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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890032101 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. An Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 21. 1S90. NO. 6 btnkes are driven down a hundred feet or so in advance, to each of w hieh is fas teuudadium. Wire ropes extend from; them to the building, and as the drums are turned by horst's the rope is wound around them, drawiii'' the house along as far as possible, when the npparatus is moved ahead, mid so on till the desired point is readied. It is a novel sight to see a great big house moving nlorig so easy that the plasteiing is h.irdlv injurBARB0URVILLE BOOMING. Interesting Budflct From the Coast. Golden Imkiiioii: article in the Istkiiioii .Joiknu. of tin1 'jsth ult., to the eH'cct that babies wcie bo scarce in tin' early settlement of tlmt once mi oiehestru i u Sniii Francisco theatre stopped playing mi Unit the audience might unjoy hearing outcry, I picked up n l.o Angeles Mipor an I ramc aeioss the following, wliii-lwill show how "times biw rliiiiigMr here hiiii-tlu'ii. In this. is in all other rati', overproduction tends to depreciation mid dually to n mrtial alKindoiiinciit of the industry, ns shown in the resolution of the young mini here spoken of. "What a ben of trouble a very nninll baby can stir up. A healthy "pciiinen of these bits of hutnniiity made things hum fhe other evening on a train l'liHailoim ami l.os Angeles When tt... tram niillfd out of tliu Station the baby began to.ryund theycllkept up nil of the And Mich n yell-o- ne that seta your teeth Hhiill, pieicingkind. on edge and makes you nervous. The uir wasnowded. The men mm.ii 14 inCull-fornia, Dun Mnr. r.. l.wi;s, Ow.. reading n'1H. littli! Alter tin-wa- other towns in Kentucky are springing up and fast becoming cities, it must not be forgotten that Harbourvillu is among the others in the way of booming. The first impression that is made on the mind of a stranger is that Ikirhourville is a grand old mountain town if there is ed. never another improvement. The town For at leal eight months in the year has always had a healthy growth and n ripe oranges may be found on the tiecs. live town like this must necessarily They eoinmence to ripen in December, have room to expand. This feature can-- , at which time blossom, green or half not be denied that she is hituated in a' giown oranges and ripe ones are to be beautiful valley, larj-- enough to seen 011 the same limb, and often in An locate thousands of people. The )usl and sometimes as late as Septem- town is situated on elorhood."' he right bank of the The moving of houses is a regular bus- ber the golden fruit may still he plucked, Cumberland river, high above high wainess heie. A company is equipped for if the trees are kept well watered and ter mark and is a delightful place in -- TOthe purpose. Only a few days ago I saw tiiuimiHl. Tnose who planted a majori- hummer as u resort for the unhealthy.1 them take a "i room house a half mile. ty of the orchards here seem to have The pure water, the balmy mountain air, The building is first jacked up and hca- made tho gtciti mistake of sotting out the fragrance ot the wild roses and for-- j vy beams lasienci unuor us inn lengui. (codlings instead of the navel, and most est flowers make it a charming 'place. tinier tliewj are inserted rollers. about of the crop is inferior in si. of fruit and The people have always been noted for two feet in length and four inches in di. in llavor. Xuvols grow larucrthan other their morality and refinement. Harbour-vill5 ameter. which rest on thick ; plunks s,. varieties, have thinner skins, no seed is the home of many distinguished will toll onsy. Then two laige undine much sweeter. In fact, lhy KentuckiaiiB and her good schools are an thev KENTUCKY, will on the . are second only to the best Florida inducement for people to settle heie. and are much better keepers. Tin A street railway has been in operation very best California oranges me giown Tor more than a year. The street cars at Uiverside, San Hcruardiuo county. make connection with all trains, which A number of laboring men in and isan advantage that hut few cities of mound Mnnford asked me to let them Kentucky enjoy. The depot is situated iSjO, sell at know thy)' the Imkiuou Jom.vvi. if o ist of the and almost one they could better their condition by commile from the bushics ecu tie. The ing to California. I wish to say that I streetcar line will be extended this, don't believe they could justnow. Work The Hig Double Koom opposite the Portnian House now being filled is not at alt plentiful and wages are very spring out Main street to the race park1 and fair ground, thence down Dorn Aviwith little higher than in the Hast, while the um to Allison Avenue, and up Allison to cost of living is considerable more. Durthe depot, making a grand round of ing the boom wages were away up. Carthree miles. The erection of a new ho- One third cash; balance in two equal installments at 0 and 12 months. penters made j."i to S(l per day and other tel will be begun in a few days. This laboring men did proportionately well. Stock in the Company may now be had by applying at once to S. hotel will contain 30 bed rooms, lobby, If theie should be another boom, anyM. Owens, Stanford, or to the General Manager. S95 only for a share Whuh ml! U "M at thing like the last, th t would be the halls Ac., which will make it tho largest in Katern Kentucky. of Si OO, and the stock will be taken up by the Company at S 125, for lime lor them to strike for the ran lie A Commercial Club has been recently first payment for lots. No personal liability for deferred payments Coast organized with a good roll of members, The people of lNnadena are celebraof which W. J. Candill is president mid the Company is content with liens retained. ting the completion of another C. !'. Davidson secretary. At n meeting Until day of public sale a limited number of lots will be sold privaterailroad from Los Angeles. The town ib of this club on the Hh inst. the necescan buv You dwontled witli the National colors; and ly on same terms, at a fixed schedule of prices. sary funds were raised to erect a Comthe Umks and most of the stores nr-- ' building, which will he - It is believed that, at these prices, this Addition now furnishes a closed. An immense crowd has gather- - mercial Club for investment than anywhere clcse in Eastern Ky. begun at once. This edifice will be a ed at the Park, where they are amusing hi ick and situated on Allison' , themselves For prices, lots or other information, apply at Stanford or l'ine-vill- e, bicycle ruling, .c. The local military Avenue. Ky., to The "Loan and Improvement Compa-company is drilling, nanus are lurnisii-inny" have under headway the McAdam- JT. stirring music, and at the proper time i.ingof Allison Avenue and the poles! NOTIONS, a lug basket dinner will be partaken of. General Manager Hell Co. Coke and Improvement Co. at the Webster Hotel, a big for the electric lights are already up. biiiquul will be given dipt. Cross, the The plant will be located at the large huiidur of tho road. Western people plauim; mill and the huge engine that know the value of railroads. If they runs that will also be used to light the'' had such a chance as Stanford and town. Shade trees are being planted Lincoln county have in the C. 1. It. it out along all the principal thoroughfares u can thinV of or wish for It will And in f.ut, most every tiling would be built ami moving in less than of both the old and new town and ev 12 months. They don't mind giving to erything is being pushed tobecomplcted Are headquarters for r.iihoad companies, if they know they'll for the big sales next month. Several manufacturing estalishmcnts get it back and more too. &c. will locate here in a short time. The Had another rain Saturday, but it did long. Yesteiduy was a legislature has passed an net authorizing not last very Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel is all the town to issue $10,000 in bonds to be right good Maieh day, but iised for the benefit of the old town. An one could wish. To tall and look thunih the House and No plow is equal to those; no Plow and you will make no mistake. To give your rcaduis some idea of how iron bridge , is being built across the things are done here, I have condensed Cumberland river, thereby connecting plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. livery plow warranted to from the papers published within a radi- tho richest part of Knox county with Jtarbourvjllc. Considering do good work, or no sale. Ask your neighbor. us of ")0 miles, several items think will the trade of all the above facts, that Ikuhourvillc be interesting. Some of them are pretty hi tales, but this is a wonderful coun has a bright future is not to be doubted. AV. !. C. -orange grove-a- t try, you know: A Heforc buying elsewhere. IlliOntario was soltl last week to an A Little Tariff Poem. nois man for S'o.000, and I'O acres of itn-- i He stit in his door at noonday, lonely colors. d.rM'rnP ptoxed land, suitable for oranges, sold and gloomy ami sad; brooding over the fffl, thabe&t for Cotton, Yard-wid- e Tho Pomona paper says that price of his corn crop and figuring how '''V 125,000 orange trees will be set out in much ho h:ul. He had worked from the neighborhood of that town before early springtime, early and late and May next. The Itiverside l'rest reports hard, nud ho was counting his assets and Is Receiving His Duss Ginghams that are now selling for t2Vc can be bought Ml the the sale of h year-olorniigo figuring out his reward. I (e figured that low price of loc jjrovo foi S10.IKX). There is nn eucalyp- it took two acres to buy his two loys tus grove of I, --'00 acre near Florence, new boots, anil ten acres more on top of containing over a million trees. These this to fit thcin out witli new suits. To Goods Warranted and a Pcr'ect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. are cut every thiid year and yield 00 buy his wife a piotected dress took IOO cords to tho acre, which nets the owner bushels nioie, while five acres went in a $7 per cord, or Si 10 per acre each year. solid lump for the carpet on tho floor. and 15c per ynrd.'jThc The trees grow from the seed in thiee His tax and his grocery bill absorbed uv. u'-iThe Utwt Spring Styles, yearn large enough for fuel. A Ventura his crop of oats, while the interest on line ol prettiest hog his farm mortgage took all his fattened mini has just killed a Poland-ChiZDIRUrO-G-ISthat weighed 1.000 pounds, which net- - shouts. The shingles on his cowshed tud !HX) pounds. It yielded 100 pounds and the lumber for his baru had eaten of lard. A gentleman of Arroyo Grande up ,; and the balance of his DRUGS BOOKS STATIONERY, ' ' II ub U 'Jt 1 received a ?100 prize for the largest on-- 1 cor:i- So he Hat ,is ,lp0r at noonday, JU aoi JT in the town. A full line of ZiK. r -- r tW XX OV,. Ever offered for sale ion, which weighed ( pounds, --' ounces. ARTICLES, &0 figured FANCY ouev ami jrioomy and sore, as he -- -BHWi WATCH. puic ms t. 9 SA rtki t The successful crop of peanuts through-- up ,jb weam, a little less than it was the indue- - yuar before. "Hy .ruin, they say I'm l'hyiicum prescription accurately compounded. out Orange county last season has ed the farmers to plant a very large acre- - j,rotccted, but I know there's something age this year. A farmer near Anaheim wrong I've been deceived and gulled sold most of his crop of Irish potatoes mul i,00d winked bv this high protection THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, ' Inserting. Two spools ol good