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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890040101 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. TORNADO TOUN. ,T1T- -' Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. APRIL L 1890. NO. 9 ANOTHER MURDER IN ROCKCASTLE HOTEL "KATYDID." Tho anhiinls were kill"il unl the wir was .lOlltl .vinioue, T m.. e.-- i:, n,l,.,lnr.., - m.. wrcclusl. Dot the fill .i r ,., lijt fnrtll lltllll , .. ill.lt. ... ul.li Irrilia tin. i I, lf .,ril(Vci'i IiP,t. h i, th I nr...r j, un.ni.) doeire to inform then, t lint hint so jured. Tin1 Kentucky Congressmen sent '1''"' trial f J aim's Uiinlin tin sun rises tmd sets, the Hotel Wire $():) In tht relief committee. sini'HR ! Katydid will jin-- ks ccrtuiiil built for ll1' killiiiir of "Ans" Henderson took Gov. Cnnipln'11 lui? isMied nml will lf run this hmwoii. if not at P,act' before Judge Colyer at Mt. Vernon In In people of Ohio, setting forth , hs brought out at tln'ii at my spring one .Satunlay. The fa-Killod thi' needs of the. tornado siiH'oicia in mon- - milo oast of Cnib Uichard, Ky. I will the trial, is without precodent. It sliow-o- d NITiety-fou- r mill iiBklnc contributions of Henderson to be ti mot brutal and furthtT stutf that in this mutter 1 have and lOOs Woundod. ni'tcil in perfect good faith with the pub-- I inhuman father and a libertine. The Mr. A. U. McKec, of lnville, uss in doors, :lli:ms of ?r.orsa:7 destroyed, vViight'w eietir stoic in the nine block lir. I h vi sold oil my property, some trial was hell with closed olliccis, nonebeinir admitted except tin witsiicriHce, itr order to tuk" pov with the Intlsville Hotel mid wiisernnh- - hi yriMi Middli-shorus iiwhw mid thoiM? directlv ojiinuctetl with fHtMiji nf the Hotel lit e,1 hcvoud recognition, bhvi hv his let- n'riiH'k Thurdiiv night t s tract on .May 1st, ami i icarn Die allair. .......... ... !.... i i i i iu..rV ii.i..tm...i The f.imily allair of Hendursou weie ,. (tli mt tiit' besides the' grading not n lick ...... . ..... ..ii .. ..... ...1S..I..I.... ..Im. n.4n Irvt Minif . .1 iviiii-J- i inmnH clUllSlrvpilIOS innil ...l.tl. iiiij eviiiuii ui milium imj.iimii iiiibt ilvplorabltt. The until, orbiute, I Virgil Wright was seriously bus been struck on it. It tuny be that sullen.! A inightj lives, tin country have been pl.iyed for a r.uckui in tlii has by threats and intimidation for the in-- ' The hotl iliil not sutler uonmlcHl. tm naili. with a velocity ami violence luixinps, but uiiler it is Hiitisfactorily lasttwo yisirs had carnal knowledge with ........... ...... .. .U .....ill. .......I. .1 ...... , , Clli. illtioie, sinnis .1...- i iij i iiiiiutii. duiijihter. He has at lulliisteil n the next ft'W tlnvs thev will i .ltllr- - Ilml tliey lmvu caught a whale iiihtuad of w 1'itei n liimts Hinl lore tin w... 'lw times left his family for months at iliietlion.jiloiiKh-lsohvill-- TOwienchinc hoiinca from thoir linl in u a siieker. and I will j;ive coriefliNHiiloiU'i a time ami gone oil' with other women. path of IomjUuoii anil foiiiulatJoiiBuiil(U'strflylni:$!0(MKX)woitli mt: an appalling to tho prom from mhix leading; Middles About ((weeks since Hendeuon made Njiinio after Hfpiare of iwlileiiees of pmpeity, but fortunately nobody wns boni men that will (.'ivc tlit-- and an attempt on his iiycnr old daughter an business liousfs, says the Coiuivr- - killed. a greater bii:k sot than has tho nml when remonstrated with by the The tornado rut hwhiIi of lUvastation .foniiml, wais wieiidiiil from their foun-- ' mother he knocked her down and threatrecent lloo.ls up that wny. like ch(l': anil clorni tiimncli the late. I'.iiteriny at .l.iii.in Hiul Tliv itrtfn over the Stnte whoba piov- - ened to munler her if she aiid anything .... .ii...... ...t.1,.1. I. .it It n i,.iil mil (lit new .i.ii.1ti f do about it. in tht' e'1 n vi" . iH.pulo,,,, nlUi Iwnsw hmU i.iiWu'b . town of Uraud Rivers, nml killed . seveml I'Yiiii weeks ago a sifter of Mrs. n ,. inn . . to i'OIiv the lilmve Ititter. welinter eoinnv was nuni in Are lo.i nr hliiMBd wiihte oi irkidIu. M.ti.iiiii wiiiiti up fiom (tarrard on a visit. KEXTUCK', will on the This is no April fool. J the Hith of tho terrible wind, and Kiil.'urj,,iti Henderson, true to his brutal iustini-tsUefpectfiilly, l. i. Si ui.iitkk. niu vtli nml .Maple Mreeth, diimon-- ik a heavy lois of life ami propurty, at (ireen llrliir Piippint! SpriiiL's, Mar. "1, ntteinpted to aivomplisli Ids deign but the city. nti!liiii dwelling, )enM .V) persons beiiis killed or sutlonsly ahv was repulsed. Mrs. Henderson was told nml IniMiiess Wotkh like ijsr nhullii, lop- - iujtin.nl. OritU'iiden eounty was swept of it by her lister, who intutediatelv j reThe Newspaper Pulf. tieiieh-- , from west to eiu-t- the tmek of the itorm rhiirclintci'plesniid pl'ii leaving Mrs. II. "I'lie newpaper put!," says Hill Nye, pined to depart. im HHU'houiM'8 to frucuuMitu, thu diead bHtij,' a ipuuter of a mile wide and 1S9O, sell nt- '"is taiiifthiiij: that makes men feel bad told her of her husband's brutality, In HnvkiiiiultfoumnyhouH-- ' iHitaiit pMHsi'd tbtbi rivei front, leaving mile.-- luii;. which upon hearing, the .'IJ.yenr old if they don t nt it. The .'round-worto mark the houmlitrien of ruin, a broad ' 0, ivri' imruofed. but no lives wen lot. of an onliiuuy t pull eoiifisth daughter startled them by telling what , of lifo In Cliribtian and Tnnj; ttic .o-swMth 'd wrerkawe ami ile.ul and man-of a moral chanu'ter and a uiod bank ac- relations her unnatural father had foiccd humanity impitled and weighted and propel ty miwhIniJIimivx. count. Writine. newspaper pullV is like her to mniiitaiu under fear of death, ri'iuu nr biiriiiu in the iiiitttl dehns. mix ititf sherry cobblers and mint Ijulep.-a-ll Mri. H. w:i, prostrated. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. '1 his belt of ihtrilt'tioii uxtended fnnn They decided to inform their brother, through the slimmer months for custhe west side of lith fetreut as far h.s Mb -- M. 1. Klkinb)iihl of .lames liivens tomers and )ifenehinK your own thirst James Burden, of the awful state of af- on Main, and an eipiul width acnis-- to' a hit of butcher Mull at " els. ill two equal installments at 0 and 12 months. with ram water, .""oiiietiiiies u man is fairs. I'pon being told of the matter, One third cash, balance fie jMiint whero tliu elty wax HrM loiiidf . James Swope m)M to Johnson, of lookin a for a mill' and don't act it, then Mi. H. was of course dunifounded, but btoc,i '" tl,c Company may now be had by applying at once to S. fiHo)lf, K) head of hOOpminil o.ittk at 21 hes.iysthe paper is iin: down hill and he so,,,, decided what course to pursue. t alii City Hall ii lodjje of Kiii.'lilf - M. Owens, Stanford, or to the General Manager. S95 only fora share wilts. that it is in the hands of a monopoly, He with twofiiends mounted their hoisanl Lidicft of Honor whs in session, two-- , -- Saturday afternoon is horse show a1(j . if he did es nml went to Henderson's house where of Si oo, and the stock will be taken up by the Company at $125, for Mo., MdiM'ribin third f the attemlniits buiiiK women day nt Huston villi ami the prospects are , ,0l UIV1. JMy jUa i.jjj ,lrM, Writing a liuidenp.it four balls in the wreteh's' r,rst payment for lots. No personal liability for deferred pavments ,.: )m.siilt.n.. i whili'in tin same liutliiinu was a nam- - ' ,,iiiri u., . . . (lf- b sly. killing him instantlv. Htirden i... I'll"!'-MM" lilMII. UIC .,i.,rt IIUII 13 oi l'l... ,. the Companv is content with hens retained. HiKK'h.M,loliKTUn, ,,, of ,,om,v ,ubv. Ifthe pnmo. went to Mt. two N.xl Moim,hj. ., hjnit. ,10W ,ly huildmg was dashed now like a house ar(. (lial III(m. th) iX Uu. c.,liM with ward, gave himself up and trial set for Until day of public sale a limited number of lots will be sold privateJwa m n oi . aids, burying in the debris JuO soul.. Saturday, when he was promptly llumlH.rot KO(M, 0IU.M m lvll s Hllll ,)llloM ulll, harWi slimvs Uu. ly on same terms, at a fixed schedule of prices. n,.,st of whuin were either c.ushed r lUi vMbMolu the artist does not mide.u.d his It is believed that, at these prices, this Addition now furnishes a betto ileath Henderson, it will be lemeinbeied, -- Tuto A Catron have bought the past lt,M- s:0 it ja mt, the newspaper pull ,. , Ih'low iltli siilleied mon-- l Main htrcet , ter opportunity for investment than anywhere clese in Kastern Ky. f cattle at from 'Ji ;r .1 r.i.. .'i ,....! ,.f lib. ,hA.,l was arrested some yen id since with . ... ,,,, Jt seierely than any other busiuesssivtloi. tjj ,. (f ywHng charged with murdering Mary .XH)H,It uf t,,e tnUl, am, For prices, lots or other information, apply at Stanford or Pine- fie large uliules.de estahlisliinentH and In 1". vSmierset Reporter. "the scarlet woman of Round mondity, it shows that the puller does'nt I iImuiii warehoiiM's being sliattered like! our horse coinuis next iv.in win understand human nature. It is more Stone," and her mother, in the house VI. le, Ky. , to In one stole on this stieet six he found the pedigree of C. T.Sandidge's ( tinder rc!Uia pml of himself where a brother of Hlshop and young to bt.tf a irNiiud luo men wen buiieil. The Harrison Chief, Jr.. an excllolit coin-- , jj,,,,, to Kea 1111111 slip on an ontngepeel. Hysinger weie killed in a row. No pos- ' General Manager Bell Co. Coke and Improvement Co. I nl.ui dejiot was totally destroyed. stallion and The King, a noted bined man reads it over itive evidence being adduced at the trial I bundles wen demolished ami sevend 'seven or eight limes ami then goes Henderson was released, though there is saddle breeder. Sister were killed. Uo. Stephen K. Notwithstanding all tho discounig-- ; aroiutd to lhe diirereiit places wheie the no doubt he was along when the killing Harnwell, rtctor of St. John'! Ipiscojial ing talk which hits been indulged in re-Henderson's has been a p.,IM,r aiu js taken steals what he can. occurred. dead. chinch, is among the... .. ..jnlini, .Iuiii'M'IhI eiowilie heat.' We Veil" TI,.. b:,,l.l,.,,,rl..,l fimiK- imm ,nw hmni chequered career. He is accused of hav.. .. .......fc-..,.. niiiti'iiKUKii ,,,, ,tf yiei,i will he niv rvm,g ,t t0 hi wifv JIIld thl.n payB1I, ing binned a number of houses in e dded to this terrible disaster, ti.eeiiy Uw lw and having killed Charles Krieger minirisi. to those Who lire HOW I,:., i.iti VH is.. Hlllont.Ml Willi mcnniwiii.1 i al.-- M'l.- n..e..vsfnl paper, MM "III "'"---ter (amine, as the water works weie icmtkingthelomlest. Ii. W. Hi He, Jr., business man who advetises and makes from the roadside some three years ago Arc headquarters for vvi.sked by the storm. oi Lincoln, sold to I.. H. Hudson V Co. a iiioiiuv, starts immediatelv to Hud the while on his way to Jackson county to -- . isr s the losn of pnipeity is 'lo I'iin-- i ,unt,.m.K,r nico oombined gohliieg for and speak a word of btiv walnut trees. Millions ' villi Advociiti. it caiinol lHesllinnteil c&o. gniteful acknowledgement land eiicour Fooling the Farmers. ..I lulliiis wen swept away in one in Lowen sold to I uti'iiiieiiiier .v., , inenti.e two men Mnit 011 Ti,e cw tarid bill increases the tarifl' "U' " Miiiit mid thu loss ii a complete Plows! Plows! Plows! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel j twt ,s LnHll)',n'i;(),,,l,1',,,'l,M,T , --Hyrnes. of the sanctum and walk thoughtfully (ux on ,, ,,(, hi,' thivse wlio wen lK,uu , ,tr,)4t togethei, mid the sue- - plot,.,tio tn flirnil!rft wlu! thu Western llond .v: UHard M.ld t.. (i ;iin-- t lite ba.l im I 'i.l. ttte(llj ,,U!,,I1IW ,,,,,, ,akn, MISlir in ,,,,,. imwt, aw mmU tMr ,om s fm.l, Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no ,,'ofl.ouisvilrt, P head of cattle at --storms, and tunny are ruin ll.u- hentttle are, bugs...::', cuts and Ul,.y ,H)th t,u tt dovi. or two. aIM, beiSlusl.t w0., bear tht. ,.osl of ,,,,,. plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Kvery plow warranted t un .1 !....,... li.. ii ... if l imri it fit pronient to market. The funnel's who . Mny; , Jmh fctna fl.e do good work, or no sale. .Ask your neighbor. tli(, ifivflMJi 1JW ,kl. H tlir,B ,i0ve in our heai K mid nller j.iiniinipowort! fif flesriiptToiiFjl1lit'roCurn tfjVM.;o( p.1UvJTIeriat vue1;.7i tthile la.... posu ge more plentiful duce corn have some ,70.(K)0.0,)0 bushels on their liamls for want of buyuis.ttt liv- vv.is the mo! awful inixttiiv of dobrls, ,tHMi jHmi ..ven-bodseems ,,inrtf or less intov- - ing prices and yet a tax on foreign corn1 0fi0MS xoMrlinic mules at U7..