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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890021101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY..TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1890. NO. 104 -- DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Letter from OurLancaster Scribe. Through Louisiana, Texas nnd Oklahoma. Miiiiti.KMioito, Feb. 8th. Gi'TJiniK, Oklahoma, Feb. 7, '90. Circuit court convene here next Albright Hotel in nearinir com The A letter written from It js a lUlllruK mattet for iiny one to Monday with a very light Fort Worth, pletion. docket. . ... ll.l ...l..,-- ,. .... lliii.l, ur. ...... lltlV1 III MIUIIUTIWIII UN nnn.ii. p.. llml ....j U 15...iuhols moved into his W. K. Perkins & Co. have sold their Texiw, and mailed prior to this, has fai od to reach us, but it will no doubt pmon having no Phonal knimlede,' of hoWo Q g w ,, h hu re- - old mill boiler. ......,,, in time for our next. From OutliiIh thrift Hint enterprise can draw n cor- ltev. A. J. Pike filled his pulpit at I ar i fit idea of what iH uoiiiit on here. ne Mr. Walton went to Newton, Kansas?, MrH. William (j. Klncaid, whoso ' the Haptist church hero Sunday. whore he took the Santa Fe main line, rlcd hurt' Tuesday inorniiiK on the 8 Iioiiho was destroyed by Hru In this conn Our creeks and rivers have been on goes via Las Vegas and Albti-- ! i iloi-train anil when I tirst landed and ty last Tuusday.h.td an insurance on it of a high. Ourstrccts are paved with deep which querque thiough middle Now Mexico, surveyed the surroundings I must say .,000. Tho loss over nnd above that mud. tii.il I wh not shocked with a favorable will be from to :!,000 The entertainment at the close of anil Arizona to California, his first stopimpression of itH location, hut after tak.MrH. Jennie Uoittinan, of Jellico, the school hero wan largely attended ami ping place in the State being at San Diego, where he will remain for a while. breakfast at the. Cumberland with the lenu., Mat Dr. .Johnston's Sanitarium. highly appreciated. ing ' '... . inaui in'iwiiiiinniliitiiiL' cif all landlords..,.1110 11114 . Eil. '" " Mr. J. K. Woodyaid gold a lot to a ocon.aiiiicUMi lor Bovcrnl yearn Dkaii iNTKitioit: Mx" T.ibble who can get around and Those who have read u u M)u mm, am, Mr. Reynold; Home improvements to bo my letters and noted my route will no lianille a ruin nellcr limn any man in, intention of having it amputated bo put on the lot bv Fob. 20th iver limited over a hotel reniater, "Zan" great litis her sullering been. She is at'- -' I. R. Hailev, of Crab Orchard, was doubt be surprised to see that I am in is truly the right man in the right place compamed by her sister, Miss fctiilio l. here last week with a Mr. White, from Oklahoma. I found out that tho South ern Pacific road from a little beyond San and wo ate glad to noto tho successful Tonnessee, to have his eyes treated. wav in which this, the Cumberland HoDunn & Kmbry's I yoar old stallion, Hitlers John Iongand Martin Owens Antonia to Fl 1'aso is thro' a desert and I know it is from Kl Paso to California, tel, ih nmnapHl by him. I went out to Mark Denmark, btoku a blood vessel have ormutied a church nt M.iretsburg kcc what wui to bo neon, and the more I Wotlnesilay from which he died. They Meeting still in progress at last accounts. for I have been over it; so having a great liked it, ami the mote hud refused an oirer of 1,100 from h.iw, the better him. Petitions are in circulation asking desire to travel thro' the Indian TerritoMlddhwhoro Montiu 1'ox shipped to i iivinced I became that ty, selected the Santa Fe route. It is Atlanta, (Ju.. lawyer John W. Ilroun, of .Mt. Vernon, w.id destined to be ii great city t! of hoises and mules which be to become a candidate for county attor- several hundred miles longer, but 1 go The MidilloHboroTownCo. are moving bought in this and surrounding coun- ney. thio'agood country most of the way systematically, doing wondrous ties. and one that is entirely new to me. Mrs. Sarah Honk, relict of Alfred One who has not visited Oklahoma can W'irk In grading and improving tho town Tuesday night, 11th, at tho court Honk, dtrml., died at her home near s te and .ipimrently oblivious of tl e house thu Commercial Club will have a a few days ago from hemorrhage form no adequate conception of it. I I never dreamed of it being what it is. illative liooin being currhtd on by meeting and invites everybody who feels of the lungs. h A lovely country to start with, it has im- -' the outsider. In fact, if they are Hiking an interest in the railroad project to at- At the regular communication of am interest at all in the upeeubUive tend. The more entei prising citixonsj Urodhead Lodge No. 5(5 F. and A. M. proved in the short time since it was' opened up, as, I suppose, no othei ever iiM.vement It is to eberk lit. Tills in tiro determined not to let so important a j last Saturday night the third degree whs I lainly evidenced by the letter of Capt. matter Hag ami will on Rev. John A. Johnson and did. Farm houses have been built here, udvouitc an erlv eonforrfd ' ' there and every where, and towns have tnikn, the manager of the Town Co., hearing. KIm Woodall. spuing up all along the railroad. The I'iMmIiihI lust week, in which he "titUd g Mr Ittm'riy R.tttertou gave his Flijah Cox has been granted a largest of them are Guthrie and Oklahotluit the buililing clause stipulittcd in the friends a danue Fnday night in sion. Michael Rowers, our model farm-bi- s nale of lots would bo enforced to the let-tfather's new business house which is or, has recently shipped from Ohio a ma City, the first munbeiing about and the latter L000 inhabitants, Now it Menm to be plain t any being erected on Main Street ami which thresher, a clover luiller and a portable From the imlaeual obervor hero that it is not the is so near completion as to be tested by saw mill to be used on his farm. Dr. without exaggeration. mense stalks I should judge that tho land of the Kiiglitth Co. to make any the dancers. aim y Perkins, of Ree Lick, reports Notwithstanding the glows cotton and corn to perfection. Hpc illation in the pale of Middlclroro of the weather a good crowd or boy at his bouse, looks well. Hay is abundant. iot, for if they sell every lot owned by was out and enjoyed the dance till a late Sain Tyree and family have moved Wheat Water courses nre numerous. In fact, I them in the valley and at price to cor. hour. to Rernstadt. A Mr. Lincoln, of Indiana, respond with the. high prices already It has become of lute that women was here Saturday gathering up men to don't seeanything to keep this from be. paid for lots on Cumberland Avenue, it eueaee in most everv kind of hti.xiness make ties in Virginia, over the hill be- - ing, before long, one of the best and most thickly settled parts of the United States-M.iuKI not remunerato them for the imThe llrst lady druinmei made her :y yond Middlesboro. Kiwi Woodall, agent expected to find lots of Indians in the provements they are putting in bete. pearaiice in our town last week. She and operator at Altamont, came down Ohickesaw reservation, between Texas I'hey don't seem to dirt ntiythiug about was traveling for one of 1). the largest drv Friday to see the liotuefolkH. Mr. the expenditure of money and cutting goods bouses in Cincinnati. I don't be Weaver, of Ixmisville, is here visiting and Oklahoma, but did not seo a single one. There are very few, I'm told. A down and movim: a huge inouuUUii i lieve she will succeed in the business as his brother. ... .1 !..... .....1..riilt,iiv in " t,w. . John Melviu and son, CJeorg'.', of the good many white people live there, tho', n -v : Mn goods 0 the . ,g..,. ..... , Melvin Lumber Co., of Dillinn's Switch, and lease the tillable lands, for n very ;. toad than lndv ' sesses. small consideration, from the Indians verai:e American. Ilieirpay roll All here are anxious to know the spent Saturday and Sunday here with Some have married Indian women (call- now on city iinprovementsaloueamounts termination of the trial of Rev R. M. their families. The many friends here of kfl CMIIIlU'.lllltll it m Iwiat.ri 1... .in, n ..l.t LOCK) per day. My idea of the to over $ Neal which is now in progress at Mt. J. A. Newland, Crab Orehaad, mo glad to own property as as if they were full- anticipation for them, growbenefits in Vernon, Mo. He was indicted at that t0 noto n,s improvement and wish him ing out of the large expenditure of mon- place for bigamy. They claim ho has a n pwdy recovery. D. M. Cress nnd bred Ked men. This is also a splendid country, ana no doubt will soon be open-- 1 ey here, is the development of thouswife in this county which he deserted u):0 rown were here last week weigh ands of acres of coal and mineral lands some four years ago and afterwards mar- mil' lit) and reeeivini? iimm. Mr. T. S ed up tosettlere. My route from N. O. was thro' Wef-ter- n which they own in this vicinity and the ried a lady in .Nit. Vernon, Mo. His Frith and wife, Mrs. Geo. Melvin, Mrs. Louisiana to Shrevoport, thence and attracting rail- wife collection of royalties here was a Miss Mann. Supposing Bam Roberts, Mrs. J. R. Cass nnd Mr. thro' Northwestern Texas, taking in Mar-- 1 tunnel throuuh Cumbei-lan- d her husband, It. M. roads to their Neal, was dead or Win. Claypolo are our present sufferers Bhall, Dallas, Fort Worth and Gaines-- , Mountain, which, by the way, will would never return, she married the sec- from .i grippe. Mr. John .Frith, after ville. 1 came right thro' the large sugar be open to the first train next Friday. ond time. Mr. Neal protests his inno- several days' confinement with it, is able The fact of a lot being encumbered with cence anil says ho is not tho man, but to be out again. Mrs, Geo. T. Mt'Robetts and rice plantations of Louisiann. These ordinarily embrace 1,000 to 'J.OOO acres, ttie building clause renders its sale more she declares he is. is quite feeble from various causes. and tho dwelling of the planter, the mais generally a diU'er-nt- o difficult, and there -- The question of n branch road of the chinery buildings, together with overof the lot without the L. & N. in favor MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. to this place has been talked of seers' houses and those of the laborers, said building clause. There is a lull in a great deal but not until now has it Mm. Kato Nugent, of Lexington, make a towrt. The cane is althe wiles here now compared to a week looked so certain that we would have it. or ten days ago, but there is no lack of A proposition has been received from who will be remembered by Crab Or ready about a foot high and in good conlast iJiitldeuce of property holdurs. The 'tl... I. .v ... ....... .,,. ...1.E..1. uu doubt chard visitors...of .. . season, was married dition. It has to be planted only once lf..il......l . , . .... .. , , .,,(,,, I heard $1110 per ....II I... , in three years, as it will come up from i..iiiiiai; , lit . iu prices remain firm. nill in- - ..............I 11 ...:n ...1 .... ..... mvnii. 1. Hill 1IIKU IHIUlll """ niui. " I.... ...... tr. 1....1 miiuiui the roots the second and third. It is not ll.ltlt'A .11.. Toot ollered last night for three lots on f0,000 to build the road and they ugree , . . . . . . nan uncommon thing to see IS or 20 two Cumberland Avenue, and there are ma- to take SSO.OOO stock in it and want ny knowing ones here now looking for Royle county to Jake the remainder. llombay. Uy it no sous are permitted to hor-- plows and 30 or 00 hands working marry under 10 and no daughters under in one field. AH the negioes as well as iiiM'stmeuts. The L. tk N. Railroad has made several 10. No man is to marry after ."() or mai- - white folks speak French exclusively. talking, Middlesboio propositions which will be looked There Is no use into ry a second w ffe during the lifetime of The rice stalk v'ry closely resembles baM a mint of money to Imck her and she tuil acted upon. It is said that the rate the first. that of wheat and and the crop is cut to be a big city. Already there Q (njit,hJ (ji, 01 is going n,o(f tiat wo(UJ ,., , . !. -- h mu immnn. ,, u. ui wuiuoer, It and threshed after the same manner. ..! 