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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890030401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY MARCH . ;ol xvm. Lasley's Budget of Horse Hews. Initn-i- 1890. NO. 1 LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. fed on buy, as they OslOSe, "llrvakfllst" over, the next lot is Jourial. .March cntno in like a lion. "Now In tlio Win- - li unit! likewise, until thoy all are don, li'i. The minimi convention of the Old "iliniier" to 1 We have wind, by which time, t, i m c.nr dincoutetit." Middaaitd IXwmmfled Married Women, one, sometimes is ready. Hut the "breakfast" hot oof- - (better known nn the W. C. T. I'.) will t.u i mi'l hml; sometime i o aev- - fee, "Imeonko," wheat and com. it is ill at once. Onlyii be held m London in the Christian nil huihhiiits wen nnofe.l. on a larite generally "hoocnke," sometimes eggs, church beginning Wednesday evening, t.itt.ui factory. The truck it now no ru ii with soot, ami grease in abundance; ilftteh fcth, whore, wo prosuma, the law snaked and watery that unlliiiv: i mow mid then nn union and now and and regulations for n new government me then a "steak," lustyig steak, dinner, ..,. .thine like ttwitiimiiiK- - Yet will eletirlv be shown. Thi government is done, iv smnti oi uu meat, i.acon, noiiiciiiues poinioea aim of couraeis to be known us the "I'ottl-.iv hard gdloping ' ' It h all right, I know, sometime cabbagi-- : "hoconke' alwHy. II..- trainer liwlCnmmnnl." The names of the tt-I mn by twelve, aiove. in the Kitchen, two room, fiiMi. ar.- - "I'h'r tbmi officer of thin unvertiroont will be given Ubk, bcnche.. pot, pan provision. ' tie avocation. wu mrnmK.ni , wW roitwii. . . ... ll M and drying cloths in one; "bed, a riling ,, "i t !" il ll.um will nil Hie t rank, wldk. .. Ml ..f lhnr.Mighll yearling talde.liiwe ,, Work on tbt Undfn . u...,--- , ...., u.. .... .... KOUI nrwruen. IP.111 I..T... .lral Ai.nMti l.li lwnil The JIl(60I1ic ......... .... 1.1 "l'"1" Mr. Frunklin, in the ether. IUck aitd forth, munvm-ni- , u- -i i In at ham, II I' w " . tu- iv t ' lIRUTIIIiy I.MB juiriliwoni nml on the two h that noeii to tho truck, throitirh the (ImiiIhho mi'l otln-rs- ; conerol Alain ant nuinio Birwi wi me llflle Mtde ante will rmin and inul; afternotm writinir, not nnrpoc oi . i.i!!kui tli .... time, Iwit ereriinK n inreewory hitck .... totter. -:- 1 ... next lay (SMht th merely to Hi In !!. an wiH b. for - mil.,. pt . .. miM - armt (or read inn letter and aolicit other i. will i hi ttie lirat raxeof themeet-rent and the third (or the hall. Mr. ( the nldent ' kill time, when one ia ao favored aa to lU'lli Mi.cli ia one Henry Bmujhton, ol line Hill, liwpur . . . .1 a , breeditiM etlaMiaii-- 1 fet f hem. Then lo the poatotlur, back i.l.aaxl n .I. it nl .inlltl ,' inoMt iiiii'-U. .-vinI iinr lltIni r ,, ,,.. .!( a- - Kutllttma. iiwfMk earlliiiW nmiu; hote walketl and I...I Tt,.B "ts'" "re W. t. Xe " night, ton..M,u1,M-l- ft o wilder the hammer, the read or write way into tl fpfl-ml all are - i. " , enoonti, paa tbem as boat yHi Mil. ,,"-"""'"- n . n . pnednnrchaaedof T. J. Johll-l.- , , ,,.Ht lire. lrn' aale ever made in Amor--- nJ . ... - r a ... tl ,n o,W , Unu.,eua n , .. , X,M u It wou ., nn y.w,r en- - in me me of wHroll1 K on hp ,. ...entiou all ttrt. iautoua Hnen and dry UwU vanto Me J I) inith is havInK i. .l,..riorm.nre.oferhthatIeadot.orrtheri8eahowH jrou to atop,.. ! In.rae, and Hlepwnt otlioo nun atore ""'n ixnanti tin . worn joke, ami an-- . to ha , , purchased of M clfeun, dty straw, m- - ' I thr Mlt.ff ol the 27. stniii.K, jLbbbV V 12-2- Until IVIidnsEht few-iiihU- 5M3i MWMMin v i i tli. ' You can take .nhant gu of thc- - I - "" .si iiiy blanks ,.., t'.K-krel- l, ' .,;.,,.,. ,,,n ,,,. .- CHARLES E. KINCAID ??'' M&t.AAK - ...... . ,- tona.r - 1 m t ' ' .,,r , , aat 1t , .:""'"'"" f2? g .i.--...- wtlkle The Louisville TiitiRs Va!iinnton CorresT.iul-bc- e pondent, Shoots After Repented Insults and Assaults. The report of n echoeil through tne corridor of the Canito) at Wafthinc ton Friday afternoon and soon the news ,. . I i I., l apn'ati inai .ninue naiiea r.. !iincaiti Phot and perhap (aUUv wounded had ,. ... ... . . ., t r. lamoee. l.x confereaauian iroiu . . lii iiriri nfini'KV iiiKLni. .ii imiir pi-rt- 'l Ulml hm i pHftrt mm Lwmce rnces i a M I In ft PI 1 j w M- - 'T.7 a H ra cbes B PPTiwaaff J ? saayfu ffll WE7 m ? j ll &h& uiac a m ' fF f&& rfW .l. J C.5S V ,.t '...; , ,.. l" In Stanford. You can attend the Afternoon or Xijjht ... niillW .. ..,b.hme . time nor the Inclination to W.U pon him. hi air. and iinpo- rturfman of thl.rUy.h M. fberr,. a wen, j Hi Honor t'u-- 'l hint iiniuv iiwn irumpew puchk iiw cunteitil for the low rallinfc, anil more. till "' S. w Ycrk (or hi. uacer. Je . . . i .,... i iihtt .wwiy lonowew aim, .iioum ne want lo .. la..,,-.i..iwn UMiriieci mce umi wiir iwni iiic wiwr ami yim uiijii-t- . iv'aillrtt a pillcr, M Je-.matle tbedi.nce here or moat. of all, worse than all rlee.ahould luiit In- itx. , ,. . .. . ... . t. umi, I, r hum .Mr. Wlerr nu nuK"t n pin niamiir iwu miliar on uie wmns i oraer horae nerlutm the New i.a.lJli,i.-e.-i.i.- ant loae, t hen lc is mail Itecauge i mi, ker." ,. , .. . .. i ....... . o.. n"'e ' secrets, ami he .eh atmlKlit away to tlio am I. ti.n.tp. are mfii . . Or buy at the counter and save about half in the outlay over retail gtore.hoHse bniU mljohlillK -- nd preUv wll fe prices, but after the day and hour named your opportunity is gone tW Qi 8hi nw fKTUple, OJ the comer; .,oned former had Un ,ick for a forever. What is left of the stock after Friday will be packed and w of Main ...i iiln,i ativei. n. m. .ihlk i OUj, . a,j wtm uhyaically unable to shipped elsewhere. We don't want to pay freight 6n a pound of it, , Hi1inBi compieiwi wj son ban Ida v ,0.w u.ln , g anU2onj h l( and would rather almost give it away. Iajl ftl, Randall n h, hp.ul lie told Tsui lice thflt a ,K. WftS uiminiHi bllt , lwil atreet. J. T. Hatcher has ptircnaei itior i.l iv :... iniiujt'f ,!.: iiuiiii 'P It iiviiiptr a.uu Inl (mm tin. Unit It. lloVll Oil I.... nun .!.... '... ... tiii imic I.I.., niuur. VuihI UttH uwa awav u was the corner of Mam hu1 tl,..i pmu , io,mm1 that the trouble waa over. Hut MlWlo.rtl have moved theii millinery ami tires- f- an hour or so afterwards they met again In Staple Dry Goods, Table Linens, Blankets, Flannels, Ginghams, oilw ooM wvnty wni on one of the .stair way.s of the capitol cheap and fine Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes. Hats, &c. -.. v ........".... n , , ,,,- - ted bv Mm. W. II. William. IY.TKIl. and after iouie word-- Kineaid drew his ll.e lBtloi" Ki Hie trm-- n.r Mi.m . uaaaBaaManaaMiU ntr.-.to in ill htableaof oidtnary hrea hibit pot. wllinic. , p sttl nn shot Taulbee in the face, the MT. SALEM. Nt.thins: but "The Ctdifornia st- ji" bull entering his cheidc, jiist below the DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. .ll deiu to look at. What. Mr sad death of Mrs. Misan l.as-- , left oye. the si ot kncked tin The . XU. trm f jw(iu. hl,y wns tulled to us Kr follow who hart on-took pluco grehrttiian down and it was at fliht lror Ladies and Overcoats to be sacrificed at about half cost to avoid beat we could HBl lVklay hut waaput ull'till the ntuct tain, wife of Samuel llastain. Ladies supply yourselves with ttrt nned thuin with tho There was only Aj thought that he was f.itallv wounded, carrying beyond the season. of conn. The comiiioitwetilth was on the 'U iut. Whon HI Hio Itey arrives you nlmw and her he recovered himself and on being days ditlerence botween hers f thoiw in that bb- - not ready. hliall hear of him. JZkX X mother's death MrsJ. Lndniln Snow.) taken to the hospiUil and examined it Mr. I. A. Marks who .sold his iner-- j I. lc liero now, I likoamare bent. Shuib. Herago w.is - vchm and her disease, was found that the bull had touched no a b.i, closuly roMwinbllni: the luiuitlftil tM(iu tailoriiik binine to I'rice & Mc consumption. She leaves n husband and vital point and that the wound was not ' Ribbons, Laces, &c, while they arc cheap. Ncvad in conformation. Iter imiue i .Murmy, had been in the business here t children, two boys anil two gins, mo very serious. .,rcttu and believo nhu is a "stable . for ; years. Mr. M. will piobablv ri o to , , .. . ..' ... . '. All the Lace Curtains will be sacrificed in the auction Wednesday ,... nn, The cause of the trouble date. hack to . " " omttel i uuwiii - niiu ,f sue will Mart in hhiicmii moivi engage in businesM. ami onte about ". tfho was universally n dispatch dent by Judge Kincuid more, afternoon. The boyn have a way of gutting youiiKt Htakes hero. than two years ago to the Louisville Ladies attending the afternoon sales are comfortably seated. riii; cemwlerxvoi inev Diuctiunuu ue.tti. arouiKl tne cigarette law. lno olden Owing to the rtdiitionslnp ol tne Tunes, telling of the questionnblu ntti ' ' V """ writer to uuny of the original citi.ens of in which Mr. Taulbee had been' V i; the kids . o,lie along " the LceiMi, the model room of the IVitent pick them up neatly ke,, 0 hear of wo , ' ,H,sMbly have been selected, speaks inaile rror ... my last report in j , 0(.t8 o narl)0llrulle. otlice with a young woman for whom ho ant ... . of highest pre.se for ilmao In thu name of the characters who will give volumes , lllu.k.VOOliH ,,,, nnt !.. , Mlflt ......i.iui.. limnlnil ......... itAiu. in nd .in. ill. ' their musical eutertainmeiit at ih.irgc. How ll.ltl.V IUUII.'IIUIIW the Ope with no artificial advantages heretofore, tnent. Tho matter was of current " minor tlav without the father, the brother, the ra House to night. It is the Mumlell and her natural advantages being undo in Washington anil a city paper had pubbivouac!" SlMors and at present it looks as if a full miii, that sleep in this "last vulopod, she has furnished more big men lished it before Kineaid sent it West, but Hun "imw" was right, but "lost," and house will listen to thorn. to the country than any other county in Taulbee seoined incensed alone witli the Mr. Joseph t'oltuy and family who tln-iiinesioii oue of valor and patriotism the State, and s.be deserves success on judge anil immediately vowed vengence ashes are hot forgotten, nor have been living at Crab Orchard, have .Hid their that account if nothing else. Among against him. Kineaid had been warned neglected. Would that all their homos nun mi win occimv mo r prop- - her noted men we re.noinber ,i.,. loilow - by his threats ami endeavored to keep wtieaswell provided and protected as- itrty on Iexingtou street. Mr. N. I. In-- ing: Judge Joseph I.ve, ironi from coming in contact with the m m, , . ,,.....,, ..... bad ti.ev won. How much better ex- grain who has been living m the house- HIV .. IIISUM HMVir n ,... . but his business was such that they had w r Is Receiving His would be tlie wealth that is will move to the (iootlloe houe on lib public of Texas; Hon. James j Love, M. met six times, each one of which hail monuments to the mem- - street. wasted on costly C. and afterwards millionaire laud specu- S;," ;:.,' Those who want to vote for city .ry of some heroes of circninstance, if lator of Texas; Col. Win. llogan for Mistributod among the humble homes of couucilinen in April will have to register many years held a high State position in health of his mother Judge Kincuid says Give lnm a call. tho unfortunates who are not in favor tliutr iihiiiuh this week. Tho tlrst ward Alabama, James A. Hogitii, Kegister of he bore these indignities, fearing that lt Goods W arrantcd and a Perfect Iit Guaranteed. , eniullthates, v,ith the throne, nor uudei the guardi- - has alrwuly iioininatetl as Uuid Olllce of AlalNiina; lion. Green tragedy would result in her death .nnship of jKiwer, noi tht protection of hoth aie negroe ami will probably have Adams, distinguished inember of