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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890030701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 7. 1890. NO. 2 HU3T0VILLE. CHURCH AFFAIRS. The Beauties nnd Wonders of California. snows right often in the mountains 0 or 8 miles dist.v.it, l.ut the beautiful was' reuesUd7hc Seventh Day L'.VI. . I'Vl' A number of our young people will At the I'AtMliKN., I wiih each of your never known to tend, this point moie A(lvontist, it petition bearing avt.OOO witness the performance of Rip Van iii.vu Imi.miou thiin once or tu.ee, and then it didn't ,,rtIIluH) protesting against the passage of Winkle nt Stanford, this, Friday evelea.lcis could take n drive thioiigh Or Miel; ... s.,.,-,.,..- . Heavy snows have again fallen in ...... ,,: ... observance. ning. ange lirnve Avenue iiihI enjoy tin Imiui northeastern portion of the State, ,.... Tt.H..nU,t nnn..r., i won't lit- Mr. J. M. Cook bears the distinction let of that lovely street the cold we experience ' Mi.i.- -e ,,eVj j, u Snv,lK0 continues hit) of being the healthiest citi.en in thete tempt a description, but just ,.iiy that mr u- - Wai-ton- . tll,rt' meeting at the Methodist church, which parts. He is nearly three-scorand has a distance of two mileH on each side, """' "ul" besides a general awakening of the mem-- 1 never been sick a day in his life. coxiest homes, the ihev woulil see the Some Breezy Horse Chat. horship, has rcHtilteil in n number of It is n subject of general reeret that nicest orange and lemon groves, Jho pret1' the Kdltor of the Interior Journal. v m I. . . w 11.... confessions. The services will last over Mr. anil Mrs. I). Spilly Carpenter are lloweiH, tho rarest plant-- ) and the tiest HIWI I MIK, A1lltllM, .imrcii 1W-densoon to leave us They are splendid citSunday at least. When "Pat Maloy" sang of America bent kept Ihwiis thoy eer beheld. Father Fcron, a Catholic priest, died izens, excellent hotel keepers and will be was always intended to be a 'The sun hhim-- s alwuvs there." he had . i .i i.i o rnnaueipnia, wnue nu wan tin- - greatly linseed. town. The lots iiic wide and mt vMte.l Nashville then. The city Messrs. Owsley A Craig, late of your lie huh an deep, iill'ording plenty of room for fruit t(III W,H OI,v OJf citlfitj iiI the famous iter arrest lorurmikciinuH.s. shade trees, shrubboiy ami Mowers. wj,j (,,,,. plumb tree, ami of too small unusually bright man, but inorpbine city, are working up a splendid trade and Although it extends over sevcml wpiare n,p0it.meo for l'at'n investigation. Feb- - and liquor got the best of hiui as they do here. They have succeeded beyond all expectations ho far and business is miles, its population is not moie ui'Mi ruary with streaming tears tied tin ap- of all who tamper with them. The Centennry Methodist church, (XX) ot daily. The busines portion proach of lion like March, and left the I0.1KW It looks; now like we may record a occupier, less than hall a donii square's. blooming Mowers and buds coaxed into Richmond, Va., caught llreb'unday while The Hcenery in and mound l'iiadona swelling, to freeze and shatter down on servicer) were in progress and u panic en- marriage or two in our next. Madam romnutie and pictiuesiiue. There me frosty earth like luiil stones. No May sued. .Men, women mid children rush- Rumor is doing lota of talking but we bexeveral mouiituiti ranges in sight, the about it now, with soft balmy zephyrs ed out pulluiell. Mauy ladies fainted, prefer to await a few development nearewt being the Siurni Matin, wnne oi i ,() t(rn fm,Cy' to and home were slightly bruised, but no fore any nnmes are given. yonK , The cold snap ami heavy tnow of the peaks of whicli are 7,000 feet high, thoughts ThuHnft .uph one was seriously injured. The Are deHaltly, of the Sun nernuriiiiio range, vis so like May, but a few day since, partment soon extinguished the llames. tho last fevr days have cut off the daily old Slickaway church in Mason county visits of our country friends the fannnboiil 10 miles distant, is plainly visible, an now laden with the icy breath of with its crertt always covered with snow. December, cold enough to chill the com was burned Monday. It was noted in ers, causing u slight lull in business mid that section as the place of w hat has news, which we trust will last for a few-The Devil's iate, just outside of the ing summer through deep and very miriow town limits, is a Due of the cold nights recently I tried been known as the "big bonnet show," days only. the Arrovo mi cxiierimeiit. You iiuiv lmichm if it held the third Monday in May each when tin wati-rso- f T. L. Carpenter is a fox hunter from tauvon. Seco rush uindly thro' the rooks, boiling wju ,e repeated Thinking to be more ' year. If the church is not rebuilt in away back. Three nights in a week he mid tttnuoiling like the wateis come ,.olllf(l.l(1i)iil, j tjwi cot u, ti,0 jiats time, the dear creatures will devise some enjoys a chase ami invariably bags his imagintt It is heie, i,,,,,,,,, flown at lodoro, fimhlon .so as to swing over1 other means and place to exhibit their game. His luck has hardlv been as good ' that the Water Company gctH it supply ti,Htctvt.( since "Kit" Gillispie'n departure but1 ma;iiig x good tiro climb bead gear as usual. and comlnjf out f the ' i ,,p,m, retired the enteipri-in- g The prospects for the early erection there are hopes that Rex Reid will now' for the tomi. ruts' o mid f.(It tltv ropo thia lieM the cot, ami ' Wyuiui, it mountain tlie of St. John's Cathedral, the great $25,-j.ur- prove a mascot for him. as one cotilil ak. true-blu- e full of that ool ami content, about the 000,000 structure that tho Kpiscopalians The democrats had The survey litis b"en made and a rail-- ; ,jIIM, tj,t.Htcivf got cold, was sulllelent to j f Nw York contemplate erecting under first of the week beroad will kiii Ih built to the summit of jriglittxl (lt. miH (wm nne kitehen at Ihshop Potter's direction are very bright. lieving the report that the lepublicans WiUon'ri Peak, in the Sierra Mmlre )wll cheerfully waive all rights of '''"hf phrna alone cost f:JT,000. They had put out a full ticket for county olli-ce- s ' which i 7,000 fwt liigli, w here an Wlvl )ru ouiption or otherwise, and in-- ' template the. use of the finest granite was true. It proved to be a mistake, , bservatoiy will tm hiiilt ami ainoei-opfi'h a" '" uovernineiil uuitu- - however, and they are now resting easgt tlwt all who an' troubled with nits turner than the one ill tilt UCk try it. "It will work wonders." iiim-l- i ingsat Wasliington. ier. It is hniil that the absence from town nlMervHtniv, on Ml. Hamilton, will b i lie cauiioKtit Mendt of 'Squire Kllis and Steve I) rye for n oi ine nciie ak i yi.arljlli!t,( , , n,M11H.r. is ont-- the Paint Lick, Kentucky. iiifumtfl. The view fmin tnt was tho cause of the false alarm. - o( t ira.l.the profHsfl wiH iU(, ,iH(lt,.U.rs of Lkl, mllckbiirii. 1 o the l.ditor .f the Interior Journal ) id to In grun.l The prohibitionist have about ca'in m..m n Paint 1,iik, Mar. .tli. 1 desire to in- - ed down after their defeat of several railnw.lis .........ir-- r. Itmmble. (iwitt itv'jiiuir, form the public tliat in my Mt. Tabor weeks since. It's a pity they didn't use ,ulli vf.iii.,Mr. nw ti the ltW pretty sleep n w run ..,., It place. I oiler for sale the cheapest prop- - a little common sense and at once yield without cots or cMble. Distune from .,:, in.,imill,i llllir(M ...i.ipi, u.,ii, f.H.ihillstotopof the Pek Is 12 mile- -, ' flw lr, .,lllIlwl Ht(,ions will also be' ty in Kentucky. Saitl property is a to the inevitable. The question of i and from Pasadena abmit 17 or Is. old. Iroquois, the horse that won the half acre "corner lot" located on Iuicas- whether license can he obtained or not ..,.. Henry Olatterson '' e I a , icsi-denti- i I Ji"i i- 1 t,. I tl, jt 'lu Th.e Distingmsh.o& Editor OF THE COURIER-JOURNA- L, con-tang- e, Will Deliver His Noted Lecture, Pt ''o few-day- s MONEY AND MORALS, AT .nrceiu.oi -- pui0 lT(.rl- I ,.' Walton's Opera House, SATURDAY XIGHT ' turnpike one mile is now being discussed. The prohibi some other portloiw of the rmlv flU'd j.OIIIIJ, . win likiv tionists argue that the town is dry while ' The site is one of the highest mid the antis of course take the other bide. Mate Nearly nil of them make n living ' triiiK tlio liighest"rlce. He was bought bv washing n few by niisinu resemble. ,)V iJe1 (jm.k9on on j, .turii from Kn-- ' prettiest in Uarrard county and coin-I- t It is needless to remark that a test will ffi, in extent be made ere many more as natural for a CIiIiimiiiiiii to seems ao.ooo mi.l it is thought tlat """' " viev of iu:mv milt-spring Admission, 50 Cents. Dont miss the rare treat of seeing and hearframe days shall have waxed and waned ,, ttU ,jrim: OV(1, tw.i(. tlml )limmnl nt The building is a now run a laundry as it is for a Jew to . ilothing. but he makes money at wnai- - . j Jn L. M. Reid, of Junction City, mid', ing the most distinguished editor in America. deuionstrnted ,is mid situated midway between WiUnutta follow Those who The Rex Reid, ot .Somerset, have been visit-- 1 ev.r he is () CliyilBll College and Mt. Tabor church. mvh HlJ.tv with n thu lower and JM-- : grtrdening u lower story is a store-rooail,i 0tu.ni tlm have on. Ltiku ing friends here. Shack Huffman is', irrigation is not necessary, ,mrn wi H,w front and the upper story contains confined to his room with the grip. Mrs. where (itn n mmA snn . ,,, , ,,, veg.mbles. fresh oveiy , . an-five rooms, dining room, kitchen, family America Ilailey, Mrs. J. M. Cook and J. will furni-tlim.i1I1-- r it , , .... tl... 1. r.....l. room anil two bedrooms, nicely arranged II. Cook are all improving. Miss Lizzie iiK.rntng. at such low prices Is i.. (.,.n. ' The front of the Twidwell has returned,' from Danville. doesn't pay even those who have garden tllhIlI,,1I1IS1, Soma of ihu voniii! tot housekeeing. will tell Desiring to I'm told that what- upoUi to raie them. Co., Kv . building has a tkfoot covered verandah, Mr. and Mrs. J. IJ. Adams have returned privately my ijutt the Hotel busmos M h i.it.0! Hutel in lliittonville, Lincoln coun 1H " ,,u nlrovo their small ex and soon that county would take a high-- above snape Man ever thev mako "10"'. ' l"e ruar to their home at Longview, Ala. Mrs. ly. It is roomy and in pl.iie for hjI uliwl lor carnages, iVf, ..noes, they send luiek to China, and erninkas ine onus G. H. Cooper, of Stauford, has been vis- pood room a for bar It i will be aline Gntincts, no looRer prohibi ton. good hordes than the county nlenil:ill) and gables are furnished with novelty iting her parents here. Geoige Wash is There a lirije and location n built Llvtrv Stamany of their neousjvarius thoy haveship-pe- it has vet held. pood for lit cry ble ittticlied ami the They dropfcidings and fancy cutshingley. In playine havoc with rabbits and other business. All outbuildings includms thod, cribs fnim their native country. Sheridan has engaged to do the skirt-- ' breeding department in good repair. Anyone . . , , .. .. . m.vi.r atur uiiu inir uonro iu fact it is iv real liamlsome, substantial game, on Rolling Fork. W. R. Williams and i t iifv it urn mill !it i riiHirL ui.lung to locate in a Rood place todo buninen iHiiiiiiiiHnnii the , , ... , . , , , retwon-llld well to call in the next jo days Am ie ,.., ;., and convenient building and combines is holding down his stole during his abm.Ti. an soil; nnd for these .. ..... ........ .....V to sr and someone will set a bargain INTERIOR JOURNAL OFFICE help to Diih and Utoiiiu. It is Irawlhick rather than GooA blacksmith shop on premUcb and the bet that the trot- - Until a husliiess House ami u nome ami is sence. stand in town. of the best localities in the county Is fully equipped to serve ymi diirinp the 1). S CARI'ENI HU. lountrv. Hiihtonville is gieatly excited over tinir track here, which is hist inside of lone Call on or address season with either cards, bills, adver-- t Hustonville. K. Mthotigh the prices foi the lor a store. I'rice 51,000. the diicovorv of silver. Some half a con- - r S Will leo.ll all or a part of mv lit cry sements or otherwise Our price-- are reasonathe nice track, iniy lie thrown into the ble and our worls has alwavs stolen for itself are higiier thmi Terms, part cash, balance in 0110 and turv neo small iNirtieles weru found and ' "in iiid hore at the nice truck in tin near future, which could C W ALTON llumes Manager I used U) sell the (Wiiio snide of fruit in I will sell at public suction on small expeus ' two yenrs at per cent. A rare chmico it is said that had it not been for the bo done with comparative onh-ardMtan foid. they may be had t tha sudden dentil of the prime movei in the by widening on the westend just beyond for a Iwrgsin. Quick is tho wonl, as Friday, March 1890, Where I'm boanl-nifor the afckin. i. )..,i.1 nf tli xin.ieli tliHii. ihu trofk- am telling oir all my property except my further investigation of it a mine would . m.v wv tu;k, crnsKttn of 7 heiid 01 Hordes, 3 as to take rnargf 01 my no- - have been oponwl. The recently found A lut lflood styled 9 W i--rt trees are loaded, mid I'm m the UTi?.w V, only to Unteville. spring, wmild be nice, iuoo I fatmlt buries "The Katydid," at Middlesboro, or(i, j3 pronouncetl by an expert as very one oU horse by Welchmonl, nne Jita to help myself whenever I feel in- which is now thewident track in Ameri-i'- i uod brood inart-s- , I. lined. I'm not inuph fond of them tho'; iv, mid shonl 1 Col. Clark do likewise which is under contnict to bo completed n,1P( an,nt now looks as if the West Knd liorseiolt by amr, 1 oJ H'lSh'e' I nvt ana ? Oulfit, including ' K IIj.ik s, Spring A i as nets'; H.n wmild inueh rather have a good apple or with bin track that would In? the bet by May Ut. Address until April 1st, wm ,ne advnntiigos other than clever r ; g.iod Mill Cn and a five shoals am 1). (.5. Suvuhiitkh, are high and acurce. and safest track on the globe. I would! j in, ImiUi of which eol' and pretty girls to be proud of J Household tmd S Ki'' hen Furniture Hiistoiiti 1' I) CAUI'r V Kit, I aim i.lCh, iv . Nit iiiauvHppleMani nnel in California tbf. Ijiiiisville track take thu Wliat s the uiHtli-- witn giving liuMon MllEi mm tho greater wrtion Imvo to n Jiij- rank itahoiild bold, for more than to all Xot. The ground on which this vine some notoriety in the sliane ot a . exactly boom now? Her name eouplvtl along flrxf 9iSES pid from the Kant. others is duo Col. Clark, thu Sako of the hou.-i- stniuls would he woith QC A PQ rTj3nnrsPni'lQ WJff1. zf'ir.K U UutljjUlUUCI Iiavel on the SnU Fe is very kovv Turf, whose guiding spirit Sflsfl the $W,lW0 at Aliddletjlwr. The site alone Middleaboro. Harriman, et al, wouldn't ULlUyO i lft sound bad, nor would "$280 a (tout fool" pfiinvr tmina U full.iiert prtrnlvsed swrt ami imbued fuh impo-tou- i fm "'The Katvoid" cot $20,000. (J. S. A I). P' t M.'t, i .ilrir o rl.irsttitli daily and nearly ev ry one a go against the grain ..(.. fcolitmy soul in into the interests far and widA mid many people slop oil' here ami load it to popularity ' unknown before. gnat AiioUtimk7i'Silodwl on a fnight Twenty mi'eOie hcru t t spend sevend days driving arouml town, The people of Louisville could learn a train near Mansfield, O., killing " men suppose, as not llikfklM Hllll mostly for pleasure, f.l I.......... .f ll.rk V11.3L cars. mu h real estate is changing bauds just a profitable one. if they would bend their and burning up IS , , iiw n .i:iiiii iMiiiiini ii iciiiiiii ,.r i...: Huston and the .1 le.w. KxcursioiiH from puutein.--i ui "" Making direct cocnections in Central Unlou deillrfy to iirfiiiimo ui" x. v;.,.l.,,. had Capital to Build Houses to Rent pot for :.. hand died at itow Haven, Ltinn., Northern Suites nrrive in Southern Cull tmck and end Col. Clark a KStJV of being tho only ..erinaneiit intetttnent for a fw year, tt th Chicago, Michigan I'eints, St I ouis, forniii every fow days. I often go to the in his lone tight against the odds he so the distinction in this oIIilc Iliiffalt, Cleveland. in the United tin pie eiurilv. Iniulre al lHtroit, to sue ii I can find any one. know, stubbornly faces. Tuey should do it for Democratic Governor trains the West, liullan New England, States. He served in the United States, Canada, Hnvu but have not yet been Miccwiful. of their city. Uutsidu of the was once spoken of ns n canSAL-E- ! not looked ujvon the countenance of an public spirited generosity it would prove Senate, and left Richmond. to their financial advantage by enhanc- didate for winco old iiequaintmice Ilaltimore, - - Plulad Iphit, Washington, William II. Pope, paying teller of K Iist Saturday I took a little excursion , ing the value of their real estate. How the Louisville City National Hank', has1 Lot on Main Sfcre-e- t in Stanford IIQG& POULTRY REMEDY Oiuckest time 'o llarradsburg, Slurieti nd VIKG1KIA. kichmond, Pasatlo-mioften do you hoar turfmen say "I want Quickest line to to Kedondo, about :M) miles from I lu acres Containini: tied, taking with him ?00,(K)0 of the1 on tho beach. It being a legal holi- Col. Clark in the stand when I run jle is thought to have bank's funds, 51 Acres of Land, day, a big crowd availed themselves of they don't pull tho wool over his eyes." gone to Canada. Women nud wine as In a contest between disease, which destrss and this remedy, which assists nature to build up, rate and nine cars wero not And it is4rue that Mime mem?) are afraid On Crab Orchard pike. the reduced cause of Ins dawn usual are given as tho Solid I'rntns, bajrgaci cars, smoking cars and sullicientto seat all the people. The to race on his track. Proctor Knott, fall, though ho lived a moral and up-- . Columbus Bugtjy, nearly now, mid co icbes. Pullman Uoudolr blet peri through with Ifirnultfihain, Merid- CI 1.1IB1CX .... geneial world out ch.inire tia Cliatiaii.-ogaJJ. Spokane, Terra Cott.i ami several other Kedondo Land Co. is making mighty sovontl film rq9. Rockers. life so far as direct connections en route for Knox. iin I don't "cracks" will come together hero in one right ine to build us a town theie.but mwier the sactn ol iheho; is tori ticdaainit ville, Ashetille, Lyntnourganu poinia If the land is not old it will be for rent. For The the dittfise the in re certain isthi result know. or IJ. C Wal further information ai pit to W think it will ever bo much more than a race and neither of the three named win Blnomtiold-The .Martin family at T. K WALTON' ton, Stanford summer resort, for which it is right well it. More money can bo made here at Ind., seem to he hoeing a rough row of Prevents Disease, Arrests Dis-- ! suited. Considering that tho town is the spring meeting, with less capital than of stumps. The father was recently reease, Destroys Worms, Increas-- ' At ChattanooRii for Vilanta, Columbus, Wilninir I mostly on paper it would seem thutSU'OO at Middlesboro or Hig Stone (lap. Augusta, Macon, leased from an insane asylum, last week es tho Flesh, Hastens Matu ton, Charlestofi, Cil Thumasville andSavannah, FI.OKI-)MI.B.M-Klirunswick, I.akc OUrS, to ? MO for an average size lot is a little a sou was sent to the penitelitiary, two poinis. rity. After the Kilty Dnllars fir mforniia Reward Theonlylinv running solid train with choi more than they will bring. ... iM....!!!' ... .... 'nrnuLn, itl 1W...W. lirOIllUrH IU It I1UI13U Ul IUIIILC, i.iki I tt ill i ii coiivution of any unautnori'i.i per.ou l ... nt llir ... oi linn Pullman Itoudoir or Palace Slevpsni; Cars to Jaik iri'iiiiit .niiviin f'..l . tiiii.i sad experience of tho people in South'I Hit EVIDENCE school, ' sunvillo without change lor any class of KFAO Knox, was fatally shot by a desperado two daughters to a state reform oun" Cutting- Timber or Dam- ern California booms, they'll not likely Selnia and Montgomery. HuntYille, Dccutur, arrested dinjisc in mv lnrd by usim; your named Hill Smith, lender of tho Smith; while thu niotl.orand another sonant in ginu any Improvements r ewe tit and all mo wall sow and eat ns hoartly as Kloreticc, Meuipbisand AIlKANSAb jHMnu pay such exorbitant prices for her feud. He jail for engaging in a family brawl. A. 11. Waokks. Shortwit and quickest to Anniston Scling, Mofaction of tho It is surnrita. ever estate. L was hoping to take a surf bath, On the fallowing property: mine, Ky bile Direct conneclious aiada at NKW .v disrateh from Jellico says that attempted to arrest one of tho Smith ttitt.out omnibus transfer for lilvttn, but weather mid water were entirely too partv. Their leader objected auti open- - mnV8 has just reacuou meru oi iu i.iu- - IheUrui. at ,Hiijliland known as W A Cash's, Hoc in . .. 1.. . ...... ... .. .la IB' ii':i.um Ml It-iccoa mund...nitI u..Haas' ' ...l .. Iloiuton, iislin, t i .. 11. .il. Angeles ami tho r. li. ....!.. . MmWi . ' . OU III I1HI ". ir.w.11., U.mailV .,! cold. Between Los Wmi-eI No mi n ji Young, I S ..v.i.R 111, &tMtMtifeitWi. Yuunsv n repUco.W. Icr- IHl Uro Wltlia WUlCUeHier rilie, OI1W imil m Oi ArCU UUer, UlS emi, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. , .,. ...1. Al ..I I,., mi Liberty, ky. Will I.OflV I ocean, the country has been deluged mid i .1 i...S oouy. i,,m Kllliail Oil v. OHIOU rreeh,.uu..rK., 'Anutrh,tBn's 4oacrofrn,,' &C, almost ruined. passing tlirOUgll IIIO tiepiUV I'hr only ihroush lute l. In kton md Virks'iurj;, crops of vegetables, timber tract mi iiuck find !!m KtmoJy a pgolite preventiteand of tho Menser- - (Jan. Knox county, 'M miles from then', i.csm.u ml k Ilsn. , Shrtveport I.a., mnkms direct coiine- nous a brother-in-lafallen this season than Carncs is ,,. J 1. Hostutti.c John iurnbu Is, Si;acr. John arrttr of iU.uaCrtek, iorcr. . . More rain has i without omnibus transfer fk,r Dallas Fun Worth, t i uw r was immi iut .1... .uiuei- .....1 jiuchanan', 301 acrct., ;.l.j Harris", isnacrfis, I.ctmjlen, Ky. es, lour OI me lliosi. nespuraio men in .i timohofoie, Auttin San Antonm. H Pawi and points iu was ever known in the same, Por iff" .tire-- , jolin Aiiderviii , 14 acres, CAsk f tet o als lorjlo by 40 inches. mountains, who arc also members of the Ikiu factions. The origin of tlio dtlli Wash Harris' ji; acres, Freeman , Joo actus, tho total to dato being almost TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORUIA. Tobln's farm, I try ant of SlnMier side of tho feud. They rallied cilltv was on account .. tho mistreat MhTCALK, Sianford, Kt. , , twmcii ... m , - Kohinstn Mill trart,(.fade larra. .1. 6ooacrs, iiiin, I'utrey 1 . . KidU lrm. only one entirely clear day full correct K..r ilir.nh We'vo had Ridgr, forces nnd started in pursuit of Uieilt Ol l.PgerS unugllier oy imm-illtn Collins' farm, on l,lr, - $ . i . i.J soo rer packnse: as lb information callnin Aeiit at cminlv mans and,Ky., on having been cloudy their l;""ln .M,l,1UrI,,'Ini:; W WOOLI.FA. Binco I last wrote, it ,...., Smith's crowd. sho married a short time ago. I.e- whom oraddr are the c..ne,t. " with bomo rav. cast, rti?!., i.exniKioo. !' m;ih An oil well which will yield,' it is purr 'lunswiiic, ....i,'L ti ..... In Ills COIlllty, llllll "'"i""-- Strode Ilwrse, Cotuge near depot at Crab ui the greater part of the others, tract, ..ii0,I ) 1) O HOWARDS' ( enough for lire reported, o0 barrels a day, was opened eer was oroiniliont ' siainp. Collate andStorehou.se at Otten- - ""J1 " ot ice ' It hs b'H 'cold il.P. ,VT A.. i mid prosperous Orchard. Hotel. min. li.. j. orrUN'MKlMKR, known as a peaceable JOSEPH HAAS, V i.. I'lncimi.iu O. Several frostrt have .Monday near Glasgow ut a dojith of ".'