-uj , , .j,wrenfBl,iirt. News. .i.'UiiiaewmiiiiuHu 11119 -HieaUnl. but the lienits of thi'fee two nun. that wouldn't come to this market it it Known tbeie. I'miu 'Hli stieet to lltli Hut f.w IoImicco bills have been at' filled with a iiamcleM joy, bciiiuse could he. shipped frtio and admitted lice .1 single house ischhi1 total or par-- borne.! in thin county apd from the pres- they know just wheiv to stop and not of duty, is called protection to farmers, j! leiiiohtien, while fur a hlouk or two ent prospers, thu unwim will be jjiipitly make themselves ridiculous." The new tanD'hill increases the taiill .tv iii.i weA uf theMt) etri'iHsfflm fill har-- curtailed on acoount of of plants. on imported wheat, and tliat is called u.i- - playMl by the elftiitfills, FUt not Coxst vtiTiox Ci'HRU nv Warm Mii k. bead of mule J. H. Vmumlnll wll TVSiS " vv.tli the uniformity that loinkeil the los-nelThe fact that coiimunptian cmi) he cnrcnl protection to funnel. Our farmers piv Keiinedv and to J. l duce a lar a surplus of vvhwtt that tliey , ImIuiIv- - beciiiuiiiK moie Mild more 'HH of the tornado within the bouu.i-of TutnewMf. at ?;u. Winter nIuixuI or next to give it away of the layman. must sell Is Receiving His named. mt the mind tosmiie irtie 10 head of mule at home, and iniMiited wheat for our IM. (.rillitiiband Tiain Manager tiaiili soM Miiiif lliA MiimilWt .mil lwit UlftliiuU of head. Nash Vttught colts at JTH is prtictioally unknown in weie imioug tlioso who loit their iPslder.-it- - IS bend of vein ling mules to Mr. Hall, of lighting this dread malady is tho warm tills coiimiv, 11111 ,iu 111. rniswii iniiu m. ' Heino- - milk treatment, and while undeigoiiig it Wayne, at increased pro- - Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. In. tuitii.nl it. miIvIkim! tn i'( on some Give him a call. "itl but few exceptions tliu people , The farmers who luiiiK'i-- . :.. i. ...i. ,..,.i tectioii to Killed and wounded am unknown ouU inriii, iv ion- lie insult- 111 vui n "" s .Iny, Krow whwit have vvj it tin city mid their niimtte would PEOPLE BEFORE THE PUBLIC. whe.e, ...oieovei. he cat. i.-- his . a When the (.llte l"sbels of last year crop, being over in horseback liding. luiidlv interest our tendeis. ','. JX. -- ",uo".uvuii 01 mii SuNAroit lii.onor., of MKMssippI, li ZV.IUO JaL O stncken Johnstown, lemeiuberingliow reported to hav lu.ub a vow never to .,..,. I, ,,.,.,! i iil..r..nni. lecnverv from and vet i the farmer is insulted with the ,1 .IVJ. tii.i nobly Louisville camw to its assiotmieo in wear a dren-- suit or to ride in a carriage. CllllMllllJ.ll.JII U.ll.. will; .IV 'i50..,wdzru-q-o-is- t Its due extremity, telegraphed J00 to nownpapers say that Count liiil would verv likely occur, unless the on wiieiit Lo.mioxinter- lungs hud been too setioitsly diseased is the mo-.the relief committee. ThoiiiMN A. shipped and admitted free. The new score-o- f Knights of Honor killed listing AiiierlcHii who lias ever visited An outdoor life in pine air. good, whole The ,,f i. ro .i sniest tin id' bill increases tliu tariM'tux on hops DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, some fooia mid the large number wounded in the that city. ' tv ' , ., , , neurlv 100 percent, and that is called bruvo little wom cures for ., Mi.s HmuvMi, tin llli; malady , uu. 11. uiiu ut destruction of tin Kails City Hall when 5jr'(tA protection to farmers. We produce one- world at sl these features is 11101 e important than went FANCY ARTICLES, &C pu-- . Watch a lodge was in session, will tax-- the onler an who notice, around the sri r zz, ha been liiiulo literary either of tho others. NewYork Tele- third, about, more hops than we cm con-hours' r. . pietty severely for awhile. preicriptiom accurately compounded. . 'aHL mlitor of thu I'osiiiopolltan Magaxim suine. sell the surplus to l'urope, and rhyiciam gram. Although the loss of the I'uion depot f l.v the to years of his life, shortly the price of hops, like tliu p. ice of wheat, falls 011 him, President Huntington sends before ileath, Robert Ihownlng hail a The supreme court of Nebraska has is made in London. We import hops, Kiiuna Abbott, head that painters loved to study. A Si.OOO to the sufferers. decided that a passenger is the guest of just as we import Kgyptinu cotton and STOCK OF WATCHES, great many portraits of him havn been THE LARCEST bles.sher little soul, sent $1,000. company, as a man is n Spanish iron ores, simply because wei the sleeping-cainuilo rwently. n It was found necessary for tho piotee-tioCLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. SKNATolS Klivif.Mi- -. of Voriiiont, bus Vilest at an inn w hero he stops, and that must have them to mix with our home of the property in the wiocked served longer in tho I'ulted Suites Sch he necessatily must take his ordinary products, and a turilf tax on either U no Evcr brought to thi market. Pncei lower than houses to place a poitiou of the city uu- - ate than any or ins ool leagues, i in u cming apparel witn linn, ami some ar- - protection 10 toe iiome prouueer, mu the loweit. VVatcliei, tlocn$ ana jewelry lie. paired on fhortjnolicc and warranted. - poses imposes incicased iler martial law and the Louisville Legion April 5, lS'.H), he will have been in tho taxes on con for convenience, comfoit and liewas promptly ordeied on duty by Udv. Senato wttliout a sing 10 nreiiK iwemjot intiKeepeiHi burners. Aim tins is caueii increaseii cessit v. As the lialiilitv lour years, Huckner. is imposed fiom coiisiderutions of public protection to farmers. When will the 's famo as a racon SKtiil i AKV II iviim iiivtetl us reinnrkable- fact that to resent this costly mocke! " making him a nark for the book- policy us a means ot protecting tiavelers farmers learn three salodns one on the southeast cor teur is on him not ugainst the negligence and dishonest ry of the most important industrial inmakers. One of them called tier of 8th, one on the north west corner long ago and earnestly besought blm to practices of the innkeeper and his ser terest of the country? Tarid' taxes op- .......... ' : .. ..... ....:( ...... . .. such us Scrolula, tlcrrs. runplet. Uli Throat i ciiur rv ll lilondiliu-a.esand the other on the southwest corner of write n book of funny stories. Rusk VlintS, till' ., .,.... 01f sieei.H.x-v-..- . tu,..-- , press ihiuii:i9, ...... uevri- .u.f liaoillty I'nceS. per bottle h,l,t.c d.sVV.laalliuii.Nrtrui..i vvhilo curtly refused. 10th street were not injured, is the most ptcatant to wkeoi ail the iron tomes, it .ures Dyspepsia to any substantial extent. on similar considerations, .farmers niinies rests mavis ikon iiittrks ' Philadelphia Tillies. it uives Vtrn appetite, enn.hes the Mood, rttiiilates the in er and imparts new onergj to the mujclet churches and rectories were destroyed. r John 1). RocKKKKi.i.i:r.'s wealth Is esKlTpwmaJoof the best worm killers and Histressillg or "'fj.vmeVWOKM Lnnivn to the med- III: HIT P.VU'ITATION. timated at 5t:Ci,000,000. llo devotes two Can tho preachers account for this? ' recent Side of old books lllld mail- - jca profession and therefore recommends itelf It is plcuant i.. take, afc aiid reliable. 1'ricc ss honrs daily from seven until nine eXC'l'SsiVe palpitation of the heart can til- Of tho tobacco .vaiehousesbutthreo o'clock in tlio moriilnjr to the examiby bending double, the uscripts in New York a letter written by 1,tijAV1,.,FK,s MAGNFTIC i,,u.s ,or au i.iVer Complaints, impaired liiKei.tion, sut Headache, ... were left standing by the tornado. Near-- nation of tho pile of letters addressed vvavs be arrested true crice v ami the hands hanging, so as l) ir stun ioiUo Ulll HIS SO for SI' 000. it Ac Acts as catliand lor sale to the e.u.pir the trade by Manufaaund lv every house is a total loss. The ware to him solioltin!,' money for various pur- - head down of 110 lines and 81 words, and to produce a temporary congestion of the consisted housemen say that the diuiuige to their; poses. K WIIJLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., upper portion of the body. In nemly very easy vvonls at that were spelled the oxstock will be slight unless it rains before' Lvmak Tiirviiiru., most convenient way. Mr. Columbus Secrotary of State, ex:Supremo udgu, every instance of nervous palpitation tho tlio tobacco is iff 1,'ongress and ex-- tilted heart immediately resumes its natural was good at Failing, says the Detroit Free ., , . w.- tv'ilV'Ub vmiw iw. BUSINESS COLLEGE Senator, Is still practicing law function. If the movements of respira- Press, but mighty poor at spelling, tho ' States and in one instance a car mid two mules in Chicago at the age of seventy-seveto spell are m rested during this action, the in his day it was just ns proper .itKfJnf7,SiorJaMfl,TWef7rcJ;iif.o La were lifted from the middle of tho'stiee1 Ilo is tn good health and his icgiil aon- - tion V cat with u ''k" as in any other way. Catalogue and UU information. Write etl'ect is btill more rapid. against the wall of a house. ItV fj M.4 tt". "Ml and landed Louisville Suffers a Calamity. Persons ', v-- ,,' riH. di,. cuJ.im r,.i.i 1 ' l i pror-lamr-tt'ii- I MnMlt-slMiro- e, Lou-invll- lt i . k AttvactiTB Opportunity For Inv estment. n j . . eri y rii I'" . -- "'" Muitlu-nMeil- e. .i THE MT ii -- ...u i his'JO-yearol- d va-iioi- ia mm mm . Mid-dlcrtbo- I .i v,-,',I - ... I lilmli I i , ...... niMii-lt- - i "f fiii-fi- r Hen-derto- PIJNEVILLE, - j , 1 1 j j din , j e 15th and 16th of April, Public Auction Alternate Lots to highest bidder. k newr-pupe- li-- j - s ! - I I I'll. ,., w,j . ....: a- -, , ,,, .... , "to ,,,, nl iofti - -- Hisli-op- , ( Sig-ma- j 'In ; ,., J. S. HUGHES, ip, nnriow-iniiide- .i- con-itiiic- l. .' ; .. 1 . 1 p.-r,-- - - HIGGINS & M'KINNEY . ...--...- . arthm - ai, Hock-castl- - - - ti. -- ,,, j - 1,'J I 11 .!. I WiiItot us .... 1 '''I .,..,.,. ,0, ,,, .Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Iiime, , fttiij.fl. 0. .! ,, 1 1 y te. ! ..RUPLEY,-- ii.-- t 1 j 1 1 wwti imn& l, Hiovv-trso- ld s! 1 jH-- r SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. SsJ.-Harrod- sburg I ,....., - u.-j- h ,,..,, ,r.-- . 1 ! v.m-i- - nw,,, 1 , - t - KSlllS." A. ire llDllJlT9kTTT.; 11 JIJIXA iD (rv-rr77rH y e & fj: R,. itv tl; 1 1Cm- 1 1 .1 iff 't.tyj' yvv,uvV'' r-- s. Tk 1 - m r j j : " "r 11 I Rr-K- The Great Remedies . .1 -- 1 .. .w .'tVsivi-ll.niT- s '" ' 1 -- 1 - Williamsburg, , L .raWmL-iinfk..lnfrthnlrnek- .i ..--- - --- -- BRYANT & STRATTON n. 1 (r WIO Ibbbf KY. ., I. . hi. U.TT Gov. Huckner has appointed Maj. K. Orit representative, Mr. Warren, wlio was in Louisville nt the timo and saw C. Davis to he the successor of Judge the fearful tk'stnidion wrought by the Jackson. At St. Louis a full of more than six tordu lo, otl'erctl a resolution next day to 18DO uppiopriitti' $10,000 for the bunuflt of the niches of snow is reported and at Sara' Aniu, Stanfoud, Ky. sufferers but a representative from Lonis- - nnc Lake, N. Y , it has been snowing ville siiKec;te(l tlint it was probable that since Friday, lo inches having fallen. F The Hood situation in the lower Mis the city could care for its unfortunates A and would not want aid. Thereupon on sissinni vallev is alarming, lho waters motion the speaker appointed a commit, are everywhere and thousands of people DEMOCRATIC TICKET. teo to go to Louisville and investigate, are Hccing for their lives. There isgront ullVaiJS (tlivC to patfOHS Ulld offer nl For County Judge, THOMAS W VAKNON Mr. Warren being inclded on the com- sullerincand starvation will follow un- ,, " County Attorney, JOsEl'H U I'AXTON, lowest, priCCS, l,a mittee. The gentlemen visited the city less relief reaches then, quickly. SODM " County Clerk, OKOKOE II. COOPKK; -- Miss Frances K. Wilton!, president! and found to their lasting credit that her " Shenfl, J N MEN1.IEK; " Jailer, SA.Ml'F.I. M OWENS. citi.ena had determined to take care of of the World's Woman's Christian TemAssessor, E. I). KE'NKP. the sutrerers themselves. In this connet" perance Union, has issued an appeal for " Sup'l of Common Schools W h MiCI.AIt tion the Courier-.lournsays: "The aid in the campaign in Nebraska, which " Surveyor, HARM A. KANS; people ofl.ouisville are both able and has for its object the adoption, next No" Coroner. ARCH CAKON willing to furnish all the means that the vember, of the proposed prohibition Tiik calamity that has just befallen Kelief Committee requires. Xo appeal amendment to the State constitution The Louisville Southern is being oj I.oiiisvilli i'm nwfnl to contemi)Iate. A will be made for assistance abroad. Our at isth people hold it both a matter of prideand erated under the old management, or tornado which struck the citv original management. The and Maple, swept across it in a north-- ' P"viItKU to relieve the sutlerimr of our rather the own c,t'- - No calamity has ever visited changes weie made after the owners had easterly direction leaving death, desola- energies determined that Hreyfogle with his to tion and destruction in its path which U9 reat cnou to lleat,e" 0,,r yirUliios. No cry of wrecking policy should not devastate covered about four squares in width. In w,u be ""beeded; no suUering their properly. It was accomplished by a moment and without warning bun-- cl,,tress ' pawcu oy. r.very means possi cutting all connections with the Monon dnuls nf l..M.s were crushed in shane. ble to alleviate the miseries of the atliict- - and taking up the tracks. Col. Dennett no ,,.. else ; 7 ?.. less masses, in many instances burying ed will be used. The committee asks II. Young is credited with having engin to &V fcores of human beings in the debris 'ot i killing them instantly or reserving them simply that it be provided with the nec- eTed the scheme. ej best m to the more awful death by suffocation essary funds and these funds will be MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 0 supplied gladly by our own citizens. and cremation. There have already Gloves, SV v Samuel Pitman and Miss S.illie Singbeen taken from thu ruins !M dead bodl.ATKit report.s show that the tornado leton, Ul, obtained license yester sweet ies but many others are missing and ma was even more destructive than at first day to wed April :t. Doth parties live nt b e. ny 01 tne nunuretisoi injured win uie. j thought, all through the Southern part Waynesburg. The blood about freezes in one's veins to of the Daviess and The marriage of Miss Margaret think of such a calamity occurring at our Ohio State. In Webster, life and pros-ert- y Dlaine, daughterof the Secretary of State, counties the loss of Stock . very doors and among our neighbors and (ui, is exceedingly laige and the suHer-in- g and Walter Damrosch, of New York friends. Though a large number of resivery great. 