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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890031401 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 14. LS90. NO. 4 rv WAYNESBURG. CRAB ORCHARD. The Brautlts of Southern California. McKINNEY. Mar. :. 'W. Pnmikna, Cm... Joint M. Dt'lunv. wild luw been in The tirevnletii'e of memOes has com- I beg leave to s.iy that it was not, uiipre- - Illinois for about IJU years, is among old pelted It. I'kwi IsTr'moic-Owingto- the Uf D.ivls to discontinue his the fault of your correspondent that his wilil. or rather cool, weather. f,i,Mi.ls again and seems to enjov himself school torn time. letters did not reach the I. J. until the Uho thermometer raiely goes below Hi i ,.v. is tu. .ht violinist in' -I- lev. James Itiee will preach nt the day after publication, but was caused by for Southern California, v.eUtioniH not Kentucky and has no trouble to get ev ) Crab Orchard Haptist church next Sun-nethe trains not making connection at ho far advanced as usual at this time liryj)0(v l0 iM,n W,L. ,u, p.iy l)iy nt t1L. U8Ual hour Junction City, thereby making a delay of year, but the last fom or live wain. -- Miss Sue Huehanan's school in the of one, day at that place in the mail. No. 7, while passing over Ksh- uiul sunny days have brought itnul won- j,,j; Creek trestle, knocked an unknown Walnut Flat vicinity closed last Fridnv, Miss MittieCrow is visiting her sisderfully and nearly all fruit trees tire in ,,, (1n jIoillay and killed him, or after a most satisfactory term. ter, Mrs. J. T. 1 locker, of l.exiugton. Idoom. Flowers have been in bloom all n,ther the fall of 100 feet killed him. It, Mrs. J. II. Stephens has purchased Miss Pearl Tabler has returned home ' MiMiigin the open air. and strange as it jH impossible to learn the imrtieulars nt Miss Alice Hardin's stock of millinery from a six weeks' visit at High Uiidge. may seem the fronts have injured only this wiiting. Train No. I had just pass- - and will open a shop at her home on C. M. Adams and sister, of near Stantwo or three of the more tender species. , amj ,i( 10, vxnvt .Ul0tlii'r to fob Spring avenue. ford, aro visiting the family of Mr. ii. I reckon that no place in the I'nited ow M, ,.u,,.y. -- Marshal V. T. Saunders is confined U. Fair. Miss Nora Ward, of Lexing,,, ,,rof Kry.s w.,.onii ,.xniination to his bed with heart disease. .Mr. Mart States can compare with this in the vari- -' ton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A. ety and beHUtyof its tloweis. In town, Miss Clara (i.irrettson made a general Smith is dangerously ill of pneumonia at Hamilton. Farmers complain that the) everybody plants them and they gro't average oflK), II . S. Young was second his home near town, cold weather has damaged the wheat the year lound, blooininu every month, M.st m.,kjK jou in matheinaticH and n j Uev. Milton Elliott will preach at considerably in tins section. while in the country the ground is liter- xl.m.M averse of NJ. Willie (.arrett- - the Christian church Sunday morning The birthday party given by Col. idly covered with wild Mowers of every nn KOt -- s nn,i 8t.vi.ra otwrH t.H, than ' and night. That church has now a new Bibb. Tuesday eve, in houor of his conceivable color and shape. .Stanford 7Several missed the examination on pair of noiseless doors, I grandson, It. W. Walker, was greatly en ladies would go wild if they could see all .,m,iml 0f jrkrie.ss and high water. The Hon. J. 11. McCreary has remember- - joyed by the young folks of the neighexamination was real tough and the tni-- 1 ed his loval constituents hereabout with borhood. Notwithstanding the inclemthee beauties of nature. It is a tare tiling to see u feme in tali- - ,,iM al ,id well. Prof. Fry will soon be new varieties of garden peeds from the ency of the weather there were about v"t,,y ,v6l tom., loruin. Cypress hedges aie often grown r,.n,m,,,i H OIH. f agricultural department. 'JO couples present and all seemed to encu town lots, hut as they do not eiteiid ,114 j,, lm. wunly A ymn,u .uly (rom To you. We need and must have joy it to the fullest extent. About 10 sill annum, lliey aiioru no protection Wnym Minnr. who is intendlm? Cal.lwell ! ulmt von own im. I will u.r. nntv n o'clock an elegant supper was served, afns teiiecs. The truth is that they are not (;,,.,.e t D.uiville, m.idu the highest few days and all accounts not paid will ter which the company returned to the needed. No hogsof any conse.picncoare K,.WTit avenge 0f any pupil in that be placed in the hands of 0. P. Newland parlor and enjoyed themselves till a late raised, corn being too high. Fowls aro w.,oo nt the .lanuary examination; C for collection. Chadwick & Armendt by hour, when they returned homr, nil always kept in cornds. Ilorsenand cows, the lowest mark she got on every W. 11. Armendt. joining in thanks and praises for the UNEQUALLED OPPORTUNITY .,n ar j j, For Investments. THE MT. VINCENT ADDITION -- -( TO- ' tj. -- A- - 1 Natural Gateway Through the Mountains and a Sure Gateway to Wealth. -- Attk.vtiox Laihes' when put togians. nrt- - tied witn long j,mneh. About April very pleasant time they had spent. ropes to stakes and moved whenevei it A Valley of only Six Hundred Acres of Land, where all the surround-in- " wt ,sl w Crab Orchard an IH' niu'c HBr Ph,r A Correction. is neccivsaiy, or are attended by Ikjvs. No elegant line of millinery goods, i o .hr i.u.tor .,f n.r lm.r.or j..Uri,. i wealth of everv kind must be brought o be utilized. To the I'.ditor of the Interior Journal. in. iri- st k tlmn is needed is kept, on Mar. II. -- We have bad mg of new spring hats, bonnets, ptice of all kinds of i omit of the high PaistI.uk, Mar. it!. The following The dav is not tar distant when everv foot of Land in this Duautiful ice and n "cold wave." during ll,iM' ""lions, etc. Mantuamaking tee.1. appears in trie last itirnnionu iiemster Don't buy your the (;umberlnnd was "out on a Irttiieiit attached. little Valley will be worth twenty times its present value. I'p to iccently mails have betin very occiined in Dinelli's Pin(mt are coining in all right tear." Some Iidumjs "down ii: the liot- - spring otilill yet. nut wait ami sec my irregular, Those who desire to et in in time to ing Itooins on Monday which resulted in touts." in the vicinity of the old ran-- ' l,,,w bU"'k- Jspeetlully, Mm. Hannah now. Ini i; ail to sav. i never Knew uo the cutting of James Martin by Joe P. ioapreciate the l.vrmtiuR JutavM till track were completely submerged. On- "V1"' t Aiinur .ener nas renieu oi j. i F.tnhry. Persons who were in the room . got so far away. i..i. f lX)S luiimiMi ..hi. Iv t hee i iimexsof Miinii nf in nttiiiik .nni . . were former-wit- h at the time say that the two men Many were weighted Chailwick the corner great interest to Its coming. "It ih like could be seen. ly occnpiwl by Armendt A Chadwick, sitting at separate tables. When .Marailroad iron and 'others cabled to SHOULD- h letter from home." Tliw last issue took "ml ui" movo this week his stock of rtin, who was under the influence of flit continent, fadtenings to secure them from limiting mil) six day to croes discovered Kmbry he beiMii to use W. A. Carson is rltting wh when the waters rede. So little drills thereto. lieMtiug it lormer time by a day or two. has been done with the horse here "P a room in the Harris building, where hiirsh langiume about some former busi- Tin- WfAtUiuuil Orel Imiils that is tlu1 an emporium for the "es-- , ami then Minted toward him with ' Oi"' sine mv lust letter tint! nntliinc nf in. 'o lllllll tlii'.ucli train aie not u time inun- - .i wm "ourooii aim oni rye as soon as a pistol. Fmbry drew his pocket knife, Now is the time to get stock in the Hell County Coke and Improvemill lie said of them now. .it. v a week, if as often. Tliey are usu F.l Itio Kcv bus at last amved and is a llu town council gives him the privil- - knot feed Martin's pistol up and went to ..... itml It J .. 1. td KlllkikKbl. limited amount is all taken. Remcmbar there is ' work. The result of the ditlleiiltv was ment Co., before the He will run w biUiard-rouigrwtt lonkinu' horse. I, .r.a inn .L'ii nil i i From his kwks. "P".. , - i. ' , iiiiikiii-ui-i-i.i.. n " I'll" V" lllrTthe cutting of Martin's hand, the thumb nb' Si 25,000 of this stock for sale. Hiinl ton he "ectiou with the liar, far enough behind awav Imck Fast to s being almost severed, ami a slight wound Mf- - J. A. Newland will in all should win in most any company per-- ; ' Write to Sam M. Owens or to mc at Stanford, Ky. This .stock will their right to the trark. and have to shoulder. Neither wound was e in the ho will" I le was "certainly n great ""Hlt.v be appointed to the niilroud pay you Si 25 for every Si 00 invested now. inn bv telegmphlc unliM-s- they general . hint year in his form. L',v m'r,, ma,,, uiint by her liusbiind'.s dangerous and Martin left for home the Iv keep getting further and further be-imorning. brother a erent demise. She is an applicant tor the following JT. lu to .' So is bin in. until they The above does me a very gross injuswe understand, and is being backlooker In sue and development These ' late. i.ourti General-Managm1 l,.v wveral Hell Co. Coke and Improvement Co. good railroad men. On tice and for the benefit of my wife's relaI'.isiuleii.t is uottnl for its larue churcii bones will t'ive ocr.usion for "rinich to many of the estem roada there are fe- tives who live in your countv and the i ..1....I.. ....... ,. nrint aliout them hereafter. Some fear UHl'll'l.llH I". v.....i ."Mill rn'i,iii.ij .'" ' .x. . & very many friends I have who live in piwuhlng. The North- - are entertaineil that Kl iCio Hey will lK male operators and agents and the I.. and N. Co. could not better show its appre- - the country in which your paper circuand a "roaie." and not without grounds. ru Methodists and PresbvU-riau! mill pin my faith to Kentucky horses ciation of her husband'.s lengthy and of- - lates, would like to give the plain facts, l niversalistsan.H'ongregationahstHhave so they may not be misled so far as my tUient service than by continuing the luniHiilWiit rlnm-l- bmldiugs and large and think them ,ual to any from any cliiuc-- o! the Nime age. Kverv day tlutt emoluments of the otlice to her. She is connection with the all'air is concerned. KKK'I" SPECIFIC lurct all blood dmuM.-- such jsScrolula, Llccr, 1'implc. Ulcerated Throit Protestant tongreu-atiun- s On Monday March 7 in company with White Swelling, Syphilitic dieaeii In alt its t.i?t.-- i. Necrosis, Arc. Price Ji per bottle. .low u -- trongvralloplng can be done is now ea- - a most estimable lady and competent we I pleasant to uke of all the Iron tonics. It cure Dyspepsia ilenomin ition is representwl. even I started to Rich- it HAVIS' IKON IHTl'ERS the mot reKul.ttcthe lier and unpjrts new entrg)- - to the muscles appetite, enriches the blood, from early presume to conduct the aflairs of the two of my neighbors, Rixes a t.. the i tinkers These last, contr.irv to P'rly sehed and the track and nervous ystMl. Price Si per bottle. mond. WhHe on the cars of the K. C. n.eimiu.uu ui GAI'LIKF'S WORM SVRUP i mjiac of the thfir iimfisi(iii ami teachiiivs. lire all morning iniiii aiieruoou is iiveiy wnu ltjiujkuivcameiww. saw and heard the dis a short distance from my house wreck ical iirofesMon amt thrrcfore recoqimendi itelf bestis worm killers and expellers known to the med-a! It plcaaut to take, safe and reluMe. i'rice o and horse Nunc aie iroing a little fast, but Ki.lit no. ami brotberlv love has given OCClirrcd, Which delayed US Until it was '"oaTuVi'S MAONF.TIC ril.LStor all Iner Complaints Iintuired Ii.nestion, .Siuk Headache. ' tinguished editor, Mr. Watterson, on startling. ..I- -. .. i..i.i..L-..rin1-. imi'lcbitiiiL's and the t ientpcroo .unjv.itii.irti. A Blue Kyes lllly in the "Money and Montis." He is not what very late. When we got to Uichmond Ac.IMIIUIiU lilll'U org.uiiwi- lUi ftl. ' tut-.iiir uj .v I.k. The Catholics have no I invited lee- - it was time to take dinner. u consummate orator. His Methodists have Lincoln stuhh'.s hns done the best half, we call The Southern hi.n Ky. my two friends to dine with me and went WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., I pleased ami delii-hteasniall rongrcgalion, but no church, and mile done hurt? ytt litl it imsily an. lure, thouirh it playfully in three seionds bettor than failed to arouse in us the enthusiasm to the Diuini; Kooms of Mr. Pinclli. As worship in one of the halls. They .ox- .......I.1...