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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890021801 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.XVLT. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. JUNCTION CITY, BOYLE COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1890. -- NO. 106 ')' tr !k MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Traveling Through the Rockies. Lab Vkoas, N. M., Feb. 10, 'DO. fcoine snakes were killed near here a A Missouri itinn, who has been mar- -' A new bov at It. A. Ilurnsidus in- I)K.rt Imkiiioic Las Vegas is 0,400 few days ago. Were killed it is not ried !t8 years, has at last applied for a his family of children to eight. treason nbove the level of the sea. It is truly F. Hudson and T. H. Walker unusiml ior people to seel'.') snakes, but high and dry. About thu only signs that divorce, because nil that time he bad to do tho washing nnd housework. The have been to lloaty ville on a speculative killing i dill'erent. it ever ruined around here are the green .Mr. W. M. McAfee was willed to worm will turn. tnp. furrows washed in the sandy nnd grav-- i Mr. W. II. Higginsand Miss Mattie of Thomas I.eliHtion Thursday hy n telegram anMiss Nellie, daugjitei oily land. You would be surprised to gone to Louisville to enter nouncing the death of his brother, Mr. seethe number of large and substantial Ingram, daughter of Mrs. Taney Ingram, Johtiston, has C. F. McAfee,, of heart disease. both of this place, were married Tuesday School. houses to be found in theso Western Pun-da- y The local option ipiustion in Linat tbo residence of tho bride's aunt, Mrs. .Mr. lluiison, wholectuicd hero It seems nt llrst thought to aftornoou on temperance, never coln county was of much interest to tbe be ti waste of money, but each place has Addie Ingram. Somerset Kepublicnn. Squire Masic, the Aberdeen manipto his good work in Lin- whiky men here, who are of course le- - n large territory over which to do busionce joirhig at the victory of the "wots." coln. Hut he got his kv all the Hinie. ness and big stocks of goods have to be ulator of matrimonial knots, has made It was reported here Ninilny Hint a S.l.VJ couples happy, for a while nt lenst, It. K. Mcltoborts, it. Kitinninl. II. C. kept. 1J) years thnt be Kantl'man, Jo 1. .Similiter, W. h. and font train on the C. s. had a collision has plnycd that A few Indians and agtcnt many Mexi- in the .W.hii W. Miller, bought of II. T. Noel with a freight train north of Chuttanoorole nt the favorite Gretna Green for cans in this section. The are called eight Middlosboro loin for which thev ga and theengineer anil fireman of the Greasers, I suppose because tbey look Kentucky couples. Hisenger train were killed. paid $10,000. iiu luiveMieiMijem ior a wile, in n so dirty and greasy; anil oh! bow they The remains of Mr. George Dunn, of is out in a Ion;: card anI). F. Tlllett do stink. The scent of the African is Colorado paper, brought such a heavy at i nouncing himself a candidate for county whom many good words have appeared mild in comparison. They live in adobe ....!l iu ll me tuiveriiser, I'aul White, iiiiiii prosperous nmchnmn, at Bocky Ford,i! When ho and the republican in the I. J., passed through hero en judge. biickj houses, very small nnd candidate meet you may look lor tbo fur route to Brndfonlsvllle for interment. haidly ever over one story. Theso mud Col., tbat he had to convey it from Deceased was tht father of our ostinus-ter- , to lly. bouses, when well built, are said to be postollioe to his ranch in barrels in who has much symiwthy 'in bis young lady Miss Mattie Champ, tin Until Wc- pleasant abodes. Tbe walls being 22 in- his farm wagon. For a month Jie has so time of sorrow. lKxirdcr at the college who Iim ches thick, the occupants are but little spent his evenings ionising his corresA few days ago a pour tree in the ill with measles, Ac, in, wo are glad to all'ected by bent or cold. Tbo covering pondence, and he has not yet made a It. II. Unison it con- yard of Mr. James Calvert was In full is also of mud. choice. This shows how anxious the Mate much better. bloom and the bees were out calling at fined to bin bod. htrenins here are very sninll; and even average woman is to marry. V. II. ltico hits contracted with tbe ouch blneMiMi. A few days latr Icicles those known as lurge rivers, altho' their In its report of the marriago of Prof. Walter A. Wood Harvesting Maeblno from tbe eaves of his residence envelop- beds are wide, have precious little water M. G. Thomson to Miss Ida B. VanArs- ('uiHUiy as general traveling agent and ed Kiltie of thu blossoms making rare in them, except when the snws of the iihiu, inu uarrotisuurg uemocrat savs- At ,.. . n a, BMHn in in went on duty Monday. Success to you pictures beautiful to behold. Rockies are melting, and during heavy After the ceremony an elegant wedding The case of B. M. Neal, charged with in verv respect, Howard. rains. Thotsedo sometime come, tho' hrtiakfast was served. The bridal pros- -' bigamy, to be tried nt Ml. Vernon, Mo., Measles, nioaslrs, iiieHslw. all over seldom, and when it rains it pours; and cuts were numerous and handsome. The bus not been culled ns was Muted in town ami tbe doctors buiy writing .often the rivers change their channels couple left for Huston ville, their future for stimulants to brtug them to some newspapers. (Juite a number of and cut across the prairies where they home. The bride is a graduate of Daugb- -' Wc have been crowded the past week. ters College and is regarded as one of thu tho surface. Stanford, we hope, will not witnesses, I understand left here Mon- are little expected. day for Missouri, and the dial is set for brightest young ladies ever graduating InW under hiicIi ditllcultlus. Weather is exceedingly pleasant. Not I think. ' James Wheeler, of circuit court noShe is moreover OT.-! a cloud is to be seen. Thu atmosphere from that 1 WAvCvJtiaM CVaULWh WIIcvvyXm toriety, and who had a nwi" to bead the is so clear that one may see t0or."0 miles an extremely popular lady and bases- - WywAwwCVUMj FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. court docket hero for M years, died last perhaps more, with tho naked eye. This tablished nn excellent reputation as a It. 11. Crow bought of J I). Walker week, leaving a snug little estate amountShe has been teaching for gives rise to many optical illusions for teacher. sometime in the college of which her ing to about $'26,000. His case before it brood mare for f.'OO. instance: an object may bo five miles James Dudderar bought of George away when it doesn't seem to be two; husband is principal. Prof. Thomson tbe tribunal which he now stands in L,css 3 front of cannot be continued on account Abraham, Hi cotton mules at 570. and a mountain whose top you think represents n Clnrk county family of fine "Weeks. Johnson, of Boyle bought of It. D. could be reached in two or three hours, 8tnding and is a gentleman of superior of absent witnesses. Circuit Court closed last Friday even- IjOgun a lot of fat cattle at cents. would take half a day. Thu scenery scholarship, having nccpiiredn high posi-- l The average ot Thursday's sale of ing, tbe grand jury returning about .HO since we left Trinidad, Col., has been tion ns nn educator. Their many friends' Olie-tllir- cl indictments. If grand juries lookud af- rotters at Ixington was $72S for (V.t pretty tine, but not so gnd, gloomy extend cordial congratulations and good LeSS ter illegal whisky vendors with thu same head. peculiar ns along the Denver it Itio w ishes. and Cochran, of Madison, bought of Jas. Grande in Colorado. The Itockies are diligence tbat tbey seek to indict those The Room is Rented and wc must get out. Thanking our patrons Reed for President. thousands of King, of the Ivast F.nd, a combined mare not near so high and rocky here. having licensed for past lavors and hoping to see them often in the next 20 days, The of St. Louis, Mo., for :X). indictments wouM be tbe result. I haven't very much to say about Kansays that "Thomas It. lteed as a presiSilas Anderson bought in Rockcastle sas. I never thought Wc are, Respectfully, It is tbe duty of the miimigomctit of much oj the State. steers and heifers at 'Tis truo there is some fine laud within dential candidate standing on a platform tbe College to encourage and assist in IS head declaring that the 'majority must rule' every jiossible way all those who have 10 toll.'t. her borders, especially in the Southern Thu largo flouring mills of tbo Terre part, but the greater portion is ro level would sweep the country." energy built up the by their means and Well, the republicans need a new institution. This rule should also apply Haute Milling Company burned. and almost devoid of timber of any kind. broom; why not try Heed nnd see if he to all institutions. "Ix-- t the bread be $100,000; insurance $10,000. Fine crops are often raised, especially of Originators and Promoters of Low Prices, Stanford, Ky. Itichanl Gentry and F. P. James corn, but who can raise corn nnd make (could not elect himself by counting all cast K)n the water," Ac. republicans absent from tbe polls as -- Lincoln John Miller save ho can't bought from John Majors, of Anderson anything at 10 cents per bushel, the pricu present and voting. county, 17 iiead of mules at $100. understand why tbe old drunkards who ! nt which it is now selling? In the wes- Tl...t ti.nni.i l... i,.. nni,. .w,:u.. ....... "F.ditor J. M. Itichardsoii, of the Glas- tern part of the State the farmers don't " J vote for local option, aie railed prohibi A couple of elegant rooms on Lancaster Street, for Heed to sweep the country. tionibtsand tbe sober man, who believes gow Times, put $1,010 in a doing any good, but find itj suitable lur offices millinery or bed. rooms.- Hut Heed declnring that the majority in the legal instead of the illegal sale of stallion nt the Bnisfleld sale Friday. hard even to eke out a miserable existW'.G WELCH. Win. Arnold sold last week to Price ence. Some pretty fair towns nlong the must rule would be a sight for gods and In the corporate limitt of Rowland. spirits, is called n whisky man. Hight on the you are, John, and yet this is commonly Hudson, of New Orleans, 4'J mules for. Santa Fe, the best thro' which 1 came men. Ten years ago ho insisted themn-joritII J. DARST, Rowland. 