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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890022501 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. ' 5 "flp IjWfViimiilijLgw " y If'iP" W' K Semi-Weekl- y vol. xvii, An Interior Journal. STANFORD. KYM TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1890. MATRIMONIAL NO. 108 Interesting Description f V U P Tuti.ln l,,w rl, ...! .... I. to l,.,u Mrs. Mollie Comin, of Shelbyillc, Hplendid stvle and now meets both I ml., is probably the most married fc- -' ,i.. ,.t..u .... .i.i.... .i .. niiiuijii;i w7v.....u n.c male in the Kast or West, so far as is ' Alex Johnson and West King, two known. She was divorsed from her Mb young bucks of African extinction, got huslmnd at the last term of court and ' last week took a section foreman on the intoa row over a game of cards at the Jetlersoiiville, Madison & Indiananolisi cock pitTuesdny ami exchanged several as lier.itli victim. shots at each other. Hoth have been railroad Tho Harrod.sburg Democrat says the arrestod. fellow who first kis?es the bride after the None of our citiions have as yet noceremony "deserves a chromo from the tified the public that they would apply less ad venturous gentlemen who follow for license to sell whisky here. Hut the general supposition is that there will be bun." Hut who wants to kiss a bride after several mouths have come about three in xnd around into contact with hers? It is nluiost as Utw u. "Aunt Mandy" K'olits' house on bad as kissing a "naivety" man direct. At !.' o'clock this afternoon, in the the Somerset road caught tint Tuesday parlors of the Louisville Hotel, Miss night Mild with all the outbuilding. Until We- was completely destroyed. The only Mary Jones, of this place, and Mr. O. H. The human family ie not rushing to occupant were a family of negroes liv- Itiley, a prominent young attorney tial to their beauty. Hut with Mil this, l'aanilena is a pretty Miildlechoro of lute as a few weeks apo. ing in the rear imrt, who lmrely escaped Pineville, will be made husband'and! wife. Only a few special friends w ill be plate. 'Hie buildings an new ami of I'eriiMp Hfubourvilie, I'iuerille, Hig with their lives. "Aunt Mandy" was every ".veil Stone (inp ami Ilairiinati are responsible at her sister's, below Stanford. Los present and after the ceremony Mr. and modern lurhiNf lure, nwirly $700 or $800. Fire supposed to be the Mrs. Itiley will take a bridal tour of sev-and for it. dipt, T. M. Hell expects to in- in Itiieil witli the lovely oral weeks, including Washington, Richin tint rent ettlatu busineM at the work of an incendiary. l.iti'Hhptiwtrci's.iiinMiig some of the finest Prod. Miaw and binning, of Mt. mond and a num'rter of other Kastern .liivi8 I evur mhw, orange treea blooiniiie latter place. .Mi H. Itiley piwped through here Veinon, wen here Friday to confer with cities. .Miss Jones is an accomplished' mii. I Men with the ripe fruit, Hiirroutttl fiowersnndsnii-lrop-na- l SumlMy from Stanford on a visit to her our citizens about removing their Nor- young lady, with a decided businessturn the n'xiilem-- ami fruits decorate tho lawn. While pirenlsiit Hnrgin. She is n bemitifu' mal School to this place. Their building of mind, and will make a trueand loving' helpmeet for the lucky young man who, Ixkiiii was a growl dimU'Hiittgw in and acrompHflhed young lady. Misn M at Mt. Vernon, they claim, is not the besides winning his fair bride, has made commodious for their growing Wc Iu e been crowded the past week. I. (Jarney, who has Iwen visiting her boine respects it was not without iU More iiiiprovenionU wore brother's family at Manfoid, !eturnel patronage and their object is to secure a snug little fortune in Middlesboro and made in shone three or four years tiuiii home Sunday. .Miss .Maggie liarberson, the College building here. A good nor- Pineville speculations. wtnild of Mitchelishurg, is visiting Miss Jennie mal school with every depnrtmont comHinler ordinary eirciiiiifctancen DEATHS' DOINGS. in a doien. Cosby. J. L. Hose is in Missouri attend- plete is what we need badly. The trushave lieen Mrs. Helle Linney, wife of K. H. Nearly everybody wan in tint real ostate ing the Netd trial. Judge John Helden tees held a consultation with Profs. died at Danville. She was 37 years hu.siiii't. If not a regular dealer, he at ami John McChord. Iv(j , of Lebanon, Shaw and binning Friday night, but with what results we were unable to old and leaves five children. leant hail his own property to h1I. ami were in town last week. Mr. K. H. Mrs. James L. Yantis died Friday conductor on the Hodgeuvillc learn. ami left nothing umloiie whirh would 3 That genial gentleman, T. H. Carson, last of paralysis of the heart, supeiin-duce- d value, and mi Intuit h tit the N. .N M. V. H. U., was beautify it or enhance its of Cincinnati, is in town. J. W. James by pneumonia and remittent fethe town war made almost a Paradise in town lust week. He came up to mm a (which it name signifies). I.nrgu and liodgeiiville beauty, who is Minting in ami wife are back from the South. Mrs. ver, at her home near Crab Orchard. She Dr. Hlnir, leceiving news that her moth- had been ill for over two weeks, during one-thir- d substantial business houses and hotels this vicinity. er who lives in (.etcher county, was which time she bore her intense sufier-were built; most of the denominations l dangerously ill, went thither Mondav. ings with the fortitude of a true chrisWhat the Country May Expect. erected splendid churches; linn school The Room is Rented and we nmst get out. Thanking our patrons (Jov. McCrenry closed his masterly ar- .lame Miller, of Hazel Patch, was here tian woman, as she was. Mrs. Yantis buildings were put up; ami a large pub-in- for past favors and hoping to see them often in the next 20 days, gument against the code of rules, w hich Saturdny to see his wife and little daugh- was Miss Mollie King and before her library was erected. A complete marriage frequently visited this place, system; numerous street car have been adopted by the republican ter. Mrs. J. C. Hhinehart, after a Wc are, Respectfully, sojourn with her mother, hns re- where sho had a large circle of friends. mob in the House, as follows: :t"i or 10 miles of cement sidewalks; hues, It has been well said that "Whom the joined her husband at Pineville. Mr. About three years ago sho was married pis ami electricity and steam tire enare among the public improve- gods wish to destroy they first make (i. W. Kdwards, Jr., of Indianapolis, to James L. Yantis, who is now bowed gines ments. A sewerage- system which will mad.'' The excesses and the unprece- Intl., returned home Monday after a down with grief over the loss of a true cost $20,000, is now In'ing put in. An- dented rules of the party now in control pleasant visit to his cousin, Ueorge Kd- and loving wife, and who lias the symOriginators and Promoters of Low Prices, Stanford, Ky. wards. Miss Delia Kdmiston, the pretty pathy and consolation of other railroad from Ixw Angeles has been of the House argue no good for them. ninny in this The lobby will soon be clamoring nt brunette of Greenfield, III., who visited and adjoining counties. Karly in life tutnplctcd to the town limits. Although businuss of every kind is the door of tho Capitol. Corporations .Misses Lida and; Mary Kdmiston last Mis. Yantis joiued the Christiau church I will be married this week to a and has since been a devout member. now ery dull, it seems to uit'that, when nmi syndicates and rings will soon after month, A couple of elejant rooms on Lancaster Street, I'.isaduua recovers from its severe shock, the code of rules is adopted, come and popular joung gentleman of Greenfield. Jjliu leaves a son, who will smiaoie lor omces millinery or bed. rooms. Mrs. Mollie, wife of James L. Van-ti- greatly feel the want of ask their share of the legislation. Keck-les- s a mother's tenit will come to the front again, for this is W.G WELCH. died of childbirth at her home near der care. The appropriations of the public money, funeral, conducted by Hia pluasant place to live, especially for In ihe corporate limit of Holland. here, Thursday night. She was the tler J. P. Frank, took place people from the Sorth and Northeast, unueedctl pension legislation, wasteful at her late 86 H J. DARST, Rowland. youngest daughter of the late George home at 10 o'clock Saturday, after which who w ill always come hure to.Bpund their educational bilN.fedeial election schemes W. King, Ksq., and in tho (lush of young This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and many loving friends followed the rewinters, rather than omltiro tho intense with a horde of salaried ollicors, a tarill and others not to trespass on our lands without per. beauteous womanhood was married mains to their last resting bill that will lighten or remove the taxes mission, as all sueh will he prosecuted to the fullplace in Ciab cold of their native States. ! est extent of the law. Signed: to Mr. Vantis five years ago. Your Orchard cemetery. The population is made up almost en- on luxuries and increase the taxes on T.J.HILL, GEO. D HOPPER. scribe was among the spectators who M. McKOnEIlTS,JR.M.S. t IIAUCI MAN tirely of New Kngland, New York, .Mich- the necessaries of life, are some of ' kOKT McALlSTER. I will pa a Reward of fifty 1) llars fr informawitnessed the nuptials. A devoted wife J.K ItRUCE that will soon com from the re FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. S. II. SHANKS, igan, Illinois and Iowa puoplt). 'Tis alH. UAUGItMAN' tion on cumutiun of uuy unauthorized pcron ami kind mother and an earnest chrishAVOIIMAN. AM KELAND Wp'iF&V most impossible to llnd any one from publican Pandora box. OUN" W LMES. I believe the despotic and revolutiona- tian woman, she leaves a void that will Hee See notice of Reynolds & Wilson, of Found Cutting Timber or DamKenturky or the Southern States. The D V. HOI MhS Mck, for sale of jack. V LOGAN l)r aging any Improvements nover he filled. After funeral services ry code of rules, w hich, beforo citiietis are juiut and orderly and laws n'w'II,,CHAKDs , JOSII ADA'MS J. C. Fox bought in the Kast Knd 11 at the home her remains were deposited Uu the following pruperty aru well enforced. Prohibition is in ef- row's sun goes down, will receive the JJOHN G LYNN Mrs. SAMIOkl) IRWIN, cotton mules at $2to $70. ,,K' fiimi,-,ot 1!t tllu cemetery. Mrs ALICE TICKER M W A LI OU. ' fect and it prohibits, too. The s.'iiti- - votes of tho republican majority of this '" Ihe lurms at Highland W. T. Smith bought of a Itockcnstle Tim Huuhisoo's, Georse Vnowii at IUttin Cah', llaugh's, Heirs', House, is the first movement in a grand procession, the longest ve have over meut ollliecouimuniiy issiroiigiyaganiM. H. I. Young, I S. Young' u acre place, W. Ter,,,,ro ttodtI to the esttem in party a young mare for ?1''. ry's, Win. I.ong the saloon, mid altho' a vote on the prop- plan, originated by the republican load- - Wi'n 15. O. Pennington bought of William IJtip W. Hutchison's 40 aero form, At Cox she was held. The bereaved osition is t be taken in about 1' months, ers. for tiie purpose of perpetuating "Web,,,Ui Krwan and K. K.llarrtn's timber traits on lluik Perkins a pair of work mules for ?275. lM0 sympathy of the coniinu- Creek, 307 aires, John 'I urnbtiU's, 517 merest, John power and their control of the gov- it seems to be a foregone conclusion that James Popples bought of Nick s Huchanan'i, jot ucrus, M.J. lUrrik'f 90 acres, H. ernmeiit. lint I iln tint fiuit- id!. r..wiili ""JI'owttf".', tH;acres John Andersons, 14 .lire, prohibition will carry again. a pair of extm good horse initios for U'jwh Harris' 317 acres, Freeman'., 8ou a.re AlwutH.BO Tuesday night an alarm Tim people, whose servants we are, mi Robinson Mill tract, loom's farm, llrian The best orange laud hcroalKtnt ishtrid $i7.r. Kidd'tfarm, Joel l'ctrey farm, A llotich's ttrni, derstaml the situation. Tho cyclone will of tiie was sounded from tho Harris V. Collins' farm, on fade at i'JOO per acre, that is for the naked House ami soon a score or more of citiL K. Wells liought of various par- ry Miller's, aoo acres, I.Hewry Ride, 600 air.'s,a Hi ns come next November, and the sovereigns Millers, 44a r. land. To plant this with the bst variezens were rushing thither at a double ties a lot of S and cattle at ti Stephen Huron's, - urc's, U II. fdmi!t)r s trait, Strode Hou'e, Cottage near depot at r.il the Washington Na- of our country, to whom we Uiko the fin- quick speed. Mr. Clement H. Johnson, cents. AILE5 ty of orange, trees MILES Onliaril, llotci, Cotui?