-..1..- . if I. (. lli.il ..I. It... ..1 u....ll.i. wo entered the door I noticed seated at nuum. SA.X-- E "IiyHIIIlg CISC IIIIS SllOWU. lilWKiiini Illll SJie ISiH "" lntni.!llf..l ii tl'SM.1.1 i.i'i t to commence tllC trfCtJOII Of l,uur,y '" U)r,n I,,r nicuiir nearly as ies. inosi. woo iiueo u iiusseo one oi the first table 011 the left Messrs. .1. 1'. SalvM-biiili mi! this vear. I'he t Intrv olfer my tri I'njpcn- situated at Kincsvillc, gooil as she will get. Yet it looks extra the hest tiuu ot tlieir uvo. tor Ins wit, I'mliry and John I. Harris. Lincoln . nty, Ky , .it aliarK.1111 if sold at omr, tiou Army has uichtly Hirelings. They I motioiivMl my fiiends to the loiitainiii), 10 ro.mI rocrnt; nil necessary outbuild-iiiKtlr$t ta- Lot on Main Street in Stanford I" wisdom, his exteiisiv- - uud varietl .Vl A ipleni'id plaic to open suite wlus.l.7 drum up their rowil with n Imiss drum. tothof w ho do not take thw fait.s into knowledge of events and personnces run- - ble on the right. We took our seats and has lietti oted back in the county: or I will exContaining i i i ivte- from Ios i msidenition. iiinliiy they were W I M.CVRTV change. Ad.lr. Kinssulle, Ky 107 'f llwrneilu few davs since1 tlmt the der all hiK.uttoranws extremety fncina- - while waiting for ourdiunei, Mr. Kmbry ugulcs and liuld services in the street, 51 Land, Acres What astonished us most was the aro-- e from his seat ami approached ours, Coneregmi colt oldi ottt of the down, ladies and All, in the In Crab Orchard pike of .SuiUdine, is one of the rltieot ' beggarly army of laes t hut greeted him, and commenced conversation witji mo middle of the street, to pray Hun looko told Columbus Buggy, nearly now, und town itKe UiUonl. too : lu la: : in regard to a debt he owed me. colte to be siten find bids fair to make a l.k- .Hirviug tilings n little too far, hut him that I was willing to settle by his several Chairs 2 Rockers. Im:: .. ......,.-.-..irrl tUtt.lHi2u tt !.! I ii.su. Ki. . . way tlmtcomu not, h t ,.. rea.hsouLs tl.at own books nod at the .same time that I ' ' If the land is not ld it will h fur rent ror to haw ; f l.,t.,rnedfroiudelith.M..oHfl.brtheo.IrrvMol)e,asnoonudtoe.yori , W11. information appK u w l" or K, owed him for two loads of sugar cane and "'iI K W At. ION Ion, htanforu that I wanted to pay that also. I , )..t hk. ,..perfc, ground ..mm He said IMV this week, but did not go to k his him how much it would be. ist.se far as J AILE6 J aA K. f,lir of anot,ier rtre. Mis. :r. $4. I told hiur all right, ho could take and jack rabbis are enemies of I l. ..,, h u , the other Itlair has returned from the bedside of out $10 if he wanted to. lie then turn t ,.,, (ali.ornia UusUnd.na.i. It some- J 'P.t s mt Q, d Ami wvnt into the front confectionery fcw XP eMo.mina.e nljl l,..lHHt...,e,eeryt.. ,,llv rm.verinK. Mr. Joe store and in a shoit time returned with DvsirniLtn ii'iit the Hotel I. names., I Will l'i 'evenil of the Tonnossee Ihw mukeis Thin id done by a huge, tin- rahbitri. Coll'ey, of I'snville. was here Monday aslllHll illiy liOOk III llib left hand ami his pruaulymy Hotel in H.nt.inville, in. .in nape 11. .1 a . . . Iv. It is roomy anil in row of men and boyt, eucoiiip.iKtiiiL' were out Saturday evuuiiig to tie the "Mpuiiug" the. palms of his former UK'ii oumi 111 ui.s uvLTi-im- i iiuckci, aim good room tor a bar It mil lie a tine pl.lt f..r . boiler-All day Sunday a throng was mostly infected and driving tlu- an-tnnnty is no longer prohibi ion townsmen. Mr. Kb Higgins, the baud- - commenced the coiivensation on the sub- - business, aa. ;hr 4111I .t t I here is l.iitry lwents r.1.1 1'ic them uUo an open corral, intute of woven comitii: and going, bad as was the weath- .oine and popular representative of a ject again, when told him that I would ble attached ii;c the plend!dl) is built for Imry location ' er. .Sjvnr.il .sUtbles from New UrluaiiH i including hiuinesi. .Ml ..:n . i! !.: ..........1 ,....,.. 1.,.,.. iiiij. not settle the matter then but would de- and breeding department in good repiisheds, cribs wire, in hhiie of the letter V, except 1.0111.SYIIII- - 111111, t Anyone inn ,. will arrive here next week , , .Mtinpnih good tii.it .there is it nen at the aimle. Then to do wishing fer it, when he drew his knife and com-- ' will d ti to callinilla the nextplate days butino ill ivv7 un uiwiiii-- i mi.i urn 11.11117 Am de10 .Mating dimt connections in Central Union deell v. I...M tlu. mn ilmi.r.. in. tpiiners arc complaining of the bad uri'iv merchants. Mrs. Sue Cherry, o1 me pot for menced cutting at me. I backed nil the termined to ll and someone will get a birsjnin The meeting nt Itirin- - our .. 1.1 nml uliiv ill. .in weather there i bl.icVsmiili shop un premises and iht. best (oil i.i...i..ia b II" I' 11, lllllll. Hl.C, Kw " '"' J llrodhead, ruturuud homo Sunday, after time, endeavoring to keep off" his blows, stand in ton Chicago, Muhij;aii I'cintt, St l.oins, .Mempnis wu. mmiic!. un a' "'" 1) lluffalo, Clet eland, CAKI'EN EU, Detroit, right and left. This is a cruel proceed-Call on or address few days' sojoumlwith her sistor, Mrs with the above results, and I think that Indianapolis and tho West, Ky. dis- Hustoliulle, .. i...iiii.tl.....iilvwtv to net rid of 'Hpnng-- if spring will ever come and New Knjjlaud, Canada, liiery I' S Will alt... sell .ill 01 :itfpurtnf II. Hilton. .1. II- !iutchitiou has re- - 1 came out exceedingly well, as the pn-- 1 J. 111,111. uitll tlil tmriiiti the nuisance. Jack rabbits are much "I 11111 leavinir," tlomau only weighs between .U)0 and :'2't rij;. and horses OHUgrated to I IlieVllle It seems to one nf thw .lim,.,.M il.i ...- will bell at pnbln. auction un faster runners than tho ordinary rabbit, " from Nashville to Sinn ford is of said he to vonr scribe, "the (.iarden of pounds. lURiMtore, l'lntad.lpiii... W.isliiiuli.ii, and it takes the best dogs to catch them. railroad llarrndtbiirg, 1'rank.fort. Ky The reason refused tosettle with him' Friday, Mareh o.trreti oeseri. ivteii ami Sioiuu 10 I tn..l,i 1890, DiiicLesi time in IK(iINIA. Shortest and limn. 11111irtiilii.. Kiilinioittl, ...t'.V .... ," ...... . .Irt ..I. IllIll iHiinih' llimi I..II..11 lllllll As I was walking out several evenings Mr. .Ino. at that special time was because I was (Quickest line to retailing lliiior then why not take Here's success to 'iuianyliow since a dog jumped one near ine and I newly arrived from Madison, engaged eating my dinner and entertain-- ' A lot ..I stO'U, consisting ..f head m He.re,j Curtis, but strong nice, never saw u prettier cluibe, but rabbit steps to secure it? There is I ml., is at his father's. Mrs. .loan Davis, iug my friends and I did not think it a one , pxxJ styled roailslcrs, j h.mhI family horses, soar old horse by Wclcbmonl, one feeling here itiMiust th.tt huge imposin good ways ahead. horse colt by snnie, 3 (jood broml m.ire; l.ivury lame out Solid Trains, lm;saci cars, smoking cars and uee liuclnumu, of Kuoxville, is visiting proper time to make n settlement of busneu and j as Onttit, iiiclmlinif j jji.o.1 Himie-- . tion, the I. . & N. The legislature-'- .n with A very natural question for a tender lier mother mill sisters at the old, old iness all'air.s. And so faras my being unSpring W,iun, Xoodasnew; llackn, ariis,tew shoats und coathes. I'ullnian ISoudoir sleepers ttiroui;liMuritl- llirniini'hani. out sh.llilie iia Ch.ittali.Oi is asked to extend tho corpo- lioin e place. ,Vt ; good Mill. Ion und a foot is, "Where are, the vines fioin which session maLiiit drrett connections en tome for Knos- lan der the inlluenco of liijuor to tho extent llntiseholdand Kitchen Furniture limits extensively and one member sille, Ashtnlle, l.vnthburi; aud Mints in the U S CAKl'l M'Klt. Ilustoiiulle fcucli delicious Tokays, Muscat and other rate Hv 11111,1.. Mr. 11. 1. Knglenian has tlmr I would attack a man, as the RegisHe red nn ameudmeiit to embrace, n part 1.1.:.. o ...i mu letter) 01 grape- are k"iul'icm uumbiuii been on a week's it to lier father, Mr ter in tide would lead the public to beA vvi.i . .. Al'ib.nnii. ...... !.. ... nf (ienreiil uiul - " -- " . 7. , ,, ,, t.x1Cl.teil bo,,,,, to lieve did, is simply untrue and I most pen ,,,st every year .in r .. . .. "," ' ,Ills. A. Utxrrt!t ! At Chattanooga for iIanU, Columbiu., Wilmiu; 1" n seen any wuere. iney me cm on uiiun .lie .. Aujuita, Macon, Saiannah, Ci. II. Swiuebroad returned from ' emphatically ileny any such statement. ton, Charlototi, 1 . .1 well Till' u'lient. teliii'li hum well .... ..1 .1 ...... ..... ml. "' ...... ..... ......., . 11111 ...... llruusuiel., Lake Cii). lboiiia.villca.nl Fl.OItl-1)11.. Hi uinmii ni Till. 111 .... .. 1...1 :....,. :. .... 1.. .. :.i. ' "" ll l0W U,,K ?"uo "'" " , """ """'" "ll" ,.:,i ixiilits. nml burned. In the spring they put out vanccd and promising until this last cold The only lint- lunmnir solnl tralBK with chottu will .ell H asiiic Mild my farm to J r I i.li, l f swk' the sub- - otal disregard of fac s or to excite l I'ullimiu lloutlo.r er I'alate Sleepmc Curs In Jai.k my personally un lne, inuies on produce mufch weather, is thought to be killed or b.idlv und grow 10 or It! feet and he sympathy lor J. . I.inbry. at Hr,Kl,tV School-l.ous- e siiinillc williout thinje lor an cliorwssen-crso- r and fruit about out of the .pies- - Herl,.tloi. liner grapes than if allowed to continue youni, of .Mi. JamAIuitix. inr.e "'der the Miperv.s.ou DcHtur, Selma APKI1, 90,' Flnreme, and Monioiiicry. Huni.ville, points Memphis and AKKAN'hAS growing, Mid then too tho expense and tion. Strawberries, grown near here, u line, lias 1101 iniriy in, out. aud nunkest to Anniston Selma, Mowere op the market before the freeze nt Shortit troiibluofkeepingupnrborsaro dispensed Consistin; lVople who find it embarrassing to bile Direct tonneitions made at NI'.W (itie.ss now they were the bids fair to be an interesting institution, 2."ic per quart, Two stallions brood inar. J vgid mule. ; ivitl.i.ut omnibus transfer for Cilvetsn, with. Tho stumps are sometimes more learllli; im,U., . wtanlini; in, le ioIu and in the near future. Col. I.. K. Hubble, Krtonu the necessary tlutv of introduc lloil.tull, Xl.slill. Sii.kxi k. "last of tho season." hcrsc tolls, cattle j;od milk tour.. At than a foot in diameter and have been the Middlesboro money devil, was here, lug folks may liud the following incident TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. xl known to produce crops for20years. The 150 bushels of extra Mrs. Jennie Itright and her interesting and the mode worthy of 75 barrel of corn From a boy's composition in the New this week. alxnit mo wheat. ij bushel' of threshes! out Vn k.l.iir. to me is that they don't ureal wonder Herald: "A hen is nu animal daughter, Miss Lou, still contemplate no-- union. Three darkies met en route to l.rtts ot ha) the bacon and lard of 13 hu and The only through line to .la, kMMi and ohiiic. turns Miss Shnveport l.a., makine direct this contiiAial cutting back. so bushels of Intli mt.Hos. die from without omnibus transfer for Dallas Fort Worth. made by a Creator of the universe, ing to Middlesboro to run a boarding- - church, and one of tliuin, 111 the suavity I'aso and (wintsiu San Antonut, with I am uoimr out niciitcing ubisadiicc and which is covered with feathers and has n house, just as soon as they etui secure a of self importance in her extended ai All kmds at far:fiinE im4mcnts in nil larpenter's Aostiu ... ...i ... .1 ui j u. ,.,, T , 4 J.hursx wukohs, bUcVsn.llh , uie , my lain lorn ami lainuj suitable huililini! for tl.at purpose. The (piaiutnuce, sitl to her lriends: "Mr. kc, At A full outfit for hoae kicpiif TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. of the Mi'rm .miure. imuiei emi incliiilinii tsFr)tbin in th.