Con- well as one of the participants in the af- C. A. BENEDICT & CO., the trenail ry; but whwie. the raven of m opposition as that ward is composed gress; Silas Woodson, Governor of Mis fray. The last assault was more than Wfili Drillers & Pumn Adiusters neceamty croaks of want from morn ti1 principiilly of colored people, souri; Judge W. I1. Hallingor, lixChiof huiiMti eiidiinince could stand and the --.It is aatonishiug how ignorant foi- TANFORD. KV. night and night 'til morn. The history Justice of Texas; Hon. Goo. M. Adams, result has been stated. may be summetl up in eigners me of how we do things. A Secretary of Shite, and many others not .I xn.lt coniiust him- WVlls ilrllUd to orJr and I'limpt furimhed at Judge Kineaid imuiediitoly gave 30 these worda: MimiT Hv.ita. When on .Swiwle wasin town a few days ago work-see- s now re.l.embe.ed. If wo have left out telf up and was placed in the station- - faetery (iticos. grounds and hand- -' ing two cowt and instead of working the beautiful any that ought to have been mentioned house, where huud rods of friends ! vine, coiiimodioua buildings of the Van- - them with a yoke as wo do, he lindlhem they must not get otl'rnded. Most of the called on him and where he was kept rV.HEi University il calls up feelings of rigged up in plow gear My io ami lixed in above we have seen and know that they till next evening when he wan ad mi tie. I Ion. ill ' to bail in the sum of 32,000, Count Von tm' rcttpoct and deep gratitude, that a manner as to make the cowh pull by existed. ajaMMprMamaHaaBaa ILols wiuHIt is placetl in the hands of sotuu, at their heud inteatl of their shoulders, Stamp becoming his security saying that In the tor;nrati' limits of Knvtl:mi Mr. Van l'elt, the newly appointed Hip Van Winkle in a new dross phiis-- ho would do so if the liil were 5100,000 le.nt, who mke such wise and noble' i;iiviii:iK.i;ka MMa H J DAKS1, Kowland. 6 a largo and fashionable audience at instead. Several other men 01 womIiIi! iisiKufit. So many are able to do b postmaster, took charge ot the ollico the opnoitunity. .March 1. Mr. V. lias been sick since his the Opera lloue last night. Without voluuteertHl nlsxi t4i nssist him. After, iiituli LMKhl ainl-k'Ivcnt nn'e t'ie SI orttt ' will simply say the shooting Kincaid's nerves becaine common that woalth appointment and h.ib not beuu able to entering into detail-lis bv no means BTAUI0K8 FOR SAL SASDLI l.Mius into the hnniis that make wise mid tiku charge of the otlice till now. Ho that FiUpntrlck Bros, are entitled to unstrung and in his weakened condition e Wc now lute much credit for their sujieib mounting from disease, he was for a time in a c.itand generous use of it, therefore it callu was in the ollico bovund days before well tering on duty, takingitems and learning of the piece, ami also for the excellent ical condition, but soon recovered. I'ub- for grateful reiect when inure Union deSaddle Stallions Makinc direct connection forIn pot tho ways of tho business. Mr. Marrs company they have engaged to play it. lie sentiment seems to be Hourly entire- 15 Head Choice and nobly oxper.dod. partliulnrs Clilcaji), Michigan I'cmU, St. I.011L, How very dissimilar aie tho people of lias not decided what lie will do at pres-lli- Mr. Paige gives a very entertaining per- ly in his favor, as theie seemed no oth-- Korale. aci' Intm j t4Cir lor JOHN I WOODFljKI). lluffalo, Cleveland. Drtrnit, Mt Stcrlnm, Ky. of the title role, and Grotchen er course open to him if lie maintained .Hilars of tho State to those of ICast out. nortioii formance 9V,ol IndijnupolL and the Vttt, New Knglund, The Canada, dillinilty has by Miss Kthel Hodgson, Dei rick by Tennessee. Heie well informed, plain, his self respect and that of his friends. Kitzp.itriek, and Heiudrick and We have known Charlev Kineaid for sociable and cultivated. There the man caused much talk and interest here by New Yorlv, who rises above his fellows so far as to tho many friends of Mr. Kineaid, who Moenie by the bright little, tots, Lillie more than 10 years and are satisfied tint UaltimBre, Washington. ; learn to rend and write is a man of gen- -' was reared at this place and whose fund-in- s, and Kdnu Adams, aie all very clever tho nrovocation must have been very T .i. ... tvjt: o .... Quickest time to llarrodsbur;, I'rtukfort ...., 1, t na ll,.l,..u,.r. D.t.nnpmt great'.W get mill in ., point 01 itiicuijit- - iiOt Ull 1HU.1U Stl Cu lu W..vi. Kkhmond, VIKOIN'IA. Shartest . but a man of great ly nt ill resides here, l'eoplo believe ..: not qiily that, ..viv....,.. piccea vi nil' Quickest line to endowment, of strong will power, that Mr. Kineaid was badly treated ' and and Chronicle. nlino-- t Conunmmowe. natural ing to take human life. He is At Walton's Opera House, tireless energy and natural capacity to that ho was forced to do as lie did. WOIimiy m hi., tenderness and is the 51 I 2 Acres of Land, 1 load and govern. Instance: Andy John-- knowing his disposition and how little night, March "th. last man w.e would have thought of as On Crab Orchard juke. his learn- - inclined ho ia to engage in a dilliculty. Solid Trains, Impact cars, amokiiiK cars and son, who though late nciuiring in such a tragedy, though he Walton bus no superior ns a figuring Kditor tlirouh withBiiRffy. nearly new, and coMlu-t- , 1'ullmjn Koudoir Churchill Yenger, one among the ing, was by no means slow and unskill does not laek for courage. He may liavo Columbus Chairs 2 Hookers. out chaBKc ia Cliattan opa, ItirmitiKliam, Merid11...........1. T... 11il111.mil iii I ntlior lli'imnn'rt sovoral ian mutiny direct connections tn route for Knox. it to great use. Surely tho uhlest residents of the section, died at ful in putting mm... r - ,i.,,i at....k on him erred in sending out the scandal, but we ille, A.heville, l.rnchburi;aiid points in the not n.ld it will he fur rent. Tor If the land mind builds and duvelops strength to his home in this county Saturday morn-mer li, C. Wnl iM.,,,m..l li....Utnr. have never heard the story denied. or further information apply to W i. iiv.iiii.v-..-- . ...,.... ... vin ton, Stanford. IUI I.UUIO niivxii. T. K. WALTON. the necessities tli.tt call upon it. J ing. He was SS years old at tho time of it. .tiij Wonder if this admiration was brought IIUIL .'IT. lillliuev iiiuiseems to have had have somewhere read that "inclination his death. The county looses one of its dicate himself, lie nboui'ht about by the modus operandi t At ChattanooiEii for Atlanta, Columbus, Savannah, Wilmins is born of ability," and I think it might most substantial and iiilluentiel citi.ens. that he could place any indigni characterizes tho Kontuckian's hos an idea ton, Cnarle.toii. Au;iuU, Macon, as truly he said that capacity is often Ho had many relatives and friends in that KI.OIll-l)- A ty on Kineaid that he chose without fear IlrunmicV, I al C.iy pltality'.' Lancaster Nuws. ,, iimti. linr runuint; solid tralas with chcii o born of exigency. Hut i am too young tho county who will satlly morn his do of his resenting it, but he learned better I vtill pay a of lifl Dol'ars lor iiifuiim-lio'I'lie only It was not. Mr. Henson is himself a to his sorrow and got at last what men oh coivii .i m of .oi) un.iuihoncd pcrton 1'tillm.m llotidoir or Ihilacc Sloaii(; Cars im and much too jovial to don tho philoso misc. The Itinera! will take place towitliuut change lor .my clan of corres- day, Monday, at 10 o'clock at Now Prov- gentleman and possesses broader views of less forbearance would have given pher's gown; tho fool's cap would Found Cutting Timber or Dara-ogid- g Selma Bt Montguttxry, HuatmlU, Docatur, bearing and occu- idence church, thence tho remains will than to proscribe a man simply because hhn at first. pond better with my any Improvements Klorenco, Mauiphf and AllfCANsAs mi,. ho does not think as he does. Ho staid Shortf-- t and quickest to Anniskm Snlina, M... pation, and less likely to estrange those be taken to the Danville Cemetery. ..it niw :..... .. i.. mi ii... i.... 1... ....iL, .... madj at NI.W OK )n the fi Hon ing property : obil. Direct connection, lu our ouice ueariy vti,iK can prevent the iioiiunawho know me best. LEANS wittiVut omnibus transfer for tn, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. here evidently preferring tho company Uon 0, lirovpr Cleveland in 1SU2, whoth- Austin, Ur, At HuhUnd v..ov.n ... w A ' cV is raining Apropos to occupation: It of a practical temporance man, who is or thl, :;BW York delegation he solhl for y.4",1 l.'ch puciBv 1 v. M. (haa Mason Adams and Miss "Willie Mil- ' TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. now. a cold, dismal rain, not a fanatic, to that of prohibitionists j j u ylr Warterst.n ought to bo ry. VmTH'.' Cap W. UntchiMia'a 40acrfarni, The only ihronah liac ! )n kun and Vii rained all day); the horses aro taking lor Norris wero married at tho briduV and cranks. able to see this. When, by the way, pnTami r K.Br' umber tract, on Hud. Miss. . Shiuveport ' nmkmu direct itiuutf tiona their evening walk under a dry shed. father's in tho East Knit Saturday. without omlnhin transfer frr Pallas FurtWurlh, l!R The"g7o3a7ir5aTrrwho shot was tho New York dlgatio evar sold, John L. Hush and Miss Mary Kidd, morning it was not so cold and they Austin San Antonia, k"l 1'a.o nd p.Imi.iii This --.- m -- -; -,- !Messenger. ; ve in were sent around the track in tho mud; aged 15, wore married at Mr. J. V. DrumnierShively at London, waived an TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORHIA. " '' ' ' "'X in lots of Wheeldon's, near Wnynesburg Friday. examination and was admitted to ball in bonie in canter, others galloped, r. -- Cl.tt.lc8 Hatfield, a Ileudersop, Ky., Kidder f orre. t Lounlfjnats and ful' l'wr thr.iuch rati three at a time. While the first lot was formation call m Affent at lunciifn Clrv, Ky , " The Senate has passed a hill for tho man, fatally shot a three card inonto ry M.i " ' . M, i.',i.".Bf.Sf? Miss Annto Hall, a popular young wOSQ.HY. HUNK address out "cook" ('!) was getting "breakfast"(? - lady of Louisville, was diowned , u 'near depot at Cr while erect'on in Washington of n bronz sUit- - 11u.11, who roped htm into butting and. c hvr hi r .. brought In, walked under blank....a u 4 .t fun Horses V ,VTi A.. on n tram Oram. uore..vo t I rut ",Vf.',iKiMKK. ic uammg 111 u.e sun at. jupuer iniei, ue of Christopher CohunbuSiiU n cost f tl joeod him, while thov ..In until cool, then rubbed dry, clean U. ' eQ".'6m Ci. Aent for Owners. ill Arkansas. $75,000. rest on I'loi ida. nnd neat as pina and put away to , re,, '. ,1..,. pretty sun,, ; m CMi,j , "e V nnl added iniurv ... r him. l.i. I a hav neither th. j H , .,,.., .. I .;,.. ,, 7m3 nsr , j.,, - ,' ' ..... ......-li. !... -- ... c,v -- i ; i!....i..-Mii.i...i,,rt- "l- Ml" ,.,..,"',, , 1 .. jt 1 ins "TT inaiit bv Kli . K'n'- riOM a Tr The Stock is Still Well Assorted .- -- l .kr SQUEEZE T3TJTi3C3'.15rT "V7"K,A.TPS Ex-Co- n l u-n- u j l,t .rrryym r rrnc JC4JXJOiOiiJJeJtiX Jc0, j j j 1 fa-- 1 i- , fi, MUI,in"""u i...l ", . a "u V, , ,,, ., I S. j L POWERS 5 rU(URuPLEY,-- CO. , r i 1 . i ... .,.,, ii;air iitrlw St rz ' spring and summer goods. l j it.-- ' i ! j I For SaXo 9Sm cmsiyzmsmt I I'li.latl-lphiK-- ' i Twenty Building d 94RBAiUO wMifflSsgii c)i. V'iNs sgmm we ' , ' on-th- - j ' 1 Kineaid-Tniilbe- o Jt-se- 1 FOR SAI1F1! j Kosloii) , -- ' ".. .....,.. cinlnr I j j raw TOffiL30!AjKf9 Slci-pe- r j et .,. 1 1 ptt-i- - . I j S50 K3SWAHX Rei-n-- Thom-jitl-mi- d n Jail-sopsill- e 1 . ' .,, V ' Ha'.r; ci. IIoti-.toti- , (. ; ' j ' lS.s.s?-Owon- sbor T" r,-.