You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890012801 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. T"-Y- f r" ...), r If M - - - y"-H A'- -- "sV.. Wi TW. wr TV " i' 'r r V y- - VU - 5-- ' ifr J' VTjv-ipirfle- - Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. Luclcn Lasley's Letter. JUNCTION CITY, BOYLE COUNTY. (To ilio Kditor of the Interior Jrmrr.il J Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 28. 1890. Anti-Saloo- NO. 100. fcSv Tf 2 t n T. R. Walton Starts West by Way of the Meeting. East, anJ Tells Entertainingly At a mooting of the citiens of Lincoln in' iinnntt' Irf.iuiuiiihitii r M, Viiclivillit ln.i V...... i i.ii , "mi. i ......... ... ix II fir hie Tnim h . IIVKI lb illV i nu f It lOr,l MU Ul IIIO ilUVUIOi WIlsvJ j'ltl; w "aysc. so ,or repairs Court-hous- e in Stanford, Jan. iVith, .Mr.' beautiful citv hnill in a IU.1.1 of mounds, lttcii.Mo.vi, Va., Jan. iM, lft!0. Dk it I xrKittoit.I felt really sad when . . , U. 1. Ilright was calleil to the chair ami, , .tn "- HIlll LUUIt'IUIU HVII ItlilllllMl Successors to Hrticc & McRoberts, Hoiiho fan I0J pound i I.. Simpson appointed secretary, when I left tauford at an early hour Monday it so for It rains here continually and I. ' ll' i on motion the chair appointed profusely while ut it. The tint sun of "' . . the foi morning last ( IL':17 for Richmond, Va., Desire to announce to the public that they are now ready for business :t your"... ... .. i :... ti :.... .ir. a. iriouio, who nas ran led till' i luw lux t uiuiiniiL-u.ui-i ii.ii.. ii.iu ..v. !...! at their new stand, recently vacated by Owsley & Craig, cor. me in riivnuiK uui n " lunuiiuiuiis, vi.; i via Knoxvillc on mv roundabout wav '" Cumberland Hotel at M.ddlaiboro, ... nlnJt wl.lle.tbo earth is spongy with ' 1). Dastin. to California in nnrsnit of lu.jiltb. Main and Lancaster streets, and ask a share of your . Uarter. Lnt Kulmiiks, Hnv- J. 1., tullu im hi. take IMisscrtHloii IkI nrnv. I)r. (i. W. liroiinugh and Jos. McAlistor, Jul' made mv home in Kentucky for the rains, and the Cuinberlanil swolpatronage. They keep constantly on hand was tillered S:.(Kl per foot for a lot on who tepurted as follows: len to threatening fullness, while all its Cumberland a full and complete stock of last 1" yea is, 1 am very much nttnehed Ave., in that citv, which Kwtoi.vKii 1. That in the opinion of to the people, ami I must say that they tributaries kiss the bridges they puss un- oirer ho refused. Meeting the this citizens' Atiti-'Woo' der, murmuring jealously onward, bearas kind and hospitable as I ever ex-- . 1 T i ) S In Hilton's drawing ticket utimher law parsed the 11th of September, 1S.S0, arc 1 ocean to the sea.. Nmville ing a little H 1 1 CP oi intoicatiug pet to find. the sale llMrt gets the cart, ticket hold hy Mr, proliihitiug JL. LSLJL XXXOJLXJLXJLCl KjXx. I stopped over for a tiny or so at Knox-- ' V-- J was taken during the war hv Hen. Hindi, liquors in l.incoln county, has in a lare McCnuIey, operator forthu C. S. Ticket and wo desire ville, and found it n thriving citv of measure been succa-.sful- , hut not moved away, as is evitlent by IlKB) the HtovOlUOS ,, , s the clock. The its continuance. Homo conspicuous old landmarks that about r,(Hu inhabitants, and increasing (litre lint been claimed as yet. latter 'J. "That we call upon every voter in are to bo seen. The Vandeibilt t'niver-sit- y the county to use his inllucnce and vote every day. New buildings by the hcore Cpt. Unities, applicant fur the western suburb and is out in the to banish fotever from our county the are going up; and some are as fine as any at I.i'bmon, uns in town saloon demon. the grounds Join the grounds of tint Monday. to be seen except ill the largest cities-Thunderstand lie has Ihsoii enHATS, and a ;'.. In order Unit the Ismio, salooii or track; iiVHiwirv, the nn woiiduiful futuio of Knoxville seems to be dorsed for the place hy every republican no saloons, shall be brought fullv before bright. I called on Mr. M. l'eyton, forwhich of the two improvements allords l, the people, competent speakers be inemher of tlw Kentucky legislature. the most diversity is open to controvermeeting appoint a merly of Stanford. We is doing splendidand that tins Mr. James Stirber, au excellent sy. At any rule, my opinion can not bo young whoc duty it shall he to so ly; and, besides making lots of money in business man of this place, lias committee to pay all neceawiry expenses. licit funds the. practice of law, has been very suc had until after the spring rws. been appointed a ganger uudjeft hod I. That we, their husbands and brothTHK cessful in his investments in city proper Tliere are something over 1K horses itrcomtKiniod hy .Mrs. Surber, to ers, appeal to thu women of the county hen; at present and many more to come ty. I lo is very attentive to his Kentucky for duty. lie will Im aligned in tonilly to the defense of their homes soon; among the latter the wonderful rvKirl and loved ones against the approach of friends, and I desire to thank him many Xiare-e,- : ami that they tunes for his kimluets to me. of Anderson county. the destroying drum-shoKl Km Key. It will he the ambition The law just by the legisla-tur- r use every menus consistent with chris From Knoxville to Richmond, my trip' every trainer here to bent him, and a And will be sold at greatly reduced prices. ordering tt voU on local option in tiau womanhood to defeat the saloon one. was not as pleasant as it might have plume in the cap of the succej-sfu- l power. lloyle county is much talked of heio as STAGG & McRORKRTS. . f'l.nt ii ..f 1...u.. n.anlnliinu l.i. been. First, I had to take the train at should a Lincoln luirw beat him, Stan-fon- t this Is the only place in the county save furnjHiu.Hi fnrpub- - Knoxville at :i:ll) a. Ixrumoit .louts vi. ., Tuesday, in a must bo ready to illuminate. The our snnurii. Mieiny uity, where theie lication driving rain, to reach Richmond, as 1 exLincoln horses shipped well and are doarosalooue. There will be a hard right. While the committee was out the Rev. pected, at S:V) i'. i. the same day, but nt ing well. There are two in Uir stables 5r. It. Parks, of HariodHburg. was in lien Helm being called on delivered an Stunfoid's huiuNmr.? Lynchburg missed connection and had named for two of T. R. Ware, agent at uxctdlent short speech, showing the im .....I .L.1..1 .. ..iiiiir liiil'iiur.llil tliPV 111" town Monday. to lay over there from 1 o'clock till next I iiieville, Mini wile, imjwl thruuirh Mm portance of all persons who aie opposed morning. My train was tlue at :.' a. m , ' Ullii.ui nr, mill iiilinlriMl IOV till' lltirso- - ' day returning fiom a visit to Mrs. Ware's to the liipior trullh- - going to the polls and and 1 was up at that time to get aboard, men hero. Wonder what they (the mother, Mrs. (imham, at D.utville. Mr. recording their votes against the saloon hut it ditl not arrive till l:lo, and consehorsemeiii would tlo could they set) the T. D. Campbell and wife, of CarlWo, and licence, high or low. quently another connection at Peterstwo ladies in whose honor the two are wore hero Friday en route home from a The meeting was then addressed by burg was mireti, and I did not reach named' Tennesseoans, much like Ken- - j visit to relative at l'arksville. Miss Rv. John Hell Gibson and Rev. CJodbey Richmond till 1'--' Wednesday. They sny tuckians, love thoir own soil anil horses, l'attie Tribble was home Saturday ami in short addresses, which were well re- that trains on this line are nearly always but many of them tile away to Kentucky Sunday from Daughters' College, ceived by the audience. behind. I know this- I h ive not been fur wives, as you know some Virginians On motion, the chair appointed the on one that was on time since I left. 1 displays are glad to have done. Well, it The rejwrt in the Advia-atfrom the following persons to act as a county advise the readers of the (.stkrior to tine Uste, for there nru none like 'em. coinniittce appointed to inspect and committee on organization, viz. A. K. stick to the C. it 0. for Kastern Virginia thinks when he receives One sometimes as to the iioihIs of the county ooi- - Denny, Dr. T. It. Lewis, J. II. Green, F. points the hearty welcome accorded Kontitck-inn- s htiii'if, to sjjll the present poor farm and Kdiniston, I. G. Gooch, Dr. Traylor, My route, for the most part, was thro' everywhuru they go that it must bo Cilld SllOeS, FctflClJ buy better 'laud, meets with approval Isuitc llamilthn, John O. Neal, Juu. a pretty country, ami that which is not tlue to the fame of Kentucky women, with nearly all of our citizens. The Johnson, Jamm Dudderar, Sr., J. T pleasing to the eye is instructive to the for liiu men well, they do not 'seem to Hardin county poor-hous- e &n is self sustain- O'lluir ami J. G. Livingston. yiv. mind, if the many scenes of the late war be so deserving where we know thtnn ing. It is located in a good, rich portion On motion, the chair appointed the well; perhaps they are on good manners are traced out and contemplated. 1 passof the county and has a fine brick build- following persons a committee to corres Next door to Portman House. ed within three miles of Appomattox C. n way from home. ing. During it very pleasant visit to tjiat pond witli speakers to adtlress the peoII., where Lee surrendered, and over the One Issue of the I. J. has icachedus county I saw it. There isno good reason ple on the importance of doing their dufamous long and high bridge, w'here one here, ami even the ads. were road. Notli-iu- g known to me why the excellent ty faithfully in the approaching contest, of like It away from homo. Tis a letthe great Inttles was fought, Ac. Ac. state of atrairs should not exist in our viz: JohnS. Hughes, Dr. G. V. from everybody to everybody, ami From Bristol to Roanoke are some of the ter Rev. Hen Helm, Jos. McAlistor. county, which is certainly ns well favorthose not mentioned are supposed to be finest tanning lanus I nave seen any- ed as old Hardin. Still they have set On motion, the secretarv was directed well or to he engaged in nothing uiiusu-r.l- ; where. All thro' that section the towns the example. Let lis imitate tliem. The to furnish a copy of the proceedings for arc or nothing, as usual. Dick sings, iKiiw boomed, ami pmpie an- 1 is now in the hands of the counpublication in the Intkiuoi: J or una i.. Western matter ft ...is reported,Ti TTi factory will that the ;' .,,,..,, , j STAGG & MeROBERTS .... 