- ltmhild and Mr. Hell; Mr. Hell, Mr. Thompson, l"or Ui r.Hiuli rails correct touatj maps and full Lm bin I .ruitiirr line niiiiicH isn't it'.' Hut the weather is when she is tired and then she stands on sunlight bus shone gently into the iiuiet mlormatlvn call on Aicenl at Junction Cllv. K.y., I and eats corn her bill. Whuii makes you acipudntcd 111 nu .!.' .... ....... warm the grass Kreen and nil the -condi ,i one linn ...... ........ with alia ililien In Ini .lomicilo of .1. .1. Wilmot again - in the Thompson. ..li ii.ftr or address . riv.-r.i.l 'i ' w- iv , ... t Im ..v,.. fcillu ilnit'ti ulm r .1 i 1....Ilni.. ,,..,.,u ...... .. ,., l.emnstun. iromy with one notlier, un I hope you will lr,at amoui.t n.etiu uiiiikoii-- i -t tlOHS thai UllIKe IIIOSO occasions inciinuui, ...v im Pass. l .Wt., KDWARDSK" ' in..nii,s sn lays tlown she lavs down .ircSCIUniKlll oiniioun-HAKVEV catuer was never piei and when she ur nn'seill repass, an' be rccompeusatcl. ' ".'V' .".IirV, "M 'TasHU"' C C. to sot. 1 he hen's eggs are good to ont' A mother nnd her seven childien puss an ( C CI tier than that we've hud siuce spring set unless they have been set on." IMtM.i.l-lph- ia Ky. .. Tunes were roasted to death at Montreal. T. H. Wai.tox. jIK I consist-Nfciin.ltrim-sno- - -' 1 - - store-room- REAP THE BENEFITS ' - i r-- - STRIKE AT ONCE! S. HUGHES, 11 V I n im-on- - ' ata - .h prob-hap- ayen-liore- . two-yesiro- two-year-ol- d 1 le, er - fsmiday-scli.K.- 1 s 1 The Great Remedies , kt-i'i-i i j N.Kirl-eve- ry ' 11 -- 111U iw ' Williamsburg, H- ti-- n 11 FOB, For Sale or Exchange. I - 1 1 1 . -2 (2-ve- kni-elint- ! d' - ,,.,,. - - . 1 - a , I , J" . nr '- -' of 11 I ..! '" 1 - .... ,, i). - h; 1 ,,,,,, ,,..,.,, lJ iii-i- c - C" I FOB Si.XE. I first-class -- PSW 94111'iSilO iiEMifiSe?v.SS') M,c.-t(UJ(K-oCKKArjnc- ! - Hotel and Iivery Stable. I . , . .... "mmi&mmi ' 1 ud Sta-an- d I lot-a- 11.1 1 111 1 ".. 11. 1 - 111 1 " New York, Hostoit. I 1 1 I ! 28th, 7 11 WKW aDMiriiliSAIy, AViR-lDJL;(.VAvcJ- ... ... - ..... 111 1 vi-- , 1 PUBLIC SALE I . 1 1 1 1 ' -"" ""-"-- " A l:l ''-'tii.- - ,,ub-injure- 1 iijii-ue- Tl'ESDAY, , liJK's'-ili- f i, i . b imi-Yor- k 1 , , to-da- y V'.l 1 1 1 t.l, -- - I .,, 1 1. . 1. 1 - v. " X "ir c- v I .vt JamiE Haiiois will assist in the defense of Charley Kincaid and thinks g there will be no great dillieulty in the f.ict that hu was driven to do Makcii 14, 1890 what he did. It seems tu us that the Stanford, Ky. Hon. Phil H. Thompson, Jr., ought to embrace the chance to pay a debt of F gratitude by volunteering hislegal assistance in the ease. When he killed his mart in Mercer county, Kincaid came DEMOCRATIC TICKET. valiantly to his rescue and hid reports of Icr County JuJcf, THOMAS V VARNON the trial for the Courier-Journwere re- " County Attorney, JOsK I'M H I'AXTON; niarkable for the studied ellbrt to show " County Clitic, (tKOKltr- B LOOI'rk. that he was entirely justifiable in slay- " Sheriff, J N MENhlTK, ing Walter Davis. Thompson has now a Jailer. SAMIKK M OWKNS; ' Astcxor, t. I). c'mnce to show his apprecieution and' I M.CI.All fcup'tof Coramon vchool., give one good turn for anothei. Purveyor, UVANS; Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal W. WALTON. " HARRY A. " Coroner. ARCH CAUSOX I Tiik penitentiary investigation, which was instituted as usual at the beginning with a great .f the legislative session, of trumpets about the inhumaniflourish he snl.tl.til. ty of the lessees, who were charged with U 'hen. of' ', a. feeding the convicts rotten meats, half Cff.su. J QCJ, CUSl Of WIUll U'U UUJJ We Sell, UierCOU clothing them and practicing terrible a, good (tl we cruelties, ha about petered out. It has it.iuo iii-u.who there were no good been found that on grounds for any of the charges and that when, of the hue and cry were raised by interestWill WeUT Dl'CS Goods, ClotJl-thebll- to -- There is a report that the l,,nk at jfo " tllCSe UCtS 1,1 to will be- glad toknoir tint! ed parties for spite. The result is just as teSS (),' fttlf? llOVe IttOt'C WOIiri to vp robbed Am.ly IH& Boots. bllOeS, known the gen e thu State tax fram 471 we predicted. We htivo ..o ' i.i.il.t K.t MO iioMul It.k 4liiils ir.t i'iiM'1 Yli 'Til f it nt ""' '" . . . the firm of the Mason-l'or- to 42 '.cents has become a law. ThertM . i'f'c '. tlemen composing though there is not Co., some of tljem from boyhood, was more money being collected from reticent about it, much doubt that it has sullered u heavy and were satisfied that they were inca- the people than was necessary for an 0 outrages com- economically administered government,! pable of practicing the . from the Kentucky US Of "uOU. LrWUCeStCr (11 Ul Oil 1U UUI CullCO; O 0c CUl bill 1ds. plained of. There is a great deal of sil- and a democratic legislature was noti "" urveyois &CCI gOOll lai'll-Wld- c Men slow to lighten the burden. Taxation !s tralotliccs are in uouisviue to survey 0ji.OHOli; DUO CUll OUJ f on convicts. ly sentiment wasted Of or who disregard the laws and take them at best n burden, which becomes Microtis can. 10 into their own hands are generally wor- when used to extort money, not need ' "lJ can. ..... ., , . nOn v....- - v.-.T . 1 ).. 7 .. .. i thy of very little consideration and they to meet the legitimate expenses of gov- vim, uti,y J. .... .7.. 7. of it &,, utMilldale. bhould not be expected to be fed on the vinment. to i tern over the remains too The fat of the land and be clothed in purple Tun deino(....ts of the lower House of of Taulbee discloseil and fine linen. The investigations are the Tennessee legislature have passed ' the ball at the base of the brain where not only annoying to the honorable men every measure suggested by the recent an abscess had formed. The doctors say , who least; the penitentiary, but their bi- caucus of the party, including a much- - ' ho could not possibly have lived under s ennial return costs them many needed election reform bill. The repub- the circumstances. of dollars by the demoialization licansfillibusteredand Jn the face of a lierco republican in ued every method that the matter causes among the prison- known to corrupt politics ta prevent the timidation Hiddefonl, Maine, persisted in I. 31. ers, and they should not bo lightly en- - latter, but the tiemocrats mustered a giving an overwhelming victory to the ' quorum of their own and carried their democraL". Mr. Chandler will mis his LIVERY, SALS FEED s opportunity if he fails to cnll for an im- Virginians, and in fact all the at.- points without resorting to the Tub bfAXKoHO, KY. of that distinguished soldier and tionarv tactics of Speaker Keed. mediate investigation. l - : ; SPKCIAI. .WIKXIION M lOMMKHt K. L. Harper, the Fidelity bank christian gentleman, the lamented Uen : ; , a in; surp.us in wie .Mmum.i ireasury, ....,.,.. of now in the Ohio trrtvelem. llvt.e and imilci biUKh '"' Kobert K. Lee, are looking forward with t . ....n h. lc. -- i , ,n ',lirv. ,1!ls hrinnv anticimtions to the unveiling of ' wliicli wiw 140,000,000 when the repwl,. r , .' ' .1 i: .t. " for' pardon by the State t ...i. .Wi h.i( w "'" " ur"mu,u' the president, tho equestrian statue of him, winch is to ami must coriiplctt stock of .... , Ilia,m.,en, on wcomii , , occur at Richmond. Va., May 2l. It will nas practically disappeared ami the proi,.. stand (il feet and 1 inches above the ability is that there will be a deficit of ,,is yxempiarv ,.0Illict a prisoner. ground. Of this heighth the base and alarming proportions by the end of the FrJday nil,ilt llt uielown, near1 pedestal will take I'M feet and horse and next fiscal year. The reckless and ex- - Oreensburg, John Dills and partv f.rel a I mU'I April o, iiWi. Re. (irl j ?;'j ,',y MrH rider in bronze will make the remaining travngant legislation of the party in ,lt0 a ,l0IIge ' , Miiel S., record os,. U 2. feet --' inches. The statue is designed er is ii growing menace to tins country, nrria ...lin.i:tll, i11r .....l her and' llAKnl.U.the.uijo Int. more n ' to repiesent (.ten. Lee as having, reined upon which the fall elections win put jrrandson, James Hurris. The attack was I olandv Jim o( irt dim IIKI.MOM,ircI ulw, rn uril . a'.l .Nutwuou, lly in his horse, and ho is in the act of over the seal of condemnation. to kill John Hurris. who had at- - a made dm uun; t'ortu, looking the battlefield and receiving the cing his sister. Dam of VelUire a ), ire ot Iltcmer a i jl; It is said that the L. X. has seoopd tai'k"1 Di"a ,for ( MlnncoU Ham greeting of his troops. The horse's head the Monoii. whlel, -- One of the most striking examples Hani of rortmn 35. ('reW record a J7. J a;K l,,i l,fnr E..n.,.i of of Hymen. is down and turned slightly to the left; the overdoing of the "boom" business liam of CKilile Harelu, to.imIe recard in Knjthe Louisville Southern. If she has it land 5"4 the left fore foot is advanced and the left gives her a Chicago is afforded bv the State of Kansas. Not (iranddamof Conuuht lireol Cloamorr J iaJC line and kills the (J rand damot Yulm a j hind foot is thrown back. The ligure of competition growth been which the Kentucky road only has its phenomenal ISyMAMHRIXO ClllliV.alrc ol Udy Thornt Lee is erect and bareheaded, the torso checked, but the State Hoard of Agricul record a iSJj promised. liver in Stanford. Call ami examine and h 0 convinced ami head being turned very slightly nam I'ortia, njr Rur.m,.i. ture reports that the population of Kan .3 IiamhvWllll'I1. is well up LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. to the left. The bridle hand sas has decreased over lu.uuu witiun a The aWc W,ld no mKtwtt a( hi. iipeed ; ' ,d on the thigh, holding the General's hat, yenr. ( . viipect him to go under aoini ran. Sous Housps wy . . ... 1oth I inustleaveyoo. Many thousands of people are expected incorporate the Farmer's Hank V ,.7ro,n Jennie; s and toattend the unveiling, winch is looked TrnRt Do the best you can with the children," Rich mono On tnc i.aiiuiirr nmnt, of Htnnforti npon as a great event in thesoutii. ,lia j0n, H. I'ettibone to his wife, kiss- TJi(, At Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, Rugs, l.acc Curtains, &c. ,n neriw " "en waiueu Hi oldest coll itfi coming two) incorporate the Cumberland River rail-- ! AkterU days of sutrering, rofl.l viirh r.nrntn amnn.im i.:..i. buck a few feet, placed a pistol to his, Will sraie mrc at 10 tenia per djy and will W. I. Taullee, died at o head, fired and fell forward dead at her t.iU- Mpoib!f ..tare. Imt a not rtuponMbli for the report does not give. ..cedent, or ,k-,.o'clock Tuesday from the elfects of the R s Mr. Warren and Smith, of .Madison, fe'eL This occurred at Wilkeabarre, Pa., bullet sped by Charles Kincaid's pistol and was caused by despondency over loss into his vitals. Kincaid was immediate- were appointed in behalf of the Sth dis- of work. IHh IASCV SADDLE SiAI.l.tOX. and placed in jail, but his trict on the committee to redistrict the ly condition is such that his physicians say State into Congression.nl districts. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. The Supreme Court of the Tinted that confinement will kill him. From States has made the allotments for the Tho attendance at court is not verv Will main thf the reports of the case there seems harduion of ifco at our atahl i mile from Millrdcewllc. Lincoln county, Ky , on the ly a doubt but that Judge Kincaid was circuits. Justice Brewer wasassigned to largevon account of bad roads piVr, at tiieinci, .wiiicn includes KenYour business manager greeted his Stanford aud Millcdcevillc justifiable in shooting Taulbee, who had me many friends here Monday and Tuesday. $20 to Insure a Mare in Foal, abused and assaulted hiin repeatedly be tucky. A bill has been introduced to fur- could do so with A double brick store with hall and OrSiS l llieseiton, cause he thought he laws of the District of tl,er regulate tho duties of the Attorney oilices above is being talked of by one of Monc) due when tnare i parted ith .larm impunity, but the ;enera! and the Commonwealth's Attor- - onr enterprising citizens. Not repon-siblgrazed or Ird at reatunable price Columbia are more rigid than ours and for any anidenl xhould an occur ne'8 " reijuiring the former to attend to of merchandise was burn(Jilt KitKMia beautiful red aurrvl, llay mane A the right to take human life under any hiiih; a inchthe 8u,tu'8 business in the courts in and ed at I'ineville Wednesday morning. It and tail ichndperfect aaddle hore. foaled Sept. circumstances is scarcely allowable. It 6, iSs. and la a Fancy Flannel Shirts, . liocd lat evn a .1 KIIK4 ii feared therefore that tjie case will go 01,t of thu StatP an,l making it the duty is thought to be the work of trumps who .1.1fillt Edge wji .w..ii.iiL. nrrmiunt Ut j yeur ...I .nL of tho Iattor t0 look after the State's broke who may be forced aild slept in the car the Illght ' villean d DanMlleand in In ownrlnc at Marroil into hard with Kincaid, t.urL' Thoe who want 10 breed to a irood aaddle tl,L'ir ' districts. In .Uelore. to undergo a manslaughter punishment, jl)."8ine8S ' ,,alimn urr c.irdiallv Invited to loiV at our liorar v'inv of tlie 'aVlSM expenditure of money ?!!!?.. ...... .!...! k!..