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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890091201 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. Tf rrr Semi-Weekl- y 1 Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1S90. J. OTTKXIIEIMKR, Xcu York M VOL. XVIII. M. J. NO. 56 T. H. CARSOX, Cincinnati. HARRIS, Crab Orchard, Ky HARRIS. OTTENHEI i7rTri2 & CARSON, Dealers in Improved Capital California Collections. - 4 REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Farms,Timber, Coal & Mineral Lands in the Southern States -- Offices: Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky., and No. 21 Broadway New York. for the purpose of transacting a General Land ttitsineParties wishing to dispose of their Lands will do well to communicate with us, givlii" We beg to ii.form the public that we hae formed a We will advertise c ensively all lands that are placed in our hands for sale. full description, price and tettm. OLUFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. MIDDLESURG, CASEY COUNTY. At l(nst. The freasboro tho ln'Hted will no (ionht le vlelitrl.t ftil (or two or -- A protrnctedlmtTng will begin at EEHTHERFORD HOTEL. I'asaukna, C'ALif , Sent. 3, 'W. W. Cartreiitor DANVILI E KEXTL'CKV. J. E. Lynn sokl to T. It W. three month. The oldent College in the State Claiel, S the Methodist church Sunday. Ite v. 27 yeai ling steers at 3 cents, KY. li. k Intmuoii: I rirlool ton lotul HISlONVILLE. ciuuii. iiu diccuc v. 'ire 01 stuuy Full Fao tilty Location he.ilthfi Five thoroughbred rod lierHhire G rider and others will conduct it. (foii I cot out of ttitt woods. Not vory Gymnasium WAYNESbu JU. P. W. GREEN, - - Ti jprietor. Next session begin m, i o for caulosrue The Casey County Teachers' Assoc! boars for sale. .S. I.. Witheia lout; ttfter inr'I'nKUiy lellsr from Flut or further informa 'i s V C ,'P" ""l-l to . M. JohuWIl " nt Lihoity on' the llavine lcatid the above hoil, 'refitted and hvno D D., President. vnt Informiitini. of n Wftsliont in II. C. Eaton bought of East End par- - at " wiU ha Hnl! I am prepared to accemmodate the pubo( yturrdny in October. ' mjt r','ay " ll,e "Khlnd pike, for ,oa R jol o( fwJ,nu, j ) at 2 cts. Moiuvo desert, mid by tin Unit, th.it c1res a lic In the tyle Rt Good reasonaMe Cunningham wns taken suddenly Livery and Sample Koomt attached ivim A. T. Nunnellev has lwuelit In the liH'l hi'i'ii iixnl up nnd our tmln had th. -- The family of W. It. (iooch, of very stcK a tew ilays ago nnd is in a help lust few dnvs a lot of 2 and pnseed over we were more than eight Lot on Main Street in Staniord who have been kiting relatives cattle at 3 centn. los? condition. Doctors think there are Kouss and Lot l.mirs lute, and, lm .ng lost right to tho al Crab Orchard For Sak last Sunday. a Containing t in Cal- symptoms of typhoid fever. Senator Stanford's acres trai k, umde up iiotiu of the lost time. here, returned home Mrs. Matierva Sims, whoso maiden ifornia is the Inrgnt in the world. It As I have not noticed any news House and Lot, cansistirt' nf iVt Vre., loca- Terms easy A We eiirounturud a torriflc thunder storm T R WALTON', Stanford. from this place in the coIuuids of vour ted at Crali Orchard. K , and known as the S -name was Uoocb, dlml Sept. 3d. Another contains 30,000 acres. .n Western Aritoua, which suemed m property, one lilocL troi.i Depot The hou good woman has oue to her reward. J. W. Ihlght sb'ppetl two cardonds paper I will try to jot down a few items contains mx spacious room, one lattice porch, one p.'UiiiK white to hi iie.'oro we reached open porch and pirtit.0, with all tiecesMry out A new boarder at Garland Single-tottof liny to Middlesboro, which he sold nt of news from our little vallnge. buildings Call on or i Idn D U. Kdmtitou, FARM IN the Innd where theru nro no thunder SUHlRIlS Or TOVN, ACHES. A party 513.50 a ton. The fight was S3 a ton. th's place, coiniosed Crah Orchard, Ky., cr me at Pincwlle, Kv It is a boy, and m It Is thu Land srsod; new dwelling housp; good barn and Htnrtns. Tho temperature on the d.ort SAMLKL ULAIIl.'M D. 3 t comIlronaugh will foed a lot of Messis W. M. Cloyd, Thos. filler, Garland almost al!. over all necessary outbuildings, all in good repair DrvG. W. 102 In tho utiwile but win pretty hh-Mostly bottom land. Also tvro gosd folks. He bus bought of Wig Die, rho. Moran attended nud of hoes in Madion and two rood ltrrlltn,- liMii ".11" . e briH-from hot ng oppres- mon kept it a 'tick SA-VP and on reasonable terms Apply to The Cumberland Kiver Association various jwrties in this county about 100 took in the sights at the hop at Libeity. sively hot. w HOLLAND, ,. James Colley has completed bis I have finished my nw Saw Mill on thf Somerof Dnptists held the best meeting in its nt 3. Casey Cmlitj, Ky osemite, ' Tho lava htxls of Western Atiaona pro r pike, miles trmn The cattle market in Cincinnati is dam to his mill nnd will setfurnish7 any kind nfbtanfonl and arr prepared history at Itock Uck church last week. to Ll'MIIER, iHIXGLE"-, ent an intorestitit: feature for the tour. I , at LOW Ebl I'RICLbs I will sell the .Steps wete tken to put a misMonary In slow nt 3f to 15 tor best shippers; otuer j,rj,ui regularly now. J. M. Durham has ist Thoy roawnblo Immense hills of the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give field for all his time and also to os grades sell as low as 1 J; hogs aie in good ,i,itMi a ntMV porch to h's store, a wb'ch me a trial Pastotricc, M AYtt'i HJD, KY mil, and extend over a large ariw, civilly the ,,er ,Io,nnml nt ;l to M'' nr flnn l 2 helps the looks both out nnd inside. JLols A B. I1ASTI.V 4, i 'to the tftb,l8h n Kradul hik'h echo'. t0 nu extremely tamil TtLr.. u.tai.rriiiln Baptist control. The South Kentucky to 5; lnuilw 3J to In the corporate limits cf Rowland j. jj. Frisble Iips returned . from Mis- ... .w.w return round nbont. ,1.1 4A Tl..fAM.I Ilrtll .ia 4v I " l mem eoun, wuere ne nas neen ior several "u H J rARST, Rowland. a; ff farm captions in that iwrt of the country in AKSOCtniKm unties witn probablyinb ine 1.750 poiunh, nt ,nonths on n tour. Mose Colley, of cattle, nvorHj-iiu- : us work and the u:l the days tlmt are Ions: gont by. Tho 35, nud DO nvertfin 1,500 iwunds, nt Kinncv. wns in town Mondav! I). S. t Mul.llfltiirf. Mm n,t kit.IlL t UVSITC IO ft nu iir41.ll. I . Canyon Diablo is another cm.oeity of' v.ihi..viihi flirareuatnm the handsome sum of Elliott bought several head of sheep '"ll pmaieiy my far.n of 3' Acre of hiuefra .... lasirl at a ft m a fine state ol fertihu MT. VERNON. KY. is a gnct opening in, Would that ceetion. It '.Monday. 13. K.Swope cut his log while re 200 acres with improvements Location nnc Heutinv by one jo'Mt owaer from an 5l3,OI.V.iO. Iteometown limes. level plain, 510 ftet wide, C30 the south Houl'is still maintain Haas A Counr &old 2.000 bushels of cuttim wood. A. Guy is uoiui; to move rr''superb. of Stnniord, and trie laying of the farm- This old and other. HrtuuhtuHn vs. rortman. (Not There arc all of the necessary ii.i- ing its fins reputation. Charges is perhaps a mile on;. What reasonable. 1I) Uruce to Dnnnville soon. W. M. Lucas, who ' proements, inrludlug a frime dwelling ot ne 1SW). wheat .Saturday at "0 to rexited.) Filed Sept. 0. attention to the traveling public. rooms and hr'l, a large basement harn, andll nui't'tl this lapsus nttin- - no oue ran Appt-a- l Irom Liucoln circuit couw. Opiu sohl h's farm on the Perry, .Ho pike, six on the ick list, is getting bet- buildings new Er uirther ibformatiun, apply to has been M. P NEWCOMB, Prop,, l It could not have been wsIhhI oat IIOUT. McALISTEK. bturford by Judes Prvor, ravers miles from Danvi'le, cotitninitu; 115 ter. Miss Leila Hughe-- , of Stanford, is 4S im lon of thtr-jur- t Mt Vernon "" If. bwau- - it If .ill ho' ofthat apiMwmore, acree, to James ljsvrence, at 53. I). C. visiting Miss Lucy Swop. John Car- - ., 'IK. ss 'AT J1 it on nutlet. The SaiiU l"o cross no ' I). and P., joint owners of hotel Will iSXla& Terhune bouuht in Garrard 11 mules at man wont to Dauvillo Saturday. Mrs. Kplcmlid iron bridge, ci.ig the traveler SftO to $70. Advocate. entered into a wiitMu contract by J. M. Durham is visiting relatives at We offer for sale pmatcly on. frm known as We ant to sell our Farm a tine vlru of tho wonderful piece. private')100 The failure of the fruit crop is the Lebanon. John Moore, of Liberty, was the (Jcor,;.- Andtr?n plici, mile from Huston SCvkVniliM,",,co1 cultivation and It hasnear which it wm asreetl that P. bhould take lies tide, on the Liberty pine, (.outlining 43 acres, I'aiuideiM is not as lovely a when I CUn,y CM a aUdre" us a chnrj;9 of the hotel and ran it for a moat complete that tho countiy ha in town this week. J W. Dickerson gi d dwelling of 6 re rrs .n! well watered. Call Hubble; Ky Niu it Inst, but it Is the prettiest pin CO or u a Hiutnvillc, Ky 'm' HERRING MENEKEE. toriu of ten yer i Hy hw teims of the known for 20 vears. Not only aro the went to Stanford last week. Mr. A. H. 0.1 uddress JOHN' ELLIS U't that I know of. The sun shines very oootract P. was to pay MARY ELLlo of "to the firm" a peaches aUecteU. but the apples ami Albright, of Brodhead, a hot. but iu the shade it is ples'int, Al fixed ow the usual supply, J. S. Coulter, is hero on busiuese. John lental annually. The contract re HOUSE, joite dusty, it is not ft much so M tt "firm" owned two uloio grapes being alrout the only fruit that 's Wesley is contemplating moiiig to cited that the P. B. RILEY, Proprietor. oji would expect aft h continucil dry houses attached to the hotel w hich they plentiful in any locality. Clay City. Wo are sorry to lose him, - Kentucky. There hpcll of Ave utouthe' diirstiou. London, I desire to sell my larm of about 130 acres situ W. C. Sims nought last week 100 but wish him success in his undertaking. agreed te rent for the beet price osiibie of dry lie. north of Stanford on th nA!j?.eVed to my new nre likelv to be two more month Hciriand am better and divide the proceeds equally between good feeders at 3 cents and sold 50 head Mrs. Goodinan, who purchased tii Rush Branch pise, opposite the old church fhcri RrP?'id,h'neve:0. nwomrnod-itthe public the rainy sen tnther. but soiuetliu So acres the balance Livery attiched and every convenience de"the tirtn." A bar room sum bed to the at 3J cents ami 30 head at 3) conte as farm ot u. u. oiatou, moeu to if .Mou- - o( ,h. farm wtl) ,etInlnwheat and umAhy dwelling sired. Give me a call. commences iu October. Flowers oii of four rooms and kitchen nnd a splendid new hotel was one of the principal sources of per contract made laet fall. P. P. James day FRANK RILEV. " Sam; is well watered and fenced. I'osttttsion can i' i; ill sbnmUnt and the lawns nre hi be given For particulars, set, J. P. pioprietors. A local op bought 100 weaning mule colts at from revenue to tho llailcy, Stanford, or write the nndersiL-ne(rtli r i if plenty of rniu had fallen, due, tion law passed by the legislature after at C. A. BENEDICT & CO., to $5 a head, to le deliveied this A I'l'trinril Monstor. Cincinnati, Ohio. E WITHERS. This Is nu f course, to Initiation. Harrodsburg Sayings. The Iouk couttnued drought in central the making of U10 contract deprivod P. fall. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, dull time of year for inland C. S. Hill, Jr., secretary, will accept nud southern lown lias brought to light ..A 5. PI. EN DID of this profit. 