1 ' --i i n i pTj TO iJD Q hi Yl -- ip boods, Jboots, Mioes, e 1 en-tag- LARGE SUPPLY OF CLOTHING. G we, pn'il Stock of Overcoats is Very i.... tj. 1 1 ! JONES BROS., General Merchandise, Goods, Boots iVillnimnnvn " wn'Wiii The only Store in Stanford tliat suits the Farmcrj g. e n-p- JW Quecnsware, Glassware. Tinware. Wooden and Groceries, 15ro-haug- h, whistles, cogitates and recites experiences to keep oil the blues, ami pokes the tire to keep warm. Hope his will last till time to work him n few hunts every morning; then it is 10 to he keeps oil the blues. For fear I tell all I know this time and can not write again, I am vouis, SlI.KXt K, 1 ty court. The meeting then adjourned. CHURCH In Memoriam. r?J J The sods of the valley havo jut fallen over the remains of a Imlovod citixen, whom God in His infinite wisdom has taken from us to tljw Heavenly land -vettrs ami Thomas Carson. Twenty-fou- r seven tnontlm was the brief period allot ted him on earth. In the bloom ofi youthful manhood and in the beauty of a good character, he has left the home of u. wi.tcn no was me widowed mother and staler, caring for them with a loving solicitude. Of him it might be truthfully saitl Ue had a kind word for all ami wud harm of none, and with young associatas kind and accommodating. Leaving Ids mother and sister so unprotected was his greatest regrot in dying. Hut ere the messenger brought the llual summons he was reconciled ami when assured he was just passing to another world, he expressed himself as going to a brighter one and not afraitl to the. He milled his mother and sisters to his bedside anil bade them an allection-atfarewell Oh, that goodbye, mother! How sad, Hut we have the blesswas it forpver! of a tearless and and unbroed assurance ken reunion of tlio loved ones, when life's weary pilgrimage is ended. Then let us not mourn their departure from this world, whore every joy is shadowed by a grief. It should rattier ho a cause for congratulation. The remains wore lovingly homo by kind friends and relatives to thoir last resting place in Rull'alo Coinotory, after an impressive service at the Presbyterian church, of which he was a member. Jlear mother ami sisters, look to the only source from whence coinotliull comfort and consolation in a trying hour. The Hand that smites can also heal. Anil with our heartfelt sympathy for the loss of so devoted a son ami brother, wo commend the bereaved to the over watchful ami loving care of our Heavenly Father. n oiiij-protectio- , e Side or the cjde Case to the KJaorof the iifitn.r journal, Hkiie, Jan. '.'A. I am not a subscriber to your valuable paper, but havo been a rtmtler of it for years ami hope you will allow me space in it till I give your Mt. Vernon correspondent a few facts in regard to myself, us he is mistaken, or has been misinformed. So far as the two against Jennie bunan is concerned, 1 have nothing to do with it. It is a case of the Commonwealth against her. The writ was sworn out by sumo of hor kin- folks before Soniie Hitiiiinans.iiistici. of ti,tf ,,un( 0f hope your TOrnwjHlll.m will consult the records , , for hlIMJ ol,t Branaman's I'. L. Simpson, Secy. SlSZCulo,';: llowing Bastardy-lnfanti-patienc- oko seems to be ahead, tho' Salem, "a,'" New-Rive- nk. Having vwrolutsed the interest of Mr. Stags, will -- old stand, where ? ? ; I i. 1 ,,, if ,, ,, will go Ui the records of the common pleas court of .Madison county, ho will tliul that the cube was not dismissed, as he would have you believe, l(1. rit. e but beaten by testimony introduced in the court that it was a clearouseof black mailing, gotten up hy hor and her moth er. The verdict of the jury clearly proves this. There never was a lime that the suit could not have been stopped for $310. It was principle and not money that I was defending in the court. Money was their object from the beginning ami they were both disptoved to the satisfaction of 13! jurors. Now your correspondent has either got to throw the verdict of the jury away and believe her who has been dispioved in open court or throw her say-saway ami believe -' sworn men. Which will he believe? Hut of course he only had ono side Of the case to judge from ami could not tlo any better. I hope he will never attempt to associate my namo witli theirs again. Ho can Hud out all about them by asking any of their neighbors. As far as the syihpathy for the girl is concerned, theie are always some men ready to sympathize witli such characters as she is. o ReSpt., MATRIMONIAL J, J. Hll.V.VAMAX. MATTERS. It Miss Mollie R. Holmes and James Hearno were married at Danville last week. Mr. Armstead Miller Ilintt, who is a widower of ."ii), came down with Mrs. Renfroe, Saturday, from Crab OrA FitiK.vii. Harry Middloton Miller, aged iM, son chard, and they wore made one (lesh in lSW). Crab Orehord, Jan. of M. J. Miller, Ksq., of this place, died Judge Varnon's most approved style. Friday night of pneumonia, superinduc-- ' The surgeons of Governeur Hospital, Tho record shows that the bride hud ed by hi grippe. Uist Monthly u week New York, performed the Cesarean ope- been married three times hefoie, altho' ago, being under the impression that he ration to try and save the life of nn un- sho is hut 11). Our hearty congratulahad sutliciently recovered from the at tack ot lniiuen.u to come out, no ventiir- born babe after the death of its mother. tions are extended. ed out on the street in the nun mid w.s Only half a lpinute elapsed from the Umt niRilt wi h pneumonia, Twenty-fiv- e girls in a brass factory last till . tricktfIl time the woman breathed her rP ...i.io. t. .tj.,.1 it;s ' tho little babe, a hoy, was taken away at Birmingham, Conn., have struck be prostrated with grief over his early death. iT, --The stallion, Relviow, by Belmont, his mother is seriouslv ill. The burial through an incision in tho abdomen. It cause, among their grievances, tho fore long enough to show it was man had tho windows painted to keep has been sold at Lexington for $3,,r00 took place Saturday evening in the com-thonly lived ctery, after services at the house. girls ftotn flirting with outsiders. mid will be taken to England. nlivo bv a convulsive tit. liib-wn- , Sunday-school Pe'i'i-sylvania. 'J-- l, ol Cumberland A venue property is firm 10 to SO per cent, advance over last week's prices ami unite a number of lots on this thoroughfare have changed hands at prices ranging from $PJ0 to '0 per foot. Middlesboro News. temperance women The who weeded from the W. C. T. I., it is a political body, held a meeting at Cleveland, ()., and selected tho name "National Crusaders" for the new organisation. Mrs. F.llon ti. I'hinney, of Ohio, was chosen president. The Presbyterians all over the conn-trare getting ashamed o their "confession of faith," and a number of Presbyteries have voted in favor of its revision. The idea that a man is horn damned and that infants are burning in hell not a spun long is fast becoming obsolete, to the intelligence of preachers and people, bo it said. Who preached the longest sermon on tocord'.' Paul, when he spoke boldly for the space of three months. Acts 10.S. On another occasion he preached so long that ono of Ids congregation went to sleep and fell from the three story loft ami broke his neck. Acts 10:!. To be sure Paul restored the young man to life, but us that power has passed from man, preachers should not run tho risk of killing people by imposing long sermons on them. Philadelphia Record knowsSam Jonos perhaps better than 15ro. Harncs and hence has not so exalted an idea of him. Commenting on Jones' remark, "I know tlie year 1SD0 is going to bo an epochal year ami some things have gone just as far as they can go," the paper says: Among the things which should not havo been allowed to go so far is the patience with which the public have tolerated a religious montebank like "Rev." Sam Jones. Dr. Gilbert, general superintendent Inof the International Sunday-Schoo- l interesting services stitute, held three liure and succeeded in organizing a normal class of 27 members. Mr. W. U. Runey was elected leader and A. C. Slue secretary. Tho llrst meeting will be hohl in the lecture room of the Christian church next Monday evening, Fob. 3td. at 7 o'clock. Tho little books necessary for the course can ho obtained at Mr. Sine's ollico on Depot street on and after Wednesday. The object of the! movement is to teach .Sunday-schomore profitably teachers how to tetu-and understandiiigly. at from $'-non-partisa- n he-cau- y Wytheville ami Pulaski are foright along. Of late in Stanford I heart! little else besides the boom in Kastern Kentucky discussed, and on the train the talk was almotentirely of specOils, 3 ulations made iu tho towns I have nama,t first-clas- s ed. Lynchburg is making a great many Like Lexington, Ky., improvements. good, to do she is trying hard to have .the State capiworkman-lik- e best tal moved, ami promises that Virginia Very shall save a million dollars if it is located there, but I don't think she'll succeed. It is the hilliost town I ever saw, not excepting Kansas City. As is generally known, tho tn.iuufacture of tobacco is I c.irriud on very extensively, and 'the whole place is perfumed with the scent I Iterated Throat of tho weed. KEET SPECIFIC cure .ill blood iheaes, such asScrolula, Ulcer, Pimples,bottle. Svphilitn. in all it st.irft-Xerosis u. Price Ji per The weather yesterday and day before White Swellinir, HITTERS i the ino! plenum to tske of all the Iron tonic. It cure Dyspepsia HAVIS" IRON the luer and imparts new energy to the musclei was cold, but it is warmer now. A little it civesa keen appetite, unriclw the blcod, and ncrvouk system Price $i rwr bottle. Ij.IKF'S WORM SYRUP is made of the best untrn killers and expellers known to the medtell yesterday. OA snow Price S to take, safe and reliable Whenever I find anything I think will ical profession and therefore recommend itwlf. It is pleasant POATL,IFF'S MAGNETIC PILLS tor all Liter Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, interest your readers I'll write again. Acis asLUtlmrtK. Price ; tents per box T. R. WM.TOS. Manufactured and lor sale to the trade by tl.e former and new patrons from a Paints, style. Full Stock of Drugs low prices, for aiul Silverware goods. I have a Jeweler, ready and jewelry repairs in the School Boohs, Wall Paper Jewelry watch respectfully, W. B. MoBOBEBTS. The Great Remedies s s rc-uUt- . MT. VERliON.noCKCASfLECOUNTY. j WILLIAMSBURG DRUG Cd., Williamstourg, Ky. -- Tho case of Miss Jennie Laman, charged with infanticide, was culled Tri- -' day nnd by agreement between the at- torneys and the court bond of $00 wasj arranged ami given for her appearance at circuit court. Mr. II. F. Turner, of Richmond, appeared for the defendant. A little son of Matt l'ike, at Pine Hill, Saturday while fooling with a pistol accidentally tired it, the ball striking his sister on the hand, little Tho ball entered near the thumb and came outat the wrist, producing a very The little sufferer was ugly wound. brought to town and the wound dressed by the doctors. J. M. Frazer is in from Pittsburg on the sick list. Mrs. Dr. Flannagan, of Powell's Store, Casey county, with Master Reppert, is visiting Mrs. J. W. at the Xewcomb Hotel. H. P. Martin, who has been so low with pneuino-- , nia at l.ily, i reported a .little better.. Mr. Charles Higgins, of Kirksville, audi of llarbourville, aie here.' Mr. Air. Waldo Hart, of Conway, after a severe tussle with the grip, is visiting his best friend, Mr. K. B. Smith, this place. Miss Susie Bodcll left yesterday for two-year-o- ld M.RuPLEY, 4" trgKJ) mta1J8lw4fc Is Receiving His -- i . FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. HEW MaVCIK STORE! HltlFFMAKo EP1WP. Nes-hit- t, .,., im 1 o Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be convinced that I sell lower than the lowest. oo O t-..-- s.4 EsttfJujWg fl K.flf-- ' "&. '. ' Jf- - "pgmssSL ''. Interior Journal myy,yyft -- "" .Siu,- - 1 I I in : A Swiss named Joahling hung him Nki.uk Bi.y reached New York Saup day afternoon, having circled the earth BcUat Bernstadt whilo crazy from Butterin the romarkable tituu of 72 days, (! h'rs ing from an accidental pistol wound in and 11 minutes. She started Nov. Hth the face, which tore off nearly one side Stanford, Ky., January 23, 1890 across tlio Atlantic on orders from the of it. New York World and on the same- day Tho House Committee on Banking Miss Elizabeth Bisland commenced her and Currency has ordered a favorable re- - j F journey across the continent via Califor- port of the bill authorizing banks to issue nia for the Cosmopolitan Magazine. Their currency to tho full extent of their derace around ilie world has created great posits. Yon go DEMOCRATIC TICKET. interest, as it has been nip and tuck till Owing to the fact that Mr. .Mcl-iueua,ses of .Miss liislaud missed n fust steamer con- ben died intestate there is nobody to V VARNC1N For Count)- - Judge, THOMAS wee ti nection and had to como over the Atlan- take charge of his aUairs. So his l.'l disv.w ,7V.7777.7 " County Attorney, JOSEPH H I'AXTON; " County Clerk, iSEOKGE It COOPER, tic in one of the slow going vessels. She tilleries, have shut down till the couits Sheriff, J.N- MENEFEE; will, however, make the journey in fivo I'tinoint some one. " Jailer. SAMUEL M.OWENS, o ' six days less than the time named in The capital, $100,000,000, for the Na ' Asseor, E. D: KENNEDY; W K. MrCLAKV Jules Verne's charming novel. Miss BIy tional Bank of Brazil was subscribed in " Sup't of Common Schools, ' Suneior, HARRY A EVANS; was given a grand reception on her ar- four hourp. This is taken as evidence ' Coroner. ARCH CARSON. rival in New York for the remarkable that capitalists hnvo confidence in the grit and pluck she displayed. Both la- stability of the republic. Boyd's dies traveled without escorts and with Henrv M. Jackson, former paying The object of Judge Robert "Suit, Goes ! ! at New York, visit to Frankfort was not with relation 410 more baggage than they were com teller of the every goes ! s who stole $10,000 and ran oil' to Canada, to Harlan county affairs at all ns the pelled to. have. sentenced to six years in the newspapers got it. It was for the pur Bkavty may he but skin deep, but it lias been J we've penitentiary and to pay a tine covering pose of securing the passage of a law, respecial goes a long ways in this world. A beau the amount of his stealage. quiring the governor to send a i to be tn th.au the regular tiful young woman was put on trial at An Illinois family lost their house judge to try a case Asheville, X. C, last week for the murby fire and walked to the nearest neighjudge has been sworn oil". At present der of her husband. It was proved that bor's, n distance of half a mile, in their all that is required for an otteuder to sehe bought a pair of shoes for her, but got night clothes, the thermometer register Hoods, cure a judgo of his own choosing is to drunk on his way home and lost them. ing '.'0 degrees below zero. The entire i Shoes, umiu, She k wear the regular jmige " o. ordered him to return and look for family were badly frozen. imply because he fears justice, and then them, but he was unsuccessful aud she Six persons were killed and ;0 his attorneys, with the assistance of their blew low .Notice a, week: A his brains out with a shot-guThe wounded at Columbus, (), by two exsome nincompoop, qual-iie- d friends can elect woman admitted the killing, and offered be week .