1niisville is taking care City, will take place April 17. dences were destroyed, the worst ruin t of her unfortunates and will continue to F. M. Clarkson, aged about 40, and was wrought among the large and sub do so, but the other stricken localities Miss Lillie Moore, aged about 15, both of stantial houses on Main and Market call loudly for help, which should be Junction City, were married in the Streets and hardly a building is left a clerk's oflice in Danville last Thursday Btanding on the former from 7th to K'th furnished them with liberal hand. by Judge tieorge F. Le. This in the and n corresponding distance on the lat- Loi'isullk's pluck, energy and charity groom's third matrimonial venture. ter. Kleven large tobacco warehouses now being demonstrated are the admiraGOER, were wrecked and it would take this en- tion of the world. 0EATHSDOINGS tire paper to name all who suffered loss Mrs. Kirkpatrick, widow of Jenkins LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. f life or property. Dun it Co's. Com Kirkpatrick, aged SS, died at her home mercial A gency estimates the loss at 1 lie bill to make the playing of oontz I Vrcp on hand Nu iuuht ot Irllifo, lily near Halls dap, Sunday. 600,000, which since there was no uisiir- Nut Coal m my ) .ir,1 Leave your iriler.at a felsny pa.vsed the House, . Mrs. Den Hargis, who was a daugh- Jtd anil they win c .lUffidril lu piomnil) Yard ance against cyclones, is complete. Ihe' rhe hill to reduce the salaries ofcir- - ter of Mr. T. M. Lillard,died at her home J II UU.lilNS. have gone manfullv to work Sui kxd. Ky J . . 'capacity of. Clllt mdees to ?'400 failed hv it luivn at Delton, Mo., last week of a brain rfiiti already the recuperative trouble. She leaves a husband and three the enterprising people is being maui majority The A. and M. Investigating Com-- I young children. fested in the resumption of business, mittee has reported that it finds no reaCapital to Build Houses to Rent. where three diiys ago it was impossible We- have the filled L. 11. L'nderwood sold toTribble, of and most tompku stock of sonable ground for the charges made to even walk. Oilers of aid come from A iiermjnrnt investment a lew jcitt.tvithi against that institution. gelding for $200. Madison, a In.ji ire t thi olfii t ample Maturity. all parts of the country, but the genertji The House passed the bill regulating John W. Coleman bought the Kitty ous people reply that they are both able ' the annual allowance to pauper idiots of Lawson place near Lexington, containand willing to meet every demand at for each idiot, of which the State ing 127 acres at $175. 575 home. A tender sympathy is felt all shall pay $55 and the county $20. Uover bought of J. M. J. F. A D. and over the State for the sufferers of our The House adjourned Saturday till Sibold X seres of land adjoining them, beautiful metropolis which would mani STANKOim, KY near Turnersville, at $50 and Bold him 2 j Tuesday and the Senate, till Wednesday, fest itself in liberal contributions if it, ATTKXTION to COMMIJIICIAI. Sl'ECIAL to enable the members to go home and houses and lots at Rowland for $1,100, was asked or needed. travelers. Hone arJ mules bought and told. see if their sections were damaged by the hortetand vehicles used in lltcry. Two young men, while hunting Only A Nkw York school inarm has found cyclone. N. Y., reTh floupe voted to continue the near Eldred, Sullivan county, to her sorrow that it won't do tomonkey Superior Court, 51 to 20. Of course, no port having had a terrible struggle with with the average small boy. The other a wild cat. They surprised the cat while morning Miss Knox had occasion to rep- legislature has ever abolished an oflice devouring birds it had caught. The cat, Lot on Main Street in Stanford rimand Eddy Mullnne foj some of his of consequence. Its tendency is always liver in Stanford. Call and examine and bo on seeing the hunters, at once sprang at to make more. convinced. tricks, but words having no effect on the Cootaimn: iu aires. A bill was passed incorporating the the nearest, but was beaten oil only to little rascal, she called him up and laid renew the attack more ferociously than 61 Land, Acres Thos. him across her knee. She was proceed- Louisville and Danville Railroad CompaOn Crab Orchard pile ny, with M. J. Durham, Charles Schiff, before, biting and clawing viciously. Afing to apply her hand where it would do ter tearing off the coat and vest and lacShoes. him the most uood when suddenly there C. H. Kodes, C. D. Simral and Alfred erating the shoulder of the foremost Columbus Bufftry, noarly new, and Mack ns incorporators, Bovoral Ohaira 2 RockorB. hunter, the cat was knocked senseless was an explosion, a cry from Eddy and a Carpets, Oil Cloths, Miming, Rugs, Lace U' Tomlinson is after the Eddy ville by a well directed blow of the butt of a Ifthelandis not old it will be for rent. Kor Curtains, &c. shriek from Miss Knox. After the, measfinally killed. gunstock and It further Information apply to W I or K, C. Wal smoke cleared away it is said that a good Penitentiary commission. He has offered ured four feet two inches in length. T R WALTON. ton, Stanford. calling upon the auditor for portion of the boy's breeches was miss. u rt'sluti ing, his waist was afire and the school " etement showing thoamount of ! SAT.TT,. hand was blackened and burn- - j ei' naid as mileage and expenses to them t,u'lr u'r,n8 commenced May 1, ed. The boy had a bomb in his back ' 8'"ce BUSINESS On Thursday, April 10th, 1890. pocket that the force of Miss Knox's 1SS0' The resolution was adopted. hand exploded and that was the cause of As trustee of Mrs ,A llohofi. dec d, I will, On the above dale I will, on th premise, otter NEWS CONDENSED in order to cIom up the esute, sell to the highest for ale toy stock, t onsutlnfc o( il head of feeding the catastrophe. One of the little girls bidderon MONDAY, APRIL 17. tloo. (county cattle, catra good ones, j milk cuws, j calves, i Gallatin, Tenn., also suffered severe- court day), an the premises, the IlLSlNKSS pair of i) nand, bay horse mules. lent Eddy an apron and he went home HOI'S Ken Third and Main streets, combined grldinc, threvyearold Dsnville, I four for repairs, wearing it on the opposite ly from the tornado. Several persons uow occupied by J II Otter Theinproperty is gelding, i saddlomari, now under j three yrars' lease to an excelltnt ten old saddle mare i Keldlnc, i yearling side usually adopted by the girls. Eddy were killed. ant, and will prove a profitable investment to the stallion, ji 75 pound shoats, t brood vws, i buar, Eight persons were killed and lit purchaser It is one of the best locations In Dan I new buRcy, I road cart, I alter A Wood Selfnow takes his meals standing, while the ooo .Mowing Aiacnmc, nousrnoiu anu ville rorabusincss houf, commands u good rent, I teacher carries her hand in a sling, ' wunded by an explosion in the Chica- al and is never vacant Sale will take place at 2 ninuer liirmturc and farm implements Alto too kitchen o'clock in the altcrnoon. promptlr, when terms go Sugar Ilefinerv. of bacon, sol pound ol lard, jo bu.hels of wearing an foundpotatoes will be niaue known ill offer my latin of II. C. IIOIION, Trustee. The State Teachers Association' will kind of an expression. be held in the hall of the House of A photos to the statement that over at Frankfort. Wednesday. rr.c here are :tare !r And We Have This noint forewarns hunters, fishermen and At the. Si, 100,000,000 in pensions have been paid June 12.S. erins fir " heat and remainder in Rrs- emti, other not to trespass on our lands without Cash. by the I'nited States government in the t as all suth will be prosecuted to the The fight for the Lebanon r.SAMllllGr' last !50 years, thu following startling cal- has ended in the appointment of Charles D extent of thp law Signed' IV W. ' td T D KMil.NI,A noiieer V. HOLMKS. I.OOAX, Dr. culation has been made, which will give, A. Johnston. J. M. Safl'el is the lucky FIII1.1IKKT RICHARDS JOSH ADAMS fl MlKIS'S'KY. II V C.AINKS some idea of the vast amount that has man at Frankfort. Mrs SAMKOKD IRWIN, JOHN (i LYNN, ! Mrs silt I JUKI-JOS. II VII OU. The expense of smoking three been nntl is still being expended to ap pease the cry that is ever coming up for cigars a day, principal and interest, for more from men who think the country ten years, is 5745.71; for 2"i years, 5:1,110.- I will sell Hit unsold inv farm to J I' m personally uii the pieiiilsen on owes it' to them: It is impossible to 71. Noel Mcintosh, a young white man, count a billion. Had Adam counted Suits, L.ikr,lt TUESDAY, APRIL, )j lOUISVIlIt NlwAlBAItrt ClHCAtOJJTjt ed continuously from his creation to the was instantly killed by the caving in of a j present day, he would not have reached bank whiI diW'" a cellarat Ford, near Consisting ol ai;ed mules, mchester. that number, for it would take him over .MAIL Two st.ilhons abroad mares, 2mutt' colts uiid 5j yearling mules, 3 weanling p,lii Thompson, Sr., and Curtis F. 4idrse colts, a; cattle good milk cows, Arc. U,oV2 years. At the rate ot '.'00 a minute, Leaving b tli there could be counted 12,000 nn hour, liurnaui are announced (or members of 150 bushels of extra good 75 barrels of corn. wheat, ajo bushels of threshed oats about too the constitutional convention from their LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI ''SS,U0O u day and Go, 120,000 u year. lous of h.iyt the bacon and lard of 23 liocs and respective counties, Mercer and Madi- so bushels of Irish potatoes. Daily, Secures to Travelers, fully Fhiiiav's Courier-Journa- l farming implement abundance and Father Hoyle, the North Carolina THE MOST RAPID ROUTE All kind of wnons, bl.icksrT.lth inand carpenter's onBtrated the wonderful editorial, repor- 4 i horse UcjIs, rC, Ac. A full outfit for torial and executive capacity of that in- - priest, who was sentenced to die for iiicludint; rst'rythine in the household and Ever attempted between kitchen tiirnilure line. in which every Kentuckian ing a little girl, was acquitted Saturday cities on the Ohio Riser and the great commercial Ctuc.igo, and hence feels a pride. It was near i) o'clock on on his second trial, which was granted the fastest time and most comfortable trains be sums Terms tween all points in the South, or tu the West and that amountAll credit nf 6 10 and under, cash, over of months with 6 Thursday night when the terrilic torna- - him on appeal. Northvtest. The counterpart of this train on all interest 011 notes negotiable and payable per co.t in Lin. trunk- lines is denominated The Limited Ksprcss. W. C. CASH, The City of Paris, knovvn as the h do struck the beautiful city, leaving The superb rolling stock we employ gives patrons coin National Hank McKinney Ky and destruction in its wake, and hound of the ocean, broke her inacliiue- - Unlimited Cmtort Monon and stick to Monon, it Say Mcnon, Ret ry on the last outward trip and after you want to save money and have a pleasant jour. paralyziug with.awe and horror those who escaped, yet the next morning's pa-- , floating around for several dayH, was at ney lull information, time cards, map folders, r'or etc, i all on oruddress per had six full pages of graphic and re- - lust towed into the English port, W. G. CKl'SII, T 1'. , Louisville, Ky. I will pay a Reward nf lifly Dollars for informs The Senate passed the bill authoriz-coverinliable description of the catastrophe IAS HAKK.EK.G I' A . I hlr lKu, III lion on contctijn of any wuauhoriied pcron IJrW II. McKOIIKKTS. Ant., Stanford the entire ground. It was mug-- , ing the Secretary of War to purchase I',- Found Cutting Timber or Damnificent work, magnificently presented oW tents for use of flood sufferers in Ar .... Irnilll tn aging any Improvements Jvv J Ti and gave the highest proof of the un- ' nuucMia, .'uooiiuijiiJi umi Louisiana.. aimt of our favorite daily. appropriated $2.1,000 for the purpose. limited resources On the folio ing properly Sergeant Dunn, of the Signal Service (arms at Highland known as V A. Cash's, 'Ihe Uv a vote of i:W to V27 the House de j predicts that there will he a rise in the Tim Hutchison's, George llaugh'a, llastin Heirs', H P. Vounu, 1. S. Voting's 11 acre place.W, Ter Wyoming to Statehood. Mississippi that will bo in the nature of cided to admit ry's, Wm. Long's At Cos; s (lap W. Hutchison's 40 acm farm, By the last Federal census this Territory a tidal wave, which will sweep everyir a ewtrtcir Freeman and K K. Barren's timber tracts on lluck only had L'0,780 population, hut it is thing before it. The Mood will reach Creek, o; acres, John Turnbull's, jijacres, John lluchanan', 307 acre, M.J. Harris. 