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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890021401 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, CRABORCHAnO. -- Mr. P. II. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY MATRIMONIAL 14, 1890. ' NO. 105 Arthur Wallace has presented a hill tiftur a twoj wekn ronllneinciit tu his loom, is able to make oontz playing a felony. .Indue Vuuent Hnreing and others1 to ho behind the counter ugiiin. of rock and gravel are are endeavoring to net a charter for the A few loads badly needed to till up the "sinks be- - j l'ineville Mreet Cnr Company. The bill to amend the loea1 option twoon tho depot nnd town. Attention, law, presented by .Mr. Warren, has been yt road bosses." jltwt Mary Curtin guvusn candy par- - nui(e the special order for the liltli. Mr. Warren has been appointed on ty at her country home Monday night, was attended by sovenl of the the eommittue to investigate lawlessness which , belles and beaux from town. They io-- in Harlan and Perry counties in pluco of i Mr. Settle declined. port lots of fun and "tally."' O. pr- -j Jlr. Wairen introduced his bill to All the young men in the C Hint who love their homes, nntther, confer pnlire powers upon railroad than j ductore w liil in the diwlmrge of their and reputations tlioy do their bottles and dlniijoluiB. are j dittif. Tin town of Umivi.'lv lute hml nil oamestlv roqueatiHl to meat W. A. 1'tooksnnd .1. ij. ISduilston at the post- - the amendment In relation to Its char-olllc- e boforo 11 o'clock .Sitnnlny inorning, tur reduced into on mid given a new l.')th, with their votes in their pock-- 1 Hmrter. Kib. A WiiicliMtrud a lxiimtoii par- ttg. Prof. James A. Tut appeared iiert ty am warring over which shall lmvothe t? tho latter are its narrow and dirty sheets in the business portion of the city; tho dampness of the mornings that is thick enough seemingly to be cut; tho swarms ol mos(piitoes that make it necessary to sleep under a bar every night in the year; the admixture of people of almost evorv nationality under the sun; the dan-- , ger of being washed from the faue of the mirth some of these line mornings by the breaking of the levees along tho Mississippi, the water being at present from s to 10 fuel above the level of the city. )n the other hand, tho climate is very mild in winter and not very unpleasant in summer; fresli vegetables aro in the Tiuwday night to an overcrowd! ' Until Wc- market nearlv tho vear round: fish and lll'iii.iuwiri tkitli mid delivered one o( the tinest temper- - j hitaiiieaa. oysters nre as plent if ul as thev can be ,,,' Mr. tiorogo K. Alford, son of tholate' a hill has jmseed to change thespell-to- . anew lecturus tliul we have ever listened . be very lively ... . ,ir i , mm ijiiaiuuss i iu r. The tcetotler. tho niodortitt tlntiu-- 1 nK of Daviess county so that the o comes iteorgu si mium, ami u ciover young Some of the residential streets are exroprobMt, before the I. The wherefore of such a gentleman, obtained license Tuesday to drinker and the quisite, among them the St. Charles, the marry Miss Jennie Itihh, women and children all sat spoil bound prntweding does not appimr. Ksplanndo, Rampart and Upper A hill is lxfore the House to fix the of Col. K. P. Hibb, a very pretty and atfor an hour and a half, while ho showed are very wide, having a drive of ceiemonv to thorn in Ids clear, eloquent and I in- weight of n bushel of corn in the ear at tractive .maiden of . 17.... The .. . , gwni wniiii on emier siue, iwo rows oi jtrosBiw maimer the evils of the saloon iy in pUoe of 70 Uw The former llgure trees in the middle, the space between . i . w the legdoiiw in Indiana. . 11111 till; inill tystMu. II llll Ill II ihiiii it" nil i ttlkl.ll tl... lull. ,.ruhi.nnil which is nicelv set m grass, St. Cliarle H , , Mr. . arren wants the people of the lir.iti. 'iiivi'i n in 111. , ., Wo iiisj delighted to hear tliat p.., I'llliiil, tn i. inui i i,ii iiiiiii ....i iniiiiin. 4.tiu ivnitll-llllSam Purdolte is again astrido the intito-- Suto protected from over ehargos and whore many friends joined and made along this are just the loveliest I ever rial triivod, and if he hut wnU-- one over weiithts by railroads ami Iihs nn- - inrry with them till a late hour. behehl. Tliey are not great big : and of Kansas and sentel n bill to provout them. Wo learned last evening that instead We have been crowded the past week. third ins buildings, large enough for hotels, My Mr. Tomlinson Injr peoide as hu did of ids bolovod To cieate a re- - of going to Danville as they led their houses of good size, of splen- .I....L-..f,n. ...:... I. ...I l l... ....... ...... in- - (niiliilM'l'lirU till) ... .. I..... ... ... u.,m... anil ,WUnl UUM r.J..n.lu In lu.li.. ,v, iUf, .....I ...... W I but .I,.,..,,.. ,.,,,1 l,.lll( l IXOUUH, nv...... tlin J.V int..- .- . llnJal,,.,! y the ho which all Mich enstw shall bo transfer- - N illinnis by appointment on the pike D1,..,i? i rarotroat in store for thoin. ,.riiu ,.i(1,i "in. .1 U Ct ntl lit niltl U'urn ftiiitlit Hfkiii- unriltil IniU IllU 'III lltlll AlHIIll til U hit II Mt M II iwul (rtf ll.n u.i.ntM.t ....,. ....... mn , tiest flowers-- all" in full bloom-a-- . .....M.u.i-- . Ill'ir '" semi nd (imnt ...v llntiu to n Ktll in LKIIIIUV lintli tPt'iirhr n ml tlio mint rnhtwr nnr- iir!lfliA rnllfM?tlHI 111 ft ,,.iu. lint viit ic n I'll! tw tl....i,.,. ....... M .....v. mmnm ..v lr.....v.iiK inti tropical plants of many varieties. Orange j afcU afcaWUWJU.AOA&.U.Lg A V MU W ah J.AUCO. einliellishtHl with the penalty for carrying concealed wen ties occupying buggies .luring the cere arranged scrap-liootrees blooming and with ripe fruit hang-an excellent portrait and biographical pons, milking it punishable by n line of iiiony. Mr. Alford is such a matter of ing from them adds to tlie beauty. AVhcn bketch of tho "Col.," of whom, to say the from .K) to t00 and imprisoiinieiit from fact young man that we hardly supposed tho sun comes out and the fog has lifted, 3 ho would be guilty of such romantic hmst, we are an enthusiastic admirer. ;to to 1H) tlavn. feel like I would rather live here than (iov. Ituckner's Hrst veto was of u methods but you can't always tell about Ijist Tuesday night Hill King, a any whet o else, but its disadvantaess young blood of equivocal reputation, bill conferring too inanv ferrv privileges these thini!. The French Market is a wonder iu itwent to tho home of widow ll.tker, who ton Floyd (Mini ty nun. It was a small' oiie-tliir- d self. It would be hard to name an arti FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. lives n short distance from town and mutter, peibaps, but it shows the vigilant cle that is not there exposed for sale. -- M. F. Klkin bought of W. M. Mur- luirly in tho morning it sounds like a The Room is Rented and we must get out. Thanking our patrons demanded of her daughter, tho wife of old soldier is watching 'em. The Committee on Charitable Insti phy a lot of butcher stall" at 2) cts. Tom Wren, who is a half brother of perfect Babel, so many different languag-- . for past favors and hoping to see them often in the next 20 days, King, some household goods, which lie tutions decided to recommend the appro- W. II. Wilson's sale of An trotters at es aro spoken. (King' claimed that she had carried priation of l,lMI.'.'o for the purjiose of Cyuthiana averaged f 15 per head We are, Respectfully, Tho French Cathedral is another interJ. B. Vandivere, 01 Mercer, sold to esting object. Tho frescoing and paintaway when her husband was taken to building additions to the Kentucky In- jail. Tlie woman refused to give him stitute for Deaf and Dumb Mutes at W. M. lackey 115 mule colts for $2,4r0. ings aro very fine indeed. In one corner any satisfaction ami a quarrel ensuing, Dauviile and also decided to increase tho The number of hogsheads of Burlcy representations of the Hill of Calvary, King pulled his pistol and tired at her. appropriation for clothing the inmates tobacco produced last 'ear was estimat- Jesus hanging on the Cross and Joseph's barely missing her head and frightening from 5200 to S,00. ed at 100,000. Now Tomb are wrought in stone and look Originators and Promoters of Low Prices, Stanford, Ky. . A bill to punish managers of shows Mayor Iv II. Burnside lost n the family terriblv. He tied, but has real. The Cathedral is comparaquite been arrested charged with shooting! for iniosing on the people by fraudu Berkshire sow Wednesday. He thinks tively new, but the adjoining courts aie v. itli intent to kill. lent advertisements, provides that any peritonitis caused her death. I between 125 and 150 years old. Monroe Leer has purchased 'A year John It. llroolvs is in town. Misa person who feels agrieved because the North of Canal street is called tlie A couple of elegant rooms on Lancaster Street, Mallard, n pretty brunette of Kockeastle, show for which ho paid did not include ling jeiineta from John K. Baughmau, of French Quarter, because the largest part suitable lor olBces, millinery orbtd.rooms. Tvyenty is tlie guest of Miss KIU May Saunders nll that was promised in the advertise-o- n Hustonville, for 5S00. Paris News. W.G. WELCH. of the population is of this race, but Pennsylvania farmers aro tupping Turks, Spring Avenue. Miss Mollie Warren ments, may have tho manager arrested In the corporate limits of Rowland. Italians nnd those of nearly all is ag.dn home after spending a fow days nnd lined from 520 to $70, or imprisoned the maple trees and making sugar two other nationalities live there. It is a , II J, DARST, Rowland. months ahead of the regular time. with her brother's family at Rowland. from 10 to 20 davs. mixed crowd, to bo sure. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and Judge Thiirmau's bawdy-housTlie first day's Kile of Brasfleld Mrs. Sarah Welch, of Xicholasville, is bill, others not to trespass on our lands without per. Weather is warm iu the sun, but cool mission, as an sucn win he prosecuted to the full. attending the bedside of her Bister, Miss entitled ".in act to prevent the keeping at Ivoxington, brought 5S horses un- in the shade. Vegetation is as far ad! est extent of tho law. Signed: Mrs. Sarah Hradley, of of s average of $282. Cynthia Carson. in tho Commonwealth" der tho hammer at an T. J. HILL, GKO. D. HOPPER. vanced as it generally is in Kentucky iu J.M McROREIlTS.JR. M. S. 11AUGHMAN', Good cattle are firm in Cincinnati at May. Peas aro blooming, beans and poKean. came over last week to visit her should read "an act to license suoli hous ROUT McALISTKR. I.E BRUCE Fifty Hollars for informaa Reward S. H. SHANKS, S H. DAUGHMA.V. brother. Mr Kd Jones. Itov. J. U. l.iv- - es in this Commonwealth." Under this ! to IJ, other grades run as low as 1 J cts.; tatoes are S or 10 inches high and corn is I Mill pay conviction of any unauthorucd pron of tion on JMKS. IIU.NKV IIAUUH.MAN. A M r ELAND hogs are slow at :IJ to 1); sheep tiud rea up. ingston went to l'ineville Saturday night misleading title is hidden tliocloven-foo- t E.T. PENCE. JOHN W HOLMES, P C. PARRISH. Found Cutting Timber or Dam- A j HAYDEN. anddehveied one of his best sermons 0 u.t.s for city court olllcials. If dy sale at .'1 to .r4. D. V. HOLMES. Dr. P. W LOGAN. To go back a little, Georgia is the best aging any Improvements PHIL11ERT RICHARDS The Advocate reports that (J. A. State thro' which I have yet passed. SaJOSH ADAMS there Saturday to a good congregation of passed, the bill could be of no possible W GAINES J II. McKINNKY. On the follow me property capitalists and boomers. Mr. Frank j ut.,.it to any one save those who have Swinebroad bought in Tennessee 200 vannah is one of the moht thriving of Mrs. SAMFORI) IRWIN, JOHN G. LYNN, 1 LIC 1 Mrs KER JOS. I1ALLOIT. Wallin, who has been drumming i" gotten it up Louisville 1'ost. ewes at S!l and that W. L. Caldwell o Southern cities, being a pleasant place Ihe farm at Highland known as W A Cash's , Ilatin Heirs', Tim Hutclmon s, George Hoosierdum for tho past year or so, is, Sou sold a jack for $5.r0. H. P ouns, I S Young's 11 ncre pl.icv.w . 