other day. to come ments, woapona, etc. The spot has LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. and do up odds uvl oni for nie that's been excavated and Implements bare must get ijumeboiy to do for been found clear to the bed rock. The what rit word that discovery Is considered to be of tne uwhtle njw. And he THE LARGEST AND FINEST .Hie's al- greatest importance to archeologlsUt. she'd come In throe ways engaged ahead. What is the reaHOTEL IN THE OITY. Tiiiikk Australians who are walkin? son. wonder, that you can't find folks aoroas the American continent reached to do the little uteful tn:ng just when St. Paul. Minn., frcui Taoom.i DAY. ACCORDyou need them most?" since. They ate on a tour of the RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER Alice walked home wun some new world from Melbourne on a wager that ING TO ROOMS. Ideas in her brain. tho tour can not bo made in eight "1 haven't made up my hook club, months. The conditions of the bet are IIATHS IN HOTEL. but I wonder If haven't done better that evori' applianoo may be uiwl for TURKISH A RUSSIAN believe It's just a they traveling after reaching Now York, but than that. say, there's ououeh to do of what I oun tho journey across North America must do if it only comu be utteu In. I m bo madoonfoot. Thebotl.sfori2,HlO,aiiil going to try if I can ttt myself in some- the pedestrians aro duo at the Auckland how." Club in Melbourno just eight months id: A w ook later she This notice forewarns hunlors, llahcrmpu and from tho date of their departure Tho other not to treps on our lands without per"Mother, I'm goliy to work." contl-deprosecuted to the fullaro in good health and mission, as all uch will Ytmro always at travelerssuccess. "I suppose bo. est extent of the law. binned. of "HO II HOIM'KR. work." T J HILL, .M. McROllKIMSJR. M.S. IIAUGHMAN, GASTRONOMICAL GRINS. "Hut I mean 1'introlnf to earn my own KOIIT. McALISTKK. J.K IIRUCK IIAUCJII.MAN. e. girl." I mat-tor'.- '" 1m- - t. s dead, too. A Cat.ikoilvta paper relates thnt after many people of tho recent Angel's Camp, Calaveras County, got money enough for their Thanksgiving dinners by pinking up gold in the streets and in tho shallow streams. W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Wiut.K sitting nt his desk Iu the liLONDON, K brary of tho White Ilousoafow days ago Good turnruts and saddle horses alwsyi lor hire tho President was surprised at the In- en reasonable terms London is the most enven lu reaih trusion of a big gray rat, who deliber- lent posnt on the railroad eftht Sate place in th sc tion ately crawled upon a side table and in the mountain dragged olT a piece of fruit which had MOUSE, HI LEV tempted him from his hiding-placA riKi.n of asbestos, which is proF. U HlLEY, Proprietor, nounced tho largest iu the world, has been found and located In Wyoming, London, - - - Kentucky. about forty miles south of Fort Steele. The Held covers VJO acres, and the ashave snored t'tar new Hn.erjsrsst am than ever to accossimodat' the pssblie bestos is proiiouncisl by experts as of see o and esers, con lood good qualltv, with very llttlo serpentine .,r.4. I.iteryalltM-lMst;,s..ns.ll. pRANK RUKY In it. At tho reoont tiro in Hoston one firm was entirely cleaned out, not even a penholder left, and added to this the papers NEWCOM-in their safe were also destroyed. Since MT. VBHNON, KY. tho great Hoston fire many tlrtns bavo a Hetelji UII maialnin ThiseW and duplicnto of their monthly trial balance Speit fine repsstation. CHarses reasM. kept at tho residence of some member ing cial altentJeei to the IraveiW nstkbe. of the firm. At. I'. NKWCO.M1I. J"rp.. Tin: fast mall time between oceans Is Mt Vrnn, Ky, Sjtl. now four days, twelve hours and Twenty-tlv- o tons of mall mat-to- r from Now York City recently ar& rived at San Frnnoiseo In that tlmo. Donvcr, Omaha, Cheyenne, Portland, all HOWl.AND. KY.. feel tho influence of being nearer the " Kr constantly on hand a splendid line East. A C7.ni.oA! of bu'.faloes