- f t l., ... I ' w-r- :,J, .......n't - fi .v, 1 fe.'i. H "' . W I .! n-- .1 r. itraiwm9ahii A Sew-Weekly InteriorJournal 31 Stanford, Ky., arch 1 , 1S0O W. P. WALTON'. Mu. Cahmm-- says Unit tlio ultimata purpose of the repub'icnns in adopting n chance of rules is to place upon the statute books laws which it will be impo"-hifor the democrats to repeal, even though they secure the next House of ttcprespntatlvej. ami eleet the President The republican of the United States. majority in the Senate is sueh that it nmv be 'in their political .v.wse.ioii for , t'lonext lo years. I'pon sueh assump-tionthe if the democrats should eleet president and a majority in the next House, they would be powmless to laws because the republican Senate would withhold acquiescence. The republicans fully appreciate tlmt this is their last ch.uiee in the House ami will resoit to any method to cnnummato does not their purposes. The a Fedeial election law as think that ridical as proposed by Sherman can be enacted, but the aim will be to pass ome bill looking to the Federal supervision of Continuing, the Congressional vote. "1 four there Will OH t n.i:in dv. iUr. unrusie a lavish expenditure and an arbitrary there abuse of power. For pond- are all kinds of pension schemes . ,1. .; ....-.ing. The Dill io pension u.u it.iunMiinl for each day of of the war at the rate of imprisonment will take 31,500,000 from the treasury to start with, and itsy ultimate expenditure cannot beaceurate-lestimated. Then the dependent pension bill will take SK,000,(W0inom. The service pension bill is estimated at and On. Damn says it is underestimated. There aie enough pension hchemes already cut out to keep the treasury continually drained upon. And the subsidies in contemplation will drain it more. Under the idea of the revival of American commerce ocean steamship lines will become the Biibject of public bounty and the worse feature of this benulieoncc, 1 fear most, is thnt this liberality will be so fixed as to be made permanent in its operation beyond the power of repeal until the democrats P,mli branch of the legislative de partment of the Government, and the Kxecutivo as well." Mr. Carlisle a posted as well as a most conservative man in his utterances, and his predictions are made with a perfect knowlThe outlook for edge of the situation. the country's wellfare, at present, iu the hands of a desperate and reckless mob, is gloomy indeed. b e re-le- al im-tnnc- n . . I last countv. cloned to Joffersonville , . . ." . . :..! ... democrats of Ilartcounty enuors-- i inestiay nigni aim were miirneu. i uTun ed Gov. Buckner's appointment of II. rental objections caused tho elopement A. Watkinsto fill a vacancy in the conn- as it nearly always does, Lots at Harriman, Teiin., sold ns ty judgship, by nominating hitu for the contestants by a high as i'llh per foot. Several promt-full term, over thiee Street.. plurality of 2o0 or moie. Judge Wat-- ' nent citizens of Lebanon weie in town kins is a brother oi Thomas G. Watkins, Monday night on route to Harriman to Ksn.. the canable and courteous city edt- - to invest in town lots, among ilium JAS. II r.lVKNR ami his high Mers. Win. Johnston and II. T Con- - VM.AKKs tor of the Htiuidineat home is shwn by the Mt Way AY RES Whilst other towns rf putting faith that he got 10 of the 12 votes cast in Attorneys at Law arcumetitt showing or attempting to his precinct. show whvthoir particular town shonid -- - Fifth St . - - Louisville, Ky . 007 By the new way of stating the public myo m j woiifc, nl, , ' Sr' ve ' ' l."K debt adopted by the republican ad.n.nis-- ujn Jlllct,0l v as a very desimblo ..,. " tmtinn a reduction of 50.1'il,4vl shown point for the location of such an enter ' MUSK MtKIMO IAS 1.. ",:,:.. vw Februarv, but it wont be many prise. No doubt tht.ro is almost as much lor mouths before the figures can not be ice uel here as at Stanford or Ditnville MMIMOH. GLYENS forced to show a decrease. The raid on and shipping advanuigtts much better KEAL, ESTATE, the treasury, which thodoption of Ctsnr than either place. . Fancy Flannel Shirl.s, - Heed's rules means, will not only wipe B. M. Seal, who is wll known as a out the surplus, but increase the public man with two vivos, on trial at Mt. Ver- Town l.oU,Ctl. lrn mil unit r LaBl bouh debt, unless all signs fail. non. Mo., for that oH'eiise, plead guilty toltciied "LIL- Shirts, Dress Pfeue Shirts, Hicrhi Shirts, and received n sentence of two years in LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. . . . VnlaundereS Shirts. ' is that .T A rj-PJ the penitentiary. It The Senate refused to pass the House N'eal is the man who married a woman At Hcatomihlc I'ikc. bill forbidding the marriage of first cous m:ir thiu nlm-c- . iib.itidnui'd her. became Plain and Fancy Kid Gloves, ins. married again in Missou- - w. .. . - Jfa The governor is working his veto a preacher and were made worse by the nr.hipI.tW.nd pame.don'i mm 10 ie machine with his usual good judgment. in. Matters .... . . first wife, supposing her husband (Neali J1 VkW MrivJiiji Tiik republican mob in tne House Two or three vicious bills were killed by ' - nitain herself. (HNCW UioJaiV,, liu ,, ..,-,,the i.tke nd dead. inarrvniLcontinues to increase its powers for evil him last week. Klward Green was the name of tl.o and its ability for vicious legislation by --The Senate passed .lu.lge lantisej s Hnn-dnFork. Heand unseating democrats who were elected bill giving married women additional lit hows, four in hands ami Scarfs at Thompson, were brought hg to republicons and giving their place property rights. It pravides that all she here. Dr. Jasper did all in his power who were not. Pendleton, of West Vir- has or inherits shall be here to dispose I otter my II0U1 ISrcpcrty tlnatiHl at Kinirnvillr, for the man, but he died in a short Lincoln county, Ky , at a bargain If wU "" . ginia, is the last man to be fired out and of as she sees fit. 10 S"" rocmf, while. Deceased has parents living at coiiulnlns A splendid pUicnil neciry v, biky to upcti iiwr Atchison to be fired in. The vote stood c The House by a big majority passed Stockholm, .SweJcn, who are ' ' otcd batkih the In.. 1(52 to 0, the democrats refraining fioin W l!CAK,f the bill enlarging the powers of the people, we were informed by his com- clunse. Addu . voting and Head counting a quorum as stnfft t?!tilrnil Commissioners relative to panion. He was 27 vears old and of tine notice on the usual. Mr. Carlisle served unlawful acts of discrimination against physique and appearance and could I. .11. 1IRUCE, mob that the action of their speaker in shippers of freight. ! sneak three languages fluently, dreeiii counting a. quorum, whether the vpto dispatch from Hon. nnd Thompson wtre not professional We received this fssd showed it or not, would be tested in the U. C. Warren Saturday: "High license tramps. The trainmen were in no way in, )i cr I l kkkt sim: IMC urf all l)loo,l .lirac, nuih aS roluli. I I.I'ricc I'linpln,Umlccrated Thrift courts when it would be ascertained if amendment parsed. Will send copy of SIANtOllD. KY. White Swillint. S plulitu dmciMM in all it Un. N'crixi A responsible for the unfortunate accident. MAVIS IIION III r I'KS i the mnl lcatanl to take ol all Ihf Iron t'.nict Itiuren Pyipcptia the minority has any rights, which, the it duly signed by Wednesday. Both M'KnAL AI rhNMONtoCOMMKKCIAI. Veen appetin rnrnh. the ljl.o.1, rcfiilmck the liver .n.l impurii new rncrcy to the mm, let it Kive shameless majority in Congress shall Houses adjourned till Tuesday. IkiIiIi" and inule bought and lold. miu iivi iimp ,ariii I'rire St COUNTY. truvelem JIort MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE WORM SVRl'l' l mndi n the l.it worm killert and epcller knmvn to the mtd iA I.IM-'uwu m "'j respect. Only hrt-cl- a hnrrna vtirn ic junket Fri1'rue a) leal prnfeMon and ttircfore rerominendii it.clf li it plcawnl tu uke, ufr and reliable The house took another Cromer's mill as well as Whittnker's per kottlr Dick Hawes, the Birmingham mur- day. It went in a bodj to Lexington on mill on Skagg's creek were washed away Impairrd I)ieeti.m, Sit k Mud- -, he OAII.1HS MA(.NI IIC I'll.t.Murall l.ivt-.Vc A. ' .1. Jtli.irtic I'm cm ent per toi. aiTOTICEJ I derer, was swung off at noon Friday, his invitation of the president of the Agri- last week. .Manufa tnrid mii.1 tor jIc tu tl.r nade by the being broken by the fall. He sta- cultural and Mechanical College and af neck 1'reston Bullock, the man who stole AsetreUr .tf the U(md .if l'rU "f Hi Ky. AVII.I.IA3ISBVKG J3tVC; CO., ted that he did not kill his wife and two ter enjoying a sumptuous dinner there n mail pouch from the platform at I.iv- - I'ottii of Crl Or. hard, iiil on (Iinl n ...... I. -children, but paid John Wylio $200 to do ufcuuuBu ......... ..il. nn.r! v..... . till ttt j ton mnw moti,s fcince, was given 8, to the deed. If ever a man deserved the beroftl.ei.e.nhersproiniseuuoio t,K, CohlIIlms poniten- VrWff' -was retained, but "" ' WL-AHnwes see that tho J tax ignominious death lie suffered, Ti 3L tht, , M r l ' lives were wiped out on ac- increase it if possible. Even Kepresen-. - .;'" lid, for 10 ... e.iort 10 MJUK, illl 14UUD UIHU lUVUiti v count of his deed, 111 of the mob who tative Cooper, who. has le.l l.ie Seven One Hundred Dollar Bonds in ,,.,, qllIirU.rH. ra ' .. . I... a.. ..-- .. .f III.. MlltM. ttlls uttempted to take him from juil and ...I - ()( jhe lowll 0f crab iinUt, de m live Waid, of l.iv Mr. nnd Mrs. J of ent pcrani.mu ... ii... v .. : -- ..I. .,...,. . iihe rate f ' hang him, being killed by the Sheriffs almost converted to an a Ivoutte. IIie. NaU.rt.al Hank - ' 1 way to reach most men .w1i .... the ritfht to v ,1 . tinasi. iii nrntcctini? bis carcass. Hawes most eflective i.:i.. i..a iuu-uere v. una .1... .... ..... ...... im......h . w..3 ., rivor. .1 . t.H .'... be to remembered, married another! mind is via their stomachs. of it will be from their houne at Koekiustle throi 00 dy" u yeil,,i, iw.ne ih h ... .. ,.r ....L ...i..M..nn woman almost before the bodies of Ins u . iiiiums ''Xo,,.!" VrV ,..u.d Messrs. A.. I. Null ami l. A.i..r HEWS CONDENSED , Ke'iiu-victims were cold, and was on his bridal V'V"" u'un. nnl uluHBfil Willi. Iiiirrilliatl..SO tllt'V thx i.enr A.bciiiI.Iv l UrMlslON.S.f) ' ' ! "" '. .1. .Suo tour when arrested for the heinous Thieves stole the money box of the stepped. over to KoeKWoOii,. ... , lenu , ami . . crimes of wife and child murder. C II. I), at Cincinnati and got oil with uivestoa. fr.'-'O.iiriir,lav evening near Wildie, th s 52ouse; The Court of Appeals has decided Oils, School Boohs, I). T. Illigh, better known s "Yan- county, Aus. Henderson was shot and iM Mt.nr OSI V. fli'sif-p.ax- si that Dick Tate's bondsmen are liable to kee Illy," the veteran detective, died at instantly killed by James Dunlin, his n.n.rl. Ri.l.noi'inn.t'i' n.t. .nit) tho State for the balance of his defalca- Louisville. . u brother-in-lawto do Tho weapon used was but tion. It was originally The ollice of assistant secretary of H Colts. Four balls passed through u worlt man-lin- e le by sales of his property and other items war bus been created by a vote of both . ' "Tj 7 I 7 " I Henderson's body, teaiing great holes reduced to about tho amount has been sj,yie. bodies of Congress. The cause of the shooting is said to have Fitzpatrick'S Mammoth SpectaC-bee- n $150,000. If every cent of the ilefalca-tio' was The British steamer tjuctta on account of the bad treatment of ular is forced to be covered into the ---: : : wrecked oil the Australian coast and ItU his wife by Henderson, who has been in, treasury it will not only ba an act of passengers and seamen were lost. w ith other women. I ' Wl 1 T numerous escapades 1 ri ri fl fl simple justice to the State, but he of Experts found that the benefit to the democratic parof Mississippi is not a defaulter. The rety, which is in a measure responsible potted shortage was duo to an orror in . -- ' -- Jthe above date nnd went into the house. for Tate's acts . C.eriiun Comedmn, l.KO .. i Hi.led "J, ....,w. :. .....iT. hVi,. .unfui oison steoned out to Winchester is on a big boom and As a reward for making two races ugainst Gov. McCreary and getting the lota anj going at fabulous prices. A Lilllin and Kdnu Aditm a Hemdr.tk and MeCompany ..1 m Am.u. 