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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890012101 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 vvi . Hi .: Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1890. NO. 93. MT. SALEM. LANCASTER, i.igiit-iious- o VOL. XVII. LETTER FROM BRO. BARNES. I droi'ii river for the past few days GoJ Is Love and Nothing Llso. Mrs. Moody Hardin was here for a . ins been on it big high. Lord. few days last week. Having for tlio paHt few weeks tntv-ule- d l SanIiiki. Island, James T. Hpihunu returned last week 11.... Uivfll l)l'C .". Sll. evtcnsively over tho State of Casey, from a trip to Kansas. ' t thin jettor Dears wo found everywhere complaint! of fllio postmark There was an impromptu hop at Milspoilt meat. J. J. Klliott, of Carpenter's ler's Hall Friday evening. date Jan. 1.1. liro. Harms must liavi' forgotten to mail it. I'M. Creek, lost about $100 worth. Miss May Ferguson is hero vis'ting' Patrick Humphrey started a few friends. She and her brother will' likely Dn.ir In'tkiuou: -"- Christmas jilt !" one like that old form of salutadays since to attend the Medical College go South the tlrst of next month. and nil. tion, on the day that the dour Loin, was at Ijouisville. Cat has Hue physical and John Thompson wrote homo last 1. ...... I. .In ll... llinl 1ImiIIIII tO IV' . mental capacities and lias nil the materi week that he had realized a profit of 2,- -' i "" 1...1.1.. ....!.... : .. ' anything by it '"" ",l" , ... f K, .,..., Jlboul ,,,, to imkt. Hlonlltl ,.i....; 000 on an investment at Pineville. deem. Whether you net for um cnaiu.s up ne oea.n was ;,eio e me Wo ttlko ,Mt.k tivu.ytl,in we said ornot.it is the appropriate address Hamilton & West have sold their It proved Mu.ply in- - Ilbt),ll,ll8 Goods, Shoes, .V'0"8 ,wlnKl.rrtnky on thu n.trwin mail and expiess line from here to Danone to shout to anothoV and have it sheltering our "plumler lhwirVt ,lte f,,,.,, Wooden eonstrued ville to V. A. Arnold, who will take postill the welkin tint wHli yltf.tt,U. thnt calmed back thu merry sound. It is the day of all our remark suiiously, mid had no inton- - session at once. Willow $'c. ,!,... Inr i.'..iit... fnr IRIKI Villi rM IIL'II till1 j lion olconveving mo men uini ins tninti A letter from V. J. Romans, who nccom-- , W little planting had been Fa'therK:iVellisSontn ho the world's wns disordered iu the least. with his family is spending the winter the ought to bj likellhn, pliihod before wo left I.....Misland. Though Mr. Lomont Hipins, who lives on with relatives iu lieorgiu, states Itudeemer, and we iivunmliul lit! that he ll.ilA n.lfl liinnAH lil.t of I'ulaski, through the is improving and getting along well. Borne little, on tins day, if no other. It. .111. ....I tin, nil IH'H-...! ... iimi Go there Next dour to I'ortman House III. lib, unit II v li.i.I hUVIIIIIi lHI Such ns I have, I jdv unto thee, my agency of Mrs. Cox, has lately d rawn a Mis. Frank Hubble returned from wry Ihnltod . . per mouth. This is some hi the products of I hud somepension of :?.s reader, and ran only w Mi Middlesboro last week and bus since tlie soil, I had the only orchard in the thing to bestow more worthy of ill lot of us. what icinarkahb' from the fact that two been soliciting subscriptions hurt-- to asIt was "in the soup." A lino hiiiHsiMl dnv. than this poor letter. oflicial medical boards, beforu whom be sist in establishing uu ln.lrniaiy M tliat crop oP'oirhard grow," not known in gift" In its I feul sure "Christum pronouncplace. catalogues, had almost swallowed it was ordered tit dilleient times, hail a hiluT meHiiinir tlwn ttii the ed him sound. Ibit thu weighty Ikiston Dillion, who was on duty tA up. The hapless orange", lemon nnd one wo ntUieh to It. To "ratch a ChrM-nuof liiHiiciclihors'tuid family physi- storekeeper, and g.iugur at Kiwi's distilvn trees wore piping timidly over sift" IiiwiIvim the idea that the one una top of the r.imjNUit crop of ".Sanlbel cian were siillicient toovercome, it seems lery has buun rehovod by John M. Dun1 of of obligation tli is a can. Dillioii'ti commission lias been recaught Is uiiihn wmi so.t even their evidence. Mr. iiuliKeiiouV and iu Mmcass weremod-- , of unimpeachable integrity and voked. to donate hmuvw lint to the ditcher. The ttSUy trying to snsUiin lift, in a state of man to be of salutation wns and ought to be now submeryence. universally respected wherever known. The man who Mopped at tho toll- applet were IS tiw. n..w....iil..ti Hint ronntlttnii of the X serious accident befell youn Mor gato on the Lexington road and remark ' t two feet tall, but in grasH of ;. Vl;iiiiti nt tin ttitrlit if tint 1?tli inut .Mujuwknbla'M fact of all ft.ets-Cl- o.rs ' "" "" " eui .i . .uie cioiuu-- sky iniiicateil rain, u.ai T feet, were tardy visible. Mv unfortu .. ...iu .I......I...I IM n iiiiiiiii-ril...l. !lk IlimtUU'llU 1... II MliMilwiri has been studying evor since to satisfy i.lll'-ll-Chritm? tift to the world ,, , imle Imuauns had Iwcn bitten to the lib . a ir;uiK on his troubled inimt iw to wliat the wishes This ChrinliiMiH tlmU ns quite 'Vttled" ground by the hiiuury, roaming stock of 01 i.ineriy teiiow to jiay on our Island. From the 10th of Kovem. him. He was introduced to the youth, of the lady ws when she remarked "1 one enterprising homesteader, who inOils, School bur the dHy of our arrival wu Imve ful Henry Ualns, who was dressed iu don't care to see it rain." sisted on pHHturing half it score of cows first-clas- s low been busier than the trMilltloiial bee; in female attire and started to gallant the Mike Salter left this morning. Fri and and calves on the unclosed farms ol fact too busy for comfort. The journey supposed female to a party. Near the day, with Hubert Young to assist the to his neighbors; ami of course became imof about '23 j surveying corps which is running u lino down was quite succwisfully accomplishworhman-lik- e mensely unpopular thereby. Nearly all church they met a ciowd ; ed. Our party numbered Hurneses who .were awaiting the fun. Wilson now front Ml. sterling to liig .Stone Gap. Very the litllegardens weie in turn devoured I1....I....U T. Mm Pilfllll .InllUM M.JKH Mrttbore became acquainted with tho trick You may look out no a for some grand ' ' bv the hungry animals and wu all wish-ti- e scoffing with developments. Mahallev and Mr. rretl iM..i.ii..ir..ii If there is anything his-- 1 .'..other Hercules, who would rid played upon him, ami after from Indep'endence-:- !; and Mr. Iklwanl some of the party started to return, torical, geological, metaphorical or oth- did ravaging herd as Diiikmii. of Uxington.orllin all. in- of them tripped him; ho fell, erwise Mike will Hud it. olden time for some when some eluding several children and several striking his elbow against a stone, disloA iMtrtion of Prof. Kotster'a music had unruly stock. 1 t. tho usual consensus roJftI vnliilH. Then-wacating it and breaking the projecting class gave another of theii quarterly eni.l nothing, except in the privacy of of opinion between railroads and hotels; bone of his elbow. Young Lawrence e Satin-- 1 , i ..,u....,iri i.,. the family circle, but liromptlv sent for Itrown was arrested next day nnd tried tertainments at tho mi iiftiiiiriiiviiiMiiiiiii.iLriniavni.Tijiiitiriitv day evening to a Inrge and roU of ,mr,,u(l wir will One strand in ..., .n.m :tt Jack- - n .n ., ,... for the deed before his honor, Judge audience. These musical treateure great-- ! fu- . .,,.1 i....ih Cnrdn. ..,..m.. At sitllice to keep the biKists at bay, in I'ains, and a jurv of his peers, but there ly enjoyed here, as evidenced by the turn. the first mentioned place we were nctu- Auolhur happy inspiration was the being no proof of maliciousness in the large crowds which assemble early on . i... . i .. . ..i i. a.iy.Wo..mel...ygcu...r;i.. wuK.ii...;ii. ,lllrelllM0 0( lt KuillL. iu Hellevue, Ky., act, the defendant was found not guilty. each evening of the entertainments. Lan-- ' very iiiutivniiu out to caster still retains and deserves her nut- that I got at a great bargain from u man MT. VERNON, ROCKGASTLE COUNTY. actual fact, to be set down to the credit who had no use for it. I only suspected sicnl reputation. Containing i -io Acres; l :...... ..:. !.... ....... 11.. it miisht be a wiLTOM ommr Gulf coast: ..- .i.i... Sickness has prevented our repot ts oi iiihi uKuni.Mi.ioi,, """' There was a mild case of measles ,H8l thtvi. i8Sll0H. the hapless tourist is ma.le to leel nun nn(l broke out at tho College last week, but tnw r hanl ,t to yo for Florida is an excellent resort for -- Among the sick is I). N. Williams, for fear of creating some unnecessary wltll nith.r ,u.rV0ll8 eagerness wo wlH o ...,,., ,,......... ..... .,... Mrs. Hnrlev nnd Mrs. J. K. Vowels. nnd rest;" as a friend. . told me. the wai-- ; .. ;, alarm and also to satisfy the wishes ofj . . .. k. iiuti ii mi iiuuiii iiunituii nunin tors get the "change" ami l .Some of the citizens nro again agita the management, wo declined to report; ,)lir lvvillt. ndo,uro tta8 alivevwith cap-I- I the "rest." The fact is. that J. sUtnds t(nMj ting the question of appointing town of- same, butsince others have spread the On Grab Orchard pike. w q aml nbmit n (bz . . ... ... ficers. of the invalid ami , , At tho first news, we can assure tho patrons that this Uev. Huirakerpreachednt the. Chrisbigbway; mu it is not pleasum-seekenis n very mild ense nnd no fears need be tmh tian church Saturday evening nnd .Suninnaturetoiefniinfro...Mrawingbl(M)d two entertained. No other cases will likely . . day morning. . .....o ,... ... MiuniB o. Hiiuu.u aj tue appear. A telegram from Taint Lick says ' Florida mosuuito to of Aswei.expccv For the past r.wo weeks some one '"'"..ma .,,, w. en the beach, above high tide, whcro it Mrs. Jack Adams was thrown by a horse If land is not sold it will be for rent. For more information apply to forego the presentation oi l)Mnxmi n n few tlli(ltlU. It 'is nnd dangerously injured. has been causing considerable alarm V. 1'. or K. C. Walton, Stanford. heth "frimh meat" comes into view. the easiest and most satisfactory seining J. J. Thompson is in from Garrard among the women in different parts of erourv'ory moilentte hotel bill is the I have ever known We sometimes cap- Mis8 Ajicc Lowis ing returned, nfter a the town by going to the houses ami try outcome of recent pitiful chastening, or tttre s of 10 or lo pounus. unee . i j tng to effect an entrance and in almost Toneka. Kas. I cannot whether the "apell" will last, the Indies lnndcd a superb tarpon the every instance theyselected places where v L I'liompson and C. C. Williams say; but I nut glad to record the above "silver king" of lishes-abo- utl feet, l'i are nt Big Stone Gnp buying lots for1 the occupants were composed only of stand, for all time, ns exfact, tho it ...ay in length and estimated at 85 to themselves and Mt. Vernon parties. ! dies Several pluns have been 'set to ceptional. . 