Thread, white or black, 200 WO sackstcontitiniuK about 110 pounds 80lg They told of the rebellious And CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. per sack. They were ors mui buhl up the blood v rag, and I tat- -' to ood as Clark's. Good Suspenders, full length, yards each, for 5c brought him near- followed along like a pumpkin, and now Ever brought to thu market. Price lower than raised on 5 acies and 5 cents per pair. the lowest. Watchei, Clock and Jewelry Ue. T. It. Walton. ly $l,r00. I'm holding the bag. But from this paired on ihortjnoticeand warranted. time on I'll investigate, and get to the "Gentlemen, what's your verdict'." bottom of facts, and I'll bet $4 to begin asked his honor in a Western eurt- tax." Kingman with that the taritV is room. Kas.l Democrat. "Well," responded tho foreman of the ,...:f .,11 Knll cinrk Hrnrnns Si. is. worth St. sO. Men's Congress jurv, "'leven on us wants to kang the ny one can make the Gaiters $1.25 and St. 50. Big lot of Men's soft and stiff asScrolula, prisoner, but the twelfth man sticks to it fire extinguisher, and at a small fraction KKK'l" SPECIFIC cure all blood diseases, uchNecrosis, Ai L'lcer, Pimples, L'. crated Throit Price $i per bottle. diseases In all its stages he ain't guilty, spito of all wo can say the prices charged in the market. Any White Swelling-- Syphilitic is the most pleasant to take of all the Iron tunic. It cures Dyspepsia 0 IIAVIS' IKON lUT'ir.RS blood, rcculateilhe luer and imparts new energy to the miisilei enriches so, bein' as ttie twelfth man is a no ac light quart bottle will serve to hold tl)e it elves a keen appetite,Price Si perthe bottle. nerou. system. count feller, any way, in order to make solution, which is composed of I pound and GATI.IKF WORM SS'RUP is made ol the lot worm killers and tvpclltrs known to the med- and therefore recommends itell. His pleasant iu take, saic ana rename, iricc 35 the verdict unanimous we've concluded 0f common salt, J pound of salammoni- - :.! <" I.im to hailC 'em both." Mlinsey's Weekly. ... dissolved in about tWO ouartB of wn. ' GATLIVpS MAONKTIC PILLS lor allbox. Cmplamts, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headac.e, 'nee it cents ncr &c Acts as cathartic Your chance to get good goods for a little money is now before you. and lor sale to the trade by the ter. Manufactured The best remedy for tho gapes is to Country Produce taken in exchange for goods. The Artist Printer, of .St. Louis, reof turWILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., give each chick a drop of spirits examine my stock. In the pentine on ti bread crumb. If the chicks quests its correspondents to refraiu from You are cordially invited to call and are numerous, mix a teaspoouful of spir- writing about the weather, but adds:, store room formerly occupied by Powers & Co., opposite the Portman its of turpentine with a quart of corn "Should it rain ink, hail type or snow j Housc" ' meal; make iu a stiff dough and feed to paper at some time or other let us hear, Book about It." the chicks. Writ ' i teiest in newspapcrsand novels and cast careworn glances in the direction whence the piiinful sounds emanated. Women waxed nervous mid sipiirmed in their seats. Kvcrvbodv was uticonifoitableex- cept the baby, who seemed to be enjoy-- 1 ing tlie commotion, and apparently kept it up out of pure cusscdncss; ami the ha- by 's mother, who did not seem to mind it a bit. exhibited siieli an exhibition of patience as is rarelv seen. All heaved n sigh of lelief when the brakeinan yelled out 'I. os Angeles, and one young man said, as he left thecal. 'I was going to, propose to my best gill tonight, uuiinat baby settled it. Henceforth I'm a re formed man, and shall pass the test of my life in the peaceful ipiietiule of bach- The Coming City of the Mountains. To the KJitorof the Interior Journal. , Ii.w:noi-nii.i.i:March HUh. While An Attractive Opportunity For Investment. THE e coin-foitab- ly m VNENT ADDITION - c PIIEYILLE -' oran-vtes- "Jones' Cash Bargain Store!" 15th and 16th of April, Public Auction Alternate Lots to highest bidder. court-hous- e New, DesirablelGoods, -- The Lowest Cash Prices. to-da- y 1 j Dry Goods, Qsnts' Furnishing Goods CLOTHING, ; two-stor- horse-racing- ball-playi- ng, g 1 S. UXJGrHCES, To-nigh- t, Boots and Slioes, Staplo and Fanoy Groceries, Quoensware, Glassware, , HIGGINS OTKINNEY j Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, to-da- y GET tPRICES uc; 1 H.6.RUPLEY,- 2D00 Yards of Standard Prints, fast ver Yard: Brown Lan easier Ginghams Uc; 5c $7,'-'0- 0. fS2 Svhv 10-ne- re, d SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Sateens, Stc. c ire .cSlo Jul T iraiwwsr jt AMr x & A V 11 d na White Goods JEWELER, oC ?'& sr'sc'biir-sV H MM beef-stee- rs - 2 1 1 1 . Hamburg Edges j trait-eac- h -'o j j ' Boots and Shoes, 11 t ( hand-grenad- e The Great Remedies! ' Hats. VilHaniwburjf,K. KYr -- JOE S. JONES. XI BRYANT 7gC?.ft & STRATTQN Business College f iVS. ,,J. jtW t ' -.-- i - s.i- v - . 3-- J - n r. " Semi-Week- ly The House has passed the bill to .Stanford to issue bonds for the establishment of water works. Makcii2I. ISflO Stanford, Ky The bill to riMiuiro the counties to p.iy for their own record books instead of drawing on the state treasury for F them, ought to become a law. The Mou.e passed a bill to tax the SXSZ capital stock of all companies hereafter incorporated. If it becouu s a law it will ' put an end to charter peddling nhd wild DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ' e it companies. Mr. Warren pieseuteda bill to prorcr Count) Judge, THOMAS W VARMJN " Countj Attorney, JOSHl'M V I'AXTON, hibit the s.de of spirituous vinous or H COOl'KR. " County Clerk, malt lijuor, or mixtuies of either with" Sheriff, J.N MrXKtT.i:; in two miles of the l'.ptit church, in " Jailer, SA.MUKL M.OWKNS, PreaehersviHe, in Lincoln county. K. D. KEVNKM ; on-ab- Interior journal LEGISLATIVE BOiNCS. le M. .1. "Cheatham, a jivh.to Missisaip- - j pi merchant, was hanged at Grenada! Wednesday for the murder of John Til-ma- i IWB a negro. All fieight ears that run in Massachusetts now are required by law to have an iron railing along thu side of the roof of every v1"'. The law is con- sidered by railroad men to be tin e- Haiiev, of Carroll, was acquitted at his examiii- ing trinl of the killing of Tube Dean, a bad negro, lie attacked young Bailey with a pistol and got a io.i of i.u. ksi.ot in his vitals from a gun, not however nn. til he had shot Mrs. I'Miley through the leg, asshe came up to try ami separate A disagreement between ..Ninnrrk and the young lanpeior of Germany has caused the Iron Prince to resign. The immediate came of the crisis is obscure, A FUZE TO EVERY PURCHASER THIS WEEK. "" W. WALTON. T V ' PACES. 0tSiK;Tl Kescnmtfvo o'enllemasor a youth's suit to the amount of $10 w "IVCtl (i. UCUMtlfllL CUCll fl'Ce. 1Q t.llC pUVCllUSCV Of eVCV'J '"" ""' i""" if 'CSS )l Item w tfic aJllOUItl or $t ail (I OVCr will be rimm, tt.hvnnol.nii, n, 7, of P.ll free. Tl) til G pit I'duiSCI' of U boil' S 1(11 L'C nants suit to tin: a mount .. 0fC2.5U and over will vv. .7 .i.' ....;,.;.".. ',, "'"""" unumil. Ihe "iron a complete Iri c. baft u,i,j,,, luwutHiu" iJio lie "' i" r-I'll- T M Purchaser of a .,., lS . . . . . j-- As-eo- " Sup't of Com.non Schools, W K. McCI.AU the men. " ' v The income of llockefeller.the Standard oil man, is $1,000 per hour. It is stated tliat even if Judge Kineaid A bill to eiect a $.0,000 public build- is acquitted, he is so broken down physto Us ing at Lebanon lias neon lnirouuixu. mentally that it will take a ically and hi ... wii.ntts ice r nail. UlllJ USSUI'e lON,. A'erei' l)C 01'C HIVC U'G minors were burned to death eiTect on international as well as on . . Five " .. i r r long time for him to jeouperate, and in the (iermania Mine, in Wisconsin incstie allairs. The Kmperor cajoles IIUU. SUCH U.ll USSOrflliPIll Of ri Mines, Car- I ,, that he will be until for newspaper wuik llijmiiri'L- - fuvnra tln i'Mill'fk I n. fyltlltv A'i1 i rt The World's Fair will open April tun u .stijw.s, or for n vear or more. Tim readers of the --The laundrymen'sassociationof New mf.(!S aU(i "A 1S" and close the October following. kltvli prieCS bcCll SO tow. Bo go me be Louisville Times, whieli h nerved .o Railway Co. ork and Now Jersey have determined Thu Lexington City faithfully, will deeply regret this, a.s his has been sold to L. II. Daughcrty, of tofree.oallthe Chinamen out of the UULLllU repoits were always interesting and New York, for 10,000. business. An opposition hou-- u will be! had a knaek of getting at the inside facts Two more men were added to the nlaceil next door in every town in thu eooner than any others. The Times, death list Wednesday at Indianapolis, States, and the rates will bo reduced l however, does not propose to get left by falling walls, in the burnt district. il wash houses are closed. the during Judge Kincaid's retirement, so it A half million dollars for this purpose A Missouri judge instructed a grand-jurhas, we learn, decided to Fend Mr. A. euchre, Miying it was asked for and partially subscribed. on progressive Y. Ford to Washington to represent it. Where The goemor's private secretary, should be classed with other gambling. We The selection is an admirable one, as evA. A. Chesnut, traveling salesman of W. H. Gritl'eths, will resign May 11 to to de-p- a erybody who has read this gentleman' W. K. Grinstead it Co., of Louisville, af- become secretary of the railroad comexcellent legislative reports this winter ter a brief illness of pneumonia, died at mission, and already numerous appli and his comprehensive tetters from Woodbine. cants for his position are showine up. ha.ro tt.in a. l!pnnin,7 1,,l Come ' Frankfort, will agree. Mr. Ford is quite U l ,1 ,,,' J 'T. w'-has been r.iiel for W. P. Campbell, editor of the Maysville th A fund of $10,000 I nl y a young man, but he U admirably equip I HJ tHWl. O.Leigh, of the,""' the families of the firemen who were Democrat, and ped for journalism and has the bright killed at Indianapolis. President Har-- ! Paducah Standard and at present insist- est of futures before him. JHT. ant eleik of the Senate, are among them., rison sent $- -' 0. XV. ' 1WTA TXT a 10 year old boy of, -P- erry GoiT, City Auditor Whiteside, of Chattafrom NewMr. Draddy, the legislator g,10rt m Clay county, W. Va., was expelled trom port, has been waltzing around on his nooga, iias been found Sii&.'JoO he hadn't been found school by his teacher, Morgan Hosu. auricular for a day or two because the his account", but Young (loir, accompanied by his father, Louisville Post charged him with being at last account". The levee along the Mississippi has mid two companions, returned to thu I. 31. an attorney for the lottery companies. bioken in several places and the water school and knocked the teacher down He arose to a outstion of nrivileso Wed STABLE, was stabbed to L!VE?,, AND FEED nesday and after denouncing the paper 'is ruMiing over the low country doing with a club, and in turn in A general light followed, death. and its amiable but fearless correspond-- , incalculable uainage. STAN Hilt K. --The Ci ran . Hotel at Cincinnati has which the teacher ami the eldor tioir ent, Mr. John Riinl, asked that n com-SI'WI U Al II NT ION u tOMMUKl I l mittee be appointed to investigate wheth- - '"" boM again, this time mr &1I1.000. were both seriously wounded. .! llortm nil mutrt I. mm In ami tr4cler negro bit a white, A m lii-rer he is a rascal or not. Mr. Warren H is sou ot an eiepnanianu unngs uw nu lc Only tirn-- i U lnr"-!'man on the linger in Alabama recently. i "..il- the Nuc-- t and m)-.- t womj)!