8 y right of the minority to override anavertigeof $H2..'I0. liicbmoud Regis-er- being done. Newton, Hutchison, Lamed and This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen apd until the majority wns present others not to trespass on our lands without perCharles Doty sold his Saturday. Harden City. The only snow I've seen and voting. Brastlold's sale closed mission, as all such u ill be prosecuted to the fullmare to Yatea Hudson, of ! est extent of the law Signed: During thu week 400 horses were Fold at since I left Richmond, was iu Kansas. In 187(t ho supported the lepublican forSUX). Mrs. M. H. Hill has nn average of 56sr) nnd n total of $2'H,- - Only two or three inches deep, though T. J. HILt, GEO. D. HOPPF.R, schemes for seating Hayes, who was J.M. McKOIIEHTS.JR. M. S. HAUOHMAN, T. H. Wai.to.v. farmed to L. K. Rogers, of Boyle coun'ty 00."). weather was cold. ROUT McAUSTER. I.E BRUCF. Fifty Dollars for a Reward in a popular minority of several linn- - I will payconviction of any un.iuthorued informa- S H SHAVKF, S.H. DAUGHMAN, person of Givons, Carter it: Co., Lincoln conn tion on her bay stallion, George McCirnth, by MRS. HENRY HAUGHMAN. A M FEI.AND J Whether the chemise is in fashion or ('n" thousand, nnd who could only E.T PENCE. lOHN W HOLMES,. ty, bought in this county this week 10 ritiinus. An I'ltimuscolt, Pappoose. Timber or Dam- A j HAVDKK, P C. PARHlsH, (Vr. tain control of the electoral college by Found Cutting years oM, raised by Weed Smith, ilmi aged mules at an average of $!K. Jullico not Mrs. Laugtry wears one. n V. HOI Mts Or T W LOGAN. aging any Improvements IOSH ADAMS PHILI1ERT RICHARDb Utility tiers don't make her bodice fit fnuuJ- town, sold at Iexingtoii lust week-fo$V News. It W l.AINFs J ll McKlNNRY. In LSS8 Heed supported Harrifon who On the follow ins propertj Mrs SMlriRr IRWIN, It. G. Stontjr has refused an of- badly, for if ever there was a woman 000. JOHN I, LYNN. Col. Mrs AI IC had 100,000 less votes than Cleveland, JOS. PAL LOU. Til K.FR 'Ihe lirmtat Highland Icnowii as V A Cash's, Henry Tevis, a painter and one of fer of J.SO.OOO for his famous stallion, Bar- whoe clothes did lit as if she were meltIlastin Heirs', Hutchison's, ed and poured into them she is the hap- and only obtained n majority in the elec- TimI'. Vouns, 1. h George ilaugh's, placc.W. Ter-oung's n acre H. the most respected colored people in on Wilkes, 2 IS. hyGeoige Wilkes. Parpy creature. Her chemise were of the toral college by fraud. '; Win llit W. , IIalchun's 40 acre farm, town, wnsarrustod by Marshal Hamilton is Now s. At Co The republican is distinctively freeman nd R K l!rren' umber tracts on IIucW Sunday night and lodged in jail, accused J. W. McVhortr, of Casey, bougljt finest lawn in rose, inauvo or blue, with tho beneficiary of party tbo minority rule. It Crick, 307 acres, JoJin Turnbull's, 517 acres, lohn linv white soots unon them: tbe neck lliahananV, 301 acres, M.J. Harris", 00 acres, II. of stealing two pairs of pants from It. in tbo Wuat Mini 22 hwid of lms no n'Kanl for popular wishes Powers', too.acres John Anderson s, 14 acres, Me win just prepar- cattle at $a and 2 tlllios at was shaped to lit her shoulders and an 11 Itatson's store. Freeman's 800 a. res, Passed at the polls. Two out of the Wash Harris' 517 acres, Tobin's farm. Ilrv.m voke set in. High upon onc Rnbinson Mill tract, ing to skip, having mm arrested Sntur- $ UK) and I7.V Iaft,8t n'Plicaii presidents were Kidd'sfarm, Joel I'etrey's farm. A Ciixch's larm, lliro Hen Tom J. Hammond has bought dur- side were the interlaced L. L and thu Ridce, oo V. dnv and turned loose by the Mllce judge presidents and were inaugura- - rr Collin' farm, on liUdc Miller's. aires, auo aire. Henry 44J 500 lmrrols of corn. n,r.... ,.!.,.,.. ' nrti... ii.uir .1., liu ul.!,.l. .minority ing the past week "until he could look up tbolnw." D II. Kdmistun ot the lOSIKCt of Stephen Hutch's, 253cmtaje new depot atCrai. ted Cllieflv i'nmu trarr Str(Kl( llou.ei atres MissJulietu dill, who bHBbetn visit He is paying $1..0, shelled, F. O. B. He she has claimed for her own. In length ",.ocmiH ior me constitution ami mo Or hard, Hotel, Cottage and Storehouse at Otten- ljtnentor these would be the delight to one's ing her aunt, Mr. Dr. W. S. Klkin, tit Hhipn it to Middlcsboro. heim "ti i. .Mir nirn, fur Owners m;tiiii l'niiiilinnt licr for thev rineh almost to. tlanta, (in., forlorn time, returned to News. Ufed; give "" ,IK,ans countvithennkle.niidthe edgeis tinished ultlil , The Xows tells of n Hardin hersuhurlKiii home last Friday evening, me second place on tne iickci, llelle. ' pounds after a simple beinstitclung.-Ul- ara viust as the Toads weie singing their turkey which weighed : PINK MOUNTAIN - -. and make the platform "Force and For- owning melodies of welcome. Clyde, being dresswl. It was shipped to LouisThe lollowing is a method to make a gerj." Courier Journal. I'wrnty miles tlie Shortest t sou of Walker !nni!miii. is very sick ville as there is not a stove in that county paste which will keep: Dissolve a tea- '"- He is the lively telegraph that it could be cooked in. w tth fever. The history of the Cunard line of a ipiart of wnter. spoonful of alum in The Anderson News saysT. K. Wells When cold messenger boy and will be unseed, we e stir in as innch flour as will steamships is remarkable. It began " bought 5 good work mules nt SI 10 nnd hope, only for a short while. it the consistency of thick cream, orations in 1SI0 and will soon complete, Capital Stock Full Paid, $2,000,000. Making direct mneitionsforin Central I'tiion Mrs. Tom Letcher of Nicholnsvillo, Cox it Wilson sold to A. Hicks a carefully beating up all the lumps. Stir hU a century of business. During thnt Home Office- jt; Fifth Street. Louisville, Ky. Chicago. Michigan Pcints, St. Louis, jack for $.")00, said to bo the is visiting the family of W. It. Mason. Ilranch Orhcc, I'incville Hotel, l'ineile, Ky. Cle eland, Iluffalo, in half a teaspoonful of powdered lesin. time not a single passenger of tho Dflroit, West, is in Cincinnati, at- lincst young jack ever in the county. Indianapolis and tho Miss Jane Walker, on the mixture n teacup of boiling lions who hnvo crossed the Atlantic in This Company owns otr Jo,co.- acres of the fin. New England, Canada, Milton, the small son of Joseph A. lying immediatetending the Conservatory of Music. Tho only est Coal, Iron and Timber wnter, Stirling it w'ell. When it becomus the Cunnrders has been lost arpmnl IMihmIIc Mrs. Kd Hood, nee Hunn, and children, Jones, left bust weok for New "Orleans thick pour in an eartbern vessel. Cover ' ship lost by this lino was tho Oregon ly New Yorlc, d of poultry. It contained of Middle.sboro, are visiting Miss Knima with a l'lnlad Iphi , Ualtimore, and keen in a cool place. When need- - anil sho was not a ''born Cunarder," but Lots Sold on Liberal Torms. Washington, Ouickest time to Harrodsburg, Franlfc rt Ky Hood. Mr. W. K. Hood, nn old nnd :i,r00 chickens, 1100 turkeys, !KX) geese ed for use, tske a portion and soften it wns purchased from another company, Location for Manufacturing Plunt of desinble Riihmond, VIRGINIA. Shortest and highly respected citizen of this county, ami 5,000 dozen eggs. Maytield Monitor. with warm water. It will last at lesst a And yet in the light of statistics like kinds furnished on liberal terms. Quickest line to L. A. Davis, of ICeeue, sold a handis lying dangerously ill at his home near these many persons, who think nothing First Coke made in Southwestern vou wish to have n pleasant jack, Bob Lee, 14 yeai. If some 10 months-oltown with kidnoy trouble. Kentucky odor stir in a few drops of oil of winter- - of traveling on the worst railroads would ltobin-soW. J. ltomansnnd family have re- hnuds 2J inches high, to W. T. Solid Trains, haegagk cars, smoking cars n"4 tn'J U03t f ships with fear K t0 Hoa green or cloves. Was made Ly this Company ne tiouu of Boyle, for $700; 70 fat butcher " ! A a fikittll t tt ti turned from (iritlln, Ga., where ho has iiintt li tint tlm out change via Chattan oga, llirniingliam, Merid . . j Uircct connections en toute tor Nnot. A Siiik Cinu ron Dki'xkbxxe.ns. A of hogs sold nt U and several lots of :.' been during the winter in search ian making railroad can give many points to ocean the ville, Asheville, Lynchburi; and points at 2J to 2f. Jessamine Jour- Kus.Man physician named IVirtugalofV de- ships. considerably imhealth. Ho returns clares that strychnine is an infallible proved. A letter from Misses Li.ie nal. 'I he first Coke Plant in Southeastern Kentucky is Illinois Board of Agriculture cure for drunkenness administered in A Petaluma, Cab, merchant found in Cinwlic. Walker and Jennie Faulkner, who are investigated the matter and reports subcutaneous injection He asserts that in bis papers recently n note of baud At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmin? visitinir in Tennessee, annonuce that has Analysis of this Cokeshousgi per cent, fixed car- ton, Chartestcii, Augutta, Macon, Savannan, that the corn ci op of tlie State cost tbe the experience of physicians has shown given him in January 1SG0. The faco of bon less lh.ui 4 iht cent ah and loss than half llruntuick, Lake Cit) rhotnasttlle and FI.OKI-I)they will return home this week. Mrs. ofone per cent sulphur. intg. and that its value the cure to bo ns rapid us it is certniu. it called for with tt per cent n month The only line running solid trains uith choi o Joe I. Saudi fur left Saturday morning to producers $(S,272,S72, 8,n:(i n clear The idled of the strychnine solution is interest compounded monthly if not only Pullman llotidoir or Palace Sleeping Curs to Jat k ,!() in the market is spend a week with her husband at without Iron Ores of Exceptional Purity sonville bugeaife changt lor any class of passena. bountiful crop, gers or to change the craving for drink into pos- - paid, lie got a number of sharp Her two daughters nlso left loss on a singlenearly nnd and Timber of all kinds Selma ami .Montgomery. Huntsville, Decatur, $10,000,000. There crop at that, of aversion, nnd this change is effected countants to figure up the present viilue Florence, Memphis and AUKANSAS poshis last week to visit their friend, Miss Alva for the farmer. lands of this Company The Tbey in a day. After treatment of eight or ot" tho note with interest. The icsult Are found on the is no protection Shortest and quickest to Anniston Selma, MoKevil, who resides at Princeton. Company will begin selling lots on thelirstday bile Direct lonnertions m ide ut NEW OR aro taxed to death to support tbo "pro- - tendavsn patient may bo discharged, was startling SS.OSHl.ttttT.'.lO. of February iiest LEANS without omnibus traniftir for GuUesttn, Houston, Austin, Tbo women of .Spicknrdville, Mo., tected" class. l'he strvehnino is administered by dis OKFICKKS AND DIUECfORS J. "W. Allen, of Lincoln, sold to solving one grain iu '200 drops of water There Is a snow blockade in this nnd armed with went on the TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. t.nsS Uav. President: e Wood & Fnrris, of tho county, i. :0 short and injecting live drops of the solution mountains, but in the Sail Francisco jrn"'."- - " he.""f7, ' i ... II. V LovliiB, hatchets and stones, closed up a The only through line to Jack.on and Vick.bur.. Co ' ?.tf L... makinK dire. I sonne. nonl uiRikets thero are ripestrawberries, green dent of theCrH., of Chicafo,KulrVu.t conducted by Drury Davis. They yearling cattle at $20aud --'0 calves nt $lo. everv 2 hours. Journal of Health. III . John II. tor Dallas Fort vniwt 0lnmb'iu transfer -. and pom,. , Worth & Antlorson have nlryyuly begun peae'.string beans and line, fresh cucuin' Au.t... San Anfuu,, Kl chopped down the door, demolished tho Funk Conn , IW.M o. ,h. -- A dog sliow umior tno auspices oi mr8 and all other sorts of fresh, ltoVrdVTrade furniture nnd emptied the liquors into contracting for next year's wheal crop. TEXAS, ARIZOMA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. ' Urady, owner of They bought this week of J. C. Cald- tho Westminster Kennel Club, is in ve,etnb,es and salatls the gutter. Hamilton For thruugh rati surrect comity maps and full l,o0( ork. dearly R R Co and of tko Louisvillo liunkinu C. the pioperty threatens to prosecute theso well and C. C. Fox "J50 acres at 70 cents piogres.s at New - CWrf Atior. tniermattoA Mtll on Agent at Junction Citv. Ky . N. v L DJ"-C- oleman, Hush & Co., Louisville,. Ellb and most of them with rllAN'K V WOOLLEY. Brnddreas female Anarchists and it is hoped that per bushel. Wood & Farris bought of docs are i.reseut. lvstill Springs properiy, "X'lViW'lWdent of Deimw Iaws & Ca. 'i'mv Pais. Ajjt., Lexington. Ky US yearling cattlo, weigh- - r.wri. Is often told in song and story. have bought the a..t J. 0 Johnson . D G. EDWARDS . .a C.C. HARVEY they w ill be severoly dealt with r ,; 11..H",.-,, , t! P.VT.A., Clly of ,.oult. AdTliuy are value.1 all the way from $100 to wlncli inciu.ie.s fuu acres ot mountain iron W. M. .Stout, n former Danville eiti- - ingl"."i lbs., at :'.J cents.-Danu nan O ,nv lan.I, lor f;iu,iiuu, etpi.il 10 casii. ll)0(0 vocate. 7en, died nt Orlando, Fin. I j MUST BE j s. ' VACATED MARCH 1ST, 1 (sun-drie- d Just Three More Weeks toe Stock is V J Ix-e- , Bid Farewell to Stanford Como WnuG - - unbnkm. prts-criptioii- rt Awauaaa ' At Astonishingly Low Prices. than Cost for than Wholesale Prices. j j Dry Goods, Staple as Gold, at More '-'J Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps for Everybody at bar-room- s, Globe-Democr- at S. L. POWERS & CO., For Sale I - FOR RENT. -' j Twenty Building Lots 73-- tf POSTED. l'l-tilli- Bry-antsvil- $50 HjSWAKIJ ob-Ai- ul j r - r QHHtEf - 1 -- Milli-r's- . 