$2; In son o plosions of natural gas. Two dwellings only to do their bidding. nothing in extenuation of tho crime, and were blown to pieces, catching the vic0; wool districts, especially where the judge is yet the jury refused to convict her. Her woo1, tims in the debris and in inaiiv instandisposed to follow the letter of the law, beauty saved her and proved that in her . ces terribly burning them. the practice is exceedingly, common, and case be VJ at least the gift was not a fatal one Mrs. Bodes Thompson, of Fayette, has been the means of many a guilty to her. -- A pcoundrel going unwhipped of justice. Shoe has been awarded St 1,100 against the to every Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New the judiciary committee of the legislaIf Virginia's peerless orator, Senator Shoes, week ture is not composed of "Small headed John W. Daniel, delivered an address on York, which resisted payment of a policy gentlemen with license to practice law" the life, character and services of Jeff- on the life of tho plaintiirs hit husband (.imply, as Mr. Rudy, the member from erson Davis before tho general assembly on the ground of deception practiced by Daviess county, charges, it will bring in at Richmond, Va., in response to an in the medical examiner. The crew of the British hark, UNter, a bill to remedy the evil complained of vitation, which is described as one of the by Judge Boyd and see that it becomes a tinest e (Tor In in that linn ever ntteiiintod. would have nerihhed from thirst, while MiSLKT law. The theme and the audience wore enough the vctuel was blown about in a uisutiicii to inspire to brilliant utterance even a condition, had not a great hail storm The Danville Advocate says there are less gifted word painter than the distill- me. They gathered the stones up and 8 places in Danville where government MISS s. a. DAVIS, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. KOGI.E guished gentleman who represents the melted them. This is almost equal to license is held to sell liquor, which is not Old Dominion in the Tpper House of the manna in the wilderness. I n S of J. B. Ottslev sold to Newell, y ScWooU Candidate foronnt Klrcnon Au(uii,l'ut.lic PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, if Lincoln a good showing for that town, which Congress. icyo. cotton mules at fMl. Hym, LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. adopted local years ago and boasts of the M'l VMKNUN, W N. Given V Carter bought in Whitley M. benefit of the law. The paper wants a T. D. Makulm, of the Catletts-Editor was county Oflke nm door to U'diiehmul'i Drue "'More. yehterday Monday mule, at $75 to 10O. law passed by the legislature burgJ)etnocrut, and wife, celebrated the C0ljrt ,ay ", n"vxt Monday our circuit county Cotton idc allanuoa (Man lu diteiMt ut cMildnn In Candidate or Cirri,ofofthe C'ouft of Atpab, From Delaware comes tho complaint uriject to tht action Drmmraik party. the mere ownership of a government li- 2oth anniversary of their marriage last cort bei'tns that the present cold weather caught tho Kld.tou AticuM, cense to sell liquors prima facie evidence week, when thej were the recipients of j Master Tommie Miller has been peach ami apricot buds in full bloom. of the guilt of the accused. As the law enough silverware to set up their hand- - uontlucil to his room for dajs HARRY A. EVANS, Curtis & Ross, of silver Crenk,, pur-- 1 now otands it is almost impossible to some enildren, .uiss Aiauu anil rietcli, in wjtj, a grippe. uwen layiora imv " jiiuh. Capital to Build Houses to cliasett ol ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, convict those who do sell. Persons who housekeeping. Mr. Marcum's article on j' Rent. Mc(iintv has just returned from $700. Richmond Ieal in liquor on the sly are afraid to his married life shows that in one very Middlesboro", where ho invested jlKX) in by Bourbon Chief, for SlANKOKIi, KV A crmaHrHl latotmcnt far a few win Register. am p4r ' ccurity. IatBirc at till oflke )cr. fool with the general government, but decided instance marriage has not prov- corner jot8 nn,i 80ld them in 17 minutes .John Mann sold to John Sagaser his Engineering and Surveying in they manage easily to avoid the penalty ed a failure. for a cklU, net iroflt. 0f cW,000. Iambs of May delivery nt U and last of anabranches. municipal law. Fix the of State aud -vjruiif T .,x.o,. ...... ,.nl.:.,. uif tl.,.1 new UHIUHIWIIWI.... in ..v.... Juno delivery at 5 cents. Harrotlsburvr LiVtioimtiiki iiouiii matter so that there can be no dodging for the boarding scholars to come the subject." We heartily concur in the New York postollice, committed suicide next term. The school is in a nourish- Democrat. A ctMjtvof elegant rvom. mi I.aaraitar Street, Hiirncris. Col. Hobson's large burn and stables proposition and would rejoice to see ev- when his stealage to the amount of ing condition and the patrons are de- at Bowling Green burned with 1:1 head (liable t.M orSift rmtli ny or bad .room 000 wns found out. If all tho republif ' w.o wn.cn. ery man who deals in whisky unlawfully T " !"rid a Ne. i quahtr ol Jtllica. l.ilr its management. arid Nil Cal in my yard I.mk your orticrtat of horses and mules and all his farming cans who default would do likewise, the lighted with punished to the fullest degree. ard aud the) will tr mended to promptly. mudThe much talked of postollice implements. Ix)ss4 000. ! t chances for another election of a repubJ II. HUH1. INS. 6i dle here is at last settled. After his dis- Surlerd. Ky a tempestuous and varied ca- lican president would go sweetly A glance at the Lexington Gazette After lu Kent aimearanco belore tno powers mat ie reminds one that the "horho season" is Riddleberger, of Virginreer, dressed in his best suit of clothes, Assist- - again nearly on us. That papor is aliea-d- A Small Englno ia, has gone the way of all flesh, at the Boilor, I LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. ant Postmaster General Clarksou, lias or- early age of 45. He served with distincbeginning to blossom forth with cuts Kortwo r thrrr m i tH Addict, utiHK.prkc dered a commission issued to McGinty. and pedigrees of gentlemen horses. and muditivn of muitniirn tion in the Confederate army, rising from About 400 bills have alreadv been )( U. 1. VMcCAIt I V, Kincttlllii, K. W. S. Ferguson and R. A. Beazley bought of Dan Stairg, Jr. a private to captain of artillery. After introduced in the House. M. F. Elkin have just finished u nice bunch of shouts at 3, a lot of W. inform us that they the war he became editor of the Valley In ihe corporate limit, of KoUnd. The bill to pay sherills$2 a day for staking off their farms near here as Mid WALLACE E. VARNON, Virginian and soon became a leader in waiting on courts was defeated. P. Carson at same price and another 6 II J. I1AKST. KewUnd. dlesboro extensions and now offer some Attorney nt Law, politics. He was afterwards elected to The House has passed Mr. Tomlin-son'- s choice lots on Cumberland and Peters- of James Givens for April delivery at the State Senate, in which he introduced same price. Kontucky. Stanford, bill to E. V. Lilian! for bill," which fines paid amfafterwards declared ille- burg uvenuea for $175 per rearfoot. They the famous I. D. Allen killed u hog last Tuesday R. B. Will practue in all the count of tint and adjoin-iquote these low prices only to Lancaster that weighed 707 pounds net; gross it brought him into greater prominence gal. counlin and in the loiirtt of anfjl A Sties I'UK (tore The local option law to be submitted purchasers. and finally made him U.S. Senator. Since would have weighed not less than S50 lOfnceovf r McKohcrM 5UCCKSSOK TO- A little colored boy living with pounds. It was :50 months old, Poland-Chinthen his disagreement with Mahone, his to the people of Boyle gives wholesale M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, the dealers the right to sell in quantities and Clark Farris was stubbed in the abdoindependent and erratic courf-e.istock. Liberty Press. distillers also, provided the amount sold men with a pocket knife by a son of Senate and his frequent freaks of action During 1SS0 the receipts of livestock G1MTH AVENUE, Jack Bourne on last Saturday. The col- at Chicago wero over 11,000,000 head, outside of that body have brought him is 10 gallons or more. I The governor le vised his list and ored boy, it is claimed, shot at the against U, 100. 000 in 1SSS. This is an invery prominently before the country and LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. Fourth Avenue, then sent in the appointment of the fol- Bourne boy with a gum sling which crease of nearly 1,000,000 over 1SS5, the given him much notoriety. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish lowing commissioners for the Kentucky caused tho altercation between them and Lprevious banner year. The valuation of - Sometime since a man went to a Penn- Institution for tho Deaf and Dumb at the cutting was tho result. They were tho stock sold approximated Stock of sylvania restaurant and called for dinner-- Danville: J. V. Proctor, G. V. Lee, 31. respectively about 14 years old. acjiinht S1KS.U 1,010 in 1SS.S and C. A. BENEDICTS CO., was brought to him and D. Logan. John W. Powell, B. O. Rhodes, nice lay-oTho Adams party, Thursday night, SlM.lul.S"'.' in 1S7S. appetite's The value of the taxable property o( Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, afterpartaking of it to his wus the jolliest of the season. There and S. A. Newell. he proceeded tojpack up what was was dancing going on in three rooms at Woodford county as listed and returned iTANKORJ, KY Mr. Warren's joint resolution for the left to take with him. The proprietor reapportionment of the State into Sena the Miine time and to music- - by two by the nsWor "for 11M) is SS,:!1,:!I0. Well drilled to ordfr .tnd i'umpt (urmthed at Etirbrui;httu the. nty ol t.ouiiwllr, now open objected and the man insisted, but he torial and Representative districts to- - bands located in different parts of the Win. Kenny sold by telegraph to Cin- factory price. iniliidin the woil' rrtiowned had finally to leave without the food. He gether with an enumeration of qualified house convenient for the dancors. Tho cinnati parties 500 barrels of pork at p o'e! lock in S10.27 per cwt. He bought it at $115:; brought suit against the restaurant man, voters, all of which is n more or less di- - crowd took their leave at KNOX & JOHN D. STETSON & GO'S. HATS I which after running the gauntlet of the rect blow