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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890091601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xviii. M. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1890. J. OTTLMILIMKR, Xcu Yojk NO. 57 T. B. CARSON, Cincinnati. J. HARRIS, Crab Orchard, Ky HARR IS, OTTENHEMER & C ARSON, ESTATE AGENTS, REAL Dealers in Improved 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 Busin.es.. Parties wishing to dispose of their Lands will do well to communicate with us, giving public that we have formed a Wc beg to inform the We will advertise extensively all lands that are placed in olt hands for sale. full description, price and terms. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Friday night Mr. Charlie Sayers was awaaenvd from sleep by a noise in bis DAI.'VILLE. KKNTl'CKV, --The folk of the V. C. T. L will frout hall, and going to tbe door lie Wm. Wilbnrn, of Madison, and Miss WMTllERFQRD HOTEL. After h few bouts' circulation ftiuont The oldest Collee in the State Classical, SciK . Melda Sweeney were married at Pearson jrlve a ?np)T Mt Collar Hull Friday HVSTONVILLE. entific and Elective Cnmes of Full Fachis Hock tli? M6tor, W. I.. Williumt, bal heard footsteps on the upper btairs. He ulty location he.ilthfm Oymnasium. night next. Sweeney's last night. suiHcient guarantee of futide to dis P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. Neit eMOii hesrins Set t 10. i a KA f.l..... becured the stairway hastily and or further mforiuaticii, .dan i Mr. D. It. Kduiiston will have oburce Jacob Dlsch and Miss Lizile Liochti, V C cull for bids ami Hluiont iu if by roRie covered the form of a man passing out of both il'XG 1) D., I'riilent Havmz Ivnseil the at. le houl.'iefiUed and from Switxerlnud, were married at of tbe Spring property ttntil tbe am prepared to accommodate the pubthe Christian church in covml with the upper hall door on the veranda, but the groom's home near Ottenbelm Fri- lic in a ODtHlt mctIh. stlf R .tei resonulle (joixl by the time Mr. buyers cot to the door, day. tin (shingle. Livery and Sample Rwrni attached Th nlsht orHco hero has beon closed i.vciitHioii ii4 tiw anil tbo riuiiiii the fellow, who was evidently a burular, , mtve The marriage of Mr. John H.Wilson, W . . . . mRui man to ims Lot on Main Street in Stanford had "coouih! it" down one of tbo veran of promise of entertninment by souw of this city, and the lovely Miss Ida Ad-- Hrmjfi 51 Lot it Crab Or FfiP 5i been discontinued, ,rw1 ma . .In itfdlu ii. i.l iiim.Ia iKjKFk l.ti .lortfl.ik lift xomen,efs nun- citiwns wore irraetetible . injsn vt.iiw. t, onion, is announced to Containing i acres. w -- Mr. J. . (Hlkenraii. who whs for im ,, n ,.t ii.' un.iv . and we were creditable reprinted at cou discern whether the vtsitniit ""'a. oil 'i eas Lot, consisting of K WALTOX, Stanford. lastTftn" come early in November. Lexington A Houe and T Acre. a tbo Pulaski fair lust week. Your rport- - wvernl yuiira merchant in CbnttanoosH. was white or back, but says if becomes .Transcript, and known ed at Cril Orchard, Ky ,Irom Depot as thr s routed tbo Jonte building and open- - again he will The house property, one lllock ,u H..niilr .ltnils of th fine cxhlb- u, give hup n jitains ix spacious rooms, one Uttue porch, -- Mrnd Mrs. Wade Walktr celebin-- copen porch and portico, with all neccary one . nut full lino nt familr frcw its, races and excesa of rain and utnd. members welcome. Imrglnrbung has1 Call on D 1). Kdmistou, FARM I.V vsnry of their mar- - Crb Orchard, Ky., r.r addrrs Pmeille, Ky Oorer's livery stable is not closed. SUnURHSOF lOlV.V, 70 ACRES. The protracted liont and wet hnvo or me at bo done in this burr and w caution riaseat their home near Paint Lick Land Kwd; new dwelling hoU!o; ?00j f,arn . J Moet of the stock was bought at the re t I SAMl'EL I1LAIK. M D. i ..,.4u..-.-i- ,i..u. boon productive of "house burning," all necessarr out'.u.ldings, a, ln good "epair. T - Miralay, by giving a .oval feast to ,y Mr. Cutis Uover. who will, n.i r lotion, i.n.i 11.;.. Mr. i.orU.r itoMnaon, ;.ifo aml huliovo tobacco growers term it, and tbu eent sale tl,c',r (.naineM at the same old ttaitd. 1TB "!! cMUnUt of um(oui wero lwn t0 we toss of tolmcco on tlie htick is xbtrnilng. continue Col. T. s. Uronstou, of Uichmond, is .,.,., uiiu u..i. vuu. ms u;,... Mies Jennie Hutcher, daubter of ... UA". . .1. ' .".?' nui.uA. U, has ton acroa of muv Our hustler, Jim Alien, ij tiiia I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somer"senile, Casey County, Ky getting rid of his handsome and accomCharley Hutcber. colored, and a tirtulu iuitnco of Baltimore, arrived t'naa Saturday Denson, set pike, 7 miles from Stanford and am prepared the finest Hurley ever grown in this sec plished daughters pretty rapidly. Week to furnish any kind of LUMBER, SHINGLES, of Rfrefl, bat been engaged to teach to visit her sister, Mrs. Dr. Ferkiti', at I I will sell the tion housed, and at last reports there ate Arc . at LOWEST PRICKS. llif coloiinl school hore this winter. Shu llee I.lck. Mrs. Turner and Miss Mag- before last Miss Lula married Mr. G. G. the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Oie almost a shower of "falling Iwive-j.- " wis I'rewitt, of Mt. Sterling, and last week me a trial. I'estoffice, MAYWOOD, KV. opened iter portals last Monday. gie Patterson, of Gnrrard, who have A good crowd attended the adrertis v A. U. HASTI.V. 4jMiss Mattie Mr. Curt id Uover has another heir In the corporate I.mitt cf ed bale of bouse and household eU'eX'tti, lon visiting Mrs. J. 11. Stephens, have of Chicago. became Mrs. Dr. J. G.Davis, Rowland. at his house, this time a bouncing returned home. Mr. Peyton King, of Mock, etc., by Hilly Williams, Saturday ? DARST, Rowland. While in Virginia recently we bad FAS!! FOR SALE AT and ils proud father says that its ISnrhotirville, is in town. Messrs. Bruce afrornooii. Jim tioode.auutioiieer, olnbyard-ide tlemocrat. Moth" Hansford and Steve Kstos, who have for our solitary companion iu a stage to an orated the value of tbo house and sur Oti 3 ount of l ntinut ' ad htM.th, t Jeirc to Cold Milphur Springs, a dark complex- er and little one both doinK well. . t .r n ii ...i been realizing some of Middlosboro's LindinsH In bia inimitably facetious lOIied, p!ettant VOIIIlg mail. MT. VERNON, KY. e SOOU Und at a bargain, in a hi.e si .te ol ferulit Would -"- Amu An lVnnlnj:ton, a highly visiting their home folks. I.U biddeia. prosperity, are sty but failtnl to convince Loia'tlon one aell ioo ncres with improvements J.OI lOIWHIU., WUIII 110 lOltl US lip was mlleioll,hul stant.-rdThis old and w Hotel;!- - .till maintain and the l.iying of the farm ihihk Alice Hethuruui, one of ami after kuocki .. otl tbe residence and .... ... nam. itliu Culnr Crottk tiihlmrtirml. iliod Miss preftv school inarms, is tlio Rockcas- the Jiastor Of the Middlesltoro I'resbvte inptrl.. There .re .i all ..ftheduelling ot live- in? its fine reputation. Charjes reasonable. nctsary im-i. " guest of . tle's fr.t nc at i,ouo to imir proveinents. ini.lu'lm appurtenance attention to the Ra elinj public. PhUrCll ailtl that lllS Iiamo was Hen- - rooms and h.M, Ui.e ..j.ement barn, and all Miss Addie Herrou. Misa I.itzie Gorin-ley- , nail day be; declared a, tpo..emet M. P .VEWCOJin, Prop., "r fjriher information, apply to rv .Miner, iil lirovml n most agreenuit D,lllllln8,new ft MMltiiw nwi eu vrt tiiv a vitiuiihwiio sis S3'lr one of C. O.'s best known young la uoui. kalistek, btauiord 4Mm Mt. Vernon, Ky, fore otferinj; the remainder of the ef companion notii on tlie rule ami alter- the days of serfdom. C. I.. dia", ia visiting in Lexington. fectf. wards at Cold Sulphur, whore he staid TT" as tlAtifviami at,il l'ff. As we hare been IFOIRi it l?Al.inanH The outor walls of Huston villo are some time for the benefit of bis health. rumored, in tbe hilly parts, betU-l-Mm., Mrs. r. M. kohii, Miss Dorn and... with Sitretcbea of it's j;orj;eiualy decomleil Not while there did we see him speak to We ofter for sale prnately Oiir fjrm known as a " want to sell our Farm privately It has 106 known as the knobe, we will say, by mile from the nrtiafs canvaa. Hilly Williams with war of information