1 to live as well as to do business. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Wm Long's hero on a visit to Ids father and mother. Iu ISSll, 7.SU trotters, accoiding to Dupont, Valdosta andThoinasville (iap W. llutchiwn's 40 acre farm, Cox At trunk hceuis to urow haiidsoiuor and Klder Milton Klliott will pieach at the latest revised count, entered the 2::!0 are booming towns. Tho growing of Freeman nd R. U llarren'i. timber tracts on Muck Creek, 307 aires, John urnbull's, 517 acres, John handsomer. Mr. ami Mrs. McDougtd, Crab Orchard Sunday, tilth, at 11 a. m., list." A 'J:."0 horse is pretty common acres, II. pears is getting to ha an important in- ltuchanan's, joa aires, M.J. Harm', 90 14 acres. d Powi'ts', loit.acres John Audition, who have been at the Harris House pioporty in these days. and 7 i i. Georgia. I saw all Wash Harris' $aj acres. Freeman's, 800 aires, W.Y). Brock bought of II. II. Col- - dustry in Southern 7 weeks, leftVaturday for Kuo.wille. Hev. T. J. (Jodhev will Drench at along the road largo, orchards. The trees KobliiMU Mill tract. I Tohin'sA. farm. Ilrvan Couch lann, Kidd'sfatw, Joel Poltey's farm. McKendiee next Sunday morning ami yer, of Madison, ISO Tennessee wethers are in fine condition and tome are in full W Collins farm, on l.Ude Ridite, oooacn-s- . Hen J tint Wanamakef, who bought n cabi- night. 4jj nt$l to$i."0. Mr. Colyer has handled bloom. Fiom Ponsaeola to New Oilcans rv MHIr', o acres,s Henry .Miller's tdmntim . , acres, D. 11. net olhco by contributing to a corrupt. Cottage near depot at Crab fAHES Hev. I.S. McKlroy, of Mt. Sterling, about 7,000 sheep this reason. of tract, Strod the railroad track for about a fouith ion fund, advortisea the crankiness which closed a meeting Orchard, Hotel, Cottage andStorehouse at sale At llruslield's Wednesday at Augusta PresbyteriJ oni.Mll.lMr-Kbridges. Country is wy&&sX$t$Zm the distance is on he imagines to be piety by giving a din- an church Agent for Owners eight horses belonging to the estate of low ami erv swampy. loa.om with 20 additions. ner without wine in honor of a president . T. It. Wai.to.n-The mother of Kev. John Aug. Wil tho late Col. Goodloe brought $27,ST0, who goes from inoriiiugpiuyerHto break-in- linms, of Daughters m?mi -College, ufl'eotionate-l- Jay, by George Wilkes bringing $5,100. MOUNTAIN nni" '2S. ' ". bis pledges, appointing rogues to Cincinnati hns lulopti'tl riiilroruistnn J. F. it B. G. Cover bought in Garknown as "Aunt Lou" died this week anil shielding from punishment rasrard and the Kast Knd of this county IS (lard time at last. ut an advanced age. Twenty miles the Shortest t cals whose crimes wore committed in beTho fiiiul bi'inn raised to orirt a cattle at 2 to 2) cents; 2 and Co.3 Kev. Crow's meeting at tho 11th half of the party of "great moral Idoiis." a pair of aged mules for SHOO and a com- monument to the creat HainHtoiiian power to chant thy street Methodist church, Covington, re' Oh.fora has roarhoii $1,"00 anil will be inm-aset 00 confessions and 2o additions. bined gelding for$l."0. sulted in MaVing dnecti'iunei lions in Central Union Ofipttal Stock Full Paid. $2,000,000. pndse, Hypocrisy! Now York World. for Hugh Colyer sold 10 mules to Tenn- to?J.r00. Ho is now holding a meeting at Millers-burg- . The Ilarrodshurji Democrat H.iysthat tonie office- 17 Fifth street. Louisville, Ky St. Louis, Muhigan Pcints, Chicago. essee pai ties at $75 and bought :i jacks Lives of poor men oft remind us honest lluffalo, llranch Olhcc, l'ineulle Hotel, I'meulle, Cle eland, Detroit, from Kentucky parties for $2,100. Geo. Dr. Deilman shipped U.'IOO dozen epjis to Iiuliinapolis and the West, The meeting which began at the toil don't stand a chance, more wo work owns over 10,000 acres 01 tlie nn. dozNew England, Canada, This Company S. Williams sold 70 hogs averaging near N'eu- York Thursday, niakiiij.' 15,000 l I117 . wo leave behind us bigger patches on Georgetown Christian church after Klder iiiiwv. ....1 cut i(i.u. run unu r..l...l.Miu- - ,j ... iinmnittate ,y arom;d pinewlle now and Sweeney's lectures there, resulted in 17 200 pounds at :! cents. Richmond Cli- en that ho has shipped in a lew weeks. Yorlc, our pants. On our pants once max. The wile of the Mattincly distillery glossy now aro patches of ditToreiit hue; additions to the church. l'aris Sold on Liberal Terms. Waslitst"i. Brastlold sale Tuesday reali.t d plant, consisting of the distillery build-inllaltimore, ,1'inlail.lpliia, Tho Ouicleot time to Harrodsburg, 1'rankfort, Ky all because subscribers linger and won't ' an average of $1,100 for 00 head of horsLocation for Manufacturing Plants of desinble Shortest and warehouses, machinery, cattle-peiiRiihinond, VIRGINIA. The Southern Baptists will moot iu es. K. G. Evans, of Danville, bought kinds furnished on liberal term. pay up what is duo. Then let nll bo up Juiciest line to sheds niul 23 acres of land, near Louisand doing; send in your mito bo it so convention at Fort Worth, Texas, May several good ones at from $710 to $l,:!c0. ville, realized $123,100. It was bought First Coke made in Southwestern uuiall, or when tho siiowb of winter strike 0th. The tlvo Baptist societies iu tho Commander and Fleeted, each by Kentucky by tho creditors. Tho original cost was p United States will meet in Chicago tho us wo shall have no panta at all. Solid Trains, bajncs cars, smoking cars and brought $5,000 apiece. 500,000. Wa made by this Compan) coaches, Pullman lloudoir Sleepers through withlatter part of May. Appeal. horse season is upon us again I'lie . M r out change ia Chatt.111.oiM, Uirmingham, Merid. Jacob It. Slater, his wife and four Hev. J. W. Fiteh, of tho Methodist and horsemen will hear in mind that 1 1 q. ian maVInp- direct connections en toulc for frequent headaches, diz.i-ncs- s the; children were drowned in the lake at If you havo the Ashcsille, LymhburKand points church, and Klder Fisher, of tho Chris- iNTKitioit Joi'K.s-Ai-. ollico is admirably iijnnewater, X. Y. Tho children were and fainting spoils, accompanied by tian church, havo arranged for a debate equipped for doin any work they may c1,,.i;.m nn thin vvhii'li brnkn nnd The first Coke Plant in Southeastern Kentucky u chill, cramps, corns, bunions, chilblains, ' rinville. sign that at Union Church, Montgomery county, wish in its lino. Bills, cards and adver- precipitated them into the water. Their epilepsy and jaundice, it is a At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming I50. PnltB tliou s cm nr cent fixed car ton, Charleston, Augusta, beginning June They had much tisements furnished at tho lowest rates. ....1..... ,.f tin. Macon. Savannah, you aro not well, but aro liable to dio at mother inshed on the ice to save them per cent. ah and les than half llrunswicl., Lake Cit rhouiassille and KLOIU-Dlion !ess than i your subscriptions a better each hold a protracted meeting. J. K. Fnrris has sold his saddle stal- and the husband followed, all perishing of one per cent sulpnur. puint iinv minute. Liv Kev. J. M. Bruce is holding a pro- lion, Uold KiiiK, full brother to Silver The only line runninir solid trains with choic.i beneath the ice before assistance could year in advance nnd thus niako yourself Pullman Uoudoir or Palace Steoping Curs tti Jaik tracted meeting at Heoch (irove, says a King, anil tho finest in be rendered. Thus was wiped out the Iron Ores of Exceptional Purity wmsille without cnange lor any class of passen. bolid for x good obituary notice. gers or baggae. Glasgow Times correspondent, which has and Timber of all kinds this section, to D.iyis & Hartley, of Ful entire family. Y.) Breeze. Seloia niul Montfoiiiery, Huntsville. Htcutiir, had several additions and'adds: "Kid. imi Wet. fnr Sl.ftOl) flnlil lC!m wimt Kloreuie, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Dick Ha wis, who is to swing at Arc found on the lands of lhi Comnanv The Shortest and 41m test tu Annislon Solum, MoFangle "What do you think of this nrticohiia grmitly endeared himself to Hirnil,,,in... tlin fll?r ,.:..:, nR rivn.v,,lir. Uirmingham on tho 28th, has mndo a Company will begin selling lots 011 the first day bile Direct lonneitions made at NKW OR'Toll your tho people and will long occupy u warm LEANS without omnibus transfer for C.ilvctsn, of February next. piece of newspaper advice: old and was never beaten and was the Houston, uktiti. He says that his wife had place in their nfl'ections." OFFICLKS AND PIRLC'lORSi viifo every day that you lovo her?" winner of three sweepstakes out of five. agreed to take Urn children and leave, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Cninso "I don't think tho papers Gold King's dam is 0110 of the bust show and as tho time for his marriage to Miss A Lady In South Carolina Writes: James S. Kay, rresiuent; anu ... t,A 's. t ..,.! fr rcre rv i .l ircHuiiia i!!..... - .., nC. only V. .lutiKf lying." II. x u 'IK u imi .. iii im i. My labor was shorter and less painful than on mares in this part of Kentucky. l" ought to encourage She Story approached nnd hllO (lid llOt leave, J,ntof the Uuls die TV Safety aulinnU IrustLo., s Shrweport La.,inakindlrH.coHertiiin two former occasions: physiciaqs astonished: 111.. Ico W -- rth. f Chic-g- o. wlhout onll,ib. trans'er L r D illa you for "Mother a r riend " It it wunh its with her colts has taken numbers of I... (lilt IlOt kllOW WliattOUO. Wv- - ' JoUn '.' .9,rko"' of the L, N A..VC R R, thank .JOlin Acn Manager weight in cold. Addreos Tlie Uradlichl Hog. Co., o( the AuIllB S, ARtOHUi, j;i Pa and poln' K A.Hull. Danbury. Coun , Ptwident premiums both as best maro and colts lin nnnroaallHll ililll lllld ofTered iu rid Sold by A. R PenAtliintA, (ia., for particulars. Trade and luanufaciurerof bardwur... Ac and ut Ktrksville with Uilt Kdge and liiiii of them for $00, which was agreed ' j w sun. Pre.dnt R.. N l.& n u R ft: TEXAS, AnlZONA.MEXICO.lAHPUitillA. . J1 r,ie LolV.ll.kir,VcS Ifyoitiir any of jour family should happen to be Tilvor King as best herd with si con- upon. A fow days later Wylio told him ,,I.f,," ' fnghitully burned or scalded, what havo you in .Hteci.raadcWAt.er. Ho is a decendunt of tho old that they would bother him no moro. to .ctl.t enormous the house to alleviate the pain until you can i;ct a testants. hLtare urown on ihe market, physician f A box of ileggs' German Salve at r.ico hnrso, Denmark, owned He paid tho Tv.V.AvU.UO.Ky went to Columbus and j ne0nis'l!onK Pre.iden.of Denp? l.roliu. A K. Fenny, lru2KiU hand in times like this would save a world ot suf- by J. 13. Fnrris' r tint! a flue Wv- -" v. e'ipAtMr;v f8r ,he City of Loms- fering and oftentimes a doctor bill, as it has no of this" ' was married. On tho strength Marshal Burchett -T- howlfoof U.S. imasesof this kind, as well as njllainni&tion strain of saddle stock blood runs iu his Mile Ii:li been arrested. Wylio or all kinds. A. R Penny, Drufgist. veins. died at Louisa, after a long illnesa. lttr botli. The long anil short of it is exempli-tiein the inarriotre at Scranton, Pa., of James (tilbert. K feet tall, to .Miss Williams, only I feet. Wyoming is going to tax every unmarried man of Xi years $!J.."0 to raise a fund to support tho old maidf, who were always ready and willing to enter the matrimonial state. The niHiriage of JIUs Florence Slaughter to Mr. .Samuel J. Hailan which occurred at the Danville U.tptist church Tuesday night, was a very swell all'uir. Mrs. M. J. Durham arranged the beauti house charter to ran the Midiiloboro btroot uir ful programme and it was carried out d ! titll-b(- The Crescent City, New Orlkans, La., Feb.fi, 'DO. Now Jersey's Apsombly has passed a! Dkaii Ixtkp.ioh: New Orleans is a Mil making two years nbsence a nuiH' wonderful city. There is nothing like it for divorce. ; ...... ilui !'