11 ..,.. ,,l5j r(1111, tn is in progress 01 coiiMruciion smeitmg ..v. . .n... a.. i.,u -,.'i, in 11. 111111 furnaces, planing mills, electric light pay for the building of tho toad. If we they are allowed to live, Mr. and Mrr. During much of the time it is growing, plants, brick machines and all kinds of had the road, merchants would get the F. Josephus Conn, of I'aint Lick, shall the land has to he Hooded, which is easimanufactories. An electric car line will same into on goods shipped from the have been married 01 years. Mis. Conn's ly done, the waters of the riveis being be put dow at an early day, the cars al- Hiitt that Lexington now gets and for maiden name was Celia 1'utterson and always higher than the surrounding land: ready having atrivod. Tho Company is wideh they pay much hidior. Surelv she is a sister of Judge PatteiBOii, who SO bv tannine: the levi-- nil tln wnlnr post. they want is at their command. Levees 1111111111! two latire steam Hhoveladay and tho people will nut t this opportunity has long since passed the ""' U'T mil act upon it at once Mr. Conn is more familiarly known as have to be built along all the streams to 1" night, and it is astonishing how much I'nclo Seph, and his friends are nutuer-ous- . keep them in certain limits, else the grading they can do in 21 bonis. In ad-- , Do notSl,or ivny Lon&-o-r whole uountry would be marshy and unNews. are hundreds of dition to these, there h.n..ui thai .ouh can he cheeked In a da Prof. M G. Thomson, president of fit for cultiva'ion. large horse power pllOWlS at work in llif- - ' and the fir.t HK of consumption broken in a herMi) . Ai Northeastern Texas is a grotl section iioui. ox mis al CoU(.,, K.m.a, cuaMtitec I)r the i.io.. hnclith Christian College, Hustouil!c, and Mi?s ferent parts ,if ilin..iiv nd will refund to ail . who buy, taU it n. per dtrci.tl.in., and do not tind Ida VanArsdale, his lady principal, will either for farming or The iniltract for McAdllllliaing the Streets, our tatemeut corrwl. For S le b A K. l'on- be married at the brides mother's, at land lies well, the soil ii deep ami line and is required under bis contract to n , iillt,,i, llarrodsburg, Wednesday, l'th. Messrs. crops are raised. Dallas is the city of finish at luast one mile each uioiitb. Our Very Boat Pooplo run through from Knox-villi- Confirm our statement uhunuenu) that I)r Ack- J. II. Cook and Calvin Carponter will act this section. It already has (50,000 in When tho trains . . which they will do by tho middle er' l'.iiullsli Remedy i in cer' w.iy tuperiur to as best men. Alter the ceiemony Prof. habitants and is growing veiy fast. Fort any anilull other rep.iration for the thrtMt anil of this month, you may bet on an ad- luni;i In hooping coukIi and crimp, it ih magic and Mrs. Toinson w ill visit l'rauklort for Worth used to be a competitor, but sht s will re- - away behind now. In fact, 6ho seems to, anil rclxtus at once We offer joti n sample lim- a day or two, after which the vance in the price of lots, with owners it free Kcmcmhcr tint rtineil is 10IJ on a be at a stand still. Both have tine rali- turn and resume business as befoie. fair slow to put them on the market nt a KUir.mlce, at A K I'cnnj's. ?? roul lonncclions (i or h roads each. you may valuation. Rut, Mr. Kditor, Tho KiclimoiiA Terminal Co., which Tho First Sytnptomsjof Douth. Weather is a good deal cooler up here Middlesboro will be a bet our pants Iirpxl foeluiK, thill hendichv, palm In tanous has gobbled up nearly all the roads iu anil a brisk Norther is blowing, but it is second to none in Kentucky outside paru of the Uod. unking at the pit of the city . ;.. 1. Iu W ai.to.v. is preparing to include thu clear and pretty. lo of Louisville in population ami first in r all of appetiti. fvturiihncM, pimple or torua cMileiice of poitoned Ii uod. N'o Krlanger system iu uaMtitu its line ol roads. To industries. Come hero and bo convinced; matter mm it buutme poitoned it innnt In' punfieil Bucklen's Arnica Salve Aikcr't lCni;likli never be to aoid death Dr remove Kruriilou Illood Klixir accomplish this it is ptoposed to issue see for yourself. Tho half can or syphilitic liatnevcr fmlod in the world lor cuts, bruins, Hie best sle Mmply astounding to Miitmir Sold tiHiler positive guarantee at A K, new stock of the Terminal Co. amount-- 1 irt iiln.rs. salt in rhmim. foer soru. Irtler. told. It is just l'enn)'. to 19,000,000, Which WOtlhl make the ptd hands, chilblains, corns and all skit, vrup lllg think that a valley of (1,000 acres, with ,lon an'' PO"1"1)- crc P'Iti or no pay rcquir Tlmt Torrlblo Cough tOiai StOCK 1SSUO HX),UtA),Ot)0. lHi Jt it guaranteed to rio perfect satisfactier, only three houses in the entire valley 611 tho inarniiiK, hurried or ttifhctilt hrc.itlung. l'rico ? cents per box. or money refunded ""'"" " tho IStli of October last, now has at least rauliiR phlegm, tistitnen in the choit tiiuckrncd "lo"i- K'Ule by A R" Pe;n Kor Dr Aekor'B English PUla th. evening omcan at night pnse, cnillines in fiOO houses, and in some parts of tho city Are acme ctTecti.e and pure. For sick head- all or any of these thinst are tin- - fit si rtaitos Eeclr,0 Bt,er8 Dr Aiker't Kngiiah Congli Konic achl'.ditordind ttouiaili, loss of appetite, bad ' you can't ide through the streets in a This remedy is becoming so well known and so then; fcirful mnt(ini, and i void .oinplexiop and biliousness, they have never been person and carry on a con- dov will iur buggy with a equaled either in Ann nta or abroad. For sale by popular as to need no speii il mention All who under a positive tfu iranlcu by A K. 1'enii) A R. Penny, Druggist iiaeiicii niiiiin nmci. sui inc same sonx 01 versation to be heard for the hum and UrusKnt. nruise A purer mcdlrine docs not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed Electric bustle of machinery. I counted from A Lady in South Carolina Writes: A continual coughing is ery annoymj; Hitters will cure all disease of the I.lver and Kid' My labor m thurtcr and less painful than on my window tho first morning after I sitting near you any kind of a Kathcr.ug; Pimples, and two former occations, lihyitciaus aitonuhed: I besides, itisnt great damage to the throat and niMi, will rcmoc caused byHulls, Saltblood. Will impure ca'nin hero the emoko ascending from l.'t thank you for "Mother I'nend " It i wortli its other affections luns and is exccedniKly dangerous at this seasuu drive Milaria from the svstsin and prevent as tight sold flne smoke stacks and I only had a view from AtlantainUa., for Addri'M The llrailfieldA.Keg. Co , Cough year. One. halt bottle of Hogg' Chetry well as cure all Malarial Pevers aciire ot K. particulars. Sold by bjrup will lelievoany ordinary cough, and Headache, Constipation and Indigestion tr) Klec-tr- u of the hotel. And to think this one side this renieuv iots r.o more than the interior aradus Kntirc satisfiiction Kaurantevd or Hitter that are thrown on the markets to sell at enormous inomv ntunded Price 501 and i per bottle growth has taken place during this winG. 0. Clark has been appointed post- prorlts. A R Penny, Druggist A It leuu' drug store months of Novouiber, December and master at Climax, Rockcastle county. ter DRUNKENNBSS-TH- E LIQUOR HAD January is marvelous. A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. ,..When roil needa mild laxative vou should have 1.. i'p..i,. Ull f... mniH 1USI-. O ID v... uuu .1. nil U.U 11 Ul IU . ....ll..... uut nn uill,..n.. .1.. I. .,,.,. 1.. It v. - j:f.t 411 oruili try scrap ot wrnpinj; pa cure, Dr. Halnos Golden Speolttc Don't roam around the house in your ,wcn 3S ttie bowels. Ueccs' Vegetable l.ivir lr, but 4iud her tile, sne n in tils last In ItcanboL'ivininactipot teaorcoftee without tae f lonsumpilon, told by physioaus that .,1 ii,.. .l...i,l i.f niglil irjmt 10 PiU'uro prepared exprusily lor this purpose . bare feet ;i tlkt8,ls,t.tlll, nn,,,,, they have no superior and tliu knawlcUge ol the Person takinir It. eueclin? a "v ii Un tniin 70 piece ot spuedyand permanent cure, whether the pationt hi weighed less she road pounds King s nNew DIs- nick un stray tacks. Men have been few equals, a. R Penny, Druggist. wrapper paper ol Dr is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, aim Soi known to dislocate their jaw througli, If j 011 or any of ) our lannly should hnppen to be lnousands of diunkards hate been cured who cover, a urg a sample iwtii.; ncipeu iier.sne imiii o H.neipea tier in tc, bought fitclitlully burned or scalded, what bate sou in havc taken the tloldeu Specific In llieu' colfco bought this bad practice. without their knowledge, and to day bvliove they you alleviate the , 11 -I -- .,.. u ai-ri- M'UST BE .. , . ... . Row-lam- VACATED MARCH Awl u fa IB X 9 j I 1 I QT 8. '"SPS V& K ftl Kfia 1 WC M Wc- - e W eeks car-loa- Until Mar-etsbu- rg BicIFarewelltoStanfopcl Lome while the Stool is H i mm pen-youn- ir 2,-."- t We li.ive been crowded the past week. in-la- in anoth-eleniene- ' J Overcoats Cloaks and Shawls At Astonishingly Low Prices. Dry Goods, Staple as Gold, at Less than Cost for 3 I 1 I Slore Weeks. Boots and Shoes, Hals and Caps for Everybody at one-thir- d Less than Wholesale Prices. :r ...,. i: :-- r: ".,."" - I ' The Room is Rented and we must get out. Thanking our patrons for past favors and hoping to see them often in the next 20 days ' We are, Respectfully, 1 I ' ; J U I im hi Ml J W W Tm 1 ll I L M & CO., W.O WtLCH. Originators and Promoters of Low Prices, Stanford, Kv. IFor Sale H FOR RENT. couple of elejant rooms on I.anraster Street, suitable lor offueH millinery or bed. rooms. A M-- tf Twenty Building: Lots In the corporate limits of How land. 80 J. OARST, Rowland. POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and s others not to on our lands without per. mission, asallsiit.li willbo proctited to the full-e- t extent of the law Signed. T. J HILL. GEO. D. HOPrER, I M McROIlEHTSJR. M.S. IIAUOHMAN, ROUT McAI.ISTKR, J.E BRUCE S H.SHA.VKS. S H. 1IAUGIIMAN. MRS HFNRV IIAUOHMAN. A M FELAND ?'T HAVDFV. follti w HOLMES, A f' C. PAKHISH. D V. HOt MKS Dr P W LOGAX. PIMLIIFKT RICHARDS JOSH ADAMS II W OAINFS J ft McKINNKY. Mr. SAMIOKD IRWIN, JOHN O I.YNN. Mrs .MIL i HIKER JOS. I1ALLOU. tro-pis1 good-si.e- d j $50 BEWARB I Mill I ,.... .(-- 11 pay m Reward of Fifty Pollirs for information on conviction of any unauthorized person - 1 Found Cutting Timber or Dam- aging any improvements Or the following property f " ,,., - j .,? .1 1 i 11 e half-mil- e i Hichland known as W A Cash's lieorge IUujjIi s, liastin Heir', oung' 11 acre place.W. Ter-r- ', Win Long's At Cox s tup W. Hutchison's. 40 acre farm, timber tracts on Hui It freeman and K K llam-n'- t Creek, 407 acres, John lurnuuil s, 517 acres, jonn iNin's, 30a acres M.J. Harris'. 00 .icn-s-, 1.. 1'owerV leiijRcres John Andersons, 14 acres, Wash Harris' 517 acres, Freeman's, 800 aires kdhinton Mill tract. I I obm's farm, lln.tn Kutd'sfarm, JiH'l l'etrey sfarm. A Gooch s larin, w toll.ns larm, on i.tauc kiukc, tojcih., urn rJ Miller's. yq acres, Henry Milleris,s 44a acr. mist m' acres, IJ Stephen llttrih'i, trait, Strode Hoife, Cottage near depot at Cral urcuaru. uotei, uoiiaire iinuawiciinuic .1 unm-helJ 'lin.NHI IMlK. Aenl for Ou ncr- 101,6m Tun Hutchison's, H P Ihelarmtat unK, I S as-"- " MILES m (i5ife,L Twc ity miles the Shortest ti Union de- 1 tr PINE MOUNTAIN stock-raising- Iron and Goal Home Office Co., K. ", Capital Stock Full Paid, $2,000,000. .lUinidi Making direct connections in Central pot for St. Louis, m flth'.. M7 Fifth Street, i.ouisviiip, Ky I'lMVlII( Pihinillo II V Detroit, j , Jci:3n7nd0T!mbrJndylnrrmcdiaten' ij around I'ineMile Chicago, Michigan 1'cints, Cleveland. Iluffala, Indianapolis and the West, New England, Canada, stoni-ai- h .,...,. j Lots Sold on Liberal Terms. Location for Manufacturine, Plants of desirihle kinds furnished on libcralterms. New Y?rlc, Iloiiton, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Quickest time to llarrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. Richmond, VIRGINIA. Shortest and Quickest line to j First Coke made in Southwestern Kentucky Was made by this Company WWW MIL)E!AK9 Kuo-wile, J ' - 1 11 At '1 - - Piaeville. l'lintin ill I'insillc. Solid Train, baggage cars, smoking cars and co icbes, Pullman Uoudolr Sleepers through without change via Chattan.oga, llirmiugham, Meridian making direct connections en loute for Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the lie first Coke Southeastern Kentucky is AiR(DWCtVAS9 At Chattanooga 1 m . toper-son- s 111 Itlii-u- Iron for Atlanta, Columbus, Wtloiiug Anal) sis of tlu Coke show 94 per cent fixed car- ton, Charleston, Augusti, Macon, Savanuali, bon less than 4 per cent ash and lo.s than half llrun.wick, Luke City Ihotuassille and FLORIufone per cent sulphur. DA points. 