.To i u r ti... timo. Agent for Owners inJianjp.nl. ihu u wj I'll Ml most. . citi.cn. It feet. fallen, ouo of them qmtu heavy is inj-uj- The heathen Chinee not m ptfiitiftil , - aiil tovil-- ! tr '', Richmond from Paint Lick. I ,.,! MARCH 8TH, 1890. FOE SALE. first-cUk- s a two-stor- y eng-ge.- 1. Itlnck-hind- GO-fo- ot bri, tht ,. J I Hotel and Livery Stable. 1 1 .1 juo-lucin- g d i 1 TO SIOKSsISMSlT. c . s ..., !fc 11. i po-ih-le ',bt fruits-mind- s to7-i- m t b 1 g .,-."- . -) .- -. - 23th, IlTUieCRKfl !il-ei- ty roat-te- r, -. o -- tr , 1 I UL-.- r m n ,110 e j hi Fmmim, I ( 11 tl.iil!l!i 1 .,..,, Waxvtod. DK. JOS. HAAS' 11 it . 40mmm fUICKr3CrKrAT(Q j 8,-i- ji 1 ipoli-.jn- 1 Vice-Preside- FOB -2 New York, Iloston, -- j of-tor- ta '.... U'-- llllll , iiuik-in- ' 111 , 1 j . $50 HSWAHD ! - . A - v... I un-re- 1 al j ..... 1 ... - t , ... . . 1 Illlll-IIIBV- ,... ...., 1 11 ,.... - I " .1 . VV . , 1 1 . ....,.. t, -- 1 - i .- NV Jl I 1 . ''t-a,?e- " - ?," --1 ka. 1 ). 1 1 1 1 iwo-ccr- u C n-- . i-- t, lJ ..A. L fc. hrfittiifiiuif '.ri, -- , mull agaegg a. J Semj-Week- ly InteriorJqurnal LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. ii.i n Gov. Huckner tired seven vetoes at one volley into the legislature Tuesday, STANFORD. Ky JIakcii 7, 1SOO one of which was an net to incorporate 1 s 'w $fcthe town of Oorbin, the objection to it bdng tiuu it diver's the tines and for i)enal ollenbes from the State. Mr. Smith wants an act passed fioui DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Graves county punishing with o) lashes far Ccuntv Judsr. THOMAS W. vRNONitho crime of petit lurcuny in that providim: fot public whip-County Attorney, JO.SKI'H B VAXTON; It LCOI'KK. County pint;?. If such a law would be good in Sheriff, J N MHSKKKK; Graves it would he eveivwhern atid we ' Jailer. SAMLK1. M. OWKNv week wua move its adoption to be in ollWit in the AHcwr, L. U. KKNNI.m. a, bu.sy weeks to coma when iup'tof Conimon School. V I MttLAItV whole State. we " Sunejor, HAKKY A t. ANS, Mr. Warren lms presented bills to ire Conner. ARC It CARSON MT. VEFINOH, miCKOASTLE COUNTY. We. prohibit the killing of quail or partridges ' u-- r not. Btmtll game upon certain farms or other been we having a kindly feeling fot While :.. (ill. 111. ........... Tiik lpL'iliUnri' is cotiflidoring a bill lo Ml tI. :......!.. t'UIIIHJ i .LU fiUIMIU .Jl.WIIUlU Ill ..t.i.. c..f....i so f which will make all ishiik bonds for the establishment of Mr. Kiiicaut, our people cannot sew; rvmstriot the State, "shooting Mr. ben tli.. ilit.tri.lH cTtain for the election of water works and to tix the periods upon whe ntin lie wrfs jtudilied in Taulhce. democratic Congressmen, except one which a vote on the prohibition question Should the delegates to tho W. C. mademoteiu- - may be taken at once in live years. tlio 11th, inn! that is to he T. T. Convention meet your Loudon cor- rMnilliHcnil l)V tllO addition of ti.nm.lv Mr. Smith, of Madison, bus ollered will likely bo u Iinlrj other counties that are joined to thnt i a bill to create the olilee of Siiporintoii- - respondent there ....... mi ..I I. .1. pulling and said contispondent would ..IV "'""" dent of i'ublic r.uildings and Supply likely idol ami tue loppim: furuih the hair. cratic strongholds as li.mcii. i""i l.v Agent, to be appointed by the governor It is alleged that two boys, two Such, Btaud seen, effects a, lor, &c. That district would then for a term of four years at a salary of months since, found a bloody shirt near 1 be sold. U about as follows: Adair, Casey. Pulaski, $2,000 per annum. It is to be hoped lOi where the man's skeleton was found on j Unwell. Wavne, Whitley, Moll, Clay, flint it. will lint im. V. lmvi nlliitM received, which, be of 7 Wildcat mountain IaU wofk, which Harlan, Knox, Letcher, lVrry, -- nekton, onnuuh now ,,,, th legislature hhould with, .?fjc they hung on the eve of a sbhtity near j .7 choice Laurel and Clinton. Total vote, :W s. OH, of creatllJ, d Table. .10c the railroad tritcit. Coining luck short-- j In ever '! llHiinh can ma oritv. V.ui. Ji win tie The bill to prevent minim: compa- ly afterward they found the shut had Goods, Boots. Shoes. Caps, teen that three of the republican coun- nies and other corporations from issuing following some ' are transferred to script to their employed and to compel been carried awav and tree): ti &c , i ties oftheSth district more'congenial company, which would them to pay wages every two weeks un- tracks they trailed the party to a oint ll a ue se imi, iei.11 beyond the railroad where the garment then be thus: Anderson, Hoyle.JGarrard, less otherwise stipulated in a written had been carefully hidden banenth a lot ft he Jetisnuiiue,' Lincoln, Madibon, Mercer, contract parsed the house after a long of stones. Hockcastle, Shelby and Spencer. Total debate 00 to 12. If it becomes a law, it Pat Welsh was seriously cut in the vote 17.020. Democratic majority, ',hi it is pretty certain that the companies head Monday night with a hatobet in .... . i ntlinx nine i tiero are out i!.il. .........rt ; tli.i j uin hire no man ext0)t on a contnu.t to the limiits nf Kill (Trillin, at Siiiv.; Prow- -' uw " " ' j inv tIl(l1 as thev ,iavi. heretofore tJiKlrietB, except wi.u itt's place, in the "Jo Field's" tn?torni , ,,,,.,;., show n democratic majority of 2, tM and Vjj.im. Welsh elulins tiiAt Griflln ' suburb. NEWS CONDENSED the 0th ,""'. The ariangement makes A struck him witliout provocation. the districts in better shape geographicThe Ohio river was 50 miles wine at writ has been inmed for the xtHtilftiii, ' ally, as well as politically speaking, and Cairo Tuesday. , .1 . ... who w artosted at Pine Hill Wednes. . I, Ml ...Ml K.w...... r. i it is noj)Pi niai tne in .loci W. Embry severely cut James day. Pond was given for bit appear-- ' law. The only way to fight the devil, Martin in a street tight at llichmond. a uru hero Saturday. We!h i in tin Z. 31. alias the republican party, is with fire. Georgetown is to have an ice factory. ugly condition. having been subcJS.OOO Mr. J. W. Miller informs us that bo Urn. Greux Clay Smith Jircs a col- $",.100 of the through the Mt. scribed. has befit npKinul by th court to run umn of facetite at us IJdwanl Con left, the well known out the line between Uockciatl and the principal Sterling Sentinel-GazettO'.IM LKv ' VI. tho Cleveland leader, w deitd, Pulaski. Tbid is to determine whe'ro SPKtIAL tll'rSIH'Ni is that so nusemblo a pjiutof which ) M'''. Ilo.aa and in.'' locdhl aged 05. the line should reitlly be as there has prophet as we proved to be with regard J u Inert hofr.ud rhn v thily tft It has been discovered that 11. Clay ben some dispute regarding the matter to the prohibition election, should not ys from ' on his Figg, who attempted suicide at Shelby- - for some years. Mr. Miller chide another false prophet We acknowledged the ville. is a forger to a large amount and late biirvoys and maps by the Geological shortcomings. from H0.000 to 80,000 Survey he corn immediately after the election, gen- he has fled to Canada. The remains of Minister George II. acres will be thrown into Hockcastlu tlmt though our prophecy was not made bflrMu eral, I hoddd b bt8lo, Fancy F.'ainel Shiru, -- iK iiatl tco 10 ity tivnin Pulaski with the pomposity and the self eatisfac" Pendleton hnve arrived at New York. are now tMmimtMi tkurt iu tt .clKi tirt tl. w""w urMooih1 ium The burial will occur nt Cincinnati. Mr. T. F. Chestnut and daughter tatkc nnd ivJms t ' ). tion that characterized yours. We can J State Treasurer Xolnnd, of Missouri, started to Texas, Tuesday. Mrs. Itosa- ", cT.Kt both draw somo consolation ftotn the ' "a prophet is has been suspended pending an exami- lind Xetfbitt hiui aunoniujed huretdf nj Vnlavndml Shirts, bcriptural assurance that Shirts, Pious Sairi., "HijM Shirts. JA8. O t;iKNS save in his own coun- nation of his accounts which show a candidate for superintendent of seltoola. wm.aMIK. not without honor try," and imagine that both might do shortage of several hundred thousands of K. T. Fish has returned from washed out dollars. Ueattyville and gone to Koekwood, Tenbettor on diil'erent bubjeets in other Plain and Fancy Kid Glove3, Mis. Cardol.o, of Pomona, Cal , is a Attorneys at Law, lands. nessee. Mesdames Host Ncbbitt, Mollio ag of o0. at the Uelle lUtmside and Miss Mattie Path is 47 years old nnd no long-- r She married when lo years old; her Lovell, were delegates to the London 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. Williams blessed with the perfect beauty she pos- daughter when 17 and her C.lovcs, "hre lluildmi; convention. Miss Alice Lewis has re- sessed in her youthful days, but people at the age of 10. turned from Topeka, Kas. Miss Jennie I HANK MAHIMUN in Louisville ate crowding themselves The Rhode Island democrats nomi Sharp, of Livingston, was visiting Mrs. ' JAS (. C.IVENS and depleting their pocket books to the nated John W. Davis for Governor; Capt. Iu hows, four in hands and Scarfs at Samuel Ward here Monday. Mrs. W. GIVEHS 2. HMIMON. ts extent of from STi to 10 n seat for John Waters, for Lieutenant Governor II. Denton has gone to Middlesboio. ' certainty only of hearing wit!, the rest of the 1837 ticket and for the REAL ESTATE. d Mr. S. W. Paris was a little slow in the her sing at one of the. performances. the party's principles. - matter, but he now has the grippe. But then it is the thing, you know, nnd In a inn oil' on the Cumberland Gap Aunt Khzabeth Now comb gave a birth- Uoul)t run ami hoUt ot another proof of "Wlrnt fools thesi mor- road at Tazewell, Tenn., engineer Xeely Mr. ti. W. Dr.ilifni iintniii, otrr.p.M.ui'w iyr day dinner Wednesday. loi tals be." tol .ilcd was fatally scalded aud Trainmaster Maker is out from Louisville to seo the Wynn had a leg badly crushed. A de- boiuefolks. Sk.vatok Allison was elected to succeed himself by the Iowa legislature by fective fill was the cause. The jietition praying for the repeal Owing to the crowded condition of of Rockcastle's jiroltibilion law is not a slender majority. The people of that t K.nifaville, o(fr my Hott. I'toperl) State are being thoroughly arouned on the Hopkinsville Asylum live patients meetim? with as much opposition ns was I mcoln cmiil, Ky , 41 a idnwtiilif wild ilimif, i hlor"1 "."uic' ' i Sf rnlula I I. ir.. I'imple., I I. crttd Thru-- i 10 K""d rocin; the question of tarill' iniquities aud it is had to he confined in one cell. Monday expected. Representative Creech signi- LOIitainin A tplwidid placeall ncctary ouibuiH wnt . J .. hL"'il. iu"7 a" to optn mice whnty one took a bed slat aud mauled another's fies his willingness to proceed as soon as niK, A IIA IS llllN T1KKS i.llir m.ni .)e4nl tr uke ul all thr Iron torn... It . mr. I,.pepa county; er I will more than probable that this uncomprohut Urea ottd batk in the it kcni appetite. cnri.hM il.e l.lood, regulate, the l.trr and impart ne i.ucrR) to the W MiCARM. mil.. iM Addrch and nciou yifin I'rlce $1 uer hottlc mising protectionist is the last of bis brains out before he could be rescued. he is satisfied the majority of the people Mii,iillcf, Ky 107 if ,U'l'"'S W.,.'ttM VKOI" u midr ot ihe brat worm k,llcr and rtpcllrra UoWn t.. Marshall ilayden, colored, shot and are in favor of it. If prohibition was t w' the me.l . guild, who will represent Iowa in the 'C 'tl'''',mC'' lake, wfe and telubla I'Umi.i Vhoulc,,''' Pricr .5 killed his wife, Amanda Ilayden, at Senate of the Uuited States. event failure anywhere it has been in UATI.IKrS MAt.NHIC 1'ILI.Siorall Liver Complaint, D.pe.tiw.. S. k Danville. Jealousy was tins cause. Af- this county at from one to three places vc At la A' atliarti' 'r.. i ienl per box Ai lti53ot.lc I rue Main. la. tun .1 an! dr talc to the tradi ly 0 t s continues to device ways and shooting his wife Ilayden shot dozen othin this place and more than a socks olF the through the head and is mortally he U n hHdhiu'h iiu to Wo willwll ourja-lVILI.IA31SBi;KG . . . . . ... knock the .. . ers in the county the trallie is and has kplendid litetidri Ileum fur j't lie a .. CO., WnH.'iiusl)ixrjr,Ky. if. uui plus, ins iaiusii moms to uiicr u i.:n iu wounded. lai.L jml lurniM don't wiu lu ft noli i on open and above board I'd been carried sollurihar arthrough tliu ieann ultli inm ay tho commissioned officers nnd The Supreme Court of Mississippi af.. "e. t.Klf. hvar for yeais, and no levonue or benefit has ti. ulailLali I Kewiold.' diers of tho 49th Kentucky lnfautry a firmed the sentence in the ease of Jake iirUe and ix thnjack .V WIION accrued to the county or the public ex ,oi ,w ltXU.IS bounty of $300 eneb. Mr. Finley wants Kilr.iin, which is two month's imprison- --J9SL cept an nova nee and abuse fiom toughs soldier vote and wants it bad enough montin the county jail at Purvis and tbe who fill up on whisky ami proceed to "WallOli'S Vpera Houhc; to buy it at the expense, of the country. $'1Q) fine, and the (slugger will have to walk the streets dealingout their oaths t)NI Mtilll OM V, take bin medicine. Mao'ct, J Of late 't ha-- , alof and lilacktMini-diMiiat Leb. . . . . rv The miserable old Dr. Taulbee save: My brother sol' most been a nightly occurrence that our WIS TT"! A Y Tuesday, but unfortu- emnly denies anon caught Tire V iVi.