15. was an ardent ndvo ( alifomia towns, but Tasfldona seoms to antedilu-viasome TANFOKD, KV. cate of the law and voted for it. In th'S our thanks for an imitation to the meet- the petrified remains of monster, over which the waters of VA5KIKST0K CO. 5T3CK . be holdiut: her own very well. A nood FARM IS. against P. to r. cover rent, ing of the Marion County Trotting Asso,0 rder Pumpl ,urni,hd action hy the Dos Moines river have rolled for many nice residences are heim built P. asked for a resv'ssion of tho contract ciation, which will be held at Lobanon centuries. The resting place of this AT PKIVATE SALE made. and other improvements aie being He also extended an invi- original firet settler is in the bed of the Sept. fi which the ChaucoDor adjudged. Held we offer l'HMdeim'H cannery put up this year, its Lincoln men with fast trotters river near the little village of Percy, Tocloicapartncrihip K.irmot at pm.ttc sjlc ?ur Tlmt the contract amounted to a renting tation to season, over 300.000 cans of fruit?, lirst in Marion county. During the great by oue joint tenant from another of h's to conio down and compete for the pursbesides drying nml evaporating a large I am well prepared to bore wells drought of three years ago, when the Nearly Five Hundred Acres, es, which are very liberal. and will do the interest, and P. had no right to alKiudon work in a good manner and promptly piatitity. The people here, as they are Near Moore.ulle Washington county, Mr. C. T. Sandidge returned Tues- river was lower than it had ever been it became unprofit the contract At One Dollar a memory of white men, S. R. a'l over the Uite, are making extensive able, lie took the propeity subject to day from the Bardstown Pair and is within the geutloman living near Percy, Thu Farm is situated on the turnpike leading Call on or address me at Stanford, Foot. Kentucky. preparations for tho celebration next from Mooreville to Chaplin and l about to miles week. Ho starts Dawson, a legislative control ami it was no violation testing his horses this L. T. SMITH. he had found a "queer from Springfield, from 5 miles Tuesday of the admission of California Monday to Richmond and from there claimed in that river nenr town. The Irom Valley Hill, 7 miles on the Uloumheld,between a depot of the terms or the spirit ot tho contract railroad the thing" Ilardstovvn and Springticld, about an int the t'nion. I venture to say that for It. to vote against he will go to Lebanon aud wind up tho present dry spoil proves that Dawson run from Louistillc There i and the Farm hour's the sale of 1'quor. un j good there will be no ra'i to throw a damper On his was right, and that his "queer tiling" is comfortable house of 4 rooms, the main builuin, fail business for the season. Hill A Mcl.oborts, It. C. Warron for brick., having burned a jear or so ago and ml a n the occasion. appellant; W. H. Miller, W. 0. Bradley four horses up to date, he has taken 47 an extinct monster of gigantic propor- tnK'e.i.iry farm buildings, consisting of stat les, The fruit crop of this State Is thu largHe is tions. The head has become detached ccrnciibs, granary, smoVe house, buggy house, E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor 14 reds and 3 whites. blue ties, for appollee. poultry house and yard and two larie tcbaito est for years, and the prices realised s m hard to beat ami the above iccord is the and lies forty or fifty feet from the body, Larns A good portion of this land is in blue is now nbout fifteen yards in grass, timothy and clover and has abcuntiful supboon very Bntisfiwtoiy, owing to Prkcai-tions- . which have "Kthelinda, best we have heard of. Paturxal ply of water, the length, notwithstanding tho fact that different pastures and fields,well distributed is in No Hotel in Kentucky has a better repuration. and the whole the almost entire failure of tho Eastern darling." murmureil the ournptureil and its proprietor is determined that several joints aro missing. At n distance good statu of cultivation. In short, it is a highly shall be maintained. This is how an expert statistician figt rop. I havo heard of sales of evaporat- young man, "this is the happiest mo pnxiucuvc ranri, vtmen me crops 01 grasses. ed peaches nt - cents and apricots at moiit of my life. I came here this even- ures out the chances of winning in a Ol imrieeii iwi iiwi me 141 ui uio um gram and tobacco grown on it yearly attest It s sronv monster is lour iecr. 111110 incnes an incontrovertible tact mat wasninirton countt I have retailed ticket implies t in 17 cents by tho He has recently added to its appointments "A I could not put lottery ing, hopiug yet fearing. !:;",.!'!???". Mr. .""J- - chaP" in breadth. --St. Louis Republic. thju of a like character in any other part of them in Stuuford for lew money. Apri it oil' any longer. I felt thnt I must one chance in three of winnings.) cents, the State, nnd tins has undoubtedly hieli due to ago. A know my fate. Tliobusponio wns killing ono chance in l!) of winning $1.7."), und the fact that the county has heen without lailroad i ots wore gathered two months One of Ctriuiitc" Eccentric Countrymen. facilities, until the past two ears. No county in Also lute peaches and a great ninny penis me. Hut now I swear it by this lovely one chanco in 1,237 of winning $4.23. "No Englishman goes ever to bed," the State raises finer horses, cattle, First-Clas- s Livery Stable of bond resting so eonlldingly on my shoul- It will be seen, therefore, that the most says a Spanish proverb, "without hav- grain or tobacco Our sole reason for ottering to A are still on the trees, as nre also moet sell this farm is to close our partnership, and to a of ing committed somo eccentricity," but man wanting irood land, well located, at a low To aecommodite the demands of his increased don't eoom der, by the kiss on your sweot lips, I uuswerving devotee to the purchase tho apples. The last named Hest Turnouts furnished price and 011 good terms, uc will iell the cheapest transient patronage. to thrive here as well as further north- but, what was that clicking noise I heaid lottery tickets c&n not be depended up- it seems that tho same saying might fur in Kentucky No use to go West, and you'll Commercial Travelers and others. Don Quixote's say so, when ou see this Ian parti on to insure atlluence or even a comfort- justly be applied tosomeof The delicious grapes nro on tho market just then?" tha all events the old gen- might WilU.llll.lHlIU we will self to tit is suscepand abuudantly and it would ho hard to find "Nothing Walter, nothing but papa. able livelihood for the smallest and most countrymen. At of Senor Don Juan tible of divisionthe place will addresssuit nutchasir. I Call on us on or us nt tleman of the name anything better. These are also higher He's n lawyer, you know, but he amuses frugal household. It is absolutely nec- Bautista de Guzmany Caballero, duke K A C AJOIIN TAYLOR i44I will pay a Reward of Fifty Dollars for informathan usual, retailing at 3 to 5 cents "a himself with all sorts of queer fads. He essary that you have some other means do Najera, whoso will has just been tion on conviction of any unauthorized person looking for a is practicing on us with tho Kodaic. Go of subsistence." pound. Californians are proved, certainly belonged to the "ecBlue-GrassFar- m m I Found Cutting Timber or DamIu his elaborately worded big boom this fall, ns a result of the ad- on, Walter, dear. What were you about On May 27, IS10, Dauiel Webster centrics." aging any Improvements will, and after giving a great mtmy parvertising tho .Statu will receive from her to swear''" 3TOK SALE. wrote to the P ul of Shaftesbury, who ticulars as to how his funeral is to bo On tho following property: which havo been shipped to ninny The (arms at Highland known , as W A Cash's. otfer lor sale on All tho talk about cigarette smoking had given him a Bible: "You could conducted, he goes on to say that uo no- Wishing to viuit 'farm ng, I willon Tim Hutchison's, George llauBh-the premises, places where they were never sold before. Ilastin Heirs', have given me nothing mote acceptable, tice whatever is to be published of his J.) ourB' S 0UDS's acre place, W. Ter' Hut a grent drawback to California fruits among fashionable women is bombast. and I shall keep it near me as a valuable death, and that it will be "wearisome" ry's,' in Lung's. Oct. 1890, At Cox's (jap W. llutchiion's 40 acre farm, She is a creature who lives but to please. s the exhorhitant prices nt which thoy token of your regard. The older I grow, to him if on his journey to his last rest- In one or more tracts, my farm in Lincoln Co rreemanand R. K. Darren's timber tracts on Ruck East. For inst nice- here She knows she can not eat. drink or use creek, 307 acres, jonn lurnbuirs, siiacres, John nre sold in the Hustonville turnand the more I read the HolySciiptures, ing place he will bo followed by friendly situated near the Danville lluchanan's, 301 acres, M.J. Harris' acres, B. Another of the old pike jS nulw from Shelby City, and cont uuing "rtL",. ,0o.ae John Anderson's, 90 14 acres, apricots retail at about --'0 for 5 cents; anything of rank growth without having tho more reverence I havo for them and funeral couches. u tainted breath, tho one thing to which ash Harris" 517 acres, Freeman's, 800 acres. centy plums hero aro duke's "eccentricities" coni.td ot keepthere nt 2 for Ki)tinsn Mill tract. I ToHs'i lin n.,n. the more com inced I am that they aro About Acres. M.td Joel Petrey farm, A. Gooch's about 5 cents per pound, wb'ch contains the woman of fashion is keenly sensi- not only the best guide for the conduct ing his money, amounting to iMO.OOO, ,. ,w, ,,-- idiuifUii uiiui' rviuir b1 1.,B. larm.I tan say wit ho it hositatiou that this is natural lfnperhaps 25, there they se" at 5 cents for tive. That women use tobacco, strong of this life, but tho foundation of nil safely hidden away in his coffers, whence ly one ol the best bodies of land in the count), ry Miller's, jo acres, Henry Miller's, 44a acres, it will now be removed by his usufruct and having been "mined'' for 10 years, is in con- Stephen llurch's, j5s ltres, U 1). Edmistoa's biing 3 to 5 cents por dtinks and stimulants is a deplorable 2, here grapes dition to produce the heaviest of cere. crops, tract. Strode House, Cottage near depot at Crab hope respecting a future state of exist- heirs. Pull Mall Gazette. while its capacity is unsurpassed Orchard, Hotel, Cott ige amlStorehouse at Otten- pound, there 20 cents, and so on. The fr.ct, but they are not among the rank ence." heim ..nd generally known m such in the neighborJ Ul evidently mike too much as and lllo of fashion. middle-me1: rm hood. There are but jo acres now under cultiAgent fur Owners. Iliitul i:xenst Iu SiuniuiT. man scratchad a A Dexter, Me., tnnnthv vation, the balance all ict tn freights nro not excessively high nnd "Our receipts, are about $?,.300 a clay and clover I well vvateied by creek and g It is said that it requires 350 tons of match on a convenient pane of glass and springs. The fencing has all been re set in busy tunes." said a clerk of the best these fruits rarely rot in u reasonable coal a day to feed tho furnaces under tho within the kul 18 months and every held and pasto his surprisoit lighted as readily as length of time. boilers of the steamer City of New York though the glass had been sand paper. kuown hotel in New York on the Amer- ture has water in it 8 'I he dwelling is a modern ican plan, "but nt very dull seasons, such two story frame of rutins, with hall, pji tr Tho coming orange crop promises to ami 3 15 a day for tho Columbia. Teufront and ell porches and To tltose who have been accustomed to us the last week in July and the first dry cellar rooms There are two large twi rue, good one. Tho trees nro pretty tonic in bur recent 'Hit i, boa trip seeing people search for a rough surface two in August usually aie, this amount liMe aud shed icoiufbr5o nead ol stcck st t: well loaded with green fruit nbout a turned $10,000 worth of coal into smoke bin. toe shop, poultry house, rli wcr u..ile, wheat which to scratch a match it would bo falls to about $3,000 per day. Now, as pit, icorn cribs, iarua;t shed, meat huuse, iw third of the size when ripe. These will audstomii. It is estimated thnt a tiip on Not only ordinary our expenses are only about 10 per cent gtof oichards aud rt every varit) of small frios11, startling tenant home of 5 or rooms Public sch.v inmature in December, nnd before that is rarely made ncrois tho Atlantic with rather safety matches, less 111 dull than at busy tunes, tho hy and ihurchcs and milk convenoHt of .m.e-.will begin to bloom nnd tho consumption of less tlinti$7.o00 worth matches, but oven the ference as to the comparative piofit of At the same time I will also sell all el niv .Ln..., time the troea usually unliglitable except on tho box in keeping an 'American' hotel 111 midsum- convistlni; of i and ) d cattle, milk ..out lontinuotodosonll winter, tho last of of cool. J". SXTTTOjJT cS; CO., and butcher stun"; also my entire which thev come, can be lit on glass. mer and in midwinter is irresistible. HKKI) crop ripening about tho latter part F POLLED ANGUS CATII.F, tho A Vassar graduate, who murriod mid from ofsnriug. A few npo oranges of last Union Veteramafter an amicable dis For wo actually employ more help in Thirty head, are aaud animals down to suck HUSTONVILLE, KY. "daisies." and 110 mistake. One midsummer, owing to paiuting, house linss. Thev .. .ti.t Irnaa Kilt nut lf iln lutp rktt tt rrtrtLiitr. n.ilii.....t ..Ml 1... fn...,1 " " saddle gelding; a i " " ."., uxuivtuu cussion of the war) You'll admit now cleaning, etc." The differenco in the pair wrk rnulus, Second Jewel; a yearling stud Arc still in the business and ready do anyBenson may &;. " her first triumph by basting a fowl to with that the South was in error, won't you? receipts of a leading hotel on tho Euro saddle mare by 4 choice uitod marus with colts thing in the Undertaking line. We have a but very fow. There is not ono on tlio colts by Hamlet; full stock of t'U(', aiul thread. Tho cook book said Coufederate veteran Yes, indeed! If pean plan in its dull and lively seasons by llashlord and Imp. Louden; 1 good mule colu; of every Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes market here. Our hearse, which is ij heaaoisiocic nogs, an tnc crops, tar ming uten- new description. on short notice Mr.nearly to "baste thoroughly" and she sowed tho tho South could havo foreseen all this is about as great, I leave this evening, via Hedondo but the difference in sils and a lot ofpltiudtr cii be obtained J. H. Green lias charge of cur business and will show on liberal and made and tho ocean, for Santa Barbara, j chicken so full of thread that her hue pension business, there would have been tho necessarv expenditures is enormous- - TermsT. D. English, An ttoneer. day of aa'e. Beach r s;ocds to any one needing anything in our Capt. band hasn't got it out of his teeth yet. Ine., j ly greater. New York Letter. J.W.SHELBY. no war. t,.tf where I expect to spend tho bnlfiico of Com-lt- te pt ( dti-- -- - firt-cl- ' FOR SALEI io ' fiuit-fair- FOR SALE! i first-bor- n, -- . h I e ' 17337 A--c 7 MILL,. .... ' 55-- 4t nun-Wnte- 1 ..-.- ... a. t " vu .,L-r-k . ..... lum-ber.- it For Sale Twenty Building m mii i mm .1 5-- NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Vkik I fl ' Spe-ci- j ti-l- S3-- '' " i . -- pro-or- ty, w - - " - son-in-la- 50-- tf Irs '" t--r Farm Por Salo. 'cx THE RILEY J """ . -- imme-latcl- y. B-- d u faoer1-Ipnce's- d 2l-2- bet-tun- e 34-- THE MYERSJOOSE m never-lailm- c 111 .1 2-- 1 car-loa- one-doll- 'ri.,! Pool aiuliniliard'Parlors blue-gra- ss, - 11 J WtT IK1V - Mocrt-vill- e, S50 K3SWiS.nP -) A X Wednesday, 1 1 i, - , A-- .ri 300 . I n tdue-r-ra- ucver-failiu- wash-rousu- , record-beatin- g I I 1 - ear-ol- Sk T. l -- 1 1 ear-ol- d j i I -- ( 46-- td Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal nl2,S90 ah ,rd. Ky W. T3. WALTON. Congress, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. james b. Mccreary, dispatch in our last told of the postponement of the election of otlicers for the constitutional convention till Tuesday, after the body had been cr'led to order by Gov. Buckner and George Washington, a relative of the Father of A Kr V. 1 his Countrv, made temporary chairman. of For president, Cawins M. Clay, Jr., H. D. McHcnry, of Ohio, BenBourbon, nett II. Younp, of Jellerson, and Gov. J. Proctor Knott, of Marion, were put in nomination. The first ballot resulted Young Clay 41, Knott 1. Mcllenry 21, man was dropped, as 14. The hindmost agreed, and tbo second ballot gave Clay 21. Clay was 53, Knott 21, Mcllenry pnd on taking the chair declared elected made a short and pointed speech. For secretary Capt. T. G. Poore was chosen over J. E. Stone and .7. B. Martin. Mr. for Martin was then put in nomination elected, beatassistant secretary and was ing Green K. Keller by one vote on the S votes first ballot. Spencer Cooper got Capt. Robert Tyler was for this office. over B?rt next chosen sergeant-at-arm- s , Jer'-'nsand R. T. Ilr'ey, of Louis5'le, nvpra field of seven for doorkeeper. ... ..nto.i rminl .... i3 aiKer Charles K Col. A., T'nlk Johnon stenographer and ntl'minl tirinter. !..,:. ioi,t pi.iv is a son oi in late uiay Brutus J. Clay and has served in both branch J of the legislature with some distinction. He is a relative ot tne illustrious "Mill Boy of the Slashes" and is His said to be a scholarly gentleman. .lnm.htpr of Hon. John :t i .o o v....r- last nuiz D. Harris, of Madison, and they live on one oi the finest forums in Bourbon county. . (4nv. Knott for presi rr,.. ni dent of the constitutional convention is to thit body. He is not pnd shoulders above any of those head who aspired to the office, but he did t't button hole and electioneer like the others, so got left, the more's the pity. Gov. Knott bel'eved that of all otheu the office of pr Mdent of tbo convention should seek the man and consequently made no effort to secure it. A life of splendid sen ice to the State and country entitled him to the honor, but merit counts for naught, when 1 s deserving men with lirtvn: qurMties enter the field and work on those who have votes to cast. While muchregrettingthat our friend, Green R. Kellei, wps disappointed in his aspirations, we cannot help rejoicing that the merits of that clever gentlemen and tried democrat, Mr. James B. Martin, of Glpogow, were recognized by the con. con. He is eminently deserving and fully capable, and will, we are sure, demonstrate the wisdom of his selection. An imprc sion seemed to prevail tint a combination had been formed by Messrs. Stone rid Keller, who were assistant clerk and clerk of the last Legislative House, pnd that, perhaps, accomplished . the defeat of both. n. .. Q .i.ti y cou.p'-'mentar- 204th b.dlot, receiving four more votes than C. It. Brooks, his nearest competitor. Mr. Kend ' live i at Woii Libeuy and served one term as Commonwealth's He has twice attorney in his distiict. rpired to Congress, the ls"t Mine before being defeated for the nomination by Col. Matt Adams. He is in the prime of life aiid is as populp' as he is worthy of J. Wick Kknmmliwbs nominated for Congress iu the new 10th by the demc cratic convention at Jackson on the the honor that has been bestowed on him. like, for, as on a previous occasion when they "went hell bent for Governor him by nearKent," they have ly double the majority they gave him before. In 1S.SS he had 2,439, this time .his majority is 4,500. Fortunately Maine does not reflect the sentiment of the country and we opine that we hazard no false prophecy w hen we say he will not be Speaker of the next Congress. For a people who like that kind of n man, Speaker Reed seems to be just the kind of a man that the Maine people Tub investigation of the Raum hcnnd.il has developed the fact from Pension Agent Lemon's own testimony, that he went Raum'H security for S12.C 1, the next day after he made the order w Inch If all the operated to his advantage. rotten administration of the facta of the pension office can be gotten at, they will reveal that Raum is a miiuh greater knave than Tanner was a fool. The Harrison lay out is daily growing more odious to l.onoat people. Coi.. i 'eh Waiid, of Arkansas, one of men accused by the Louisville Post the r u.vm.llitic the bv short weights in the delivery of granite, has instituted suit in the U. S. court against that paper , and its editor in chu-f- Judge W. M i.'iniv fnrS100.0(X) damages. The blurt doesn't scare the editor in the least; in fact ho claims that he is delighted to have the opportunity to prove all ho has charged in open court. The Maine legislature will stand 144 MiDDLKsnoKO, Kv., Sept. 11. The ed- republican and 37 democrats. According to the latest stnt'nics itors nud their ladies, about 100 stroiiR 100.000 insane persors in the arrived on time this nioininu in their thei": royally io United States a ratio of one to evoiy train of Pullmans ami were received. The splendid programme is 550 inhabitants. The constitutional convention connow bein? carried out md everybody is 12 doctors happy. Tom Arnold and D. G. . Ison tains U0 lawyers, 20 farmors, and the rest di.ded between bankers, were "on the train, doinir all in their merchants and others. power to make us comfortable and Democtacy seems to be growing in continues to rr'n. adinirablv. It Vermont. There will be 02 representaW. P. W. tives in the Legislature elected last week Pkmocrats and resubtr'ssion republi-cm- s as compared to IS in the provioi's one. each held conventions at Wichi , Frank Wright, who shot and killed Kas., and both nominated two men of a charivari party at Adair, for governor. The republicans di- - Mo., when he was inairied, was assassi . .,i.:i.:. . i . i c.are .i inai iney are uppusuu io juunnu- - nated on his way home after being action, which has proved its total ineffi- quitted. ciency as a temperance measure, driven C. F. Wakefield, in a fit of jealousy, away population, prevents immigration, killed his niece and burned the house makes hypocrites and encourages perju- over her head and then tried to kill h'm. ry. They therefore demand tbit the self He failed in the latter and 's now question be resubmitted to the people. in jail at Newi u.. United The democrat? declare that prohibition The Hon. Janus W. has brought incalculable eils to the States treasurer dining President Clevepeople, put a premium on perjury and land's ndmintstratio lip' consented to bribery and corrupted the very founda- become n candidate for the democratic tions of justice, bringing even the courts nomination for governor of Connecti into disgrace. If all these things are cut. true the resnbmissionWH ought to win The L. & ". gets 203, W7.S2 for carboth the gubernatorial and final race. rying the mails between I.ouisulle and New Orleaus for the year just closed. An old soldier, who fought nobly iin About 0 tons of m'l matter l""ly pre Wolford's Dtcnnd H"d to us the other carried between Louisville and Nash day. "I don't blame you for raising ville. row about this indiscriminate pensio Of the 3(5 iron fuiuacs now under business. I know numb rs of men who construction in the United Stat i 25 are didn't iret a sera h in the wp- - aud were 9 being in Virgiuia, 7 in poor soldiers at tha who p e now draw in the South, 3 each in Kentucky and ing pensions, they didn't eain and do Alabama, 2 in Maryland an.'. 1 in Georgia. not deserve." That's the way the money Manufacturer's R cord. coes. If those entitleit to pensions alone It was telegraphed all over thecoun-trdrew them, nobody would l"ck, but it is that Maud S. hid been supplanted to have to euouch to aggravate a by Roy Wilkes. The 2.0S of Roy was holn niv a ctrnt strnimini' lii:ilthv the 2 0S' of Maud bummer to do notb'iig, simply because a pacing performance; . . S. was done at the trot. So Maud still name may have been on he army holds her old place rs queen of all the rolls for a pho't time during the wo trotters. Assistant chief of jwlice George Two pretty girls at Plensantville, N. J., jealousof the attentions of a young man, Coovert was shot and mortally wounded night. It is not decided to settle the question of who at Pineville Tue-da- y f ltt n aliiiilil rinin . iiti nil t fired the fats! shot, hut mil known who hr prw, fifiht A m foot r1R wps inaJtf Uondin and Harvey King have been ar and the gir's, stripped to the wp'st, step- rested, while a third party. Kb GootHu, ped in. Tb'..y ight rouuds were is suspected. During a trial in a magistrate's court fought when the battle was declared a badly punished, their in Brown countv, O., John HUtor w.th a draw Both were necks and bosoms being made to rosein- - shotgun killed constable O. M. Allen, ble masses of raw meat. It's a pity the and then stenned into the court room good and shot and k'Ued George Bhwu..ovt. girls can't leain tint there rns ot tue fish yet in the sea ever have been Both victims were brothers-tn-Jalitigation was over the caught. murderer and the division of an astute. EniTOit Rucki: called Himself and a Justice Sim ml, a lennbli' few others of the fp'thful of his party to delegate to the Mississippi Coilstitu- -' order at Wil,:amsbnrg, Tuesday, anil can Convention. mldrefc.ed that Douy nominated D. T. Chesnut to cany the tional Tuesday urging such action on the suf prohibition banner iu the race for Confrage question as would secure the sugress in the 11th. That is about all of the white people. He ' Chesnut will be able to do pnd more, premacy would muteiilly r should they begin to riug the bolls nn voredalaw that vote. duce the ignorant him. train on the Cincinnat' it A The infant industry is a large and North Western raMroad dashed down growing one. Statisticians wiy that there I).icreek Vallev. near Cincinnati, and are born each ye?1- :(1,500,C ) babiis jumping the track killed James Howard making the production about 70 per and badly injured Kngineer Dodd and minute. Tl"'s is one industiy tint goes Fireman Little. A frMnre of the brakes light along, protection or no protection to woik in connection wun wie track caused the w reck. The Clays are a versatile people. During the war, Wm. R. Johnson, WbMe one was being elected president an Ind' ia soldier, injured bis I --' while of the con. con. another from the same crossing the river o:i a log n r county was being given the introductory and whm Ky. He had .' p steps to a term in the Frank, pen. Tuesday .Wst-nn- t on his way to church. Sflcre' irv Biwev ri'Vd that he wrs NEWS CO OENSED entitled to a pension, his attendance nt The Mutual Distillery at Union-tow- church being in "line of duty. burned, loss 50,00). Matthew Hume Clay, who forged The Minnesota democrats have nomname for over S100,- liU inated Hon. Thomas Wilson for gov-e- i to Bourbon Monday to face , 000, returned ior. the in i" c. He went to nuginuu, uiu grain elevator at Ogder The large by a guilty concience burg, X. Y., and its contents, all vp'ued ihed cont'nually he decided to return. lie wps immediat ?500,0v ), bumed. ately arrested on a warrant sworn nut by y At Klmir.i, N. Y., the horse county banks, which he had beat the world's high jumping rec- the Clark for ' j.OOO but was released on swindled ord, ck aing 7 feet inches. A census surprise in Wisconsin ss 45,000 bail. republican convention The the total disappearance of Menek uinee, nominated Milton Trussler, of Fayette a town that had 3,0)2 inhabitants in .nnntv. feecreta'V of State; I. N. Walker, 18S5. Pix-leJudge Christiancy, the Bad story of of Marion, for auditor; George W. of Allen, for