'e. "',l worst beating both on tho rostrum and 510.000 hotel and many other improe. liu leplied "That's my business," tiring .....,--. t ...... Dlllllin and the Oth- - Hie reentry and mechar.icalelferttareuua1"-"11"'l.lH)VO IVSlllt. with at the polls that mortal ever did, It. L. arc .......,..., l..f( .... iirrui u . .... th . . . Vn ...,... .i..t c'r on a nui u er Kwell, of iAindon, alias the Little Ked At Chambers, .ei., wiien o. Hog, has been made supervisor of the (18u,. in tho tith district. The place a prominent attorney, took- exception to j IulJf,l county. Kev Stephen Colyer, a Po7iVm Oliihlul. lUlUXJJU clergyman, had a, carries with it pretty good pay and mm It tho decision and struck Gastiu a fevere leading, Christian m(...Lheaded by the VVll be lve at ... .... t . . . ....iiui. , in uliicli i.i... .nui ilin.ii . vm putronage. . . Uiow in llie nice. MM M Mr. Cleveland has sold his Oakviow hSing near ms iL,". He w IWM M. D. Huoiucs, Kaij., has announced !......,nl ttfitlt tl.o ilri'itil tlllll ti. a candidate for county judge of j property at Washington, which includ- himself .n .. ieep i o hi by Riu. :,irr,,ril snbioct. of course, to the en esthe noted "I'etl Top" rebidenco and !i luted t to his fainilv and friends. A few Folio ed drawn b atur to in.m.irr liemon doj llie charmt since the reverend gentleman wits lladef ind t'lrcbolt dorsoment of the democracy. He is fill- - acres of land, near Washington, toa Ca!- - days that passenger on a .train ......... was delayed all llie r 1.1.. nf ilioi.linro'ilifr, tllH illllit'S mill ,..... .... i if.irni.i uvinliciti. (nr , Jll , (kKl lllilki. fit u , a - ii H r....... ( thr Kat.ill .... i .i:. he Demon i j)V jy. I'apuuiv " mov.....M nil ii hiiuii. i.tniiiiii v i.uiii .ii.. ...i , . luaint aiidiiirt.ii ainre will follow, mid IlltK !.... l.. i....... m. ...o li.is.iit. CUOIl j'irtn fm IWI .1... .. i..it lit., micinji to wait, he con ti.L?llA,iAni Patch; and not tlesiring JUS I.IIICOIII menus i"JJo "lie Ilemdricl, will ride her KdiM Adam. .. bejutitiil Shetland pony, ret. A storm is raeing on tho Atlantic eluded to walk home, rearing to go iinriw wlHlie rewarded both by nonii ho walkcoast, said to bo the most severe of the through a tunnel on his route, ita biow nation and electioiK ed over the hill. On reaching Willkcep constantly on hand a large and select line.of F.urniture ' New York and New Haven the Parade a Concert will winter. ho was horrified to find the dead body After Le given. inc,(.8 of of a man, whom ho at once recognized and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as suchfgoods Tiik IntkiuouJouunai, was 18 years of have bwj yUAUid wUh B, age March 1, for more than l.i of which j gnow nn(1 for Uire( hours iSl,n,lav morn. us the one seen in his dream. The rest can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conChurleston, S. 0., but of the story will be found in our local Keervcd eat7S ..rut; other teat so; iltildren vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. it ha been under tho present manage- j, bll0W fen H FiritonnatcatW. II. McKobert columns. Kn.J 00" melted. jimiit. .' i ; -, have been very disastrous nil over Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana. The Kentucky river played havoc all along its course nnd in Frankfort drove all the residents of the lower part of town from their hom"., causing much inconvenience ami sullering. The w t r b'irked up as far as the penitentiary and the gas ami electric works wore forced to suspend, leaving the capital in total darkness. The Ohio ro-- to fifl feet 11 inches, but began to lecedo Friday night when the cold wave cnine. A big part of Cincinnati was submerged and railroad tralllc was greatly interfered with. Several humheds of families in ....,. ii...ir li.iiiiiw i..: v and more than 1,300 men thrown out of emplovment. At l,misville the river reached the second stoiies of the build iligs along tho rivor front. The soveio cold weather following the Hood has added to the suuVrings of the poor and many deaths hae resulted from exposure to it. Tiik regular democratic city ticket headed by C. W. Foushee for mayor and J. Smile Smith for recoider, beat the mongi el concern by 1,000 votes at LexWe are glad of this ington Saturday. on general principles, but our joy is somen hat'turned to sadness is wo contemplate the brilliant Falcon onring down from his lofty heights to occupy the bench of a criminal court and rata Ht.ntences on petty offenders. We hope, however, that such prosy occupation wj 0t dull his imagination nor cause .11... ..f HUH t.. " r I.14..1 Iwmiltifll) "IMS lllglll.1 U. f...... l or frequent. The Hoods The democrats of the Iowa legislature have nominated S. L. Bestow as their candidate for United Statea Collator. CHURCH AFFAIRS. C3gV e The new Chi istian church at None, such, Jessamine county, was washed away by the Hood. A colosal Btntuo of Henry Wind Deeeher in bronxe to cost SifyOOO is to b- - erected in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Walker Sanfonl, the old mun in Kiinawhacountv. W. Va.. is dead at lo. lie leaves nine children, ranging in ages trom oil to 70, four of whom me Met ho- dist nreachers. -- The meot.ngatthe Methodist eburvl. conducted hy Kev. J. I. .ivage is wan,. Illg lip llie lln.'iiiiFrii.iii miu .... ....... much interest among outsiders, who are itnpiessed with the speaker's earnestness and power. Services will continue through the week. JUNCTION CITY, BOYLE COUNTY. Part ill UI. Hi ftptnptnhptnM x Illy. , That our inauguration Spring Sal? last weeh was a grand success anil but a, forerunner of the many busy weehs to come during the season; for when u;e give the people such values as ire hare opened ti.e season irilh they canyt help purchasing. We do not exaggerate, when, we say "there has never been a. season" t,h(tf ice hare prepared for when our contracts hare ban fdaced so favorably as this season. Hence our customers are reaping the ben Jit. Our Embroideries are The htonn of last Monday night did considerable damage to the telephone line by blowing down some of the poles between here and Danville. -- Mr. win. sinkhorn formerly of this bride's parents last Thuiay. -- Miss Huby Cosby, of Madison twin- tv, is visiting relatives here. Mr. J. W. place, is reported dangerously ill. Mr. Allie Moore, a young fanner, and Miss Tillie Pittm.in, both of this THE TALK OF THE TOWN! Sucfi exquisite cjjects in novel designs were never seen . Just received a new Uic of Cui'taill ScritllS which wi.l.lbc Sold (it Sc, J Or Olid 1 2Ui pet' IJUI'd. jlso'veceived a ii cw line of Lace Curtains which will be sold at Toe a pair and upwaifs; Curtain Poles with brass trimmings Joe apiece A choice I uie or Table lien s fi'om ()c upwards. In every department our stock of Dry Goods, Clolhilg, Loots, SJlOCS, Ifltls. Caps, Trttn:s,f Carpets, Jlal- ICt'Cl'll WCCll WC Hiid'X'C , s C 011 1)1 etc It lid rCddll Of Spring purchasers. g( :l is. luivc new It matters not how cheap goods are selling, you wilt 7 fZK& j 'if-- i ' 1 - always Jin a same prices. u h a, lues in our store that can not be had elsewhere ai the i - j i THE LOUISVILLE STORE' Stanford, &GIVENS. 1 $100,-OtM.0- Mun, M. S AXICTGER, MAKTAGER. J Courier-Journa- l, 1 1 i , ' Gents'FurnishingGoocls , -- I - se-.- nr 5 Light, Medium and Heavy Undear wear, Plnevillc, T Kentucky. tlior-oughl- y I j well-know- n FOR a 'd 4-- .Ji . . ... I I , . llulVlTJ" ..'tV.-- t .. '' I , Gloves, Work Gloves, Susponclcrs, Lino Ncckwcai jje e For Sale or Exchange. I mufcutw-1111M- STAGG & McROBERTS. well-to-d- o I j uvm, m m mu The Great Remedies I .1 I j tr r w t. ,., '. -- I "Vi!llaiiisTur:, Salurday, aiarcli J i89j ,- ,,,,, 2ZJl'''n'-'Maamkn,u1 - ffJ L3S FiT til & JW , W Z ,, ' 1 1 1 ..... , ..... . CT.ffftli? ' !' . vr..n f ) ei. Having purchased the interest Mr. Sfagg, will conduct the business at the old stand, where io shall pleased supply the wants all former ana new pa.irans rum . O. Waltou'K Opcr .Full Stock of Dm ss Paints, goods. -- FRIDAY- MAE. 7 H and weir revais in the best very respecijuay, -- Ihave a good Jeweler ready Wall Pajwr, Jewelry nri.r'S. tnr watch n W. B. MoROBEBTS. ' - I Sr,:;:,,':;;: .,-.- book-keepin- g. i r ?",:' j - - FURNITURE MACE MFFFKAE, T1MW - i I I j mi-ili- a .i,.a 1 ... 1 "."'"Lynrn.a'm.ar'T.'LS:!.;!'';:: i - iu .....,... i , 1 - , 2 - - SrS . 111 lUMmlM Miii-taiii- ys I j -- . t' i.iz-.-- 1 in - ... I i i ! i IX Nl" PSirstA ar 'Vjrk( O0 Semi-Week- J4&L- at present notliinir more 15 good yearling hiignr mules for salu. ip cs yi vJri&f iiZttvtr. than a broom sedge Held and u thicket, A. K. Denny. helby City. Xoktiihii.vm!0(I Irish potatoes at Ilig- - r.2.1 sold for about half a million of dolA splendht old Jaol. for sale. I'orftUnaof ifHwttsk. ,u the SOUTH r.It.V ?TANFOIU, Ky Maiicii 4, 18.10 piw McKltinoyV. KKMUtK NORMAL INMIIl.Jr.Vi lars. Tlio highest price paid was S210 r J. W. Powell, Ky. Irtprtury, Xormal anj Commercial conrt. Iniiructun ihonmth Climaip heaalif l Ni:w lot of tnon's mid boy' spring pur foot for laud that would bo high at .loe Colley Sfdd to UnglieP, of Boyle, Andres, w. E SHAW, Principal. ,) an acre. dothing jmit received nt S. II. Shanks'. C tt.C WALTON, LI.MINd, Avxiatc I'nacipal n fancy harness mum for $300. No entile on too market yesterday. IiltXIli WaTTKIISON, tllO llifitillgllisliod nix An K.ni.ink, MEANS BUSINESS. ....,. n ......., (iimoriii tne i;otirior-.iournii- i, i win ice- - Several plug horses pold at;!50 to S100. ....... ...... v...; ,.,,.1 ....i... .v.,n,.,.u ...... othui ol. (iiioch aold to Booth William s upera iioiisc, .itiuidiiy lure ai uiiiiou W. 1 Walton . It. formic. OniKitnd settle your itrrount night, .March Kth, on "Motny ami Mor- 'J'hoinpson his atjed Ptallion, Screamer, B I'onny. A black iniv weighing "bout als." This announcement ought to he for i250. E f Watch ns ami jewelry repaired and ISO pounds with oars cut and split. Kind- - sullicient to ill the home with people to B. (1. Govei boiight of Hnd . K. IVnnV. vurninted. cnt-tloTiik best nl.uu to bnv duigs, patent oi will ho rewarded. Peter Hampton. huo mill liuur tho greatest journalist in pnrtiesa bunch of 2 mid medicines and toilet nrtu les is at A. K. i!j cents. the country. Oi-jMcKinney correspondent will Poiihv'h. Wanted. To rent out a house and I nd hi leltcif mi that they will H17Y your PCIIOOI books, ink, tiuilcw, jpirnriIs addition to granting hu licenses good garden to wwne one who will work We have added to our stock a if.por, pencils and school supplies of "II not arrive the day aft er publication ,hh mentioned ehewheie. thu connlv court well. J. II. Miller hid frotii A. It. 1'oniiv. I'.. Dud-donhas i the ohku with IiIh lust two. probnted the wills of Mm. Mary A Marion countv riaitv Iwwght of and J. M. Phillips. W. II.- Miller PERSONAL POINTS. Thk 10 shari'K of Lincoln National iunlilled ns executor of thu former and Buike Bros a brood mare fur $800 and a liomv&s innru for $250. T. A. Unit is is:iiug hi mother M Hank Htock, advertifctnl by Thomas ('. W. K. Vnrnon iiHiidiiiinistratoi witli the fancy -- Jiw. Finlev bought of James T. ' Hall, 6)il nt auction yentnlay to John Kielmiond. will annexed of tho latter. Mr. A. M. Jrilllth 7 year-old mules next spring -'1ms bveti viaitiiiK M. Hail, who Mid fllS fornix and .Mrtfi. .1. K. I'vbhi Fryc was appointed curator of the es- 10 fit $75 per bend ami seven at $100 per UO foi tho other four sbaruw. leliitlvee at i)auilli. tate of the late Joseph Page and the 1th head. Ueoigetown Times. MisbMaky Kay went to Milletsburg W. H. Caiunin So have pinrlntMNl of April was fixed for tiie trml of tho - T. B Walker, of Unenster, ohl to yr.tunlny to see her sick niece. ami luau i.im on exhibition at contest ovei h s will. Spokane S ain, of Tennessee, his saddle stallion, Mils Mahoik .Mi ItoiiRitTS, of Danville, their liarnesn The iiiiiKistmteK met with the county Monewall, for 5500 .Swain also iHmght store. He it inu is vMtiti bur uncle, Mr. J. M. Mcltob-oitf-c, a beautiful animal, an gentle " a lamb court in tho afternoon and allowed Sher-ii- r in (Jarrurd, a ir-loaof bixxxl mares at Sr. Nowliuid crejlit for oil) delinquents at $100 to $176. ami as chenply iKwrdinl nt one. K. OniMiw, after ft vWt to bis J mult ?. A number of orders to isire for $1 .