-tc-was named as one of tin smelling com- every time it is put up. i and It began to swell and pain him so that Cotton is cornered in Liverpool mittee, but you may wager "our Dick" I will not give Mr. Draddy a certilicate of American manufacturers have to buy amputation was necessary. A few days good character unless he deserves it. there and reship across the Atlantic the ago the pain in his shoulder became so The man w ho wears such a patronymic raw material so lecklessly sold last fall. great that he lost bin mind, and Mon The Standard says the Lebanon ice day he was thrown into a snasm by the Lot on Main Street in Stanford as Draddy ought to sing low until he gets . .. : ii it changed to the factory is making o ions oi excellent, ice sight of water and died in agony. It is a bill passed to have Coi i5""' already stored said that the bite of a "blue gummed" more euphonious one of Smith or Brown, every --M hours and has 51 Acres of Land, Jle can never be a statesman as Jong as over :50 tons. The blocks are llxL'O inch. African is as fatal as that of a dog with l)u Cran irJ pike ol Appeals neipe.i along hydrophobia. Couit he answers to the uncouth and untight-the Winchester boom by nlUrming the ly name of Draddy. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Columbus Bukkjt. nnarly now, and Rockorn. decision giving her the Wesleyan Col- Bovoral Chairs--with Ohio and Correspondence Path's great tenor, Tomagno, gets lege, which is now located at Millers-S- i 1c' it will 1" Iftlit Und not fr rent, or 00,000 for o0 performances, while a burg. Pennsvlqania oil men indicate that wells ruithtr information uhi t w '' w " ( AI1 ON T K The Secretary of War has authorized will lie" bored in this county during the brother of his sings in the chorus at $17 .S"J"' liver in Stanford. Call niul examine And be cwiviuccti. a week. They do not travel together the Mississippi Hiver Commission to summer. - penil $100,000 for the protection of the there is said to be no further coinThomas Shockley, Hound Stone, has munication between them than the levees from Warrenton, auss., io uie been cranted a pension. Mr. M. J. Mil- A Titos. Etage business requires. The tenor gois head of the passes ler's name now appeals on the Mexican' , ... r.., ' t ,.! l.l s .sui-b-soShoes. in his special car, the chorus man takis pension roll. i no inn natneoi inswutrcK is George Leo Von Caprivi ile the run of the train like the balance of In a jirie light near Tacoma, Wash., tiu. H.tel buniw., I will i ne.irliiKto .ioie Carpets, Oil Cloths, Matting, l de Montecuculi, and he is not only liarnej Curtis was knocked down the supers. But Tomagno oughtn't to Lace Curtain, &c. u iii be am ttacfr roon or a li put on such airs. lie was only a bag- a Lieutenant General, but a Vice Admi- times before ho was knocked out by ' buinc, 4 lli county i im too,,ur pruhibi.HM. gage porter till it was discovered that he ral in the Imperial Navy. Jlllimy Mllltll. There i a large Jml .j.lcnJMly built l.ivrr Sic locution u good Tor Inery could sing. J. T. Harahan, formerly manager of .Mr. 1. A. U'illiiniis (if IIIIS pilllX, We alw. bed ami the crlba All outbuiWini;..lnclii4iiii the Louisville ifc Nashville and the nas purcnascil a lour acre iraoi in. i.ock bJ brttxiin i ilrpaiunept i Cvid r(iir Any uite Gk.n. W.J. Lxdkm, chairman of the to ao ( aoii wi. Chesapeake it Ohio, has been made man- wood, Tenn., and laid it oil in lots will- willhint;veil locale iniuu ttie next imi day uumhu Am de10 10 call tla Republican State Central Committee, termined to wll and MunetMie wll l a buri:in is ing it Williams' addition, This ager of the Kentucky Tnion. lie is soiling tiaod klacktifli.il hc(t m ptMinUi ad the beat has (.'nileil a meeting of the eointnittee to n to be sure. rather a lots at a rapid rate ManJiiilon. he held n Louisville, Apiil 2. The oh-Mercer county was visited on the Messrs. William Poynter and Milt iiu.taiiMiw, Ky. ject is to choose a member of the Na-- night oi the ISth by a severe hail and MSI!... 1. n or mtt ot my nery S Will alo .1.1 .... . ..,. ... l.ii.l ti.i tvitlt rliuntilttf iqiii 107- - IM tional committee, two members of the rlRS,l, hrh windstorm. AtSalvNa every building .). . nrown, JiiCKbUii ionn, r.. 1. niio State Central Cominittee and to discuss I will ul! ut public, auction nn in the town was injured, thetwoehureh-e- s A.J. Fisli are at Kockwood. One of the advisability of a State convention. ' being almoit completely destroyed.. your leailers will lx' glad to know where jFriday, Prtarch 1890, Col. W. O. Ilradley r.nd Congiessman Mr. Suyersl of Texas, in Kgbeit is Mr. Hlijah Roreing has been Wilson are candidates for the former A lot ..l to l, ohmihu "f r " Hom, . the pension bill, showed that from July (...lilU.il ll tylcd madMerv .rftiod family Ivirse., nH.e, with the chances in favor, we hope, ofj 1, iNit), to July 1S!)0. the expenditures .mace uas present-- i nne j )ar ild lior.e liy Wei. hmo.it, one J yet- iieoiogiii i. i. our Garrard country entry. horMr colt by tame, J oodiiuHl nuro; I.nt-rfor nensions were $1.1 iV, .UO.0 7. The cil the writer with an Indian buttle ax Outfit, iiiiludiiikr j X' oil tu.ic. i new mid t a , goad 1 nfw , in' k, Hartieo., SrinK Van n, lnyonil foiiiprolu'nsion. Bl,, Ia of peculiar formation. It was found in Col. of the Coiiricr-Jouiua,Vi ; u""d Mill. lu aud a tew shoati and Fancy Flannel Shirts, -- As large tiantitie.s of gum the Sinks of Round Mono six .months llouiholl I)nil Kitchen F'irniliire don't take much interest in Jim Ma.efs CAKI'I Mill, Huuwiw:ic usp'1 in tla' "'"""'Met""' "f since. It was in n small 'chamber lead-He thinks there is not a Phor ar0 o for a contrivance smokeless powder, speculators lmvo got-t- ing olf from the main cave, lyim; on a gnat deal of blowing! u' bonier on it and pnees jiiiiini1 wooden shelf with some arrows and ai tell which wav the wind is Shirts, IfnWerri ShirU, Kane Shirt., ri Sight Shirts I from 12 cent a pound to IH) in one day. bow. in Rockcastle couiitv. Something to -hankering of some mortals K. Kiev, iromiiiciit Milton The gieat dicate which direction a mmi is ap- to ut on the inside of the railing in rail-proachingyou with a gun would be,' ,lu,inK a,ul after U,u 'ebellion in IIjviiij M my farm to I I Ci.h, w.i i tail Plain and Fancy Kid Glovoe, road and telegraph oltlces is absolutely ' ypmi,,ny on ,i,c Weu, useful there perhaps." The sug- - u,ekv aml Arkansas polities, and ofex-PnitIt matters not States Seimtor lleiijn-an- beyond comprehension. gives Mr. Maret another" idea, or will likefe k nun P. Hice, of Arkans., died at Spok- how many waiting room are in connec-- 1 TU22SMAY, his inventive raniiM I, , ii no Kal!n, aged tion with the building, they watch for a eipial to the occasion. Mason, Hoge it Co. have been doorto beloftopen bo they may glide in rwo.wmon. b huZTltn. 1 gd main, j Tub plan of substituting a board of juwardedthu contract for 25 inilen of the to inlliet their nreseiice on a loinr suffer- - yearllng.muiea, weanlingmilk mI xmh M j Ac. iiitm iblu, jjcatila good commissioners for the huuviual work on the Norfolk ft Western ingolllcial, who i too polite V1 show In bows, and Scarfs at f corn. btithtl bartelf court of claims is said to work well in thu Railroad Kxtension, "including two long tlieni the way out.' It would not matter yj wheat, j ul bushel 150 tk(ehd unU extra fsd about iv of 50 tout ot hay, the bacon and lard of a) liotra tmt fccveral counties that have tried it. The tunnels, ami also the work of completing no lunch if they kept still after they got Sobuaheta of Iruh poUtoca. is lixed at three or va and the the Reit Line at Richmond, Va. in, but they usually have a long string number abundance ami All kindtof farming imrJemcHU A fellow who" played deaf and dumb of (jueationD. Keep still mtmbers being selected with special ref-and carpnlr' 4 2'huiM w.tgoii, btackonlih A full outfit fur aout.l.t;plnf: A'c tila, Ac, iiverylhinj Mr. J. W. Itrown, one of the owners erence to their fitness to manage fiiian-- 1 and worjted the citi.en.s of Georgetown Inclutling in th buhuM and cial affairs, are able to do this work mom to a considerable extent, was given a of the patent, Buys Mr. Hull, of the "In liitchun lurniture line. , rapidly and satisfactorily than thu pres- - year in the penitentiary by a jury this and About" column of the Term All turn of fin ami under, cavlt, oer t u crista off. with ( machine. is afraid of him is the leasou he that amountUn,,. liMt.n1tfil.ti.months ruLikt. per, il.in. week, but the judge sot aside the verdict ent cumbersome Jii.t iu M.A.f ai, ' : v. c. cash. on thu grounds that the statutes did not gets oir tho following in that paper: "Air. coin National Hank it I B I I Tub lion. Rill Chandler is said to hold Hpp,y to U(.,, ft caS(i ?!f!iil,"By Ki.' J. Maret, the associate editor of the Mt. J'"1 the democratic Senators hi supreme con- Tlie NVays an(1 Mwn8 Comm,ttco Vernon Signal, has invented an anemos-- ' lempi, wim uie except un o. uw uiaca-- , ,!W finullv ,reed ,)0na 81.,ar scjlt.(ie cope, or in other words a weather vane. burn. Since Jou pulled his ear and of the tarill bill. It makes a cut of 50 There is not a great deal of necessity for made the little rascal behave himself, he per cent, in the revenue taiilf taxes on a contrivance to tell which way the S t.iinUul; No uuj. has had great admiration for the crude and refined sugars, and at the wind is blowing in Rockcastle county. I Ins cuui; roadhUr Malliuii i un in'oreil (.old and uses every chance to effect present rate of importation it reduces .Something to indicate which direction a Ju.t KoalcJ in Aiirll, 1S87 l tus, full lolianJ., areconciliution with him. Joe's way Is the taxes about $28,000,000. aucil ami man is approaching you with n gun tlUnokitiun i.tiUkktllctl in i)le, action, linislianj the only proper one in which to tieat .Air. McCreary introduced in the would bo more useful there perhaps. lull brother to tatellu. trial 1 iA, Ciirimic, such creatures as Dill. year iU trial 1 .8 niul Moiitnie, ill pilv ami Mr. Compton Chr, an old frontiers-maHouse Monday a hill to pay Mrs. premium loll 01 '18. Siretl ly Ziluta.li (Jolililun Clos of :0 yc'ira' experience in tho West, 4400 (by dolililiul 130, ly Vtrirfont Potts, widow of Dr. Richard Tiik republicans have agreotl to a reir ril.npJ to M amlS. a oSij aniTJolinstonvlda od j tariff on sugar, induced PutLsof Lancaster, $12,000, the proceeds w l.o lately returned from Kansas, has than any uthcr .la'lion Uie lint duction of the public a fast as 1 as; ftirv f C'uar thereto, no doubt, by the fact that the ef cotton belonging to her husband, teen prospecting for minerals with some rtle, to trot inKOtannu wiikcs inn itnci marc ui flamol only sugar produced in this country is' which va- taken under contract bv the success since he caine. He was in town tile Willc family, record a 14 Vi Whirlwitiil 1 .'4, a JJJ. lanny fJolddubt a 35. made in the South, f ho tarilf Wejlnoaday witli.specimens of different during the war. Dam Florence, d imiif Kattlle a aiif1, liy Golden reduction bill, which they have propar- - Bverlllliet kon of Oalf'i Comet Morgan. progress of an extensive kinds, among them some "lesin jack" MinKo Chief, thu t 40 pi'ifonncrhavca ulroiiR in Over 5" of ed, not only maintains the war tax on Hro at Indianapolis, a roof gave way, zinc ore, which consists of a large per fiiMOiiof (xilddiKi cml Moruun Mood. all northern productions, but increases! I)nriey l.ntdduil will make the pruient caoii at thein on many of the necessities of life. throwing a largo number of firemen into cent, of zinc and silver. He also had ms (date J$ mile from Stanford on Iliutouvillc jilke at the debris. Kleven of tho brave follows samples of crystali.ed quartz, rich with Wilinceep constantly on hand a larsro and select lino nf ,. Wixuikstkb is reaping the harvest of were killed and Hi badly injured, ft was silver. He says there is plenty of lead, re $20 to Insure a Living Colt. and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as" its largo advertisirfgi The ealo of lots such "troods largely attended and the flrstday tho worse calamity, that, eer happened zinc tmd silver in the county and from Mares kopt on nnunuble terms, I'ertouul a there is w 4 mo mvo me a ina. and you will be con saw $200,00i) worth change hands. Prices attheIIonslercapit.il. Tho loss is esti- reports of old citi.ens and tradition the gUen, Imt not rcspoimbloforacudenu. vmced that I sell lower than the lowest. V. KEII. mated at 5200,000. range from S" to $50 a front foot. t statements of Mr. Orr are borne out. Surveyor, HAKKY A EVANS; Coroner. ARCH CARSON. "NEWS CONDENSED ::XTI'J'llHll"'"'"'"-",o.'vu,u.i .... rri,v iuar - Jioy 1 1 .... fill P"u "wrevrvmred m Season mart Hats, Trunks, sum a diversity not misled but demands and. , uuer UlOllll, JJ'lf boons, ,,! - before un-ti- pig-ta- y THE LOUISVIL1E STORE ijou can always juul what you want and at rock bottom nriees never permit our slock run down like others but at all times keep each rlment complete. tarlu and, secure the best ij ,.!... t,l - ,nur IVlirraillCa. w '"" kj.cu, wvi .Maill Street. Stuilford, "'"' -- ., ..,'., " ,,., S Alalia GrER -- cxx , , llltUCE, m 1 NEW - GOODS I - blue-gumm- . ul ttk , FOB SALE tan-li- t -2 i w - l. j 1 ' " )r-.