'lheotily line running solid trains with choice Pullman flouJoiror Palace Sleeping' Cars to Jack sonville without change lor any class of po.ssn-gciKOres of W. 1. Vanderbilt is adding a $100, 000 barn to his placo nt Oakdalc, N. Y. inaking it worth $1,128,000. ' Selma and Montgomery, lluiitsville, Decbtur, Florence Memphis und ARKANSAS points. I'en-nAre found on the lands of this Company The Shortest and quu kest to Anmston Selma, MoCompany will begin selling lots on the first da) bile. Dirct connections made ut NKW ORof February next. LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galvesten, Ilnuston, Austin, OKI'ICKKS AND DIRECT ORS TEXAS, I7.EXIC0 AND CALIFORNIA. lames S. Ray, President; It v, I.nvliur. Secretary and Treasurer. I The only through line to Jackson and Vuksburg, dent of the IhiIsviIIo Safety Vault and Trust Co ; Miss. , Shrevtpi.rt La., making direct con.iriions 11 II Larson, 01 cnicsiro, 111 . vice rresiucnt John without omnibus transfer far Dallas Port Worth, id lienl Manager of the I. , N A .V C R. R , San Antonia, LI Pato and point iu V A. Hull. Danburv. Conn . President of tbe Austin Hoard of Trade and maaiifacturerof hardware, Ac K R d. . TEXAS, ARIZOHA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. J.W Stine. President R.. N 1. 11 of the L S Theodore Harris. For th rough raws lorrect eminty miips and full R. R. Co and of the Louisville Ilaukiu Co formation call on Agent at I unction Cltv. F.lihu ltoot,'f N. V , Director and Chief Attorhuiie tJ the pain until can get a rUAS'k W WCOLLRV, now strung healthy, rosy plump weighing 140 ney of I. , N A. A C. R R address pliv.iiinn A box of llecgs' German Salve it quit drinking ot ttieir own tree miii. iso harmtu- - is I Trie Pa.s A at , I exington k) ror laticr partuuiars se.iu stamp 10 u I I," A to ....-!- . 1,. ... - cflect result, from us administration. Cures guar- - I""0? Dennis Lonp President of Dennis IMI1U III lllilC. M .11 !!. Ull. WUUIU lillG 4 HUIIUUI IJ t. druggist, hurt Smith Cole, inal bottles of Iron Kdy and Pipe Mfg to C C HAKVItl invAKllb feriug and oftentimes a doctor bill, as it has lit antced Send for e.rtuhr and full particulars Ad. Vice PresiUnt, PA T A, of I.ouis equal in caies of this kind, as well as inllan.matum dress in eonfidenie Ooluf.n C., 185 this wonderful discovery tree til A. It l'etmi s II S Darker, Attcrne) for the C'tv100 un Liu uinati O. Drugstore R l'cnny. Druggist. Race Street. Cincinnati, O Mile of ull kinds A .1.-- .. 1 a- Exceptional Puritj and Timber ot all kinds baggai,' l'li , K, U1- " &MWf&i&.' J <-Ai-Xls- t v ., StJjJZli-i- - - i ' Al jJi -- - : .m t..i I ii I, V ,,1 .j, , , Wl I Uliilillnf 111! 1 Tho National House will pass the , The legislators literally ran their three Semi-WeekInterior days' junket, at tho expense of the State, Direct Tax bill just as it came from tho into tho ground by goiug to Mammoth Senate. It is n wanton lift of some $ 12,- Cavo in a body. They started for the al- 000.000 from the treasury. ' Ky., Femumry 11, 1830 leged purpose of inspecting the branch The residence of Judge George V. Stanford, penitentiary at Kddyville, but not get Craddock.in South Frankfort, was burnting enough of a good thing in u ban- ed. Tho judge was very ill and had to W. quet, furnished by tho citizens and con- - be carried out in his lnd. Loss ubout tractors, took in Paducah and her hospi-- 1 ;,500; fully insured tality and afterwards went into the hole Tho Secretary of tho Treasury has Otm readers have observed that we in the ground. All this is very nice and given notice that Governor's Island, in have taken little or n i hand in the con test over the repeal of the prohibition we hope the boys enjoyed it, but when New York Harbor, has been selected as law, which is to be decided by a vote of it is done at the expense of the tax pay- - the landing depot for immigrants. Colthe people next Saturday. Our reasons era and on such little warrant, we rather lector Krhardt recommends that Castle Goes for this are several. In the first placo incline to the opinion that the latter will Garden bo permanently abandoned. The negro, Waltor Trimble, whoso the question having bpen divested of n )t be especially delighted. neck Judge Morton paved by setting one, politics it becomes a strictly moral Tiik resignation of State Treasurer which the preachers seem to think their Stephen G. Sharp is a great surprbo to aside the verdict of death because a juror especial province and which we are dis- most people. His salary had just been took a drink, accepted n life sentence posed not to dispute with them. In the increased to $".?,S00, but it is understood without trial, glad enough to get off so second place, we cannot embrace tho that he will get more than double that cheaply for the murder he committed. Nicholasville bo.ists of a set of tripGoods, dogmas of those who advocate prohibi- as manager of " the Pine Mountain Iron & lets the most remarkable outside of a the most Coal and been tion, because we believe that before. the Three Forks Investment museum. They are the Deboe sisters, practical thought on the question of re- Companies, to accept which ho gives up ducing tho acknowledged evils of liquor the position to which Gov. ISuckuer first 70 years old and as lively as crickets, to the minimum is that it is better done appointed him and to which the people each weighing GO pounds. They do not jueu, uli-wo- ol La-in- o in somo other way. Thisistbe expeiiene elected him by so large a majority last appear over HO years of age and r rare Vests G5; communities which August. Ho was ono of the best aud clev- ly visible to tho public. Met: of many Status and Wests i - - j . Tho worst storm in years has just have tried prohibition, as shown by the erest of the State otlicers and it is to bo wool bUc, decisive vote for its repeal in Massachu- regretted that hu seeks other fields. His raged throughout Western Pennsylvania setts, Pennsylvania and other noted ex- successor has not been named, but will the snow blockading manv streets and breaking down telegraph wires. A glass amples. That the law here has been at- be in a few days. factory was blown down at lllairsville wo cheertended with some good results be Several killed. fully admit, bnt whether the evils do not Thk Covington Commonwealth makes and two men were counterbalance them is thequestion. We these pertinent points: Tho prohibition- churches and dozens of houses were to do not pretend to say, nor do we believe ist is led away by apparent effects. That completely wrecked. Mo., organof The woiuhii two. that as much whisky is drunk hero as bar rooms go out of existence under pro is formerly, but a vast quantity is sold and hibitory legislation is no evidence that ized themselves into a mob of 100 "cruwe sold indiscriminately, without a cent's the temperance causo is advancing nor saders," and completely destroyed two to revenue accruing to State, county or cor- of a falling off in the consumption of li- saloons, and emptied $1,000 worth of poration. In other words, the communi- quor. Bar rooms will not go out of ex- liquor into the gutters. They also notity gets all the evils and none of the ben- istence in the next ten nor the next hun- fied all of the druggists that they efits of a traffic which seems to thrive in dred years. There will always bo places would be treated in a like manner if npito of all laws to the contrary. We are w here liquor can be had for a considera- hey persisted in selling liquor in defhnce a temperance man both by theory and tion while the appetites of men remain. of the law. It is stated that ground has been bio- practice, but we are not oblivious to The traffic is one which can be regulated faults and failures of the prohibition law and controlled but not suppressed by kenon a new railroad atPineville, which will be pushed to completion ns rapidly and consequently do not embrace it with law. as men and money cau do it. It is the zeal which characterizeo many the blind Dr. Bi.l, the clerical cuss, who start- new West Virginia, Pinevillo and Ten of its advocates. For these reasons we CHURCH AFFAIRS. could not conscientiously champion the ed the Maria Halpin story on Grover nessee railroad and will extend up The Pope has ordered his lMhop cause and not caring to oppose it nml the Cleveland, sued the New York Post in a Straight creek, along which the great iron many good people who think differently court of Buffalo for libel because that pa furnaces will be located, and will be everywhere inlluenwi has been to lo t! e from us, wo have refrained from taking per published that he was a fraud and a builtas far to the Fast as the direct in people eat what they choose without part in tho canvas?. The question is one prevaricator. As the jury returned a terests of Pinevillo and the Cumberland .1. A. Sbuttlewortb, of Louisville,, which each man must settle for himself, verdict "No cause for action," it would range lie. Ample finances are back of as his conscience and intellgence dictate, appear that this political parson is even tho projectors and in less than a year has given $1,000 toholppay offthoCamp-- ! bellsville Baptist church debt. The doand if a majority favor a continuanao ol lower than the common run of those who the road will be in operation. mix politics with their religion. He is nation is in memory of his mother. the law, as it is pretty certain they will, assist in its en- evidently passed the stage that a libel we shall do our utmost to A believer in the faith cure business LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. could stand in his favor, no matter how at Younsstown, O., instead of calling in forcement. Miss Ella Watson has rented the serious the charges were. physician, engaged in prayer for severroom of C. C. Stormes on Danville street, a The miserable mismanagement of the al hours, when his wife was delivered of Kddyville branch penitentiary cannot bo The Louisville Critic came out Sunday where she will locate the postoffice. n son without the pains of porturation. W. M. Kirby has sold to Mrs. Hay-debetter illustrated than by figures which "dressed in its best suitof clothes," which is what is sent out from formerly Mrs. Butler nee Miss Mil- At least that never lie. Originally estimated to cost was notonly brand new and p.iid for, but there. The marines may brieve it; othshort-pant- s SlL'o.OOO and to be ready for occupancy as beautiful as it wasf becoming. Dan ler, his residence on Stanford street for Boys1 long-pant- s will have their doubts. in a reasonable time, it has now been un- O'Sullivan is a genius and his success in $7,000. Mr. Kirby will move to the Gill er folks At a church near Spsrta, N. C, der construction six years, with appro- making a readable, paying paper has farm. took occasion to repri H. O. Kaufi'man and W. S. Miller prencber Stooke priation after appropriation, till the cost been something to be proud of. We remand one of his hearers in tho stronger t has run up to S4SI.000 and still $300,000 joice with the many that do rejoice over will go to Middlesboro next week to es poiuted at Thomas aru wanted to complete it. It will cost his