1. rv-- ' I "' .- .- " 0I' Iron and Coal Co., - op-giv- de-t- ld ' mil-I'o- ur Boston, car-loa- d KNEW tlDllJLllIlAVR, 111 n, " year-lingstee- rs At Fixieville. 'The tOAVKlDLICrA . A $-- 00 Mid-dlesbor- o. o war-pat- h club-Hous- ' 1 1 pio-pln- nt - ' ' tJSVtt. .rf ..ir&Vy? avfla 'd.ut P- , i . a a a a" ville - ' '"" i TLliff- - MVaftssVUt. ,lla,..tuaWUL -- J. -- rvi. ,.-- . - Sunday, Isaac Jacob, of Brooklyn, enticed Herman Koyzinsky to the latter's Interior grbwing bolder and bolder. A bill has been introduced In Congress to pension Btablo and shot him dead. Mrs. Newton, at Scottdale, Pa., has army numeral $"- n month and the de1800 ficiency bill appropriates 121,500,000 for insrrilH-- her name on the book of famo Stanford, KV., Fkhruary 18, pensions, wnich added to tho expendit by plvlnp birth to four healthy girls that ures for tho same purpose, will make, a are still living, A passenger train on the Monon P. total of $J)7,OOJ,000 for pensions the curN Is in a fair way road collided with a freiidit tram nt rent year. The surplus lo bo looted irom the treasury in short Mitchell, Intl., ninkingn bad wreck and TICKET, DEMOCRATIC killing three men. older. Kilrnin's sparring match com- To V. VARNOX For County Judge, THOMAS Tiih Frankfort liouudabout of Satur- pany pave an exhibition at Dallas, Tex., we so '' County Attorney, JOSEPH II. PAXTON; day was a edition chocked full when Be.inah struck Tom James on the COOPER; " County Clerk, UEORGE or to ' Sheriff, J N MENEFEKj of interesting matter concerning the cap- neck, breaking it. II SAMUEL M. OWENS, Jailer. ital city and her citizens. The press The total wealth of the United States Aseor, K. I). KENNEDY; closed, be work is very handsome and tho whole is tl I, I.VJ, 000,000, exclusive of the public V r M Cj.ARY " Sup'tof paper piesents proof indisputable that property antl $:if0".KI.000,000 property in" Sureyor, HARRY A EVANS; " Coroner. ARCH CARSON. Mr. George A. Lewis has a splendid out- vested and owned abroad. fit for his business. We congratnlato Ed Johnson nnd Jim Butts felt the him on the complete success of his mam- halter draw, with poor opinion of tho The result of the election was a comlaw, at Perry, Ga., Friday. They murplete surprise to us. Everything seem- moth number. dered a man for his money. towards another prohibition ed to point A below: Senator Urkckinihixie's joint resold Dr. C. J. Walton has assumed charge victory. That side was making Hercu- tiou session beyond tho to extend the lean efforts and the whisky men 6eemed constitutional limit of GO days was de- of the pension department of Kentucky ' ood wool oO, careless and already bowing in humble feated Saturday because it failed to re and wilj run it without change in the Drown clerical force for the present. wool JJea ver Over- submission to the inevitable. Imported ceive the necessary majority. A public sale of lota was held last S f Sin.it.fi v i ami pulpit orators were making bous ....-..- . ho yw V V vv speakers .,. n Z .' . VJ j Ttio matter will come up tigain in a day ' ui anJrl Mondav and Tuesday at Big Stone Gap, a, i t the welkin ring day and night and the or two, when tho s after t Va., and 140 lots were sold for lection seemed to one who was not on swearing that they will ne'er consent which was an average of $10 per front the inside of either party's affairs to be will consent to an indefinite extension. foot. won in advance. This was our judgbeen ever thus. The Maryland Senate passed the desire and consequently It has ment if not our bill. Should it become a law we gave utterance to tho faith that was LEGISLATIVE GOINGS. five of the six Congressional districts in in us. Satisfied after considerable study wp.n.h. dual. vnnnh'PA ,i com- of we The bill to prohibit first cousins from that State are made, it is declared, surely of tho subject and much observation that is of We high license thoroughly guarded is a marrying passed the House Saturday. democratic. on A law has been enacted to authorize reduction of Anderson, of Kansas, introduced n more effective factor in tho county to vote on bill in the House appropriating $2o0,000 were the acknowledged evils that result from the people of Russell goods prohibition. we for tho purchase of a residence in, or prohibition as usually apliquor, than Goods, Shoes, J Is Hills for the benefit of School Dis- near, Washington for the president of plied, we could not accept the latter dog-itrict, No. 21 and 1!) and (50 in this county the United States. i nnd did not feel enough interest in 1. ..-ll- . Ik have been presented by Mr. Warren. flnOlflot n The bill to admit Wyoming into t)ie luu uiuntir iiu uinitu u 4i.1it tij,nw ...v. fcv f i... i i lien uov. uucKner birhs me uiu Union lias been favorably reported. It . many Koou iiiuii m, mo . l" ' has DS.OOO square miles mid is as large as tliia ronann. ns wi ' ""' "v n).ar ininn cigarettes to a person 18 years old or un-- i Delaware, New Jersey, New York and before, we took no part in the der. have said contest, and cared nothing personally A. Mr. Creech has presented n bill to Kentucky combined. The Supreme Court of Alabama docs about the result. We have therefore no provide for repairing and keeping in reexultation to make or excuses to offer pair the public roads of Rockcastle count- not believe in sparing the rod and spoiling the child. It bos just decided that The majority has spoken quite decisive- yC. A. BENEDICT & CO., scholars if thoy ly, and believing in its right to rule, wo A bill to permit wives to testify in teachers mny flog their as cheerfully submit to its decree as we all except their confidential relations do its without malice or immoderation. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, did when prohibition was carried three against their husbands passed the SenA firo emanating from tho boilor-rooTANTORD, KY. years ago, and hope that the wisdom of ate. of a lunatic asylum, near Little Well drilled ta rtr ami iamp (armikttl that decree will be fully demonstrated. A hill to establish a State Normal Rock, Ark., caused a loss to tho building factory price. The question is settled for three years at School at Jackson has passed the Senate. of$."A),000. The inmates were removed least. Let every true man now try mor- It appropriates $10,000 for the building without fatal result, after n hard tussle. JAS. (J. GlYltNS. WM.AVKBS al suasion instead of legislation to make and 54.000 vearlv for its support and The Senate bill for the ascertainment men sober nnd better. of the mortuitKe indebtedness of the AY11E3 & GIVENS, maintenance. all executions of country was passed by the House after The bill requiring inAttorneys nt Law, The reports in tho Judge Jackson death penalty to take place within the being amended so as to provide penalties vestigation case is in the nature of a - Louisville, Ky. of tho peniten- for refusing to auswerquestions relating 327 Fifth St., There is a majority nnd n minority walls of one "or the other Myers cast- to indebtedness. Shrtvt lluildint report and a supplemental report be- tiaries, was tabled, Speaker ioi yr ing the deciding vote. Isaac Sawtell cut off his brother's sides. The two first agree that the The bill making it a misdemeanor to head and hid the body in the woods JAS. C. GIVENS FRANK MAMMON judge erred in turning the convicted the head is still ? loose, the majority re- draw or point a deadly weapon at nny where it was found, hut prisoner, Mazzini, s sliort-pant- s or not, nnd missing. This hsppened in the Godly JSoys' long-pant- s GlYESS 8. HERIHOH. proposing to excuse tho judge and one, whether it be loaded port making it a felony to 6hoot at any one State of .Maine and Isaac was moved to REAL, ESTATE, the latter believing that he was not ac- from ambush, whether the person shot the deed by desire to obtain his brother's tuated by any corrupt motives. The - at is injured or not, passed the House. estate. majority report says that tho practice of 10 an ncro nt Committee on constitucost The House Prnrwriv that Scocht Town Lot,Cal. Iron autl Timber remitting fines after part of the line and sellor told on Commimon, Corrc.jHjndcutr paid, while it may be tional Convention reported a bill yester- Big Stone Gap, Va., in 1SSS, is now costs had beon olicited uiyr ing nt the rate of $15,000 per acre. At a,,l,,,B ",B lawfully doue, is rather a dangerous U'e mepractice. The minority report thinks it rranKiori. on inu ursi juusimy in oej-- I Middlesboro the land that tho American unlawful ntiil flnncmrmiR nlfin. Tlio nun. tember. The members are to be elected Association gave $00 an acre for is changAuKu8t and from the ing hands which makes the acre price plemental report says the governor prob-- ; the firet Monday Capital to Build Houses to Rent. ne districts that representatives nie $85,000. ably went beyond his power in interfer- A ptrminfnt investment for a lew er. with r A telegram from Marshal Mirell, ring in any matter connected with the ample ccuntr. Inquire at thl otfiee. A 1),!l hfts l)asse(1 tho Ss"ate which Jacksonville, Fla., says: "W. B. Saunjudiciary of the State, but thinks he was actuated bv the best of motives in can. i "bids the loaning of funds by fiducia- ders, one of my bravest and most deputies, was brutally assassinaI ing attention to those seeming inegtilar-- nes on personal security aiono or tue inJudge Jackson's court. Tho mi-- vestment of such funds in the securities ted at Quincy, where he had gone with hies in ! nority report is signed by W. 1$. Smith, of any railroad that has not been opera- myself and other deputies on official Lot on Main Street in Stanford. Henry Mason and W. M. Smith, and the tion for five years without defaulting in business." The bill passed by the Senate SaturContaining t I ioacie. idiotic supplemental report by McChord, any payments or in nny town that has iim?Ec" iiS,'KV"'i ""V "HMooddiioaiet, men a.Scroluli, I'Ker. I'imnlei I'licrated Tdtn.i defaulted within five years. ,n day appropriating $2,500 to pay the A ioi "" ' Cox and Adams. The lSo pages of type ' Land, 51 of a rKRS,t"e monipleawnt to c,,M,,i l iM Iron tonic. Iture Dvidcmu Acres . .. ha vi vl i? Mr. Warren's bill to allow condut- fees, alleged to be due Porter, was or- - . writing report of tlie evidence . l ts On Crab Orchard pike. " i Harrison anil Fishback, in Indiana, l"Lrr " .. (fAlUhTS WOKM SVin.'P i. dered printed and the matter made a lors " nown ta ical nn, .", reliable. the meJ w.u..u to confer police powers on them while turns out to be a gift pure nnd simple, Columbus Bugjry, nearly now, and per profeion and therefore recommend, itwlf It.. Mn, ,., i. f,., i. o,:,i, ,.!.. iui hvj -- uni. iu iiriiii I'ri. e ?c . bottle oiicuui wiuui tlie discharge of tneir duty, although for President Hairison, who wits one of several Chalro2 Rocliors. will lm tl.nl nnlimlv ill .H.nf,nn.i1. reported by the committee, tho legal firm. ivnrnorwHnifiomnliiin.iitwIniiilJiiil..Hifvon,uy If the land it not fold it will he for rent. Manufa lured and I ,r aie to the traoe by tl.e I or K. C. Nal Mrs. Win. T. Bradley, wife of n further information apply to W V WAI.IOX bo more particular in the was rejected, but it should not have Jackson will T ton, .Stanford WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., future not to allow his confidence to bo been. As it is at present conductors are wealthy Dubuque citizen, tell and broke every scamp who choos- - her arm while out calling. A physician at tl,e imposed on by Kohn and Parsons, both of whom have been placed in a very bad es to make himself a nuisance or trv to gave hor chlorofoim and whilo'operating on tho broken member, the lady swallow light, the latter especially, since he was force a free ridt ml itn .'iriifipiiil tooth, which caused of tlie court. an officer NEWS CONDENSED our hog with D n t iKk'e. t fe d.nj denth whije in the chair. -- Gov. Bucknor, alter respiting John It is sent out from Ilardstown that Henry Watterson was ."0 years old EC Sfas'g, J of Circuit Judg'j Rnssell sustained n de- Sunday. Green, the negro wife murderer, 1 murrer to an indictment for selling lidie at Georgetown, to Charles Co flee stabbed Loge Coffee, quor to minors nnd declared the law un- another negro, fatally at Dunville. SIlUll be n tn smnnhi Inn finally determined to commute ni constitutional, upon the ground that the and, !