- , 2 i i Dress Goods, White Goods, Embroideries, &c, Full Line of 1 j ! j ex-an- d I ! i FOB SALE. r i i Hotel and Livery Stable. Boots and. Emmerson's Sons Cents' jine Cap-r.ir- a "li'to ki hi. SEVERANCE & SON. , 1 1 - come-dow- ,urvrcu t i , GentsTupnishing Goods ' I 28th, i Light, Medium and Heavy Undear wear, 1 Hi-li- l, al"t 1 i. , .I'lo ed IFuBIrjG Bii; I fe -- ifl Ken-mor- e ! j . broth-gestio- n d , d- -. ' AIItII '90, Driving Cloves, Work Gloves, Suspenders, IJkc ofls'ew Neckwear four-m-han- I-a- re I , to, : 11 1 ! 111 STAGG & Mc&OBERTS. j Courier-Journal- SEW , -- ' Horsey Golddust; MACK HlCJli'll'MA. :n cpnjyvt u, ', A Wo Ken-tuckia- n , j , Huge-niaDunl- n Mui-kuii- .) , d ..... J 1 I ten-lie- usuu . "". . V i.l ' - jiL i.i.iiii':i M rT Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal M.VMH 21, 185)0 l.AXIIHKTIt's (f.MIIIKN SlWIH, V. It Mclcobcrts'. -- flehll, lit A pni.i. stock of .icgler Jlros. celebrat- SKW AIIVKKTISE3IENTS ed nt bIIocb just received. a S. II. Shanks." ....i- Stanfoud. Ky., Xm'Rf.TIKM in Kiirini' poit-uillc- liilllltmrv r'uiirlu ,t Wiay's, in post-ollic- e tt.o.WALTON.Bua.MannRer MEANS Kou I.kxt. Suite of loonisiu Commercial Hotel. Apply to M.K.Klkin, - BUSINESS. 11. Noirriii:ii. Skisii Oath and all kinds of Held and pinion seeds. .1. U. Foster. " ComkiuhI settle your account. A. Ni:w lot of moil's and hoys' spring Tunny. clotliiin; just leeoiveil at S. II. Shanks'. Watciiks and jewelrv repaired and A. It. Tonn'y. Tnu best jilnco to liny drugs, patent medicines and toilet articles is Ht A. K. "Vftrraiitcd. Tomtv'x. Hity your school bonks, ink, tablet. pnor, pencils and school hiii)IkH of all Kinds from A. II. 1'ennv. PERSONAL POINTS. SI Tin: weather continues cold and raw. Winter didn't come this time till 'twas gone. Faiiviihh tell us'that thu wheat that w"as not grazed down is badly injured and in ninny killeil untlruly. Imports nio to the Mime ellen from all over us was reM)rted yesterday that sevoial of the tnun threatened with diiinngesuits li. It. II vvnc.N, of Providence, is with by V. ( Cash for destroying his home his relative here. ToirrwtHii) litis sone to by the alienation of his wife's airections. .Miss Fa.v.mk have compromised in sums ofJoOOto 0 N'ieholasvillc to vinlt relatives. rather than suind the scandal that a Miss Anmii .McKinnk has returned trial would bring out. from a 10 days' vinit to relatives at us. I mi. M. I.. Itoi iink is visiting rel- the .State. atives in Danville. It $1,-00- Ilus-lonvill- Uncnster, JoimM I... M.i.k.teiltiik.s,oflIanodSli.rv.he.e of -- Hamn. bought out the eonl business Mm. A. It. Dunnv and daughter, .Miss oftlcorne 1. W'earen, I will continue the Mattic, of (iarrard, havu been thu iu'.iIh business and ask a share of the patron, of Mr. .J. S. locker. ago of the citi.uns of Manfonl and viciniMiw. J. T. Lynn, of I.oui.svillc, with her ty. My otlice will be with Mr. (icorge little v;itl, is yisitine. at her pareuls', Mr. II. W'earen, and any orders loft there and Mrs. J. M. Wrny. will have my immediate attention. IS. Miss Annik Whw Iihh returned from K. Wearen. I. xih ilU-- , where hIiu buutit a laro Tiikiii. seems to be an epidemic among stock of Spring millinery. died Mil. Muiikai. Howiiu and 1i!h daiigh-te- the negroes at LincaMur. Miss Lucy, of Hrodhead, were down Tuecday and yesterday Scott Iltichaintn, dnrkey that always nc the .i couple of days thin week. who has been compauied gentlemen from there on Mih. Sti:ii. l.rsi.i:, visiting Mr. J. M. Mcltobert-- , Jr , re- - tailing excursions, succumbed to tho the disease, which is said to be nothing to Huirodfjlitir; yoteiday. more than veiy severo cohls. . Sin-.W. L. l)iMis hits taken tho twenty for Henry M. Stanley's Heroes Tint formal aiinotiiiciunent of Mr. W. of Adicn, which is sold at ?t to fj nc-- t II. Miller, T.si.,asa tiiudidate for mem mling to binding. ber of the contitutional (otivciitioii aj- Kuthwbi.i. and l'ii- - li.kird in I lux iuiln M Mlll.ir li.,u l.a.l Hiii.ini '.M Nates Will Duiikipttiid lv.1 Hntey.o (tho'h Vl.liwl11, 1 1 r, well-known W. Sh.as K)iiiu, colored, who robbed the, MIULEK seveial years ago anil who has ! :i (inilale to rrjircucut Lincoln county in Ihc E. P. FAULCONER. been guilty of several petty thofU since, I iimtituUonal C'' wii,.)ti. tried to make a haul on M. I). Khnoro'a r wish drawer yesterday afternoon. Mr. Kliuorowasou and Newell Hhnore, his I niueplia. J4 m the 2 clerk, who was in the heard On Thursday, April 10th, 1890. 30 tUt; dnn one or the greater (.rood marc In lh I'riatf' tfil. money drawer bell ring and rushed the 3715 Statu, lit Aletnndrr' Al.dulhilt. Oil thcabor dale I will, offer HWH.tUK hayhorsc 7 yMroM, ijl'ht out to see who was "tapping the till." for nle my tock, .onnttin onofthis huh. i.rtnpictl) built, trons Iron. ur lo'd Ki ..... . .! htl of fucding Sire of s 9 t . Silas htnhry win seen to mil out of the caille, extra good otie, 5 milk C'v, j culvci, i lattie If (irneva old.ioIa ter and trotted n era lull) track t Fall in nur of m bay horr iniilf. Ouinine s 3 near Solo 3J,',. I Kulir V 1 iaU.. and we expert him to trot iIihm to , this r ill (lie Thornlim a j 1 3)), door nnd Ilenrv Itohinson, whoitissun-pose- d i cjinbinul gilding, old and the ilam 29k. III produce arelarsntnd fin, ami hk. i.ranb of tharlf-ntoa ,7, l.ady Cay 1 fly., gelding, i three ynr.,ld aildl mre, i lie will make a noble cn-on our aonil marea was assisting him bv keeping ilkleiiiotit a a8, W'awonii t ,",$, iKmn Su 1 , .id)llo mare i olil Koldins;, i yirlinK thla lection. 240 nnd otheri. nf the watch, was found in tho back part of tho tallmn, ji yj p. und hoat, j I rood ov, i boar, recoriU wire made inmi8, Three remainingaloe Thr real value in pedigree the ten thtt m repreaents hih .re f rnt in the f new Ivity, i road cart, i Wilier A W.wd mditiduil merit 1880. store, but skipped before Newell could i Wood Mowmir Machine, und werrmade in on Uith ide were Imth 0 ir p r uhoie IIV ALMONTjj kit' lien lurnitiirc ami farm imncmciit AIo 8oo lormcM and producer of horea thrt rou d g ti lay hands on him. poi.mM of bacon, o runundh ot lard, v buhel of tho msner and ll.nehck s xi t dam l.Vtl, (the dam of Lidy Majolica a t by wul oflrr my l.irm ..f lrih oltoet from kuhI tuarei will do IlkewiMHron Chief 444J urenf Mairire a aj' and MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Attatnout 1 16!$ Iidy .Miijolicu 3 5 by S50, Money Due when Maro Proves Mainhrlnn Chief A L. Killion and Miss l'attie linens j dam KAN'NIli dam of Dollv, dam of Director with Foal. 1 liorndale 1 j 17, (, Onward a asK iiru of At the timt There were married at tieorgu Moore's, near coin, o for vtht it anj ar j a 11re broken for 1 ag, Johi. F I'jyni4aVs lloxri a lerma rtminifr byllnn I'ranklin, aon of flurrnc, ion of Kear Highland, Tuesday. naui;h-c lien Fr inklin'a dam by Juhnion a 11586. ,T.SAMirGK. It. Wileher, aged 10, and Mrs. Jen. CniiperlMttom, id dam by SaxWuimcr, wn of J. T frKNC.LIsll, An 1. t T Sir Ar. Iiy, on of Imp, Diomed sIKl'.D IIV PA LA DINK 4851 nie Cleiiian, a widow of 17 summers, Abdullah Alnmhrino give race horx- iualititIlly llnmbktoniati to, dam by An.crlcan Star to the tolta that he ha produced They arc were married at tho bride's home, neat dam P()CIIAHONTS, by American Ctn upeed, courage and level heads, with (ire of the il.uniof 2( in thu 2 10 list. 9 in ' No hone in the (lamina to at.tnd hard training AIcKinney, Wednesday. byC M Clay, Jr. aa aire or the daws of 10 Kentucky ha grown into popularity more rapidly 2 10) Miss Sallie (irillin, of Martin's I'erry, than he ha and with the amc Ia of marci his Sta'i 'it J. gained auch notoriety If you w.inta liorte with, a dam MARV NN, bv Alexander a Abdullah , V. Va., a wealthy spinster, aged lo, adire of the dann of Jerome Kddy 1 i6t5, r'anci iron clud orntitulum et then breed to AbtJallah a 15, etc vmof Ilambletouian Mambrinn vertised for a husband and got one in lie i also (rreat dam producer and PODINF. i a eal drnwn, j pari old, i$Ji tome day will be a noted pri potent aire. the person of Sherman Trice, u man hand, fine tylo, h.U)diincl proitnrtloned t very pronuinjr He combine the x young enough to be her son. Saturday SlOO, With Hoturti Prlvllego. baiked by Alexander' bdallnli standard ro. and should produce great pced and remarkable he induced her to go visiting and in her vndiiriini.e His descendants are crrtilli to prove lie elegantly bte.l hor't il maLe the absence gathered up all the money in teatonof i8ioat "Maplet," great, huth upon the track und in the tud. lo iniln from 5131. on Stanford pike, when- they will ti found sight, about i"00, and went oil' on a soli$20 to Insure at any time ready to lene m.ite. SIRED H V 1' R I X C K I' S jj6. tary bridal tour. This is one of thu very . Ily Woodford Mambrino 2iJ rare instances where advertising doesn't Telephone to all pointo dam I.OTTIK t 38, by 10 (irc of Mare hred oil the Ily Oen. Knov, record a , with pay. Courier Journal. 14 In 2 jo cljt the d mi of Trinket z 14, by i'rinccp, licnev.i share- - a specialty. Iatts grazed at joe per vifvk, and 10 in a 3$ cla lien Knox by Vermont a iJf by I'rin- - cash, (lie id care tuken of sirx t, hut at ownpr'.i a 19H. by Prlncep, ' Hero, 141, dam Daughter of. Arthur Sims' lit reps, Princeton tgi, by I'rlnceps, nk. Mare bred to my stock and then lired to F A R M AN D T RADEITEM S. dam, l.ady Arthur, by - If. Maple Shade Stock Farm. Faulooner, Boylo County, ISontuolry. 1 J puBJcrc .l, S.&XJ3 , back-roo- Abciallnli M.'ui.briiio . , la-- 1 1 thre-yr- r 1 1 s 4 . I Self-bind- liou-chi.- . 1 - 177 Acre3 for Rent 111 gr-- i - 1 . ' I'oiliiic - - Arthur Sims, 30415 Wyandotte, ile 1 111 1 . 1 5526, 111 IlamblctouiaB-btar-Cla- 1 I.an-cat- - Havelok r AKTllUl-SI.MS,j04i- 1 Hanibli-tonui- J. C. Fox bought of James Robinson aged mules at$l.0. A splendid I year-old mule jack for sale. J. W. Tow oil, Ilustouville. Johnson, of Itoyle, bought of W. W. Snndidge a lot of fat eattleat ". via. It Itourtxm Chief, tire ol it Lady Maud a ti and many other pood ohc and of Lilly Arthur, thoroughbred. out He is a hand-oinbay 15 hand hih and ha prcven himself a tine breeder. Will Hand at e ; 1 $20 to Insure a Living Colt. !i.,,yK acyMth ANDorTL. 