to our friends, that Master Allert Kohn, of Montgomery, a young lady and wo more than once the Ueorp Andrsn pUce, (Or.Uimoi 43 acres,, Hubble f I",:""..?. and Ilea near on the Libert) pike, -- K" n or auurejs us " " A In., aie at tbe Harris house to spend a ' at good duelling of 0 r j. n ami well watered. Call Hubble, Ky. and marking pot in moat seduc-tt- e i.ruSi he was letting the golden en or address us at Htisunxiile, Ky that are plenty of chetnuW, 'nossiime portion of the Iwuuttful autumnal aea ;m ,7 bv phraseology jtersuatlea purcbaaera there JiEJt52AME4vEFEE. JOH.V ELLIS. moments like sunbeams pass him are trettin- - (nt and tbe acorn maai was son. . . MARY ELLIS . and her good- ti.ut Now is the time and heie the place never finer. ' "ot t0 nnx ,uoro "'! the fascinating Iwy are at her father looking HOUSE, to K'f' your money Iwck in purchase of , creatures. A confiriniHl old bache or Mr. John M. ilifwins bad rented tbe Capt. K Miss Maggie Dillion s. etc." The show window and F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, dr place vacated br Dr. H. V. Keller, and Buchanan has rturneti to Llmwootl. "'as the way wo classed him, but it tceiiib Hi.le walk displays of beautiful soods and London, - moved his family thither. Mr. Ixnis Mi. George Wooding, the popular"nigbt that he was not as much afraid of the I desire to sell my farm of about 130 acres, situKentucky. aotoiiiihint; prtee cards are supteative of woirTon as he appeared, for he surprised ated abcut lii miles north of Stanford on the Warren and family, of Itowlaud, have man" t the depot, left for Hlizabeth-tow- n inae moved tomy Hush K ranch ptte, opposite the old church. There irepar.d than ever to nw Hotelland am bptier a city retail thorontthuire, and your his congregation the other dav bv arc about 50 acres ln wrtc.it and rye; the balance L.eoa taken a pait of the old German hotel Friday morning to the regret of illg y con'eniencede: Kphrabam omphaaisea '.he declaration in timothy them invitations tO lllS marriage tO ' of the farm well et kitchen and Good dwaians sired. Gic me a call. Mr. and are cosily domiciled there. of four rooms and a splendid ucw severtd love enthralleil damsels here- II 77 that he is not a transient. FKAN'K KILEY. e extend Oil!- lteartl barn; is v. all watered and fenced. Possession can lrglllia Iadv. Wairen has opened a batcher fchop in abouts. Mr. John Newland, Stanford's immediately. For The gloomy eathvr caeta no lamp est congratulations and hope he and be siven Stanford, or write particulars, seu J. P. lMiley, the nndcrsizned at Own. C A. BENEDICTS CO., tried and true marshal, is here visiting over our town. The auhutban stand-byE. WITHERS. Cincinnati, Ohio. Our ieopte need not send to Shaker-tow- n his sister, Mrs. J. H. Bailey. He looks a his bride will always be very happy. rogularly and promptly, and worWell Drillers & Pump Adjusters, rejwrt now to get their brooms. Mr. little thin, after his tough struggle with .A SPLENDID ry outburst beard alwre the ralnV rotir FARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. A Sons have set up a Teeters' bullet, but Is now out of danger Charles Savers TAXFOUD, KY. oil awnings are unmistakable evidences broom factory in the obi public school A ffiUUH FA&H Stock hogs are selling in Madison at WMBffiBnS ML and will be at the hoels of transgressors Jim Taylor, Jim Pam factory price,? ' to the initiated that " building aud turning out some again before "big" court convenes, we'll $4 per huudred. AT PRIVATE SALE Goodeand John Drje are still charita- 'sweepers" tliataie please the most will Kd Jones sold to John Tewmey, of Mis-.e- s wager. Lu'.utuartand Bettie bly exerting themselves to enteitain To close a partnership e oift-- at pm ..te salt ojr wife, and make the "botisO gal" are visiting Miss Laura Benaley, of Boyle, 4 mule colts at $i'0. I'armol eomo bucolic friend, w bo awaita a gleam grin from elbow to cowlick. Five thoroughbred red Herksbiie Stanford. between show era before fleeing the noie Wo overheard tbo followlngdialogue boars for sale. S. L. Withers. Nearly Five Hundred Acres, work f";ePrea ,u b0" wHs and will do the and hilarity of a great place, ami even recently: Young lady dresied iu bright L'HURCH AFFAIRS. in a manner and promptly A. T. Nuunelley sold to T. L. Lillard Near Mooresi ille, WaOntiuton county. reassurances of quietude and with all the At One Dollar a Foot. nil costume, entering church New n bunch of cattle at 3J. Hew W. Y. Sheppard will preach at dominion, is still unable to figure out This Farm is situated on the turnpike leading Call on or address meat it..ntord. KentucU. Trencher (to voting nun near him) L. L. Dawson sold to H. 13. and K. from Mooreswllc to Chaplin and is about to miles the College chapel L. T SMITH. be or that other fellow was tbe whether from IlloomHeld, 5 miles 7 miles from "Does that sister belong to this church?" P. Woods a mare mule colt for ?100. W. Yancey, late of LancasKlder U. from Valley Hill, a depot on the railroad between of the joko. butt Young man (rather coiiiKsedIy)-"Gue- ss Daniel Holmau sold to M. N. Cum Ilaruttown and Springfield, and about an hour's Cashier J. Wes Uocker has so far so, don't she look like she's beiu 'wash ter, is holding a revival at Cynthiana run from Louisville. I here is on the harm a uood mins a pair of work mules for $200, cotnliHtable house of j rooms. tne mam buildiiii; with 5S additions to last accounts. tegaincd bis health a9 to put in a day at ed I? nf ur. d. rv. a bnk, Iwnnj burned a year or io aso and all iu the blood of the Unib." " liwcuwsiur uou-.u- i j. i..1..1 building. Klder H. F. Taylor closed a meeting tbe desk and June was able to closo Fri .: ... 1.1 t ... i. ".:.: :" ju. f,rm i". imokccoi....tinl 7. of tBi,i.. E. H. BURNSIDE, nouic, uuggy nouse. gUHIlilg lor corn cno, xtanmiy, vii i iili.vrsiiiue Mr. Thomas W. Napier, of May wocd, lost Saturday at Deep Creek, Mercer at the usual hour, the flrst time proprietor poultry houe and yard and two lare tobacco day last Frod McCluie, county, with i") additions to the church. S1S0. and his brother-in-law- , barns. A rood portion ot this land is in blue in so long that "Imnking hours" bad A. T. Ntinnolley thought of A. F. grass, timothy and cloer and has a bcuntiiul sup- Hiatt farm, near Danville Advocate. water, in tne ceased to be a feature in tbe manage have touted tbe Armp in Moberly 80 head of 200 pound llOgS nt Iy " pastures ind field.;wen uisinouieu is in a No Hotel us Kentucky has 1 better reputation, aifTereni and the whole and town and will take possession some time picbeproprietor is determintd that There will be a Sunday-Schoo- l good state ot cultivation In snort, It is a highly ment of our financial institution. It 3.25. shall be maintained. Hiatt, familiarly nic at Coffey's Mr. productive Farm, which the crops of grants, e this month. Tuesday, to furnish something John Hill bought of Burns & Hunu, gram and tobacco grown on it early attest. It is hooves Stanford "Neighlwr," will remove with Sept. :0th. A big dinner will bo served 12 county an early day in the way of known as steers and heifers at 2 an incontrovertible tact thit Washington cheaper He has recently adied to its appointments lands hute been selling 15 to 30 per cent, He is, like old and evervbody is invited. class comedy, as Wesl8 his spouse to Uurrard. any other part of cents. thau lands of a like character minstrelsy or first the State, And tins has undoubtedly been due to King Cole, a merry old soul, and we wish LexThe Methodist Conference at John F. Cash delivered the contract still a valetudinarian and Dr. Hrown nasneen luck and leisure, and a "cup o' good ington, is progressing pleasantly and hogs, I car load, 2S0 pounds, to Bums k ine tact iiiatine county tvo years. witnout rauroau facilities, until the past Also No county in much in need of an evening's him is very the State raises finer horses, cattle, s.ick" (as Falstnll says) wherever be prolltubly. First-Clas- s There are lbO ministers Hunu at 4 cents. Livery grain or tobacco. Our Mle rcasoi for ottering to A diversion, after having boon so persist to light. U. A. Lackey sold to Gus McCor-mac- k sell this farm is to close our partnership, and to a To accommodate the