..:. -..I uii.. t. :., "ure u. ' -J- ohn Hichmer. aged i:i voars, and wc.e,0,,Um V"11,1 ' "',', 'r"ci!"'0 ,,ven; ' Jon. l Miss KIMe Westlev, aged 11) rears, or not. It has its last week married in North' Carolina, kl.,ow " Among t advantages and disadvantages. ...i.i. .i... tun uiiauiii uit .i hit; imii'iiin ui niiii him i i MATTERS. '"" " f..n.. MUST BE ; VACATED MAR CM 1ST, Just Three More Weeks j ! , ... nci-iu- a red-noho- d , grand-daughte- r BidFarewelltoStanford ime While the Stock is Unbroken. Canal-Thes- -, j ,,'..,., '. .,,,,,, I III.-I1-J t I 1 i' s ' onte.-taininn- lv i li.l I I 1 I , V" T," ....... " ".. - I 1 M ... ,. if.-l- Overcoats, Cloaks and Shawls 1 j 1 iry Goods, Staple as Gold, at More ! -, t,css than tost for Weeks. Roots and Shoes, Hats and Caps for Everybody at Less than Wholesale Prices. ' , 1 j S. L. POWERS & CO., For Sale FOR RENT. 450-lb- Building Lots 73-- tf POSTED. ., e bawdy-house- $50 HEW1RD . bj.r 11 1 C llaui-h's- Way-cros- s, .i. 1 suv-i-ri- mi&m .lnst " AmtmnmW acr-biep- kuo llun-h'i- Hou-e- Otten-hci- m. . g dr SwWaSMVW W nrinif of-li- y PINE J d Iron and Goal "" ..-..1 (0JC!WCimATJtQ de-lo- ," - I 1 Ken-tuckia- u. g ;, Lots New Boston, p, I Khic-tioneo- r, OT1W :(DMILIi;Al9 - Hozo-nia- .t Pine vi 111 Knox-vill- 111 """"f ii-- C&M(DK.raAS? 1 A Dans-villei- N. three-year-ol- d ... confes-sion- . 1 ? m- I 1 '""' I . .i. 1 11 1 1 K- -tl ' - four-mil- e 0, "ihM.v. tsw i. f'STrriR grand-fathe- I.aCo Z35h' i..i.t. , y m . Florenco Duncan, an inmato of Tiik peveral papers who were tickled advertis- Minnie. Fielder's mason do joie, at Louby a notice frtu the skinflint stovo and was ing firm of George 1'. Howell fe Co., that isville, fell on a red-hthey nro the best advertising mediums roasted to death. There was an alarm of tiro at the Stanford, Ky., Fkuruahy 34, 1800 in the Suite, have had their feathers somewhat cut bv the Frankfort Capital, Richmond, Va., theatre Wednesday which takes almost as little stock in How- night, but Miss Kmma Abbott continued F ell it Co. as we do. In tho list of prefer- to sing and thus restored confidence. Tho Duke of Orleans was sentenced red papers is tho name of tho Frankfort Herald, which precariously existed for a to two years' imprisonment for violating DEMOCRATIC TICKET. An few weeks and then turned its littlo toes the law q( his exile from brance. for County Jud.?, THOMAS W VAKNON to tho daisies many moons ago. There appeal will be taken from the sentence County Attorney, JOSEPH B. 1'AXTON; nro some good papers in the list men- of the court. " County Clerk, GKORGU R COOl'LK. Finley and Willson are at war over tioned, but wo are satisfied that Howell Goes " Sheriff, J.N MENEFEE; & Co. were induced to specify them more the Census Supervisor of this district. " Jailer, SAMUEL XI OWT.NS, of Adair, and because they are ablo to "work" them The former wants Neat, " Assessor, E. D. KENNEDY; ' Sup't of Common School, V F. than becnuso they have such a tine opin- the latter Capt. Heatty, with the proba" Surreyor, HARRY A EVANS; ion of their merits. The Richmond Cli- bility that a dark horse will win the I " Coroner, ARCH CAUSON. max says that the very fact that the list race. The committee on resolutions of the doesn't include tno Climax, the Stanford The republicans of Ohio are much Joi'ux.M., HnrrodsbiirK Democrat, Paris Iowa Assembly presented a repoit dehtirred up over the prospect that Un- News, Georgetown Times and a dozen nouncing Vnited States Senator Win. B. Goods, the other papers recognized among the best Allison ns a monopolist and demanding democratic legislature will of--' been before. State and do awiy with the most unscru- - m tne state j8 prottv ,00(i evidence that his defeat for by the legislapuious gerrymander ever iniurieu uu a there is a "wheel within a wheel." ture. jVolice people. Under its operations the demo25c, The Virginia legislature passed with, all-wo- ol The appointment of a negro woman to out a dissenting vote the bill authorizing crats who cast I.OO.iDo votes in l&SS only Luelected five Congressmen, the republi to be pressman's assistant has created a J. C. Ashbury, a colored attorney, to Vests Vests c, cans with but 410,004 votes elected 10. row and a rumpus in the government erect a hotel for the accommodation of wool Vests which will printing ollice. Tho man with whom his race on the government lands, at Old A bill him been prepared change the order of things by ghing the she was assigned to work resigned, but Point. democrats 15 out of the '1 Congressmen. the public printer refused to accept it A Rritish steamer reaching PhiladelTo nrnrent this Conerefis has been ap and discharged him instead. Another phia reports passing an iceburg 700 feet be pealed to, Representative Wickham hav- nnn feigned sickness in order to keep high and one mile long. She would have from working with her, but he was noti- made monov if she had have towed it prohibit the ing introduced a bill to of Ohio. It is said that the fied to report for duty by a certain time, into port. Ice is going to bo ico next to xfnr.h. arrangement will leave McKinley or Utke tho alternative. The union will summer. new cub two. out in the cold, which will not be regret- Uiko cognizance of the matter and a live Tho Rev. John B. Reese, of Girard, zn we All tho govern- Ala., a saintly old wretch, has skipped men, since the part ly time is expected. ted by 7 l an ttt-t- l ntW Trt.TmlTf! T.n Till ,,.VVvwu ., yiw ivivivy ,ZV.. J...1 republicans, it for parts unknown. It has been discovhe took in support of Reed's tyranical ment printers now are toiurti may be well to Btate. The democrats ered that for 11 years past ho has b'cn rulings. have been llred long ago. guilty of criminal intimacy with his own Gen. Watt Hardin has addressed a daughter. AxmtKW Cakxkoie, who has grown to letter to the people of Kentucky, which A boy named Keller shot another is published in Wednesday's Courier-Journa- be one of the richest men in the country named Givens accidentally at Lexington, in defense of his respeuse to under the operations of a protective turifl', the ball passing through his abdomen Lingley's resolution directing him to has given 81,000,000 to found free libra, and cutting six intestines. The doctors Ho disclaims ries in Pittsburg. As the income of this make certain reports. him open, patched him up and ho is any intention to oiler an aflront to cunning Scotchman is over $1,500 a cut in a fair way to recover. the legislature which had not adopted day, thanks to his republican brethren, As wo expected, the republican ma- few davH since by flying over him ringthe resolution in both branches of it, as he can afford to be generous. jority of the House Committee on Elec- ing its bell. The man loft his team in was necessary to make It operative and It is given out on good authority that tions, by aMrict party vote, has recom- the road and ran for home, thiukiig it siys he only acted after the animus of Maj. II. S. Hale, president of the Ffrst mended" the unseating of the democrat was old Kick after him, for prevaricating Luigley was shown in a motion to apNational Bank of Maylield, will be ap in tho contested casts of Atkinson against propensity. point a committee to make him respond. Huekner to succeed Pendleton from the First West Virginia Charley Davis had the end of his He well knew Lingley's object so he pointed by Gov. Treasurer Sharp. He is a fine business district. thumb ground off in a cider mill Wed g.ive him an unexpected dode and is There are 13 distilleries in operation nesday. Mrs. M. C. Williams accompaglad of it. The letter is in very vigorous man and "lit" with the general in the in Anderson county. They are using nied Miss Nannie Kennedy to Crab Or war. go language and ought to iiinxe ' 4,."00 bushels of corn daily, which would chard Sunday. The popular W. A. into his hole and stay there till he knows Resioxatioxs seem to be in order at make, counting ilj gallons to tho bushel, ly was up from London Wednesday. better than to use his official prerogative Frankfort. Thomas J. Henry, tho nom- a low estimate, 17,000 gallons, or .'573 barProf. W E. Shaw has secured tho to vent his private spleen. inal Clerk of the Court of Appeals, has rels of whisky per day, and 4 12,000 gal- services of Prof. Liming, of Brown counup tho sponge and the real lons or 0,730 barrels per month. ty, Ohio, to assist in his school at this At the instance of the Kentucky Press thrown clerk, Thomas G. Poore, has been apWithin three days after an observa- place. The professor is making an ef Association, Hon. G. R. Keller has pre court to fill the vacancy. tion in a Paris, France, paper appeared fort for a school building ami the prospared and .Representative Triplett has pointed by tho those addicted to al- pect is much better than when the col- introduced a legal advertising bill, which short-pant- s may do to tho eflect that Tins from the Courier-Journa- l long-pant- s ii so carefully guarded as to admit of no to tell to tho marines: "There are inti cohol were not liable to influenza, no less lege question was being agitated somu wero arrested in the time since. objection that we can see, except from the mations from Frankfort that tho present than 15,000 people The new Pine Hill Coal Company is publisher, whose rates are much more legislature will distinguisU itself by ad city for drunkenness; 1,'J0' of them said they were trying to keep off la grippe. still making extens've preparations for than those proposed, an is in our case. jourr.ing at the expiratiou nf the consti Mr. Cleveland, in his veto message mining coal. Loads of costly machinery The law, while it will add something to tutional limit of 00 days. of tho direct tax, declared that "a sheer, are being received and placed. They the gross receipts of a newspaper, is not alone for its benefit. Those whose propIt is stated that Nellie lily, tho young bald gratuity, bestowed either upon will bo ready for shipping within IK) Yc a. erty is to be sold by order of court will woman who beat the record in going States or individuals, based upon no days. Tho company is Btrongly backed mereasons than supports the gift financially. One of the stockholders is realize more than any ono else by greater around the world, is shortly to luarry better publicity being given to the sales, which Editor James S. Metcalfe, of Life. If proposed in this bill, has never been worth more than a million dollars. are now practically made without notice, Nellie is half as ugly as the cuts make claimed to be a provision for tho genera' JAS O 01 YENS. WM.AYKF.S welfare." So far as we are concerned, it is immate- her we pitty poor James. Prof. L. H. Hast, an old and rial whether the law passes or not, but & GIVENS, Gov. McCrkwiy made an able speech musician of Louisville, weut into it should be enacted in simple justice to Attorneys at Law, acainst tho majority report of tho Com tho store of John Burk, dealer in razors, the interests involved. mittee on Rules, Wednesday, which was and buying one cut his own throat. Af- 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. We have