-W-- Fthat ho pulled Kinciid's a 3 be to nately was not burned down. It is one nose. Ho did take him by the lapel of people have been kept awake far into the of night by the yells of drunken lowvlien, of the worse looking old concerns of tho tho coat, and may havo taken him by i,f kind in the State and a discredit to the the ear, but he is not poMtive about that. parading tho stieuU The advwwiteFitsnatrick's rA'atltinoth SpecttlC- say with' a high license enough) ujar wealthy town and county, which eenis Heyond that encounter no words passed tepeal disposed to lot it stand till lire or a cy- between my brother and Kincaid. As revenue could be raised to pay nmnrMuil 1 1 to preserve order and havo money tow- pi InJ" clone removes it. to the second encounter, my brother was ard street IT 1 HH It is very eviduil Oils, Wall 1 V U badly needed Ifl 1 FA I UU . ' Juihib Hovi) is holding court nt Har unaware of Kincaid's piesuneo when the that somothing isstate of afhuis. at, change the prchent 1 first-clas- s bour ville with a guard of 10 men, but shot was fired. Of this my brothur saj good to vrmnent (.crinan Coineilmn, (.1 did not prevent a skirmish between ho is positive. by the that W. J'AIt.K. a Kip. lupported b the beautiful Tiir militia forco of tlio I'lilted States r factions. Hill Day, of best the man-lik- e art.atv, Mi lithel HoiISM.n, a j youna GRAB ORCHARD. sists of 7,01)7 commissioned oflleors, Oretcheli.aiid the iwo . Iiildrn wonder little, the Smith gang was shot and seriously , Very JU,S7:t enlisted men. and and Kilna AO.un. a ueinurith anu Lillian men The swingeing blizzard of Wedneswounded by Kve Meaner, of the Slusher and a Company ot 11 Artil. not organized but available fer military day hiui created a coal famine hcie. ;! numerous othur shots were exhide aru ("aranteid luty. cenery and Thi Siai.tuni Mr. listed has rented the Old Corn to be the limit rlaborate cur on changed. Tiik capltol of Xew York was begun ttage. A er property and will shortly open a tnearly twonty-lhyears uyo, and was r .... ...,..1.1! .. mnli in f!tli itritcu ijiK ,,B.0,...u..v..-.w.- .. "" Cllfia h0stelry there. Mr. Sam Ilutdiu nxpocted to cost Sl,0!)0,0f)0. It has cost GREED STREET PEREDE . . .. oougre.ua. net ttS,0(K.000, and tho Legislature will bo mn lli(j ,Mr.ruoul n, headed by the his seat Wednesday. Oeorgo I). Wisei. -J- - ..r Ja"u' Will be kicii at Sil.OOO.OOO ,.... " u. :.. .... :... i,i ter his mineral lands. Honda looking af asked for totlio moro to '"finish" it. w OI trgllllll Will gu IIBAI Dopartmentof rroi'.:ixu Ri-r-m Aaron G'happoll, ? Uhxki H.Tt!1 Waddell. of iv n vorv small bore imumd Iiist Mernstadt, was here Wcdnehd.iv, horses there are ntoro than l.uttO.OOO iu this country, and nearly Kepublican voten are needed mid justice Mr. and Mrs. Pitman, of Pittsburg, at jo year in a Followed by Kip, alter ln alcep cow- -. There was a largo considered in tl.u rape of seats. is not clian it drvn ) ilieiuu i.ionier Uemoii dog-- , tended J. A. Rowland's funeral. anin ihe numlior of domes-tiH.tditand t'lrebclt To you. Wo need and must have imals of all kinds last year. The latest from Congressman Taulbo" what you owe us. I The Demon of the KatM.111 Muutiiaiiiain all their will be here only a Tiikki. aro in this country and Canada iiuaiut and curn.iu attire will follow, ami Utile ' is that he was Milking f.it and not ex- few days and all acounta not paid will fil,"i ndlra of eleotrie street railway, on Edna Adam, a itlle HeindrUk, will ride her pected to live. We hope for his own beaullful Shetland pony, I'm. ( enrs run. Ohio has tho be placed in the hands of O. 1. New land which I. sake and Charlie Kiucaid'a that his con for collection. Chad wick & Armendt bv greatest number of miles of any State " dttion is exaggerated. Ho is a splendid W. 1$. ml4, anil runs 1(J cars, whilo I'nnnsyl-vani- a After the Parade a Concert will; Vrmendt. and has bet n o man in many resjK-ctlias but x(, and yet runs be given. The city ouucil hold a meeting moro than three times as many St ears, reat service to his section. in proTuesday night hut transacted t busiportion. Uutler will ness. It wan thought Reertci teatt; tnt; othrej t jt; lIiiMich Tub pictured 01 old i'i.TiTY-TH!ti:- i: that it would liv thousand Knjrllshinon, ly First on tale at W. It. McKnbrru A surgical operaliave to be revised. tho maxim 11. n of tliu licjuor license, but 57,000 Iribbmen and 17,000 Scotchmen ' tion on tho drooping lid has transformed this cannot be done, until the town char- omijfratetl to tho United States In isyj; BLUE-GRES- S NURSERIES acock eyed old coon to a pretty ter is amended, which the legislative has ri.000 Knirllsh, "i.ooo lriKli and 15.000 him from A Full Stock ol .Scot-wrnt to Cuuicla; i:)tuO() Kti'rlish. fair looking man. not yet done. ' ... lUtli tltial fUlfl a.. ..!. tt Trees, -P- articular of a killingon Fall Lick tZ ,7 Mr. Langley koB introduced a bill 'Zu. vwii' " fiuk. r nvilv Fruit and Ornamental Z w ... Wiir,keep constantly on hand a large and select line'of a law. that ought to become agrees to It pro- Creek two miles beyond Dripjn'ng ;i.et;o Furniture 2.000, I rihh nnd 1,000 pay ns when a man vides that i aud ?nvertaie-S.?0(f3: My ?rices wil1 be as low a3 such good writing, Springs reached hero Wtuluesddy. One ' jotch. Tho toutl for tho year show r much oh 8 per cent interest in litLOOO Kugllsh onilgt-atiis-. Uird and one Itose, brothers-in-law- , betil.ooo Irish nUcatioil, tot.i rcpk'tc with practical tiifnnT.rUiuti wcu uo uuu8m iu iuu uuios. uive me a trial and you will be con... If he shall not plead usury, but be made to till LltlL'VIIJ "t.1,000 Scotch. tween whom an ancient grudgo existed, tnd vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. l.C'initn, Ky do 80. l for-fiitui- es W. !. WALTON I Clvrk.dl-.ORKF- . , j met each other nt a barn, had a quarrel which Itoso terminated by shooting Hird with a double barrel shot gun. Bird woundo 1, but liecomiug exhausted from loss of blood fell to the ground, ltose who seemed to have doubted this .shot taking eti'ect, pursuing, etinio up with tho wounded man and completed his murderous work by blowing Hird's head oil with the contents of tlio other barrel. Hose escaped and has not yot been ni- rested. The t raged v occuiied in Gat- -' . ....... run i ci'iwiiy. (This letter was not reeoived till 2 yesterday au ns notice of Mr. J. A. Xowland's death apjiears elsewhere, we are forced to defer t!iai portion of it. Kn. 1 J 1 4r Ifi far -- 4 W Aw 4 4r. J I I I i- i That our inauguration. Sprin Sale lust u grand success and. but during the season; for forerunner of the many give the people sueh values as hare opened the season with thei can't help purehusho'. exaggerate irhqt do sat "there has never a season'' rhut hare nremirvd. for when our .h'nrarftt hare. Imi. placed favorably as thisseason. fence our customers are reaping the fit. Oar Embroideries a it ! j THE TALK OF THE TOWN exquisite in novel designs were never ; . f j i line of Curtain Scrims which will and. 2c nnr fn.rf. Sc. new line Also Lore Curtains a trill sold at or a pair brass trimmings and upwards; Curtain Poles apiece, upwards. Linens from line ot (lepartment our slock JTmnlts,i Carpets, Mat Clothing, Jfats, of Dry ting, cwnletc and ready for spring purchasers. Even new at 'jolts, it mailers not note chean uoods are lino, always Jin w rallies in our store that can not had elsewhere at the same prices Just received new , J , fTH Main. Sin LOUISVILLE STORED M. SALIWGEH, MAWAGER. 1 Sianford, . . """' , BRrCE, odi-tor- e, 2,2,5? mi I n-- GentsTupnishingGoods tr.itr' ! f , lAvory stable. - Light, Medium and Eoavy TJndeorwear, . li.-t- d e biie. ;id PJ- - I fe ul i AVRES&G'LVKNS, great-grandmoth- grand-daught- IOI-- J . Work I3rliiir Cloves,Line oi'Xew Suspeiitlcrs, a LaiTe Neckwear thre-nigh- rati-tie- PIticvillc. Kentucky. iJ. j Tn I STAGG & McROBERTS. . For Sale or Exchange. I (..irs-iii- The Great Remedies! 111 1.1 1 I Fi.s-i.e- y j Bur-ip- elf tr JACK FOB 3AtS! , -au-r- Idc him-mean- 11- - DHrG l . eourt-boun- e - , - R, , Having purchased the interest Mr. irju conduct the business at the old stand, where I shall pleased supply the wants all j former and new patrons from a School Boohs, low prices, for j tolM 1 Full Drugs lip Pa.iuts, Stock of Pajwr, Jewelru If ' . 1 1 , j I and Silverware goods, f have a style. Smith-Slushe- i Sp.-initl- and jewelry repulis iu the Jeweler, ready ...r-me- metha-.ical.'lf- . respectfully, W. B. MoROBEETS. work do watch .... ...,,. a.m-rv.it. tl.-h- o . 1 NEW STOEEl . Agri-citltii- re 1 Ui'li1ia MA'OJK HUFFMAN PIRiDP, J e I 1 I J- -i) s 1 iu u-- A ' I ft-- -- ....---- w .'.X 1 a. a tZIJXJA: ItiZn f I I K U '"WPHHlfl"M "" Hi K" UltJfJ jyii iimipiw ni iiL,tiw iay "yn-- '.v.' i .wy mw."- - "y "ttw.yvw ,x yr ww Semi-Week- been an earnest of springtime bv proveinent bus been found necessai-y- . lot of men's ami boys' Hpiing) any means. .Snow fell voive me purciiaso ot jnoie the whole ol ll wm clothing jtift received nt S. II. Shanks'. J the oxpouditure of considera- Wedncfday coverim; the Kiound to the j,l'lu' SrANroitD, Ky., Mahcii ", 1890 s Nouriiinix seed oatH, timothy, clover, depth of : to ( inches, even after much 'J'0 money. . lilcjrnsfl and orchard grafts need at.l. It. had melted. Yesterday morning was i .VKW AtK:tTr-ifMr.rclear with the mercury down to '2 KosterV. makini,' it nearly 10' the eoldeat of the six season. It thawed very little As K.MiiNK, We have added to our stock a dilrinu the MEANS BUSINESS. cone pnllevH and other sttmin fixtures day and Heveral took advantage of the Ootu: nntl settle vour account. A. It. for 8ali. W. I'. Walton. tine conilitton of the streets in enjoy a iVnny. ttiiving IomkM W, C. ("nli' fnrni. I will rent I.osr. A black sow weighing abcut slci'Mi lide. rem nvalt ll the furm no hv on. 4 mil Wattiikm and j welry repaired und 1T)0 Slunfortl a lira HuMimviHd piV There nre 110 pounds with ears cut and split. Find- warranted. A. It. Penny. Tub lecture of Hon. Henry Wattereon ere, 10 acre of Mm: xtm icki to tro torr. or Ilea alrody b mien up, 40 acres of mvauw Tiik befit plnco to buy drugs, patont or will be .reumded. Peter Hampton. on "Money anil .Morals," whieh will bo iOiillMlancc in blue Of srai anj cltr. CASH medicines and toilet articles is at A. U. of !! Kiih!. J. Tiik K. (J. came piiifliiK in Tuesday delivered nt Walton's Opera House, Satblanfurd, Ky j (I l'ouuv'i. urday night, Nth, will no doubt be largei Iiuv your school books, ink, tnbluts. moniini: at I o'clock, havini; been ileluj- pencils and school supplies of nil od some 10 hours by an accident at ly attended. It is spoken of as being in tinper, keeping witii all of the distinguished Kinds from A. K. INjiiiiv. Moran's Sn iniulU ! editor's sayings and writings and to be i (iov. III'cknrr piiMloiied, us he aliould intrinsically well worth any man's time PERSONAL POINTS. havo done, the boy, WIIMiun and money. It has been delivered in lliviftn s..ll my f.irm to J F Cah, I vull my ptinoualty on the prcimrK on Mil ll)tw:s IIki.m has returned to Jenkins, sent up from Ijiiuel for enter- many of the large cities to full houses Middlrilwio. ing .1 store ami stealin n jar of candy. Selected from and the expression has "been one of uni.lui: Johnston Sw is vihitinic hit TUES2JAY. AP1C1I. versal praiso. Admission ?) cents. 