- and storehouse at al appeal, will, in my judgment, drive .. .. ....... .1, IIIIIIIIL'I ...i... ........I ..:...i it IliUIll oil J ol IKNHKlMhR. vel would coM something over $100 J. K. Riughmaii bought a brown NL'll IIIIW WIT Ill ' from power the republican luj.f.m . ofL, ,i,ent fur Owners more per acre, tho price of tices being 7S gono out stallion by Voltaire at the Woodwind ; floor, the House. Applause on the demo- - the secondgirl midhad, it seems, to si cts each, and four years would have to see his left a big tire binning sale for iQT. cmtic sitlu. K. II. Crow bought Storm tjiteen, by to lmss before tho crop would pay the tin the stove. He told the porter he yearly interest on tho investment. Hut would be back about 10 o'clock ami to Hail Storm, ii years old, at the Losing-- 1 What Not to Say. from that time the yield of oranges 'I wenly r. lt the S ortct t There nre8ovenil"don'ts" which should go up to his room and replenish the ton sales, for $5)77). would gradually increase till tho 7th or b j observed whenever two or more wo-- fire before then. Hetween Hand 10 the An Knglish syndicate is negotiating Mb year, w lien the trees would be in men are gathered together, but which, porter entered the room and found it for the Chicago stock yards and will full bearing and would yield a yearly alas! aro frequently disregauled. For in- full of smoke and immediately gave the likely get them at SW.OOO.OOO. Capital Stock Full Paid. $2,000,000. Malme direit lunnectlons in Central L'nioiideotfor per acre. Lemons, stance, don't Bay to a fiiend, "How stout alarm. Investigation showed that thei Pas Uainbridge, of Owen county, has of 17." to Home Office 117 Filth Street. Louisville, Ky. exSt. Louis, Michigan I'cints, Chicago, pears and peaches are grown to some you aro growing." No lady likes to be carpeting and floor around the stove had 10 ewes that gavo birth to '21 lambs-n- ine llrancli Otlicc, I'uiusille Hotel, Piueulle, Ky. Detroit, . Cleveland, liuffalo. pairs of twins and triplets. Indianapolis and the welt. tent, but oranges are considered the best told she is growing or has grown stout. caught fire and but for tho timely arThis Company owns over 20,003 acrvi of the fin, Can New England, lying immediate V. ll.Crossfield sold to T. II. Peiry, estCn.il, Iron and limber almost all If it be a fact, she is doubtless well aware rival of the porter must have proved paying crop. They say that I) around I'lni'wlle mules UJ other fruits can ho profitably raised here, of it and anxious to keep others from destructive to the building. Some years of Danville, 14 Ncav Lots Sold on Liberal Torms. Washington, but I notice that hardly any others than discovering it. Don't say "How thin ago a portion of the hotel was destroyed hands, at $75. Anderson News. Il.illunore, I'hilad Ijdua, May Oveiton, of tho Hermitage (Quickest time to Ilarrodthurj;, Krankfort K) those I've named are planted. Vacant you are," either, for both women and by a similar accident. Location for Manufacturins l'i.int- - of desinble Kiihinond, VIRGINIA Shortest and K,,uU furmhd on lll,cral "" After days of intense sullering occa- - Stud, Nashville, Tenn., has refused Jl'.Vl lots for residences in the prettiest part of men loathe to be told that they are ei- IJuiclcst line lo I'asadonaaiooMerednt $310 to $8f per ther stout or thin. Unless you can say, sioned by mental derangement, Dr. K. T. 000 for Uow Hells, brotlier to Bell Hoy. First Coke made in Southwestern The average of tho hi head of trot"How well you are looking," it is better Stevenson passed away at II o'clock Saur front foot. Kentucky room costB from $. to $8 to make no romarK on the personal ap- day morning. He was a graduate of tho ters wild at Lexington Thursday was Hoard with Solid Trains, hasaj, cars, smoking cars ana Was made I) this Coiii...n coaches, Pullman lloudoir hlcrpers through withKing, son of George Wilkes, brim;, per week. Fuel is high, soft eoal selling pearance of your friend. Don't tell a Louisville Medical College and up to .5 out chanifc ia Chattan. oga, Ilirminham, Meridian maklnt; direct connections en route for Knot-iltat $11 to $11! por ton and wood at $10 per friend who has on a particulaily becom- or I years ago was one of the foremost ing ?U, 000. Asheillu, I.Tihbtir);and ointa in the V. M. Iluglies, of Danville, bold to cord. Gasoline and coal oil urn largely ing gown or bonnet that she looks ten physicians in the county and had a of yeais younger than in miythingyou have largo ami lucrative practice, but at that H. M. Jackson, London, a used for cooking purposes, tho cost The first Col.e I'lunt in Southeastern Kentucky i in Pinville. liar, these being very little more than in the ever seen her wear. Don't tell her, ei- time opium, to the use of which ho was Messenger Chief stallion for n At ChattaiiooBii for Atlanta, Columbus, M'llmla Anulysis of this CoUe shows 94 per cent fined Kast. ther, that it is the most becoming thing unfoitunately addicted, began to under lodsburg Demociat. AtiKusta, Macon, S.n.inn.ih, per cent, ash and less thin lsalf ten, Charleston. City 'ess than llrunw nk, Lake Ihonusville and KLOIII- The wheat is said to havo been badWeather since I last wrote bus been you have ever seen her wear. This is mine his constitution. He was sent to of on per icnt. sulphur. u. iMnni Tho only lint- runuini; solid trains with choun anything but lovely. Thursday nud Fri an impeachment of her taste heretofore, the asylum at Lexington, wboio ho re- ly damaged in tho Ohio Vallov bv the Pullman Ilouduiror Palace Sloepmi; Cars mained until a few months since, when cold wave, while tho peach and other iron Ores of Exceptional Puritj' sonville wttlioiit change tor any class of to laik day wero disagreeably cool and windy, though you have no such thought. pen U ers or iMKiaK. cloudy. Kain sot in brought home by his parents, ap- small fruits havo suffered severely. ho was .Saturday ditto and and Timber Of all kinds Selsna and Mimtgomory, Huntsvilte, DeiHtur. Moroland it Leo sold this week to J. Talk aiiont questions of tho day There parently improvediu mind though saduna .Ml rv.SAi poiuik .Saturday night and continued almost Company. The rioreiue. .ieinuni Are found on r Shortest and i)uukt Ammton Selmn, Mo Ho tir . 1'OOr iV (vO., Of liarnird, p7 hogs at L'f Comi.aii) will begin selling hits on the fir I dv Ulc Direct comieetsons to mails at NKW uR. cessation until .Sunday night, is but one question and that ia tiie gos ly wasted in limb mull features. without ' "' I.KAN'b without omnibus transfer for I. aUi.u, '"" "" washing tho streets and land badly and pel. It can and will correct everything would talk with his frienda and occasion-needin- g cents. Hugueli Hros.. also sold to sum,. Houston, Austin, OFKICLKS AND DIRECTORS correction. All men at the head ally wander out upon the street. Ho paitios 32 hogs. Danville Advocate. interforring considerably with railroad TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. I. S. Tevis. Hnrinc Hill snlil lames S. Ray, Preiidist; travel. All tiains are behind. "Monday of great movements aro christian men. novorgained absolute mastery of II V. I.oini, Secretary and TrMurr, I'irc.i- tho inany years I was in thocah-- self, but gradually grow worse until toIlHlKle, Of Lexington, a The only through line to la. kson ansl Vicksbure ' wore also cool, cloudy and ami yesterday rust a,..,toftheI lxiuimlle SHfety Vault art HrastltlCo.;; l, . - I CI . .. U I II I All! 'dtuui eC tu nuw iur gelding for met 1 was uruugiu hum association Willi Mleatlt relieved 111111.1 i.iuu, cuuricous maro tor t.o0. a wilkout omH.hi trHs.rCrlor Oalla Fort Worth null), mil ineru L ,N A AC. R. R , andG.nl Manajter of irs. gelding for 517.). V A. Hull. Danbury, Cmii . Piwident o( the Austin Ssn Asiosih, Kl Paw and points hi weather. Had a pretty heavy frost last 00 master minds, nud all hut five of them and elegent in his tastes ho was univer-nigh- 5175 and a Hoard nf Trade and manufacturer of hrdtvart, i TEXAS, Woodford Sun. It doesn't rain very often in wore christians. My only hope for tiie sally popular as a man and as a K u u K. tii ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORr.lA. J. W stine. 1'resuient K.. . of the I. S Theodore Harris, Mrs. Sallio Hay's barn near Itnywick California, but when it does, world is in bringing the human mind in clan his merit was attested by his being Kee Ihiuitgh rale curreit Vminty naps and full It. R. Co and of the Louisville Ilalikuie Co contact iHferntatiua of V., there's no telling whon it is going to let btono- - with divine revelation. ti lad- u ,L.,ber of tho Kentucky Medical As- - was di'Stroyed by fire and with it 2'J hor- - lUihuI.Root, A. N. C. R Director uad Chief Attor-..- . oraddrcs call on IAsesvt at Junction Ciiv. Kv . & R. RANK ..f , N WOOLLn per- pod this damp, cool 'sociation. His remains weie taken to se3andinuli'8 and aSl.OOOrace-horfc. . rrav Pass. A)t l.rsintsu U Co up. 1 was sorry to Dennis I.on President of Denni Long A 111.' Int nf nnlj u.i.l l,n D I. HIUARDS C C MAKVKi ........ Im.i K.lv and Pine Mfir Co M. F. Klkin bought of J.C. Hradlcya .Stanford for interment Sunday. To the ihiil. here. weather. I wasn't expecting-sucI I V T A., II S Ilarlir Attornev for the City of Louis . Insurance on barn i?10,00U. v.iie in Kinau (I family go out the sympathy of nil here. calculated to benefit ono with harness gelding for iflfH). It is not i $-i- ii!. m l'tlrillllclia WIIH boollllM lor .III II nun in" .1. more to(, ami when tl mul a good deal inevitable collap-- e came it was as rotn-plet- e as there. Thousand of people lost nil they had, and in many instances more, a ml nto.it of those who could raise the necesiAry means to pay their faro lack Kast, left tint place saildei hut wiser men. Konts ami boiinl are not half what they wen- - during the Imoiii. IIoiih'h JUNCTION CITY, BOYLE COUNTY. to ftf per month that lirnht readily The negro who wns accidentally shot the market U stay Ht tlicti art a drug an the train at I'arksville by a drummer uinl one ui mtinvly h wound drod yards in any direction without seo-in- g received only a very nlisfht mid .M) iv ii in Mud a cigar. placards rending. 'This hoiiw tor "Laughing Hooni (July" is the apwile or rent." The tlepicointiun in tilt theiibwiice of urn-n- propriate motto on the little hoime used value of property ami of the ow nurs hnveoHitsetl Itto b mg-liHt- for a jail in this etty. It is almost toosmnll to a grunt extant. continent ly In for plenty of room to laugh in. Preparations are being made for the many pnrtu of the town wwd mv allow-fi- l torn hotel to e built at Lin iietu Springs ti grow. th fruit taw mul cypres hedges need trimming; ami not a few as soon m spriiiK mi rive. Thehotelwill be a model for a summer resort. premises lack that car which is eh-n- . I New-Orlean) Ih-s- PhlK I...i,kv.O.ii... ' IsrHUIOIt.-l.tK.' . or Pasadena. Foil. 10.' MO. ....... I.OH Allg.'.l'rl. cntdrrh. However, it niny not raiuiiiraiu before next winter 1....4 .!.!..!. ' II..... i im i miii v i I'll mil iiiiii si linn tv trt mo " MIIIMOril liiliar I linn in !!l.f nf .I.iiiiiurv ' ....... j. That was the Intkiuoh Jouh.vai., roceiv etl at H.irstow, Cal., forwarded from Thinking I would go to San l).ego lhad my mail sont there, and 1 haven t been able so far to have it for- warded to this place. I'm awful mix ious to hear from Kentucky. T It. Wu.ton. I "" ..... ..