90 acres, II, strongly republican and that party rec Cario in two or three days, hut will not 1'owfrV, 100, acres John Anderson s, 14 Wash Harris' 577 acres, freeman's, 800 acrt-sognizes that it will ueed to make its Sen get to Xew Orleans for three weeks and Tobin's farm, llryan Kobhtson Mill tract, ate more solid, since the loss of thellouso that city will be completely wiped out. Kidd sfarm, Joel IV trey's farm, A. (.ouch's tarm, Y Collins' farm, on lilade Kidge, oooacrus, HenWill'tkeep constantly on hand assured. The republicans Gen. Greeley on hearing this said Dunn now seems On MONTHLVBICKNUB and ry Miller's, 290 acres, Henry Miller s, 443 acres. r TIsVktN OUftVHB CVUvktt 6? Stephen llurch', 35a acres, D II, Ktlmiston's and Undertaker's Goods. also approved of the clause in the Wyo- talked too much with his mouth and ftRLAT.OKHSLRSWlWHmaitWaBfJa My prices will be as low as rjsuchToo tract. Strode Home, Cottare near depot TQ!TVIOMAH"JWirM Orchard, Hotel, CotUire andStorehouse at at Crab can be bought in the cities. Give ming constitution providing for woman ordered him to cease making sensational JtooK Ottnw me a trial and you will Ibc helm, J OTTKNHKIMKR, vultmge. statements. MADffl? REBUIATWVB. ATLANTA EA. 101.6m vinced that I sell lower Agent for Owners. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal W. WALTON. The Louisville Store extraordinary bargains. ,,,,.. (it the L.,j n1nin,i the interest of their hut also par miliar and only the largest al XCSD The in: Gentlemen, if you (rant j P'.' 1 j And stylish that one , has, from the nnrJ ecl' ties the of Shirts, we've shape! !uU fine h'L oftlte fashionable ma widening prices and sailed for various occasions, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders. .. Jill thp our new Spring Stock of Matting, ainto plea tyand price If you want a Spring Suitijoa can SaZ fZ7i selecting one from our new Sprint you have the advance t immense variety here youHl not find elsewhere. Our price ana sooas both talk convincingly. SOMETHING NEW lair. C( wLlVf& J&e cvJrfsdenf ftWlsti M. SiSXHtf 1 THE LOUISVILLE STORE Jfain Street. Stanford, ! , MANAGER. -,- Attention, Coal Ilurncrs. .... ' Wants d. NEWG00DS I Goods, White Goods, t. lmici; nn mil Dress umi m i. i. hrtt-il- m I FOB. SALEI 1 1 Embroideries, &c, Boots and 1 -2 of Jl Full Line of Emmerson's Sons Cents' fine I mon-teacher- 's FOH PUBI.IC SAI.E -- SEVERANCE & SON. PROPERTY. -- SPRING CLOTHING. ? year-ol- d 1 three-year-ol- d two-yea- r, V - - I POSTED. 177 Aoros for Rent 1 Our Goods are Now All In V.1 '1 post-otllc- e lull-es- C -' F i PUBLIC SALE Ca-'- AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT I iimmm HHHHMBBHHK' - i, '90, j j I A NEW FAST Men's, Boys' and Children's aml 1)ark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also large line of Pants. 1 dem-,80- STAGG & McROBERTS. ". j house-keepin- g n, 11 NEW FUMITUEE STORE! M ACJK HtJFFMAHfo grey-deat- td $50 REWARD! ilmw g Mliinii-nSiiii- ! T .. - . JADFIELD'S -- pEMLE- KEGULATOR tr-- - acri-s- , , MENSTRUATION 1 arge than the lowest. C" JL-- L 'iKS! r s 3.tr Will Ai.i.bn B.u'tut Toy Tektkks. Maeksville, ourun- Xbw lot of .Men's and boys' spring savory suburb, was the scene Saturday clothing just received at S. II. Shanks'. night of a most willful ami unprovoked vw. 1, 1800 Stanford, Ky., murder, such as calls aloud for the swift .1. Carver Jones has Tiik wifof A coi.mution for the benefit of the torDrugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Wilt Allen nado sullerers was taken him with a boy .ind both ate get- est and direst punishment. at the PresbyIlaugh, sou of (ieorgu Haugh, of High- terian church Sunday when only 21 was Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, tt.O. WALTON, I3US. MnnQROf ting along tinely. land young man of 21, was shot dead secured. 9 Jewelry and Silverware. power, six in his tracks by Toy Teeters, a negro, An I'noink, MEANS BUSINESS. cone pulleys and other steam fixtures who has frequently been in trouble here. Tin: prohibitionists are not dead neithi r Com Kami settle your account. A. H. for sale. W. 1. Walton. It seems that Haugh was on his way to are thev sleeping. At least Chairman runny. Henry Hester's to collect a debt of $100 O'Neal evidently thinks that if there is a W. (hikkn has posted notice for apRailroad Tho Watches and jewolry repaired and and stopped in town en route. He put corpse at all it is a very lively one. See plication for license to si'll liipior at warranted. A. II. Penny. his horse up at Menefees stable and his call elsewhere. Tiik best place to buy drugs, patent Ilustouvillc. This makes ill the coun- then started on u lark. He went to Prescriptions Care Prompt Attention medicines and toilet articles in at A. It. ty, so far, it all get them that have apImoi. Oct FokThbm. The Maeksville and sending for Kllen Jones, Penny's. & plied. coloied, ollered her '20 cents t go with dry goods firm of A. II. Hobertson IJi?y your school books, ink, tablet, given to Kngr.iv- Hro., Danville, are going to spread themfully Compounded paper, pencils and school supplies of all Tin: ladies are cordially invited to ex- him. She refused and he drew his pisselves all over our next issue, which will kinds from A. It. I'ennv. amine our stock of spring millinery. It tol and threatened to shoot her. Telling ing and Repairing enlarged to accommodate them. surpasses liny lino ever brought here him to wait till she came back, the girl be PERSONAL POINTS. at all hours, da, All our prices are very icasonable. went into the house and when she reA hkav snow fell Sunday, but it meltof Watches, Clocks (iKoiiKK K.Kto.m:, Ks., of Liberty, is Courts A Wray, in rear of turned the man was gone. Later he got ed nearly as fast as it fell. It began to in town. with John Amlersoi., a son of Silas An- rain afterwards and was at it last even and Jewelry. atid night. This is All Tools' Day. We hope it derson, ami meeting Taylor Lackey on iug, Mil Wii.i.iam DAWiiiHiiTV wont after continuing all night and day. inaugurate a month that will lie an im- Depot street asked him to go into Audei-soSaturday. Owing to the disordered condition of the B. H DANKS. Jowolor, Carr's and have some beer. He did wires we haven't had a weather dispatch Mns. .1. I. Jonk is visiting her par- provement on the last, for March came J S WELLS, Ph. O. Prose. Clk. W. I.. A N. in like a lion, acted like.a lion all thio' so and both men treated him. Anderents at (.exlngtou. since Thursday. .Mih.sk Katk IIaii. and Annie Hale and went out like the terrible beast it son then asked Lackey about the worepresented. A iiKi'OKTKit for this paper visited LouMain Street, Gpp S lANF(JKI), Ky. are visiting in Danville. men and they all went up to Macksville. Miss Mahy Ham., of J'reachcrsville, Toy Teeters went to Kllen Jones' to wake isville Sunday and found that even the Th Kite were rumors of a mob to hung newspaper descriptions of the has gone to (Jreencostle, Ind. Toy Teeters Sunday night, but none her up and Taylor to Hirdio Stigall's.y graphic .GO TO. ruin wrought by the tornado gave but a John Ilitiuiir, Jit., went to Middlesbo-r- o came and none is likely to tackle Sam They were both aroused with Borne yehterday to encage in business. and went to where the white men faint idea of the desolation and destruc Owen, who is sworn to protect his prisKllen saw the man who tion that can be seen on every hand. Miss SfK Co.att, of I'arksville, is oners. (Jive the courts a chance and if were. When had drawn the pistol on her, sosheswore Mrs. Muttie Nevius and other justice is not muted out, it will be time Uailkoad Mkktinu. We are requestfriends. enough then for Judge Lynch to take a before the coroner's jury, she charged ed to invito everybody whether interestt MODEL Mkhsim. Jokl Kmiiiis, and K. C. Walton him with it and said she was afraid to go GROCERY" hand. proposed railroad or not, to with him. He called her a d n liar and ed in the went to iouisvillo to see the work of the come to the meeting to bo held at the i yclono. NoritiM. further has been heard of the put his hand in his pocket. At this innext Monday, county court .Mns. O. W. Ilitowt'oii is visiting hei fellow Myers, who tried to create such a stant Toy Teeters stepped up and said, day, at 1 o'clock. The road w ill prove of daughter, Mrs. K. II. Hronaugh, at Crab sensation here in order to rid himself of "You don't mean to call me a liar, do incalculable benefit to the people of this And Spades; a marriage contract he did not want to you"'" and before the man could answer, Orchard. section and they must strike now and It J. ItiiKciciNiiiixiKatiil fulfill. Mr J. H. Hright recognizes the drew his pistol and shot him in the face. Sknatok obtain it. & It. II. Tomlinson were here pi lure of Myers as the man w ho passed He fell and she ran home. Hirdie Stighis mill on the "Hh of March. He sas all's testimony was substantially the yesterday. Sets, Tiik storm unroofed only one houso in all of this county that we have heard of that lv.v. John Hki.i. Giiison joined his h had on a black felt hat, with narrow same and so was Taylor full stock of Landreth's, D. M. Ferry & Co.'s and Crossman's l"p Also a wife, who is visiting her sister in I.oiiin brim when he saw him, but when Mr. J. them identifying the corpse as the man of a Mr. Moberly, near McKinney. Garden Seeds in papers. C. Furguson, who also lecognies the killed and being confident that he was in Laurel county considerable damage ille, Saturday. Mu. and Mns. W. Ii. M o.v and wife photograph, saw him he had on a broad-shot before he could respond to Teeters. was done to buildim.'S and immense Dr. J. G, Carpenter, who made the quantities of timber were blown down. of Lancaster, spent a couple of days at brim white hat. Hi little scheme hasj fallen very fl t here, where the facts are post mortem examination, testified that The residence of Robert Karly ami every I'apt. Tom Itirhards'. the man mine to his death from the pis- outbuildimr on his place were totally deMussiw. J. .s. Hi dints, W. it. Wnleh, known. tol shot. The ball entered the left iheok, stroyed. The roof was lifted oil the resi. J. S. Uoeker ami J. W. Haydeu are in . rrur fnH.Uin Ji .,..: Mo.mow says wo wore ,u, nimuof the ,oW(jr . deuce of Madison Wells and carried fully l'ineville, looking after the Mt. Vincent m stating that the negro, (.eorge rams, hKo tllt. M.tl01ls ,)oron of Ul(. tt.im,ortt. half a mile. Addition. who hud been in jail for contempt since bone at the I have a full line of . 1. It. luc of the brain. He was Stolk a Suit oh -Cloth i.s. ... m. Me-ai.ton writes that lie .....,,,,, Illlii , iiuir , kill; Wlissvi HI 11 ' till ...lilt. 1....I ,..l. unable to trace it sought a higher altitude and located for further. Face wan Cormack, a young man of A IKMU -, -, WaS; . -yn powder-burn"""" fs.