(. Cook has been appointed post- th sentence to imprisonment for life act, strictly construed, would forbid a master at Faubush, Pulaski county. There are doubts of his sanity, and that minister from administering the sacraA company has been organized to was the reason of the coiiiinutatioiu ment or a physician from giving liquors build a $30,000 Tho Sultan of Zanzibar is dead. Ho at l'ineville. in sickness. Wu hope there is some miswns the artful coon who joined the EuOccur II. Burbridge, a brother of tho Oils, School take about this. Surely no man of com- notorious Stephen, died at Paris, aged ropean powers in an agreement to abolmon sense could hold such an opinion. (59 years. ish tho slave trade and then kept on first-clas- s Senator Stanford's degree of L.L.I). selling slaves nt HO per cent, advance. HOG POULTRY REMEDY to do John G. Pl'm.iam, who has conducted His brother, who He was a liimticier. the Harrodsburg Sayings in a most cred- from a Tennessee college has cost him workman-lik- e him, is of tho same type. succeeds itable manner, hnssolditto James P.Spil-ina- thus far 51,000. Very A Lexington woman was frightened A firo broke out in the wholesale whom he characterizes as a young In a nteit betwien disosuc, which dry goods store of Farwell tt Co., Chica- by an elephant at a ciicus Inst summer and thi c rrmed, which iitmu nature to deUro up, build gentleman who is in every respect entiand last week gave birth to a child whoo tled to the support and patronage of tho go, and caused a loss of $.300,000. .Mrs. Porter, a Nebraska woman, head is as near like an elephant's un can people.. Mr. Pulliam does not give any! Hi siijy. is a human being. It lived intimation of his own intentions for the with two small children, died on the be found on three days. Dr. Caldwell has it in alco- The .oor.cr future, but we hope he will not give up train near Knoxville of consumption. thctem ol the hog i mrtihedHRainJI the durate tho mire .ertam i the reun. Anthony confesses to 70 hol to be preserved for the benefit of Susan B. the business entirely. He is too good a and Saturday was tho anniversary of her science, newspriper man for that. IPM'IDIP, birth which she celebrated at Washing-Prevent3 Disease, Arrests DisCHURCH AFFAIRS. ton. The Manufacturer's Record, published ease, Destroys Worms, IncreasThe live counties comprising Southat Baltimore, and devoted to Southern inn The V. C.T. IT. will hold a con H es the Flesh, Hastens MatuJtt fl A A dustrial railroad nnd financial matters, ern California have an area of almost at London March 7. rity. square miles larger than the State of lets no matter of importance, however ."15en.ino Bill" is tlie niune of a small, escape it. In its issue of the 15th Ohio. READIHH EVIDENCEKansas man who is k'wk to do missionA bill has been introduced in the it states that tho Intehiok Journal, has ary work in Oklahoma. vur I .irrtcl diwuie in my lard hy Senate to place one copy of the G. A. R. l.cirtly eat remed) added a new engine to its outfit. Sam JoneH is comiuj; to Kentucky to ever. It and all are well now and I(. Wa.nrw., js A. i.iirpriing. Ro&terin every county library in tho Irvinr, Ky live and will locate near Eminence. The new rules which make Speaker country. What have the people of that section I take pleasure in recomtnendlni: Una' Ho? Mt. Stalling is to have a new courtReed the autocrat of the House he Remedy to do all that it claimed, as I have used it done that they should he so inflicted? with great sitwfactlen. Jno. W. Wintr. has assumed to be, were adopted Friday house to cost $21,000. Tho dimensions Liberty, ky. The services will be protracted at the by a strict party vote. Now for jobs great will be 80x101 feet, with a tower 10t feet Methodist church here from next Sun1 find IIaa potltive preenti and Remudy a and email and a raid on tho treasury high. J. 1. UtTBTTl.KKy. day. Kev. J. H. Savage, of GeortOHii, arrcterofdUeae. Lexington, There are now in tho United States such as can hardly bo conceived of. is expected Monday, iMth, to do tlie and Canada nearly 1,200 miles of electric For ale by for tettiicoHiali. aAk T. Min CALK, Stanford, Ky. The republicans have arranged to kick street railway, completed and under con- preaching. Two events in Methodism were celefour more democrats who were elec- struction. out pacla;c;a$ lb. Wilkeep constantly on hand a large and select linejof Furniture $i.je. $.3 nJ I'riee in New York Thursday nijjht caiMtit.w. ted to Congress and give their places to Tho boiler of a locomotive pulling u brated and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will he as low as suchgoods are the cheapen. Mem. 'Ihe larjt pacsagei. men who have no claim on them except material train exploded near Pittsburg, tho centennial and anniversary of the "liogal&gy ' a pamjihlet on swiue, will be tent can he bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will he constamp. they happen to belong to the party Pa., killing three men and wounding Methodist Book Concern anil the 70th to any addrct on reeeipt of HAAS.V S., that JOSKl'H anniversary of the Mibsionary Society. in power. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. several others. IndianapvlU, Ind io Sew-Weekly Journal The raid is ou and tho raiders are -5 m MAIMI IE LEAD W. WALTON. I fi LOW 'PRICES. 11 e k approach our prices means liuin, Oar prices speak plainer than words, and explain whij are busy at this usually quiet season. ,)fatiy have me opportunity seiaoin presented secure excellent u.vaiwa lacjnseivas and high grade goods at the prives of medium and inferior articles. 'hat remains of our winter stock must and. will out at UNHEA'RD OF PRICES few of which you will find - two-thir- record-maker- jlleii's all Chin cnlla Overcoats $7. worth $12: men's uuercoats in blue .sj, worth $S; all and imported coats 10, worthS 15: all men's, and. Child rpn'x mill ou cents on dollar as , heavu nt We are Compelled to Truiifts, tj'c, at IVlake Room n bought last For the large amount Clothing plete line Carpets. This department r cadi: for the Sprin trade. pride ourselves the extensivencss of our line, thn quality of our goods and the vat icty of patterns. Never before fine offered at the will give you in Dry sacrificed prices la and. Laps, A- 1 ... 1 , "" l"-""- "-- THE LOUISVILLE STORED ,?, Stanford, Main M. SALINGER, IVX.&N'AGER. CLOTHING ! dog-fal- l. NICE AND NEW a nice lot of these goods in Plnevillc, Kentucky. unuaren Suits, suits, men's suits, sacks and frocks. uf "-- " ." Wanted. have reocived dium weights. ', STAGG & McROBERTS. efli-cie- 1 1 FOR SALE -2 The Great Remedies mi.i ,l.i., u,.:i t, I''r l13 .... yl of ..,.., J Delays Are QangeroaSiXfa" A AS' lu-- r TC" c.n-detun- thru-tinifs- , DE. JOS. . Jfaviii purchased the interest Mr. will conduct the business at the old stand, where leased uniitv all new patrons from a former Books, Wall Paper, Jewelru ICE! WUiuiiiKbtirjr,K.v. opera-hous- e Full Stock of Drugs Paints and Silverware at low prices, for goods. I have a good Jeweler, ready style. aid jewelry repaits in n, watch the best respectfully, W. B. MoROBERTS. Time Every SEW FURNITURE STORE! MACK IBfWFMAiX 1 veil-tio- 4,-0- 5-- - t . fr Sr" two-cen- t, & iiii' Hi mtttriiintmtain, ,,Jk'.i.:., - .... fr if i4.." Semi-Week- ly i . "& Oun first nies of turnip greona cnm does not make it the proper mode of from our friend, 0. J. Crow, who will warfare or the most manly, even if it ' plenfli' nccopt tho thanks of n grateful were fair. Vhat Stnnfonl iivodn badly aro oli'u- - stomacli. Had not the proihbitlopists made their Stanford, Ky., Fkhiiuart 18, 1890 trie lights, wider works nl iin ico fnc bittor fight over the last August election tory. Tho greatest surprise comes from wo believe that the result would have We thought that tho people n.o. Mk. J. II. IStki'iikn.s will opun up a there were bo wedded to prohibition that been otherwise. They made a great nw line of millinery goods nt Cr.il) Or- they would never permit the iintis to mistake and have been twice punished for it. chard tho 1st of March. In carry it MEANS BUSINESS. Tho most reliable information from Tiik K. C. lost itH depot at Jlaukin by C. It. It. Col. J. O.ltodemerand CapU Waynesburg is that it went 10 for reA. . Com Kami nettle your account fire Friday night and J. T. IJiiiseiiborry lYnny. W. H.ypradlln nro heio looking after peal. Kzra Gooch sent us n message at 1:150 Saturday that it was 17 against at Watciiks and jewelry repaired and his store valued at ?',S00. tho interests of tho Cumberland K. Penny. warranted. A. Tho colonel says everything is in that hour. I am now receiving my spring goods, Wo asked a Highland man yesterday Tiik best place to buy drug, patent shipshape on his end and that the prosinedlcinen and toilet articles in at At It. which invite tho public to call and see. Goods, who voted for prohibition before, why My lino surpasses all previous ones I pects air Mattering for work tocominouco I'cnnv'H. there was such a great change in his Wooden at an early day. Boy your school books, ink, tabletM. bavecairitd. II. C. Ituplcy. precinct. He replied: "The people had of all 5'c. pencils and bcIiooI supplied 1aier, from A. It. 1'eniiv. I.xom Haxskoiid was arrested and gotten tired of the failure of the present Tun tlrd train from Knoxvillo paused Next door to Portman House. through the Cumberland Tunnel Friday lodged in jail .Saturday night charged law and were anxious to repeal it." PERSONAL POINTS and in conscriuonco of tho opening of with attempted rape on Bill Banghman's Tho prohibitionists formed in line and wife, hilt when the rase was called yes- marched through the principal streets of which real estatu at Middlesboro has .Mu. M. F. F.I.KI.N is just recoveriiiK terday, tho woman said that he was Crab Orchard Saturday, headed by a quite nctive. fioin the rip drunk anil only attempted to put bis brass band and a standard bearer. "Vote Mu. K s Watkiis bus been quite Bxk Stock. Art administrator of arm around her, so Judge Carson dis- for prohibition" was the inscription, but tuk for two weeks. Thomas M. Ball, deed., I will sell at pub- charged the prisoner. the majority of 7:5 on the opposing side Mas. S. I'. Kaltkii, of Lexington, has lic auction on Monday, March !J, county shows that a great many voters did not frs. M. F. Klkin. been visiting Lincoln National court day, 10 slmr.-John W. Coulkv, the do as they were ordered. (.'out. V. S. Mti.u:uand L. F. Hubble Bank stock. Tliuuiub C. Ball. drummer, has sued tho L. & X. in two In order that our readers may be able went up to Middlesboro yesterday. cases, one for J'sOO and the other for Are headquarters for to compare the vote of fc'aturdny with A inspectoi wa hero the Mu.t. J..S. Hockkk is visiting at her because of the failure of tho other day. He complimented Mrs. agent to check his trunks that were that of September 18S0, wo give the table f.itberV, Mr. A. It. Dunny, in Unrrard. below, which shows how each precinct hits been visitiiiK Courts on the arrangement of .tho oltice placed on the Lebanon platform. Misn Kva lin.MH.EV The It. C Unulley, at Hrrodts-burn- . and said there could not possibly bo any latter's excuse for not doing so was voted when the prohibition law was her brother, adopted: Plows ! Plows ! Plows objection to the millinery attachment. Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel that they were not in the proper place. AflAINSTIMO. ton mo. Miss Fax sib I'outwooh wont to Jnm-MilStanford, No. i A xi:ni:o man was chot in the fleshy Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no ..HI son of Mrs. FisiiKit, the Friday, but is expectud to return part of the ,199 "93 nrin on the train yesterday by Paulina Hays, whom she was preparing Turnrrsville... .114 I4 plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to John Burton, of Ibanoii, who was care, Highland . S3 117 Joiiv V. Stki'HCXs, of Albiuy, (la., lessly handling a pistol. The negro is to send to the Masonic Home, at 1 do good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. has disappeared and she is greatly Vaynebur;. IIJ has been the j;uebt of Mr. and Mrs. M. 324 not much hurt, but Burton deserves to alarmed about him. Ho was very much ltuttonville.... M I Klkin. Orchard. Crb bo punished for having a pistol at all. opposed to going to the Homo and said Walnut Kl.it s 4J MlVIKH MlNXIK asi Mattik DlXWIOIIIE ti 47 iaebeon visiting Mlm.es Annie and Solii Out. Mr. J. I. Jones has sold be would run away first. Mrs. Hays Kingtvillc I on Dunn. out his interest in tho store of Jones thinks he has gone to Middlesboro and Total 1,64 l6 if any of her friends should see him MiHsui It. lii.Ai'K tinitfn and Jennie Bros, to Joe S. Jones, who will proceed asks Majority.. 04 will communicate with her at Mi Kiimey wero thu KiuiJitflof Miss An to close out the grocery part of the stock, that they DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. before moving into the establishment to once. nil- Mc Kinney. Miw. KmuK Cooi.kv and hor mothur, bo vacated byS. L. Bowers iV Co., March County court and circuit court both Tin: operation known as trepanning Mm. Jnne Clyinor, stalled to INdtf, O., lbt. Dealer In- was performed on Mr. Bryant Clarke, is convene yesterday on a visit. Another girl made its appearance at Drs. proposed, by Dr. Peyton, assisted by A iikai. HsTATK agency has been estab'SijriKB ' & Mriii'iiv arrived fioin Mr. J. H. Otter's Saturday evening, lished at llarriman, Tenn., by Messrs. Carpenter, Frye, Mcltoberls and Clarke. ll.indain time to vote for Prohibition. On removing the skull they found a which makes his family (J in number-r- ! of Bicbmond, anil J. P. He iinprovutl very much duriiij; his J. levin Cobb, boys and ." girls. Crow, of this county. Tho firm is a cyst had formed under the membrane of r"ay. A. K. Oibbons and bride have retho brain and two bones were growing we take pleasure in rec t'li.uii.tK AftAMs returned from Somer strong one and into the brain. They removed the lat- turned from their bridal trip and have ommending it highly to the public, set .Sunday whtiro he had boon eontliiel from the t.tken rooms nt the Perkins House. is at the junction of tho K. T , V. ter and placud a drainage tube or more, with typhoid l'i his bed a month The celebratiau of the Ld will bo former. The patient soon rallied and has A It. with the C. S , and has a big fufever. heM on Friday night, 21 fit, at the Second since been doing Mr. A. S. Mvkus is confined to bis ture. Presbyterian church. There are some KY., Anotiicii negro got in his work at I)n-do- good speakers on the programme, excelloom with la grippe. Mr. .J. K. Brute AccoiiniNo to the law uach person who Saturday night and altho' ho claims lent music will be had, lots of pretty lias just reooverod from a sovuru attack proKsos to apply for liquor license imut Dcsiresv to call attention to the complete line he has of everything kept of the same disease. put notices of his intention ten days be- that tho shot was accidental, he is de- girls will b tl ere and a cood time a in a First-Clas- s Grocery and Provision Store. Large invoices of goods 1koi J. F. Walton and Miss Jennio fore county court at four public places in serving ofalmostascondign punishment. around is in store or those who attend. have made his stock one of the best to select from in Walton wore up .Sunday, tho former his neighborhood and one at the court- He was drunk and shooting his pistol on joine of our citizens bnve bought just received Besides 1 see his sweutheart, as usual, the latter a tho street promiscuously when a shoton-tcre- somes shares of stock in the company town. house. The judge shall then, unless the abdomen of Charley Shiveley, that has organized to boom to Mxit lior relatives. majority of those directly interested obthe town of drummer for Julius Barbourville, in Knox county. "We man ject, issue the license, but he cannot do the Mil J. 1. Joxks, a jjooil busbies see and clever Kutitlciuan, haw Ronu to Cin- so on any other than a regular county Lockhardtit Co., Louisville, and pro- no good renson why that place is not ou tllu court day. The earliest time that saloons duced a wound which Is said to bo fatal. suited for n.boom, as it cinnati with tho view of has everything He has a large lot of road for a wholusale house. can open then is March 3d, provided the Tho negro waB arrested. Shiveley is from and more, too, than its neighboring ia well conCatnpbellsville, where ho Miw. J. M. Cook, of Hustonville, has terms of tho law are complied with. towns, Pineville and Middlesboro. The nected. Miflklently recovered her serious attack location nnd the water power cannot be Skii.i. CursiiKi). Ike Lognn and anof pneumonia as to bo out of danger. Tiik city council sometime ago adopted excelled. All the place lias needed all Her mother, Mrs. Bailey, is also improv- other negro named (imut had a littU' the time was somebody with energy and Which he will sell at the bottom market price. Call and see him. "set to" in Macksvillo Saturday night an amendment to the charter increasing capital. ing they were the liquor license to not less than $.r00 and for awhile it looked like Cou W. U. Wki.ch, Judge T. W. Some believe that la grippe is connor more than 1,000. Our lepresenta and Mr. J. Carver Jones, of Kansas evenly matched. Lige Merit, a relative tagious and the following will bear them tire will be asked to authorize them to City, have been watching the Ihxiiii at of Grant, apivared on the scene, though, out in it: A young lady hero receivt.l a do so by legislative enactment and we Barbourville and l'movillo for the past and with a heavy cane struck Iogan on letter from a friend who resides in Chithe head, inflicting an ugly flesh wound trust ho will procure tho passage of the cago and in the letter she said she was few days. amendment. The people have voted to just recovering from a spell of grip and J. Moiioax .Sims, who will graduate in and breaking his skull. I.ogan fell unand remained so till late Sun- restore the license system and place the went on to tell her how she was at first medicine at the University of Imisvillc, conscious traffic again in saloons instead of drug Feb. --'.Slh, sends us nu invitation to the day afternoon ami is now in a critical and those who affected nnd how she knew alio bad it. "Model Grocery" you will find Merit was arrested ami is storesand Said she was taking by a spell of sneez commencement, which will take place at condition. a profit by it should bo made to pay for it. now in jail. Macauley'a Theatre. license law ingand the young lady who was reading Give us a high, Coffees, MilE. I Ouslkv, of Hustonville, is A man named Young, of the Highland and if it does not prove more satisfacto the letter began to sneeze and at once (juitosick, and his clerk, Mr. J no. Heid, vicinity, came to town Friday aiid on ry than the present law we will acknowl had a severe spell of Iji Grippe. Goods every is routined to bis bod with pneumonia. bis way hero beard of the small-poour error ami make due pennatice edge A Lexington dispatch states that EdCheese, Mr J- T. Craig wont up yesterday to scare near town. He was considerably ward T. Foster, a young attako charge of tho store. Tub Klkcton is over and tho prohibi frightened lest he should come in conKit. J. (i. Moo UK has sold his drug tact with the dread disease, but sumtion law is defeated by 30 majority or torney of that city, has quit the law and Tobaccos. store to Jonathan Owsley, of Lincoln moned tho rotirngo to come anyway. more greater than that by which it was will engage in raising fine chickens. He has just houcht for that purpose for 0 county. Dr. Mooro will still remain in Turning tho corner of Main and Somer- adopted. Tho table below gives the His stock is always clean, fresh, full and attractive. He carries an the old Schiville homestead, contain the store and conduct tho buhiwes for set streets he spied the weather flagsand vote by precincts, which will show tho assortment of Quceiibwarc, Glassware, Tin-a- nd Woodcnwarc. ing 8 acres, lying near that city. This way tho wind blew: Mr. Owsley. Jellico News. taking them for a sign of the small-pox- , will be the first exclusive notiltrv-rnisini- ! AGAINST TOR KLI'K.M.. Give him a call and he will make it to your advantage. Om: of the most elegant and accommo- he retraced his steps and pulled for establishment ever conducted in tho I 9 J dating men in the Country is Tom Fer- - home at a 2M0 gait. A neighbor of his Stanford, 6C tM ,1 rt 11, the stage driver from this city to informed us that he was scared nearly Hubble bo M Stanford. Ho has a host of friends "hero out of his wits and is still using preven- CtabOrcliarJ iji JOf XKW ADVERTISEHEXTs .........,..... M WulHHt Flat 64 as will s.s all nlong the line. Ijincnster tives to make assuMiiee doubly sure. Hu.lonvitlo 15) Interior Journal CALL &nd eo our now wrought ntecl mnge. HigKinfl & McKlnru-y-. j I Way-nesbur- g. waiton,bus. Manager JONES BROS., General Merchandise, I The only Store Stanford that suits the Farmer; Itnll-roa- d. 1 Dry Boots and Shoes, Fancy Groceries, Qaeensware, Glassware, Tinware, and Willowware, bo-co- HIGGINS & M'KINNEY well-know- n rosT-omc- K Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt,Xjime, ! &c. e Ixniis-ville- - MARK HABDIN GROCERIES, STANFORD, to-da- liar-ritna- n HARDWARE, &C., first-rat- n 1 1 d well-know- n All Kinds of FRESH C&.R,D27 SSEDS, K-- 8 (DILOVEim BE!1!9 It 4 Var-uo- n AT A. A WARREN'S Sugars, blind-tiger- s well-guarde- d x - well-know- n Molasses, Beans, Hominy, Rice, Soaps, Canned description, the of best Cream Preserves, Jellies, Picldes, Sauces, Baking Powders, Extracts, Cigars and $!,-10- .NV Bluo-gras- v Ni ws. .CITY I) AND VICINITY. sowkhs at Higains A McKin- - nev's. NoimiKitN seed cuts at Ilmgins A: Mr-- nne's. line of glasswaio brought to Stanford at S. S. Myers'. Tins nicobt evr A kkw Imperial Steel Plows at red tiled piices at Iliggins A: McKinney's. Foil S.M.K, a three horse power engine in good order. Apply to W. P. Walton. Lor of nlro clover hay at IJ5 cents per hundred and timothy at 10 cents at I. ' M. Bruco's. CmiTiT Coi'iiT began at Danville yesterday with an unusual light docket, the principal case to be tried being that of the Commonwealth vs. Isaac Shelby, Jr., for the killing of Liugetiielt, provided an indictment is found. Tiik young fellow, C. L. Peyton, who swindled the Middlesboro and Knoxvillo banks out ofJBl.OOO, has been mptured at Plymouth, X, V. There was a tl.OtX) reward for him. While in Knoxvillo recently we were introduced to the slick citizon by Masterrfon Peyton. Ho was in tho hitter's otlice for the purpose of consulting Mr. Peyton with reference to the title of some Knoxvillo lots that had been priced to him at f500 a foot. Ho was a handsome, beardless boy and had nothing of the rascal in his appearance. Mr. Peyton said that ho was some of his Texas kin, but we opine that he is not particular now about tracing up the relationship. Are you, Master? 1 TurncMvlltc Waynwburx (nwj.; Kinnnllle. HiKbUml -- ............. .. ...,....- - It ....-i- Jl ........ ijS ' IIS s8 M 4B AN ESTRAY. Taken up nt the oM Jaclton Steer, niton t a yrarioM, droip horns tall wbltt (i eni farm, a Red 1JUOS. Ae M& IP ENNY.9 &o QUI'" 7Vl and bush of ZDECra-GKES- T Total Majority ....... . 