demands of his ently disturbed in the regularity of his may chance T. Cbadwick, accompanied present. Hev.T. J. Godbey is on the increased man wanting goou lanu, wen located, at a low Mr. J. an extra good mule colt at $100 price aim on good terms, we will sell the cheapest transient patronage. Best Turnouts furnished committee on education. The list of ap(.ommercial Travelers and others. meals and siestas. farm in Kentucky No use to go West, and you'll Friday and and a horse colt at $47.50. -- We sympathize with Old Hrin in the by his wife visit sou Johnnie, lefthome iu pointments will likely be read say so, when vu see this land. To parties who might want this land we will say that it is suscepto his boyhood night for a Twenty-eigh- t tine Hereford cattle tible of division and we will self to comparative failure of her staple crop, suit purchaser. Dr. Talinage has secured tbo money ! Tazewell, Tenn. For fully 12 years has brought $5.10 iu Chicago last week. A Call on us on the place or address us at and that sympathy is universal hereafor his new tabernacle at Urooklyu aud Ky. A C .V JOHN TAYLOR lot of 1,544 pound beeves brought $5. investigations and Mr. Cbadwick been a resident of C. 0., bout, for John Drye's I will pay a Reward of Fifty Dollar for informa here au utikiiown and friendless work will begin at once. He insured his "Walker & Turley weighed up a lot of tton on conwction of any unauthorized person compilation of local statistics warrant coming life for fJo.OOO and used the policy as 55 Blue-G-rassFa- ra cattle that pulled the beam Irish potatoes boy; but with nerve, euergy and push in the announcement that Found Cutting Timber or Damwhich noble qualities, inthecourso collateral, while Hussell Sago avdauces nt 1,225 pounds. Hicbmond Hegister. "are all small, but few in tbe bill." The him, stay, developing more and mare aging- any Improvements for oue year at 0 per cent. The 3TOI4 SALK of his A. T. Nuunelley bought last wetk On the follow in; property luxuriant growth of the sweet potato ground, which cost 5100,000 has been in the East End, 2 have raised him from au humble posiThe farms at Highland known as V A of 200db. Wishiux' to iut 'farming, I will offer for sale on vine is largely delusive to the exploier lim Hutchuon's, oeorge liatigh's, Ilasun Cash's, fully paid for. Tbo entire cost of the hogs at 3 to o cents. the iinmi.es, on Heirs' to one of prominence and atllucnce. He will ship H. P,v ou,"ff' lS- 0ll"8' " acre place, W. and never more so to your anxious tion building, its site, organ and equipments them to Cincinnati m. Long's. Oct. truck has received He will be absent about three weeks. 1890, At Cox's Gap V.. Hutchuen's 4oacrefarm, scribe. Other garden A good audience, representing the will bo JoOj.000. Tbu government's report that there f i nnn aw mnvA hreeman and R. E.IIarren's tnnbertracts onlluck m firm in f IiikhIh rt n late impetus and beans, tomatoes, cab, . .., IllUie iisj nil lit fit ulllkWill uwt Creek, 307 acres, Jolin Turnbulis, 317 acres, John tit IV vegetables of inferior rank are beauty, chivalry and brains of town, Notwithstanding the rain a fair Was a falling Oil Of 10,000,000 bllShels Of situated , near the Danville .V Hustouville turn Buchanan's, 303 acres, M. J. Harris', 00 acres, 11. bages and pike 3 imios Irom bftely city, ana containing ! .""I". waited on Prof. Smith at tbo Baptist John Anderson's, 14 ,0.,aes acres, Freeman's, Soo acres, W ash Harris' crowd attended the sale of J. F. aud Cur- wheat, sent wheat up 4 cents a bushel literally spreading themselves. The JI7 acres, crop gives church, Saturday night, and listened at tis Uover at Crab Orchard aud satisfacto and com correspondingly at Chicago. Sh," !'?" ' arm, Hryant About Acres. 'a".Ps?n condition of the corn farm, .Joel Petrey'i farm, A. Oich's larm, lecture on"Kdu his tentively to D. J. & Monte Fox bought of Van- I can say without h .itation that this is natural.9m, "1 ry prices were realised. Horses brought " MHlerS Urm. on HenryRidge-60- acres, Hen-rrise to much solicitude, for an early frost brim-fuUl,u '" "? of truth, oo acres, 1 .Millers, 44a acres, bay mare b .UK ! iabeen ,'e8,boJ,e,Sffor damage what now promis- cation," which was $(S0 to $125; yearling cattle 3 cents; arsdall, of Mercer, from would greatly 10 year., is in con- - Stephen Ilurch's, "nuraed 5i acres, D. 11. Edmiston's atl hains sense and practical philosophy, seasoned 15; wheat 75 cents; corn in by Abdallall .Mltmbrino, for ?o00. r. T. dition to produce the heaie.t of cero--l crops. tract, strode House, Cottaie near depot at Crab phenoininal yield. Indications are es a capacity is unsurpa.seu Orchard, Hotel, Cottage and Storehouse at Otteu- while its and there with chunks of racy huThe harness, saddles and Logan sohl to Lea Hudson " pair Ol .a zencrallv known a such in the neighbor - hcun field ?1.()0. J OllLNHKIMF.K. that there will be a greatly inci eased nv here His e i"aftm was "Train the hood. Thire are but 30. acre now under cultiAgent for Owners. Danville Advocate mules for .. 1.1. . .. .k... l.drtnA. .11 eraco of wheat next year. It has not mor. .....n.k.. other fixtures brought good prices. . 11. lmylor bought Of (jr. C. Ken of our spoliators or child to think for itsolf;" that is, give it lnd clo.er Is well watered by creek and transpired that any The first snow of the season, six has . et ortrt K..rr..lu nl.l i ., ...il. a practical education that trill enable it - . failius tprtHgs. 18The fencimr everyall been re as " "'" months jud held an. wlthlB ,fj Uist capitalists have profited bv gambling in inches deep at that, fell at Fort Assiua-boin- ""'J """ """- - "" bOUgllt tWO car loads from SOtUe lure has water in it. lhcdwellme is a modrrn to carry out Hare Hen Jonson's maxim: Montana, Friday, and tbo mercury He also wheat futures, as we hearu nt neignuor 'Ja Sf tf ' s ttr t rf'i " ftjCv'A two story irame of S rooms, with hall, pai l' got money, or in front porche. ....dl. me. ;.... Ia.i'iio vim tlio ltl'III j.uiiiaiiiiiii "Gut money, boy, went nsvay down. Snow is also reported Upper Cuinard parties at 2.25 f. O. b. drv cellar rooms anu li arc two Ur,t t.ster I lure e words, make a living. He Kentucky Central. Lancaster Record. st Octopus no longer ba.s an allectionate other .t.lili and hed room fiT Co h,i.l of atock. n. in Minnesota and South Dakota. At of tonchiiiK history, method Wi W. II. Johnson, of Jackson, closed a cais. wheat bin. tool shop, p.niitr j Inteil his encircling thiB people. I'iorre, in tbo latter State, the change . . ,, , erib., carriage she. meat house, tw reading, nrlthumetic and other import UIICO fr t, yesterday for pit, icorn ood orchatds aud ecr vanetyol from hot to cold w.is tbo most sudden 112 acres of laud on tlii omorset iiitr.t at tenant house f 5 or room. 1'ubbc school...1 Wayne ant branches, which is that of the most ever known. . -l- ion. Cosby Oats, a lino a,d ..huhei and milU convenient of a.. . an of m t. , approved and progressive educators. Wo At uw last week. county uentlcman, died a row at a religious revival iu 5 10., It is well improved and .Mr. John- - ccnsistlui;wot time win aio mi In t cattle, miU ". and Land and Improve- have sanguino hopes that under Prof. Ikeathitt county, a man named Mcin- bOUS family Will UlOVO to It III .Novum- - aud butcher stuff; also my entire dfe CO., The Somerset management and the tutilage of ber. HERD OF POLLED ANGUS CATTLE ment Co., begins their second publicsolo Smith's tosh killed Andy Palmer with his WinThe Harrodsbllrg Democrat sn'S Thinv head, from Med ammaU down t.. suck its able corps of trustees, the high school HUSTON1LLd3, KY. of town lots Sept. 2.1. after hu had snapped twice at WlltailS Sellint- - Ultro nt SO tents, IW lings. They are ,,dai.is." and no mistake. One .addle gelding ; here will regain its prestige, ami become chester otk Frederick Von Eye, of Louisville, a a pistol. hogs sold at :5J for Dtic. delivery, bever- saddle marc by Second Jewel; a yearling stud Arestilllnthebuslnessa.il ready to do anycornucopia of learning in our commu- him with with colts a choice bn.oil a full wealthy grocerymau, attempted suicide a The N. Y. Central strike has ended id lots of shipping hogs at 3 to 3.40 and colts by Hamlet: Imp. Louden; jmarc mule colts ; thing iu the Undertaking line. i V hare Robe stock of Cases and Caskets ol good kinds and by llathtbrdand nity, disseminating anions its youths of every description Mr. 150 ewes at 4 to $4.50. Cane Our hearse, which ia Dearly by the ''rope route," but was discovered head of stock hogs, all the crops, fanning a row among tho strikers. raisers nre ij new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. jf that which all sensible peoplo regard as with refused to review the grievance lot ef plunder. exDepow Green has charge of cur business and will show aud cut down just before lifo was Ol sale. Tertui liberal und made kiajwn necessity in business, a solaco in soli saying that tiie nutter had been fully are busy making molasses. From 3 to G Cspt. T. D. English,. uca.ue.r.on caused a our goods to any one oeedinir anything in our tinct. Sickness and despondency per acre Is a fair yield. . barrels J. V iIIELUV. 