good fortune and hope his fearless tablish a real estate agency ami attend language and The latter arose and asked if he fully $SOO,000 by the time it is done and and independent course will continue to to any law business entrusted to them. when a riot was Parties having property in Eastern Ken- meant to bo personal, then will be capable of holding only 41S be appreciated and rewarded. We precipitated, in which Coleman and metucky cannot do better than listing with convicts. Some of tho legislators are for Ferguson were killed and Kdward Tiik bill to continue the superior court them, with a guarantee that their best abandoning it altogether, others for conKd wards and John Pec-bverting it into a lunatic asylum, but tiie four years more was defeated in the Sen- interests will be diligently looked after. Clawson, Robert were seriously injured. The weapons An enterprising, bcheining young thing has gone too far now for either ate because it failed to receive a constichibn. proposition to deserve serious considera- tutional majority. A motion to recon- man here proposes taking Daws Hughes used were sider was entered, though, and the court to Middlesboro and buy all the property tion. It has got to be finished and James Todd, the wealthiest citizen the sooner the better, although the loca will be continued. We knew it would he can by Daw's foot measure, nnd sell- of tau'sville, is dead. tion is as mean as as it can be and the be a fixture when it was created. It is ing by the regular customary measureAn express on tho Norfolk it Wet-ter- n easy enough to create ofiiees, but the ment. If he can work this scheme his cost out of all proportion to its worth. jumped the track at Bristol, Tenn. ! h.irdest thing on earth to abolish them. fortune is made and in a short time killing two men and wounding others. U.vder the operations of a most perniwill be the second wealthiest man Prof. W. K. Shaw, of Mt. Vernon, has JAb G GIVKNS cious law, r0 convicts have been paroled WM.AKhs in the United States. l 'f.'. Ulcerated Th roat !' Among the last consolidated his Home and School pubrrice at per liottlr out of the penitentiary. "'.' HAVlv nmvltiiiiui ..l A prominent physician in this town uia batch is one Charles F. Wing, a young lication with a paper of the same name who has been dealing very extensively ilfi lawyer of Caldwell county, who was let in Louisville aud he and C. II. Attorneys nt Law, ui in Middlesboro property, a few evenings SVJ"S2J2.L-T?jyws."vto"i.t,. iiiroMni lit laitr. tutr nni! tali.lil will be editors. It will appear It off by a jury with 10 years for murdering " Price 5 ago gave a patient a box of pills, and 327 rifth St., Louisville, Ky. per boltli. Liver the marshal who arrested him, when his weekly at the low price of $1 a year. l?AVltl S..haAM,NKp'C e v.ent per l.oi CmpUmu, Imrnured n,Kc,ti .Sick Headache, when asked by him how they should be .. Shrve Ituildir-- ; ,i anuiaaunii ami .r ale to the trade by the neck should have paid the penalty. And taken, the doctor absent mindedly reLEGISLATIVE DOINGS. is bet at liberty now after four years, he marked that he should take 'J down and DRUG CO., FRANK. MAltlMOS GIVKNS An act to incorporate another bank Ky. to murder some other otiicer who dans the balance in one, two and three years. JAS G. to arrest i im for drunken and disordt rly at Middlesboro, to be known as the Bank, This equals Mr. W. R. Robinson's selling GlYENS & conduct. Verily the murderer is treated Loan & Trufct Co., is before the House; the cross cut saw for & cents a front REAL ESTATE. with more consideration than the man also a bill to charter a water works com- foot. pany. who never breaks the law and legislator - The Indies Christian Aid Society Tho Lincoln County Building and btrive to make it even more pleasant for H'lll ll il if j urwillintf- itinliilt iiiilnrrniiiMiiiii " I.. "" " him. Human life in Kentucky is cheap- Savings Afeociation has had an amend- at the Opum HnilfcU Oil the evening of n,n..oU.OMl.lr.n and l.mhr I an !iMl iwM r mIJ on C ininwion. C'rirrep.ni of ment to its charter prusentod, which gives tOlllltCll er than dirt and laws arc being constantit the ifcht to open new series of bhares February 1th. A pri.e of an elegant ' 1 ly enacted to make it cheaper. Japanese quilt will be awarded the best be at stated times and under certain to of fipollor. A postoflicu for the dolivory of Thk temporary chairmanship of the a, valentines will also be an interocting feaA high license law for the benefit of Democratic National Congressional Comto Build Houses to Rent. ture; also a "donkey show," on which Capital mittee was offered to Gov. McCroarv, but Shelby county authorizes tho town counfew yuan, with A permanent invetment for he didined U r variousand Millicient rea- cil to grant license to sell intoxicating li- we refrain from any comments, though ample tccunty. Inquire at thi office bo funny. sons. Hon. Koswell P. Flower was then quors at not iebs than $500 nor more than we guarantee it will C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Dr. Hugh M. Grant has gone to School Books, on motion of the governor elected tempo- $1,000 a year, and fixes druggists' licence Burning Springs, in Clay county, to take rary chairman and a heroic line of action to sell on prescription only at not less Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, first-clas- s charge of a school. Misses Annie and mapped out for the fall elections. Kvory than $300 nor more than $00. TAN FORD, KY. to do Nellie, daughters of James A Royston, doubtful district is to be canvassed with have measles and la grippe. R. II. Bat- - Well drilled to order nd l'umpf iirmthed NEWS CONDENSED best workman-li- k a vim and every inch of ground contest30 son and J. Wesley West have returned factory price. Very ed. The way tho republicans in ConThe president has appointed Sam M. from an extensive trip through the gress are doiiiL', it is more than probable Anderson postmaster at Nicholasville. for mountains of Eastern Kentucky, where saddle that tho democrat will ba carry the A. S. Porter and R. W. Johnson have they have been in tho interest of the next Congrcbs by o0 to 100 majority. The been appointed storekeepers and guag-i- s Eastern Kentucky Land and Investment rascally jobbers and plotters now have We now have in this district. Co., of Imcastnr. Mr.' Lula fiatson, all the rope they want and it will not A white mob killed a neg ro in Indi wiio has been quite ill with tho prevail15 Head Choice Saddle Stallions take them long to hang themselves. ana, but tho heathen will not rage. It did ing disease, wo are glad to note is much Kor imuIcj's" For Btle. aces! from 1 to i vear ,0I,S T WMtSD.K'Ky. better. Dr. O. P. Hill is doing as well as M?.r; The Somerset Republican advocates a not occur in the South. A terrible rain &torm prevailed in could be expected under the ciicumstan-ces- , dog tax of 50 centa for males and SI for Southern Oregon for three day:. Portthough his physicians have no hopes females, with tho penalty of death agaimt of his recovery. those upon which tho tax is not paid. land was nearly inundated. NOTICE OF ELECTION. The Senate passed a hill making tho Measles have broken out all over Tho money arising from this tax is to create a fund out of which owners shall rate for total disability $72 a month and town and the following families have cas- SpeiwI Term of the I.iruoln County Court, held es, entirely among tho children and in a Uii 16, i&yo, Hon The. V Varnon be compensated for all sheep killed or for partial disability So0 a month. Alabama negroes held n meeting fa- mild form: R. H. Toinlinsou, two cases; I'ocamnly withan Act of the Guncral Aweinbly iujured by dogs, on satisfactory proof bo voring a separation of the races, and de- W. E. Walker, Senses; T. B. Robinson, of the Commonwealth of Keututky, approval Act fore a magistrato of two disinterested witJauuary 8, 1890, entitled 'An Act to repeal an Linthe people ol entitled 'An to nesses. Such a law ought to be passed claring their willingness to go to the Con- 2 cases; W. A. Arnold, 'J cases; James A. coln county Actvote aiithorue prohibiting the Halo or on to go Free State. Royston' 4 cases; John Henderson, 1 case; luiucrs and fixing the penalty for the talc of lujuor and enforced, but wo fear our In fcaidcountw,'" approved Aprit 14. lSM.,atd Tho town of Burke, Idaho, was near- Mrs. A. Cunningham, case; J. C. Rob- county to vote on aid repeal. It l now there are too afraid of tho record to vote ench otmg a poll be There are more dog owners than ly destroyed by avalanches. Half the inson, 1 case; J. G. Sweeney, 1 case. This fore ordered that lounty on opened at for it. business houses are in ruins. Three men many wo have heard of and we suppose pl.ice in Lincoln sheep raisers, nnd that makes a big difference, though one good sheep raiser were killed and the inhabitants hao there nro others not reported. J. C. may bo worth more to tho community fled, fearing a repetition of the disaster. Thompson is down with la grippe. Col. At which tune'all legally qualified volcr of aid W. M. Brooks, of Roxbury, Mass., W. L). Bradley is confined to- his bed .Aiiiitv .lull rntifleil 10 voie lor ui " "' than a score of dog owners. law 01 uso. the hen(f udlretlfd repeal who is Oil years old, is the champion "old with borne kind of stomach trouble. Jno. to give of ii.iid at each voting jilaceolaaio election Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line notice or retirti-arof Furniture J. T. Boswki.l desiring to go iuto subscriber." He has taken the Boston Sandifer has accepted an agency under at !eat lodayt before the aid ijth dayaid .her It ordered that 1800 It further w M,tw u has sold tho Anderson News Journal ttf) consecutive years wia. xixjr pi iuea win dc as iow as such goods held on Mid day, behall lee that Mid election the Chris- I). II. Baldwin & Co. for the sale of pianto J. M. Birdwhistoll and Harry Buck-letween the hour of; o'clock, tn. and 60 clock uuu uu uuutjm, m me ciues. uive mo a trial and you will be con- said to bo competent newspaper tian Register Vfi years and tho Kastport os, organs, Ac. We wish him many t p. m. GEO. II. COOI'K.K, vinced that I sell lower than tho lowest. A copy. Att: Sentinel 71 years. men. sales. Clerk Lincoln County Court 93 ly i Journal F. WALTON. That isHeard for Hundreds of Miles. An Electric Current Through the Great 3LOUIS1TI3LXE STOBE, Tearing Prices and causmg such apauic in the Dry Clothin and shoe Jrade of Stanford as has never heard of Notice the following prices: Men's White Merino Undershirts 2oc worth s rea ana rancy underwear $1 a suit, worth $. 4vc; dies' Merino 40c, worth ladies' ribbed S5c. worth o; caaies an wnue vests worth $1.?5. Memcmber all our Blankets, Comforts, Flannels, Overcoats and Cloaks must sold, no matter what they bring. Every effort is being put forth reduce our mammoth stock. Prices in many insjitist are cut entirely in Our Shoe stock the largest and finest in this town and at the prices are offering them it would pat families purchase and put away for future demands. - II :THE LOUISVILLE STORE m. Main Street, Stanford, a SAklRTGOSR, MA3NTAGER. CLOTHING I I NICE AND. NWW SI i n, Children s Suits, suits, men's suits, sacks and frocks. k i Coh-ma- n. Jer-emia- h y dium weights. have reoeived a nice lot of these goods in STAGG & McROBERTS. Van-derbi- lt The Great Remedies "ii'iwii.i AVHES&G1VENS, 1WlLf.r"'r:r:-:S"'u7 P, Great-hous- e I 101-y- r WmiAaiSBtRG Williamsburg, MRMON. I "-"- "." 4 - Piiicville, Kentucky. I i 1 i condi-tioii- f. Having purch a s(d the interest Mr. Stand, um conduct the business at the old stand, where shall pleased supply the wants all former and new patrons from Wall Paper, Jewelrn 1 Full Stock of Drugs Paints Oils, and Silverware at low prices, for goods. J have a good Jeweler, ready and jewelry repaus in the style. watch mmm m, respectfully, W. B. MoBQBERTS. SEW FUMITURE STORE! MAOI HlCTFFMAKTo FMdDF. law-make- rs 1 Saturday, Feb. is11 i89 ! 1 - y. ss 11 1 y, 4, r, a.,i ., .;, ........-aw.,.