-- ..... i CRAB ORCHARD. MATTERS. I I M. H. Mortor.city editorof the Nash- -' villo American, will be married next (Jeorgo Kdwards has another bount Wednesday to Miss Kmma Collier, sister ing boy at his house, which makes a of Mi. J. . Collier, of the Franklin Faun-- Washington's birthday passed j liollpwl llV llll. Iialrintii nf tl.i " ' vIMnltv. " pair. vorite. MtTST SB Jtioom .it ni;.i-bO- ll. t ...... miiM-ulin- L t VACATED MARCH 1ST, bar-roo- Just Three More Weeks I - lppr BidFaiwelltoStanford en-Uit- 1 ! i ome While the Stock is Unbroken. ' sulli-cieutl- y j Overcoats, Cloaks and Shawls Lin-ne- y, At Astonishingly Low Prices. Lud-wic- Dry Goods, Staple as Gold, at Less than Cost for More Weeks. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps for Everybody at Less than Wholesale Prices. water- -works S. L. POWERS & CO., Tor Sale FOR RENT. two-year-o- s, Twenty Building Lots -- f POSTED. $50 BSWARB thein-iiiuitier- I fliuvnr'v J v W hus-the- ir j 't'1 - Por-kin- - j 1 s 75- C Otten-hei- m (Bift?) aK'Mirm !I0 PINE MOl'NTAIN 1 Iron and Goal Go., - $-'- 00 long-yeailin- g York, J5oslon, $:t,-Oi'- miw mBm'AN89 At Pineville. .,.,,,., fits. at e, (UaVHO)LI(Av - rnr-ho- ! hiui-Duri- . 1 , 1 V . . I ju-uu- t. j physi-Kouther- n I .V ... e A-- i . ,V loo-m- C ypzr:.-r-fcsas- r aaeiw ft'MimjuilXiJMamuan i?fctS, f'i mst ixmix mjyaaecu. ft in: r irnii"i ?isssnMhM III mil - SFLH-WRFKL- Y fl. US jsnrn. Stanford. Ky 3 I ll M til 14 v indefinite extension resolution in short order, though several members who lovo ' to hear themselves talk, persisted in ex-- ! Tho call of the iilainimr their votes. DEMOCRATIC TICK2T. ayes cud nays showed 11 for extension to weeli we V VAR.VOX 28 against it, the latter being record For County Jud, THOMAS makers who wished to pull the wool County Attorney, JOSKI'M B l'AXTOX; " County Clerk, GKORGK n COOI'EK; over their credulous" constituents. Tho " Sheriff, J N MLXEFKK; resolution utfa ituinedintelT reported to ' Jailer. SAMUEL M. OWENS; tho Senate, which was nlso considering AMtuor, E. D. KENNEDY; " Sup'tof Cm.non Schl, W F. McCtARV the question and that body after several hours spent in Hllibustering concurred the saloons. " Surveyor, HARRY A. EVANS. Bu.t v bach" Coroner. ARCH CAUSON. in it to 3, all of which means that tho J. T. Thompson, the young L. A N. ed Ini who n,s what, wii vrrzrrirrrr!rrrrSTmzrrr7mnr j)0yg nnvo jt.terniined to hold on to freight brakemnn who win hurt at BelLowest of floods mont last week, died Friday. He was Jin. Wattkuson tells a Milwaukee ro-- j their per diem till May or longer if , i.en, canoeoouou-forunless Mr. Cleveland goes to sible. It was absolutely necewary that from B.irdstown. that to offer; we The purchase money, said to bo over it, the convention backed by the solid vote tho session should be extended, its noth-- f come below New York, it would be suicide for tho j ingof general importance has been done, $l,100,0d0, for tho Jung and Crescent see once is democrats to nominate him mid says, but the solons ought to buckle down to- brewetiesat Cincinnati wai p:iid and "Under no circumstanced can Mr. Hill business now and get home at least by- they are now in English hands. The Durham tobacco factory nt be nemlnated. I kno.v bun personally corn planum: time Richmond, Va., cauaht tiro Saturday spect him, but do not believe that and r Jons Jacob AsTOit, the richest mnn in night, destroying it, Cameron tCo., and lie can over be president. He probably America, has gone the way of all flesh. Cameron & Sizer's factories; los $220,- can, and possibly will, defeat Cleveland tlrt .n 7 .... hl nA U...1 t..ff 1 flirfllfKk 4lU wi " Hiiwi...kl.i 000. r... it... nnn1;in;nn fmt lii.i'irmnt wiirn Hrantetl all the wav from $150,030,000 to V ...."I.,, .'II. w M ., The supreme court refuses to interIt IOr IlllllSeii. Iliuwiruiiuurniuil!5 00,000,000, which goes to his only som fere in the case of Tom O'Brien and un Dress Goods ! ! wool neem to have much lovo for Mr. Cleve William Waldorf Astor. This iiumen&o less the governor interferes ho will swing in. aii. be sold though ho says he hag nothing land, fortune was founded by John Jacob As- - at Lexington next Thumlny for the murRobes $G rc niM'nst him. From tho interview one itrat, who came vu .uici ior in der of his wife. wliie.li. tintbe sold, would obtain the impression that tHl,-o- uiu ...:... .1 Ml veri: HOI, Willi nil uluci wumnv jiuntrKiiuiio Three of the negroes engaged in the treat journalist is for Gov. Abbett, of but six flutes and two other inusicul in- Nnvassa :J. c cases t Cloth Island riot were sentenced to New Jersey, whom he describes as every n wh struments. He died in 1S30 with and M othots given death at Baltimore be inch a man anil every ounce a democrat. TFT n Goods, sentences in the penitentiary ranging politicians may not be for Mr. CleveOver Tho 10 Boots, eye, be sold, An exchange remarks that Prof. Lot- - from 2 to years. of cost. land, but the people are for him first, 'not A spring gun set in his burn at and all tho time, and if he is nominated, sette's memory system is creating great- Spring Hill, Mo., for burirlars, killed tho which now seems probable, they w ill cr interest than ever. It is a wonderful of George Dowel', elect him by such a majority as was nev system, as it makes one fail to remem two months biide door without knowing ber the things that he does not wish to. who opened the er known. For instance, those here who paid their of the arrangement. The first woman in tho United States story is sent out from Pikevillo good money for the snap have entirely The SAX.X3NTG3SH, by a Cincinnati Commercial Gazette cor- forgotten, leastwise they never mention to become the president of a railroad is Mrs. Charles I). Haines, who has just respondent that the I bitfields had biibed it, that they bit at the alluring bait. Attorney Smith, of Frmikiort, ln.l.. been elected president of tho Minden tho jail cook with $200 to put strychnine has been given two yearn in the pemu-- i Valley Railroad Company in Texas. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. in tho food prepared for the guards. She Fred A. Walton, the agent of tho tinry for HtilKirnation of perjury. weakened, however, after trying the A hill to incorporate the Bank of Pacific Express Company at Dalliin, Tex., The corpfees of 14 infants were font drug on the cat with fatal results and Stanford is before the House. who stolo $35,000 from the company, has by firemen in a burning nous at mr- failed to fulfill her part 01 theaigeement. The Senate has parsed a bill reducR. Ho saw, EaglHiid. Thv establishment wh. been arretted at St. Johns, The understanding was that she wan to ing the State tax from 4"i to 4'.'J. of tho money in his pocket. presided over by a iiiined had $7,000 inform them when the men got sick and The prohibition question is to bo His ollense is hot extraditable. bkohinska. then they would raid the jail and rescue in Hardin, after a trial of four in the Iowa legislath'j condemned mnn. The Hatfield are years. The dead-locReybttrn, rep , was elected to w ture havintr been broken the vote for ceed Judiw Kelley in tho 4th IVunsyl-tani- a ery desperate individuals, hut it is more ' Senator Breckinridco had parsed an district by 1,200 majority less than tlun likely that this story is a weak in- act to incorporate tho Cincinnati A Ken- governor was jointly cnvn?ed, showing that Boies, democrat, Mas elected by Kelley's l.wt and 2,000 votes behind the tention of a sensation fiend, whodelights tucky Southern railroad company. Fancy Flannel Shirts, majority. The republican lieuten- iiiunieip.il republican ticket. His oppofrom in serving tip something Gov. Buckner has pinned the Cigarnent, Mr. Ayros, was an outcpoken tariff the dark and bloody ground for the ben-et- ette bill and now no child of IS or under ant governor's mnjority is 1,()82. Thu Panhandle and Pennsylvania reformer, and the same gentleman who of his Northern readers. can buy the little pesUt without subject- roads west of Pittsburg have consolidaIfW-reinn against Judge Kelley at tho bit elec Kris, Dress Skirts, Ffque Shirts, Shirt I'kesident Harrison has adopted an ing the seller to Bevcre penalty. ted under the name of the Pittsburg, tion. Bills for the benefit of the Rush by appointmnmaaly means of Cincinnati A Chicago. Anissu"of $180,- ing negro postmnsters at the homes of Branch Turnpike road Company and for 000,000 in stocks and bonds will be made. Taxation in itelf is never a blessing, it Plain and Fancy Kid Gloves, He has sought board of internal improvement for Lin- There are 1,051 miles in the system. Southern Congressmen. is always a burden. So long as taxation to "humiliate" several in this way, tho coln county have hcen presented by Mr. r limited to tho necessities of tho bus is A stenographer ami last being Representative Crisp, of Geor- Warren. economically administered, the been placed on each of the Pennsylvania The bill to incorporate the Cumber- limited trains between Chicago and New people are willing to bear tho burden; Driving: GIovcn, gia, the man who fought Reed and his mob so persistently in their determina land railroad company, presented by Mr. York. Ho will take tho dictation of pas but when a tribute is levied upon them over the minori- Warren, passed the House, after orae sengers free of charge, transcribe the beyond tliHt, they have cause ,for com tion to tide rough-shoty in Congress. If Mr. Harrison renlly slight amendments ns a com promise with same and mail letters or dispatch plaint. In bows, four in hands and Scarfs at wants to show his fondness for tho negro the one sent from Adair. from the train. I.t. Gov. Bryan has put the qnestion why does ho not appoint one postmaster A Kentucky pucker advanced a Cinso often that he bus gotten so he can say in the North, where they made his eleccinnati bunco man i'X on a $1,000 check tion possible and where brotherly lovo this faster than yon can think, and here'4 to pay a freight bill. Aft-- the transac- Capital to Build Houses to Rent. is supposed to predominate? No, as ho about tho way he does it: tion the man slipped out and did not reWilli a tew A pcrminrut invetmnt said himself, "J should dislike very much "Senatoratllinfavoroftheresolutionsayayo lW turn. It then dawned on the old fool simple tc.i'ily. Inn.Mie fi office )cr. J thoseopposednoanilclerkwillcalltheroll." to see a negro at Indianapothat he had been worked, but it was too Hon. R. C. Warren is preparing a 'ate, his money was gone. lis." C. A. BENEDICT & CO., big speech against tho unconstitutional News conies via San Francisco of the Gov. Hoiks will be inaugurated gover- methods which are being endeavored to Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, destruction of more than l.IJOO Japanese nor of Jowa next Thursday and tho be used in calling a constitutional conTANkORI), KY. w?"':Kc fishing boats with all their ctews, off tho 'ieh aiScroluU, I'Iicm, l.S",K.,i;c,"e., ' M MmI Thri . nv. democrats propose to make the event vention. He says that the people have xr.h'L.l'-V." t..s.,.rrl a. ' during a January btorm. coast of Japan, II AVIS' ...w.i r.na iincnmipiciunl to ukc of it the Iron tunu. It euro Dr. did-- ,. Welti Jrillt J to order .rid Pump liirrmhfd one long to be lemombcred. Ho will not said by the majority required that Hundreds of bodies have been cast factory pnc. It KtVO , .,HI.I.II. ...If Mljtl impurtt new rnctgy to the mticle and ncrTout ivMem Trier Si rr tmtil.. be the first democrat to occupy tho gu- they want the convention and that they ashore by tho waves and whole villages ""''M fSYKL '' " " "' h: '"t worm Killer, .ind e,pell,r relwbl' to the .,!",' V"''"8 tt bernatorial mansion in 40 years. Visit- would have said so nt the polls had they are in mourning for their dead. rccom,,,cmU "' " JAS. O C.IYF.NS W.M.AVKIJs. I'Imiw l.ir.ife anj .5 ' will also be treated with the rare so desired. In the latter statement lie is ors ""-u' ,m"- '-, The Kuusee, Standard, Jollico Mounc' AA.fH ,V.S.,h!;iN ,:.r'u -. Meadach.? &GLVENS, sinht of a democratic speaker presiding borne out by the vote when tho conven- tain, Proctor and East Tennessee mines lUnafaituriHl and lor to the trxle by the over tho lower House of tho Legislature, tion was called 10 years ago. In Attornoya at Law, havecoiitolidnted tinder the name of the WHXIAMSWURG DRUG CO., a curiosity indeed sine- - it is almost post the number of qualified voters reported Southern Jellico Coal Co., and it will 327 Fifth St., Louisville, Ky. recollection since a member of that par- by the auditor was of whom 0 build a' railroad miles long to Jollico in ty was similarly honoied. But Iowa hits Mircvc rtuilding voted for the convention. In 1S18 order to bo independent of the East Ten-- , r ftllm into the democratic li tin and is the qualiflid voters numbered l.lO.ijlS nufce, which it claims tried to f re exit herself in this year of our and 101.S28 vutd for the constitutional fltANK MA1MM the minus out lust Miinmer. JAV U. OIVI'.NS Lord. Thu tnritratritHtiondid it. convention, which wasiiccordinuly culled - senator IngalK by request, intrin 1850 Mr. Warren is for a constitu- duced a bill to ami ltd the interstate GlYESS 5. KERMQU. ti J viim' TiiEMayfleld Monitor says thut the tional of J convention, but he in opposed to law by providing that any peron RBAl. SSTATB. gentlemen who signed Mij. Henry s unconstitutional eon I methods for willing it. ihippiuKorMiiuggliut! intoxicating NV HiitaV bond for $300,00-- an listed with - - KeiaUscky. be to or Territoiy that forof uors into a.State over $700,000 of propctty. The people of MEWSCONOEfiSED r I.anl l.ot,Cil, Iron and ml orreJMmU-li- ' t.o.ichi bids the side of it shall be doomed guilty Town or Mllrl a his section tire wry proud of his apC oil CotnmixMoii. Indhma'siloublt-headebaby, which of a j.iUsdcmcnur, and that any milioad; r 101 .i.iled pointment us suite trv.temer. The pawas born last June, died in a iiiiim'uiii at company that transports tho ham j shall per adds that ho is a man M bound busibo tlntfd $100 for each offense. ness sense, a honest an ever a man was Iiiilfalo. 