- The ball was about "S arrested thepresentat Hanning, San Hernardino' at Junction City he says that nt that term he gave the calibte. He had never seen the man be iintv Oil ' JLJ JL- shal Wells and taken to Lebanon, where man four separate chances to testify be fore. Dr. I). L. Fry, who agisted in the he is charged with stealing a suit of , fore the grand-jurythe last time just examination, corroborated the above. CITY AND VICINITY. before its adjournment, and still refus- Mr. D. H. Carpenter estih'ed tW.it he clothes ..and about S17. . He was wearing In packages and bulk. Also all varieties of .. i i it Dov't forget Clark Cash's .do ing he ordered him to jail, when' he knew the tlie domes wnen arresieu iinn deceased to be Will Allen his guilt. AboutSlIof themoney would have been kept till'the end of the Haugh. Judge Varnon, Ni:w YoiiK Seed Potatoes and onion who held the IOUIHI Oil uimuii- - u ins pernuii. judge's otllcial term and then turned inquest, in the absence of the coroner, furnish bail in the sum of tL'.V) he was ' hetsat J. H. Foster's. over to his successor if he hadn't decid-o- l then gave the case to the jury, which re- sent to jail to await circuit court. Foil Salk or rent the Carpenter I louse. to unlimber his jaw. turned the following verdict: IN FANCY- Apply to I. It. Carpenter. We find that the deceased came to his The election for city councilmen will e family of Miss .Minnie Xor v a pistol shot fired by Toy Tee occur next Saturday. We understand t Foil Kent. Suite of rooms in Commer- Struub were in great surpense till h ters on the night of March Lit, 1SW. that the old board, with the exception of ' day fearing that she had been killed by 4 cial Hotel. Applyto.M.F.KIkin, big tornado at Louisville. She was Signed, W. P. Walton, II. G. Alford, A Mr. W. II. .Miller, who has Ins eye on and all kinds of the , Noiitiikhn Skki in the city learning the millinery busi- (J. Hufluian. J. W. ltamsev. W. M. His other flesh pots of ollice, will be placed i SARATOGA CHIPS, something new and nonular. MAPLE field and garden seeds. J. H. Foster. Mm lrwiL-- fnr rn1fr'tinn It t'nnuifltfl (5. T. McKoberts. rwi gins, ax, va utlWtVWWisrtLjBU name of Minnie Staude ness and the SYRUP, the best on the market. Other Fancy Groceries ahvavs The judge then ordered the prisoner of E. II. Hurnside, I). W. Vandeveer. I. among the killed on a street near A flu. stock of Ziegler Hroa. celebraHay-deon hand. Staple and Heavy Groceries in abundance. where Miss Minnie is staying lead her to jail, hut before he went a reporter for M. Bruce, J. G. Carpenter, J. W. ted shoes just received. S, II. Shuuks. and A. T. Nunnelley. These genthis paper asked him if he had anything folks to believe it was her. Peter Straub, tlemen are all fully identified with the FLOWER CROCKS, plain and fancy and something altogether new It was the owner of the property and Jr., was dispatched to the city, but the to say. "I KII.LK1) him," .Sandifer who sold the IS wires being down nothing could be heard not Mr. J. interests of the town and have served it in that line. Call and sec them. said he; "he called me a d n liar and during their occupancy of the office lot at Middlesboro for $.'0,000. of Saturday night's exuntil the arrival put his hand in his pocket, so I jerked faithfully and well. The position of counTiik commissioners named in the char press, with tho news that she was safe. my pibtol out of my overcoat and let him cilman is at best a thankless and undeterof tho Cumberland Uiver Ihdlroad Miss .Minnie is the excellent organist at have it." He didn't seem to be in the sirable one, and while the board has lathe Methodist church, which holds her will meet here April 7th for organizaleast agitated or concerned about it. The bored under many difficulties, it has in high esteem and which joins her fam singular part of HARRY A. EVANs, tion. the matter is that he was weathered the storm and in all cases act ily in joy over her being spared the aw the first to report the caBe to Marshal ed as they thought, best for the town. If I offer mv Hotel I'roncrlv tltualed at Kinciville. ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, Tiik ottico of police judge has lie n ful fate. at oner, Lincoln county, Ky , at a New land. He took him to the body, as- - j tm.v re willing to accept the containing to ficxxl rcxmi; iargun If sold ouiduiiu most acceptibly filled by Judge W. H. STANFORD, KY all necc&Aaiy No Kin to Ouh Onni.Es. A dispatch sisted in taking it U) the whiky Ac A people certainly owe them the compli nig.been oteil plnndidinplace to open tincc will ex Carson, who is n candidate for back the county: or I has Courier-Journfrom' St. and then at up with it the rest of the ment of on endorsement. In the place chanKe. Address Engineering and Surveying in W.I. MiCAKTY,Ky Hu will likely have no opposi- in Sunday's Kingsville, Joe, Mo., states that John Owtley, a night, showing no signs of remorse or of Mr. Miller it is understood that the 107 If all branches. tion. brother of the late Gov. Owsley, of Ken- fear. With his usual intuition, the mar name of Mr. A. A. McKinney will be IKnwi.i.k correspondent worked tucky, had been sentenced there to five shal suspected Teeters from the first and ollered. Ho is a business man, has much STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. the Cincinnati F.nquirer with a dispatch years in tho cnitentiary, for burglary, by f o'clock next morning had worked interest at stake and would we are sure All persons wishing a pleasant life .ind well pleated wife let them use I'atent Hour made at e in which his two (laughters, whom he up a case against him that couldn't be make a capital councilman. telling about tiie suicide of John Stanford Roller MilK Call for t at your grocery, and if they have not got it en hand, urir after killing all his family and the had trained in crime, were implicated-- controverted. themto Leep it. or cct an order from them and murder of his old aunt by James Austin. Believing that there was a lie out, aud in The marshal found on the dead man's XKW AUVKKTISKMKXTS get it at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant MdWmTTM ' andtnterestiUK lamily Hoth happened a half doxen vears ago. justice to a large and influential family body a Avwm-mr- j a dirk and a half fill-- 1 W N I'OTTS, Superintendent 58 hereabouts, we, asked Hon. John Sam ed bottle of whisky just made. The.o ' Brick Hwir.'iw's I'ovii !s now open and will fi.ut..v. .il.j.tll If "'Pit., ....... id itrmtfla ...... t.ll. . n..n,. !.. I. in ......1... For Sale I. ..Of. w.ir-n-iiwrit, kilt; ..IF ' .1. effort' ta ,..i.,rw it."ll' Ul)l LL'IIID 111 II1B TO ROAD SURVEYORS'. MILES be till May 1st for the use of those fish' terous. My uncle, William Owsley, who cents that he had ollered DIllWl. ' the Jones girl t?1IV;,J,bV"r.-:Vho",:iA,IVii;ermen who will conduct themselves in a was governor, had JNCOLX COl M COl'Rl OK I.K six brothers and all of in the early part of the night having j sue Court square, Stanford Marsh Term, iSy gentlemanly manner, we are requested ' 2 them have l.eemleatl tor years. One was been paid to Mr. Menefees fctablo man, I'rtweiit. Th m.is W V.itnt n, v. ith the folloniiiR say by Mrs. Harrow, who tikes pridi to named John, but he never married. He with whom he left a note to Mr. Mene-die- THE COMdERCLHL HOTEL n.imcil justue ot tht- pean in follow ine the established iintom of John O Neal, J K Lynn, eore W Carson, more than (K) years ago. The young- - 'ee stating that he would pay the 1ml- Jeo. W Ymms I.. K. N'elK J A. Cluppell, I! OV. I'XS, Manager her late lamented husband. j.ihn Kills, lliih barint and John Hallcv est of the family would now be 100 years mice of the bill I'.O cents, soon, t" 1 wcuty miles the Slmrt-On muiion ft uuire (.h.ippi-1- it Is ortltred that - Kentucky. Lincoln of age if living. Judge .Mike Owsley has ' Immediately after tho shooting Ander-1- 1 Harrodsburg, tin .eeral ovrreers uf county roids diti:i:i.K's prediction of severe storms ol the ilaiin lOunty maWe oath to the jii.tni at, en charge ol this popular h tel of all orl done under tluir tiiptrvlsion which brother John, hut he lives near Nash-- , ton took French leave and awoke nil the I have high winds and heavy rains was verified and tend to run it in atirkl.ilas man.ier n evi r - people on lower Main as ho dashed payame cm hi me ttiniiiy isv, aim i.iiv with terrible reality. The storm raged villuand is a wealthy and respected citiIt new; naptruu anu paiiutu irra the rlairoant aKu makf oath to s nd claim; and the MaVing dirfitennnections in Central Union demsiieLi pot for octng homeward. He was evidently scared al- - inn to bottom, thet beddingit itjacatantrenovated and- .,,,) nr tins. . .mri authorited tit furnish all at nearly all niuht hero Thursday, with .!.." and ...mlortChicago. (crything done uiaVt .Michigan Points, tt.ste, . opy of thi oriler iu thu Iniekiok Joi " St. Louis, IllOSt to death, expecting his time to COIlie able for guests. Thctalili- ahull HuffaTo, thundcr'uud lightning accompaniament, Cleveland. NALIor pulilicntioti; ana neis limner orucrcu iu Detroit, J l'"owrNS COIIIT.- The case against W. all ..vereers in said CllH fIT Indianapolis and the West, furnish printed blanks to ext ne didn't stop running till next !et' bh tl",h,lU,0D but fortunately the winds had spent the New England, for mating out claims Canada, to inty for resisting olhcer resulted day. (.uurr-K- , .s.opy, Att. lihu. fury of their force and no especial dam- C. Harnett C'erW Lincoln County Court New ' J ma verdict 01 a line ot?J.. .las. twnks, The murderer. Teeters, has been be-- 0 age was done. I hi'aiMphla, Ilaltiniore, S JwlS55wIigWi colored, for shooting Will King, was also, fore the courts frequently, but of late had ' Washington. OincLcst time lollarrodsburB. Irankfirt Ky. Tiik attention of the traveling public let oft with a fine of r0. The graml-jurbeen behaving himself fairly well. When ' VIKC.IN1A Shortest and 'Kiihmond, f r l.H Quietest line to is called to the notice of the Commercial Anally adjourned Friday, after a session Ue was a little boy Allen Collier got en II t ' ll.iv stallion. t6 hands high, foaled April 4ih id dam by Cop- - j His 1st dam by liray ..aglr, Harrodshuo;, which appears hi OlOlliy iuur uiiyn .11111 uu uui iu liliuii- ragetl 111 IllU) amiSiniCK mm a mow oil Hotel, Hewassiredby MetngerChief. Vc Messenger ire 01 another column. Mr. J. 15. Owens is u.ents returned. Ibis is the shortest the head, crushing his skull, which m Jr., by; MmspngirChiet, Klmo Maud ad dam by E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor . i0y. 1st dam Jennie 1 . Solid Trains, b.iL'saKs cars, mokilil; cars and manager, which is a guarantee that it time and the smallest number of indict- - cessitated the operation known as . tre-- 1 Mambrino. Messenger; vliiam by.Mj.i, imbnno chief, coiches, Pullman lloudoir Sleepir through withs will bo kept in style. He uients in this county iu the recollection panning. For a long time he hovered 6l!; !f No Hotel in Kentusky has a hriter reputation, out change sia Chattan oga, llirminKham, Meridand it proprietor is determined lhl ian mallnp direct connections en route for Knox, made a reputation as a fine hotel keeper of the oldest inhabitant ami is a pretty ' between life and death, but unfortunatu- - medc, sthdam by Cannon's Whip: i,th dam by shall tc maintained ville, Ashesille, LT"Hhhuri;aiid wints in the lnpp l'aragn Mestcnger Chief sa sired by condi-when he ran the Myers House, which fair indication of the lv ho recovered, though the old negro AbuAiUh l'li-- t; ist dam b .Mambrmu Messenger hu intends fully to sustain. ; i67iL(nnVoep,;,rl4M;;!8VMaaUnd. tion of our jieople. The indictments are man who gave the murderous blow never He has recently in.' led to its appointments Hobert 11, record 1 35 trial in for minor ollences, only one oelng lor returned after skininni; when ho thought mngI At Chattanooga for Ailanta, Columbus, Wilmine .. nthur li.t nni. I'nniiiiiiTioN Mkkti3(i. The prohibiton, Charleston, AurusU, Macon, Savannah, grami larceny, one for petit larceny, id he had killed him. We presume Judge AliU.uun rik.twai .ireu o'V Alexandrr'i. Alidai- lirun.wick, LaWe Cily.'lhoiiiasville nud rLOIlltionists of Lincoln county uro requested for Also l.ih.istdain tllandin.i bt .Nlauibrino Chief. He I for as- I)A points. carrying concealed weapons, .Morrow will convene a special grand Kru jimunu otners irea rickaru in convention at Stanford courtto meet The only line running solid trains arith choice First-Clas- s Livery bdall.ih (sire of K)sdyk llamnnd batterv and one for keeniiir" , t, .miuiilur tin. iviu.n mul nnlur tlie Alexander's ..uw ....v .....w. ...v ..w ....... A Cullman lloudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to 'J 'w W.......S.. house Saturday, April 1'J, at o'clock v. disorderly house. Heforo ailjourning liieit'niaii, iie ui i.c.icr, 7 .,.! "I I.l.l. )7i,lirvii iiui.i.iuiin To accommoda'e the demands of his increased without change lor any class of t trial during present term of tho com t. Maid u; Major Kdsaii , who m turn wred bJKEse m. The selection of delegates to our Ilest Turnouts furnished g"r '7'"e ' R'nni M'i,,c",or transient patronace. jury handed the following report to his The prospects for a hanging in the near Selma and Montgomery. Huntswlle, Decatur, Commercial! raseUrs and others. .a" tate convention, nomination of county Florence, Memphis and AKKANSAh poinii. Mom. Kitno,reorda jo, ua indu Aiexnniirr honor, J tulge .Morrow: future is therefore assured, unless the, Mitlillah, hhorti'st and iiiirlest to Anniston Selma, Imp llcllfounder,.V.. dam said lu be by candidates &nd other important busine.ss .1 ale Stable bile Direct connections' made atforNEW ivery, gecd and his mind We liud that the wall of the Court- can prove Mambrin-- Chief, the ire of the second dam of Cialvcstsin, without omnibus transfer be a full attend is before