-;. iM uj u mM 4 ,.,. . r,.,.v - o FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Runaways. Sam P. Uenbrook was hero Sunday on his way to catch up with q Goyer B c L 0n)w b ,)t q the sons of W. T. oodanl and Mr. Mc combined horse for $135. Satukoay night'H express killed two wieuan, oi Lexington, who nan uikuh a A brood mare, 15 J hands, 9 years old Stanford, Ky., Friiruahy 11, 1890 promising yearling tttVwx for H. (. Pen- rig from Mr. Woodard's stable nnd struck for sale. J. F. Nance, MeKinney, Ky. nington. out for the South. The boys are less D. N. Prewitt has already contracted no old. They tccwAivroN, r.ianeRor Iot of nice clover hay at .'5 cents per than 10 years dime novels have beendoubt fur 0,000 lambs for June delivery at 5 to tilled and been reading hundred and timothy at 40 cents nt I. with a spirit of adventure. They passed Ojc. MEANS BUSINESS. M. Uruco's. Johnson, of Boyle, bought of T. M. here Thuisdny nnd stopped long enough Lilian! and others a lot of Stamohd needs another tinner and to hnvo n horse shod. They were well Co.MKanil settle your account A. K. It neuds him badly. There is more work fitted for camping out and were supplied cattle at cts. runny. At J. E. Kern's sale of mules at ParWatches niul Jewelry repaired and bore than one llrm can do, or rather with food enough to Inst them far weeks. warranted. A. H. runny. On leaving they enquired the routt to is, Thursday, o'2 head were sold at an more than it does do. of $lo8.C0. Tiik Jc8t place to buy drugH, patent Howling Green and left via the Huston-vill- e Jim Tali whose reputation as a tight medicines and toilet nrtioleH is at A. II. The Shoes, Goods, jack, "King of Ander- pike. Penny's. er in thu local circles eipinls Sullivan's, sou," was sold by McBrayer fc Unities to Wooden Buy your school book, ink, tablets, was given Killed iiy tiik Caus. Yusteulay as Lister Thomas for f 7."0 cash. for days on the rock-pilpftpur, )tncils niul school supplies of nil jumping on a freight train. No. 23 was rounding a passenger train Casey county's taxable property is kinds from A. K. l'ennv. curve near Peniek's, Kngineor Frank reported by the assessor at $1,022,120, an Next door to Portman House. When you wish a smooth, clean shave Smith saw a man walking on the track. PERSONAL PqTnTS increase of i.'J.'J.OO" over last year. orludrcut go to Jesse Thompson's He blew the whistle with all his might, Jesse Fox left Sunday for Wnyno M. I). HioiiKH, Ivmj , of ljinciistcr, wns art rooms, and he or his assistant, but the man showing no signs of getting county with 50 cotton mules, which ho liurc yosterday. Junius Green, will wait on you in the oil", lie applied the air and reversed his bought in this county at 300 to $100. Mit. Kmii.v Jon us 1111(1 MJHH Miirv most approved style. engine. Still ho staid on thu track and The Iuicaster News says that Mrs. went to Louisville ventenlay. and knocked oif. Maliuda Haydeu has bought the old Tin: people seem never to tiro of lis- did until ho was struck g Mits Hkn .Si'Ai.iiiNd, of Lebanon, is When picked up he did not appear to be Pettus place adjoining town for $7,000. tening to tenipenince speeches. A court hur futliiT, (Jol.T.l Hill. placed in the J. G. Carter bought in Pulaski 20 Prof. James A. Tate badly hurt, but on being Ph. A. M. Kino nnd his pretty bride, house full greet-'car, ho died almost immediately. His yearling heifers at $9 to $11,50: 2 brood at 10.H0 yesterday and listened to Ids arof Danville, wero here Saturdny. aged GO, and Are headquarters for mares at $100 and SI 10 nnd 2cotton mules guments with great attenthn nnd profit. name was Jerry O'Brien, Fit.iNKi.iN M. Dm.i.ios ban been was a section hand at Kiley s. No ut $70. ho r mid ganger in thin Puor. Jab. A. Tatk will speak against blame can attach to the engineer, who It. P. Scobee sold to Hudson & Co., &o. district. at 7 did all he could to prevent the tragedy. of Now Orleans, s.doons at Crab Orchard, cotton mules, . Mil. asu Miis. A. M. I'nvK.oftbe Went o'clock; New Waynesburg, ll'th, at i m.; Winchester bands high, for $2,500. L'.M'T. Thomas Hkiiauds, who 4 years r.ml, were in town yeMerday and paid us Kingsville, ll'th, at 7; MeKinney, lllth, Plows! Plows! Plows! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Democrat. a pleasant call. 7; Mt. Salem, at '2 and Huston-vill- ago last Sunday took charge of the Stanat A Utah man won the $500 prize otter- Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no I) it. It. 0. Moiiim.n ha gone to Ijinens-te- r Ith, at 7. He is a capable speaker ford postollice, was yesterday engaged in ed by the American Agriculturist for the will be and made a good impression here. Mrs. Po- to practice bis profession, and turning it over to his successor, Every plow warranted to largest yield of wheat. He made SO buFh- - plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. kio T. Courts. The Captain and his. there two weeks. els to the acre. do good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. Tiik Mkiiu Itot iikloiii will give an friends have reason to bo proud of the Mim Luna I.mkki bus ruturned from F. M. Joplin and J as. Mercer bought t :..:. ... M 11' .1 ..!..... i impromptu hop nt Walton's Opem House satisfactory manner in which he has con lost week, principally in Meade county, II leiiltlliv vinn i" hit riniei, .mio. .' in honor of ducted the ofhee. Always nt his post evuning, lii'lds, at loxiiigUiii. 71 aged mules at an average of $120. L. 1. Hi milk, the Middlosboro real es-- t Miss Knnnie Port wood, of Fort Worth, and always pleasant and accommodating, Klizabethtown News. through Snturdny to Toxns, who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. he has discharged bis duties creditably He king, J. W. Wilder, of Price Hill, Cinctn-- ! a while with his wife at Lincai-ter- . W. II. .Miller. Set formed at 8 o'clock, alike to himself and thu p.irty which nati, is exhibiting a bottle of pickled onpnd sharp, and a general invitiou is extend- placed him in ollice. The regret at teu ions that have begun to pprout, nnd on . ubo has been vis- - ed. Mihs Zvn.v Iti I !.. ...! ..!.!.. r. , ing mm reu e in wm.iuon.u.y wh5ch the youngshoots have already at i'ing her eotiMnn, Misses Mnud nnd Minmuri taiiicd a length of more than an inch. The several days rain wound up Fri- l) me inci unit ins wiccessur n bus returned to her homo in nie Kuplcy, Tin. Oimvilli. AiKni!iti ronnrtu ttmf day night with a big snow, which show- worthy and excellent lady, who has the Dealer In- Itnyle. com-- 1 y ,)nv;8 haB ,1Mt,c, largely next morning, notwithstand-ingth- conlldence and respect of the whole cftttle t0 Mit. John A. IIai.ihdivn and .lack ed u, m,xt fn nt 3j tq 3 J c ground was wet and warm. It munity. In bidding Upt. lt.char.ls as Ctiihauan returniMl to Iiuinville yeMer-'aadieu, we can not neglect to johllson 8olll to Farris A Wood 51 head at continued to get colder till Sunday morn- anollicer nfter a jdoasant visit to parents have added of cflttIe at ftn aV(.r. aud fee, ing the mercury marked 2ti, the lowest mention the assistants who Crab Orchard. much to tUe success of his a.lmin.s ra-- . q q a mh tw m Mit. T. A. Khk is Imek t his old it has been this season. A very heavy tion. Miss Hose, now Mrs Patrick, had morning but it The announ,eIneIlt is mndt. that "trick" in the dispatcher's olllr. Mr. I'. frost bhowed yesterday no superior wliile slie tilled tlie posiiton, Gov. Uuekner has sold a portion of his was growing warmer. I., Svsayne having resigned to accept anand Mrs. Richards and Miss Itetsii are Chicago property, known ns the Ashother position. .Mn. Lt'TUini Benson has had good au- each deserving of thu highest praise. They Alexander, of WoodMux..!. M. Cook, of Ilustouville, is diences and splendid attention wherever .1 .! ...I.I. .1...- .1 I... .....! ...ill land Ulock, tof A. J. .miwi ...,..,.. .v. mi runic iiihi hh- uuuii" .,..! KY., vuiiiu r. it 1UI14 IUlllllt. IUI .UUU.VUV. ill with juieuniouin. Her mother. lie lias unite been and is doing excellent work of those whom they liave served so Gen. Huekner through his first wife, who Mr?. Atuericn H.iiley, wlio is past f years for he goes to Huh-tothe catihu. was Miss Kingsbury. f age, is also sick. Desires to call attention to the complete line he has of everything kept villi, Wednesday to .Millcdgeville, DEATHS' DOINGS. V. T. Nkai, of this county, has First-Clas- s Grocery and Provision Store. Large invoices of goods and Thursday to Proachcrsville, speakBy an explosion in the colliery nt in a Mrs. James Green daughter of Mr. the itgoney for Stanley's Kxplont-t'.m- s ing each day at 2 o'clock. Thursday night T. J. and Mary Popple well, died at Som Abershcham, England, over 200 miners just received have made his stock one of the best to select from in and Adventures in A f rica, an lie will be atCr.ib Orchard and close the rset last week of pneumonia, leaving 4 suffered the horrible death of being town. Besides book, which sells at ?J.oO. (Miivnss in n speech at the buried alive. small children. Li kk every one who noes to Middleh-norFriday night. e The at Dallas, Texas, Hon. liS. Gooch writesthat the wife Col. W. S. Miller, our Lancaster destroyed by fire which entailed a of Itcv. Nathan Singleton died Thursday was and correspondent, has taken the fever, Tiik meeting of the Fisher heirs to night at Waynesburg and that two of his loss of $80,000. Tlie records were saved hs his interesting letter shows, hns it bud. $T,1 ,000,000 in the old country was attendHe has a large lot of vaults. f. I Ci.irTom and V M. O'llryan, ed by about 10 of them, who hopu to sons are at tho point of death. recent- in the fireproof Old Aunt Jennie Goodo who be sharers in the estate. A permanent depot ngenta at Williamsburg and XEW ADVEKT1SEMEXTS respectively, have returned from a organization was effected by the election ly Buffered a stroke of paralysis aud the died Thursentire loss of her Klir.abeth-towof J. A. Fisher, of Danville, chairman, meeting of depot agenta at liold to call a convention at Ixnii?-vill- e mid Miss Mattie Fisher secretary. An day night at her homo near MeKinney. & Which he will sell at the bottom market price. Call and see him. executive committee was appointed and .She was IK5 years of ago and up to n this spring. K V., was remarkably ac of her death ROWLAND, Mits. S. L. Towkiis, of Columbtip, O, the funds guaranteed to send David It. joined her husband here a few days ago Murray to Germany to fully investigate tive and as expert with tho needle N? Have attached to their Familr Groctrva firtt cla which will be supplied with every. NRestaurs marry oO years Her junior. and be began at once to improve, with the status of the estate. butinetf. timir muallv kent )r Itowed down with grief over the and Candies of all in thatconstantly onrretht-rui- Alt hand. kinds leave the prospect of soon being able to taken in etchansefor Tiik auction Mile of town lots at I death of his wife, Mr. George Dunn died kinds of Country Produce E CARRIER. Cletk. H has lieen confined goods. lits room, to which he 1043m ville was a great success. It only lasted Thursday at thu home of his daughter, over two weeks. of 25 70 front each I Mem its. W. I Tate. J. K. llruio and one day, but i lots jiiia feet rv .......... . Mrs. John Dinwiddio, in the West End, ... .td.i "- v' at an advanced age. His wife died Mon" " ""l'""", Joel Walker went to Powell's Valley, "Model Grocery" you will find A dispatch says i i n b ,., i.. ......, ....