'Jul. John Mason Drown loaves his A Midway niuruhaiit who had IihiI and lie will till the position in ns accepSchool Wall cntirn.ostatc, estimated at $100,000, to his till tapped tixod a double table a manner as any man in the StaU. his wife. bieady unery first-clas- s barrel gun to it tho other night so that it To tam as for the sjlc of Nt.ilOII Mo f.r am The nuances of the Commonwealth will l' uarnteeil It is sunt out that the retiring turns-uru- r would go off when tim drawer was cmp'oviui-ngoods. icn .CMful men Apply Monte, i.itn ae to do be safe in his hands, and he will come i of Mississippi is $250,000 short in touched. A burglar entered us usual lion tint paper, M'USI-RCO , HunttMllr, la. in. out of the oflico with tho good will and AUMIAMA best if man-lik- e thnt night, the gun was discharged and respect of all with whom he may have his accounts. Very By the explosion of a boiler at Rut! the burglar tilled with shot. Ho made dealingr. ef Glen, Va., three men uie killud and his escape, but was traced by the blood IB. Ik the legislature is anxious to inves- six wounded. and found to be riholby Ford, the hon of Rufus Gun fnild to gooff the rail- a farmer of good repute. tigate somebody, who seems to need inLot on Main Street in Stanford. to Judge W. Jv road track near Mannington and was run vestigation, wo cite them The vicinity of San Francisco is sufCiH.unninir t loacro. Russell of tho 18th Judicial District. down by an engine. fering from rain storms. Two inches fell Three murderers paid the death pen Friday. The season's total rainfall to 51 Acres Land, Commonwealth's Attorney Shuck makes On Crab Orchard pike. 3b imorous serious charges against him, alty in Pennsylvania, Thursday, and five date now nearly "qnals thnt of tho fam which if even half true, would indicate others were sentenced to di. ous season of IS K, the year of Sacramen- Columbus Bucrgy, nearly now, and The Interstate Commission has that it is time for the judge to go. Let to's ilood. Tho records show that 39 inoovoral Ohairs 2 Rockers. that tho reduction in rates given ches of rain fell thero that season to tho his conduct of oflice bo investigated by If the land in njt rold it will he fnr rent. .r all menus. Th people demand it and by railroads to theatrical companies is present dale. Too same record for this further information apply to V. I'. or IJ. V Will T. R. WAIION illegal. This will have a tendency to Beason eives a total of 37, cr only two ton, Stanford. the judge deserves to be vindicated, if ho is not in league with criminals ns Mr. lessen the number of barn btormers now inches less than tlie'JSrf season. on tho road. Shuck would indicate. Kmnm Wiles, a sauio iiamsoi iroin i The large dam, I milt across tho Nieholasvillc, foil in love with a Tiik crazo for running around tho rivor, in Arizona, by the Walhack tlriver whilo visiting the lattur determined to go to Milllt'h'irou;h, I world to break thu record of exploits in nut Grovo Storage Company, at a place. Lovo ran smoothly for awhile, Ilatmzwill bller for iulc.it publu juitiim on coit that direction, is on and many attempts of SMO.OOO gave way under p'ressuro from but tho usual quarrel ttiiue, and whoa are to be mnde. Tho citizens of Port a flood, nnd Bwept everything bofoto ft. tho gallant hack tlriver aworo ho would Saturday, March 1st, 1890, Townsend, Washington, hive subscrib- Forty persons arj thought to have the auditor visit thu girl no more, her tentlor heart On fruin premise! in the I. mile frompile, ,4 miles polStanford and $; I.ancnmrr, ed SJ.OOO to send Miss Jtegina Roths- ished. , thistTiiolnnnouiu'u-iiiontcould not withstand I.auii, well improv ioj Acrct ot jtood child around upon her guarantee that Mr. Dolph's bill, which will bo facd; jo acres can go in corn, 30 in win and re so sho wont olf and drank a cup inainder she will make tho trip in C'J days. It is vorably reported, providing for dofeii8.-- of cold poison. Tho doctors tried to houses are Is in grass. The direlluiK and out good. also said that Georgo Francis Train will on tho Pacific coist, carries an Also 3 Morses, a Cow, 2 Csdic. 40 Moji, 150 barn filappropri- pump it out of her, hut the rels of Corn, Clover Hay, a new MrCorm. ck attempt to break tho record, but if ho ation of $123,000,000, of which 21,300,000 ature refused to disgorge and was hood TJilljkeep constantly on hand a large and select linejof Furnituro IHtulrr, in'- Wood S ul key KaLe and Mower new Umpire breaks his neck instead the people will will be available in tho year ending hack drivers Houitlold andWheat Orill, IIukk; and Harne, and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as Juno in that happy clime where Kitchen Furniture, c. rejoice over tho fact that one less crank JJO, 1S91; $9,000,000 for 11 years so'd it wi the thereafttr cease from troubling and the weary lover If madefarm is nut day ot sale ho reuteu. Term can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conkooyvn on has gono to his reward. and $2,500,000 in the year 1902-- 3. d ALKXANDFU HOUZCI.AW. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. at rest. is " ' I a spectator of the proceed- NTFRIOR JOURNAL :inK3 of the legislature during the con- sideration of the question of extending tJ e 8eS!,j011 beyond the constitutional r,0 days, which would expire on . PfiiwwJAMV 2i 1800 limit of 27th. T!i- - IIoiipo put through an the Wf-wer! . W. F. WALTON. ' I ; i , I Lightning killed a young man wko was talking with his sweetheart at Jack- eon, 0., and did not harm the girl. Tho president has Bent the name of E. E. Watktns to the Senate for continunt Williamsburg. ation as Gov. McCreary has obtained the consent of the War Department for tho railroad to bridge the Kentucky tivor. Irvine. Tho Maryland legislature has pnssed the State for Congress-iona- l a bill to purposes. It makes five districts democratic. The female cranks after a farce of a trial at Spickardsville, Mo., were let off with a fine of $5 each for demolishing post-mast- L, ' "WORTH READING. 99 Every word of this advertisement is worth a careful perusal, will inaugurate one of for this coming The Greatest Opening Spring Sales , pos-port- er , ' I Ever placed on record. simple assertions are 'little value unless positive proof. Those have dealt with know that ojje rjor sate isuucays at die prices tliat the same nualUii columns of tins paper could not enumerate the many attractions have but if yon will read few of the items you will understand at and then and why it that The LooisvL Store Prices are . ... J.i hi to Beat, . ...:., $20,-003,00- 0. Dress Goods Just opened, superior all Henrietta. rue icaaws opruiQ snaaes, wiucti will ulouis at oOaper iard Handsoim Novelty Enwroidered a pattern. also opened three cases of will at 10c, loc, 20c and best French per ya rd. dust received jive Sateens at Spring of in in black and fancies, 't as bought at 50c on the dollar and will sold same ter way. Ml such as Blankets, Comforts, Flannels, Jeans', coats, Cloaks, regardless will - rs. i I THE LOUISVILLE STORED J. Stanford, Main Fit $. IMA STAGER. I GentsTupnishiiiffJ Goods mid-wi- fe k Light, Medium and Heavy Undearwear, red-h- ot it d ad M ( type-write- got-emine- nt Work Cloves, HupenIcrs, a Iarj;c Line of Now Neckwear d tele-grai- Wanted. r STAGG & McROBERTS. 84- -t post-mast- The Great Remedies! rei !l,. '"' i.k . 1 . '. mU-prr- AYRES ! ."'..'LV"' C-- 18-1- l:lo,-M5- , !,-(W- " mi-y- j 351" 'la l - -- coiu-tuei- Pinevillc, 1 d purchased the interest Jfr. Stag, will duel the business at the old stand, where shall pleased supply the wants all former and new patrons from O TI C respectfully, WIllinixiNburKy. EI watch Full Stock of Druss SALESMEN Paints, Oils, Boohs, Paper, Jewelry WAITTBD i. k i -- FOS SAL'S! 1 style. and Silverware at low prices, for I have a good Jeweler ready and je weir repairs the worh W. MoBOBERTS. -2 of SEW MAE KinCFFBJtAW, STORE! PB'(DFa do-cid- ed I I JJiui-vill- fs gale of ad person. al Prooerty. I-ancl lllue-Ora- si s love-lor- - suchoods ios-t- " P01.1 wny wayfjMrntyiit'mifr . " 'jwy. v 'T rr" x j' wf" w t.v ryi V Jf WickHUe, tho of nire clover hay nt 35 renin per) Tub trinlof Semi-WeekInteriorJournal Lot ami timothy nt 40 cent at I. Rn who killed Mr. Evan Warren, is set for at Dnnvillt and that of Isaac M. HriitVe. Shelby, Jr., for killing George Lingi'ii Stanford, Ky., FniiuuAiiT 25, 1890 Mils. J. II. Stuhiu.sr will onen up a' felt, for next Friday. A special venire new line of millinery goods at Crab OrIk-att- Ik our people want tho Cumberland railroad to be built through the county, now is the time to Rtrike. We learn that if the is obtained the work will commence in HO days. Messrs. J. S. Murphy, F. Held, J. E. Hrnce, John O. woa oidored in each oast). chard the lft of March. Xcal and K. L Tanner have been ap . O. WALTON.BUS. ManBROr Cait (Ikeii tellrt us that a white man pointed to secure the and Lkavk orders for 'bua to K. 0. depot ... . .,., ,,... nt ..,. killed a at Jollieo Saturday at either the Mvers Houhh or Fortmun MEANS BUSINESS. could not learn tho names of ly ! to-da- y The tooner Delays Are Dangerous I Jo n A is lortihcil agmmt the tllvnte tho more cctUm is the result. the ytem ol thf ho; JWM'"J Prevents Disease, Arrests rity. KKAD1IIK KVIDKMCR: Dis- right-of-w- ay neglect fceil.tig )our hog with DBh JOS. HAAS' ease, Destroys Worms, Increases the Flesh, Hastens Matu- m-gr- Com k mid settle your account. A. H. runny. Watch im and jewelry repaired and House. They will receive attention. T. Xiuuiulluy. A. . a ' hit her of them. blithe it, .,.,, right-of-w- ay i Tub Cincinnati Southurn will make Krrantod. A. K. Penny. cheap excursion rates to the sale of town Tiik best place to buy drupj, patent lots at IIarriuinn,Tenn., on the 'Jotli and inwlicines and toilet articles is at A. H. 20th. Sale hegiiiH on tho latter day. I'eunv'a Kinky si Au.kn have contracted to Bur your school hook, ink, tablets, taper, 'Hindis and school HiipplieK of ll build a frame house for Mr. kinds from A. It Fenny. Oeorge 1'. (Wight on the hilt of the one tnti-story PERSONAL POINTS. rccontly burned, which will cost about $2,61M. IIos K C. WAKUKNMiid Ashby spent S'unday at home. Mil. M. 1. NKntoMii, of Mt. Vernon, wrw in town Friday. Itic. John HkixUiimon lus been on a vlait to his parenu in Mercer. ItoiiKiir Fk.nx.hi. is eonllned to lm room with a slight uttuuk of piieiimonlti. It. U. Haii. and wife, of Somerset, have been visiting their parents here. Fax-ton- Lion Mkiikt, the negro who struck Ike Logan, another., negro, over the head with a club and inflicted an ugly wound, was hold over till circuit court in $W bond, which he trvo. k.