us. House facing on Oleaster street, to be W11B liopston, Austin, ecte.l by the crushing of his skull, (). Neal, Chairman. ance. John considerably sprung, and in our opinion which is hardly probable. We learu Loudon wK "'"1 13 other in 1 3.1 and better TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. lo!!dv,ue'srriiitand',the0damUs ofic'otn'er.'wit'h the deceased was a Wiiii.k Mr. A. A. McKinney was driv- unsafe, the cornice in bad condition and The only through line to Jnclun and uLsburs, jtlUdhe'VeaVonof ing onoof Weed Smith's Aery steeds tho plastering in circuit and county clever fellow, somewhat given to drink, Miss. , Shreveport La., makins direct connections a. .r..aUe without omnibus transfer (or Dallas port Worth, s badly iu need,of repair. We but was neverknown to get into rows. He near Turners illc at Sunday afternoon he uieb with nn tin s7W'sy,MwieQj. Austin San Antonn, Kl Paso pd pcintsin was a favorite with his mother, whosei$1() tQ Iusure a Living- Colt.! pleasant disaster. He was paying his find the back door to hall of , TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. . ius nun .iv uioj toll at the gate on the. llustonville pike broken down and lock to county court- agOHV can DO imagiiit-uWe '" aUommJ our jad, useless. Wo And the wood work dead" body brought back in less than :M For through rales correct county mans ind full W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. and not giving attention to him, Mr. room information call in Agent at Junction CItT.Ky., of tho jailer's residence in need of paint hours after he had left her full of health MtANK W WOOLLLY, TLZ or address LONDON, KY , Coleman let tho poll down across tho 2L Ttuv. Pass. Agt., Lexington. Kv, and saah to windows iu bad condition and life. Had women and wine haveand saddle horses always lor hir Good turnouts . EI1WARDS. buggy top. At that moment the horse C.C. HARVKY AtSlOto Inaure. on reasonable terras. London Is the most conrtn I. T. A., parted svith htarted, tearing the top to pieces aud and feuciug around said residence out of been the undoing of many a man and ' hulvon uaue u hen ihp mare . u 1: lent point on the railroad to reach place in th Cincinnati O i iiw v repair. J. T. Kosb, Foreman. j wreckeu. .homes ana causeu inuoceiit. ib the mountain stion cf the State. j. .... - i.nvi'if escaping Mr. McKinney's head. barely Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Xkw Yohk seed potatoes. 6. S. Myers. j MrilDKR. Kim.- - Ki) iiv I hearts to bleed. Let him who reads these lines steer clear of both, for in the end there is naught save misery, shame and death. m DRUGS and JEWELRY MAMPBUN tTATCM9 Watch. Best pie-sent- ed m m three-hors- e 1 ! wide-awak- e i poit-ollic- e. tol.ou-i-svill- o ysjSw n 1 W. 3. MoBOBEBTS, Court-Hous- dilli-cult- vis-tin- g m m AoAoWABHlEKPi Court-Hons- e For Garden Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks Northern Seed Irish Potatoes, Red White Onion Peas and Beans in bulk. i -- 1 I ' - - ""' ... ,,.. ,.. ...... j : ' t. ,- ,- i I O JJ - d) jrjLJJ Jl11 N JLywI) .. to-da- .,. i oi-ih- k Wn8NYSccu j Clover j,, potatocs and Prices. Market Lowest Seed at the HKii.-r-Th- Sun-U'nt- C3-K.OGEE,Z- ESI s c I - ap-eari- n 1 MARK HARDI3NT. J For Sale or Exchange. Court-Hous- e al K , Wil-mor- j j r, . i , - Residence' 2p nosih 1 d - I Qliipff viafcisirA HPI Imfiwm m r ''' 'IiWV-sH 110 iTTiTrmiffMiins: mm I 111 1 11 111.11 1 k- - - 11 1 7- wOVvi York, Kostoii, y - fTUP. MVkIX WlHlSf, 1 - 1TEW D'RjLiin:AKS, , first-clas- law-abidi- 1 Jrt .l? ii, X";: I ' I - . ''.. 11. .1 . CA1DMrcAS9 ju-Ra- 1 rf Let-the- re .i..... .... i , j , j - Pool and Billiard Parlors Stable JacL-sonvil- lc . paKsen-eers- ' r,t "Ma good-hearte- ' court-room- Court-Hous- e - ts.y.sry j B Ij C JOH1T ' 11 - A-- A 1 1 - ,,v ?A - . i w SPMI-WFF- "$,' "'U .'ii pwiii'i'iw.' T ULiiii - KI in- - Y lNTFRinR.ln!!RNHI Published Every Tuesday and Friday g'JJ'KH YKAIl, IX ADVANCH! "erWhen not o paid any thiiu? to out it with." Woman 'Must kopp on a little furllior, and you'll tlnd a fork in the rond." r'x. thing- to oat, eh? Well, horo'.--j eoiiio cold hash." Tramp "lint 1 havon; - O? FUN. Woman (to Tramp) "Want FULL sorno- - "Well, my tint' llttlp yon nave p;ot qtiito vvoll ajjaln! 1 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARB. wa sure that tho pills I ltft for you How did vou take Train leaves Itowland at 7:00 a. m., returning would euro you. them, in water or in cake'.'" "Oh. at 5 :, p. m used thi'in in my " Kllpjjmid" L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. lilattor. An old nejjro who had lnisim'st in a ..11 55 ufii .Mail train gome North ....1 31pm lawyer's ollleo was asked if ho South could aijjn ..tijopra Lis namu. Express train " South K WITIIKUS. for ' North "Ilowisdat. The hest wlic i7 am tho lawyor answered, "ifsah?" "lask." sores, ulcers, salt in the world tares,eut, hrmsos, CinuMiiull, Ohio tetter, cliprheum, fever Loca Freight North ...030 am you fan write chilblains, corns and all sMi. erup South. .. your own name?" "Well no. 111)1. I ped hands,positive.) cures piles, or uo pay leqwt The latter trains also carry passengers, lions and Solar noher writer my name. jon dictate's ed. It is jurnied to Kite perfect sstufactiei , The above is calculated on standard MT. VERNON, KY. Price 35 cents per box. nr mmey retunded. is about so minutes faster it. sah." Arkansaw Traveler. For sale by A R. Penny, Stantord, K Wlio by Hvperienco. This old and Itetel'is still maintHin in( its fiae teputation. Charges rrasmable. .Spehas married his typewriter) 'Woll, my Merit Wins. MILLER W. cial attention to the trvvelins public dear, I suppose I must le looking1 We deirelti ny l our cttisens that for yeur M. I' NKWCO.MII. Prep , I a Candidate to represent Lincoln county in the l)r Kms's Sen llctery around for somebody to take your place we has e heen Constitutional Contention. t Ml. Vernon, Ky, Dr Kime's Ne Life 1'ilh. in the oillee." Mrs. Case Vos; I for Arnica Sulse and Klectrtc Hitlers, Mild have have been thinking1 of that. Mycousin BOGLE hnnillrit lesaedies that sell as welt, or tlint MISS is jut out of school.' Mr. Case hmeEnen such univtrvil Mtisfuction. We do not "What is her name?" Mrs. Case hottatf to swirntev them esery time, and wc Is a Candidate for Siipenntendent of Public 1UI I IONS .SWITCH. KV tand reajy to refund the purthase price it Schools uf Lincoln county. Klectlon August, 1S90. (sweetly) John llonrv lirijrjrs." These results do nut follow Uwsr Puck. Ueaisr ti remedies hae won their grt popiilanjy pur! HI. Customer 'Tvo lieon cheated. I jn their merii. A K. l'tany. drupxwt Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps thought you .said tlila ptyrot would talk." Is a Candidate or Clerk ofthe Court or Appeals, Hoots, Shous, Clothing. Hardware A Safe InvoBtmont. "No. hir. What 1 said subject to the action of the Democratic party. ltird Fancier I iiiware, Kuimtuie and a brtBj l Is one which (;ntetd (allure, sou of was that ho had been brtuight up in the K lec I ib n August, Sc T rrtnrti iMulti. or id case Concrnl Lino Croccrics, company of learned men. and was full pn. On this safe pn yi can buy l'.ni.) Candies, Cross 1 10s, Jtc. C. MORGAN, ID. D. S. of philosophy Mid scholarship. Of couoe, purchase advertised Atugfitl a litleof lr Kind's All R. kinds uf I'nsluve laten in exchange fur tvods. he don't talk. Mere idle words have no ftam our ery for LBiMUinpliein. It i itu.iran-tieNew l)i.os I'osiolliie, I.rMitlin. K DENTIST. attraction for him. Mat he's a remarkto bring rolicf incsery carf when ncd for able parrot bue,iue ho's a great think nny affection of th throt, Uifiys or ohet. sock as Ofliceon M tin street, opposite Penman House, upstairs. Nitrous Ovide l,.is psrn for painless er.'" Munsey'.s Weekly. , lrmchi-lis- , HOUSE, consumption, inrtainmation of the It Captain ."spear "And were you no vox ItoopinK cuffU, croup, etc , tts asthma, "'"'"kTXNFORn. KENTUCKY. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor. wounded. Pat?" 1'aV- -" Faith", sor. and .md .ijttee ible to the .taste, prrfectlv be depended upon. 'I nal I was. In the tight at Spottvlanla a safe and can always Penny's druj; store. London, - - - Kentucky. DR. r. 13. dirty rob lifted his gun and tired. I was bottles free at It. scared, I tell yea. He struck me right It is suirgpsted that, ammiu other I huve miocd ti my new Hmelj.iHl am better under me left breast." "Hut if it .truck publu. pieiHired than ever to things, the phonograph may be used us i.txwi I.iverv attached cunroUlr trie nil esers conseinenre d the ball mu-- t have gone Jffice'Snith side Main street, in oflice recently where you reader, with each sired (iii me a through your heart and killed you." an automatic novel vacated u,;Dr I. F Huffman. Stanford, Ky. FRANK K1I.K.V 77 "Oh, bedad, sor! me heart was in me character speaking, as it were, in propria mouth at tho time." Harvard Lampoon. persona. That is, the phonogram will A. S. O. Id. New Editor to Old Schoolmate "It be produced with the various voices as St HURON DKN'IIT. me. old fellow, to wound ydur feel- in nature, all the inflections of passion, Has leased oue ol the stables at 1'CHCC A K.rri.' hurts McKoberts' Office on Mitm street. over W track and will run a general ings, but really we are s.o overstocked sonow, sympathy, ridicule and saicusin, Drug Store, .Stanford. with poetry that it useless to read yours. to it orininally Breaking and Training; Stable. We can only accept what shows unmis- and songs, etc, uttered elocutionists, dialecticby professional He hs had suthcient rperience to make him an takable genius." Old Seboolniato vipert in he business mid hi. rale, will bs si ry "Well, just read that poem, and tell me ians and singers. -- Chicago News. reasonable (ie him . share ot sour patronage. I hac removed my office to my residence, oppo whatyou think of it. It may prove bettor Kemale College", where I will be found at all Killed. A Child site than you imagine." Sow Kditor (havHUGH RKID. 4 . times. Another thild killed by Ihe use or opiates isen ing read the poem) "It is as I feared; Why mothers kisi in the form of the poem shows no promise whatever. their children soothin; syrup poison is surprisine CRESS, such deadly Pardon me. but it is sinmlv nlwnr,! hen they can rel eve the child of Us peculiar troubles ' This ill iral ,- contains by usinR Uror Acker's llaby by KIt son ol splrmln1 m. riej l.i. wujm neartHe ea broad grinmorphine bold KKAL .KSTATK A14KJNT , .l. no opium Shelby at ilic iiil t,rij;sb what I thought. It's a com- Penny. Clt), at of some eres you wrote in my autoKy., Barbourvillo, la Life Worth Living? graph album while we were at "school Not if jouuo through the uorld;j dyspeptic. $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Has for sale some ot the ch 'improperly in 'the together." Munsey's Weekly. boomin? c:t of ltirbourville. Correspondence Dr Acer s Oyspepsii Tablets aie a positive cute Coo.e and sec lum and souwill be sure to like solicited. lor the orst forms ot dsspepsia, indigestion, II M. JOHNSON, Vit him. Sim HER FIRST STORY. and toti.tipalion. Guaranteed and sold by fcl-Ion. silM-Hie- S2.50 mil be charj;ed."V chanp. 11 blow-pun.- The latest fail in Knglund is j)iiper pillow. The p.iper is loin into very small pieces, not bigger than the linger nail, I hate added ni wt,ons and horses to nut! then put into the pillow- - :u'k of my livery business, Initio"-- my stnbje secood to making none settlor ticking. They are very notice in thisfeeding b First class turnouts on sliott drillim: or liulit and the duy, week or month O I IHUR.MOND, cool for hot climates and much mi'.eiior peewit). y m Junction Cit), Ky pillows. The newspapers are to feather printing appeals for them for hospitals Newspapers are not nice to use, na they have a disnpeeable odor of printer's ink; I desire In sell int Unit of about i, a re but brown or white jupur ami old lettoia mites north of btanlord on the .iboot tho best. The liner Itush llranch l4 and envelopes ate pise, opposite ihecld church There .ire about y acres balance the paper is cut or torn, the lighter it ofthe farm well Setininwhu.it and rrv; thedweltInK (iood timothy o( four rooms and kitchen Bud a splendid 11. makes the pillow. barn; is ue!l watered and fern rd. I'.ctcni can hegivrn immcJislcly. hr eartic. tilers. se J. 1' Ikiiley, Sianfoftl, or write .the ndetsi.yied tit Bucklcn's Arnica Salve , Livory Stable. SILVER PRINCE ill be permitted tit ere a few inprusctt tnares at in) home one mile fr in Sunfon), on the Hits I'y l!yi "YAS00," 117S9. ttecord i .1 tonslllepite at t;)t loalcd April jc, 1U1. $10 to Insure a Living- Colt. - Farm For Sal. . I - time-tim- 1 NEWCOMB well-kno- w HOTEL. s us br Ked I. ion. Msre kept nt U psr month. N tspoHibiliiy fir ai ideiit r escape. ben r 'taincduii all nil. til! seavm irsoliejr isl KI IJAIi M AI I . iwil v Ilest riptU.n nnd lodii(ree lie is ij hands high, Im uith one hind foot sshile. J years old and is both anaiuriilund iilruvmit saddle horse He wu sired by the iirvmlum saddle stallien, Siher kine, lie bv On Time, he by Sloiiwall Jackson siher King's dnm, Mi.lhe Slo usee, win sirrdh) Cabhell's l.rsituju.nj x dam by hk Ainern a , he iv r.iylur's .Mes.senser. Silver Prince's hrsi dam as by Skeedmldle, he byOliser, he h Wagnner. ist dam lelc, td lam I runipMir, u mi Aratus His second dam (ran. I donul Yuba '? lly MAMHKINO Clltl.r sire ol t.ads Thntar rrrord s i"s, Dam 4 Il II VROl.D. 'mic el Mnstd f., rctortl t oC , and so mora in tho to list, first dam YoUnde dam of 11! a, urord 14U1 lly lir.I.MON I, site of NoImosxI, j i,'-- , . dam onm; I'otlla, Dam of Voluuii 1 ki , sire 01 llrssemer 1 nk.i D..IB . I l' rtmn t s (sits J MlnsVO-ot- n t74 Dim o( It men seisr M rnord rf. llamoflhildc Harii two milr record ta l.ng land ni ISrandUamof Connanht sire of CiOnsns'tei IvSj St inftird, Ky. ' fl , f l,i recu'd is r rsi'. hlin tt vo an In w I'll. Fall of on the larm A70O will make Ike s H nn.e A I'o , s,ver Cietk, Ks. t rules from Id 1 11, .11,1 on tht I sxscastpr terapths. v Dam Is 'I be U l'..rti,..r RORRt'CK. HIPP 1 we m.ur srun 11 H. Dorsey Iniss-'iin- Golddust; u sr 1 At $40 to Insure. Ili eldest csdjs art W. ill rare males ut take ail Kssinle tart, accident, or escapes on lomiur. two cai M and w 'i u lent, per but ar not rc.(u"i 'It 11 Siand'ird; No Ilucl.-le- n Sj-t- KATE f J". EC. SIIXiTOIsr l,iiiretis-ware, u-- e F. Brlnklcy . sjtis-ii.-u.r- v is of d THE RILEV . plea-ur- PENNY, nentist. -- Dr. PRICE, 11 CROW roadsti r stallion is an Inbred Onld-dns- t foaled in April, its? Is hat , foil 16 hands, T s HI K.N KM a CO sperdj nnd uncstclled ih si) le, action, tinisli and disposition. I ult brother to Kstello trial 1 Corinne, lil trial 1 (8 mid Moniroe, lh apteilvansl I Ml I. SI A I I loN, rAXt Y premium Mi 01 'U, s,red b, iKa.hli tMhtdust Closso, by ermont Mm-J44011 (b, i.olddusl er related Ir Mauds oS.. aad lotiaslo IHW Ihan mi, .Oier stallion the first ver old sial- Ikiii to irnt in iiublu ms fast aa 1 as. M- l- of Ciinsr elte, dam of Rosalind Wilkes the fastest mate of lite likes r.tmily, teenrd t lHl W hllhviud 1 nt mike the ses.in l s at .1 M. I ann r,olddut u'-- t KatclleesiK, r..m Milledcesillr, l.tncnln ...uni) Dam KkMencr. dam of ltelk nv,, by lJden Mutr: .int MilkdeMll p ke Mingo Chief, son of Oaffs Cusnet M r,an pfilormers havt a m Otcr son of the to a Mitre in fusion ot iMdddusi an Morgan Mood Isarsrs Ootddti.l will male the present srilsvli it Or Si. by tin saasuii. in 1 place H mdes fnns Stanturd on HssloHtille pike at Mores lur when mare is p.rlcai .11 Mar,. grant: or led at irat.oaMr pri.r. N.i rer .. siMe fr any at ideal should an sxiiir to a Colt. (lit l.4f is a beautiful red srrel, rl tu.i and nil 15 hands itithm hn , 4 s,, , Mare, kepi on reason! term. Personal a r, , ni i a prrfct sadillr .i.r not responsible for student irisen lui saowed last srnsuo a, lall P. KBIIi. M and loot the swerp.tuke premium at Knk . sill an d Dam illr oo ie his us 1. lie .t li.ir. .1 hsir llkotc who n.t to birr.t 1. ., .j. t sUltson are luedMllv msiird t. atus.-tand him nvvr. ssred bv Stond Jeel,lsel t unnn-He ham's Jt l, t b 4st Wa.hiMt Denai.r. His hr.t dam Minnie, l.y MiDaaald's Mai. 01 n Mircc Year Old Kecoru id dam b) Wells I ruwuter his 1st dam bv st,.n. Standard wall Jackson, he Lv i4isuuilliiinu'l h. lilai s D.nssa.k. his first 4a at I nioiln hr ., llrosrai Horse, n hand, fua,.) Ma, idlt. jd dam t Keats Mountain ma'r OhlWhip, M A son Ds.i SIRKD BY KIK.NVI, Milledte, ilk K) (t'ntl kroUsre to Kin: Kenc 1 .U dam by Alasoot l'frol 1 S,. son of Atmstnt . f' s,IDI 1 1 CHLT B3DGE! . VV i, $20 Insure Fcal, $20 Insure Living ten-lio- iv rxlisi i,ii l , IrPIEIcT O IE. I .i n w. 1 ' Si)i.l. Kule f BEMOVED R. i 1 ir ( uairutd L Mol, ssre of Ikssil I hike 1 , daashrCrr Kaijle 'Isaassr's sire of ed dim ol Ijsdy Davis n1, dim bv CoppriboltiMsi. sire of dam of liusil Duke Atut t WH Ed Barlow, 2375. (sf.ndrd i BKIGA1T2A. L, '"riiatsiu "" .. ;ber .V - ?' y h,rM of t'cai nati rat s e,4,hainr t'KNCI. as.de a resord uf m third heat 4" eursotdand s.iw Irssck litis i n mark ot bit as he has shown trials in 1 and itnartcrt stfd, V'crj hands in it second i, which ia a rale of j ie nme and blood like, and after a limited . fast record number of marc will be worked iniiif he With the blood el HaaiKkei. nun MaiohriHo C Kief. Pilot, Jr , aad Kdwia Forrest, ami as g real an muitiiiual astiv Is lie snowlo msile a ileal stink horse. Will ma he th rf i,o a! the 'shle of IViwe A Karris at hear ira s ' miles West of Manford, ky ,at in )'.). bs A ' I i idsmiih. II ion otrsen 1 1 WM.AVKIS JAS. G. C.IYENS. A WALLACE E. VARNOK, Attorney at Law, , Marcs parted withlorleii Mates kept little story was told yesterday It the complaint of thousands suffcrltiE (roui try It reasonalde rales, but no resjHiii.ibiljIy for cs At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. consumption, rouh, etc. Iid vou eser on one of the largest antl Attorneys at Law, My fine ja'k, illiam I vie, black with meal) rape or uctideni. Kemedy It is the best prep- nnsr. u', hands hich sued b l.)lc's Imp. Jacs I will also git afio premium for the magazines in on country. Dr. Acker's Enlih lunjf troubles. btt inai. and out of a roll and )7.t. I'll the Doit horse coll ol l.tl ll..r 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. "Aluio-s- ton years ago." the said, "a aration known fir all i$c and 50c by A. Sjdd enny.a oflSooatmysplendid jennet will make the season K he positive guarantee M stable betwisvn the Danville and low's tret tone shown in Stanffwil iK. tit.l VI. ....f .Stanford and Dausilli and Hustons Hie pikes at short story of considerable merit had j In (K twer,, it .1. Also my youn; a . Shreve lltuiding We 'Can and Do ill )m per nilird t" serve nor u marrs at r been submitted to the magazine by a $8 to Insure a Living Colt. JOE EMDREE. Ouarantce Dr Ackers Mood Elixir, lor has KUANK fARI.MON. young woman nufto unknown to ns or to JAS. C. GIVENS fame, and had been accepted and paid been fuliv demonstrated 10 the people of this soiin-r- Mares patted with lotleits iisuraiitt and irvinev $10 to Insure a Living Colt: still , a (. si mar's 41 it to that it'is superior to all other preparations ror I. II. K.Nt.l.KVI A.N lliK toll Joe sa red tack, year.old O e lid for. It was Hied away with other ac blood diseases. It is a poiitue cure (or svphilitic falls due KiIijj lluckden i brijtu ha) withiut any & MRIMON. GIVERS lie is 11I, hands hikh and ol bn puriis sV, hands high, hue mane ad t ail ut tine at lastIsOctober cepted articles, to be used when its turn poi onins, ulcers, cruplionsand pimples IIup the ll and action Itl.tJ b le ton Kmbrte of I 1,. Hon and Is a natural saddle horse system nnd thoroughly builds REAL-ESTE, olu miHiy, and ha a double m s rf A short time ago there eaitie a ties the wnole A. u .,tr came He is by Siltcr King, the xreat premium horse, It. reitny coiisiltution. lirnreiaincil n im allrolti till iht i l 1st dam Ry Imp tlutkden b Dennt's letter from the young girl, asking w ricu oil ,ine or 11 urennon. atl nam ny iiunore riimnrc was ai p .ii t,,nc our Pinevillc, - - Kentucky. A Duty to Yourself. .M if that story might not be printed l le sI'lltlN MONIC great show horse in his dat He sashi Must lirle.1 svifll sijninr.' Kl people will use a romlnoii, iromery's Whip and not of a aiare bv Cisnk, ibor It is surprising thnt Town Lots, Cwal. Ir m and 'Innb-- r Lands bought soon, but giving no reason for the ouKhbrctl rnluable or sold on Cmiiinission. Correspondence-solicited- . Two months went on and then ordinal v pill when thev can I his tt"itwjr and tonibmed stalhoH will make I'K NC V A t A K K IS, Sfanft.rd IjijIIsIi the present .eason ut Dr. I' V I,.ok-one for the same ii.iney Dr. Aclo-r'came a second letter, written in the j miles turnpikt road leading to positive cure for sick headache nd .ul list of Millc'trcsiHc .same hand, but in weaker and fainter pills are a ! .ner imubies Ihes arr sma1:, sweet, easily taken Stanford AY11ES & G1YENS, Toiuliliis Nurrn A sad n by a Xew Vork .Mnc;H7liio IMIIor. the Told A. K I'ennj. Ca'nt Sleep Nights 1 aith-ma- William layle. $30 to Insure a Mare in Foal. W oh urn Maid. b Wok am he dam of Carver. rrt,, .eil dim b) a Mambtino horse id dam by Mambrlao Messanger tasi.Ur, iooj b) Volunteer, M, ssre of M l.i tell iiV,, el. ; i.t dam Mis Ntjiae in Han mood, son f I'otlei's Ctav: d dam Weil's Si,., dsaiof Artillct) i and ModeMi ' Amen, an Stir, Is )d dum bv Itailiarnl ttuSsin t by llasnhtctoaisn, i isi tl, vus. i i) lilearaph mi, jntt Iiii. ii daht ol lost I 4e) by I'ridar 1..I (lsrb n, , .III stand at rat taUr, j from suafurd on th new While Oak ad I1 Kitcr Isimpike, near Duddcrar'. Mill SneJ , liaad. bi(u. r Himc tountt f.a Nc . i V iS , In b . ast.lar irw n, . sly, . by a best-know- t 1 KHTG BITCKDEIT . . ioi-y- 11 ,rt ! . 1 mod-estl.- v A T E E L 0 0. "' 11 i da-s- V line-lis- loi-y- r Stanford, 1 s Kentucky. g ttie courts of this .t.id adjnn-nWill practice m counties and n- the courts of appeal. ci SUitE'a dm;; store. lOfficeover .McRoi-ert- For Sal Twenty g!j ! . I3u51cliiij: Lots In the evrnrnte limns of lolan" il J. UAK5r,.Kowlaiid, nnrR-CRffs- s " S- -- n wsr iuks -.. A l . II s,rn a n( 1 characters, as i' the hand that held the pen were scarcely able toijriihU-itThis letter again aijked that the story might be printed soon, if possible. My physician tells me.' it said, 'Uiat I can live but a few months at the farthesr. I had hoped to live to do a grout deal ol good work of this kind, but you have my first and last piece. I have oared su much for it that I think could happier in dying if I might see it in print Iiefore I go.' " The magazine for the coming month ws bound, so nothing could 1m done with that. The sheets tor tho second month were printed and ready fur binding, and the matter for the thirtl iiiai;azlne was well imdorway. .. ..,,, ,.. 1 1 and do notKripe. In the morning, r"r sale by A It. 1'eliny. t . hrraihinj or. dins-ulruisinit phlegm, tiehlnes in the t hest quickened ,uk. thillinessin the etcnint; or sweats at Hit hi first siasm o .11 ... .... . i.t ihrs. thinirs are the ... ... nv r Ur. Acker'. Unc'uta Cousrh Kerne coii.umutioH and is sld i feuful symptom, ilev will iui.' th uiiiler it positive p;u a ran lee by .A It. Penny Drutitt.st. hurried That Terriblo Cough 1m- - c ll i foaled or mar parti-tirape Vine, sn.ail fruits. Asp.ragui, siiri' ..m.l lor certain siieeis in the magazine fur When sou nerd a mild laxative vu sve.ild base Money due when the is paid e eini.lo nonaeuts, rjt. etrrythlllg for tin. Dt,h.J still acton the month.' 1 With HO.sinall tllKt- - 1 mcdiciiie ih.i bowel.. Ilegjfs' liter and kidneys sriih. l.icn retained tii!Pinouc)j.odAN Owner. W S . . i.. it inu tirt. aii . in rni niatnri. i tii- eeUola l.ijrr to make tlie change so late ill the as well as the - t Intial nursurvantl virasehcrry fitulogucsenionaplilts an prepared express! lor this purpose and , r.. they have no superior both replete with practical information. day. but ue did it and the letter of sist on j(Uiiik thei II. r. HII.I.KN.MI2YKK, A K IVniiy, Druggist 105 WJLKIffiS. lliankt, received from the young jflrl, few equals l.emnyton, Ky. who died shortly afterward, more than lilac k Sullioii ijS Hands High, naked Mj. The total nuuiliep of troopn furntehwl pnid uh." N. Y. Letter. vV - for the I'nion arm), SIUr-.IIV LM.U WII.KI.S (15. by all tho StutefVV se.-tllr1 . lln-atso:i. Fruit and Ornamental Trees, I 01 s LUUrUSUIE . u . . . isnui their own hpeeial line, and their wiiieii was tliat tlio story was set up is much in demand by vinitoife. and the sheeu eontining 11 in-'i- - 11 ..... . ... Tlie nnmlMT of "ondoliera at Vonioe Im been mtieli diiiiislitMl wnee tlie induction of stonm launches ill the etniidf. which foim its tlioroulilnrefi. Tlie few ".ondoliors left in wrvice, however, fire r not eotiiolniniiiu. 