(). The attention of breeders of tine Ih'Kiito tlioHtorm last week the Htablo pauper were made and the body ad toother and fauiilv returned to Cuero, .s'oek is directed to the notice in another Selected from Tex., yeatciday. of Mr. (J. C. (!iens wns blown down, journed till this morning when the comiohinin of T. S. Btirnam ix Co.'s IJur-g.-n killing a line brood mare and injuring ty levy will be fixed. Miis Mi.n.mi: Ki ri.uv. returned to Yazoo, which will make the where she will teach a three novoral mnles. One of the chiinneVH of of school. M'll liipior at retail was setiMiii at ilvei Greek at $10 to insure. Licknhk to Mr. Uivens reniilencu was nlho carried mouths' hpcclal term Cnpt. T. A. F.lkin, of Uarranl. sliip-pe- d granted by Judge Varnon yesterday to Mti.J. II. Limiir.it mill little daugh- down bv the wind. jack to II. McKehluu, a 'Squire M. C. Portman and U. II. Hum-Hidter have joined her huslmiid hunt ami A lot'.su'nmii limned Huddiith, claim- of Atliens, Tenii., that lie bought recentAnd to be sold at the very LOWEST prices. but wii are glad to state that thu me located at the Myers Ilou-- e. i ing to he from Ne Alhanv, ImL, who pwloons were not opened yesterday. Both ly of Dave Thompson foi $550. Ho also Mn. A. (5. Ilrmn.N left Friday morn II. W. Trimble, of Ilogansville, ami disorderly, wit ilaced in agreed to make no etlort to okii till af- sold to lug for lVabody, Kas., to attend the bod-Md- e whs drunk the cooler yuaterdny. As thu iHtrrooms ter the receipt of the high license law, (ia., for$:i00, u standard bred trotting Mrtt Pennington. of hi sister, had not opened that cannot bu charginl which Mr. Wnricn tolegraphb v. ill ar- mare. Danville Advocate. Mil. Joll.N M. M( KoHIHm, Sk.. who bus to their account. rive in time for the action of the Wn HI for a couple of weeks, dous not N'KW AHM:i.TIIMi.rs are Uite mix council nt the regular ineetimrThiiisdrty i upim- - awl his Irn-nIt turns out that Inn one of the tramps iU4 idmut him. that were Ivlnir asleen on the llamrini: night. This law fixes thu citv license I io li H"' more tliau &'m Muw Fomb Pit5fsi((.Tiis U bud. from h Fork hri.ige was The on w ho ' delightful vWt to Dmivtlle and thin "ocil ndopte the mini-- 1 mine out un.hurt and afterward to tmch the IntroiiitNinieii Ins itttrtner to Junction mum figure, the license to keep a saloon morning will eunimeiHv ' I ....... i y -- k.l April !", Kcuxd . jj i 3177. 10, ifl. i Citv. wheie he died in a few hairs. IIu " Stnnfonl will cost it... ymiig Idea bow to shunt n.1 itowktud. a HRV lira iimiii'i numv hh F. A. Ureennml H"4 "f to ll" s,,,,u lu P. II Haiti, ( IxMidon, t I), siir of Mud S., "" lUKOl I'ait t or.) Are headquarters for -- 7A0 l tht' ''denil government. Those .ifid vb more in the j j lit. pajwnger on MindayV train bound for lti home at. in Chi.-go- . I ir I dmfl nlande diiir uf ub. rr.orJ a J4U t- who came to town jesturday to diitik X1,"wpf Xu,w80ll the wild mid wnol went. Hi friend j VirVu Whilk milling "lown llalld Gap hill a or to remark on thoe who did were dh-- j , Jam here hope the elrMT lnmt hill mM d Hum of VnlUirr 2 ao'' .re etl Reswmer t nW. Us or twoaico, tne horse driven hy Cy- - appointed, murh to the relief of every cide lo hnate then. Ham of I'crtVffl a 35, (lire ol MlaMteta 1 Plows! Plows! Plows! Ihiy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel r Hut I became uniiiaiiageab.eaiid back- - one who thought some other day than a I) urn of llroti, 4 )ar old rtcmd t )7. 47V of Childe Harola record 4n l'nt;. j ed orTthe.litf, laullv lnuwiug him and public one the liest for opening the CITY AND VICINITY. Und j 04 No plow is equal to those; no (.rand dam ef Comi&uht Ureal Clonraor 2 21H Plow and you will make no mistake. injnring his wife, wlioMillered j loons. (irund dra 'l uCk 7 ?;V$ Fhmii rth Satnrdny t M. lr. Wkm'a. ii fmetnrv of the leg in addition to other Amlnrwou Cair, thu first colored mail plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to hwm, record a 18)4. -fndvrtleiaii( liurte. The buagy wae (saiuplute wreck i over to doso in town,' procured license 1 Dim l'nrtm. (v ROltlll CK. 1). .S. rponter'i cit I do good work, or no sale, sk your neighbor. and the horse was badly injured. He proved a good 4 am by VIIliI'. n in the afternoon. ge. r n thi reua.ar of hi The abovi rcroid is (ee.i; - to th.. KalL ri!echaracter and that he was prepared to expect htm alKWB nt Stagg . Tni: Court of Appeals has alllnntl the keep a hotel, put up his money and gavu I.Miin' spring AOO mIII malt the eaoti on tin. larm of V Co., . M. KoU-rtadiiwiou of the Harlan circuit couit in W. .1. Miller ami J. 11. Carter as securi- 5 llHmv.V on the iher Creek, Ky., I mile from Kichmotid I.ancaur tuiBpikc. tho case of Frank Clem for murder. ty that he would conduct an oulerly Ni)itTiir.HS seud onte, timvthy, clover, Clem Iirh been in jail hero since the house. Uf coutse, like the others, he blue grass and orchard grass -- otl at. I. B. sentence of life imprisonment was pass- 111. oUlent coin in commit two car old cannot open till after the citv council W ill graic mre 1 osier's. al 10 cent, per day and wilt od upon him. but he will be taken to pnHt.t.s oti ,1h appiicntion lake all txxdblc utre hut are not respontibk for or escape incident K TK Cea is the nuiiu of u little lady rraiiKiott now as soon as possible to Desiler In- T S 111 UX AM k CO. i.jin "DEATHS1 DUINGS. her appearance at Mr. John spend the rest of his days in prison. who made The sad news of the death of Mrs. Lynn's Saturday. Si'Ki . 1. Notiik Olllco Singer Manu" 9 Jennie I luiruian Pennington wastlashiil I.KWKonlertfor 'bus to K. C. depot facturing Company, Cincinnati, 0., l'eb. Sunday from Peabody, Kansas, where CiRi.it Court. 'at uithurthu Myers House or Portman t), 1MHI We beg leme to announce that she died at 1 a. m. of a complication of l .nrr.irdbill and Guardian Wfar 11. kimi.iird, Adiur the viid Gill' )ieir, J b. 1'lnn.tiff, against Margaret (nil und other. They will receive attention. A. Mr. P. 11. Idol has been relieved from diseases, pneumonia being the principal. House. Danthe management of our business at T. Nuunelley. Last Summer she went with her little Hy irtue of a judgment r.f the Oarrard Circuit ville, Ky., ami Mr K Kison tins been Court in the above M lid action rend. red at it daughter, Mary, to spend a while with cotmuls-mni- r 1 cliruarv tern. iSgo, 1 will as .perial Bip Van Win- appointeil our iluly authorized agent Ik half we hear of the in l,..rr..l.li.,o Itr .,,,.1 Mm ... I l ...... of .ud couil in aiUiciinn, rn 1 Hull. v.. next Friday his stend. In older to secure prompt at- i II. iv..H.Hn I'l. nil. I ..in. kle Co., to appear here night, is true it is no ordinary tiotipis. tention, all communications with refer- man, who made her stay so pleasant that 15, The actors are said to bo line iiml to pre- ence to Simrer Sewing Machines, should she had remained with them since and Oji the premi'.es that i, at the lots to bo o'd MIDDLESBOROUGH, l!.ll in the sent the old story witli h remarkable be addressed to "The Singer Manufactur- up to a few weeks ago her letters county, ut of ell to tbe Imrhest and best bidder Desires to call attention to the complete line he has of everything kepr Ky uvidncss aided as thov are with all the ing Co., Danville, Ky." The public is were so cheei ful and full of hope that at publn outtry the following priiperl, t.vit in a First-Clas- s Grocery and Provision Store. Large invoices of goods A number of Al I'AIU.K of her. relatives were prepared for s enic ellects. cordially invited to visit our new parlors none just received have made his stock one of the best to select from in of her dangerous illness or of Building Lots in Middlesborough on Third street, two doors south of the the news Tins ik March itli. President Harri- post-olllethe sudden ending of her young life. Her town. Besides where a full supply of NeedHell nunt , Ky., to- - it son lias been at the helm lor a year und little girl had been very sick and three In HlorV 1101, N 1. , one fcl fronting mi obles, Parts and Attachments may be Avenue and three Ion Ironting on I em vet but few of the republican In this weeks of nursing at the time she was feeding at the public ciib. tained. Very respectfully. The Singer not very stout aggravated her condition sit A emu.icni, N. r , tnnloit Iroiitmi; section are In llloct. .Manufacturing Company. and two Those who have ben wnitingiiud watchand added other diseases to sap her vi- North of Ave block Intt fronting on the Avenue aid He lias a large lot of In lllock 1002, N K , fourbu froiitinc mi tbe am still doing so with the prospi-c- t tals, uf course, with iho uncle and 'I'll k skeleton ot a man was found in u ing Ammuii. south nl said bluik of ii crnni falling their wnyj growing thicket near Hiuel Patch lust week aunt, who loved her dearly, everything N E, four lots framing an tho In lllock iioj, venue immediately south of id block and soiuu small by degrees and bountifully less. It who possibly was the subject of foul was done for her that possibly; could have fr:u lions of lots Ivinit luck of this l.loek. In lllock 501, S' K , two lots IruAliag on the i very sad. play, but which it is generally thought been, but her brothers and sisters lieie Asetlue south of said block wns the remains of a person who had jure inexpressibly grieved that tluU th. In llkxk soi, N h , oim lot froiitinE an I'etirs-bornuM mii il came in with a snowstorm Air tornur Which he will sell at the bottom market price. Call and sec him. laid dow n t sleep and hud fio.tui to weie not able to minister to her and W on tne Avenue1 south oflot; and tbreelt.U frontiHi; iud blosk .ml the mercury below; the Irecxtuu death. The Hesh wmi entirely oil the present w hen her spirit crossed the dink K . one bit frouinR on lVterb-roug- li In lllnck i. and one lot fronting on Chetr Av p .int. It continued to get colder all bones and bits of clothing wore scattered ' river. She was a member of the Pre In lllock mi, S. .,tive lots iruiitinii Winclie-te- r lay ami Minday morning the thei limine-- '. for Avenue and two lots Ircniiiik ou Petersto yards around. In a ibckcl which byterian churcli mill iccent letters from rough Avni e r was on the under side of 'JO, me. king lo. .'n whii pur couUining ' her show that the teachings of her saint-t- " in HIolL iu.. s - . fourfront nlr nt. Win. holer whs i oiiu d there was .u k. v.nil.bitive iliecoideel dar of the , but none bearing od mother had rooted and grown to the tcr Avenue atisl four lots '0 and a few pupei;-cnu winter b-- foi med Ui the thickness of any name. CUpt. (.eer, who worked perfect How er. As soon as possible after! I laid is the only man .- in. liea but Mr. F. ' lot- - fronting on CumoerUnd Avenue. Yester- - Into kist fall on the rm,d near wlieie tho receipt of tho llret telegram Her brother, to day until beard of imlheiine it. u.. Z Ihe sale v, ill , ontinue from d Mr. lie detect-- 1 'm A. O. Iliiflman, left for hei bedside, CUH,pictcd The si,. iit be made n, r)it..r "Model Grocery" you will find diemstfenhly 8kcl ton wit! found, auvt that liiv wns warmer, but stil' (m p..,IUr clor Mi'..t iw a lot of but delnju of tmins from Hoods and oth- ...LI. as apeciui i loijrdi, rljing ntjur bv, but thinking it or causes prevented him from reaching wrmed aurets, povai.iecm memerest frtmcom- the ps r CoffGes, initnoner, bari..j no attun- - there till more than 21 hours alter her (1II 0f uic until paid. nasm. tbe lonuand of bOine An informal ineutiny. oi the railroad WMh a Court-hoiu- e of"''uylnrnt tinn to it. Theie n IvocuNs w at. held At the eie no mKiid )f vio- - death. The remains w ill be brought here or hold hnsoniiiiict rorf'll iph u! sail je'li id..v, when it wan riwolvwd toSitni-(i.