for Austin Family Crocorlos, Corbin's game forest on Croydon mountthe lowest prue lrslce f all And mII th ain lately passed through Claromont, N. L...I. iiu. mat rt.tiini; at market uuotJliens. to Newport, N. IT. Thoy Kresh ,.,l. every day II., en route WA-came from "HulTalo Jones," who herds Winnipeg, Man., wore worth them at S1S,000 and were twelve days on the ROLLER MILLS. road. The man In charge rotHirts they STANFORD came peaceably and stood the journey All persons wuhmg a pleasant lite anrt wcu pleased wife let them use Talent Hour mane 11 well. at jour groCall for Slunford Natitiiai. gas has bcon dlscovored In cery, and Roller Mill. not got itit on hand, urge if they have Sonoma County, Cal., and In vlow of this them m keep it. or get an order from athem and pleasant and aheap fuel tho peoplo of San Francisco get it at the Milllaiml) I will guarantee and interesting V N I'OTTS. Superinletidera see "In their mind's eye" that city deoj veloping into a groat manufacturing center. The San Frnnoiseo Chronicle says that If there Is abundance of the gas the fact "means morn to San Francisco than half a dosen now transcontiruin-storm Maiiy who bad tho llttlo lamb died lately. Her uamo was Mary V. Sawyer years ago and shnwas born eighty-nigh- t In Sterling. Muhs. What beoamo of tho lanlb history snyeth not, but likely it is ivcy, gctd and Sale giablc I Ky. Route N ! V A. M (. h II Only one Night out to New York. S,.ln! Vrstilu.lisl Trains to Washington, Pl.llndoiphln, Baltimoro, Now York, tot- . Clo.e innnion for Hoston antl all p nnd southeast bl'KKCTIVI. OCT 1. I iw EASTWARD . . l.ve Stanford !.eiinatoa- Winchester K. U. JanctKm Mt ntaihtsit . CastMrnl E I Illil', ; 4 Sun am am pm pm lir Iily 7 mi Ve Ai. I 11 THE il I j 4, .ui 7 i l.x s n n'n n ,, , .. pm j it t pm " 4' I llil Cathxisbitr'. Arr White Stilphnr uisarMirsviiM. WaseasMCIiHI .. Olive Hill A. aland. f rettou. M ifehe.d . I 7 f i' J 4 j Ii pm pm i 7 IHf an fl os pm 'pm 6 os s I liunilulna to pni'ic pm i pa in j ii o pm r am l . ...... to ( 1 am B HOTEL. lUlliaMre 1'bsUdstiphU. Ne York Hlahi V. ...I. OMIMnlCosBbe'i .VwrMk..... f "' l M (tn ( pat f' weH-Vnw- fi three-quarter- s. CARRIER WAITS, rains leaving I. emtft..n n ,, m ,n , dally, Snadar I'nnv i at Wm. and piunis in the K ( r K. tJmited 'eiasU from Nr ,rk. I'hilaiir phw, WshiagttMaml all pamt. rUet, air es . m daily Lesitaaion t 4 it tact mail rtoea iluatliKgian. W. Va., and all rttl stitlosss arrive I.esiaitoss at l 4, p m. v' ly sulMUv AccsMamodaUun frswa CHive Hill and all t Mats. Kschmend, Kv.. nd potatsan ihe K K) irnvrMiat Lesinuttm s.10, a as, daily, c ceftSuada) For ilcVet. rate and sleeping I rr for Ku nmssnsl, Kv ecet ! t it I rmnrvattat, S A. etc . J I. MUKIMIY.C.ea'l I'ass A m J D VAR KINGTON Jd I' . Leniri..u kv (. W. IIAKN'KY, iKksMAgnt IIROMIIKKn.Trav Pass ,gt. t.ftVf I89O. 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L agthe ' Ilaipti- la. - 1 si RATI I) 4 i.n , POSTED. 1 nt I living." dress-make- r. . 1 "Not awny from homo?" "Well, partly." "Alice, you ean't. Haven't I often said you shouldn't go uway ;n3 long as tliore is a home for you?" "Don't be frigiuoned, mother," Miid Alioo, laughing. "My golngd won't bo serious. I'm going two dnyn In the wook to Mrs. (inrde's to Imke and to wind up her housekeeping ko that It will run smoothly tli rough whiles. I'm going one day every week to .Mrs. Warner's to mond her up. and half a day to Mrs. Drake's whenever she wanw me to bo hat-trltum- Bviik.tk of terrapin unsophlatlcn-tiois failure to consume the eggs. n S. 1 DiAMoxn-KAri- c under tho head of brilliant gastronomy. It is belioved that cold fried oysters will sometimes induce a man to commit suicide. Ni:vmt look a gift donkey in tho heels, nor u restaurant chlcUon salad In tho A terrapin probably come D.V. . 1 A M KKI.AND MRS. HKNRVJIAUC.HMAN. JO! N W. HOLMES, K.T l'KNCK, . 