at the constitutional conven- - the morning, a littlo disfigured but still per hundred. Midway Clipper. Ami alto my own importation of Hn;li.li Halt courts below has just been decided in his tiou, was called up aud adopted. W.C. Cash sold to J. W. Herndon. A and Qp An elegant lino ol Cane and Lyon' in the ling. There were 13 couples . favor by tho Supreme Court, which hold Another one on equally as of Madison, an aged jack, a jack colt, :t On Somcrt Mreet, at present otinpicd Ly Mr. Celebrated L'nihrelUs Hlwny. on hand Hne The Senate passed a bill to amend A vary U It Cooper and It jen- uKta npd at a t.arjrain Wirli! pj e aad on l, that a man has a right to gnther up the the statutes' so as to make it an aault large a scale will likely come off next aged jennets, 2 do. Addita or ill on SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, W H. ANDKKSOV. Harper. K ihmk, also sold a mix remnants of a meal served him ami paid to draw or point at a person even an un- week. net colts for $1,750. He Or P. II M. millKrO, Stanford. Ky. Glove and o.har Fur, a ipecwlty Ordera for, and carry away what ho has not eat- loaded pistol. Also to make it a felony The ministers heve opened their ed lot of 50 cattle to Tom Wood at :ij. city tolicilcd, perfect aatUrutior uuaran-toetor- en. In other words, when a man buys to shoot at any person from ambush. batteries fiom tho pulpit upon the trip-ue- This makes nearly $5,000 worth of stock llmi't till toorrirra NOIIIIY HAT lyi a meal aud his stouiarhjis under size, he Punishable by imprisonment in tho penof the light fantastic toe and have sold by Mr. Cash in the last two weeks. can till his pockets ns well. fired some pretty hot shot, which seems A itentiary from to 10 years. The Lebanon Enterprise says the Mr. Smith, of Graves, has introduced to have had the eil'ect of making the large mule buyers, Mattingly, Sininm & President Harrison has no use for a young people skip around the more live- Leonard came near being forced to make the home known at the I will rascal that permits himself to be .found an important bill which raises the limit of petit larceny to $20, and provides for ly. There has been more dancing here an assignment, owing to the facf that out. He dropped Dudley this winter than ever before and ministers they have given,a lot of notes falling duo LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE like a cold potato and the other day when the punishment of all petit larcenists by ought to know what all common, every- in advance of those they hold from parwhipping, except in cases of females. Foraker called on him he absolutely froze RAILROAD. pass the bill and day mortals do, that you can't force or ties in the South. The matter was arMake the limit $him out within five minutes. He talked KorUN'K TIIOl'bAN'IJ DOI.LAKS cash. hundreds of thousands of dollars will be abuse a free American people into doing ranged by Mr. Leonard giving a mort'I lie fireat to him in such a distant and disdainful anything. saved to the State yearly. gage on his property for $150,000. The Cottage opposite the Railway THROUGH manner that the littlo Ohio man, finding TRUNK LINE. Tno remains oi Mrs. Virginia O'Ban-noDepot, tho interview getting more and more NEWS CONDENSED widow of Elijah O'Baunon, and The Intkiiiok Joi'unai. is on the riuht painful, beat a hasty retreat. The ballot the law of Win. Martin, of Rich- triek when it says that liili licenso Formerlyforccutiicil by II K. Miller, .itHOI. .Anine Herr Most, the place anarch- mother-iKb KKiUT IIUNI1KKU box forgery business has killed Little ist, was given a year in the pen at New mond, wero brought here and interred seems to bo the best way to regulate tho catn. With Breeches deader than a mackerel with all in our cemetery Thursday evening. She liquor tniHic. Stanford has trit-Same can he aceit by .applying to Mr, V K Ken honest men and if he lived anywhere York for making an incendiary Bpeech. nedy, Crab Orchard. nml its best citizens do not seem A Santa Fe train was blown from had been in bad health for some time else but in Ohio, his ltMiirrection from and it was to b satisfied that prohibition is, after J OrrENHKIMFH, but not confined to her bed, No. jo Mate Street New York. 71 Jin tho political grave would be impossi the track Saturday by a violent wind. Louisville she was improving in health, all, tho best thinj,'. While Roinj? to Stan-for- d A number of passengers wero hurt, but thought ble. To Nashville, Saturday we noticed a colored mini when unexpectedly slio was found dead none killed. Memphis, ' g Col. J. L. Carrington, proprietor of in bed at her daughter's, Mrs. Martin's, net oil the train with a largo valise in his The Richmond Register doesn't take he hwiiiij; Atlanta, much stock in. Col. Burnam's alleged the Exchange Hotel and Ballard House, on Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock. hand, and it was so heavy that it as he carried it alonj:. We could hear Montgomery, candidacy for Congress in this district, as the most noted hostelry at Richmond, The deceased was in her HSth year. of the bottles inside as wo Mr. Ferrier, aent for tho New is evidenced by the following: Biirnam Va., is dead. Little Rock, The Louisville & Nashville Compa- York Life Insurance Company, was hero pased him, and it was no doubt part of is an honorable, honest official, an able Mobile and New Orleans. M lawyer and a good fellow all around, and ny has been boring for water at Sebreo last week and paid over to Mr. "W. K. the supply of whisky that daily ami Newport News.1 & Miss.Valloy Oo. luck, but wo will give and Saturday struck a strong Jiaw of nat Uobinson $3,054 on an endowment poli- nightly goes to that prohibition town. we rejoice at his cy. Mr. Ferrier was trying to induce .1. We also understand from n reliable bond, that unless he manifests a change ural gas at a depth of 500 fit. Only one change to point in T. Noel to take out a policy of the same source that there aro A places in the J". Tho Nevada building a fine, oi' heart and principles, he will never repCO., and arui'i); as inducements prohibition town of Danville where structure in Cincinnati, ignited from an character resent tho 8th district In Congress. & HUSTONVILLE, KY. explosion on the tth floor and was en- Mr. Robinson's nood luck, when Mr. liquor is sold and each placo hns a gov EMIGRANTS The Senate has voted to make a bad tirely consumed. Nearly -- 0 business Noel said instead of taking out a policy ernment license. If this is prohibition Are ttillin the builneia and ready to do any law worse by giving the penitentiary linns had their establishments wiped out "I will step over und ja't what you have we do not want any of it. Somerset ,l'fc c.e.'and ci!,u of all kind Kobe. Seeking home on the line of thl road will receive Special lalca. t"iV '.'.??: ,"u.ri.!?"l,."hicM"e.a'!fv commission authority to parole as many of existence and several hundred people paid Mr. Robinson" nnd fo lio did j;et a tried it once and our peoplo know how irSeeacnlot thit Company for ratei. routes Belling Mr. Uobinson spinel well prohibition piohihitcd here. Soni Green tin charge of rur tiukinesa und will hov Ac,, or write to convicts ns they wish. Tho present law are thrown out of employment. The portion by our goods to any one neediny anything in out C.l'.AT.MCJtn. G. I S.T. A.. erect Republican. Middlesboro lots. Jinr loss is stated at $250,000. limits them to .' per cent. Semi-Week- ly JUST THE THING I are lootiing for a place where you can ntT W. WALTON. - .iy, whilom, jea.r mis misrepresentation, safely and make toar par" uur success loudly proclaims Everything Goes at Half Their Value. Every Overcoat in the house goes Every ladies' Jacket and every Misses' and' Child' Cloak sub-treasur- Every ladies Cloak, Overcoats lots of em; no remnant lots or hard stock, but fine, well made, well rimmed, garments best had in this town: and nil for half .their regular price. The greatest reductions ever before known in Stanford, in Bra Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Carpets, Matting, Trunks, good pair of while' Blankets will prices for this at $1 a pair, worth good extra heavy colored Blankets at $1.25 a pair, worth $2.0 all red Blankets at 82.75 a pair, worth while Blankets, extra large, $o.50, worth 26. All $2 Comforts $4; all will sold this wetk at $1.25. sold this few bottle of fine SPECIAL: of a pair of Ladies or Misses' Dressing given free only at for this purchaser fTHE -1 LOUISVILLE STORED M. SAX.XJSTGEH, Main StrtrJ. Stanford, AGER. j j KATE j- j 1 ! F. ilriiiklcy j I !! "Wanted. , !..,.., FOR RENT. 5-'- o,- Attention, Coal u-i- WANTED or i ( y i and For Sal , j Twenty IluiliHuj; Lots i ; lt --- --- "ic-adjust- er c GEOGEGHAN. a n WOOD 4 WALLAH Men's Outfitter Louisville, Kentucky. s'iOO,-000.00- 0, ut de-hir- e, ie AT j I FOB SAXjE 1 Hriek House and Lot, pit-sent- out-alde- rs d 1 SALE AT m-l-l SACRIFICE ILo Blocks-of-Fiv- e Stroud Property at Crab Orchard, & Mo -', u, red-mouth- SOUTH' & WEST pio-hibiti- S&MMMEdM&E cams. j f I ! time-linkin- T. STJTTOXT ARKANSAS TEXAS. I , ""V. .d I 6a-t- f I wg,a asrin --J, " -- U s- -u -- ,'i1h.i U J-- - '- '- - mA i dRAhMtSlUK ktotfMM4av - MM 'tuitftiiY" f" . ivfr Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal vim. ecll half IT. J. 11 atelier. I I Holes at 20cte. and up. Stanford, Ky., Januahy cloaks ami lieavy boots at MOUNTAIN 28, 18'JO c09t nt S. L. Towers A Co.'b. Roberts calmly closed his eyes on earth Foil Sam:, a three horse power engino to awaken in I lis likeness and enjoy the m E.O.WALTON, in good order. Apply to W. P. Walton. reward prepared for the flually faithful. Arc hendqunrters for lie was uorn at tlte old homestead now Mils. Sai'.ah Hooch has brought suit occupied by Mrs. Milt Ranoy, on Haw-kin- s' Capital Stock Full Paid, $2,000,000. MEANS BUSINESS. for divorce from her husbrnd, K. I). Hard-ware- , Branch, in this county, May 23tli, c&o. Home OfficeFifth Street, I.oulivlllp, Ky. Goocli. 7 1807, and wasthcreforo SIJ years of uge. Com u mid settle your account. A. k. Ilranch Office, I'ineville Hotel, I'inewlle, Ky Graduating at Centre College in its earFonuy. Plows I Plows ! Plows At'.ST Mim.y Ik'umw, a worthy old Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Tht Company liest dayB, ho immediately entered the cttCoil, Iron andownt over 20,000 acre! of thn fin, Watch ra and jewelry repaired and colored woman, died Friday of the Timber landi lying immediatearranted. A. K. Penny. Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no ministry of tho Northern Presbyterian ly around I'ineille disease. Tiik best place to buy drugs, patent Church and about 1828 took charge of Lots Sold on Liberal Terms. medicines and toilet articles is at A. H. plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to Tiitiir. was j5,(K)0 insurance on tho iifo his first church at Vicksburg, Miss. He Ovkki-oath, ' DEATHS' DOINGS. -- McROIIEllTS.' A long, eventful and useful life caino peacefully to a closo at 0 m. .Sunday, when Rv. Sidney S. Sic NEW ADVEtmSFJlKNTO PINE HIGGINS &M'KINNEY Groceries, Stoves, Salt,lime, ! bus. annRor Iron and Coal - Co., pic-vaili- your school books, ink, tablets. of Hew S. S. McUoberts in the Ivjuitiiblu PHer, pencils and school supplies of all Life of New York. kinds from A. U. Pointy. Tin: Advocato repoits tho taxable property of Boyle nl fdlM),?.'.'