64.U disposed of. tude aud an ornament in society. the rash act. HUSTONVILLE. CRAB ORCHARD. act-ende- -- OLD- eon 1 firt-cl- i f - 1 .... i3-t- TCB, SALS? io w -- -- long-to-be-r- 1 11 , t,,eh .' Sla-vi- ni - for sale: -- to ' W &JLV7 MILL, lum-ber- N 55-- 4t r''"" For Salo Jwell-knocult-iatio: -i Twenty Building lols all-wo- mm . NEWCOMB HOTEL. Spe-c- I . i"s"' of) "ZriiLl:Z r ", ,""-- ",', , ' ' i ARM SALS. lluston-M'le- FAH1VC t- -- FOB SXE . ! ,,.,,. ' ,?,,,., 33- - l ' tf vh. i i Farm For Sal. THE RILEY ;, ; - "? " .- H if. ma h fae-tidio- Mc-Fa- ll btex,!. ,u BOB.xisra. t. Sprinj-fitl- d, -- ,.,. THE MYERSJOUSE 11 . never-wiuii- j; bchool-hous- 111 blue-gras- s, Pool and Billiard'Parlors Stable -- Moores-Mil- e. $50 H3SWARP A car-loa- to-da- Wednesday, kts-is-- - i, Ter-ry'- s, sue-cule- ' ir 300 'r"' - G'-- Je 0 y ll key-not- .....-..- e, ,.., . i 1 I ! wash-roo- -- I venti-tentacl- . - '. ' h, u. 1 . . 1 J. T. STJTTOIT , ; . - ,!,. utcn-Silsan- td . iK , . YM . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal MIDDLESBOROUGH. i & m WRY IK .j . I established represent a and that the buildings complete Sept. 12. The anSanford, Ky., SEiTEMiir.n 16, 1S30 MmnLKsiMiiioi-tiir- , or in course of construction, and the cients used to be satisfied to see Naples manufacturing plants are estimated at and die. I have seen at last a much S4,lt3,700. There are four banks with a P. more important place, but I am not capital of $1,000,000 aud deposits of ready to give up tho ghost by any means. $770,000 and numerous building, land The sight of this bustling, enterprising, and loan companies representing many DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Goods, Shoes, is Magic City has given me even a greaterde-s- i more millions. Already two important rcr Congrtss, re to live that I may see the realization railroads are completed and half a doion of the greatness which its location and others aro pointing this way aud pressing its resources indicate. Accepting tho forward to participate in tho trallie that invitation of the Middlesborouch Town is already immense. Among the large The fight for the republican nomina- Co., in conjunction with the Daily News establishments that are approaching to best. best busibe their guests, I boarded the special completion is the Boston Iron Works, tion for Congress in the 11th is growing ness. been. rlmn with. n. ntVnvi.nd hotter nud hotter. The chances are that train of Fullman palaces at 1 a. m., which requires 10 acres of land to hold goods, Ihn.l.sihv- Finley will be nominated, the more's the Thursday, after being awakened by the it and which cost $750 an acre; the Basic be pity, though we learn that there are sweet strains of a serenade from a party Steel Works, the largest tannery in the enough republicans in his own county to of pretty girls and lively boys, and was world, planing mills, brick works, furnigoods. Clever to we been so give its vote to another, if they were not soon shaking hands with those of the ture establishments and so on, embracafraid of him and couM secure a good quill drivers who had not yet retired. ing nearly every kind of manufactory. best goods. We of man to lead the bolt. There is great bitThe train ai lived at its destination It is estimated that these establishments be choice to terness between Finley and Wilson and promptly on time and tho waiting dum- will employ 7,(SS men, each of whom We to each charges the other with being a con- my line soon had the party at the foot of will represent a family of four persons be h temptible imbecile. Wilson claims that the beautiful hill on which the at least, which with the rapidly growing candidacy of both Trimble and the magnificent monuthe stands, a resident population will make tho aggreLittle lied Hog are in the interest of Fin- ment to its owners. It is readied by gate 10.000 souls within IS months. To ley. Col. Silas Adams, who passed up well graded walks and lovely terraces t those who have not been here, theseseem to Williamsburg Saturday to speak yes- and the height is attained before you $-to be extravagant figures, but a visit and terday, and Judge Vincent Doreingseem realize it. Tho register soon showed inspection of the various enterprises and to be sawing wood and saying nothing that about 70 papers were represented their backing will change almost any that will antagonize the following of any either by the editor or proxy and that doubting Thomas into a firm believer. I J of the other candidates. Either would the ladies of the party numbered some acknowledge I am a convert and that good, make a capital solution of the vexed '20 or :50 more. All were soon seated in henceforth instead of railing on the gooa hmitwf. mil- we fear the splendid dining hall and doing am- that question of a nomination, but outside, I shall be found in the amen .1 evci "! call. He is a born ple justice to as good a breakfast as can that Finley has the corner of tho synagogue. one of lighter and manv of his followers do so be gotten anywhere. ice easton. There is no section of this broad land from fear of his power. While this is reception commit- so highly favored withininemlaud other 14 At 9:30 o'clock tho To we none of our fight, we are not like the wo- tee ecoted the party to the Opera resources. Nature seems to have been we no, to is, of a House, where feeling addresses of welman who said, when her husband and in a most prodigal mood with it, for rich we can. we hear engaged in a fearful combat, "This come were made by Mayor John M. iron ore and fine coking coal lie in close We to we I ever saw that I did not Brooks, on the part of the city, and by be don is the tirst tight proximity, making it almost absolutely , . care who wins," but hope that either Col. Alex A. Arthur in behalf of the .mmvi, u. ui.ii. n i if w I i certain that iron aud its products cm bu Adams, Boreing or. Wilson will lay Fin- Town Co , which were appropriately " Good. Close manufactured here cheaper than any of ley in his political grave. responded to by President Urey Wood- other place in the world. Then there is .11. SAUNGI-K- , Main Street; Stanford, Ky, son of the K. I A. and by Col. John O. The large army of men and boys who Hodges, of the Lexington Trades Jour stonp for the manufacture of paints in hoped to suck pap at the public expense nal, the latter taking the place of Col. vast supply, lead ore, clay for flro brick, tiling, Ac, cement rock, lead ore, sund. during the meeting of the constitutional E. Polk Johnson, who was detained at stone and nutrhlo in pink, mottled and Journal, her pretty sister, Mis Julia convention, was doomed to disappoint- home. Hon. Russell A. Alger, of Michibrown, while hard woods of numerous Higbee, the louisville Tiuws. the Wool-forment, for the committee on rules decided gan, late Comman.ler-in-Chie- f of the Sun by Mis Susie MrLe.nl, a tall to set the extravagant legislatures an Cirnnd Army of the Republic, and a varieties abound on every bund. With all tlii natural richness aud with an and dashing beauty; while the Piiiu-tftoof subordinate example in tho matter prominent candidato for the presidency, employes. Only tive pages are to be who hail come to Middlesborough to Arthur and the millions that he can Banner was honored by Mias Nirhola. Having secured