- lenceas the bones weie all perfect, but ' and buried from tho icsidence of her .sis dres. me .It Mddlelsro pirn HlII trroiint.on Kj ad ij .MeKiniiify on I K1NNMKI). HOineof tlie citi.ensare tuibutislied aliout ter, Mis. W. 1'. Walton, due notice of a muss meeting at Spicial C ni r Oarratd Cirsuit Court which will be given. When Jennie left .iiteruoon, IStli. Mr. K. I.. Taiinoi it and will make nn invcbtigation. Ii.iro full rif lifn mill ln.nltli nil nni dii'.'inireported tlmt he hud secured tho free .,., lini,i,i0 c Co.s(tki. Kev. It. M. Xeul, who!,, i... t i.t-- right of way through Knunott MeCor-niucls- 's was on trial all hiht week at Mt. "His stock is always clean, fresli, full and attractive. He carries an vriiuii, Imi'L' it rnriiM Mr. Itut dentil stnlhs nlirii.-ti-l pl.icu and reijuutod that horM?i to assortment of QueetiMvare, Glassware, Tin- and Woodenware. I have added new biigdle, wagonsand appointed to ns.sirit .Mo., elmrged with bigamy, wuscoiiviuted ,n t,0 ,iUU, lU)(, ,I0Ur, renM,B (Igof the Cicero Reynolds be given twoyears in the penitentiary, llllil((r(n..(v . .. ., m) liable Bn, my livery business, making slass turnouts second to Heenring further riglitn, which and on short him in this section none the jury luiulvriiii: that vei.lictSitiirday hopw amXMm m t0 pr,.wn, for the noticeinand fctdlnc b First YllUK.MON'J)month a Give him a call and he will make it to your advantage. iek the , was done. O.J auer living imii pi.n ihiui. iiu vwm BUininons that must sooner or later conio specialty. Junction City, Ky 307 am cliuigeil witli uiarrying ii Miss Smith at Mil. YV. 11. llu.i., tlio popular to us all. .May the Scriptural assurance at Kowlnnd, was presented with that place when he had a wife at .! unc- tluit He dcetli all things well and tbe a gold watch a few days ago by bin tion City, Ky. Tho investigation grew trust that their loss is Iter eternal gain friends, the employes of the I.. & N. out of ii church row, his opponents com- console her weepingjsisters and brothers The costly gift mis deliveied by W. 31. ing all tho way to Kentucky to procure in this dark hour of grief. A preacher O'Hryan, who was nccompAiiied by Allen i evidence against him. daughter of Dr. .1. (5, and OesirinEto quit the Hotel business, I Will ell Lincoln coun lienzley and othens, and Mr. Hill was so named 1). M. Neal did marry a Miss Julia A. Moore, of this place, died Wed- - pritalclymy Hotel 111111 Hustons il.c, snapc Has a s ty It is roamy anil Mirpiieo and gratitude ho Mann in Iloyle county, this State ill be a nnt pl.i e for ' for a tilled with neHthiy in her otli ye ar, of chronic diiir- - gotid room as the bur It t is nn longer prohibi ion DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, county business, could scarcely stammer out his tluuikn. afterwards deserted her. She married rilt.a. ,I.llico Tev. There is a larae and plend illy built I.isi ry liaand the loatum is (jcod forhicr 31 r. Hill is uvery excellent young man again and is now .Mrs. llanincr ami nl-- i FANCY ARTICLES, &C Crit, gon of W. A. Collov, of the ble utlachcdAll nuthuilMnus, including tbeds, crlbh business rti.Jii. Ai.vone ami deserves this Imndsouiu recognition iiiongu inoeoimcieu iitiiu proiesis iiisu M,.rimu,v neighborhood died Saturd.iv and brccdini; depaitinctil u I'hjticians prescriptions accurately compounded. he is not that Neal. .he insisted that he ;f penmoniu,,L,i llboiU" ,0 vears. Thfs from his friends. T long Xeal was s husband. was her tlllU tho im moiwUTlias Thk axle of a car in thu second section liereH(lliieiiioiiiiibiHiiiucuriiiK ,,. (.....: .. ,. tiepusi- fJolIVv ill tbn lnst.!tandli.tov,ii . 1) s CARI'ENIEK, of Freight twin IU gave away near the nor uuu auii, id- - ' ftfW months,, the lint tune taking his! Call on or ai'dr. he ilusioiivilli., K Saturday noon and it STOCK OF WATCHES, Biding l t.nit-- k hpII all or a pari of my livery THE LARGEST S Will alo ',0r h" Ha 80,,!,' wife, and much sympathy N felt for hi... thrown horses I , rik' and wiin iiirt.. uuiii cars were CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. thev recounized him. He was pastor of ... ... .. iiiiv-1111:11 it niiii.s.. 4i will .ell nt public .ii.tl.iti nn the track. Tho wucu proeu u vui . ilottrishing Cliristian church at Mt. 111 ma Ever brought to this market. Prices loss er than Jo,m UeIR.(Hct, 80n of UeorKtf Jl.m.. j troublesome one, as the cars were loaded, Vernon, Mo., and stood high us a man the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. (,iedat Millodgeville Saturday after! Friday, lkt( paired "n short)noticeand warranted. one with rail cud rails and the other with and as a picucher till the unfortunate consisting f 7 head 01 Horses, lot ul sto-a severe illness of la grippe in his Kith and it was past midnight l.rti.ers, mce.Ruod styled roa litem, a coo J family horses, church row, which resnltedso disastroushad been married j'ust a old horse by Welchmont, one 1 year one it could be cleared. The day paesen-Ue- r ly to him. His friends, however, still year. He of which time was spent month, horse colt by 'same, 1 Rood brood mares, I.ivery in his the most ufter a long de-i.i- v nnd a as trams had to transfer maintain with him that it is a case of sick bed. The remains were interred in Outfit, including- 3 good llujijies, ne Wagons. good o new: llacn, Harness, Sprlnc did not arrive und the south-boun- d identity, if not malicious per- the family burying ground ut Milledge-vill- o .Vc , Kcod Milk Cow and a few bheats and north-bountool; ( mistaken Housrholdand Kitchen Furniture liookKtrpltnj, Short Hand, TeUoraphy.Aem I till nearly night. The secution. I) S. CARPKNTEK, Hustonville V Sunday. Write for Catalogue and full information. ' ly InteriorJournal A nice lot of ruilur I. M. Hrucc agent. 1'ort Sai.k pols. I.vtho two iluys' sales of lots at n., FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. c .c7 C6i& s tjAff? y ss't'U, Ilu'-tonvil- , le. Bus. MnnuRor r, ) PtDsI I TsJS , nt c i j In-tji- ir j IEf'mil.l. Carpets, JLj.i.nLO $ll. 1 Of. j t atting, .v-lle-ry d Oil Cloth, &c, thoi-oughbre- d- the LATEST STYLES SEVERANCE & SON. e, jiniei kid. . !' ! ,. " Y ASOO." 117S9 roil HIGGINS & M'KINNEY , mi -- ' ,il ' Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, lame, Ac. i l)i two-mil- e -- iittly 1 lnl do At $40 to Insure. , MARK HARDIN -- (. 1 Commissioner's Sale GROCERIES, j HARDWARE STANFORD, KY., &G., Tuesday, April 1890, : ', 1 l'eter-Iwrous- 1'eter-Ivoroiii- jh All Kinds of FRESH GkE3DEIT SEEDS, b i 1 A. ' j - , i.n. J,:;.! AT A.. A. WARREN'S , bt-Nt- .... .KiSlAt red'irJ.CXwuf, I i Trt $'VlZ fft Sugars i Molasses, Beans, Hominy, Rice, Soaps, Canned Goods every description, the best Cream. Cheese, Preserves, Jellies, Pickles, Sauces, Baking Powders, Extracts, Cigars and Tobaccos. Livery Stable. ...., - ! I FOB, SAXiE. Hotel and Livery Stable. first-clas- A. Mo FENNY, j ! ot oirl'0" "'"- - ,, un) vbitJ'TA i I 1 k, iiVSfcWirt J''0 107-i- m ,ii '-- "" ' i 1 March 20th, 1889, 1 be-for- e, BRYANT &STRATT0N Business Couege d dinner here. OIIIQXII F bUUlO lbhla sVV f lr A 3.3 A '"--- " sjpn' SB 7 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT I CRAB ORCHARD. DYNAMOS i I ON Published Every Tuesday and Friday ij'jpjflu -- y':ak.ixadvanck S3 SO w.n be charc.cd.nr (i. LUbAL When not to Pwi uie river nun moveu inoreio. jus son li.mrv nn.l fnmilv r.. ni.n ,In,,,.,l.,,l ....... v. .t. . t hem. -- Mr. and Mis. Joe Coffey who re- I. &N. LOCAL TIME CARD, inn Vim) hunt ftnm Danvillo about a ear - North tc a m Mail train coin)South 131pm ago, have returned to their former home. ' South , 1139pm Pllli. ... , ... ..,..,, .. ... ,. Exprett train ' " North tWliy, " 17 am "v.i iii.uniiii imuuii-i- . .uim . ... l f Vfl.tli i ..1 Iiinim ..III l'l.l. smith "" ' ."' niisscii ny u. u. s society. ..." "ijip .! " "' uc filers, of wllOIIl hllC WIIS II leader. The Utter inim .Itxarrv p.t.ennert. .ndard time. Solar Theabove.tci nlated Miss Maggie MfUobertS, of mmitrj tcr Train lratt Itowivi. at t 3 jo p m 7 Tiuc LAKU. ' Measles are predominating here, Several innil dogs have bi'on killtd Around town tins week. -- Mioses Pearl Collier and hlh6 Holmes our thank? for nice tieats. 'Siiniru h. K. Wells, who gold his f timo ago o ft Mr fnrm a j.nrkort hits rented Otis Nen land's farm across WAR An ,,""-""1"- af ,. - , , ., . ,,. ro m , routining "" ""' j 1 1 j -- . I ! ....... Mill', was M. the giiet of her aunt, Mrs. W. - 11 (.inrnett, several da vs. W. H. DHPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, sal. - CLASS 1). Xo heicditnry ollrce. nor order, nor A lion, the luniber kingof Hockcu.stle, was MM' VlrtUNON, I V. (Half brother to rig noli ami down Sunday to eo his wife and family, r lib k tira) title. ear., 10. No tavatiou borond tho public riairii ,AUu a oter iv hand hi(h jnd m rim neat door to Whitehead Uce Drug 1nf. Maj. Hohnaii has returned from a visit fim VaV W W Spe.i.tati.mmn Ilv, t0 jiMuw., 0 c eatltirw. w mite. IROYALISiMJj ffl to relatives in Louisville. 11. No National debt, if Dark Bay Thoroughbred Stallion a;-lUnr uncle, F. M. Cm tit?, is wonrwl 12 No costly stdendora of itdminiatrn- "'.v iinpiii that nn glMilto chmnicle.a candidate for jailer! lly Imp IlilUt, and a nireaml fine breeder Uon. lucky hot from the enemv t K HKl.l.. I... NoproM'ription of opinion unr of HARRY A. EVANs, He wSo.ee a reMde.it only CHt ulT k rlwley plate, oil Stanford A lanill pike ni)lItnfott of loo-o St,,fonl and nxle deputy under Sher- - hut also kill public the engineer whose duty U ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, ill hd. 11. Cfildwell away buck in thwSO's. was to Iwndlo tho resistance H. Xo nnnectvsMry iulrftireiioe with box. Or Sr.NrORl, k He is an old staler and though a demo-- 1 ''' lnmi might bo cut off and the individitHl conduct, property or peurli. of number one jrrit hih! we do hope le too ldly friKhtenet to do the V No faored claaacs and no monoH)- nn i iov awiTCH.ki Exifinq.rijir and Surveying in ,,,in ln n '"oinent th reiiiMiuiiig liee. Uie sake of his nephew,' "rep") tlm tir nil brnnohon. Dealer la HI No public money expend! except " the ,,,I' wonM ' Itroy exl it'll get there in gientalmiie. . Dry Goods, Notions, HaU, Onps ". i no IlingaUlIC by wairautof special apropritiUon. Tho Talllb(.f..Kin.Hi,,l air.ir mi V.I,- - ' "v i imer darknpN. nnd fntnl 17. No iti.vtern-- i of government Bool., Shc, Clothing, Hardware, tueeaa-wariniitou Friday is the theme here now. COIlfllniliri Willi 1.1 iirnrnil 'I'l... Conl Slnriicrh. .t Finatre, Kuraitnre and a . 10 the public eye. W'v all rememlwr "Handsome Cliarit)" for which nnal men have looked w.ua I leep oi hjnd a N i -:. i bs 1'itblic iMiup'naation for public Conoral Lino of Croccrlos, and hill i4u ,l, Kiucuid and ids facotious remarks when governor lot tlio dynuino. Wlien wne Cum in m turd l.rv. I. it ari Mil lh. salaried moiterate and M'rvad lanre Caadiet, Crats lie,tt t .til, Illle ' Judpe Ilansfoid introihiced him and Col. found it hiw a simle tiling jint nn ", AH kind, of Hrodure lalan in eathtn e hx gojdt. IIH ' J coil of wire placed on the drnaiiio, ins; econemy. . 