100 pounds' weight. This was a "catch" m,ziml htia nut in his an- - catch thegnilty party and on Saturday A i ... Wife, with her brother John, in a halt to tl,l! "mmlN o suhdng, and Fa- - night Mr. F.d Coleman returned home dvlng condition, arrived, with him uiidi""kl,owu portion ol our party aro very ,K.arjlnce on Hound Stone near Mart KKEl" SPECIFIC cure, all blood diseases, such asScrolula, Clccri, Piir.plcs, U.reratcd Throat . , .. the foihale of t)0se use. and was told by his sister, who bad been White Swpllinc. Svwhilitic Jlseaiei in all l. staji'i, .NecrosH, .Vc. Price $i per bottle. or Dud Cowan, ins devotod and skillful -- stuck up" about it ever since. MAVIS lltU.N till lfc.KS M tue most pleasant to taKe oi ail trie Irontonira. It cures Dyspepsia at home alone, that some one had been m , fo . roost ni,,ht it Rives a keen appetite, enriches the Wood, regulates the liver and imparts neir energy to the muscles nurse, ius brother ever had, in such u . . i ..!... 10 ILoutinueu next Issue. J on iry.ug A.. .ortt- - one o. it winnows open. am. nervous system, .'rice Ji perooi.le. ine Unit .Mcllarguo died at fine inn strait) u day before us. over a shorter worm killers and cupellers known to the med GATI.IFF'S WORM SVRUI is made of the Friday of consumption. He had lately Mr. Coleman went out nnd wns watch- - ical profession and therefore recommends itelf. let pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price 5 It is one by which we canto. A Good Investment. route than the per bottle. front Washington, where he uig around the house nnd had onlv to GATI.IKK'S MAOXETIC PILLS lor all I.iver Co.npUints. Impaired Digestion. Sick Headache, Will had preceded us all a full month AlHiut this time of thu vear a great returned wait a few mitutes when he heard some Ac. Acts nscatn.u.ic. .'rice 3$ cents per bos. had gone iu hopes of recovery. W o found him, tanned by exposure, ami many aro looking for some safe and prof- Manufactured anJ tor sale to the trjdo by the Tho proprietors of the late .patent one npproach the window and Coleman .lit.. ....... I.... ." ....!..... iiii.i.ii..vi. AU In u'.inlr.ilMi lull .:..!. i.. :iiitunuiirm. h'i - luiu.niuii u.f .....it , i ....... m .in., .. iiiiui'i mime .. l ....! :n I.:... WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., ny ' '"'""" m 1 1 well and hea.ty. , such persons is called to the Xnilon.il K1"0" . . .. , r ' mm ' V go... adversely, in many ,lHinnB n,l Mm Association of UiiIh- - n,w,Tro,w ' .? Things had "j ",J,.., Z n ., . , , . ., ..... vjwivillllll, .IIIIU 1.111111 voiiv..i.i ...... ...v. ' respects, during the summer, with the ville, of which Major John 11. .Leathers VUllll lllllVV OM II is. machine hint near the cattle guard at the grain homesteaders on S.uilbol. We missed is president. Money put into this coin- -- Mrs. F.mtna, wife of Jonathan Mul- - elevator. He threw him nnd was pound- two heads of families, taken oil' suddeu-- i j,lU,y jd Kimrimtced firstcliuis Heal Kstato , I..w rimuuill I1U " U. ' "' ..III. ....... .1 ntlllir Ill.. ,u i,. r iwii. I...nrl ..Ul.llHH tllllJiiumte . !... , " 3",-0 ," and sold either! o(enii8.imitionaml was buried iu the summon Mr Win ' ,u S100 oach, of the lungs. iMXW wit h hemorrhage coniotory here Niturdaj. tiiree umurcii Arnold, n noiso and """ n bright tiyed, cherry-cheek- ns ullinont plan or lor cash at D.tug are left, who will sadh miss ft mother s t0 his i.toistance and they both to- .... hertv, i i..M...r K....I.....I. wl.nL t,e .. ..... u nun iniii an e l liuii i viiiuu. in"" gcther landed the much damnced coon tender care. can.o out to keop bis brothur coiitpniiy wlo will savo $1...0 a week, after paying MUs Jonnio banian, living in tin? i jail. He proved to bo John Young, a on his homestead, died suddenly with tho entrance fee of $1 per share, can northern pait of this county, a negro, who came here several years ago Is Receiving- His fever; nnd, later on, malarial disease carry Sl.lKXI worth of this stock, and ing young woman? aged about '- was from Mt. Vernon. Miss Kiln Watson every family on tho island-Tiii- would receive tho 31,00.) in full after nearly here Friday morning on a charge LHi five shots at somo one trying to got lather uiet our sanguine theory, paying in only about ?.S(l. Those who of infanticide. It appears that the young jt0 tho front door of her "house and that Sanibel was the healthiest spot in have any sun. to invest from $100 up, woman some four years since was living fr0m tlio view she had ot him there is no Give him a call. the Klowory Suite. Hut I elin to it yet. can, by taking this stock, get u cash divi- as a domestic in the family of J. J. llran- - doubt that John is the one who escaped Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. The full of 'Ml has exceptionally malari- dend of six per cent, per annum paid to Hainan at Keren. Shortly after leaving Miss Kiln's leaden messenger only an ous, the country over, and wo only shar- them and about six per cent, per annum their service she gave birth to a child, i,our or two before Miss Kiln thinks she ed lightly tho into of other places, which added to their stock. Tho following which only lived a short while. She oould hnvo iimrketl him, but her aunt sulferod much moro heavily, though us- board of directors needs no introduction swore to Kranniimnn's being the father begged her not to try to hit him, but to ually salubrious. to the people of Kentucky: and sued him for damages. After light- - 8i,00t only to frighten. John II. Leatheis, John L. Ouulap, ing the case in the courta two or tlireo window just above his Sho wns at a Our party ol 18 was soon reinforced by bend and she Mr. W. A. "bay, of Dayton, Ky., with John 11. Pirtle, 0. M. Phillips, Harry years, it wns finally dismissed a short U)jKht have struck tho soft nlnce in his children, and a Mr. Norris, Woissinger, II. V. Loving, J. M. Cabell, i tm Hineii. .Miss wife and two m; .... v u.im i.'ii i.amansays ine cuargo d-. nf,..!..:1tftiu from Minnesota, who dropped in, unan- A. O. Langham, John 11, liisllcman, i lirmu'ht bv Krunnan.nn ...,,i i,i.,l-- if ,,,,. ...:.. n... nounced, in Hearoh of n place to spend l,eo. JI. Davie, John S. Morrw, t.eorge n retlxliation niulBiiy8 flirtiICr that she 0f firearms they would not so ...ucl. llse the winter. t. ivisuii, ii uii.iiii j. ivuiiiiiiciv, i .uu IMt.nsis ... ...-(.(.,wc..,v tnesses to .nrovo v, 4,t mv? IHtllJ IIIi O 111 ,i n.w IJUlllUlla, when it Jones, Stephen K. Jones. Of course .. "cool snap" set in . that the child died a natural death. .Sym- with bed 1!.; strong tor weak) Those desiring full particulars concern' tmtl.v hero seems to bo with the woman. found us Tho steamers Katie Itobbins nnd clothing for about 13 or br, and savo a ing tho workings of tho tiSAoeintluii Tlie jsliior Kve8 i,ur the freedom of tho Josio Harkins collided on tho Mississippi few straggling cots, assigned to tho least snouittaiiiiiesso. ... .runups, uoiiorai i)inuiing. river, owing to u misunderstanding of ' rugged of tho pnrty, nothing softer than Mnnagor, SOI W. Main street, Louisville, slnta and the Hobbins isu to.al Tho Nov. John Jasper, of Richmond, Pots' Four of tho y' deck crew nre missing thetlioor to Ho upon. Wo all huddled - .... ,..iii...1M.i i1jum.ioi.rt...ir.,.i,looS--k rt...t ..r.. l:ii .iun.1 In 1... .a... together at tho "Sisters" nnd, like Mark v What docs this " ' l'ay great attention Move." 173 times. .Mr. Jus - '" Tapley, "came out strong" nnd "kept ns spell (iboughphtheigbtteau? Well, ac- - Oe Sun Do Boqg'B Ohorry Oough Syrup g bom a slave in Virginia. In jolly" ns discomforts multiplied. 15vry-tbin- cording to the following rulo it spells- -it per was the tioJc n a He soon bo- - '" KivinR pleml l nt 1S10 lie began to preach. we needed was "on tho way," spells Lo you give it up? It spoils came famous and his "" n,,rveK.,.,, n,h cn heuitor received SI coming by frutlit car, anil uncertain as potato, vi.. gb stands for p, as you will day from those who engaged Jasper it iut,!,.,. ,he on lh9 markeei Ml for! to time of arrival. We purchased scant find from the last lotters in hiccough;; a Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture n... iar J as- - ami lie lure you et't the gcuuiM. We Ivan it A.I , . indispensable sort, at u ough for o, ns iu dough; u.t stan.is .or. n lllfliv:iiui., -- ., i"v i.v. . btoics,;of tho .,, . ,.,Ut ,i 1" K. Penny, Urucgitt and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low ns such goods U IICII v.tllia mm iiiio ill v.vi1 , James and Ft. Myers and got along ns t, ns piitntsic; eignsiaiuis lor u, as " : per can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- 1Io ia uow worth sevural thousand dol- .Iiraoii T. flntr. Cnrnil III u. ...... best wo could. Our invalids were patient neigiiuor; eue Htnitus tor i, as in gazeuu, . In lsti? ho originated his present' uepaid tir.y.one dollar doctor, bin fm hi, vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. and good; tho children kept well; nnd we ami can siunus ior o, us in uuait. inns ' . church in ll little WOOden shanty in wife m one year and one buttle of BiadfildN le nil juado the best of everything. This yon hnvo Who will give congregation consisted mile Kiuiator did litr more id tuan ail Hlchmond. The iMst of trying pi olmtioit lasted till .the the ine.lie.iie she lud taken before. H. IMr, niiother.'cYenowino's Xows. f ..t.,...H.1r.r.lin.iii. two women nnd i7i ,.... w..- -- "'"' in November, 11 days after our own arrii.. . . " " " i.raono.rt Keguiaur 'I'l... nl.nrnh .." - l.,w ......... , IIW VOX. V.. u n ninm. r B"lint, f? . boy . . i.' .... aw. r..... 4i The taking nf the census will begin small SoW bj Drug..a.. .' val. Jtonk Kttplna, Short Jlaml, Telrontphv, .toB I K l'eiiny, Stanf iril t bersbip of 2.000 nnd a fine building. fftv I Write fbr Catalogue ami full Information. EaU problem of moving 10 tons of.I'iucl Tho Fralse The I -' :i '.!!. 1 "" household goods, distance varying from miles to 7, tlio foriimr being the dis-- i . ... . nor 10 my, uincc irom uit' or i anil unncii; iiihi mo iiuiur wio menshad to ho tiromcnt to Yorick's resolutely fllCCtt It was ho veil in dm we worn nil of two week" in time; getting tho whole of our parcels safely housed. Happily, I had, hy u sort of purchased u tarpaulin, 11x10, u (ow hours before we left Cincinnati. e This very crisis on the l'icr ...... GARRARD COUNTY. ... I JONES BROS., General Merchandise, ware, -- The onlv Store in Stanford that suits the Farmer; I .. - Light-Hous- "ty ", i ' ., Dry Boots and Fancy Groceries, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, and Full Stock of Holiday Goods. jii" I 1 testi-uion- y n lliins Having purchased, the interest ril A Tlie-pin- h'es - ..... l. & conduct the business at shall pleased supply the wants former and new patrons from Mr. Sta$$, wil the old stand, where I a all u Boohs, Wall Paper, Jewelry Paints, prices, for and Silverware at goods. I have a good Jeweler, ready do watch and jewelry repaiis in the best style. Full Stock of Drugs i. fr ;rslandols respectfully, W. B. MoEOBEETS. I j s J Court-hous- " " ..!. n,.,.. well-please- d . FOR SALE I i- j i'.. LOT ON MAI1T ST. IN STANFORD, I I toll-gat- e '" l;. , le t ni ..,,,. . i 51 Acres of Land, J . .' nr Columbus Buggy, nearly good as new, and several Roclters. Chairs .T. '.. ' : j sen-bas- T. H. WALTOIT. , The Great Remedies . m m . ! I j j i ! """r s ' .Il, f. "" j u,.L-,e.u- "r" Williamsburg, Ky. "f j H.g.RUPLEY,- - 1 I " "',",", ! -- ' i I -- I i ,,.',.'. ""' good-lookL- j - fir-jail- s ' FALL AND WINTER GOODS. j ' SEW FURNITURE STORE! , S8(AJK H1CTFFM AWq iFMFo n . iwi i..ui ,... ..i .i. ; j - ! ' ira.-tiom- '?'