(ii..ln.l ulld .mm h.ttl IlinVl. -- Hill if no severer. Unlaundercd Skirls, Dress Shirts. and Pique Shirts, by the State for outside counsel, such a ohargeil f' He ii aired by Soiond Jewtl, lie lay tutuiinj Night Shirts, elSh III haiu'a lewel. H- bv Id Washington iirnrnark With liaVllltr CUl rat Minnie, 1... M Honald'a MnUotn; dam .ir..j iiinoi.i.irwiiii, ii:hiim "t niL'HSIl, TO Seems Ol almnlntn mmnrt.mi... uie head with u inttciu-i- . iiij iiruui , His s ,,t dam ly stoneHjm i"""--WeI,. Crll,ad agricultural interest is depressed, does 1 he Thornebill, which" regulates and showed that the w hole party were "full all Jack.on. he by Vahi.i,!ion itenmark. he by not propose to relieve it of the unneces-tarPlain and Fancy Kid Gloves, reduces the charges of tobacco ware- - !ll8 ticks" and a drunken fight the result. Jl taxation that has made it so and; house men, which parsed, the House Grillin was .inputted. MAn,JN saN1V,mV.i.iu" Ky , built up other interests at its expensr, wiui inn little opposition, has stirred up Attkxtion Dkmocrats! The demo Glov:.s, hut wants the government to continue those whose interests are involved and cratic county and district committees will robbing tiie farmers and then loan them thev are makim; Ilcrculcnn ptl'nrtu itr. '......,.., .1.,. New ,... :.. i '..,.,.. ' ...... ..v ...... ' -1 .,....., ..v .u. iiit. lint iv.iwliiitr - nr prevent;. .1 senate irom concurring in A Ionday, March .'list, at 'J) a. m., for the' infiii. nl me r, (Standard Kule6 ) cent, to the amount of half of the ap- - tl,e bill. The Louisville dealers sav that transaction of important business. A In bows, IIIjiV kulllnn. 16'.. h.indtbifh. foaled l&lllJupil and Scarfs at praised valuation of their farms. Hie lt win ,. Up,P niarkct. wll,h , full attendance is earnestly desired. lay A (;oIdnnth, 6Vanc county, New ort. faired by Lattelar io6 is to be secured by mortgages ,ur(re8t , t,)e vor,d( and KjV(J Cincinnati money Democratic candi dates Should be pres- - (tdim Woburn Maid, by Woburn v)t. and the "paternal government, which and other ,nceB outflide of ,Centucky . (The dam of Carver, .J7J) II ft. 11. .nartm, nii'n f'n UOIIl. eilt. 3nd dambvu Mambrino horae. ,arK,, mivaiK! sec-3d dam by Mambrino Mea'riiKcr ; :.. r James M.rat, ::. , .:: t; Riley Jordon and fami ly left Moil- - ten i nV;,' etc.; .,,.,.. by hm .1 ....orit dam .Mma'Nodinp en r ifam- . . day for Honham, Texas. d. l.rLSS, mood, . om... roller Llay;ai aim - 3;6.ninr, ir. by v 2...t anj Mdely . another effort to pull the wool over the tlatn bv Herlraiiu rhe unitary prison. at rort Leaven- - was kicked by a horse a few days Biiif.f. ' Anirrifjti star, ii; illIlml.la.i.nl.n ...., ... .1.1.11 II..,...... ... I... II.IIIUIIIUUI.III ...... eyes of a class which has to pay at last .IWlllll worth, Kansas, contains 42:1 prisoners and was unable to walk for a day or two. Mim looley, by 1'V 'Ixlexrapli ind dam, the 301 for the protection which other interests dam ol l.to. C'oolcy, by Friday for dissertion. serving Mr. J. A. Owens, tho accommodating , ;nv .. ..... ...l.t. .11 ...n. .. t.i .in..i J.U D4IIUW Will lillU .11 Oil lll"r..j7, .u.iv. : DeLessens is about to die on account agent at IJarbourviUe, was up .Sunday. ,ro, hunford o ihr new White and Dix The fastest railroad traveling has just jot the immplete collapse of Lis Panama Mr. M. F. Urinkley, candidate for clerk j Klver Turnpike, near Dudderar'a Mill been accomplished between Philadelphia ciiuai 8ej,eme. He is So. of the Court of Appeals, was here during At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. and Xew York. Tuesday when Heading Tm, wWow of Cra,B Toivert tll0 the week. Mart Dillon, J. 15. Gagenund I will also;ir alo boat horse colt stock began to go up with great Jumps, Uowan county desperado, who moved to W. T. Brent, of tho L. X N., are attend- - colt and ft. tor thu prcmiiiiu for theof beat mare Kd llarlow aet to lie ahown in Stanford tnc nrat .MiMiuay h Wall street firm telegraphed Levy it j 0,n0 after he wag kilk,(i( diod this week ing court here. Jeff Mitchell, of In October,, iji. AIo my yonnx Jack, Lewis to send their big block at once. was in town Wednesday. Pi of. Five democrats voted with them-JOE EMBREE, train was chartered, a messenger jump- - rlllW!railg t0 censure Senator Call for his C. V. Liming has returned and taken min-- , ed aboard with the stock and in will aerve a few good mare at $8 to intnrt a liv unparliamentary language to Mr. Chan- - charge of Prof. Shaw's school. ililfcolt Jcc Ua r"d jack, a yraraold the iilh of i utes he was at the ferry, having covered ,jjKr Business in circuit court is moving l.nt October. He ia ia handa hib and of fine, I atyle and action. Ilrcd bv Peyton hmbrcr, the 90 miles at the rate of less than u ' One hundred and fifty dead miners along with prospects of getting through coin county, and lias a double crow of Jim of In j I'ortrr mile a minute. is the result of another mine explo- - in the early part of next week. No nenreiaineu on on nucona tin tnc acaun paid. Money due lien the colt cornea or mnrc sion; this time at the Morsa CoIIierv in prominent cases h.ve yet been tried. parted with M. Sl'OONA.MOKIi, Tub constitutional convention is now Wales. btanfiiril, Ky The case of Cox administratrix vs. L. it 3.3m a fixed fact, both branches of the legisla' A paper published at Canton, China, N. for running over and killing Kliiah ture having voted to call it, the House llgures the loss of life in that country by Cox on IMne Hill trestle two years since BLUE'GRjKSS NURSERIES by 81 to 8 and the Senate by a practicalihv, flood and other calamities at 7o0,000 was continued. I ho Wilsey cise, which ly unanimous vote. Delegates will be A I'ull Stock cl lias twice been to the Court of Appeals elected in August from the same districts "" Fruit and Ornamental Trees, -McCo.i.us, who was Thursday. It is a case is Bet for that legislators are and the convention1 Fruita, Willkeepi'.constantly on hand a large and select i'g..aand '" in. of u passenger having been ejected from (irape Viuet, amalt Urcliard AaaraKiia,Slirubiiiind We employ nuugenu Furniture everythinc; for the mII direct at low price 10 the plamei. A and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such "goods tk'at'' d' t a train for refusing to pay 4 cents per but iiiB been disposetl of, is it too much now nuf.ery and ktrawberry camloeueaent 011 ap, ixansas, iiiesoay, aged 71 milt! fare after entering the cars without plication, both replete with practical iifonnatiuu can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will Pbc conto'buckledown lon.-scouto ask II. K. Hll.I.I.NMKYKK, iot.,m years. a ticket. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. to work l.cxinifton, Ky. Cin-llcle- Two thousand shirtmakcrs of Now York, mostly women, have struck against a refusal of the bosses to reduce the hours from to 10 and provide machines. A bill has been favorably reported in the Senate providing for the constitubuildings in tow ns tion of where the postal receipts exceed $.l,0i):) per annum. cock-lig- ht took pine' in An a barn near Covington in which K! battles j (.urlij were fought and .s birds woio killed in the ring. Over 1,000 was wnguiod on the results, Starkev, tho boy who nturdered his mother at huton, ()., has for n second time been condemned to die. A (.ik.v. Gukklhv believes "': weather new trial and a change of venue only ' predictions if nobodv elne uncs. i.at ,4iii tfi'iiiuil Itia infill f?i,1,i1i11 week he said it would be "wanner, fair," ., iimwi. of S.,,r. an. iim.ougl. it biiow.hi ami uiowt- -i " M!lvt.r lV: Co., corner :5d and Vine, 15hues, appeared on the streets c.i;inti tta4 totft)Iv (0,troved l.v lire; ' Goods dressed in his best suit of spring clothes. i.c,-,,,- , Til n...,.- -, Hmis,, was After his repeated failures it would seem , . ... , tl,rtl.llU . liiat In j Ann ikltf uliilliiit ii lia.j H,w"Bl"""u""u" '" 4,,n lAMkiMl.(o A sveamore tree chopped down hy UU, IIIU f WV might be somewhat impaired but theyi Jamra Coin!J of alesi,urt jn, split nil are. not and he dresses to suit them, al;, "' m,,,...!,,,, ; ,ltl ' though hemavshiver ami shake ' early mom tiii close of day. Jf ustab-lishin1 1 SPRING SEASON, 1890. inaugurated. The styles are re resiling and newer ware they mora beautiful than now, and nowhere are they more plentifully displayed than at post-olllc- -i all-nig- al j Is now j f ; - , ' i THE LOUISVILLE STORE our customers pity n , i I "" . arc arriuinu dallv in large iuuiililies and will all the people understand as al moderate pricey. or fr0'": j -' (,, J I lx - rel ! I d ri'". ","' ll '" '. Xi!iK J$tobW j said P' put their trademark !?" best manufacturers, event goods because they are not ashamed their work; all the peti' ana, What discount both ends of the otit,, '. their tibi great main ' ..,. nn1ljO their heads they Jfals, iC.,patJ them better ill' j i.J Just think what the little sum good JS-aicl Cvn-C(M- T iwo; Worsted Goods; 60c ".rj "'A'hiards ofouc can ouy..s yuras .' ";.'", ! - a guuu jirwiv lct numerous post-iiio- mention. yuu . Allen JO IjardS Bleached ooa Jlaul Dress Cottons: 60e hiu, bin a new slide Crusher Hnh tun ureas oiner articles in our store 60 cents' can buy at oar store: 60 rents ,,.,,,, . j )fain Street. Stanford, IIKl'CE, M. SAklJSTGER, MA3NTAGER. thou-wnd- - ' ' -. revolu-miiei- W imi I - ... ... I ;"" ,,,, ,,, ' mi-u- , 'i ' horJ '''' NEW tht-fmc- i GOODS ! . "YAS00," 11799. 'it pow-ivole- y o,.,.,, : " .,u, I . ! - I i Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, &c, Full Line oTIios. Boots and Shoes. i i , - i ooil-by- e, j , m , V"" - .t. .., Vr"" ear-old miner sou's Cents' fine ! I.k. S40 to Insure. ! t SEVERANCE & SON. GILT EDGE! Gents'FurnishifrgGoods nii e Light, Medium and Heavy Uhdearwear, car-loa- d . - m J ' '"' - . ,. - j j y I ,, j .,,,.i. w. Ed Barlow, 2375. Driving Cloves, Work Iine of foiir-m-hutul- Suspenders, a I.arjrc Neckwear j , .,. s j r rrr : y h-- 1 1 - ' ... STAGG & McROBERTS. I J. ..".. 1 J ' ' SEW- FUEMITURE STORE! MACE HI7FFMAW, FB'IDFa i i - Kich-iuon- d, A 8-- C- - ! I ' Jlge to-da- y, I w"n. nen-ci.- il linef ofOurla-.v-inaker- s I 1 1 UfJ iiu N. I ' -- O .'.,..-- . t.ia. ,V rii'ii ii .Si. i Tl ii- - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal '..,;;;,; Ky., IMAitcu t.tSS . "13J" about six years uo. Two children sur- .VEW AI)VKilTlSKME.rs rtoW fc'TAHFOKD, K.c.wAWON,BU8.ManaRQr J MEANS .... Tur.iti: whs n iiiipriiit uf tho ilate of 14, 1890 tliclicizimiiugof tlm Circuit Comt. It should lino rem), Monday, J Itii. ' BUSINESS. A. H. N. :ii.i.Kit'slraiii uh lotukd to tln Kiiurbf ytsti'rdny with colored In- '.borers for the loud beyond Cuiiiborluiiil I I Cit. mined almost continually siiu'o It and juwulry rupairod and our last report, hut a rift nppeius in the THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE warranted. A. J. I'onny. CHURCH AFFAIRS. clouds, (irrolcy promises iik clear nd i Tiik beat placo to buy drills, patent eoolor miithiTtn-dny- . m Prompt Attciitiiin Prescriptions Care i.r. 12 lxmiriville has medicines und toilet nrtielen ih at A. R. In the Stair uf Koitucl) , ni ;hc (.love of buine-- a .'Ifi public schools. J'eiinv'K. und Horn iloti-c- s have paHM.'d the hill to Feb. given to Kn;rav. iV Rev. R. H. Caldwell will preach at -- "" Killy Compounded !!llil! paper KILSOUKCRS. ingand .oa Association, wlittih gives it the Ir"ihj torititi church at the usual k.iids from A. It. lVnnv. ing and Repairing I.oainatid aliv. omila the right to open a nw series of shines hour Sunday night. .H9,fM Kev. II. T. Daniels' two weeks' meut-in- g Ucrdraft at all hours, dav at stated times. PERSONAL POINTS. tM jj in Louisville resulted in '.'0 additions V S Hon J to fct cirhltii .......... llMa w of Watches, Clocks Due from appruved reanrvu cnt 4,W jo lO Ioiu.smIIc Mil A. i: I'l.SSY'uellt Sovi'.iiMrr lias caught tho fuver and is to the List HaptUt church. othi r Ntstlftrwl llanlc j,Mi jfi and Jewelry. jiMciday trying to get up a boom. Khrtrii' llglitr, The West Le.xington l'resbyteiy met Kml eit.it', furniture und Ctir and night. . aaBBBBBBBBBBBBITdl"jB ,Jf U.lriM M..I. I)n:ini was here oiilen.il factories in Le.tington and dissolved the pastoral Current t:xpen.' anil taristreet 4.. 