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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890090901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y OL.XVIII. M. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1390. J. OTTLVHKIMKR, Ncu Voir T 15 NO. 55 CARSON, Cincinnati. J. HARRIS Crab Orchard, K HARRIS, OTTENHEIMER & CARSON, Dealers in Improved CRAB ORCHARD. -- REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Farms,Timber, Coal & Mineral Lands in the Southern States OLD- Offices: Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky., and No. 21 Broadway New York. Parties wishing to dispose of their Lands will do well to communicate with us, giving that we have formed a copartnership for the purpose of transacting a General Land Hushes. Wc bee to inform the public Wc will advertise extensively all lattds that are placed in our hands for sale. full description, price and terms. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. o'clock Sntnnlay cvenim; in pair of work mules which lie jmichflseil ., .,u .... t Jo I." .. I .! i .i Jmlpa A. .l, 1....1 n iv. Ullo o Si. nviio WEUTIIERFORD HOTEL ngurri will'', .. iiii'ii, lur t.. mvinimiti. U flat Miss Lulu, daughter of Hon. Thomtht losvn n rl.iarhol 4aya ata All pertoni that kno themwlvo ladabted t roeombM jrcnt eoun-- 1 tho itiounUiins buying shoep. Misses the tiaio , the Dix River, White Oak Hid (If i, HISIONVILLE, KV. Garrard Corntr s. Uronston, was married at Richmond as ' s LenhStogeu ami lottie Dillion left l 'iithii.-inaU-o I urtiplke lor subtcnptlon, or at bosckmoH ' f r bit jflp" awd U tb ell chniubor, bo large .un- Mt oas." aaa"! ri r last week to G. G. Prewitt, of Mt. .Ster- P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. toll, will come torwari and let tie without g tig to MtV ltd. tho roproseiitiitioii. Hou. W. O. tertlny, the Hh, to enter Georgetown tho expenf of a suit This buinu mutt Lc let ling. ,,, re !M wMtt of CWltafM, tf Mll of koM' tied at oucc Ilnusfonl whs placed in the chnlr riuI U. College nnl Miss Minnie Myers took the Hiving letted the above hotel,'iefStd and C M. SPOONAMORK, Mifes Mannlo Kenney, of Bourbon, 44 Presideat. I cl. I am prepired to accommodate the pub11. MroiiHiigh was mmle eecretary. He- - hiuo trnlii for St. IxhiI to join her father "ttMCll" K . . ,p 'a 4M Md HMhW Hi and Miss Lillian Metcalf, of Detroit, who lic in t.rt'"la stjli Rite reifnalle UooJ Col. V. Dudley Wallin fore the body aeiubletl, it was minor um! brothers Livery and Sample K 'mi attarlied tn on Hi ttras was vi&itiiif; her, both li yoats old, elop) to achats!, hi mm" ixl that Peroral proiniueiit demorrnts as is tHking hi the . drvi. fair this week iMa, ed from tho Paris Fair jrtounds with J. and lick art o'at; pired to tho honor, but wheu tho nouii uml uitnessing tho racing feats of his D. on Main Street in Stanford in- and J. V. Kervuson, Jr., House and Lot at Crab Orchard ?cr Sal., Lot . Haiti wt mmM M mt fro i.tacad nations wore called for ouly one name, favorite, "Cwpt. Welch." Mr. James H. '20 ArnWrontr Containing i j .crei ii.nr ird and IS years respectively, and weie CoUtsj aaHa, t bo sweat "hew that of J. A. Chuppell, was placed before Lawless, wifu and little Jimmio Scott, s, ne t A House and Lot, coni.tini'f 14 V res, loca- Terr. ea married in Cincinnati. W ALTON, Stanford. TR i the House Chappell was not prosuiit, are at Judge W. O. Hansford's and will ted at Cm'i Orchard Ky , ami know n a th doiY." The following is sent us from Dan-- i property, one Ulork trom Depot The houe back, W wish la) tcM'4 n.c but tho memory of his gHlhuit fight in spend several days swing their friends mx pai.ious room'., onelattii-portn, one oo ) HARRY A. EVANs, took wta f .i hi t portuo, ith ,ii..t Inbt l.iirttn.1 ai 1... ltti nf tlwi III tlila viiiniti Mlcu ftillit Tnvtin till. ville: in"A very pretty marriage Hotel open porch ami onoraddrn all nccp.".rj out. " D B. r.ummon, . m,i- - Um aaefcssats eaarrr call, ia Call bl"1J,"s place the parlors of the Gilcher t" bettiu-hiiiANALYTICAL CHEMIST, of D. C. 1'ayno, is mc at l'meMiie. . dauehter and when the vote . , . . ,, Crah torchrJ, K SAM l' EL IILAIR.MM I). ,in "gag, lii.n. m. was put a vociferous chorus of "ayes" visitine, her uncle, Mr. Joe Severauco, of .l -- cielM "toalir" gooa, IM STANFORD, KY ".,iuimmi.-iii- ii me iieu- mllcaata to wag; went bounding to tho vault of tho crowd-oi- l MHIlfonl. m ",ar-e- r Cllvv. c Engineerinpr and Surveying in -- Mr. Km.net Proctor, son of tho clov-irf mi bi4ct atsr bate. a4 charttriac room. Not a "nay" was heard and rM i..lloa. ea' , h: ''"' of Ml'km-fei- ., I haw fminhed my new Saw Mill on the Somerall branches. Woodstock me.clmnt, G. W. I'roctor, motion the choice was made unan Mate aM tarta and migrate l 1, I news! M IhM ttl:t . Bruce, of Perry The Key. . set pike, 7 mile trum Stinfinl and air prepared fur " took tho train here Sunday imous witli an eclat that told too plainly thr HIMi xjiu vuiiiik couiiie woie to furnish any Icnfd or LUMIIKR, SHINGLES, tiiiu, UIUUIHH.-U- . I will sell the lumA.- , at LOWEST PRICKS -- NUiinJuv's nortli'lHHUid tmln klllwl that the bold young democrat was the Ijuisville, where ho goes to attend the accompanied to this city by Mrs. Win ber at the mill or deliver, to Miit purchasers. Gte valued at idol ol his party. Mr. Uhappell was Kentucky College of Medicine, with ttie a line cow for Col. J. C. Kin;; scott and Mrs. Tabler, mother of the me ,i trial. I'tf.tolhce, MA WOOD, KY then tent for and came forward in a very view of makinv a doctor out of himself. 1. !.!.. T. A l). IIAS11N. . .. 11 was no runawav marriage, me speech, o.i pressed Kmmott is a fine looking follow, possess- - urine. In the corporate limits of Rowland Mcltoberts, a worthy young graceful, John parties haviui; come to this place to get 16 '.arkey, dlel Fritlny of typhoid fovor, his thanks for the high honot, and vow- - ed of uood brains and u warm heart, and married more as a convenience and to H J. DARST, Rowland. sals wl anew unswerving loyalty to tho cause wo are sure that he will make an orna i iiitrarted nt l'lnovlllo. join the irroom's mother and brothers." Hon. F. F. Bobbin being meut to tho profoesiou which ho has H. II. Uroimugh Iwught this week of democracy. On accountof continued had health. I deire to Mr. Pulliam i a brother of J. G. veil privately my farm "1 ,. Acre of cille.1 upmi (olloweil him in a Hfteeu chosen. He was a pupil of ours some I of , umoiis parties a lot of Harrodsburg, anil the bride is a land at a bargain, in a riiif t.itc ol fertilit W ould MT. VERNON, KY. minute speech which was stoutly ap- - years ago. with nniroemenU Location one for which he pnld'.lc. of Col. R.G. Bibb, of this tell 200 acres Sunturd, and the la) in: of the farm This old and mile nouth of Hotel'is still maintain , r ow, C. U. Springs will close Prof. J. W. Smith will lecture at tho plauded, and Hon. W. 0. Hansford clos-1 her' ure all 'fthi necessary imupcrb i ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spev. "Jvtln od tho "love feast" with a Ihxtrith at tho 10th, after the most succossfnl seMion count provements, iiiiiudnig a frine dwelling ol fixe cial ILiptiiit church Saturday night on attention to the traveling public. room, and hall, a larKU hatenient brn, undall Iteod and the Force bill, shaded with that it has enjoyed akice it came under M. P NEWCOMB, Prop., ,tti"i.'' Don't fail to hear hlu. Haxi.ini. Fork Briim.e. A party of buildings new (or further information, appl) to MtALISTLK, Stanford Ktl:r. 4vim No one has young people, about fiO or 75 strong, Mt Vernon, Ky. 1'om Walton's California letters and the prediction of a democratic triumph its present management. Chap ret been engaged to look after the prop- - "stormed" the family of Mr Linn Daw- Lexington scribbling aro two in'2. The eelection of bah m s" pell give the moot perfect satisfaction, erty for the winter. Col. J. C. King e0 recently nnu" had u jolly time. A literary feaste of which wo never tiro. Henry Pollard and Ixuis Smith, two lit being in the opinion of his friends tell, us that he will not; that henceforth njilt or fc0 nU,r lhev pavi) Mr John L We otter for sale privately on farm known n We want to sell our Farm private')'. It has 106 , Acres in a fine state ot he inteiitla to give hie entire attention to wnien a siminr rouml. On this occn the GerH"' AnJr;ii plate, mile from ,nr young bloods, had a "setto" at j a euenlon rich! v deserved for Im on the Libert) pike, toi tainuig 43 ite, Hubble, Lincoln count culti:itir,n nnd lies near Cn.l on or address us at n ami well watered. Call Hubble, Ky Mill, Friday, about stackinj? (mi attachment to, and effective work the supervision of his farm, which, by bjon notice.1 two voung la- jood dwe'hug of oatrcHustonville, Ky ' on or address us HEKK IN G "" MENEFEE. iooki" . ont t ihI Kiaith dealt Polhml a for the party he has ao Ions affiliated the way. we hope to see tho rival of ,lks tlle cr0Wll .iml on Home lumber, JOHN KLLIS, MARY ELLIS .. " niMtTVIMl II1ML ii v.,w,o ..rMt.Uthlow with a wagon bolt, ...laying with, and they are sanguine in their . litilnlu.r innnn uih iv . . '. HOUSE, shedding its silvery ravs on two snow- hia fknil to the Iwne. muiiu hb no)os luni ne win m iionorwi wttu tlio tliese days. op-- u chairmaubhip of the county committee, Now that the ice is broken on tho wu'te horses hltchod t'o the van!, fence! F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, n ..t el been ai rented. A protracted meeting w in progress as it will undoubtedly recoenise in him inntiimoiual font it is probable that sev President Jack L. Bosley has had & or 10 London, - - - Kentucky. I desire to sell mv larm of about IM acres, situoi tiie ipiaiiues ol a leader. We are a dia- - oral couplet tiereaitout will tnkoa jmingo Wngons hauling gravol on this end of the at l'tfacheruvllle under tne anepn-eatcd about 1)4 miles north of Stanford on the Ihavemoed to Several interested jwrty; bnt, Mr. KJitor, is i ot therein soon. At lea- -t that's the tip wo road forsomo time, has fixed all the cul- Hush Branch pile, opposite the old church there preprdthanecr my new Hoteljind am better Anderaou and Johnson to arc about 50 acres In wheat and rye; the balance Good Luery attached accommodate the public. dwelling sired. Gue me a call. and eery convenience deiifitieioiis are ivjwrteil and the ardor this a greater honor than to hnve beon give you, but don't niote us as author- verts and small bridges and he has the 01 the (arm ell t in timothy splendid and kitchen nnd of four Irge crowds trom elected magistrate? Moit ilecidodly. ity. unabated. raid In such good shape that when fel- barn; is rooms watered and fenced. a Possession new 77 FRANK RILEY. can ell young be Riven immediately. For particulars, sev J. P. lul.l low rides over it he feels like he is be- llailey, Stanford, or l.ere, composed largely of tho nndersigned ' I C. A. BENEDICT & CO., marriage u.i iii,.htlv. A "hiir" mooting isrf Jameslie much talked olhandsoinu of Mr; Stam'oiik,W. W. Longmoor. at Frank ing carried to tho skies on flowery beds Cincinnati, Ohio. write theE. WITHERS. at Sept. 1. Cuuimiitti, tho young u1m' on at llphtwus, six inilos sonlli o I heard Itev. J. of ease. . Lynch say Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, clerk, to Mies Ida lVtUin, a slight hint of fort, will be inducted into otlice a man in a sermon at the A SPLENDID Danville Baptist l.ere. TANFORD, KY Curtis Uovor will which appeared in this column a ehoit who.io beautiful and heroic life lias been church Sunday that the numerous bloody .1. K. Wells drilled to order aud Pumps lurmshed tho liv time ago, was, hnlomnixed Thursday a grace to his race; whoso lovely nature tragedies recorded iu the newspapers terminate thoir partnership in factory prices. w evening at 7. 10 o'clock, at the bride's and patient endurance is an ornament would lead one to believe AT PRIVATE SALE trvstal.le here hy sellini. Wtslnedday, that instead kind; whoso brave heart, un- Of Cain Of Old of home on Springs Avenue, How Mr. An- to human having beon Sent IO the To close a partnership ve offer at prn ate sale our Vpt. 10th, tho entire outttt consisting tiring energy and industry have overFarm of bugvioa, hnrne.se, tc, nt public derson, of Madtou, performing tho cere land of Nod, he was soul to the State of horwa, do--t mony. Tho attendants woro Mr. Ward come the mightiest lwrriers to honora- Kentucky, and as Mr. Curtis Uovor has not yet Hale usual his head was Nearly Five I am .ollor and Miss Maud Put tits, sister of ble success, and should bo a good examHundred Acres, work well prepared to bore wells and will do the level. Mrs. Kev. G. W. Perryman and idod what business he will otnlwrfc in in a good manner aud promptly KenNear Mooresille Washington county. say that wo will tho bride. As previously planned, the ple to all young men. Such a man children have returned to Newport, af next, but it is wife to At One Dollar a Foot. wedding was quiet and unostentatious, tucky has not often had the fortune to ter spending some time with her par- - Thi Farm utuatcd on the turnpike leading Call on or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. iMtlososo excellent a citiaeu and so ouly a few relatives and promote. Chaplin and is about 10 nnle trom Mooreiville to intimate friomU l LT. SMITH. OlltS. At:- - Agnes Gastllieau lias been ourteoiia a gentleinaii from our twloty being 5 miles Would you like to see tho muuificenco nnirn ill lint is iinnrniMn.. C.ni.,. PI..O from Springfield, 7 miles from ISloomheld. between invited After the coremonj tromValle Mill, a depot on the railroad ho nnd his elegant wife aro ""-,"'"- -' with which IUnUtown and Springfield, and ibout an hour's tntiftc"ittin.'t nf aiiij .trn iwliiiir ) t tttauv lunch was served and the hnppy couple it, j I tiiiik,iiiiik.iivi. vrt Ititj It. Bell and famil v and tho Messrs. Green run trom Lomswiu There 1. on the Tarm a good .i univorHally iwpuUtr. tho Ixihy took carriage anil started for tho groom's viMt his little cottage that tho diligent will move to the State of Wshintou in comiortable house of rooms, .thesomain binluuiir -l- .ittlo Florence Farris, ago and all a brick, haing burned a e.ir or Miss Ida hands of himself and wife have built up a short time. Mr. and Mrs. JIarrisou necessary farm buildings, cnnsntins of stable laughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. . Farrit, father's at Preachorsville. corn cubs, granary, smokehouse, buggy house, 1). Pettus about them, brick at a time; sit at their .,.i with mi odd and painful accident is tho oldest daughter of Dr. J. nnd rare table and break their broad, ami you will will return to the Gilmore farm, which Eoultry house and yard ofand tuo large intobacco E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor ami a young lady of culturo A good portion this land is Mr. Bell has had rented for a year or gran, timothy and clo cr and has a bountitul blue y ridny. H?r mother was sowing on the when sweetness of character, coupled with a find yourself entertained by a simplicity two. the No Hotel in Kentucky has a of water, well distributed machine with Floronce in hor lap, better reputation, different pastures and fields; and the whole is a practical knowledge of housewifery, ac- and family happiness and love that vou and its proprietor is determined that good state of cultivation In short.it is a highly little tot, with that curiosity characthe shall be maintained DEATHS' DOINGS. productive Farm, which the crops ot graces, and complishments of which tho daughter of may uever look iion again. Go there, teristic of children, reached out It is grain and tobacco grown an it early attest John Shuter, aged l7, died at Paint an incontrovertible tact that Washington coutm rapidly moving needle, a (jtieeu might well be proud. Mr. Cum ami if your hcait lias heretofore been too took hold of tho lnnd have beon selling 15 to 50 per cent, cheaper He has recently added to its appointments iniiiri is the son of the clever Preachorskind emotion, it will then Lick last week. small to invite of than lands of a like character in any other part of which ra-- i point Wank through one reville merchant, Mr. W. II. Cummins, swell so that your vest will unbutton and the State, and this has undoubtedly been due to backward, Judge K. F. Noves, of tLe Cincinnaher tiny fiuKors. and hunt ha been years your handkerchief involuntarily brush a ti Superior court, fell dead of apoplexy. the fact that the county two years. without railroad lacilitios, until the past Also No county in entering tho tlwsh the 8ecoiid;thus. Dr. and since he came here some three ago, as clerk for J. F. Iloldam, has glad tear from an eye that never before Ho was distinguished both as a soldier the State raises hner hore. cattle,for Livery Stable offering to A First-Clas- s wna summoned and relieved tho grain or tobacco. Our lole reason Pettua sell tin's farm is to close our partnership, and to a to such moistened in gladness. You will bo proud aud a jurist. shown his gentlemanly To accommodate the demands of his increased little sullerer. man wanting good land, well located, at a low a degree that he is acknowledged the of what Kentucky has done for herself Mrs. Mary Louisa Cleveland, aged price and on good terms, uc will sell the cheapest transient patronage. F.est Turnouts furnished Prof. J. W. Smitli has received from West, and to in Kentucky popular young man in town, and and for them, and happy if vou have as- SO, who was related to Eli Whitney, tho farmso, when ou seeNo useland.go To parties you'll Commercial Travelers and others. Vork, most say who this Mr. James K. Gilmore, of New with tine business qualification to back sisted in doing it, and will go back homo inventor of the cotton gin, and throusih mfsht want this land we will say that it is suscepwho is editing tho "National Cyclopedia tible of division and we will sell to suit purchaser. urgent him, his success is certain. Wo congrat- with more love for your own wife and her husband to President Cleveland, Call on us 011 the place or address us jt of American lliography," an Ky. TAYLOR A C and sketch of ulate both bride and groom upon their little ones. It would do any good man died at Harrodsburg Friday. I will pay a Reward of Fifty Dollars for informaletter, asking for a portrait tho fortunate choice and may their stars bo good to get a peep at the sweet simplic The death of John J. Bright, which tion on conviction of any unauthorised person his life, which ho wishes to place in Blue-GrassFa- rm occurred at his father-in-laEd Mc- side of other eminent as bright as those that twinkled in tho ity ami love of this happy home. work along the Found Cutting Timber or Damfirmament on their marriage eve. After Harrison county takes pleasure in Carty'8, at Danville, of typhoid fever, will educators, who have assisted to mould aging any Improvements . FOU enlight- - a brief honeymoon in the country, Mr. making this great sacrilico to herself cause much regret to many friends, who On the follow ing property the thoughts and opinions of this and Mrs. Cummins will return to town, when she commends them to Kentucky loved him for his aud Wishing to nut "farming, I will offer loi sale on Thelarmsat Highland known as W A Cash's, rhis is pretty clear oviueucu w tmrwi ili'i! Tun Hutchison's, (,eorc llaugh's, Ilastin Heirs', the premises, on will occupy the assist- - and Fraukfort. hero tho latter Kentucky will find iu unselfish disposition. If he had an eneima ninile a record and X H. Young, I S. Voung's 11 acre place, W.Ter.1... .1... m them a diamond crown for her noble my, but himself, we never heard of it. 'comply, that when we op ant's chair at the College. 1890, ry's, Cox'sLong's W. Hutctmcn's 40 acre farm, Oct. Gap At lope ho will - NMessw. Ward Moore and bam Magee Bite must remember when thus Though born with great bodily deformity head, but chsracFreeman and R. E. Darren's timber In one or more tracts, my farm in Lincoln Co., Utcelc, 307 acres, John T urnbull's, tracts on Ituck its Douderous lids, his calm and jt7acre.i, John Hustonville turnphiz may be w ent to Lancaster Friday to 6eo tho ball arrayed that sho is richly dressed iu bor- ho made the best of life and was always situated near the Danville Uuchanan's, acres, M.J Harris', 90 acres, B. teristically pike 3 , mites from Shelby City, and containing Powers', 100 30a game between tho Intkiuok Jouknais rowed clothes lent by Harrison couuty, cheerful and apparently happy. .acres John Andersons, 14 acres, Wash Harris' 327 acres, Freeman's, 800 acres, tho first to meet our glance. Which wasn't who will insist upon keeping the heart of and tho Lancasterians. Robinson Mill tract. 1 juin's larm. Ilrvint About Acres. Mr. William Morehead, a deaf and Kldd'slarn. loel l'etrevs farm. A tlonch's farm. Tho court which investigated tho Kd. Geo. B. Harris, tho popu- Wood Longmoor, and ho and his will died played. 'inmate of tho naturalW Collins' farm, on Glaiie Rid;e 600 acres, HenI can say without hesitation that this is dumb lar clerk of tho Harris House, is hand- never consent to deny Harrison, their Old Colony railroad disaster charges that ly one ol the ltrst bodies of laud in thei county, ry Miller's, aoo acres, Henry .Millers, 41J acres, Thursdav night of constipation of tho ling calico ami domestic behind the ami having been "nursed"' for o vear, in conacres, D "Haity Jack," in Jos. F. Welch, the section master, was dition to produce the heaviest of cereal crops, Stephen llurch's,lieas'Cottage near 1). Ldmiston's first and best love. tract, Strode Ho depot at Crab bowels, ago about h0 yeais. Ho was a counters of Chad wick Kdmistou. Miss of criminal carelessness. is unsurpassed capacity guilty white its Orchard, Hotel, Collage and Storehouse at Fraukfort Capital. and generally known an such m tho neighborJ UllLXHElMKR, by profession and had seen shoemaker Johu Hogers, colored, was lynched hood. There are but 30 acres now under cultiAgent fur Owner. toiom fow Mollie Brooks, whoso art productions , vation, the better .lays, having been until a Sawyer, Wallace & Co., tobacco deal- at Water Valley, Miss., for an attempt and clover balance all ct in by crcok andtimothy uever Is well watered and prosperous have been so much admired hero and vears ago in u has elsewhere, has gone to Paris for a week's ers, New York, with a branch house at to outrage the wife of Engineer Sam failing springs. 18The lencmg every nil been pasfield and months and withm the last condition, even enjoying at ono time the Murray, of tho Illinois Coutral road. has vtaivr in it The dwelling; is 1 modern visit. Mrs. Hattio Kwell has returned Louisville, have failed for SI, 000,000. ture Go of a money lender. 8 indenendenco Tho president has withdrawn the wa.h room,frame ofandrooms, with hall, twpautrv, , While a colored excursion was on to her homo in Louisville after a pleas n ell porches and frout ing security for relatives Bwept away ant visit to hor of Mrs. Mary 11. Wright as drv cellar rooms. There are two Urijt ,sii- - 3 Mrs. II. B, its wav from Savannah to Albany, Ga., appointment n Btail' to table aud shed room for 50 head of slock, si k that which should have been Farris. Mr. E. W. Jones ami wife of !rt row ensued over a woman's choice of postmaster at Hopkinsvillo and has giv- scales wheat bin. to.M l.op, poultr) huiiM., tl wtr!' declining ago, and about nine yeais house carnage his Pinoville, are here mixing and mingling nn escort. Fighting soon became gener- en the place to Major John W. Breath pit, 3Com cnl,and every sheds, meatsmall fr t ,1 varutj ot good orchard, ngo ho was admitted to tho tenant house f 5 ur rooms I'lblic 1. In Ity with former friends aud acquaintances. al, aud pistols were freely drawn. Seven itt. mills convenient of and where hu has remained over since. The tunnel known us tho mud tun- hyAt thechurche. and will also sell ill of m am- , Mr. Georgo Snoider, a handsome and in- women woro shot dead and several othsame time I atrmity ho was related to tho cattle, milk and blood and nel, on tho Kentucky Union roa 1, i: consisting of stuff; also my entire telligent Southerner, came up from Knox-vill- o ers sovorely wounded. aud butcher & DuddorarS, Keynolds and other good miles from Jackson, has fallen to, damagSunday, attracted hither bv tho Jackson county, this state, has not a HERD OI' POLLED ANGUS CAT1LK. vears a lesident of ui.,u .mil was for IllU lllvJ, Thirty head, from aged auimals down tn suck01 .miss .nary Curtis, w nose guest milo of turnpike or railroad, has nobauk, ing tho road to the amount of nearly HUSTONVILLE, KY. lings They arc 'daisies.." and no mistake One Stanford where ho used to often trot us charms 30,000. )er-old .Miss Mary express otlice, newspaper or money orwe was until Wednesday. saddle gelding; pair work mule., wo were a thoughtless n his knee when to do in Jewel; a jcarllug stud A. C. White, proprietor of Williams-tow- saddle mare by Second brood mares with colts Are still the the business a. id ready have a any visited iu Knoxvillo last fall, hence tho der within its limits, aud yet thing In Undertaking line. We full colls by Hamlet; 4 choice little boy Peace to tho good, but London; a good mule coits; stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes Central hotel, escapes financial by llainfiirdand Imp. ua.uu uue. .hi, jouu .uagee ami tho people, recently defeated a proposiof every description. Our hearse, wtich is nearly old man's ashes! head of stock hogs, all the trops, farming 15 ortunato obtained on short notice Mr. M4Vi f,UVdig U V4 .(MI.I4IIU and let of .ll tion to build a railroad into tho county. difficulties by bravely running off by Terms a liberal plunder. known on day ot sale. new can becharge of eur business and will J. B. Green has Tho meeting to select a democratic II14L, "Ward thisIIV.U show and made a Biugle himself, leaving his wife with three baweek. Mr. Mageo It is also said tho county has not our goods to any one needing anything in our 11, this nreeiuct. to buc Reese .n. fnr C,P6t.T.D.r.ngU,b,A,.coneer.WtSHELB bies to caro for. to tho uiouutnliis with him a negro iu it. to or , took back ceed P. B. Edmlstou. was called lor at S t i ca, . H I i . 1TOTICB. A. ln-in- - yes-wa- t -- tc n-ll- u FOB, SALE! . ti .,,.,,, A woll-wonied Sla-t- w , e 1 3 -- 1 i0" a?afW" 1 - ETEW - SAW MILL. ' For Sale ' i-- 43-- iy Twculv Iluildiiij; Lots i mw m at mm hlue-ras Pul-Ha- l.lKW-poiui- d NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. -- , trmud-daught- ' ' ' ' - S3-- FAEM FOR SALE. FARM FOB S.SXE Huston-ville50-- tf stead-Kliler- 's 1 rotl-hoad- ' I ... .. mm i,ivi j j Farm For Sale. vs il THE RILEY -- j j i j - Ki-v- ; .i-iii- 11 poo-..!- .. To-da- Me-sr- s. unworn mra! 1 ' WELI. 31-t- BOBIJSTG. ' 4114 tat " 1 THE MYERS HOUSE 1 sup-pl- never-iatliii- 111 111 Pool and Bllliard'Parlors -- blue-cras- s. Moores-vill- e, $50 REWARD! (4-- A SA-Iaia- t,f 1 Wednesday, -- i, - good-nature- d 300 1 poor-hous- Otten-hei- m -- tlue-gra4- Well-to-d- o re-s- tuo-tor- Pp& sister-in-la- poor-hous- e, iS I I I 1 ear-o- ld c.. 1 -- J. T. STJTTOIT CO. ..-- - 1 1 1111- -! po3t-ofiic- o n , men-si- b .JU .. V il .0. -- J,u, Austin Smith, who had both his legs cut oil' by a K. C. train at a Covington Louisville, Sept. S. The convention crossing, wiu awnnled $15,000 damage. was called to order by Uov. Knott, who at CumMike Welch, n - SniTLMr.nK 0, 1S0O nominated (.ieot-yWashington for ternantord, Ky.,berland Gap, and a negro named Moses fhnirmnn. He was iiiinnuiiously ... Brocker. fell out over a woman, when elected with Tom Tottit, of Owonsboro. tho latter tired two shots with a pistol V. F serrotaiy. into tho body of Welch, severely woundA lone discussion followed over whuth ing him. er John W. Lewis should ho sworn in DEMOCRATIC TICKET. John Anderson, chief of polieo at of once tvith others. Decided that lie shall. All Somerset, and Jack Cation, one of his to I cr Co 'jjrefs, been, reeognix of took oath of ofnee tit 2 o'clock. Yotinjr, deputies, are under arrest for criminally Mclionry and Clay hustling for the u uu nuo poopie, girls, whoso home they JAMES Knott is preserving n dignitled assaulting two says and solid front and will likely be elected. had entered with a search warrant, a dispatch. is a cold day when there are no It At 2:30 the convention adjourned till A collision at Stopstone, on the N. sensational developments in the House 10 without noinp into work N. and M. V., between a jmssenger and of Representatives. A slinginu of epi- of permanent organization. Kmsksos. freight train, piled both up In a shapethets, the application of liar and an occaless mass, but strange to say James A new party has been hatched at sionally a knock down all go to make up after several days' incubation, by Stewart, a fireman, was tho only person to to come best the doings of the mob and bring the erstsetting hens Frances K. Wiliard, of the seriously hurt. while honorable body into dishonor and collected, Jvever The Lebanon Enterprise gays the fudisrepute. The most interesting piece of W. C. T. V., and others, which is to be Shoes, Goods. Clot AV business to the demoarats, however, was known as the "National Reform Party." neral of Abe Meau.x, the colored barber, furnished by Gen. Kennedy, of Ohio. Among the reforms it is to accomplish was held in the 2d Presbyterian church ever been We speech the other are prohibition, tho abolition of National and tho Rev. T. A. Bracken atsisted in He made a on in which he went for the leaders of banks, general control of railroads and the exercises. Meaux was a democrat stocn of dy Hoods. We to his party without gloves and attacked telegraphs, uniform marriage and di and one of the most respected men in Senator Quay and his followers in a most vorce laws, restriction of pauper immi- the community. The employes of Penuis Long iV Co., Bivage manner for their failure to per- gration and a protest against alien ownto attempted to stop tho mit the bassage of the Force bill. Tlio ership of lands. The Courier-Journthe new bridge at Louisville and a fight senator was charged with being a thief thinks it was an unwise act not to take a and a conspirator, who would betray position on the ellicaey of the nursing ensued in which one man had a pick lungs and several the republican party for less than the bottle, or declare whether tho garter driven through his They shall be placed above or below the knee. others, including a policeman, woro seof select main- other Judas Iscariot betrayed the Savior. verely wounded. low republican party is in a bad That the Be- . l 1 Rv a vote of 105 to iW, just a quorum, I A freight train ran into a Pullman way there is no question and these famisee don, t guarantthe House decided Saturday to unseat sleeper at Harriman Junction, on tne iv. ly rows are but forerunners of the gen we men Clifton Breckinridge, of Arkansas, be & C. It was thrown from the track and we eral split up that is sure to follow. worm, cause his opponent, .Mr. Clayton, was as- the engiue and seven cars wore piled tip Qooas tee A wiiiTEit in the else A on sassinated and becaue a ballot box was promiscuously, causing a loss of $5,000. l to judicial reform shows that by the adop- stolen. As neither offense could in any Tho nine passengers in the sleeper wore tion of the county court system, which way he charged to Mr. Breckinridge and taken out through tho windows tinhuit. shall have jurisdiction in all criminal as the contents of the ballot box could The 1th Ohio district democratic prosecutions, $100,000 annually can be not have affected his large majority, the convention, having taken 717 ballots paved to the State. Under the present action of tho republican mob is based en- without reaching the nomination of a system we pay for our judges and Com- tirely on its idea that might makes right. Congressional candidate, has adjourned ', Mr. B. will be deprived of his rights onmonwealth's attorneys tne sum of sine die, anil the matter is relegated to 31. SALINGEK) Main Street, Stanford, Ky, and to secure the prosecution of ly a few days, as ho is certain to bo re the people for choice of another set of The criminals, witnesses' fees $53,01)5 03, ami elected both for tho long and short term of delegates to a third convention. democrats of that State seem determined ior jail tees clUo.twi.u.; on tue average by even gieater majorities than ever. to get no good from the gerrymander. LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. and have courts only once in six months. The republican majority in Vermont Under the proposed system the jail fees is 1(5,301 r i, ou 10' m tvnl f r iV FARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. Th less this year than in the last r. i in.' her I in ol could be reduced more than half by gubernatorial rcuu:i4' leurt rv ici mliutt'' M and the democrats election Five thoroughbred red Berkshiro trifit Vt.'irilh speedy trials and the office of Common- gain 12 members in the Legislature. The boars for sale. S. L. Withers. Ir SKINS Mm NS( H.uinj; scuirrtl the service- -, ol wealth's attorney, the most useless oili-c- other States that have held elections all For. Sai.k. A nice lot of Fulti in the State, could bo abolished. fallow large democratic gain, Arkansas, wheat. Apply to S. M. Owens. ; These officials cost the Statu $47,500 an- for instance, increasing her majority for bought of J. I am now fully prrjMreil Gentry Bros., of Boyle, nually and do nothing that could not be to do Gov. Eagle to a 1,000, which is 10.000 or better and more satisfactorily done by more greater than in lSS-i- . Tlio signs of II. Dunn a pair of mate mules for juOO. Mil privately our r'arai of o Wadcaircta John Jones, who murdered .Initios Aircf, county attorneys, who would always be bri.k tho timea all point to a glorious victory Glenn at Hickman, a year ago, was cap- dwelling lth no itj.,irovmnl, It iailiutlDa ally loi caotf aad good outhouara. familiar with the cases. We are glad to for Uaavill cated balwaaa Sufr.l, Uirea.ltr a4 the democracy in the Congressional tured in Lousvillo. and in hall mil of UuobU Oood MMaor4, know our member is fully in sympathy . elections this fall and a clean sweet) in sih.oltaud Tho Harrodhburg Democrat reports with the proposed reform and we trust 1692. H A J SWOPE. HnbbU.Ky. 4j.,m to 3J and a of 'M good cattle at ' sales he will be able to accomplish it. Thk Texas republicans have nomina- lot of btock ho?s at The Louisville Post has unearthed a ted Webb Flannagan for governor, tho Jake Robinson bought of Bob Port'i ny Kufm I (ler for ale priviti-lhuge swindle in the granite contract man who immortalized himself by ask- ter a inulo colt for $75 and ou of Heniy u.l .ir th Sti okl l.wi I. itnlonl t,i All work warranted and promptly done. with the city in the matter of short ing in a convention on one occasion, U Iester for same price. in. rui.nwrf Iin..ar piHC Acres ll mvr y i n. mi ' ti. conluomt; llli weights and goes for Scott Newman, the "What aro we here for except for offic' K. II. Mattingly snld to Matttngly ;' i " " fiHul ..i. km., ui'l ili ' ttiil rt Cr. " contractor, and the city officials in a way es?" Of course ho doesn't expect the Co. ' I mules at $117 and Lee Sandeis; livatioii Call t.'i ..r - - WITHKK- -. Ky that they must despise. Nuw man threat office for which ho ia supposed to be run- sold 10 at $115. Lebanon Kntui prise. ens a libel suit and criminal proceedings ning, but hopes to get one from Harrison J. L. Cogar, of Midway, sold 13 hhds against Editor W. M. Finley, but the all tho same for the sacrifice ho makes. of Burleyjtobacco in Louisville, the low ME latter dares him to institute thu.u, claimAn.l MlCK OF DKl l.b est at $10.J5 and the highest at yJd. The democratic convention to be held ing that he is fortified with such facts as Judge Morrow continues to win. IK .imi4 i' " ,h 1r'U ' ' ..... it H 'i s A II r uiV rnurr !' will prove Newman even a greater rag at Falmouth, Oct. 1(1, to select a candi- He took the September stakes at ; n. el in c w l i fh. i. n lYir ia. .. cal and scoundrel than the swindle date for Congress, promises to bo a repellll Bav. Saturday, H miles, in :!:0U '..... i .. - .. a...... . I .Vlllif IlLt my "! t .. W.ii ..!.. : : I !Hr till tr !l indicates. The Post claims to be the tition of tho Carrollton exhibition. Of A. F. Moberlyboughtof Wtu. Ward I..11.1 l i ' 4 .' 'i'Mir h' h C, ,r i WA cit i A champion of the people and in this ami course Congressman Dickerson wants to in Madison, o geldings for fllO and sold toom ,ll, lluloi succeed himself, Theodore F. Hallam to Mrs. S. B. Hiatt a harness mare for its other fights for them it certainly deis again in tho ring; so is Senator Berry, serves their praise ami gratitude. stock AVCTIOH Judge O'Harra and others. There will C. T. Sandidge took the prfrituni Senator Blaiii, who is ever ready to be another life and death struggle with atJUardstown, Saturday, for th'i .air I will tell at public a.uii-'i- i on Monday, 'ptrm-- . introduce any measure that will increase Hallam on top, we hope. model !.. of buggy guiding and for i.. ai stin'i.r.l. Kv ttandarri-- i.d Hol- Ic.n baifrr, a yearn "Id; t ua'ari brnl taxation and take the surplus from the from yarli-(- j ur liull.aV4.tra ft The democratic Congressional conven- stallion. A. Colley has lo ; n the last few up, inciuilinc old. 9 ol fttt r; u $ nock rioaja, yol W. treasury, has presented the pet scheme weight aOout i , in of the National Alliance,which provides tion at Memphis had taken 1,770 ballots weeks 50 odd hogs with cholera and he J. C ALMS'. 5" for the issuance of $1,(300,000,000 in at last accounts and was htill at it. has as many moie that he fears will go seem to bo epidemic with the same way. United States treasury notes on a basis botli parties this year. of first mortgage on some $2,100,000,000 Sunol and Palo Alto were sent to of lands unencumbered by judgments, break their records at Philadelphia, but HEWS CONDENSED To loe our paatntril.ip in I.ivery Sublc at Li '' r !l t 1.1.I trusts, homestead exemption, rentcharge they failed to do it. Sunol's time was oritur I. , u ur. titc Vermont's pop illation bus decrersed J:11J and Palo Alto's 2: J. or other lien and hold by tho mortgagor in fee simple in his own right. It is just 81 in 10 years. A. T. iN'itunolley bougnt of J. F. A bridge over the Moldan, in Prague, Cook 10 hogs, weighing 250 pounds, at hoped tho wild cat measure will share property Thi' tolkiwin J the fate of the dead and buried educa- collapsed and 08 people were drowned. $"J.10. He also told publicly to various Kijht jcmI haioica Ilorto, a Hue lea. Sun- y is stated Unit the K. T., V. a U. parties n lot of It cattle at $12.50 Cirr.j... Suritu Wvik. 2In. v wnlii-tional subsidy bill that the old man injraur.lr1 aad Wood Binder, j and Georgia Central have purchased to $17. Cow rliag Hu.fvi troduced and talked to death. 1 vearbne Cuitla, 'i 100 li.li.l the Motion. The Glasgow Fair will be hold Ucto- - ofCirnU oi W heat, ' in Hal'i of Jtjra, 101 .,.1 Karnunj Ten yeats ago only Hi States had her I and three succ eding days. Mr. nveral 11 mi(le arvt l.urle liarnr.a, j laJia- -' The population of Idaho, one of the J rotten boroughs made a Statu to help over a million people, now '27 can boast Thomas Dickereon, secretary, will please Sadillca, KC k'"l:"1':n' sauJlc, .Vc , J K. ACfkTIS OOVKH perpetuate the republicans in power, is the distinction. accept our thanks for invitation and Neur Adobe, Col., a work train was officially stated at 81,000, which is con eiderably less than this Congressiona' run into ny an expiess anil 17 persons Tho Register says that J. W. Bales killed and o5 injured. district. And yet she is represented in has bought in the last week 500 cattle RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. The lUchmoud Rational Bank, short- for Lehman Bros., at This makes the Congress of the United States by two Session opeu8o)it. 10, IHtXa, ly to commence business, will make the about 1,000 ho lias purchased in two Senators and a Congressman New Tnrcc Colleges. 1 hirtccn Departments. 5th for Madison county. York with her 0,000,000 inhabitants weeks at M to J. Classical, Scientific, and Commercial Tom Sellers for the murder of Btands on the same footing in tho Senate Auctioneer Dan Miller sold the Courses. Expenses moderate 5180 to Kohertson was let oil' by the Scott as this political abortion, conceived in bull and heifer advertised by J. C. S240. Attendance last session 326, from erverrrrv if v J1 years. the basest desire for partyadvantageand circuit court with Allin, yesterday, at $20 and $.M) and tho lp states and territories. Saturday was tho hottest day of the other cattle at $7 to $15 anil tho hogs at For full information and catalogue, address brought forth in the iniquity of the season at New Brunswick, N. J., the meanest partisanship. No other public offerings. L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor mercury going up to 10U. . S. Marshal Gross tells the To cure IHllouincM, Sick 1 By all means tho constitutional con-oLouisville's population is at last of- Breckenridge News: "I will have the patlon, Miliaria, Liver ( an act of simple justice. ficially stated at 101,005, nearly 1)0,000 best crop of corn and tobacco on my vention, tho tote and cert" ought to engraft a clause in the new con less than tho first estimate. place this year I have ever raised. I swr.iTzr Btitution continuing in ollice those now W. L. Welsh, grocei of Danville, will make 50 or 00 bushels of corn to the filling official station until the terms for made an assignment to John W. Verkes. acre and my tobacco ia tho finest I ever which they were chosen expire. Of Assets and liabilities unknown. saw." What Capt. Gross says of his course exception can be made in those Congressman Goodnight was unan- crop is true as regards other crops over Tne. it,,, SMAI,T.Kl7M.' cases, if such there be, whose ollicea are imously renominated by tho Third dis- tho country. THE abolished. Louisville Times. This prop- trict democratic convention at Bowling is the bolllL;. TllLy AIIB Inr .. B3(iltrlI Tate it Catron bouuht 50 butcher I"rlp ur ollhor Htr. osition will find a ready response from Green. cattle at $14 to SIS and 135 sheep at $3.50 Tlio premature explosion of a blast lovera of fair play. The officers elected and sold 120 ewes to Lee .t Moreland nt KISSINIIfil-.iVlast August are entitled to their full at Spokane Falls killed 1U laborers, and . J.r.SMITK&COalaicnsr-liIL- L Win. Moreland, of Danville, terms, unless, as tho Times suggests possibly more. Many others were in- bought HMIBHIBMHMBmBSkt'' the past week in Wayno county, jured. their offices are abolished a lot of straight cattle ot $2.80, and S car After four abortive uttempts, M. of sheep at Sunbright, Tonn., nt .(. Since our last issue Mr. James It. Bochefort and M. Thiubaud fought a duel loads ho shipped to Danville. Somer which ,r. Marrs, of the Lancaster Record, one of in France, Saturday. M. Thiebaud was set Reporter. the editors who failed to attend the slightly wo u nded. Leu W. Hudson has bought during . I IT! Maine held tier Congressional elec incucster association alter securing 18 PROFESSORS and INST .a tho past two weeks about 100 jxtra su- made by the Lexington transportation, has sent us his dues of tions yesterday and a dispatch says ttiero Ayvlvnltuml, Sclciitltn gar mules from T. McClintock and W. U. Roller Mills Co., Lexing$1, which has with the other $5 been were reasonable doubts that Speaker ... .. neei'lny, Classical, "X Griffith, of Bourbon, Gentry Bros, nnd turned over to our treasurer, the Hon. Heed woulu ho ton, Ky. B. Carrithcrs, of Fayette, at prices sale by all School, Academic, Commercial A named Dixou eclips Benjamin Harrison, of the Henderson from $155 to $225. Several ciops of and Military Courses of Study. ed the famous Blondm by croesing .Niag- wheat have been sold in the West end first-cla- ss Grocers. News. ara on a i wire tsaturduy in tlio pres- of tho county for 95 cont'j por bushel to COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED In ' ""a w.raaiau M4WKO0P! j FREE OF TUITION. fail to use. Cream PeUHta aad MBKV0U8 Hundley it Co. The formers generally Tiikrk is one thing certain that tho ence of suuddering thoimuds. Kail term Two fa3t trains on tlio 0. & O. col- are holding for $1 per bushel. Hoard Stock convention will not do, viz. namely, lo lided near . itorrnlloryi-- pit week, n private if you good in Li .Wnm. flallltinllu ...IM ..l.lvul...u n.B..l I.... Btraaiia.a' rni,upmiaVKiioi-aTSK;tt-SnSrir AaiLBiiimoi. i:;,: v.r.s.5Jv ." r our. (.1 Dover, owiug to tho during the current week .R.HIWUV nmf .Ull.lIkO CUIIIIMIIUII T. wit: It will not put prohibition in the geucu oi a nagmau, una were netli- hogs have sold iaiiersadilre&a aaiM.i.ir oaralll.a I10M 1 UlTaiT-a...- H. hadly nt ?:AQ tier hundred. Danville Advo-li a ZSZ and a Cook. IAMES K. PATTERSON. PH. D., LexlHflOR. Ky .al.aill eonstitution. wrecked, thougti no one was killed. J cate. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal! CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. bar-keep- er 4 e lr"ry MD DISPLAY F EW FALL G m a WALTON. Will b. Mccreary, i jirts-idenc- Fashion. It has more establish our supremacy as Leaders our purpose handle only goods reliable makes and. of uut jam,, uciujj awaa merit, ana tie STOP TO COJSTSIDER direct us obtain the goods for lowest prices. Preferences, but in the history of our exut nee have together such an array lung, Hats, Trunks. Carvels. Mailing. of Dm voint of variety, exquisite patterns, unlimited quality and cheapness of seen in Stanford. price, nothing like it has pride, ourselves our new more than ever tins season seem rail have . al track-layin- g Struck the Popular Fancy on Styles Courier-Journa- are the productions careful ions, honest And Patterns. Quality a lid prices make our goods attractive. prices. rial and our gigantic swell and yon buy, call ana forget our fore protect our patrons at all points; that ee. It ns that guaran tne money you pay us for them, and 2) per cent, our full will sell them. hearty invitation is extended, less than anybody -- t THE .1 uUr-i.- I LOUISVILLE - STORE $Uo,-OIL- manager. i V l't JSTOTICE D-M-TO- V er MR- Si-OlMFORSiS- TH0S" OF CHICAGO, ihur-hn- r ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK Axn i. Farxa, Tor Ssvlo. kn-w- rt i I ail-li- i'l a I- KOTJSE FOE B,ETT; -i Hi- - A. R PENNY. Sheep-bund'- I i ! .1 M I i NEW GOODS. ! I .1 i 1 I !. a mi . i Wc Have it- - 1 JUST RECEIVED Our First Shipment of Dead-lock- s PUBLIC I SiJJCE!. Cr-i'- . l'-'- 1. .t-- Wednesday, Sept. lolit, 1 FALL x CLOTHING, - In medium and Heavy Weights, and 1 1 ('1-tl- o, 1 I .' 1 l, Stiff and Soft Hats, The Latest Styles and Colors. 5j-- at Central University t. ! STAGG & McROBERTS. I Cou-stab- le Hoi-stei- n '.. Kx-U- a B BILE Bi . The BEST FLOUR JUG-")- CREAM For ' i i 1 FLOUR want happy a. . rlililiofK 'v ' ran-iii- L' wiro-wulk- er Don't Flour Bread FiiMEN J fHinllli-iift.S- ONLY! fp:"."'?"'n'.ffU f ,11 rMv&7tiirAt6i4 I ipiujJJ Ifai mufl .m.'j'W'W1"1 J""IW r' re nwy tj iMijL. m"'jpwnii 'ijnnmnn S Wliileout drivint;. - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Lot of llrBteln's lirick for sulc. Fofetor. J. II. C-- Stanford, Ky., Slttemulk '., V dres. The fire was FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. I. I80O. not discovered until it hnd gotten under) Thk Cour of Appeals has reversed 31. IIUZSBAKI, A. M., S iiooL l inks ami school xupplied at the decision iu the case of Banghinan vs. good headway and it looked for a time W. IJ. Meltf.berts'. I'ortman, tho elfect of which is that as if Miss Kate's life was in danger, l'aculty of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Excellent tV pav for the hotel With superhuman efforts Mr. Allen l'orttnau It is tettlinc timv and I want what and keep must the the rent years con- nally succeeded in extinguishing tho Hoarding Department. Discipline Strict. Instruction thorough. Send MEANS BUSINESS. it for term of you ojve im. Tafco thie to yonnclf. W. -, - for Catalogue. tracted for ten. The lower court held IIH1IIV- Hill I1UI lllltll lll'I ilt23 Has mtiiyour Ht'cotintH. I menu you A. U. MrKoltcrto. Yx that the prohibition law, which tojkthe ally ruined. Mr. Allen's hands were It. lVntiy. A cori-uof of minors passed saloon privileges, its main source of rev- bamy hurried, whtlu .Miss Cook was Watch as and jewelry repaired and frightened nearly out of her wits. renny. wHrrantod. A. It. up Nunrday to work in the ii&w iniuu at enue, away, annulled the contract. TiiKbeHt place to buy druj;p, patent Cuiuberlanii (Sap. By a vote of more than two thirds of Whkx we displayed the flags yestermediciiii'H :uul toilet articles is ai A. H. HUSTONVILLE, KY. its stock, it was decided yesterday to Pennv'n. Amiitmk.vt of the tiiiest, purest and day for "Bain, decidedly cooler," the - Buy your pohool books, ink, tablets bet Caiidies jnst recfivwl nt A. A. War- people looked on like so many doubting change the Lincoln National Bank to a guppliuH of all paper, pencils and school ren's Model (Srorerv. Thomases, for there was not a cloud and State institution, to be known as the Vinil.4 from A. H. IVnnv. I, lri ti n tirSKI' it was and had.bcen for two days as hot Fanners Bunking and Trust Company. I i'I College Courie, C .t ind s lentifit. Also 1 w Sl,-- i II ..', t..n p n ,1 Tin; capita! will he tiie same and tho continue to make cabinet rithn iti I elesrophy, T c U ritmjr. iHie ill as hades. This was at 10 o'clock and PERSONAL POINTS. Hoard ani 1'iiiimfr, t. r i ol i r v ith . i intern il C' irse $ , llord, i.tr week, Jt, at tS per down till September by 2 a thunder cloud had gathered ami same directors and oBlcers will run it. Can enter .it an' t u.' Wr I. f, r M li THOMSQV. Pnndtial. (i. (ill.N, of louisvillv, was 10th. A. J. Karp. StanfoiU. (io. J. rain fell at intervals tho balance of the Those who have studied the matter are hore .SUtir!.y. convinced that it will be best as there (old aRAiiB, thread necklaces ami evening. It was also trying to turn cool i9 little margin now in National Banks. Will Ciuii. returned to Centre Col torrid friend'-hirine, "all the en;" latent fash- by night and we trust tho very lOKB yestertiay. Under the charter procured from the ionable novfities jn-- t received by Mc spell id over. Mhs. Taltox Kmury, of JcMOinine, is last Legislature, the stockholders are Boberts, the Jeweler. tlio Kueet of Mrc. T. J. Foster. Cait. J. B. Doioi.as was considerably liable to the full extent to depositorsand Dealer In- His train the olllcers will be under the same penMi,s Km ma Damh, of .Meteor, la the bruise! up at Uly Sund-tyband trcntet our peoThr Unetoun was switching there and a car was run alties for wrong doing as under th'J na- .151))' (nogt of Mr. A. (J. luietltunl. ple to several of their choice selections on which the tional system. ft of Hockcnstle, Ma. M. II. Mt.Mi'i-ux- , , Saturday. The programme, of conrte, in which struck another brakes had not been set. To prevent attended eomt iiere yesteniay. contained Annie Bon'Y. TmtEB cars and a caboose of a freight Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. both from running oil' the track, some Mr. C K. I'owkm. has enterel Kon train on the (Jrcensburg Branch of the of Lincoln county will one threw a fence rail in front of it, Tub turky 1'nirornUy at Lexington. B3T FINE WATCI I KS A SPECI L. A N. jumped the track Friday and beMh. J. K Fwiiiis went to Somerset please come forward and Kittle. The which broke and flew up, striking the sides tearing up the ears, a good deal of I will take old gold books for 1MK) are ready and I must have conductor in the abdomen, knocking or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) yesterday with three Kood hordes. cargo was lo.t. Conductor Iiobert him down, and his head striking the car, the Dan Mu.i.Kit in bnck from the auocin tho tax. T. D. NVwInnd. S. L. C. Chappell, who is from this county, was he received quite an ugly scalp wound tionofOlil Ikiptkts in MadUon. thrown down an embankment and burat Hales Well for the rest o about four inches long. CottaK8 A BIG Bon 1)avio.v is now smiling behind OF of coal and it tool: ied under a the seflion at the low price of ?2.C0 per in the IjoniM'ille Store. the Tin: democrats of the two voting plac- nearly half an hour to tlnd him. He esMits Mao4.ii: Tit kkii, of this comity, week. Will not receive any more boarders this seoeon. A. I Spoouainore. es in Stanford precinct held meetings caped with a few flesh wounds and bruisTtluiit-fetins been the gtieet of the Mi&oa who saw Saturday, according to instructions, and es, but it is a wonder to tho-The Lincoln County Bmldini; ami elected committeemen. In No. 1 IS. A.J the coal removed that lie survived at all to Danville yester- Loan Association w ill isiue a new series Will Shank went Benedict was called to tne chair ami J, Brakeman W. U. Harnett, of Bowlnnd, day for another tertion at Centre of htock Oct, )it, lK). l'nrties wbhinu B. l'axton made secretary, when on mo was also badly hurt, in addition to having to nnecrthe ran cet the nummary infortion Capt. Thos. Bichards was chosen to his arm broken in two p'.area o.' batches, Mtea., is Mh. F. K. Cot :.. .1... mation by applying to any member of 2...... ofldy rotative, Mrs. I'okiu T. the Board of Directois. A. A. Warren, represent u in mu tuning tbo most CHURCH AFFAIRS. No. 2 organised by selecting Wallace 1'. Oomta. Secretary. Varrion chairman and secretary ami John B. Myers held services at Nunl's Miss Mattir ihMLKY is vkitint hir electing IM L. Dawson rommitteeinan. School-HousSunday afternoon. It is Thr Mt. Wmon .ienal says that the UroUiOr, Mr. John U IkUy, at Kept in mo k Country I'rcduce take-cch trtge forgxd. - Both are admirable selections. his intention, we hear, to become a trial of KmiDPti unodt:nSrs for the marMm Katr Hail want to Soraorsot der of his brut tier, Squiro, tho bloody SH.TiN.-- At Josephus Conn-- eale, Poacher and in his ciTorts he should bo Saturday to h Uiur at the Jflir, which particular of which were riven in the Thursday, Humphrey Best and a man encouraged by all good people. UK wm r.noeavor -- ocieiy l.tTsaioa JuraxtL at the time of the named Woolwinder, engaged in a shoot- begins lurl?s, ine meeting both taking jositions Iwhind saums t0 'row Jah9 Ccltok, of llorboorrUh, stmt-o- d killiiic, ie t for tonlay. Hon. Fontaine ing .GO TO. in for ;b fuetiioii at J'rof. Douii s F. Bobbin will ttesttil in the prosecution rxu. Two other men, Nooe and (Ireen at the MethodiV. church Sunday night and C. C. William", !q., conduct the then took a hand and in all 20 or mora "lw,w,"n" ,,,,te ,niort'bchool ytetvrday. are re.jueste.1 to ask that the defense. Irom Mise Hub Roi'T shots were tired. Best was wounded in ye Unlay acfoinnanitdhy Mkt wimninui "'" wciuiy meet piompiiy Is authority for tho wrist and after tiring all the shots Thr Courier-Journa- l in the lecture room of the Christian VauAiMlale. Minnie the statement tbat tin chair of Civics in froin hie pistol took refuge under a bam. chinch Tuesday afternoon, at :) Misti Av vkii.la l'AVts, of Crab It isaaid that hisiiaud will hovo to be Otitie College Is to be Ailed by o'clock. lias btttm the tjuwtf. of her anat, Proctor Knott, who will, for several amputated. "MODEL. GROCERY" He was unable to atteml Bev. Joe Mundav, "the reformed acSaturday, but the Mr. Joa. ?veraMce. ( the the trial at months after the adjonrnment It. K. Uri.iin, of the Lancaster itec coitelitnlional convention, give instruc- other inon wero on hand ami were ac- tor and play writer," as his bills describe onl, tau the only viailine newspaper tion in political economy, international quitted. Woolwinder was only slightly him, turns up again, this time at Fort Scott, Kansas, where he lectured at the man here yesterday. law and on the constitution of the Unit- wounded. First M. E. Church Sunday night "To Ixmlsvillu to- ed States. Miv LitSA C.miiiT it is The IIki. Old man men only, no one under 1(5 years admitday to purcbaeo fall and winter millin Mr. S.J. Conn sends us one of A small mob, says a dispatch, took Dalton, bettor known as "Santa Claus," ted." ery for Mrs. M. F. Klkiii. has a wife much younger than himself, tin. liilla iil,i !, ...mi t'litio n ..vst.l !..,iw. bo Joseph Bay, a neuro, from the jail at H..n. W. H. Mili.hr left Friday to who is more than usually fair to look of Brer. Muuday. on hand at the opening of the conMitu-tiona- l Lancaster, carried him to tho city limits upon. Key. T. J. Uodbey received Miss AnJim Bambo, forgetful of the 10th whips and cow bided him until three couveuUon yesterday. were worn completely out on his naked Commandment, coveted this neighbor's nie Brouaugh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hknky (J km an will attuml Central bodv. Bay insulted the wife of Bev. good fortune and sought to divide his (ieorge B. Engloman, into the Methotlist t'tiivrrsity this Htiou and went up church Sttmlav and baptized three chil Amos Stout, the Baptist preacher nt that wife's aii'cction witli himself, but the old dren of Mr. Hoadley Sampson. Mr. to be there at the openinc. man overheard him making love to her, Uodbey will have a good report to make C. Alcoiin, of (iruonsburi:, place. He was released only under oath Mn. again come to Lan- and stealing up to where they were bill- to the conference, for which he leaves tojMitMl throoli J'rlday on his way to that he w.iuld never ing and cooing, let Bambo have it in day. Botli the Stanford and McKen-dre- e caster. This is a pretty Darbourviile and othei boom towns. churches have largely increased Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall the head with an axe. Fortunately for membership under Hkv J. B. (Jn)N went to Lexington irfeco of business. Where was the jailer wuld-bLothario, the wounds were their and their contributionshis ininistra the and the other oflkers of the town? Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, to missions, tious yofctarxlay to enter his brother-in-law- , not snlhcient to stop his flight and lie church extension, '4c., have more than Charley Curd in Kentucky I'nivornity. Jewehy and Silverware. In the county court yesterday J. K. left, standing not upon the order of his doubled He is greatly liked as a pas J am as .Mkksuon, of Monford, is now a Lynn qualified as administrator of D. 1.. going. Afterwards he explained to his tor ami so lor as we can learn it is ttie iUeuiau on the Southern witli head- Stephenson ami Henry Lynch of Mrs. friends that he and old man Dalton were unanimous desire ol both churches that quarters at this place. Somerset Import- Minerva Sims. W. K. I.ee was sworn digging potatoes when he was accident- he be returned. er. Tho Bost Railroad in as Justice of the peace of the Waynes-burally hit on the head by his hoe. Ho The French and Eversole crowd in Mil J. A. Oka ft, of lonlsville, whom precinct but wont take charge till will be particular, all the ennie, how he the Winchester jail have sworn out a o w the Times kuvh none know but to love, June. W. F. Camden qualified as depu- trespasses on another man's preserves in a writ of habeas corpus before .ludpo Scott, who required each to give a bond was here Friday, the uueht of Judge J. ty clerk. Tho application of Mrs. Bettie o the futuie. of iU.000 not to attempt to escape during W. Alcorn. IVnnybat'ker for liquor licenso at Kings-villF. W. Ti'itvun, of Middlesboro, a tho trial. Mn- CI. Bulky wont to I.oxint:Um o Capt. Newton Craig, an old citizen against which there was a protest, brother of Marshall Tumor, who was of Ucorgt'town. is dead. He was for 'S3 Saturday to vWt relatives. From that was argued for her by Messrs. Varnon o killed by .eke Warwick, two weeks ago, many years keeper of the Kentucky IKiiut she will ko to Shwlby connty-f-or 3 and Owsley and opposed by the county passed through town Friday on Ids way El arnl in ls7.5 represented Scott rt a w'k or so. attorney, ami continued till next Satur- to visit his father, B. F. Turner, in county in the lower branch of the Legvisit-ini- ! y Mas. A. I. Si'R k, who has been islating day. Ho says he and his brothers will her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. i n BntNBi) Out. Mr. Sim Worthain, who let the law takeits course in the case of rt -Welsh, hero, has returned to hor lwino a NKW AIiVKBTlSKMEXTS. in was with Mr. II. C. Buploy here for Warwick, but they are not disposed to in l'lttbhuru, I 'a. rt C -.years, and who, a month ago, opened a allow any monkey business in the mat 5-o SAL.E! Miwrs Annib Disiimvn, Cliolsea Cul-totailor shop at Jjiwieucoburg, had the iter. Warwick is fast recovering from U of Barlwurville, and Annie Hunt, 5 o misfortune to lose his entire stock by his wounds and bis friends are trying to r"KM IN SUllLKHSOr TOWN, 7 AC11KS. of l'ineville, arrived Sunday to enter two xkI; new dwelling hou.r; good barn rind 3 To prevent allLand lire a few days ago. His trunk and oth- - slip him oil" to Tennessee. M J neteiiary outbuildings, .ill in good repair. emale College. valuables; also went up in tho Haines, this the Turners have a largo force on Mottly (KJtloin land Alo two go?d in fifteen minutes. er Watches completely demagnetized nd two good dwelling in town Will tell cheap Mas. C. A. Co returned from Monti--H- o Mr. Worthain tells us that it is generally hand, armed with Winchesters, which and on rcmtdnable terms Apply In J S. WELLS, Ph. Q. Presc. Oik. B.H. DANKS, Jowelor, W U. HOLLAND, yestenlny anil reports her father, thought that it was tho work of an iiv they will use with etl'ect if necessary. Voseinite, Casey County, Ky Mr. II. B. Saulloy, much better physicali icendary and that there are those who Mr. Turner savs his brother left a good ly and ment-illyMamSin.t,l-pCourt. House, STANFORD, Ky believe that the building in which there estate for his widow and family and 0. L. ami T. W. .Ionm and Will large hardware store, was lired by fore he died made peace witli his Lord. a The Lincoln National llanlc ol Stan'ord, Ky., u left yesterday for Bichmond to enter All noteholders and others persons interested, who wanted to make Marsh, he says, never killed a man and cloning up it atT.tir Jes-- st having tf aim against said Association arc hereby Central University. Joe Jones and a speck out of tho insurance company. had but few dilliculties, although he notified to present the notes and claims againtt Wearen will follow suit was shot 1 times, and strange to say, in the Association for payment svood J. II. OWSLEY, Cashier. 1'iiof. T. M. (iooi)KNKiiiT. of Franklin, The Inteiuok Jouknai. has a defender tho row in which he lost his life, he was moved to Stanford and ho ami wifo in has its friend, James M. Crawford, of cut 14 times. Mr. Turner claims that all Are headquarters for will occupy a cottage on Depot street till Bockcastle, who is worthy of tho name. his family aro peaceable men and all ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE Mr McBoberts' lease of their farm exIf a (iCOI) LITTLE FARM A certain prohibi ionist was abusing this they ever ask is to bo let alone. . pires. o. mmmmmmmm paper for everything ho could think of As The First National Bank played in estate Ai!minitrtor with the , will annexed of the of Joepli Paije, tkctl twill on CiTYb'vTcTNiTYr and dually said it had published lie after party. Tho latter tough luck last week. Monday the time lie on ids Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! lhiy the Oliver Chill or 1 Iamilton Steel 27, 1890, larger of its two safes got out New timothy peed at J. B. Foster's. words had hardly been spoken before lock on the for anybody At the late residence of Joseph Page, deed , Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no good right of tlx, making it impossible t Friend Crawford let go hi puuuc ol lliulonvmc, Ky . evil Can.suv Bums for sale. Ueorgo is miles here to open it, though tho attempt was auction toMiith hishot bidder the Kami, at contain-inthe hand, which lauded iu the fellow's ris. Kvcry plow warranted to about 60 Acres of Laud, u huh testator plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. by Messrs. Hocker, Mcn mouth, knocking him down. We are manfully mado The Farm it lived at the tiinool his death An expert was the wct iile ol the Middloburf pike and New timothy need at Iliggins is going to employ Bro. Crawford as Boberts and McKinney. fxsk your neighbor. has on it a lotaforuhle lwcllu K house and other do good work, or no sail lighting editor, and woo be to him here- telegraphed for from Cincinnati, but he improvement. i.ish, lulancc tn ciiujI interms. Friday In tho mean after who dares say aught of the paper did not arrive till itallmvuti, due in 6 aiul ta month, with imrrctt Com PI.ETE line of kid gloves just retime there was enough money in tho from daf of pf or tho editor. l'ui.ion Riven January Mi, rRVi:. ceived at Severance oc Son'p. smaller safe to run tho batik or it would A 54 td rt The democratic county committee was havu been in a pretty iix. Tho largo dm'riitli will indexed of Jo I'ic, docd. shoes just received Nkw lino of Zeigler elected Saturday 113 follows: Stanford, contained Slo.000 in currency and at S. II. Slianks'. Call and examino No. 1, Thomas Bichards; Stanford, No. '2 safo PUI5I.IC SAI.K about half a million in securities, none them. L. L. Dawson; Crab Orchard, J. A. Chapof which could he gotten till tho door 13LUE-(UUSFARM. Font teachers only were examined pell; Walnut Flat, W. P. U rimes; High-lan- had been cut open with a cold chisel. A J. II. Carter; Kingsville, W. L. M. Uoodknight assistfor after rriday. Prof. T. This shqwed its absolute safety, (Ksmijt'i lad health, I will Sell to the hijjInHi Is Receiving His Wayncsburg, W. F. Camden; ed Supt. McClary. five layers of steel and iron had been re- biddir, on the premisp, on Dr. (ireen Moore; Huston ville, moved, the heavy frame work of the Thursday, Sept. 25, 1890, iNMTvriox.sliavo been received here J. M. Cook and Hubble, (ieorge 1. and after that a sec- Mj Farm toiiiaiain m Acren, in a coud kUte of Hop, which Bright. Tiiis is a new deal all around, tittie lock remained to the Sixth Annual Fair lock hold the money. eultivatiun, well watered, ha upon it a cimhI ml Thursday ovening with the exception of Jim Carter, and ond combination and all nut comes oir at Somerset tue liou.c of Iim' Give him a call. Aa luck would have it, the vault door hiuldiiigk. 'I lie furiii n iiti'alcd ,u miln fr m Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. next. is a splendid one. The got out of gear while the safe was locked Stanford one id frim the Stanford .V Milltdi.-vil-le the make-urt mil tnile from Morulauil pike, to all tried and true demo- and a hole had to bo cut through the two-fo- four kiIcm from liuttonviile. Mu;siiu, John Newi.vnd, who was so members are I will aloell at the ume time mv Mn I, crop we believe they will bo more wall largo enough for a jnan to pull and F.l'mins lmp!cmenlsr cotKUting ol Morse, fearfully wounded by Bill Teeters on crats and Tho committee will through. Tho old eayiuR that it never MuIck, Cattle, Corn, lUy and Wheat. is out again and tho exam- than election day, Any one wishing lo examine the Farm, I will Saturday to elect the chair- rains but it pours llnda verification in all take pleasure in knowing him Hook Xerphtg, Short Hand, Telegraphy. Sum WAS ining trial of his assailant is set for to- meet next F. L RHODES. Morcland, Ky d Write for Catalogue and full iHformutior- - E man. xWJIOVIbaUBif the affairs of life. day. 1890 Hardin. n Wxtju, 100 pounds of (allow. .Mnrk Tun buildifii: of the Stnnfor.l nntl Lo-- j Don't Smoke 'Kji. Iran's Creek turnpike hns been let to X- nt fi s-sniHucktr ft Co., of hirh A. T. Nunnelley Mr. Millnrd is a member. to Miss Kate Cook's o tantopaJb emale Colleg'e ( J. President. k.c.walton, bu. Mananor s car-loa- ds CHRISTIAN COLLEGE, OPl-NI -i -t . Classical and Kusiuess. a, I For Girls and Roys. ! -1 . I pbo-tosrap- i. 1 , C I p 9 m ROBERT FENZEL, tfflbS 1L0GKS AKO . ... m iEWELRY. tax-aye- rs ALTVa car-lo- ad LINE e. CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS Col-le- rr, Just Received. Also A line of Parlor Lamps of the Latest Designs. i Glassware, Queensware and Tinware Win-cheate- r. e a j MiHK HA.RDX3XT. to-da- r. j ' i rlarnl Har-rodsbii- rc "rl) to-da- Ur-cba- rd, ex-U- ov. A. A.WABBEN'S Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. o For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, yets-tenl- ay 1 DRUGS and JEWELRY high-hand- ed e j HAMFBM g WATCJBk Watch. vl I i, -. pen-itentia- ry Uar-rar- n -- n, FOR WHtJsaWSMU?! n j 1 ttorc-liom- 55-- 4! . be-i- s ITotice. W. b. McBOEEETS, . to-da- 1 HIGGINS & M'KINNEY ' Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, d Saturday, Sept. t Far-W- n 1 uliia-teho- 's. Oiitt-ihir- d - . S ttot:ft1Igtlto rAClll i Mc-Cart- y; Tur-nersvill- e, SPRING AND SUMMER BRYANT GOODS. 4 t p ot figure-head- s. & STRATTON Business College IE? IVl,r 3j-t- m hi vy- Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal ; WALT WHITMAN. An okl linn once saw I, Bowed low wns lie with trow, lIeirt-frotl, PubllBhod Evors Tuesday and Friday S'--i white with rkn Reody and ripe to dte PKU. YKA1UN YlOA'aY'COE "When not so paid $2 50 will be charged.K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7 Upon n CU(T be stood Above tho sew' unrH; Hi beard broke ott hU feraast In vetMtaMe flood Awl ewUewlr Train leaves Rowland at 00 a. m , returning it 5 30 p m A maMea rouud whose bean There burned a w renth of name. there oatne l"rom far with airy trend L.&N. " LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail tram going North South ' Express train " South tt 1 - ti . 1'ptn xm Ah God' ltat she wrw fnlrl To look were to riUilnla All other joy ami pula. Ami tave her to de-po- lr withdrew from the race, declaring that lie would not run against to good a man ns Buck "You don't say sol' oxclaitned the colontl "Ys do. and know it to be a fact. I would mlvto you to humor him in the same way." "I'll do o.' "Hush, he's coming Imck ' "We nre going to have morn rain. 1 think," wiid the mjor. as he his 1 -ror-unt- Buck began to growl. The major didn't ?ay anything that night, but next day he sent. The above is calculated on standard time time is about o minutes faster Local Freight North South ' The latter train also carry piieigers ..orin 37 am ft so Bra stpm Solar "I oosne." she cried, la tooe like sweetest siren soot;, "TlioMch I linvo tarried lostg. 1 own, ih own. in owb' "Sm, iMvttk 'lis lore oomtiets Those lifeae. prleolmi, mrt; Come, let roe cron ti thy knlr With wreath od Immortelle " Uer. Tlwofcl tanu lite vokw was Hire tie m "Couut to tnoek at irwr Mlae eye are all nUur RICHARD C. WARREN a Candidate tuck), subject 11 f - Ai to ilit .f the Sitc of Ken-h- e Dt mocratit part) nsred REMOVE3DI 1 have rftnoM.l ins ""ce t Ure site female C hs.e 4 times. m 1 will be ",e.ri,"VpP?ii HUGH KF.ID. OITue OS Officeon I)r. A. S. PRICE, St K.Kl Mam Driest viifi DEN 1 1ST. user tt It. McRoberts' c, sl infe.d. jouthr" "Nay, grieve not tbou," she nkl. "For I have lored full oft. And at in lover conl Allro to woo them dead " "Oh, fiend." 1 cried, "for shame'" Ytotdlac to wmth's surprise. My "Thou art too Into. In sooth Naught eorthly itinWaw lite pkid Where vrert thou in my mad. eutr. fie?) R. C, MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. extracting tbe eyes And siren face of Fume. -- George Morton lu Chicago Ilerakt I kitew 9m turned upstairs Nitoii.tK Portman Hease, laintreii,tljsitegiven for painless dt ....,, l.ts coming the colonel There was n yreat political ferment in Simpson county, Ky., over the approaching election of a county judge. The nominating convention was to meet 011 Saturday, and on Friday night two well known ixriiticiiuiscnuglitiun rain stoim stopped at the houoof old John Perdue. The H)liticTnns, Maj. Bloodgool and Col N'oix, wore ely candidates fortho covetetl position so sly, in fact, that neither one knew of the schemes of the ri DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. OfTice South side Main street, in olhce recently vacated by, Dr. L i Huffman Stanford. Ky . r AlttlWD JTaLLKN ALLEN & ATWOOD, RSSL ESTETE EGERTS. up and stretching himself, said to the major: "Let me see you a moment, please." 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. The major followed him to the end of the gallery. "Major," old John whisShreve Iluildmg r pered, "I am compelled to tell jou somer RANK, .MAMMON. thing. Yuti gentlemen are welcome to JAS. G. G1VENS stay with me as long as you like, but EERJEQR. ability to accommodate cannot always GIVERS bo measured by willingness to do so. REAL ESTATE, The tmtlus I haven't butono spniobed." - "But can't the colonel and I sleep together-'" the major icjoined. Town Lots, Coal, Iron and limher Lands bought "Yes, you can, but the truth is the or sold 011 Coinmiioii. Correpndence r colonel is awfully peculiat." solicited "How so?" "Well, as rational ns he apioars HOTEL stiiring about he's a strange man inwhile TEE CQEEERGLEL bed. j Oui families, you know, are well acJ H OWLNS, Manager, quainted, and I therefore know nil about Harrodstaurg, - Kentucky. linn. His peculiarity comes from a scare he leceived when ho was a child. It I have taken charge et this popular hofl in every seems that a dog ouco tried to bite him, and intend to run it in a first cla papered and painted from and now, jtut before he dozes oil to rospect It top to bottom, the hedging is being renovated and sleep, he begins to growl, and unless ta make it pleasant ind comfort- overytlun; done able for gue.t. '1 hetal le shall never he surpass- - something is done to stop him he begins J It Ott'UNS. ed by hMelsin thi section to bite fearfully." "Humph." the major grunted, "that's odd, but what can be done to stop him or after he begins to growl?" "Well, his brother told mo how he Stanford & Logan's Creek used to work it. Ho always tool; a coarse The comb to bed with him and would rake ' Turnpike Co. the colonel with it when lie began to growl. As strange as it may seem, it Vc,theunderigntd, E T 1. ncc. D W S S II Uaugliirun. J F reton, J was tho onh thing that would quiet him. lluuhes, W II Miller. J. Owsley and lobu M Hail, hereby associate ounehes tojellier and The family doctor said that a comb was befome incoriorated pursuant to the proMsion somehow the only thing that would start or Chapter 56 oi the General Statutes of Ken. tucky, by the corporate name of the Stanford S. the blood to circulating." LokhVs Creek I urnoike Rol Company. "That's very odd. And would it quiet a" The business to be conducted is the building, him?" and operating for proht a Macada m untaininu mlicd turnpike road in Lincoln county, beginning "Would mako him act jujt like n K., an at a point on Main tret in Stanford,lietwreell at the lamb. Why, he ustor insist that his alloy leading therelrom southward premise of Mr- Mollie Jlyers' heirs and John M brother should take tho comb to bed with Hall anil running thence southward our said him. Ho don't like to hao uny one llranch, thence tastwardly alley tn the St hv the premises ot I) W ,Vandeteer, Hughes A mention the freakish misfortune, ns he Peyton, A L. list's heir-- s II Itiughman.J. Pence to a point near nlways termi it, but it would bo doing U Shanks' heir and L Logan's Creek and a small creek eraptjinj; in him a great favor if you would take the Pence s house, thence up thereto front of K comb to bfd with jou and give him a this?" Logan's Creek by the premises of S II Shanks "Yos, 1 am. lor if see mat tool again rako in case ho should begin to growl. to an intersection with the Stanand Dave Collier turpike near the stoue am tolling you this because I am your I'll havo to cut his throat- - Good-by.- " ford and Crab houseofMrs Chappell '1 he length ot said road friend, Shortly alter the major left, tho and because I know that aro to be about two miles shall be Stan- good timber, and especially because colonel came down. "Why. look here." 3. The principal place of business ford, Lincoln count), Kj said he; "I growled just as y.u me he lorporution shall commence on the 19th hope that j mi may secure his influence 4 day of Jul, iS9o,and and terminate on the 19th if should ever desire any office. to do, and I wish may die if trial i How day of JuK, i?o, unless sooner terminated bj a Don't you know that we always resjiect didn't come within one of ricf :ng my of the tock oatstamling vote ol . The amhorued capital stock i six thousand the man that understands our peculiar- life out of tne." dollars which shall he paid at such times and in ities before wo aro asked to explain "Mighty sorry to hear ii He must them such amounts and upoii such terms as the Hoard Hut the corporation to him? He is sensitive that way, and if havo changed since I kuow'd lum so i 11,..., mr. kh.ill iinocribe lioct he Ka that yon underhand hun ho will well." When the convention met iihm day authorized by these articles shall nan oeen suo- - men Know mat you lime bad lie capital .lock snail oc uiviucu inio on him, tho major and the colonel fought Mch rnl"" , . .. lime held him iu jour mind." hares ot fifty dollars eaen ana eacn snare sn.111 te. either in person "All right. You get mo the comb, oUior so violently that neither of them entitle the holder ofby written proxy at all elections anil at all meet- - nnd I will go through with tho cere- could win, and nt an opportune rime, ings held b the stockholders old John Peidue stepped iu and received ,, mony when the time comes." ,.im..- 6. I lies auairs in inn ldiiwi.iiw a Hoar. of five directors, elected troin tne the nomination. Upie P. Rend m .New "Here's one, put it in your pocket." stockholders, out of which Directors shall be They returned to tho colonel, nnd after York World said Hoard; nd such Di elected as President rectork shall be el cted on the first Saturday in n while, when the major stepped into tho A Noted Doctor Mio m Sbj. lor unclear, June of each year and shall serve until their sue- - house to get n drink of water, tho old nqxt succeeding thtir election . and Abernethy, an eminent Loudon sur,,,. iiu'iril .mil iiualifit-d- Said Hoard shall man said: . ..geon of the last centurj. was noted for also elect a clerk ind treasurer but no member of "You nnd tho major are good friends, his independence and for his indtirermice ald Hoard slnll be incited treasurer No person this c rroratiun I am glad olli e shall be eligible to any to people of rank and wealth A ceraf n whoshallnot bea slockh lder therein 10 which "Yes." replied the colonel, "I think nobleman once presented himself at tint 7. 'lhe hiifhest amount of indehle.lHe any line u'jct Itself he is n first rate fellow." t this corporation ma surgeon's office and without waiting for shall lint exceed sern hundred dollar' liko him, for jou and ho hi3 turn demanded to see Abeiucthy. "Glad 8. The private property ol the memoes of this of tho will havo to sleep together be exempt Irom the delt Loroomtl-ih for He was refused, atid when it came his lorporniton the fact is I havo only one spare bed." turn ho entered tho consulting room in Per ow, beside the corpoiatiira hrcin men0. members of this cirpuntiox "That will bo nil right I reckon," said gieat anger. tioned, mty mid paMiij; for share of .tocl, or tho colonel. by subscribing "Do know who I urn?" lie jiskpiI. by iiur:haing and having shore, of H k trans "Yes, but the truth is the major is ferrud tothenon ths loks of the Companv alter "No, sir!" was the cool reply, "but I paid fftrby Mther. being ubcrired and r or l hi. tho most ieculiar fellow you over saw." am John Abernethy, surgeon, and it j'ou 10. No memhr of the Hoard uf Diieil "In what way'-- " corporation, except the Pru.idelit, shall receive wish to consult me, I am now toady to indlreitlv, f.ir direitl or any eompenntion, "As a bedfellow. 1 ani very intimate hear what you have to say in your Tho Protldoni and as Director. his service turn." other officer, (except Directors) and srvnw and with his faimlj and know all about him cmpkeesof this corporation shall recme uch It seems that he had a nervous trouble Yet this man, so indiflorent to lords as shall he fixed b the resolutions iompcnsati.ui when ho was a boy, and could not go to and ladies, when ho had to lecture bethe Hoard of Directors and lhebj-lahave all the powers sleep until some ono growled like a dog. 11 'lhi corporation fore soverul hundred medical studonts and uriw rges allowed t corporation, cf its nature I havo known him to lie tossing in bed u ler Chapter ft. Iltle was olteti painfully embarrassed As ho it. p irpo-and lor I mnpinii. and No. 110 Title Turnpike, for hours at a time, and then when J wits about to legm he would be obliged PI ink Kntd.uf the General Statutes) Gravel and would go to his bod and growl ho would to retire 111 older to collect his thoughts. ol Kcntmk and ihe .iIjm. ,uent Acts of lhe Genot Kiutti. kc amend tory and sup doze off like n lamb." eral The consciousness of his great reputaiilemcjitalthiritoasid.liail 'jc .object to the lid "I never before hoard of nn nfiliction tion, and the anxiety to stand well with all in. dunes prescribed by liilllies and tho students, mado him shy. Youth's t aid Stataua pf Corporm n f it. natme and its 60 strange," said tho colonel. vmmoses "1 oithor, but then it is a very easj' Companion. when fwchate lien ullto subtenbi. bftiifsc lb da of Jul), matter to relieve him Ho and a fellow ,.l nor resnrctitc name. lhi : r Wli llo Ci leil. d w lAMJbVKtK, named Buck JohiiKtu were once opposr ii cry, little boy? Passerby Why do ing candidates lor prosecuting nttomoy. J S. HLGIILs, K T PENCE, Little Boy On uccount of pa. IX he Well, thoy had to sleep together ono I. S. OWSLEY. night. Buck know of his peculiar nfilic-tio- come3 home without mo ma will give S. H. nAUGHMAN, JOHN M. HAII and shortly after thej' went to bed him an awful thrashing. Texas Sif tings. other After supper, while old John and his guests were sitting on the porch talking Johnson CityjJTomu over the coming struggle and listening JAS G GILNS. to WM.AVRF.s a wet katydid that hold vesper gervices in a locust tree, old John, getting & G1VENS, AYRES Attorneys .at Lav,, ioi-y- 5 Pinevillc, Kentucky. loi-j- -- ma-uit- r aim immm i -. 1 111 1 "Yea." the colonel responded, "but I that it will not intorterv with the If the attendnm e is largo convention and the proceedings limmotnoiH. tho msult will b of great Iteaeflt to the county " "Who do 011 think will be nominated for judge?" oltl John linked ".Wither of the candidatec? that have been mimed We have better iinbor than any of those fellers Woll, said the majoi. yawning, "I reckon we Ivetter go to bed. so as to bo in trim fot the work "1 will show you tho room." the old until romai ked, arising The iolititiuus were shown luto an upper room, and the old man. placing n caudle on the iiinntelpW-t.- . hade them t and wont down lairs "What noiso was that?" the major asked when the old man had quitted the room. "I didn't heat tiny noise." the jolouul , answered. "I did: it sounded like some ot.u gasping for brenlh." He might nave heard a ivoite might have heard old John struggling to suppress his laughter. "Suppose we go to bd." ud the major. "All right You go ahead and will blow out the candle," They talked for some time before Ij ing down: then, nfter a long silence--, the colonel uttered a deep growl The major reached over and gave him a nk with the comb "What the deuce are yon doing?" exclaimed the colonel, springing np in bod. "What do you moan?" Ami iu hit rage he began to grate his teeth The major, supposing that he was getting ready to begin biting, leachud over and gavo him another nike "You mfci mil idiot!" jelled tho colonel, feeling for tho major's liair. "if I don't wool you I'm a shote!" doing?" howled the "What are major. "Let go, or I'll hurt Quit, I tell you! Haven't you got any htise?" The major had found his hair "I'll let you know what It is to rake the life out of mo with a crosscut saw." "I wns doing it to oblige you. you confounded wolf! Let go my liaii !" "Oblige ine! Do you take me for .1 saw log? Look out! If you hit me again I'll pull overv lwir ont of head!" They tumbled out on tbe iloor. rolled over and over, and then overturned a tottering old wardrobe that came down upon them with a crash The majoi swore that he was dead, and tlie colonel yelled for a light, but no light came. Had they listened thoy might have heart! another uoie that sounded as if some one were breathing hard. The old man wa3 in the hall shaking the railing of tho stairway. The major was the first to scramble to his feet. "I will throw you out of this window!" he exclaimed. "And if can find my pistol I'll shoot tho top of your head oil!" howled tho colonel. This threat so frightened the major that he gathered up his clothes as Lvst he could and rushed from the room "Why. what's tho matter?" the old man asked hen the major came down. "Nothing, only I am going away to get a cannon and then come bark and blow that fool into eternity." "Did he try to bite yon?" "He tried to kill me. that's what he tried to do." "Why didn't you rako hiin?" "1 did rake him." "Humph!" grunted the old mar; "ho What, must h.ie lost his peculiarity you aro not going out in such u ii.hi ns hopo good-nigh-1 u Ho.v. Ricii.nn 0. Waiihbn, of Stanford, candidate for auditor, wns here Thursday and Friday attending: the fair and ; his claims to the people be met. Mr Warren i a lawyer of enviable reputation, a thorough noim: business man and a pleasant gentleman. He has been county attorney of Lincoln county, Commonwealth's attorney iu his judicial district and was a member of the hist Legislature. He mado a faxora-hi- e impression on all he met. Shelby Sentinel. pie&i-ntiut-- P0YAL AMLE5 , iMsap m. ra?..4suiwu yLflaaarsw Wt!X " i i BiIISSmSI P" I wet t r dianapolis and Chicago and is lhe onl line run uing Through Reclining Chair tars bttwrra Cincinnati, Keokuk and Springfield, 111 and Meepiu, C ir Cincinnati to Mackinaw ind the 'the Cincinnati, Hamilton A .y.j.wii K R i. ft theoal) hae running Pa Iman's Pcitccicl Vestibuled I rains, with Chair l'arln Mcepin, and Dmins Car service betsreeo Cinunn iti. In Tho Finest on Earth licit nr' t POWDER Ct l V ( t V ITx l lletween Cincinnati, Davton Lun i. 1 ,Iido, De- pot! A troit, the Lake Regions and C inadi The road i one of the oldest in the Mtate ol Ohio and the onlj line cntermj Lin inns'i ever 1$ miles of double tra k. ami from its pi.t re rd can MI l I KI M I CK more than assure its patrons speed, iMiifort and safety I i1, s Ci st it let I . .r ii where, and see that the, entifi aii liU Ticket, on sale . f si ,ly ...i il I .. I cither in or cut of Cincinnati, n't. I. read C , II A I J. n I io ti n lu ilt t.s.itini .adianapoh.or lo. I r i at ilogue Nest in Irgi 'ci i .MCORMlcK or t irtl cr ii I rioat In nivi Tiiktt Arfrnt General W C D I'tr.lJri.l i'l Nl. 4VII Only Dlroot Lino all in I. i Absolutely Puro II het ittrc V ici Re New York, . Of i . in C it ii t I ot for Chuag Mid igar. Point., St, Lorn., ll Cleveland. Drttott, I ndltnaDoits ana tne west, New Englar Canada, Making ilue i.iu tt i 1 AT U tt l t Hoslon, ., CEITTHE COLLEGE h- W'Hshluglon esr m .. I f' tirl r B.'timorc. Phlalrli' tjiiickest time tc Hairodslnirg, Frankiort K hhori-- si a' llu hmond, MKt.lMA Quuke.t line tn . i i r. Pat.tfr I - "t 1 Bucklen's Arnica Salve The best saltc in the world fur cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever sores, tetter, chapped hand., chilolams, corrs and all shn. erup And lOWDINt. I'Ol'SF tioas and posilivels cures piles, or no pa) recjuir 4 It istruaranteed to rive perlcct sauslacrtor, I ha.e a lull lilt' f It. S nfec Price sj cents pel bos. lions stid the tine.l C(ar.ari 1 me. and Ken. cm ' or mone refunded lkm I by A R Penns sunlord. Ky Hot sale her th.t I II mlr t r ha.e .r, und t Am i a Ke.taora I In cm n' . titer, n e ' t,l.e keep Tho Pulpit anil the Stitero. .1 t i .in mc . c.ll it w it right. Rc F. M Shrmit. Pastor I nited States iiretnit Ian ' ) J I VKK1I rea Church. Blue Mound. Kan says s "l teel woider. Dr King New Dis rv dutj to tell what r: bad y coeryliadooefor me My hings "IJ diseased, and m, parishioner, t I look five bottle, of Dr w eek. Use onl, a few liair-- t and Hjn,' et f King's New Discover ard am sound and well, pounds in weight aciniBK Manager Love's Funny I oik's Arthu-los- e. Saddle Horses and "After a taorough trhl Comb.nat.on. writes in Fancy I amonadem tnat nr and c on. mcinv: evidence. King's Nw Discovery lor Consumptiosi beats em M tails The Horses I Mht .el er cent. i erv all. and cures when everjthing il .. a.. thou.and h itteeu i i greatest kindness I can do m mane trial s r.1 K) Tree lf I I sAMil to try it fiends is IO urge them Regular sues at A R Pcnavs Drue; store Socts and Si oo C 1 GROCERY. RESTEURERT S lid Train., baggage cars, snoklng d uu lies, Pullman H ndolr Alceiwrs thr .! i out change viaLhallan oga, Hiriuinghai i, Mn Mil making d.re t connection en route I r Ki ..lie, A.hc.ille, Lym hburgand points in tl r At Chattanooga I ji.llti "" C. T. f Harness and dealer -- gers or baggage tt ., slma and M mtgomery II Ilorcn.c, Mcmplu. anJ AllKA.NoAS .uii and qtin ke.l to Anntston Sell , '! S. bile Dii.rt eonnetimns made si Nl W ' 'K I FANS witUi nl omo. bus trjnsler for t u r t Ilau.loll, Austin, .iiiU I he oulv tine ruanleg snlfi tritns .t' Pullman Buuelmr r Palate Sl,, u Tar. I . s of j sii.ille without ehangi lor at for Atlanta. Columbus, W i . ig n, Ch.rlc.l u. Augusta, Macon s ,n. ill, Brunswick, Lake Cily, rhons.s.ille aad 1 ltl 1 DA oin I. It .t.il, 1 ar tt.t Roadsters. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. he nl) Ihfo Si !i wit !i ml nn. i hot-tic- vr. ei !..! Attun Sn ti, Ant :' I tit t , rt I h it hk, Uikoii ml titr if 'in I) tll f rt Vjm nl iiitit i t r V t f Ji The traasilton front lonu, lingering and painful to robust health Mrh. rcmauhabw life of the indistanai 4tirh .J ike atWatr. . "'-'- -;' ii "- - " .- -- - V.srfullv gooo ' b r tne 'i-lmmm.A HMMff tlUinai aW WMVn V feel that they prat.' rf Electric Bitter. oee of be owe their re.lor.tson .o health to tie are onb' Great Alterati. e and 1 omc If you or Stomach. nth - disease of Kidncrs. ivcr .urelv And rf long .hort at so lefbyuseofFlectne ttT.i,rs"s Sold Store ctt and per bottle at A. II Venus. Irug ,. dispatch front n Christiancy. stasls. l!Hl . S. the supreme court of Mirhiuan, ex-l!TANIiltP,K to Peru, is dvintz senator and at his lonely liome in titat city, a broken SPICI t Al DMI'iN t t oMMKHCIAL down, ruined man. It will he rememSO'd pretty treauiy traveler. Horses ant) mules ought ar !lie, rv bered that he married a Only hnr.r.and schi e u.r.i in pirl, whose liasons with an army oiticer raued the old man to obtain a divorce. The woman died afterwards in a lunatic DILI KN s ITCH.K asvlumand tho judge hi never been wife's conduct ltcaine hhVelf since Dealer In notorious. Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Dry Enooh Hoots Shoe ., I tl ing Hjrit anA Uu-it- n: Isnac V. et-ehi- nys that justice of i. m. muci' mm ,;;: ::: TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. Iof through rates correct county raiin ill ml rrnat.. n call on Agent at J ua. tlon (. itr Ky I RANK U HllOl I I or address Tis. Pass Act . Lexritoii K C C it liARVm Presiort D V. i IDnAKps i' r I in i - iti nr.t-tU- s. CT.KC. HILTOIST - ..IC. sViut FrrvAlJlllrlCltltUC2,- - 1 A NHAV FAST MATL LOUISVILLE & trjurain e...V ""....i... .riml 1 rll ware Tinware, uriut re ai t! CINCINNATI to Fro. General Lino of Groceries, Alik.ml. I 1 D.oy, Secures clue, - r THE MOST RAPID ROUTE i.'ir. tin trie l.hto Kis.f e fj.tr. t lime i si. ; rr N ttmtcd 1H ... .'- The Atlanta Industrial Reconi estie mates tint 105 cotton and woolon Stat, s established in the Sonthem during tho first six months of the year mill-wor- i-- "MHTILSDC iviuinbvvj ds.Ik? ? between the great mu ud Ch.casro. ai i r I . rtte.t nk .me. iix-rt. II ,nt. n f i t t I V, ,,. r ia e. e , e ti.it is denon in The Ill Ur itni' i .1 id I t aTi4l7a-BVlV-,r i C11U inlon Min n, gel Moaoa and stick lo V want I save money and hare a dc.vAtn n t.r W tc ' t Uing employ give. 'i! trait . jt ir i 1S!0. 1 people wilt u.e a ce.iair.oi. It is a v.luabkf hng ordinary piU when thev can secure Acker . hngl.-Dr lonVfor the same o.oney sick headache end I for MllsMwaposilise ere Ukt" .. Thcv arc Penny aad do aot snpe. for sale by A it b , A Duty surprising that to Yourdolf. - CliVLDPSH''?TAEBNoSr ) . informal, n time cards, map. lores. i. I hi Ml. r P A , I oui..il',, a rW lUKkiK (i H KM KOlUvKIs. A.ltim, Ai u , K I TSSSffim BRAOFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA OLD fAU DRUGGISTS. Mq Central R.R. "' ' K CJlvAMS KOITJC. Iron, a.th thousand. couch., el. tMd sou e.r, lr Kemedy It is the be.t pre, m'flrt".lfo Sold ha .a .ration kno,. a for all lung trouble. K I enn c Is the complaint of Can't Sleep NiffUtu suBerlng positive guarantee at ic and b) A The Shortest nnd Qutckont Houto from Contrnl Kentucky to ntlpolntn NortL EHt, Wont and South-Won- t FniU Linebotwoon Liixinirtou und Clnctu-mvt- l v A Child Klllod. Another child killed by the use oi op.alcsgi.n Why mothers kim in the form of soothing s rup their children sucn aeaoiy poison is surpri.iiii. ub.n.hev can relieve the child of itf pe.ul.ar' troubles hy using Dr Acker's llahy A K contains no opium or morphioe hold by Peany. SillrDl'LKIN s I I Itl-hK- f M.W Ne. . 11, m.. No 1, th It und No J. ?" ' (luarantee Dr Ackers Blood ' ' l bee fully demonstrated to the people !..r preparation. that it is superior to all othercare lor sjphil.n blood disea.es It is a positi.e . I""' pononing, ulcers, eruptions and pi-up tin nes the nnole system and thoroushly Penny A. H. constitution 1 ple, Wo Can and Do "" '" Arr Arr lve ii.nat. ve C in tnton l Falm 1 i t Si I 1' ,44 San. l'sri. 1 .jth. gt ti u 1 11 to oe 1 1 On-hr- d u 1 Not if sou ko through the world a a dyspeptx .poutive Dr Acker s Dyspepsia 1 ablets aieindigestlosi. i.ir. Hit lor the orst forms ol dyspepsia, Guaranteed and sold ) ulency and constipation. A K Penn) r Din Met on the liver ktointi'h nnd low U through the n rres i la Thoy .e-t.-l ly cure iiilious A new prin nest, t, )! las a. torpid li.er i o unit const.p. - men wmn.'u and ih n n I fotlon It time, fo Jtanti Smilli'.t. mi ili'si Gamp.is Irou ul A it I'.'.ui) a suiuorJ le Life Worth Living J Arr Stanford I ir Richmond Arr Berea Arr I i.inglon North-Houn- I.ve P.ri. In so 11 Arr P hetr. 'it oj p as o at rr Hit hmond 4 3S P as,. Arr I.iita.ier SO Daily a m $ 00 p m am S 09 p as! am v IT n' a a 10 sj p as p m 10 jj P m. a an Lt s ' S 5 4 n I' . P m P m u (o y 40 p in I 0 7 4s J1 p Q p in ' uz. JL No. S. Net. I. J 05 si p ati. I JL"L .0 j 1 u 1 two-tlnr- d -- Nto unci Atilinnorau die Miles' I.Imt S'IIIh. 1 1 j t i. Hcu i . I i j"" I I i patch Joss Thompson, In Porlni n . KSflJi -1 . Zll -. 't. tii'dru I oil nj Mai.l rd, K tJrc-a- t j 1 ' -- E D Whit Hell u ul r.ilisoii ure lo thi teloivhonc and Nevtp rt Ne Mi. i.sinpi alley Co elecincit) sujs the l'lttstiuii; News Dr I'miiU Solid Vesiit i led Trains to llu Miles the will know n pecm ist in norv out diseases is to the nervous system nnd tiers e tlutil Anionir lurj niiinerous discoveries the Now York, Hi'storalive NVivh.o Is nmlm.btil.y one of tho greutest It is unsurpisse.i in nervousnes., and Southeast All oint. last dyspupsi.i. In u.l uiie. epi op... iiivinilgm lia-- l. Only one utght out Irom Lexington, uche, ini'lam lio v slceplo.ress cliiingeoillfe, Corrected 'lime Card in Kffect I an la, iloo eta hift trail bo t'tot t inuy be had or A It I'i'iinv. (Iruiiri.i A.I shoniii nml Ills ' ,V anJ r'ast.MTn Accom TifaiTi blnrttiAj ti iinfur t't AH r eU. :t vorj able, tn V Daily Daily turcst ng ami Inn ly illustrated book I'ree to STATIONS Vx Kx Il'cocrors. OLD KY. ROUTE i., Livingston llcrca Kichmond Stanford Lancaster It ic hmond Kichmond Winchester Paris Lcxiegton Paris Falmouth Covington. Arr Arr Cincinnati Lve Lve Arr Lve Lve Art Lve Arr Arr Lve Lve Lve ino a 74? a in 10 00 a m 1 10 p II 41 7 iw a in a a ml s 00 p HS 40 p m j 05 P in 2 30 p m p m 4 5 40 p in P i i le a ml a in m 3 45 P m 4 i 1 ml 5 6 p m 6 30 p in ft 3$ p m n rr to m 7 4l a a J a a 1045 a I00 SJ iOi Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, I 111 alL i to-ree-." A u M t, e u Dr llroivn Seijuanl s elixir of youth may be an Imporiiint (l'scoviT) )ut every one l:now thut Dr rratiklin Miles' New Heart Cure certainly!.. It ImsuHen th iii.iintls ufllletod with vrlous heartdiscns a N !W Loasoof Llfo. Drut't'lsts who uun ob.ei v its i llecu on tunny customer every where speuk verr highly of It. Mr John Weavot of ICinuhtstown Iiul.siiys. "I huve holil inuili of Dr Miles New Cure and lira u rnoiv oil miuij jjootl n ports.' O Monro i, tf Dunkirk N Y . reports UirRO sales 'And the be.l part of n Is evtrv bottlu lins irlven " Sold .iixl gu traitteoil Uj A It Pen-liStanford. K Valuable Illseovcry. Lve Stanford " LexinglOB. Winchester hxprcse is Jt n'n 6 10 7 . . " K. U. Juactson " Ml Sterhnj. " Msrehead " Callettsburg. Ilunlln;ton Olive Hill Ashland 00 pnii j '7 1 ' 7 ) s a pm l' pmiii bun am 40 am Sun, u 5 7 31 45 pas. 6 fo pm 30pm n'n ), 1. w e. used "Mother Friend," I would net be withnut it It is a boon to wives who km they oiu.t pass through the painful or.'eal of Mr C Melurge. Iowa. Write tht childbirth Hradticld Hegulator C . Atlanta, Ga , for lurtner Sold by all Druggists. particulars A Hoon to Wlveb Hami; DRUNKENNESS-TH- E As-etn- J-- - I rn, u u, 53 W.H MILLER thi knowledge of the person speedy tnd permanent lure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. have been cured who 'I nousands of drunkards have taken the OoldengcSptctfic in tlieir coffee kno.vled, and te day believe th,eycan without their quit drinking of their own freewill. No liarmfu t licet results from its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send foreireulnr and full particulars. Ad. GornEN SlKCiriC Co., iSj dress in confidenie Hacc Street. Cincinnati, O LIQUOR HAB-T-Itill the World more Id but ono euro, Dr. Hnlnoa Golden Specific. Item He given in a cup of tet or coffee withouta taking it.efleiting 6 ij pm "Philadelphia. sr " New York. 9 to pm W. L MUNSON. lrav Pass Agt , Cincinnati. " Richmond, Va. 1 40 pm .. S. F. 11. MORSE, Gm'I Pas.'g'r Agt. " OldPoiiuConiforl . . Cincinnati, O. ' Norfolk II. E HUNTINGTON, Vice Pies't and Geti I a m and j:jo t 40 Manager Train, leaving k.siukiuu pm dally, except Sunda crnnect ai V.'ircfcos-U- r GKNIJRAL OFFICES for Kichmond, Ky and osnts on the K C R. ,1 i, ilding, Cincinintl, O P uk I fr .tu New York, I'hll.uiel-uhu- , Limited is y. uia Lve Huntington 51 am Arr Cliarle.ioa Clifton rorge. ' 7 j am ' Lvnchburg 4$ am 10 50 aro " Criariottcsvilic Washington - . ,1 a jj pm pm ' Baltimore .... 3 1 10 30 pm 10 43 pm m 07 41 pm 3 31 P j. 35 pm '$ pat 9 .8 pm ....... opm u 6 as pm j jo pm .... . y. .. . .. ... 800, am and No. ti, at 544, p in, ariivlng at Mjv.ville at to 1$, a in, and 810, pm No 10 leaves Maysvilli at 3,13 a m, arriving at Parts at j 40, a m. No ia leaves Maysville at 30 and arrives at Pans at 4 15. P in. Those trains are daily except Sunday. No 1 runs daily Irom I.esitiglon to Cincinnati No 43 leaves Lexington 10 00 am; arrives Parti to 45 am; except Sunday No (leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm; arrives Falmouth 7 io pm . except Sunday No. 7 leave, ralinuutn 600 am; arrives Cincin nati7 5;am, except Sundav 'I rain Notes No 1 ruus daily between I.exmg ton and Cincinnati. No tuns daily h'tween Cincinnati and Lexington Nos a and 6 make connection! at Winrhcstci lor points on the N N .V M V Hy IMPORTANI Trains ol this line now arrive at and depart from the Central Union Passenger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all poiuts North, Kast and West Through ticket, and bagg.ge checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co. 1 1 ( Hicuinsti aad Lexington, leaving Cm. innali at a m , and at il.exingtoti arriving m. LexlMgtou at 1, tn Lve and arrive at Cincinnati at a 40 p. j 3J p m. On the.Maviulle llranch, No 9. leaves Pant at Trains Net 11 and 14 run Santlay only hetweci, ... .. 1 1 Uiashmgion aad all point. Eaut, arrives at Lexington at 4 4' p e. d.ih Maatord 11 57 p ns and fast mall Irom Ri mono, tl a.local all poiatt This notice forewirns hunters, fishermen and a in all statlous arca.l, llnnliiuti ti W others not ,v t.n our lands wttnout pir rives I cxiiiitt. '1 at u i' noun tally except Sun-clt- i) Illusion, as all such will he protected to the lull st mi ,rd 11 57 v est extent of the law Stoned Accoi.rm .tiotif-.i- i iilisrlld' and intermediate unson tho K. C W LOGAN points Kii'imeii 1, Kv , uu "r P IOSII ADAMS . m, daily, ex b t Jty irnve. at I ex 1'lllL.lir.K Kii.iiKUa 11. W. GAINLS M ml I a n S nil..) II McKINNKY, Cet'l J lie ti kcta re I re . I v a N. N. .V M. V Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN. JOHN G LYNN, Mrs ALICE FUCKER Ry ,r. D. JOS. HA I. LOU. THOS C HALL, W. A HAMILTON b. r. n. MoRht, G. P A., Cincinnati, O. 31 C REYNOLDS I Vt 1 POSTED. ,i... -- 1 ' I s C