!, which is PERSONAL POINTS. . People are ?H.'t,(US less than last Mits. W'm. Gkkii spent .Sunday with her evidently catching on to ways to beat husband at Jellico. the new luw. Andy Fish, of Ml. Vernon, was lioro wit,!, sull L'O shares of stock in the the Inst of the week. W. 1. First National P.unk of S'tauford on Miss IJki.i.k Hoot is visiting Mrs. next county couit day in February to Itcher at Paint Lick. MissMiy Adams, of Ml. Vernon, is the highest bidder, unless sold privately before. II. T. Hush. visiting Mrs. Joseph Severance. IlUY yo-ir1 Penny's. I M I Mits. W. J. Si'ahks went up to see her TiuiKt: inemberH of the I.nthiuou Jorii-N.M- . home folks at Ml. Vernon Sunday. force were down with the grippe at Jot; Colics, formerly of this county, one time and they all agree if the torhas none into tin; hotel business nt ments of the damned are anything in comparison with it they will strive more MisiM.uioiK XnwiaM has returned earnestly than ever to escape them. . t from a month's visit to friends in Thk tine Jersey cowsowned by Messrs. Miis. 11. A. liVANs' private school J. W. Hsyden ami James T Craig got to ses- - a barrel of rye flour and ate till it gave closed Friday after a them the founder from which they died. MOI1. Mrs: Harvey Helm, They were each wortli over $100 and Tim Messenger says of Stanford, is among the heavy invest- Mr. Cmig especially prir.fd his as it was n gift from Dr. Hawkins Itrown. ors in real estate in Pineville. . . t Mas. Ca.mim u IImuiks, of ISIooiiiitn James HiiokkHis.Hki i.! ton, III., lavishing hersi.ter, Mrs. J. M. D.umherty struck his son, William, on Winy, aftera long interval. the head with a rock a few days ago and Mk. and Miw. J. T. I.ysn have named it is said crushed hi skull. Sometime tJiolr llmt born Mary Wmy, in honor of ago William ami his wife parted and he Mrs. Wrny and Miss Nettie. took his children to Mr. DHUghertj-'s- . A iox the pretty girls from Huston-Titl- u They made up last week and wanted to here last week wore Misses Ida and get the children, when the old man oh- l.itdc! Twidwell and Jessie Cook. jtvttd. He persisted in going in the Mu. John M. MiRoiikiits returned house for them, when tho rock was front l,n.S range yesterday and reports thrown with such fearful result. It is Mia. Charley McHobcrts still alive, but said that tho wounded mnu will die. with poor chances of recovery. Miw. PokikT. Coimits received ollicinl Mil..!. W. Ai.ru us bus retumud from uotiricjition of herinppointment as postFrankfort. Ho Hays no member stands timber in the good .vi of the lugislatots master of Stanford from Mr. Waimmaker Jhnn our own, Uichard Cnitchflold War- Friday, witli the bond mid other pa pets uecvhriiiry to be prep.ireil ami forwarded, ren. of the eoniuiiHsion. MlSH Cl.ll'DIA and Mi.nmi; I) it ye, of before the Icuiiu MradfonUvillo, and Miw, l.l..io Drye, of These have all been attended to, her Hii&tonvillo, with .Messrs. .!. It. Cook, J. IkmkI being made without any effort on l Held, J. P. Hopper, of Hustonvillc, her part. Mrs. Courts has not decided whom she will appoint for assistant yet. were in town Sunday. Tiik Lancaster No wh says Capt. Frank At present this is not necessary, for J White, the lightning compositor, cel- Capt. Richards will cheerfully assist her ebrated his 70th birt Inlay last week. The till she gets the "hung" of the ollice. We old gentleman is still hale and hearty and believe the appointment is tho best that destined, we hope, to live many n year could have been made and that Mrs. Courts will fill the otlice acceptably alike yet. Tin: signature of "W. W. Dudley" was to the department and the people. crawled on ono of our hotel registers HKiiK in thisissiie will be found the otljer day, but those who expected to meetwere the proceedings of the see the notorious disappointed. Tlio name was modestly ing held here Saturday as ollicially reworn by an individual who was drum- ported by Secretary P. L. Simpson. The meeting was not large nor unuuiilly en ming for it soap house. thusiastic, but those composing it seemed Mu. JamksHoiunson is back from where ho invested $1,600, pay- fairly in earnest. One trouble about tho of ing 150 ii foot for lots. Ho is perfectly meetings of sucli bodies is their lack wihl with enthusiasm over the pros- knowledge of how to proceed. No one pects of the p'ace and says he would in- seems to know exactly what to do and vest the List dollar ho has, If ho could there are long and tiresome waits that This make one nervous and impatient. eonu'rt his property into money. was evidenced Saturday by more than bright young IIahkyTuincu, of the Co persons present getlawyer of Richmond, was huro Friday, ting up and lea vini: some time before returning from Ml. Vernon, .where he adjournment. Or was it to avoid the inhad been to defend Jennie evitable colection? Let some of the close- charged with infanticide. No witnesses tietod "brethren" answer. appeared, so she wivu a nominal bund ami was discharged till circuit court. Fkom auadvertiseinHnt whicli appears ehwhuio in this iisue, it will bo seen CITY AND VICINITY. llmt the rcorganid l'iu Mountain (Jil ()o. has had eoiisldi'mble nw blood mid Iln.iiKnTliriee jmid for hides, M. I'. capital infused into it. The gentlemen r'kin. rvprvsunt fully tlie developments uf the of nice brown sngm matorial interests of Southeastern FitTKKS pounds itnd they re in a iMMition to aid for 51. $. S. MyerH. . uiideibikiiigs. Since nmleiidliy in ttu-efor rent. CanKtiiit-rooi A this ifiirganizutioii. iiiieillo pniMrty tmllv located in Stiinfnnl. T. W. .Miller. has Uiken on ipiite a remarkable degree T of activity. The company made large Tin: Viilr.ui Chilled is thu coming u lies during the first week of .Iiiuimiy, plow. Hold and wn minted by T. Met nearly all of which property has been ealf. from .Ml to M) per cent, sold and will not Ne vi I.ily Friday, 17 freight ears got advance. The company into thu ditch and delayed the passenger sell any moie piopoity until Feb. 'ith, at train four hours. The pecuniary damage which time a limited number of lots will bo Mild to the public. wad slight. Mid-way. Car-lis- c. . live-month- s' 1 1 Ki.-k- w blooks-of-llvcma- n anti-saloo- Mid-dlcsbor- o, remained thoro b!x or seven years, when kinds furnished on liberal terms. ho returned to Kentucky and in 1831) First Coke made in Southwestern married Miss Elletiora Rir.er, of Bards-towKentucky To them seven children were Wat made I) thii Company born, five of whom, with his good wife, survive Messrs. John J., A. A., (of Montana) W.lt., Dr. O. H.and P. M.McRob-erts- , Southeastern Kentucky it all of whom have done well in life. The firtt Coke Plant inPinville in For fccveral years succeeding his marAnalysis of thn Coke thou 94 per tnt fixed carriage Mr. McRoberts was editor of the bon .Y th.ui 4 pericnt ash and leti than Imlf ofone per cent sulphur. Protestant and Herald, a church paper published in Louisville, and about lSHi Iron Ores of Exceptional Purity lie came back to the place of his birth, and Timber of all kinds where he held the positions of pastor of Arc found on the lands of thn Company. The tho old Presbyterian church and teacher company iviii oeRin telling lots on the first day of February next. of the Seminary till 1858. OFKICr.KS AND DIRECTORS. In 1812 he was appointed circuit clerk to (ill an unexpired term, and was sub James S. Rav. President: Secretary " V' He dent of the Ixsultviile Safetyand Treaturcr, Preti-- 1 sequently elected to a full term ault and Trunt Co ; jonn was afterwards master commissioner un Ltrion, 01 i,niceo. III , Vice I'retiilent and Genl Mnnaeer of the 1. , N A C. R. R , der Judge Fox, which with his long cont A. Hull, Danbury, Conn , l'reiiirnt "f the Hoard of Trade and manufacturer of li.irdirarr, Ac. nection with the surveyor's ollice, gave I.W. Stine. President R.. N I. ft II. H R. Co ; of the I.. S. him an unusually lengthy period of pub- R Iheodore Harris. R. Co and of tho I.ouHville liankitii; Co. lic life, and it is said of him that lie did Klihu Itcot.i.f N. V., Director and Chief AttorX A. ft C. R more business for the county than any ney of L , Long President R.of Dennis I.onc Co. Dennis ever in it. For a number of years Iron IMy and Pipe Mft;. Co man H. S. Darker, Attorney for the City of helms not been able to till tho pulpit, but he continued to hcrvu the church nlinobt to the lust, being for nearly UOJ AjynTrYI? rY? J!iJjJiVvll.Ul. years the slated clerk of tho Synod and 1NU1 Presbytery. He was a delegate to tliej Term of the Lincoln County Co.irt.MU lit Philadelphia in Spcal 16, General , Jan ito, JIcn. lhoi. V Yarnon presiding. KS70 and man v tines in his ministry was1 (.eneral ,. , allOW- - of To comply with an of Kentuiky, Attemblv the Commonwealth approved lie the recipient of honors, WlliCII ed how highly he was heldin thuestima- void tountv to vote on prohibitum the sale of tion of the ehureli and jiuople. hiiiKnand fixinir the penalty frthe vile ofhquort He retired from active laborsabout live in taxi county, approeJ April 14, i3W, .Id county to yotn on said repeal It is now there .1 o i.vv...,, inn Kw un iii.v.wui.1. v.. l.,l,U. I,,iln,..n. i ' fore rJered that a tll be opened at each valine "".' P"ce ,n county on but he retained his mental powers to the , last and was a most interesting conversa-1S90, tionalist. Ho was tlie connecting link of . At which time 1I1.. Inm, ntwt tin. 'nr.mpiit uml liiiv-- county .Hall all legnlly qualified voiert of aid be entitled to vote for or against the "' directed illg a wonderful lliomory, he COtlUl give repefofiaid lawof 1M6. Hie thenff to jive notice at each voting jilace of said election the minutest detail of every question up- at lent 10 da 1 before the utd 15th day sf FebruIt on which he was approached. Mauy ary, 1890 that 11 f'irtlier ordered that aid shertxff thtll tee tnio election 11 held on taid day, persons sought him with reference to tcnthe hou.t of; o'clock a. in. and 6 o'clock p m. bounuary lines, which lie had run neatly OEO. II COOPKR. Acopy. Att: Clerk Lincoln County Court. ct) .V) years ago, ami remarkable as it may appear he could in many instances cite them to the exact tree, or other mark necessary to identification, with unerring precision. Faithful to every obligation of life, true to the cause of his and loving and tender to his family and friends, no man has left this life And Horses. with a clearer record or a brighter pros-- , pect for eternal JjoyB. There is general will tell publicly at Mt Sterling, Ky , on sorrow over the demise of such a man and sincere sympathy for the tamily, es- j Friday, February 14, 1890, pecillllv forjthe wife, W'llO for 50 years or Five lacks, jo Jennett and about 35 head Horses. The Jacki in. Imle one i.yctr old, yearlingt more made him a loving helpmeet. May ana two wcanimsc One of the weanling it imp. by theKreat AiexanJcr. the knowledge that he is BO much better laux.thcother Thejennctt include lmji Zalinda, the damof and in foal to Alexander uncc latt OlT temper the blow and make her bow liordaux April. Shell a ery fine animal and her produce With humble acquiescence to the hath- - by Alexander n ture to be very tupenor. In thit there it nothing over to yeart old M er's Will. This morning at 10 o'clock at .and of Jennet,old enough but hat has produced a nothing Church, IteVS. J. C. Kail- - colt Seventeen of thene Jennets hive been bred the l'resbvteriail Vi'.Tn Ii tlolph and lien Helm will olliciate in the ' ..? of't&rVin )tl. M":",d" funeral exercises and then tl.ebo.ly will ,uAXTwfod Vror,,U,nnhC.ena .r. oiu, anue moer, tounu ineverrespt-c- t ana asnow lie given liaCK to llie tliisi uuiu n. oration Tor Mauiifacturing Plants of detiritle do good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. At Pineville. Butcher Knives, 1 Sausage Grinders, Lard Cans, Sage and Pepper, Heavy Groceries, Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods, Beans and Hominy; fine Syrups, California Goods, Country' Hams, Candies and Fruits, SV" 11 A-- A-- I.ou'w-villi- ioo-ii- n j lih Ur l?Tl?riTmT All Fresh and Sold at the Lowest Possible , Prices at .r., MARK HAR-DIIT'S- XtTVoTUh- Cor. Main and Somerset streets, Stanford, Ky. Saturday, Feb. 15th, , I AT A. A. WARREN'S "Model Grocery" you will find - 11 Sugars, PUBLIC SALE Beans, Hominy, Rice, Soaps, Canned Goods of every description, the best Cream Cheese, Preserves, Jellies, Picldes, Sauces, Bulling Powders, Extracts, Cigars and Coffees, Molasses, Tobaccos. is cr JACKS, JENETS 1 His stock always clean, fresh, full and attractive, lie carries an assortment of Oucensware, Glassware, Tin- - and Woodenware. Give him a call and he will makejt to your advantage. j - ) FOR LOT 02?T Containing' i SA XBT -io i- L r MAIN ST. STANFORD, di Acres; wiit-iic- e J .. l U.1II11. two-third- s llrutusCrooke, late of Madison ' died at died at his home in Kunsas City last Ken-titek- e nitnr-ci.Aiu- - d its-e- t XOTWITIISTANIIIXI. WC pHllt the tllltll to Thk Fisher heiruaro going to meet nt luiHvillo Hotel, Ixmiriville, Feb. d, which each subscriber has paid for his the to devise ways uml means for getting paper on the label with his name, to constantly remind him of his standing on that $51,000,000 in Germany. our books, it seems that not one in a hunr reported not killed and shot by u man but ho wan badly cut named Sims. Ciooch is aTatl egg and his tibttuilunt is evidently no better. S. 1). Cioocn.waa a-- J writes us that our papers had not atif We shall bee tlii.r., Saturday. l II. B. Ifiiks can't remedy this rarulessncss. Ocitneonleare just beginning to tako tho Middlcsboro fever, but they aro tak ing it bad. Kvery tram carries a number of investors thither, but wo fear they have delayed tho day of grace beyond tho limit. takA iter trying tho other route and reach Richmond, ing twice as long to Mr. T. U. Walton says what wo lutvu & 0. eaid all along, stick to thu old 0. conWhen you get on that theie are no and other nection? to mis to ltiehmond points. .w-.