4yi ; I uMiiess vcMciday. and all the modern improvements aie in relitionsof Itev. I. S with tho t'reiniumn on I.' S. IliinJ 2 sua e B. H DANKS, Joweler, J S WELLS, Ph O Preac Clk. )rogresorionteinplatxl. f4 15 W.I I.. AN. Mil. Mi Mas. O. V. ISii.ky huu re-church at Mt. Sterling. He will become t heckt and other twh lien u IlilUof etliir ISanUf ,mh turned from their hrid.il tour and spent , . ...,....;.,.. :.. i... ;.. I agent to raibe funds for Central I'niver- - Fractional papvr e rtWUuit ami , III L'l'li I lll.nr, ...in i..... '.' illi;i;illlk; III lliu in-Mrs. Maiy , sity. Kentuckian. , U'ednehday with her mother, . . cent un M - in street, pp SI NFORI), Kj. terest of the I!iei Railroad I be meeting which Iihh beJn con . 4,f)S 110 Specie June, on their way to I'incvllle. at McKmnev to morrow nueiiioon, l.ith.j'iIhiitiiiI . I.eCal tender notv 00 4 5011 iliiirili fur tin MiiwNwriKtfiuv is at liome again Kudetnptlon fmiil wttli C S TrmMrar lA'i tnipor who nftT a lengthy stay with her sinter, Mrs. taut ovorjiMsiy be on wiiuit mis give aid last 10 or 18 (lays by the Uev. J. IL f HrciiUtlnu ...... 5 per cent bt jo ro.nl built hand to Georgetown, was expected toclo.su J. T. I.j mi, in biuisville. to the delight and comfort to the euterprihe. ... $173 f,f) 63 last night. There have been a dozen or lutal r' her numeroiiH friends and admirers. more confessions, hut the principal good Il IXIK Vl.M'EM ItoitKIM., tllU IlllVit Oil- I.IAlilLt'llliS. Oni store at Iliistonvillo will soon rprising man in the mountains, was the attention of both of lis so all has been to the church members them- Lapital nock. puli;ui . . $ JO,IKI 00 . cm 10 "MODKL hern Wednesday in consultation with the parties who are indebted to us arc ear- selves. Mr. Savage is an earnest worker Surplus fund 3A T i st of the stockholders in the I'liievillo nestly requested to call and settle with in his Master's cause and his labors herel Cndividcd profit National iUnk noteA nutitamittig nju no Addition. us or we will bccompelb'd to put our have endeared him to many hearts that Individual ilcpo-i- t wibject ih efcrct . oS.foS 91 Miss Anmk IIii.oins, of liiiinud, a accounts in the hands of an olllcer. Ows- will lumemberand thank him thioiigh 417J.999 all eternity. j ley A. Craig. very handsome and cultivated young And Spades; SI'ATK Or KKNTL'CKV. was the guest of W. H. Iliggins en ( County of Lincoln l'liKsim'-s--T IIosi.ev advertises the elecFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. r Mite to visit her siMcr, .Mrs. S. W. Paris, J W. Mocker, caahieT uf the nbexre named of the Danville t Crab tion for Hank, tin kolemnl) KMcar that the abovit atatsaieiit & at Mt. Vernon. D. Dunn a i true tu the lnt uf in) knowliticc and belief W. T. Smith sold to J. Turnjiike, which will occur on Sets, & Means Mit. I., s. ltowtM, of Rowland J W HOCKLK, Cjithier. the. 1st Saturday in Ajuil. The direetois combined mare for $1.10. me thi III. d.i Itiiele, Merchant Tailors, Danville, says will .1 good jearling sugar mules forale. f SubtcriUil ,ind Horn t to 'r Also a full stock of Landreth's, D. M. Ferry & Co.'s and Crossman's to till the in turn elect n socn-tarI. C Mar , ifcjo U1 K be Mih J'.' or li suits wluli- heiv ami Correct attit vmiincy caused by the death of Hev. S. A. K. Denny, Shelby City. Garden Seeds in papers. license that i otild allord to pay the $10 l D A'lOKN, A splendid jack for alc. S. Mcltoborls, who held the ssition for Director J I' lline. the town made him ante. I1 is a hustler i:$ voars. . N, .1. W. Tow ell, Huston ville. Km and doesn't often get left. If. D. Logan sold to Terhune, of A Mils. Tokh. Cot ins has appointisl Mis daughter of llarve Casey, . cotton mules at $IH). ' Hit' Warren her nsswtitnt in the post- - Hrown, eoloietl, who liresnt 1'onoyville, Wanted. To lent out a home an : gl.ster, good garden to some one who will work h.ean.l she Mill go on duty April. 1. while nursing her i he selection will give let her fall on the lloor ami tho little well. .1. II. Miller. gi nerul satisfac-miStanttartl Miss Kllleisthe daughter ijf a one went into spasms, which continued The Advocate snys that Al Hutch-nig- s llai aUlliun. black iwirU. i;W liir,d hich. foal 1. :i ' - . t. I have a full line of republican and is nuiottilcpcn for alwut mi houi, when she died. The has returned from Atlanta, wjiere en in 1 oircu vy a1'ctti.y, )uil, irca 01 iviliu D'.Neil it; Hick Willi it, trial ti4, 7 tnal Kinj; lVtotky fall was onlv a foot or two and her bond he sold 71 mulos foi about $'Sk in, young lady. a 19; Ma-i; 7 1; liaity I.. trial I jo and lid not strike at all. It is6oppoel tlmt (iood cattle are in demand in Cin- liavr.oil, )ear old ftrial10 tor belter ti.e mor that all hon l triaU f ..onderful for in CITY AND VICINITY. which certainly old the injuries were internal. cinnati at :tj to tj; feeders at ;) to 4.16: utalliQii witn iiiuiti'U oiiponunitmj by Uco. 11m sheep are t n, ire of Harry vilV.e hogs are slow at :t to Ouy Wilk I Mackerel at S . Myers. So tvi It seems to be pretty generally be- ipiiet at I'J to.1; spring litmus are scarce 1 15U, Kcd Wilkes sire of 1'rince Willc a nM) U illiam old record ireiil Axtcl), ta, lieved that the ieent tire at Liberty was In packaqcs and bulk. Al.so all varieties of old for $io on tnd u th only horc that Mandi Wantkii, good butter and fiusheggs at at 10 to V2i cts. at Si.ooo the aek.ou the work of an incendiary. Dr. U. Warren's. W. L. Dawson has bought the farm ilam Klita lane jibm of Mnud Meicti,;cr iirit who has just returned from (jentlv 2 acres, of 6 ly.Medium llreeie, re of 1'earl j j, Jim N. V. Seeci of V L. Simpson, containing I'earl 1 27 for rent over New York there, says that those who were first I'wo rooii'is dam Kitty Kivert lilam of 1'rrtie Girl, 4 for $:.000 and has moved to it. Will awakened by the (lames saw two men rar olJ record 1 17 011 .low track by Alexander' Mutable for small family. tore. Simpson has moved to the George Abdallah, ire of Goldtiuith Maid 1 14, Kotjlmd riding out of town at a lueak neck speed 1 Ji K, Almoin, llelinont, .Vc place vacated by Dawson. scarce on this and this connected with threats made by P.i ttkii Ib exceedingly I hird dam bv Red lac.et IN FANCY irr of tin- dam of The Department of Agriculture es- Kentucky Will.cn a ji'i and the ceond damiof market now at 'Jo cents a pound. of a prisoner, who is in jail SoSoji;!-- I.ulc Wilket a 11K, I i lira Belle the friends timates that the farmers have on hand j 27)4, Combat tire of Ilrown 2 18 and Wittiamn of Prince Wilkes 14 A 1 1, stock of Ziegler Uros. colebrat-- i there, to burn the town, makes it look 4.1.1) Ktd Wilke per cent, or 070,000,000 bushels of a soS.) hompon a iOlire&1.J by Comet, on ofaSher- , I'nil '1 sutfieiently suspicious to make an invesd s'iocs jtit received. S. II. Shanks.' man Morgan. last year's corn crop; and that the aver tigation at least. Fourth dam an extra fatt mar, supposed to bv age price on March 1st was 'J7.il cents. of Abdallah and MctteiiKer blood. I have SARATOGA CHIPS, something new and popular. MAPLE of the I., it X., Mr. Tin: claim agent 3OJ3, Georne Wilkes a 21, tmt J. C. Fox bought in Casey and the I'etoikydam ofbyNcllttt O'Neal 3 aa, trial adam Ax iimuning incident occurred at a lo16; McCbord, has paid D. W. Vnnde-ec- r folin SYRUP, the best on the market. Other Fancy Groceries always preach- West Knd of this county, 10 extra good Katie Jackion v3$'it ,ru' o at 4 yearn old; Grey $450 for the two horses killed by the cal church the other night. The Charley, trial at j year old 1 30 and 5 othert that on hand. Staple and Heavy Groceries in abundance. er wasoHering up a feivcnt prayer and cotton mules at $7.1 to $100 and :i brood iould trot close to 1 10 by lron'i Cadmus, tire of train u few weeks ago. i;H,Nt an enthusiastic member seated away in mares at $100 to $100. He sold to Coll'ey, Pocahontn 1 WII.KKS will make the aion of 1IUK1.K Mu. H. K. Wkmies has purchased of the rear was working the "amen" racket of Wayne, 0 aged mules at $140 to $100. 1S90 al my place a1 miles from Stanford, Ky , on FLOWER CROCKS, plain and fancy and something altogether new Kuili Uraiuhpike at Jeorge I). Wearcn, agent, his coal yard with great real and sometimes at the Mrs. O T. Wallace, of Garrard, has in that line. Call and see thein. and good will and will run that bushier wrong point. The visiting preacher njxt sold UK) doen eggs since Jan. 1, besides $25 to Insure a Mare in Foal, hi conneitiou with his brick jard that led in prayci, and thinking tlmt the using l'J doen or mote for setting pur Money due when the fait i ascertained or mare CMAs DUNN lie is getting in preparation. "ameus" had come from a bacrcligious poses. This cannot ho beaten in this parted with. sinner, petitioned the Throne of Grace section, so wo hereby award Mrs. WalW. II. McKoukkts appeals with a scotler. When he was lace the blue ribbon. in Isdialfof 'rand new ad. this morning. Uesides a through thethelocal preacher explained o full stock drug store, it will be seen that The Senate will vote on the lllair Standard sell, repair and that there was a mistake, the "amen" bo is also prepared to man also explained, the visiting preach- bill March I'D. It is thought that it will lla Malhon, hind iD kit-- , white, foaled in .iSbj: engrave jewelry of all kinds by MtvssriiRcr Ureere full brother to Maud er apologized and everything was lovuly not pats. (lus Pernell was probably fatally Messenger a I.itJi. Messenjer tietrlv full again. The custom of the W.. H Traylor, whose ,m, First nam ady titter M oxiirt'stiini; their appmvnl nnd wounded in Lou Uaddis' house of ill Maud Messenger a to')) by Abdallah Messenger, libtilk'ry wiirt rwently burned down, lia' sire of the I'rice horse, trial t ao, and other good ' Are headquarters for rvhiiilt and in now turning out wliihky intore.it in n prayer by mieli cjneulatioiis famtmt llarrodsburt; by Soly Yates, the one. Seiood dam Klua Jane dam of Maud .Met barrelH a day. J ins ns "atnen," "l'ruiM-tl- i lird and mi on, womans parampur. at tho nitu of llvu by t.entle llrerie, irc of I'earl 130, X. A train jumped the track near Pein-h- i dam of Pearl Medium a otiBlit to keep the piohibitionintH pretty ;8 u very old one in the Methodist chureh, Third dam Kittv oke, Out., and went over an embank- a 37) by Alexander' Kicr dam of Heme Cirl obsolete to Abdallah, tire ol (iolciimitli well supplied. but of late years it Iijsimm-oiiic '. feet high. Out of :0 passengers Maul a 14 Itosalind a cutoiiiishwl hen- ' ureal extent, as it miiis it Blioulil. It ment Fourth dan by Ked Jacket sire of the dam of n aKentVblseiT hovcral were fatally hurt and nearly all Kcntuck) Wilkes a al!f, and the second dam of Plows! Plows! Plows! Huy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel often Krutc8 on u lip Hfi vice, wbi.-so So 1 17V I.iiie Wilkci s aa)4, I.aura llelle Mr tho nale of the nie.iiorial volume of were seriously injured. ..... j J7i, Combat ire of Hrown lb and Williams ( .1... iii,.,,i,. HnMsiim. thoearsofthereht of the coiiki elation, Kentucky is not the only State that lauW) Ked Wilkes iire of l'riiiie Wilkes j t4)i Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no to pray in seeret, in- bo l'hil hompson a iiV, A.l b Comet, tn of and ,m. 1I...UV W.H.dltn Gradv. 1:.. ..:.... 