1 1 . SHANKS, HOLMES S H. A Y 11 EN . I'.tM'AKH V. Dr P. I I'HILIIKRT RICHARDS. II. W GAINES. Mr. SA.MKORD IRWIN, Mr ALICE TUCKER J. II. McKlNNKY, JOHN O. LYNN, JOS. HAL LOU. LOGAN. JOSH ADAMS SI I illustration fahmn plan s m.' iiip'.ciiiant arc indipenalile k ..- nuiLer and the profes.i n UHsdUte, N.. . a spared in making liaise altrucim. iva of the highest order, lis silver short t i., s, parlor play, and ih.ui;iiUi.l satisfy and ilslatt pae . fair.ous e..i budget of al. i..aten, hnninr u as a and In it weekly l sue cserythinK i included which is of interest I' tvomen. During tayO Olive home Miller, I Inn- - 'IVrhunc Derrick and Mary Iiwc Dickino. will furnish a series of upcr un The Daughter at l!om '" I hrce MoaU a Da aim 'Hie Woman ot the I'cnod." Ilu- serial nosel will he written by Walter lluoant and !' V. Robinson. on u nu.-.pjlterli 10 the hunie is a juurnal ilar rmatioii withfor the hiiimnf regard to tl .1 i - . r ij, s rnt '. 1 it-- 1 hn. - Harper's I'eriodicals, Per Year Harper's Harper s Harper's Hnrpor' R. B. GEOGEGHAN. SUCCESSOR TO llaiar Magaaine Weekly YpuiiK I'oojnV In I.. It 4 4 .H, IMF dres-drnpo- r, and I n "J JSPFIELD'S FEMALE. ! .REGULATOR - n !- pAlWsCUrnRREGF nnax pM-tt- . .'i' i ! mother." - Young Lad. (to young man who has "Why not?'; xdjcl M s Di.ilic. .v "Tin- girls lau.?h r.' it that kissed lien "'i'l.a'.'-- voiy stnifular. sir." " i'1' 'A. .1. allow .. .o looping up in iu 'u.'' lo.i'. like a plowed llell." It plural.- "- JSootua Hudget. niako Th-ys-- . An American plum pudding mado In an English mold is just liko tho rose under another name. ,Toki;s based on ono oyster in a stow and disasters inoldont to the carving of a duck are in annual circulation. Coxsommk, as a name, con tl nuns to cover enough hot wator to float tho Great Eastern, it boing roprosontod a3 soup. In a pluto of griddle cakes, tliO' cake on top and tho one next tho plato aro tho onos best to avoid, for good and sufficient roasons. Anviiohy can toll tho dilforonco between black and white, but ho must needs bo a oonno,'Hr in gamo who can toll by the eating a redhead from n duck Intbosednyaof sumptuous gastronomy. Coxjhhui's conglomeration" is a now umo for hash among tho facotlous whode gastrin- nie teraiao Is confined and rostutirantrt. to boarding-hutu- r ai the dish is cum held to bo oan-vuabu- M'MIOHAEL, 611 THE HATTER, a " 4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. & The Nobbiest Most Stylish Stock of H Ever brought to the city ot Louisville, now opeu including the world-renowned A T Ba Tlxivolumt'suf the llamr bogln with the first number fer January ef eucli jenr. When no tim mentioned, subscription will begin with tlu number current nt ihe time of receipt of order llotuiil volumes of Harper's llasar for 1 yearn hack, in newt cloth binding, will be sent tiynuil postii.tid or by express free of expense prd-u'the freight do nut exceed por volume) for $7 per volume. Cloth case for each volume suitable for luid mg willbc tent ly mail postpaid on receipt out each. Remittance tbould Lc made by postotTue mor. ey ordtr or draft to asold chance ot los. l ed 1 free to sill suUcrlhor States. Camilla or Mexico. l'oitage the Unile.l Newspaper-ar- e without the AddroM epri not to cot) this ailvertiscrm-n- t order of Harper Ilrotlini. HARPKR BROTHERS, New York rivtT'Oi Mi s. maiwlan'-- j ne might uo si '.' KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & GO'S. HATS BLUE-GRASS And Disomy own importation of English Hats A full slock or Krult and Ornamental Trees, and Caps. An elegant Iinu ot Canes and Lyon's Fine Orupe ines. Small Fruits, Asparagus, Shrubs, Celchrated Umbrellas always on hand. and everything for the orchard and garden We no prices to SEAL SKIN SA0QUES, CAPS, the planter. agents but sell direct ut low immense Personal Inspection of our stock invited Dencripiiim catalwuc with wtliia. Gloves and other Furs, a specialty. Orders outtile suggestions on application. II r llll.l.r.NMKYLK. side of city solicited, perfect satlsfactior guaranI.CKiiiKtosi, Ky teed Don't tall to order a NOIIHV HAT. a.y.1 NURSERIES 7lt i..- - f!aki Tr&:-- . t&T&s