5J6. Ily Metropolitan, out of the Scot bred V 4 by rnnceps. Dean a n4, Lottie 1 aS) dam Mollie dam of by Iaan Isliiml Illatk Hawk 24, reconl a 18 fire &t , Kritidire of ao with rec- of I'tlnci' a onW below 1 v. and (irecn's P.inhaw with 16 a .jo performers. dam by llellfounder aire ol dam of Haiublcto-ma- ij, n I it, other alock, the money due Mares bred and parted with forfeit the insiirniue. I hate a euod track and I1.1t e coired thu services of Sam Colburn and J. P. (.ray, both men of exppiieuce, ulio ill lie pleased to lialiillo your stnik for 5 ou Imported Ilirkilnre ho; for sale. -- dam bv 10 Send for card of extended respondence solicited. pedigree, etc. Cor6 ui" M.(:,ry(iuanls, h(W lH ,, 1. tlr? repoitetl that Mr. Jmnes 1.'. Tho jii.lc w.ib feeling! ' Murro, lnti NLtiinMT t Dnvillu mill over the icceipt of many ). luimeron inwsjinirH com-- fonmlflr of th Kentncky Advurt, has piirdmaml tl.e Un.u-- r Wws. We idmg his itdidmy for auditor. Mi L. M i..i.n t. Ugraplm m fniin triwl toifll him tho Intkhiok .Ioiiiwi., '" to invest as much as NahiimIIi- thai the uhkdi some h"t ,mvu ' though aftei looking ' puhlit.hM Hut hu had,"'1' ..l the pM-rh.t mid killed, jtrew out of tho through the ottho he a.lmilt.sl that our thnii hu expecte.l. Min.lant ..i names, the iiinii kllle.1 w prlf" w'" vt'" I ai,l. r. Mr. Miy, that he is j Ura( Ul';:il,Veit.SnunT7,7"the public me deal -- nd tlmt ho has i,..l ,ntBIIlthu M vi.i.u.nt addition r i ii'irxcs that .an outrun anytliiug to Tineville, which will occur April 1ft tin re oi elnew here. and 10. Tin gentlemen who have this enterprise in hand are milling some costCITY AND VICINITY. ly and permanent improvements themWroy'a. Nkw Mii.i.isniiv lit UoiirU selves and tin- thing Is no mushroom omvrn. Botleii up solely to make inon- N,.w Y..11I seed potato HUS.S. Myers, uv. iiiitiii'i iiiuiruiuiiou auiiress .1. Ni:w Yoiik fceed Tittow and onion S. Hughes, general manager, either here or at Tiuevilie. J It. Kostei's. ediM-l- ny. u-' st. rday for I la. km county. Jum.k Di iiiixm and County Atturtify MI,.Hirl .bi-r- t llHiding, of Danville, woio hero) ' Uuy lli0tH.foriWvtfm ' , Wunm.u ftr ,t b - ,.,0M, 0t roustitutiniml law. He starts j,,, snUtyUit MUMtrances of --W Iorfl.. W. 'amoietonian, navinc lor In dam by ou,ll0ri,e, ond dnra Clara, tht- - BLUE-GR1IS- S "f cm. '"" ear-oleiei 17 and Oicuior, the ire of cattle at IS head of fat Iliriieior ii7,I'htlla and J.iyEe A Pull Stock ul '., A. T. rsiinilolley bought Of JamesUio ittiUm Lady Wekh hy William Welkh.iire jd l'nncc lmertal 2 jjJ and Jfrfouah Ornamental Trees, 1..1KI1. at "' Alinihaui 1 lieailol.l-jenr-oK- t j ,n Inbred vaKoii7 .arr -- mi horizon MiruUan.l Uin 4j par crnt. ol the old home Kyvlyl Ham- - Grape Hies amall nuts Vt , 'J K(g, 1 mploy nonenn eterythttiK for the Onhaid j tln T. 0. T.dl bought Of Ills Sister, dina -- t lo pri.e 10 the plainer. A en- fmi.iltlic world t.a--i eer knon," ouMinjf vn end nursery and strawberry ataloRuc ,ent on ap o.it acres ,.f tltO ,., lall turill thronh his eiii from 4 .'ifferent RjmUIc., Hambleto.n.n, olunur, Metropoluin plication, loth replete vtilhprjui.alinformatii F '"S-a.id Willi im Wclah I exington, Ky. 1. 1. KIN', I.ama.Kr 6 T. II, Mini of li. ltOer '-y DOIlglllOl JOrfepiI UOIli'V d i jii', MRSERIES t-- CARRIER & WATTS, ROWLAXD, KY., I , Fruit and S.-- 1 i,,!,.,. Ir. " IIIUIMlhitK, 11 Hato attached to their Family (.roirrya firt .lai Ki'IjiimiiI . lnch wi'l be supplied with ovury-bu- t xhlK u,ua. kc,t , that bus'ne.s Freh Fruita ,(nd t ,mJle, of ,n kin1 C((IISlntU on hnml Alt k.,,,.1, ofCnuntr, Prndme taken ex. hango for . II K I RRIKIi. Clerk iColu tain 111 I'.. T.urko bought of Jo. Wiusliington county, a tine block Hoi-liugfi.- .r.-t- t 1 -- - s rfrt, j '" "' n I ,,, lor jack for 1,1 00. lieorge (liveiiH sold to CroxUyi, nf Record j.?. Wiiichesti'r, his middle stallion, Star Standard llrowH Motae, 16 hinds, foaled Mai, Denmark, for $T00. SIREII HV RIKXZI, horses sold at Kidd, (Full t roihvr to Kmk Kina 2 j'., A Morse's sale at Chicsigo Mondam by Almowt roritat 2 39,, Mm of Almont day at an average of 117..')0. .tHby Uarrard Chiei. sire of Ilaill Duke 1 2 Kejuirtrt from the great tobacco pro- 2 dam by tirer Krle dam aire of ad dam ot i l.ady l)via a ji1, ducing counties, in Western Xortli Caro4 dam by Coppcrbottum, sire of dam of Haul Duke lina state that of the plants in tho beds 3,KI'K.NCK is a hnrtc of great natural sveed, having have been killed bv the cold weather. made a record of a r third heat mi venrs old and The Chicago Fanner's Keview has- - otera ter ... alow track Thiau no mark of hi. 11IIH (l,Ullt;iA .,.I3 .1. ,'ci, rcporlH to kIiow that the wheat is daiium jt seconds, which is a rate of a 16. Very hunds omc unit blood like, and after icrtiuy n limited ed from 10 to oO per cent, in Illinois 10 tiumbar of mars will be worked fur a last record. With tin- to 30 per cent, in Indiana and 30 to oOiu Chief, Pilot, blood of Ilainhlftofluii, Mambrino r , nnd l'.dwln Forrest, Ilircc-Yeair-r)m i8-:- PENCE, . DRUGS and JEWELRY Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. Fifty-eig- 1 - Ilotx-r'- s - 1 M(AMCFlliElF Prompt given 11 111 The Best Railroad Watch. Attention to Kngrav-ing WATM9 Prescriptions fully - j h-- Ioii Mii,ur rent thu GVpt'iiter lions.'. Apply to P. It. Carpenter. jumpim: the track neur delaytnl W'tMliiesday iiiornitig's Satn, eprcM. iioithlMMind, 7 hours. 1 hi:k. ht ir ' - our advertising enl half imgo supplement uniiis renders the neiessary, which wo send out thLs morn-in- nu.i 111: on g. Wilms Wiiiti.k, eolorexl, is building near the dot, wheio a neat store-roo- he will be found in a few days with a full line of groceiies. months old, irnwlcd into the lire while the family was out and was feat fully burned from tho waist down. Dr. IJeid was culled nnd ho tells 111 that iccovery is almost A son of Tom Cain, 17 iiiiiKwsilile. IMiToitSTimLU. A Oi in thntor.lt.!. Ifft Mr. heifer Sue lkiughnmu's wiw Tiikmkmv only four pibonm in jail aireadv sold one acre of his nnivhase for here at present and two of tliostswefroin !.... ' .; n other iimntiea lor Tin: tioopa'utidei .ommaiid of Cupt. the fact tlmt eireuit court in a day or two, this is a pretty V.. II. (.iitither pavao.l up to Harlan yes teiday, liavintr in charge the noted Wila good showing for tho county. Jonuingd, of the WiU HowaiV faction, Wiw .InsMN'iiH, tho Hiirlaii who wn ciiturtHl fw months sineu In .iiitlaw, tlreaMHl in hia beatbititof clothes , MiSsri.8i,.o which time he has been iniil wearing kid gloves, looked moit" in jRll ul i.'rnnkfort. There aio nuiiier-hk- e a dude as ho passed up under niilitn-- oll8 miors cliarRetl to JenniiiKS and if ry escort yestunlity than the bloody jt, jIU(,w lt! uill likely rvtiirn to inurderei he is aecitswl of being. .'ninkfort if his neck is not demanded a an atonement fur his crimes. II. W. Tin: dockeTof il7e Lincoln Circuit wl' ',:ls Vm,1I." J"ill't'rt'' fii,,t'U h''B con-Court, which begins Monday nuxt .....mn ' cases, two ot T"," 1... .. ...........! tains 'll , . if .!.. w.i-- i uimj uikuii uioiil;. lit', equity, W old them for murder, Htold too, is uiiiter indictment for murder. ordinary, "Jit ordinary and US equity appearances, making .'WJ in all. W:ii:n train dispatcher J. II. Letcher lias just re returned iroui woik at Howland WedMiss W'kay, of our Urni, morning, he di.scoveied on his turned from the city, where she purchas nesday am hat, both badly town uP, way a ed a large and splendidly assorted stock ami the though tat once struck bun that of spring millinery, wh.ch the ladiesV l.u. been only dealt with. Stanford and vicinity are cordially illvi.ome mnii & no Uvo uars. a, .ewiaim a uesciiptiou Courts ted to call and examine. of ;,IBt h hail seen, when that born de- building. Wray, teetive, in Ids own peculiar way, started car broke down on out to make an investigation. Uoth of An tho Greensburg branch, Monday, near tho arf'elesof apparel were recognized Thillipsburg, causing the train to lie by several who had seen a certain conn- Tho baggage try man "pretty full I thank you" in. wrecked. pretty badly ,,.... .. 1.8 aa Mtiiuiv.-- .... town too evening iH'toro, and as it was man, I1.. 11. itogau, iii tonHiderablj; and John lUankenahip, of found out that he i cached homo all this place, was bruised about tho wrist tight with the exception of hut and coat, tho bearish w:w given op and thu hensa-tio- u and shoulder. None of the other collaphed. aufl'ered to amount to anything. nfo-keeplti- g. Con-sideriii- K eon-veiu'8 1 ( , near Mr. William Teikin's. liifornialion inlereat on the investment. "Col. Hgil" luuiliiii! to her lejiiveiv will be liliomllv lliuiKs tiiere is mottt money lor invt- ors light hereut Rowland than in any of jmid for. A.T. Nimnelley. the boom towns. We team that ht has phui'M fewda)sat)nd taut soCn T. Sandidge bought of W. W. The King, hay tallion hands high, bv Silver "King, for 51,000. Dt utiKiiAit is piepaiing If proper quartan can be obtained Mr. Oou to Ikmiiii Howland. Ho has purchased 17 handidge will ttitinl this and another aciosof laud of S. II. Shanks at thu up- line hort-- here. Tliiity thousand acres of land known per ond of t '10 railroad yaids at $100 an and is going to lay it oil' in lots for iiii the Pudiltng Kidge Iract, Is miles licit building purHHw. He will build three fmm Chat.anooga, adjoining the town of eottnge houses on it himself nod wants Tienton, lia., was sold oaturuay forjll'll. to let coiittat U ut oni-- e for them to be OOOtOllHyiHliciltU headed bv ,. . nomplttil by My lAth. .Mr. Shanks i'Oster.ol OillO, HIIU liOll.. C.llVlIt . , j l.) an Here for (hit l,nnd in 1SSJ ',r"'s' tt- - .... ? tl..:.!-- . I. r.t '11.. .1 . and winwl enoujih tn UiUMirvcy to pny Tin: governor liasiinleied l'. iiiembers of the Ilnrrodsburg oiii)Miiy, under coiuumnd of Captain tiailher, and 1" of under the comthe l.exinyton mand of Lieutenant litickuer Allen, to report for duty at Hailan C 11 , to keeji the warring factions the peace during circuit court, which will be held by Judge IJoyd. Considering what lit tie good resulted from tho lat visit of tho troop there, their second visit would seem like a useless waste of time and money. Cattle are tlnn in Cincinnati with ij shippers at to 1J, butchers Hi to 1. 10, III to LI.; hogs are quiet nt UJ to feeder $30 to Insure a Mare in Foal. 4 40; sheep Blow at -- , to ."; spring Iamb Marcs parted with forfeit trurun-Mares kept S to 10 cenlH. nt reaaonitiile rates, v iio t for exThomas A. Wnvne has been buyimr eat et or hc idenis cattle hi thin county for a i.oyle county BTJCKD332Sl, p;i.rty and has to dale bought 700 head, for which the suni of S'.'O.'J has been W ill he per tied t sett e , or ifiarca at paid. Lebanon Maudard. U. C. tiiveitH, whoiiat, diaige of A. $10 to Insure a Living Colt. King ltuckdem i bright ba P. van tie WuUu'h farm since that gentle- ithcm an) hue i hand high, hne inane and tan, of fineac limn s departure, I..M soltl it to . A. i:'il. Xl0jjnd u a natra saddle hoe He is by Slter King, the great prrniiim horse. for $11,000 eanll. MOIl, of Pennsylvania, 3d dam by Ujnny'a . 1st dam by Imp. Iluckden Mr. (iiblOll Will take pOtSVShlOll 111 tilt' Drennon. ltd dam by filmore wtis a 1 i Ohio. I atld a an iniiiviuuat a tie is rie n.mui make a lock horse. Will mak the xmmhi of tdoo stable ol Pence A Karri at their tr. k Won of Stanford, K,y , at great great at the miles Care Compounded day and Repairing of Watches. Clocks and Jewelry. B. H. DANKS, Jowoler, V. I. L I rrxrioif-Pjilit- at all hours, S3Ettp!BTnr?2r1Sf'y and night. c 3SIKG 11 AN. , J S WELLS, Ph. Q. Preso Clk. V7. B. MoKOB33KTS, Mt nStrett, t pp Court House, SI ANFOKO, Kj. f,l great show horse in " -- C. l'j Ji'Jj Wh'"dl"a of""jr? l'KNt FARRls. ,,v L " hi- - da He waa hv Mont- e ".'