1'hoiuas L. Jones to a Crab Orchanl hii- l ,. v r Pontorhte, l.iiiMua, Kt Kt Th.pu.! purity, iirve' t.r Judpe ll.g- this cod Uing made of much target wire "rZ07JTti .Bucklcn's Arnica Salve than is iiwd on the horM!ke limgnet. litmiwith t'lemnit tudr of Ijw lett. ahort pins varxl hero the sieakeis held forth Anry, ecd and Sale Siailt lie Mite in tue world tut tula, kruuea, It is not easy to explain the action of tho , . ..alum o'Kim'i in n ier sold only in "1S r .. ,. ,nere .nope . aalt rSeuat, firer ineiHia urn i hAKiv; how niRCo . that the unfortu extra coil of wire, but it receive the cur- I'iret, ulrart,thilblaina, curna tora.alllette. cUai- M ped erup 'Wi'lrrer Vevt York nate affair will not prove fatal to Taul- - rent and serves it as a governor serves tion ftaiHla,inuiiitreilt cure pile,aad no rMyreiiiir Jib or ana n cd It it guantnievd to vivo perfect Mtoir-j- i nor, bee's life nor to "Charley's repntntion throttlo on u stenm pipe of nn cngino. or money refunded I'm 5 tenia per hot JK f .HISS "Xi II Ill.li.lk- l?ft... tin...u. uifl... .1.... .. . Iff llll.n Ji vim J...... .. uicrpnvoii sarvipn hor .le by A K Penny, Man lord, Ky. nzmnpt n,i nil " I .. i.uuuuii. na.s - ..v.v. i '""'ii M for .superintendent of Public here Saturday, the guest of Dr. Samuel1 lH0 Mri(iti t Caodldate ". as it in called, provides It. XH?r-m-M Tho Now Dlscovory nn tiu n. hiect,onJut:,.tt. liaow : 1. S If every lamp but one of a 500 lump cir- J?a. Jnaii ,n,erviett w.th uf nuhae heard your friend aad nrifibort respondent he toke sHiifjuiuelv of the cuitbocut off at one stroke, that ono railing a mil ll Vnu mjty )orMlf le one of the Vt'ashingtdn, Phllaclciphm M. T? ,'S",Jiikliv .,ro peroal rtpetieiue juti lump bnrilS Oil. Ulinffecteil to nnv nmir.. P,T " If you have ever lri.il li Iiooin L'oini; on in Southeastorii Kentuekv ..i..t.i- how eood a ih.nf it i J "l'l" Bnltimoro, Now York, W. H.JACKSON & CO., PHO'RS. extent , , y.H. aie one if it. atauiKh Irie.uU, be auc the i is Caaiidaic 'ir t'ler' of ihc Court of AptMali, i .." Ml M.ndcrful thinij about it la, when okv given a "There is ailOthor fnnlnrnnf ll.i. ju and SmHhea.t I OSlniN, K uiiecttoth..ton Uf tS Dumcritic party. '"u,aeu",s lu U,W1K mai aiOOI 110111 tfl trial Dr kis' New l)l. every ever after bold, nl) uae liarhl out Ir m , . kiecttam .iiijiuet t&KJ ative tendency there is a substan-- ' ernor that makes it valuablo to n Good t.irnnult and wu.llr hor... alwayt lor hire If ytu kave nc.er ud it a plate la till kuu midon u the ntti.l coneen leratt Corretcled Tien Card ia tial solidity in it. The JmJhje informed ship whose coal space is limited. When and ahould be anl.tied with a touch, cold or any en reaaonabiethe Ian i. lent point oa railroad to reach place, ia tit, re a bottle tkrual, lung or R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. us that Col. 15. L. Kwell has been tip- tno of the Ma4e cut off the iowor of the mite and ive itcheat trouble,ft .ecuguaranteed at a the mountain v a fair trial, it .faatMail A.. w STAIIOXg J the consequent consutnH er Atime or monit refunded Trial hot. If free t rT pointed Supervisor of the Census in this ll'niU"0 H oaily K. I'enny'm. at Eapr.a..K DENTIST. San K MOUSE,! !. Staaford the ilth distiict, w liose mime the Wash- - '"" ol CT nro I10t uastetl " forcing the THK l mi f.rcti, nt OlXkeo Houe, J i resistance box. Tho ouitite I'onman painless mutim flisn.it........ tisi...l.,,tr,..iMi i l".1 th.roS power Tho First Sup, " l.aatagioa.. . it jt a 'a n ? am ii n la pea, .urti-iixidnp turk i.nt tfl en for ' , F.tll. RIUEY, Proprbitor, reduction in tho " WMKha.tor . . 7 oa pea used is almost in I cat, ,.,.-,l'rrhai vo.i are run down, tan wn.. r tan t.lcp pa. " ' otitractiuc K .ll.lar.bb. Proportion to tho load removed or tho anf.l....l , il. lil. ...ihi... In STANFORD. KB.VTL'CKV. - - - Kentucky.! " alt. l'. JwKMw ? K tMrhag ou tboald ails you and ou itondcr pm 't pa. io number of lamps cut off If COO lamps, the warnmic jou wtiat tnlins the hr.titepm.o hetd London, A Romance of the War. arc ncr tt pm il. pM tt KiU . ... ou a nerve tonic aad la lequiroCO lioiso ,,ower, tho ou pro.tratioh All the world loves a lover and evOiv Jr,nstance " A.blaad DR. W. rented) for 10 . pm r.lettm jou will find the have moved to ay new ItotelVand am raMler t pat Power required when 450 niniwworoctit reMorinx Hitler iierttut tiiiem ctact lit normal " Catlerttabarg. to pi.'' )our ever to woman enjoys reading a real t fun fiepwred thanattacked accoetr.iotlaie the public ' liaMingtaei . healthy tonditittfi hurpn.inf retulta Mfow (he 11 Of j.n aad etery lomeateacc H pen I.ve.lluatlatlo! . o am une mm ig Horiu mentioning culinina-- 1 means n saving of tho coal required for u.e 01 thia great N'erte Iobk aad Alterative Give ate a call. Atr Charfetiaa I ti am our appetite return fpiod dnetiktn It roturn) FRANK RIM'A. n CHftttn lorge t(nce S it'i id Mat., .crwt, in otli.e recently ted in Washington just a week or two tho 43 horso power dispensed with. and the liver anil iidHC) retnme neitnt action " l.tachbaig rrcated bJDr. I I llufTinan. SMMfonl. Ky Jrug I'tn t $ot. at A It Poiih il It am X"Q invention is not of tho sort to rrjalotile 'A'ZO. vwiy unck in tlie days when the' " t'rtarkxie.vilHi . nni ttore " WmWngton... . lo Yanks ami the Johnnies fought for pit- - nttract notoriety outside of iieoiile inter- " Uatiiaaur . .. . a t jhiiJ Dr. A. S. pn' Ladlos Hnvo Tried It. MT. VEItNON. KY. cedence in the Shenandoah Vallev, cstwl1 in. clwtrical plants, but to naval " PbrtaefelpaU. B i; .m A r.mnbur m nit lady riutoiner. N.w Yo.k. of cnoucli imnor- - "Mother Knend'' and would not be have tried o im' s! Kl.KON DFNIIsr without it U,atte5, about the time the gallant Sheridan too'k and Holelit (till maialain " RichMtwd. V. J .1 flltl . Thitold i i nm is wio omy oojection for many time, ill cwit they tttomHtend it to ' tJMPoia.Comlori T","-- . IWft u Win reel, oter W II MtUobertt' his famous ridP., then, lived ... wi.,..i... -J JiLnLlIISC (1, Villi , .. In , , all who are to becomr mothert. R A. Iaye, inc itt Aac reputation. Chirset reaMMtaale. Spe...vvotil rj rr shipboard." - D'u i sure, "stanfonl ' O Now druJiil, Greenville, Ala Write llradheid Rg cial altenliou lo the traveling publit av via ter town a hospitable family of good, roy- - York Sun. Co . Atlanta, ('.a . for particular, lly nil dru-.tl ! NKWCOMII. Prep, Traia. leaviag Letiagioa t i. .. al itucm lve ii.u ..n..n t e1t. .. hi nl gil A It. l'en.i),siunford, Ky. I. rtIwlr- li iiituieui Vyiiapman. mi ine Ml Ver.x.n, Ky, Sj it Salil to Ho 180 Yearn Olil. n.i Chapman house during tho season of rf.MinvHeja " r im tn ike K C K When you need a mildlatative you ahould have l Tho oldest man in tlio world is n citi' a Hiedkiae that will act on the liver and t.i.)ney cfiinpamttve peace entertained the boys zen of Bogota, in d me iifficc to mt re.idence, oppo tkatcri-ntthe republic of San a. well a the buttel. Ilect;' VecetHble I iter heie I will In1 found at all from both sides of the divided hotn e Ken. lie t, i.ciir, rillaare prepared epretl lor Ihw prpote Salvador. ... n itv 1. h at they have ho . i:.:h ,..,.1 Among those who were received ouu Ki.bmond, , ami all n,.i. .. This new Methuselah declares that ho few on settuiK theiu I'cnii), Urugsiat. tuperior and R equals laliont r 180 years old, nnd it would a (li"iRcroiisly sick boy, a 'f caretl for rite, l.etm at u iu mi, i, j i.l. natept Sm I bceui he WAL.LAC25 E. VARNON. yankee, and so dat SlABfnaJ ., ,. . ,n ..... Mrs. Caladonia, wife of V. O. Chen- "ilUer3 """self, for his nmV!ilwirM r,"1" it m'ni chanced that the uiai- Actommodation : ir,.m mi,. .i..n nn, ... i j ho. rlli Avenue, 7 j ; ..w. . - (, . Attorney at Law, den landlady took upon herself the en- - mo uasunuico mat no n older tlian ha aulU died last week ill Madison. iiniiaM,), kv an i oi.rtoon .nicrniriti t the K -- , - . da.ir, ., Kentuc1.:. tire weight of the nursing. Though the tn ta lid iu ' ,... Stanford, , ... rT t Do not Sutter nny Longer lie ure tlrkett read reaJ ..a .V. . A MckKAlfc,,- -. ,oro ,,!, ,.d Know mg that a tough can be cheiked ia a da n rn tTTinriTX TiYTtirt Wirt jratt' e n a'l the toiiri of till- - and adioin. wttttc. I ur lime ard. litlc and full infor, ,t U.JUUSUI. ITlllaiaS. m a OlikfiXUniJ some Juh.i Chapman was even then be Dr. Louis llorn.in.lor. i.r n.. f .i aad the firtt itage of eomumption hioktn IK eountie m i" the mnrit of appeal i rr.ir r tall lOff.eevor Mc Roberta & Stass'i dni store week, we berij guarantee l)r Atler'a KHgli.h yond the early bloom of girlhood, the est planters in tho localitv. who as a All a Cuth Remedy, and will refund the none) lo all pleatedpert m. wi.h.ni; uae plea.ant life and well S A l:RoMi.Vk,"'RSKV.'l'a,A""" wile let thcra Talent rlour mailt al who buy, take it a per diretlkwa. flid do aol find uui story was repeateti and the invalid Know sons as a centcnariun. I I Ml KPM our aialcwent corrett. I'or S.le by A K. Pen- Stnnfurd Roller Mill. Lali fur it at your ctaf.cnl I'., Thoy have found in the year 1712 his ny, PlugRiat. fell madly in love with his charming hand, urge eery, aad if they have not got It R1U J : IDS in V P. l.etm, .., them to keen it. or let aa order from them aad nurse. signature among thoe of iersons w ho get it at the .Mill indl will guarantee a plea.aal Boat People lint the wooing did not go siiioothb, cuiunuuieu io tlie building of a Fran- Cimlirm ourOur Very whenweaay thai Ur Atk- aadinlerettiNg lamily ..aleweni V N 1I)1TS, Siipenniendtnt I ciscan convent which exhUs near San for the hly, sensible as well as compe er'a 1 nglUh Reined r 1. in every way lopeiM I, Sebeotian. tent, (nought him out of the dangerous ny audalt itthtr preparalinna for the thruat and , . Tfi is 1:1... " A" ,""i:"u,c,u'. i w ng lurrfj. In at onte e offer you it ut hni fever, but she uave the. M.ii. ,.r. f.,r.l., ,.,! "ie .mo wiiueiiesaot snow, onve om anu relieve,whoopnigtiughandciiiup,a aanpleaatagrr "111,11.; (,UHM KOl'TJ.. "" tie free Raneabrr th.t re.nedr is aoM on po. encouragement, bhe soldier reported for his head like n turban, and I.U look is so Hue kuaraole, al A K Penny. TMCSHOflTESTAHO QUICKEST RCUTE uiiij, uie air grew black with smoke of. Keen that it madu a i... . - -, III! r. tn Hal . S ro The Flrat Symptoms. of Death. laaBBBlSl pression on the docto: "Willi1, tne lortunes of war soon separa E. H. BURNSIDE, Propriotor OBINTTtAL KHNTUOKY iaWfit a ted the pair, and the btruggle ended .red feeling, dull liea.lat he, pairA in variotu. Interrogated by tlio doctor, ha in p M re carta of the body, .inking: at the pit uf Ihc alum ilaVSXI defeat for the Nmth. Among the man v od complaisantly that his great age was ii lint ul appetite, Ituniinen, piinpiea iw .on r rrpuMton, i ' idence ..r .....AA.a.. b cod. No Jt'o Holl in Kent i r - d. t i all w t a IbbbKk g' an il. pri uri'i. rinint J Ih u southern women who were left depend- - ,r,n" it nu t be punni-riui.ter Ii' a a Ik ik li n in h t! be tn unta.ned UP f loatiidde th Ur Atker Rnclith I Hood were, he Chapman anvrUvhafe fBnaV 1 o out sMor linally secured si.ters. The hat never t tiled lo ngtove roluioua or typhilin del the jiosilion of faaaaWI! "I never out but onco a dnr ' " said ho. poi.oix' Sold Ubder poait.va guarantee nt A R, PAST LINE UETWEEN O P " Petin) . II... I.'l.l,!.! II . lie ha. recently a 'Je' to il. aFpointmiiiU .. Iinilt.lbill.linr w p mmiyJn t..u.imiiuiiw,niifff,i 111.... I ntsver uuo any nut tiiestroiigo.t - for 2.1 years she has served tho e LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI KdfViW That Torriblo Cough public, nnd mot nourishing foods. My meals xtml uu,t " 1,aIf 1,0r. for I believe it is imnos- - In I'll- mi riiinii, hurried or difficult breathing i? and her employer faithfully and well.1 SCHKPt KIN kTVki I M) rL n tmutmfi'j .;. ,. phlegm, tigh.nrta in lh i heat quicktwed ra .. The younger, Julia, and the heroine, ,jotoeat ,l,oro ' that time than the pu ir .tuilhne.t ih the wcnirg oraealM night AFirst-Clas- s v.. . e, Livory Stable the Cn" .i'smt '" leuty-fouhouw. I til o. any of iheae thing, a.eKngnahflr.t atagea o To remained at home until six years ago,1 Cough Heme accommoda'e the dei.aml if tut mcrenied cnnt.impiMin. Ur. Atkei'. ' f San. Daily ilx t tin will . uie iheae foarfnl ymuim, and it .old tran.ient patronage. uhen .he joinetl her si.ter at the hotel uruoatt furui.hed Lee C.rtci' aatj j io mm S J0,, 1' . J by A R. Penny Commercial ravalert andotl.ert under n poaitivc ,1 !. t it 8 ' I n p in J 4K j m p directo, Druggut. gy p, andsupplemented her work Lt Palm- ml.. ..I 4. . p tn 17 p m "1 .viv (if kltl'llllll mil turn Mi ii .,.,.