?" - .Mi.n,if " ! .' b, , ' -- --- -, . m- r..i . i jji-- ii.. f. -- - BRYANT & STRATTON Business College llIQVIi P KY UlOu llanCi i j-- . . s"'1 K nnd The Iowa House is has been for a week, over the organizaInteriorJournal Peter Henderson, the seedman, is tion. Tho democrat offer to compro dead at Jersey City. mise by giving their opponents control Judge Finlcy has been compelled to of the committees and one or two House Ky , January 21, 1800 Stanford, return home on account of bad health. offices, they taking the Speakership. Senator Allison was renominated by A man whose name Is given as the Iowa republican caucus without op WALTON. and who is thought to have assistW. position. ed Judge I.ongenccker In prosecuting the The C. 0. earned St5,m2,GO:) last Cronin murderers, was takeu to n San DEMOCRATIC TICKET. year, an increaso of 1,01 8,074 over the Antonin, Texas, hospital hi an insane year before. condition. He imagines that the County Judge, THOMAS W VARNON F Gen. Mahone was acquitted at Peis after him with knives dripH PAXTON; County Attorney, JOSEPH tersburg, Va., for shooting a man on ping with blood. County Clerk, UCOKGE H COOrER; election day. " Sheriff, J.N MENEFEEi The county of Anderson is to be Jailer, SAM V hi. M. OWENS; R. S. Brown gets tho Marksbury, transferred from the 5th to this district " Attestor, K. D. KKNNE!, Garrard county, postollice, in place of in order to increase Collector Burnam's " Sup't of Common School, W F. McCLARY W. 1). Marksbury, resigned. salary to the. maximum, which is $1,500. " Surveyor, HARRY A. EVANS; CARSON. Orlow W. Chapman, Solicitor Gen-or- The county has 10 distilleries at this " Coroner. ARCH of tho United States, died in Wash- date, weveral of which are the most exington City Sunday of pneumonia. tensive in output in the State. About Thk spectacle that Ohio's Tom O'Brien's doomsday has been 25 men on an average are required to atmakes on thu witness hUiiiiI in the ballot box forgery investigation is enough to fixed for Feb. 27 by Gov. Buckner. He tend to the revenue business in these 10 distilleries, the appointment of which disgust even those who itiny have admir- murdered Bettie Shea, at Lexington. George T. Beck, son of Kentucky'o will go to Mr. Biirnam. lie acknowledges ed him heretofore, Mrs. Valinda A. Bohon died at tho that he was anxious to secure evidence-tha- Senior Senator, has been elected president of the Wyoming legislative council. home of her son, II. C. Bohon, in would crush Campbell out of the Thursday night, aged US. The There are 101,270 miles of railroad in race and to this end endorsed the fellow Cincinnati tho U. S. Illinois heads the list with dispatch says she was one of the pioneer Wood for smoke inspector at citizens, a devoted member of tho Chrison condition that he would furnish the 10,07!). Kentucky ranks 21st, with tian church and leaves five sons ami two paper implicating his opponent in a glarwho made $2,000,000 out daughters, all grown and prominent citi Asa Soule, ing rascality. The paper was forthcoming, but it was a miserable forgery, and of Hop Bitters, has gone where nobitters zens, llieyare: 11. U. iwlion, casiner instead of helping Foraker, acted as a are needed. He didn't take a cent with of tho First National Bank; George Bo hon, of this city; Dr. Bohon, of Huston- complete boomerang. The penitentiary him. Court ville; V. J. Bohon and Mrs. Len Hud The North Carolina Supreme rould be a good place for him, Halstead and everybody else conuected with the cranted Father Boyle, the Catholic son, of Danville; Rene S. Bohon, of De business. It was a plain case of conspir- priest condemned to die for rape, a new catur, III., and Mrs. Peacock, of Austin, Texas. Mr. John Curd, another aged part, for Wood trial. acy on the One familv. that of William Boyle, and excellent citizen, also died in Merwas not gendeclared ho knew the paper at Fall River, Mass., lost fivo children by cer countv. uine, and Foraker dare not death from la grippe, during the past him. NEWS CONDENSED. ' dead-locked, Semi-Week- ly NO LET UP IN LOW PRICES -- 1 V .J Bab-coc- k, AT- F. Clan-na-Ga- el THE LOUISVILLE STORED We are deter n lined to push our Great Closing Sale to the end and make the crow ning the effort of oar business career. al Special Sales in Our Shoe Department This week. t Har-rodsbur- 4. bargain at $1.50, will be sold this week at 1.25; ladies' genuine calf but- ton or lace Shoe which was sold at $1. 75 will be slaughterc mis lueen. at $1.25; men's full stock Boots which were sold at a great slaughter at $2.50 will be sold, at $2; men's extra f high lop custom made Boots in box III 111 rt 11 or mam toe, wiuci were soia uu oo.ou a pair will oe sola tins weeli at S2.50; Children's Boots, perfectly solid, SOc, worth 1.25, and all other trades of ladies . men s and .. ctiudren s Boots an d Shoes will be sold,. at . I. ' T ' f lilt cost. Jjaaies gooa luiouers win ue soia mis ween- at zoo a, pair, wortli 1 Ladies' Kid. Shoes, worked button holes, which we sold at a F 1 f i . 1 I - I - 7 1 I 7 . . .. 7 i - , . - men's goud Rubbers will be sold at Jj-U- Jf-O- c a pair, worth 50c. cross-questio- n week. JUNCTION CITY, BOYLE COUNTY. We have been repeatedly asked if we would take an active part in the approaching election on the whisky question. Our intention at present is not to do so, and we shall adhere to it unless some zealot makes it necessary. After considerable study and much observation wo are of the opinion that high license is a more practical solution of the liquor question than prohibition as usually applied, but as we have said before, if the people want to continue the law, let them do it. The question coming up solely on its merits and divested of politics the issue is a moral one upon which each man must do as his conscience dictates. As it stands at this writing the result of the election is a matter of indifference to us personally or otherwise. The Silcott steal will eventually be made good to the members it tho republicans have to tack it on an appropriation bill. Six Indians were hung at Fort Smith Ark. with neatness and dispatch Thursday. They didn't mind it apparently in the least. The L. it X. has established a new service from Louisville to San Francisco, .'J.30G miles, via HI Paso, with but one chango of cars. One vessel caught 10,000 seals, worth $70,000 in 11 days. Over $1,000,000 is made in the six weeks' seapon. The catch this year will number about 500,-000. The C. S. is putting up a new; track scale here. Mr. A. Tribble and wife spent last week in Middlesboro, where he bus real Don't for g( t that all our Winter Goods, such as Flannels, Dress Goods, will be sold regardless of cost. We Jeans, Yarns, Cloaks, Overcoats, big stock and we have been in business long enough to know there is have a but one way to reduce it, and that is to put the knife to the core. Many goods during the past week have not paid us 50 cents on a. dollar and many more will be slaughtered during the present week at THE LOtins- jj-c- , VILLE STUKL, The first vote on the Jackson investigation suggested by Gov. Buckner showed that the judge's friends are slightly in the majority. This might have been expected, since the majority of the so Ions are lawyers, but all the same the people are on the gavernor'a side and if the investigation is not made and made with no intention of whitewashing, some o the solons aforesaid will hear something drop when they get home, if not be fore. 1 The Cincinnati Enquirer's offer to with living triplets closed with 14 entries. The prize of $500 ofiered for quartetts was not claimed. Two Alabama boys, aged four and brothfive, dropped their three year-oler into water which had been used for scalding hogs. Death followed almost instantly. A new trial in a capital case, for the tirst time in the Mate s History, was granted in Delaware. A distant relative of the prisoner was iound to have served give $100 to each mother d on the jury. m I $ The funeral of Henry Searle, champion oarsman, at Sytlney, was witnessed Press Association, lias appointed as a Committee on Libel Laws, L. E. Casey, by 170,000 people. Members of Parliaof the Covingtou Commonwealth; Win. ment and the municipal ollkers were in the procession. of the Courier-JournaJJ. Haldeman, Ithauier Meredith, of Monticello, 111. 11. E. Woolfolk, of the Danville was tapped last week for the !lst time in George Warren, of the Hickman two years for dropsy. His doctor says Courier, and Pat McDonald, of the Frankappointments all, he has drawn 2,Q00 pounds of water from fort Argus. First-ratand we hopo they will be able to accom- him in that time Walker Fry, son of Gen. Fiy, of plish much good for the craft. Danville, and late an editor of the TribA moht.nino express drawn by a loco- une, died Saturday in St. Louis, of coil; motive capable of running 70 miles an sumption. His remains were brought to hour, dashed into an accommodation Danville for interment. Will Dickinson, a butcher at train in Sprint; Grove Cemetery, Cincinnnd quite a desperate charac& I), passnati, through which Ue C, II. es, with the usual results, death and de- ter, was shot and instantly killed by struction. Five men and one woman deputy sheriir and acting city marshal' were killed, three of whom were burned Roger II. Williams, while resisting ar-up in the coaches, which took lire. The rest. John Kunze, one of tho four men engineer of the express claims his brakes " found guilty of the murderof Cronin, was would not work. released on bail, the manager of a dime The postmaster at Baltimore secured museum going on his bond, on condition his appointment from Bro. Wuniiiniiker that he become an attraction of his on the promise that he would not take house. a drink during his four years of oilice. George Penley, for the As he is a drinking man such a promise Kentucky Lumbor Co., at Burnside, has is not worth the breath it takes to make fled to Canada with a considerable sum it. Such men's word may be good for of tho firm's money. His wife is from Williamsburg and he is a relative of Conother things but never for that. gressman Fin lev. The democratic majority in tjie Ohio A sanctilication preacher, named legislature peeins dehtincd to be Schafier, holding a meeting near Morgan-fielwiped out by death. Three members got mad when his hearers failed to have died since the opening of the ses- embrace his dogmas and abused them sion ten days ago and others aro sick. roundly whereupon an indignation meeting was hold and the preacher orLEGISLATIVE DOINGS. dered to leave under penalty of a coat of The House has passed Mr. Warren's tar and feathers. The chief of the law division of the bill to repeal Jjiwyer Davison's road Pension Oilice has found Judge Belden law. I Senator Breckinridge has had all the of Lebanon, guilty of the chnrges pie. acta relating to Junction City reduced to furred, and recommended his disbarment and prosecution. This knocks him out one. The House raised the treasurer's sal- of the postotlico fight but Congressman ary $000 n year, which will give him Wilson is trying to prevent a prus-iction. $;,80p instead of 3,200. The Senate passed tho House hill lhe House has passed Mr, cCttlt 8 prohibiting the sale of cigarettes to chil- bill to requiro the payment of all fines and forfeitures directly to the Trustees dren under 18 years of ogo. non. It. O. Warren is one of tho of the Jury Fund, and