1I...1 ,l... v.. !.... .till li.mi lite is going to have a constitutional conven., More.m . plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to ....5 liulv Hill fall OH nut 111; 11101 niv- iih-- i tnuOitv nri'ItV VOUIlt! dam niarr, tion. The governor of Mississippi has .,t if ih .l an .f vlra fast k.i...i aupjosed in lie of proinist' Ki r?wnnl tli'in ojienly. s ju i Hiibirribe. A sk vour neighbor. called a convention to meet in that State Hreee. Wy Messenser Chief, Mre of do gOOd WOfK, Or 110 sale wv., v ui ..laml .sic:eiiKer j 10:41 r.nrrit: r. Marsel raS.Jake in August to fin i nt- a new- constitution. a ..'i, Abel hero Tuesday, wlio 4K. wiih llra.Uhav. A mn MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. dam cf Maud Messenger 1 innkeil Mti timidi like the uietiiru and do- Thirty people have been arrested at J 29; Dam Elia Jane, 16'i Vhd.illah MescliKei b Kiription of Pope, the Louisville bank) -- An At.hison :irl eighteen years old White Hall, Minn., for the lynching of oi'Maud Messenger a i6Vi. Metnccr Chief strc could has jiiRt been divorced from her third Jacob Olcsen in November, and several robber, that .John Illicit, Sr., rint dam Susie tiv Sentintl : 9)i 'iru of Von' full brcther tn Viyanditrn J a hardly keep Iroin laying hainU on him Imsbniid. have pleaded guilty. The trial is in prog- Arnim 19', ol St. lulirn iH111:, tic 2 Vnlimierr. sire -- Win. Sherman W'ren and .MiH Mhs- ress ami is developing a remarkable state dam Kilty Rivers Igrund dam ol Maud McsmiV" . aud clnliiiiiiK tlit: reward. Third dam by a 6I bv Alexandcr'i Abdallah. wero married at Mih. Sarah of adairs. Peter Johnson, a jie by Comet son of Sherman Morgan Ked ' KIN'DKKD hasi; crosses of Hnmhlitonrm, 4 of Vsell'irt to chtalilish a Knight yeMtoiday. JJiouKhton'n farmer who led tho mob, committed sui- Mainbrmo Chief oof Morgan, a ol 1'ilot fire of I'ythum lode here is bein made and 10 .VHon Striimer and .Aire. Mattie cide, fearing conviction. vPilot, Jr , sire of the dams ol MaudS. ao8 He has motecro'.se than anv 1 io. 4c gotten. Kj,uired, a widow ol :!. vere married by or bri Hij!iiers have already been The rainfall is general throughout other hore to Maud Misi liter a itj,, or than any I'M s- Kovrland, hnrsK hcsin.i 1 16' trotter Messru. 1. I'. fW ,mBe Vamon at the Conrt-llouthe country, nnd the streams continue to niliir Kindred will in ike the season ot 1S90 at my Is Receiving His members ol tho Danville tt.r,iUy, t place at at rise evurj where. A been doinR the work. Mo., had lodjje, have bite, of StiirKvon, Nettie III., coveied the Illinois Central $15 to Insure a Mare in Foal, two overs, whom she made draw straws tracks to tho depth of tlve feet. Missisi.iu ,,,,,, Tiik Bide of tlm Middlesboio Money due when the fact is aucrtamed or mare to see who hiou tl have her. CHAS DUNN.Stanford, Ky. .. sippi tributaries generally are swollen to partedwith , biiK ni;to 1 10 estate of the late J.S. (.ill, Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. u Vfitr ulii, .iiu in nun wi- - their banks and are still rising. .Much w;d by bpecial Commissioner W . Will Ulrtim ndvert from the man who drew the damage and great sutlering are threatenvon-et- l . been postponed on ac- j. iviiiiiiiuu, straw ami about to marry the ed. count of some error in the court pro. The Frankfort Lottery is making a ceedins This will be remedied and the great ellort to prevent the State legislahrties HlHiio uiii-- mi. Hasmi? Loi.tfht W. C Cash' fatui. I vsill .rent , .. j. mne irum The ueiitlemau who married Miss ture from putting an end to its opera- tin. he larm tlCiW IIVP on, J'E-WrEJIjRichmond Climax wyH tho well- of this county, tions. It is charged that its agents have Tiik Carson, foimerly corra ZDKjUQ-O-IS- T meadow known railroad contractors, 1)., C. M. & js i,uint.(l Kdwnnl Dawson ami not Davi-D- . been attempting to bribe legislators. portion already b roken up. 4" acres ot Improve' and ilover. balance in A. Shanahan, and H. T. 1'owell have mn UH ,jlt, i'jllu,H m u jL, iHe,nploycd Hon. Evan Settle, of Owenton, says that and nf all kinds frood 1. F CASH mini, aiamom, rwy DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, hematite iron at the Avery Plow Works, Louisville, he was ottered $100 as a retainer ostensi-- 1 bouht 7,000 aues of fZ -- h ((& oro laml near Lowmooi, Vu.f aiul huvd and is said to be a very nice enlleiniin. lily for bis services as attorney but really jas. c oivens. ir' o with flOO.OOO Miss Lettie is pretty, vivacious and ac in the nature of n bribe. Feeling in the VM,ARKs FANCY ARTICLES, &0 formed a stock Lompany pui capital to work it. .Stock, in jlOO sliarc , complished and the two will no doubt legislature nguiubt the lottery is growing accurately compoiiidcd. s?a Phyticians prescriptions CT-iThey have strong. is now to b had at 'o cash, the balanco bo verv haimv Attornoya rt Law, corner of l'.'th in :!. it and moutli. This is a Kiantiu 0I10 to Tho icsolutions adopted by the institution with excellent men to back it. )Uuj Market and Mrs. Carson is Hvini: Statu Prohibition Convention at Topoka, 327 Fifth 3t - Louisville, Ky. WATCHES, , with them, STOCK OF Kansas, denounced tho republican party THE LARCEST shrevc Iluilclm ii" " ivi.,JMi I'OIT.U. JUAMiK. as being in league with tho liijuor pow-i.- r i .1......1.1.,, :...t .. '"""""I 3 ..! iiiiiikii".-CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ol HIKll irillje, who uimiih:u DEATHS' DOINGS. mill iiHirilil it ns "iitmrtv that allows (! G,VKNS FHANK MAKIMON of Col. Hibb, of this county, has been Ever brought to thu market. Price lower than J mine J. A. Lytle has received news 1.S00 saloons in tho District of Columbia the lowen. Watehfi, Clocki and Jewelry Ke. appointed postal cleik on the K. C, and u party paired on $hort;notice and warranted. of tho death of his oldest sister, Mrs. Su- and two in the Capitol itself HdRlNQN. GLYEHS will inovo Ins family to tills place. .ir. furnishes tivu kinds of who has hail this run, san Ford, who departetl this life at Knob whoso president 1. J. .blunders, REAL ESTATE, of a wine for his state dinners, and whose has been promoted to a run on tho Noster, Mo., on the 7th, aed "I, furnishes quarters in the givinp; away of the system. Over - u'miYvilm IJraucli and will taku his fam general moved with her 'Shorehain' for ono of the most fashionayears ago Mrs. ily to Louisville. Mr. Saundeis has -' Lot. ble and attractive drinking places in own ur sold Coal. Iron and Timber Lands bought Book Kttplng, Short Hand, Ttlevraphy.&cm on Commission. Correspondence Itf'V proven liimself a most competent man husband to Missouri, and in that time IV Hrite fut Catalogue ana full informutlo. La yr solicited. Washington. ' has only visited her old home once, that is deserved. his promotion 1ms k nts-ioxvi1 m m I'tnny. Watch Com: mid settle vour account. 1. -- - vive lior, but her husband wna called hence more than "JO years ajjn. Mrs. Ford was a member of tho Christian church and an cbtimable woman in respect. The judge and his sister, Mis. .f. S. 15osley, who are the sole sup vlvors of n large family, visited her hist fall ami enjoyed a week of happy reunion. Many friends here will remember Mrs. Tord and grieve to know that she is no more. ov-er- Turnpike Kleclion. f tlie Dtinville An election for ix director Crab Orchard Turnpilc will held at the PirM National Dank, Stanford, on the Aral Saturday in April, i&yo c t- DRUCS and JEWELRY Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glas3, Wall Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, y 4 J S llflSlfV, I'rr-iil- riit Jewelry and Silverware. AVJv.c-.,v.LVVj- REPORT OF THE CONDITION irir a 11-- 11 a-tL s rtvii r titoiI -- in " ;i yiii k v' The Best Railroad Watch. A"j?r-- r 1 -- v SNATCH, Kb nlhm pliesi ! '" I n. " ;, 1 1 Dm-fro- water-work- - - Mc-Klro-y 1 ! I ...,.,,. m eurn-ncj- W. B. MoEOBEBTS, C C ourt-Hoiu- Sav-age.- of .no to. re t- - A.A.WAffiflKlNr9S GROCERY" la-i- v, '"l I For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks din-dor- s On-har- , Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red White Onion Peas and in bulk. -1- . (- - 1 I - Y 1 I .1 1 I BREEZE -. WILKES"! i. lire-lon- g i7 1 ".... !t I rj -- fea-u- n. M9-y- 1.-- 0; SEEDS -- ALL KINDS - 1 ts Irish Potatoes and Clover Seed at the Lowest Market Prices. - , I 1 1 ' MARK HARBIN. ;ONBB3B3B J HIGGINS ii.-e- k M'KINNEY e hit-tlire- I .27 - , i. Hardware, Groceries, Stoves. SartfX4me, do. 1 1 1 i d I -- Sl.er-ma- n - 1, MciH-iiki-- r - - t well-to-d- o Jai-lt-t, ct mkmti?ili Mo . "1 l water-spou- Tl-li- n, .... i,. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. FOE KENT. . I A blue-gras- , r j,,,, it-l- ZJST2&ogZ s A. PEIWYi & E - '- S'-- AYUES&GLVENS, taFMrzoz fAVsZZGXv jfc?e - ' l,ouse-ket'piii- Kil-y- r ! I Js I vice-preside- Piucvillc, :5'- Kentucky. BRYANT & STRATTON Business College I OIIIQVII IP If 1 . -- J J!- EesarjtiAitWiii aL'j.w.LsnxjLiuJ!m I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT Published Evory Tuesday and Friday SVi I?KIt YJSAU,iy ADVANCK so paid oVhen hot S2.50 At ill be charrcd."Wl J- vgS g- K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Itowland at j,op 700 a. m , returning m writing his memoirs, which aro expect-l to throvvn,...-- light on tho history of soutn cue reign 01 .sapolcon III. " South ..... Espresj train 1154pm " " " North . I'll., ci. .1. ..r i ...j 17 an Loral Kreisht North .630am ; "avInfIa1 " 3j3Pm globe made upon South. tho The latter trains also carry passengers. different countries of the world will .)0 Solar The above is calculated on standard time. represented by precious stones. time it about 30 minutes faster ni.rlh H4 Manford on the Soimii, Crown Trincoss of (Sreeco, is loiiIi and "passed over the dark rier." Hush Hranch piVe, oppo.itr the .Id chiir. h There re about 50 aire In wheat and AND SURGEON, the balance PHYSICIAN astonishing and delighting tho Allien-them all, and connected with uflhc farm well set in timoth) ians with hor artistic talent, which she Lome of them lire some of tlio most.,iilenn. nf four rooms and kit. hen and t;()d dwelling a splendid new MT VlUIOroiV, IvV. . .I....1..1... ( .i.fuiiih-tiuieriis I rout her ICl'Olll. ing remembriinces ol our earliei life. barn; is well water, d and fenced PossrsslonJ.can begirn immeJiitily tor putieulats. ec p. Once nest door to Whitehead's pushed mother. Drue stort llailey, Stanford, nr w'nte the nndersigned at Musing Maret's Anemoscope. Spcialaltelioti iten Id diseases ol children t W I I'MEIO. Knf itoi: Wn t.i m is in future to ap- gloomy upon them, albeit we are of no Cincinnati, Ohio ;;-The above is a cut of the tecent inven- pear at jrroat reviews temperament, we can but echo and at state function of Mr. James Maret, of Mt. Vernon. tions, when ho is on horseback, on a the iiiel.incbolv words of the Irish bard: It is for placing on cupolas, towers, Hap magnificent Arab which has boon pre'1 feel like one HARRY A. EVANs, Who treads alnnc poles, pinnules, loofs and other places sented to him by tho Miltan. and which banquet h ill drltrd. - CLASS Sm A ANALYTICAL and with its pointers wiil indicate the di is entirely black, without a sinjrlo CHEMIST. Whose lights arc lied, rection of the wind at all times us well as speck. (Half brother to llngnoli and J e lllackburn) SlANrOKH, KY Whose garlands drad, Tiik (Jueen of I'ortugal has been very rising j cats, oscr htuds hiyh and in tine coo shou iticr the tinint.4 or' tins entiimms. It nd all hut he departed" diiinn Alna hne carefully educatesl. She is a student of Engincerinp; and Surveying in will be quite a help to strangers or any Pw Zjr m histon. dnlights in mathematics, and is Bucklen's Arnica Salve all branch en. Dark Bay Thoroughbred Stallion Jfc m one else desiring to pet the direction and a clever skotcher. She speaks I'reneh, m M4 'I he best sale in the world for cuts, bruises, points. It is really ornamental as well I'ortuguoe, Knglish and (iernian. She sere, ulcers, salt rheum, fver sores, tetter, chapl Imp Hillrt, and a sure and tine hree.ler all skit, erup I K. IIKI.I useful. It will be obsened that the vane Is said to bo beautiful also, and is verv ped hands, chilblains, corns and no pay rcquir . liens and posmsrl) cure piles, or laktUl ' rtla. an Stmfjril ,, hinnll.. i.iU popular. is secured to a central rod or spindle that rd It guaranteed 10 give perfect satisfactio, , . ' Price ? cents per bos Tiik impress of Austria's face and or monej refunded I keep on hand a No i ijualitt j passes down to the centre of the open ol Jellno. t.i r and Nmi Cal in my ard Leave your orders .1 figure is a surprisn to those who con- porsalebA K Penny Manlord, Ky. where it engages witbuiitre wheels, sider her a ard rfUd the) w ill be attended to iiiompt.y of Amazon, having Eupepsy. J II IIK.iUNS, idial, actuate the pointers, working in hoard so muchsort her horsemanship OJ of Dll.l.lONs siri"II.K Ma and .rJ Ky to have, in fuel, Ihi i with the vane, onlv working in a beiinr in at the death of sn nini- - f.,v mast liar what sou oiilit life I housunds sou nrr it to fully unjov This pou der nevers ines mars el purity. Dealer In strength ami uralo. menesv Mure economical perpendicular circle instead of lionon- - hunts llor face is exquisitely delicate '"So!"' man me oramirj kinus anu an not oe soia in ami letllied and her figure is girlish and lar. are pent .inntHill by our people in thr hot; Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps competition with the multitude of low test, short tally. If desired this arrangement can sna ct it may that the mas attain tm Iwon weight, alum or phosphate .i ler- Sold only in be used in connection with a lightning gracorul. Hoots, Shoes, lothmc. Hardware, Q .ecm We gusranlrc that Uctru Hit ,, be had h all cans. KO A I. 11AKINO POWDER CO , ware. inware, I urniture and a III. inprost Augusta, at tho ago Of trr., it n dmrUion. and thi t rod simply by securing the rod to the iRio H all MrctM Xew'iork persisted in, ill hring sou .kvd Im.tion and Ccnorul Lino of Crocorios, base of the anemoscope, it being entirely thlrt"tlPll. once nnnnnrrxl In tin. ,ml. form of a lieutenant of artillery in the khp,MV v ,. minenJFlestric lint. r for iv. I an. s C snd r. Cri it ' . r s.V M HOGLE of metal. 