11kxk Mili.ru, a youn coloicd man Mrs. Sallio Sims. Conv.lins ( who work ml on dipt, (leer's train Kot It. I'k.n.nv and Robert Fen-.I'wo tliilliotin ( liroail rnnrra 1 jped muk Mtwiti. A. 5 "deaths" "uoings7 mjl.- colt nlid 3 vejrlluc mulo, vieiinlmg caught between uu cars Tuesday and went Cincinnati Tuesday. hnrieccilu, 5CJtllc gvol railk .omt, ic. James Ilobbs, a voting man of 111, Mm. J. II. Tli kiih hurt been on n visit had his hip lm '..,, mashed. He was b"rcUof corn. 140 biitlieU of iira eooJ died at Mr. Ilrvant Hobbs', near Pieach-t i her daughter, Mm. (ieoiyo Carter. brought to bis bourn hen nod skeins to wheat. mi bulielof thrrhcd oatu about luo ami And to be sold at the very LOWEST prices. loo ol liay, ike bacon and hod of 13 but ersviue, mis wcok, 01 consumption. sutler a rent deal. Mus. Dit. Hi.uk, of I'imiville lull jobothi'U of Iri'li potmoe". Of pneumonia after an illness of sev(!. Carpenter. MMtintfhtT sister, Mrs. J. Qui: store at lliistouville will soon eral weeks, Mr. John A. Xcwlaml, pass-o- Ml kimUnf farming Implemeoi in at'unilanc ami Mil. Wai.tijii Wiiioiit, of Chicago, has wagons blatkw.lih anil cirsmter't away Tuewlay, intlie"l6lh year ol Ids til, ftc, ,Vc. A full outrit for ouitc the attention of both of us m bt'i-on a visit to the family of J. M. ' iucluilini; houfhokl and lb purties wlio are indebted to ns are ear age. He was a sou of Kid. A. C. New knchii I'iriniure line. rav. leijuested to coll and settle with laud and was universally esteemed a a nestly Mil John M. Williams it! now assistover Ml um of fin mill under, Tom us or we will bo compelled to iiiit our man of high chanuter and sterling tint amount a credit of f m,nth ith cah, rebt. 6 per ant dispatcher on .Mr. J. A. Mudd's accounts in the b n'sofau ollicer. iie(ulia!le and navahle ih y worth. His wife, who was Miss Alice intert oh miieHank W.'C CAh.ll, Nmionnl trick." A CrniK. MrKinnty Kj riiomtw, of ludiaiin, with two children Miiw Anxiii Wu.iv went to Ioiibville survive him to feel a loss which falls Tn h store of S. lfc Powers V Co. nt I III. FANCY sAIJlU F ST1 I.ION, Wednesday to lay in her utock of spring Somerset was entered by a thief Sunday heavily on them. Mr. Newland was de millinery. agent at Crab Orchard null in that Mlrvoss I)oii CatuwBl.i. and Polllo midit who i;ot oil with wmie clothini: pot Xd lu ami about .I0 in money. Will Foster, trying position demonstrated the excelArc headquarters for Williams went to I.otiisvillo yMtcnlny to of which he was nosseu.il lati of this place, was sleeping in the lent ntialilics l'atti. Will make tlip noa of iS,y at our mile 11......,,...- - correspondent from his town froi Miii.jgeiiir. i.inoiu co.inn, k- . on the Hard-ware- , Mil I.kw is Koxskli., h denioTut of the store and whs awakeud. when he attack c&c. '"J "J MilifJseiUe '. i for a number of mouths and evinced l serene, Is spending tlio vek ed the bnrvlar, but the latter escaped l'ir-nmi great interest in the paper which always '320 to Insure a Mare in Foal, without serious injury. Hi his relative in town. Plows Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel had the kindest of feeling.s for him. Orlntiy the aon, Mhk Ci.i;, of IImHmii, Is litre on the Tub L 'N- mplavingin wretched luck 'lhe'ieinains of Mrs. Jonnio Pen Mow due when mare i ianed .ih Man- -j plow and you will m1 mission of bidding h Mil goodbye of late. A small irvighl wreck occurnd make no mistake. No plow is equal to those- - no ningtou in charge of her brother, A. (i. Rraie! or !! At riiaoiiablr pnept Not repon-lifctf m in 'M.f.)te he lenvcB to spend Mbie i'r any ai.i.iicnt itnoum rfny Mciir Wednetaiiiy night at Crab Urchaul ami HuiI'man, arrived Tuesday night and Hilt KdKii 14 a Ua.ililil red ..rrcl, rlxy mane plOW CVCr had tllC mil that tllC Oliver lias, Kvery plow warranted to tin- penitentiary. f(led Sept. the smne night live 01 six cars of freight, were buried the next afternoon in thw und im I J hand ii.ch.n high; Mn. J. S. Wki.w went to UmUvHlo ,;llt'r:dKe'warKld, la."! sk your neighbor No. 3(1, weru ditched near I!oton, delay- blinding snowstorm, after a short service vjar do good work, or no sale, ! night to attend the wiiimemreiueiit old and fnk the iweeptakc premium at Kirk. u all train and causing the ing at her Aster's, .Mrs. W. IJ. Walton, bv vilktaud Iianvillc and in hi own til k at llarrril the UuiUvilh College of Pharmm-to a owJ aaddle to reach here at immjii yes l!ev. Pen Helm. The family nre con- hurg I'Iiomj who wstnt 10 stallion are (.urdially invited to Kok at onr horse xlid bar l'atti. tenlay, -' hours lat. sole! with the knowledge that death did and tec him mow. up In l'ini'vill' Mk i. It OmirMi He wan ird Second Je cl, - by Cunning not come like a thief at night to their ham's Jewel, hvby oM Washinitlon Denmark. r: by i Tub FitiMtrii-- Urns. Itip Van tnk" a look at the clerk s ollf-- in iviiirii Minnw.liy atclhtnald'o Unicorn; Ilia nrt dam dcwl to ele wiil nriiveon the 2 o'clock train love one, hut Hilly aware ol mr condi- id dam liy Wttla' Cruaadw hie it duin by Stmie .' iiiimi ate kept buny tion, she sent loving messages to them wall Jacktuli, lit: by Wanhinglon Dcniiuufc, hu by tod y sod will immisliately &vo one of .is in that town and Mhldleboro. Ulaik. (lenmark. hit dam rv ruader, he b asked that her sister, Mrs. Martha Did Whip; id dam alint ly Moiinlain marc Ko. Ma. ani Miw. J. It. llrrpMAjt and Dr. their mot novel utreet purades, lieadinl and MADIMiN SANIUIXiH ft SON. Dealer In- Millrdgpvilli', Ky. F. llulinnui.of Uxington, by Old Itip drawn by two monster dogs Paxton, should take her little daughter. mid Mr. I No fears of the great hereafter disturbed of loniivillu, at- and followed by the Demon Knifes Itml hiid Mrs. Mary Dunn, 1890 too tended the burial of Mrs. Jonnle Ten- - null the full company in wierd costumes. her for she said she was prepared to it, and only wished to live for thu H Hire that you see it and then secure a meet liillgtOII. sake of her child. Her relatives and - ticket Ui . i n : of our young men havo rethe performance the people cied invitations to the hop to bo glvun That beautiful creation of Washing- erything in of Peabody generally, did evtheir power for her, minisof Mioses Foaled April .0, ifll Kccurd 2 7j in honor nt Franklin Itlindn I'ortimm, of ton Irving, the Idyl of the Katskills, tering to her day and night, and leaving Maud S., record 1 o8)) lly 11 ARUI.D. uinie A loom and will bo presented at the Opera House nothing undone to help make her "dy- and i more in thetire of, 2 30 Int. bis place. Firtt 1U111 Volande dam of Vu'ia, record 1 34V by hii excellent company, with ing bed feel soft as downy pillows nre." Miw. II asxaii T.ouni and her hon, lly llKLMONT. sireuf Nutwood, j 13. all the realistic etl'cct of special scenery, The family are deeply and truly grateful 2 dam ouni; l'urtia. KY., Mr. John Taylor, of Itoyle, have the faithful dog, "Schneider," tlio rule to all of them, as well as to her physiDam of Volt.urt a iu tire ot Hesicmer 2 3'..) ma visit to Mr. J. It. Warren this Dam of 1'ortinri 2 35, (tire of Minnesota 7 17)..) pony, c. Mr. Paige Iibh won cians who labored unceasingly for her. Desires to call attention to the complete line lie lias of everything kept year old record a 37. Oam of Hymen, eek Mrs. Taylor is 77 and about iu Shetland record in EngDam of Childe Harold, reputation 113 "Pip" and the May God bless them all both hero and much in .1 First-Clas- s lis lively as Ikt ItrothorJinimy, Grocery and Provision Store. Large invoices of goods pry and land j 04 beautiful .Miss Kthel Hodgson as (.! retch- - hereafter is the prayer of appreciative Grand dam vf Conriaucht lireot Clonmorri lJ-w lm is s. just received have made his stock one of the best to select from in dam ot Vnba 7 7j llrand of the baud will give and loving hearts. Tin: I.oii"ii.i.kTimj) prints the pic- en. The members Thome, record a iS. town. Besides Mr. Peuben Gentry, Sr., one of the datigh a number of solos between the acts, 3 Dam lMrua. by KOEI1LCK. ture of Mifcs Muttio, tlio beautiful Thompson, which which will also add to the enjoyment of oldest and most substantial citizens of Dam by Wllll'l'. i ter of Little Phil ieed no meaure of hi The above record as usual. Boyle, died Monday at his noted e expect Mm logo under jo llua Hall. G while is far from uilattering one. is said the performance. VAdmission It. McHoberts'. Stock Farm. Ueserved seats at He was a leading V AZOO ill male the stawii on the larin of W to bear enough rsi'inblanee to the origiII lime A Co., Silver Creek, Ky.. 8 mile from " member of the Methodist church and S. Kichmond on the Laucntter turnpike, nal for her friends to reeotftiirv it. He has a large lot of tnry o. ,1""' hi aU lho rt.Iiitioll8 of IifB bore Iihllgc,f as Pi nv'o. telegraphed May i,.i btale, At u.n. lu inr CITY AND VICINITY. ,, , ... .... , r !:. 11. Piirnside ychterda) that the u. .... . ilia iii iiiiii iii- ui' 11111111 lli oldest colt arc comiti); two ...V..W high license law for Stanford had been " Will urate man at 10 renlj per day and will m:k P. S, Carpenter's advertisement several vents, but two sons. Henry and take dlllKWublo care for approved by the goxernor. This gives Peuben Gentry survive him. The Ad- no idem or ciai et but are not retpontible hi this page. & CO. l IMKNA.M T. Which he the council power to act and It was uni.m at the bottom market price. Call and see him. I.aiuls' spring In el shoes at Stagg A derstood that they would tlx the license vocate says: "He bus been connected with the blinking interest of Danville as C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Mcltoberts. at the minimum of ."00 for the tirst year a director since the organisation of the night. Three saloons meeting last & Pump Adjusters, A nice lot of cedar posts. at its Central National Pauk in lSd., and was Well Drillers will open at once under it, with the TANKOKl), KY. I M. liruce agent. at the time of his death Vice President of another in a few months. We drilled to order and I'limpn lunnhcd at stock of .ieglor Pros, celebrat- shall now be able to judge by practical of the lloyle National P.mk, which is A 3 simply the old Central National reorgan- factory price. just received. S. II. Shanks. ed s'iocs experience whether high license or pro- ised. He was the IhsI living director of "Model Grocery" you will find is the better means ofiegulating He was a Vixmis (ikkii has moved his stock to hibition the former orgaiii.ation. I in spite of laws to and a tniflic that goes on Mr. Iteuhun Williams' store-iooliberal supporter of the church, charitaCoffees, going to op"ii out in bii: style. the contrary. ble with the alllicted and unfortunate, nivs he is ; Blulltlinjj is the lust for securing goods a kind and indulgent father, and u Goods of I k k orders for 'bus to K. C. depot your im price at ?. b. Powers A: Co's abiding and respected cilien. Mr. In ill torporatc limit rf Rowland - or Portmiin Cheese, a' litberthe Myeis Iloineas at midnight the doors will bo try was one of thoe men who are the 80 U,J. DAXSI. Kmland. House. Tliey will receive attention. A. nally closed for invoicing and removal of Niltof the earth and whose death T. Niinnellny. Many people will ways involves n severe loss to tin; Tobaccos. I regret that tliis (Inn which has niunity. His sous have tho undivided Till', case of Pentty WickiirTe, who Mis stock is always clean, fresh, full and attractive. He carries an killed Knm Warren, wiisiitfrtincontir.ued sived them mi much money has decided synipathv of a very large circle of cretar of the lloird of Trntee of the' I will 011 town of Crab line bust friends. of .waring 1 leave m. Mr. Powers is assortment of Queen.sware, Glassware, Tin- and Woodenwarc. i.t Danville. Tlio old tactics ness man and has won the confidence design. it out seems to be the FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. 