to forbid sheriffs' clerks, prosecuting httomeys to receive special committee to investigate contract. th'eir per cent, of such fines nnd forfeitand tho Mason-FoaA bill to prohibit the mnrriage of first ures from any official but the trustee of cousins under a penalty of $500 or (i the jury fund. When James McNeil, of Faribault months' imprisonment is before the House. The parson convicted of tying .Minn., arose to mtiko his kitchen fire such a knot would also be fined S100 or his wife locked him out, nnd, taking a pistol, shot three of her little children. get 20 days in jail. We thought it an error when it was She then forced her eldest daughter to given out that Mr. Warren had n bill drink carbolic acid, after which she took will die. Her EX to provide that local option elections be a dose herself. held on general election days, His bill planation of the criuio was that slits nev- distinctly says they shall bo liold on cr expected to put well .and wished her special days, which is eminently proper, .children to die with her. President Jphnson, of the Kentucky estate investments. La Grippe has been in this vicinity and Messrs. G. A, Dunn, J. II. Hankla nnd W, W. Penu were tho worst Miller-er- s from it. The C. S. changed time again last Wednesday. The connections here dur ing the day are fur between and vury unsatisfactory to the traveling public. It ih said that the L. it N. will 'send out a new time card next Sunday and better connections be made then. A man named Mat Daws, who lived near Mitchellsburg, was employed by Mr. Jas. Brumfield one day last week to go to n neighbor's and haul a load of oats. After loading the oats Daws started on his return. Tho horses Mopped at Mr. Brumtleld's gate and Daws was found dead ontho load. Cause, heart disease. A boy named Wigham, aged nbout IS, got his right leg and left foot so badly mashed at Shelby City last Saturday afternoon by the local freight that amputation was necessiry. Drs. Hunn and Uirtwrigut attenueci nun. i.ite a large number of boys w;ho should not bodoing so, he was trying to got on the train just for a littlo ride. His recovery is doubtful. Additional Calls on Mr. W. H. Miller. Jfain Street, Stanford, Arnica Salve The etaKein ttie oikl lor cm. brine, Mrei, ulcers, talt rhruM (ever .ore, Hllcr, chapkl. im ped hand, chilblain, rrt and tlant ana positively cures pile, or no pay roquir .Bucklen'8 m. SALINGER, MANAGER. MISS KATK ISOGLE It a Candidate for Suptrialcndmt of ISiMu. Scheoli af Lincoln cnuoiy Kkction Aujjul, ilea. cd. It jjiurantecd l give perfect itita.iiot I'nco $ rrnt per or meaty refunded I'or rale by A. K. l'cnnv.UUloid. K !. , 31. It a Candidate Klei.rao Augwtt, F. ISriuklcy iv O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT. VWILVOX, K V. Office t door to Whiicbrad't Drug Store. SpecteJattealuMi gn to diteate ot children f. s. Tho Now Dlscovory You half licard )uur IneiwU and mit,hbur yoiirtlf krone ofth " in talking D'lMit it many who know from tcrMHiat explicate ju i t If you have ever i how good a think-ithe you arc one of lt eUullch friendt, tecH tru-Oit or Clerk of the Coon of Appeal, u( the DmnorrtK party abject to the actio Wanted, Capital to Build Houses to Rent. perManiit InveMment for a ffw amp letceurily. inuuirc at thit ot!ice A HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, srANlORP, KV ilh a io(!i, told or Jwy and hould l.e utilUted at throat, Iubs or chel trouble, It irxuie a bottle evn xuaraiiteed a fair trial. once and Kie it ery tune or money refunded. Trial bwttlo tree It li, when oiiec wonderful thin trial I)r. Kloe' Sew Dweuvery ver after holui tlieTiomc If you hje "eer uel it a place in )car. Iflji with Engineering and Surveying in ailjbranchos. at ! A R. Penny'. FOR KENT. of elegant rom on I.aaraiter Street, tuittblc tor affice nnHlnery or bed room W.O W1.L.CII. J3tf A couple -- Perhap you arc run down, ran't eit, can't leej ca nH think can l no anyming in ..v- -. an dyou wonder wnet aus you L.n..in,. .ah ar. mUini? ihe firit ttcDinto ner- ou nrcd a nerve tome and In voim protttatieti Ekcttic Hitters you will find the eaact remedy let nervou ytcm to it nor.nal, reitoruij; your healthy condition. burpnin retultt follow Ihe u.aottlm great Nerve Ionic and Alterative. Your appetite return Rood digeulon l rettored, and tho liver and kidney retuine healthy actwn. Try a bottle 1'rUe 5c. at A H Penny drug t ore. The First SUp. Attention, Coal Humeri, m rui ""'"""" im and ard bl ''P!"1 nanJ luyNyard qnbtv l.eav .ii Coal in 1 ol d they will be attended to WANTED To Ken' J l J Slarlard Kr illOrilNS, niomptly. Jclliro, J.ily your erden at A Small Engine nnd Bollor, jl I89O. A Child KUlod. Another child killed by the uie of opiate gh en in the form of toothing y rup. Why mother uive their children ueh deadly poion it urpritinjr when they can relievo th child of iu peculiar It trouble by uilng Dr. Acker' llaby .Soother. K. contain no opium or morphine Sold by Penny. For two r three i ml Al'rr.i. Mating putt and condition of tnaClilnciy, oa-W. 1. McCAHTV, Klngivillo, Ky. Harper 'g VToolsly, II.I.L'SIRATF.I). I well etuhlithcd pl.ru, WALLACE E. VARNON, 'eHarprr a WrvVly bat anewpar in Amenra Irading illuttratcd he fairnet ol lit rdilorul commmtton l; Attornoy at Law. --- Advo-vocat- e Mid-dlesbor- o, Mii.i.eim)EVIlle,Kv. The undersigned voters of Milledgeville and vicinity request you, in event tho present General la Life Worth Living ? Assembly should call a Constitutional Not if you k through the world a ilytpeptic. Convention, to become a candidate V. Dr. Acker' U)pcpla Tablet ate a positive the wort formt ol dytpcpu, indigsttlon, represent Lincoln county in said Conand constipation. Guaranteed and wld by vention: J. K. Helm, W. Akin, A A. K Penny. A. Bussell, S. M. Daugherty, Ben I). Cavi't Sleep Nltfhta Ciresham, J. T. Uaddis, J. K. Wright, O. I the complaint of thoutandt mnVrini from T. Sandidge, G. W. Camden, Nathan couht, etc. Did you evur try prep Belden, F. K. Compton, Weaver Dunn, Dr. Acker' Knglith Remedy t It it the II. C. Minor, W. M. Sandidge, J. S. Ha- - Jt.it ten known for all lun; troubles. Sold on a and 50c by A. K l'onny gan, 1'. u. samliilgc, w. K. Akin, W. S. "piuve guarantee nt 251 Gaddis, A. S. Curuher, Preston Benedict, Wo Can and Do M. W. Benedict, JV. D. Bout, Isaac Gib(luar.iHtcc l)r Acker' IMtod Kliair, for it ha son, (J. A. Camden, S. D. Stanland, S. L. been fully d e mom t rated to tbe peoplonf ibl couh-rthat it I tuporior to all o.fcer preparation, for I.uuceford, J.S. Bonedif-t- , G. I., l.uneu-for- blood rfitcnMif. It it a potitive cure for philitu J. A. Benedict, J. L. Gaddis, W. .S It ulcer, eruption ad pimplt cun-fo- r Stanford, --- Kentucky. 1 Will practice in all the count of thit and adjoin ig counties and in the ouru of appeal lOdKcower McRoI.erlt & Stagg't druj; ttore (. WOOD 313 WALLAGE, I Avenue, current pejltlc ha earnco for It the and couK denc ot ail impartial readrr. and the vatietv and ettellrnce of it literary conttntt. uhlch imludc tenal arid hirt torie by the and mint ular author fit It for tbe peruul of people of tie wldt'.t range of ta.tr and mir.ultt. the Weekly tuppleineni. are nf temark.bl variety, n.twe.t and value No eipen.e i tpared to brimr the n mie.torocrelartJttk abiliiyj. bear upon the illu.tratjnn of the .Weful ol bUiory. A Mc.lc.n romance home and Iroin the pen of rhoiiia, A Janvier will appear in the eklyin re.pi lt pW iV !t Men's Outfitter Fourth Louisville, C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Kentucky. Harper' Harper' HarptM-- Harper's Periodicals I'er Yeni Weekly . Ilaipcr't Magazine ........ $4 4 o op lUar ' Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, -- r,tac fr anada ir Mtmio. Youug I'coplc to all uUriber. 4 im 00 I'm ted y TANKORI), KY I d, url-(- factory 'lli dnlUd pri.c. to ordxr and I'llltlJ uriiiihed Bice. book-keep- d, The undcieJicucd citizens of Itowlaud, Lincoln county, request you in the event tho present General Assembly should call a Constitutional Convention, to become a candidate to represent Lin coln county in slid convention: T. L. Shelton, Lynn Hutchison, Thomas Farley, W. T. Warren, C. M. Shumate, T. I Shawley, Jno. F. Delaney, J. T. T. P. Bugg, Leonard Evans, Charley Ward, J. T. Arnold, Hobort Chap-pelP. C. Price, Thomas J. Fisher, Robert W. Martin, W. B. Akins, J. M. Beets, Alex Martin, Frank Martin, D. M. Bond, C. K. Patterson, N. Blair, .L. M. Leslie, J. T. Payne, W. L Murphy, James Bas-tiWin. BiiBtin, W. H. Sears, I). A. Kirkpatrick. Bar-net- t, l, n, d thoroughly buikJ the waole tyatma colltutin. A. It. Penny up tbe a common, It i rtliuarv ll whoa they caifNifuro a vjlwibl liiig-itaone for the tame coney. Dr. Aikor'a Knallli lull ar.) a potitive euro for nek headache and .,1 et. nntlly taken They are imVI, liver trouble and do not gripe. For ale by A It Penny. k A Duty to Yournolf. (urprUinK that people will uc SALESMEN To a i for th einplovincnt iiiarantec , Mil lheolum. of the We4.ly twgia oith .t number for January r. wk yw. When the imt ,c uietionl, uhMnpiioa v. ill bnRin wub t,,c numlwr (urrent at tin rrceipi of order llouiid Volume, ol llarptr . Weekly f,.r ti.r. n )ear l.a k. in Heat . loth biu.ling, will )., sent y "11 ptaipaiu nr i.y iprr,a lr rilitn r it Tinru ne IIM(ni u 'I p (,luii 1. t.l , for fj utr voluave. ( mth cwmw ettlul men lion thit paper. , V,y M ,it"nit, if d N'nr-rr- v (i)i)l !' uting t Al.AIIAMA Rlk (, tu av I Steady lor iu Men Ala. Hnntt.illp HenitUBcm ohM Im. load.' by order r draft to avoid, haare chH... .Nvw(,arr. lire not to copy thj. adtrrti.emelit win rpriH OrOfir ftl lllttur Addrr IIAKI'I KA IIRlllIIIIIS t N' w York . V- ifh ""t fr . h rc Y..li, '"1 . ',,,,lm,d .MiMble reieipt .iolti. e in..fty for bin.' ,.i (.,.... Nicholas I.onuworth, n well- known lawyer and jurist, of Ohio, died nt hiB homo near Cincinnati. Tho cattleman on tho Uintuh rane, in WyomiiiK, are Katheriiif; their stock for tho purpose 01 Miipping them into Kansas. Tho fcevero weather and deep snow in Wyoming makes this necessary. Itnl-'- FOB SAXiE A Krick House and L,ot, 11 mpied by Mr. On Somerset trect, at pre-eA very deorable plai e and can be G II Cooper obtained at a bargain Add res or tall on W H. ANDERSON, Harper, Kantn, Or I1 M. MrKOllKRTi, Stanford, Ky. ILo Ubsx. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. I Tr i;o nothing parent (liould bu o careful There about a selecting a couh yrup. licgK' Cherry Couh S) rup cost no more than tho cheap and inferior notru:n thrown on the nurVet. The hotts. 