treasurer; John W. whose life was given in a recent issue of this paper, died Monday at Lansing, .ovett, of Madion, for attorney general, t, for md B. W. McBride, of Klkhp-Mich. court. The plat" udgeoftho supreme Mrs. KU.J L. Sparks, the proprietor of the Sparks House, Louisville, wps form, which is a queer sort of crazy quilt, damns President Harrison with thrown from her buggy and com 'aint nraise, lugs in a killed. The pension department has decided pliment to him in the praise given "the that the soldier who fell over a log and btate.'uien selected as his hurt himself while going to church dur- and advisers," and gushes over Speaker Reed. ing the war is entitled to a pension. in prohibitionists Kther Curtis, 15) years old, a typeMassachusetts writer in New York, was smoking a ci- convention Wednesday nominated a full garette in bed. She went to sleep, her State ticket. The platform finds fault clothing caught fire and she was fatally ith the republican party because it em burned, as she ought to have been. bodies its temperance virtues in the The expenses of the government for president, who asks people to drink ns the year were estimated by Mr. Plumb well as eat at his table; in the and its revenues at at who sets up i.ltars to Bacchus on The Kansas Senator predicted his own premises, and in the Sonate, a deficit as sure as the rising of the sun. which refuses to banish King Alcohol The New Hampshire prohibitionists from its end of the capitol. have nominated a candidate for governMr. Duunell, chairman of the House or on a platform which denounces one Committee of the 1th census, introducpolitical party in the State for its open ed an apportionment bill on the basis of and the other for its seciot alliance with one representative for each LSO.OOOof the the rum power. population. This means a total Hostilities have been declared in of :'.1. Under such an appor..uiiliu i; iiiu imcu iiit'iiijll ilK'tUlal MM) tionment a numlier of States would Blaine faction, Boutelle, Reod's heuten each gain one member, while Arkansas, nut, opening out iu his paper savagely Illinois, Kansas and Pennsylvania would against what he terms the treachory of ...iin - mil "Uiiini'vot.'i mid Xebntsk'i 3 h"'" the Plumed Knight each. Ohio and Virginia would bo the Something of an idea can be gained only losers and one member each would of the terrific pace of Sulvatorbveoninar be dropped ort. The basis of representaing his speed witli that of railway travel, tion wns selected with a view to pre His milo in L.'WJ was at the rate of :te venting, as much as possible, democratic miles an hour, which is as fast as an or States from profiting by their natural indinary express train time. crease in population. The Middlesboro Prcs3 Enlei.alnment. snt-ceethv. BRAND DISPLAY OF NEW FALL GOODS Will once more establish our supremacy as Leaders of Fashion. 11 has ever been our purpose to handle only goods of reliable makes and ot recognized merit, and the people, being aware of this fact, do not Rob-nso- n j STOP TO CONSXDEB I'tt, Preferences, bU come direct to us io obtain the best goods for lowest prices. Never in the history of our existence have collected, together such an array of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, flats, Trunks, Carpets, Matting, $c. In voint of variety , exquisite puHerns, unlimited quality and cheapness oj price, nothing UJie it has ever been seen in Stanford. We pride ourselves more than ever this season on our new stock of Fall Goods. We seem to have Struck the Popular Fancy on Styles And Patter ns. Then are the productions of careful selections, honest male- rial and low prices. Quality and price malic our goods altrac'ive. call anefsee our o'lciantie stock and don't forget our guarun- fore iiou, tee. It means that we protect our patrons at all points; that we guarantee our goods full worlli the money you pay us for tlieni, and, 25 per cent, less than anybody else will sell Hi cm. A hearty invitation is e.vtendc ! to JJe-bn- u. Ten-nesse- o, euerybody by y THE LOUISVILLE 31. STORE SAI.INGIJK, aimuiKvr. of Main Street, Stanford, Ky, Hi.m ii (ircut J'lto Hixrtwl. How the trribl tits which has do stroyed the village of Moor, in Hungary, originated is thus told by mr Vienna oorr&spoiident: A fanner? wife was ironing in her kitchen, lining a tliitiron tilled with chaivoul, when u p;irk tlew out In her dnsw and set fire to her nin-lfright she ran into the courtyard, where her husband and his eople were thresh-inIsirley. Th barley cnught tire from Iter, and wits no soouer ublasa than the wind blew the sparks in all directions, letting fire to the thatched roofs of the house, which stood in two long rown forming the main street. All was so ndden and jKMJple were so dnmfunded that for n little time they could not even call for help. Most of the heads of families were in the vineyards and their help whs not available until they had been recalled by the ulitnu Iwll. The old jwople nud child: wi iu the houses had not presence of mind enough to save themm g l 3STOTICE. Hains' semreil the I crvicc MR, TEOS. DACTON OF CHICAGO, am now fully prepared to do n n ALL KINDSIWATCH WORK AND Kx-Chi- uf IHSriE lEIsrOrlR-.A.'IILTaA. - All work warranted and promptly done. R PENNY. selves. - ick In Hungary it had not rained for a lony time and tho wells contained no water, so that nothing could be doue to ven a single honav. In all KM) mivo houses were destroyed and 181 families were without a roof nlove their bends. The harvest was over, and tho corn in the lants was consumed iu the general conflagration, which was it terrible spectacle as night cmne on. London News. A Is Receiving His SPRING. AND SUMMER FARM FOR SAX.E. -- GOODS. Mm-fordsvill- e, n, .rand-father'- s -- Kose-ben- y, Wrnltliy Hull 1'lylit.T. The moet famous bull fighter in Spain Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give him a call. has just if tired from his profession. His name i3 Fruscuelo, nud ho is ns rich as a Cmwus. He waj a feurles matador; LINCOLN CO. FARM For BENT. nineteen times has he ben wounded nigh unto death. The lat timehelwrely T"ic iimlrrMned will rent fur the year nn rraxina' It l nn. tin ('ariii ill ilniilet contrived to pull through. All the time IftNn Mi led.'ixilir K Ihtrtuirr .ui!iml We he lay sick at his hounv in Madrid the no- Aire-- , ilc in In rll .tivalciy our lam ofHrijoo irlile t nf et l.iijj th.. Fall Apiil- in k with hnr iiuliiditiff Mr. NANC V IrNKISs, bility anil Krntidees wit thrico a day to dwrllm.- jn.l'oiMl imfirovcmcn' II i nulhouM lilrll In l ljni . K, aster ind Danville learn of his condition. Ill farewell benfttl lilwcen SUnloH, in.Good nvifhbor Knaxl , il ml in hall mile of llnt.bl.. The railefit wa a notable occasion choolt nnd hurt he. neat bv It .VJ SWOl'r, Hubble, Ky 4H ,m ways organized excursions from all ovor Spain: the arena simply wanned with people. Twenty dollurs wan the price d jiii.in led for oven the jworebt seat lit i far ! pnviHfly my arm fcnwii an the LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLe. When Fraacuelo appeared the Kjopl the bund rd ami lattr l.uutlciil stood up and cheered for half an hour, M Lei pike, ami tunning Hjr nearly In Dix Kitcr, RAILROAD well impml, ha It deluging him with Mowers and lace and containing Ili Aorort good Lilirn, jml in land i in a fine uate u( i 1 he dre it gold jiieces. The spectacle itself was an (iilUrl, Creek, vat him Call on r i.lilrrM in. S I. WITHKKS ordinary bull fight. Fruscuelo's iercent-ag- e Ky THROUGH TRUNK LINE- of the gato receipts was 8.000. When he came to leave the theutrc 1.. I he poople stood in tho street to mk nnd greet tho popular idol. Paris Letter. And MOCK Or l)kl'(.s I U ''M.K i , i 1 -- Farm For Sals. I 11 in-i- IL & No I i ul-- 1 -- 00,-00- 0 HOUSE FOE BiEWT DtMim; I y to u Young j;o. inst-mtl- left-hand- t, $100,-000,00- From Clignanconrt, the famous ward eiry which returned Gen. Doulanger, there is report-ia terrible case of cnu Ity to a loy of 12. The parents of the child, it is said, had shut hiui up in a wardrobe for two yearannd a half, and had nturved him. Tho police were apprised and on ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE going to the houso described to them of a (.COD I.ITILK KAI.M they round tho boy, who looked like a A living skeleton. The parents were im- estHle Administrator with the , will jni ted o( the of Jocili I'ayr, dMd will o mediately arrested, and weio hooted vigorously by a largo crowd as they were 27, 1G90, being conveyed to tho station The ill At the lute reidiiliri of Jiwclih I'agi 'erd , aniit fated child died on its way to the Hos- 1! mile, tcuth of Iluvtontilli, K) . at public on m the hiirhett ruiu, pital of the Infant Jesus. Tho parents aui. about 00 Aire of bidder the Hl'tih loiiuhi-inami, on teUlnr were well oft", and no explanation of lived at he time nl tin. death 'I lie K.irni U itn.- ill eh 011 llit- v.et id Midillehnrt pike and their inhuman conduct is forthcoming. a MunfuibtMi' dwellii g houui and other Tho mother of the boy has been sent liaannit lllipIO eHMIBl' aih, balance " e iiinl r nn back to her dwelling, where she tried to . due in 6 nnd jump out of n window during tho after- frmn ji of oeki u u luaiillia, itli .Mlervat Juno, ry 1, 1891' loMiinn noon, but was prevented from carrying M rUM U Id out her suicidal intention. Paris Letter. ; Ailin r ilh ill nun xt. il Jo- d 1 ut 1 i -- 1 ti 'tint llie dru I.ii.im oiler my Llilln' mo t of fre.h Drngt n villc CluniK al for ale Myxtixik i ionilttciii is a pjymi: one in llu urti ulir ind the Im-i- n my -- tore Will jI.ii rent the tntire ir tniiilli Incited in 'the hoiiv iniiiaini. 4 e ol npxin. is (J A WASH II Mf.nville room Si Jt t SOUTH & WEST With Louisville To Nashville, Atlanta, Montgomery, Memphis, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Saturday, Sept. I 1 - Newport News V; MioB. Mil Valley Co l.t- - , l '! lic . Il nf': I' in g ARKANSAS BMIC4RANT6 TFXAS. I I - Out-thi- rd 11 I . I '' I Seeking Imhiiim tha lra of ifcta road nl rereive Sjiesia! rat: 5ee aceiiti oi thu Company for rate, route! t ,, or ntr m ( I AIMOIth (. I X I A., I ii il e Ky -. 1 M.m nnd Vi'lfo l.lxo at Stmii(;nri. Pleahuton, Mich., Iiaa a queer enso. repie-fiontntio- n I j Font teen years ago n man bought a lot of land nnd moud thero from Canada Three years Inter a woman settled down on a lot near by, but did not seem to know her neighbor, who, it apitvurs, had Thin poiiulnr rem oil ncv ' fulls Iu deaeited her some years before. For erTertiiuMj cure nino your husband and wife lived with Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick in gun shot of each other without Headache, Biliousness a word. Last weok the man went to his wife's liouse, and in less than Ami all discuses nrliii"; from half an hour the two went back to tho Torpid Liverand Bad Digestion. husband's residenco and have been livTlie iiutnrul rvnutt In ifixwl uiipcIKo ing togother since. They aro 70 years mill aollil loxli. IIiino Mil ii II ; vlviftiut seem to bo happy ovor their ly iuur routeit unit vuny ti auulloir. old, and SOLD EVERYWHERE. reconciliation. Philadelphia Tiwnn 1 ilfl1 $1122$ STATE coi fje 18 PROFESSORS nnd INST C HS. j . .. ... r.... si... t .... r i m :f iirrriiif, ufiOMrrff. School, Acuili'tnlc, Coiinncrrlal k and JIIUIirj Courses of Study. in i!nrmiliir 1 in iwr lunula to jl I or CulaloKUo und t'litranio exuiiitiiutlou pnprrandilrrsa IAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D.t Leilngton, Ky COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. term hraiiiiSi'iitriithrr lOtli.lsOO. Hoard i.i,4( ki prliutu H i. i O tin, Mum ii ' ii t M'. ii I lutflrfli a, "y-- fyi ' riity " V" - rp"- - -- r - -- tt-7 - T ' i J"- - " 4 -- "- 'p-jp"l- rtlr r J- - '' - f ytT1 " - BBf' VJ .- X Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal I Lot of ter. first-clas- s brick for sale. J. 11. NKOitD, K, Hlptemiikk BUSINESS. I tt.o WALTON,DU8.ManaKer MEANS K. Hev. W. V, Slieppard w ' hold serNkw line of Zeigler shoes just receivod vices on the everini: of Tuesday, the Wanted, 100 pounds of tallow. Maik 12, 1390 Hardin. at S. II. Shanks'. Call anil examine 17th, at the College chappel. The new census rejwrt of religious them. fVifil vtu litw. i( filitr vfirtia nt ev- m bodies in the I'nited Mates sliows that Complete line of kid gloves just re ceived at Severance & Son's. CHUf.JH P'RS. ROBERT FEFJZEL, Dc ,Ilt In erunce it Son's. I Pvv vour accounts. Penny. mean von. A. warranted. A. H. Penny. The best place to buy drugs, patent medicines and toilet articles is nt A. It. Penny's. Uuy your school books, ink, tablets, paper, pencils and school bc -- plies of all kinds from A. it. I'.'iinv. PP'-QftY- Watches and jewelry repaired anil 1. PDMTS. Mas. lx)c SiiANKt is visiting rolntlves in I.cxiufc.on. Caiikoll Bulky left Tuesday to ontor Centre College. b n visiting .Miis. J. T. Hauhis ' fi lenient Harrodshurg. J K. I'oiitm v and I. T. Hinbir nro nt Somerset attending the fair. Mn. Ct. C. ttivBSs wont oror to Parl Wednesday to visit her pur Wti.i. UntTON hrs entorwl Centre College, Danville, for another scoion. Sajiwii: l)i rumit.ui, who has been qiue flck with innlarlnl fever is fast Mk. J. J. Taylor, of Votnon county, on a visit to ids sister, Mis. Lewis Mo., i Uudderar. Tiir oilitor left yosterday inornlng with the editor for uconplu of days' stay at Middlecboro. Miis Mahy SAsniriR, of Unrnstor, pecd up vterday to Middlesboio to join her father. of Hendereon, and Mi. Mlla Mr. Mauuitt Dunn, of (iftrmn) wero gats s of Mrs. Tom Ilichan'i. Wb are glad to report that Mr M. V. Klkin, who iws had such a severe and protracted spell, is improving. Mr. Wiilmm (iaiviRs wont down to Khrabolhtovvn yitenUy to visit his hi other, Cash'er J. S. Giinies. Mnw M vkv Xk si, of .Stanford, visit! Mr W. 11. Miller and iittoiiriml the IttrhtnoiMl Climax. aH'intio!i M iak Ma mv Ali ok', Mattie VhimIc t ."id I.m Dunn went to Somerset yesterday to vi't friem' Hiid altwttd the Hrl. An oleirant new stock of llnmburu and 2,000,000. It is settling time and I want what linen edgings and insertings at evcr- - and the I will Kid. J. W. Harding closed a meeting you owe me. Take this to yoursolf. W. ance A Son's. 15. McHoberts. of 10 days at Uucker Sunday night with Tiir case of Mrs. K. S.Sudduth agiast purest and J. 11. IMxton iii'mr. of Geo. I5all and 72 additions. Elder Harding beiran his Akhitmr.vt of the finest, best Candies Just received at A. A. War- John Topples for 3 months' use of a pair minist"rinl caieer at this church more than 10 years nuo. Dnrinirthe lnt few ren's Model Grocery. of oxen, was called yesteaday, but conweeks S'i persons nave been nuiieii to the tinued till circuit court. I R will continue to make cabinet phor,,,',,,,,,,,,-,n,,-!LnAMBtographs at 5 per doen till September A xl'Mrbr of good singers of both sexK. II. C'al.lwell, Jr., was here this 10th. A. .1. Harp, Stanford. Wednesday es were out serenading filling tho r'r with melody and week and left the minutes of the Cumand niirht, Gold bevus, thrtad w' ac giving the sleeper a achance to wakoand berland lliver Association, which confashfriendship rings, "all the go;" latest vened with the Uock LW-- churvli, Pu- A realise his pleasant quarters. ionable novelties Just received by Me From laski, Sept. 3d. to b" printed. Koberts, the .Jeweler. Tint colored llaptia's, Hev. G. W. them we gatner that there are IS church, 9 Holling, pastor, will begin an 8 day meM-in- g es in the association, which leport an of Lincoln county will Tub today during which some of the increree of 133 uiumhers during the year, plenso come forward and settle. The most noted divines will preach. Sun- making the total meinb-rshnow ,S38. books for lSWOaro ready and I must have day next an excursion will run from The body will meet var at I2den, the tax. T. I). Xewlnnd, S. I.. C. Grecii'-burg- , Campbellsville, Lebanon I'ulaski countv. Thk Lincoln County Building ind and Louisville at low rates. The Grand Ixidge of Knights of Ijonn Association will issue a new scries (iKN. HrsKLL A Alobr, of .Michigan, Pythias will meet at Howling Green, Sep. of stock Oct. 1st, 1S1K). vvishlni! I'nrties one of the big guns of the republican lti. td subscribe can get the neCjCSsary !nfor-- .i jmrty, passed up Wedn day to Middles-borThe Tai id' bill w Wedn day mation by applv.nu to any member of in a special car with the directors of by the Senate by a party vote of 10 the Itonrd of Directors. A. A. Warren, the Cincinijati Southern. Middlesboro to 11. Secretary. is overflowing with prominent personA dispatch from Lexington says: C. follow'ii; iiiossobo, ages as well as Wow Creek water this M. Pollen wt shot in the face by Tom Ills First. The whi-Fiuuell, whose bullet we flitd nt Polshould have gotten hero 'n time week. for the Inst isiie, shows that another drug clerk, Mr. J. S. len's partner, W. W. Fleming. The latThe clever young sonl lias Wen made happy: Well-has received from a friend at Tam- ter escaped unhurt, while Pullen, who Glasgow, Sept. S, a. . I disappoint-e- l pa, Floiida, a beau fill boinpiut made was arros the street, ' 'y wounded. my congnn:ntlon lpt n'ght, but Mrs. 0fbhulls0fvari0ussi7.es and colors. It NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A flue U ns handsome as if it wore made of cut ltmce did not disappoint me. daughter camo to see us at 2:20 a. m. dowers, and in fact at a short distance an J. M. Dkcol All doiitir well. expert could not toll but what they aie Administrator's Sale of Stock and m tn.x-puye- rs W. IJ. McKobeits'. School books and fcfbool euimlies at A. J. ISnrp. dozen till Oct. 1st. will make photographs at per there are 13 J sects with irt.OOV Now's your chauce. bers. The ,Methodlsts number SI memo.OOO.OOO; Hughes, Ilogks the 4.000,000; Unman Catholics, l,'M0,OO0; the I'reibyterians, 0,000,0' J I5,ipti.-t- s, Repairing Xeatly and Promptly Done. m .Iewelry. a All Work Warranted. (Stanford, Ky.) WTFIXE WATCHES A Sl'KCIALTY-take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. A BIG LINE OF SETS, TEA SETS ) 1 Just Kcccivcd. Also line of Parlor Lamps of the Latest Designs. Glassware, Queensivare and Tinware Kept in nock Country I'roiucc taken in ) . txebane furgoodi. ip t MARK HARDINf. .GO TO. o AoAoWAllW9! MODEL GROCERY" , 1 For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. 1 v-- Tuesday night Marshal G. T. Helm, of Danville, came up with a warrant for one 15oh CliMiuller, clinrg-in1dm with carrying concealed weap ons. He pave the papers to I'oliceinfi Mention, wlio went to where Chmidh r was boardir-t- and at I o'clock aroned and i'lformwl him from b:q slumbei llra of ill ii'itnre uf b's cr . Mr. Helm then took him to Danville. Chtud'er claimed to he an organ agent and it N 'iid had swindleil several Itoyle oornly Arrhstkd. natura'. Tub party at Mr. J. K. Haughman's, Crop, f will mII 10 ihc ni,nt t near Hr.stonville, Wednesday evening, issjiokun of by those who attended as an Saturday, Sopt. 1890, elegant nila'r indeed. Stanford, Dan The folio iie dttcribcri properly ville and Hrton Ho were all represent- Kie milk eow "d cilvrn itolcofwrk jr.irsolJ pa" heat) en' k. 6 trcr taint. .1. ed and when the beauty and gallantry of re .I) veJiicil i 1 y hifrr. .nrilJ Ally hotic, iruic c't, 4. cxtr.i those tow.'s meet, success is assured and , t Sou.hili.wn huck, 17 good mount j m and pier 'lire ' a cei inty. Drnt-i'ih"?. hoat, sow atld pi :, new tucrcy Uu rtaiM. cabinet organ utd other amiiscmeiiH were enjoyed anil a Oot a time, about to ba'rrU cl com in the hut Uw U'min impltmunt, firtd. splendid supper wi not the leist of the i.iil-- i lat ohny. oil machine, hay rake, plow., nt of mowing f.irntture, and harrow. Ac a lot of hoowh-lmany pier vnt features of the evening. r A V Iminntratnr ..f D I ' iilai-- on .rphcun deed., I 20, j' DRUG 8 and J EWE LRY Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass.Wall Paper, Fine Cigai s and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. 1 yrar-o'd g S 1 1 h-- Mm W. M. ltMiLB paaetfil through W fd m winy to lome at ClarkviHe, iK)ple. 1 r 1 Wi have intelligence from Itoanoke, Va., that W. W. SaiUor. who wi'l be U to her Tern after iriMwnl favorably remetnbenil Iwth hero ml f" at Liucnbter. l'ulaki, is 111 jad there for killing a neMiih W. I Uawotn went up to week. gro. This is a suipiise to us fur duiiiig (m bard yesterday to spend a the whole of the time ho was engaged by Wlnle regainig her iiealth she will c, ho tho vvrltei m ra'lroad foreman, of some of Iter splendid soap. was more thoroughly liked by the colorMn J. H. Mkon went over to Win-- i vee ed laborers than any man on the I'mo. iiehter W'edm diy to vit.it b always secure ,n force This is the tirpt time Mr. Meuhow hr In fact he could He lris me when no other man could. a day at from Minfnrd over hardly been Uie same man since he was .'J yean. waylaid a few years ago and terribly CITY AND VICINITY. beaten on tlie head, which we loani has It is ever eince pven him trouble ,Ni:m timothy seUt J. It Foster's hojjed tliat he wpi justiflablo In resorting Can vry HiHni for Tile. George Far- to the feurful alternative of taking hu61 man life. ri .I Kloikj nt. Mr. J. T. McHoberts, IVksii ij, isiuuriliy, at H Winwith It. A. Kobluson & Co., Louisville, mer's. uame up on the r'ght tran Monday i"id Mc New timothy oihI at Higglns having at rangetl with S. C. Denny and Kinney's. L. West to have Ms sweetheart, Mi1 ur Oi'R town will not be w.thnut ovon if tho Gold and Silver Hand mric hrsdis-bended other thi ? not njmH heie. Tcrm made known on dav of ' y id J , d t Mc t.V SN, Admr. . ja-re- Cb die-jM.- - a lit-e- A a Took Lacdaxum. Mr. V. A. Marks, four mt'ti fri.n Hustonville I will a'.o s'l at the uac tine my . crop rt a, J taimerchant Jr., son of the and r'.i'inin: Impli.ncnt, cn-n- t nj of Horxi, w S .i.w ftr: : o it taking laudan- Mule-- , Catlie. C rn, llav an by lor, attempted to ckiniinc tht Farm, I will Any one 2 D um nt Harrolsburg Wednesday night. take plea .ure in hn ne him y o J K.I. RIIOI1KP. Moreland, Ky. He had been on a spree at that place s. ? V to ami on going to his homo at Danville his Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. AUCTION. SALE wife refused to either receive or recog-ninB. H. DANKS, Jeweler; J S. WELLS, Ph. Q. Presc. CJk. him, whereupon he returned to Harrodsbn-- and purchasing a large viol Tuesday, Sopt. V7. 1890, of the above named drug, drank it. In At to x. m., on tho Gtlmor.- t. rm, midway, on the Main Street, tpp Court. Home, STANFORD, Ky Stanford and Dnnvtllc pit.-- I ill tell all my a few moments he was in n stupor. The Kitchen J. M doctors worked on him for sevoral hours, HouNth'ild .ind eay Ch.nr., Kurtiiturt, intluding r r ItuuMc.idi, ileaity Stovii, Keral 1. Lula Snudifer, of Linctal'r, where he and we are told that late Wednesday 1HI1 u I hij-brwinj Machine, OvsTBiM lltthotn Uran, Singer Cae, Kiteniton Hook lULy Hugy, lc-could find her, he wt s soon in her night his end wns accomplished. Mr. llfiipton. Table, and many other aiticl. and with her tlying to this place, Marks had attempted se'eide before and Cona ildatnl Statute anl Code of 1'ractK (latent DisNKSsetBof 103 ploces to be sold , where they took tho :27 a.m. train for hud for severe' yeirs led a dissipated Alto a largr uuantity edition Implements inclu ol Farm S' s- - M ''" very heap"two i hoiM: Wnni, nut l Are headquarter fur liint Cider JeUeisonville, where they were married. life. rr Kckaway. 2 Uhjku', . Ko.id hucn VV'afoD, Mr. J. M. House aim Jack Mcltobei ' is a son of Carta. Spring VV'igon. lare lot nfilameu. two J V Ki or km a hn soltl Miis Foie I'kxninuton has received No. Saddle, tc , Ac. HVHiiue to W. M. bickey McHoberts, Jr, of this place, pud is a and accepted an "lVitat'nii to be Maid of The bit n Mnodml atallion. 1IRKKCH- promising young druggist. Miss Saudi-fe- r I.OADKK, one of thcroreit a .d fmekt uf breed- royal enterHonor to the Queen in the r.. Hit c.ilt re very ft r an reotmbl' their is a daughter of I'rosident J. 1'. San of kire llel')- - Millet it dam Nellie Vi- Plows! Plows! Plows! liny the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel W an amateur Unto or clarionet difor, of tho Hank of MiddledKUo, and 's tainment given by the Satellites ley (grandam ot H.aeilf) by ltib Johr.son, 2nd tki. Mercury in Ixmisvillu. This is a worthy dam M.try Chun bill by Alciauder Churchi" , orche-Jtui- . Call pl.ivei to join the new described u both ptetty and lovable. No plow is equal to those; no 3rd dam by Imp M irgravt- t;randai of King Plow and you will make no mistake. honor bestowed on Miss Pennington Alfontoj, 4lh dam Miatletoe, by Cherokee. Stv .n It. II. Dank. Moth are under age anil that, wo supgood for hevtrl and we are truly glad ol her lro..l Mart and llors, mol- plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Kvery plow warranted to animal. I) lornbinid .1. Idle ml harne-It he" raintHl wtch 'lay this week, pose, was the princir il reason for pareii- tune. The invitation says "Our ' objection. Fiveoi i t ppv Vlilk C'is thre. tu alir t!il while yesterday and Wednesday it came Ask your neighbor. Sovereign, Meicury, will grace do good work, or no sal Kill will In 'km yoke ol Slecr, everu cr ii lew unod Shoat. fine Heifer down m toiretii. occasion with his august presence A writer iuaprol.i the CHARI K" II HFI.I-- . Tri.l thrTiii'th. A itioiiovr U hi'tf loyal subjects 15 Ho rt Co., have purchased the bition sheet called the Southern Journal and present to bis truly gracious majesty, the Queen of grocery stock and good will of Dr. S. G. claims to have been here when the Fer .her most tragedy occurred and the Carnival, whoso desire it is to be acstreet. on Depot svs it was due entirely to the fact that companied by a number of Maids of, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. II. Haiighmau and L. M. salonii3 have been intheeoun Honor, selected from the fairest (lowers. tjcinlou opeuriSepU 10, 18t)(a Lasley havo braught mit niiainst the ty. If the astute scribe had investigated of female loveliness in all all our broad Tnrce CoUegcb. 1 hirtcen Departments. i,37' for injuries the matter instead of jumping at concluAir Line railroml for rea'ni." The selection is a wise one and suMained by their hows, Consolation sions, as is the custom with prohibitionif nil tlif yonni; Mauls of lionor are a9 uassical, bcientitic, ana commercial Courses, hxpenses moderate 5'8o to and othets, in the wreck near Hunting- ists, he would have found that Furguson pretty as slio is tl.L n ..,.' h lesirt-- will Attenclance last session 326, from ton, Ind., last May. never drank and Hamilton rarely evvr. be aLTomnlmlieil. 'I ho invitation is ex-- J5 statcs amj territories. " Hotli men were sober at the time of their rt'filiiiKly lianilsonu, gotten lip after tl O For full information am! catalogue, address Tin: special of six I'uliinun Palace . deaths and had not taken a drop o' order of "ye olden time' and is highly L H. BLANTON, D D., Chancellor Middles-borosleepers, taking tho editors to liquor. We do not like to charge our prized by Mis Koxie. yesterday mornpassed up at I prohibition friends with willful lying, A good representation of the KenDEATHS' DOINGS. ing. and all but for a set who claim to be the persontucky journalists was on board Mr. John Sandifer, nj;cil about IVi, ification of honesty, morality and every seemed awaro of tho fact that they were christian virtue, they handle tho died Wednesdny at his home on Mason's other going to be elegantly entertained by the truth more recklessly than Annanias Ciapnnd will be bin ied at Mt. Monuh people of the Magic City. hospitable did. Mr. Carminey, of the Millodevil o IJillTuktkiu, who shot Maishal New- Wiiii.k leturi'ing from the party at Mr, attJiupting to take a reteived a riispateb land ho severely in J. K. HaughuianV, near Hustonville, uuiKiiborliuod, him, waived an examinahtatinj; that his son, who has been prisoner from Wednesday night, the surrey in which tion Tuesday and was held in $1,000 bail wore Misses Nan and Kit Hauglinifln and !i villi" in Idaho for some time, was dead, to the ciicuit court. Teeteis, for cll'cct, Messrs. W. H. McKiuney and J. T. Km- - nutl that his body was on the road to that he was unable to einplov bry, ran in the darkness upon an im- this founty for burial. V. A. ,.r.,,nu,.l hikI tht'rourt appointed vVttVI mense rock in tho middle of the crook MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. defend him. Ho hasn't given Tnbble to Il.iugliniau'H house. The vehinear Mr. Hush and John M. biilyet. The best thing he can do for cle tilted up and knowing that to move JLEXINGTON.KY Mihs I too ii f himself is to plead guilty and throw , tho occupants used Nichols were married in Danvillo Wedmeant a it on tho mercy of the jury. discretion ami sought trm tirina, not- nesday. IK YOU WANT Tno iiu'etiiit; of a young man and n fi.lbiw oil' from home does withstanding the water was deep enough u'ni-steamer, between woman, entire strangers, an introdiic-tionnvthu.c worthy of being montioned in to tioat a love nt first sight, a short promtThey waded thro'. tho ash haity cook i'E the papers, the first man ho thinks of them and ...t.i. bank. ioi.. ,r ii nade and a weddimr. nil within n halt .1 tho editor i. v...' h IIUlVUH'l, Mllll lliv liiWI3i"M, sending a marked copy to is afu-they iinil landed the hour, toll the tale of the quickest mar of his homo paper, even if lie has nuvor tlemeii, who, riage on record. It happoned at Atlan- subscribed 101 il. This may bo all right treasures safely, went to rescue the surtic City and the participants, V. 15. PerMADE I1V considerable mid we are always glad to ehronido the rey and horses. After succeeded in get- kins, of Washington, and Miss Nattie men LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS txj toits of the di'hcrving. but ifwo would ting tho young and were soon after- Dahl, of Philadelphia, are no doubt tho said the team out so with much more prido do COMPANY, their leisure for taking so im-in individuals would not remember us only ward on their way, with the ladies, to llnok Kerplnu, Short llantl, Ttlrnraphy.Ae K"Y. L L. a step so hastily. portant LEXINGTON, KY. lirilejor Catalogue and full information home, dry apparel and Blumber. when they wish a favor. and given up the hu'ness. Mr. PUBLIC SALE s H. II. Dmks has organized on orchestra and for the several times they have prac- A BLUE-GRAS- S FAIUF. ticed they do extremely we". Mr. Danks Hill nil to trie hihet O winy to 1.id health, ; Will Severance I'd, Dr. is lat on bidder, trr pr m W. H. runny b- s; Joe F. Waters cornet; A. A.Warren baritone; Mrs. Maggie I'ort-ui- Thursday, Sopt. 25, 1890, piano. With a clarionet player the Mv Ft.rmirnt.irnn; m Acre iniuoxi utale of Lutivat. .., well Wat. iwl, hah iifNin it g04l c.it orchestra would be complete and an ry tg hotseofhtv r . m and all nc ',i'ttcil s railv frcm Thr farm is be'ng made to secure one. , Milledje-vi"- e one miV from the Stinford A -- HAMFBE1N WATCH,. Railroad Watch. The Best era ffinRii-e- 3 o n o NT1WJX - S' L fjrtiCH) Aw V) o o 3 in vio'-'st- I 011 t , - ft m i, c o C of-f- oi. . - -- btp'ra, I i 2 ? C y X -- ? tf " lr ike, two mil.- - fro-- MoreUtsii Station 'lo-lc- and I 5 o c n o well-know- n I VVh-- )( 5,-l- - vimmjm T- n e BY - 1 30th, , B. MoBOBERTS, - h pru-etic- e k, HIGGINS A.M'KINNEY 1 - ' 1 w ls l'i, randly-Uc- HardTvare, Croo9rios, S"iovss, Salt, Lime, cso. I - lim-il.c- ". beni-tlce- n nt .1 .V , - b I- - it I" giison-Hamilt- on Central University m,rS. I NEW GOODS. , 1 " We Have '2-- 10 JUST RECEIVED Our First Shipment of to-da- yea-terda- y CREAM f jupy &&& FALL x CLOTHING, In Medium and Heavy Weights, and him-Hel- turn-over- Stiff and Soft Hats, The Latest Styles and Colors. n, small-siao- d - GOOD BREAD ' M r CREAM FLOUR STAGG & McEOBERTS. dif-licul- ty 1 BRYANT &STRATT0N Business College blUlvl VI f ' i -- J yniuj . ,- - .Tr. i&& 1 wr T W"i' ,'S"", T Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal i THE CLIFFS. PubllBbod Evory Tuesday and Friday a J?I2K, VMCA.U.Ir When not o paid .YTJV-iYXCJC S2.50 will be charged.- - K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at at 7:00 a. m. returning j :jo p. m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ,11 30 am .. 1 16pm .11 japm Those Iron rifted cliffs that o'er the deep, Ware worn nod thunder scarred, enormous lower, Stnud liko the work ot some primeval joiver. Titan or Domlurgos. that would keep Firm wnnl forever o'er the Ixullotied steep Of turret crowned Uoltnnl. or mlchtiost Moher. Vnlnly beneath. M tbuiit;li they vtoukl devour Tlio rooted rocks before them, reel and leap The lieadlonc wares; and as n plumed ithnlant. Crushed in the assault of some strong citadel. Indomitable Mill, Its shattered ranks Cheers to the breach again, and yet ajrnin, So from tbe Ixittliuj; billows bursts the swell Of a more an ful combat than of men. Aubrey do Vero w Mail train going North South " Express train " South " " North Local Freight North South DECIDED BY CUANCE. TJie sun. n great glowing Imll of fire, 37m ...6301 in . .. I The latter trains alo carry paenKer. hid just descended behind tho fringe of The above is calculated on standard time. Solar elm trees on Mtxidow Hill, mid tho o minutes taster time is about parched summer world wns free to 5J!Pm RICHARD la a Candidate tticky, subject t" C. r WARREN or the S'atc of Ken-ftlDemocratic party. ie fr' An 'it "'" oppo I have temove.I mv offu c to my residence, times. m REMOVED! S fRf. on Mam .t-e- e' Mr. A. S. PRICE, EU' DENTIST. vs . Office l)r ig store, Manft.d. over 11. Mc Roberts' R. C. MORGAN, D. DENTIST. D. S. Office on Mam street, no stairs. Nitroui uid t; extracting, ,U"' iisa f" ''"?""in!s ua , STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. ba 3' recently Office South side Main street, in office Ky. vacated by.Dr. L F Huffman, Stanford. 11. F ATWOOD ALLEN ALLEN & ATWOOD, REEL ESTATE EGERTS. Johnson City, Tonn. W.M.AYRKS JAS- - G GIYF.NS. .AYRE8&GIVENS, n I Attorneys at Law, 327 Fifth St., ioi-y- - Louisville, Ky. ilutldins?. Shree r tf JAS. O GIVENS. FRANK MARLMON. . GIVERS & - IiERlEOR. - REAL ESTATE. Pincvlllc, Kentucky. Town Lots. Oil, Iron and Timber Lands bousht or sold on Commission. Correspondence r Id solicited TEE CQMERCIEL HOTEL J. II OWENS, Manag". Harrodsburg, 1 - Kentucky. . ... - rk 1 al this popular hot'l and intend M n.n it in a first class manner in every ..- respect It is ncinz papcrcu being top to bottom, the bed.Vjj ispleasant renovated and and comfortcvervthinr done te make itshall never be surpassable Tor ue.t. The table J II. UWfcJSS. ed hy hoteUm this section ,... o-- 1 m AMICUS OF fflimW sof'& Logan's The Stanford Creek Van-deve- cr, Turnpike Co. We, the underfed. E. T Pence. D W. S S. H lWighman, J I'. Peyton, J. M. and John lIuKhes, W H Miller. J. S. Owsley together and Hail hereby associate ourselves Wnme incorporated pursuant to the provisions c6 o( the General Statutes of Ken. -- rr!h:iDiir . & tne tucky, ny .r curpui.ic name of the Stanford Logan's Creek turnpike Road Company. ouuaing, tne - onduded is a. liu uuiiusjc .......:.--. ti1 ftnr..lin(r for prottt a iwacaua turnpike road 111 Lincoln county, beginning miied Mam street in Stanford. Ky.. at an a southward alley lending therefrom Mvers' heirs between the and lohn M. . m.. Mollis '- . J.. . v,"?.""r. m ...i inecce wuibwiu vw. ....1 Branch, thence eastwardlv alley tothebt --oy tne P' . . ......-.-- H nr.u,,hi an. I Pence to a point near thanks' hcin und E. T. Local?" Creek nd asm.il creek emptying in fiont of E. T fence's house, thence up Lugan?. inCr.k by the premise, of S.H ahank. with the and Dave Collier loan intersection near the stone Crab Orchard turpike hmieofMrs Chappell The length cl said road ...... 1 .;r;, "--- ,bVlle3princ.'pal place of bu.ine.. shall be Stan- - commence on the ,9.h terminate on the 10th unless sooner terminated by a JavofJuv .yio. of the stock outstanding vote ol ..The authorized capita stock n six thousand time, and in dol ars. which shall be paid at such as the Bonrd terms such amounts and upon such Hut the corporation prescribe shall business whenever three dollars of the capital stock , thousand snail nave oeen u- iuthoriied Ur these articles shall be divided into capital stock scribed The chares of llttv dollars racn, nu catii uid entitle the holder to one vole, eitner in person or by written proxy jt all elections anu ai incshe Ul by thestoCKnoiuor. shall be nun. 0 The atf..rs..fthscorporaiion elected from the . Hoard ot fivcdirec-.ursT.l.iuii.i... ...... nf wiiLh Directors shall be as IWk'nt l.y tmid Ik.ard and such .Hnll I,.- elected on the first Saturday in lor one T,; nf ivach year and shall serve unui tlictr yearxi snwecdinKy their ,election and . .wra shall jf.,d alVe elect a clerk irtd treasurer but nn member of .v., be electe. trwi-urMl tt,lll. lieiblet.inv ntllce in tlu c rporatioii .11. who shallnot He a t The hishest nmonnt of jndebto.i,.. to whkh .,ny iinic su'yect itielf this crpornuon may at dollars. shall not esceed seven hundredth.t members of this Tlii.nvateroprt olirom the debt, of tho u two-thir- ,IJVtncolpomionhai. daWJuiy,W.andand "..!...hhUi ;; 'isuc-ne- - j.j er -' s : .... W ..- -. corpran Q' r HI'S ' S es tbe corpcrvtms llOl.eu by S '.J riMIIL' ,ti ,.,.. c rl r . by p .r 1 1 fer:t be n, ? n the !"" 1.... ..t .I... f- HartM J herein men- . rmifatinn b " loftf.- i.f " , corp"t j" n except tne .tion. directly or President and any onipt. .. n r.f.,r The his sersiti- - .exrept Directors) and servants and other offi ..:.... .v.. .11 a.t..,Mhi .urn uvo nrtmrtloll snail tot pl. ee I tlMS hall he used by thell'iw" resolution. i.iii.. as com f riir.rtuimiid theby-law- s of tH. r.., .'.".- rt.. Antn'ilKHI shall have all the to -- ., !.' allowed under 'Chapter CI its nature S6. Title iaine andofNo. no Title Turnpike, l"u-- i; the Ge...r.l Statutes S3S5 "Si Actsof the O.n-tolTeiitucky a.d the sub,e AsVembly of Kentiiky. amendatory and sup-- t thraio and hal be! .ubject t. the by Prerfribed ihe slldStatuW of Corporstion rl ,t. natu.e and it. -", -1 1 N , d ..nd pa'd ot the llord of of the Company, bAs fcr by .ither. after Directcr. of this indlrettly. for rr, let nurp.se 1890 i'n witrtct iMr.rif Safttve names, this edour rosp I V h" J. S. S3 l:. T. PENCE. 1.S.OWSLEV,' 5. K. nAL'GIlMAN, JOHN M. IIAU '. H.MILLER HUGHES, th dav PEVTdN, he,r' U.D", ?bf' b July, chievously alluded to Tom's betrayal of tho state secret. "You know," said he, "that I havo belonged by right to you evor since I took up the blue pitcher." Kitty's eyes flashed. "But you took up tho white pitcher first!" said she. "Go back to Mitilda Grey, if you please; I shan't detain you." "I couldn't if I wanted to," said Wayne. -- Miss Grey if she chooses is to bo my aunt. Besides, blue is my color," with liio oyos fixed on the knot of ribbon at Kitty'rt throat. "Mr. Churchill is a very handsome man," said Kitty solomnly, "and 1 do think Tilly fancies him. Oh. I am so glad!" He is mire." "Lot's walk ovor to tho Grey farm "Nonsense, Kit! By all tho rules of and congratulate them," said Hillard. "But," cried Kitty, "wo will neither love and war ho bolongs to me." of us ever l married if you dare again "I mean tu havo him, anyhow." allude ft tho two "I'll so about that," suid Tilly reso- to "No, thai 'he will not!" pitchers." wo said Tilly. lutely. And Tombot the jointed fishing rod "Hush!" cried Kitty. "What's that? after all. It didn't deserve it, but what Some one giggling. It'a Tom." sort of a world would this bo if iwople "No, it isn't. Tom has been sent up only got their deserts: Shirley Browne to Spotswood farm for half a dozen ducks in Fireside Companion, I Wayne Hillard, finishing his sketch of the fern shaded pool in tho glen, dropped his pencil and inllated his lungs with the fragrant oxygen. Mrs. Mix, cleaning trout for the morrow's breakfast, in tho lritchen, sighed a sigh of infinite relief. "One tnoro day's gone!" said she; and Kitty and Tilly, skimming cream in the cool cellar, mndo haste with their work so as to finish without the light of a candle, and as they worked they talked and laughed lightly, as girls will do. Who wero Kitty and Tilly? Why, they were Mrs. Mix's "hired help" tho rosy daughters of impecunious neighbors, who wero tnoro than glnd to eke out their slundor allowance of pocket money by assisting the lianised landlady in "busy times." Kitty was n radiant blonde, with hair just wanned with red, eyes of mischievous gray, and n complexion that would have been perfect were it not for the sprinkling of fiecklesncrosa the bridgo of the saucy nose. Tilly, on the contrary, was pale and dark, with big, solemn eyes full of jetty lights, and a sm.ill head sot with imierial grace on her slim shoulders: and tVdr voices soundwl liko tho indistinct twitter of orioles as they talked and skimmed great leathery sheets of cream and strained tho "night's milk" into broad, shining pans. "I think ho's splendid:" said Kitty. "So do I!" said Tilly, enthusiastically. "I mean to have him!" said Kitty, waving her skimmer alwvo a fresh pan. "I liko that!" ironically observed Tilly. Tvo always pined to bo an artist's bride," said Kitty. "Yes." interrupted Tilly, "and I have made up my mind to n city life. This country vegetation don't suit me! I must marry a city man!" Kitty covered up the stone cream jar with a little clink. "Well, how nro wojjoing to settle this matter?" said she, with a laugh. "We both want Wr.vno Killarrt! We're both determined to have him." "Draw lots," suggested Tilly. "Nothing liko chance for detenning a question like this. Oil! I say. Kitty, this pan leaks. Give mo one of the new ones. I do liko a new milk pan it makes one think of sheets of silver." "No. we won't do that it's too hackneyed," said Kitty. "I'll tell you whut we'll do. Tilly. Mr. Hillard never comes into the houre without coin;: straight into tho milk room for it drink of new milk. Mrs. Mix always leaves a little brown pitcher there for him. Well, we'll leave two pitchers, ono white for you, tho other blue for me. Tho one shall decide the question. that he If it's bine then ho'a mine! If it's white I cheerfully give him up to you!" "Girls. I should think you'd bo ashamed of yourselves!" Tilly gave a great start; Kittv colored until the freckles looked liko a (leot of tiny brown boats on a sea of scarlet. Mrs. Mix was at the head of the htairs, glaring down at them liko an indignant tabby cat. "We wo didn't mean anything," feebly uttered Kitty. "Wo were only making fun," murmured Tilly. "It ain't the sort o' fun they used to make when was n girl,"eaid Mrs. Mix. "Wo wero talking nbout tho milk," apologized Kitty, with excusable equivocation. " Tain't worthwhile to fib," said Mrs. Mix. "I was btandin' jest by tho winder, and I heerd every word you said. Horn's tho platter o fish. Put it in a cool place, not too near the milk." Kitty Farrar and Tilly Grey looked guiltily at each other, and indulged in a surreptitious titter when tho door closed sharply. "Do you suppose she did hear it all?" said Tilly breathlessly. "It isn't a hanging mnttor if she did," declared Kitty. "Quick got the pitchers! Tako them in the back way. I hear him coming now." "Oh, if it's come to your knowing his very step" "Do hold your touguo. Tilly!" On tho whitely scoured milk room ehelf stood the two littlo pitcher, ono of old "flowing blue," tho other a squatty white ware specimen, with a crystul clear tumbler besido them. In Kitty's haste sho hud forgotten to fill but one, and as tho two dimpled faces jweped from tin) twilight darkness at tho head of tho cellar stairs they could see Wayne Hillard como direct to tho little milk room and tako up tho white pitcher. "There!" wbisjwred Tilly, spasmodically squeezing Kitty's round little arm. But the white pitcher was empty. Ho set it down with a smothured exclamation of impatience, and seizing tho flowing blue pouted out a glass of cool, foaming milk and drank it. Thon he walked out again. "There!" retorted Kitty. "He took my pitcher after all." "IJnt he took mine first." "Don't 1) shabby. Tilly. If evor anything wui rejected your pitcher was. breathe nt last. ftshin' in.de o' yourn as ye don't use uo more." ','1 don't think I eare much about your news. Tom," said Mr. HillarJ. who was just settling himself for a morning's sketching by the river heights. "Oh, but you will when you hear it." said Tom. "Mother says, says she. 'Girls, you'd ortor'd be ashamed of vour-selves.' And Kit Farrar she wid .she knowed your stop, and Tilly Grey she said she 'lowed to marry a city feller like you. and thon thoy ngrwd to chance it. And there was something about two colored pitchers I don't rightly understand that; but I rather think you fell to Kittv's lot. and sho was awful tickled and" "Look here. Tom." said Mr. Hillard, leisurely turning over his tubon ot color, "don't it strike you that this is very like telling tales out of school? It isn't likely tho yoaneT ladies meant you to theso little joke3!" "But thc-- was deatl in earnest," wheezed Torn. "Much you know about it." said Hill-nr"No you can't liart tbe rod. Clear out, and remember for the future never to tattle." Tom Mix retired much discomfited and Wayne Hillard began to paint, but as he tinted he pondered. "If I'm really the sjwrtof battle." said he, "I ought to surrender myself nt once. Pretty littlo beauties they are fair ami dark, like a sunbeam and a shadow, side by hide! A recent conflngration In a remote ChiIt's your guilty Kit. that's all." nese village destroyed the ancestrial home of the family of Confucius with all "I'll tell ye, mister." said Tom, if its content?, texts on stone, commentn-ries- , you'll promise never to let on who it cunings in jade and alabaster, jais was, and if you'll gimme that'ere j'inted re- for Sunday's dinner. conscience. W&M A 1VM1 KPi''4SulSLsWlJ ?"mV'.SB LUtUU'C in fact one of tho most markable literary nnd artistic collections in the world, contntnln;:, as it did, every extant memorial of the great teacher. of porcelain Kir IsW "V 110 c)iK. ar The most valuable metal in the world is said to be gallium, quoted nt $3,230 nn ounce. The Finest on Earth 2l rTrnTnT7TTr-.WvyEim'- 3WWesssm. i 'WM'iiYdnj t Twenty miles the Shortcut nmt y The Cincinnati, Hamilton - Dsvjrton R R is the only line runntnc Pullman's Perfected Safetv Vesttbultd Trains, with Chair Parlor Sleeping nd Dining Car service beureen Cincinnati, Indtanapolis and Chicsav and is the onl) line running Through Reclining Chair. Cars bitween Cin cinnati, KoWuk nnd ipnn;nla. 111 andMceptnc v.l-- r Highest of A CKim ul tirter ' Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw: and the all in Iimv cniug .irrnnth -- T. i,uermner.t Ke- Only Direct Lino port Aug 17, i1. DeBetween Cincinnati, I lav ton Liuia. TJt-.lo- , troit, the Lake Region, and Canidi. I he road is one of the oldest in the Slate ot Ohio and the onl) line catena; Cincinnati over t doul'le-tack- , and from its pst rcror.! can miles al The I.in'- - In National Hani. 01 t.inford, Ky , ts more than assure its patrons speed, comfort and closing up Us alTairs All noteh.M.iert and others safety. Ticket, on sale everywhere, and see that thry havisvr claim, agaia.t said Asvociation are hereby rand C , If .V 1) , either in or etit of Cm. innari, notified to ptSMnit the notes and claims against the A.Miatka for payment Indianapolis or Toledo. J II OWSl.tY. Cahier. 5 E. O McCORMICK. General Paaseogtrand Tukst AeM - POWDER Absolutely Pure ini' t Makme direct connerti ns in Ccrurnl Union for Chicig" Mi hican Pcintv, St L01 lmflalo, ClevrUBd. Detroit, Iiidmnspoll. and the West, Canada, New England, de-pu- i. New York, ISo.sloii, ITotioo. Baltimore, Philadelphia, Washington. Quickest time lo Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky Richmond, VIRt". IMA Shori'.t and Quickest line to KTJ1UW 0JROi;AKiS9 fd d. Bucklca's Arnica Salve GROCERY, RESTRURMT Solid Trains, baegaei cars, smoViugcars and withco.th', Pullman HoiiJoir sleeper, through Merid out change via Chailan oca, liirmlochsm, oMking direct connections en route l'r Knes-ville- , un A .he v die, Lrncabtirsjanri poinis in the The bet salv e in the world for cut., bruise. And HOARDING HOUSC tores, ulcrr. salt rheuei, fever sores, 1Itruer, chapskin trup ped hands, chilblains, crn s and I have a lull line of fie.h C.rocerte. snj Coafec-ti.n- s lions and prsittvel cures pi'.cs, or no pay ruquir Rememand the rtnest Cigar, and Tcbjcc ed. It is guaranteed 10 irive perfect satistaclier, ber thst I l oalr I r ca.h r prnl t I have Price .5 cents per box, money retunJed s j.r- -t .rrd to Am InVvnnr. 1.. or keep bosrlsr at verv rc.wnthi rji.. Olve Kot sale by A R Penov. Stttitord. Ky i 11 I 'i .ip v.u rik'ht. me a isll ar l Le coi.vi-neI W C KRI K R. ..ard ij in JMorit Wins. . we .y to our citien. thatI for year, tor We desire t r have been ..MIii.gDr Km Consumption, Dr Kins s New Life Pill. Ruck-len'- s Bitter-- , and have Arnica Salve and Electric "Hour Irnppy ootflJ I be wit either. or It irfram H.vml . f x; never haudled remedies that .el! a. well W that e do WVre t'other dear charmer awsy, have given mh universal ati-t- a lion. we i.iw and nnd Saddle Horses and Kitty Farrar is my iose5M)r. oh? I do not hesitate to guarantee them ever) ptue if satisready to refund the purchase really think I ought to have given that Stand result do not fo'low their ue 1 hese factory in Fancy ereat young marplot the fishing rod after nil." remedies have ou their Penn. twpulartiy purely t r cut. A. k ,rd !.! lloises l.nk-hHe laughed as the idea grew in his OB their merits Pitleeli var evierei So-Ky C 1 nAm.II. r mind; yet more and more lie liked it. 11 1 CAM!03L3(AS9 At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmlog ton, Charleston. Augu.ta, Mncon, .Savannah, Rrunswick, Lake City. Thoma.villc and Kl.OUI-I)p.unts The onlv line runoinr solid trains with choice Pullman Huudoir or Palace Sleepinr Cars to wilhout change lor any tia.s of pa.ser- gers or naggage Selma and ?ntaoinerr. llunlwille Decatur, lb rcnet MeiKphi. and A1IKANS S points n.l uuu ke.l to Aamston St'ina, Vlo ..Tt-.).; kliurt tonoction. made at M1U UK l.KAN'S without cmaibu. Iran. fer for tilve.li n II ni.lon, ustm, Jk-sonviilA c N" c. T. SANDXDCrE, Harness dealer tf (3 -- Roadsters. Iruit ful, unth sweet low voices, and a, pictur-csqu- o way of wearing flowers in their hair. "They began a joke." said lw to himself, "I'll finish it!" Kitty Farrar was spreading table napkins out to bleach on the grass Iseyoud the lawn tennis court. Tilly stood holding the basket for her when .Mr. Hillard approached. But the iustaut they saw mm a gentle ice of iudeocribnble dignity froie nronnd them. They recognized his greeting as two young duchesses might have done. "1 can't do it." he told himself, and fell to talking about the weather. How he wished that scapegrace Tom had held his tongue. But after Unit he observed Kitty quietly and often. "She is a violet in the shade." he thought. "A dewdrop hiding from tlie sun. Yes. I leally think I'shall ask her to marry me. but would like my Undo Churchill to see her first." Uncle Churchill arrived on the scene a handsome middle aged lawyer, with dnrk eyes and a shrewd mouth. -- Which is it?" said lie. "Oh, you must decide that for yourself," laughed Wayne. "That's hardly fair." said Mr. Church-hill- . 1 of tailure, a return of tmuUs. or in than they had dreamed of. He knew i. m. thl. sale plan yon can purchase price that Kitty was the clergyman's niece, yourfrom our advetis On Jrn.givt a bottle ot Dr. cuv It is nnd that Tilly's dead father had been a Kmcs New Ui.covery fr Consumption. wnen UTSaT. 5,iLJ AND FsES guaranteed to lrl"B relief in every caae colonel m tho civil war. Ho was quite used for any affection of the thtoat.lengs or chest, STAXFOKD.KV. aware that they were pretty and grace- such as consumption, inrUminstfeii of the luns,, cnup. etc r.