the services of were Mrs. W. engaged and they are to get but S"J a day investigate and invest, was introduced command, can any snno man doubt that Among tho niarriwl Indies within a few years Middlesborouch will M IWknorand Mrs. Fannie Martin, of was allowed to The sergeant-at-aim- s and made a pointed and telling little M. Sralih, of employ a cloak room keeper also at S2 speech, which captured the boys at once be a magnitlceut metropolis of manufac- Winchester, Mrs. Tliomas I .1:11 now hilly ljuisnlle, Mrs. D. Estill, of OwijsviII. prepared to do tories and other industries? and the librarian's porter was required ami mad- friends of them all. Col. T. H. It is nowadmitUd, even by some of and the very attractive wife of our honEach memto do the work of janitor. Arnold then stated the lurther pro- thu lowers, that the fire of last Mny ored prefeidfiit. I'rey Woodson. ber was allowed $'2o for stationery and gramme that had been arranged, which which swept so many buildings from no piovision is made for the furnishing closed and then the Cumberland avenue, was a blessing in the Thk House devoted Saturday to euloof newspapers free to the body. We be editors were each introduced to the gen disguise. While many of the houses gies of Senator Beck, which was particlieve in economy iu nil things, but there eral, wtio is a fine gentloman and bears AND Congressmen Breckinridge, wore quite imposing, none weie of a ipated in by is Such a thing as saving at the spile Onr his honors with an easy grace and be- vory substantial or costly nature, but McCreary, Stone. Caruth and others. while the bung is permitted to stay wide coming dignity. as usual, made a splenthose that are rapidly taking their places representative, open. So far much time has been lost a lack of spare alone as the After dinner, or rather lunch, ell'ort, which are either of brick or stone and many did jn the discussion of trivial matters and midday meal is called at tho All work warranted and promptly done. reproducing. credit to Fourth Street prevent us from of them would do numerous members have shown a dispothe regular dinner not being either of Cincinnati or Ixmisville. Sevsition to talk too 'much with their Most of the members say tho convenserved tillsix, a trip on the Belt railroad eral thousands of laborers of all classes mouths. tion will get through in 00 dnya. Wo was taken. It completely encircles the are receiving liberal compensation for to wager Tillman, the farmers' candidate, cap- city and is about 11 miles in length, and their work and the Mjone is ono of he have $15 in our inside pocket find the lody still in that Christmas will tured the South Carolina democratic con- the journey was a continual series of most wonderful activity. Everybody is session. There are too many fellows who -vention, after the mostlbitter and excit- surprises to the visitors, who were on the go with no room in the hive for love to listen to their own chin music ing fight ever had in tho State, and he amazed to see the many great undertakdrones or croakers. too well to get thiongh sooner. .t, and a full ticket of his following were ings either complete or in progress. No I might continue this letter on this reaf- one can visit the city without boing imnominated. The platform-adopteHon. G. It. Kki.i.rk's tale of woe in subject almost indefinitely, but for the firms the principles of the democratic pressed with its present and prospective might the Carlisle Mercury explaining his deV fear that some of my readers party, both National and State, particu- greatness. A great deal has been writthink I am getting reckless. I am not. feat for assistant clerk in the con. eon. larly favoring the free and unlimited ten and said of the place, which has alhowever. The words I write are of is one of tho best things he overwrote. Is Receiving His coinage of silver and the repeal of the most sprung up in a day, but ono will and soberness as he who vt in- It is in good taste, anil while he evidentinternal revenue system; (denounces the realize before he is there many hours truth indulges vestigate will find. The visit wvs o.e of ly feels the chagrin of defeat, ho McKinley tartir bill and the Lodge elec- that the half has not been told and cease revelation to moot of the pun ..nd was in no personalities tion bill; condemns the action of Speaker to wonder that lots sell at $110 a front heartily onjoyed by all Tne Middles-boroug- h Reed; demands the enactment of laws foot. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give him a people, with tnoir other good call. The place has every natural advantage which will remove the burdens of capital entertainers and 20 qualities, aro The convention has agreed on the people; demands 'the abolition of to make it increase and multiply in addithink nothing they have is too standing committees with from 3 to i:i National Banks and tho passage of sueh tion to the almost unl'mited capital of seem to LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT, good for their visitors. They treated us members. laws as will prevent dealing in futures the English company, which is backing genial Tom Arnold up r i&;i, n It is said that President C. M. Clay The undcrttneit wilt rrnt f r the it, and which is managed with skill and royally and from and will place a tax on incomes. or down I return my heartiust thanks. in playing a strong hand for thu govern- train Mill.'.:. ille Ky llicirni iinhncihf pluck by Arthur, Brooks and their coprtvile.-- ..J ihi Apil to The cupidity of the human family and workers. Last February when I heard NOTK8. orship on the Farmers Alliance tiaket. Mi. NANC V IKNKIN'S l LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLe. satisHinvi'lr, Ky the burning desire to make something President Joe Sandifer, of the Middles-borougMr. Ramsey, of Uurel, id not The Barbourvillo Kid Band, composed out of nothing, continues to make suck a resoluBank ofier to wager that lots of boys from 5 to 17 years of age, mado fied with his seat, so he oll'end RAILROAD. era of nianywrf them. Some one with would sell on Cumberland Avenue in music for the party and received on all tion to draw lots for them after members h (.rp. an investigating turn of mind iiuds that less than IS months for i?l,000 a foot, I tabled V dctire to irll mvjly our Farm of j o sides the praises they deserved. They over ';; had choosed, but it "f Aero, with hn impromcata, including bmk within the last year there have been re- mentally put him down as a harmless 1.1 to 11. are indeed real musical prodigies. dwelling and good oulhoutm It it cnirjllv lo THROUGH TRUNK LINE- ported 4G cases of swindling bv confi- lunatic, who had let his alcd between SUnfnnl, Imcatur and Danville Mr. Biirnain a haste to make politicnot otherwise enthusiasm Among tho r lllr and ill half mile of llubbfe liond notKhhorhuod. dence men, who got from S1,000 to run oil with his judgment, but I beg his mentioned were James W. Hopper, of al capital for himself by moving to schools and hiirrhemuar hv. II AJ.SWOI'i:, MubMe.Ky from each of their victims, making a pardon. I am inclined to think j Young E. Allison, strike out the slavery portion of the conthat the Couiier-Journagrand total of .?H)9,77.,i of good money way myself since I have in tin: estiWith been here. of the Insuiauco Herald, J. G.Craddock, stitution, rather lowers him that went this way. It is a good rule ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE At night the editorial party and about Benjamin Harrison, J. D. Babbage, Dr. mation of his admirers in tho democratnever to bet on another man's trick or 50 others sat down to one of the most G2 Of a (.COD I.ITTl.r FARM G. F. Henry, George A. Lewis, James ic paity. It was a vory small otlort foi bite at propositions that seem to indicate elaborate banquets ever spread in Ken- Maret, Freuch Tipton, Harry McCarty, an alleged big man. At AilminiMrstor Willi the vill annexed of the Louisville certain wealth for you. The old way of tucky. There were a dozen or more The first week of the convention ctute of JMcph I'af, deid , will on John W. Fowling, MVlIenry Rhoads and To Nashville, making money may be slow, but its a tempting courses, washed ended with but little done, except to down by sher- so on, too numerous to mention. Memphis, long ways surer than beating u conf- ry, claret and champagne of 27, 1890, Col. T. H. Arnold, the indefatigable adopt a code of rules and fix the numthe finest Atlanta, idence man at his own game. Middlesborough NewB, was ber and character of the committees. An At the late rr.iilcnrc g Jmunli Page, deed , about vintage, and served by a corps of train- editor of the miltt wuth of lluatenville, Ky.. '! Montgomery, Wednesday was carried .tuition to the highest bidder the Fu i, ai public Wyoming had ed waiters brought especially for the untiring in his efibrts to make tho party adjournment till The first news that about 60 Acioa of I .a ml, on wh.ih lottiHur Little Rock, par in order to give the president time to livei at :hu tiniiiol hi. death The .m. it iiua probably gone democratic was not by purpose from Louisville. Senator M. C. have a good time, and tho boys iu Mobile and New Orleans. tea en the won tide of the Midtllttbi i nice and Alford was toast master and all along tial recognition of his work, presented make up tho committees. any means confirmed by the later dishat on it u nimfoitable lwcllinx hou ..nd oth r water set Tho committee to settle the Wash- improvement.. Newport News &Miss.Vallev Go patches. The republicans elect their demonstrated his peculiar fitness for it. him with a handsome silver lermt. umbrella, which were ington county contest between W. ('. stalliin.nl-- , due in ' andjli, l.alame - , ,unl in uhwntln, State ticket and the Legislature by a Capt. Brooks responded to the toast anil a n.if.it Only one change to points in McChord and John W. Lewis was ob- from datr of p ..,, " delivered by II. A. Sommers. of good majority, and defeat Senator Beck's "MiddIesborough,"Col. Hodges to I'D'ii1 ,iveli Ja i.tj'i.m M HY1 News, in a happy speech, tained by lot and strange to say, with Gen. Alger to "Our Guests," M ll son by more than 1,500. It was foolish & Adm'ruithwil nnir t J f Jo ,' feelingly respond- but a handful of republicans in the body, to expect anything else. The rotten Col. Arthur to "Eastern Kentucky En- to which Col. Arnold nine, of EMIGRANTS borough would never have been admit- terprises," Capt. Rule, of Tennessee, to ed. Ho certainly deserved some token four of them show iu the list Seeking homes on the line of this road will "The Press" aud Col. Arnold to the "In- of the appreciation in which he is held W. H.Miller is among the majority of! ted to Statehood if it had not been setleceive Special rales. oratory was by every one who came within tho scope tho committee; C F. Burnani, a republi- " tled in advance that she was to furnish dies," and the """!"" ,hl Co.ny for rate., routes A o two republican Senators and a Congress- much enjoyed. It was past 12 when ot his many kindnesses. As good a can, is chairman. C. r.VI.MOHF. n. I'. T. A.. the happy banqueters arose. Then tho speaker as he is a writer and being of man. ouitville, Ky Baltimore Iihh had a kIiU of oysters room was cleared aud dancing enjoyed fine address, he is certain to become ono COlsSUrflPTIQN lately and vessels carried back their The Covington Commonwealth's ob- by tho young set till nearly 4 a. m. of the more famous of tho Kentucky edSCHOl Uf-- A HBt viK'riTTp'.apinnisiBawKca.'i cargoes to be dumped overboard until jection to the adoption of the Virginia Tho rain which had fallen at intervals itors. BRONC !!T!S t torn : cooler weather. court system is that the present all the first day, came down eoun'.y smut.. EMULSSON COUGHS in torrents The handsome wife of Secretary Ion county judges aie not as n rule, lawyers, Friday, seriously interforring ' Farmers' Home Journal, with the B. Nail, of tho COLDS .., . i . ,i and the dockets of the circuit courts nay i a CURES PUBLIC SALE jirugrumme, wiucn IHClUUeU ail was with him, accompanied by their Wasting ri:3;::s could not bo very well trausferrd to excursion to Cumberland K&C.. it.' Gap, a luneh-eo- charming daughters, Misses Sidney and them. That may be all true, but To oure i ..hwm ct Vondorful Flash BLUE-GJUS- S with the Board of Trade, anexplora-tiahe, tonstl- Leafy, who, as usual, added greatly to A there is no need of any great haste in , take Many Jtavo gaiiiotl oik (.uiuui of King Solomon's Cave and a trip the enjoyment of tho party. Col. John Owtntobid health, I will tell to the higliot per dny by its uso. the matter. Great changes can not be to tho pinnacle. The cave is a real wonremedy, brought his lovely daughter, biddir, on the preinitv, on O. Hodges made in a day. Scott'H Emulsion is no' a secret der and the pinnacle,'," Inch rises ahrupt-l- y a queenly brunette; hquire t'at ana .Mrs. o trn m n rJ Thursday, Sept. I80O, remedy. It contains tho i :mnl!it-in- r A ktek electing a clerk and assistant, to the north of tho Gap, is 2,275 feet McDonald, of the Frankfort Argus, had My Farm in ttatc properties of tho Ilpophos- neither of whom can read out of a whis- above tho sea level. Tho tunnel passes the bewitching little blonde, MissJennio cultivation,containing in Airct.upon goodjikxI di-of well w itcrrd, hat it a mites imtl jjuro Norwcgion Coil per, the con. con. had to go to tho ex nearly under the old road over tho Gap McDonald, with them; Miss Lila Bell, lute lionc of liM' rjomt and all iici'o.iry The farm it situated ix milet from ijiver Oil, tho potency of both pense of employing u reading clerk at aud is about :J,750 feet in length. bright and as captivating as usual, ac- Stanford, one mile from the Stanford A Millcdgv being largely increased. It is used pike, two $10 a day, when that duty might have Everything here is on tho most mag- companied Mr. pud Mrs. John A. Bell, ville miles from mtli't ftom Moreland Station and ltuilonMlle four by Physicians all over tho world. I will also eell at the unit time my kIoiA, crops been performed by either of the other nificent scale. The Town Company is of the Georgetown Times; tho handsome Farming Implement, coiiMilmg nf llortii, will have to econo- luuy imoued with the absolute certainty MiKa Minnie Isaacs represented the and Cattle, Corn, Hay nud Wheat. officers. The body PALATABLE AS MILK. Mule, Any nn wishing to examine th; Farm, I will mize considerably to make up for Jim of Middleborough's greatness and it Frankfort Capital; the talented aud Soltl by all Jhutfiytsts. '"' 'ir'torsltmn). showing him. take pleasure in J.r.SMIIH&CCtltkutgt a:M BKa.3. ST.tficie tin .. t a Stone's ealary. F. L.. KilOlJKS, Morelan.il, Ky. builds and plans accordingly. COTT 4c QOWNE, Chemists, N.Y. From a comely Miss Dollie Higbee, the Courier 312,-TOS.o- Her Royal Entertainment Present and Future of the City, &c. beautiful little souvenir presented to the editors. I gather that the enterprises of the Editors. capital of HE BEST Clothing, 'LACE OH EARTH TO BUY W. WALTON. Dry Boots, Hats, Trunks, Carpels and Mailing at jasies b. Mccreary. THE LOUISVILLE STORE i f Middles-boroug- The whole world wants buy the The is our bid for your Olir Fall aud Winter bulling has vininnf you the best dualities at the best figures. Suuermr nriens prise, will fo'uid in each deparment and. grade of our immense new line of able offer before have large and varied an assortment of fresh and. pleasing slides. Uur line is full ot the vera grades new aud popular styles in seasonable ojfer such a variety that in selection may gratified the fullest extent. have seen it that these goods shall as satisfactory in quality and wear as they are Hpig; U S u Our slock is a thoroughly good stock in every respect. bu trill find it wod because are not only trfisto, but desirable and serviceable; because its assortment is vanea ana, complete: because it shows nil. time. ue for the price, grand kick aga inst old fogu business ideas tie jobs have on hand thiss lit his J he old business rule Charge all the profit the customer will stand." this proposition say: sir, not any that for us. What propose do charge as little are nut in ousmess for our health, either scana, ana projit as are convinced it can not like make money, but plundering ..v. unit ivki. ti ana ours Prices, Friends, Plenty yiniui. at way. Sales. .lrniingur. m 1 d n 3NTQTIC MR. THOS. DATON OF CHXCiLGO, - speech-makin- g ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK FI1TE ZEIfcTGKR, JL"VZnSTGA. R. Middles-boroug- h, PENNY. M.G.RUPLEY,-- m T IJmtotfHllaHtt !Lo 1 SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. c -.liiu & N0 1 h Fi5.HM FOH SALE. . quill-driver- s S10,-00- 0 l, SOUTH & WEST 3Md8g4 QM 1 Saturday, Sept. (.ont-nn-ii- I-- . One-thi- . gold-heade- d "Ken-tucky.- theEliz-nbethtow- n a- - 11 ARKANSAS TEXAS. i post-prandi- : 1 '-'0 SCOTT'S ! ... u u FARM. r. om& :, 25, oiL l bAN5 wm r: - jj-t- e m):mit),n m'3tx&l-- i ,' tv-V- ' ins - !, itw r- - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ky., Sl.I'TKMUUIt 10,1890 New Sorehnin nt A. A. Warren's. Compi.i.tk Hue of kid plovcs My- just re- STANFORD, !alJ New line of Mulcr shoes just received It is settling time and I want what at . H. Slianks'. Call and examine lllNNLH pl.lttfc 35 WilM per S)t. s. you owe me. Take, this to yourself. W. them. Mjers. II. Mi Roberts. Anothkr Ciiam.e. Mr. Tinsloy Mor" B.CWAI.TON, Owixtt to an accident at Brooks' Comtlbti lint of wphyr yarns at shon has resigned as special jwlicomnn tho south-bouft tmscenuor did not and Mr. V. I!. Watwn now holds that MEANS BUSINESS. pass horo till 0 last nicht. (ioi.l) HKM5, ttinMMl llwfclflCP.S illld iiriKrtniit po.ltion. lHi your accounts. 1 moan you. A. DitAKit.MKs IlritT. A. F. (troner had (imbuly's prediction of frost liere Satfriendship lings, "nil the go;" latest fashIt IVnny. to n jolly while coup-lin- p Watches nnd jewelry repaired nnd ionable novelties just rcceivtd by Mc urday nipht was not exnetly veriflwl.but his hand warranted. A. It. Penny. cars nt Williamsburu, Saturday, and pot very cold. It fell in Indiana, Ohio Roberts, the .lewuler. It TiiKbost place to buy drops, patent and the mote Northern States and in on the same nfternoou John Farley had Wr bavo a gooI correspondent at medicines and toilet articles is nt A. 11. his ripht hand and firm badly manpled some localities did prcnt damage. Penny's. at lust. Tho only tronblo about while at the same business in the vnrd Buy your school books, ink, tablets, him is that hu was born tiled, but we liiniMoxn Faik. Coinmencini: with n Rowland. paper, pencils and school supplies of nil will pet him out of that. this moriiinu' and continuinp five days kinds from A. It. IVnnv. the Iv. (' will run an excursion .train to N'KW ADVKItllSKMENTS. of Lincoln county will Tub PERSONAL POINTS." Richmond on account of tho Fairat5l.35 dense come forward and settle. The round-trip- . It will leayo horu at MiFirst-Clas- s Nannik M kh hns returned from books for is'.H) aro romly and 1 must have for the Farm For Sale. 7 a. M. and pet back about 7 p. m. Camp'M'lNvillo and enteied rollee. the tax. T. I). Newlnnd, S. L. C. on Iliutun-viltMis Sric Hki.u went to New Albany imnrod, containing JIk.v should newr accept any position Wll aaa McKinnty pike, u acre, en 4 id neigh- e pi ir. K. 1. KK.XKtY, absesfcor, bepnu work yesterday to visit Mrs. C. W. Kramer. llon the unless they will lve it full attention. borhood Fur furlbvr particular oraddrtit at Himonw.n. Mits. M'K lS.u'diiM n is visiting friends in tliit piet'iuct yesterday and abks us to Sntunlny was the day for the new li. U. KENNKl'Y. request that the citiiens ill bo piojMrcd in Richmond and attending the Fair. county committee to meet and to make out their lata so a to detain him Miss .Ma..ik Lbwih, q Washington elect n chairman, but onlv L. L. House in Stanford For Sale. as little as possible. 11. Hipulns. county, is with Mrs. J. A. Chappell, J. M. Carter and MiMiut. K. II. Smith and John W. put in an appearance, ven room and Jen Ma. A. C. Sixu has pmchaced of Mr. Thomas DetiraLI Drown, of Mt. Vernon, weie hr yester- John M. McllolMfrts, Sr., the hoitfro and less than n quorum, and of course noth a kitchen, large M, H nece.-- ' '.Iroad. on Lancaster tlreet, north of It. day. lot on Main street that he has buun rent-in- p inu could be done. After considering A. C SINK, 37tf Mil. (iicoiu.K II. IUicK has returned Stanford, Ky. for iotiie time, for $1,20 ', and will re- the matter and being convinced that the from Middlotboro, whero ho oiijoyod the chairman ought to he at or noar the model it extensively. pret-- lxituinot. I county seat, Mr. Chappell withdrew F. Ci. Oamfrki.l, one of the I.stusiok A auAR collision of fteiphla occurred from the candidacy for the position, I and propxll .Ioi rnal's cood Cnsoy comity friends, near Altamont Sunday niphU Cait. which will in all probability go to Cnpt. erty,with to homeprivately my ha fiv room, more room, pan'the try, Iront eraiidah, hack porch latticed, 1 lockWatte train ran into CapU C. 0. wits in town Friday. Richards. It was agreed by tho mem- cellar wih wmloon ninth tide, outbuildings Mns. Will IIahf returned with Mr. er's, crushing the cnboose and another bers present that next Saturday be fixed all nw, conmtiMg oi if.iat houar, henrrv, ccmI houti, corn crib atld dairy tahle. There ar two and Mrs It. F. Jones from Lexington car, but injuring no one. l for another attempt at a meeting and it good ciiterm, one at house, the other at the There u an abundance ol frui-- , including nnd it now their unost. is earnestly hoped each inoinber will be n.pber net, tra berries, g'Osebfrne, cirrantu, IIraiii A Rowkha' Minstrels terform-ot- l Mim Ida Pmbwitt ntme upfront tcrapvi, hrry, plums, damtnn, iar and apple at Danville Friday niht and gave en- prent. I'roxies are not taken. trees Also tome nice Jersey calve ai.d heifers Saturday to spend gororal days bred to reentered bull. Uno harnc.i horte, one tire 6tisia-tion- . It is a capital organi A k.vbation oi Home proportions was combined hore, hoth (teutle and can be driven hy with Mist) Uiry Tate. and lhoe who smw it toll us that created Saturday by the arrest of Doc woman or child. One busr(.y Iannd pv.ieton. Kill he I, v In h Mtwit:e IIeilb Uook and Jennie lleid. sation Also 8V(crcof pasture (or our amusement-lover- . Wuteell, his son and I'ete and Tom Cain wild in one piece r divided mt) tstuit pur o iiustonrillo, aro guests of the fonuor's fun is in store bos wihinj; to buy .tint heap will chacr They will lie here Satnnlay, Sept. 27. 011 warrants charging them with robbing havra golden ipKrtun.ty Mrs. (i. It. Cooper. J (. CAR PEN IKK. Stanford. J7.im and burning the store of Jim Carter, near Mts Axxik Drt.uM.ii retariMnl with Thr Liacjln County Ruildinp ami Highland, a month or two ago. .Sherill her frieud, Mis Unie Dunn, and is now lx)an Aaeoeiation will iaeue a new riec 2Tor made !tr Ktirst at her homo near Itryanta- - of stock Oct. 1st, liWO. Parlies wiahiue Newlnnd nnd Dhik Farmer jail to the arawait I will v!l to the hight"t bidder, on the premises, rests anil lodged them in Vi He. to subtcribe rati set the nereeeary infor- the examining trial Tho prose M. Salikmrh visiting relatives Mr. mation by applying to any member of cution, which will be conducted by J. On Oct. II, 1890, in IxxiisTilie. Her hatband nocompe-nn-- .l the Hoard o( Diiectors. A. A. Wairen, 15. I'uxton, Wallace K. Varnon nnd Mil- My Farm ci 8 Acres, situated on tl'e Ljncailer her, bat returned jwsionlay tnorn-irtiuiid Stanford pike, i1, miles east of ford It Secretary, Joaeph Severance president, ler )wsley, seems to thiuR it has the has on it a (rood house of S rooms, comparatively new and built on modem st)Ie, and all necessary W. M. dead wood on Johns. Hutthe, the priaonurs, which, if outbuildings ara comparatively new Has a good Mmh Faxxib Shank, IN'minle Vnn Bright treasurer, J. N. Menefee, J. A. and is supplied stuck tnn, puts them into it for a long tune to ordhardano a cittern at tnewith fersons desirous and iVdlie left yeater-d- y il'vwr water Carpenter. W. A. Tribhle, II. J. Daiat, come. Shelby Dalton and Jim Cain are of buyipg a dvsirable and ooor. located place will well for HarradabMre to enter Daughters W. M. O'Bryan and J. F. Peyton, direc- yet present, land will to be arrested .and there is talk of prom ny oeing sell at the as ins- tine some positively College. be sold. Will personal same " tor. hogs, farming Iraple- being implicated who have here- tv, such as cattle, , others The Iii'inocrnt wye thai Jndeo M. H. ii ments. corn ana nay J W. ADAMS Stanford. Ky. 37 td The man Channel, who was aneated tofore never been suspected of