3IISS .streets of Merlin. ml. All kinds ol I'r nluce taken in exchange tor o dl epMu and all Oixas. nr i.ivrr, ninmac When her husband A 525,000 stock company is being made was about to Iohno nrr. mn at soc anu n per osni-- ny . re. ji K . .11 Posn.ftSc, iinsl su.1.' ted T r for Kngland. during l'enn' dru(siire 'Is a Candidate for Siipenntcndrnt of Public eheoU of I. iiK.Jn county Klcctinn August, 1S90. up at Atlanta, (.in., for the mauufactiiie the riots in Im she hrotnrht suniu Phlladoiphia Consumption Incurable? and sale of the invention, which we 1110 alllahlelllHumonU from tho T'rinco of ced and Sale Siablc Jkivcry, Baltimore, Now York, 31. Prussia's residence into tho roval Krad the following Mr. ( II Morns Newark informed will shortly be in shape to go to ...i-,- .Waa Oiiwh wnn Abscess ol units . p cHd 1.. the manner described ,,'i A,.',. ..,, ...a,,,,, i nd S.iutneasi As soon as organized Mr. Mulet Is Candid tie ir CIcrK of the Court of Appeal", work. .... Ittth of M.iwh. illiaoie Consuinpioe isrKan kisiisk '.V iy$i ahfio. This war, on rsing '! V: lll(hl n.u ir ikjMl to trie auinin 01 me wemocrauc pari lr. no- - t.os will get a good advance in cash ami nonI 'w'x.jr" TJk" V ana Ihscovery fct ("nsumptMsii, and hleciion Auiiist, and so excellent washer dlsguin that Ncsithird I'd Inn. (..rd la. the work en bottle and h t oer Hi) assessable stock. no one ncojni"ti my farm. It is ih nei Ktedicine escr aaslc ' "lla.l Jess .Mlddlew..rl tlcatiir. (Ihtu, I'imsck (ito'ii.K of Wales has boon R.. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. STAIIO.NS Vcs Dan The First Year of the Administration. tail liscirjf for cm, it not been assigned to th ship Kxcellont to Iwirn sumption for Dr Kmo died nf lung ruul.lr s Is im w.mld The lir.--t ear of the administnition how to shoot liijr 1.1 m now m n DENTIST. a preliminary Wavei.en 1 up br ilm tors ,, ta ji 'o j 1; tn 11 - boiiles fr atlit H. ' A rs- it milhealth does not end amid the enthusiasm of the to being promoted to tho rank of pm 11 ,a a,B s toj, esmtPB , " Oiliceon .Mam street, opivile I'ortman House, I'rnnsV drigtur. Inthestor ps i a f n r j V. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. and being placed In chai-f- o of a Nitrous Ovidrlias given for painless successful party. I'mloubteillr the pai-t- y up ulrs ' I Jun.Ma e.vtracling "Ml MeMmS- ON DON, KS lie has earned his sonman-shlis at heart disappointed. The Liberty Press nys the lasses bv The year ve.sel. J sI'sNrORl). KENTUCKY. M .re head . - 9 9m: pn, easily, anil oxen at iroeiit ho Is the lire us near as can be ascertained are e. lor hir C.ood (urn. ut. and ta Mt h lis Hill . . . lias not recoveied foi it any of its old on reasonable term. I isslbe rp..st consen i it ' ' Uhlsnd not compelled to mess m a jo the com- about as follows. IS. T. I'ierce, 5(XK. (J. lent point on therailriJ , react pla.es in tht " t j i prestige, nnd it Mill hardly he averted mon nontenants atlrll.burf. 11 Y. B. PENNY, i of his in the mountain se no, .(theate rank, but ' Muntint. it t $ K' that thus far the administration has all tho arrangements ofoh ship aro K. Cowden, 500,.lolni W. Whipp, I.se lluntiab the J 1), G. I'ortinan, fl.."txi. .loe l Arr Clurlvsioa dwarfed its predecessor in publieestimn- - up"ot so tint ho mav hum separate K1LEV HOUSE, ' ICUfi.a forge - fls .:.. mm... UH'lllll r.i...- rt .?. ..1.... quarters and occupy the captain'seahin. I'olly Colley, iV,.n0O: l Mil- lUIIIl'S3 CIIC ra hbau Office Sit side M in olhce recently HUH. ai " L harKMiassille ais w vacated hsJDr. I. Y HutTman Stanford. Ky. F. B. RILBT, Proprietor. C. I.. Napier, SHK): Crit Cotley, S'JW; Mrs. the president lias been signal plH OF LAT E. " lMUM-- ie ized by the ailoptiou of W. Whipp, Hm. W. P.Tate. ?:W; . , u pm code of nile.s .lohn London, - - - Kontucky. " I'bllaMpaaa. A Pi'.oJrrr is on foot at Mlddletown. Mono S. which, reversing the uniform practice of P, btone, .')WI. .New VshV.. . am' " KichMmMi, Va. 1 k pin a century, destroys the fair rights of the pX. Y.. to run a nlm, Hue for milk 10 SI Ri.EHN UrN'Msl .. " OlsllVslatdNatort iITlLU- hasc asosed to say new H.aeland aw belter ew iorK t ltv. Ladles Hhve Tried It. than cser to NssrfWli...... Mai direct Olb e tr W I .Mckouerts' minority, to lar as tuu new rules selady customer A number of uis hae tried preparedivery attacked acctsaansssdaM the patitic aat. .......... ..... .. .ill Good I. and ever) csstsssece dri Dr i More, Stanford vciumc iroin i.Lii, . I'n.nJ ' mi nu not bv uilhout cure the House against wanton obstruc- tho Paris frsins Ishm2 l.esiszton at 11 e a sireu l.i.c me a an. and s Exhibition to the world's fair fr aH nme its cost lhc recommend it to IKANK RU.KV. ; IVimK,, tion by illibustering, they are approved in the I nut (I s:i,i..j .P"r KRhaatjad. Ky all who are to become mothers. K. A. i'.iae, and W rite llradheW ft.jr on ie K C h t. Greenville. Ala undoubtedly by all good citizens But lly all drst- A M VlsOtKtVI to cost 100.000 into he Co.. Atlanta, J . for particulars l'""d VnltlMilt I s from Nrwo,i.,Ph u, 1'B0.Maiif..d. K. in denying the minority the right to erected In Laurel Hill Cemetery, San 1",, A nhu.. s., imioBtt-- j v. oppo I hst ri'inovcd mi ulti it m m d;H, suaifartj Blre,, ni Frant isco, for tho I'lood family. i?2.mtmm MT. VERNON, KY. will be f ninri at all hold themajoiity to an aflirmative exw hta , ou nr lie. a ZUi uiisc You should has site Kemale C llc;;c. w.ieie laM Hsail list' 'X ...... .,....n(IUH, R.thmo.d. JU fcj, MlWH1, ,,, HL'CH IUII) will act , , aBU '"1 "" ' po" times ...".:. pression of their responsibility, they outlri.N, VI has adonled central stntirl- - a medicine that Ixrtsel. on the liscr and Moteljis soil mamliin This old and ci;etiiblc iter . . ... as the .1 luces rage fair play and wise precedent. While am ume, anu some Ol nor ultUen coin- - .ivr nreuarwlestireasls tor thi purpo.e. In- in Us fine rcputatioa. Charges reasossable. Spc das- Maalord n - m ' ' sut on Riltmt' them as the base m superior and oat attention tn the traveling public WALLACE E. VARNOX, the paily action dining the year has not plain that the town loses twenty-eigh- t A",!",,",," '"" . Olisrll.ll A R I'cnnj, I)ruggtst fesvi'HUuk r. - K jna mm. minutes by the operation. Al V NKWCOMB. I'rap , rr""' .. j deepened public confidence or respect) Attorney at Law, dails, ifinEii.i . Mt Vernon, Ky, ' crni .nun at Stmf by tt SiiBflay i.ngnsn sjnilleate has bought 45.no not Sutlor anv Lonuor Ur sure ri. krte N Kontucky. ami has not been conformed to the best 000 aures of laud twentv miles from! A M Stanford, ,ha, .. .,.,!. ran he checked In a dar Co. I D. republican tradition, the situation has Chattanooga. Tonn.. and will establish and the first stnees of consumption broken in a .rilir , rd IK ' and II nvfnraiali STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. wriic ur caJlon all the courts of this and adjoin-nWill practice not been improved by the personal a town there. It is on tho lino of a Dr Ackers l.njilish eek, ehersy-ara-tcounties an. i the. onrts of appeal Comh Kemeds, and will relund the me to all I. H S. Stacg's drug store Itck- -t Aie,n of the president upon the coun- railroad All persvis wishing a ant life and ell lOflicecxer Mc Roberts I klMHr,K.BRNJ. ho buy, tate It 11. per direction", and do uot rtnd pleased wife let them use (tea. Tr.s I'atcni I ln.,r made at A K. I'cii Drill Vfi tho calendar - our iUtewenl corrwt. lorSleb try. The personality of Mr. Cleveland lbSO 100.CnlVas. ,' Stanford Holier Mill- - I ill f..r it at sour ,, 1 10,017 ploves of coin woro HrtlN(.loN id V I' . I.c...,r. ... K and if they have mil g..t it i hand, ur;t . was the leal stieugth of his administra exeeutd at ihcm to keep it or ntl .a order fr m them and tho mints of tho I'nited States. IihyIiiit I'ooplo Our Vorv IJoat get at llie Mill an. I im tion. His party had been long distrust- a uaranlee a plca.aht I and it total tallie of SfiS.l'M.OIW. faiml Conarm sir .ntuuicm -- hm e say thai Dr ed. But his integrity and his force of N I'" I I s s ,.c mt. lent 9S ' nIsl- - K.m.dy ia in eer) .ay .uprl..r t.. As olectrio. .Ml mile long, character had as marked an intliience from Atlanta. railwav (I- io Sarannah. ha, upon his, paity us it sniely luul up- been pluniiod. It is proposed to gen- coffar) on a --aasfd. hoi anu relseves.i once "III. I l',(,UAH.s KOI 'I'J-.- . on the county at huge. However strong ertlte the olls.tricity by UtlHlng power U"- Haawaahcr this remedy is assbl on a p..' p w might be dillereiice of opinion with his from the c.irrenta of rivoivs along tho ,l,,e " -THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST flGUTE view; s ami polity, theie were few men route. The scheme is likely to hi. tried. Tho'Flrat Symptoms of Dunth. M.VKUM. thousand families frm I!n-- I !. red feeling, dull liri.lache, pai.is In sarwu E. H. BURNSIDE, Proixrictor 01 any paity who did not ngiee that he OENTUAL KENTUOKY gland and Denmark Hill ho satllcd In vru of the body. Miikmic n P''" hl " tilled adeijuntely and iiiipi.siuly the -is w hiw. h irriinisi. the ' "". .loinittn V'iIIav III (ilif.,mi,. od. No uoi,v , snUiue ol pnosied presidential ollioe This conaciousiitis.s rep iMtion, Kentii. ky mint w pncH oi..h Bhsuei punm-- No Mulct in proprietor ih is mil season. t large tract Ol land llliS --ailirhns it U--Drc u.rr-- . delerinint th t and Us i.sir was of inimeii-- e seivico in bringing to been out into twenty-acr- e SOUTX-WSfruU ,"""" J"oid death 10 rein. c s rofulous or .sphilin, shall be maintained failed has hisbtippoi' thor.e who held many of his anil the colonists aro now on. V. thrlr wav ki.i u..i,r n.an. eomrante? t A It. rs m FaVST LINE reuii)'. HKTWBEN views, but w ho could not trust his party. from tho Old World. He ha remit Is a ' le.l lis it . ..p, .01 laments Av immeiiso bridge In Massachusetts it led to a to he built organizaRnBHuh PUIh Dr aokor's LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI ! pure .lor sjci. head tion of his party under new leadeiship, across tho MNslsstjipl at Xew Orleans. Ar nam.. r?eti to. cf appcUte. bad SCUIrDI'l r I.N tnjvt I No ,;.,.,, a.he, doedrreel .teniae h, and his peisonnl folic has made him in Theie Wlllhe two plerb In tho caittP-rothe rijer The of tbo Tough- ...j 4. ro tdT'Arrrror'a'hJoad4' A First-Clas- s Livery Stablo South Hound retirement the nnt conspicuous Amuri KeepslMl.N. V) liiidgo Coiupuny I.,V is at A It I'anny, Drugnui Ka Sun Dailv cm citieii and the chief lenresentative the head of It. It will bo one of tho o aecomiiKxIa'c the demand, of Ins increased llr.t 1 uritjuis furmshed I.ve Cincinnati I 10 jj pe . 