15 none too good, be sure and get RKOCS'CHKKIC V 1'or sale, age Weleeplton hand at all mtdrru COUGH SYRUP t line. A R. I'cuny, Druggitt. m A Good Cough Syrup. lie (.teat We nuw have THROUGH TRUNK LINE. rfead Choice Saddle Stallions from ( Is the nldl nnd moot popular rclcntltlc ard mechanical paper publlthed nnd ha the Urvctt circulation of any pn ptr of tta clatt in the n t!1. Kully llluttruted. lleitt data ot Wood Knerav- Inn (Kit at. A.I wunlle Unml fnf inniman con?. l'rlc3ayer Koar DMmthiMrinl.il. thepen-itentiar- y rd A (treat uccom. Kach ltne contaloa colored lithoKruphlc rlateaof country hiiU mi reiiU'n. ce or public builitlnci. unlernn enirraviri.' and full plant and tpecldratioui Jur thoute ol riicliHconleinplAto huiicllnir. I'rltH tiiOft 25 a copy. .ML.N.N CO., I'L'ULIiiUEIIn. ARCHITECTS & IUILDERQ American. O a irood healthy, pearly Wm Few aro aware of the hurt time it takes for a ditordercd liver to caue bidlchet 011 the fuco, and a dark greaty kfn. One bottle of I1EGGS" HI.OOD J'UIIIFIER and KI.OOD MAKER will rettore thit organ to it natural and healthy state, nnd ilciu.e the blood It It meeting uith wonderful of all impuntie i.ccet. We gnarant'e et-r- bottle A II l'onny, DruKSitt. I What A Fortune w 9j-io- For particular 4 veart. JOHN T Wf)OOFORO, Ml. Sterling, Ky. to -- SOUTH' & WEST With m ' KOR- Louisville To Nashville, , Mflmnliie SALE AT A SACRIFICE Atlanta, I will i'H r the lioime known as the . ' Montgomery, ft. DRUNKENNESS-TH- B (T-- ln rnayber-cciir- . Hppl-lo- to Minn A Co., who hare had over aa u jean' pxperloncn and have niauo ovr lul.liu application for American ana rir-- 1 finn iiatent. fend lor Handbook, Corre. pondenco strict. y o.ntlilentlal. In rate your nuuk In not reentered In the l'at. ent orllce. apply ti Alt ns A Co.. und procura Inimedlalo protection. Send for Handbook. CorVUKillTS for book, chart 1, mupt etc., quickly procured. Addrca .11USN cV CO., I'lilPiiI Sollcllora. DATEMTS ni by ir TRADE MARKS. 11 . CU'llUL Oi net. SCI UllOAliWAY. N. v For ON K THOUSAND UOI.I.AHS cash. cup of tea or coffee without Only one Lhange la point in the knowledge tf tho perton taking It, effecting a The Cottage opposite the Railway ipeedy and permanent cure, whether the patient Depot, & a moderate drinker or .in alcoholic wreck. rnotiiands of drunkard have been cured who formerly occupied hy II K. Miller, at the tnme place for KKilll HUNDKI.U DOLLARS EMIGRANTS have taken the Golden Specific in tlicir cullep cash. knowledge, and to. day brlicvc they without their Seeking home on the line.f thi, road will receive bpesial rate. quit drinking of their own !feo will. No harmfu- - Same can be eeu by applying to Mr. V V Ken nedy, Crab Orchard. AcTor"riteee;r0' "", Cu"'"ar etfrct retultt from its adminiftration. Cure guarroute anteed. Send far circular aim full particular. Ad-dr- c C. I ATAipHB. (J. H. ft T, A J. OTThNHF.lMKR, in contidemc Golpkn Sftciitc Co., 181 2111 Va. 30 Stale Street, New Voik , .( 71 HaceStreet. Cincinnati, O Loiiisviile, all tho World thoro Is but ono euro, Dr. Hainoa' Goldon Bpeclrlc. a LIQUOR HAB Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Newport News & MJ33. Valley Co. It can be given in ARKANSAS TEXAS. "' tl t L i& - .!.: ., m T- - w ""' tj, , y '.i w , ty.v..ti yg-W- , Luvi-- ' il1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal for rent. Centrally located in Stanford. T. W. Miller. A FiiLifCLABH Btore-roo- Stanford, Ky., January New white goods, Hamburgs, linen, 21, 1890 edgings, tablo linen, napkins, Ac. Sev erance & Son. m m " E.O.WALTON.BUB.MQnaROr MEANS BUSINESS. A. H. T.. friend, Mr. A. L. Wilson, of Florida, a Kelley, a tine workman from Indiana. HATS, and a- box of extra line oranges raised by that PERSONAL POINTS. of Jah. M. PiiiLii's. Worn gentleman, which lie appreciates very And Korsos. much and which he is liberally dividing out with siill'ering from wbieli he could Miis. T. D. Hank i very hick. i obtain no relief, Mr. Juiiich M. Philips t illcll piilliclv at Mt Sterling, Ky , on Mis.1 Iiia I'iikwitt iH tlio piest o( Mr. with his friends. took his own life Friday afternoon. For W. 1. Tutu. Citizkns' Anti Saloon Mki.ti.no. All ten years a continual pniu in his lieiid Friday, February 14, 1890, TIIEMh. II. II. Dankh i cotitlned to bis who are opposed to licensing the sale of has driven him almost crazy and he had five J ack i, 30 Jennet and about 3; hrail llor.t. lie Jack intitule one j.ymr old, two yearling! room with fever. uounty of Lincoln, are often threatened to end his earthly stiller intoxicants in the weanling. One of the v.inlinL' llo,v. H. C. ViuiKN was culled honu requested to incut at the Court-housLarg-,- ) in ing by suicide. His family gavu little and two the othtr by the great Alexander. it imp. G Durdaux, include Imp. 7huda, the clam of The Jenncti btisineoH. Saturday by some Stanford on .Saturday, -- '( h int. at l::i0 attention to Iiih threats, however, but ltord.iux nnd in foal to Alexander tincc lat And will be sold at greatly reduced prices. Mis Hi:i.i.k Cook, of Huntoiiville, !h o'clock i m. Tiie meeting to be irres- how deeply in earnest lie was is shown April She It a 1ni animal and her produce by Alenandrr i mre to be very superior. In thi yMUiik her Muter, Mrn. Ii. H. Cooper. pective of pnrty. Many Voters. there M nothing over 10 yeits old by his work of Friday. He seems to tut of Jennrt old enough STAGG & McROBERTS. but what hat produced a nnl nothing MihoKH.Mn.NTi: IIakiiim ami Xorti have gone about it in a methodical way. cult. Seventeen ol thet.e Jennet have been bred Tiik colored people are preparing for a went to Junction City Saturday. to, think, at good a Jack at litet, Alexander, nt Cnrr's restau After writing several notes wiiich be left and think 14 tr 15 of them .itu foil. Mihrt Maihiik 1'oi.k, of Iouisville, Ih swell social and dance Ainonij on a table in a room that he took care stjiidnni the Horte it Prince Archie 7998, a 1th trotter, 15X, handt high, 5 yean A. Kv- - rant on the night of the 2.'5d. They have visiting her histor, Mrs. Muj. II. mover, ound thew lind a Urge number of invitations print- to carefully close, be wen', into the sta- old, a fineany country in ever retpect anil ablack. hertcfn Hnitle Denmark, aiiH. appears the names of ble which he also closed after him. Ho ijS liandt liiRfi, old, sound, a natural urs Miw. Pktkii Stiiaih and Miss Annie ed and unon them began by notching u rafter so that the toddle horse head and tail in rirjit place, very handtome. Mrnuli liavo returned from a vlit to Misses Sophia Whitley, Ihiiiii Sailer and rope could not slip, to which he tied l.ntll &.. nj .!.. !.. horse, .! A.lna the ntil Annie Cook as committee on invitation. Parlrsvllle. Krcat trace chain. Then fixing the woolen natural taildle told for Kxd ttjle, by Fashion by Sl.Eoo, out of Koico, who Col- - T. I lit i.i. Iihh been on a vinit to I ii w k resumed charge ol the Weatli-erforcomforter that he always woiu around lleauly half blood Pcrcheron italliont, '1 wo t Are headquarters for comine 3. bin daughter, Mr, Nenedlct Spnlilinjr, Hotel, at Hustonville, and will be his neck so that the chain would not v4l. ..trie i.wwt flllM. bix Lebanon. glad to have my friends ami the travel- tear the lie looped it in position. line ne and read tor v.ork. i'erebcron seldiiKS, JIim Ida ani I.ixikTwiiiwhi.i. have ing public generally to stop with mu. and sliding from his perch in tiie loft, Several urade niaret, jiiin filllen by Mambrino c&o. Rood maret. returned to HuBtouvillu and miiiiy hearts Mv rates arc very reasonable and my liascnoKeu looeain, tne tan tailing to lorett, out ofnumber of good "md mares and Iletide,a Mt nru Inexpressibly sad. table will be unsurpassed. Good livery break his mck. About half an hour af- horses Knr any informatlen atfdres me at and Plows! Plows! Plows! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Stirling, Ky. Cntalocue if Stallions Jacks John Mykhh, who'ued to run attached. Huston- ter wnrds the notes were found and search J'nnetcan le had en application by Januarj 15. I). S. Carpenter, Oait. C HOWEM.. Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no hre on tlio K. C, ih Mck nt bis boine in ville. for him commenced. He was soon Msysvillo and not expected to live. diecovered und strange to say the strugplow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to Tin: surprise party gang got n black gle Mhh. J. M Kakkih, Mrs. Ii. 0. Keller, had left no sign upon his features. Mtn. S. P. SUitfK and Kobttrt Karris eye Saturday evening. Some 0 or S cou- He looked perfectly natural, his mouth Jr., do good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. are nil down Iji irippe nt Mr. J. Iv Kar- ples selected that time to surprise a and eyes being closed as if in sleep. ilen re to tell my larm of ahout 130 aires, situyoung ladv in the country, but on arriv- Judge ris. Varnou, on being notified, held ated about i'4 mile-- , north nt Stanford on the Miss ing at her home at a rather lato hour she There lliith Hranch Miw. .Maktiia MiAmthk and an inijnest, when a Verdict was render- are about so pi'e.opponte the old chutih balance in v. heat and re, the Mnttie. of Danville, have gone to Orlan was found to be so sweetly sleeping that ed in accordance w itli the nbovo facts, of the farm wairctet in tim th. ( od I'wellins ell and kllehrn and do Fin., wlmro tlioy will upend sovorol the raps, loud and long, on bur door fail hi addition to a letter left for his wife iu of fourit rotunt watered and fprncd a tplelidid new well barn, roetion can I ed to disturb her slumbers. F' r be Kiten imineJiattly mouths. which he mnkus uurluiu rctiuusts with llmlry, Stanford, tr vrue pjitmiUr, ce J. at tHe nn.lernened (iAiiinnn, ol Manchester, MihiUmm E WITHERS TiinMatshal nrruoted Ike Hubble and regard to his private affairs, the follow- CiDLinnall. Ohio hpont a couple of days with .Mrs. J. P. Henrv IiobiiiMin, colored, on the charge ing was found scrawled as if written on Ilailryun bur return from Lexinuton of Mealing $'M from Judge T. L. Shelton, some rough substance: sssfs Dr. A. S. Hud Frankfort. they proved that they found it ami Fou W. P. Walton. but rWyWfjJJ Sl K..KON DINTIST Tun editor accompanied bin brnthiT the judge was under the impression Jas. M. Philips Si'inDui), OlfKe on Mk street, oer W n McRoburt' Mr.T. II. Walton, iih fur an Knoxville that be lost it on tin street, so Judge Just bemuse he had endured the torture I'ruK More. Mamorii. and on bin return will visit Middlesboro Carson turned them loose. They had for ten lonjr years. Could get no relief and Pinellle. spent about $10 of the money. from the Ird, although ho had petition-eel- , mm ' Ir is rertml tiint Tom Cartnn, hon of earnestly and fervently, and the A nti.it v containing Charley Carson the late Judge Itiinsoin rnrnon, is fatally I hate office to mv retideftte, oppo utterly failed. Hence this rnsh ite Femal CoHeire. where I will I e found at all ill at Crab Orchard from' the ollVcts of ami two lovely young ladies was over- net. No comtnents please. HL'OH RKID. timet. turned ut tlje comer of Main and Ijutcas-te-r cigarette smoking. Jah. M. Philips. inov-m- l alstreets Sstunluy afternoon and Mil .mMii. J. F. liAKl'Khavo He also left a letter to Judge Vnrnon to Ixiuhiville, uiuuh to tbo regret o though all were thrown to the ground requesting him to ask Sam Harding, who KOARDEKS of friends mnde during their mv-ts- 1 none of them were hurt. The display holds the policy on his life for $5,000 for years' stay here. of hosiery is said to have been very line. property the benefit of his live children by bis I bate rentpd the and am of Mrs. Cath Bailey tnkp. J. T. Hock Kit, who is conductor on a The buggy top stuuircil to some extent, liret wife, to collect the amount and pay n Lancaster streetreatonable. now prepared totaken Goods, Day boarders boarders Termt freight train on the C. V. Hranch, wuh but the damage was slight. to Apply 1110 nt anybody his funeral expenses out of it before di: wife back with i.,t uulle hunt Sunday and took bib Goods, Tiik Daily Fort Scott Monitor says that viding it among them. Ho also held a him to peml n week or bo. for the First National Hank, in which the policy in the State Grango for fJ.OOO Mb. Joiin.S. IJuoiiem ban disposed of I Chennults are largely interested, ami ma- the benefit of his Inst wife, by whom he j bin business interests in Somerset, to the His property con-- i children. ny of our citireus are stockholders, has had four lejret of many of our vitirens. We declared a dividend, paya- sistfi of 10 acres of land iibout a mile Judge tt3T All Fresh and Sold at the Lowest Possible Prices at hoped to claim him permanently. 