- rohTM.isTin: S. U. .Mvmw, at Danville, dred understands it. Wo get letters every day from subscribers asking how they sUnd, when a simple glance at their laIDETJG-G-IS- T &o bel would tell the tale. For instance, if you have paid up for this year, your date would read "Uanttl." If you have not , DRUGS, '..? and your date reads "lJanOO," it shows FANCY ARTICLES, &C are in arrears for this year'H subthat you scription, whicli is always duo in adPhyticunt prescriptions accurately compounded. vance. Unfortunately for us, somo o' tho dates aro behind. If yours reads of $100,000. I'o.taire friw to all suhscribert in United states ."n 'ilMnrK'l " it. mitima t li.it vnilfmiuig I'anad.iar Mexico. Wo Can nnil Do to "iMariK)" and that you ought to forSTOCK OF WATCHES, The Volumes of the Weekly bej;in with the first THE LARGEST (iuarantee Dr Aclcr't lllood Klixir, for it hat number for January r.ftwch joar. When uotime ward it at once. Only it luentioniHt, tul)cription vtill boin with the demonstrated to the people of thit CLICKS, JEYELRY & SILYERWARE. subscribers are appreciated in thisorany been fullyi tuperior to all other preptrationt f or mi hi Lit current at tin e ot receipt of order. it llotiud Volume of Hurpur s Wcd.lv for thrco Ever brought to thit market, Pricet lower than other newspaper ollice. blood diteates. It is a potitive cure for tyidillitic yuani Itack in neat cloth binding, will be tent by week, aged .57. Jessie, little daughter of Master Mechanic C. II. Sinclair, died at Rowland yesterday of typhoid pneumonia. The remain's will be taken to Louisville today for interment. .,. .1 r.. uieu 111. .ur. . .. ,. .Miss .iienvieu JUnd It. U. Collier's FridllV morning, of pilOU- ' J'"tsciu iiKinia. miu was Muoi.11 ami uer long life had been spent in tho Baptist church, which 'will l'nul an iriepnrableloM in her death. Her remains wertt interred in I detire to sell my larin of about ijo miu the burying ground at .Air. S. It. Penning n!ott iti milet Nottb of Stanford on t ton's Saturday. Hush Ilranch pi r, oppoaitu the eld chuh. lliere , in whi'St and ,li'iii4 "" aboBt 5 cr ,c, ,n raltKy ryi'-- t'ie balance Adnin ir,ir.mmi1i uie(iei-or,hofsir)H UWfiinK 0 latlilger, died of In grippe, lit I'hiladel- - of four rtwmiand Vuthen and a .lemlid new , , harn; it well watered and fenred. l'oBticn call . t plua, ageii on ti leaves a who ami one bp ivvu immediately For n.irtictilarx. see J. P lie son, Adam, Jr., who will succeed to his ViannftLOMo.' r unte theF. nndertigncd at WITHERS. - iinnionse circus propel ty. Mr. Forepaugh wai originally a butcher, but many years IS9O. ago lie embarked in tho circus business, getting in whicli he was very successful, togetlifr a most extensive circus and menagerie, with which he amassed a ILLUSTRATED. which is estimated at moro than $1,- - ti .Ut.l.-.- l n .. .11 Yir.t 1.. He was lll.SO II large real estate the IadinK illustrnte-- nevtpnp.r m America. 000,000 The fairnots nt it f.liloruil comments on current owner. patitirt h:i earned lor it the rccpcct and conn died at Cyil- - dcnc-o- t nil impartial readers, und thevanety and lion. J. J. Mcblbbell 'excellence of its literary contents, v. hich include tlliaiia 'llllirsday, aged oO. Ho Was a ,erlal and thort ttoriet b the hen and mot pop Ilita nun l xiJt1 no . t liitn ular manors nt Itinrtne pcrntai ot people 01 ine 1...M.....1. .ltr-iiml uiv.nii.--l s nuu ..,,,, , It WIMI KIIUll uinuiiui f to ... .,, 'ti,: Wr,l, Stock and was One Of the tirst to liav big tuppleinetit are of remarkable variety, n.terctt v.iluc. No expense is uparcd to brinir the and prices for tllie Cattle, and WllOll lie p.Ud hlubett order of artittic abiliiy to bear upon the in thu early tlavs lie Illustration of the chuneeful phonetol home and .HJ,UUU lor a ULlltr fortlj,n hory. A Mtxlcnn romance Ircm the He pen of Thomat A Janvier will appear in the WHS regarded as a very daring man. ''''y1" ,s'0' owned Springbok, a famous horse in hisl time, and many other animals who won 1'er Vear: laureld on the race courre ami bctnieath-u 00 progeny. Harper's WicUy cd their speed to a numerous Harper's Macaunc 400 estato valued at half to n mil-Hcbides un a 00 lion of dollars, ho carried life insurance iut,r' YounK lopie half-bloo- d hall-blo- . , - jJcmnark, ruck. nortein any country, 154 hanilt lueli, 4 jc.irs old, sound, a natural M,ll"e horn- head and tail in rifiht place, tery handsome. bflv. cood siie. cominir 2 earoid. a natural taddle hor.e, pood style, by "the ;reat Kosco, who told for ll,Soo, out o'f Kasbion by Hoauty. Per.. heron stallions, comin; IVo olds, food oiif. old x Perchenm geldir.jt, fine tui and read) lor wnik. Several grade ir.are. 3 nice fil'.iei by Mambrino Fore-- t. nut of good m.ire. Ilt.idci, a iimnber of ijood vkuiij, mares und ur rfiiy inforniaiiuii ariuro ine at .Mt lioiei St,riifc., Ky CatUiue f sullicns he had on appL.ati..,, by Janiinry J. C IIIm r.l.L. 97"4t 1 1 51 Acres of Land, On Crab Orchard pike. Columbus Buggy, nearly good as new, and several Chairs two Rochers. If land is not sold it V. P. will be for rent. For more information apply to or K. C. Walton, Stanford. Farm lror Sale. t, T. B,. WAIiTOlT. i A. C.SINf a:-- U.- - ' SIME & iiiiE&"EEB, -- J N M F.N E FEE Dealers In jf , . 1 1 ' ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, JLatlis, for-tu- SASH, DOOHS ,OTD BX.X3XTDS Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, harper's Weekly, PATENT WTEIE A1TD SLAT FE1TCE, CEfc5r Shingles, Etc., !) Cedar and Locust Posts. tirtt-clatt -. Wcjwill carry a full ttock of everything found in a Lumber Yard. A C. SINE, Bukinew Manner. ! ,,. Ao M. BOOKS,-STATIONERY- PENNY, ffitTsi.TTj tlBWELBB, ,ilhr--v5'- 3 wjr Harper's Periodicals ar 1 zzz?w 1 ' i3fZtIfl f n. m -- mmc S in. - s C- - coun-ryth- Mrs. 1). A. Preston, who was Miss lU-ll-e lirady, daughter of Jerome llrady, died .Saturday night of consumption, aged about !50 years, after a long illness. Tho remains wero interred in tho family burying-grouiion her father's place, Sunday. It puri-hpoiionine, iitcerr,eTUlilioiuaiid pimpivt nuil puttpaid ur by eaprets free of expense prothe wnolc system and thoroushly buildt up the vided the Irmght dots not exceed Ji per volume conttitutlun. A. It. l'etiny for St tier volume. sJlutli cute for each volume, tunable for ' ind- A Duty to YOUraoir. ,n(; wij j,e kUnl Dy raaj po.tpaid on receipt uf i ifh. It it turnrlsinc that people will utc a common, Remittances thould bnuiadebvrH'StcfTKe money liey can tecurc a valuabln hnK- - or,,er ur ,lraf, to a,old chance of I011. rdiuarY pill Newtpaperaare not to copv this advertnement one for the same money Dr. Acker't bnglitli luh iii.iiJs-- ot iiib.uc tmclrlvo fnrr fnr tick headache and all uiinoui tne express oruer 01 A' .it. . HARM R IIRuniEHS, Addrett liver troubles. Thev are small, sweet, waslly taken New York 81 11 Penny and do not gripe. for tale by A. tt ' the lowett. Walchet, Clocks and Jewelry He. paired ou shortnotice and warranted. n ir!5?m:.-i'?T-i- z &fli!2E&S&efi& "hn BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Hook Keeplni, Short ITand, Telegraphy. Ao OIIIQll IP Write itr Catalogue and full information. UUWlO VlbakCii IV I W ji'' .".. W m fl tf ftjftfaASagRJ.,, Ljl &&?. ih -U. AtvrHJO.Jfc..-sW- .,iAj i C 4j- 1- - c ,,'P!aKw!rwv?3?'TirTTcKF- -jtBMEffrtifet-.iaL . "Rasaf m $wFWmT"rrr7B!f'TT 7 v3K"jl5r-""- Jj "s. i v rsn;'r j wti.-iT S p" ' pK Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal -- THE MEANEST MAN. Uniquo Story About a Porson Who Syndicate Hlmsolf. Published Every Tuoaday and Friday AT I SM clover, young and rvokless, was "on his uppers." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ThKln hi.soplnlon, was not liis fault, Train leavea Rowland at ? oo n in , returning in at j 30 but was duo to tho cold Injustice of a L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. cruel world. It is 1131pm truo ho realized Mail train going North 131pm South that ho was Indo ExpreMtrain" South "57P"' lent by nature and North " jJ7am 630 am oxtravarxiint bv habit, that ho had nog Local Freight North $55Pm SP'ith looted certain golden opportunities and The Utter train also arry passengers. The above iicj1' 'ilated nn standard time. Solar had been careless where ho should have inmates faster time is about been attentive; but in hi.s present. mood ho did not dwell upon theso unpleasant facts, but shook hi.s list at tho throng of humanity beneath his window and law, denounced society, civilization, order and ovory thing which in tho most remote degreo tonds to reward ipOYALMJ'ajJ oiTortand punish larlness. Then ho lighted a cigar, sat down upon tho edge of his bed and counted When not so paid PKll VWAIUN AUViVXCK will be charged. S2.50 'SOT Kfcv irilAIU) EKOTII-IXt.TOhand-som- N, e, 11 .. I Klfeia POWDER Absolutely Pure Tbisp .mI strength and . Mr. Manor: Will you kindly Inform jxisirail-riser- s that I, Kloburd FrotbtURton, iroMMHueU by Mewr. ditira lie liuerlcd bis list of nameut) bei tho tnimnmi man in New York City, Into tend to take up my nbodo in your town nt onco unluss I tvcpho by tho next mull tbentun of llfty dollar. I lueloso the full ot my credential. 1 am a blight to any oowmunUy. I'otltlrf ly no rvdnction for eoh lie wtirkod away for hours writing let- re&lized that a most Important step had cost him but littlo effort. Going atonno to tho lobby of tho R Hotel he sont up his card to a celebrated politician. A few moments later his paper boro a namo of National reputation. The politician had not oven looked at the Hcreed, having read tho name of the bank president at tho first glance. Frothlngton's task was now in easy one. Heforo business hours were over his document lioro twenty-seve- n signatures, each ono of them a name known to all men from Maine to Texas. Nobody had read his scroll In such a way as to gather Its full meaning. Ho had been questioned now and thon, but hU smiling countenance had reassured all doubters, and tho firstnameon hispaper was a magnet not to bo resisted. And now a horrible thought entered his mind as ho turned homeward. Had ho I'nouirh stamps to complete his de sign? For tho first time since he set out tho confident smilo left his face, and his features grew set and stem as ho quickened his pace. Rushing to Ills room ho nervously unlocked hi.s door, threw open t his desk and found O.Joy! fifty stamps and a pile of wrlttng-jmpe- r and envelopes. Seating himwif as though for n long effort ho drafted tho following letter: two-cen- Iimif whom ho Is Do you Viw mine Go In I.I 'p. Bucklen's Arnica Salve nnl.ii. i,f The test salve in the world for cuts, bruisti, sores, ulcers, salt rheum. fvcr sores, tetter, chapped hands, chllblttns, corns and all .kit, erup lions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir ed. It Is guur.intced to give perfect satisfactict , Price 15 cents per box or money refunded. 