-Sandidg- Stanford .Gl) TO "IItr" SILVER PRINOE at tonxiiiepikc dii.e permitted t . . in hone one nine lri at i .ivr.e.i M .ulur ), on the Hu. mare. Ao A. W A iffiMMN'S "MOIJISI. GROCEKY" ... 1 V. , Jid j ' 1 l'-- ........ V.OIIII-IIUUS- 1 -- (lultltllisl WHS tlroppetl lie.MlllV Itlld Air. ho is an excellent reproduc-- ; lteid tioil of hid grand sire Zilcaadi, in color, . IllltrkS Hlltl form. I'orsey (.lOKltlUst WHS only permitted to servo eight mures In form anil si of them Ins will have colts. Tho tieorgetown Times tuys there went 130 rattiu on- - sale Moiulny, beot feetlere linnging I cents. Those of from 1,000 to 1,100 pounds weight brought ", tO;l; good yoariings to :i; calveu ?!-- .00 to 51 J per neaii, .11 hiiori vwiittiiiir nolled cattle, hold bv Capt. Tom Allen, . iL'O pet lientl; ol I.oyle COIUlty, e 03 diit,) III .'i "III with III I'ltitbt. llllonniU. The lllllle tltlde Willi till III , hands. it rices flOO but few AbP) to M..I. l''anit bought of Dr. N. M. .,.,. aeie.s ami a fine- Truo hia farm of timt for SiO.OOO, $10,000 cash anil tho balance in tno payments. Mr. Kairis hit- - bought a ood faun ami jjood judges of land in )?oyle county think ho Kol a bargain. I. I. bright soltl .Monday to blade J. Itllble, of Ciamtrd, a V ,..;.L- . (itti'st "ai mi lortiiuo. Cnl a. MUlday one uf the IliOst celebrated blood It was the chest inaresin the s- -y . . and Pedigree -- He i it1, han-ithigh, bat with nm hind white, j -- t old ami both a naturul and u!casunt saddle Hofn. He va sired hy the premium n.idclle stallion, .SiKrrKiag.be by tin lilur, e by touwail la LiflH Silv.r Km. s iImhi tlltM Vln.nin wa. l a Levmjlo. :d dam by oung Ies.-ripiu- n 1 foc-- t sirwdhj-Cabbel- " For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading 'Forks And Spades; ' i A merit,, ,,y v. hebv 1aylor'aMeaainger. Silver PnH.' rtrat dam xva hr SWenlaildl, .... Uam a bv Ken Lirm. Mates kapt at fa per month. 0lvtrt h. hyidwOBer; TrumBeltr, daw h i Ar.tu. itt t,n daaa Mtdoc. a.1 Hi dm Northern Scel Irish Potatoes. Red & White Onion Hcis, Peas aaid Keans in bulk. lso a full stoclc of Landieth's, D. M. I'erry & Co.'s and Crossman's (iarden Seeds in papers. icnd N ri.ponibility i f,Vhrini"u..Tu'' paid two-year-o- KlijVll HIE I M VL hi.ii.. avajsjttiatfa-- s.s VI moaey ) ia tMkt - 11 r LION, Wallace Denmark; ' hand htgh he( . , .'5 l'"led . l"-- o. s ll-- llt H" '.,, M ir .1 1 ii. ' .tuilly ,calike i trotter rie .. iiit:-i- at)!!un nn We to the third aeiirr.itl.n hmked by thor-Sk- S n,,,i,hrKA. ,.hoihi.l nakliw Kim vnv.aim and auruhlly in Mt . u. form imd Anixli a prf I model. He wk tired b Si.inpttr Drnimark, be i Cro- b irtKiitiirda itcnmark, h. bv i.m.v-' ' "' l)el"'r'--. h ' '' hi rse, Dtnmtitk s nt.i uam i u ne OV lllli lltriiKri-iriit. Alien Wallace bvbir WalUvc, h- - l. Sir Albert, (llmroiighi ril) d d un by Vlr- hel , glll.fs breeda fanrv and I ii : ' ""d' ami ,411, is trictly iSoonv bu, . pient driven in hiirneas saddk-r- i?)4 riHt I have a full line ol '' K SEEDS -- ALL KINDS In packages and bulk. Also all varieties of dum ,,,. w7 i(f I1,,l.,r,;'lc' ",r,i t,, iran!., si," tboroufh- 'Wi id s. V. T(tE i,,-. Seed Irish Potatoes ami Clover Seed at the Lowest Market Prices. IX l - AXCV - RxOBINSOX, llinnari; M. his e . post-ollic- o ., stock will iiriusii, loaun ill ivf- m I he al ove imU., frm Wake the asB of tSow at fMii ,,4 iialonviiie,0arCariii-b- v oik- ur station, ami ivill be uermitt.-- t Warner, dllin tolly, by Imp. rte mart. .Mrs. Urisbv was the dam of i the in.uran.-e- , sfiire. .Mrs. ,,, ,., atl dun by Mwitgomcry'aOli.er; 3d dam d.uii by Old ItrenBon. run is k rim .liaped liurse ,iU(L vilh h1 ano tlul , UtonA tho Doimmrlt, ht by the racehorse WaUi ia,iKh a,i ., v natural aaddkr and ha proten hiauelra r. fam-bte-dn- ,., I ovei-loade- d j I Virginia (.rijp.by bv American llov. iluchanmi, winner of tho Louisville Wallace Derby in 18S4, Harry (.iihnore, winner of the Omnibus Stakes, at Loiijj Branch DENMARK LBXEL.L, hi 1S.V.', ami Jim Guest, whose record,! Smi Wallace Ueamais, a handsome colt.Ql " :.ll. .. mil., mill n liulf iniidn ai hiotvj, win , ,,,. ,Ie .,ml 0f royal w my eare b.i med piivateK-htlM.k committed ami breedme will Ill lSMi, has never been beaten. A r.Ull-r.iiiilirL--ilili-i . connected nonte rav personal attentten C.rau furnhTied circiitnstanee riwti.ib!e rates to be paid Uraelors retnov tl of ("irietbv is inti .,;!. tl.i. lnstorj nf .urs. acueBU re.capt itock No rop.iiW,-'te- r lier lirst colt was foaled when she was iurtin' wlthatnck forfeits ini.r nc- - nil K AllVOt-atedue. J SICIII.K CAKI't.MI noll old. atoio, lomat3)lu . have SARATOGA CHITS, something new and popular. MAPLE SYRUP, the best on the market. Other Fancy Groceries always on hand. Staple and Heavy Groceries in abundance. FLOWER CROCKS, plain and fancy and something altogether new in that line. Call and sec them. ' i 1 make-yea- . 1 Ai- - I. t Ll o n -" "pir r? 'W''"''1 CRAB ORCHARD. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Semi-Weekl- y. Interior Journal AT WAYNESBURG. Published Evory Tuesday and Friday $'J rUCU YJCAIUN ADVANCK "When not so paid S2.GO will he charged."1! K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Rowland at at 5 30 p. m. ' 7 00 a. m , returning L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 1 Mail train going North South...., Express train" South " " North Local Freight North J5 a m 1 37m ..630 am S3pni Solar 150pm jipm The latter train alto carrj passengers, The above is calculated on standard time. tine is about so minutes faster south. I 5 it, tells us that the "Katydid," his $."0,000 men weie scared bad enough to run unWe desire to say to our citizens thai fur sears Hoots, Shoes, Clothing. Hardware, Queens. ware, Tinware, lurniliirc and a hotel at Middlesboro, will be ready for der the beds and do a great deal of pray- we have been vullitii; ir King's New Discovery Scbeols if ing, as they usually do on such 'occa- for consumption, Dr King's Now I. ll. Tills, Duck- occupancy by May 1st. t. Lino Crocorics, ten's Arnica Sals e and Kleclric Hitters, and hate Conoral M. The legislative committee, consist- - sions. Fancy Candict, ( toi. he. i never handled County com t day last Monday was nategHpn suchremedies that sell well, cordotlmt All kinds of 1'rudiue taken in exchange for rools. Hot universal, Mbsfuctmti. III IA.SC V SAUDI. I. SIAI.I IHN, Is Candidate or clerk of the Court of Appeals, ing of 13 of the present general asse inbly, hesitate tu guarantee them etery tiae, and Iot e, i nifcsii ii, K wWwttothe anion of the Democratic party. will he here to tlav, Frhlav, examine not up to the average Match court in the stand ready to retund the purchase price if , . " LllV1.HUI( ..! c results da These me springs property ami report ns lo way of business. The crowd was here. oemedies have won not follow their tte piiril) their great popuUtity ivcry, fficdand Sale Stable the feasibility of purchasing it for the There was not a great deal of stock on an their menu A R. Penny . driuxgstt and what there was was of the matket R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. State's asylum. ill make ih it ', ik... at i" f A JUk A Sufo Invoatmont. fr.in MilledKeville, I mculii tonnt n t' We were shown recently a couple of low grade. The merhants complained Ki v. Is one which is guaranteed to brtnic sou ' t.il, I. .1! jini Mill. d. Mil, j( ti ,t, DENTIST. of a dull day iu their line of business. paintings executed by Mrs. Fannie lactory tnults, or in case cf failure, a return of Oflke on Main street, opposite I'ortroan Home, $20 to Insure a Mare in Foal, and Miss I.idn, which, as works We hope April court will fully make up purchase price. On this aafe phtti i cnH,buy p stairs. Nitrons Ovide tuts gnon for painless frum our advertised druggist a buttle of Ir. King's Or 5n b the season, of art, will compare favorably with the for it. extracting STANIOKD. KENTUCKV. At S o'clock Tuesday night an alarm New Discovery for Consumption. It it guaran. displays of any painter's studio. Thev Mmin due when mare is parted with M r to bring relief n wd fr Nut Kractl im ted at reasonable price are entitled a "New England Snow of fire was given and everybody was .tnr affection of the in es try case l..i ins an ideal should ary a. tur throat, lntig or such a DR. r. B. W. H.JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Scene" and exhibit a fidelity to nature soon running to K. W. Lee's house, on lousumptiOH, intlarflHsstion of ibe luna:, bHimh. iini r.nae is a oeauiiiui reit sarrei, nasy nur and tail is hmds inrhua hittb; was f.alrd Se IONOOS, k characteristic of the ideal artist, and we Hroadway, where n coal housennd kitch- lis, asthma, wlioopins rough, crep, etc , eti It a I', iVx.and iswasperfect aaiidle horse a a Good turnouts and ta Mle h HO ml tail season always lor hue y l. ill riOue to the .tattc, prrfntlv think highly encouraging to the skill of en iu the yard were in (lames. The ilre is pleasant and I imjon Is the most conven old and tonk the sweensluke premium at Kns on reasonable terms OfTicejVjuth side Mam street, in oflice recently the ladies. engine was soon on hand and when put safe and cm ahruy be depended uptm. 1 nul itnt point on the railr.a.l t reai h na cs in tb sillcand DaHtillvaao in hi own riw at llarrhottlea free at A K I'enny's dtu More. vacated hy;Dr. I.. K. Huffman. Utiford, Ky. hure 'Ihe hu anl 10 breed to, hiu.Im'iI to in the mountain se n,.n .if the - late The Kentucky Historical Society is to work extinguished the fire. The new tairioa are xirdiall, lasiled to kail at our )..,. and sec him most. engine which the city fathers lecently The credit system of doing business after the gun, powder-horand belt of S. A. lie sviis sued by Sestind Jewel, he b I uiin,n bv .4d ha ruined many good and honest men. Col. William Whitley, now iu possession bought did good service. Jewel, li I LEV MOUSE, baia' hrsi dam eMinnie, Washinatoa Drnmars llw M IU.KON DI'SIIST by Mi iKmalii- - Mil The time for the A man's good credit has often been his of Mis. Sallie A. lliggins, of this place, d dam by Wells rusadrr In. ,. rfain bv n, ,. Ofli. e "n Mam street, over W It. McKoberts' F. il. UII.EV. Proprietor. wall J a. k. 011, he by astunctua Drnmark, h. who, it will be remembered, is n grand- contest is drawing near. U will be held wotst enemy, and few find this out until Drug Store, St.infr.rd. Iltaik Henmsik hi. , ay t in.nlei - Kontucky. Old W hip, j.l dam ahrt dai Mountain m.-- r Ko. k daughter of the doughty old pioneei at Centre College Friday evening, April it is too late. Too many men often buy London, - Ml'sii iA.Stll)i.l and heroic Indian lighter. The society 1th. Following is the name and rep- on credit. They pay higher prices for Mi'b-tK "u I hase moved to asy ne resentative of .each college: Centre Col- their goods, they buy much more than llotcltad am belter v.nnts these relics to exhibit at the prepared than ever to accaaiinodale lb public t have removed my office to my residence, oppo World's Fair; and oiler Mrs. lliggins n lege, II. L. Uodsey, Haxul IS recti; Cen- they otherwise would, the run of the ac- flood l.itery aituehed aade.ery coasemence deFemale College, where I will be found at all lie guaranty of $1,000 till they are returned. tral lniversity, Richmond, I). C. Lilly, count i soon forgotten and the buying sired, (hic ase a tall. HUGH RKID. u time. "'RANK MILKY. n Tho' as careful of them as Arthur and Irvine; A. and M. College, Lexington, Ht runs haphazard until the end of that (landard Mule JAS. G UliUNS. his Hound WM.AKI. Table Kings wea of the Ho- A. Hurton, Willisburg, Georgetown Col- time the account is surprisingly large, Mask siallHin. ' , hands hifh. fSrel lege, W. K. Mitchell, Wichita, Kas.: Ket.