1, of 4 per cent, and is in a from town on the Danville pike, worth about tbo ble February Kindrick wuh unite badly hurt In the corporate limits ef Rowland. splendid shape. It is well managed and with the improvement? perhaps 2,f00. head by being thrown from a horse.' 7:1 years old, n member II J IIARSI1, Rowland. So unco its increased capitalisation to SHOO, Mr. Philips was .Somerset Hepr,'rchurch and stood well (KM) has the largest paid tip capital in of the Christian Mn. A. A. Lkwib, editor of tbo SomerCor. Main and Somerset streets, Stanford, Ky. with all who knew him. His remains THE CINCINNATI Southeastern Knntus. set Republican, wan hero Snturday and were taken to Iirvnntsville for interment Sunday visiting bin relatives and renewSomk 75 or 100 citizens of Waynes-bur- Sunday. ing old friendship. Ho 1iih been in the. publish a card in the Somerset newspaper business about 13 years and denying that any Lincoln people CHURCH AFFAIRS. WILL PAY hna auccceded in establishing a paper wont to Tatoville to murder Squire I). ' -- Rev. IJ. C Mormon is holding a meet that has brought him n good living Gooch. They simply wont to get him to Methodist church, Iou-- , a great deal of inilnciye in bis send some money to his destitute wife ing at the Uh St. "Model Grocery" you will find TO AGENTS SENDING THE iwrty. and family, whom he left to support isville. was forThe Hev. Lyman Abbott Mr. T. IJ. Walton, of Stanford, themselves as best they can. They Largest Number of Subscribers between ' mally installed pastor of Mr. Ik'echer's dnys for California in would bo in the Coffees, leaves in a few but for kind Nov. 1, 1889, and Marcb 31, 1890. recovering his health. His noighbois and friends who furnish them church at Brooklyn Thursday night. hopes of Goods Hev. John Blair closed a ten days To assist the aconts in their work, we will friunds in UiicmsUt Join with editor W. with food. The card gives (iooch a very Sl'BSCHIIJKItS they .htain meeting at Lily, whore be organized a alo pay to the Cheese, best P., in his wish far "speedy Iwdnauie and names siivend parties, left Sunday whom he has swindled in the meanest church of 17 lnembors, 2S of whom are lie UncasCer News. joined during Brother ni'lit after having made Stanford his kind of way. As s majority of the sign- now members, while the other l!l changTobaccos. meeting, wiuks. ers are Hooches and presumably some Blaii's home for H year linking thr.-membership to that place. The For Correct, or as near Correct Answers : well I hi loss will bo felt in religions .ib His stock is always clean, fresh, full and attractive. He carries an kiutolhu fellow, it is pretty certain ed their following problen.namely new church will be called the Slate as possible to the as business and social circles. that thoy know whereof they ntllrm. assortment of Queensware, Glassware, Tin- and Woodenware. What will be tho total number of subltidgo church. London Kcho. scribers in the lirst 5 largest lists received in SuperinUITYANU VICINITY. IV. J. K. Gilbert, General Kiii.KD by Tin: Cahs.. Tim Arnohi, the above content i Give him a call and he will make it to your advantage. r mni im nMT roo mul it mnv be near sugar one ot the workmen on Capt. (.Jeer's tendent of the International Sunday Fiftukx pounds of nice brown fighut mav inn train, ws killed near Laurel Station School Institute, acting under the auspi- 5000. Ko oneguess tell exactly, WILL VA ut it. WE for SI. H. h. Myors. ure on it and Sunday-Schoo- l A C SINK j J.N. MEKEFEE ces of the Kentucky rimrwlay nitht. He had ju.t llniuhed $100 Cash for the tst Nearest Correct Guess. bujtiiy nml hoonfl thiiirs oatiui! Kti)pur and was stepping from the Union, will lecture at the Christian Columiiuh 50 Cash for the 2d Nearest Correct Guess. forenlobyT. K. Walton. boarding car to the one he slept In, when Church Saturday evening, Jan. ."itli. 50 Cash for the 3d Nearest Correct Guess. mass meeting at tho Bap50 Cash for the 4th Nearest Correct Guess. be uifoxud bis footing and fell to tbo Sunday-schoo- l le f0 to 00 fuot 50 Cash for the 5th Nearest Correct Guess. Wantkd. A tli Sunday afternoon at '.) o'clock. track. Ono of the men saw him fall and tist church ami 100 Cash for the Gth Nearest Correct Guecs. loiin. MuHtlie of looiiHt or services at tho Presbyterian 50 Cash for the 7th Nearest Correct Guess. "Wa- tbo train was stopped as soon as possible. Union Hiimll as iiohsibh. Apply to V. I. 50 Cash for the 8th Nearest Correct Guess. He was founil still breiithiui;, but terri- church Sunday eveninir. The object of, lton. 50 Cash for the 9th Nearest Correct Guess. mangled. Both legs wero broken, a these meetings will be to establish Sun-bly 50 Cash for the 10th Nearest Correct Guess. classes. normal ABTX donio-t-rifearful gush was cut In his bead and UiiniiiT Fkiiiiii.1., ii wlit'tiMioreu 100 Cash for the 11th Nearest Correct Guess. Mouldings, and Scroll Work, county, lint now in btiBinchfl wounds showed on various other parts Cash for the 12th Nearest Correct Guess. 50 of IIiIb FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. 50 Cash for the 13th Nearest Correct Guess ..t .liirii.tioii Citv. bus our thnnkn for a of bis bodv. He lived only a short time 50 Cash for tho 14th Nearest Correct Guess. Foil Sam:. til good yearling mules. liberal cninplo of bis wares, vhhih wo an did not reL'aiu consuiousnexs. The 50 Cash for the 15th Nearest Correct Guess. Cedar and Locust Posts. remains wero brought here where bis B. W. Gaines, Stanford. WO Cash for the 16th Nearest Correct Guess. jiroiioiiiico extra linu. Lumber Yard. Wctwilt carry a full stock of ever thing found in a Tho Tennessee lmportuv Co. sold 17th Nearest Correct Guess. live, for interment. Ho wiis people 50 Cash for the A C SINE, Itiikineis Manager. in this ofHce Guess. Unk of tbo Kontltimi'ii 50 Cash for the 18th Nearest Correct 'JO years old and had not been at :l jacks last week at i00 to Sl.'.'OO. capital about 50 Cash for the 19th Nearest Correct Guess. nuio within : of cuttiiiK the V. M. lackey sold to Church, of work for the road but a short time. 50 Cash for the 20th Nearest Correct Guess. 10 cotton mules at $70. prize in tbo Ink drawing of tbo Louisiana Tennessee, 100 Cash for the 21st Nearest Correct Guess. 2."i miles from to look liko Denver, Si'iuxi.itoiK, Staty Lottery. It begins "a X ! JO. Q 50 Cash for the 22 d Nearest Correct Guess. & John Bohon, of Casey, bought in O if notfaino will Bomo day crown Coloiado, is tho latest town on tho boom- this county l'J cotton mules at $i0 to 50 Cash for the 23d Nearest Correct Guess. .Tfl Ata fnr the24th Nearest Correct Guess. ing calendar, or rather tho town that is $70. tlto liead of tbo newspaper man. &c 50 Cash for the 25th Nearest Correct Guess. IDIRtrO-a-IStrying hardest to put onthatappearance. Kiul par-- ; Joe Coll'ey bought of Fast Mr. A. Tiitiiiii.fi, who linn HitcccHsfully Tho scheme iB to give ovory other lot Every yearly subscription received irom cattle at ties 10 head of li and November 1, lhSi), to March 31, 1M)0, is enrun tbo Tribblo Ilou-- o at Junction City away for the small cost of recording tbo J cents. titled to one guess. r..r mnriv voars. has rented tbo Cumber. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, deed, which amounts to only ?2.50, The money will be paul out as above, n Carter & Givens bought a lo hands Middlesboro, and will tako land Hotel at syndicate retains tho interven- mule from T. J. Hill for $105 und sold a matter how far from correct tho answers may while the FANCY ARTICLES, &0 be. It is a business problem with potwrtoion Fobrunrv 1st. Mr. O. J.Thur- ing ones and will erect businos unci to William Hue for $!I10. to no subscriber fair alike to all, early will take charge of tho hotel at dwelling houses on them. This will in- horses mond and late comers, as no evidence, of what will Phywciansprescriptioiu accurately compounded. The farm of the lato John 11. Brooks lie the correct answer can be had until the Junction City. duce the owners of the lots obtained so in Woodford county of 10(1 acres sold at last subscription is recorded. from Niuholasvillo Ktiyh. cheaply to build thus gettimr tho outside commissioner's rale, to Col. l'eppor, at Subscribers not wishing to mnkc amies iiflBHHuHHE?ij9VjHVB may civa that privilege to the Agent, In Several lots have Tlio residence of Mrs. S.illio C. Welch world interested. $10S..r0. hkb ease a distinct understanding imi"t THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Hue been secured by parties here ami others defective lx) had between them. rauniit tiro Saturday from a Col. Jas. Morris bought this week Agents are not limited to any one CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. buildint; and several outbuild-Mcswi- have applied. Our friends, tho Lancas and the Bros., of Tennessee, .!0 but can have iaiH!rs sent to any s ter people, should not let this pass them, for McConnell averaging 87.") pounds at Part of tho destroyed. Ever brousht to thti market. Price lower than and shoulders yearling cattle the loweit. Watchci, Clock and Jewelry Ue. JOHN R. McLEAN, w3 saved. Loss, $.'J,000; insured in even if they are beadMiddlesboro has '1 cents, with $1 added for buying. Midpaired on jhortlnotiec and warranted. Kntiuirtr, incinnat, Ohio. American for f 1,000. Mrs. deep in the money Publisher tho North way Clipper. for them. been tin? source of making formerly lived here. kinds from A. It. IVnnv. -Si-icid- runny. calls on Mr. W. II. Miller Watches nnl jewelry repaired nml to Additional bo a candidate to lepresent this coun warranted. A. It. Penny. Tiik bent place to liny drutr, patent ty In tlu event the Constitutional Tiik bisiness of Mr. T. J. Hatcher has is called will be found in anoth- tueilicincH und toilet iirticleB in at A. H. become s. extensive that be has been Pennv'B. errolumn. compelled lo empley an assistant and be Hoy vour hcIiooI bookd, ink, tablet, Mn. S. S. MBits received from bis has secured the services of Mr, Charles nupor, pencils nml hcIiooI supplies ol all bi-foUon-ventio- Comk ntui HCttlo your account. Tiik nextattractiou at the Opera House is the Koycet Lansing Musical Comedy Co. February 5th. It has been booked since November 10 and is snid to bo very line. W. . Kidd, of Clark county, lias Foiiciu.n fruits, candiesnnd fancy cakes bandied since the 1st of August, for the at It. Zi miner's,. export trade, 4,170 cattle. The average Ovkhcoatb, cloaks, and heavy boots at weight wns l,f80 pounds and the avercost at 8. L. PowersA Co.'s. age price was S4.07J per hundred. The (Jiikklkv bent in another cold total value wns'.,87,078..'U. Jlno. 11. S. Terrill, of Ueren.Bold to Joseph wavu signal yesterday saying the tomper- of cotton mules nt Hendricks a car-loaaturo would tall to by this a. m. 5100. Col. Mnhcrley has 10 yearling 1 will Bell 60 shares of stock in the mules, 5 ol which menburo 15 , three First National Bank of Stanford on of them 15 -' ami two of them 15 1 hands nuxt county court day in February to high. Who can beat this. Register. tht highest bidder, unless sold privately .VKW AUVKIITISKMKXTS II. T. Hush. . STAGG & MeROBERTS Successors to Urucc & McRobcrts, Desire to announce to the public that they are now ready for business at their new stand,' recently vacated by Owsley & Craig, cor. Main and Lancaster streets, and ask a share of your patronage. They keep constantly on hand a full and complete stock of 'ir n PUBLIC SALE JACKS. JEITETS Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, LARGE SUPPLY OF CLOTHING. -- I e Iul Stock of Ovorooats is Very Dick-crso- n 1 I 111 4 HIGGINS OTKINNEY U a. X d hall-blo- Ib-s- j Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, lame, 97-- i Farm For Sale. 1 i PIIICE, REMOVEDI phv-sicia- Butcher Knives, Sausage Grinders, Lard Cans, Sage and Pepper, Heavy Groceries, Fancy Groceries, Canned Beans and Hominy; fine Syrups, Country Hams, California Candies and Fruits, WANTED. v:vrK. For Sale semi-annu- Twenty Building Lois - MARK HARDIN'S, He-port- er WEEKLY ENQUIRER bo-hid- es AT A. 