read of accouchementa on highly complimented by everybody, in- ter inflicting tho gash ho staggered ! Shrese tluildu 5 trains, in sleeping care, in wagons and cluding Mr. Watterson, who was on the around scattering blood all over the store ioi-- r other odd places, but a New York woman floor. and finally fell dead. He is thought to KKANK MAHIMON JAS. (5. GIVENS. is the first to take a crowded opera house have been insane. NEWS CONDENSED for the business. Such an event occurThe Sioux Indian Reservation of HffllHOH. GlYEKS red a few nights since, during the renfl.000,000 acres of Dakota land has been King William fell in a race at ClifESTATE, REAL dition of the heavy opera "Gotterdam-merung,- " thrown open to the settlers under the ton, N. Y., and died in a few minutes. - brought on perhaps by the efaddi... f'.ATl icnc nrvt mi ir.. ' Abraham Lincoln would have been homestead law, which requires in lU.d-ch;Vnti pe" box'"' """''. Ac Am ar.,.,T,;K fort to pronounco the hideous name. fees the payment of $1.'J3 an tion to tho 81 years old if ho had lived till WednesManufactured and Ur iale to the trade by the Town Loti, Coal, Iron .mil Timber Land bought or told on Commission, CorrepH.dmie acre. Land ollices are established at solicited That astute statesman and great man day. " r Chamberlain and Pierre. The land is DRUG CO., Ky. Tho Mississippi legislature has changgenerally, the .Ion. Frank Finley, has said to be very fertile. introduced a bill to pension the unmar- ed the name of Bollivar county to Jeff The Los Angeles river has changed ried sisters of soldiers of the late war. Davis. city of that name wero drowned in tho riv- :ts course below the Seven boys Capital to Build Houses to Rent. "Why not add to their sisters, their coussix miles of country A and inundated ins and their mints. To this complex- er ueai New Orleans, by tho upsetting of far eiif wit) A large number of orange, walnut, lemon an.plpermanent inse.tment t thisaolfi secutitv. Inquire ion will it come at last in their eirort to two yawls. Only one of the patty esand other orchards are. almost ruined. buy the soldier vote, to reduce the sur- caped. of Mississippi legislature appropri Growing crops in its course are coin- Tho plus and keep'up the war tatilH The toUil damage in 1 confeder-- ! Hotel y destroyed. & ated S10.000 tb the fund for tho be to ate monument now beint: elected in thatlocalitv is estimated at S7f)0,000. Tiik tariff reform democrats in tho into of KOW1.ANU, KY , A freight train ran through the open Judge ICelley's district in Pennsylvania Jackson. ,. ,in.i .,..,.,:.,:. w.i switch of a signal station at Big Bend Haio attached to their Family (Jroccrva firt cta have nominated W. M. Ayies and are . 'Pi... Kcntaurant. hih will he upjlid with . C. & 0., pushing the usually kept in that butincw. Krwh Fruit going to contest every inch of ground elections at alt Lake city uy .Mi or funnel on tho kind cniittintly on hand All station into the river and plunging in mid Can diet of all Produce taken in i)changtfor kind of Country with the republican candidate for Con- moreover the Mormons, who aio terri enit E CARKIKK, Clerk 104JU after it. The telegraph operator, the roJ. gress, with a bare possibility to electing bly disgruntled. School Books, wero carried into Ellison Mounts, who is sentenced to gineer and tho fireman him. Mr. Ayres was a candidate against ami drowned. The freight first-clas- s Indue Kelley tho last time ho ran and die in a few weeks at Pikeville for the the river murder of Miss McCoy, is feigning insan- cam were piled up all over the track. greatly reduced his majority. to do .Two important questions have reity anil will not eat or bpeak. an-lik- e Not content witn running a daily and Ten railway mail service elerks were ceived recently judicial settlement. A Lot on Main Street in Stanford, Very decided that piga weekly paper, Editor John B. Gaines j killed las year, 1).) were seriously injur- Pennsylvania court has Containing loacicn. of Bowling Green, has begun tho publi. ed, 40 wore slightly injured. Tho record eons aro animals under the law, and the 61 Land, Acres Supreme Court of tho United States has cation of a monthly paper, called the of casualties was'tho worst in 15 years. (Jn Crab Orchard pile. decreed that beans aro vegetables. Tho a .Stockman and Farmer, the first number Gov. Tavlor has called an extra ses- of which gives evidence of becoming Lion of Tennessee gislaturo to convene circuit court of a N. Y. district had decid Columbus Bugffy, nearly new, and fi ii 1 I ' It ri. f I I' V both profitable to the founder and of! Fob. 1 I. The principal subjects are con- - ed that beans weie field seeds and liable sovoral Chairs 2 Rockora. great advantage to tho live stock inter- - (lifting election laws and double taxa- to duty. If the land m not fold it will be for rent. Kor further information .tpply to W. 1". or E. C. Wal cats. tion. T. K. WALTON. ton, Stanfoid. FTOD3F MT. YERM0N, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. C. P. Huntington has publicly anThe Supreme Court in Iowa has de- nounced his intcntion'to build importDavid Henderson is rejoicing over cided that the possession of government ant extensions of the Ohio and Big San- the advent of a lOUpound boy. NOTICE OF ELECTION. license to sell liquor is prima facia evi- dy railroad in the valleys of the Tug and Ohio oil men are talking of coming dence of intent to violate the State law. I. e visa. to Rockcastle to bme for oil and gas. Special 'J'e'in of the Lincoln County Court, hrld If tho Kentucky court would follow suit, Ian. 16. 1&C, Hon Ihos. W Vnrnon presiding. Tho Port Eads, with six There is a good prospect for others from it would be a long step towards enforc- barges loaded with grain, i'o comply with an Act of tho General Auembly struck a sunk- Pennsylvania coming at an early date. of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, approved ing prohibition when tho peoplo have an Act bridge pier at Memphis and seven of 8, en Iv tho recent change in tho sched January 'Au1800, entitled An Act to reponfof Lin voted it shall prevail. ncuulc entitled to tho crew wero drowned, The boat is n ule our people can now leave hero at 7 coln county Actvote authorwc thstiue the talc of on pruhib to for the talc of liquors liiiicrant! fixing .. m. ami reach Cincinnati at 7:4."i i in taut county, " the penalty April 14, tiSo, aid Skttlers and specul itors are rushing total loss. approved O. Soulo has been appointed m., making only one change, that at Leb- county to vote on s.ud repeal It is now there into the Sioux reservation and .scenes opened at each voting a poll fore at Science Hill, Pulaski county, anon Junction. No lay over; no delays. placeordered that county be on similar to thoso enacted on the opening in Lincoln of Oklahoma aro repeated with many va- vice W. S. Goodwin removed, and G. W. Limited fare 4.oi. X5U1, 1890, A grand fox chase was bail a few riations. The land is Baid to bo fertile DeBord at Bright, in Casey, vice J. R. ld voters of At which diysfiinct) by a number of the lovers of county lime all legally qualified or and tho section to possess many advan- Wesley resigned. shall against the dogs repeal of saidbe entitled to vote for During tho process of a family quar- that oxciting spoit. Twent-tiv1880. The sheriff is directed tages. Iw of place rel in Clark county, Isaac Anderson was wero in tho chase. The fox was shot by ti iveiotice at each votio:bid 15thof said election day of FebruWill keep constantly on hand a large and select linefof at least lodiyshcfore the continues to show his shot and fatally wounded by his son, one of the excited hunters, after a few ary. i8yo. It is further ordered that said sherff Tub pi esident Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as lov us suchTgooda shall see that said ejection is held on said ila, fondness for newspaper men by appoint- Henry Anderson, the luttor firing a load hours' run, and tho fun ceased. the hours of 7 o'clock u. m. and 6 o'clock can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will d ing Charles Emory Smith, of tho seated ''Aropy of shot into his father's lungs, at clpse Roumlstone's be conOHO. II COOl'rlt, Atf vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Press, minister to Russia. lerk Lincoln County Court yy range. Sulphur man almost into fits a a Gum ot W. WALTON. That isHeard forHundreds of Miles. An Electric Current Through the Grett McCI-AK- Y XiOUISiriXJLE Jf-U- STOBE, 15 Tearing Prices and causing such a panic in the Dry Clulhino' and Shoe Trade Stanford as has never heard of the following prices: Men's Wiite Merino Undershirts worth red and fancy Underwear $1 a Suit, worth $2. Mens dies' Mer mo 75; India all -- 40c, worth 05; ladies ribbed Merino white 50c, worth $1.25. worth liemember all our Blankets, Comforts, Flannels, Overcoats and Cloaks must sold, no matter what they bring. fair-minde- d Every effort is being put forth reduce our mammoth rices in many instaucr are entirely in Our Shoe stock is the largest and thi town and at the ,....,... prices finest are offering them it would iiltn inn aemanas. w"" iur j . l, STHE LOUISVILLE STORE Main Street, Stanford, m. SALXNGrER, M&IffilGOeH. CLOTHING ! Pai-so-- iNIOIS AN1J NEW Children's Suits, Boys' suits, men's suits, sacks and frock. have rcocived dium ujeights. nice lot of these goods in well-know- n AYRES STAGG & McROBERTS. ; The Great Remedies 'leV, t-- Piiievillc, Kentucky. '"''"' WIUIAMSHURG '". c. Williamsburg, "Wanted. w j CARRIER WAITS, i!i:i, ii, Having purchased the interest Mr. Mait, J conduct the business at the old stand, where will shall pleased suppli the wants all former and new patrons from a Wall Paper, Jewelry vt.ty-thirt- Full Stock of Drugs Paints Oils, and Silverware at low prices, for goods. J have a good Jeweler, ready FOP- SALEI 1 1 unci jewelry repairs in the best workm watch style. respectfully, -2 of W. B. MoBOBERTS. . 1 SEW STORE! MA'OK MWJraMAW, tow-bo- at 10:-4- post-must- er Saturday, Feb. o Phila-delph- ia belled-buzzar- C 1 v.' N Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal! ,, Ky., STANFORD, u.o.waiton, sua. Manager MEANS Mas. J. II. Stephens will open up n Wk have ndded to our Rtock a nice lino e nicest line 01 liwswnro ever matting nnd nip. new lino of millinery Roods nt Crab Orof carpets, Klit to Stanford nt S. S. Myers'. Now open. Cull and see them. Sever- chard the let of March. i " .A kkw Imperial Hteol Plows nt redni ance & Son. Tub Ganard court closed without a FKIIRUAItY 14, 1890 d prices nt Ilicginsik McKinney's. Dank Stock. Ah administrator of c6nviction.of consequence. Our neighKon Salk, n three horse power engine Thomas M. Hull, deed., I will sell nt pub- bor has about gotten so that courts me in nood order. Apply to V P. alton. lic auction on Monday, March .'!, county not necessary. s, o JONES BROS., TIic only Store hi Stanford that suits the Farmer; BUSINESS. ! $ zens of Stanford and surrounding coun Thk young folks of the Cedar Creek try. I can be found in my oflico at any neighborhood report a lovely time at the hour on Ijincaster street, opposite the Shoes, Goods, candy party at Mr. Will Curtis' Tuesdny night. T. Wooden On Sunday, 2M, .Mr. Lutlier Benson TitKi'ANNist.. Dr. J. IJ. Clnrke, of will lecture tin temperance at Danville,, o'clock v. M. He Lexington, is here to be present at the nt in the Next door to Portman House. is one of the finest lecturers on the sub- operation to be performed on his father, ject in the country and those who attend Mr. Drynnt Clarke, at his sister's, Mrs. John iiorton, today. Mr. Clarke rewill he pleaded and instructed. ceived a blow on the bend last June nnd H a iiitouns i u,K is the next place to be has since suffered as to show that his boomed and u company is organizing to skull was fractured and that it is presstlo it. The town is already the beat in ing on the brain. Drs. Peyton and Carthe mountains mid its tine water power penter will perform tho operation which and other advantages favor the prospect is known as trepanning. The old genof its becoming u largo city. tleman is naturally considerably nnxious Arc headquarters for about the inntter, but he wants the operTins is St. Valentine's day. It was formerly observed with special ceremo- ation performed no matter what tho &o. are. nies of much interest to the young peoDied, of pneumonia ple, but it is scarcely noticed now except contracted Hows ! Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel those who wish to send sentimental when she came down to the burial of by missives or the miserable carricatures her brother, Miss Cynthia Carson, aged Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no which ndorn the book stores at this sea- nboutW. She was one of the late Every plow warranted to son. Carson's first set of children, of plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. pou Jlo,(KKI. Mr. J. P. whom Mrs. Sallie Welch, Mrs. Sim do good work, or no sale. CoMeitoMi-u:A sk your neighbor. .llS-hrATTIC sM AXy.K llillilil.r. Of K. C. train jumped the track near Mounts, of IjiUrange, writes to friends Hicks and C. C. Carson alone survive. Middlesboro to jKised up Wednesday to Duncannon Tuesday night and did nut here that he has nt last ellected a com Miss Cynthia was a member of the Presmake their home. - arrive till a. m., Wednesday. Nobody promise with the L. A N. railroad for byterian church from her youth and Mijwuh. It. C. a nii Sam II n ks, of Somdamages sustained bv his wife and sou lived and died with a full hope of a erset, attended Miss Cynthia Ciumjii'sj hurt and no damage of eoiiBeiuence, 'cept that the trniiiiiien and passengers in the wreck at Dardstowu Junction blissful resurrection. Her remains were here yesterday. Mas. M. M. Haviikn is back from damaged their future prospects damning over u year ago. The company pays brought hero for funeral services and in him Jlo.OOO nnd all expenses incurred in terment, followed by many who loved Louisville, where sho wont to buy fund- - such u railroad. her in life. Miss Cynthia was a splendid the trial, gathering up of witnesses, Ac. turo for her homo at Ijuicahtnr. Mn. John S. Hi'oiie is making .some woman and spent her life for the good Mn. J. J. Pbtkii, a young cattle king Dealer In- notable improvements at his liatidMiino Tub hop Wednesday evening was a of others. She had many warm friends from St. Joseph, Mo., is visiting his little resitlence. An iron fence replaces the decidedly enjoyable affair, notwithstand- here, who will drop a tear to think that Mster, Dird, at Mr. J. II. Tucker's. old and the building is ikjw reached by ing the fact that the fnirsex present were the patient, life is at an Mn D. O. Ai.foiiii returned fioui u series of broad fetonu steps from the considerably in the minority. Miss end and she will no more be known Tuesday. Ho caught onto the Dedford, I nd., quarry. to whom the hop was given, was among us. boom ahd took in a ood many diuntts. handsomely attired in a green velvet, Mas. W. II. Hknton, f spears, was The town of McConnelsville, O., reAn Invkntoii. Following the lead of with pink brocaiL'd trimmings; dia the guest of Mrs. D. K. Wearen on her Hitler Wilson, of the same town, Kev. F. cently passed a queer ordinance. It monds, and played bur role with charac"tvey to Middlesboro, where she will lo- S. Pollitt has become an inventor. Thu provides for building n high fence teristic ease and grace. She is a typical cate. patent nfllee 1ms granted liitn let'ers on Southern beauty nd Texas was well around n saloon in the town known ns Ix)tils-villMn. Max Sai.inuhk has gone to In which wu hope will represented. Doyce's orchestra from the "Dlue Goos," which appellation is KY., with tliu view of buying n whole-Mil- e bring mueli tiltby lucre to the worthy furnished the music and it suggested by the peculiarly bright color Lancaster ho gentleman. clothing udtablithment on which of its front. The fence will be placed was not till past 2 a. M. that the sweet call attention to the complete line he has of everything kept has an option. theroso-ato prohibit entrance from Desires to ceased nnd the scene of merriin a First-Clas- s Grocery and Provision Store. Large invoices of goods Ai.knk Wki.sh. of Nlcholasville. j Tin: I. J.'fl new lla pole lioated itsfirst strains Missus made to resemble a banquet hall any other than the front door, which mid Dertie Hicks, of Somerset, were hero cold wave signal Wednesday and had the ment faces the public square, the most promi- just received have made his stock one of the best to select from in deserted. vusturiliiv in attenilanceat tlie lunural ol ereuti 01 seeing h miiy vernito, me iner nent portion of the village. town. Besides etiry going several tlegrecs below the Mim Cynthia Carson. Whkn Mr. Dobbitt made his speech Miw. Mauv T. Ckkuii, of Hatrods-bur- promised 32. This has been the coldest before tho prohibition meeting here .VKW ADVEIlTISKUENrs who hat been visiting her daugh- week of the winter, but it hits been court day lie charged that he had sent ter, .Mrs. C D. St. Clair, for sometime, bright nnd clear, ami n decided improve John Stephens, a small boy, to Crab Orment on the rainy, warm spells that chard with 50 cents to buy whisky and will retain home in n few days. He has a large lot of BLUE-GR8S- S SURSERIES D11. 1. - Fiiy, of Hickory, N. C, has wo have experienced so often thia year. that a certain doctor had given nun a A Full Stock of prescription for 10 cents and a druggist Iwated here to practice his profession, In a letter to the Covington Common Fruit and Ornamental Trees, McUoberts building hud sold tho liquor for the balance of and has rented the Grape Vmei small Kruits, Ainaragus, Shrubs and wealth from Sanibel Island, Kev. George the money. To Kev. John Dell Gibson eciVtlnlig for the Orchaid. e employ nu agents 011 Ijincuster street, opposite the W. Dunlap throws out this baiU If Col at ami others after his speech ho stated but sell directand low price to the planter. A apnursery Which he will sell at the bottom market price. Call'and see him. strawberry catalogue sent on ! Dan Slaughter, tlieciiampion Mivmm Annk ani K1.1.A Shanks are that the drug man referred to was J. K. plication, both repleteF with practk-a- information. I. HIL.I.r.NMKYKR. er of old Garrard, or my good friend, im 105 Lexington, Ky. now the guests of Gov. and Mrs Kaglc, j Col. W. S. Miller of the same heath Dailey and tho doctor was W. M. Doores. not exMr. Dobbitt also stated thnt 10 cents was at Little Dock, Ark. They art! were to run a hotel asn winter resort on pected to return to Stanford till Into in Sanibel, they would soon till this island his regular fee for prescriptions and that Dr. Pettus asked 2". On the strength of March. with cottages and their pockets with Wm. M. Watku, who has been attendthe statement acting County Attorney monev. W. li union, procured a warrant I Having determined to go to Mlddlotboroucjh, I ing h Cincinnati business college for uill o(fi-- for sale at public auction on of Intkuioii Joiiinw. weather de- against Dr. Doores and Wednesday when Tin: eoiut inonths, is now llrst Machine- Co., in the partment has a ting pole now that will the cae was called at Crab Orchard it "Model Grocery" you will find the Automatic March 1st, 1890, stay witltjit. It is a locust, nearly IK) was proved that the prescription was On the premises on the Lancaster plkr, 3H miles jujun City. from Stanford and $;i miles from Lancaster, Mit. T. K. Hal'kk, representing the feet high mid almost as straight ns n obtained from Dr. Pettus and the whisky Coffees, Land, ol good Chicago Xuws, was here yestenlay and gun barrel. Squire Young furnished it from .eller. The boy stated that no ex- 107 cresacres can go in corn, jo in well improvoats and reed, 30 grass. The dwelling and outD. MeHob-ert'- s and it grew in the neighborhood of amination was made, so a warrant was Goods of mainder it in established an agency at W. houses xre good It will tell the weather sworn out ngainst Dr. Pettus, chnrging drug store. The (i i M. edition of Highland. Also t Hores, 3 Cowj, Cahcs, 40 Hogs, t jo barCheese, best rels of Corn, Closer May anew McCormack yuetordny, for instance, will arrivo at 2 prospects long after Greeley and some of him with prescribing without making Hinder, i.w Wood Sullcey Kale nnd Mower, the rest of us have gone where the the examination specified by law. The new Ktnpire Wheat Drill, llugKV n,u' Harness, Furniture, Ac. Miss CkttikTiuuimonii went to loua weatlier is always not ami com waves statements of Mr. Dobbitt were contra- IfHousehold isand Kitchen will be rente. 1. Terms Tobaccos. not sold it the farm never come. dicted by the boys nnd when put on the made know on day nl sale ville yesterday to visit tin family of iier Al KXANMHR HOLIZC1 AW His stock is always clean, fresh, full and attractive. He carries an could not remem brother, Mr. Samuel C. Thurmond. She Ni:w Fir.M. Mcbsrs. W. S. Miller nnd stand the position in the school Woodenwarc. he had made certain of them. assortment of Oueenvare, Glassware, Tin-a- nd will lesunio her II. C. Kauirninii, of Ijinca.stor, have ber thnt Prof. Frank McClary tlio llrst formed a real with and law partnership Dan Caiiii.mu) .Shot. Give him a call and he will make it to your advantage. Monday in March. ',;. at Middlesboru and the former will locate uvuiiing ' Manchester, Mas. J. D. Pinal's, of Fayette, is visit- there. They are both gentlemen of Dan K.Oiirraril, who is wojl known hiu r ii ing her mother, Mis. Mary A. Martini, buinea qualifications ami being whs ftliot, imrhnps fiitnlly, by Carlo in this enmity, Mrs. Martin was here thoroughly reliable mid regonsiblo, a nui:ro. Jim (.inrmrtl, a brother of 33 3a. - jesterdav grieved over the news of the those who have dealings with them etui Dan, liiui had a ilitlk-ultwith the above severe illness of her son. John M. Mai- - i rust assured that they will treat them ihuihhI negro, in whieh he, Uiirmrtl, J-C-) .i ) i. tin at Ash Grove, Mo. well in every particular. ilrovv hisjiiHtol on him. The nero, who Mu. Jon S. Jonk. who formerly lived 18 a lnrj;e, stronu one, Beirut! the pistol XDK.TJC3-G-IS&c here, has returned from New York nnd ' TmrpostollW has been neatly lilted anil wreneheil it from Mr. Garrard's tho up, repainted anil reiiovaiud generally. it is understood thnt ho will tako hand and drew it on him. At this mo' Powers store room, March 1. He .vill It is entirely cut oil' trom the Test of the ment Dan Ciiirrunl heard of the diHicnl-t- y DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, not, however tako tho goods as Mr. Pow- room by high lattice work and locked and mine out of a store near by to will reiiiuvts all Unit lie tloiM not dis- doors, giving Mrs. Coiirts entire immuniers put a stop to it. When tho nepro saw FANCY ARTICLES, &C pose of at the sacrificing figures lie has ty from those who have no business in lie held Jim with one hand and" tho department. The roar has been ar- him adopted. Physicians pi escriptions accurately compounded. Dan with the other, the bullet RQQ & PQULTR Y REMEDY his hand-oiu- e ranged for a millinery, presided over by tired at Juikik M. J. DiaiiAM and Am v , tukiiic eflt'ct in thu left shoulder just! KioiwMC young wife, of Danville, were here Miss Annie Wray, assisted by Miss Sue --"" above tho henrt. Mr. Garrard drew his Wednesday. The judge continues to re- Kout. They are nicely fixed and leatiy pistol and Hied 0110 shot at him, but beSTOCK OF WATCHES, In u contest between disrasc, which destroys THE LARCEST ceive letters from all over the State call- to receive callsaud serve the public. fore he t'ould tire a seeond time fell to and this remedy, svhich assists nature to build up, ing on him to become a candidate for CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. The Gr.N. Giikbn Clay Smith spoke here ground in a paralyzed condition. governor or auditor. Ho is well titled for Ever brought to this market. Trice lower than Wednesday night for prohibition to a good negro took to his heels and is still at eithor position, but tho people seem to nudienco in his usual vigorous manner. large. Mr. Garrard is in a critical conthe low est. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Ue. paired on shortjnotice and warranted. consider him peculiarly titted for the latex-- , The sornicr thcsvttein ol the ho? is lortthedasamst Thogencral is n tine speaker, buttho worst dition and his recovery is thought since his admirable conduct of tho disense tho uure ceium is the result. the ter, ceedingly uncertain. oflico. Ho will likely an- political prophet that ever piophesied. controller A message from Mr. II. M. Jackson, at Tho last timo we saw him was in the fall swer the numerous calls ono or tho othPrevents Disease, Arrests Disof 1SSS, just prior to the presidential Loudon, conveys the sad intelligence er before long. ease, Destroys Worms, Increaselection. Speaking of it, he asked us to that poor Dan died Wednesday. This M it. Madison Ksui.kmw, of Madison es the Flesh, Hastens Matuheart hero with deep his prediction, which was substan- will till many count v, Montana, is here visiting his mark was greatly beloved by tially as follows; Grover Cleveland will sorrow for he rity. brother, Joe H. Fugleman, of this city. be elected next month. Thu defeated every ono who know him duriug tho Mr. Fugleman has been in Montana and 1HE EVIDENCE: republic-niparty will then bugin to dis- time he studied law under Hill ifc Al Oregon for tho past 27 years nnd this is iifcini; yo'ir my htrd arretted integrate, their best men going to tho corn, lie was a w arni'iieaneii, impul- remedy and alldisease in now and eatbyas he.irtly are well his llrst visit to Kentucky in that time. A. H. Waokhs. sive fellow, absolutely without fear, nnd ever. It lsurprilii. of prohibitionists, which will also be He brought with him two Irvine, Ky. with the same kind of material would go further to serve a friend than mares and one car of young stock by n Is Receiving His talc pleasure in recommending: Haas' Hog party. Tho repub- any one we ever knew. A democrat of Reindy to do all that it clumrd, t have used it high bred sou of Almoin, thnt he has at from the democratic sort and popular to a marked wilh giU Jno. W. Wiih-pfor sale for brood licans will make no presidential nomina- the purest "Wm. Tnrkington's Liberty, Ky. JU lSUinnd the tight will bo between tlegree, the future seemed to hold some mares ami loud horses. Advocate. Mr, tion in positive preventive and (lad Una a whisky democrat and a prohibitionist. high preferment for him. lint alas! he .irrcsterofili-rsue- . Kmody a J. 1. IIostbttLF. Fugleman is a brother of George 11. nnd Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. Lexington, Ky. Tho latter will be elected and an em of is cut down in tho (lush of early lifo by B. F. Engloman, of this county. of n brutal negro, for whom good government and sobriety will bo- - the shot For sale by for tostirronials. T METCALF, Stanford, Ky. gin. Tho generul didn't exactly say the I death in any shape would bo too good. CITY AND VICINITY. would come, but he Dan was a son of Col. T. T. tiarraiil, year of l'rites $2.50,41.25 nd joe per package; as lb. at Uikki- - & McKin looked like ho thought It. The reader who had centered his hopes on him, and cans iia.50. Mem '1 lie largest packages are the cheapest. ney's. "Hogology " pamphlet on swiue, will be sent will readily agree with us that the gen- in the severe nflliction, he and his wife stamp. itoofc Ktrplna, Short Hand, TtUaraPhy,a to any addrest on receipt of v store-roo9 Writo tor Catalogue unit full information, hit-- ? for rent. Cen- eral didn't exactly know what he was and children have the heartiest syiupa-thJOSEl'H 1IAAS.V S A Indianapolis, Ind ,0j of legions of friends. Stanford. T. W. Miller. talking about. trally located in 1 A. K, Cum Band settle your account Penny. Watch km and jewelry repaired and iiivnr i iy leii'Knuiiiinu us me result ns warranted. A. K. Penny. I'owilil.' at our expense Thk best Place to buy ilruip, patent oo ... . . i jM . is in A. P.. medicines aim lonci unifies W. Kino, a white man, was. tried for Penny's, . t .. ..1 .1.. iir.ren, vt school books,.. ink tablets ""'"''"k ai .irs. 1. ..1.1 1.. see jmriiciiiiirsiii Duv vour .. . , .....1 t t i'... i i uvi I...M i irm-iu.ui. paper, pencils ami scnooi bujijiiicb ji .nip n' I....... nu m-kinds Irom A. K. ronnv Dv a freight cur breaking down at HaPOINTS. zel Patch and another near Williams-biirPERSONAL Thursdny morning's Jt:27 passenner Mns. John M. MrlloiiKiiri. .In., is did not pues till o'clock. (piite ill. Oait. V. M. Him. has moved to Mil. Lt'THKK Hk.nson closes the prohibition canvass here and will no til-- ' J. C. IIas in tip nfter a to Iincnstcr, where he will speak Sunday afternoon sle with the grip. at the M,iss Mauv IU'iikk leaves Saturday Mots Ha"mtv wau caught between a to visit friends in louisville. couple of freight curs i.iiic coupling, Mist Pirrnr Pknninoton bus returneil yesterday morning, ami was badly from a visit to relatives nt Somerset. MishJkssik Hi'iiiimiii, of HodKensville, squeezed and bruised. The doctors fear he is hurt internally. in the Kiiest of Miss Kii;t'niii l'ullinin. .. of Lebanon, is Miss Kmma Hainks, l)w. Da ilkv pronounces that the huh the Misses Daker, near Shelby City posed cases of small-pont Mr. M. F. Her Mns. T. W. Maitinoi.y and Miss Ma ring's are nothing more than nggrnvn- Ilii'kctt, of Lelwnon, are cuests of Mrs. ted ones of chicken-pomid that each of W..M.O' Bryan. the patients is doing well. . n.... m 11 -t. day, 10 shares Lincoln National Lot of nice clover liny nt 33 cents ier court The next issue of this paper will tell Dank stock. Thomas C. Dull. hundred nnd timothy nt 40 cento at I. the tale nnd our judgment is that it will M. Ilmce's. J)n. Dan L. Pitv, of North Carolina, of- be that the prohibition law has been re- . Okfhijiis of the election will confer n fers his professional service to the citi- afllrmed by a safe majority. - General Merchandise, Court-Hous- e. Dry - Boots and Fancy Grocerifc, Qaeensware, Glassware, Tinware, and Willowware, $c. Court-hous- e 15 j, 11 Mid-dlesbor- two-week- s HIGGINS & M'KINNEY lu-.- court-hous- re-su- its Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt,dme, .- x Kan-sit- n I i 11 ex-buri- al j MAIM HABDIN -- ! Mid-dlelni- l I Port-woo- d, ! well-know- n GROCERIES, STANFORD, HARDWARE, &C., o shaft-iietnche- r, I 1 s ( g, All Kinds of FBESH GABDEIT SEEDS, (DIL(DV1E1M I- m Court-Hous- e. SESJEBj, j gen-e- hotel-keep- l I Sale of Land and Person al Property. r i book-keo- er I AT A. A. WARREN'S Cream Saturday, Klue-Ora- ss Sugars, Molasses, Beans, Hominy, Rice, every description, the Soaps, Canned 1 1 to-da- y. i Sauces, Baking Powders, Extracts, Cigars and Preserves, Jellies, Pickles, 105-t- d j :; delays fire Dangerous i. 1 or Hrit-tot- i, i JOS. HAAfS' j !PW'WWV .!lJ) J. JiJs.AA UP T j JBWBLEB, iff J Lrfllf-H-IllJHEHl- j ' Time is Everything:. 'isBfe "V y,t j j j M.6.RUPLEY, 11 Kl-Al- ) l I iff car-load- s ed 1 11 , Un. FAL AND WINTEB GOODS. 1 4i-A- V ju-bi-l- Skkii-bowk- iis BRYANT & STRATTON Business College 11 two-cen- t, Kiiwr-cLAM- S m UlRtflLLE IfY "! M - "- - .. --- . ,. Afej,JT.., M$- - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal , Asto a Constitutional Convention, etc. S. For the Interior Journal.) The question L.ot, According to Sir Edwin Arnold, Edgar A A. Poo and Joaquin Miller nro tho two On Somerset street, at present occupied bv Mr of calling a convention for revising tins Published Evory Tuesday and Friday ( II Cooocr. A ery curable American poeta who nro sure lolivo for- obtained at a bar,train diAddress plaic and canAie present constitution of Kentucky is still THE POWER OF A PLUGGED or call on NICKEL. ever. AT W H ANDERSON, Harper, Kani, y agitating the minds of the people, espet-iallOr P. M Stanford. Ky Tho gravo of Robert Browning has those of the members of the legis- A. Whole Curloful Fclnntrl nul Knibat-m- fd been dug close to thu front of Oauccr's by an Outlawed Coin. lature. A comparison between the llrst wrWhen not so paid S2.50 will be charged." A tall man with a dark mustacho and monument, nud exactly between it nnd and the present constitutions of the imperial got into a south bound Broad tho monument of Cowley in WestminK. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. State may be interesting to some of your way car at Twenty-bocoiCO., Btrect tho ster Abboj. I desire to tell my (arm of about i,v aires situ Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 a m., re turning readers, more particularly to your young other day and took a. scat about midway Mr. Clark Russell is now such an in- aled about i)J miles north of Stanford on the IIUSTONVrLLE, KY. readers. up tho car. When tho conductor catuo valid that bo is moved about in a bath Hush ranch pile, opposite thceld church There are about 30 acres in whoat and balance The people of your State lived under for his faro the man fished a nickel from chair. This docs not prevent him from of the farm well et in timothy rye; thedwelling Arc still In the hutincu and ready to do anv (ood L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. splendid and kilt hen and its first constitution r0 years and during his pocket. Tho conductor looked at tho being ono of tho most industrious liter- of four roomswatered and fenced. a Possession ne thins in the Undertaking line. allWe have a full kind and Robet can Hoik of Cases and Caskets of ham: it Hell ,11 sj am Mail tram going North Our heurte, whu h ncariy ary men in England. be given immediately, that time "multiplied and replenished coin sharply and passed it back again. lor particulars, tec J. I' of evory decripli,,n on short ' " .131pm South new ian be obtained It undersigned lUiley, Stanford, notice Mr "What's tho matter?" asked tho man. 1130pm the State" and subdued it to some exExpress train " South Oliver Wendell Holmes has taken to a Cincinnati. Ohio ur write theE WITHERS. at (irrt'ii has hargt olrtir business and will J shov ,. ,337am " " North. , our goods to any one needing atiythirif in t "It's plugged," said tho conductor. peculiar course of life. Ho always remaroir ,..630 am tent. That old constitution was a Local Freight North line Tho man put a pair of eyeglasses on lilt' . 5J8pm South.. velous affair in many respects. The his noso and critically surveyed tho tires at tho same hour, eats dinner in the I. ,11. HIU'CK, The latter trains alo carry patiengcrs. middle of the day and walks at least two S. O. DAVIS, The above it cal ulated on standard time Solar circuit judges were appointed by the nickel. Ho found that tho conductor hours. time it about ao minutes fatter SALE AND FEED STABLE, governor. The circuit judges appointed was correct, and handed hint n good miles every twenty-fou- r LIVERY. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, the ciicuit clerks, all of whom held their nickel. Ho was about to put tho bad in Max O'liell, who has orient some time STANFORD, KY. Ireland, says: "I have often been ono back into bis pocket when ho noticed M'V. V1BUNON, Iv V. ollices for life, unless removed for cause, asked why havo not written a look on SPECIAL A I lENIIONl,. COMMKRCIAl. np- -' that every one in tho car was looking at Ireland. In each new county the governor Orticeett door to U'fctKheati't Drue Tho answer is this: 1 like to travelers and mule bought and teld. him. He turned very atiMtitoa Beo M sHsswx. pointed the justices of the peace and finally dropped tho red, hesitated, and write on the faults of people, and I never Only rirt-c- Horse children hnntcsand rhl, les Hd Hi li.cry. nickel slyly on tho they appointed the county clerks, conn-- j floor. Every ono saw him do it, but could find any in the Irishman." ty treasiuers, assessors of taxes and con- every one tried to appear as if ho didn't Swinburne, the jtoet, is a great jiodes-triataking a "constitutional" every stables. At the close of each two years notice it. Tho nickel lay on the lloor in HARRY A. EVANs, the oldest magistrate became high plain sight, but no ono would look nt it. day 011 the roads around his home at DILLIONS SWITCH, KY. ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, sheritl' and his successor was appointed All seemed to think that they would ap- Putney Hill, England. Ho never woura Dswlrr In by the remaining justices, that body pear as if they coveted it if tbey did. an overcoiit and dispenses with gloves Dry Qoods, Notions, Hats, Caps MANrOltD, M when tho vcather will permit. Among Hrery onu hcenicd quito uncomfortable. r thus becoming Two or three men trieil to read, but they Engineennp; and Surveying in Iloolt, Shoo, Clothing. the clerks changes were rarely made. could n t concentrate their attention on SOME ORIGINS. ware, 1'iavtart, ruraiture and a allibranchcs. The Allins served continuously at their newspapers. The conductor passed Groceries, Goncral Lino Envelopes were first used in 1889. the Helms at Stanford. An over tho nickel once or twice, nud tried fancy Candies, Crnss 1 ic, c The first steel was made in 1S80. election was held annually for members not to notice it. All kinds of 1'rodui.f taken in dibange for goods Tho lirt air pump was made in IG0O. At Fourteenth street a man got in nnd I'ostofair, l.ninj.Hin, Kt of the lower House of representatives, Tlio llit lucifer match was made in ' krP on hand a No uu.,litv ol Jell, , , etc., commencing on the first Monday wasnlioutto sit down, when lie espied and N Coal imv vard Leave your the nickel. Ho picked it up and tried to 1320. ivery, Feed and Sale Stable lard JU,i thr inwill lie aliriided 10 piomni r, r in August and continuing three days. hand it to an old gentleman with a red J II ril.i!S Thu (lit inn steamship was built in The vote was viva voce. Said constitu- fnco and a white mubtache, saying, "You " Mail r.l Ky 1880. es- - dropiH.nl tion contained no provisions for the this, sir." DC i.i'vel purity Shi were first "coptier bottomed in strength anil v'iiieiMMiei. More oconomical tltblisllini; of nubllC free Schools, ror "No, I didn't," said the old gentlomau, 17S8. tftati the ordiuart kind- - and an not be sold in L. ' c ,n r iiinn with the multitude of low test, short that reason and ninny others it became with a laugh. Tho first uie of a locomotive was in w fclif. a mm or phosphate powders. Sold only in Then everybody laughed, as if greatly 01 n nectssai lor tlm BAKl.vV; rowDER CO., ntsoiuiei 1319. cai. iioval tsio relieved. who vii street. New York pew constitution. About the year 1850 tho nickel The manclosely had picked up The nrnt looked steuinltont plied tho Hndoou at it, turned n new convention was called to perform and dropped it .,,, I MISS KOGIJE that task and the work which they did! bright crimson him, but whicheveragain. In ISO. i.im "1 ' I...V M W. K. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Everybody saw way The first home railroad was built in S J.d VmMm kHi I rAinv (.1 l'ublic is now the fundamental law of the Stato he looked ho saw only aveited faces. 1820-2Is n Candidate for Superintendent of LONDON', K Ktectinn August, 189a Schools if Lincoln count (itxvd tnrnonts and saddle horses always Isr hut period of 40 Tho people would glance slyly at him and has been during London it the mott enven The fina new&pniHir advertisement on reatanable terms Philadoiphla, vears. It is a great improvement over from tho corners of thoir eyes, nnd then the railroad to reach places in the ient potnt 1(552. 31. Now York, of the ktale in the mmintaw away again very quickly. Again the lirst constitution. Would it not be Tho flrt watches were made in VII potul. I'stt and Sutithrail Isa Candidate ur Clerk nf the Court of Appeal', well for Kontuekv to live under itanoth - no ono looked nt tho nickel, although Only one mght out Irimi IrMigin 1177. subject to the ictio of the Democratic party. Election August, 150 erdewula? "Heller bear tho ills that are vKg " "". luvl h,low lu a '"""J JU&1 Tho first sawmnker's anvil was brought HOUSE, t'o rsKted Time Card ih Kfl t an 1R..1 wnero 11 jay. it stayed in tlio en mo than flee to those we know not of." place on the lloor until tho car stopped to Atuericn in 1819. Cottage Hearth. D K1I.EY, 1'roprlotor, F. The improvements that have been just nbovo Chambers Btrect. Hero the R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. STATIONS es. Daily Ds.l KsvrM. K Sun l. Vm To the. Voters of Lincoln County. made in the State as compared with conductor told the passengers to tnko London, - - - Kentucky. I.veSsuahsrd... DENTIST. ,t i n' j j am i, ,t those of the first half of the century are tho next car, as that one was going to Morms are Rathcrin; in the tVy, .'. ' " " J" ' Office on Ma.n street, opposite Portman Houte, wonderful. Vrnsefttl thunder hot er nigh, switclt off and go up tow n again. As The old rail fences have I hate moted trfmy new llutdjtnd aw bester upstairs. Nitrous Oxide .ts given for painless " K. U. Jsusction I'lague spots at our dor apuvar. .... prepared than ever to aoumr.toda'e (he public extracting. given way to stone and hedge, the old they left the car all tbe passengers took Sleil (iosid Livery altathed and every convenience !'. Im' tspw r toptu J Killing honest hearts with fair. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. last glance at the plugged nickel, but Mrebead (Site ate a sail. dirt road to the MeAdam. Public free Whitky wUh a giant's stride '7,M" t i Z '8,"T Olive llll.:... I'ltANK KII.KV. ,; schools the hope of the country have no ono touched it. It Barted up town ; Athtaml ... Stalks the laud with pomyi ansl pride, again, and all the passengers went down C'.ilcjt.burg. DR. W. B. pp. 4J tsn s Thotc who've named the name nf ChrlM, been established in every county. Hnntingum . 11 07 pm town with that nickel weighing heavily t pm Acting now as Maminan's priest. Lve.lIunUHijtwi.... s am. is gridiron the State in every direc- on their minds. New York Sun. Arr Charleston t .. Bm " MT. VERNON, KY. Little boys who now thsnilti be " Cllft.H K.rge. tion. The mineral resources of I he State 7 jf anr;" ' Lvnihburg Mum tieet, in oflice recently Limping prayers at mother's knee; OfticelSaiith it 45 am,. A 1'ut Up Job. are being rapidly developed and Hoteljit still maintain This old and " Chnrtottesvilte vacated by, Dr. I.. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. jo am' Now upon the pate wp meet "I don't seo why over one makes such " aihlngton . la j pm Charges reatensble. Speing its fine reputation. t are being constantly discovered. Keeling, swearing in the street. " Haltimure i pm a kick on nud pi'H?," cial attention to the trateling public " Philadelphia... 6 15 pm That brave old State which had Iain for said Dinks.putting up a stovo n;irxrn. onn Some who hat e to manhood same, A. S. NKWCOMH, l'rop, M. "To read tho " New York pm' ' ' And should be the stay of home, almost a century like a fettered giant, woui,i think it the short road to insanity, " Kichniond, Va. v 1 Ml Vernen, Ky, Sjtt SURGEON DENTIST Husbands, fathers, sons and brothers, " OldPolalComfotl .. ....'... has at last severed her bonds and is but I didn't find it so. Eiisiest job I ever Offi Mam treet, oter W It, McEobert' Ilreaking hearts of wives and mother. ... Narfolk.... Drug Store, Stanford. Btrides towards did." marching with gigantic Ingten at lis am and 5 u ol Lincoln, hear the call, Men "Been putting ono up?" asked Jinks. her high destiny. Her fauna has been nuaycrnneei at lly your votes we stand or fall; ter for Kichmoad, Ky llti! iKunl. AH .1- .-WinrhttJ "Yes just finished." I' so much improved that exportations are Cast them then for trntb and right. rjij "Well, didn't you get nil soot, and spoil Limitssi Vestibule K fmn, being made annually to the old world, 111.11. j Not for woe, disease and blight. I your clothes?" nhia, Washington and all Hnt. Fjtt, at When a child shall atk for broad, l.eslngtan at ,7 p in daily Stanford arriretp bi hate remotedmy office to my residence, oppo while her flora is a "thing of beauty and $lj Vourth Atemie, 11 "N no!" Will you patseu him instead? Ri.hn.onif, Va., and all pom-site Female College, w here will lie found at .Ml a joy forever." O thou dark and bloody fnutllMim .,. i,uiiuugioii. "Nor bruise your fingers, nnd get times. l'elsoti which joti know mutt bring, HUGH RKID. - ta. anil all lsl ttatiuntar ,4. ground! l.and of beautiful women and your eyes full of btulf, and spoil the car-rites Lcitngien at 11 401101m daily rscent Sun A serpent's bite, it scorpion's sting. dat Stanford p in t; hrave men: "l love tny Acromnwdation from Oli.rllill and intermedial WALLACE E. VARNON, thy woods and templed rocks and rills.- net? I." Men of Lincoln, hear trip wad, points. Kichmond, Kv , and points mi the K. (. "Not hills." Speak STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. K arrives at I.esieton S 10, am, daily. r Ofbiokcn hearts on ctery gate. Attorney at Law, ing of her flora, it is the most beautiful ' "But J'ou '""st have perspired, nnd ((lit Sunday Stanford n n, Let your totes in Heaven be read. tired yourself out, and fallen oH the chair ead read via N. N A M All persons wishing a pleasant life and well .."".V" Not for whisky but for bread. Stanford, Kentucky. on earth. Notso luxuriant as in the youcro Patent Flour made at Co . I. D. pleated wife let them u an.linS uponr Must rc drink this cup of won! For lime ards. tickets, and Mull mfoimatu Stanford Holler Mills Call lor it at your grotropics, but in autumn especially, it is Will practice ui all the courts of this and adioin-0- ; cery, and if they hate not got It on hand, uige write or call mi t ijsisa p,sr Shame and sorrow mutt we know incomparable. Take a view of hervarie- ..gfbinks, I believe you're a liarl counties and in the court of appeal them to keep it. r pel is order from them and Once you broke this fatal (bain, .V. ,V" "AKNKVrrirlrt Agent lOfHce ocr McRoberts & Stagg's drup store. get it at the Mill and will guarantee a plcatant S A 3?? IIUOMIIKKI.. I'rav gated landf cape in autumn. The foliage You say you put up your stovo and stovo Mss Att. With God's help yu can again. and interettlng family I'att Agt ,. ...Ll M'Kl,MV.enW N I'll II s. Superintendent o of the poplar, tho sugar and white 11m- - pipo witliout any of thesp adjuncts, and J .. AKRIN(.ION adV I" , I.esmfton Kv Men of Lincoln, "leal atid lr," p p. pie, the 8a'stfras, the ptupaw, the black expect mo to holievo it." C9 'Tis not gold we ask nt vtw, ' 3 J2. "Of course 1 do here's tho ticket. I lint human souls, wo b )OW saw. gum and the chestnut. Nothing on M OS From drunknrd's hell and drunkard's crave earth is so beautiful. I fear it is not du-- , Sot 510 on 'cm." Munsey's Weekly. : w o Ilefore tho Judge at lust we com. ly appreciated. When we enter tho do-- , P H. rrnfoHnioiml I'rldr. The trystiNg place, Uost's great wMin thrmtr; MJl-(JHASS UOV'VIC. main of science and attempt to account ' Thy brother's keeper there tltttsvllt W. First Printer What are you saving up E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor for all this beauty and variety, we find your money for, Bill? His soul will bo raiiured of thee. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE --t Second Printer I'm a going to get my that we cannot fathom it. We discover, 1 he hand now writing on the wuH, Fr mi B No Hotel in Kent uik hat a better reputation, it is true, that the moisture of the earth wife a new hat on her birthday. Sa. by your totes ton stand r fuN, OBNTRAL KENTUCKY and its proprietor is determined that o is taken up by capillary Attraction and is First Printer What! you nin't reforma g Lord Thou tcsst us weak and cold shall be maintained ing, nrq you, Bill? Kite as in the days of old. t? carried through every fibre of the tree, P Q llartt Thine own almighty arm. Second Printer No, but I'm bound to He h.is recently .ii'Jedto lit appointments anuwecallitsap, hut Dy wiiat process Rivo.iy wifo a , , heU(, for onco in Save our homes irom esry harm; it imparts to the foliage such n variety of 1(r life. Uurlinston Free Press, And may truth the tittury win, P .and O " Over whisky, fraud tnd sin. explain. FAST LINK UETWEEN Als- oa coloring and beauty we cannotlight -- Lluall am ford A . -- " x1 and o 2 We find that heat, moisture, S3 Livory Stablo LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. A First-Clas- s p p the atmosphere are tlie factors that enter'. M". G. I hope you will oxcuio my Crab Ort hard, Lincoln Count), Ky u "' u """"""'yot.r uroinor s To aeeommoda'e tie demand', of Ins inireaied S( HfcDl'I.K . KFFKCI NO into the production nf these phenomena, ""'"" A Child Killed. t Iuruouis furuithed transient pitronagr. J7. lM, No :. g but we find also that when ,:, becomes funeral,jj No. 4 life .Jnnthcr child killed by the use of nftiatus glton Commercial Travelers and othert Nil e"1 jfrSj 'as j,0 jjp South Hound. I Sul, the farm of soothing syruu. Why mot Iters give Mrs! G.' No; but ho had ono of bis Kx Sun. Hf extinct in either the animal or tlte vege- O DaiHL. their Lhlldren uh deadly poison it surprising 8 10 a mi 8 a, n m Lie Cincinnati eve the child of us peculiar 3S Pin. o cd ?r table these same factors seize upon it at silly fits on, and thon ho would laugh if when they ran rl Dr. Acker's llaby Soaxksr It I.ve Covmtois. I it a in I o) i m trouble l( P m once and begin lo reduce it to its origi- - you shoved a gas bill at him. Toxas conrains by using or morphine. Sold by A It 08 p m a. Lve Flmc. .,... o 41 a ro opium 9 7 p m' s p in . ia I'cnu) mil elements making tho mystery more Sittings. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. . Arr I'arit ;. ti ro m io sj p mi S so p m Arr I.lvin.: p in o jo it P m i 2. mysterious. We are therefore forced to 2. Is Llfo Worth Living? couldn't Moid it." Lve I'arit.. 4t p in SrS exclaim: () nature! thou embodiment Nut 6 ao p in Littlo (who has put her Dr. if you go through the world a dy.peptir. THE LARGEST AND FINEST Arr U'nicht lr .'..;." 7 jo P m Arr Ilichmoi.o. Aikor's I))spia Tablets anu ioilitc cure of the living God; who can fathom thy hand out of tho window while it was Arr Lancaster for the worst forms of dysptipsia, indigostlon, Arr Stanford. snowing) Oh, mamma, mamma, I 1 vast extent, thy towering heights, HOTEL IN THE CITY. w and constipation. Oturutitscd and sold hi Lie Richmond O e fetched n snow! A. It Penny. D. M. Hockkii. Arr Keren o o measured depths? t" Mamma Where is it, darling? Arr l.ivington. Can't Sloop NltfhtH Littlo (looking at. her Is the complaint of thousands suffering from asth- RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDBucklen's Arnica Salve Not No. i. No. It ninned away. West ma, coaaumption, coughs, etc. Did you cter try 1 he best salt e In the world lor cuts, bruises, hand blankly) ING TO ROOMS. fcorct, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapShore. B 3 Dr. Ackar's English Remedy t Itls tho bust pip Lve Livingston... ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruji w S, Pakis, Texas, Feb. MyAR& ul MEN I i OF LETTERS. FOB, SALE I Rrlck House nnd JBgpgp Farm For Sale. 1 ' J. T. STJTTOXT A 11 . . . I pOyAL J 1 it ;;-t- f. i AKlK6 !Urli, of (Juc-ei- jx-- n POWDER Attention, 111 Cal ISuriicrs. I . - Absolutely Pure 1 l r iv Old Ky. Route 1 ! j KATE . 11 F. Rrlnkley ap-pcar- j 'k Washington, Baltimore Xur-embu- rg - ' THE MLEY ' . I "'" 1 1. 5 I"-- 11 - PENNY, Dentist. Rail-roa- NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. ,., i,, 1 I ti Ir. new-deposit- s N . . PRICE, . 1" . REMOVED! I WOOD 4 WALLA6E, w L' Men's Outfitter V--- -.l 1 4 t- Louisville, Kentucky. i 11 --- --- ' 'U 1 11 . 1 , - , j THE MYERS HOUSE, Kentucky GentralR.R. I as 1 , ' CO Tool llilliartTParloru Ui-- 1 1 . -- WO 111 X CD THE GALT HOUSE, . . Threo-yoar-o- ld . y 1111-- . Three-year-ol- d o p. h- - g. (9 SSSBJs-lW'- lh rrasrtisggr KHDVAY, 22 p iL S S W O ft W lions and positively cures piles, or no pay roquir Sold on it arution known for all lung troubles. Ill U Sttllit. peaitittt guarantve at 25c and 50c bt A. K. I'ennj. TURKISH ,V RUSSIAN 1IATIIS IN HOTEL. ed. It is guaranteed tu give perfect satitfactloi , Artist Vanderbilt has bought "The or money refunded. I'rice 25 cents per bot. For sale by A K. I'cnnv, Mantord, Ky. Grand Canal of Venice" for 100,000. Wo Can nnd Do Old Gent Is that so? I didn't know (iuaraalu n,.i.-nv,- i Dr. Ackor's I Hood Lluir, for it has uOQ, R. B. been fully demonstrated to the people of this Mr.. Mb had Curtain, I'lainfield.illl , makes the! JJ handled anything but railroads. is superior to all other preptrations for she caught cold, which settled on Washington Star. it statement that blcod ilisetitot. It is u positits cure fur syphilitic SUCCESSOR TO hr luntft; she was treated lor a month by her rwi.onin.-- . ulcers, eruntiousaiid iiimDlcs It nurl- A WIko rrrciiutlou. family physician but grew- worse. He tld lirr thoroughly builds up tlte fist the wnole ytum and M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, ctwsiltutiou. A. II. l'unny he was a hopeless victim of consumption and thut coun-ryth- i.ve llerea Arr Richmnil. OEOGEGHAN, ArrRiehmond.... Lve Kichniond.. Arr WiHchoitcr. Arr I'aris...:. I.ve I'aris Lve Lexlugtun Lve Stanford .... Lve Lancaster .. 6 is 7 43 7 oo 8 53 ... - WM. ADAMS & SON, 4 1 LEXINGTON, - KY. Hooslers. I'llls are prepared expreasly fur this purpose. Inm. Timnons, postmaster ol ldaville, Induua, sist uii getting them as they have no superior and "Klcctric Hitters has done more fur me writes I few cipials. A. R l'oniiy, Drujgot. than all other combined, for that ad (cling .iriting from Lid ne-- and liver iruuhlc." HtSi. m hn l.eolie. tanner and stoikman, of vame pla, , J DRUNKENNESS -- THE LIQUOR HAB ' ays "Find KIcclric Hitters to l the best kidIT-- In all tho World tboro lu but ono V f JJAPECIFIC ,rtT fel like rt ' ney and liver mwliuni:, made me Borchant. anew euro, Dr. Hnlnoa' Golden Spociflo. ?J-MGardner, hardware (MLSC rre I I .flFSStU.HW ," "Klectnc Hitters is the th.nu I It an be given in a cup ol tea or cotTee without .oOMArlail AH 31r. VilliaInaWlla yo iloln dat fo'. don't care whet the knowledge of the person taking it, efTecting a lODfl.U'' DAlr DflU' Mr. Jo'bOll lllltt ill lliosdllitn nofft 1111 tliu speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient Yn1' OU' IrtKLU" crheliroor dies; be found new .trenStl. appctit and felt juat like he had a new leaxe on tinio hi do rp-if- ' is a moderate drinker ur an alcoholic wreck. life Only 50c bottle at A. R. I'enny s drug Thousands of drunkards hate been cured who Mr. Johnson Waal, yo' fseo do doctor have taken the Golden Specific in their coffee store on unuTULV Rirvurce believe they IF TP.KCN OURIHQ CHAH&C. QV withnt't ihetr knowledge, and tolo mo do air wnr full of deso yer own freewill. QrLfVY.flMtGErte BUFFERlHaymiBEMOlOUa II. JJ. Foley ami V. L. Wliito havo nilcro bees; 60 I'b takin' precotionagrippo quit drinking of their administration. No luirmfu-cttcagin results from its Cures guarbeen appointed storekeepers and jriiinj-er- t Kittin' 'em into de house. Harper's anteed. Semi for circular and full particulars. Ad. Oom.pn C BFADFIUD HEBUIAJOH CO. ATLANTAGA. iSj dress lit confidence Bazar. in this ilislriot. Race Street. Cincinnati, O mljjrJADFIELDS urU' -- no medicine could cure her. Her druRgitt suggested the ut of Dr. King's New (tr Contumption; she bought a bottle and tu her lie- I13I1C found herself benefited from first dote Mie continued its use and after taking ten bottles the louiid lircl( kound and well, new dcus her own homework and is at well a she ever was. 1'n.e trial bottles of this Oreat Discovery at A It. I'en-Sdrug More; large bottles joe and it, Diw-ovcr- y nt A ' Duty to Yoursolf. m?mwmMnL.. y$& It is surprising that people will use a common, rtliu iry pill when they can secure .1 vuliuM for the same n.oney. Dr. Acker's Knglitli ills arc a iiositit o cure for sn.k headache and ail i iver troubles The? art tina'!, sweet, iily taken and do not gripe. ForsalebyA. It. Fenny. When you nrvd a inild laxative you should have a medicine that will act on the liter and kidneys us well as the boweli. Ileggs' Vegetuble Liter - - Happy U7Bpfcl W MENSTRUATION REGULATOR .rv fsm " ifliL f.tMUJ:VhV ...Uiwllrundonana itt CrrClP' ri" O' -J-- r MO 1 ' Ut y ct Sri-urn- 'i Lve Falmouth.. . 9 13 Arr Covington. ... o 3J Arr Cincinnati. 1045 On theMaysville llranch, No 9. leaves I'atit fill 4TH AVENUE, jt 8 00, a m and No. n, at 5 45. P rn, arriving at Maysville at 10 3$, a in, and 8 io, p m. No LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY, 10 j,ij m. arriving ..,..). meujileaves a .ttaysvillc at aris at 7 at s and arr Ives at Paris at 4 15, p m. Thei The Nobbiest & Most Stylish trains are uauy except ?uuuay. Stock of No. 4 j leave Lexington 10 ot am: arriies I'aris 10 0 am; except Sunday No. 8 leatesCiucinnati 5 10 pinjarrive Falmouth 7 10 pm j except Sunday 1 No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6 00 am ; arrives Clncin-na- ti 7 55 am; except Stindav 1 run's daily between Lexing. Train Notes ton and Cincinnati. No runs daily between Cincinnati and Lexington Ever brought to tho city ol Louisville, now open Nos a ami 6 make connections at Winchenter ornointsonthcN N & M. V. Ky including the IMPORTANT -- Tramsof this line now arrive KNOX & JOHN D. STETSON &C0'S. HATS at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all poiuts North, Kast and West. And alto my own importation of English Hats Through tickets and baggage checked to any and Caps An elegant line ol Canes and Lyon's destination reached by a railroad. Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Fine ,,F,,r frL,J?lri,leu,a" """dross nv agent ol the Co. K. II. IIACON. s. F. II. MORSK, Traveling Pass g'r Aet., Oen'l PaisVrAgl.. SEAL SKIN SAGQTJE3, CAPS, Lexington, Ky, Cincinnaii, O. W. L MUNSON.Trav Cincinnati e Gloves and other Kurt, a specialty. Orders H.U. HUN1INO ION(5en?ral of city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaranGENKRAL OFFICES: teed Don't tail to urdcrn NOllllV HA1 i.yt Chamber ol (. oinmen.e lliuldin, Ciminnati, O a tnr a ni a m a m 3 AS V m a m 4 p m a in 5 j6 p rr. a mi 6 v p ro a ml 6 38 p m ..v. 4ain. 1 II AT world-renown- 9 -No. out-sid- n t VI a. j3. - -- j