- - .. ii.l. no of J1.52. the day was Judge the heav day and almost before tho clods bad iii.w. it'llll.. lii.il ii;vi Vincent closed over her collin, no joined her be- Lot on Main Street in Stanford, buyer of iest lug them higher than hure, returned Itoreing, of London, who invested $:t'V yond the river. Until recently Mr. Dunn's Containing i i 10 acres. Coffees, purchasing. Tho demand for without 000. Ho bought a piuce of of 25 feet front homo was at Hradfordsviile, Marion cattle thorn is increased at present by Canned. Goods of 51 Land, Acres S1S7 per front foot, and another ad- county, where ho was a leading member the farmers being compelled to graze at On Crab Orchard pike. foot. He took of the Methodist church and held a high Cheese, joining it at S1S5 per front best their wheat down. ho will build on place in tho estimation of everybody. Columbus BuRgy. noarly now, and Kllcn I.'t lots and deviates that In remitting for her paper, Mrs. them nt once. sovoral Ormirs 2 Rockers. He was tho father of tho late husband of Saunders, of Nevada, Mo., writes that Tobaccos. rent. I'nr working night Mrs. Fiinnio Dunn, of this place, nnd of If the land i not fold it will V be for K. C. Wal Miss Maggie has a lucrative position as TiiKituti hidooiiistfl aie or further information apply to children, who survive him. He carries an I lis stock is always clean, fresh, full and attractive. T R.WALTON. ton, Stanford music teacher at Sprague, Mo., and that and day to prevent tho repeal of the pro- six other Died suddenly of pneumonia, com Tin-a- nd her son, Clarance, is profoser of short-ban- d hibition law, on which a vote will be Woodenware. assortment of Quccnswarc, Glassware, ami ornamental pfiimauhhip in a taken next Saturday. If the other side nlieated with niononcitis. Mrs. Give him a call and lie will make it to your advantage. besides is doing anything it does not appear and Catherine, wife of Dr. Hdwnrd i ollege at Pittsburg, wuno State, Although compla of the institution, and is it looks to thu prohibitionists like they Hustonville. tieasurcr - w itii The law omht to be few days before, Mrs. Alcorn was not doing well. The mother is justly proud had a n n. r y J r)f In f their bticcetfc. repedlM wiWNilopUNl by a majority of forced to take her bed till Wednesday, M:.. A. P. an kk W vi Kit started on 201, in m total voU of 2..V12. Stanford ami even then showed no alarming symplast and KuiRfVille alone gave majorites toms but she gradually grew worse, till I. is return to Hauileui, Holland, k. During ids stay f wvoral yoais nrtil(b lhtf jHW w.i MM) Iiuhtonville only gave Friday at ti v. m., when death claimed aift-vas.-here, no lias ny nononiuio ueniiug ami tho victory. Tho conquests of tho cruel majority for it. luitiiiiil gentlemanly ipuihties, won the monster are always deploiable, but when 1DZTJ3-C3-IS- T - lterry Heiinley, who thev.are accomplished so quickly and respect of all with whom ho was tlnown and iniulo many lasting friends, who will was sent up for 21 years for the murder with so little notice, the blow is felt with Mflcoiui his return whene'er he finds it of Dan liakor in Hell county, but who greater poignancy and heart strings are DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, i to do so. eseHped from Slteiitl' Hemphill, who was neurlv snapped asunder. A loving hiis- taking him to the penitentiary, by jump- batid and children, besides brothers, sislpU r 3&t9 FANCY ARTICLES, &C ,. CITY AND VICINITY. pucnMua, . crjki-- i N ing through tlie window of n train as it ters and other relatives, are bowed down ts i isr HOG & POULTRY REMEDY Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. bewith inexpressible grief at tho sudden A. J. Ci.mik s fresh bulk pirkles at was running at a good rate of speed tween Marotsbtug and I'.rodhead and loss of their dear one and tho comniuni- Jones llros.' made hisescapo by hidinginncorn-iield- , ty is tilled with sadness and sympathy. FirTKKS and a half pounds of nieu was captured in Tunpesset last week. Mrs. Alcorn's maiden name WHS (.iivOIlS hwli destroys n a contest beten dite. STOCK OF WATCHES, brown sugar for SI. S. S. flyers. -- y. which as...i. nature-tbuild ,.,., THE LARCEST His wonderful jump was made Septem-tcmbe- r and she was tho youngest of a family of "a 'h on and three sistersnnd two brothers. She be-- i loth last, with hand-cull- s CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILYERWARE. . Wk have added to our stock a nice line IS and rug?. since that time lie has been hiding. Tlie came the wife of Dr. Alcorn in years ago matting of carpets, Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than the loest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lie. Xow open. Call and see them. Sever- ofllcers took him to Frankfort Saturday and to them four girls ami one son wero turtihed against vstem ot paired on hort",notice and warranted. niuht and had him securely tied, culled born, all of ...I,.,.., survive, il.., nl,lvt The winner the ,,c more the hog ,hc re.uit. ance it Son. ie,t. he dlMjaie till he could hardly move just budding into womanhood and tlie and shackled Tiik supreme court decides that tlwru much escape. youngest about :t years old. With Disease, Arrests Dis- is no such otlenso its "unlawful prescribof schedule on the L. & N. gard to their liiture biio seemeu oiuy Tiik change ease, Destroys Worms, Increasing," which lets our indicted doctors out last words before los which went into eil'ect Sunday makes the concerned, for her of thu bole. es the Flesh, Hastens Matuing consciousness wero to her husband northbound day passenger train rity. livNic Stock. Ah administrator of about them. A member of thu l'roauy-- 1 (t at 11:5.") .v. M. instead of 12:111, as frttf A 'i M. Hall, deed., 1 will sell at puba christian Thomas for years and a; formerly, arriving at Louisville at A:li0 i. terian church KKADTIIB EVIDENCE: w i3 kV' I ' ll"' V vl4 f " V well as profession, she was lic auction on Monday, March It, county by practice as rf ciW.xi.iJ.V i yV-.!. V V f II II . . ... . . t . m. The southbound pusses here at 1:11. CI v strrettttl aiMuw in my ntru ay tuini: your court day, 10 shares Lincoln Notional prepared for the summons and wentl i2'5"5) southbound exnress gets here 2 fully and all nru uetl now nnd eat us liwrtlyas Thu rmd Il Usurprinlnc. A. H Hank stock. Thomas C. Ball. hence with no fears for tho future and minutes later, 11:.M i,- - m., the Irvlnr, Kv. no regret save for her family. Tlie funerSmall-po- . time is unchanged, ::27 a. m. Is Receiving His The doctorsstate positiveHsg I uk dcatur in luconiratndlnK Kvans, al servico was conducted by Dr. Kemedy tQ do all that is claimed, us hnvuusudit .Mrs. Mirinda Duncan and two of The local freight's timo iH unchanged, ly that Jno. W. Wmrr, assisted by Hev. Hruce, Saturday, after with crswt .atssusctton. Liberty, Ky. F. Herring's children have tho small- save that tho southbound arrives now 2 largo and tearful concourse of which a pox at their homo near town and great minutes earlier, 5:38 i. m. Tho day trains K.medy a poiltive preventive and find HiUf friends followed the remains to their last ! - f .It. a.... Illl.TlfTTI.V excitement has been produced by tho unmeet at Corbiti for Middlesboro, r.stini? nlace. Conscious of how llttlO Goods Warranted" and a Per cct Fit Guaranteed. Give Irm a call. Lexington, Ky. news. Wo hear this just as we no to arriving at 7:15 i. M. and leaving at 0::10 earthly comfort and consolation Kor sule by for tohtimonia't. e a. m. This extra train will be hailed avail aro T. MKl'CALK, Sanford,Ky. in this dark hour of sorrow, wo neverthe Tun fellow who worked ho many of with delight by those who have business our heartfelt sympathy to tho w. Si.as nd !0 per package ; j? lb. our ladies with "IJoston Steamed Corn, there. Thb night trains arrive and de- less tender . h- -v !in. Slf.lll. ..Hn.. . uuub ...t.l Ivitol .li.if s sometime ago, has just done Paris up part from Middlesboro as before, largest packajr. .re itie cheapest. iplilet on win oe iiooiojy u brown. Hundreds of women there are who wish to visit Stanford front will bo enauleu to say: i.nu t.oru gtvem to any addresi on receipt ol swine, stamp. srni Book Keeping, Short JIand,TeUgrapht.i) I as mad as hornets for having been gulled and tho I.ord Uiketh away, blessed Uu' lOSEI'H HAA&.V S, YMta pr Catulovue an will now have nearly two hours Iiidianapuliti, Ind into buying horso corn nt f 4.75 a bushel. above "3 . the name of tho Iord. to transact business here. Vorlly the world is full of suckers. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Otkrcoats, cloaka and heavy boots at A cost at 8. L. Powers Co.'s. , r , bus. J0NESBROS., General Merchandise, Wlllowware, x. Tlie only Store in Stanford that suits the Farmer 1,200-poun- d av-eru- t I m " Dry Boots and yueensware, e lnuvare, Fancy Groceries, and m m ton-sori- vit-lin- HIGGINS k MJKINNEY d stoie-keepe- t, 2-- f 14-- J Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, SalTiirne, e, 1 i . i I I 'th, I I pa-sw- ru., 1 -- "'" 1 ! MAM HARDIN -- u m y, GROCERIES, STANFORD, , HARDWARE, &C, I lo-da- n ." '' ....,.. - -- T Afc SOU-pag- e Court-Hous- o o, court-hous- All Sands of FRESH GAUDSIT SEEDS, How-lan- d n, eye-sigh- t, few-week- s CARRIER WAITS, '"l i.t ... T FOB, SALE of AT A. A. WARREN'S Sugars, Soaps, -2 Cream Sauces, Balling Powders, Extracts, Cigars and Molasses, Beans, Hominy, Bice, every description, the Preserves, Jellies, Pickles, 1 iH'Delays Are Dangerous 1 walk-ove- r. I f );- DR, JOS. HA a.S' i '. i3 . , yCu0 TO PEMY & --- -, -- ) J"E!"V7"EiIjDE3I2. jri't-abl- i' WPlle2:i?&?j -- f- i -. t J o . s, Time Everything. i -- j K-s- H.6.RUPLEY,II D 4 ' ar-riv- u i j i.mt.-'&' V i t' n&VSX&t - -- mA north-bound- 's j I lls' . FALL AND WINTER GOODS. 1 -- 1 ' j-- l'er-sou- griOl-SiriCke- ii ... 1 ..,....., l'rlce-.5l.- ,eni:-rh- e BRYANT & STRATTON Business College .or-ftutJ- r two-cen- t, UISVILLE KY. ... PI SIS i Til lllTll In in. r 1 Tr liij : wi'i'ii'.:iuiirniij jk .'" y Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Every Tueadfty and Friday AT A d CRY. VubllBtaod SVJ P&1X YJ3JA.Il, IX A.DYAJNCIO TWhen not so paid S2.50 will be charRed. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a Train Icjvm Rowland at t 5, mo p.m. ra., returning Hail train going North ,.IJ 31pm ....131pm South South ..US7P Expres , North ....3rra ...630 am Local Freight North ... S33Pm South The latter train also carry passengers. The above 15 calculated on standard time. Solar time is about ao minute falter LN. LOCAL TIME CARD. " train " " j " ' pOYAl 1 In tlm depth of uiy iwitfttleli . I loiifTi-- for tho dcutl, " Tito tlontl who forever From ilnyttRhthavK tied; I culled fur my kindred, The born of my Mood, Whom I loiiKt'il for with lonfjtnf That eiinie like h flood. "For thy brother?" All, nuvort He breathed but ono breath, Fir the irate of hi lifts Win the portal of death. What lie.irt'n blood orklnishlp Have drt'tiiuiof n day. That wake into it.irkncss And run It'll away? "Thy tister?" My sNter Lies Httfeon the hilt; No teiiipt'Mt inoUcit her, No nlntur Mlmls elilll. She tui worn out tmtl wuttry With desperate pain. IXxt thou think I would cull hQr ToHtiffur atfa'n? "Thy father-- ' Ue-lher In illcnt-- lie nlt'cni, Above him the low lrraisi Abundantly weep. The burden of your He Until laid down utlnst, Shall 1 lilt It UKalit YVliun lilt troitltic are wf.l de 4j "Iliy mother?" Ah. riotlierl JJy mother ' ni own! For tlitte and no other .My heart nnikei ll iiiihui. Thou toiilNteoineotit of llsuvun With tiKr(lell)ilit , To comfort and bli nin Through ail the lung nlfdtt. &AkiN6 POWDER Absolutely Pure purity, This powder ne its.incs strength ami w'i 'le .meius. More economical '.hail the or'iiniry iihI- - and i.m n.it he sold in competition vifi tnc multitude of low test, short .sold only in weight, alum or phosphate pjwdcr ant ROY L RAKING i'OWDKR CO., Xi Wa'l street. New York Tit lift-l- of thy itlury, Tlty rapture and re!. Thou wnultUt lenvr funny (lurknoss Anil count It more Mu No love in like thy lave. No huurt bout o Jim, Tiled, tender and patiettt In itiinhlnr or ltrti. it v Amjnel I MISS KATE J50GIJE ls a Candidate for Superintendent of Public, School of Lincoln county. Election August, 1890. M. F. Srinklcy D. D. S. If thou wert biMlde iiitt To smile at my frar. , One look of thy ilrar Tliv voice in mine ear, Were a nwt to my orrow No otlifr can give; O mother! dear mother ! Come liolp ma 10 Iivn! No fttiitnit out of IlruveM No whl per nor voice She hears not my call , Wlwtii the seraph rejoice She will never eouir back For my sad eyes to e Itut ttMithut'! deHr mother! I'm liiiitenliik' to thee. Ttoo Torry Cooke. In Youth' Companion. Is a Candidate or Clerk of the Court of Appeals! of the Democratic party. subject to the Kleciioti Atiguiit, iSo AN IWUliffFUli SON. Vnl-unb- lo R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. But Kitty Taucrht Him n, Most Lgbsoii. Ofhceon .Main street, opposite I'ortman Houe, tip stairs. Nitrous Oxide l.as siren for painless """iTANKORD. Vr. I KKNTUCKY. I I brolltt and baskt't. her ctino. and tlto lit-- 1 BR. tlo, leather rotioule which ' hun on her arm. "f.ot mo btln you," spiil ICittv, softlv. Kitty Cllv was otic of tbo Oflice'S.jti id- - Mm .twt, in office recently I., t Huffman. Stanford, Ky. soult.d lillnistorilllT ltn?ols of tllf world, who arts always hi'lplnir and .sticuurlnc A. S. th unfortttnatn. Whon she was a ' ehild shi' brought homo all tht lamo DKNTISlSLROEON ' , kittons, piH'st'vuti'd iiuppies and forlorn G&-- c on Mam s:ree. oer W. 1' Mc Robert white mice which she could tlnd; as a J'rurf store, tanfaril. school-gir- l all the homesick children in-- J stinctlvely eamo to her; and now, at cijrhtuun. she had a kjndly eye to tho feeble, the old and tho inotllcient. And so it happened that she helped tho old 1 lse nino ed my ofiite to my reni'mo-- , opi will found at tt Female College, w'.ioie lady in the black Thibet shawl to ot IlL'Oli Ul.in. ' out of a Sixth avenue car on that sleety, M iral. slippery October afternoon, jubt at Kitty Clivt' got out of th car ;m Hijlit and titiiuk :ih fairy, but tlu old lady wlio had sat nt'vt to Iiit followed mora slowly and stiffly. She bad her um- 11 PENNY, Dentist. 13. j , SWOOt-t,cilc4JTi- lir. PRICE) - ! JE13IIMO 7BD! I Ih- - i 11 twi-liRh- WATXACK K. VARNON, Attornoy at Law, ----- t. Stanford, Will practice .11 in'l in lOffioeover Mo Roberts ..l iu cult of the nur of aupMil Sc "Thank you. my dear." said the old lady, (rhincing rather apprehensively Kentucky. around her. '"You couldn't toll me, I suppose, where Mr. I'eorpe Sibley lives tliis.inddjuin-nccnonuej s Sugg's druj; store. on West ""ijrhteenth itreutV I am his mother, my dear, and I'm a stranger in the olty." p a. 0 n tJ (A OB? U w S " 1 5 B co $a ST. CD mOC cf s o a-- a v oO a ifS 9 --t M " S o'P cn? g BBfe s in tl g H O 53 re c o W 4 P cr LJ. xa CO J jt Li. c Si5 Oq S.ga H 5 ffl w ' p. (3 O .$? WM. ADAMS & SON 4 I.RoUnVVY, LEXINGTON, H B sf""TU U W m ft V tiE irrlsTf ft STW7B K KV. JiBsf ' ' -- i j .k BAKrS-.oT- H USSENS miu ! MSY H .mKII-ll-o sr labor TO LIFE ! DIMINISHES ")nNS0THER Of BRADFiaanEBULCTOJjajlA'rfABA I ZW?P3W$ CHILD her nat little: silk nmbrelhi. "No," said the old lady, folding her little mltumed hands inside of a lingo ouMnahioned lynx jnu'.r. "M3' niece, with whom I have aiwRys had a home, has Just died, and I have come to live with my son (ieorec. lift's somewhere in West Klhteeuth street, I know, bnt have misluid my tfliHe.-i- . anil the writ-Ino th slip of paper is pretty lino for my old eye to mitk o.it." So Kitty (.'live took it out of hpr hand, and beneath the luminous of the nearest lamp, read: "Mr. (Jeorge Sihloy, No. West HihWenth street. " "It's the fourth hotme from yonder Rtore," said she. pointing with her llaijera. "T'ho one with the blue and gold window shade." And waiting nt th" corner until sho saw the old ludy safo up the steps, Kitty Clivu turnesl awity. "Jh mother:" she said to herself. "And she had a old fuuo, as froah and roxy as a winter apple. Anil sho is coming; home to live with him. 0, I know 1 shall like a luothnr-iu-lalike that!" And Kitty, who had never had a mother of her own. felt a strange yearning thrill her heart as she thought how nice it would be to have a mild, old, spectacled tace by. the Hreddo a gentle household angpl to whom she could carry all the littlo dally ctros and trials of her life. The next day. however, when Kitty came to the little f.moy storo on the corner to match a particular shade of blue srphyr wool, she saw her little old friend of the day before sitting meekly eu a chair, with the lyn in if and tho respectable bombasine tlreis. aim tho tdd little poke bonnet of black crape, with its folds of ribbon. Kitty looked htsrd at tho old lady. Tno old lady hsjKtxl dtnrtMtiUiigly at Kitty. "liidn't yjit flnrt bim?" aked Kitty, obeying tlje sudden impulse of her heart. "Oh, yM." said the old lady. "F found him: but he duet.n't want me any more!" "Doesn't want vi.aV ' ehoed Kitty. "No!! said the old hvdy. with a igh. 'Now I'm waiting here for the Ilrstcar I am to uiko me to the dt'isn. go hitie Bjruin. lie is to tie innrrkd in e. f'w in .. l"autlful young lativ u'i riesajs h,- Hill nut care to about the house, have .1 niuUicr-in-lalie is verj good." jjhn adtiud, sadly; "ho paj's my board at MrB. Vinijig"s down near the old plauo. bit that will not bo vi'lt ni " like ., US.. I I. .iMia.,a ..... anuji gum .inn jju ......I- ........ 1 pr "Doesn't he expect you?"' said Kitty. turning very pink under the shadow of ry neatly-gl- oved set 11 dead-blac- k 1 II'-s(v- s t- - - w ltnr 14 - tHBstKB'BruwLyjyTjslS'vS Johnnie Hrntifonl Pinii, infant poii A "My dear, said tho poor littlo old lady, "when a man Is going to 1m mar- of Mr. C. W. l'tng, aged I) months, died On Somerset street, at nresent occupied bv Mr ried ho doesn't stop to think much alsntt yesterday morning. desirable plaoc and tan be t; II. Cooper. A ubtainril at a bargain Address or call on his mother. I suppose its all natural W il. ANDKRSON, Harper, Knis, Miss Jennie Botlell, of lViinsylvnn-in- , enough, but I must say that it is a disOrT M MeROllKR IS, Stanford. Ky who spent some time last year liure appointment to we. My son's wlfo will love him dcirly. I don't doubt, but she with relatives, writes that the oil operawTrsHavaaawrtTTiHaaiaBRPrHMasWtTrTi never can love him better than have tors in that State are arranging to come done!" to Hockcastlo to bore for oil ami within cfe And then the old lady put her I desire to sell my larm of alxnit ijii acre situ the next six months there wfll probably alcd about ). miles north of Stanford oil the back Into her retluulo and bo several wells started. HUSTONVILLE, KY. Hush Ilraneh pie, opposite thesld church. There got into tho oar to ride up to tho dejxit. are nhout actes in wheal and rye; the balance Are still in the business and ready to do any C C. Williams and C. T. Kisli are nt liood drrelliiu ICltty ('live looked unusually pretty ul the farm well el in timothy thint; in the Undertaking linn. We have a fu.i splendid nf four and kluheu and that evening when her lover came to Bcattyviile to anticipate tho boom. We barn; is rooms watered and fenied. a Possession new stock of Ca.es nnd Caakrt of all kind and Rnbei well n for- be cisen immediately. I'or partuulars, see J.lau of eviry description Our hearse, which neany see her. Shu was always fair to look hope they will succeed in makini: H new an be obtained on ahott notice Mr. Ilaiter, Stanford, tune. Charles Hiirins is visiting his Cinunnali, Ohio or write theE undersigned at (irri'ii bus sharxe tid ur business and will J tipon, but there was a deeper shov Wl l'HEItS our goods to any one needing anything hi nut carnation than ttsiinl on her cheeks, a sister, Mrs. S. W. Paris. H. L. Joplin is line (.tf more liquid sptrklo in hor eyus. taking in IMneville. Col. U. O. Williams I. 31. JJRUCE, (leorge Sibley was tall and dark, with is taking a course in the Southern Ken S. O. DAVia, rather a pleasant face, and very white tiit'ky Normal School at this place. stable, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, and teeth just the sort of a man whom girls We nro much gratified to hear of the look kindly at. and the world in general . STANFORD, KY. capture of Win. T. limine, the murderer pronounces "a fine young fellow. MT. VICK.VO.V, KV. He had always, heretofore. Immmi Kitty's of Conductor Ituoii while in the disSPECIAL AI'TKNIinN to (OMMKHCIAL Otlice xt stossr to Wkliefcead's Droj Store. Horse and mules bflunttt and sold. SpaUttaiisMi cissjis ldonl hero, but somehow, since yester- charge of his duties some six months traveler 4imtt st shtWrcn livery. horsesattd vehU'cs usd day, he had had a tumble froni his since, lirsme was located in Florence, Ne- Only pedestal. sent by "I have something to tell you, Kitty," braska, by means of decoy letters I.. N. Chiufof Detectives Stum t, of the said Mr. Sibley, as he inl"d himself HARRY A. EVANs, ologe to her railroad. limine confo?ed to the murDI1.I.IONS SWITCH. KY ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, "Well?" said Kitty. And it struck der of the coedtictor, whom he shot lie Dealer In Sibley that tho word wa uttered in a ciuise he would not carry him beyond a SlANHtkK, K Oaps colder aecent than usual. station to which l.e hud purchased a Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, "I have saved you from the doom of a ticket. Now let us hope for the rupture Hoots, Shoes, nothing. Hardware Enginccrincr n.nd Surveying in " said he. smiling. "My fin ware, Furniture and a ftllibranches. of Conductor Cubler's murderer. mother has been dowu from the country! Crocorios, Conornl Lino Mr. Hubert S.Todd died of consumpto se nte. She wants u make her homo lies, with ii4. Itut I thought or you. my dar- tion at the Neweomb Hotel, this place All kindsFancy Calidies, Crossriiiuiirfe r for goods. of Prutluie Uktn in ling, and sent her back." Saturday morning. He was a lesident Postorru e, l.i.mitsiun, Ky "You thought of 01 e, did you.'" said of Washington City and came hero three keep on hand a No ttaaiilr al JkIIko. I.Jv t wy Leave yosir order, U the Kitty Olive. Hushing weeks since with the hope of being S;abk and N'ui I'imI inwill l yard ItdtS la ntmnfttly. at aid jN.t they ivcry, ecd and Sale 411c roots of her hair. "You hougl.t it j b iIi;i!inS, by the mountain air. Me u would please )iw to take w win's heart ' Start.d Kr native Keutuckmn, a citiwn of LexingRWuy from his mother to semi a lonely years he has been woman back homeless to the place she ton. For tho last came from You supposed I ws selfish clerking in the sixth auditor's oIKci ; whs enough to think of myself, and myself given the position when (Snuit was pres$ only, in the world. What ery high ident, Mr Todd was a nephew of Mrs. estimation you must hold me in:" Abraham Lincoln The lemains were "Hut, Kitty" startetl to WafehiiiKtou jestenlay in K 1. t 41, c, 1 j, M n. . , M "Oh. yes," said the little blonde, W. H.JACKSON & CO., PIUTRS. "I know there Is a popular ehiiige of Stanley Milwixxl, of lxing-ton- , IihI I rains to S.i.1 Ve.!.! LONDON, KA of the audand Mr. W. W. llarm-Mprejudice against mothers-in-labut it Uond turnouts and saddle horses always lor hire Philadelphia, doesn't follow that am fool enough to itor's ottlce, Washington, accomMtnied on reasonable terms London is the most in flen tlit Sent point on the railroad to reach pWts trudge blindly in all those ridiculous hv .Mis. Todd. Now York, of the State in the mountain grooves. I never had a real mother, All pwnt. rUt and KoatliraM I want one." Only on. Kthl out Irons Lrsmgt and "If had known. Kitty" HOUSE, CotrsK! Tosse Card in I rlert an i. ilw "You never consulted me at all." said ITiTTy! iFasUMatrV ttt tho girl. "Ami this settles tho quos-tloK. 11. HIL.EY, Proprlotor, Ves STATIONS. Daily Dl, A man who is a heartless and un Ksprrsa Kv. Sin..K Sun - - - Kentucky. CRISP CONDENSATIONS. London, grateful son imii never make a good hus I.sit Stunlertl . .. n'n )i u " lsin;w ... if ji psss II J ara.iiI Jo pfi band. a1 To make the bridge across the linglish ' N'lns.acMnr 1 pst 40 pn have moved to my Hew )(utelnd am teller "Kitty, my om darling!" f" iiij " K. V. Jwsctttv channel will cost 11,400,000. prepared than eser to accommodate the public " Ml StiMic. Hut Kitty turned away from him. J ! liood LueryattAclnsi and esery convenience de' Mnrehwd Tho state of Kentucky nlone spent sired, tils e me a rail. am t AS n I i.tipffl "Only tell me. sweeth'Mii't, uhnt to OHve Hill SI, 500.000 for education laatyenr. JiS pm' FRANK RII.KY. do," he pleallrsl, in lnln, 'ed contrition " Ashland .IIP pssi I a !" " Catlctisbtirg. There are on an average 200 pigeons and bewilderment. i run so pm " Huntinginsi pm It is pm "Does not your own tillal instinct tell ollicially kept in every German fortress. Lsc Hiantuigto!-.- . it Arr Clurleston . .. I you?" she returned with spirit. It is reported that over 1,500 letters J.m MT. VEIINON. KY. Clifi.n Korge. 7 Jt "Hut, dear one. I want to please you. were mailed from Vtiasar collcgo in ono ' l.ynchbstrs ami .lit liotelju stilt maintain This aid and CnartoitttviMe am; That is my first object in life," ho urged. day recently. " Wuhinjton . ,lno pm tint reputation. Charge reasonable. Speinn its "Does not the IUble say: 'Anil he shall " llaltinwre pm On tho luxurious express trains now a cial attention to the traveling public .; " Philadelphia... leavo his father and his mother, and stenographer and tyiHjwrtternro carried, U pm NF.WCOMII, Prop., M. " New Vork s pm cleave unto his wife?' " " Richmond, Va. .. 1 o pm so that business mou tuny nttond to their Ml Vernon, Ky, Sj.tl. OkJpnintCWari "Oh. but the llible never satd: 'ile correspondence en route. Nerfolk... . shall turn his old mother out of disirs, Tho roof of tho Now York hospital to suit the selfish whims of a younger llnlW(rl.sJingtnal lt: am and t 10 building is to have a garden, probably p m stall,, eacejn Sunday c nnet at 7mcht woman,' "returned Klttv. K,c"m"i Ky and points an the K. C k inclosed in glass, whero patients can en"Then you wish me joy the cool breezes that blow over tho Limited Vestibule r from NowYnrk.rhlladtl "I wish you to go and bring your I nhsa, Washingtouabd ull rwint Kast, arrives at mother inunediatl'ly back," said Kitty. housetops. Hero there will lw flowers, I.esinetau at 47 n ni daily Stanford 11 ct p r outtu Avenue, 51 plants, an aquarium, seats and hamlast mail from Rm hinond. Va., and all point. "Tell her that her son's lictrothcd wife eait, Huutiiigion. W Va, and all torsi stations ar mocks. - is neither a stick nor a stone, but a rive. Lesinatoti at 11 40 noun daily ciseept Sun dasDuring the recont Uood3 at Anaheim, human woman, with a loving heart in Stanford 11 $; p m Arrontmotiatiofl Irum Olisetlill and Cal., every hummock was swarming her pmnts. Richmond, Kv.. and point nn Intermediate I So Mr. Sibley wont away, somewhat with hares and rabbits that weru driven STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. Ry. arrives at Leitmctun l:is am, the K. rs daMy, si nt Sunday. Stanlord to p m. chagrined and a good deal conscience-strickefrom tho plains. They woro (slaughtered lie sure life a All persons by thousand by boysnnd men, who used pleased wife let wishing use pleasant Flour and well Co., I.. I). tlclets read read sia N. N. A M made at Patent Ihcm Fat time . jrd. ticket, and full information, "1 harr behaed like a brute," he said sticks, and when tired of tho sport would Stanford Roller Stills Call far it at your groon got to himself: "and Kitty Is an angel. I'll run tho ioor beasts oil their dry places cery, and if they have not orderit from band, urge write or callow them and them to keep it. r get an .'.VV "AUNIiY. l'clelAEent No. write to my mother into the raging waters. S. A URO.MIlKKc;, Tra. Pass. Agt. get it at the Mill and I will guarantee A pleasant am! interesting family won't I'll go myself and bring her ..J.1" MURPllY.OrsiiLealnrton. r, ARRINt.lON MV P , Pass Ar Kv A branch of mistletoe kept in tbo Superintendent W N I'Ol 98 home!" house during tho whole yenr brings luck-t-o (rent was little Mrs. Sibley's astontho household, so French jieoplo think. (ieorge walk into the Many housewives consider ishment at it as imporold Vining the next day; tant as the sprig of palm blessed on greater still was her delight when he Palm Sunday, ami accordingly enorannounced that he hail come to take her mous quantities of mistletoe "UlflO (iiiAMH JtOI'TK." are sent to H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Imck to the city. 'Awl she actually cried tho Paris markets, chiefly from Nor- E. THE SHORTEST A0 QUICKEST RGUTE toars of joy when she hoard of Kitty mandy. C'livsi's words. rr.itii a better reputation, Everybody smokes in Japan. The No Hotel in Kentucky ihadetermined that CENTRAL KENTUCKY "tied blew tin- sweet little darling!" pipes hold and it proprietor a littlo wad of line cut tobacshall be maintained said she. "1 know shall love her." rlrst aw Kitty (.'live she co as bignsitou. It isflrud. tnd the Itut when she uttered an CT'ianiation of delight and smoker takes one long whiiT. blowing He has recently a' led lu lt appointments in the , 6iuoke .... a cloud . from his mouth surprise. . ... ami 1100. iiic mines imo pipes witu "Oh. my darling, my darling!" erbsl FAST LINE UKTWEEN she; "is it you? Thank Heaven for that! longer stems than the men, and if one For ever since saw you. and felt your of theui wishes to show a gentleman a A First-Clas- s LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. Livery Stable hand, .so tender and gentle. In mine, on speolnl iiimk of favor she lights her pip", takes half a uiilll', hands it to him To accommoda'e the detrands of Ins increased SCIIKDll.K IN KKFF.CT NOV I7.it, that day, I've been hoping tho street-ca- r transient patronage. Ht Turnouts furnished " No t. No. 4. Commercial Traveler and oilier praying that my sou's wife might ho and Ids hitu finish out tlwj whiff and N0 South- Hound. K" S' " like yon! So you are w be mv daughter-in-laF. Sun. Uaily MEN YOU HEAR OF. after all!" 10 1 n1 I I.vr Cincinnati n u i ir tint. "And you." said Kitty, laughing I.ve CasHimtou..., 8 it a ml t 00 p iiij sj l m Mr. (Jlailstonu kcopssix private secreI.ve r 9 41 a nt 9 17 p ,, 4 m p m through her tears, "are to be mv mother-in-law- taries at work. Arr I'ari p ra' 5 40 p m ti i a mini LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. u 00 p miojc pm Arr Living 101. m Lord Napier, who died of tho gripiK) And (ieorge Sibley frankly aoknoal-edgcI.ve Parts... In 10 a in .. II p in Arr Wicli-tt- . In 5 p in linipin that Kitty was wiaer than he was. recently, was a distinguished soldier. Itichmus..!. ..'." 7 3 V m Iow Wallace is very fond of good fic- THE LARGEST AND FINEST Arr Lancaster. 4i t P m l'crry Randolph, in X. Y. Ledger. ....,. p m Arr H . Arr Stanford. tion. His favorito novel is "Ivanhoc." HOTEL IN THE CITY. I.ve Richmond 5 P in ...T... I)i'triit'tvi. Work el ltai'ii.ii'.'iw. .1 The legacies bequeathed to tho jopo Arr llerea U authorAll of.lc.er in the navy-yat- d w !"" Arr Llvinitton.. during tho pa&t year amount to $300,000. ..... i ity for the statement that, itnlevs soino Postmastor Oonoral Waiuunnker was RATES $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORDNo. j. No t. paint can bt fouml whhii is prool onco proprietor and editor of a newsN'a ING TO ROOMS. against laiiiiaiies. It may be iH'cestvry paper. I.ve Livingatun... 8 co a to sheath the I'nited Suites steel vessels I.ve llerea. 10 25 a D'Albcrt. tho pianist, is a strict vege- TURKISH Arr Richmond 11 4$ a with an alloy of epppi An attempt RUSSIAN 1IATIIS IN HOTEL I.ve Stanford ., .. 7 00 a m has been made to cover the hulls with tarian and oats an enormous iiumbor of ....MM I.ve Lancaster.... 7 il a m ..... paint and to over this apples. Arr Richmond.. .. 10 ui a m Dr. Mcfilynn says that ho would rath-o- r with an outside coat which would resist I.ve Richmond. 10 p m 6 10 a tn. R. B. Arr Winchester bo burned at the stake than retract the attack of barnacles. Somehow tho a nil too i m Arr l'an 7 40 p 7 3 a in', barnacles eat their way through tho ono word he has over uttered I.ve Lexington . 3 05 p in 7 w a m, 3 45 p m SUCCESSOR TO paint ami attach themsclvos to the hull. Lve I'ari Rev. John Jaspor, tho Richmond negro a jo p m S a in t, m Falmouth.. Thla has proved the ease with the At- preacher, has repeated his "Do Sun Do M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, I.ve Covinijton. I 11 p in 9 SJ a in 54 aii p ne IJ Arr ... 5 4 I Jos ton especially. P m 10 j5 a in 6 30 p m lanta and the Tho Movo" sermon 175 times. Arr Cincinnati J jo p in 10 45 a m 6 3! pm vast item of expense attached to tho f)n ihe.Maysville llranch, No 9, leav Perhnps tho lato Walker Hlaino'H moat 511 4TH AVENUE, Pari at drydoeklng of stel ships makes this 8 00, a m and No. 11, at s 43, p in, arriving at striking characteristic matter a not. unimportant one. The good nature. Nobody was his unfailing j ,! m, iu jj, a ni, aim fi 10, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. .. ' '" .. n ever knew him to i' Iava M.u.k U .,. . ,i3 j ui, urnrinB al. 1'aril at ....iv barnacles interfere greatly with tho ,w . 1.41C1 ..laysvine .it lose his lumjHjr. and speHl of a essel and in a cruisor speed arrives at Paris si 4 ,5. p ,,,. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish The txuf are daily except Sunday. Edison s head is unusually largo and is of prime importance. They attach No. 43 teases l.osiiiRton is 03 am; arris Stock of 0 Pari themselves; in an incredibly abort time, his forehead remarkably broad. His losnm: exGpt bunday. c to a stuel hull, and it la not long boforo head is sot on a thick nock, and the No S leave Cincinnati to I'almntiih 7 10 pm; except Sunday. their direct oan lie noted by a compari- shoulders bolow nro broad nnd strong. 1 No.7iMvosralmontlt ooam; arrnes Cincm-nason of the reading of the log. Iloston (layarro. tho lato Spanish tenor, loft am; excent Sundav 7 Train Nolea No. iriitu daily butween Leaine-toAdvertiser. 4.000.000 francs. His funeral nt Madrid and Cincinnati. No rH, dully brought the whole population to tho Cincinnati and Lexmntnn Nos a and n makn ennnections nt "sVIumi I.sii t. droit Colli." to the city ol Louisville, now open streets His futiontl car was covered Ever bronchi orpointontheN N. ,V M. V Ky Wlnchentet including the (Story in six chapters.) with flowers. 'An,'0,r,:F-Tra- ,n' ,.. of '"bne ...., T."?'" ".'." arrive 11 Chaptor 1 Hrat lettor: Doar Miss " " umnn iMtscncer Tho lato John Goldoric Ulmicbet was KNOX & JOHH B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS Station Cinclnn-i- i. m.ktng H Tonka. ail point North, Fast and West. connection, collector of customs at Quebec and And also my own importation of Kngtith Hat Chapter ii Second lottor: Doar ThrotiKh ticket ami baRe checked to anv of tho Canadian parliament, and Caps. An elegant line of Canes and Lyon' destination ritached by a railroad. frlond." lie was nt ono time the president of tho Celebrated Umbrella alwayt on hand. Fine Chapter 8 Third lottor: "Darling." Lewis and Kcnnobec railway K, II. IIACO.N, S. F, MfjRSI. Chapter 4 Fourth "Mi33 lottor: SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, Jinks." Tho advance sale of I'atti tickets in Gloves and other Furs, a specialty. Order Chapter 5 Fifth letter: "Madam." It. U,. UN llN(,lf)N.Oriernl lannitor San Francisco amounted to S;)3,000. Sin.. . of city olieitsd, perfect aatltfactlor guaranPPiTPtl Chaptor 0 Uroaoh of promiso suit. Chamber of C.m..i,.rl.e Hiuldmu, teed. Don't lad to order n NOHHY HAT. 3Jyi gle fipritfl fold for $7 each. Lawrence Amorican. Cincinnati, O rt-r- "Ills Kitty, with a htigo lump ln?hor throat. own mother!" fuT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. FOB. S AX-3- I Wrick Houhc and Lot, C 1 .Fsirm For SalQ. pocket-handkerchi- ef J. T. STJTTOIT 1 CO., I I mm first-cla- m m I ss 111 ;;-t- f. t work-tabl- e. J.H.HILTOIT Qtiees-ware, mother-in-law.- of Attention, Coal IJtirners. I 1 upm-arie- ben-olltc- d "i ,V1 I 11 1 1 , $&& 1 Ey. . . Haute ! '1 .' ii A , si 1 Washington, Baltimore 1 n. BREVITIES THE RILEY II . ' .1 11 1 I I i'1 JI NEWCOMB welt-kns- HOTEL. . . ; . ST? I ,! 1 I n w WOQD WALLACE, to" Men's Outfitter 1 r' 4 i I4ouisville, Kentucky. - bo-om!- - n. 1 i 1 " 1 l. J . farm-hous- e THE MYERS HOUSE Kentucky Central R.R. M - i f 1 ... I'ool and BilUnrclfParlors I - w. I THE GALT HOUSE, u !" alm..-iu.- ... . sl yt . ' . 1 . . "1 Nortli-lloutu- l. nntl-eoiros- ie GEOGEGHAN, 1 111 . if . . ........, ,.. d HAT world-renowned um:.-irri- iS) tt n " uW P U r er 11 out-aid- e m .1 ' -- v