'A. WARREN'S $2,OOO.00 Sugars, poor-hous- e IN CASH PREMIUMS, S1,BOO.OO Molasses, Beans, Hominy, Rice, Soavs. Canned of even deserivtiou. the Preserves, Jellies, Piehles, Cream Sauces, jjatntQ rowaers, Jixtracts, uigars ana - -'- SINE & MENEFEE, BOOHS Laths, Shingles, Etc., Brackets BOUGH AND DF.ESSED LUMBER, B3LIMDS it dav-scho- ol iQSASH, 1 , ;fateitt wire and slat fence, tirst-ca- !E for-tui- A 1 A.OI9 TtBWi.WW MJJA J. -- ' T JEWBLBB, utlvan-tiise- s V Disi-ATt- f " ti 1 e, con-tent- "Welch .va.JiU. u "'o'fSt nam rET V4W"Vi,! .'sr TW '"J, - ' . f W ' V"" OI I TW atSILlS n...,.... ..wv.. ir y" i- - a - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal DESCENT OF JTGINTY. Version of tho Logond with Outs Aftor Holbein. The Song: Published Every Tuesday and Friday S'J PKJf ewWhen not VJ'iArt.iy ADVANCK o paid S2.60 will be chained.- A lilt Mure the Wa- r- How Iluu Met h I'nrnil. .Mucin it Met ami Fell. Thnt IU Mndo tho Or Went lick That It caused a tutnofactlon of LI ryo. Then he kicked up such a fuss that tho copi gut in tho rot!s, They aires tcil Dan for boltiK very drunk J Ami next morn the Judgo did say: "No fine And tho driver of tho cart ho then dirt spy; tie picked up hatf a brick and ho hit him uch a SELEOlOflS THE FIGS OF SMYRNA. OliMirrutlonit I. 31. IIRIJCE, V. uvm, 11 SUE AN! ":d stable, you'll have to pay, Hut six months you'll sleep upon a prison bunk." man lutsdy sent an appeal to tho Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning N"v Yorl. Ktenlnjj Sun to ory down public interest in tho touching story of at I jo p. ni. tho adventures, untimely death and Srittly phost of tho Into Daniel L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. This person was so unfeeling as ,11 31 pm Mail train going North collect-twl" South ...1 31 pm to refer to these happenings, .nj7pm Express train " South as MtiUlnty pur." .. 127 am " ' N'jrth His inappreelatlvo, not to nay ...630 am Loeal Freight North ,..S55P'n South. ... proposition mot with an instnnt "The latter trains aL carry passengers refusal In the editorial columns of this above icat ulated on standard time Solar paper. MefSlnty The was defetiiled as tho minute faster time i about of tho grout ami pathetic olas of men who go down Instead of going up, and In whoso lives aro tho great truths of human nature revealed. On further thought tho livening1 Sun feels hound to serve, humanity am! to Instruct a waiting world quick to sympa- Mc-tlint- y. y, . I K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. j iMIb v i l?r&Hwti''"TpT v i repro-onttitl- vo ' s&y Down went MctSlnty to tho bottom ef the Jail Ho stuld exactly six, and hU trwrd It coat him ntx ; , Sis long months, for nobody mmt his butt UretNl In hl Imst Sunduy olotlMtn. ciionrs. if H t4 ja&r POWDER Absolutely Pure This iwader nev When till hnlf your wat yBt thy If t Mobility wont. And bo r?rMl hiinwlf at la UMUtjtMf yoro; Imagine his suqMrW Up exwld srarrc boliut lters his eyes Wbeit he found hta wife had hMpitod tho day Iwfore. To lose bis wife und child O, such grtot would ilrlro lUui wtlrt Ami to drown himself he went dwi to tho Ami hu Jumped in, like a foot. Cnr he couldn't swim, and you'll lleor In mind that wator D.ui ne'or took before. Down went McOinty to the bottom of the ay, They havtjn't found him yoU Var the ater It wn vret And tuny ny UU weary ghot haunt tho docks shoro: etrciictn can.. t be sold in than the ordinary kind and .an competition with themuiutuic of 1W test, short weight, alum phosphutcp iMiler. Sold only in 11 ami n i.- - r.mes A mwm marvel More economical purity, ROYAL KAklNG I'OWDF.R CO., i?iob Wall street, New York. onoiit;. R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. VOWS WKNT M V.INTY. Ortieeun Main street, opposite I'ertmsin House, p stairs. Nitrous Oxide CJm gitcn for painless extracting. dTANFORD. KKNTUCKV. DR. Y B. TEMY, Ilciitist. 0,'nceJS.Mith idf Mam street, in office recently icattd bjJDr. I. K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. For Sate. power One txo; one tower I'ort.iblc I'. iglne; one Heed Crusher, all in complete order. Will eil any part a person may io-h- vnt 1 h. c. I'orrs, Huckeje. Ky &&L lis $ptau lnrvru liurn. ahiiie uceksutyiut in Auk Mfep (Ia55ieal oo 3- Rmalels thizo with a fallen man as to tho precise at broukof dcy Drcsesl In bin Iwnt Sunday ololhes. circumstances attending tho McUinty KXIU.ICIT DOtVX W1T M'nt.VTT. To this end tho whole catastrophe. text of tho poem is hero printed, Strong; 'lrctiint:intll llililn Aithbuch Btrlking illustration Coroner When did you see IMltor of tho leading situations In tho tragedy Hull last? as may servo to point tho mournful Witness Yesterday afternoon at four moral and adorn tho tearful talo. o'clock. "Did he havo any groat amount of money with him that you know about?" "Yes, sir." (Sensation.) "Then you think that his death may bavo been oausd by foul play?" "Yes, it may havo beoji "Now, will you please the jury what amount of money Editor Hull had when you saw him? "Threo dollars." Time. At tho 7.1trrary Kcroptlnn. y First Author (in background) seems to bo a perfect lion can't see why they're making such a fuss over him. Second Ditto Haven't you heard? no's been accused of plagiarizing tho plot and all tho characters of his last novel, and his publlshors can't print 'em fast enough to supply tho demand. Puck. " tt-1- Tol-lerb- n"& Uttsluc&s - 1i.ton Elliott, r'mmcim. nnd tutmn (rr each term of twenty $;. I'ir term open lat T. oday addreN s DIPLOTtS, t partii-iilar- Gives 70 Trunisq of Tsachcxs. kirksvillc, Ky. Sunday morning last, at nine, Dan McGlnty, drcie:l so tine. Was looking nt a very high stoue wall. When along came Pat McCann, and flays: "I'll bet live dollars, Dan, I can lava you at the top without a full :" On hU back he got poor Dan to climb the ladder ho began, Until he'd very nearly reached tho top: Hut for fear he'd loso his Ave Just as sure at you'ro alive Dan let go his hold, not thinking of tho drop : Ife Cometh Not Now. "Tommy, what did yoursLster say tho other evening when sho received my note, saying that 1 couldn't como that night?" "Sho didn't say any thing. Sho wont to tho piano and began to play some- thing." "Somothingsad, I suppose" "Xo, something very lively." Yankco Blade. tn o 9 w ir. S3 J H3 CO o o o 1 O 1 P O a. o rt-- W ef CO O r P Ofq -- 1 n & w p p e 3 a CO ef e C9 CO 3 o CO .- P-- P. o 3 1 CO 8 CO to . en P en o P ef P O o 3 n a 3 tn o c C5 CD 3 O. CO -- tn --t P O P ef & '4i4Si25iSKtf- - P WM. ADAMS 41 & SON, KY liKOADWAY MOTHERS FRIEND MKES.tfTrfJEPr f.i,.,rt H iVinRILNS PTfe T t ftV X T" LESSENS PMLnro DIMINISHES TO LIFE Sother n. BRADFiaDGUUTORTLANTAgA Violating tlio Traditions. Hrazenfield (proprlotor of the Century alive, 100 100) Mlnbtrels them With kicks and bruUes on bis face from such u Well, l)oy, how's buslnesaV faarful Doxonby (manager) Urn well not In ltls best Sunday clothe. very good. I'm sorry to say tho attendOff to hospital they hooked blm, and for dead ance Is falling olT like shot. the doctors booked him. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Wlm'a to Illume? (Susploioubly) "You haven't lleon Hut MeCllnty gave tho doctors a surprise, A law suit interesting to tho memlwrs springing any now Jokeri on tho people, For bo soon begun to shout: "Say, ye blackof tho medical profe.ion, as well as to guards, let mo out !" havo you? ' -- Time. Though his head was twico Us ordinary size. apothecaries, is before tho courts in THE LARGEST AND FINEST Cettliig at lilt Itfioril. Round to seo his wife and child, with delight be .Montreal. A French Cunniliiin practinear went wild; HOTEL IN THE 0ITY. Hank l'rsidont I liho young Stylo tioner, wishing to preserilw quinine for and I would liko to make h'tn uushier, child, through absent miiidetlnens but his ohuractor wrote upon his prebcriptioti bisulphate TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDDirector Not bad, I hoe? 1 of morphine instead of bisulphuto of RATES $2.50 know absolutely nothing about It quinine. Tho paper was taken to an "I ING TO ROOMS. ono way or tho other." titiotliecttry, whoso iinsintaut, "Couldn't you persuade him to run for nil error at once, attempted a substituA RUSSIAN IIAl'llS IN HOTEL. soma potty olllcial olllce?" Time. tion, and made up the povtdcrs with sul- TURKISH phate of morphine. The result was fa An Autumnal AihKna-;e'o a I-T- hk First Seedy Dude Ihke oool weather tal. Aud now a curiously complicated question hits to lie settled by tho judges. for ono thing. The father of tho child has sued tho docSecond Seedy Dude Whttt's that? This nonce forewarn. huntir, fisherman and "You can button your cottt up to your tor because it was through his absent chin without creating tho suspicion mindeduess that the child lo-- t its lifo. others not to trespiss mi our land, without per. minion, as all such uullie pro.eiutrd to the extent of thn law binned that it is tho absence of a clean shirt The doctor has sued tho apothecary for KD I) HOI'l'KR, J. that forces yott to doit," Texas Sift- - all the damages to which tho father's F. m'. HILL, is,ji. ai. imuuiiAiAn, suit may put him. lie pleads that ho ROUT.MCKUiir.u Ml, J. I.a. UKLth McAl.lSl S II. ItAUCIIMAN. ordered bisulphuto of morphine, and that S II SHAN'KS. M. FKLAND An irnilelrctpil Substltiitioii. IIKNKY if such a substanco existed and if the MRS l'KNCF.. llACOHMAN, A W. HOLMES, JOHN Foroman Composing Hooni Some of apothecary had sent it to tho child ho K.'l HAYD1.N. 1. C. I'AKIUSII. tho M.S. of Miss (lushington's novel would be responsible, but ho never or- A.J HOII.MKS I) V. Dr. V W.LOOAN, PI1IL1IF.RT RICHARDS. JOSH ADAMS seems to bo missing. dered sulphatu of morphine, aud it was II. V t.AINKS ft. Ho walked aloug as proud us John the Great: Kdltor Well, here aro ''(!ra '.s Anat- tho sulphate of morphine that killed the Mrs. SAMFORD IRWIN, J. McKINNKY. JOHN (J. I.YNN, In tho Mdewalk was a hoh to rccetvo u load of omy" and tho " Dressmaker's Manual." JOS. IIALI.uU. Mr. Al.lCh lL'CKKK Philadelphia Ledger. coal Makoitup from them in aljout equal child. McGinty never uvr until too lute! parts. I'uck. Writing HUlory. ciioitus. R. B. There is a pathetic piece of slang in Down went McGlnty to the bottom of tho hole. Ktlcklni; to HI Trail.-- . use out at the City hospital. On the The driver of tho cart gave the load of coal a "You say your old teuohcr hus becomo TO R headboard of each patient's lcd thero is took an hour'n a half to dig MeCllnty from a railroad man, Tommy?" Ksted a largo card, tiH)n which tho at"Yos, sir, he Is Into tnat business." the cool. HATTER, Dressed In his belt Suulay clothes. "fn whfitilepnrttnent? Is ho going to tending physician writes a description fil'MIOHAEL, THE of the case and something of tho personal ho a conductor?" 511 4TH AVSNUE, history of the patient. When tho man "Xo; ho will stluk to hi old Jxado m dies or is discharged, tho card is taken operating awituheu." Areola Ilecord. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. , I'f down anil filed away in the records of I'nlnt'nir. tho hospital, and the descriptive card of The Nobbiest & Mo3t Stylish Heshie TLatyounj artl-.tigoing to the next patient is put up on tho bed. thoiiiounUiinij to sketch. Stock of 'Talcing down his history" means tho .Jennie Sketch ubai patent medi-cln- doath or recovery of an invalid, nnd it is advertisement or. the nnsk? a popular expression among tho side Ihuar. men, who detent the mention of death. Interview in St. Ixmis Globe Democrat:. tn tirt l: . lie You von'ro drowning, (Jniliis of (lulil. Ever brought to the city ol Louisville, now open love, and I'll' jump In and roscuo you. ',, ', Every steji of life Allows how much including the ot I trlod that lust much! red. Goethe. is j' r. Mid the only thinr the gontlemun cautiongoodrcquirub nnd jiolish our brain KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS to It is c''i was to run u rule ao lite houoh for against that of others. Montaigne. And also my own importation of Knglith Mats !:,,..!. assistance. H.irt) It is a great misfortune not to havo and Cups. An elegaut line ot Canes and Lyon's A IVitOfnolty. mind enough to talk well, nor judgment Ctlubrated Umbrellas alwavi oy hand. Fine Atv:iiti:t Noa, sh-- do you wWi any "ojjough to besilont. La Bniyeto. SAOQUES, CAPS, bow-in'Li .V Ceremony keeps up all things; 'tis liko SEAL SKIN . II. .i'i-lnnM tn il riidi Kiiirit ni Rninr. i' '.. 'ndiiv.'1 I should v. Cilovos aud other Furs, a specialty. Orders out twiimv "i. ' i'..l I'll' ir itt' for en cjvt inf . Vlien they dtu da.iiiti r rellnnt wntr: without It the water were ildeuf city solicited, perfect satlafuetior guaran- veil r '. Spdttl. m' 6pilt, the plUt 'ted Don't I ail to order a NOIUIY HA 'iiji ciioitus. Down went McCilnty to tho bottom of the wall Although be won bis five, he moro doud than fall-Dre- ssed lo seven years old that they begin to fe bear fruit useful for commercial purHUSTONVILLE, KY. poses, but once thnt ago is nttnincd tho CT.T31. tree will yield its annual crop for sixty Arc .till iu h hutinet and ready to do any CRAII ORCHARD. KY We have a fu.l thine in the t'mlrrtaldnglin or seventy, or, with careful pruning, for ttiKk of Cuici and Oili-- of all kind und Kolc. Denier In- -Dry eighty years. Tho fruit does not nt nil of every deicriptioii Our liearie, which i nearly Qoods, Notions, Hats, Gaps new can be obtained on ahort notice Mr J 1. resemble tho ordinary black eating llg. (reen hat charge nl cur htwtnvM and will It is n short, pulpy fruit. A largo ono goodl lo any one needing atithing in or Hoots, Shoc, nothing, Hardware. Oueens- Hue would weigh quite four ounces. Tho ware, inwatc, t'urnilure und a 44.tr color is .1 bright yellow green, but when Conoral Lino of Crocorios, you cut into it tho flesh is white, with a Tiei, &c. Fancy Candies, Cr center of dark red. All UlniU of I'rmluce taken ih exchange for goodi The tnsto of theso figs is poor nnd rather faint, but tho pulp exudes an abundance of ainlwr colored juice, so &lvcy, &ccd and afe gtablc (hat they seem with tho slightest presNi t" es A Mississippi Valley t sure almost to drip with honey. Their S Jul VnliM'Ird Trains tn promise to the tnsto is moro than their 'xjrformnnco. Wo know how bountiful Philadelphia, a cherry orchard, or n garden wall covBaltimore, Now York, ered with peach trees, can look in tho ii - int. ami Southeast cdrly weeks of n mild spring. The ilg j. Only una untlii " Iruna l.eiKl"i treo (Hirers from almost nil fruit trees in this rcsixH-'t- , that it seems to lear 110 lour. 1, J liinr Card in Beet Jan I, iyc W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Mowers. Of course it does Mower if it I ON DON, K lastMiill Acin did not it could bear no fruit but it STA riON'S. Daily lor hire Dailt Mowurs invisibly. In fact tho (lower is onGood turnouts arid saddle horses alwatt conven t si res. F San Kt s reasonable terms London is the most In the concealed in what ultimately becomes tent point on the railroad to reach places l.9Wsuitast... ....:! Ji n'n ,j am is n i nisi of the Mate. " lainissM the fruit. If you cut oihiii lig when it in the mountain 6 il yn ,0 m ; Ju pm " WiMhfStJt, nsn 4 I' has nttnincd little moro than a third of ' " K. U. rlim MOUSE, " 211 tcrliag it full sixo tho flowers will bo Men in pm o Id i pm " Mwebead Jt J full development, and it is nt this stage ' Hlr Hsll F. 11. RILEY, Proprlutor, J M P thnt, if tho stmuous are perfect, fertilisa" Ashbsn4 .. i'o'Vi BS J " CatHMtstrt. 11 tion takes place, and tho fruit swells add London, - - - Kentucky. i I" pns " lluniissfkia " 7 Iasa as pm riH'ns. l.re.MiinilstglDSl...... it ft Air Ckarkssen Wnlking through a fig garden in the ji km my new lloleld I have moved to Mitt ' CHfto Frt. Jl Aidin district in the month of June, von prepared iimti r to .ecsmsiKKime the puMtc t.vnchburc a " CnarkMte.ville C.wsd I.i cry attache! and ery coatswtaace tt will see strange and almost incompre10 o a " WHsistnglon .irvd. (Sive ni a call. r hensible operation on. The KRASK HIl.KY. ' Haltinsvr 77 I i " PhslaaltfiphU. j trees aro by this time covered with fruit, i " N. Ysstk. 9 though the figs nro less than half thesizo Kkninond. Va. I to which they subsequently attain. The OldfMwCntnMt ' ' .NsMMk boughs which Unr them aro often not MT. VKUNON, KY. moro than u few feet from tho ground, I Train al u. a ns ant ... ntifvi . Ono of tho peasants in tho garden takes .. This old and '.-HtOs Mill maintain rsntoeralU etc'DI Krunilav rpwrn. n. wtir,.wK n.t ami Kichmond. t a DusKct tilled witu smal.l. green figs me Its fine rejvulatisHi. Chaises reasswalsW. Spe Limited 'ibsilr Fs fhm N,.York t'hilKir strung loosely on pieces of cord. Some cial attention tu t travHC public pfciu, isniactonsod all MnU rnt. atn.st Al. V. XllWCOMll. Iip., of tlioo cords will havo only a couple of p in daily Stanftwd 1. - p Ml Vernssn, Ky, l.ainton nt 4, KMbssMSSKl, V t ltnsi figs, and some its many us six. The and all p..,, . ass, a, an single, .tatH.11. workman Mings the cords up into tho n sUily l.,ii.niui 11 ptbnsMti all Incnl .cpt s. branches, on tho twigs of which they are wj. MMrofu 11 t. m Acrosamodatlon fro fMllt,ll mA ml.... I. & caught, so that every treo shall bo points. KKhosonsl, Ky., and psttiitasm th K Hy. enrntal LeiinitM I iu, a m, adorned with one of these singular neckROWLAND. KY , r sW SunsU; Startrd laces. It is hard to guess their purjose. lie snr fkkcta road insn. V line f a spk4d rtnd sia AM' Thuati strung figs are wild fruit, bitter Kcs'p constantly en hand Ch.. r.. Ii. for tlnir rnrsta, iscteis fllli InflMiKdli In tnsto and quite useloss as food, but EFamlly Crocorios, write sir call on they havo this singular projerty, that (J W. IIAKNHV. Iick all 1'roduce ts I And vll them at the lowest prU S A. IIUOMHKKO .Tn. they nrrest tho tendency of tho other kind, takeu in eachanje at market iiiutitKns. A. sMncall MUKI'IIV.tSe! '- a- A-sII. Mgs to drop to tho ground before they fresh coudsesery day. It.lse J I ARRINC.'ION Jd V I'.LcsImki Ky CAKItlKR A WATTS. 7g attain maturity. Sometimes tho crop of these Capri Mgs, as they nro called, fails, I89O. but so useful is tho purpose they servo STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. that growers will give us much ns a piastre, or four cents, for each Mg, This All iont wishing a pleasant life and ell maue them iilea.ed prico is so high that, as u rule it will Stanfordwife let Mills use Patent it Hourjour al II l.t'STR VTKI) at Call for Holler t'v swallow up nil tho sprouts exiiceted from eery, aud if they have not got it on hand, urje an It. tho crop. From tho end of Juno and them to keepMill or set will order from them ana guarantee pleasaal A new ShktHpeare the Shakmare nf ict interesting and I hl through July tho fig swells nnd ripens. and it at the lamily A AMcy will be presented In Harps r's ILg V N I'OTTS. Superintendent jt aiHcfor iVs with vuMmctM by Andrew Lang In its earlier stages tho fruit is not very Harper a Macannc has aUiimadc arrans tialatnble, but 011 attaining maturity it menu with Alpfcmsse Daudct, the greatest id i. Ing French novelists, lot the mHumi. pntliai is sweet and agreeable, juicy and much in aerial form of a humor,, sturv, la U eniiiir relished, though somewhat luiutive. "Ihc Colontttsof larMcon, the U.t AdtuUi. ol he I amowsTarUnn ' The stwry nl be This is tho season for tho pilferers. Tho Uted by Henry James and illu.uaicd by R. crop is so valuable that watchers nro und MjrbaUi V.' U stationed in tho garden, who keep watch E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor lluwells will cnnlrlbnto anrveltii- Ihree parts and Lafiadso llearn u nsiielpiie sis i day nnd night. pans entitled V..Nnla,,' handKny illu.trainl These watchers, called beckjl, with In illHsiratetl touching subjects of, reputation, lentfrenis, and papers, sntwt stories in Kentucky has a in its iwchis in their shelters and surroundings, might No Hotel lis proprietor is detenmm i that liraeljr ariules. the Mairnmne and will maintain bo designed for art rather than occupashall be maintained well known standard. tion, so picturesque is their upjioarauce. Their accoutrement reminds one that He has recently ai' Jed to its appointments lVr Sutt Asia .Minor is still u great hunting ground Harper's ,Uinivi $4 ,, .. for brigands. Quite a museum of knives .and Harper's Weekly 0 and pistols U displayed in the belt und a Harper's l)ar ... heavy iron bound cudgel is probably A First-Clas- s Llvory Stable Harper's Young People ........ , rather it symlol of oflico than actually To accominoda'e the demands of Ins incroaied Postage fuc lo all Msksinbcrs iu L'nOod Male., needed for protection. Tho guardian's furnished patronage. Canada or Mriicw arbor is generally situated near tho dry- transient '1 ravel.rs and others Commercial '1'lie Volumes of the Magaalnp beicin with II ing ground of the plucked Mgs. It is numbers for June and December f e. When no time Is specified, subscriptions wl thero that tho greatest value is concen gm with tho Huwlwr current at the lime of rt trated. Ilurper's Magazine. c.ipt of order. It Tnkrn Dnrlne; A Wllk In Gnrtltin In tlia Aldln UUtrlot. STANFORD, KY. 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Shrubs! and uvorv tiling tor the orclwrd and garden Vi onsploy no at fcnt Mil trirect at low tho WrwMllMpM.,,, of our immense Mock Doseeiottun eainlniru. ..v. ess ssast so r" We e.tiOM. on applicttt -- 11 -- .- V 71 at r iui.i.f:nmf:ykr, Lcxingttu, Ky ..A, u 4. . 'S)J 'l .. tfVyi..'lmliin.- - --