- -, nil one has Iwught a thinl more than ly lirail, she will doubtless let them go A liold.miih, t trance loiinly, Ne & G1VENS, n MT. VERNON, KV. Sued bv t astrlir TtVv ,0 would had he Ikhmi jwying up right to contribute to the renown of that State tucky t'nivorsity, H. L.Cave, Knoxville, dam W'ol.urn Maul, h Wui.trn i.j Attorneys at Law, it ( The dim of far. rr. i t (oleics still maiatatn which the old colonel loved so patriotic Tenn. The prize will be a gold medal, ,,I0ti. ami you have paid inoro for goods This old aad ad 4am lya .Mxmhrifiii hi.i.r valued at $10. A great many visitors bought. The credit system is mining l2 its line reputatioa. Chartes reasoaabto. Spe - - Louisville, Ky. ally. 327 Fifth St., id dam by Mamlrim M.wiin-- t Clal attention to the traveling public are expected here fioin the towns of all m(. t.Vt.rv I'aMelat, h 1 Almleer I. "Col." J. Chandler, whose feet Al. I' NKWCOMB. Prop., Shrese Iluilding sea us, elt ; isi Uam M... N' ..renthiV II.. ., J.ae represented an.l many from Sj Mt Veraoa. Ky. asond, son J I'ntter's I la we have alway said were too large to al- - Ul lo111' .... Well. st .d A Child Killed. damssf Arulleiv t i',, an.l M.mI i low him to navigate with facility be all over the count rv. Kichhoms band, KIIAVK MAIIIMON Amtnran Star, i,. v am l Henriitd JAS. G. GIVKNS AsMhrr child killsd by th use of opiate tfitea Wilbotn Ji hy llimhlrloniaii, i.. 1. Uveen the average Kentucky corn rows, of Louisville, will discourse tlie music in tbc ferw of soothm; syrup W by mothers s,'ie STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. Misa Cootes, bv Irleiwuh ... Ja.l H.. , pojsoii is turpritiag data, nl .mm GIYEKS & L irl-l- . r.l. has decided to quit following the plow, and everything will be done to entertain thotr children audi deadly child whoa tlwy ian rel eve the of it peculiar All person, ssishins a plea. ant lite and well u, .land at my stable. and it is whispered among his friends and make it pleasant for those w ho at- troubles l using Dr. Aer's Iksky Soother It plea.ed wife let them use i'aienl Hour made at REAL EST VTE, nsle Oak 4...I ! contain no opium or morphine bold hy A It Stanford Roller Mill. Call for n at your gro-- '"" "anl..d on ihe aew that he will be a candidate for magistrate tend. Duldrrar s Mill I'cnii) eery, and if they base not s.sl it o hand, urje K'"r ' ' - them lo keep or gel an oiJer from them and . in this precinct at the August election. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Is Life Worth Living? jet it al the Mill an.l I mil guaraniee a Isa.aiit At $10 tO InSUrC a LlVlllC" Colt Town l.ots, CimI, lruu and Timber I.aud bought Commanding in stature, 6tern in feature Not if )u no throush the worblj a dyspeput, and interesting lamil) I will .,, io premium for the S I'lllls. N,,ntendent or sold on C'ommisMoii, CurrtspondeiKe Rev. I. S. McKlroy closed a meeting Dr Acker's Dyspepsia 'tablets at a jwmiivc cure and with a sonorous voice, he will make loi-b!t ned li ami I;,. lor the hot e tolt nf .! I'. far the worst forms ol I.' at the Madison street church, Coving- alettes and conilipation.dyspepata, indiKsttsH. rlat low - uel u. he shown in Manfbcd the first a justice that the average ..i. j tiuar.ialtcd and ssJd br in ti t,.i i.,i. my young).. . A H Perms. ton, with additions. WALLACE E. VARNON, will "approach" with much of the same Theie are reported to be over $100,- Can't Sleep N'lghtB feeling of reverence and awe that the JOE EMBREE, Attorney atLaw, iu this country, with Is the complaint of thousands s(Terlic Irasu "Hindoo does his idol god." And so 000 Sunday-schoolwill ere a lew ksmhI marcs at it to a soughs, etc. Did you er try 1.100,000 teachers and S.8 10,000 scholIsii red jack, a yearsald Ihr iiti Kentucky. here's hoping him no thorny road. Stanford, iuiutl Dr. Acker's English Kerned y Is the best iieiE. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor la. toOctober, lie 1. lit, hands huh and ..f fiIt Sale) an a sts aad atlioa. Ilrrsl bt I'eytoa rjabire, i.f n. aration known far all Ihh troubles. The Walnut Flat church b:is per- ars. Will practKc in all the court- - of tin-- , and adjoin-ucolo couaijr, aad - a double rrouof Jim I'oitr counties and In the roerts of anie-i- l Sickness prevented Kid. J. (i. Liv- positive guarantee at ji and 50c by A. K I'enny. haps the oldest living pastor of any hca retained oa on all colts ull the tOflite over .McKoberts & Smeb's drufr store. . .ion No I Intel la Kenlutkybat a briier reputation, Mrey due wnen the iul toast, nr church in Central Kentucky. For 10 ingston fiom preaching at Uoshen lust Wo Cnn nnd Do and il pronriettir is determinsJ that witb t M. fOliNAMnK! , shall be maintained. ' ai coiiMeciitivfi years has the Hev. H. H. Sunday, but he will be theie on the ."th (iaaraatee Dr. Acker's (Mood lilisir, lor it lias Sijnf..r). K' 5 been fully demonstrated lo the people ol this canaSunday to make up for lost time. Caldwell been olliciating at its altar, prothat it Is superior to all ather prcparatloas for Hev. Ueorge iltir.t will preach as us ry blood diseases. It is a Mmtiv care (r synhihtM He h. rectnlh a led tu ii. a prfin Intents claiming to old and young, master and ual at the Baptist church next Sunday, peiioniuc, ulcers, eruptasasand pimples It parislave, the wisdom, providence and goodties the wnole system and thoroughly IhsI up (he from the illness o-- 3 g ness of the Creator. His hair is now having recovered last appointment. that cotiatltution. A. It. I'cnii) Also iiii.lard ' white with the frosts of years and his kept him ftom hU A Duty to Youraolf. A First-Clas- s Livery Stablo Ii n Ulli n. Mai .. p. ints, .', , . Iiu.. f a Hev. Dr. T. 15. Mensell, of the 5 o voice, once so strong, full and rich, is It is surprising irjJt people will use a toeamwN, HI c , u ,tljl , , ,h',k !, s.V.'ae rrs To acconiinoda'e the den.anil. of Ins increased 11 .N ""' alien I'a., Methodist Episcopal ordinary pill u hen they can secure a taluauie Kb;. transient patronage, lle.t I uraoutt furnished , tr,. now mellowed by time; beginning to , ,, King IVio.ky tr..u , ,,, Ma i4, md tiial 1 ra and live more P 2W giow faint and quavery. church, who has been on trial on charg- lull one for the same money Dr. Acker' Kajlish Commercial ravelers and other. ry l.ou. tba Of those who o o hase shown trials af a or bcllerall in la.t sea pill, are a po'ilnc cute for Kk headache aad all . eitaiuly son troubles Thcs are sma'i, sweet, eu.il v taVcti S began their christian pilgrimage during es of lying and defamation, was found liver do oalerlul for a rar o por sale by A II I'enri) Malbon with limited opportunities and by (.to W 1U1 , guilty. p o the early years of his ministry, only a nutsril. 1 sire if Marry Wilkes C3 i,S, iu Will . aVHfaaB A wealthy Atlanta, tia man left a a Ked Wilkea sire of I'rince handful lemain, and they, like their ti 1 CJ That Torrlblo Cough I. It Owens and Mars William I. Oos. ., "" sold for S10Csireol Astell. 3 year 4dWilkes ,.1. reiord . will with a chlttse in it that every Metlfi the morning, hurried or dillicult breathing pastor, are nettling thu mysteriou. InaulU P B Q itsu aad is thooalv kmu- thai .i.r. phlegm, in theihrn he pelilionet. ha.e tlli.d.l) riled their p. titioa al 5 1, 00.1 Ik t season border of the great hereafter. lint mav odi.st llliniwter who. was lireMIIlt at llis. raising tiiilliHcss luhmesa suing or sweat,uuickened pubMi, first dam Kliia lanr utim nl I.IU M.... in tht"at Bight o"-3 tieniln Mar Oiyens be use, enjoy, the a p 3 he ami they live to enjoy many moie funeral hhoultl itreeeive iQQ. andKveryone all or any or these things areKnglishHrt ulago, ami loovny liw her einpiicieU loany proper t) sell ' 'HeailbyAledium ilrreic, sue uf I'earl 1 10, 2 Acker's she the es (ley will cure theDr. fearful symptom,Cough is ease mat own or anMirc, w beaeai me oeois nr t taims second dam Kitty Kiur, dam of llerne (,,ri, sacred meetings beneath the consecrated that heanl of was there aq and od not irom il i unuer a on lw tracklb) Alexau.iei by A K 1'enay, of her hutbursd: b. make toalraCI-- . sue and be Mtisi Kuaruatettate is Sl.IiUO the )es.s for it. roof of their antique red brick church. Druggist. sued a a single woimin, trade in her own name Abdallah, sue uf Goldsmith Maid a 14, K .a!iL. ". re co IaI.P4HbI The Wisconsin Sitpieme Court has Almuflt. Iltrmoiit, At Mr. Hussell Dillion went to Hock- ii',, dam by lied 1. and dispow of her utoperty by ill or died. ea Thud J ket (sire of thr d.n r,t It Is now ordcreil that nsitHe of uid aition le A plant for thu manufacture of ice, S a castle Tnerday. Hon. F. F. IJobbitt is decided that the reading of the Bible in jml . published in the Interior Journal, a nwpapcr ' Keatuck) U likes , ;, sr 00Q lbs. pUDliahed in MaBlnrtl.K) j jet.. Sob.tji;, I.,,. Vsil,. the sctoail dai lor len da,s lamralt'ic w with the legal fraternity at the Mt. Ver-- public school is "sectarian instruction," with capacity of 2$ tonn, or S t '7',, Cumbai 4re ..I llr..n is .nil Will.,,. Iar. h 1.., iSy l.isea under uy hand tm e This is per tky, would cost $(l,l)0(i. The Z " Mh-ss( Red'ilkfs.irr . of uI'nntt Wilki . ,. J V. IIAII.KY, noti co u it this week. Sue Hitch-- , and therefore unconstitutional. ' "STgI'hll laompaoa j Clera jtKoln Circuit C'i Comn ...n fs. of this quantity of ice would n maa Uoraraa. aiiati, accompanied by Mr. John Httriiiui a victory for the Catholics, who objected Pourth dam ansvtral.i miuiv, to the leulin of the ltible in tlichdiools fttirt two bushels of coal ami thu ser Hl.t an. paid a Hying visit to (.iarnird county 01 Aouaiian .nil .sirs.engn l.laod vices of two men, say al ?1..'0 oach rnr friends Sunday. Mr. Joe' Hiooks, tin". and brought Miit to prevent it. R. B. Kid. Lloyd, of the Christian Church, day. The j could Imj tuitde at -'j vlis. BJ re handsome clerk of J. T. Caiaon A; Co., of , ajuKjearsci,' I,, irit r cwt. If sold in lumps of .V or lfO U.rle. Uialat year. ..Id t yc. aad j uih. I: Louisville, is at home for a few days to uul l.cv. Ditzler, of the Methodist SUCCKiSOR T( could trot iliise to m bj Iron's CaJm... ., Ikj frnishH! nt i ponndi. it a o tint delight of his mother, sister and le- Church, are tiring new&jmper letterh at 4 isssf.atc lIKI'.l.t. KlJi ..ii make the each other in thu Georgetown Times, nr loiiiid, xud in Iefc.mjuantitits nt J of M'MICIIAEL THE HATTER lNjo ., m p(,e 4,? milefr.i St.iutord .r. s3 gion of friends. Mrs. Sallie Hhinehart re h. Itusli Hramh pike at ami all'ord a ImuhIsouic proMt to thoroughly convincing to thu oi I'uievillc, is at her mother's. Mi' which aro divines are the mnntif.u'turer. 1'.. ail 4TH AVKNUE, a a a J'lf Hltiir, a rWng young legal luminary laymen that these $2G to Insure .a Mare in Foal, w l et- O of I'ineville, liuuetlown Monday to see I11UIU SilUIV 111 UUL-- Ul lllllll A continual roughing i LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. annoting t per Money due uhcu the (att i. a, nt mi nay kind of ii patarnng: tons sstliag near ou his brother, Dr. S. Blair. Mrs. Jaol the average sinner, t II . 01 great Deaiues, inroai and ...a recelll meeting Olr .1 Vlrati. luiws anditisisesccedinglyuainage to the this sunsou The Nobbiest & Most Stylish partedwith. Hie V. . C At tlie dangerous at Looper ami Mimcs Iannie and Katie ' sherry ' lne.,?ar """ ".' Redd are visiting Mrs. M. C. Williams at T. T. n .Gilt Oil the followillj.' Ollicers Coueh Svrun will lelmnjBV nrilmurv itu.li ti...l Stock Ol remedy cosU r mtire tlian tilt.