01 political progiess and leform. This greatest bridges over built. The lepubbcans of thp I 'lilted States transient patronage and other. ( il 2 in I 09 p hi ' Commercial ravrlers I.se Covwaloa "i , to I.ve PaliaK ... 44 kind of personality is wholly wanting in Tin: throes of inveuthe genius haro Senate intend, of coiiim-gie seats in I7 pm ao6p,n Arr l'atts ri ii a m 10 i n mi t id d m L,incolirC'i-'s-'uthe presiduiit. Ah his predecessor con-- ( lesulted in tho birth of ajinthor scheme that bodv to the two republican aipliArr I.lsin, a p " WKJ5 ,0 Jl P I.se fans stantly grew in public estimation, it lor uttiuiutf the power of Magura. Tho ,.mf8 fr0I Montana. There will bu two MM l m .Xrr Wiach.tr m 6 M p m (len ntl Mars ll iuei f $ l.a parte would hardly bo denied by candid re ast project explottod contemplated or tlret. veekb' debute upon tlio ubje t Arr lticbmoiiu his wife r p w lJo in transmitting tho power of I he h.icr tln.ua filed ihcir tiutiltoH Arr I.ancaMer publicans that the piesident constantly New.VorkClty, through tho Falls to anl tbou tbo w long will be done. IIJPH a d an olectrio in the clerk's athec of aid uurt, aaiH" that said Arr Ma far shrink. Mr. Cleveland was strongly op- cable about tho she of a barrel and at a v Mur II Owens be empowerml to uh, cnjtiy, sell I.ve Kfchmostd P '"I ,i , ouahiiur 1. --its inivmimr t per any priipvrts she Arr llerea.. 1 I' Hl any tiud of a Katherui.' , ami conw) lor her own beneht the uerns or posed by a considerable body of his parona sillliwnrar you of Sl'.OOO.OQO cost in at own or aciuire, frre from claims Arr l.ivini;ton I.esidus. It isot ureal ditmavc to the th oat and of Iier husband,!" mate contract., smo and br .. ...... i.,i Hani, mm uueiaLiii!r 1.... .1.... ty, but he was sustained with the utmost o .,.11.. t .:... al this season r. is esccfdinsly iuni? own sued as a suitfie woman, trade No. ; ,.f lesoir; Olio. hull ImiiiU of Ktrks Cherry und disnoic of hrr nronrrts bv m tier deed. So. pride and enthusiasm by another por- pen sen. era a will or o. t most Imnortnnt lint- In !.,. V... Cuuh S rup s ill lehi-s- ar.v ordin oy cosicli. and Till: It is now ordered that notice uf said action lie " ' tion. But what gioup of republicans is this rmidycoU im more than the liilerlur graut.. published in the Interior Journal, a nrw.papar '.between I.se I.iviiifstoa S10 a in tloiwl lllgtlrtay the .North and thrown oil the markctato sillutenormnus published In humftird, Ky . lur ton daia. Piithuma'-tiI.se lleroa ..., 10 5 a in for the president, or feels South K f emi), Druggist has just boon completed In a span ' l"ofil (men under m hand this March to, iSnn Arr Kichinond.. J II a in that he is in himself a bulwark of his of steel streu-hlnJ I'. HAII.ItA, i from tbo wooded' i I.ve Stiuford 7 00 a ml Clerk l.iUL.'ln Circuit Court A ",ob Wl,h a ,",,U1"' '" "" Lancaster. I.x Kicbimind. . 7 45 a in paity ' What independent voter, in- shores of Illinois across the Ohio to tho Arr le oo a m .. n tent upon honest politics, turns to him green slopoj, of Kentucky, u span of the jail at partansbiirg, S. C, to take I.ve Kichinond. . le p im 6 la a in nearly fou? mlloo, tho longest motalHo and lynch (,i. .S. Turner, the wealthy Arr Winchester a 0.1 p mi R. B. .is a leader'' Indeed, it is with a certain a Arr I'aris " p ml 7 46 a m In ihe world ocopt the famous lory ownei, who seduced his nniiifiil viiiunt lis tli.it fsn.t ii,it.mii,1.itf.ti t I.ve l.exlucion """ .".."'"...-.'""I ' . in - ml 3 45 P m a 05 p bridge so jUCCKhSOK ro- I.ve I'aris the olhcefand the incumbent as the first of engineering oftemiuotod as a marvol lavs ami inuidercd his biotber-iii.laar p m J- - i ' i I' "I 8 51 a m 4 a6 p a. rr bklll. WC.Vtltil I.ve f'alaioutli 4 11 p m 9 Ij a m were repelled by the over it, but they vear of the administration'' (jiidi.llui-per'- s j 5 ss p ml 10 35 a nil 0 jo p m x ut, M'MICHAEL, x Jira 4 mayor's forces. Arr CibUh,jimii FLORAL FINDINGS. J SB p infio 4? a ml 6 g n m Weeklv. Mnthe.Maysv .lie llranch, .V09.tea.es lamil & T.Kni:its published in lie inrilMail ' Ifh'im or an of yourscalded, should huppen to be "nciety girls might take a hint from 5114TU AVKNUE. Boo, am and No. n. at J1 what hav. im in burcU 0r 54,. f, m ,f Ma.vileatioi,.am, and I .'o, ,,', fNo" ?' the the actrew.es about how to moid wu'n-kle- Jiapers declare that the juice of tint the house ' to allovmte "f pain- until you can kita leaves.Maysvilleat LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 4 German Salt-It s.i J a m, arriving K'lll "".k-'magiiey" 7 40. a m No ) leav.i .Maysv.lle atal , I'arn 0m, around tho anklen that silk stock-nisi- s l,s.l.7,1...1.liil.mt Is a certain euro for PhVua" band m nine lite this would save a nrldol sufJO llJUloplloDia. and that it has always ferine and oftentimes u donor bill, itaitliasuo arrives at Pari, at 4 ,5. p , rhe,e s.ami arr ICY. The Nobbiest fe Most Stylish will nearly always make. Pull the been used daily except Stindav well a of this kind, in the department of Anaahs u'i"al in ca.esA II Penny, aDru.'gist. inrlanimatinn No 4lavc I.tiamKlan in o$ am; ol all tinds Mocking on make it look as smooth and to euro all sufferings from bites. arrives Stock ol m 1011.1m. cMctil Sunday neat as you can fasten it well at the .No E loaves clnnatl 5 10 pm;:irrivi Katmouth A 1..M1V In TitiiBXillo. Kla., has a novKnglish spavin l.inimuill removes all uaru, soft s"wy XV 7 iu pm : cxcciit Mm Jay horses 1 t')p then take the point of the heel iijitl elty in tho way of roses. One of her or laltoused lumps or blemishes from blemish sm,. .No. 7 J.sn es I alninutfi rirmm : arrin,. r:,,e. III ZS cuie j LITlI J!o Warranted the c.o.t vvniiderlul fmany varieties be.us a bud whioh Is eveir known riatl7 5s.im; eaceiil Sundav p'lil it under the loot towaid the toes, It IVnny. druictsl, I4AV. Id bv ATlfiX. I No run's dally butw '" Nolo I.eaing. fins will take out three or four inches of green win n It blossoms. In the bud it Is Sla i.fjrd, K Inn and Cincinnati. No j runs du iy uctween so nearly tho color of tho foliage as to Ci lie nail arid Lexington 'slack." Hold the point llrmly and put Kver brought to tho ciiy ol Louisville, now open annuo make coniie. turns at incncatei DRUNKENNESS -- THE LIQUOR1 HAB bo hard to distinguish. iorj.ointsoiithe.V N' M y vmir hhpper on. The pieMiure uf the IT-- In all the World the.ro la but one including the WKES.s-T- H A .ovi 1. (lower ha, been found at the IMH1KIAVI -- Train.. ihtsVne .urUe cure, Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. a and depart from thr Central lout will keep the storking in placu. This Isthinun of Tohuttntepec. lnhin I'assenccr M fV.hRTENS This lloral It can be tfivrn in a cup ol te I or coffee without KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS Station Ciiichinaii. miking connection, was of wearing the heel nmler the foot chameleon bus a faciiltv a" of efTeciitiRa And also VI1 1 the knowledge of the SP" LABOR it. pretty hard on the silk, but it'sthoon-I- color during tho duy. 'in changing tts speed) ind permanent person taking it,the patient and Caps mr own imnortation nf Knolich lln. pointk North, laist and We.i cure, whether ,0 " ol Canes and I.von', de!i.,. teache'dhy tho morning LESSENS PAIN aifrd alcoholic wreck. LIFE is a moderate drinker way to keep the unsightly u tinkle it is w bile, when the sun is at itn zonlth Tnoutands of drunkards or an been cured who Celebrated Unibrclli; always on hand Fine1 For full particulars addias. any have uf ui h. . 11. II. ilACIIN. DIMINISHES S. K. II. tlieir ciillce from the ankle. A woman whom I knew ItlsMKi, undnt night it Is blue. Tho I1.1v taken the lloldcn Snrcihc I 'I bidiove they SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, knowledge, and WB',AHr. Gen'l vlvSi without their I.cainaton. kv. told her son this: ".My boy, don't over red, white a.nl bl ie Uower grows on a qmt drinking or their own Irer win. .no Cincinnati, O. .. ( , Snuva troo, and troo about thr 1. results from its administration. Cures guarIrav (loves and other Furs, a specialty. Orders marry a woman whoso stockings wrinkle H.K anteed. Send for circutir aud full particulars. Ad. UMI.NT.I0enVlMan1.Blea,, onh a. rivn i of city solicited, perfect satisfaction guaranout any po- drusv In confidence .BRADFIELD REGULATOR RO. ATLANTAgi j at the Sratiric Co., its (1R.VF.liAK rtpc.lr.ue. iinkl." Lillian Lewi-- . fume. SOLD ALL DKUGSISTS. Mail train going North L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ttjtim, .... ijipm jJ, x RUMORED OF ROYALTY. Ql'ki.x Victohi . receives on an fturago nearly too letters a day. Tin. Miltan or Turkey hits sent to a London tailor an order for two suits of ulothos. M11..W, of Son la. reoolvos 'vVuMOa montli from Sorvia and jy.oooa month from tho I.mporof of Austria. It is stated that tho Czar of Russia receives from all his gold mint's in about :t,00 pounds of pure gold every year. K.nt-ornhtbor- la .Inisi.Mi: 1Iov.!ai:tk ("plon-nlon"- ! is 1 1 1 Col. H. M. McCarthy, of tho .Town-mil- l s Journal, doses No oof bin of ivrollt'itionsof the ConstituI wsgonsand hor-etional Comcntiou of '111 ami '"(), na fol ..., have added new busies, my stable sec. snd to I .....v ..mines., 1n.11.1nu to none in this .nimn r irst turnouts on .hurt Iowk "Ami of that liuiilrcd representa- nonce ami Iceditu by the day. wrek or month tive Kcutuckians, bow many aiu now OJ ntURMONM). ky Junction C itr alie'.' Very few, of lourso, 11s 10 jours 107-iJUJalslslsVlslBlslslslslslsHuMVltl have passed, nml most of tliem then were middle-age- d & and over. All whom we ' know to be living are Willis II. Mnehen, ROW I.ANIi, K . dfc bis MJth year, II of l.yon county, now in j oat it. hud to their t.rorr a nrt las HUSTONVILLE, and Wm. It. Thompson, of lUillitt. with thing uiiully kept btnlnen Krpsli a few months of the Mine age. I lot It and Candid of all in thatconst mtly on hand tufts Arc atill in the bu.ine and tea ly to d anv in kinds All taken in psihangpfor thins in the 1 11.I1 rtaktti Imp Wr hace a fu are earnestly pious men Muchon a kinds ofCotimr Produce K stock of Caiea and Caskets of all kinds and Robes II atH ie lm CIKKIPK, Cirri. of a catholic. MMli.xHstiiiHl Thomp Our hears.-- , w'mh is nearly newcan be otitauied on short nonce .Mr J 1! oilicial leportors, nd the otlicor. Oren has shar ol. tir business and will shoe pur zoodt to an one needing nnythinx in our primes., lerk-a- , sewnm-at-arms- , line 64.tf keeper and even pages, so far as we aie I drsir. to sell my larmof ahout ijo aires situ informed, have all leceivetl theit fin- - lied about S. O. DAVIS, or mile, intere-t-iugt-crio- lAvwry Stable. CARRIER 1 WA'ITS, J. T. STJTTOIT curs-denriptu- CO., ky. door-k.apiile- Farm For Sstlo. pOVAt wwr . .,.. 1 W-kn- ew r, f. For Sale. 1 FIRST JACK, ml tf vJAIrC I 11 i ml I . .C - -- POWDER Attention, Coal Iiurncr. 1 Absolutely Puro J". HI. KCILTOIsr C -- WZ'Sffi 11 r 1 1 I ucsl.-iiri.rslin- 0!a Ky. Route ! KATE I 1 F. Brliiklcy ip j Washington, . .1 ..n.....,,. I r 1 h-r- . l"" sij-toI I hr N' s.s I rd - , eom-i.iand- er " K. 4 1 p j 1 ' mi I PR. 1 1 in 1 p- - . 4 11 St.-00- 0, Jm Dentist. . irM-t, CI CIL'C-te- tl THE 11 IH. a. S 411 it-- r.A. PRICE, 11 learnId -- 1 1 a si s -- ... I 3 v ui-- 1. 1 11 - 1 '.J REMOVED I 4 df,i"":-J",Ws1rc'liii- ut dn-is- NEWCOMB HOTEL. ,nt. -- I 1 1 !,, 1 I id-- ys I 11 -- 1 1 ,Th.. ' - - aou,-ierasu- ..i. "MS7KSSS--H- 1, h- --- --- i. r.l I 111 g i I ee . "' -- cro-cc- r. ,,r"-Ri- I . inUr'-Uli- v r 11. -'- t , tln TZZTlVX.T N Kentucky Centra! UR. 'JZ -1 - THE MYERS HOUSE irr 1BJ HKt Wi' 1. 11 nr .... I 1 T. 1 f I'ool and Itilliartl Parlors 1 pre-lde- nt , lsl.cr 4 I Ikiia 1 1 si H Court. . ,1 I I loilghly-Ostlniatt'- d ,... 1 111 1 ur-....- ... .1 ...... 1 . 'i 4 I North-Houn- d. I - e th-ta- re " -- - isBHHiKSI .- fac-brhl- siMor-in-Taw y GEOGEGHAN, xiai 1 $ 111 I j 111 CO ,WM. ADAMS SON, , ' s , ," - LEXINGTON, m MOTHERS FRIEND Dflar Si...n IV - lri . j. s '"" 9' j 11 world-rrnown- .V I ., .10 v An.le-.ntl.- n. " r-- 111 j y Harmiu-etle- ct . ! out-std- o , ar (Jn-nr- v ItacrStreet. Ctncimiti.O teed Don't lail to order a NOI51IV HAT Jivt Chamber ofCfsniiiorie MAmi, Cincmnnti, O KH flrt : jt srJUr. SqjJaSrfcfai)iiij!aaj &mm: