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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890062401 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. - frr r j ' r ?T sT - a JV T Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. Neighboring News. I'okk. IsiitiH.K. Knt-leina- u Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, JUNE 24. 1890. NO. oo li . , Polnli of Interest In and Arouud Hot cisms as well as elude diseussinir mi the CHURCH AFFAIRS. For Sa!e---Bric- k Residence Springs. .subject. There is n brave little Southern M' ,J; has been Lot on Majn street II.. r mmujcs, Auk., Judo '.'0, '00. lady here, who don't Mull' worth a cent, Wi"kV"e.,V',, W'" "r"' fnd ,he niau sold to It. Cobb. Jr.. in Stanford ?.nJ Stanford" te Cnun , WssiW for broubt 75 I was both surprint and sorrv to flntl 'and it looks frequently like feathers are ""'Piovwl for half of his time by the i0. Mr. taming , ,., , ure.. . at that on the police force, there are as ma- - Vou to lly before the thins; is through U,tum cl,rcl' !,t Kirksville. from Montana recently and has them T R Walton, Stanford. Cult-ker ,tau"man'8 tbtevfH ' ny coloted as white men and why things with. George EnKlwmiiii'a. '". There arc Info of agnostics ot i... J" are fctlll making successffil ranis. 1 hey aie thns nobody seems to know. Some the Springs and it looks not unlike a Miss Alice, joined the christian church We are standing the CUrk C.th h ,re at oar left the heads of an even 100 fowls lying say that experience has taught that with fact that the Lord has punished them ."Sunday and was baptized at night. at Ml Kinney at B. The Paris Keutuckiiin says Kevs. J. around the hetidiousc of Mr. Coyner, both colors on guard better order is pre-- ' because of the error of their way. $10 to Insure a Living Cole .M. Kvans ami J. H. Hopper helda meetliving on the hb Owsley place, near Mm served, while others say it is "cused Tliere are hundreds of devices here for Commencing Monda, My u ing at Ilinkstou, in Montgomery county, !ll run a He ij well bred and a Nu i foil ?ntcr Money Ouest's. while Mis. .lames Uastineau. meanness" on the part of some of tlie making money and the peddler has n ne wagon ICK at and increaoed the membership from 5 to cver pervm mand deliverwho denrv th.- it home of due when mar is parted with or Kred to another JCutifv norje. Lien ManforJ Mrs iicorge It. Waters and quite a mini-be- t councilmen, who try to spite a few as) veritable picnic. Shooting galleries, reUinea on nil tolls till manrv it u If . 3 loicned Pa'dDUNN t TANNER. of others have been heavy lnrs of wt'II9 to secure the colored vote. It prlugx where vou can drink all dav for 24. HIU.MER CI.AUS !2ev. T.J. (iodney showed a broth- ..... I'l.lira . .1.. the feathered tribe recently. Miss I.ucyl doesn't speak well for the place uud i..111..-.- Ti.il itri.i..j .tini.w.i..1a ,ll III' , . , .11111111. IIIIS n...l I Myers bought of Frank Winfrey a fancy there ate those who swear by "all that is rioeii.nfov..rl.,.M....;1.,.l.l.. L.i.l,.rnf.,Ur,.V""llt,",,bll"e""t OV holdiug no r Ht churcl. Sun.lny night, so buggy inaie for JIM. The beauty of the holy" that when there is another board fored by them with such a I offer for sile pmatel mj- rarm kuow-- as the could go Limsfcrd 1"? Si.nfjrdand Ileitis of waving grain is nov being dis to be elected things will Ih changed, besc.Khing look that even the bard-- 1 t,IM1t1,ie lSuilcllux JL,ois old Lewi pike, an.) piate, netirthe toDix Ruer. l.ane.ter lunniny nearlv ami hear Kev. A. S. Moll'ett . , figured by the reapers. Farmer say dod grant they will. heaited ami cntaiiim 112 Acres It in xvell imp'mst., hai In ihe corporate lumti of Row land cannot iuinday-suhoo- l I he International g.l cistern, nnd t!i land is in a fine state that the harvest is plentiful but the la- - There are a large iiitmhur of cow bovs ' spending a bit or two with them. Call n 36 addre.. me at Gllbsits Creek. H J. DARsi, Rowland. Convention will convene in .Mechanical v, i. M" boreis are few. Mrs. Ann (Jnstinean here, but from what I have seen of them WITHERS. The snort is in bis ulorv here and and will contina year or they are as a geneml thing a quiet, elev- - there are many ways he can get rid of Hall, Pittsburgh, has been milking a heifer for C. A. BENEDICT & CO., more that never found nor heard tell of erlot. Of course they aw a little tin- - his time rind "stud;" but those who do ue for four days, holding three sessions Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, a i all till recently. Linn Dawson sold to couth in manners, but their MT. VERN'ON. KY. not belong to his class as I have said bel- daily. It promises to be the largest and most impoitant meeting of the kind evTAN FORD, KY. It. H. it 15. P. Woods a mare mule colt ies-) atones for such breaches of eti-- l fore, find it prettv dull, bookmakers on Thisolian . Hut u still maintain for $100 mid a horse niulo colt for .". quetto, and such a tiling is easily the various races, but principally on er held, fully 1,."00 dIegats and promi- - Wells drilled to order and Piinipn turinhed at in its tine rep aiMion. C.r-- . rf..r.sMi. . factory prices. t ttentiO'i to tns s' Itlacksmith i. T. Kelly also sold a umre overlookiMi. At my hotel, there are sev Sheepheud liny, at present, are doing a "vn ' ,vn 7 ""'" P!Cl,mtu M. P NEWCiMrt. prop., .1 If nit- iiuiiiiiuihi Lfiiiiiax says tii.it .. ucuji, nnu uj ma. 1... for $100. Mrs. I.ucinda Myeis vi..., bill Oll.l II.IIIW.,1 ll'il.rtl, M,IA I..1 1.1. ' niulo colt .i.i. uud ......leu ousiness wnue tnoe wiio 3,"t' JAS. C. GIVfcNS FRANK MAitlMOX Mt cuoa, Ky. has been HtilTeritig ponsiderubly from the friends has been dublml "Tug," is de- - put up money hac tlie bag to hold. Miss Carrie Cornelison and L. K. Fran" effects i( the bite of a rut. She found serving of mention "lug' is feet Then too there aie bib rnnmn cis and wife were publicly excluded from GIYEXS & IMRIUON. X.. t in a Hour Ixiriel and was trying to inches and a model of politeness and wheie can be found "craps," poker and the Christian church at that place for Has leistrd one ot the .tables at Pence ESTATE, REAL Tarris keep the thing conluted till hcrsoncune kindness. He devotes almost his entire gamefi of all kinds where a man can bo heresy and going astray after falso gods. trai'. aiiJ mil rUu a uuerl - resorted to its only attention to thu welfare of the weakly accommodated in any amount or at anv It will be remembered that they took to kill it. when it Breaking; and Training Stable. up with the Dutch god, Schweinfurtb, itlng, with the ladies and literally wears himself out time. The outside of Hot Springs means of defense by Town Lots, Coal, Iron and Timber Land bought whom they believe to be the true Christ He has had sufficient or sold oil Commission, Correspondence result. Mrs. MyvM Is the same waiting on them. He takes his depart-- : ntsa dull appearance, but the interior in His second expert in the busmen epn".s to wf hhim an solicite'l ioi-nte, coining. giotl old lady that fell and broke hei leg ittv in a few days and it will be with re-- j3 mv indeed in this line, reasonable. Gise him .1 share .t or patrcmRe. Notwithstanding a decision of the about a year ago, ami from which she gret from the bull boy to the landlord,! There is not inuoh for the democrats never experienced any material pain, ' and from the sickly girl to the rbeumaf! to be thankful under the present admin- - Wisconsin supreme court that the Pdble 'OLD DRIPFmG SPRINGS' I. 31. BRUCE, cannot be used as up noy gmus, nrcme K- mny uiai ne is given up. Btrange to say. ignition, but it is justice to give kill- is a sectarian book and ... . Cook, some of who-- work was rctvntly It is remarkable that tins hollim hot 1.Willi i.:a .!... o n.,,i o ..A..t.i UKJ i Ulit HI.in text hook in . the public schools, and 1....11 Referring to an adtcrtlcment which appeared . , SALS .1 tll II "UUIU ?J!3 SIA3i2. simple reading of it by tlie in last issue of the Interior Journal in regard ta WBT, has watei, found no whore etseon this conti- - place lla speak a kind word or two of P ' tnentioneil in the I.ntkiiiok. lotus-to cottages at Old Dripping Sprinirs, I wish ,enc,,?r wi,ll0llt commenting, is using it renting the STANFOKD.KV. Iwev at it again. This Uiuh be perform-- neut, is in such close proximity to such M. (Jenerul Wanamaker and the presi- -' to inform public that incaid article appearI fic,lo1 1)0a,(l of I'tl ed I) hne again Jeased the Springs and liuildms miraculous tbUig of carv- - delightful ed spring. In the same dent in their selection of postmasters, "S a teTt G tn a ,... former lease between him and ..', gerton has refhsed to cause such use to tained in Slai ghter ukii name condition J:unecon-I.. SPECIAL ATTEVTIO.V ti COMMERCIAL, mi! the head of a man out of a big niece inountaiii on either side there rlmisIus 11,.. c.ri... - " ! iirxi.Miiiif isl. ittiii-- i iiin t viilui; tv be discontinued in the schools, and a per Adams e travelers when com-- forth a never failing stream of water, towns has a postma-te- r Horses and mules bought and sold. of clay, which w:sso MARY BELLE ADAMS. Adnx. that belongs to Only hor.es.ind s ehicles used in lhery. plehd that some of the neighbors have splendid in tate and metlicinal in prop- - the fair sex and is as elhYient in her emptory writ of mandamus has been been speaking to it, mistaking it for a erty, ami still on another side there is business as she is comely in appearance. seived on it ordering the discontinuance HARRY A. EVANs, gentleman residing in mi' county, neiuie .Mountain allev she is Miss Flon Hawes ami is an ex of the practice. Woman's Missionary Society of man and piring, from tlie same mountain h tremely haudsotno young bjdv of some Las it dressed exactly like a ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, Dealer I- nt'Ven the perfection of thu complexion is different kinds of water How, but 1101.1 L'tdd'siiuimers and attends to the oner the M. K. Church, South, held a verv STANFORD, KY FRPERS. marvelous to behold. Archie is bound ueuurKiiowii uiau me wonuetiui not lM duties of tlie postotllce with the pleasant four days' session at Winches and adjourned to meet next time at ' to win a name and fame some wav. It (.springs water. Tliere is water to suit alacrity of a man with a score of vears ter and Surveying in' M&TS & OILS. Engrineering branches. Cvntllinna- - Tlie following ollicers were all is an every day business in this vicinity every taste, but should theie be a person biwine'ss experience Tom Xevvman c,tfcU,,: Miss l?e,U' ,5eniett, of Kich-ol- d VARNISHES, ETC.. I heard one 80 fastidious that none of the h would -t- he discussion of "Ht-.,- , in Mikh,!,, and who for Coshy, Cyn,- - DANVILLE, caught about 1A0; please, it seems that nbout all there is to 'yean was head clerk at Crab Orchard molll,, i'n'sl,,ent; M,'s- KENTUCKY. lady say they had thiana, 1st Mrs. J. Hughes, of her voting chickens, while everybody do would De to ask for what you want. Springs, is her tirst deputy, which is an hunters, larg WALL I'AI'EK A XI) IlKf ."" f"rewarnl our lands fishermen and Mrs. S. C. est and most complete stock ORATIONS, the on haswuH'cMMl more or less from the pestifThose who have experienced it say' assurance within itself that tlie mail is Carlisle, ".'d ill Central Kentucky, others not to as all such will be prcecutodwithout per. to the artntic Irueheart, Millersburg, corresponding wi,h a"to ' latest and most Mouldings decorations- mission, of the law. Signed: extent erous things. I am told that they have that the good elt'ects of a "bojling out" bundled judiciously and carefully, the trade. Room .iiowi and Winsecretary; Mrs. O.J. Migent, Carrollton, djw shades in endless variety, pricks the HOLMES. .. Dr. P. v I.OGAV. eaten all of the young chickens of Mr. at this place is not felt until one has To add to the already large number of '& is. W. tiAINEb. I fi Irvine, who lives on Mrs. King's place, thoroughly regained the strength lost by hotels here, another with o00 rooms is recording secretary; Rev. W. F. Noland, . ..;.. ;iM'ivvof LY.VN. Hi"' ""-?- . Vr?AZ'.A!iV:.x are running nil of the setting hens oil' of the severe treatment. For instance tliere Hearing completion. It will be known Xicholasville, auditor; Mrs. Stephen No - Pacd , Ml X.! JUS. IIALLOIT. rr.K. ..? TIIOs C HALL w,"b icnoiiisviue, treasurer. regular places of business, mid nre i.eonle who havi. b.itli...l - fur. month ... Ti. iBri. irt..! huhi .. iii i it i... . their ............. inun iiuivi nil TheState Baptist Association, in sesleave nothing in tlie nests nut siiciis to who are so weak and seemingly worn indeed. The situation is a lovelyfone remind Mr. Irvine of what might have ma front the ell'ccts that it is nil their, and besides having the many modern sion at Owensboio, chose Hev. W. H. Febeen. Kverybody is putting out poison doctors can tin to persuade them to go appliances, the guests will have access lix, of Lexington, as moderator, and J. I desire to sell mr tarm of about no acres, Those beautiful and Springs are in the shape of arsenic. vr , but the rats home and rest up. Of course only those to the 10 acre park in which the hotel is G. Bow, of Uussellville, secretary. There situated on Dix ruer, 41, miles east of Stantord. ated about '4 miles north of Stanford on situthe Hush liranch piVe, opposite theold church There the purest cnahbeatu healthy under this doctors who are doctors in the ti tie sense located. A dancing pavilion, said to bo are ft I district associations in the bodv They are ofni.i nvnn..u.nv f..... water . In the are about 50 acres In wheat and Heemtogrow more .. .nr.v... w ..'.J-'iwjiihiui, itiwns buuh, .". many happy hours here, At vui alibi's ortherarm well set in timothy rje; the balance Good dnrelllnz tors spent treatment and when they set it trap for of the word over suggest such a thing as snllicientlv large for L'OO couples to trip ami tliey SllOW an aggregate Of irainini! health '. churches with a membership of 14S,17L', ana Happiness, ror inaiui kihiw 01 no more of fouris rooms and kitchen and a splendid new ... 1.1..I I.... !.!... -- mem iiiiiik me iigiit ,". barn: well watered and fenced. I'osse.Slon can me them the rat- - c.irrv them oil'. "I.'nts!' leitMng, mi..! uuijuriir 01r .1 healthful .iters, and for pleasure !oer it has no iaiitasuc is already punt and be given immediately. For too much of liltbv lucre to want their this fall an orchestra of ."0 pieces will whose total contributions to all objects ihii.i1. Thtre uas never a cooler, more delightful Ruley, Stanford, or wr.t.- - particulars, se J. P. the nndersuned at boarding house away from the noisy city and free A Complaint and a Petition. were $4tl4,a"!.O.J, being nn average of from the musical inosmuto. With a new boat and Cincinnati, Ohio. y patients to go awnv, or rather have their furnish the miiiic there as well as WITHERS. K iitor if the Interior Journal ) tisli, much pleasure can be obtained on plenty of loth. $:.i:. per member. The hong Hun stopped, so keep them its long as certs during cadi meal for the Park the waters of old Dix ncr. Our Springs open on Urn PVM.- - Mlt.I. SlllOOl IUTIUlT IP. which embraces Louisville, the 37th of June. Rates of beard, heginnuu July THE COEEERGISL HOTEL tel guests. It is authentically stated i ... z. .... I would write u letter in rugnni to our 3. r "v. By the way aliout the most important that some 50 or more Uoval families contributed to tlie member. The ' Per Uaj, 00 . B OWENS, Manager. elecWe have had our school St boo!. Per Meal 40 i'L'rease of membership during the year Per Month. ia 00 ..I. at. 13 per week or put the thing to keep your eye on here is your from "acioss the deep blue sea" nave al; v tion and elected truster's that horsiHarrodsburg, - Kentucky. baptism, Ac, was ll.obS and the de- - Cotnfurulbe stable for anil doctor, and even then your chances of read v contracted with that hostelry and V'Mtr. In tlint........ i..l mm rntitt n. r .IfiV Cnmn- it.i' nrt.a ii'.t taiiu . - bud Inst . j ". , ' sou' ill stay " w.... "",. . . A ,ni crease by deaths, Vc, !,IU J. 110 IkHI teel sure tleeced are about " u,ul" 10. ' tne season. Correspondenct u,u I have w spenu tiext winter. taken chare ot this papular hotel .It. ,.M M..re I'.utrm nnil I don't think she Kri,m1 ....... w.. . . . . . . J F. COOK HM .1 s 1... f. f and intend to run it in a first c'avt manner in every report 4,L':S officers ami solintcd. i nu iMimnie is iioi just now, out m Sunday-schoolriowi'vcr, 10 f 11 iruiu inv respect It it beinr papered and painted from is qua i lied to teach the school, for bIic teachers; :57,1S"1 scholars; contributions, top to bottom, the bedding is beins renovated and taught an indilnircut M'bool last year. In speak detrimentally of that class as a winter is said to be delightful. Tho cverv thins; done t make it pleasant and .omfort-abl- e There were 1,410 Sunday-schowhole, but there are a lot of (piacks hero thermometer hardly ever goes below for guests. Tlietal le shall never be surpass-e- d whipped a little girl t it' first place she by hole's in thiN section scholais converted. The Daptiat J U.OWENS unmcrifnlly and had to pay a fine of jpj. ho should by all means bo exposed, frce.ing and only one slight snow occur churches iu the State are valued at They have runners or steerers, as they red last season. Jay Gould and sone of Mie piomiscd Miss Kate Bogle to move 155. E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor the children to a warmer room and she are called, and like the drummers for the the Vaudui hilts spend a portion of If his reception at the Presbyterian 11F.EH&CRF they use their might and main to y every winter here, and frequently k thuui lirct mitt place ami then church Sunday morning is an index of inoved the in a 1ioum rope you In. They llourish like the the miles of side track around the depot She Kentucky reputation, VssSSS?--the esteem in Which Hev. A. S. MoiTett Nollotelinits proprietor ihas a better thu green bay tree, though, and get a pood is blockaded with the private cars, and determined rrni! wlnie they had a stable. The hoies ha" be n of the patronage by their cunning longing to the big bugs who coino here is held here, he is surely greatly beloved vri .and the hogs were in one side of the " by his old congregation as well as bun- ways, but many a Hot Springs visitor from all parts of the world, house and the children in the other. Is He has recently a4 Jed 10 Its appointments dreds of Other people. The church was I had no idea what a rough, mountain, has felt like kicking himself till his kick- fiizawiW6ji-mxin-m- c it possible that our children will have to w II fs ous Statu Arkansas was until I came meraiiy nue.i, many peison ' attending be treated in such a way ? We aro not ers aro kicked out mid his "kickeo" ttlLLi MILES paralysed for going headlong to them, hero and it puzzles me to know how the who rarely darken the doors 'of n house m. . Ie.1 heathens, if we do live in tho country. I Hot of worship. Mr. Moffett was looking First-Clas- s Livery Stable O behevo that Miss Kate Hogle will see when by unking some reputable citizen various towns are supported. he could have wived both health and Springs', of course, is kept up by those tiinKMi.iii.t tvi-W uiui ins voice, always To accommada'e tne demands of his increased that we have a teacher that will teach a ilest 'l'lirqouts 'furnished money. who seek health, but Malvern and the clear and penetrating, wJfs particulailv transient patronage. better school than we had last year. It fine, each word of his excellent sermon Commercial Travelers and others. miles from other towns of its size in thisscction Hell's about certillcatt , is said she only had third-clas- s Is the most horrible looking place tify me. The land except in the few val-- I being heard with ease all over the buildTwenty miles the Shortest, to and we think tlie cause of our having have ever seen. It is a perfect field of leys is exceedingly rugged with no soil- ing. His text was from the L'Sth chapwas on account of whisky atuh it teacher immense, boulders and lying between at all and it la remarkable when and how ter and Kith verse of Isaiah from which ! on thu day of this election. Tho major-- 1 of is a ghastly chasm. It gives one the hor- the towns get their growth. It is true he made an earnest and eloquent plea Making direct connections iu Central Unioa deSty were drunk and they illtl not caro I will pay a Reward of Fifty Dollars for inform pot for walk on tho precipices, where, that a class of the people make a little for those who had not done so to build tiou on conviction of any unauthorized persou for tho welfare of our school. This is rors to St. Louis, Michigan Points, Chicago, of the should a foot slip, you would be thrown money hunting curiosities and digging upon the stone, which Is n "tiled stone, true. Mr. George I'attou is one ''"- -' Dr,ro,,,.:,!.. .cir,e!a."d,t.-.- . . II.IIMIIpWJI . Cl, Springs diamond, a precious comer stone, a sure founda Found Gutting Timber or DamMIIU lll1 trustees. He is her husband and it is to to eternity, and it was with a scream of for the glistening Hot sanaua, New Kugland, aging any Improvements tion," while time and opportunity is of his Interest for Mrs. I'atton to have the delight that our party bade farewell to but this vocation cannot uud doesn'tsup On the follow ing property the place so appropriately christened. port a tenth of thu inhabitants, even of fered and before it is too late. school, but ho doesn't care for tho good Thelarmsat Highland known as W A. Cash's, Washington, Baltimore. I have visited a number of places since this immediate section. Philadelphia It is said that Tim Hutchison's, lieorge (laugh's, Uastin Heirs', of the rising generation. So as Miss (Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky ' I have been here, including Happy Holof the world knows not how Excursion Rates to St. Paul and Milwaukee. II P. Young, I. S. Young's n acre place, W. Terlf Richmond, VIRGINIA Shortest and Kato Bogle is a candidate we trust sho Long's Quickest line, to (Jillen's Whitu Sulphur Springs thu other half lives and I am more than The Queen and Crescent Route will ry's, Win s !hp-Mutchisen's 40 acre farm, At Cox will have a better teacher than Mrs. low, Freeman and K. and Dripping Springs. Tho former is over convinced of the truthfulness of the place on sale excursion tickets to St. Creek, 107 acres, K. Barren's timber tracts on lluck John '1 urnbult's, jacres, John I'atton and our school will prove a beneraid and return, on June .'Sutli to July (i. Buchanan's, 30- - acres, M.J. Harris', go acres, U. fit to our community and not a disgrace. merely a spring nbout a mile from town, statement. Powers', 100 .acres John Andersons, 14 acres, Solid where a mighty pretty girl sells water at The Hot Springs diamond is quite a good for return until Julv loth, at one Wah Harris' ja; acres, Freeman's, 800 acres, coaches, Trains, baggage car, smoking carswith, Pullman Uoudoir Sleepers through and KitbliiNOii Mill tract, 1. Tobin' farm, llryan'. out change via Chattan- oga, Birmingham, Meridround-triwith a penny a glass; the second is quite a popular ornament and at a hop given bv fare for the for Kidd'sfarm, Joel Petrev'g farm. A. (Jinich's larm, ian making direct connections en route A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY. pleasant summer resort, under tho shad- -' the Arlington Hotel Friday evening the membership account National Kduca- - W Collins' farm, on Ofade Ridge, Coo acres, Hen- ville, Asheville, I.ynchburand point infor Knos. the ry Miller's, 150 acres, Henry 441 acres, Mit I OITOIC ow of a high mountain, with a big spring sight of them was literally blinding, so tioual Association. Thost desiring to Stephen Burch's, 351 acres, Miller's, Kdmiston's U It. l.nnlit one of (iriflilli'Miiaihint'S lor tract. Strodtt Hoii'e. Cottage near depot at Crab ulatlni; with gold, iher or ulcWel. and it worlsto of sulphur water, nearly as strong as tho numerous and brilliant were they. In remain longer can have their tickets Orchard, Hotel, Cottage andStorchouse at Ottfn- hear of it Nononerllil iniiplennil Jnwelry than perlectitiu Also excursion heim White Sulphur Springs water in, fact it reminded me very much of a Ken- - 'tended to Sept. HO. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilminr. J Ul l I..NIIM.M1.K, thuii had more spoons, Uiises, forks Agent for Owners , ton, Charleston. Augusta, Macou, Savannah. 13 6m The first week I clear-.S- Old Virginia, while Dripping Springs! tucky hop, which I did not attend, but pickets account Knighta of I'ythtas to I could piute in a month. Brtinswick, I.tke City, Ihoiuaswllcaud FLORI3".the first month Jifti.Sj, nnd I tliink by DA poiiits. July 1st I III have $1 000 cash ami ijive my larnt does not begin to compare with Dan merely read tlie newspaper account 01. Milwaukee aftd return will bo placed on The ohlv line runninj: solid train with choicss daughter made ;..ii,l,.ril,le attention, too. Mv 7. Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Car to jack. for return Jjf Any person can ret one of Slaughter's resoit of the satne name ? i' tn fourdajs cis tit wit hi .lit in - trr .ih.. uassoi passcn. " " u. unniuiA. .l 10 " -- J8ti at OHU fore for the round t'lese machines by sending uliutn circulars by ad Tliere araa number of such lesorts not 8(ferably more chivalry than beauty, "" gersor baggage. atifsville, (J or can Co Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Deeatnr can learn 10 use 111c macnino far from town am(litis quite a treat to but then beauty is not everytbinand its' trip for a s'iiikIo tic Ket. a still lower mi dressing them FIlorence Memphis and ARKANSAS points streak I ,,o it were, ...... "Bnetid a scarcity was. easily overlooked. in one hour. A this is my first lucky be benefit l."ll VH rate will be nude lor parties of Uo or Shortest and quickest to Annislon Slm, ...-w , ., r ! iiss sVliniKivc mv srerience, hoping others nay bile Direct connections made at NKW'oR l k"w.,?.1 ""'A8. !Lt" t "!." JI0'! niore traveling toother ou one ticket, ted as mil' has have been forenoon or an afternoon seeinti the I KAN'S without omnibus transfer for (ialvest'n M. O. MORKHKAD. Your truly, ' Houston, Austin, Detaile'1 iormitio" 'ill be furnislie.l .,.., ,'li8 communlcation.niy correspond- siuhts they allord. on application to of Queen and Unfortunately for invself I struck at ence from hereabout may be said to end. LIQUOR HAB TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. DRONKENNESS-TH- E M.. otnv iii Ifnl. RnriiiLM hftHhemiua nlpus- rnnli. IhimaniK... .i.v i St In all tho World there 1b but one ..... i.n.,l ........... 1. ..!,.... ,.!.. t...... 9 cure, Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. be'r of agnostics and spiritualists an.l Yo uleet "' Crescent is the shortest and tpiickest 3i It can be given in a cup of tea or cofTee without some heated discussions are between New Orleans and Cincinnati, in.!' taking it, effectinij a enKaed the knowledge of the person whether the patient HUSTONVTLLE, KY. speedy and permanent cure, Tliat portion of us who have proper treated me both courteously and kindly, the only linesoiith of the Ohio river run is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. who have done much for my delec-- j ninj; coniartnient sleepinj: cars, in Are still in the business and ready to do any TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. who for our Maker ami some respect for and Thousands of diunkards hive been cured , I am very thankful, thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full To For through rate correct county maps and full have taken the Golden Specific In their collee ourselves object very seriously to practiCally a state-anbelieve they the ration. thosethem hava read my letters. ' whU.h a wctlon stock of Cases and Caskets oi all kind and Robes information cull on Agent at Junction CitT. Kv their knowledge, and without who to :., of every description. Our hearse, which it nearly or address " PRANK V. WOOI.LeV buit drinking of their owu freewill. No controversies with which that class speak uninterestinR though tbev have been, t room. Vv,.itnr tr, ami service If, new can be obtained on short notice. Mr. rosult from its administration. Cures i jav. rass. rtgt., l.exingtOB. Kt lite train othcials make a trip over this Green has chanreotrur business and will J. show Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. of religion and thu religious and we fre deep gratitude). in C.C. ItARVBY v. u. r.invAKDS. ' our good to any one needing anything in out dress in confidence Colors Specific Co., i3j quently turn a deaf ear to their criti line a comfort and a delight. O.P.JfcT.A.; E. 0. W. toe Cia.I2r.ati, O UtacStrtet. Cincinnati. O, 4tt IUncuno Matt hmrle- ynunu mares FOB. SALS! -; m, , ! lHter, ITOTICE. IOE,-ICjou-vinif h sln-h- le reK-ala- r - - , 111 l.l-- . 1 For Sale Farm For Sals, 1 16-- Unlf-starvc- d, ctoe-tiste- i Tl Twenty d of'cul-tlrati.- m . to-da- j j NEWC0M3 f HOTEL. Spe-e. d-j j I 1 . 1 iniiu-niiiu- I e . - i;j ul . C. I C2lOW A-- Pincvllle, Kentucky. v I j pre-sil.iv- ii 1 1 ; - " ... - a . 1H- - . . m 1 ice-col- d i bk' - - - life-lik- 1 27- hrt-cla- ss j worm-renowne- d A. E. GIBBON'S, P e MLL I j ( well-know- n ' - A-(- t; POSTED. s . t; tulj-e- st j P.-.- ..--- .: 1 1 1- w.- ,,,--, - 1 ivv- - COOK'S .1 1! SFBrllTGS. ri j . Farm For Sal. 1 healtli-Kui- J ' ... I -- 1 n -. con-pa- : . v- u-.- ."s .... x i j tuni-lin- ........... r - ( I. I . uiu-uuoi- '' """ .. -- H- -l ' -- 511 I I 1 . SIOV-V-M.I- ol THE MYERS HOUSE SI,-(H- I, near-hote- ls t an-"thc- r. he-sha- re ' ma,n,-u-,e- n o-- wzeJTM" IH1 , J mi sssssssli ts "" "I i Pool and BilHardJParlorS I a Half-Acr- e, ! mys-hor- e, ItMiltl'MSrl) vtyteX&mfi r j&QAESgW imimmwfsamm&m mm . .71 1 ! 110 j - $50 REWARD , New York, Kostou, one-ha- J p - 1 ,ex-faiuo- 1 n 1 JtJ"" o! , V "l,n.'l "-- I ... KaisOctasssmnsci HjBIHHUBkJU ?! Vi r l .. .. I 'i. 1 j T-- ( Pn-ai-Mi- j (SSmJfJrtSS re-j;a- rd 1 S SrZfflE J. T. STJTTOIT sislHnsTHB7SrsHrTrr1 CO,;5"S irS&Zw&SJft"' t. IZZll a y d harmru-:de- t.t euar-antee- d. po-bo- w I jrf-l'- l r V Semi-Week- ly Interior journal Trsc24. 1890 A Stanford, Ky., W. V. WALTON. ;.. 6' . l-- i J ltisf ',: ;- ington and three rooms at that place close of Reed, who has been able to accomplish the many charges that have been were opened on licenses of $,000 each would To do we commuch of his devilment by the superior brought agaiti6t Judge Russell, he per year. to no control he has over himself, completely stay in jail an indefinite time if the conannounces 7. The Franklin Favorite V 7 ue. mi Have lost his temper and looked like the whip- tempt of the public were an ollense pun- bv authoritv the Hon. John S. Rhea for so week we ped cur that he was. It was a big victo- ishable with imprisonment. 10 1 Of VCrif dCSirablC goods. CUUl Ull attorney general. Senator John K. Hen- - uuiviui iu CLU an- ry for the democrats as well as for the to WisriiESTEii is in for it this week. The drick, of Livingston county, is also who were greatly elated over silver men, 01h tllP Wednesday and for three nou",:, to Out . , , , ri0 of their trouble begins the square and fair knock-dowdays and nights she will have the editopponents. ors from all over the State within her GlVC PUl SC will be i Oil Ullll tJlClJ Will becohie the gates. We hope and believe she will a grand bicvele tournament suggests that The Courier-JournIVC htlVe Gotten 1,,,'JJ On, fhn itpnn1ne en. at which 20 valuable prizes will bullOlll' fl'lCUdS. take a valu- have no occasion to regret their coming, Kentucky Tress Association awarded. so able pointer from the New York State but we shudder for Tom Stuart. The You Press Convention and urge the passage secretary has issued to the editors, their of of a libel law, "similar to the Minnesota wives and ladies a little ovr L'OO passes including his share of the stake, he that statute, with an amendment prohibiting and the meeting promises to be even is nearlv J),000 to the good after allow sharing in money obtain-- more largely attended than last year. nttornevs from ing for the price of Sainfoin. ed in successful suits." At the Owens-bor- o Mr. Stuart's flowery speech of invitation The firm of 1). Shanahan & Co., meetini: last year a copy of the is doing the business and now he is in which is composed of the father and two Minnesota statute, was presented and a for it. Poor fellow Main Street, Stanford, Ky, 31. sons, C. M. and I). A. Shanahan, large .Maiia-e- r. bill formulated for presentation to the Seiketaiiy Blaine is reported in the railroad contractors, have been awaided Kentucky Legislature. A committee New York Herald as a strong opponent the contract for the big Sweet Water, a Nebraska hamlet, was appointed to present it to that body, of the McKinley tariff juggle and as say- tunnel through the Rockies in Colorado. was literal wiped out of exitiic by a but if it ever did so it shared the fate of ing: "It is the most dangerous, if not It is to cost 1,000,000. tornado Saturday afternoon. Of its 100 the advertising law. It. is a pretty of Milton H. Smith, the most infamous, measure that was inhabitants, or les, a number were in- matter to get any bill of importance ever concocted by any party. If I were & Nashville road, was the Louisville through our Legislature, except a strong jured, but none killed. 1 would rather lose my made a flattering offer by the Richmond lobby, with plenty of cash, takes it in in the Senate Do not Sutler any Longer. right arm than to vote for it." As Mr. A West Point Terminal people to go to hand. Know day Blaine has more sense than the majority Richmond, Va., and take charge of their. Jwra .t... ins. thawn -lough can be cheiVl i.la a in . .......j ,Mt. w.r wwwwMiuii k. inr vifuni determin- of his party combined, the fellows who property. Although the salary Offered wtek, nut cherhy gdarantre I)r Acltr't Kjlih The Ohfo prohibitionists are , . , . , v.ou;n Ktracuy, 4nu win rtiunu ina atoacy 10 all and ,, jnetti, .ad do mot find ed to "catch 'em are monkeying as statesmen had better was a large one, ne reiuseu io WBO buy ukr )t They held a State convention last week listen to him before they inflict the ob The drivinu rod of an engino to an , "i1,"""" cc"r1' UrbJ r A K" pcn" -- their own noxious law upon the country. and in addition to express train on the Baltimore tv. Ohio) ' especial dogma, declared for a secret bal.. - Stntinil.i I'l.., Confirmoiir uui .njwwr.uvio Dr. Ack V""u"u """After being held down for three days Causing a wreck "' which Several persons tr' Enzlith matciutnt when vteaay tliat Rtmcdj in cery way tuperiur t lot, reduced hours of labor and a more iu any othiT prr)iraiion for the equitable division of profits with labor, Reed and his gang succeeded in getting were killed. Bishop Keane, f.l, .n.,.l, ,ank,,amlall whoopint C011Sh and croup, thruat and If it weollrr ou a aaapla IH,t for arbitration of all labor difi'ereuces, a back on top in the House, his hench- nli. r,.iv..ritv at. WilftllitmtOU. and ason "l'eV ' ,.... .......... ... Ho free Keoiemner lhi rtmcdT i told oa a pt tariff for revenue only, free coinage of men, who were absent, having respond- of Senator Ingijlls were among the dozen mvc guarantee, t A k Penny'. and put people who were injured. womaifsuf-frage- t ed to his appeals by telegraph, silver, service pensions and Tho'Flrat Symptoms Jof Death. thinks that in an appearance, thereby giving him a The Courier-JournSupervisor Spencer states that the Tirrd feeling, dull headaclic. (tain in varum . majority ready an 1 willing to ilo'his bid- population of Louisville is 1S0.000 in part of Ihe tody. unlintf at iKe pit of Ike it is a pity they failed to say what should And We Have Iut of appetite, fcvtrnhnt, ptmpinior iort- flower or settle the ques- ding. It was after their arrival and not round numbers, which is an increase of are jII poiitue idt nee of pottoned b ood. No be the national now it became prnteneJ it mnl I parinl matter tion as to the whereabouts of Moses till then, that Reed was able to refer the over 44 per cent, in 10 years. The su-- 1 toanid death Dr Atker'i Hturlitb IMod Kliair free coinage bill to his stocked commit pervisor at Cincinnati gives her :WO,000, " never faiieJ to remove rofm or jrph.iitic when the light went out. Sold under pontive guarantee at A K, poion tee and then.be had to do it by the prean increase oi oniy it per rcuny. The woods of that hopelessly republi- scribed method and not by stealth, as he winch's cent. Tiie returns snow uiut --ulurr. Dr. Acker'8 Enfflleh Pills can district, the 11th, are full of candi- originally tried. City proper has l.tUr,'.':!. 1'liilailelptnn Are active, effective and pure For tick hca4-- 1 .Indue Fin ley in Condates to succeed afhc, dlwrdfrt-- ttomsih, loot of appetite, bad ... r Ofi n .ontpleK)n and biliomiiek. they have a ever been John D. WmrE threatens to run fori iahu.ihw ana ijomoii tti.i-- u. gress. We haven't the space to publish Far le by re- - equated either in AmerKuor abroad. The Court of Appeals has again Mc!i'8,.IIoyK' A. K. Penny, DratiSKt the full lUt of them, but the fact that appellate clerk as an "unnominated rfc. ., .1. .. ij.i.,. .!....:.:.. :I" .1... .i.iu.k s.f .iwiih me- uwc ui ver. ell llie uetlSIUII Finley will be a candidate and so will publican" and professes to believe that That Terrible Cough W. Coppage vs. the L. iV N. for the killMr. Wilson, now the representative from he will win. If such is really his belief hurried or difikult breathiog. In the ing of his son while attempting to boa id raiting moruin;, tichtncM in the ihoat quickened phlegm, the 10th district, but hereafter to be con- we are satisfied that he is sadly mispuUe, chillmci in Ihe evening or weau at alcht a moving train in Marion county. The all or any of thctelhinz are the flrtt itaaca fined to the 11th, is enough to insure a taken. The colonel is an erratic genius, Dr lower court irave the tather damages, but contumpnon. .. Acker' . ..Kac lh Couirh Kwoe ,.. .. .11 .. l warm time. These two gentlemen do albeit a most clever gentleman, but if he ry milt iciim xn,rv'v1, n la- WMft the higher court held that the deceased under a iura inn. guarantee by A. K. Fenny pottuve not love each other over much and the makes the race he will find to his sorleft no widow or child and the action Dru;itt. way they will make the fur fly will be a row that he is very decidedly a back under the statute could not be maintainThe failed to work on number. caution. Hurrah for Wiison I ed. The last legislature tried to change Mrs. George Thomas, of Clark county, The original package decision is cauE- - this statute, but it failed to do so. who was bitten by a mad dog two Since he has seen on what small pre ' in Iowa. Judges, Rreat corf.-iio- n text,' or for that matter no pretext at all, The project to erect colossal eques- mouths ago, and she died ui hydrophothe republican House ib kickingout dem- like doctors, differ, no two construing it trian statues to Liens. Grant and Lee, on bia, last week. Salvator And Tennv, the two favor- ocratic members and civin;: their seats to alike, and frequently iu the same case Pinnacle Mountain, Cumberland Gap, is entirely different decisions are rendered. assuming definite shape. About 5l'0,000 iw in the Suburban, which was wun bv members of their party, who were sno e lormer, nave ocen matcne.i lor a race ed under at the polls, some by more than Those who want a drink, however, find has already been subscribed, and otfers the" same and get roaring drunk, to ., BY RECENT PURCHASES OUR STOCK ,OF assist have been received from promi-- 1 10,000 majority, tho Little Red Hog is it all Ule Jcckev CIub eaid to be kicking himself daily because while the lawyers and judges are fighting nent men all over the country. One of oqo. the statues is to face North, the other he did no contest for .McCreary's seat. over the law. She Was Completely Cured. He might now have been a Gov. MiCt.eaky took a prominent part South, and the foundation is to rest in ' A daughter ol iny lutioiuer kullsred from mi- -boundary pretted mentiruntiflii aud her health wat coib' Congressman, instead of a second-clasin the proceedings in Congress last week, the triantrhtA formed bv the piletely wrecked At mv uccetlon the una one line of three States Kentucky. Tennes-- . 'xittle of Ilr.iilfield' Female Regulator, whn h census supervisor at ;1,000 a year, if he which gave Bulldozer Reed such a black-bairgmia. The plan originated Wrile the infield Rec. Co.. Atlanta. Ga , (or eye. The governor is one of the finest with the patriotic and enterprising peo- - pnkulara sold ty all IruR.itti parliamentarians in the country and his The Barbour ville Xews says there is a word on'any .question touching the law pie of Middlesboro. citidesire on the part of its best a pretty good day for Friday was THE 5TH EXHIBITION governing legislative bodies is taken at zens to have Judge J. H. Tinsley become the hangman. Josiah Potts and his wife par in Congress and elsewhere. a candidate for clerk of the Court of Apwere 6trung up on the same scaffold at GINGHAM0, OUTING FLANNELS, peals. The judge is a republican, but a The democrats of the 0th district elect- Elko, New, for murder. Mrs. Potts' monstrous clever man, besides being a ed Senator Dickerson Saturday bv a last words were "Ciofi help me, I am inthoioughly capable one. He is very small majority. The vote was very nocent," to which the old man respondpopular too wherever he is known and light. Rardin carried Newport, but ed, "God knows we are both innocent.'' could come about as near giving Mr. the county went pretty solidly for Dick- Another innocent man, according to h 8 LoDginoor a race as any man in his erson. story, was hung at Belleville, Ont. His party. last words were also, "I am innocent, 0 NEWS CONDENSED WiiiU Hell . t help me PL" Fritz Dubois, at Que Harrods-burMb. F. D. SroTswooD, of the D. W. Jones has been appointed bec, aloiusacknowledged his crime, the Democrat, sees all the souvenir ediat Red Ash, Whitley county. murder of his wife, and prayed that he tions and goes them one better. His '24 Henry Clay, Jr., aged !2, and the might meet her in heaven. Is more complete than any time this season. page i6sue of the 20th, beautifully print- father of a large family, is dead in BourBucklen's Arnica Salve ed and profusely illustrated, is a thing of bon. for belt ?With a s beauty and a joy forever to the lovers of have been established at The ulcers,alveHin the world torea, cuti, bruii, rheum, feer letter, chapBesides it is of in- Ashbrook, Anderson county, and Brax- lorei, ped handi, chllblaint, corns and all klr trup the art preservative. tloni and poutively cures piles, or no pay requfr BIG PREMIUM estimable value to its town and county, ton, Mercer county. ed. It it guaranteed to Kive perfect talufactior, Trice 35 cents per tea. or money refunded as it Bets forth in a pleasing manner its A homing pigeon turned lose at St. For tale by A K I'ennv, itanlord, Ky. For particulars and catalogue addrets varied resources and advantages. Louis at 0:10 reached Cincinnati at &10. Electric Bitters. J R. COOK, Secretary, The distance is 302 miles. and o Many of our exchanges are making u becoming so This Tho president has appointed Judge popularremedyneed no special well known All who jiMd Huttcnville, Ky. mention as to favorable comment on the candidacy of Wm. Lindsay one of the commissioners nave uted Electric Hitter sing t same torn? ot OLD nr lise A purer medicine docs not exist and it is Hon. 11. C. Warren for State auditor, to the World's Fair. Electric guaranteed to do all th.it is claimed highly as I.lver and which we appreciate fully as Billy Miller, said to be 103 Hitters will cure all dcast.k of theSalt Itheum and EE&THBRFQRD Uncle Pimples, HOTEL. he could possibly do. Wo will repro- years of age, died in Pulaski last week. other will remove caused by"oils. blood Mill impure affections number of the notices in ournext He fought in the war of 1812. i KV, Malaria from the svtem and prevent as HUSIOXVILLE. duce a drive . well as cure all Malarial Fevers. For a cure of and continue them as may be necessary. engineer of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Elec- P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor, John B. Davis, Entire satisfaction tfauranteed or tho Confederacy at Richmond, died at tric Hitters PrKe 50c jnd it ptr bottle monev refunded Having lejsed th above hotel.'rcfitted and re- life and in death they were United in A. K Penny's drut store Jeflersonville, Ind, aged 72 years. Are headquarters for furnished, I am prepared to accommodate the pub divided Mr. and Mrs. Potts, who not CJ00J style Kates reasonable lic m A mob took Ned Haskins, "charged A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. Sample Kooms attached Livery and were hung together on the same scaffold with attempted rape, from the jail in It wai jini an ordiiury tcrap ol rapping-last &o. at Elko, .Nov., Friday, for the murder of Lunenburg county, Va., and castrated per, but it saved her lifetold hhe was in the that by phytuiant Junes of consumption, HOUSE, e an old peddler, whom they also rob- him. could only live a short she was incurable and wiiched less than jo pounds On a piece of Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Huy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel bed. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, A company of New York and Eas- wrapper paper she read of Dr Kinc s New ; it helped her, she and got a sample bottle Harbison is said to have declared that tern capitalists have secured options on bouiihtaUrgebottr It helped her more, bought London, Kentucky. Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no fait, continued its Uieand acres of land at Shakertown, Mer- another and grew betterrosy plump weighing mo 1,200 he will not be a candidate have moved to my new Hoteland am Letter is now strong healthy, than ever to For fuller particulars He is wise enough to read the handwrit-iBo- n cer county, for $30,000 and intend to rounds. drugglit, Fort Smith. send itamp to of ood Livery attached accommodate the public, plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to and every convenience deTrial bottles wall and ive up in place of open stone quarries and a huge summer this wonderful dUcovr'y Irte at A. It. Peony s sired. Give me a call. the do good work, or no sale. A sk your neighbor. FRANK RILEV. 77 resort. Drugstore. kicked out j n Roger Q. Mills, of Texas. The Speaker Bought to sneak the free coinage bill, apasted by the Senate, out of the reach of the House by consigning it to a hostile Ji'iioK lti$Ei.L fined Col. John D. Fo- committee he had appointed for the pur- gle t-- 0 and sent him to jail six hours for iurp. hut.- Mr. Mills demanded that the I journal be read, when the surreptitious contempt in refusing to tile the affidavits work was discovered ami against tne of ceitain parties, swearing the judge otl strong protest of Ked and his lieute- the bench in the trial of a case. At the nant, corrected. The democrats could end of the six hours, Col. Fogle signified not have done it by themselves, but his willimrness to surrender the papeis, $500,000. s there were a sufficient number of repub- saying the judge had him in his power The law prohibiting licans, tired of the acts of the Czar, who for the time being, but he would hear repealed by the city council to rebel. from him in the future. Judging from embraced the opportunity pool-room- Si'eakkk Rked, who ha-- so far nill the House iu a despotic manner, with nothing to disturb his own sweet will, got his first knock-ou- t the other day and of doing it belone to the Hon. the honor l j the State met at Louisville Friday and decided to engage Dr. John A. Hrooks, on their late candidate for ticket, to accompany Mrs. ,Toephine ' Hiirv, the nominee for appellate clerk A nn n ctiiinnini' tnnr nf tilt' State r'"r "v this, ol roun-- will wkb money, which will have to he raised by private eontri- Imtion. There will nut, however, much ' t, cum nf fi riltji v tmm this nnnnrv- - Oiir liro . ... l a.w.i. .....j ny. are 1101 imur, mm nioiuonisis They can talk prohibition and make a great ado, but the mention of money has been known to break up more than one conulave of the "I am Holier than Thou" crowd. t ; few of the leading prohibitiontetsof 1 j e ' ., .j. The disappearance of the peak of) Mt. Shasta, the noted California mountain, is the subject of much wonder ami discussion. A cyclone swept over a portion of Illinois, Fridav, doing incalculable dam- age and killing 15 people at KarlvHleand 1" at Pawpaw, Haggin, the owner of Salvator, -, in said to have won on the race bets in addition to the SP.'.OOO that the horse won. The committee has favorably report- ed the bill to pay Cien. T. T. Uarrard $i:l,7M50 for his salt works destroyed by the Federal army. The entombed miners in Dunbar have not yet been reached. There is very little hope that anything save trumpet can revive them. Powell Crosley has secured a perpet- lease on Pike's Onera House build ual ing, Cincinnati, at an annual rental of Si'O.oOO, with the privilege of purchase at 0 , ' lia-briel'- s EXTRAORDINARY The Extraordinary Sale now in At our Store is a Great j was at Cov- ufww, j.run(c, arptis, uatiing, iyc. lie make it an invariable rule to sell at the every season the entire slock on hands of goods suitable for one season only. this are pelled nmke extiaor dinar y reductions in price, matter what the loss nuuj inese reductions been made large this are that an immense early visit will enable you take the cream from these bargains ran. where mate your moneu the fdrthrv in '.llP not uj-l.,- , Sale for YOU if you are in need of moment MJlKING Mid-Summer ! Dry Goods, Clothing, giv-,C- al 1 rZSTrZ'; "Buck-Ivanhoe" vice-preside- good things a fast hn.tl A,,! ing theimnonejj. Never before did the people show themselves Strings them tips offrus. can sight if Vlly avnreeia- - 7. ! THE LOUISVILLE STORE SALINGER, i -- difii-cu- lt -- -- ..u . m SPRING CLOTHING. i ....ll.., rrr t , I aic tu-ach- , Our Goods are Now All In al AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT Hue of P.ints. s a 1 d . and Children's Suits, Lilit and Dark Colors, Sacks and Frocks; also large (1 ' .L-- -- I -- .- -- STAGG & McROBERTS. mad-ston- e i v -- ,,, fv so.OOO-a-yea- r s - ' I d, ( C.-J- Hustonville Fair -- g Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, &c, SEVERANCE & SON. post-maste- r July 22, 23 and 2 -- Posto-flice- LIST. o Kid-ney- s, ex-chi- ef HIGGINS jyVTKINNEY nrtt-cia- st 0 time-sh- THE 1 RILEY Hardware, Groceries, Stovee, Salt,Z.ime, r r forre-electlo- -... i..fy.'.jfl.-,1---. ii- - Nemi-Weekl- y Interior Journal Jt'Ni: 24. 1800 Itixiimt twine and machine oil for sale liv J. 11. Koster. win- - Stanfohd, Ky U.C.WALTON, MEANS i!uv wire screens for doom and . lows of Siho tfc .Mem-fee- Dr.v.v was arrested by Marshal Xewland for lunacy Saturday and w6 placed in the hands of n guard till yes- Will I FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Finest Caramel Syrup, just received DUBiManacer BUSINESS. nt A. A. Warren's "Model Grocerv." I .wi agent for the Whiteley twino binder ami mower, the best in the world. I. wwu.tii'h .(tardea Seeds, fresh and .1. X. Menefee. genuine. A. H. IVnny. All kinds of machinery nnd farming Watciiks and jewelry repaired nnd implements repaired in best manner by Penny. . arrnnted. A. K. The best place, to buy drills, patent C. 11. St. Clair, Rowland. medicines nnd toilet articles is at A. It. Penny's. Hkward. A gentleman dropped slo liuv your school book?, ink, tablets, Sunday, a fit) and a bill, for which paper, jeneilH and school supplies of all he will pay a liberal reward if brought kinds from A. It. Pennv. to this olii'ce. f ' PERSONAL POINTST rela- Mis Montk lUiuus is visiting tives at Huckeye. Mils. 11. Piiiesti.kv is vihitinu in Ulns Tub Williamsburg Times 6ays that Dr. by a bolt of ligiituing and remained unconscious for ' minutes or more. W. M. Plain wns stunned fr Tub crew that shot at Section Hoss Cummingson the Corbin Branch, after ther's at, Crab Orchard, yesterday. he hail opened the tire, has been susMia. J. 1. llui'ci: with Hob and Lena, pended, pending an investigation by the GO TO. are spending the week at Male's Well. railroad authorities. Maj. N. I'orri returned yesterday from a trip to Itichinond and Cincinnati. Di:ru. A little daughter of Mr. W. t HH. J. K. Pituitnnd Mrs. (.5. C. Kel0. Watts, of lJovle, died Saturday while ler have taken a cottage nt Hale's on a visit to the family of James Pambo, Well. near Highland. She had inflammatory ( MODEL GROCERY" Wim. N. Ciiaih. Will Uurton and the rheumatism and typhoid fever. College boys are ut home other Centre Foit Cvsn. On and after July 1 we 'again. will do a strictly cash business and thoH) Piiok. T. 11 Ci.km.anii, of Washburn, on inn us accounts are earnestly 111., was visiting his sister, Mrs. A. U. peisons requested to settle them at the earliest Kastland. H)s3ible date. Co in best ii Allen, liveryMiis. W. (i. Wku-i- i wont downtol-ob-hnuyestenlay to visit Mrs. Honodict men, Hustonville. Spalding. Tin: superintendent of the Knoxville Mil. ami Miw. 15. P. Owsley, of Division, Mr. P. T. Downs, says that are spending the week ut the there is no foundation for the report Myers House. that the firemen were getting rendy to Mil. StfC Hauims was callwl to l'lne-vill- strike. Ho is not aware that there is Friday, to attend the bedside of a oven a grievance. Car-Losick grand'ithild. Six persons living in Stanford have read 31 lie. J. 1'. Sammfku and her daughported to us that the enumerators have ters, Misses Mary anil Lutie, wont to skipped them, but as the work is not Middlesboro yestenlay. complete yet we will wait for a tune Just received by Mil, ToMitiitT Mauti.v has gone to Dr. with patience before we say that the men Chciinult's Sanitarium nt l,exington to be are not doing their duty. treated for nervousness. Miis. W. G. Su.a and Miss Oru are Tub Diy WbCbikmiutk On account of the 1th of .Inly the (jueeii & Credent Dealer in b k, after a delightful visitto Mrs.i-ala'- s Koutewill sell excursion tickets between mother, at Logamnort, hid. Mb. J. P. Ahnolii, of (iarrard, parsed nil stations at one fare for the found trip; through to Midillusboro, Friday, where tickets on sale July 3 it I; goal for return until July 7th, inclusive. be goes to get into business. Cor. Main and Somerset streets. Mini K tk Cook.ouu of the sweet girl Oivi.vo to certain financial arrangeNEW AI)VEKTIEMES1S Tiiciir will be an auction sale of lots ments made by the board for numerous Colgraduates of Hustonvillo Christian in the new addition to Xirholasville, permanent improvements of lege, is with Miss Louise llniloy. the College Miss Lillie Mii.luh. of Hirhinond. is known as Duncan Heights, July Mb. buildings, the lease of Prof. Hubbard advantages liny v.MtingMiss Mary Xewland and both j Nicholasxille oilers superior been extended two years, making it both as a place of rriidonce and for seven yenrs or five more before A mcctinc or the uckholdtr of thr Carpenter attended the opening hop at Hales it exhiihiucs and manufactories and invest- - pires. A verandah is to bo placed on Hustonville Station turnpike rcwd uill be held Well. K , on Green at Having secured the services of ,. ... t.. . i l ' . i .ee iiuuce m the chapel end of the building and other at the itweof J j.itiSyo lor the Huitunville, fleeting r.t ih,. ' ors siiuum iiivvfciigair. purpos ol Saturday, July .mm., v V. .'!.. ..' a President and lloiril of Director for the entiling liiis isue. needed additions made. year Miie, reiurneu nome aumiay, nuoi eu J K HAUOHMAN. I'rei ltiiiHii'V!LLE is elatd over the fact eral days' visit to hur mother, Mrs. KHon I am now fully prepared to do AUCTION' SALE that oil was struck at a depth of 010 feet TiiEHt: are already a few guests at Crab Jones. fc Improvement Miis. ItKL'iiMN I5.VMI.CMA.V and Mltfl Lie-n- e by the Company Orchard Springs, but the regular opening Pea-Ic- y went down to Springfield boring an Hrtesian well. , The expert ing will not occur till the 1st. Mr. Sam Saturday to pay .Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hund- driller has pronounced it to be as good Holtnan was here yesterdny and said he go on the road the first of next ley a visit. as any found in Pennsylvania, and the would week. The report that Mr. J. C. King W. F. MiClaii) and Miss Alice only place he has found the Pnor. AND would not be with th? company this year At Nicholasville, Ky., Stuart will attend the state Teachers' sandstone outside of Pennsylvania. is, wv are glad to know, untrue. 1). II. tn the new Addition Association, which begins at Frankfort tthe Cit known Duncan The sulphur well in the rear of Mr. Kdmibtun will be head clerk and Miss Hght, tomorrow. and family have M. D. Kl mote's store ha gotten to be Annie McLaughlin will he general man On Mi:. W. J. July 8, 1890, All work warranted and promptly done. moved to this place from Stanford. Mt. the most popular place in town. The ager. Commencing nip u Veruon Signal. And Stanford regiots water is delightfully cool and invigoratTin: Advocate blowed a little in i'H ing and nil who drink it claim that they last issue because a Centre College nine very much to lose thein. C The Nioholaiille Contract and Mim. John T. U no and child and Mr. are benefited. Mr. iilmore very cleverly came up here and waxed what it called hnw Dunhated the vutiful farm of Mr. Kokcrt ' on supplies ail who come, but, unless he the I.VTKitlOH Jouu.VALft 124 to 4. The Duncan, n the die oi Nichlat ille, K. W. Hochexter arrived front Dallas, turnpikex, anu in reten. two rmlroaat anil of tuts some ehnrge on it, we fenr his good fact of the business is there were only cinecr have laid it ulf into iietl. avenue and Texas, Saturday, and are the guests Within thu addition may be found lonet(uari' nature will be Capt. and Mrs. K. T. Pochester. three of the regular I. Js. in the uine, ly hill and dales wooded parlf and sra lwn springs of clenr water and an artificial lake, whuh Miss Pattik Gbntuy, who has been ted. will The L. N. contiuuus w war with the rest being picked up without regard w lien conpl rowlac, he ailmnaLly adipieit tor at well a. for atr attending Mrs. Hreckinridgo's school at i the Knoxvilly, Cuinberlainl Gap A Louis to their ability to play, in order not to tivhine ami lor mami&KturiHE parpoacc No more delishtful Danville, is spending her vacation with ' ville milroitil by ttiarini: up nil twitch disappoint tho visitors who had come on aitef for ritidenct tan he found an where in Kentuckj. Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall her brother, Mr. Chris V. Gentry. Kxieliunt craded chool wien twihera frt 10 connections with it nnd belt roads at short notice. in the year. months MhsX. A. Tyiikb and Mauley leave Miiitllesboro. The Court of Appeals Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Tiik alumni'- meeting at Stanford Niiholavill has no city indebtedness; taxes this morning for Richmond and Win- - i'.ivi tlic Ittir rrmil tht riL'ht to list the very low; not a vacant house Rents are high College, Saturday, was quite large Jewelry and Silverware. i demand the city is growing rapidly Chester to visit relative!, and Miw Alpha ,IIirftn-.i,,u timmd nt ly attended and much enjoyed. The or and hou- past has demonstratedin Nicholasvilleprofits that larv? and the prop will be made hy investment for UlwKow to visit Mrs .1. M. Itruee. Ule north porW) aml ar,. tlier,.by oru. viuiiation of an alumim- association was crt) Kememberthe day, Tuesday. July 8 C. Boslky, in the junior Terms of Snle afc, balance in one Muni!.. . to iiuiti ,mo the ell'ected and officers elected as follows. and two ' jtar with o per ent Interest from date i :.us at Centre Colleue, C. II. Holmes in President, Mrs. Forestus Held; 1st lit order oilne ivirnoiasviue lomraci una in Railroad The HKUVAIUII, i'res J hop Mt Halo's Well Friday niplit V. II. Jjliankn in the Tin: vestment Co the sophomore and Mis. W. II. Higgins; 2d II IIOOVEH. Sec'y Ireshman, each received honorable men was attended by a 1.uku crowd, which Miss Mary Alcorn, and secrePrescriptions Care Prompt Attention enjoyed itself till a late hour. About a tionin one or more studies. tary and treasurer, Miss Florence Kstes. Ir.. J. Mom.AS Sims who recently doren couples went from town and all The object of the organization is to bring given to Engravgraduated with the llrst honor from ttie repoit a huge time. The supper was a the graduates closer together for the purfully Compounded one, domi: full justice to Mrs. Louisville Tniversity of Medicine, left splendid pose of social and intellectual pleasures. acknowledged culinary ing and Repairing last week for Owensboro, where he will Mpoonamore's An entertainment and a banquet are on Cnurier.Journal. The doctor is ' ability. Salter's orchestra, which had loonti'. at all hours, day th programme. of Watches, Clocks been playing all the season for Prof. n on of Mrs. Mary Sims, of this place. The race for magistrate in the Crab Chaiu-kH. Holmki, son of Mrs. son's class, was nble to furnish good mu Orchard precinct is growing and Jewelry. Lottie Holmes, formerly of Stanford, wbb sic and to keep it up till the last couple and night. There are 1:1 contestants for the office, reluctantly left. awarded tho Henry llarret ttoyle prize including the great Fontaine Fox Dob being the a handsome gold watch-f- or TlIK Stanford Female College, whose Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. scholar in tho the sophomore ann0l,ncellient appears in thi8 issue, will bitt, whose ambition seems to be on the best Latin B.H. DANKS, Jeweler, J S WELLS, Ph. G. Presc.Clk. sliding scale, Jordan Peter Chandler, J cIrps, Centre College. TJns is a verydis open s,I)teinber 1( witl, n 8)endid fac N W. I. L. A. Chappell, II. 15. Karris, W. A. Carson, tinguished honor indeed. ult..f ,.ngllge jjV President J. M. Hub Mu. J. F. Walton, who received tlie'lmril with special reference to its ability nnd so on. They had a big speaking Mam Street, Opp STANFORD, Ky. Z. degree of A. B.JIat Centre College last nml aptneM 5n teaching the schools to Saturday night, when personalities took charges and week, was here a day or two ago wear-- wh,ch Mch Jg nf,sij.ne(i. prof Hubbard the place of argument and splendid gold watch nnd chain pre .g tieterminc,i t0 makt. the school second counter charges passed for oratory. Joring a sented by his cousin, Miss Lucy Quisen t0 nono jn the State and if its natural dan Peter states it ns an absolute fact whose) names berry, in token of her appreciation of the ,m(ronH wUi (i0 tileir ,uty nn institution that two of the candidates, are withheld, can neither read nor write. .. hard work he did during tho session. ,,.... ,, -. ,.,,, r lliat win h,. th - nr:,ift of , Andy Yates and Henry A w.wiNiNt). the whole section. This office is now enCITY AD WCINITY"" gaged in getting out his catalogue, which Logan were jailed Sunday, the former A Suro Curo for all Dibeases In CI 'f- -t Nicest lu1'fy nnd ice crain sets for75c will be a very neat and comprehensive for drunkenness and the latter for being one. nt S. SMv'ers drunk and oisorderly. Before Judge Sjf .'- There was a fearful Carson yesterday each was fined $5. Collision. iEW Ghibswnre and Jelly Glaises at wreck of freight trains on the Cincinnati They both sworo that they got their A. A. Warren V. o have Sunday. Southern Saturday afternoon, near Mc- - whisky at . Arising from Imparities of the Blood, and O.nb mowing machine in 'good repair Kinney. The local going North left the heard frequent complaints that at least "WE9"" from Functional Derangements. for sale by J. U. Fostor. nro virtually open o latter place to pass the through freight nt two of the g: j j"2tL? -through freight ex all day Sunday. This is in direct violaThe public sale of lots in Barbourville Moreland and the local A DEAD SHOT ON WORMS, AND A CERTAIN at McKinuey. tion of both tho Statu and town laws, the pected to pass the will occur on the 5 and 20. licences shall be Both were wrong in their calculations latter providing that PREVENTION OF HOG CHOLERA. To liuv the best watches lor the for they met under full headway on a forfeited when it is shown that the hold For nalcbvA. R, I'ennjr, Drucciit. Stanlord; W C Ilailey, General Merrbanilite. Turnertville; c ers sell on Sunday. TllO failure Of S.I - Season opens June It with a f.rand Hop on N & U Jones, Mt Salem, W L McCaity, Druggut, Klngsville: C C Oooch ,fc Co Wayucjburc; curve on the old Uurton place with money, call on Ilotart Fenzel. "day eve. June jo. Ilance called at jo narp, W It MiPhenon, Rowlaud; J . Routcn, DrugsiM, Milledjreville- l... ..... - .c Arthur 7elller, DrujrEUt, n . effect. Like fighting horses the en- iiwiiiuciiivui'oviiuii.v lnn- ! v,..u nf. Ketliiced rate lor ooard a:d cottages tin jui tst Crab Orchard, W H CummiDg.F General Merchandise, Preachertyille;F J. A Williami, Druggist, Hkn frCit is as scarce hero as hen's gines reared up in their ellort to demol- the principal reasons that their business McKinney; C H Halter, General Merchandoe, Highland KATr.J FOR hOAKU rXOM jtLY ut: $6.oo . What's the matter with the ish each other and stood on their stem is regarde'd in such nn odious light by Per Week teeth. " Day iw henb? Meal 50 ends, while the cars piled in shapeless many. A worn 10 me wise is sumciem. Cottage Rent, per week 5.J0 Our town authorities have the hint. Let over them. Strange to sny ' ..acoo " " Month Old gold and silver taken in exchange confusion them keep their eyea Bkinnetl and de....... 3.00 .. Week were hurt, though clare every license forfeited in which any Horict fed, per uay.... .. .7. .......... 50 for goods. Full value allowed. Kobert none of the trainmen &Cm&Uiu A. L.SPOONAMORE, W fill imfirmJlL. of the condition! are violated. they made 6ome very narrow escapee. Fenzel. Mil. W. .M. O'Hiiya.v went to her fa- n m Hus-tonvill- e, e, A. K. Denny sold to .Teste and Monmules nt ?110. terday, but he had not been returned at te Fox 10 W. A. Hail sold to(teo. Vaughn 11 last accounts. shoatB, averaging 141 pounds, nt 3 cts. lo JKUHKK-- .Mies Kate iogie, suA. T. Xunnelley bought of H. U. perintendent of common schools, re Baughtnan 17 hogs, averaging 138 lbs., quests us to say that as the first Friday at 3 cts. in July falls on the 1th, a legal holiday. hor acres of clover to she will hold the first examination of graze or cut. S. A. Middleton, Crnb Orwhite teachers on Saturday, July 5th. chard, Ky. Hon. G. A. Lackey sold to Mr. Coste Pblibvi.nu that it will be advantageous his black stallion fv Lyle to the purchaser as well us ourselves, we will begin on July 1 to sell exclusively Wilkes for $400. M. F. Elkin bought of W. P. Tnte, for cash. Persons indebted to ui will F. Ileid and E. P. Woods a lot of fat please come forward and their accounts. Weatherford it Cook, Huston- young cows nnd heifers at 3 cts. Covington, Arnold & Pro. have purville, Ky. chased oO.OOO pounds of wool this eason oi the Mt. Ver- at L'l cent?. Richmond Pegieter. W. It. CitKss, non Signal and an exix;riunced teacher, of J. B. Embry bought 10 has accepted the principalship of the Xo. 2 wheat from J. S. HnwkiiisS: Co.at Waynesburg Seminary, the fall term of 75 cents per bushel. Jessamine JourWe which will begin next month. nal. hope and believe the arrangement will J. L. Dawson, Sr., sold to D. X. be mutually satisfactory. Prewitt 75 Iambs, 7.1 lbs. nverage at 5 nnd J. T. Hnckley sold same 14 of 91 lbs. A wsi'ATi ii says that George D. an old citizen of Danville, died weight at 5J. Cncle Bob won the American Derby there Saturday night of consumption. nt Chicago over a field of seven, 1 J mile", covnty in He was born in Lincoln He was at one time quite prominent in Santiago 2d, Kingebury 3d, time 2:55). political circles, and made a race for the It was worth S1S.000. George Hanking, of the Chicago staLegislature on the republican ticket. ble, has purchased Uncle Bob from Sam 1MB lNTBiMoit Jot'ii.NAt.s are arranging tjryant for f5,000 cash, $2,000 to be addfor a week's tour, to begin July 7th. ed if he wins the American Derby, nt They will get their nine together, which Chicago. was so invincible last season, and play Tate k Citron bought the past week Winchester, Mt. Merling, Paris, Lexing- 140 lambs at 3 and 5 cents; 25 head of ton and other cities, continent that they butcher cattle nt 2J and 3c; 00 hogs at 3 can do up any amateur nine that darts and "v, and n horse from Frank Ship-macross bats with them. at $120. Somerset Reporter. D. X. Prewitt shipped 10 car loads Tiikiib cawe nenr being a street fight of lambs to Cincinnati Saturday, two yesterday between n clothing merchant from Rowland and the rest from Lancasnnd a retired capitalist. The matter beter. Thev averaged M pounds and cost gan in play, but ended as such things him under contract 't nnd 5J cents. usually do, when the lauguageandhand-linJ. Miller Clark bought of J. Kern, get too rough. Friends interposed of Paris, 12 aged mules, l'l hand" high. nnd both men were heartily ashamed of at145. W. S. Brewer shipped 1,000 lambs to Cincinnati, for whuh he paid themselves a minute afterwards. 5 J cts. He purchased S2 head of hogs ash Eastland at 3.30, averaging We do not intend to be profane, but from we are forced to remark that Sunday wne 20s pounds. Harrodoburg Delnocrat. Collier, of this county, deliv-the most infernally hot day we ever ex- ered Robert F. Robinson, last week, 50 to B. perienced. The mercury registered 1KC buck lambs that made the fineaverageof in the shade and the Lord Himself '1 pounds, at 5 cts. Mr. Robinson also from knows iiow high it was in the sun. There shipped on Saturday 2 Iancaster and one from Hyattsville. 7 wns n little more breeze yestorday, but pounds, at 6J cents. Lancaster Recstill hot enough to bake a salamander. ord . Stanford Female College J. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I, 1890. 3I. HUBBARD, A. !!., President. Faculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Excellent Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send for Catalogue. Pent) AM READY FOR BUSINESS. My stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry are now on exhibition. The stock is new, of the latest styles and of the very best quality to be found. Call and see it before buying elsewhere. All work WARRANTED to give satisfaction or money refunded. Fine watch repairing a specialty. ex-edit- car-loa- ROBT. FEBrZEI.. m lS-iS- . A.A.WABKEN! For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fi'uit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. n l g Fresh of Kanawha Salt j 1 MAM MAMIIIN car-load- s Groceries, Hardware, &c, Stockholders' Electing. fi .- - i Jj-t- d MR. TKOS. DiUVrON OF CHICAGO, i QESfRftBLE LOTS ALL Tuesday, KINDS? WATCH WORK A I s Inv-.tm- A. R. PENNY. tn over-taxe- I Sr fumi-hin- c DRUCSand JEWELRY DIfUN W ATC0M9 HAMFBBest Watch. A 'i - le ! ,..,...,.., -i H, , - t ... M.U'if-Citv- One-thir- d vice-preside- j vice-preside- Car-Mi- i. b ' red-ho- t. 1 -- n y l Ar ui I w W. B. McEOBEBTS, Court-Hous- 1 r DR. ELLIOTT'S Medicated Food, ? - 9 I Sr r-- - bar-room- s Q HORSES, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs bar-roo- ui n w55BHSS5 BALE'S WBIX. B ... ter-rili- !.,,. ( SI ? ! ; tJ BRYANT &STRATT0N Business College LOUIS VILLEf KYr 1 '; 0 1! -:- - 9 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournrl THIS CllLOROFOKMISTS. TIDINGS FROM ABROAD. Office Thk population of Chill on the 1st of DILHONS SWtTCH, KY. 0 mrjrora of Traveling1 In European January was 3,103,'JS9. This includes Reentered as Bill Lirt Published Evory Tuesday and Friday 50,000 Indians. Dealer In- -Dry Corapartinont Cars. Trial ji'.as old sir,j ,,j the irmtllel-mont- . Tnu proprietors of the now hotel near tS tojisvittMiwAiBuwr CwiCAta Hr '&' lre of Nutvino.1 t 1S4,, Ved?trvvAo,l , i Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps IMmoiit Hoy t 15, Pred Arthur i ijl, and nsons tho Pyramids of Uizch lntond to build IN" ADVANCE I)i:ii1 I'ls.pnjjer S'J JPKR, In flng round .li d daiit;hteM in the 30 list Boots, Shoei, Clothing. Hardware. an elevator up ono of tho pyramids. Lay on O110 I rrncli t.lne How it dint lleitlr Kinkead l Contractor ioIi, lire XFAY rinware, Furniture and a "When not o paid 3U.50 will be charged."" of Dr. West slto for tho Watklns Tower, the Thk MVAtilij- Tr.iseler. Are llriigjjoil, id dam lull sister to D Monrca al, lir Jim Conoral Lino Leas 'tit; Groceries, Moiuoe. sire of Munrne Chief 1 i!(. Kilts llatei ,th Engllsii rival of tho Kllfel Tower, has Itnlilx'd otiiil Murilcrail. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. fancy Candies. Croi. Ties. &c w, M.mr.M Chief ? 19, Liuly Jlonroo been fixed in St. John's Wood, In the , mi, and others in ,to LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI All tinds of Produce taken a 19'), Ktni Jim exchange for goods. I' Hn cvw to tuts lnowleUj,'0 or thO northwest of London. Train leave Rowland at 7:0a a. m., returning! lrstodu.e, Lismfstiin, K m1h'(? in liaclTitl, Franco and licrmany, IIKL.MONT CHIKIIs a jrrot horse, possr.s tiKitMANY has decided to adopt the Dail),Semres to Traeler- ,yo p. m. at $ Ing r.irc simmetryol foiiu and beaat), and with i.t.t.-- tno .Now vorlc JiUinlntf Stin, that time standard which camo into use herohis cas fill tiotilcs way of tcninr nndhisureat L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. n;nnUcd hanjlb of robber.-- wlio mal:o in ISn-i- . Hy it otliclal time all over THE MOST RAPID ROUTE blood lines, there Is no reason, vslth goed opportunities, he should not hnomc the enual of Ins railway rnrrlasrra the lleM o( tliolr (lermany will be one hour oarlter than jo a m Mail train going North Ever attempted between Hie ereat commercial lre and illustrious br"th r and sitters Kr Standard ti6pm and use chloroform and other linenw ieli and seven hours earlior than South willmHke'he "inKi ol is. at m stahtes at einei on the Ohio River and Cl.lcaifg, and heace 1150 pm Express train " South Mc Kinney, Ky , at the fastest time and most comfortable trains to stupefy their victims are at Chicago time. North .3;m t.or!; in thrwu countries. It is beall points in the South, or'tn the West aad 630 am Local Freight North Tiikiik isagrcnt demand for metal Northwest. The counterpart of this train on all $30 the Season, South... 5J'I"U ll 'it'll that many of the.su daring and furniture in Australia, not only for trunk lines is denominated The Limited Eipress. The latter trains also carry passengers. 1 he .uperb roihnj st.k we employ lves patrons IticeniotiH siaotindrols nre Americans. household use, but in places of bun'tness. With thr 11. nil return tirivilee. Limited to stindart. uKllmited The above 1$ calculated on standard time. Solar .Sometimes they ivitsule marv. Say $u provided with opium mn. Monon and stick ts Monoe, il is about 30 minutes faster etc. The demand lime The al.i.ve elegantly bred hor-- e iS. nuke J r. CROW you want to .e money and have a pleasant Jour, and chloroform. of Ho at .Maples,' two milts frnm I b the ravages of the white ant. ney on SUnlord pike, where This id the ordinary modus operandi: which eats all kind of wood. t ill lie f.Mimi lor ttill Infarw.tion. time cardi, man., folders. at any tint reaoj to ere mare T!io robliM. who roust bo well dressed, eU, ill on or a.ldre.. Tiik money offertiirft at the Vatienn - r,r,l.,fl '' K. into ronvvrsation in tho onrringo iluring the pest AltTlIl 11 SIMS, j,,u ti Congress in this, cr.t-iIs a Candidate (or P A. Chi. ao, III fur months by n ::; in whom li knows or suspects ti M RslllHRTs. Agt.stinford the 8lh D. strict subject to the will if the Ma) stallion, i hjnds huh. t'.aleJ Apnl lly (len. Knes., record from France, liercinny, ltnly. uith m In i xs ct to liro money or thlnpa of valnn on his in utria and Aniorma 'iave atjounted. and to141. t .is vlass f.en Kno hy V.rmct I i5W His 1st dam .v ,ri Pale; ,1 dam hy C"p Hero, Sy lie otters tho intruded Irtim it isafivl. to about ?jJ0,0), of which dam. Lady dan Dauirhterof. Arthur Sims' tsi petbottom, At He w. sired 01 Me.. tierChief. Messenger Arthur, is by llourtmn Chief, Mr el lr.,o Messenger Clnel. ire C. vr.10 food or drink heavily drilled tho Ae.ierkans left the largest sur.i i6tj ; i.t dum leiuiie Elmo J v, I.ady Maud a at and many other good ones and is dam bv .Mambriiio Messrni'r, jddam bv or KenChief, wiMi opium. Mt of Lilly Arthur, thoroughbred. He it n of I. a Candidate for Auditor the the State party $Ci),00t). hy itlj hauls hljh and hn proven himself sth dam by Imp. NinoWon. Jth dam Uj I'empe.t: Democratic will of tucky, subject to the The victim. If ho partokos of the tth dam hy 'lifer; 7th dam bv Darraby's IH.i 1 in: train the a tine hieesler. Will stand at Rccoild s ;'j A pill kindly offered rofreahmont. noon hills KmKTor of whloh recently cnr.-'-mede; Sth dam by Whip, yth dam ly l .la mn to .'a;T).va Ship s Paragon Mtmnfir Chief wa. sired by BOGLE Into a dep sleep, and while in that i.s 520 by the Insurance. lly HAROLD. MISS Abdaltah IMot ; tstdaat by Mamuriao Messesr iral Maud S., record Jo3v., sat I, the jd dam 1) Mambrtnn Chief. Av H sired Maud and so mure in the jo M.I. condition lsrohbiMl. If ho refuse at tin over a.lapant5e l rs"nl ivef d road. It trave-v-Is a Candidate for reelection to the oihce of Suthe U'VANIIOTTU S. First dam YoUndr- - dam of ut. rtsswd t SW) Marvel j iH . Meecr e iK: Abet traveler wmtld do, th perintendent of Common Schools. Election first .' of ii'j sallci !ei u vu T n ;, o and Jij; ItoSrrl II, record a ), trial in dam 'onn Kf.LMiM,sirer Nutsrstod, . i,ij. lr I'oriu, lly Mrlrnpolitati, ou of Monday in August next. rob'wr pretends to fall asleep and waits Xrjtoj.i bred sons ul ai H and other fast one.. I in nine and a n ;lf :iurs"lr.cltMl-ln- g Ky.dyk s Ilambletanian, the having for hi. dam AMaltah ilk t wa. sired hr Al.tn.lor. AI.JjI. until the other man really doon ho. wan. of sliiiiir s snt, .ir. 01 IS..cmr t Hjacynth by ottiiitrer. seeand dam Clam iltf lah : it dam llkimllna bv M'aasbrlno Chial II. stuptwgoft. "I'tJ Then he apprtwehe.s hltn silently, holds dam al Dextei t Dictator, the .ire of sired l'ickard iSVj, Krd Jins and sMher. (.), rprt,.in s W. 'UK the KlrTf Sirrj"! ralP(i the Director t 17; Phailat and pm of 11, .1.1. 4is ear r.bl (,re. Minneswti "7l.-llrmen. j ifi and ord t vt. Alexander's Alsdallah fsire of Ky.dyVs piece of parcurtiont culled a ".stiller" i .. r ts ......,. u.'i a 10 Mt , isVlch hy William r.cara ib r.i i Is a Candidate to represent Lincoln county in the his mouth and tho ohlorofoim treaty with itv I MiM State-- In i2t. e( Prince dam Lady j and JernnUh Welsh, .ire MaW j 14: sire of Hiatal j o, wh.sired turn sired iV in 'idsanili ( ..land i ii,v.ii, Imperial l 1 15 Constitutional Cenv cntioti pi M'Te of sr,) ropiwnta'lves of hl Vim an inkrod Wagoner mare traad dam at Cotuiaught lK;tt'.., under hU nose. Thi hor.eit Itohert NlrO-aal C'h.atnote J ; S) a 17 sire ol B.nie Mc(iro Uraad damot Yuba - .ir. rent, old horse Kyd)l't ll.n. tK..U, c. The robber usually lonve.i some money pvple. he worn a white .1 rby hat. a tain 41 perNo. 10. ot thefounder of the lly.MAMIIRIXOCIUKf7.ire ol MetoaUii the d Thon.e h AUsander's St. Kiuio. ret.rd t io w. urcaiest M. a record a ity. familv the h ever known, i.mr.inir Abdallab, Jam said 10W by Imp. Btllf.'un4r.c. dd all tht jeuolry on t!ie victim's per-s- white cm1 .in . h.rt an Howhite j'.ieet f.ild--- l arwun hi ! dus. waj inrofsn n swins irom V Mambrm Chief, the sire of the uinercni rrtaunel. so darn of j Dim tVrtt. .r KOKBLCK. for Jailer S.mtlrii-- he adminLstersan over-dtIs the nominee of the Republican pirty Ksjstivk llanioletanian, iltinteer, Metf poliun ( hM, Jr. sited the eresi j.vly Thorae Damb Wllli'l. of Casey County and uk your support at the of chloroform and the traveler and liaref.xiti-d- n and William Welsh i ishi aiamnnun rairhen; who ,in turn sires) Tha abovtt record is no measure ul hi. si red, August election Mr' :i Is fel In T. A FXrCIN. I.anci.ter l.ondnn t KW and al novar nwtil:i. In Mich cava, us the m Ixttin- w aapest hisn to eo under ashen and .0 this. Kail. ana alo sirrd the dams of Ouy Wikas a tsH ihtr. victim Ih found in wsdesjion of a cer- circlot in I'irls. !mm:iso the rank of VsXZOO will make the .rasafl oa the farm of W u Willc , ,a and the dam. 15 otaer. with . A. S. HumoA-lr,.- . THE FANCY S DDl.E ST A LLU), olUoer In the Territ-i-- .i amy h sr. Sii.r Cre.k. Ky.. I aide. fr m tain amount of money and hu Jewelry, i&szsm records of t j.and better to :ti aetor of ;:ie Wooa C m Hr will the season of iJ al ouraiabte nnnmoasl on the l.amasirr turnpike, death is usually attributed by not ov r- SURGEON DENTIST. near Turners ville at Lrn"LLU pany. Actors say that tho ti'iKV no r.ifHijroat provincial uutuorlticMo YJQ-A-1-t- , "ii-pQueens-ware, J". jE3I. ECILOTOlsr Belmont Chief 8689, ij. -- ZJk- Y of 111 A FAST MAIL 'n 1 1.1 l, 'ik-ii- i? I s , 1 1 opcr-atlun- -s Arthur Sims. 3011, Wyandotte, . rs 5526, . school-Iiotiv- s, M- ft james b. Mccreary ths-- G-ove- s Messengera Ma-i- 1 ",M-- V LOSH-Vll- lt, Democ-rac- y. '.:! . s i, t RICHARD WARREN p.'.-Hon- ll. ! hand-som- e YAZOO, 11799. . !.. i Hl KATE rn-lo- , tv-- rp-rtes- i 1 i- - Man-am- j di-sta- n . bt II. MILLER BROWN e '" l ! 1'0- -e iwo-inii- . . 1 1 MaJs-llaalor 1 i- J. -- 1 trot-tln- j; ire-- t lur-lrrrfe- w 4 . Indi-wttlo- PRICE, tlitrl h-- i Mcrr - 4 1 1 1 - J. rz ": . on Main street. over W. li. McRobert' Drugstore, StanferJ. nat-ur- ul eausts. R. C. MORGAN, D. DENTIST. D. S. upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Office on Main street, o; ite Portrann House, is sisen tor painless "'"""STANFORD. KENTUCKY DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office South side Mam street, ir. office recently vacated by. Dr. I. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. B, I E MOV BD! a s ry small per cent Horses bought nr.d sold Kiltecii jur-- ' expeneme in tht 3o-- tf sANDIIX.K, Sunrurd, Ky. CT s. s sent. third the partition li not oarricd lo the roof, Tiir Waterloo ALLEN & ATWOOD, ..here one ' and couiniunloutlon is pojsible from 0110 there was a .omd of revelry by night, Wallace atSlD; Tom atSIO on J of tho carriage to thu other. This, and all went mt rry as a murria.To b.dl, REEL EST&TE 8GEUTS. addeil to tho fact that robbers do not before Xapoleon'.t overcrow, i, for DENMARK LEXELL, s look for in Jo h n s o n C i t y, Ten n . carriages, sale It is the uppsr ktory of a now Son of Wallace Der.mark, a handsome tolt,t $8 Insure Mare 1. jj cauNcd a groat lumber of persona to desortitl brewf.-- in tbo Kuo do la line sue and of rojal blood, will bs used pnsaiely. O GlYENS. JAS. Stock committed l. my care and breeding will WM.AYRES. ride third-das- s uhen alone who do not liliuiohiawerip. I'.niabols. It is a very receive my uauiwotei ... l,rass furnisheil attention " I'hMadefpbia, -- 0 31$ pm do so from ueccrfiity. .. pm. larg.' room, tlth rough bourns stipportinl at reasonable rates 'ie psid l"r lielore remov al ol JACKS ALL WELL BRED, " iitw vork ... & GlYENS, o pm' AYRES V,'han a train U U)uud on a joiirnev of by .1 row of .six wooden pillar in the stock Norcsoonsihiluv fur ai ider.ts .r est apes " Klchmiiad, Vs. 9 49 pin I I'artiojr with stoik forfeits insurance and makes Two j ear old poll, at $0. and old at any lngth the porU' " OldPoimComfert distribute 'tho center, and the upset price Is H.J.0JJ season due Attorneys at Law, J b. KKI.r. CAR PENT KR $8 Season due when roll i. foiled NarlMti..... . passengers au Unit thore an not more francs. Lien retained en all colt, fir the sejMMi raarury. Mures kepi mi reasonable tera, but no lubdltt 327 Fifth St., - Louisville, Ky. than two or throe in ea-- h Sivojc the okW went forth that all TraijH loaviaj l.tslagton at n 40 a m and j .0 for in idei t .. P m dallv. aacefit .. SunJav . . ....... 4. , eompartuiont. Of ootirjit' that injures do;s In Knirlaml bhould bo niiiizh-J W. OIVKN.s i 'j '. Ui S irese Ituildim; on lae K C R. i.i ,or isscnnsoaa, NT and and plenty of room. At nigh. If const'(uea-R of ninny outbretths of io.yr Limited Vestibule IU frosn "-- . V...I 01.II..I.I you are not 1:1 a sloenlntr cairiaze. it is rabies, the number of oases of the dis-. IHIi CUMIIINKD STALLION, : . .. :: . j k. . t palms ,,ti itflve, ,t j........ not iinroinmon to find yottrtulf the sole order rejHirtetl has fallen from eighty 4 ,7 P ni aaily Staafai 11 57 p ui C. r at mall Horn RHhmosKt. Va.. ana all oocupant of a comparunent, but more one in tho lasit quarter of lutai to thirty-nin- e point. eisl, lluHtltlllnn. W V. J .11 l .,i... .. cutiimou to l:av ono In the llr,t quarter of the present and Handler .f jvi Tri tier r"-L.iinctonat ,, ,. no., daily e.cept ,, n ThU popular rmaty ncTor rulla to I i.i not conUueive to sound sleep to year and the dee roan- Is still ffoinj; on. A ,' make the season ol ilv t mi i.i I: it Stan rrecltittllj- - cure A. ommo4aliofl ffym Uuselllll and I, Harness and Saddle Horses and h alone, pra 'iteally l at Ji the i.oj .r til" reach What is more to th" point, nine of the Dyspepsia, points. Richmond, Ks and (saint, on laler.ne Jut, the K C Constipation, Sick of al! h:i..ian i J, with a mnn whom jou rabid dojr stdad since the order was dealer in Fancy Roadsters. $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt, Ky arrises 11 I..i, .,,, j lo. a m. d..,v r. hae removed my o'fice in my residence, oppo lte Female C'lllejje, where I will be found at all HUGH RF.1D. times. 9i . F ATWOOD J. J. ALLEN French thrtt tuoh deaths occurred in one day on th :.nmo I'rcnch rail way. An I.it,flish lady wins recently chloroformed and owtrayed In u railway carriage in (Jrrtaariy. All l.ngland wan ntlrrud .wau years alnpe by tho crime of Lofroy, w ho. .shot an old mesvhaei In a rall.v.iy eairriage in the heart of London, and whose guilt it was found dull salt t j establish. Many Amcri-.- n will not understand how theno outojes are possible. They tvould be hero, but tho car rlaea on II iroixitn railways are divided into com part tr.enui by partitions from one aide of the carriage to s the oth'jr. In tho cjirrlagos the partition in carried to tho roof, so that the occuj-onof a compartment arc well-know- M. Maco. the a.".s that n e, .vas A t'.ie oh'inr'.i. Koaled Mas 1, i8t. m a ru h ilahonny tt, from th. army, and from th I. hands hih, heavy hiane mid tail; is striib), tint : 01 tl) and f.ilto ; is hntha natural and vleitaiit saddler, Honor. hretdk fancy and uhen driven in hsrMcs Tiik Italian faiiitnrr engineers are goes like a trotter. He ,ii,tl il hUli-Ustyle on S.h building forlltloiittonK on the tup of side, to the third feneration: i backed by thor - Lwiyrr exist nh-- n their wluded f.vsi th- - pal.- Wallace Denmark; t.i 10 to Iusure a Living Colt. J At S40 st- Ui Insure. ot 9 r. a y. ti i.o Kit ..r ii.re Jke tlrp .sih. a 'n itr (v A.f W il1 Kf I His t l.lrt r.iir. n t V.it art n 1 ,.,, , T s )ii KAM 'taitus; lv Near u , (ni. prr a . . 1..1M, x .r I .r C' Mount CVnis order to pr pare uyulnu invasion of Italy at thoso polata: the works art' twhig ,.ioited forwittd, a the mlll-t-ir- y and tho Alps noar Nic, In iinpo-wsilil- run-King- 1 llr.u-clas- u 1 elated. In iho Tiik lioy MolciTtoliol.. the fivorio u.' the fthah when las,t in Cnlard, is betrothed. At a fete the 01U r diy the most magnificent orer given in 'lVheran In honor of this lKy. tiMah arorx. ond in a luttd Miiiv proclaimed Iadw-bek'betrothal t.i uU youncost daugl.ter. to tlio t on- fiorrialion of the Persian nobility pres uiui 'ii nnas in France at anv tunc ii--n ther.i t In ji itiM' u oushbrctfe on loth sides, making him voryartne and spnshtly in jt.nt: in form and finish pcrle. mdel He was sired b Sumier DeHmark, he by Cuddard's Denmarki hi bv tlalno. .. Croni welfs Denmark, he lis the race hore, Deitmark he h Imp. Hedgeford. Mis rift daas was surd bv Sir Wallace, lie by Tudhuuter s Sir Wallace he lv Sir Albert, (thoroughbred) id dam bv ir- kiuiu wm .ii , irKli'l'l "S irjpril, intlrOIIIl nretij or ny mc cic'iraieti M (vu Whipp, 3t) dura a Whipp man. 1 2 Horses and 3 J aeks. stTi.l at my s srt.i.r ol 1 j 1, iwn Ho sts I Mia an th Km, lies Jaik- - the OLD KY. ROUTE Vrv j rt Sr . ,V Ii..i..i,n I RUIIIEN VERMONT, fly S.Wl.1 Washington, Philadelphia u, V.IUv ( rains to K l tiill's ermoiit, the pedigree of Jul 11 unkiioo Baltimore, Now York, Ka.l alt. S. utlipati lnl one TODI UOHINSOIN, Sooi.f Wallace Denmark a'losc: 1st dam bv alii ler's Dtiiiuurk, he h) the nee horse Denmark; hi. dam Kloriae; id dam b Mumcotnery'stXiser; by Old Dnvinon. T.mm is a fiav shaped horse un uenv-- mane unu 1.111,15 nantls hiKts and is a natural saddler und tins proven hi 3 self 1 fancy breeder. 'l"he above stock will make the season of Sjo ,u my farm jX$ miles from ilustonville. nenrCarpen ter's Station, and mil be permitted to sers mares by the insurance. y WATERLOO, JR., Srel Sr LojaH' Waterlou Waterk Jr 's isi tlaitt by Le HlUe'. old Stonewall Jaaksoii Kfiihen 1. over il haada hils. aark bay and a fine breeder of xmI hor.es li 1 all urpo.s sad still stand at Ail f ni ofiHsand lly Dr W Logan's i tnd ir.l ji.rl.. I lias a record padigree ol Cocr trd lime STATIONS. t uishl out trim Lewugt I .., .rd in KHr. gr-a- and80conl-olasearriagc- ball-roo- ju-s- t third-divv- y f'pr Ks San F Su, Lve Stanford.. ... . is ji n'a 1 J ji r n " l.evtnciok r pm " Winchester . o- - ptr ii 4" vm JO pn. , psn 4 " K. tl. Jursct.w. 7 Ml SurUnj.. r o pw o pa to prop a in Foal. " Marehaad " t o pm a It not i 4 n OHvellill . pmj Waterloo. Jr . is a wry dark Hrrsri. or Mack, Ji ' Ashland. . .. 10 to pml JN" line i.aue and tail, compactly forr.ed, full 10 ' rMhMtsJmrc. . r hands inch liltfh. Cue style and act I.. and a fine " HnlInuion..... 11 07 pa., t jopiai 11 m producer f combined horses; pertactly kind in l.v.HuaSfirtoi..... Is jm amj dl.po.HHMi and a .tire foal getter Will staad at Arr Chart. . . I II ara' " CHfton .ion . Foraa. J to a in Foal. "' Lyarhasirs ..,. . 117 4, am iif CHarlottesviUe ... lu s" at "- Waihlajt.n Also three good youli- ...'' jj pin . ,n t,, ,i rJafly" Ksstilsil Ac .' ves Dai!) Dai $6 Insure Mare 1 . . 1 11 , ' pvr-on- al 3 1 . . drat-clas- s d e T. SiJNTDXJJGE, follow-pa-swngo- r. Tulf s Pil Is Harrison Chief, Jr., '","' ...lu,,u u'-.s. s rt. . v.-- .k pot-o- s .i- I - bm-oih- .1 m- - - . SALESMEN to sell Nursery siotk All I0"li warranted " permanent, plM-aMw.i profitable p miiuiis for the right mun. (,ood l.iliernl in. salaries and expense paid weekly diicemeuta to iwiuners. No previous uxperieme necessary Outfit fre. Write for terms, Rivin age. I Lit CIlAKl.t-.M.eruian, Y. Ko j Mention iKi'. j i;ier TXTa.,ftJr.ef tirtcl.. st, N ,ADFIELD'S IK-- fEMME. REGULATOR Ut TO"WOMAN''' REGULATOR CD. ATLANTA EA. - i5A5PECIFC tirTlKKlN MENSTRUATION n s jiooK OURVHQ CHAHSt. Qfl SUFFtRlHB WiaBE fiHLKTvKHGERcuj MONTHLY GICKNCSS Dfep W01QU1 cun lutrdi mH. ami who may lm provided wih tvvolver. knlfo, eblorn'orm ur.J opium. The partitions are r Ihlohly paitlcJ that i'i.' i.iilc"t noisea sonreely penetrate '..! . lllnaycoinpunic; aro oompolled , by law to r.reune of ootuiaiuiicu-tio- n with tbe i;:aird on trains going liv.i?"-t- ! niJl.' without stopping. A Utif .ti. w'.iuh it is nteeHwry to to eor.iniun:tf to tho 're ir. :t..rd. up i.n f!..' j ;).i.--- inghoommuni-a'io- each side of u litit carries can 1k elT. it-iby t:i bu'tonon oiu si . cev p.:i.rj i.,ihedlrc,-ii,:in which t 'a.u 1. rfoiii,,. A i'rl,'h.i':u-v- nun thp .?utix button, rv' 'ii. ,. liij ' bt- 1: ". bft.-et.ith a d.-- t a,. I iuc r:,'1. "1 ;.. .ji j hsi . 'men an t!l in i:nvUt:: I f.ir .ir of the iimrlonn ir.,1. bu1 ' Uritons do not er-- to p In ii.'y at tho of privacy T In who do can now rido , prut-id.. u.-ti 1 went found to be swnircl.v muzzled and thu.i provontod from mis-chief. ' Headache, Biliousness 1 JTUFr AND NONSENSE." plenty of "'uv trien at the tbemur," stitl a man-te- r the other day. "Another name for m i. dead heads." Amy man enn mart an oartlir,unl;o own ftn.l tioket-of-lenvo -- And nil diseases nrlshif Iroiu a Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion. The nntural result la kiioi! uiipelKo ami aollil riciti. Uoao Ninullt cleititiit-I- j suar runtvit unit euay loannlluvi. SOLD EVERYWHERE. i i l v.u-.i.- l - . rolloi.-pastseng- er shock in n uei;hborhooil. All he has to c is to ut.k iNtoplo If tlu-- foil u .shock, and imagination doo, tm. ront. "A y n may sstnilo and smile and be a villain." 'j!:is pml,-.bl- y accountH for i!n x.sicn. of ui villainous .if . ha been toKl to 1 n-in.- mmBixxwsazazfmvTTxxiUMXjnmmm jrirfN t.irrs-r- rt tir p r -- t r mrr W Mr oiii'm ,0 p ni ,. 11, sets r r.a.l t 7i, N A M V S..un,l and all r ght Wi'l rot t.e allowed to ere Co., I II. Moae) due luare that arc not regular breeders t n iokst- t. A C 11. in ui , , vtlicn me voli (.mcs, mure soid r iranslcrrcl den will he tirld nn all t nils until pid I. r . e I Dc. npti .ii an iv.liree Harris.. n Chief, p, is a red sorrel , .tanils i hands i in, he. in height; if ft flT II I aad mane II. .ha. 1.1k' tail Chief, th sire lvwM ttlulVV VUIII.I Ul 11. thi-- l, Harris. he n Clark iv of I ady 'I born.- 1 i , Ills dam l.ute, the daai of ' Hanker, v( Iheda.nof Har,in Chief, Jr, is j C; W altnn s Mamlriii' he out ol a aiarc t) v.n ol v Alrvandcr's Ab.'allab, d ttan. bs MiaesoLer. he v Ulsl Leiintoii, i.l daui b Munluu's Tom Tho Shortest and Qulokont Route frorj Central Kontuolcy to nllpolntnKorth. Hi' behy Hull MiKUiik'-- : 41b dam by Divv t ro. lei , jth dam by HaUurn ; bth din by Wells' Eaat. Wont itnd South-Wos- t. Fast lent Sund.T .r s..i0t r,t 1 1 5aroldt',.i. i 11 1 I If tlf nntnn U . II. II. l hijj,; ijass uoi'TK. I To euro IliliMi tu- - I l , i'sj -- k il. ii'jil.r?, C pic-tiir- J)DlKt-- , .MaillH.i. voi-.-.-- f hlm-iel- f lo fic BH ..fe a-- i ': tinati- - 5- - n's. rcatciy, fi tao IUms.aChMl Ir , 1. at Ji.tso Mr A' 1 It'nuker olU anon rr v tired eldirit; fur ' s.. v mi an see the liree-- of tins li.re is n.nre aijllion r. the) 'rim; i.uht .'Irr than any i.tSrr tilii , cttir.prup. tliin-.111 n rl gtddinc, a full brother of r ji.joo, iiIm) sold two others It Vlon ef Cvnthmna. K)., so:d a Llnobutwuon Loxtnwton nnd Clnclr natl. SCHKDHLEINKm:CTMA 11, u,. No I. Kr. Sisa a 41 11 11 j South- - Hound. No. 4. pl'.l.-u.- i . ssrv-zri-- Ms Splendid .niliK Saduie -- IjIh ii, 'Mow lint I 1 ! 1 1 u?m hU C'Ai.1.0 Miss i'arsiii,. "I'm .sorry, hare n. cur for minus," he put 111 Mr. .lasper; "he u.i.ou Ilk.- - .In- - muiic. .Mr. Jud-kin.V"u- id M1 a W 3U J 7T, ?a x r,1 ii3 . third-ei- a ,. .. ; MMOmiD eru aacf cm. WHIT SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUGHS SCQTTS CURES CONSUMPTION CGLDS Wasting Diseases Wonderful Flesh Producer. Many have gained ono pound per day by its uko. Scott'n KiuulHion is nob a secret remedy. It contains tlio stimulating properties of tho Hypophos-phite- s and puro Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, tho potency of both being largely increased. It is used by Physicians nil over tho world. tmliib making ljng Journeys b.it they aro not commonly used. It It customary tn Kngluutl fjr women wl'li babies U nJ m smoking1 compart-mis. At leal that ! what thoaverafn D t.oild dollboratoly aillrni. Tho truth of tlio wuttMi' Is prohalily that a woman with a Imhy on n railway platform U too ilriv-- I'oiiCittcd to uhoo.so any mid tho tory often onv-ra Btnouing oontpartmont. It Id aljo-sa'that natural fomlninc porvorao-no- ii inakos her think that no ono can dfdre to bo cotnfortalili whim It U tjueatlon of tiwoniniodatin"; her baby. Mouri'ls or Kvory llpxrrlptlon. Lima, tho capital of I'onla, id pronounced to bo tho hoadquartoraof all tho wnrld'umonffroldoni. Itspsipulation id tho product of thrco centuries of and a aoiculillo Investigator llndi fiuily dlsllntiidliablo anion;; tho iuhabltanu tho followlnjr croases: m protidrd Tor ulu .uiooinin on nro s raco-crossin- nutter. :itotli.-.-- . (JjoKi, oBjpri:tff ot waito fiilhi--r atid Indian Muliitto,offiprlnsof thlto father ond neuro mu-latt- PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold I' all J)rit(iylst$. SCOTT A. . jadrojj ( ' Itio. 1 mother. (jultiti rooa, oitiiprlna of whlto father and Quadroon, cffprlng of white futhor oad mothur. o IOWNE, Chomlsts. N.Y. FOR MEN ONLY! mminuwm, rUHmMM .UjjuAjtal mmmmjTsrBmayB snnuft aamamak irarLmrorraiLiau Hinnnn. raiudXfftTOUS iKirTrf atsj &tabUl. if U aa f Body and Kiel, Iffuti tarNtonl. M.w Old or louof &wat in 1. tmUm mSi OsWiRla piBTsaa aac jLja "si aaasrji s. C:olo. offjprintf of Indian father ttid v' ji's m.jthur. U u. t Osctiro. offdri i of IcUlan fathor and u a iiiutjr. J '.a o China, off.prlD,' of father oad r. '. ten luoin.-r- . rlaclKi. otTaprloyc: mul r.to fatherantl Satnbg )i otber. auto Clara, oil tprla(;o' Indian father anu ni itior. t al. o3jirlaj of laillaa father and netiro itro i.. ssh.Uw tUiyrti'nunrvoTriora.t''K T'j t ltd krjvillOliWIUij,. Monoy. double windows." A.vxitf. :dirnii:i; "I am jrreatly my sou. to llnd that while you were away you became ungated. I hopo you hao not hastily. Mas tho young: lady you have soleoted the proper tualiflc::itons for a poor mail' wifoV" Adult tior. "Yis, Indeed, mother. .Sho's .,'ot iiO.OOO In nor own right." I'ol.n K.lrtMiK "It seems, Cabe, that you haie been here a Rood many times before in short, that int are an old timer." Inele tithe "Ves, Jcdffe, I Is. I been here befo an' I ain't wino tor put myself down on do lebliul wld do.so niushrooiu nirer. and loafora dat como hero fordo fust time." What l)::ov:: lint to Ihiixk. "I would work, mum. only I met with a ratal disappointment In eaily liio." "Poor man. yoi don't look as if you'd pot over it yot. ' hnv. ii'.. mtun. I a!wad foil 1; if I was out out f.u- something it.'SI. li it as soul ai I learneil that I'm ill i!) s !;. I a!i"j I of mo in disuoverlBj; A i r;. i.tuliltlon and wept Aft'1. s.'..l I i. lie .ianio .vas tr..e o, . ry anil tt tho ot'u-.'res- a-t- ed may dLUurh tho nolirhbors." lie -- Well, If it doc-- , it striknone that tho neiyltl)orn tiro the ones to buy tho Kinjflni,' out my kriov.ledsr Siik fjmt taking vocal lessons)! "Henry, dar. won't you have double window .s put on all over too house. .My utcoUego, The other day he wroto him a inr; letter in which ho took biti severely to task for hi-- , foolish I'.xLravttjrar.-'and nvunil up as follows: "Voiis es'iitiier iuclortoa t.'5 withu aon 1 f.r u p:i rack." has Mr?i fen CJ Vso fhe.St: IM.fsne.in'i botiIi DtAHo t!isi;r.-itMt4th1 Eagle Denmark ! V 1 111 j. e the sca.011 f V' at al niy stable at Man-for- d, a'u. riii: iio ii rsitsT. tin cillii-- r loi- - ll Vrler ol tl'sllo six- -, tl.1i'. JKfiBm. .ei- Ilollle. - luii -- $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Arr Winchester.. Arr Hichmoad Arr Laacaiter. Lve Lve Lve Arr Arr Lve Cincinnati Covington. ralssiouth. l'atis .' Lisiagtoa Pans ill 1 Dvily i ia a m; I cu r ra 1 ui, 3 09 am g 17 a miia 10 00 p rn'io J5 No" 4 Ks Sur. JS ,j p p p p m mi m; S 01 JO IJ Pr P r- - in' 40 p tn P It lira 1, 4 . KIS ' iiMflfT7-J7.70pVWgci g I " Lf.SMITH4tO.Mm.nc-uilr.- .. .,LBL.r.ur.fatA,..L. ss. 5T.IO0IS MO. 'M0&7SBK1 A. y ) V5X. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE iO L TXT sur-j)riso- d, RAILROAD. The fireat THROUGHTRUNK LINE. SOUTH' & WEST V,th &g&Mm&i4&4$SG4& Louisville To Nashville, Atlanta, Memphis, Montgomery, ,' Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. Only one change to points in - mmmm -J ; 1 : ARKANSAS & TEXAS. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on tl.e line of this road will receive Soectal rates. 4aTSee agents 01 this Company for rates, route Ac,, or write to C. P. AT.MOKK, n. r & T. A.. l.oulixllle, Ky. . Monev due ss hen the colt is fouled or the mate l m J 5 ao p ni; naited with I'.ash' Denmark is a beautiful veal hiosvn, with good mane unit mil, is bauds 3 iiiihps M;h, l re S'orth-ltooaV. - Xo. scars old this Spring;; has never bean bundled o.j 111. re than two w.eks.biithe 1. full at gaits and be-Livingston.. S 00 a m proapoct lor a producer ol saddle and Lve the Lve llerea om'iii'etl horses in this part ol the State. 10 15 a ni , Arr Richmond.... (Ie was sired hy On Time, he b Stonewall he by Washington Denmark, he by lllark Lve Stanford 7 00 a m Denmark. Lve Lancaster .. 7 4J a m 1st dam by son ol Alexander's Norman. Arr Richmond... ia est a in a) dam one of the bust road mare, ever in CenLse Richmond... 10 p m 6 10 tral Kentucky. Arr Winchester. a 00 p in 7 S - Arr Tans 40 P m In these pedigrees y.at will find royal breeding .4-and in these stallions sou will see i11J1uU11.il. ol Lve Lcxlugton . a 05 p m 7 00 J 45 P ns ran- beauty and as breeders recoud to none. Send Lve I'aris . a 50 p in 4 11 p rr jwiir marcs where lliey will he properly cared for Lve Falmouth.. . 4 u p m 9 3 5 ,4 p n C. T SAND IDOL 10. II Arr Covington. .. 5 40 P in 10 3$ 6 jo p m Arr Cincinnati .. S 50 v m to 45 6 jlpm Trains Nov, 13 and 14 run Sunday only between C ititiuiiati and Levliigtoti, leaving Cincinnati al 3n m , and arrliin ut Lexington nt 11 ni Lve Lexington at t 40 p. m, and arrive at Cincinnati ut S3 p. m. Iln the.Maysville llranch, No 9. leaves-I'ari- s at 3 to, a m and No. 11. at 545, p m, arriving i I f Maysville at 10 15, am, and 8 10. p m. No. i, 10 leaves Mayisille at 3,13 a m, arriving at l'aru at ,Nj.ij leases Maysville at 150 7 40,am lL.mmmWC AaLmmnV "' nUVnW arrives at Pari, al ,4 15. p m. These traini ar" iff 1 't daily eiccpt Sunday. No runs dally Irom to Cincinnati 43 leaves Lexington 10 00 am: amies Parts r1J,ftifsslsWsmCsWMHalmmV 1043 am, except Sunday. No, 8 leaves Cincinnati c; 10 pniiarnves Kilmouth I mmWrH23''lc'slsmmTlLJ---!- j 7 10 pm : except Sunday No. 7 leaves halmoiith 600am; arrives ex.ept Sundav. j runs daily between Lexing. and Cincinnati. No runs daily between Cincinnati and Lexington. Nos. 3 and 6 make conneitioni at Winchestei InrpointsonthcN N A- M V. Ilv IMPORTANT.-Train- .ol this l.ne now arrive at arid depart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cinclnnvi, ma king connection, for aU points North, East and West Through tickets and baggage checked to aor destination reached by a radroad For full particulars address any agent ol the Co. I ' .. d. S1 1 Jack-sun- Arr Stanford.. I.t-Richmond Arr Hetea Arr Livingloa... 05 p mi 49 p m SJ P mi 8 p m. 5 P a ni!... I ...." 4 Ipa III p P ' rr n m. u4am 1 3 - iii mt JnmmmmH r? -- flHl fSa8J j IB ' IMmBrwjfMM tltmniHlRmfiHnsmnRtl tHHT ". 1 Cincin-nati7a- .T - I , , '. - ... III I'M J - . - 1 '"'-- ' 1 UiQuRioijKHiUcgalrrp I. !. v i erodes, ' Hj "::i 0.1 tjte i . I j'. 1.. i , t t I ma., u.. j r 'Inm tint public waited on with neatness and dispatch at theTnnsorlal Art Rcoms of W. L MUNSON.Trav Pan. Ast F. II. MORSE. Cinclnn,.-S- . MV&' " 10.,1'urtmati Jes Hou Thompson, ftullJins, Stsnlird, Ky H.E. HUNTINGTON. A.t Manager. GENERAL OFFICES: Chamber of Commerce Building, Cincinnati, O. 1 A . Jl I