'or sale by A R. rennv.JStanlord, Ky. 1 ( know that ovor thoro? lliku flu, 4i, ono of tho 1110. wonderful and useful onglnes In tho world. "Indeed! And who Is that handsotuo-ly-dresseprosperous-lookin- g psDimtSBS rnRTHJrlBSSSsl 2a.aSrtir 'all mi Mi' tssissssraessssrsM fA d, m - ii' x n 110 JlnlLlxS sleep-fa- talking?" oil-can man to Eupcpsy. This Is what you ought to have, in fact, .u Tliuu.ands ato must liaxc it to fully enjo) lift111 "Oh, he Invented an to use on the engine Invented by the othor." N. searching for it daih, and inouitiicbecause they find it not Thousands upon thottsunds of dot Y. Sun. me nope lars arc spent annually by our people e -- JJy Wim'r 1 "a--y g Mit il that they may attain this boon. And lectric .iv Not to Un Jntc rruptrd. llu that all We p,...--.- "' . "'"-- "Jamvs." snld tho editor of a great he lino by accordlni; to. directions and the me tirs. If used ... . ' -, I1I...II.H ....1 ...,-dall. newspaper to tho olllco boy, "I persisted ill, in 011115 )t and install. w ...... Instead DeHHW r li itc t an ' l) sot shall bo very much occupied for a Couple oust the We commend Klectric Ihtiers furUvs Kupepsy of hours and must on no account bu dis- ncpsin and all disease ol l.lxer, Stomach and, Junction City to Now Orleans Kidneys. Sold at jw and Jt per bott e by A. R turbed." I'cnny s drugstore Kntlre train., Ih'fga ge tar.t day cuaches said .lames, and tho editor slerrs run through u II lto.it ihange. Consumption Incurable? looked himself in his private olllce, and I he Shortest and Quickest Morris, Newark Read the folbming Mr. C with his coat oil and his shirtsleeves rolled up began an editorial on base- Ark.sayss' "Was down with Abscess etf I. uags and friend and physicians pronounced me an in Junction City to Jacksonville, Fla. ball. Epoch. Ilegaa tnkusg llr. Kias's cMiablu consumptive. . Tkeonlr line running through trains ami Distant i:rl.itlonsliljt. . New Discotery for consumption, and am now oa my third hot to and able Hi oversea I ass wort, oa Stranger I notice your name Is Do Shortest line to ChattaaiMga. Tenn.. Pott iumIK iii ever asasla. ' It Is the Ala , .Mendiaa Miss ickahutg, Mas., Shrese Million. Aro you related to tho wealthy my furm..Middlcwart finest Decatur, Ohio, aays "Had poet. Jpsne Kawsvitm, Tenn , Atlanta tia., Angu.- Do Millions, of New York. It not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for com, 1AU,0,, Ala- IhrwiHghaas Ala., and tt'i'fwoiiW base died of l.stag T roubles Poor but Respectablo Do Million I sutfiptbia I up by doctors Am how in best ol Mootle, Ala Was given Direct couaec lions at N'ew Urlsmas aad Shreve-por- t " Try it Sample ottles free at A K. a -- a distant relation, sir. am health for Texas Metkoand Cftlifemla Penny' drugstore Pullman Houdmr Stesrpsirs en uN thronah tratns. "Indeed! How distant?" over one milliasi acres of land in Alabama t "Well, sir. iin distant as thpyenn keep to pre emptaas I'nsnipaased cNmate. I nr rates, mass, etc , addles me, sir." X. Y. Weekly. 1IHVCE, 111 r-:-- MILE5 fLWgtM A I IRSfcvSSSQl lpeta ! v- "Ye.-islr,- 11 I I. Jae - I nib-iec- to :lrri;yiiinii. Rev. Mrs. I'oorlypnld If you want me LIVERY. A Vis 1. M. .ALE I fix your trousers, darling, you'll have AND FEED KY t.i STASLE, j c W II COX, AgtiM, Kt RANK W VViKI.R.i,.v. Agt Lexington, kv ps lit U go down ton n and buy some buttons. Rev. Mr. Poorly pid Oh. that's a Sl'KCI needless expense, my dear. I am going traveler mis-ion- s to take up a collection for foreign Onl) nrtt-slaN. Y. Sun. MANH'ltD, VI. as t.eul. Manager, ;al,i.t, d o kd wards. l.en Psssi .V Tkt liananail (1 Agt , Horses and mules bought and sold in livery honesaud xehida. ATI1MION fOMMlCltl I A I. ad K HOAICDICRS WANTIvI). n I. an, pi ntx t'conomn a an the ordinar kind'- - anil tail not be sold in impetltioti with the multiiude f low- test, short .vorght, alum r phosphate powders. Sold only n KO VI. HAKIM'. l'OWDKRCO, B. inw Wall street. New ork ' A , More ultxel - R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. xuert, opposite Portman House, Nanus Oxide t.as given for painless, KENTUCKV. STANFORD. extracting. upstair Ofo.ce on M.nn FIOUIUXO IT UP. the change which remained from bis "absolutoly fare well" dollar. Ho figured thus: New.ipapor Dll. W. B. PENNY, llrcakfagt Two cigars Total rV) '!& Dentist. OfFiceJSjuth s.J vacated by Dr. I Minn V oi ST "I ought to have thirU'en cents loft, and I And only three. 0, yes; I romem-bo- r Igao a begger ton cents. Gad, Mr. A. S. that was foolish! He's now seven cents richer than I am. Hut away with thoso SI Rf.EON DFNTIVT gloomy thoughts. I'll read my paper II MiRol.erts' Offi e on Man' rret. oiff and forgot my cares." IL. More, Stanford, Ho drew his only chair to tho window and gazed down upon tho crowded street for a moment. Then, with' a calm to his wretched finaneiul condition, he bogan hlu perusal of tho day's I have rmoel my office to my residence, oppo will le found at all news. site Female V 'lies'- - w'enIIL'OH RLID. ,4 times. "Rubber trust," ho murmured, botween pelK -- Corner in Wheat," "Talk of a New Salt Syndicate," "Reported Consolidation of Southwestern Roads." Throwing down tho journal, ho watched the smoko from his cigar musingly. "Monopoly," ho soliloquized, "that is to success. Control sonic- tho thing that overybody wants put up tho q 15 In , y and thero you are. What can I j price get hold of? I own nothing but myself a"4 Susiites s hardly in tho list of available assets. Spechl Amsrios G;un to Tkaihihq or Tcachcrs. Nobody wants me. Th ero is no demand for me. I can't spII myself to an EnDIPL.07AKS. Itoard. washmc !nd tuition for each terra of twenty glish syndicate. last 'Inoday uet- ai'"'i: i. FTrt term "I can t oven pawn myself. Hut, hold! For part" uUrs irtdrrss. in A t Miiton Elliott, Pbincial. Kirrsvillc, k.y. Don't th"o capitalists work in a narrow groove? Th'y monopolize only tho-things for which thero is a great demand. Wh v would it not bo practicable a co to corner something that nobody wants'.' i; en instance, tho world has no uso for I -i mo. Wli3- - not muko tho world paj' for my absonco? Hy .love. I'll syndi$ cate myself! Talk about Napoleons of finance! Yo gods, I'll bo Alexander, Ciusar and Sergeant (Jilhooly all combined! Whoop! Where's my pen? Ilen' papor! (3ood! Now for it!" Thoreupon ho write the following: w .tree!, in onice recently HnfTin.n Stanford, Ky. PRICE, V . A BSMOVED! 1 ters, addressing envelopes and oudgeling his brains for tho names of growing towns in tho Wostand Southwest. Finally his task was completed to ills Ho mailed his letters, pawned s and nto a his cane and hearty dinner. When his cigar was smoked out he returned to his room, sat in meditation for awhile, and then, weary with the sustained effort of the day, wont to bed and was soon sound ' asleep. How he existed for tho next few days It is hard to tell. "I lirisl on my nitric." hs would have Htid himself, and it Is a fact that ovon his overcoat fell a saorl-floto his vulgar craving for food and cigars. Ho told his landlady that ho expoctl a remlttanco from tho West, and from tho oager way in which he watched tho postman she was inclined tobelievo him. A week wont by and ho began to fear that his syndlcato was a failure. "Collapse in the Richard Frothlngton Trust," ho Imagined as a headllno In tho newspapers, and a wan smilo overspread his pile face at the thought. Ono day, as ho had just arisen and was wondering whero ho could obtain credit for a breakfast, a rap camo to his door and a servant handed him three letters. Ono was from a to.vn in Alabama, another from an ambitious city In Nebraska and tho third fiom Mont. His heart boat rapidly and his hands trembled as ho opened tho oplstlo from the South. It was very short: satlft-factiosleeve-buttono Rig-tow- It Doesn't Iluvei To. The Wind (emeerlnirly) You've Ihsoh vory Industrious this year, haven't you? Tut Kaln-Y- es; hut I don't blow about trery little thing I do. Philadelphia Inquirer. Ami Algernon 1 rentr.t the nr perlx of Mrs t atl I 4' w ptr .istT slrvri iml Mr,i arrlt to s .'aider- Irlni. rrd. nst.lr Da i,,siilrr- - ta' , , li. ii a. ..1 i ly 'i I I linr DIM ION'- - SWITCH. HI I.I. I VKI'IMI K Dealer In Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Hoots, Shoes. "My denr. can't altord to give it to you. W niiwt sato our money," said Algernon. "I don't whj why,"ald Penelope. "A much wiser man than you once suid: Mtii not loix the present lu vain perplexities about tho future." N Y. Sun. With thr fnrrlitnl IU.ssIik;. Mr. Slickwv- -I hareoome, Mr. to ask for th hand of your daughter. you, my 1hv. Mr. Hfnpp4Jc.-ltahave men-take her: and may the upon your mil. Tua. Hen-peck, ihii In. Conoral Lino of Crocorioa, Fancy Candies, Tros Ties. Ac. All kinds uf Prostate taken 10 exchange for goods Poatoflice, t.iMngslcn, Ky N. sun, I law are, t urmture and a thing, Hardware. Oueeis- - Old , if Ky . Route! ,lrv .s ,V M,.. .i t 1 I' S J. I ism',, Ul I rams tu Livery, geed and r Sale Siable Washington, Philadclphin, Baltimore Now York, VII Xvanis lA v3j9y I ha.l Hi( Southeast. Only oae night u.ii If.ia Lesi.igt' . t .wrrcted linse Lard in lilect Jan is. ityo Dailv Sun M lrd r - , -- Owyityv lATION". ve "n5JIjF Ves j nlMaJrA'ecoln" Ks Snn.'Kx 11 -. . Kset. oa patty ; A bo best Why, l though ty.Jii wrothe Ih'sI friend I had. Cynical lrnd -- So I nm: that's why I decline. Time. Expectant UrdgroumSo you won't PHwtil In Nrrd. Mnfer4 I a... mtiat aiy wedding. Tom? W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV Good turnouts and saddle herses always ler hirs London It the most canveo on reasonable tetms on the railroad to reach places in ln lent to of the Mate in the mountain . pot Tiirt e.vpert ateeple climber may be a bad man an! yet stand high In community. Do THE F. JULEY D. HOUSE, Mr. l'rothlngtoa. Sir: Your communication rocclrod. Goto the do II. Tor order ot the Common Council. Kiwuiiik Ih4t .1 sough can le checked in a da) and the first of consMmption bnikcii in eel, e hereby guarantee I)r Aclrr's IjiiIuIi Hotel and am better I have to Cough Kemedyi.mil will refund th mHey te all picpared movedevermy new the puWtc to accommodate than who buy, talc it as per dircstluns. JHd do not fiad r.osil I.'very attached and every convenience , ewr statement correvt. KorS.Wby A K. Uivcmeac.il. Druggist. f.RANK RUyy not Suitor any Longer su's London, RILEY, Proprietor, - - - Kontucky. ' V. jnMctk Mt Steihng-.- .. .1 7 " Morehead .. I a Olive Hill " Ashksad.. . yo " Catlettsbtirg. . .iio 4 j 10 " Huntington .. 11 T Lvc HuNIIHgsoH. il so Arr Charlesmn . I S ' Clifton Korge. ..1 7 J ' Lynchburg .... . '11 " (.'hartoucsvsllc .io so " Vashistn 1 U " liaitlinorc .... J V " Philadelphia. 1 " utk. ., . K . - CltCsM.. it Ji iism prn p psn n n J am pin. 11 (O am 4 is 1 I J"P" HI pm ji a'n i 1 JI " s pax 43 (an sj ; opui il pmj pm a . I"" ami am am am am pm fusi J pm -- " " '1 RUhmtHHl, .v H"'.... P!, Noifolk.... OldlVintCeirilofi Va... a s pin I'en-uy- r- -j (Icieal r;-ns key-not- o oo I J "Whew!" exclaimed Frothlngton. "Is this Southern courtesy? Itut I'll have my revenge. I'll disoboy tho order of tho common council." Then ho opened tho letter from Nebraska. It was not quito as harsh as tho preceding: Dter (r: Thanks for your favor of tho th. Cun not entertain your propiKitlou, n our funds nro completely uxtmustcil by our ollort to obtain tho World's Fair of 1S.'. Mt&t make yu n feature ot tho chow, If r.c cut it. Koep us informed ot your future movement. This was not so bad, but could not bo Conliim tMir stuteiiieut when we uy that Or Acker's Knglltk Uemedy is in every uy supsitur U anv jndall mhfr crenaralinnx for the thruat and lunjs. In wheoiHiigcoaEhaiul crHup, it mi mink aiid rslwtcs at once U'c offer )oh a cample txH-tfree Ueniember tins ntnedr is seld on a jriumntce, at A K l'cn V Our Very Beat Peoplo NEWCOMB Thitold and wetl-kan- HOTEL. MT. VEItNON, KV. Ilottd'.n still maintain Charge reasonable. Spe- ing it fine reputation. eul aitembjr; to the traveling pstlsHc M. I' S'KWCOMB, I'rap., Mt. Vernon, Ky. Sj-l- pets-liv- e , - -- I . 