- inferior grades were elected for the ellfeUillg year l'rt'S- taaHaMass'!vSt9aVV Mt. Vernon. We are glad to see our ro that arc thrown on the inarhftatoacllatenorojHua ,,..., w w re tiaaaaHaKEHHIiaaaHuS "standard k. Penny, Drugri.t o ' genial bid friend, Col. John Buchanan, ident, Airs. 'l,secretary. Mrs. London; I M. Q. on the sheets again, looking none the cone&ponding I'M stallion, hind atiKlo white, foaled in iVs ...... u, ...n...Kcr To prevent rabbits from trij tiri nir frpit Dodge, (ilade; recording secretary, Miss woise for his lengthy illness.- Mrs. e Messenger a K. nreeic lull brother 10 Ma Mrs. trees mix one teaspoonful of tincture of Ever iiruiiKhtto the city ol Louisville, now open I'lrstdam I.ady Mesnger nearly full sitter to Magee and her two bright children, Crtrrio Woods, Lancaster: treasurer, asafit'tida with thin iiutd and apply with including the are down with measles at Mr. UCwe A. (J. l.ovell, Mt. Vernon. sue of the I'rice horse, trial 1 ao. and i.ih,r ........ & a brush to the stems of the tiees and KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS one. Ward's. . .. v, etontl dam l.n. wi ..ia hi "Yes," said Hepresentative Houtelie, other portions which the rabbits mav be bvHrtOXDWAY, lenlleJT"h i.iiii llree.e, sire of I'earl AndaUomy own importation of Knjjlish Hats Kiriiftk ' IVarf Medium 3 jj of Maine, "I shall get up in the middle in tho habit of attacking. This coni)els Xearly all the steel pens usetl iu and uain Nitir KY. country are manufactured here, says this of the niuht during the next campaign so them to take such a disagreeable dose and Caps An elegant linu ol Canei hand I.yon's Mini AIJr'sv, Kivers .daui of Heme t,,rl Abdiallah. irc at t.o Mm I, Fine Celebrated Umbrellas always on 'r thu .Maul 14 llnsaliiidaaiK, esc. on the iu getting at the bark that they will preHuston (ilobe, though I'O years ago near- as to keep my appointments fourth dan by Ked jacket irc of the ,!. 0f SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, stump for Harrison, lie's so grateful fer to leave it alone. ly all were imported. Sow only the oSo iijfc,. I.i,.t. Wilkesfor everything have done for him. AfOrders out- J ''. Combat sire of Ilrown aU, Laur.i Gloves and other Furs, a specialty 18 highest priced ones are inmnrh-.- l v you ur any of) our lamily should happen to be side of city solicited, perfect aatisfactlnr K"a,:1" If f.?.V,Rei1 w'"lliie of I'rince W,l'Ju'" all my work in Indiana two years ago liurncd or scalded, what have ou ) , US about 1.IX)().000 Lra!K .wur. uliinli .0 ter . .. .oi. armTal """ 'U) '' Con"'. " 0'S.Vr iiia! ' teed Don't tail to order a NUIIIIV HAT i yi the house alleviate the pain a not mi large a number as micht appear, and in previous campaigns, he appointed nh)icun to A box of iiesi;' until you call yetat lifth dam an extra last mare, u,,,,nc" ir. - r WskvaAlvV German halve thu bitterest enemy I have in the world hand in tunes like this would sae a world ol sul " Abdallah und Messenger blood . inai 11 represents fewer turn ferins and oftentimes a doctor hilf, as it has im a M',,,,llS r Hrceie. by Messenger Chief aire of J t- Mam.. cutisiiieiiii" apiece for all the inhabitants, as supervisor of the census in my eiiual In ct.es of this kmd, afcwell as inflammation Messenger a iftlj. Kathcrine s7 j three pens MR Lb. 0, although I protested again and of all kinds. A. K Penny, Druggist. Vs l,,iU,.v l'ople who uso them wear SaEfc aV'tLsfcfc.' ,. left , , ?Wi? a 2, DamKl.ra jane, dan, of HI iJfjRT-N- S out again, and the man is now searching iu w Maud I Ll LABOR ,l r,)SS ' lwnii or '"ore in a vear, it is every town for people who hato me or Knulisli Spavin Liniment rcmoMs all hard, soft bilallah Mtl.ciu-e-l bv .Messenger or calloused lumps or blemishes from horses Save '''ef. irc ofMnuil Messenger a i6i. PAIN il LESSENS manv tq ypE nr. 'j evll,e,,t Ulttt tl,L',e " Jjo Warranted the have grievances against me to make ever known Sold L jr.o.t wondcrlul blemi.li t curt ., iiraiuamauKUtDvacnlint:! 2 jql, .lrn "F who never use a steel pen at all. The It I'ennv, DANuL Arnim a u,K, Vlvaiidicr.. i kYuU niUlWICHFS ?L; u,, flf BiaffiiaiaBiTBraBaaaaiBl Thus thu entire Stai.furd, Ky tu Volunteer, sire ol St. Jullen i JUll 1 H IV pens are made of imported steel, which them enumerators. ."'miliisJ" Second Waud dam Kitty Ktven power of the (lovernment iu my dis-is preferred LIQUOR HAD E inot CHILD quality. It because of its big uniform trict is engaged in trying to prevent my DRTJNKENNESS-TH- World there la but one WrnVjfBBinwwBaVWu. nTasaaaBTiIj in l'bY "Lv'Aie; die.. AbdaT.atMThird'dan,',,l 7 on'of Sherman ff" Ke.5,.KH'.....y IT-- In ' is rolled into all the sheets and BRAOFIllOREBULATOCaTLANTrM vi.i wisr u nasci crmsca of llanibletonisi, . r euro, Dr. Halneu' Golden Specific. cut into strips, after which itisannealed, renomlnation. Of course I'm an Ad iiiiiniiru.o cniei. o 01 .Morgan, , dS; I'llot. Ir.. sire nf ili ilim. i si "I mot It can lL'ifii in a cup of tea or coffee without rolled to thu thickness required, then ministration man." Chicago News. Kvcbce a io, Kc. He has more cro,,e,,bVnJa the knowledge of the person taking It, eflectinz a oilier horse to Maud "nv , K V, """ any speedy and permanent whether the patient HUSTONVILLE, KY. tempered and cut und stamped into pens. C. A. 1EHEDICT & CO., Young Mr. Soheitibteiti "Do you dink is a moderate drinker cure,an alcoholic wreck. other horse has 10 a j toS "o,"i or Kindred will make the Tnousanda-oMuch skill is required in all these drunkards have been cured who and ready to do in "'wn "l ' at my Undertaking Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, tions and in those of llhishing theopera- tlot marrying vas a vail lire, Oncle Mo hase taken the Ooldcti Specific in believecolTee Are Hill the the business lino. We have a any place at tneir thing in full without their knowledge, and pens ses; they stoci of Case and Casket of all kinds and Kobei quit drinking of their own freewill. No TANFORD, KY. for use. Tho manufacture and tradu in of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly $15 to Insure a Mare Uncle Moses "OH" you make tnonisb in Foal, results from its administration. Cures guar. new can be obtained on 11. Mr. steel pens has seen very little cliango for py marrying it vas as goot as a vailure, antced. Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. Green has charge of cur short notice. will J. business and show Money due when the fact Wells drilled to order and Pumpi lurnished at drcas in confidence Golrkn Srscirtc Co., i8t our goods to any one needing anything In our pane,, with . factory prices, 3a a generation. CHAS. DUX.tfo,0, Ky" Hace Street. Cincinnati. O. my poy." Lowell Citizen. line It 1 Candidate MISS KATE KOGLE A gentleman here teceived a letter John M. IVlaney is buying hounds from a friend living in Kansas and in Monday. to take with him to Illinois when he re V. A. Cnrsou says tlmt "ITncle" giving him a report of the markets said thatjtwo bushels of corn paid for a pound turns home. K. D. Padgett's first born llecso Ward is the boss wrestler. weighs Lt pounds at three months old of coffee. . . . The cornet hand was out Tuesday mmI ,,e ,s Rrwl deal ol Muster -- Harold V. Smith died at Covington night and made some lively melody for Sunday and was brought to this place nbout ' W N Howard and J. W. loving. the music Jooeh each lost a good mare in foaling. Mr. and Mrs. Y. K. Buchanan have Monditv nnd interred in th.. Mr8' Clnrimla Coffey, an aged and cemetery.' He was the father of John removed to town and are now comfortaKd Smith, fornierlv of Hum ranniv. nnw respeetauie nuiy, uietl the I It li Inst. Nie -bly domiciled at their old home on lower ' was a sister of Hev. W. II. Ciodbey, the of Versailles. Main. noted Methodist divine. She was mar Hew Mr. Tiinrp will begin a series For spring suits, cut nnd made in ried three times. Her last husband was latent fetyles, go to J. S. Kdmiston, agent of meetings at the Christian church next will con Jas. Coffey, of near Turneisville, from Sunday morning. Dr. Pointer for Wauamaker & Ilrown, the great duct communion service at tho Metho- whom she separated and lived until her clothiers. death with her daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Mr. James Adams, nn oll and high dist church Sunday in the absence of Uoocb, her only chilil. Mis. C. was an ly respected citizen of the Dripping Hew Hand, tho presiding elder. excellent christian lady and has doubtA severe rain and hail storm raged Springs locality, died Sunday of pneu here Tuesday night. A great many trees less gone to the rewind to which she has monia, aged 70 years. long been looking. Col. D. (1. Slaughter was here Wed- fencing and chimneys were blown down, nesday saluting his many friends. He some few houses unroofed nnd the woII. Lee Uavis will ro-op- eu School .Livery rpcuatty. J07jni Stabl. J tSoo. llyj I have added new buggies, ws.onsand hnrsos to my lurry business, making my stable second to none in this section first class turnouts on short notice anil feeding by the d.iv, week or month a "YAZOO," 11799. Record n"W o. rilUKMOND, junction Lily. Ky ;$. rValetl Apiil te, iSfii. Farm For Salo. I Ilv IIAKOI.D. sire af Maud S.. m-er1 f8 . .1 and i more In the 1 30 list. r'irst dam Volaude dam of Yuan, reenrd j i Hy IIKI. MOM', aire of Nutwood, j ig',. i dam Young l'ortla. ga --- ". - 1'hil-adelph- ia Dam of WJt.nrc 1 ,lre 01 l!e.im-- r a ijti.) Dam of I'oitlun 1 tj. (sire of Minnesota ile.ire to sell my larm of about I p acre, situ;)4.) Dam of II) men, 4 eur nld record 1 fi. ated .iboul miles north of Stanlnrd on the Dam of L'hitde llarolu, Kn reciril 111 Hush llranch pie, apposite the old church. There land 304 ' are about so acres In wheat and rye; the balauce liranddamolConnausht'siretil Chsmnorel of the farm v. ell set in timothy GxiJ dwelling (irand dainul ubu t pf four rooms and and a splendid new barn; is well watered and fenied. I'os.essien can II) MAMIIKINO CIIIHP.alre ol I adv Tl.ornr retiird a 1;, be given mimcluuly. lor particular-- , sev J. I llailcy, Stanford, or write tlie nii.lrr.iL.-nc- l Dam 1'oni.i, br KOIiltl'CK. at , Cincinnati, Ohio K WITHKKS. 4 lnm b Wllll'l'. The altotc record is no mea.iire of In spee.1 , we espet t Mm In 0 under so this V AOO ill made the season on tlie mmii of V 5 Hume A Co., Siler Creek, Ky.. miles frimi Kit hmond on the Lancaster tMtnpikt. DII.I.IOSS SWITCH, K ii two-mil- e Liu-lie- ;, PcaU-- r In Merit Wins. Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps At 540 to Insure. oldeM colls arc coining twu year "Id- W ill arase mares at to cents per day amlwili take all poiUe cnio. hat arc not reipon.ibk tti in tidenls or escapes. 1 mi 5. ih;kn..m . CO Ili for Superintendent of 1'iiWic Lincoln . ouiity Ktcctinn August, 1890. I Brinklcy of , 1 H . I Kitts-tactor- y GILT EDGE! t' . re.p-siM- l n &(&msa&.i . t- -r iir 'rev- i- tim ! PENNY, tl ctt. Dentist. I 1 - -- Dr. PRICE, n Inter-Collegia- te THE i C 1 r REMOVB33! . I Ed Barlow, 2375. ( I is-b- y - AVRE3 NEWCOMB -a HOTEL. j I j dav.-Iowa'll- ndex. ioi-y- r 11 , RHRUm. ! ,.,,.. I f ,1 ." 1 . Pincvillc, Kentucky. r 11 I "'"!. a, . o.-s- i law-break- er 3-'- THE MYERS HOUSE ,t. s rr --- --- J'-- e - 1 p I h- -- 1 -- ' Pool and llllliurcl Parlors BREEZE , WHKES! I -h I ,, . I a- - ar rig ro Uiicoln Circuit'Court. 11 1 1 H he-lov- I,. I I , - I - . j 11 .1 a- ?;! 17 11 1 , 1 s iiianti-factur- 1 -- i..-- , , l- OEOGEGHAN. ' C iJf4lr':.W;:.-:..,, rsaiis-jacaso- ; k -- i 4 ' et-- nt , ed j it " IfVilC-llltlUl- M-r-y 111 erg" ' 1 It,..-,.;.,- ,fii. "" 1 - -- -. IBI - Sal-H- ATS, world-renown- i OrcilMMIJjll I i. -- ) I . WM. 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