-,-,, . n . . r. ffBBaeauBaaKfJ ih Arr Pari 10 n, iuou utcomo com before I touch it. .1. aa m,io at 1. tu 5 i" P m Dr Acker's English Pills Arr I.ivia, m. O J( p hi 0 ii i uu wnere was tne boiuier lovei? It is to the things that 1 attribute me Are at.itc. erf at live and pure For aick u as a m and Lve Pari. t 'Ihianotue forewarnt hunter., jr This is the romance of it. Though duty Sieat ng?." Union Liberalo of Quebec. di rdered ttamaLh, lot if appetite, bad other, not to trrtp.t 'in our Ian - fitheimirt. tier Arr W'lathr ir J. at P w 6 .u p ri without ESaaaaaaaaaHtaaHU ompleaion and b.hou.ne.., they have never been liuuiou,' Arr Ituhrannd iu p m 7 3f I' in at nil auth will be iri.i.'itrd to the ami her refusal had separated them, it equaled cither in Aaterita or jb.oad. Fur aalc by 7T! . Arr l.aaca.ler w extent of the law binned ii p m A R Penny, I)ru);git Arr Stanford. did not weaken the soldier's love. He to p ,"" " "'."" VUr'" (JKO D HDPl'LR. T.J III LI.. sevo.nf Lve Rtchraoac p in M IIAUOIIMAN, latBBaaaaaHJ a m wrote, o her fre,,uently and fervent,, "I'nclo Hob" Murphy, aged 7ft. died J..M McROIIl'HTS.IR. J.Hv IIRUCK Arr lterea OJ ROIII ilcA LISTER, ItaaaaaaaaaaaaWS m P ......B..i, ttiiHUBuiiootiuraie, was toucli- Arr l.iviusioo . s S 11. IIAUOIIMAN. S. 11 SHANKS. P in at Somorsot from the oilectsof n fall. en LumumumuLumumuKi iiato bceoinohuch a popular show place MRS IIK.NRV llAlT.HMAN. A .M TFLAND ed by his faithfulness and continued to there having been about 18,000 visitors W. HOLMES, JOHN No E.T PItNCK, Northrlleuntl. Vo. itntiiinnl toughing P C. PARHISII. IIAVURN, read and respond to his letters. The war theio .luring tlio last year. Considering torta tilting near you in It tery annoying to per A to . .m kind of a Kalheriiig. I) Ur P W I.OUAN. V. MOI.MKS besidut, ititoi great damage to the throat and PMILIIERT RICH ended, tlie boldier remained in the ser- - ' ,nat 'don is within a short walk of so lung, l.vc Livingtton a ou a aVaBBaaaaaPaaaaaaaB Rlt J JOSH ADAMS I.vc llerea and daiigernut il tlua .uaton aBa.BBaBaBaVaBflrHaBA fl MrKlNNKV. to a; a m a ? rV vice. He had nothing to bring him back. ,c,ltnU a ' a Cliestor, and is so easily l uicyear etrectlingly hoitlc of Itegj' Cherry B. V SASITORH GAINES Una. halt a bi IRWIN, tri JOHN O. LYNN, Arr Richmond.. ;,cro"s,1)l ?ro" Liverpool and Manchos'- - tCough Syrup will tenet e my ordinary cough, and Mrs ALICF. ll'CKKR The years rolled on until M had been l. Stanford . 7 uo a tn JOS. IIA I.LOU. l.i rwnedj tottt to more than the inferior grados l.vc I.aataner 1 45 a in .,ow th.. t are tlirnwn on the markets lo tell at vaormou a, 6lill n ti-;,i?rs- v know what tho most recent electrical inven-hav- e tions the most interesting to naval moil, that is" said n n.iml nnimr im other day, "yoiMrill find it in tho dyna- mo Kurnor. Tho ordinary run of peo-' nle did , not tli.nL- - ..lu.i.t n,:a i1"11"! ..r , "' .:. iu-umons worKBdown town in Now York burned out becnuso tho load on the dynamos was siiddnnlr lightened and tho whole owor of the machines was turned loom? on tho lamps that remained, there wns not n naMil ntlicer hut stopped to think what would Implicit on war ship should such an accident occur there. Under the ordinary method of controlling electrical system's tho engineer has to btaud by to mnnipu-latwhat is calletl u resistance Ik w r id en. M.... I.. the load at tlin increased or diminished b adding too'r cutting off the numherof lain. If this box is attended to itutautlv mutters aro a11 riK't.K"t ,n n xuir fi,l,l of bnttlo it is-- y" wmit to interesting of tho T ln C"" r Accident. "tl "'w r u.e ..w 11 e hen-ove- Milliard the iu HUSTONVILLE. KY Itittk llrancU pite, npto.ittliter The constitution of tho union, a are almit ui ncrf. In wlu.ji IrtoiJJ rhunl balanre Are I, n .1 ... Mini rt. ,i.a ...... tl lfl . u, ,c u , ,t( any oi me special written jrnmt of powers, limited of feur mrm wen ri in innotrt) l.ood dwelling tlimu in tl . I u, I. .tannifl in r havt a full room and litrhrn and a pleiKJtd new tliKk of ,.e in.1 Caalt-l- t nt all kin.K .,ul Kobe. hani. It well watered and fen. el I'oatfulon ran otereiy!eiripti..n and dellnite. Our he.tr,., which i nearly t Iihi immerfiatelt. For (. Thecixil powei piiminouut to the Bailey, Stanford, or write i.artitulart. are I. Iat av can bt obtained n !ahon nonce Mr J ihc nndertineil meeninunirRful, ir usmei and will liov K HnilKM.s v.nvinn.11, t.niu military power. nir aaotla to any one needing .BthinK in nar 6(0 7. The representative to obey the instructions of his constituent. S. O. DAVIS, 8 Flections free and suffnj(0 univer-.- traliatiou. . & WA'ITS, Here's the way Thomas Jefferson, the! ROW LAND, KN . founder of democracy, defined it: j 1. l no people, the onlysourte of legitia firt Jltn attaihiMl to their amiljr (.roi pr ,..t. ....... Keliiumnt. which Kl'll.e .1.1.1.I..M mate power. thing usually kept in that tutiri I rmli J. The absolute and lnstiiiir seveniuce and Candmor all kintts onuiantly ontrih Ah hand limit of Counlrj l'rodute lalen in hangc for oi chuich and State. gomi U h C VKHII It. CI.tI loim :'.. The freedom, sovereignty and inde P'mih'nce of the respect ivostatOH. I. The union; a confederacy, a compact; neither n consolidation nor a cen. ,,. due to in v lriH 01 annul I., a. r.. ..It. I ! Whal is Democracy? ' j CARJUER Farm For Sale. l. . FHfQmHHHuT 2 T j. j T. I T. C STJ-ITOI- ummii rf .. & CO., , Illllot nollll - OI OH .. ...-- . ..,... M For Sale. 11 I FIRST 5 JACK, ro-uillo- n - V t" po-ai- f. ," en-cJ dta-naeio- J. ll S'er rt or. ec. sziLTonsr e, POWI , """ ."" inm-ce.- ibl Attctifin. j I Absolutely Pur t o.v-t- m t I kt; ( ! I Ji .l I I "UlJn'ui."!.: - . . 1? V i KATE BOGiE i in- - ., "uih . -- I k-- M 1 1 m Eoiite ! , -- rLj,&ZA'U . I - .., :.,..,. I SSiZ2S 1 ... r I - j bliiro n ttt I . RILEY , i v I 4 " WW1 7 R PEMY, ai-e- I Dentist. 1 PRICE, NEWCOMB wcfl-kno- HOTEL. .1 s I f,S ."to " . V - BiSMOVBD! o -- I e a """ .:. 1 In-- WOOD WALLACE, i ... .... V Men's Outfitter iHSr-fE'-' ','","' ..... -- j, U,ZZ?ZZi ZErZ "" Louisville, A Kentuekv. ."J"" , ''!"i" . . - ( i - fCentucky Central R.R cl.-l- i, THE MYERS HOUSE k dinrii,io ai.nr. O- 1 I po-in- 1 1 el-- 1 " "'"" i d I H- -, - 1 u" - Pool Ililliax'd Parlors I'c-1 ' I t,a' j r. yJTU W J? iS'l ?, .... Alty ? . 1 -- South-Houn- I Ce.ei-.fioa- 1 i POST33D. - 4 hcad-tli- e, . full-ea- t rvx orSjaSS I V i I 111 ,,,,,. , WM. ADAMS & SON, . Z.KX1NGTON, Ktnw, - KY. wi f?ADFIELD'S fcu. ,. an army olficer sud.lenly -g rdlenteti. ho will ever know wh v. i.r be able to undei stand i woman's nrgu- meni in sucli a cae .' Tho excuses she gave him-fo- r delay, tho uxciism she made to heiself for her linal weakness, no ono may conjecture, lint whatever ' (arm of mcouclllaUun or co.m,roU,i, i8 Mi .i ,ilt I i ...jss-iri- : I , 4 . . promt A It Penny, Urumiat yijftciFic ',c ".,utrti PFPIIIATnD tit I MENSTRUATION.Sf' ... GRf kT i days more and Miks Clinpinnn'r, the three or four weeks of circoffiiendsandacmiaintniicer, during which the duke and everv winter DRUNKENNESS -- THE LIQUOK HAD ,Ieh . VI n ilUTfllllwligKl uttil iaiii.t..I all tho World thoro la but ono " the owner and 1, is IT-- In ert' :irK that , o m. ,: Y...7"o7" Halnoii Specific. ;;. I'fujfit- " ,nV )...ll,... r.;w " ri'i v ;v, .. "' ,r .wnii uio nousoVV ,l",1' ..nicniid the rest of It oure. Or. en in a tup Golden tolTce without ol tea or . tun lie git , is practical the knowledge of theper.on taking it, effecting a .. dens linto r.Mir. ...arnnge as .. failn.e must an SmZL, , !',0i" cure, liitl. If yon or any of your family thoulil happen to he resigned in the furnished, with a ate chapel fiUhllull) burned or tialdcd, what hat you in West, ami ininietliately after a hati.Uoiiu. ""d splendid smbiea; but it lias alleviate the pain the houae the du- - pliytu urn F to A box of lleuija uniil )ou can get a Uerman Saltt-a- t iii.in. ff soldierly bearing, with silvered fcct of bei"K " great deal too tine and band in tuna like tout would ute a world ot .uf hill, aa it bat n. r ii.ur but youthfully-beaminface, reach- - ,arS or habitation, and it has really be-i- d feting and oftentimes a equal in tatu. of thi. kind, UnsliiiiBlon. 'como simply u ii.iw.im, for. excei.t in of all kind. A R Penny, aa well aa inrjaininut.nn !ruge,i.i V few -din-to- nEZZZSSScZSx superb' pri, llw. Iliown Washington, the negro who uc mi im. ' "' ei...j, in mo -- . at Athens, Ga., that he v.iiUMC'1 conicf-te. .. mnrmary anil to ilm fim sonor a little girl ami then cut ht!r tluoat muspum. 'liie Iiall at lliton is tho third when she cried, was taken from the jail which has been there dining tlio present and hung to a telegraph pole. As his century, and it is estimated that tlie tin- - agonies of present duke and his father have u.peiul- - body was writhing in death it was tilled full of bullet holes by -- S ."". " "V" " """ "" '" l'1"the exasperated crowd. out-niged R. B. GEOGEGHAN. SUCCESSOR TO M'MICHAEL, 611 THE HATTER, Arr GaviBEton. Arr Cincinnati Arr Pan .. .. Lve Lexiugtun I.ve Paria . . I.ve Falmouth. . Air Arr Kichmond.. Lie Richmond. Wini 10 better in in in in rn in in p in 5 4 i jo p in 00 a 10 p a txi p 40 p 1 oj p jo p p t 0 lo a in 7 K a ... 7 4 am, a in 3 45 P in a in 4 ji p 111 9 13 am p IB o jj a mi 10 p m " 45 a m1 6 18 n m ioo 4TH AVENUE, - LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. & The Nobbiest Most Stylish StocL ol aVrtie', ,& P Jaily except Sunday. r .. Vo .. 1.. ,.. ,.7e : 1 ' " "' ''e ira.n. are -- H A T S9 Ever brought to the city ol Leiii.villu, including the world-ruiiuwn- ;' .rn ,.it ,,,. and - now open i..nnu. - ..j "rr lornol.',." ,h."?kN VT$"ilr1 ' nunuae j w. No rain Notes at,f. ton and rincimiati. Ao rima da i.ncinniit. and m... k -I 'f..'" .SOOa, ""! - x..nti r... """ mak, W,h" r r to -- ' etu,0 ' KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S.HATS SFADFJF18 jspok RFGUlMTNtro r o Be tufilrtn jnpM'jwuoFjta MTHNTtrA , s, and l.owexer skeptical ouf couhl not but coiiL'nitiilnf.. Mr ami Mrs. John Tonuiclifle,j and bono that ttie Happiness BO long denied lliay all Lo nudge tlie succeRs of some Eaton is not n pretty place, and 'con. nover be made one. -L- ondon Truth 1. crowded into tho remaining vearsofmarlwI C.itic. iift..-Washi- ngton ... L..l. C ijjvi.i .ivii.iiiiti.i. remove an nar.l. tort iuiiu Tiailouciriurapor blcuiuheaframhor. .Save 5 llYlKy 1w"an,1, ,hJbv bo,1 --- A" w..nderful bl cmitli cure "" K"",'- - drujifitl, ,,? Com,ectM"' And alio my own importation of Kngliah Hat. pollila North. Ea.t jml tpctd) and permanent whttlitr the patient lhroiightitkeuand baMagc checked I and Capa An elegant line ut Canet and I.yon't a moderate drinker or an niroholic wretk it de.littationreattie.ll.varriTriTl 'laouKiiida of d'unknrd. hate beon i ured who Celvbrftte.1 Umbrtllas nlwayi on hand. Kin lute taken thclioldcn Specific in their coffee without their knowledge, nnd believe they SEAL SKIN SACQUES, Patf Ac,., CAPS, quit drinking of thrir own frco will. No hurinfu-elleJ.exinSton,jJv. p.,,, tetultt Irotn its admiuuiratian Curea guar- Glovef and other W. L. MUNMIN. in,; rw ... " Fur, a tpecialty Orders anteed Seurlfer circular and full paitic.ilirt Ad- city solicited, perfect tutitfactior L'uaran- ure.s .ii to.i.iuv.H-- tr'.. ik ol.tlrl. Io., I teed. Hacetreet Cincinnati, O ,, . 'SEIUI OKlfCKs -Don't tail to order a NOHIIV HAT i; y ,-r ct out-Idec Stnilon Cincinnati, '"'.' l "V ' V?,, w' it 1 uu'"rer"u""""" a 'w-.n- e.t. .,,, o .I jv-C- l m ,rl -- , --