111-- o ! n is ?. turned into cash. Heartsick, Frothlngton opened tho Thnt Torriblo Cough communication from Higtown, Monk. In th morning, hurtled or ditllcult breathiH. To his delight and astonishment for rinsing phUgin, tightncs in the chest iuickned pulc, chilliness in th evening or at night ho had lost faith in his scheme u oh oak all or any of these things arc the sueats stages u first for fifty dollars fell into his hand. Tho consumption. Ir. Alter'- - English CMig;h Urine dy will lure lhs fearful symnttMns, ami i sold lottor road; by A. I(. Penny under a poaiUsv Mr. Frothlngton. Ad our town now hold the mean the West wo feel that your presence would be rulnou". Flense Mend us at once a sworn QftidavH to tho effect that you will never vwlt lilgtown. Frothlngton jumpvd about tho room In ocstaoy. lie had sent out forty-nv- o Tirrd feeliHE, dull hradache. pains in suritms . paru of the bods ttulini; at the pit uf the kss of aptwnte, (cterishues. ptmplr or tore are tl tiosititc mdence of XHMncd bowl. No matter how il beenme Kisned it must be purifies) to avoid death. Dr Inker's l'.nsllsh llleod Rlixir has never failed to iciwnc ssrefuleu or spkilliK Sold under positive guarantee ut A K, poison I'enny's. stain-auh- Tho'Flrat SymptomBlof Death. CARRIER Keep constantly & WAITS, line of raias leaving LciiNgtoa at it 40 a m and j hi stall y. esccpt Sanda) vnaect at Wiaehss and inis an the K C R R Limited Veitibale Ks frutn N'e.Votk.i'hlssdel nhia, Washington and ail (usats Vjist. arrises al at 4.r P m dailv islanfsvrd it 57 p m Fasst mail ft 001 Richmond, Va., aadatlpotni. ,. xm ast, HnntiDgtsm. VV M,wn, .,. rives Lexington al 11 4 daily nscept Sunday Stanistd 11 it pm Aotemmodattnn I ram OlivellsH and intermediate points. ltKhnstad, Kv.. and ptsinU on tnr K. C Ry arrieeeat I.eilagtoti to, am, daily, bandar Suaford He sure ibkeu read read via N. X .V M Co , i:. 1. For time . ,r.ls. tickets, atid full laformation. wrtle or rail n p m wr ior rci. nmofsu, Lea-inatt- no, 14 1 ia. b A HOW LAND, KY , ou haud a splendid J Vi wNMIV, IickHAgeni llRnMHLRl., Iia pass Agt. J. ' 'Kl'in.r.eal Pass. Agt VARRINi.lON ..IV l'.Lcxtria Kv - FamilyJiCrocorios, Produce of all them at the lowest price And kmda taken in eschange at market quotations. ever, day Fresh .,..,, .j. ssfll KentuckyCentralR. R. "HLfK(i KAHS KOfTJO. I rom ' ,.. Wa est man Dar Sir: In Druggist. KuuraaMs THESHOnTESTAMD QUICKEST RCUTE m&8k sSi SMfM? s 2 O & t W'a, the iin'ters'.gnwl know in Illchnnl Froth- Irigtom.protiomu-- e him themnnsi man in New Helus taken food from the baaU liURry tmbei), nibbed blind l:c(girn uud truuted hU frlundt to domestio ulKari-- . Kvcn lu as large a pliico ns tho mi'trcpolls bis prrwiu-is oonMdprwl a publto calamity. Ilewuraof liira. York City. of e ''ifiw'sriifl f3 ra SSKn BniraSd fii cr -- h & 2. 2. lira o c? O in (n tn ('areftilly brushing his hat and over- coat, seizing his cano and ctisting an amused glance at. himself in a small mirror. Froth ington left his room, looked tho door after him, dodged his landlady In tho hall and was soon In tho stieot. Ho looked like a young man of wealth and leisure as ho strolled along, a smile on his well-cu- t face and an air of in his jaunty stop. Ho entered a famous uptown bank, aftor a short stroll, wliQno provident ho had known in happlor days, "Will you kindly sign that, Mr. C ?" asked Frothlngton, stopping boldly into tho president's room and ality." If ho obtained fifty dollars apleco from of them ho would hao seven hundred and fifty dollars at his command, onough to last him until again Inspired. That afternoon, however, his delight was somewhat dashed by tlio receipt of two letters threatening him with prosecution for blaokmail. Hut with thorn wqs another oplstlo containing a check, so ho cast dull earn avay and spent tho evening at tho tncator. Ton letters reached him in tho morning. Only threo of them contained money. Ono town in South Dakota sont him twonty-llvdollars. "Not," said tho mayor, "boouuso we recognlzo your olalm, but as a re waul for originletters. one-thir- d iltty-dollor Arc Ltne. fUecUvi and pure. Kor hei.il All persons wishing a pleasant life and well I....M. . " tna.l l che. iliMirdtrrd stomach. Iota of appeute, hsd fcunf-r- wile let inem uss 111cm In...your gro-al nleasen Hnllcr Mill. Call for it at losnplcsuiii and hiliousaess, they base nsivtr hren d eifiialcd either in Aroeniaor abroad, lor sale I.) eery, and ir they have not grt it i hand, nrge A K I'euny, Dualist them to keep it. or get an order from them and get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a plea.ant andinic-restin. lam ly A Lady in South Carolina Writes. W N pi iT Superintendent My labor was shorter and lesa painful than on two former occasion; physicians astonished; I thank )Ou for "Mother s F'neltd It is worth us weight in gold Addrnts The llrndficld Keg. Co., AtlanU (.a., fur Orluulrs Suid by A. K I'eu- - 'Dr Ackor'a Enullsh Pills STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. . I CENTRAL KKNTUOKY sk 1, PAST L.INB UETWEBN LEXINGTON South Round. & No J. CINCINNATI. NOV THE MYERS HOUSE Proprietor No SCMKPl'LK IN K1KKCT Lji Sun. ... 8 S , 1;, liij No ft No. 4 "" When sou ofid a mild lasalivc von should hake a medicine that will act un tile livir and kidncss us wll as the bowels. Ihiegs' Vegetable I iter fill arc prepared cxpuIr tor taw jHrpnr In. aist an getting; them as they have m tuparior mid A K 1'eiitiy, Druggist. few equals Daily p im p m Kx Sun. m E. H. BURNSIDE, lintel in Kcntw ky and its propri-- l r h s 1 o Five men were killed in Wilkes county, N. C. by the preninture explosion of a blast. A brewer who wns expelled from the (Jliicngo union for not paying nn nssess-nten- t for the dcfun.su of the annrchist.s, A was awartlcd ijMHX) daimigefi. If jouor liny of your famly should happen tu be frightfully burned or scalded, hat have you in the home to alleviate the pain until jou can (jet a phvsltMii ? A box of Ilt'L'gV Gennnii bsiUcat hand 111 times like this would .uxe a warld ol and oftentimes n doctor bill, aaitliisne cuualin riisus of this kind, as veil as mil nnm.itioii of all kinds. A. It 1'cnnv, Druggist. g Pool and I.illlurcl Parlors First-Clas- belter repul ition, Arr Llstas.oi. . J thl I.ve I 'arts. shall be maintained Arr Wiache-tr.- . Arr UiehawH..' Arr Lancaster Arr Stanford.. He has recently acMed 10 its appointments Lvc Klchmoad Arr Iterea.. Arr Livington.... is I.ve Covington.... I.vc Kalns. 1. 9 44 Arr Paris . . .. 11 to a ' -.- l.ve Cincinnati iicrmmi 9 17 P in! 4 08 10 IJ p m 5 40 . u to P m 10 55 P in o jo a 4J in M p m 6 mi 'IS J in ' 7 jo I" I' fl si I' i am tu il am I uo 10 pm. ' iS p H J , 3 p m p m p in P m p in p m M Of Pm p 5- .T.".. t ".'. 5 Vo- in P in - s Llvory Stable North-Houn- d. No. i. No... .............. ""!!!!!!"!! '. ef P O' CO o O rV IQ1 isvii.nt 4. I mum IWA o 1 o o en J3. i. p 0 a It was not until two days later that ho was banded tho communication which decided his falo. It was dated from Slash Ington, Kan., and ran as follows: To aecominoda'e the demands of his increased Ilet I uroouts furnished iMn.li.nl nltrnBlfff. Commercial Travelers and ethers l.ve I.vc Arr I.ve V "J WM. ADAMS LEXINGTON, - & SON. KODWY, KY. . - ::t .Ptfa riiV.. MOTHERS mn cap- 1 , giu-.i-eI iiiiniibw rwEnu ..OTH.MSV iVinKJLNfc 5r,w LABOR LESSENS PWNL.GER TO LIFE UF DIMINISHES HLU, nuel I A italr. nilio "no to Tin: xuevu, thrustiag li 1.. v b"foro the hny 'I in l'i . a . w 'i 11 . thel tho bow 3 an-i r Man 'It toSlas'iiujrton. urreepprt-ciutionfame, and fortune .mall mi . 1.1. Thu his i:i. okinl up, rocog-- j. ovotvoat.ho went r.M,- 11.. ndm-inu1,1 p..id ovor the :..r the Wtwt. it faijf- - to Slasliiiig'ini .i:ng tn Riel.j,-l'i .' 1 is jiai..i' ii'neuth .io of the , lonliimal cougbiag is trry annoying to per-- I I Tho letter wan sijrucd by the mayor soil silting Bear you 111 any kind of a catherltg; beaides, itisol great daiiuiKO ti the throat and and fourteen aid.-run. lungs and is exceeding!) dangerous at tin m'HSoh TURKISH Fruthinjrutn loul.i d u ly frumhlH !"ttncyear One. hall iHinle uf Hoggs' Cherry window. "Whit is New York to mo Cough Syrup will icoexeany ordinary cough, and r. more than inferior grailt-that I should .' n for hi rV" h niuod. this rem tily costs"li the markets thesell it enormoust U that are thrown l 1'fxiii), Druggist j "Farewell, inctroitoi.s, I go to ICmwas, proliis A n Klchunl Frotu'ngtou. Hoiior1 Mr: You hare duubthM hoard of tho rlprourtnir puih and which charaoteri7o our town. Wohuvonow a church, threo dniR store, eleven hnur.CN, fourteen aldermen und a mayor. If you aro, us your letter msorts, the meuncut tnuu In N'ewYotk, tiii w ant you to come h"o at r.co. Your sett loos aro ucodud In U Diiuu this place .and hellliiR . u will una a mwn-iois- . twaul from ini'iou ,j New York to 8.u Tolcamyh us when you loave and vc II have a band ruady to moat you. e ca.-rg- y mi'i-fioa- THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. I ruilioud train of li cars would be ie(iiircd to convey the food und nour-- j ishinent which a man blessed with moderate appetite consumes fiom tliu time of his birth totliotlitv when he at- -' tains the ngi of three scorn yunrs uud A 11 THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES tun.. $2.50 TO S4 RUSSIAN PER DAY. ACCORD-IHCT0I100M- . ui OA THS IN HOTEL ' ' POSTED. - I irlBiiUB I - , v . a " f, . ' , vas at in 1. oil'1 I n li 'Worod 'rnr..'' vitb a rorK ml uv 1:1 - ' rlc'ti-- t P- - T aguin. ,' BRAOFIELDREUTOmNTAgA bejunas'i :i.ii imjiv t tv. ' gj' gtu.lan. .sl town, i1, tlmetx pays tu Iv' than does not v. tut .ut, lie-- Now York U . I ! II l, I n'"ler his j ' -- ot it. somo- - n i tho publio Van ZJU, iu .. It can be K'Vfn in a cup of teu or coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it, effecting a speedy and parmanent cure, whether the patient wreck. is a moderate drinker or .in altoholi Thousands of drunkards have been cured who have taken tnc Uoldcu Spccilic 111 tlieir cotttd liolfove they without their knowledge, and quit dtinkin of thrir own . fry will. No harnifu-cil'c- ct risult from us 11dnnn1strjtK.11. Cures guars anteed. Send for circular aim full particulars n s'iuiU C 111 confMcure li HaceSlreet Cincinntti,0 y . DRUNKENNESS -- THE LIQUOR HAB IT-- ln all tho World thoro la but ono cure, Dr. Halnos' Goldon Spoclflo. Till notice ferewarns hunters, fishermen and other not to trespass on our tanas witnout fullprosecuted to the a all such will est eatant of tha law Signed OEO. D V2fF-?t.- . T. J. HI LL. I XI McKOilllltlM.JK. .si - II. UV'llPliXtls McALIbTER. J. K I1RUCE ItOUT. S H. 1IAUG1IMAN, tt cllAkfLU MRS.'lIKNI.Y ilAUC.HM N. A M .'KLAXD Jt)HN V. HOLMES. F T PENCE. f' RUIS1I. A j.' Dr. 1', .V. LOGAN. I) V. HOLMES IOSH ADAMS PHILHIKT Klt,IIAKi-I II. McKINNUY. II V t'.AINrS. I11HN O I NN, Mrs sMIORDIR'IV. JUS. Mrs ALIC1 lltKKR Station Cincinnati, mukmg connections for all Klnta North, Last and West. Through tickets and baggage checked to anv destination reached by a railroad. lJdr" s. P. "Mat ol the Co. : h. H. IIACON, II. MORSE, 1 raveling Passg'r Agt., C.un'l Lexington, Ky. Cnciunati. O. '",",:"IC, fornointsontheN N AM V IMPORTANT -- Tram, uf tht.'l.ne now arrive at and depart from the Central Unmn Passenger ... .'.""!!.... Arr Richmond.... Lvc Richmond. .. Arr Winchester.. Arr l'aru Lvc Lexington .. 4c p m I.ve Patis 31 p m Lvc Falmouth.. 36 p in 5 Arr Covington. .. 6 w p m Arr Cincinnati .. 6 j p m . ).. .li.Xf Ml. 1, msi..,m,iiis II mien, ,. 9, leaves l'arts at , 00, am and .No. 11, at 545, p artivinS at Maysvil eat 10 is. am, ami 8 ,0, p m. No 10 leaves Maysville at 5,15 a in, arriving at Pari! at 7 40,am. No. u leaves Maysville at and arrives at Paris n 4 15, p Thmt ,rJn, daily except Sunday. No. 43 l.aios Lexington 10 05 am; arri.is Prii' 10 4j am: except Sundav No I loaves Cincinnati 5 ic pat; arrive I'almouth 7 to pm ; excupt Sunday No. 7lenvcslalweutli A 00 am; arrives Cincm- nati7JCam: except Sundav Irain Notes -- No t runs daily between Lexing. ton and Cincinnati. No run. daily between Cincinnati and L.xmgtou. Nps a and 6 make connections .". "3 . 1 I.ve Lancaster Livingston... llcrea Kicliinond..... Stanford S 00 a in 10 5 a ni 11 4i am , 7 uo n in 7 43 a rn 14) on a in ., 1 to p in sTIn "aTrn a 00 p m 7 tc a m 4 P m 7 4I a in s nj p 111 "7 00 "a m jo p in 8 53 a m 4 u p in 9 13 am 5 40 p ro to 35 a in 1 so p m to 45 a m ,,... .o ,. 1 .l ULIul', Chamlero-v-onitnr- It. I. IlUN lINlilON.Oeneral Manager f.ENKRAI OKIICES e Huldmg.Cnunt an. r O sjsspssnifjsjjijnr.Mja, jnys Tssxwissssiaai sssti.ssios. ,'t