8, 1890, Give him a call and he will make it to your advantage. and esteem of our citizens, who hope he Mus. Coiirrs has had a speiinl box goes away much richer than when he -- 13 Rood yearliiiR eiiRar mules for sale, f i Jifl V m. 'tfore the post niado for the Intiuuoii Joi'unai.V largo ctme. lb and bis wife ami Mr. P. A. lletween the A. IC. Penny, Shelby City. office iloor in sml lon, ell o U'e hitlie't bidder mail, which has long been needed find Pitman leave Sunday and will take away -Mjack for sale. A splendid byear-old for which the editor is very grateful. Seven One Hundred Dollar Bonds with them tho good wishes of nil .1. W. Powell, Hiibtouville. who have known them. Mr. Powers due in tie years, Wanted. To rent out a house and Ofthetownof C'rali OrcbarJ,per cent, per annum, Tins freight wrech at lkton killed 17 with interet at the r.e eft will still continue to :run his Somerset , uXm to 80me ouo who wIIl work pijaWc emi.iiiuinlly at the Hil National Hank of 2 mm us that Mr. Smith of a lie town rctrve the risht to pay of Stanford. store aloiiR with bis main establishment jj j jj jijjier. Paughmaii had sold and shipped to iff any or all of thec loncs at any tunc u'tei two V at Coliimbiit', O. iHJiStZ icazar a, beautiful stallion, ww years liy giving the holder thereot So day' no- ' Wade, of Tennessee, at SPM, nverage. tice of such intention to an Act of. jtv inned Sonus of ihem were extra nice. Tiik Court of bevy tlxed the tax for sold at New York to I'lilin k Pros., of theIhesebond-- Asstmolv of Mirsuant fcy, unprned Kentu r.eneral ' Wisconsin, for $23,000. ' 13 Receiving His o II II count v purposes at 'JO cents 011 the 5100, Feb TiiKiiEisono man in this section at I .1 -- Tlio Cadiz Telophone reporta that h mint the same as last year, nnd SI. 23 poll tax, least who will be able to enjoy his or 23 cents less than ISSfl. The delin- - hen near its town hatched 10 chickens julep with all the elleot ami comfort o! quent list was relisted with the shcritrat from 10 Plymouth Hock crrs. an ice attachment. Mr. Forostus Ibml There does not seem to be much Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give him a call. with as pretty two. 23 per cent, to him for all collected., tilled his Countv Attorney Carpenter was ordered lo)t that the cold has killed all the inch ico as was ever gatheicd, und is the mo'l popumr icirminc nuu Hero and elsuwiiere 111 tne II tho Jldl and publlnhiil and ha t he lar!f-paper to procure an enabliiiR act for the issue pencil only man we have heard of who did. rcilatlon Jf nnr "f c'".n thj""' lil. r ofS3,lXK) more bonds for turnpike pur - fiiue. liiMnileii: 'liUcIa of Wood Hund for upeclmen wecklT l'nlili.lio.1 w. C. Cash sold his farm of :t7:l aen s poses. Mr. Carpenter was also instruct- niiiT. I'rlct3iiyeiir. Tins paper bus been gotten out under JlL'N.N Al'O., l,l'IIMH.ns,ail llroadway, N.t V. Cash at S5() an ''r Turnersvillo to J. investiiMto the tillairs of the .Stan- dilUniltiestbat would have discouniKcd ed to 3DE;TJ(3-G-IS- T ford, Dix Uiver, c, Turnpike and insti - acre. Ho also sold ', brood mares to him 3c ARCHITECTS & IUILDERO an establishment less determined to preinto oroceediiiL'S Hiruinst tho bondsmen for $'2(l-- . M Edition of Scientific American. V Riven Us editions icKiilaily and at sent Uicliard Cobb, Jr., boiiRht of W. C. , creat uccm. Knch ln contain colored siek- - if ho llnds it necessarv. Countv hoinU llthonrtiiMiic piaicsoi cuuiuij .iw w., .".. hour. With the force reduced by eni:rMTini each, haviiiR been paid Cash 2 weanliiiR llllies for .M0. Mr. or public DulMlniin. Hand 10ofS300 DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, fur the urn t und full plan und idtleaiion nesw to oneeompositor and the husiness I'ricolUa )Mr, destroyed in tho presence of tho Cash also sold 50 odd Iiors for dolivery .ucliMnconinuplnlebnlldlnir. CO., I'l UUSIIHI.--. were N.N & in one of that most serviceMl. Sets, a cop). inniitiRcr, who FANCY ARTICLES, &0 Court. 'Squires Xwtl, Pailoy and Kllis April 1, for 'M cents, with two nun able of creatures, n combined horse, and were appointed to examine the routes claimiiiR them as his purchase, IniaybB"''!"'-i'i- l alwith rhyiiciaim pre.ription accurately compounded. liiit to an taken to one branch of the work Karris & Wood sold to Tribble, of i'ii.. who jind locate tho Knob Lick & McCor-UaTiiliadoTi"' as much alacrity as another, wu most ' Madison, I7 weiRlihiR vSOO 40 Tara' exiH'rience and haC nimle 'ir biicccedcd in mack Turnpike. On motion of 'Squire J. applliatioii" for Aincricnn ana r"r- 1i0.i have by doubliiiR dutiea cents; also to Ferguson, of . clerk was ordered to pounds at . ..luii Semi fnrlluniiwio'"" is mighty hard II. Chappell, the . eomiuR out on time. It s ondencu tnctly mnndcniul. of feed STOCK OF WATCHES, THE LAMCEST and as the furnish the overseen of roads with Bourbon, two TRADE MARKS. to keop working man down I cents. Danville Advocate, ro.nl claims, eis at is manned by a force of blunka for m.ikiiiR out In cane your marl l not resuttrvU in the I'M. CLICKS, JWELnY& SILVERWARE. The HarrodsburR people tiro leiiRtb-tb- e oniee. npply to livv A I ii.. nn.I pr.ieure are hereafter to be certified to by luiniwllMti pfolectlon. benJ for Uaiidlxa. earn their daily bread by the which men who Kver broiiRht to thi market. Price lower than Heretofore the lap overseer and Hivorn to by the claim-- ! eniiiR their traelo comOOl'VKIISUTS for book, chart, wi.pa thelowctt. Watcht., Clock and Jewelry He. nweat of their brows, they form a tc., quickly procured. Aildrcn then adjourned till tho has been I'M yurdH, and as Wallace will ant. Tho Court paired on iliortjnotice anil warranted. MIINN V CO., rnu-u- t Sullctlom. bination that can not be overcome by second Tuesday in April. j not allow records made on such a track t;isiur. oi raa ar.i Ui:uaiha. .s. v diflkultics. ! ly Interior Journal KitiMit fmh N'kw Saturday at .M. F. Klkin'a. Tnr.ilrstsix six days of March have to be recorded in his year book, the J irn-n- ot 1 Rff , is.o.walton, bus. Managor s r, POP I KSJ2TT. I 111 Improve-intn- " PUBLIC SALE Carpets, atting, ni-l-l Oil Cloth, &c, lu'-ther- , i, '90 . I - . the LATEST STYLES SEVERANCE & SON. 1 111 la-e- .,,,,",, h I re-a- ll d houic-keepl- n -- Ow-le- l.in-.ol- n -- HIGGINS & M'KINNEY & SECrEI M.-1- l.i-s- r - -- p-- Groceries, Stoves, Salt, liimo, ; ! -- - 1 - , Soutli-teuudexp- tcun li- y i brt-c- 1 e J I 0. I I C MA1I HABDIN -- "YAZQQ," U708.IGROGERIES, STANFORD, HARDWARE, &C., to-ni- b-- en two-mil- e j 4 Klin-woo- d J All Kinds of FBESH A.RDEST SEEDS, V1,;.,:fK;-AM,H- U;nl ""; I I .,r. : .,, ,, $40 to Insure. year-old'.- - ! (DMi wiiii gon:ri;B9 will-sel- pro-P"c- ts itll Wt-ll- i AT A. A. WARREN'S Sugars, Por Sal To-n- w law-.1- Twenty Iots 11 Gen-stor- e (i- -' Molasses, Beans, Hominy, Rice, Soaps, Canned every description, the best Cream .Preserves, Jellies, Pickles, Baking Powders, Extracts, Cigars and Sauces, -- I coin-deepl- y ITOTZCE Un-har- 11 - ' Sftturdav, Slareli h.i-i- r -- ' ,jG.RUPLEY.--: car-loa- d 1 ' i M Iftffif4' iimmkmiHm ?". &j7-gj-- . iiiiMi-iiu,nr- c) SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. ice-hou- ltls 11 KnirraT-Ini- ": i A, Mo FENNY, ' 11 JEWELER,. ei-- s 1 Miti-iiin- car-load- l.DOO-lb- 11 IxTKiiioit-Ioi'itNA- i. ' i 1 '&: ?.& i--s .. y,tsa m00 WAYNESDURG. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournul j DOINGS OF ROYALTY. cos-ttnn- by tho wealthy Princess Gussa-towAT This magiiiilccnt dress includes a pointetl cap of black velvet, shot with S'i X'KIt YKAIt,lN ADVANCE gold and edged with a broid Ixmlcr of When not so paid $2.5Q will he charged. silver embroidery. " Tho empress of Gerinany has sent n K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD." number of magnificent dolls, with com Train leaves Howlsnd at JMJ m , returning plete troiiMUMUX of silks, satins and cloth of gold, all of the most expensive, and it 5:30 P " elaborate description, to tho Princess L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Haily, 0 years ohj, and favorite daughter 55 ra of tho sultan of Ttirkoy. Tho cost of Mail train going North Jipmi theso toys was upward of ?3,000. South P" Express train " South North 17 " Tho new king of Portugal is so short 630am North Local Freight in stature that when ho is photographed 5JPU South The latter trains alo carry pns.engers. with his queen, who is exceedingly tall, The above 11 calculated on standard time. Solar ho invariably makes her sit doun wliilo time is about to minutes taster ho stands up. Out one picture hits been taken of tho royal couplo on their feet, and then the king was mounted on a footstool, which was artfully concealed by the queen's train. Tho lato Empress Augusta, like tho wife of Wendell Phillips, was extremely fond of hand organ music, and not only frequently encouraged organ grinders to play before tho palace, butnlbo had several broken down musicians on her pension list. It Nsaid that she left a bequest for tho erection of a house of refuge for incapacitated itinerant performers. Emperor William of Germany has a man servant who comes in for his master's cast oil clothes. Recently the valet ventured to suggest that a certain coat which was still in active service belonged to him by reason of its ago. "What is its market value?" asked tho emperor. "Three dollars," replied tho valet. "I Jiko tho coat," remarked the emperor. purity, "Here, take three dollars and leave me Thisnoder neversancs A marvel strength and wh .le unpneis- More economical tho garment." .tnd ran not be sold in than the orditnrj kinds -- Published Every Tuoadisy and Friday Tho iiiiiproaa of Rttsdia hns just boon o tireseutiHl witlin Circicssinn national n. ( -- The people hero would like to see ROWLAND, KY, Old Lady (from tho country) I'd like V Honest Dick" lutvo a good road law UHnntnlnnnsnennVnnaCsaar'l ii"ii'1nff to git a pair of shoes, young man. Have attached to their Family (.rocrrya first class Kestaurant. which will be supplird with rsery Polite Clerk Yes, ma'am. Something eiiHcted. thins; usually kept Fruits btmne.s pretty nice, ma'am? The waters lutvo been higher here and Candle of all in thitconstantly on hand All kinds ecchangefor Old Lady I want 'cm good V stout. kinds taken in thnn ever known and did considerable goods of Country Produce K CAKRII K, I'letk 1041m Polite Clerk Well, ma'am, here's a thimnge to fences along the creek. strong shoe, an excellent strong shoe. It Esq. M. H. (.looch hns bought 60ine ' s has been worn n great deal this winItiml near town and moved to it. He ter cS; CO., Old Lady Man alive, I don't want no will devote his entile time to his tobacco I desire to sell mv tarm of about ijv v res situ shoo that's lieen worn this winter nor factory . R. Y. Billiard hits bought a lot atcd about i)4 miles north of Stanford 011 the HU3TONVILLE, KY. nny other winter; I want a bran' new in town and will build and move to it. Hush tlranch pike, opposite thecld churrh there Are still in the business and rcvly to do uny balance .ire about so acres in wheat and pair! Puck. lie will assist Mr. tlooch in tho lactoiy. of the farm well set in timothy rr, thedwelling thing In the line We have a full txod of all Kohci stock of Cases nud and splendid has built u fish pond and n fourIs rooms and kitchenfenced. a Possession new ol every dccriptKti Casketshearse, kinds and nearly M. T. Morgan Our which is can well watered and barn. It Win nn Kxciimi, Anjuwy. ordcied some tine tisli to stock it with. be sJvtn immediately. Kor particulars, tee J. P new can he obtained on short notice Mr J llailey, Stanford, or write the undersigned at lircrii lias charge olrur business and will shov C. F. Thompson, of Bee Lick, and J. Cincinnati, Ohio. jJJSKimalalliUM ,; K WI1IIKKS. our goods 10 any one needing anything 10 our i line L; 64 tf B. Perkins, of (.toochtown, who have acbeen ut home for seveittl weeks on S. O. DAVIS, count of sickness, have returned and are again in school to the delight of Prof. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, - CLASS Frye. Miss Allie Cook, of Highland, is A MT. VKHNON, IvV. lllatkhurn) confined to her room with la grippe, but (llutf brother to llncnoli and Office nest ileor te Whitehead's Drug Store rising s years, over s hands high and 10 fine conhopes to be able to attend school again dition Alto a line Speciatattention given IB diseases ot Children in a few days. .1. II. Alderson, the jolly drummer of Cincinnati, is here talking Dark Bay Thoroughbred Stallion qucensware to our merchants. lly Imp. Ililtet.and a sure and find breeder 11 Mut lie w. CARRTER & WAITS, Hi3 Farm For Sale. J. T. STTTTOIT t'ndi-rukin- 11 WY Tor Salo. e 1 FIRST JACK, 77-t- f. I he bct salve 111 the world lor cuts, brunt, sores, ulcers, slt rheum, fnver sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain, corn and all skin erup lions ami positively cures piles, or DO pay rrquir cd It is sjurntecd to Kivo perfect satisfaction t'ricf j$ cents per bos or money retunded Kor sale by A K rennv, Stanloid, Ky ' '-- Bucklen's Arnica Salve Jack lkuley place, lci-11 K. IIKI.l., C on Stanford & Dsnville pike vj.ia:. DIM IONS SWITCH, Dealer In hilton KY e, 111 HARRY A. EVANs, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, STAN KO RD, KV Engineerinp; and Surveying in all branches. - K POWDER - Absolutely Puro and painful I he transition fituu lonK,linK'tuii; Policeman (to would be burglar) Look robust health marks an epoch in tic a'here. What are you doin' in this storo sickness toindividual Such remarkable uvmi life c.f the is Measured in the memor) and the aKcnc) whereat this time of night? talcdill) h s been Uurglar I er oh I well, you see by the Rood health Is that soaltainml is hoard in much Is Hence it blessrd So many feel that they I lwtight a pair of suspenders hero praise of KIcctric Hitters er use ol the to this morning and I was for uue their restoration to healthIf the are troubled ou tlreat Alterative and lonu Kldnevs, l.irr or Siemach, tho change. lime. with any disease of Epoch Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Conoral Lino of Crocorios, Kanry Catidie- - Cios liei. Ike eschange for goods. All kinds of Produce taken Posted" e, I iv ,i.tiin, Ky Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware. Queens-warTinware, I umiture and a Attention, Coal Ilurucrti. I Veep on hand a No 1 qualitr ol Jclluo. !j!v nd Nut Coal in my )ard Leave your orders at Yard a1.1l they will be attended tn prnniptty '1 6j J II Starl.rd lllt.t.lNS, Ky competition with the multitude of low test, short weiclit. alum ur phosphite p jwder. Sold only in POWDER CO., 1MIY V.iII street, New Wk ' THE GENTLER ii.. SEX. MISS KATE KOGLE I York paper. Mrs. Margaret Arnold, who claims to M. I?. Ix; the oldAppeals, bo 12 years old. is believed to the Iu Caudidaic ' rI 'lcrkofofthe Court of party. est woman in Ohio. Democratic object to t!ir Itlrciien August, ' Secretary Rlaine's daughters are excellent housekeepers anil perhaps the most R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. skilled needlewoiuen in Washington. Mine. Pionaparte Ratazzi, tho grandDENTIST.' daughter of Lucien Honaparto, is now OliiceoH Mint street, opposite Portman House, 70 years of ago, btA is still a woman of upstairs. N1tr.ustK1det.as given for painless fascinating presence ami great charm of evtraetln;;. . manner. Clara Barton, the famous philanthropist, is a good shot' with either rille or DR. W. B. PENNY, bhotgun. She has been wen to bring down two prairio cliickcns from the (irst Hush of the covey. Office Si ith sid- - Mil. trwt, in office recently It has been stated that Miss Amelia B. vacated ns.Dr. L V. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Edwards was the first woman to receive A. S. the title of LL D. Sho received it about four years ago. But Maria Mitchell was St RGKON DENTIST sppj LI- - D. in 18.'.2, and Mrs. C. W. w ' Mckoherls' made an )rS. e on M ii tree' "w Dall in 1877 Sianferil. Hmg Lydia Bacon, of Sudbury, Mass., who been cut off in the prime of her has 103d year, attributed her longevity to hard work, plenty of exercise, plain livI have rrmo.eduiy office t m residence, oppo ing nnd reading enough to keep the mind Female CoiltK.hiP Iwjl7. ,5",1,!,aIt,1 s.to in paco with tho body's vigor. hchoolsof Liucln .1 Cnndtdme fur Superintendent of 1'ublic vinty Election August, 1890. Mrs. Langtry owns 139 acres of land In Utah. Miss Laura Jean Lihboy, tho story writer, teceives 130 a week from a New Krinltley 1 ,.,, - .v-titl'- v Dentist. Ir. PRICE, M'-re- , jut ft Tv Tho Pulpit und tho Stage. -f- fsV. Vr.i'j. P jrd S. Kes I.M Miruut. I'aslor Uuitcd Stales Itrelh ing from tho ball from which they have rvn Lhurch, lllue Mcund, Kail , ta)s "I it just returned. Small siter Tot dozing ray duly lo Ml what iders I)r Kibr Nc Dls Nft it r A Mii.si.pi a 1c) I r I' .My me oer h is done lorjsmnshmnfr lungs er.- badly in crib. could thooshl diseased, and in) S bd Yestit i.ImI I'rsm. 19 Eunice How hamUomc he is! live only a lew weeks I ..ox fic bull!" o( l)r New Uncovers and am sound and well, Kmit's Helen Who? ' Philntioiphln Kaitutik; tS pounds in weight. Eunice Will Edgemoie. Arthu' Lose, Manager l.ove'a lunii) Folks Baltimore, Now York, a tnriwh trial W. H.JACKSON &. CO., PRO'RS. Helen Indeed he is, anil hu danced Conbiliittson, wntis "A(tr confident that Dr I AH p. t ami Sositheast idconvincini; evidence, I am with me twite. tOM'OS, KS Vm Kinvt s New Diacosrry lor CoiisawplitMi beau lul) e muht out thing lse tails 'I he (;oodtjrn-utsansa bile n rsf. tlwavs lor hut Eunice He took me to suppor. all, and cures when ever nn.t..n is t.ie mstconven kindness I cm J" ry nssny thovtsand on reasonable terms Corrected lime tarsi in PHect Ian i S. Rose I sat out three nutnlwrs with (rcutestii to lira- ihew i.i trr It " Kr. Irial ! reai Ii places in tht friends ,..1 ,w..m nn the Regular sues in the mountain la Hon of the iate I'ennv Druv; More him in the conservatory. A IU.Iy TI.tMail Vesj STATION lUiU Lillian I do not care to repeat what 50 ct and Si f Us I must warn tho rost ho said to me, but 111 LEV HOUSE, I.ve Start! Richmond, The entire lino of the ..III Jinn i ii of you not to feel too satisfied. .1 e K " l.estsutsoe in s to I m Nicholasville, Irvine and BciUtyvillo U KIL.KY, Proprietor, I am not worrying. n U'inclM.see...... ,.j , 00 pn 1, 4 F. .a Eunice Really! " K. V. jSMsllon railroad has been placed under contract, Helen Nor I. . - Kentucky.! " Ml Stersmg. pni iv ,.m 10 in " Morebead and there is now no doubt that the London, Rose Nor I. I e pro it is .'in tHise HiU Ii Lillian We can't all h.re him, and I whole road from Versailles to Beatty-villAshlatMt. ptt. 10 snd am better I have to my new Hotel. " CainMlsbsjtf. thought I might prevent your wasting o pm will be completed by the contract prepared movedever to ncemeslt the public if cr pn. than " lluntlnfftoe pni i ml valuable time. McFiiddon ct Good l.ivery attarked and every comventeeee de- l.ve.tluniinjgtaii time, June I. Howan, ill jo am 11. a... Eunice Oh. thank you. Arr Lliarbtston I si am f.KANK. U1JEV 17 miles fiom Verhave the first CH'tuit Pertjc. "' 7 t Helen I presume, Lillian, that you ' LysschtMsrc '11 4; am Shanahnn cV Co., of Louisten- sailles and D. would intimate that he was really "CfceiVstiesviWe in jo am, , " Washissgtwi .. ville, have tit" contract for the 711 guiles pni der. " Ualtlmcfc .... pisi from Nicholasville to Beattyville. KY. Lillian Perhaps. I'luUdelpMa. MT. VKHNON, IS l"", " New Yoek Rose Did ho kiss you? Don't blush. 9 o pin' ' RUhitiosut. Va. j so lliiei;i siill maintain Thueld and A Child Killed. Eunice Possibly he was just interSpeOMrMntComfnril fine teputaiion. Chsrge. Another child killed by the use of opiate Jiscn mg its rupted in his proposal. How was it? to the traveling puhlie mothers j;ise Lillian (demurely) Never mind how in the forinotsoolhins syrup vhy is surprising cial attention M P NKWCwMU. Prep, Trains leasing Lcsmglon at II 4" am and t o their children mch deadly poison tUlly, except Sunday c'tsnnci jt ', imhr, it was until I am ready to tell you. Ml Vernon, ky. p when they can rci eve tho child of its peculiar S) tt ter for Richmond, Ky and jinnts en the K t R Eunice Will, you don't frighten mo n iroiiblcs b) uuc Ur Ackur'a llaby Sootnrr KIt R. by A hold bit. I'll go into a pool of a pound of enntains no opium or morphine, l.muled Vestibule Ks from Ne York.l'lulsi't Penny K.liiagiuManU all pomis ljt. iihM. at candy apiece as to which of us wins in Leiingiou at 4. n m daily Vaaford arrivesp m r 115; Is Life Worth Living this little race. hast mil Irom Ru bmond. Vis and all pmr'S Not if you n throuRh the vsoild a dyspeptic. eat, lliiHitagtoM, VV. Va, and all meal statbmsar Lillian I'll do it. Or Ackers I) yspepia Tablets are a iMMttisc cute rives Leiingten at u 40 noun stail) Sun I li-- Wtirn .Malila Hlicrcr. Scene My lady's chamber. Eunice, Helen, Roo and Lillian (sisters), recover- of lone or short siaiiilinj on will surely find re old at 50 ii and herb) use of I'.Uctnc lluter . It Penny's Druj; Store i per bottle at ivcry, ecd and r Sale .Stable 1 Ky. Route ! I Washington, Kill-- . l tr-- I . v I - K. THE N- -S 1 11 1 1 l , 4- vc. , e ! SO V !- - 4 Cas-sid- y ,i. ...... 1 j NEWCOMB n HOTEL. re-bie. j 13 3 V4 ,TT,( WOOD WALLAGE, I - V 4 , WALLACE E. VAttNON, Aitornuy ivtl.aw, - Kentucky.! Stanford, - - ibi. and arfn-n- c Will procure n ill'Ht" ,rl onrts f.f aopoul lOmcciver Mcivootm ftsssjp. ' countn and 1 the WP '.. ,f -- ..- WM1 1 t 0 Si o rt CD (5 W j IBLWfffllLi U ''A -- 1 rv o ft' TMfi JFt I. o IEgssssv wiBiBnBHHy w y., ri 3 g 5i s HEJffTMraR" n KmjMfKTwsiSxi B V-- l PWMWBWKT. ft H9VTSi "' ' i ' n ct- - .V.