'M they leeeive la-tteI 1 l... waj:e8 t)oKh lack of rmuH'titiii in etilliii; Description and I'edicjree - Waiermn Is stand ard bred. IIjl k 17 hands hirfb, weighs i,jolt. , maxmlli cut style ud action and is a sure foal Kcfo-rhi-s prc;eii) cuiHlnntnit speed and first-- ' iI.isk sitdi'le iuahties He ha. n ie rd cf s He is by Itichuheu; he br Maiiibnmi Chief, lie b Mainnrino r:irmter. I.c Mambrinc. Iw hy Imp. MessnjjeV Hay Mrssci.gt r. he h) First dam Helm marc tl.trpiiui. he by ll.iui'.'ctoui.in ; he b Imp Messenger, ad dam lied Itird by ("aim .a Whip, fee fcy lllat khurn s vvlup he uv Imp. vv inp, Saltram da bv llerud ; jd dum a thuro f h red Mire by Imp. Xliomec. lias tsrsier's daw was out of a full hkxided 7llcssen(er mart and b) Imo. Rltheluni was the most fash lonaMy bred trotting hore in Amerirg and th ssmner of morn premium, and purses than ao .Alserlsuisem Kentucky. bv Helm's orkshkr : he bv Waietloo's dA Imp Yorkshire, i'am l.v VAeisiger- - Helshaaur; ; ,.t dam the d dam hy roan maro owned by' J, Helm and .itlei sard !) K. J. L,Us. alerluo will Ulid at 1 1 Arthur Sims, 3o4i,' BREEZL Jf,tRES I: . Wyandotte, -- 5526, . l.us)-casi- km urn!..!.: e elefanily bred Kor.i s,l niak the "Wtsnlet, isn mi'e from on .Stanford g4ko. nhere itsoy w.ll he found nt any ifem ronsly to sorvs maws 'I he almt smnssfiol iMi ARTHt'lt SIM. It) kmi V Ko-snt- h VV it substituted $15 to Insure a Living Colt, Knot, record j,,t.ilb in chts.' ushs so in s i ciss scn it nos hy eraseai Hero, is i. slam DasvilMar of Arthur Sims' ist darn Arthur. Is hy llonrrsn Chief, sire ot lady Maud a ant) mssriy other good ones and is out or i.iuy rtiinur, inorouKliiired. lie is a Handsome hav it ', hands high and has proven Innrsolf Vtjll stand t a hue breeder l. en STAIi CARRIER WATTS, ist darn Kale, by Gill's Vermtnt 104 jtl daa tllack sCanly, by Helm orksfaire. very anno) ing t ver 3d dam I.ittic Kmd). I) Wai;iivr continual roiiKluiif is Have attached b. thcii Kunnly i.iocurya arst class Why All (in-iiI.ener.ils hive HhiI Koiiiuii sittiiiK noar you in nny kind of pttnering; 4th dam Itm.ly spsvd.by Imp I.evla ithan. Ii wi'i be supplied with every-tilinst.n. Kosmnrant. hi, Noses, hv I'.uolet besides, it is ol xreat damage to the throat and 5th dam uaually kept 111 thai business, l'resh Fruits 'Hie features are developed by tho lung antl is exceedingly dangerous ai this scn.on I.yle Wilaro (658, sire ol Daatille ilka,, j jjt and Candle of ali kiuds coiistimtly on hard. All half bottle of Kesries' Cherry Chit f j asj, KimkiU i jw4, klaltie Wilses ear A child that is reared kinds of Countrt 1'rodute taken in enhance fur mind. amid of the j Syrup One. relieve any ordinary coujh, and l.ulu likes Jt, trial 2T, lit OentKe WiUt's will Cough H It CAKKII'.lt. Ctork. Kooijs. ioa" ileaiant surroundings and whose mind this remedy costs t.o more than ihu inferior grades 11, ist dam hy American Clay 31. hI, by sIhh, markets is tilled with pleasant thoughts will that are thrown oil the Drucgist to sell lit tnormous brin Chief 11 ; ?il dam the dam 01 Knckon It I'enny, Oeorge Wilkes 51,, 1 jsireot (s) performers 111 C. A. BENEDICT & CO., have a pleaslii"; face. The shape of tljV profits. te. more than 1111, sl.illinu livii lt or deal bv nose and chin will depend enttiely iiptm Some Hsmilionian 10, 8siricf 41 erforint.rs in J.t dim Knnott. Drillers & Woisor a Coi-Tiby Henry Cla) , the strenirth and character of the menwedltl a job of printine 'Wll's Vermont 104 sire of llouner Hoy TAN FOR I), KY. tal faculties. At ten a boy's nose may Ivvoyears iijjo lllack Maria. 3 milu lucord 7 3) I lie dams nf'The jo'-sthat be small and turned tip at the end: at for a man just over tlie county line. miij 1 Oumbetm soul tor tug pnee. count j lines Wells drilled to order and l'umps lurmshod at Wilkes 1 j6, Nelley I. jj4, '"SVt, it may have jyroivn larjro and be Last week, thinking he mielit have fifteen 30 Abel j tVt. Col llradshaw j s'4 and seteraluth-er- s factory prices. bv Doiviiimk's Vi rmnnt-s- on bill, of list; in the the tr.uisaulion, we bent a straight on lop, and at twenty-liv- e it llluck Hank s isi dam by Columbus. ls may be a pronounced I'oman. It all lleuiiswets as' follow?: "I'on't be in STAR Wir.KKS is fine tnitcd and us colt .is )ou can find in the Wilkes family. upon his mind. The Komans had Mich a darned hurry; I'll have another He h.ei neter been b.uidlcd for speed, but will hi"; noses wiih hijfli bridges because job next sjirinir and will pay yon for trot fast when handled. Hi ill make the tuason they were a sturdy and determined race uf 190.11 mv idaie .1 inileii from Staiifctd till the SICCESS.OK TO Jessamine .loin mil. Dannlle pike 111 of "people. Sturdiness and determina- bot'i t g VV - KOWI.AN'D, K., POINTS ON NOSEOLOGY. 1H01 -- .., wiih1,,.SJIM'I'.' u Sana Possrth dam ant tra last mare, , , sn t "Italian ansi atesenfer b.oosi I'elMSky st'ls, by (oswrge VVilke-- e 1.1 H MetroMlitan, out uf the ImH bred sous ol I - 1 snnie dam trial ftysdyk's llamblolunian. having for his daiu Katie Jackson of Scllls- 1'Ncsl rears,.',: 1. trial ll)tstynih hy Vuiuktssrr. set end dnm Clara lae Charley, trial at ) ears old s 1910at 4 said 5 oih.,, . 1 dam ! Dcstei and IHciatut, ihe sire of could troi dose 10 7 to by Iron's Cadmus, . ,. lin-s.to- e s 17; I'hnllas 114 nasi JavlNe-!o- c Povahorilas i;U.st a ist dam l.ady Welti- - y William Welsh, tire ItrtHiK WII.KKS will malt the - a- - , ol I'ttaco Imperial 1 ti and Jwomiuh ',, id iS m ms pltte s', inbred Wagoner mar dans Thus horse son-Uiu- s Itush Itraa, h pike at miles fioin Siau'ur,1 k nt. ol the old horse kysdyk s 41 per Nt. 10, lk fotmder of the trrealest trot. in U"tc ntmil) Use world ever known, coursi-sa- r thiuugh hts t msm from 4 dllterei.l 1 hansels vi Mouty dm whrntlir 'aitis as, rn.,.n.' ... llasnbletonian, Vvlunteei, aletrsputiiait Ksdvk's wiih. Willnm Welsh in $20. to Insure a iiving- Colt. - I'eiosk) St! is.rc in, I ,, , TASlks- ;i tr I ,.. hin , Pais INio.kt t,,Hi .,t teaiodtru, .0 and list m tt r) l.ou, hair trials t.f 1 .one better alt i son which is tertaanlv wade 1 In I for a ini ,. sLailion wiln liusilrd uiiportuniiies, bv I.t, ,1, , j. ir si iirrt will.es Itiit it. Wslkri W,il i lite. Ked U ilkts iste ssf sI'rssMO,.T. WJttain I sirct Vsitll. .t retoi. ssn issr iti iiw mi, 1. im , ', hi.eih. t in sl )l,mtitns season t irsl dam Klira la .;.. ' Jdtu I .lr-- . 1,. ri I i,i, hy l.vaiH llri ex-- ire of of Pearl Medium a at Sr--. octd daa K ill y Kiters (dam of hrrtie year old rrccrtl 1 17 on slow track hy ,!r . AarLillsh, sire uf (oldsaaslh aiaid a 14, k Almunt. rlrlmo,,!, JU ,. Ihirodam by Ktd Jackal (strsi of b Krntu. kv WUkrs j jiU utd the sen nil da Wilkes agaV,, I ai.r.. I fwasssiyU, 4 11 ,. Combat sire of Hn sn 1 is aatJ .1'. ,, 1 rfissj Rett Wilkes .ire of Prints WiU, I'htl Thompson mSj Cti I by Comet, Uor-ga- H'N.ii i" .l.ln. s j 1 ri, ',1a, Jj. Surd Us. ,' luid. Inl trial ijl , 1 11 l.i-- V 1 . ,, ui',, Li'e . V ' IS1HII II n.. u,o uf t$, ii,, u, $25 to Insure a Mare Foal, ,,, . ad 1, T. V i:i. KIN, 1. an. aster tll iy THE I NC SVDIU.K M AI I.ION, :t('jii)m)ii;.i), istundard stillion. hind ankles white, foaled in i.ed by Messenger llreetc. lull brother 10 Ma. d .Mt!ssi4i)er t 16K. Tirsl dam l.ady Messenger nanrlv full sitter la .Maud .MesAingrr its!,) by AlidaiTa.i in ofthe I'nce horse, trial a so, and other stood ones Seioiul tlain Klua .Maud Mcisc-"trjird, lit l.eiilhi Jane fdamof of Peurl to llreere, sire tlain of Pisirl Medium 1 ;. Third dam Kilty Kivers d .111 uf llettir (,irl a 17 by Mevander's Abd.illali, sireof Loldtmuii Alaid 14 llotaluid a at),. o.c. uuriii uaii nt ied jatket sire of tlie dam Kentuckv W tikes 1 ji! llnJ the second dams ei r S..Sn t,7Ui Wilkes asVh.l-mr- a Utile a; J,. Combat ,. r of limit 18 and William, i aaoU) Ite.l Wilkes tsire of Prune Wilkes. 1, Phil I hompsni, i ,614. Ac) b) I omct, son of She J man Morgan. lifth dam an cvtra fast mure, supposed to l,etr 1 Well Pump Adjusters, n i.i, Wallace Denmark; t lln . foi-cot- ten Hart-lay'- hand-soin- R. B. GEOGEGHAN, THE to'ther." side of city solicited, perfect satisfactlor Ruarau. teed. Don't )s I to order a NOM1Y HAT. 'ilyi rive a man a Itoinan nose, no matter how little nr how sniibby a man's probosels mav have been when 511 4TH AVRNUE. he was born. The (Jreeks had straight, ueiieate. ikws, IiOUISVILLB. KENTUCKY. their tasU-- weie artistic and You never saw a poet r an poetic. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish artist with a I'oman or a snub nose, did Stock of you? On the other hand, it would bo hard to ll ml a frre.tt (ieneral who had (let pictures of not a Uomaii nose. pu E Alexander the (ireat, Ciesar, 1'itderick i, the ('roaU Napoleoi , ellin";toii, ('runt, bheridaii, l..ee. and see if Ever lironjjl'tto the i it ol I.ouistllle, now open they haven't all ,'ot hip;, stromr noses, including the of the Hoinanesque type. Yet it is qulto KNOX & JOHK B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS safe to say that if we could have tior- Andalsornr own impt rtaimn of Kngiii.li Hats) traits of all these iiorsona'cs, taken in andCajis Aneleijaiit im i Cn... and Lyon's 1. if aiiey, we would find their olfactory JMne organs little, pudixy alialrs, not unlike Celebrated Umlirellas nlwavs ou hand CAPS,! those of the common run of bables.Those SEAL SKIN SACQUES, men went not great (Jeuerisls because Gloves and other Furs, a specialty Orders outs they had lloman noses, they had Koman M'MIOHAEL, HATTER, tion will AJLady In Texas Wrltou My else mflclit; sUndliig, has battled man)' ..h't.iri.n.. Iiiive tried every remedy could hear I $15 to Insure M" Uvinj; Colt. ilcl . Illiely-elilsele- il 0t s Rexulaior i all that Write Ihe llradliei.l tteg. Lo icr further particulars. Sold by all dr.nrisist. ,ut llrndficld's I'emale 111 oft 7 ney due m vv (, A. r - n t is 'll 1 U KK 't 11 11 I rl tannsl , Kv t I t K'htlcil M bat, iV, ' R7 is aru Ii hnnds huh. he.n inane and tail . is strn tl) fine I" th a n.itur il and pleasant saddler, and fulii ; , h.irness breeds faiity and when iuietlv tint cu He Is lll.ll-l.t- il Koeitlikv a trullcr st)le till both ides to the third feneration is backed b) 011 both sided, making him ter actitu and siiruluh in nail, 111 form n,id tiiwli a perfect mixtei He was sired liv Sunipier Denmark, he b) toidd.irds Denmark, lie bv dallies ,S. Cromwell's Denmark, lie b the run' liorsi,. Denmark Ills first dum uu. sited he bv line Hcdm-forbt Sir Wallare, lie hy TiHlhuiller's Sir Wallm e d dam bv he lit sjr Albert, (llmroiiclibred' ilam of Viiuiiiuis l'raiil't, Ihnnmli- ,,l hinri rr.ll i, lit 1I1H i' lhr.tlril M.im.ii'k d.iui ,t Whipp mare , Malic-gou111 Vir-i-iii- iu 1 I VV twM-.'m.- ds I.,c 11 1 I A T S.9: world-reimwn- Wash-lntoj- If you or any of)our lannly should happen t be frighilully liurued or scalded, what hatti you tin u'et a the pain ihe house . to alleviaie ..r it.. ,,.fc'until . ..niLin Salt, nr i 'V " "vr c .i ihis would sate a world nt suf n... hlr r ..I r,..,,limrs a do, tor lllll. US it Ills kind, tonal ill i ases of lthisPenny, ns well in leilamii.alinii Drui-gis- t A of all kinds 'u &&&3t&&JZTXflK rK?. K-&XXt&? tt&ftjzSLJlL -- iMJ J rw7ssr ,gTJJ I.w-.- .TH STB SSVS.sr.vs.T !, ,"m. ii 1.7 rf j TlMklUKftttWi 11 L SfmgmMjmmLilijli mmJl-tiMr-. T. ST7TTOIT cfi; ' r ' I l uosis lM'cause thoy wuro 'reat Cleveland Press. It tan be triven in a cup of tea or coffee without euectiii a the knowledKC ef the pctsou lakinz it,the patient peedvandpermane.it cure, whether drinker or an alcoholic wreck, "nousandsof diunkard. have bee,, cured who ttieir haveuken the Golden Specific in believe coffee they without their knowledge, and will. No hannfu-effeof their own free. nutdrinlcinn guarresult, from its administration Cures Ad. for circular and full parte, ulars. donor-uls- . anteed. Senl dress i.i confidents- Oo.pks biktiui. Co., iSj itacebtrcct. Cincinnati. O. ct DRUNKENNESS THE LIQUOR HAB IT-- In all the World there la but ono euro, Dr. Halnoa' Golden Specltlc. -- lfHmH03aUatER9&'mJ J". HUSTONVILLE, KY. Are still in the business and rcaiy to d any tliiitp tu the Undertakiii-- line. We have a full slock of Cases and Caskets ol all kinds and Kobet ofevcry description. Our hearse, which is nearlv new can be obtained on short notice .Mr. J. II Green lias charge of cur business and will show our Koocis to any one needtnif anythinir line 64-- tf Vallate Denmark above, .s, da... bi Mil- i"1 lie by the race horse Denmark; his M,sM.ser Plor.e : ad d.i... by Monttfoinery'sOlitcr; id IK fine shaped burse ' 'in " Old Dreniiuii. Tom is t lu.r sire -' 'UiT u mtiiral saddler and li.ts protcu iMiMUIajrhn oiMaiidMcsl. , V . i ..., .,, m l lie aiiove slick will make me season ol nsvo at '" oruiuer to vnillnl. 'W' '' arpeu- :V'Wl" .Mers Igraiid dtim of Maud .Mess....,r ,,r , " iSmilesfr.....l, Ilustonville. nourl .. .r. . 'U" ...rMi.ii.Ml ami .v.ll .r... ,141 i)T by the insiiruni.e, , Itetl liuket. bv Cnmei s,w,..rsl,. Ihitd I" dm.. S,... ot .'e'iiKi'rllrc.hj'.Mcsr.eiig.r Cliitr.sireof ' m,'"Koi '8' i , . t,?" FM' J!,nt. '4,V ,,r .. .!.,, mi, uioi ..iest.-iii;-i 1 1110.K1 fe'a VT' tu?"'?''--- '.. .,.,. $ ..,... M''' J" -l. '' , '.;"",,,.-- - 0 CO., Wallace atSI5; Tom atSIO I DENMARK LEXELL, Denmark, a handsome toli.nf tine sDc and of royal blood, will be il.ed pmuieit. Slock couiinitlcd l,i my care and brsediusr tvlll tir.iss furnislied receive mv personal attention at reasonable rates In be pvid lorbclore rcmovulof stock-Norvsonsiliilitv for accidents or esc cs, P.irtine with stoik forfeits insurance and tnakes J sllil I.K cAipi:xri:K. se.itt.il tine. Sou of Wallace if ."o.V J0, sire of the dams ol Maud S. JoSI I,. I,ye..se a fie I le has crosses than a.,v oier horse tu Maud otherlior.ehjs.oa , j i6l; troiter ,.j o, l,a, . t i , ... ,1 make me season rsiiiort-- tvni of iSyo at pUice at AKIVI)l.;bflasf,c,eVof..mbb.0,; Pilot. Jr ,, M.w. ,rc MMer. Z'T'l ay $15 to Insure a Mare in Foal, -- er l - MM