194 $4 i6tt WHITK JBWBLBB, $Z 'WaaaaCaaar KLKCTIO.V KC1I0KS. tiumi' attempted to board the llrfct section of freight train :H at Woodbine Friday night, but missed bis footing and A Six or eight passed over his body which literally cut him .i pieces. There were no letters on his person and It is not known who ho was. fell between the cars. Wk have received from William Heid, of Manchester, a statement of tho of the killing of Daniel K. Garrard, which do not differ materially Mr. Heid from the one we published. parties are bunting for the neadds that gro and ho cannot evado arrest long. If Hoed. ho resists ho will be shot down. the Kentucky Tribune, published at Danville by Mr. James H. Marrs, bearing date of Juno l'.'th, lSlVi, has been handed us. It is well printed and compares favorably with the best typography of this later day. The paper is full of war news and among other items is a reference to a letter from Lt. Col. John Cowan, commanding the HUh Kentucky, then in rear of Vicksburg, to his brother, Dr. George Cowan, tolling 'him of a wound in tho foot that he received by striking it against a bayonet lying in tho grass, at tho close of tho second day's tight On the 1th day of tho seigo seven men were killed including Maj. Kvans, of Garrard, and ob of tho regiment wounded. Thero are advertisements calling for men to' be raised in defeuso of tho State, and one which offers $30 for a runaway negro. Tho latter is signed by W. L A coi'V of bov-er- nl Tho vote it is obsurved is exceedingly light. Wo pioved a worse prophet than Green Clay Smith. Thero was some drunkenness but the day passed without an arrest or a fi'lit. M. 1). Hughes was an interspectator. Ho is a firm believer in ested free trade and sailors' rights. It is said that that rallying song at the was a bin factor in tho of prohibition. It was very bad indeed. A chouge of 201 for prohibition to 230 against in three years is equal to COO gain for the antis and shows a remarkable revulsion of opinion. We are indebted to S. A. Middleton, Crab Orchard, Win. Bullock, Kingsville, Hon. K. S. Gooch and others for prompt reports from their precincts. Tho preachers got knocked out again, for the second timo in the last few months. Thoy will learn, perhaps, after a while, that the pulpit and not tho rostrum is their proper sphere. Although tho people have voted to repeal tho prohibition law, tho verdict does not become ellectivo till Wednesday after tho judge, 8herifrand clerk shall have coupted the vote and certified the result. The whisky men adopted the still hunt tactics. It has several tunes proV' ed successful in this county, but that Kx-Kdit- For Sals. A DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, 2?mST - CLASS JACK, FANCY ARTICLES, &0 Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. (Half brother to Ilrisuoli unit Joe lUackburn) rising 5 yciri, otcr 13 hand hitfh and in line condition. Also a fine m irznr?& 3rv!SiATCI T . Dark Bay Thoroughbred Stallion Ity Imp. I'illH, and a inru and J.-u- THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, breeder. C R. BEI.L. Itotlc)- - place, ou Stanford & Dansille pike Tine CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ever brought to this market. Prices lower than the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Ke. paired on shortjnotice and warranted. 106-- lt court-hous- e do-fe- at BLUE-GRjSS- S A Full Stock of nurseries Grape Vine sm?ll Kruits, Aparati, Shrulisund everything for the Orchatd We employ no agents but sell direct at low privet to the plantei, A general nursery and strawberry catalogue sent on application, both replete with practical information. 1051m Fruit and Ornamental Trees, ft -- H.g.RUPLEYf- i. HII.I Lexington, Ky. Sale of Land and Personal Property. lias ins determined to o to Middlesboronjh, will offer for sale at ublic auction on 1 I Is Receiving His Saturday, March 1st, 1800, On the premises on the Lancaster pike, 3K miles I Mm Mitnioru ami jee miles irom Lancaster, Illne-Gra- ss Land, well iinuroi 117 Acres, ol good ed; 30 acres inn go in corn, 30 in alts and remainder is In grass. The dwelling and outAlso FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. ' houses ure good. 3 Morses, t Cows, 3 Calves, 40 Hogs, 150 barrels of Corn, Clover Hay, a new McCormark Hinder, iicw Wood Sulkey Ruke and Mower, new Empire When Drill, Huggy and Harness, Household and Kitchen Furniture, .Vc. If the f.irm is not sold it will be rented. Terms xiftilat I llnivn nil illli nt it 105-t- BRYANT &STRATT0N Business College Hook d ALEXANDER MOlrCi AW. Ktrplng, Short UayKtfTtltampny.Aem irrlfo fur Catalogue ami full information. I E" bUUlO VlklaK) ftf "V I "ttflSBimlnkilk'Mt'S'ifJliiJik SAA -- -- .r.lfc1. - j Vsssafalr1iiWaaiWMaMaM'flfflsss4iffi JlvJf , 4.MM TJMMKr:&ljrtii)i. . . ' iUJfrli aa'fr tiitiHfl'i' kUtLsWciK & 'ikW' i. lJAc i. Mfc i- - jtjn .. ti r'n .t.if)iii''-i- t 'i.-t VyiaYsVllASA. "V r : y Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal Pointers From "Sleepy Hollow." (To the Editor of the Initnor Journal.) You Itnvo lintl n good deal in your paBemi-week- Cnn ly Bobbltt Blows His Bugle Again. (To the Kditor of the Inlcr.or Jeurnal. Qiu'itAim: Fob. 14. Thro' 1 vour Published Every Tuesday and Friday SV2 X WM. ADAMS ." LEXINGTON, 4 been there, and don't know tho way session of Repeal, or rather refrom Duddernr's mill to Goshen? wmKamnSmmmmMKSSKJS fuse to extend, the Superior Court that I own a small farm immediately on tho the Hon. James H. Mulligan and I spoke K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. --T.-T. & old dirt road from lUumberland Gap to and voted ami si h rd against in fi Train leases Kow'atid at 7.00 a in , returning Harbourville. I want to sell it before Wild rlion 5t ell my larm of ahout Jo ai res situ desire to ,x if ivmil.l i.mw tn hn HUSTONVILLB, KY. tied about 1)4 miles north of Stanford on the t 5 jo ). m crop time, because I expect it to bo de ., were .1 Hush llranch pile, opposite the old church 'Ihcre lie extended itnottier tour vears. 11 Are still in the business and read) to do anv are ahout v ai res in wheat nnd tin, the balance vastated by the army of busted boomers, peal the board of equalization that the L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. t.ood dwelling thing IN the I'ndertjkltiu; line We hare a full of the farm ell set in liiiiilh of four rooms and kitchen rind a splendid new stock of Ca.es and Caskets tit all kinds ind Robes returning on foot front Miildlesboro and Hon. James II. Mulligan ami I ridiculed Mail train going North .. of csery descpption ......li 55 am Possession 11 Ourhearsr harti. is well watered anil femed huh is nearly !?outh . ..131pm l'ineyille nextautumn be given immediately, lor partli ulars, see J. P new can be obtained on short nonce Mr J II to death in tho Lower House in the sespm " South 39 Expresstrain llailey, Stanford, or write the tiniicrsigned nt (ireen hast harge nlrur business and will shov I would go to Kngland next season, . North 317 a m WIUFkHS our goods to an) one needing ail) thing in our 'i. sion of finunnati, tlhi but which still continues, 6 in urn Local Freight North line .t, ....5j8pm but I don't want to bo in the vicinity of because the Senate would not concur, booth.. The latter trams al.nrarrv piengers. when the financial report Make no appropriation for that grand headquarters I. M. I1KUCIS, S. O. DAVIS, The above is calculated on standard time. Solar of disbursements is llrst received from and useless humbug, the Geological Surtime u about jo tmniifs faster managers of American Mineial and vey, which I STABLE, SMC MS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ridiculed to death Township Companies ! The atmosphere in the session of establish no STANKOllD, KY. MT. VKUNOX.KY, will contain too much ozone. If I cui board of immigration; they are coming Oniee neat deer le Whitehead's Drug Stf. SPKCIAI. AflKNllONto COMMKUCIAI. my mountain farm I shall move fast enough already; sell and that Kddyvillc bought and sssid. Special Jitentiati five- - to l child ten travelers. Hersr and mul South before Oct. 1, 1S!1, to avoid wit penitentiary that I voted against in . s horsesnnd vchli le. used in llvon'. Only B fnOYALJS.W. J ncssing the misery of those rural innoYou have gone so far with that that cents who oon't teem to apprehend the I don't know whether you had possibility that the land and improve complete it or blow it up with dynamite, HARRY A. EVANs, ments in the city of mud won't bring the uive tne lommonwcaltu as many pre DII.1.IONS SV1T(II,K.Y ANALYTICAL CHEMI3T, price per foot that it is now selling at emptnry challenges at the luw breakei. -- Dealer In K unimproved; that all the business of Call no convention upon the unconstituDry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps anv consequence, except coal mining, tional Olnitt hill. Create no new nllice. Enginccrincr and Surveying in ltooi., Shoes. Clothing, Hardware, will be done on the Tennessee side of raise noliody's salary adjourn and go allibranchei. I'mware, i urnttuic and a (the mountain; that corner lots in braying home, ami then the people il Lino Groceries, Gonoral Darst's Addition" may be worth more say: "Well dune thou good and faithful r.mcv Candies. Cr is lie'. Ac either I'inevillo or Middlesboro; servant." than at HhhI All kimUof Krodnc lakott in Fo.vtm.vk F. Hoiihitt. A City III tlm Sra. Po.toftue, l.ismgstnn, K that insurance companies may withdraw keep on hand a No A olty nt the bottom of the sa was eon uualitv Ol Iclll. o, I their agencies from the latter place and Vitii IIkaii to tiik Nouti!. The su- towTtint the eud of Noi'omlwr, near Tropton, coai in his yru i.ease 'iir ,r.lr aud lard.si thry will jc ulleiided 10 pfoinnils of ecpe cut oil' the last.chance perstitious belief that human beings on the ihorea of the IWiltie. For a week or Zivery, Jfrcd and Sale Stable ) H UK. I. INS If I have any friends left after this is should sleep with their heads towardthc ten days a (towerful wIimI had len bloning stalled Ky from the south and on the day the wonder- r iiicThispo Durit, read, let me urge them to pin these max- north is now belie red to be based upon ful sight was witnessed. It amounted to litarel More economical strength and n 1c menis-a seientirte principle. The French Acade- tle lots than a hurricane. The nuterti were t nil the or lin ir kind, md an not be sold in ims in their hats: petition witii the multitude ut low test, short 0 my of Science has made experiments up pu.shisj nony from the ihoro in great mount "Quick sales and small profits." weifct, alum or phosphate now Jen.. Sold only in a Hrtiou of gruuiid usually ..ns. KOYAL HAKINXJ POWDER Co , "The fellow that holds the bag is tho on the body of a gillotined man, wlrch nins, hldileu from sight by tho water. It whs at 110 Wall street, New York snipes." go lo prove that each huinnu body is in 1U time one that don't see any that the rums of the city of Ueu You may put a picture of the return itself an electric batteiy, one electrode nmeutle, once a tlouruhuig eoiiiuieivml eun N. A V .., . ir. I BOGLE 3IIS5 being represented by the head and the ter, but swalloned tiji by the ILaltic Itutwcu of the prodigal son nt the head of this. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. five and sis centum- ago, was rvealed u S. Ii.l el! Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Iel I um to other by the feet. The body of the School nf I. inc ln oiinty Election August, 189a. OSDON, h tho start lsl watchers) m the lighthouse mxir upon which experiments were made the shore. The unusual always lor hire Philadelphia, km en onfiood turnouts and saddle horsestne mosteonren Working the Suckers. reasonable terms Iasntton Is was takon immediately after death and joyed only for a short time, when the atorm Baltimore, Now York, M. lenl )KMnt on the railroad to teach places in the He was from Cincinnati. She lived in placed upon a pivot, free to move in any abated and the wuves leturueil, and nguin in the mountain se non of the Slate All points t"ist and Southeast Is Candida's or Clerk of the Court of Appealf, Newport and they met at the Louisville direction. After some vacillation the hid from view nhat h.id oirj been the abode, Only one iitght out Irons l.exmgt subject to th action of the Democratic party. btlsj- men and women. St- - Iouis llepub-lieaij portion turned towaul the N'oith. of Hotel. The young woman was returning Election August, Cor tec led I inse Card in KHect an i iSvo home after a visit to Illinois, ami the the pivot board then remained Mntior-arMOUSE, 1ULKV One of of turned FastAtail Acc-- i Some R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. young gentleman, who was in Louisville half way around,the professors regained ,11a "Could one askrslan old lady about n sermon, STAIIOJx'I Vos. Daily F. D. RILRV, Proprlotor, Dail but you remember Itf" "Hemember III ' lisBr-at the time, received a telegram asking position with the it soon 'Ra San. Nm e to the La, uol The minister rouldn't remember it - - - Kentucky. l.ve SrunJofd. ... DENTIST. him to meet her there. He missed her North, and the same results wsie repeat- - himself. He had to have it vs ritten don u." London, n ji n'a y am it ji n o " I.esingiM... .. ia l" 11 it im 1 jo pm . Office on Ma n street, optiosite I'ortnian Hoiiie, that night, but in the morning he called edlv obtained until organic movement " Witscbestet.... Christain Advocate. s pm ' j 40 pa Up ta!rs. Nitrous Oxide O.is given for painless " K. I. JSNSCtS. s better I base mosed tn my new Itoleljind teased. St Louis Republic. at the hotel and a drive followed until extracting. " Ml itriimg... so Mill il.s niH prepared than esar to accommodate tht public 10 KENTUCKY. STANFORD. de" Motohoad .. .. A Child Killed. noon. In the afternoon he visited heii Ooctd I.ivery attached and esr rn, 41 IHH V.'1 Bin tm A WANDERER IDLNTIFIED. ONselltll me a call. Another child killed bv the us of istHale gtseis sired. One i Si pnv again. They talked in the parltfrs until " AsbUnsi. TRANK RII.KY. 10 jsnsn ' Why noshers give in the form of S DR. Y. 13. sl pm o t pm it was time for him to go. He insisted' Mr. Cliumllrr Itncocnlic. tlin Sappoa their children soothiDg syrup uoImsn is " llantington.. 11 r pm su:h deadly surprising j pm be-- j Nes Comet lu Thmt of Lse HunliughsH.. upon walking to her room with her, when they can rel ee the efilhl of Its pcculUr its so am . Air i.narlosiun Now hai been received at the I.ick olwer ., rsmbles hy using l)r Acker's Iksby Soother It ;. in- good-bys,,.. Once there, he fore saying rorge. 7 j ami. vatory of a rcmarknblo and extremely im- contains no opium or morphine. Mstd by A. K. MT. VERNON, KY. ' l.srnshburr UincelSaut'i ids Main street, in office recently Mated u noil walkinn in. despite her pro-- i Penny 4i aml. t " Chartotlessille portant theoretical dLscovory in comctary asvacated byHr. L. F. IiutTman, Stanford, Ky. ,10 j4 ami. This old and Hotels still maintain " Uashmgt.n. .., s jj pm tests. A few minutes after the door ha ! irouomy mane by a. u. Cbamller, of Cam Is Llfo Wortn Living? Speisuimoie Not if you us through the world a dyspeptic. mg its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. I ss tmi closed behind him, a knock startled the bridge, au eminent mathematician nnd as" Plntadelpbia S pm public r. A. S. the Dr Acker I))spepsia Tablets urv a tronomer. Upon investigating sorao euro cial attention to pm .its )ork 9 pair. A colored boy appeared, called At. P NT.WCOM.tt. Prop., Kisinuund, Va... in tho orbit of tho comet dicoren' lor the worst forms n dyspepsia, indr.cstlen. SI Kt.KOS DKNllsl and constipation, liuaraauod and sold by Mt Vernon. Ky. " OldPolntComfrt 40 pm. i for the young man and when he waked last July by Mr. Brooks, and which is stilt A R Penn). llffi Ml Norfolk....,. . street, over V It, Mc Robert out in the hall told him that the propri- under observation, Mr. Chandler found that td llriiri More, Stanford. Can't Sloop Nights 1 rains leaving l.esinglon at II so am and s , ollice. The it hail mado a remarkably cke approach to etor wanted to see him in the pm daily e stent tho planet Jupiter In ISSfl, and that at path Is the complaint of thousands suffering Irani iith- terfor Richmond, fy and points on theVinchr.R young fellow protested that he intended had then been entirely changed, theItscomet ma, consumption, coughs, etc. Did you ev.r try K C K.r ...,.. ... .. ..1..1- r. no wrong; that the young lady was a rel- being thrown Into ita present small elllrwio Dr. Acker's Kngllsh Remedy It Is the lest ...T..,v, . c.mwit- t. irom SfwVML.I'hl . .del phia. Washingtonand all paints ljst, arrives at known far all lung troubles. Sold on a I and that it was an outrage to cast within a period of seven years. singteii 41 4 47 p m daily Stanford 11 t hve removed in office to my rcsideme, oppo ative p m Stiniulatwl by this to find out Mint tho positise gutrantee at ,r und o by A R Pennj r a.t mail fium ltKhimind. Va.. and all 47pom , Fourth Avenue, 51 its Fern lie College where will be found at all such a suspicion upon her. After he path of tho comet was previous to ISSOhe .. a.i, lliintincton. W. Va. ami .n w.i times. HUGH RKIU. 04 caugl t was loa to We Can nnd Do had gone Borne distance the negro rises l.exinigion at 11 so noun daily except bun - tho discovery that it was identical . 1 da aianiorn 11 sy p m wasn't wanted, but with the famous LcxellV "loot comet" of 170. (uaranlee Or. Acker's I Hood Klmr, lr it has he him Acsommodatiofi itshh Olive Hit) andmicrmediate WALLACE K. YARNON, that and told himgive him So he would The comet of 1770 was found bv IjeJ to be been fullyisdemonitrated all the people ( this t 10 .. nJ.4.a..l rs... .A. t. on if he would it superior oth' preparations for STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. 17 piiiTf-- ( ICVIPgl moI pointsim the K. I sy revolving In an orbit whoso perihelion was blood diseases It Is10 positive cure for s)phlluic a.iiw a Attorney at Law, say nothing about it. Rather than risk near Venus and tho aphelion ceptSundar SUnlold ' n near Jupiter, poisoning, ulcers, rnpttuasaml piids li pun lie sure tickets read read sia N. N .V M and thoroughly huiMs up the with n periodic time of live and a half yetti. ties the wnole Stanford, - - - - - Kentucky. exposure the money was paid over. All persons wishing a pleasant life and welt Co.. 1.. II. Jorllme ards, lickeu. and ;full inforuiatioo He proceeded to the pdrlor, where ho Tho shortuens of this ixriod was singular, as rou.tituthm. A. It, Penny pleased wife let them use Patent Klour made at Will practice in all the courts of this and adjoin-nStanford Roller Mills Call for it at your gro- write or call on was joined by his young lady friend. the comet had never been seen previous to A Duty to Youraolf. cery, and if they have not got it on hand, urge counties and in the court of appeal W. IIARNKY, lickotAgent 1770, though , , year it was visible to the lOfficeover Mc Roberts & Stagg's drug store. S .. ................. t She was crying. Between her tears she naked eye. in that It is surprising thit people wilt use a common, them to keen it. or get an order from athem and get it at the Mill ami will guarantee pleasant MlJRlMIY.C.en'l rdmarv pill when they can secure a valuable ,s managed to tell him that after he was andintcrcstilig lamil) A further Investigation, however, showed KKN'.,roS- ,dV P , U,lurto.K g. N I'nlTs, Superintendent p a. one for the same n.oiiey Dr. Acker's English gi called from tho room a servant girl rap Lexell that in 1707 tho comet had mndo a ihIIs arst a positise cure for sick 3 n headache and ail Ve to ped on her door and told her she was singularly close approach to Jujdter, at liver troubles They ate mu'l, swnct, easily taken which time tho great attraction of that una co not gripe, rorsaieoy.s trq H rann wanted in the ollice. The young lady planet caused a complete change m the bitterly. comet's orbit, it being thrown into tin small started for the ollice, weeping fr P Mo Alternntlve. -The servant caught up with her, told ellipse of 1770. Previous to thus npproa-- h to "III.IKCWAMS IsOtTJO. ' S. Conductor What do Jupiter, in 1707, tho comut was wo mg in a spitting nil over that seuWyou mean, sir, b H3 Otj her she was not wanted and agreed to largo orbit, with tho jwriholion E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST HJ nur Jupiter Old 1 mean What Why, ROUTE hush the matter up for $10, which was und its aphelion beyond tho orhit of Saturn. there tlent says not do spit on Itho floor, that sign ter 3 tin' r'oi promptly paid her. When the two un- In this orbit tho comet was iiIwh.vs too ther winders L fastened down, an' there ain't No Hotel in Kentucky has a heller reputation, . CENTRAL KENTUCKY no spittoons jMrvidtHl Where in thunder do to lie teeu from tho eartli. O fortunates tealied the game that had and its proprietor is detertuintJ that yer exjHMt u teller to spitf Philadelphia Re liTU tho comet again maintained shall be tiil eloser been played upon them, there was a dis-- j to lu Jupiter, and the attraction of th plnnut, ' puW,c" fa . young imin s ji.in 10 outweighing that of tltesun by over k"00 times, jr. O position upon tne Bucklen's Arnica Salve v -- t a He has recentlv m' led to its appointments Alter tin? iiiscugriing kept tim comet under Its Inlluenee fur a uum whip Fomcbotiy. . Is, .... - ... .!. .. ..i.a ... l. g a or months, and again completeiv trun- - .ores, u! w.. .tit rhean., fever sores, mrer. chat ler the nlliiir the young woman quietly left formed tho FAST LINK HETWKKN orbit, the Krlhelion P"d hand., chilblains, corn. . nd al' kU trup Also the hotel, congratulating herself upon liecoming so great tlint the cometoihv more tions and positively cures piles, or no payieu,mr O S e could not d. It m guaranteed let give perfect saUstadioi , fa 3 be seen from the oarth. her narrow escape Louisville Critic Livery Stablo LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. or money rtlunded l'rue j cents por bos. A First-Clas- s At its uptMiraucu in 1770 thw comet air For sale by A R. Prnnv. Stanlord, K). SCIIUy'l.l. IN HFF'KCT NOV 17. v To accmnuioda'e tie drmsid. of his increased -, "Your time hns come," eniil a physi-cin- prouched within less than l,?A)tf) miUm of ' tet turnouts furnished No '. '.NoNo transient patronage. A n Remurkablo Roectts. Commercial I ravelrrs ami ihers Hpenking to an old Georgian, who the earth n remurkublv c!oo aiMironclt. so F.x San Suh. Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainficld, III , makes the Dail) muclibo, Indeed, that Iji Place nilculutwl that 2 a I ty btietched out on n hel. if the comet's mass had bcoif equal to th tt of statement that she caught cold, which Milled on I io am S rsi p m l.ve Cincinnati Ji pm. 8 it a "Air you shore, ilocV" S m ? I.ve Covington. the earth it would have seriously allected the hr lungs; tt was treated for a month by her ni, t oo p m H5M l.ve Fain, a.i 44 " 9 17 p m I o p m motion of the earth, and would have leuuth Ijsmly pnysitUH but U'ew won. He told her "Yes." Arr Pari II IO a m io p m p m enetl our year Arr I.Wiivui I' "Ain't no chance fur you to he wrong, sensible) di.stut by about three hours. As no she was a hopeless victim of costsumpttoM and that LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. io 35 p in 540 p in Iwuco was exerieiicl, Iji 110 medicine cu.ilri euro her. Her druggist sugTi I.ve Parts. II to U Rti 4s p m is thar?" -- on o hi pm Place concluded that tho miuss of the com- -t gested ihc use of Dr King's Now Discovery lor Arr Winche-teri j pm M ' i 10 p m "'I 7 J p iu Arr Itichnsoo'i. "None whatever. You'll be (lend by must have Ijccii hss than pat t of Consumption; she bought a bottle and to her de THE LARGEST AND FINEST Arr Lancaster. .;; m p m Wm mass of tho earth. It was doubtless vastro light found herself benefited from hrst dose She sundown." Arr Stanford. W P '" ly mrtnit'-- T than that, continued its use and afier taking ten bottles she I.ve Richmond "Shore 'mill', now?" SS P m HOTEL IN THE CITY. Tho comet at its present return hns at- found herself sound and well, now dees bar own Arr llerea 1 " P '" O "Yes, I tell you." Arr l.lvmgton ... J " p in ..... tracted a widespread interest through the housework and is as well as .he evar was. Free g you ain't trying ter get ofl'n joke discovery at tho Lick observatory of the trial bottles of this Orcat Discos cry at A It. Pen"Doe, NoRATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD-INNo. i. i. small companion comets that attend it hi its ny's i!ruj store; large bottfes joe and ?i. No. j on me, air you?" motion through spice. Mr. Chandler sugTO ROOMS. a 5 --3 "Xo, I never joke a dying man." S m a m ...... I.itingstun.. l.ve Happy Hooslet-gests that theo may owo their existence to I.se llerea 10 S a m "Wall, then, I reckon I'm gone: hut f tho encounter with Jupiter in lO, the unWin, I'iri.mons, postmaster ol Idaville, Indiana. p Arr Richmond.... ii 4Sa in ....... 