-inr- Ho had noticed Kitty and Tilly oftener A Snfo Invostmont Is one whohis cuaranteed to bring josnin; TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Th inly throufh line to Ja k.on mil Yirk.hurg, hi,'vc si La., m.iWin lirectc liorlloni Mis. wiibnul miiiMit tranvftr I. t I) ilia. it WoMS, Austin S.n Antonui, IU 1'jj ami muni f !r W isitrcis, bronchitis, itthmi. whiu,- - couth etc It is rdeas.nt and rtMble te the fitly safe and can always ! relied upon bottles free nt A R Pennv'. drop .tore tae,1per. rial TEXAS, ARIZUHA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. V'vt thru ith rAtcs c rrr t nty mil . Sid fall i n I t STASLS, infiirtnti n , or or 1!' r HUNK W'.H r.. lliv I' us i! ' r .1.111. Ki C f I b I. I I'W KUi I t I ' a r .. ic t .11 - 1I1 I 1. . A.-ri,11 1 SPkCIAl. travelers. Onl) aret-cta- District Court, eittiwr at Kansas City, in an assignment ense. decided that failing firms or corporations have no right to give preference to one creditor alwve another; that such debtors lcotue trustee and as such must Heat all cretlitors alike. Do not Sutter any Kii' wing that a cough can Le checked la a day a tod the tir.t stages rrf cestaumption boe in week, we hereby guarantee Dr. Ackers Lnglitn Judse Phillips, of the United States ts ATTCNTIOffto COMMKHCIAI. Morses and mules bought and sold aorscsand vhicle. uho in livenr T" IMLLtUNi JsWlTCH.KN Dealer In- -Dry C., tOD'Si'lUt hCwAtfiSHCHiCttoBr Goods, Notion, Hat3, Caps A NEW FAST MAIL i. LOUISVILLE & ih Daily, Secures to Traveler., Hr.!i ymiso Concral Lino of Groceries, Hoots, Shoe., CM'iing wart. 1 m wart, Furi.it ire snd I I'sri C .liiliei. C' 'is All kinds cf Pnxli.cr taken i'i r, I. ' CINCINNATI co.r.n-.trcia- Remedy, and veill relund the money 10 all whouy, take it as per directions, and do not n.l our statement ci Druggist. Coua-- nee Our Vory Host Poonlo Connrm rur to ani the anv andall oirwr preparations croup, throat mag.r it sa and litnifs. In whooping cough b.t and relieves at once We cWei you a samplea pev Rememb.r this rented is sold on tin tree Pe"ny s. itivc guarantee, at A R .lateiueut when.we sav thai Dr Remedy M in ev err way superior "! rr !' ' h.ti.- "" Kv f r kcomli, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE citie. on th Ohio River and Chicvo, and Stnee the fittest time and most comfortable trams N Kver attempted between the great ill p- l -- JB.9ADHELDS IJAjCIFlc Are acme, effective and pure lor sick head bid ache, di.ordred stomach, loss of appetite, been completion and bdiousaew. they have never r or sale i a or abroad equaled either in Americ t K. Dr Aokera angllu PIUh renny. "It's so important that you should be entirely free from bins or prejudice," pleaded Wayne. "At the end of a week let me know wliat you think." At the end of tho week Uncle Churchill rejiorted. "It can only be Tilly Grey." said he, "Sho is perfect simply perfect!" "Tilly Grey!" repeated Wayne. '.'She is a very pretty girl. admit: but as to Kitty Farrar" "I can only Miy what I think." said Uncle Churchill. "Take another week to consider it." said Hillard. "1 will." said Uncle Churchill. Kitty and Tilly, however, were not entirely unobservant of matters, and one ovening when Churchill and Hillard returned from a day fishing two stolid German madchens were waiting ut table. The girls had gone home. "Thoir folk, wanted them." Mrs. Mix said regretfully. "We'll follow them." said Mr. Hillard sotto voce. "An excellent idea!" said .Churchill promptly. Kitty Farrar sat on the doorstep of the old house with a black kitten in lier lap when Mr. Hillard came up the walk. She colored like a carnation. "You see I havo found you out." said he. "Kitty, wore you running away 1 In the morning, hurried or dilllcult breathin c chest raising phlegm, toshtnese in theor sweats.iuKh-nat the evening ,k. riuihness in thing, are the nrst stage,iut o all or any of these Dr. Acker's Kngmh Couch Kemr consumption. .ymptosne, and is s. Id dey will cure these fearful under a positive guarantee oy v n Drugcist. Thnt Tornoto CouRh ii' ME WIXIMXION if onilnI,u n0.ipa, n CHKNGt Ult IV wH LUwLVJ IF TAHLN OURIHU OV 0Uf4iS JiOOK REGUIRTOR sciourAU CO. FALll R FPlli LsU y rsfcirs. ATI1P hll tihwe.i The cour.tert.art of this tram in all Dunk bae.isdenemina'ed The Limited I rcs I'" .i.urrr ril.ie i 1 nnil , ive. (.anui nuii.cn vcnr ri nj Mi iin. g- M,ii.ji .iKkt'i Mi, , ,f -t mis m the or to the Wot apd v' ' 1 ""M" ' nf . ".' h;tt. "'" " lha,t 'Ptea.antj r tmatlon. Iieie cvds. laao.. i ,i,. - n WUIlLlUlllalle KtiU'l'JS. TOMWOMAN'l&79a'aV ATLANTA GA. BRADFIELD "JIIirK CiUVHJ ...... Tho anortout nnd QuloV:ost Houto from Contrnl Kentucky to nil points North. Eaiit, Wont nnd South-WonFnst Lino between Loxlngton nnd Olnotn-nn- tl cfrtfKtSi com-lire- d Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in varmuv parts of the body. sinkiaK at the pit of theor stow or. ich. lots of appetite, fevtrishnes.. pimples, re ll positive evidence of poiwned b ood. Nc be matter how it became poisoned it mustlllooxlpurifil hlivir Ilr Acker'i Knclish remove .crofuloua or .yphiUt.. has never failed to . poison. Sold under positiv guarantee at A Pennj V t n r Tho First SymptoniB of Death. hill n,i' i'i b Am nf -t- IT urn Imnl1 A stIILDI'LK I.V UFfRCT MAY .No. i 11, 1S90 1 - ....jjil. Sjjr' i(on. 10 4. No 6 Kx Daily Sun. I, XJlVt( LveC roinau I.kC wugtoa.. J' &ZZ2rXfi-MK,lvtzrV -- Arr Pan. Lve Pans Arr Winchester, rr Richmond. Arr Lancaster.. Arr Stanford. l e i JS Pm. 00 P a 4 p m 9 P as a m y ty p m a m to 1 1 a m 5 40 p m i" ami it am t o a a. p m p w iMpn 545pm o Pm J" P m 1 Oinaha'o population jumped from 30,000 in lSbO to i:?J,000 by the laat census, a jrtiin ol W percent. Advices from China report tho Yellow river airain on the ramiMgu. The river has buret its dykes in the Shantung district and Hooded a vast area of country. Thousands of persons have been drovuied anil n famine has resulted. i'Ii v An trnpor .0. d s v.t; thr-uliver, stomach an I They v;.r ,nv A new pnacn lo le-- . torpid livc-nes, bid la-.'.i ' t&nhtfUk! J; &9r VII mimUW,J ititfWMiX il )lmM Tfi SiJtfJsi.)hLI! mWMM M W. Itfl 'trL TlmLMJriiA''ar.,I , taHsMslI. ff I p m IO 15 p in aml I mMtamp LLpiri 7 ' I no; o 1 1 o -- .. 1 I)) 10 0) No P m. s ", S, Ifjffc I ' f'Mgbli1 it'IWl'"' r vv fW- wV ... Arr llerea Arr Livingion N'"h-I,uu,,- ,, .,..... -- S eo p mt I ...... .. No.i. ' ., 3stKs lf,JajjD t. .,' be pu' w M "1 ir j ' S NV .ilr, allies' Nerve and l.lvcr PIIIh. pli n mi 1 1 Trom me?" , lJtlie.'or Jcunti K I'jnr.) Si.iniorJ. Tlie Wonderful Tower, The tntrliest vtruclu-- c m the world is Klffel Tower, at I'urit. I.iam let hlifli. IJut theerent of Or Miles n certain to ilest Sampics iree nl A Smalli-it- . tiou. for men, noiv 11 "o.t, and children net on Ihe the norves cute bilious and eonstipa jt the on ,it'' 01 1 .orial Art .ib in;, wiH. tpitiie-R s jnl jihu of dispatch Jess Thompson, In Poitn.an llu- - 1 lunlorl, K OLD KY. ROUTE Newniit N "Not not because I was afraid." answered valiant Kitty. "Well, wherever you run for the future I shall follow," said he, "because I love you, Kitty." And it was not until the littlo diamond ring that had been his mother's was safely fitted on her finger that he mis- tower far bImivo it m promoting liutnan lirppt nessnnit hrnlili. ThW wonderful nerve meiV cine builds up vvornntit sysifins. euro. Ills, spasms, ben Incite, nervous prostration, luii nus, steei'lessness tnotitlny pains, sexual rouble. fU: Mrs. John It Miller, of Vnlpn rai.o, Ind.. un I J I). Taylor of l.ostnnsport Ind . caiicd 3 pounds n month while luhinK it. Fmelr tlliKlrMtid treastiseou' nervous Hint s.unplbottle Of the ) storullie Nervine, tree al A. K IVnov Hho nuarantces ir. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, All points hast and Si uthe..it. Only one niKht out Irom Lexington, Corrected Time Crd in F.flect a'n 11, 1S00 pri Vallsy Co S0.1J Vcsti Ued Trains to vva .V Mis-is- s E D. I 00 ... Lve ,ivinetloa .... 10 J am, Lve llerea 11 43 m .' Arr Richmond. Lve Stanfoid ... 7 00 a in' 7 45 a re Lve Lancaster. Arr Richmond.. 10 01) a in to p in 6 to en. Lve Richmond... eo p m 7 IS Arr Winchester. m; p ml 7 4S m . Arr Pans JLt Cve Lexington .. a IB1 J 4S pra 05 p m p HI 8 S3 a mi 4 11 p m Lve Paris JO Lve Falmouth. .. 4 ia p in 9 IJ a m J Jfi p re Arr Covington. .. 5 40 P rn 103$ a in 6 30 p ra 10 is a in o 3S p in Arr Cincinnati . $ JO p Trains Nos. 11 and 14 run Sunday only between Cincinnati and Lexington, leaving Cincinnati at 8a m , and arriving at Lexitigtou at 11m Lve Lexington at 1 40 p. m. and arrive at Cincinnati al . a m ... 1 111 " STATIONS. be without it It is a to wive, who know through the oatntul ordeal of they mutt Mrs C Mebiue. Iowa. Write the childbirth llradheld Regulator C. , All.uita, (.a for turtht'r particulars. Sold by all lni,tHjivl-.- In n recent work on Henri Oisouse, I)r Lve Stanford " l.exinKton... . Friink'ln Miles the ncti-speimlist ptvt's pm. 7 uo pm ia 4 Winchester.. munj nrw uihI stiirtlinp; r.iils. Thousands of " K. U. Junttn people are tloujy iiolsonini; themelvu. " Ml. Sterling.. i pm tiiemtHvp by the ue of tea. ro(!ee, to 4j pai ) 1 in Morehead ... baccu mid uicnhol. These are Monrt Whips, . " Olive Hill.. .. .. J 31 P causing It to beat ruptdly. thin grmluully wear " Ashland ilo 30 pm ii P lot; It out. prrHliiciut! shortness of drouth when no 4 pm 5 J" Ptj " Catlett.tinrg.. eiurctslni;. piiins in fide timt shpubler, InuiL'ry " Huniingion ... .111 07 pm 6 5 pm nnd faint spells. Kinuliy eart failure anil sud- Lve Hunttngtoit. . .. In 30 am den death Fur weukeued mid Irritated hearts Arr Charlo.ton .... ti am the press evory wlmie Inglily recommend tho Clifton Forgt. . 7 j4 am New Heart Cure it scomreil by Dr. Franklin am 11 ' LynchburB Miles, vtblcliislorsiiio nt A K.l'innr's.Stanrord. "Charloiiesville lio s am a ji pm ' Washinston ) 5 ' " llalltniore A Hoon to WlVOtf 15 pm " Philadelphia. Having ued "Mother Friend." would not so pm " New York 9 Iijoii woalt-cnlng 1 . . 1 1 . 1 1 Thousands iolMouutl. Dally. .Fast.Mafl Aceom. Daily Daily Vos Express. Kx. Sun. Kx San. n it Ji n'n 113 17 aw i 31 n m 4 in pm jo p 40 am I e 40 p m I" Pm 9 al pm 7 pa. , . DRUNKENNES3-TH- E Ex front NewVork.I'hlladol Limited Vcstd-ilat phu, Wa.lunjtfcn and all points East, arrives m daily Mnnford n 57 p Lexinjtton At 4 17 I' a cup of tea or coffee without It can be civen a., andall points' from Richmond, Fut mail the kuowledKe of tin- person taking it, effecting a ca.t, Huntington, W Va, and all local stations speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient Lexington at 11 40 iiooii daily except Sunis a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. day Stanford 11 57 p m. Tnousands "f drunkard, have been cured who Accpmrnodarionlroei Olivellill and intermediate have taken the UnldeliueSpccific in their coffee points, Richmcnd, Ky., and points an the K. C believe thcycan Ily arrives at Lexlaatrm 8jo. am, daily, ex without their knowlcd, and quit drinking of their own freewill. No harmful cent Sunday Sltsfurd t 30 p "- tHcct result, from its administration. Cures guartie ir- - tickets read read via N. N. A-- M. V anteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Ry.,K. D. f?o" pen SrjtcirtC Co., 185 in confidence S. F. II. MORSE, G. P. A., Cinci Miati, O. Race Street, Cincinnati, O e 111 ar-nAd-Hre- LIQUOR HAB-T-Iall tho World thero la but ono euro, Dr. Unlnoa' Goldou Spoclllc. n .... Norfolk at 11 40 a Ht and 5:30 Trains toavini: pm daily, except Sunday cmnecten at vlircnes-tethe K. C. R for Richmond, K) and point, ' OldPniniComf.irt1 r " Kirhmond, Va. J 40 liw Ilranch, No 9. leaves Parts at 11, at 545, p m, arriving at Maysville at to jj, a m, and S 10. p m. No 10 leaves Maysville at s.'S a m, arriving at Paris at am. No. 11 leaves Maysville at 150 and 740, arrives at Paris at 4 15, p m. These trains are dally except Sunday. No run. daily from LexmRton to Cincinnati No 43 leavus Lexington to 00 am; arrives Paris 10 .JJ am; except Sunday No 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm;arnve Kalmo'ith 7 10 pm j except sutiuay. No. 7 leave. Falmouth 6 00 am: arrives Clnrin. nati 755 am; except Sunday Train Notes. No 3 runs dally between Lexing runs daily ltweeo ton ami Cincinnati. Nc Cincinnati and Lexington. Nos 1 and 6 make connections at Winr hestet lor points on the N N .V M V" Ky IMPORTANT -- Trains ol this line now arrive at and depart from the Central Union Pasicnger Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, Fast and West Through ticket, and bagcage checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full paiticulars address any agent ot the Co. or W. L MUNSON.Trav Pass. Agt., Cincinnati. S. F. 11. MORSE, Gen'l I'Ass'g'r Agt., Cincinnati, O. U.K. HUNTINGTON, Vice PreVt and GenT Manager. 1 I 35 P m- On theMaylvtlle 8 00, a m and No. o GENERAL l '.ul' OFFICES-hain1 ilduig, Cincinna ., O. POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, f.shermeq and others not to trespass en our lauds without per. mission, as all such willbe prosecuted to the full, est extent of the law Signed: D. V. HOLMES Dr P. W. LOGAN, P1IIL1IERT RICHARDS. JOSH ADAMS JIV VCl$.l&t$n " McKINNKY. .. arvstt r vjrvi i iv .,... IO, JOHN G. LYNN. i uuivlk. itrs. vsuivijHALL. JUb. HALLOU. C. W. A. HAMILTON. THOS. M C. RKVNOLDS. - t , .Vli