-- o, ZZ fo WSMMMStUON, u, LExracyrox, izx. ijM ' OTHERS FRIEND" Tfl LIFE n Helen And I. NOVELTIES IN JEWELS. Littlo Tot (discovered to lx) awake) I hope you'll settle it soon. I'm candy Gold skates studded with piecious hungry. stones make seasonable queen chain Voico of Brother Jack (from tho stairs) charms. Say, girls, have you heard tho news A small brilliant held between the about Will Edgemore? claws of an oxidized silver crab forms a Chorus (excitedly) No, what is it? new scarf holder. Brother Jack Ho has just announced A lawn tennis racquet with accom- his engagement to Tan Darling. (painful sii.kkci:.) panying balls, icpreseuted in gold, are Little Tot Gills, how nro you going nuw tirade into cuIT links. , to decide that pool? A plain buckle of diamonds, the (CONTINUED SH.r.NCE.) being composed of rubies, forms Little Tot (brightly) I'll toll you what tho l ion of a er attractive gold I'll do I'll ask him which of you unmc bracelet. nearest to getting him. A novelty in mooiistouo ornaments is Chorus (emphatically) Don't you over , a queen chain pendant, ball sljaiH-ddare to pcak of it ajrr.in. which consist onlh ely of small balls of Lillian I wonder why he paid us so this now ixipuliir stone. much attention Time mHnstone hentU stirroundcd by Voice of Brother Jack We lmve a dimiutitive gold balls and lepioHjnting.a great joke on him. Kan has made him thi.oe leaf clovtr, the stalk forming the promise to dance only with wall flnwors (rame, is a Uice pin of handsome npiui'-auctill they're married. Ha! ha! (ruKTiUEi: siuurcK.) bed. Chorus Let's go A new whim In the prevailing taste (UUHTAIN.) for vih jewelry is sImiwii in a bracelet of MuiHey's Weekly. small polished gold squares, half of which nut of white gold with a small WYutliei' Iiiillrutimii. diamond mounted in thocunler. JewelNickleby This winter will not le a er's Weeltlv. long one. . Squours How do you know? APHORISMS. "I just saw my oat watuhingamotwe." Theio is no dispute managed without "But what has that to do with tho a passion, ami yet there is scarce a dis- weather?" "Everything. It's a sign of an early pute worth a passion. To arrive at perfection a man should spring." Law lence American. hae er sincere friends or inveterate Vlllltttt MtMIIIN. cncmicH, because he would be made sen"You are going to star as Hamlet, au sible of his good or ill conduct either by the censuroo of the one or the admoni- you, Hicks?" "Yes." tions of the others. "And who is to support you?" -. No enjoyment, however "Mv wife; shu's rich." Now Yorlhie, is confined to tho present moment. Sun. A man is the happier for life from laving made, oticu an agreeable tour, or 'the AnslliiK Anaiilii'i. An angler wt by llio winter tiro lived for any length of time with pleasWhen only his wlfo was 11I5I1; ant Hiple, or enjoyed any considerable And lie bald to himself, interval of innocent pleasure. Did this eunnliiK old elf, "I'll t til 'em a whopplnn bl Hi, Not to leturn one good ufiicu for anA brilliant and Intricate lie." other ih inhuman, but to return evil for Tie leMaed hit, cliln on his nntsut hand, good is dianolical. There nro too ninny nilk)ntly lie stroked his even of this sort, who tho more they Tlien he j;atherel liU jieu. owe tin more tlny hate. There is nothHU ink botlks uitd tliun ing more dangerous thnu to oblige He slyly and knowingly lecrod A levr that was foxy nnil nelnl. KS)jile. for when they are conscious of not paying iheoebt tlioy wish tlte credHo KJzi-- aloft at tho csilln dark, Atxl Ihvti hn luokttil doun at tin) lioor, itor out of Ike way. St. IahiU cro--piece Roe So will I. uleilC) and con.lip-.tio- n A K Penny. lorihe worst forms ut dyspepsia, inJicestion. Hat Uuaranttcd and sold by Outfitter Men'stourth Avtnur, si 1 dan t Sleep NlRhts Is the complaint of thousands suffering lrmn asthma, consumption, cssui;hs, etc. Did you evr uy It Is the best pr Ur. Acker's Knellsli Remedy .uiition known for all lung troublos A SoldI on a R positive guarantee St 5c and 50c by Louisville, - Kentucky. MILLS. j , STANFORD ROLLER c) Wo Unn and Do Ousniniee I)r Ackers IMoo.1 KJlsir, tor it has fully demosiatretosl to the pecpl ol this coon lor rv thst it Is superior to all oilier It is a positive ) cure tor syphilitic blood diseases It purl wrepk ulcers, emptMMs poimc, d vhorouihly build up the ftc the wikI constitution- A. It. PMn bn prprtor. All persons wishing a pleasant life and well made at ideasrd wife let them- use Paiem 11 Kl.iuryour pro-''M for it SianforvJ Koll- -r Miurge and cerv ... if Ihey have not got It c 1,... 11 or art an o 'er from athem and .k. pleasant I will grnHtee get it at the Mill and hd. ! day Stanlersl 11 it pn Accommottutinfi Irom Olisrlllll and mterinrdk.1.' Ms. RickmeMd, Ky.. and prdnl ett ihe K v arrives at LetinnloN I m. m. Jails, es y cei nunuay aianioia reaip m lie sere llikeu read via X. N A M V T Co , I. D. r.t lime mrds, tickets, aod full informal a write or 1 all ou C. W . IRNKV. Kkrt A.eni V A HRil IIKKC. Trav Pass Agt I , MfllPHV C.enl Ps. i ' J 1) YA KRINi, I (IN id V I Lenirlot K.v 1 . esispt I .,n,....s...... (0 rs SliM,t(B,eBjf.n, Kentucky Central R.R. "Ul.r K CI UAH IstJI'TK THE SHORTEST AMD Krnin - i)toi dec-ora- A Duty to Yout'flolf. THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, v 1 t. It is surprising thstt people will use a common, ordmarv pill when ihey can curc a valua'.U Kng lieh eee (er thf same e.'Mcy Ur. Acker's Kugli.h I pills .irs a poslilse cuie for mc headache and a, :, eUy Ukcn bver troubles Ph-- v ere and dontHgriB,'. for sale by A H 1'eoO) QUICKEST RCUTE i Proprietor OBNTRAL KENTUCKY sown-m$- i FAST LINK HBTWBEK st. eu u. f raising phlegm, tightness lu the chest quickened pu'ae. chilliness in the fveniug or sweats at night o & all or any of these thaws are the first Ur Acker's hug Uh CcmRh Heine toitsuaipiion. and is sold dor will cure these fearful .yinpumw, K. Penny ulicbv piUve cjuurantee by A. dwelling Itousn'e, reiited at an avei-n- e He has recently ai'ded 10 11s t ixvintments yer . He oh tied, of $"J,KH) besides tenement bourns in untold number, and no end of real enUte i'toted to Livory Stablo A First-Clas- s bushic&a uses. rca.psl To accomitsoda' e tlie d'l lauds nf his furnish est - - That Terrible Cough l Inniculs transient pairm rs and nthers breathing Commercial Ira t In the inoruiusi, hurried or em-h- John Jacob Astor ownwl high- - No Hotel in Kentu ky ha. a b'lier rrp and 11 r .in-- t r . let- riniiic in I shall be maiotamed ; Pool and Billiard Parlors 1 1 LEXINGTON SCHKDULHIN gsSttth-ltosiM- & No t. CINCINNATI. NOV No. 4 Kj KKIUI 1 lti-- dinV-ul- POSTED. 'Ihisnotue fuiewaru hunter.. hbermMi nasi others not to tresp.s on our lamls wiihout tier t pr.iseiuted to the mission, as all such wnl extent of the law .vgncd I'rKO D HOPPKR. T I HIIX. ! lull-cu- I)rtigil. Are active, effective and pure For sick headof appetite, bad ache, disordered stomach, l complexiDUand biliousness they have never been either in America or abroad Tor sale b) equated A K Penny, Druggist A continual coughing is very knrw.ying to per tcnn silting near vcti 111 any kind of :i leathering; betides, it is ot great damage to the throat and luBirs and is exceedingly dangerous ai thu season of IVggs' Cherry "fine year One.hslf bottle ordinary cough, and Cough S)rup will lehuvean) this remedy costs to more than tho inferior grade "that are thrown on the markets to toll at enormous profits. A H Penny, Drugft- . Dr Acker's English PUIb j M McROimitlS.jl!. M S. liAUGIlMAN, S. II iiicon-idcrn- MRS. IIENRV IIAUOHMAN. A ItnllX W HOLMES. T. PKNCH. (' C. PAKHISH. I IIAVDKN. A Dr P W. LOO AN. 1). V. IIOl.Ml JOSH ADAMS PIIII.Ur.RT KICHAKDm I ft. SIcKlNNKY. II. W OAINKS JOHN G LYNN, Mrs. SAMFORD IRWIN. Mrs AI.ICK TUCKER SHANKS. H. IIAUOHMAN. Daily 10 a m' I 00 P m 1 Ii pn. LvcCeoet .nati . a as) s iiy p iu m Lee Cosil'tisvis.. I 45 I.ve Pnhw uh. . 1 44 4M P II M a ; j p m 5 40 p no Arr I'ari. 11 CO U Arr Llvinc"-- ' p in jo 1. m I.ve Paris.. li 4' p in 6 mi j m Arr With. of I' ! I ru 0 T jo Arr ltichmoii " 4 Arr Lancaster i nm SO Arr Stanford. L I.ve Richmond P in Arr llerea. 05 p m I Arr I.lvin.tlee . P K. Sun rx s, Nn ft a r !'; ' M ee-i- Noilh Itovnd i.ve Livingston. I.ve llerea Arr Rkhinend... I.ve Stanford . I.ve Lancaster . Arr Richmond. . I.ve Richmond Arr Winchester Arr Pan I.ve Lexington . I.ve Paris Lve Falmouth Arr Covington. Arr Cincinnati S 11 No 5. a in .Vt ' J to 4 10 15 a 111 a in 00 a m 10 - 7 4 10 is) 1 R. B. GEOGEGHAN. succrhoit to THE HATTER, s 00 40 05 Deputy Shci ill' Forsyth, of B urbon, says tjiat O'Brien was the 17th man ho hnd seen hum.'. If yeu or .my of jour family should happen to be fnghitull) burned or .elided, whut hnse )oii in tho hiML.se to alleviate the pain until you can 1,'et .1 iilivsician? A box of slicngs Herman Salve at hand in times like this would s.ivo .1 world ot sufdoctor bill, a it has n fering and oftcntimcH equal in cases of this kind, .is well iw indamnunon of all kinds A It Penny. Druggist 11 M'MIOHAEL, 511 ems in 7 00 1 45 Pm m a .1 p ni Si 4 ia in J 5 16 p ra 5 4" P m to J5 6 in p to $0 p tn 104J a mj 6 38 p u a 1 JO a p p p p p p am m rn in 6 10 7 III J '5 4TH AVTCNUE. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. & Ma,.v.llea, .0 n. a'mand ' ,'o, "p'm." fo The Nobbiest Most Stylish No 43 10 45 am 1 j Stock ol leavee'lxingtomonc except Sunday S a,., : -- . .... GASTRONOMICAL TID BITS. "Of a bout Aftor palninn nml trout, I'll jtire Via sonw uugliiK; lore. Siiio lovely ami lying old lore." AslioKald- er calloused lumps or meuiisiic iruin nurses aavr J50 Warranted the .o.t wniiderlul blemish cure l l'esn), druggist, cverknown Sold b Sui.lord, K) English Spavin remove all hard, soft HI F.v - WAKES.oTHDMr """S&THER spinach croquotes art a dolioaoy. V i.ilifornia beet weighed 1T1 pounds. A machine tt I lli breuo. He GH!LD,sHbno5R LE55EN5 rWINurFR DIMINISHES BRADFiaDREaiWTORCajSANTAOA , has been invented for but- - Sp- -n .honern and high teat are tho leadinj; ladn. . A "hiead tniht" is buying up tlio lu- Kiuvs in l)ndin. Green is daily eupplietl to San Franci is b Hotel Mail roto and ho wrote, u solid hour, uife ull the uhilo Kitting by. Wry curtain, howorer, Tluat her liubhy, ho clover, Wim worliuj up some nortd Ik, SiNiio m lid and tuctra vacant llu, HIh DRUNKENNESS IT-- In 1 all tho World cure, Dr. Haines Golden Spoclfic. an lie eiven in a ol le.i or cotfee -- THE LIQUOR HAD tboro Is but ono er brought to the city ol Louisville, now open including- the world-rtuowned AT 9 HATS lorol."rsrJ,he.N f ton and Cincinnati and Lfeinr.t.,n t sVT.. s iPm nati7am; exeilit I rain Notes y jTxc&r .No Cinetawil. 1 N- ' l'a.,.,ou,h S.indav' "' C,nc,n 1 SZTVy " ' Whfii w.dilc uly tho old nicn ro up Urlc With looks that n en) w Uen and cold. "Wlmt'H tho matterr" cried h. The deure"' wUd "I'm eerululy fst crowlnp old E ery W I its think of "s been told." 1 !; I I - The Amerlcau Angler. cup without It the knowledge of the person taking it, effecting a speedy and penn.vnunt cure, whether the patient is a moderate uri iker ur an aiconoiic wreck. have been cured who Tnousands ol drunkard have taken the Golden Specific in their coifce believe ihey without their knowledge, and quit drinking of tlit-l- r own frcuwdl. No luirnifu-- I cited results irom ita :ilmininr.itijn Cures guar-- j antecd Send for circular and full particulars Ad dress in confidence Oii-iksrtci K C.. ifj Ilace Street Cincinnati, O y KHOX cv JO HHB.STETSUN SCO'S. Andaliomy own tmportition of English Halt and Caps An elegant line ol Canes and Lyon'i Fine Celebrated Umbrellas always on hand. Station cSncinnati. mak,n points North. East " ,.,, . "HI W." ','"' ""s--s? ",f , -- uenveep Wmche.l.. ' uJ,ns for all -. H.'lL ..a'v?0:UU" -- SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, Gloves aud other Furs, n specialty Orders out side of city solicited, perfect satiifactlor (;uaran teed Don t tail to order a NOHI1Y II AT Uiv 1 Tvlln.aMVr A,, Lexington, Ky U.K. H UN 1 1 - Co. Nt.V.isj 7 - . rJnc,n'. eel lanager. GENERAL OFKICPJS Chamber of I . mmerc e llu,ldrtlg Cincinnati, ',' Cincinnati o' 0 'aVisWi -- ifc.