'Klcctric Hitters has done inure for me TURKISH A RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOrKL I.ve Stanford . .. writes wuok'ago." wush I'd knowed it a equal strain from tho opposing attractions of than all oilier medjcincs coiuhiiicd for that had 7 oo a in ...m.T.7.;, p. ro I.ve Lancaster 7 45 am "Think you would have been better tho planet and its satellite system having feeling- arising from kidney and liver trouble.'' Arr Richmond... io ooa ni probably caused a disruption of tho coinetary John Leslie, larnier and stockman, nf same place, prepared?" Klec trie I.ve Richmond.. the best kid. to J. P. cl-i io p m 6 lo aln matter sulllcient to produce tliuconipailoiii. says. "Find mwl. cine, Hitters mo befeel like anew ncy and Im r made Arr Winchester i oo i in 7 it a ni 2 ff "Yep; a heap better." R. B. Carrying tho Investigation back to ISM, man-- 40 jf in 7 4i a m Arr Paris J. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, same "It's not to late to pray if that will do Mr. Chandler found that tho comet remained town, say. "Klec trie Hitters is just the thing fur I.se I.exiugtou a 05 p m 7 mi "a in 3 SS Pm man who is all run down and don't care whethunder tho influence of tho phiuet for moro I.ve Paris SUCCF.SSOR TO 1 jo p m you any good." 5j am 4 i p ra er he live, or dies; he found new strength, Kood I.ve Faliiiniuh.. p in 9 13 a m 5 76 p re ia mouths, to then appetite and felt just like he hail a new lease oil "I don't keernuthin' about that; but! An Costngton. p in 10 3J 0 30 m revolving about tho ',rKV,f'i twenty life. Only 50c a bottle .it A, R. Penny s drug M'MIOHAEL, sun ,,, a knowed last week what I know THE HATTER, Arr Cincinnati 5 40 P m 10 45 a m 6 38 lt m a m 50 ef MVcii years' time in nn orbit whoso tie rihelion tore On theMaysville llranch, Nog. leaves Pails now, w'y wonldenter bought that roan lay near Jupiter. Ho also deduced tho iMtli at . & When you need a mild l.txative you should have - (VI s in .it,. IS.. .. ., J .. ,,, ., 511 4TH AV1SNUE, m arriVin tho 90,,let will act '" 1ol't "'o planet at a medicine that bowels. shi the User and kidneys l aysvillcat ioj$, am, and 8 io, p m. No. at hoy. f'd u tuck the money nnd hail 'J101 I well as the Hecks' Vegetable l.ivcr leases Mayssille at 5,15 a in, arrivuij at Paris io hs LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. I DV Y, at some fun with it. Coulder hllll a rat-- 1 ."., .1 ,.,... " Pills are prepared csprlv tor this purpose Ino II leaves Mjiirill. ., . . .. 40, a III . ' V'.'v " '5" and arrive, at !'..,!. sist on getting them as they have no .iipunor and nt-- l nr III. "! tlin' time on that 'plO. Couldor bought unity, so that "the comet narrow lv esctined l.wcquuis. ,. k. renn), uruggist. trains are daily except Sunday ICY. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish lieker enough to scald n hog in. Tliat'H being draw Into u closetl orbit as a KiteJIIte .o. 43 leaves l.esinglon 1005 am; arrises Paris " of Jupiter." The nearest appnmeh to tho of 10 4J am; except Sunday Stock A Lady in South Carolina Writes: the way with this heie world. A mnn bo 8IeascsCincinnatl5,opmjarriseiPalmouih planet m this path wus Muy '.0, 1SSJ, tho dls- tVfs'ti My labor wus shorter and less painful than on never knows nuthin' till it's too late." 7 10 pm: except Sunday. tanco boing about 100.000 inlloa. two former occasions; physicians u.tomshed: No. 7 ieaies Falmouth 6ooamj arrives i for It is worth its I Arkansas Traveler. At present wo cannot tell u hut iinvo been thank you gold"Mother s Friendlirudflcld Reg. Co.. am; except Sundav 7 Address The weight in When net J?JOIt YKVK,1X ADVANCK si paid $2.50 will be p.tper wish to give some per lately from good writers who have advice to tho hgishturo of Kentucky: been to Miildlesboro. Will you admit a Repeal the infamous parole law that 1 few lines from n poor writer who has not spoko and voted so hard ngaiust in the '85-V- fl. charged.". 'So-'S- ils-tiir- .. 11. 1 1 . . ! 1 1 . . 'S'j-'S- . . well-nig- h 'So-'S- fl, V-'S- ('. r PSroia AKlK6 . ' C.irlittnaa In Kngluml. Tho English Christinas Is, perhnpa, the richest of all in that hearty hospitality ami men intent, mill that profusion of substantial good cheer which our people, llko their British cousin, so cloudy associate with tho occasion. The "December liberties," a the wild gambols, pranks and masqueradea of Christmas tlnio were called, the famous ChrUtmas dinner of tho Iwtrons with its dish of boar'- - head Iwrno upon a massive silver platter in great state the wbola length of the immense Hall by the major doinoof the hoitae- hold, attended by n largu number of servant nnd vassals, the "mumming" or niaxqtienul lug, tin singing or LlirLsttuiiacaruLi, the playing at simp dragon, hot cocklra and nil th other Christmas njoru and game-- , pre.V.ded over by a sjieclally appointed oflkvr of the household called the lord of nurul or the abbot of unreaton all these nnd countless other feature of the old IJngHsh Chrlstnm- -, Scott, that wonderful "wljirdof tho north," has dtvcribetl as only ho could do it Tho tiKxierii KnglLsh Christina- - found tt njiostle hi Dicken-- , whu, in his vivid word pictured, has nio- -t clearly ami accurately Krtrayed its every light and hadiin The wild abandon of Us pn.ilcceor of conturtus ago has Iwen sonieuhnt restrained, but within the limit of becoming mirth there no merrier Christmas. It Is a strange fact, however, thut In Kngland tho day after Christmas, or "boxing day," ns it is 11OI0I, is an occasion of even creuter fttUILr among the working classes than Chrtstnms day itMtlf. it ilerlvt-- s Its iiuuie from the "Christmas boxes" or donations of Christmas spvudlng money w tilcli are collected oa thut day by carriers, milkmen, butchers' lioys and other equally llnful members of society. Cor. Washington Star Imti-quetili-ttll 1 CARRIER & WATTS, ROWLAND, KY., Itain attached to their Family (.rocerya first ilass Restaurant, which will be supplied with eiery thinir usually kept in that business. Jrcsh I'ruits and UanditSof all kinils constantly on hand All kinds of Country I'roduie taken in m hangefor 11 K C goods KKIt K, ('Ink loaim nfi&rlBiBiilTslHKsfcit&HhiB Par2H Por Sale. 1 4 STJTTON CO., 1 11 t-- Will tirst-elM- ml ;;-f- kJ. HI. HILTON" (.tteMs-witr- IAM-tiRl)- , of POWDER Absolutely Pure i , 'f Attention, Coal Hittiicrs. 1 ! . ' 4 g Ky. Route V ! KATK "Jlyfit74A3:Mng3'a I . -- ! JK. - sul-je- 1. ct F. Brinklcy Washington, -- 11 i'. - y. TUB i head-piec- s- V, T cems-ntea- cc PENNY, Catleti-bstr- g. Dentist. I.e.-tel- e. J NEWCOMB well-knotra-e'it- tg HOTEL. . . -- . ffi PRICE, jiecu-llaritl- po-4t- ite y Sj-i- . -- H,SMO 7ED! 1 WOOD WAJaLMJJ, prep-urstK- Men's Outfittor 1 1 t- . I -- Louisville, Kentucky. . ...i. coun-rvtha- ffrhasasaf a nini, s . 1 1 1 u . g I hug-ha- J ,..J.' WAV ... j;, - t 11 ! THE MYERS H0USEIKentueky CentraiR.R. 1 CO dls-tu- B CD CD pal a ft.-- a a j -- Pool and KSllllardlParlurs - I n, 4 South-Houn- ) V. ' THE GALT HOUSE, . . ' . j . n 4 . ? North-Houn- - z t . " GEOGEGHAN. as? 11 B Ts ! ,r". l1" 4 . SON, 1 ' ,0V,-H- .. s I I "7t?l"'". ", 11 'V''1 .'' . I Vtl ,JSiDFILD'S I FESV!ALE-- r . MENSTRUATION SICKNESS IF TRHtN DURIHB CHAHGE O? v.5F. OH ipt&m MONTHLY ta IGULATOR i intinuat coughing is very annoying to per' lis silting near )ou iu any kind of a gathering; ' it is ol great damage to the throat am! 'sides, iings and is exceedingly dangerous ai this season fine year One. hall bottle of Hoggs' Cherry t oiigh Syrup will lelieseany ordinary cough, and ma rereeay costs to more man Hie inferior grade ,t trt thrcsvn on the markets to sellutenormnua prohis. A R. Penny, Druggist. s , CRtM.BKKsiE.n'H-SUtFERlUEWaBtlWQffi- J300K BSADFIELD f TO"WOMAN'-?RZGUIATOR CO. ATLANTA GA. sawBrLUeaztasn. If you or ail) of our lamtly should happen to be fnglittully burned or seatded, what have you in the house to alleviate the pain until you can get a physician ? A box of Items' German Salve at hand in times like this would save a world ol nif fering and oftentimes a doctor bill, as it has no euual In cases of this kind, as well us inflammation R Penny, Druggist. of all Lillet j tho changes and vicissitude of this comut Atlanta, Oa., for particulars Sold by A. R. Pen- since 1770, through tho disturbing actions of Jupiter. It is now, however, free from tho -illtlueuco of that planet until lit! I, when ft DRUNKENNESS THB LIQUOR HAB IT-- In all tho World tboro la but ono will again suffer great perturbation that ma v cure, Dr. Hainoa' Goldon Spoclilc. onco moro whisk it out of sight for lOOyeurs It c jn he given in a dip ot tea or coffee without or more. It will in tho meantime return effecting a the knowledge of the under favorable circumstances of observation speedy and permanent person taking it,the patient cure, whether In 1SD0, 1003, 1010 nnd 1017. is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic1 wreck. It Is hardly possible to esthnato tho Impor- Tnousands of drunkards have been cured who tticir tance of tho discovery of Mr. Chandler, us It have taken iho (Soldcn Specific In holicvecoffee they without their knowledge, and presents to us one of tho greatest physical and qmt drinking of their own freewill. No harnifti-ulfe- ct results from ita administration. Cures guarproblems thut astronomers mathematical have had to deal with. Mount Hamilton anteed Send far circular and fall particulars. Ad. 're ill confidence OoienN SesciHc Co.. its (Cal.) Cor. Chicago Tribune. ItaceStreet. Cincinnati, O "' Ever l.roughl to the city ol Louisville, now open including the world-renown- HAT ia Citicia-liat- 9 Train Notes. -.- No. 1 run's daily tetween Lexing. ton and Cincinnati. No , runs daily between .... ios. a undo make connections .. n lornohuontheN' N - M v .. .VI 't .i .V- y St atlon Cincinnati, inakiuo """" ,or a" poiulis North. East and We.7 And also my own importation of English Hats through tickets and baggage checked to any An elegant line ol Canes and Lyon's destination reached by a railroad. and Cap 1 ur inn warucuiars auuress any agent ol the Co. Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Fine V.. 11. UAv-lJ.MORSE. Tra cling Pass'g'r Act. S.F.H. 1't.il'K'TKt., ""J: SEAL SKIN SAOQUES, CAPS, Lexington, Ky ' , , .'lucinnati, u. W, I. ni. e Gloves and other Furs, a specialty. Orders H.K. HUNn.VC.TO.V, J . '' of city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaranGENERAL OFFICES: Chamber of Comtu. ue Huilding, teed. Don't fail to order it N' Hill V HAT. 32- -i Cincnnat , Q -i. i, out-sid- KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON SCO'S. HATS at and depart IMPORTANT from the Central -- Tramsof ihl.B n... ' .... iru.. Jrr8,,c .' "' Jiusua 0.,., ..-'- stjs7jmtsMnMlllllt'iWJni,llt i.- -" ' rj.i iifw " 'inniiiio sjiiihhij ' Kjw w n titm mn c'.