-.- Tho miinlerer wiw lodged in jail at Wiliiamsburg and if ho deserves it, as wo suppose ho does, it ib hoped that a hanging will shortly occur &3MKI in Whitley. an ell'ort to attnch Theiik has been Itowland and Stanford, but wo fear it bus miscarried. Somo of the citizens thete are opposed to it, though us a matter of economy they might well consider it. Tho proposition is to givo them two members of the city council and a policeman, but this does not seem to be sufficient inducement for the aspiring citizen to give up his chance to wear tho title of police judge of Rowland. . m IjoI every mnn be as liberal as he can in dealing with them, if he cannot free of charge. ...,! Z POULTRY REMEDY arrcpteu dlmtte In mv Ihti! mlnir remedy and all ire ell now and cm at heftrtl) m ever It it surprising. A. II. Vnmi. Ir!rw, Ky I or Tmiike notices of intention to apply for liquor license are up in town for the next county court and the probability is that I tale t4eamre in rMMatMm4iaj Remedy to do all thai U ctametl, a In'b. with RttaX Utiafact 1 T V. ' Haas' Ho? Wmrf. huveusuil u. Liberty, Kjr. find Ita ef at noon next Monday the saloon system HOG will take tln place of the drug store and tho blind tiger. Those who will apply for license next Monday are K. II. Burn-sidM. C. I'ortmun and Anderson Carr, the latter a gentleman of color, who is as much entitled to the privileges of the law, provided he complies with its requirements, as the white man. The city license tax will likely be fixed nt tho minimum rate of $500 for the first year. e, arri-t- cr dli(c. Xemedy a pcnliite ptivaiitrvr .inl J 1. IUmthttl Leximton, Ky. JfVAiL for testimonialt In a contest lietoten iliccnte, hith lptroy and thi remedy, which attists nature to build up, Prices cans 4'-y- for ate hy r. MB'ICALF, Stj-ifdr- Ky $J.J-- , $!.$ nd 30c per packugc; t; H Time iti Kvcrythinjj. Mem. Tim hrjet paekaces are the chaapent. "HosoloKjr " a pamphlet on tinc, rM Ue ent t stamp to any address on reeafpt uf JOSKI'll HAAS.V S, Indtanspotls. lad 10J two-cen- administrator of Hank Sni so Thomas M. Kail, deed., I rit' HI at public auction on Monday, March It, county court da), 1(1 shares Lincoln National spent I.km.ik Wikmi.n, of Thomas C. Hall. . K.ink Mock. Sunday with his aunt, Mrs. Martha TiitHKputri)tk-citins,thchankorsaiipot-oflU- o ry Sunday with leaky clouds. That CHURCH AFFAIRS." night a severe thunder btorm, accompaItev. Ueorge Hunt went to New Hanied by heavy ram, startled the from that tune till we went ven yesterday to assist Itev. Hurkholder and Arc headqufirters for to press yesterday rain foil until the in a protracted meeting. Itev. J. It. Savage, of Georgetown, whole face of the fin th seemed a sheet of water. Tho precipitation must have who is to assist Itev. T. J. Uodbey in the W. J. Moiiiik !Ls Intro Saturday to sue people, celebrated Washing-ton'- s Vivid lightning meeting nt the Methodist church, arrived been several inches. ono of tho pretty teachers at the birthday in grett shape. The old s yesterday and services will be held daily rolling thunder continued at and Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel gentlomau would have beun IAS Saturall day, adding further to the vaiio-t- at 10 a. m. ami 7 i. m. until further no-Mu. W. I). Stauu served as a grand jti day, If he hadn't been siiieamish about Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no At !t o'clock lce. of this unusual winter. Itev. Henry Duncan, a Baptist min- lur in tho 17. S. Court at Louisville Inst telling a lie. Tho good die young mid there was a cloudburst and the rain M.:.... i I'.m , 1. 11a., rriuuy, plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to ii week. he wus made a victim. The Street Was a "Wl' "" "U,K,U "t as it never did before .Miis Ma do ik Tuckhii. of the Ma lor trie mutiler ol his wile last July. huge canal and the creek Hwelled in a work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. A objection made by one of the wood vicinity is the guest of thu Misses Georgia Haldree, a young woman, ad- - do good ers of this county to the proposed rail- - few minutes to a mighty, roaring river, ' l,,,"'B'rei ,1L' poison and afterwards It wasabsolutely alarming, The damuue Mit. axii.Milh. 11. W. Uivkkh liavo ru- - roail which is to run from this place to uiopuo vrnii iiil' jiarboii, miu ns cupiur is lou nil to bo heavy. ed in Flouda. turned from a tisit to Mrs. Surber, t Nshvllle is that it will onhanco the lands so that the owner cannot atlord to Lexington from Waynesburg did Tiik soil longer and will be nnd a Miiu I.ixyic .miMak. HaiHiir h e, till the buninwiH. Solomon with thrown not arrive till Friday, when the vote on good Wanted. to To rent outwho nouse'work all his will garden some one returned (torn a pleasant visit to frionds tho prohibition law whs olllcially declarwilom could not have invented no mi ed as given below. It will be seen that well. J. II. Miller n ni isauvtiie. annwernble an objection ns this. Mk. J. I). Situs and wife have iiiouhI j the majority is exactly tho same as given . There is no immediate danger of the Dealer In- Ohio, to iimist in Mr S. L to Columbus, T(K JllICM8tt.r Xuw- - JMm,( H ,x.wKe in our issue of a week ago: United States becoming overcrowded, FOK RkrKAL. AOMMST Fowors' store tboie. , by interviews how unuii- wntju to for Joseph Niinmo, J r., shows in Frank No Mas. J. 15. Maiitin and her two bright 1iOIW Uw of lmt winy )(ro w Sunfard, Leslie's paper that since independence 16 al4 t boysnro with her sistor, Mis. Adolph ,,l() rMwiiA prop.,.,! frum Hurgin, in Hubble was achieved the United Statis governM Unilorwoml, st Rowland. -- . '3 Mm.,,rcoiinlv, through tJsrrard to tan Crab Orihsrd ment has been the largest owner of ara. Walnut Hat Mn. .1. It Faiiiii took his little Km, cllMk.rf theiicJ to lioone's (iap, in ble land on the earth. Tim total area of ......u 'iJ to UumvUI Sunday to consult QI)( Ua.na. , ,.Koc. in Jackson, tl.onco llustonvillc unsold, domain," Tarnersville .....'rf nt tho "public l,S4U,07'.,)oMisold andand con an oecullht m rear.l to hU eye. U) .Mncl.htr, Clay county, and thence WayneAbMrg jnaj ). acres amounts to ......... f HaiivbHklv has gone to I ... tho most practicable route to Middles-Tonn- KiiKtllr stitutes 72 per cent, of the total area of 33 to purchase real estate IJI bon) The work was verv cleverlr ilone MiuIiUihiI the United States, including Alaska. KY., town, YhihU now enjoying a Imjoiii. lnnil icllectn inuch credit on the voting Total About 700,000,000 acres of land have . ,0l ." SmM. Wii.iiitk.oI 1uilsville, "" j, iU)r. J1 M.ijenly 1,150,000,-00- 0 been sold and donated, about 11 JhiiichT. CArnou, of Cincinnati, spent', acres remain unsold. As the area of Desires to call attention to the complete line he has of everything kept Olllce Singer ManuSckcial Notick Saturday and Sunday with friends here, j Tiik city council met Saturday night Grocery and Provision Store. Large invoices of goods Alaska is 3G9,o;iC,000 acres, tho ana un- in a First-Clas- s Mimw Kli.a amii (iAiKWoon Uivk.ss, and altr a stormy Mission agreed to facturing Company, Cincinnati, 0., Feb. sold exclusive of that territory is about just received have made his stock one of the best to select from in 10, l.StX): We beg leave to announce that of Lincoln county, are tho guest, of MltM aUtml by its action to tlr tho liiiior 780,000,000 acres. town. Besides Harrodsburg Demo- - jcens at not less than 1WX) normorethan Mr. P. II. Idol has been relieved from Vaiurmlall. il.tKN). There was a Htrong ell'ort made tho management of our business at Dancrat .VKW AOVKllTIsKllENrs Miuclt J. Licks, of Nashville, who n, ,Hko the minimuiu io0, but it was ville, Ky., and Mr. It. Kison has Wen ranio up U stH her mother, Mrs. J. M. nrgued that while the present board has anoointed our dulv authon.ed agent in mSlL.K. U.MUKKLI.A with gold han- j Cook, spent Saturday with her nister, a majority of high license men, tht next lus stead. In order to secure prompt at-rel.ind or lluitunville. Alon He has a large lot of 17. supposed to CJ. H. Cooper. set to be elected in April might go in on tention, all communications with refer- - day, FebI he finder will be have tecn byleft in the Mrs. t,..:.... Machines, should h.ict to Mrs J. W N. Mt rewarded Ky returning S. M. Owe.ss has returned from Hig the platform of low license. There is enco to Singer Vernon, same bo addressed to "The Singer ManufacturStone Gap, when Wo has been dealing in hardly a man in town, who is not a estate and where he picked up a hibiliunist, that does not adxocato high ing Co., Danville, Ky." The public is ! license and our reprosontati ve should see cordially invited to visit our now parlor8 cool to.OOO. Hnlly for Sain ! At Hcatonable 1'rice. Which he will sell at the bottom market price. Call and sec him. dispatcher on that the law ib railroaded through this on Third street, two doors south of tho MiuT. F. Sci.nk, train where a full supply of Needof the L. Si X., was hero w ee k. hands high and a Wc will nil our Jack; he is the main lino a partReason les, Farts and Attachments may be ob- splendid breeder parties for sale liebeis botherSunday, to tho delight of many friends and Tuu report comes from (irays.a station tained. Very respectfully. The Singer nership lack through the din'l want tJ further par. Kor season. ed witnlnm in general and one in particular. titulars call at lleyuolds' Store at Uee Lick, hear on the Cumberland Valley Branch, that Manufacturing Company. the price and see thelack Miw. William Shy, of Harrodsburg, ... - -REYNOLDS .V WILSON. John Stringer, of Fittsburgh, and Anio aw who was Miss Mary Gentry, returned Houm: IltuNKi). About noon Friday drew Lane, of Trigg county, were killed home .Saturday, after a visit to C. V. an encounter at a whisky dive near tho residence of Mr. A. K. Hundley, near ituntryund other relatives in this vioin- - in thero Sunday. Stringer's jugular was thu Hoyle county line, was discovered to Itv. so far progressed that "Model Grocery" you will find "Tiik Danville Advocnt? says that F. A. severed by a stab through the neck ami bo on lire and had oiler my Hotel Property sltuattd at Kin;nil!e, ell'orts to save it or its contents were 01 111 the left hicuht just was shot Marks, the well known tailor of that Line .! Lincoln county, Ky , at a bargain if sold at once, .. . .1.... little avail. The neighbors hurried to containing 10 gtxjd rooms; nil necessary outbuild-iliKt. !.. upiu-nM- i 11 is nun place, has sold his stock nntr gool will uoove me ncari. Coffees, whisky Ac A splmdid the scone and succeeded in saving a very has liteu voted back inplace to open since will the county; or I to Mr. tir.iham Price and his forui'T cut- Lane was shot by Stringer and the latter W L MiCARTY, Goods every of furniture, but it was Address knifed by Louis Hrothors. Line was a small ijuantity Klngsville, K. tor Mr. Murrv. jo; If rendered almost useless by being broken of the Xoith Cheese, best H. L.Ooil, of Hn7.l Oreon. won carpenter in tho empley tl...nr..ir.rh-.t- l honors at iho Centre Col- - Jollieo Cnttl Coinwmy. ami was a .piiet, 111 the hurry to get it out. It is suppos- XAvQvy -, industrious man. Mnniier wasadespei-'- , ed that the lire caught from sparks on loco "d uxorclwH Mossrs. It. P. Jacobmid His Mid this ws the) tho roof, as it was first seen there. The Tobaccos. V cTltnullov and J. J. Hogsett being ate character I wgonsnd horstv eighth man he had shot. Whisky tho, building was ono of the oldest 111 tin my have added !H' buJies, my muMc secuiid to thi. Iii.1i..mi to livry business, nwkinK lie carries an county and was known ns the bwitty tunc in this Miction First clau turnouts on suort His stock is always clean, fresh, full and attractive. Mu. J. H. Lkti'IIKK, of Uuisville, hue! cause. feediag by the oil), week (ir month a Logan house. It wan of brick and was notice and assortment of Queenware, Glassware, Tin- and Woodenware. O J THUKMONH, ?eeialty. in thu dlsjHiUh- ken tho "third trii-Junction City, Ky. ... ......1 urmur,I..1.. .1.1. !.... J"0 , oiin l. uruiiKiiAit, who was h built over 70 years ago, though it had 207 am cr'sollieeai iiow.anu Give him a call and he will make it to your advantage. M1H llrtiuttiomla, died Sunday night of been remodeled repeatedly to keep ce lv Mr. T. A. Iliw. Air. isico hi nu ' iullammittion of the IrivvcIh, aftor an ill- - with the generations it has sheltered. AN ISSTRAV. U....L-iiMdA.if wbit Mr. J. F. Mudd on tint "m-oiiMairt:rlitiiii omI. iti ho Tho loM is quite heavy and is only having increas.! to trick," the bit. ,w hmM old a Red m kv lwt coveted bv an iiihurance of $2,500. Take up at theyearsJackson Cutns farm, bush f old, droop hr aud Steer, afcoot a Huch an axtant Untit b d.tHcult for one m01H',g Uu, .Ju.re Wtfro mm(m ml urn whit Willi I! K1KI8 IUV man wnuoimvoniimt t.i- -i mv--i(U,Uiilmi . u . . . ..1 i,v n blow H kuoi it ii.i.k. .lames U. Uivens, tho ..j. .. . . , ,, ,..,,., ... ,. -- .,! mt,hi,i..iit of tho company which has Wamkxk ia oie of tlio niccaU . dk)iiuv " " iiiinsniiisi Mini! " "( littlop.i8Wintlioilou.st. ami is a ,)0et uiorloll, oxaminatiou was made, Iweni organisted with a capital of $2,000,- BLUE'GRlSSKURSERIESjD-&lJ-U'3-(3cTS3rT- ? as much thought of as his futher, w"pilinl 000 to develop thh pretty mouutitin IlWm it WIW ol ,0i,i. Tln A Full Mock, nt Kintultt vnrv highly In every oouys umi woman admitted to her physician that town, said to a repoiter: "llarbourvillol aske.1 Asliliy e illation .it Frankfort. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, 'noTTne nnnirs QTATTriMT?.PV has .. population of 2,.'00 and is rapidly in their periodical family broil iiwiw.-i.i.. . , . , .a.w-.whom ho wHhetl 10 stio mo&t at home herhusb...dimdpushtHlhr down and growing. In a tow y.wm tins igure win o;.p. EmM replied: "Mania thst, Msteissei-an- d sat on her. but she rofusotl to sav he bo more than quailnilel. e are go- - bu, and ho thepianu-i's v" ... ii. .. .... .. ... e lilive al-- ! .. . .. . iuimci.. natio. . t. pmes 10 ai.uu.iLM c.ini a gen-.. . FANCY ARTICLES, rV.fi --OU fe and my dog third," but he after- strinik her, calling It a shove instead. ing to put- on city uiis, tio. nTV. mcA nllcation. both replete with practical information 11 V HIL1.1NMKYKK, wards admitted in strict conlldenco that Mr. Dudderar seomed to bo verytlevoted ready made a contract with the Thomp 1051m Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded. l.cuncton, Ky. people for a system of elee-tii- e the dog was second. to tho woman, slid tho matter must bu lnejAica JiU. a f lights and in 'Jl days the plant will exaggerated. CITY AND VICINITY. will bo be at work and tho electric lights STOCK OF WATCHES, THEaARCEST Tun sherillol tho election made a lit blazing all over tho town. More than Cioiu.tTS :0 cents per set nt S. S. My-of the names of thoe who voted for that; we have just contracted with a New cft'cKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. ers. whiskv and it is said tliev will have sev Albany man for the construction of tlvo v.. ...... i Hver brought to this market. Prices lower than Sun I). erttl bundled copies printed, ami pot miles of street. The mules men and will sell Desiring to quit tho Hotel business, the lowest. Winches, Clocks and Jewelry He. this page. my Hotel us llusionvilie, I incoln conn-i)- . en them in every consiicuous place in the wnK0,1B are already on the ground and pmatcl) ro. my and paired on shprt'.nolicc and warranted. 0 tnpv lias a It is . . . 1.1 .1 for i Sunday last Mrs. M. ". nurnsius iook uisinct, so iniu every oneuuiy kiiowwiio the work will be completed in 00 days good room as(or a bur It iswilt be a tine pliueinn. CusinukS, no longer prohibi the county the tiee which Bho has it jH that don't hold themselves higher rhe principal stieet is 'Ji miles long and There is a urge and plenii:illy built Livery Stan lemon from ble attached und the location is (joocl forlitery boon cultivating for some time, which than to vote for thu accursed tratlic. The 100 feet wide, and will he called 'Allison business All nutlmildmcs, includini; shod, crib - names of tho chuich members will bo ami brawlinc department in good repair Anvode weighed 2 pounds ami which was capaavenue,' in honor of Louisville's wishing tJ locate in a ;ood plate todobisme.s for Allisa star. Waynesburg letter marked with townsman, Mr. Young K. uillctn ueil 10 can iu sue next 30 u..yi tm u bin of uud.iiik: ouougli lomoniule to sell and someone will net a bargain. Wl.'ll U'lKir illf, t.. cr.f incline.. l.itrkrtll .. .. ....ftu. ... on. Harbourvillo is in the race and oth- terininedblacksmith shop on III Cmnrciit large prohibition family. ('sod premise and tho bcM inside pocket that the afore er nags must look to their laurels. i?ho stand in town . Slo , in our 1). S. CARPENTER, . Call on or address ,,, )o not!lin r of thu kiml , Mits. li (5. WAI.I.KU, w no was me wi.t-Hustons ille, Ky. has the situation, tho natural resources 1,000 P S Will also soil all or a part of my livery Vim Aradale, has drawn 1 ow ll0 i,a(juno attended to his businesH ami tho facilities for transportation. Farrigs and horsas rears pension and placed it in tt 0ll80Jns tho Inw retpiired ho would not have bourvillu already baa a street-ca- r line, Rowland whiih foMjHl g0 unu,h Ulu t0 copy llamM u und lot between here and Is Receiving His handsome residences, good schools, flno she purchased of Kngineor Cox. 1It;"i WilH i,i(1,iuty to have delivered the poll churches, and all modern conveniences." K mnall ljook j)ero ja little pirl will continue to draw lllirs0n in tiniu for an The company claims that precisely simieach month till she is 10. .j o tlm yoto Wednesday, but ho lar coal is found at llaibourvillo which - CLASS A stamps have mado failed to do it and it did not arrive till has attracted so much attention at Fine-villt Tin; new and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give h m a call. (llulf brother to Ilriinoh and Joe lllackburn) Friday, when it came by oxpre&s. Had and that it is tho same both in rising 5 ears, over ij hands high and in line con- Goods Warranted their jippearani'0. They are n bright red, thu result of the election boon otherwise quantity and quality. Near the town is dition Alto a lino much smaller than the Bickly green ones. a great howl would have gone up from alsoiiiagnillcent forests of the llnest tim- Dark Bay Thoroughbred Stallion Washington's head ornau10nt8the.11. Tho thu piohibitionibts on tho failure of this ber and minerals of all sorts. More than one rent is a bright blue with tho Ky Imp. Uillet, and a sure and fine breeder . i!..i,iiiim Tho :' book toarrivo.uul charges would have nil this, it is behoved that oil and naturL R DELL, Franklin. 1.1,1. piny was i.e.ng found therein pnyingquun-titles- . Jack llosley Jce, ou Slanloril & Danville pike al gas can be face of "Old been mnue tl.r.t tl uo purple and show the 'tempted. ' Jackson. slum-borer- s Tun told snap was followed Jy a drea- HIGGINS & M'KINNEY Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, X.imo, &c. Col-leg- o. intu-val- v t-- I w-arfc- -- farm-Uonefe- c. i poll-boo- k j ot MABK HARDIN -- I . 1 t Madis-Mauric- 't 4 GROCERIES, STANFORD, l5'j'. , ., HARDWARE, &C, . - m m All Kinds of PRESS C&BDEjST SEEDS, j,, 108-1- 1 pro-ru- al i JACK FOB. SALE! cloVei era:,. A. post-olli- c, -- .' For Sale or Exchange. 1 ATA. WARREN'S ..... ; 1 I Sugars, ! Stable. Molasses, Beans, Hominy, Rice, description., the Soaps, Canned of Preserves, Jellies, Pickles, Cream Sauces Balling Powders, Extracts, Cigars and -- ,..... . - ; 11 par-tiall- v . ml o ...'"k I .....w. . . , '" A. Ho PENNY, -- (or-oll- lB 6z CTJi'Vvr2il3LEK,. 5S?s s - ".'. .."". 1 . .1 . I M5 son-Houst- on FORi SALE. rraVHV 1 l ....-'.- Hotel and Livery Stable. 1 111 a T- IK . a - - 1 V-H..- RUPLEY,- well-know- n j 11 .. .w.. w. &W&Mrth&4$4T " liSZsf'' UtA 107-i- m Tor Sale. enu-ainou- nt ( e, FIRST JACK, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. two-cen- vig-.....- ... BRYANT & STRATTON Business College LOUISVILLE, K Y, lc-- aT i EaiH rfntifoU.lV. ilt 1iVSii Wrf .U!ul .jMHikin'4k ,A. 'AA.:'t,-w- -- a aJt. ,a- - JMLa. t W I tr- rf : .:.. j n r ?T ttm iflgss ,(. -- m-r - "" 3 ffl'TTMfWyiT . "" . " atlWEnnEii -- i .r, t,.s .ynisr, .at m r aj, JaagrailiSr.l.-l- innaiihip I 'i 1?Oir1T..TarsBCT9aJHalBKBfc-a- 'i i ,,,... ...a ,,,, .. ,,, v.,.. - ,. ,.,,, .. f ., , ,..,. .- -- ,ra.-.- .x- - l h IWiJr.t,.i . .... ,.,. - .ww; - - ft&HX&JLi s vjsusp' Wo take the following from the FrankNow considering nil of theso &, fort Capital: ''Soon nfter the session of schemes, which nro Buro to LaaaaaaaaLaaaaaaaJsaaarWBayslJBMiaVfeJ ROWLAND, KY., nnd that hoou, who doubts Hint the General Assembly opened, Hon. IJ. ntul looks nroiind Middlesboro has it fututo beforo her to C. narren, tho brilliant young represen n.se attacneil to their Family urocerva firt ia ....... ..... .. LI.L ..flit.- Published Every Tuesday and Friday omesto Middlesboro is not only surprised but astounded at be envied by other metropolis. Tho ttltive from Lincoln county, inilCCOrdunce thing usually kept in thatbusine.s Fresh Fruili ana kinds the nin 011 nt of improvements iroinn on Town Co. is rather plc.iRetl with tho lull wilh n nrnmi... ... .,,!.. ,. l.io nn.,ui:iil..l,iI kindsCandiea of all Produceconstantlyin on hand Al of Country hnnspfur taken e. R. C lerk 11 K C tVJ PK.lt V10AK.lN"Ar)"rArO3C RRI1 hen ami for one to think that there is1 in real t state transactions nnd think it during his canvass,, had a law enacted goods my possibility of its being anything else will turn the attention to building and submitting to the people of Lincoln the not o paid $2. GO will be charged.-- " than a great city is unheard of. And! improving propurty owned by private question: "Are you for or against the K.G. LOCAL TIME CARD. while thero has been, to some extent, a , parties and this seems to some extent to repeal of the prohibitory liquor law in c& An election under for the have been tho result. There is now un- Lincoln county'."' Rowland at 7 00 a m , returning mil in real estate transactions n- U Train leave Mnnlotd en the HUSTONVILLE, KY. t 5 mo t. m past two weeks, you can't get nnvone der construction about III or 14 nice this bill may bo held every three venm nlrd about H miles north of 0I1I Hush ilrnnch pise, opposite the chttrrh Thcte who is hero and in a position to see and brick buildings here and any number of and the first was had List Saturday. Yes- are about jo acres in wheat and the balance Are still in the liusines- and t. "V L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. of the in tuuuthv in frame residences. Tho company terday Mr. Warren received from Mr. of four firm ell set lltrhen und (Jood dwelling thine or the I'lidertakmif line allWe have a fu.t judge of the future of tho place, to oiler rooms and a splendid new stock C.iset and Caskets of kinds and Robes am gome North Mail train 1155 W. l Walton, of the Stanford interior ham, is well watered and fen ed lsit'islon inn of every de.rripiitui Our hearse, hn.h is neat y South ijipu. you any inducements in prices of prop- are ollering such liberal inducements to be cisen immediately. F"r particulars, see J. 1' new can be obtained uii ahort notiie Mr I It Emet) train " South iiypn erty to buy. They nil hold linn and are builders to put up brick business houses Journal, the following dihpntcli: ll.silcy, Stanford, ur write the undersigned at (..rten has charge of nir business nnd III hnv " " North... K WITIIKRS titim perfectly confident that Ciiivinnati, Ohio Mir ;oods to any one ncedin- - iliylliinj; in ou 'St.vspokii, Feb 1(1. Prohibition is 630 am Local Freight North the fast growtli that I hardly think thete xill be many line n4 ,, Jjap w Middlesboro is undergoing South defeated by about 2'tO. Now give us a will in the more frames to go up. The tatter trains also carry passenger. high license law anil all will be well.'" I. M. I1KUCI2. The site of Middlesboro is picturesque The above is calculated on standard time. Solar not far future realize'! for them a hand3. O. DAVIS, time is about 70 minutes faster in the extreme, situated as it is nt the some profit by holding, and those who Oo you know that a change has conic AND STASLE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, are in positions to know, nnd whose foot of the'Cumberlnnd mountains, near in tho matter of perfumes '.' Instead of STANFORD, R. judgment cannot bo sneezed at, predict the junction of the three States of Ken- using liquid H?rfuuies or powders, it is AIT. ' 10ItXOX.lv. V. great utfVance in property here within tucky, Tennessee and. Virginia, and in a coiiMilnresl the thing to "pencil" one's Office nest stswr ta Whitenasvd's Ilrue SI'KCIAL Al'ILNllON to COMMKItCIAL the next ."() days and it only requires a beiuftiful valley of some (5,00(1 acres, sur- self here and there, in the hollow of the travelers llots an1 mule, bought and sold. SprcUlatteHiMM fiven to dsMJM ot skilclren little investigation to convince the niot rounded bv n range of ;inountnins, the haiid, 011 the cheek, or on tho forehead Only hi.tclss horsesHltd ehli les used in liery fROYALISW.J Inubtful observer that these prediction highest point of which is 1,;$0 feet above with small sticks of concentrated will come true. tho valley. The lower part of this valley representing one's favotite odor. HARRY A. EVANs, The new hotel which is now underiro- - has bad some trouble with oveillows, Kvorybody is now buying these peifiils 111! LIONS SWITCH, k ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, inn comnletion is "a thini? of limmtv" which will be avoided ns soon as tho of viole or verbena, which Dealer In nnd can't be compared to anything, the c"m- 1S completed. Yellow Creek bejug women carry about in their pockels in sANrn,Ii, K reader of this article have likely ever such a crooked, lazy stream it carries oil onler to perfume themselves when the Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Engincerinc- and Surveying- in seen. Louisville nor Cincinnati has any- the water very slowly from the winal, fancy Hoots, Shoes, Clot hma. Hardware, them. In fact, the rage for Tinware, rarmtur and a allibranchcs. thing to compare with it; the inside is which empties into it like n mill nice, this met hod of perfuming is so wholesale being tinishod up in most magnificent but if nionev can accomplish it, the that it has Martini anew industry that Conornl Lino of Crocorio6, Fancy Candie., t"ros Ties, Ac. style and makes a common ordinary in- - drainage system of Middlesboro wi.ll in n of the verfume pencilers. Ulnra Uelle. All kind's or I'rodai. taken in aackxingc for poods. lividunl feel his insignificance when ho short time be perfect. The small boom- Ks IVistoftue, iximt'l'-nA man called at theexecutivo mansion hand No P ol y enters its gilded apartments (sothnt class nS towns in other sections wliich Stive and Nut Coal in iu vard L ave yr.nr ' one afternoon to tell the president aoiue r' bnve to some extent attract- of individuals tell me, of course am not arl wd thry ill attnidej 10 nmtui ii "P. ivcry, gced and Sale- Stable 1. riii.i.iNN oneofthem. Tho building is to be! cvl ,,,t? Kttontion of sjieculators, but they details of a battle recently fong'it. He Mai f.l K v was admitted and President Lincoln lis heated by steam and lighted bv eloctrici drift back to the destined metrojKiHs in A larvel Tt- .no d p.irity ir r rw Mure economical ty from basement to attic. '. ,th nnd iiii"i Its halls are groat numbers and claim to be poorly tenod to him at first eagerly and then SS-sr-rar an the .Hwary kind- - and al in not be sold id with patitjiice. It tooh him a long titm p "m i, wit i'i n tl"Mile ot low test, ahor; large and spacious and finished in beau- satisfied with prospects elsewhere. ar to complete his story. When he w.h KIU .' im u.tospltatr powJer. bold only in tifully pannelled wainscoting of all The company's auction sale of Mid- kinds ' an KtiYAL ltKIMi POWDER CO., & r-i- m throtmh, Mr. Lincoln said mildly and Wall street. New York of hard wood known in this country: UTesboro lots will bgiu May 2rt, vi iKiiv-- . ri' pleasantly: "Yoiuig man, when sople W. S. Miiikh. the bedrooms are light and airy and1 ., tell me .1 story it usually lemiuds niei.f ' M ( HOGLE 3IISS from any window of which you can get '. . 'r T,. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. 1L b. lhl onmevor, the soinethiiik'; but do you know that what l. of rslii Inl 1411,. in l X Candidate for SuperintendentAugust, I'ublic a splendid view of all the surrounding1,Lexington nurbervman, whose advertise- - you Imve I ON DOS. K 1890. Schools of Lincoln county. Klectinn just told doesn't remind me of country the dinimr room is light, con- Oood turnouts and saddl horses always lor hire iWashlngtOM, will be found 111 another column, anything at air." Congressman Flower. Phil O doilj ll ia ., . ., nient London is the most rooven oti reasonable terms itiiK st'ii uiiuijm'u, iiiii me says: 31. V. lent point on the railroad to reach places in the tnltlniOrO, NOV TOrk, ' Tho long continued warm weather parlors uru being finished in magnili' of the Male A Child Killed. to in the mountain All point, ha.t and boatkraM bad an to Clerk the l:i Candida-- - a rtiou ofofthe Court of Appeals, cenco nnd splendor, with niches for Mat does not seemthe have exerted soprospect Another ihild killad by the use of opiate (ivn Only one wbl out Ir.ni cm Hoinocratic party. xabject ta tligeneral fruit .; influence 011 in the form of soothing syrup. Why nary here and there; the bathrooms and Klec.iou Auut, iSo give 1ML KILL I MOUSh, vorre.ld Tims-- Card m Fllecl Ian 1.. ,i. as might be expected. Peach buds are their children u:h deadly polMN' is aurpriainc cioseis are an waiieii aim linislieil in w nan they can rei ate tho child of us peculiar F, II III LEY, Proprlotor, 1JaTyT" I'Pailnlnil Vc D. D. S. nimble and are far ahead of anything we somewhat advanced, as also Keiller and trouble by ulnc Dr Acker' lUby Soother It R. C. ST A I ION). Dnsly Vea D. LeConte pears, but apples, cherries, contain no opium or morphine hold bv A ft - Kontucky. Kspreas.T. Sun I'i have ever Been in either public or private London, Penny plums and btrawberries aro quite dor I.ve Slanlord DENTIST. it ji n nl 1 y am If it n houses. Inside of these nothing but " LcsMtcton.. Ib Life Worth Living T IO ssmIii am i" ;p I'ortmnn House, solid marble can be seen except the mant. Toward the end of the '00s I reOffice on M n street, opuosi I have moved to my new " pm if 4) pot Not if you utland 1a twttar " WincheMer throujh the world a dyspeptic. up stain.. Nitrous Oxide U.i KiNfii for painless K.U. juatctioa member the peaches to have been in full Dr Acker's Uyapapsia Tablet, aie a psxitivc cm. ?ie;xirad than ever to accoatmodato the public oKractiuj. hardwood doors and brass pipes and fau " Mi. ttarlinc. .. atiarnod and etery cnsMiHraee a pm r to and a fine lor the worst forms o( dyspepsia, indigestion, STANFORD. KKNTUCKY. " Mar, boa. Otic me a call, pm o h pm Of fmt cets. Tin's magnificent palace will be bloom the middle of February and constipation. Guaranteed and sold by ' Ollvt IliU yy PRANK RII.KV. nt outlook does A. R 1'enny. crop followed. The presi J.JI " Asbbnd formally opened, with festivities about 10 jo pm .H " " CMletHlmrs. discourage the hope of a satisfactory .10 4, pw. I n pm DR. W. J3. th-- j iiiht of April. Cant Sloop Nltfhta All of the swells hero not " lloMiasion 11 07 pn. P" such a mild Is the own plaint of thousands sutToritic Ironi asth I.va lluntinrauu- jit j.i am are brushing up their spade tail coats for fruit crop, although, after Air ChailMsu I i am MT. VEItNON. KY. winter, wo may expect an unusual crop ma, consumption, coughs, etc. Did )tu oer try 'Clifton Knrge. the occasion and we know of a couple of a"" J ' l.vnchburic .. of caterpillars, moths, worms and ap Dr. Acker's F.nRlihallRemedy ! It Is the boat slTice'S i'ii aide Mini irert, in ollice recently old t am This old and Motrins still maintain s known for luni; trouble. " CharlcHiesville Sold on a married men from the re hides 1. F. Huffman, Stinlord, Kv. 10 jo am vacated byOr. positive (uarantrc at 15c and 50c by A. R. Penny inc its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe" WaiMoKton J pi" gions, with wives and children at home, " llalilmare sj pin cial attention to the traveling public I'hiUdelphla. It lias long been accepted as a fact who have actually sent to their tailors Wo Can and Do H P. Dr. A. S. Al. V NEWCOMII. 1'rop., " New York o pm' .. " Richiiwml. Va. and bought new spade-tailMl Vernon, Ky, but I can't that married couples, who are not only (iuarantee Dr Acker's Hood Elixir, for it has Sj tt l", St KOKON DKNIInT " OldCalntCssmr.rl of life been fully demonstrated to the peoidrnf this tons. give their names for fear they will not exposed to the same conditions ' Norfolk...... ry that it superior so all other preparations for OtS e o Main trcet. oser W. II. McKoberl-- ' get a chance to use them. I have been but the influence of whose minds nitibt blood diseases. It is a posimv cure far syphilitic Dm More, Stanford. I rains Dsisenlng, ulcers, eruptions and pimples It puriituvinsLesinston at 11.4a a in and s 1 requested to make out a list of the blue- -' necessarily react upon each other, as- - fies the wnolo tv.teni und Ihoroujhly ) p m dally except Sunday c. nMcct at Wm.t.r. nn the trr for Kuhmonst, ky and points fHt the K C R a more or less strotig facial resent comtitulioti. A. II. I'enny grass belles to be invited to attend this siime . Limited Vestibule Kx from Now York. 1'hila.'- I grand opening and give this hint that all blance to each other. The photographic A Duty to h la. W askingicD aud all Kxnts Kasl. arrives at society of Geneva, Switzerland, with a It 11 surprising that pesftle will use a ctMniiion, Lexington at 51 j rourlh Atcnur, .Stanford 1.. 5, p have rraoTcl ni nffiie to my residence, oppe may be prepared to meet the Lords, ... o.il ' 4, P. m daily .1 view to determining this question, have rdmary pill when they can secure a valuable Kn- mi aimiso, in anil all p..m site Female (. Uetc. heie I will l. found at all Karls, Marquises, Dukes, IJarons, llutiiiiitMoii. W. Vn. and all Wal station. ar UVliU RKID. KeillllCKy. rise, l.exlnetonalti 40 noon daily except S. v4 times. Dr. Acker's Knights, && This hotel so poorly de made photographs of 7$ young couples. lishone for the same i.onry sick headache Kngllsh dai Stanford it 17 pm pills aroa posltise cure for and ait The result is tlyit in 24 cases the fiser troubles. The) are small, sweet, easily taken E. VARNON, scribed is a fair sample of all the work STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. l""t. Kichmcnd, Kv., Ol""" on .lerm..l ... in the personal appearance- ol the and do not gripe. For sale by A H 1'enn) and poluls the K. being done hero by the companies oper y arnvo at Lei siiun lio . u. j..i.. I Attornoy at Law, husband and wife was greater than that A contitiual cougluns is very annoying to per Suml.y All pe rsons wishing a pleasant life and well s Staalorn ating. Kverything is to p as. and no .. v v .. .1 lie sure mem use tnaue at pleased you any of Kentucky. expense is spared to make it so. The of brother and sister; in !!0 cases it was sons sitting noar Kreai inuirmeckind isea jfathcr.UK. Stanfordwile let Mill. Call ratcnt it riouryour Kro-- Co., CD. llcLnls toad for SStanford, at iw inroai anu cerv. and Roller have not got on band, uree if thev lor time ard. ticket, and Tfull informal, Only M was there ocsiuc, iii.oi it. un(, ad j eaceedingly danK"uat this landscape gardening around the hotel equally great, and in n a the WIK prortK-'01 IWK urii f tlu and admiril.nerry them to keep It. ot get an order from thetn and virile or radon iiineyear viie.nau uome ordinary ri'ficm hlllCU IOUI1 fllwcill'f-n-l can be compared with the south park ng couiuic- - and in the nri of anpiMi cM.h gyrui w( eh(,,eaBy emiah, and get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant s . nR.ty,'Hvur'S-,- S"V ' a". VKn' thia romidy costs to more llian the inferior grades and intere.titis (ain.lv iOtTiceoi?r Mc Roberts R SUcg'i drutr store. ' ' ' 'i" ; I'OTl S. Superintendent flower garden at Chicago. Anyone who on the lhat . , -.. There is 110 date frOIll beginning tO end profitare thrown I'enny, market to vll at enormous ,8 A R. A ur:... J D Druacist. Kv nm.M. iu. j'l v I' Lrsin(-tolias ever visited it can form some idea of in the Bible. It comprises HomudOdoeu- what the hotel surroundings will be inuntfl, and it in supposed to have been Colored Gentle until "IVimit me, Mihs when completed. The work of the com- written by about 10 men; o4 miracles are Simherly, de extreme felicity of present-i- n pany continues unabated, and the grad- recorded in the Old anti Til in the Xew i! my sent." ing ami McAdamixiug of streets is prog- Testament; total 103. The shortest ven-Miss .S. Thanks, kindly, .Mr. JoiiMiig, E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor "lilal'lO (HtASH IIOI-'l'K- . ressing with rapidity. The steam shov- in tho Old Testament is, "Itemcmbtr but don't deprive yourself." els with tail road cars to move the dirt. Lot's wife." There is one in the New"No ilt'tintvitv. ma'am, no dutimvil v nl No lintel in Kentucky has a hetier reputation, THE SHORTEST AMD QUICKEST ROUTE can do an immense amount of work in Testament as sliort as .lohu r. .m in ,.! (i,nii and its proprietor is dclcrtnint.J that ' '2 hours and that is what constitutes shall b maintained OBNTltAL KENTLTOKIY si -. of wortlw, but not in letters, viz: ioiiit i' 1 r.'ini. day's work for them. They never ceas-- Thessalonians 5:10, "Itejoico tiverniort'." IBucklen's Arnica Salve The best sai.i-the orM for cut., bruiso. work except on Sundays. He has recently added to its appo.ntm.wts tAjWJJ Then there are two chapters in the llible' aomt nienrs, aJt rheusa, lover sorea, . , ,.,. ,. . ttlier, ch , u ini'l.lam., s'l sc.s erup ailKe iuimiaiui uiu iiiiiiw.i.. uumiiihiiu-- i '1.1 VerUIUlIll, ailtl OHO OOOK, fritter, III ihms nana.,positively cure nn. aii no stay rstquir U TH-tySana piles, or Cumberland avenue are almost com-- ! which tho Deity is not mentioned. ad. It guaranteed 10 Kve perfect xatia'atttot , Al FAST IANE HETWEBN or money refunded pleled and when done through trains cents per boa. l'rue First-Clas- s Livory Stable! aal by A. K. I'enny, Stanford, Ky. A aaraaa ITmivx-Hl.lim ixiiu.i . ins- ril l.inL-- romili.r tri.w I fO i bi 0 U ill 110I1C of tile StatOS ill I'or iksiisv tviiiiu xiiiiui LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI Tn accoiiunuda'e tie demands f hi increased The company have purchased and had which ll "" but' trie(1 ,,aH over justiHed Roraai'kablo ltvsauo. Ile.t I urnoui. furnished) transient panonaitr. MHr.lUU.K IN KFtKCl NOV .. u..i,..wii.i oin,.. it,.. .,., Mrs. Michael Curtain, I'lamAeld.'lll , makes the Commercial lr.i. the expectations of its chamiiions. .Senard others ui.i.....ui ' 2b '" M ha cauht ..old. hich nettled on '. . .. .. Ol llllOWing tlVO Streams Ot.'!..,.... t o....i.. 01.i .. a l.nn,.. !.,., ctm.... :... 'Ulasuenl that.was treated lor a month by her it . No .v-v""-h hlr nK,; thit gllie, CtipatJlO 'Ex fowil, lltlll there is 110 lloilbt that a revolt family Jhvaician bill khs sotsr. He told her I'x Sun Dailv water .11 one llllie, wbieli lnm lieeil nlnenil hewaa hopeless victim of consumption and that I.ve Cincinnati Kansas will begin in the ....medicine could cun her' Her drUt!Ki.i .. uK I 10 a m f,i p IH a 35 . iii the engine house erected bv the com-- , ... .. usat lln. .rnata.fi ftf t.ve (.'ov.ni.tuu. m liu p m J a S l "i I eZp". I.ve Falu .. h. . pany. The engine was on trial Tuestlay near luturo. A more soimiliie Uueause ConmpTionT Vb. bouBht. botti, ,,d ,0 i.Vr dV "rll9 at a mi q 17 p mi 4 08 p m r ju; v 1 ww il.. 11 to ami) aj p ml 5 40 p m found herlf benefited from tint doae she Arr l'in more practical method of lestrictillg lite ' and gave splendid satisfaction. 4 p MQ Arr I.isi. , ,. p m. j(l l in .an nf.iiieit inc ..iiu mi... luiiiikh.u . ii nanaaaKfJaaaaaaaal 3 own oond lieraall aouitij w am Thirteen car loads of heavy machinery itiitiur tniitiu lauitereit uv imii ttueiibu rhousework and is a alio sell, now dct. i.cr Krre I.se l'aris. , p r uellasslio ever ua. O in Arr Viuh-t- . In aj p ns will trial bottles of this (.real Discover) at A id havo.irrivtM. for tho iron fnrmupH uml ami local option, mid that Cq HSSi MMaBHH p m 4 Arr Richmouu 7 J" p m Vbaaaasaraaaiaal atom; large hot lies sir- and Si. iiniloubtftlly be adopted ultimately in ' m Arr l.ancaatir.. 4 SS V will be put in position as soon as posrii- e SSaaaHaaaaHaSI Arr Stanford. Uat9aaaaaaaaafl O i W p m 111.. Happy Hooalora Tim svnnlo n.,,1 n.,,.,1.. f n lar.,.,nll,. botll StatCS. Ci lobd DelllOCHU. I.ve Richmond ' 15 pm Wm, Timmons, pontma.tcr ol Idaullc. Indiana. Atr llerea J oj p m SiiMiiMt a...., s?em to be anticipated by the Middles- fills my heaTt with jov," said an write: ' Klectnc Hitters ha dune mor for tne "it Arr l.lvington. . $ n p m ...i.HHHiW .... ,,, than all other combined, for that Lad Lord Town Co., and nro arranged for as hi: earnest coun'trv clergvyian at the conclu-fas- t fesrllHK arising; from kidny and lisfr trouble. ' xn ail. No. 5, aaaaaaBaaaaaKaaB No' ' as money ami energy will command. Blon of his ti " No. ,. mnv John ltlle. tarmer and stockman, of same jiluce, inon, ..to B00 go Klectnc .alaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMa the hast to Agreements have been signetl already 8trar,KOra aiII0n, our ,'grogation on say: "Find tanditine, lluler me befe.d like a kill. INTERIOR JOURNAL OFFICE noy and liver made new I.ve Livingston.. 00 a m man" J. W Gardner, hardware merchant, same Is fully equipped to serve yni during the for a Basic .Steel and Iron plant with a!tll,8 beautiful Sabbath morning. I.ve llerea. . 10 5 am town, ay"Klwtric Hitlers is lust the thma fur koaaoti with cithiT cards, billa, Air Richmond.... 11 45 a in .....H......... aaaaaaaaaaaaBHaaH capacity of :I00 tons to cost $1,000,- j0urners in our town are always man ul.o is all run down and il ji. t care vt bathor othorwiso Our price ure reasona0 I.ve Stanford .... 7 no a in work bn always itself. die; found ntw and to employ about 1,000 hands. come w0 want them to come. Young er be lives or felt juathelike he had strenzth, i;ood ble mid our K. C. WALTON, spoken forManager I.ve Lancaster... 7 45 a m ahpetlle and a new tauie on llusinca Arr Richmond... 10 00 a An iron rod mill, sheet mill and nail mm ni, old noni w!l0II1 ,,i..flHlire or lilo. Only 50c a bottle at A. R I'enny' drug tore Lve Richmond... to p m 6 In am mill, two coke iron furnaces. 130 tons busliiefia has ass Arr Winchester .. a 00 p m 7 IS am awnv from tin. soft- R. B. Arr ram. 7 40 p in The taxes for State purposesare low daily capacity each, anil one charcoal ening influences of home, wo greot with 43am -I.ve Lexington 1 oj p m 7 00 a in 3 45 p m furnace, a foOO.OOO tannery, the largest in open liearLi. The collection will now bo er in Missouri than in any State in the JTWaaaaaaaaaaWaaaaT SUCCESSOR TO El Lie Tiris a jo p m 8 53 a in 4 at p n t Lve Falmouth...., 4 l p in 9 3 a m 5 16 p m Union. It has always been mitiiitgcil by the world, fourteen coal mining enter- taken ui)." Arr Covington. .. I' m, iu 35 a in 6 jo M'MICHAEL, THE HATTER, Arr Cincinnati .. J 40 p H1I1045 " m 6 38 p m democrat., w Inch accounts for it. prises to employ about 2,000,000 capital, I to pm The fc'cicntilic American gives this rking enterprises, a li'- On theMnvayillc Uranch, No g.Ieaves Whan you nrcd a mild laxative vou should have l'aris at 8 00. a in and No. & for making liquid glue that will stay a medicine that will act on the livur and kidneys 51 MTH AVENUE, p i J line Hearing comple May. ville at to jj, ".m, and45.8 .0, in, m. no. at a p Vegetable l.iicr m the liquid alt the time: Dilute 2 to 2J parts us woll a preparedbowels, lluct;'this tion, tile works, fire and building brick leaves iiayvilleat $,15 a m, arriving at l'aris LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Pills am Inexprtl lor nirjMne. a HlJ)VAA, ana( 7 40, a in. No. .a leave. Maysvillo a, , , In put on salting them us the have 110 superior and - nitric acid with 10 or 50 of water. machines ami a do011 or more other enarmeswt l'aris at 4 IS. V in. Thole train. ,re few equals. A R. I'enny, Druggist. daily except Sunday The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Z.EXINGTON, terprises. These enterprises are as sine this soak '2ft parts of glue for 21 hours, .vo. 43 leave Lexington 10 05 am; arrive and tb.-'- i beat until it is all of one con' t'j locate here as timo lasts and that 1'arn A Lady In South Carolinn Writes: Stock t 10 ij am: except Sunday My labor wua shorter and le.s ii.unlul than nn sistency. Tlie quantity of acid depends within as shot t a space of time ns it is . 10 ?.,!! !"'!. Iic,""a 5 10 pm; arrive I'ulmoml. pm except Sunday 1 on the quality of the glue to a curtain ex- - two former occasion; s physicians Ituitonished; ' possible to put them in operation. No. 7 loaves Falmoutfi 6 00 a,n ; arrive. Cincm thank you for "Mother rnend " is worth it Us,,t weight in gold Addrev. The llradticld Rtig. Co., uati 7 am: except Sundav. The principal railway systems con verg Ti. 1 . ThIiiNoidh.-- No Atlanta (.a., for particulars S.dd by A. R. I'en 3 rim's dally bctweon Lexington and Cincinnati. o , run. daily between Nearly 7,300,000 gallons more of whis- - -- ) ing here, or pressing tlieir construction m m Cincinnati and Lexington. .r" No 1 and 6 make connection, at to this point are: The Louisville iVXasli- - ky were made in tho United States in DRUNKENNESS THE3 LIQUOR HAB Ever brought to tho city ol Louisville, now open loriiointsuiitheN N A M V llv In 1S&S. This does not necus1881) thoro IMPORTANT -- Tram.ol thi.line now &ASV ville iVand tho Knoxville, Cumberland sarilythan in that there are more drunk- - IT--cure, all tho WorldOoldon la but ono including the a,rl,e I 'inuu Dr. Hnlnoa' Spoclflc. mean at and depart front the Central Union I'awengcr Louisville, which is completed, KNOX & JOHN 0. STETSON & GO'S. HATS Station (j.ip Ctncinnaii. making connection, It tan be t;iven in a cup ol tea or coffee without ards among us. The additional whisky forll j the Kiiat Tennessee, Virginia it tieorgia, the knowledge of tho person taking it, elTeciiti a And alio my own importation of Knglixh Hals point. North, Ka.t anil West was largrily used 111 the iiMustrial arts. Through ticket, arid baggage checked speedy and permanent cure, whether the patiwit to any xt Western, tho South At- the Norfolk i a moderate drinker ur an alcoholic wreck. and Cap. An elegant lino ol Cane aud Lyon's destination reached by a railroad taru.ly If you 01 any of nn lie it Ohio, the Charleston, Cinciiiu.i-- ! frifhtluliv burned yourMaided, should happen to be Tnousauda of diunkardt bavo been cured whn Celebrated Umbrella, ulway 011 hand. Fine IJ. I l.IIACO.N, or what have vim in have taken the Golden Specific in tticir colTea S.F.K.. MORSE. I l'aa.'g-- Agt., Oun'l l'as.'B'rAgt. ti it Chicago, the Middlesboro ct Western, tho house to alloviute the taw until yon call gat a without their knowledge, and bolieve they SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, physician t A box of f.ernan .alse at (jait drinking of their own fret. will. No d Cinclnniti. C). ... , the West Virginia, Pinevillo & Tennes- in timhke iri , o '. ne ivirkl'lsuf vtlect rasult from tu admiBiitnitian. Cures - cnnnt.. HwSTi r h ll u.ttu.is anted Send fr Hrrular and full partkulai. Ad. Gloves and other Fur, a specialty. Order outand oitentim'- a U.K. ti.i i.n.l fins IHnl.t.imul T.ir.iitiml ...i. ft... General Manaoer . . . w. ' u'. n Sfictitc Co., ilj side of city solicited, perfect sntlsfaetior guaranj, n arm ir.n ic c ij OENKRAL OFFICES: Gap" Kxten- - einae... tiv-- A. K 1'ti.ny, Ir.,kw4. nt all kind. ; Itacehtreet. CtncinnHti.O Mrristown Cumberland teed Don't tail to order a NOIIIIV HAT. UJyt Chamber of Commerce lluilding. 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