dishon()Aley will at Middleaboro and Jaw in hie son, here laat week by Marabal Helm, of esty. The whole thing wa given away practice rint?rstiip with Danville, on a charge of carrying con- by Mrs. Peter Cnin, and revenge was L t Iier Owdey. rilARIOK COVNTY Ma. 15. II. Staiu ip, of Sylvia, iCaa., w cealed weapons ami swindling, was fined her motive. Our readers will remember Peter Cain recently ran away with wth hi mother, Mra. s. S. Myers, hnt $50 by the Danville court. Hu had in that wnl leave in a few days to take a posi- his potioM papers hich stated that ids brother Jim's wife, leaving his own he was a member of good shmditip of to weep and mourn. She didn't do either tion with his uncle in Imiaville. C t'iiiicEies Mk. .n Maa. U. (J. ICkm.kr, Sr., of the Central Detective Bureau of Topeka very long, if at all, but instead told on Pete's llarrodshurs, were up Sunday to ceo Kansas. Mareunl Holm tells us thAt he things that put the officers SEPTEMBER 24TH, 1890, their children, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Kol-le- has paid np all he owes around Danville trail as well as the others of his brethren And minuei Three Di nnd insists that ho was not tryinp to run in crime. She says that on the night of Jr., nnd that wonderful baby. REf.LLATION TRCK NKW the burning of Jim Carter's house, Pete Miq Jiennir I limine, who has spent oil'. " THE UOSinathi her get supper early, saying he had tin- siiininer with the Misses Wrny and MiMNKHRRgR.vTKit. Jailer S. 1). some important business to attend to. homo Mr. J M. Hrnct', returned of lutncaster, publishes a card in at Blootiiiiicton, 111., and all of us are hid home paper to say that tho nepio She insisted on knowing it nnd he finally Ever ollered hy any Fair Asvciation Come and somebody that see Nellie nrry. I.i'ie Alack and a host cf other Joe Ray, whs not taken from the jail by said that if he didn't kill 37 ti night he would burn him out. Next good ones. V. II. Johnson, n good old ifomocnit a mob, but that tie was cnupht after bemorning she heard of the tire nnd Pete .lack-o- n and a clover pentlemnn from ing relinked by proper authorities by enmity, is here to buy n farm. Wo hopti some unknown parties and whipped. came home with plenty of money. "Hell Ills Farmers Sank .nd Irssi tajany he will snrceed ad such Htiaens aro id Mr. Rot li well further bays he was at his hath no fury liken woman seorned,"and charge against Mrs. Cain is true to this ways wolcome. OF STANFORD, KY , (Wat ditclinrpinu his duties, as he always husband, e Mns. A. M. Fkvk attondud ihu phul to let Mr. R. her sex. rnfottiiiiiitely for her do. aro trios to Is now fully organized and ready tor business vith of Dr. Wnyle.'of (.tworgetown, to right. He is a pood ollicer and would there is corroborating testimony, or less Miw Marion Woolfonl, at Ijineuster, last not, we think, give his prisoners up dependence might be placed in her story. - $200,000. Later. Mart Smith, one of the suspi- Paid up Capital of week, and roturnod Sntunlay to htir without the stoutest resistance. 13,500. cionod mentioned aliove, enme to town Surplus, . - - liomt- - in the Wist Knd. and was soon taken in tow by Cow a holy. Tommy Ball hands us yesterday Tub clever road master, F. M. Ansloy, was horo Friday initiating Mr. A. .1. tho following: On Wednesday evening Policeman Watson and lodged in jail. SUCCESSOR toTHH LINCOLN" X VTIONWJ. HAXK OF STANFORD, Lamb as his assistant, Mr. J. A. lust some cowardly wretch, for no o'.lier More are to follow. renipned. Mr. Ianiti will cause except devilment, shot and killed liaviiiK and m.U-Story of a Kid. A few tlaysngo, Mis (Xow losing up) with the same tne same management. make Ids ii(wdiuarlers here. Hu is a in the pasture a mare belonging to Liuie Hale, daughter of Jotier&on Hale, By previsions of its cbaiter, depositor anymiiL' man nnd seeios to be a verv nice Aipiilla Reed, an honest, poor, hard- went to tlio house of Mr. Tom Martin protected as aie depositors working colored man, that livus on the with baby in her arnis and laying it Banks, its sharoho'ders being; held in one. indmdu.illv the extunt ot the amount Miss Foxjk Pbxxixoton, Maid of old McPliereon place. As Undo Aquil- - down by tho side of his wife, told her liable to at the par value thereot, in of their to the thert-iaddition It may uu .in Honor to the Queen, at the Satellite In only had the one horse and is too poor that it was herhush'tud'fl child and she amouDt ui vested in such shars-excuur administrator, trustee, .Vc, as fully a Hall, chosti Mr. 15. C. Walton as her to buy nnolhei, it falls heavily on him could take care of it. Mrs. Martin, who ass individual. and on notifying: those in c'unrvei His neighbors thought Uncle Aquilla is a nice little lady, was astonished, but To those who entrusted their huismess to us t!.at youui; man has receivwl his cretlun-tialhad not an enemy in the world nnd the besought tho girl to take tho child away. while mnagitiK the Lincoln National Bank ol .Stanford, we we here tender oar manv thanks and which are gotten up in royal style. person who committed tin's outrage up- For answer she politely bade Mrs. Mar- trust they will continue to traasact their business offering as a guarantee fcr prompt attenwith (.'. T. .SNiniMtK has accepted ''to propon him remains a mystery. tin adieu nnd left the screaming young- tion u. Man, our twenty years' exper e cu In te hanking and at liberal accommodations as ate osition of Hill, of Ouensboro, to take ster testing its lungs to the fullest capacwith sound banking. Oka NTm At tho continued term of i taii;c of his horses at 50 a mouth and ity for her benetlt. For a time Mrs. MarOtKCCTOH' the countv court Saturday, Judge .Mr. will leave for that place tin was completely nonplussed, but she J Williams Mt. Vernon; Bet-ti- e granted tho application of Mrs. s,indidp is a splendid hoiseuian ns well and soon regained J M Hail Stanford; Pennybaeher for liquor license at is a sensible woman J. S. Owsley, Stanford; nn excellent fellow and we hope liim as her wits. Then sho struck for town and S J. Emory, Stanford; Kitipsville. There is a law prohibiting much pood luck. J AK Lynn Stanford; case before Judge Varnon, V Carpenter. Millodvil'e; the sale of liquors within two miles of laying tho Mits. J. M Caiitku has returned from oroilicial issued an J. K llauyhman, Hustoaville; Point Pleasant church, but an act of the that J F. Cssi, aiaiitord; Russell Springs, somewhat improved in der that the child should be taken back mum L.eo.n, simnoru Ky Bauie legislature with reference to Kings-vilS. II snanks, rresiflent health. Mr. Carter turned the hupy to its mother nnd appointed Dink FarmJ II, Owslc), Cashier shows that it was not intended to oer in returning with her, lint we do Dink is n man who proved tho er to do the job. not suppose the fact that he had a ju of ailed it. Mis. Pennybaeher never shirks a duty, so ho went, and necessity of a hotel at Kingsvillc and her Russell county brandy aboard had shouldering the little responsibility, be- Administrator's Sals of Stock and Crop, todo with it. Nobody was hurt. possession of the necessary building and gan to trudge the several miles that lay n equipments to keep one, so Judge them and the could do nothing hut grant the ap- between CITY AND VICINITY. As Administrator of D I. Stephenson, deed., I his steps being hastened by the will sell to the high, si bidder un home, plication. music it made when it found itself in a Nkw timothy seed at J. D. Fostor'n. Sept. 1890, O.nh of the I'OO coloied excursionists strange man's liands. Arriving at his Cax.miv Bums for sale. Oeorpe Far-d- t who came up on the special from ( ireens-burThe follnwiUK' described property ' destination, lie told the girl his mission, calves, ok. cattle 3 ns. to rectivo Fuc milk cos and heavy caille, o of and intervening points Sunday, was but she refused years old. pun Milt calves ill. old heifer, ready wc.ilied, a yat-ut New timothy seed at Hippins & Mc- - Andrew Jones, of Lebauon. Andrew tho child, intimating that Judge Varnon h rse, tr.ulr crlt, .lotmrn filly, Kinney's. ewex, 3 S uthdown svickh, 17 good big dog at home in reli- would best attend to his own business it mountain seems to be a sow and pi, hugs, 5 shoat, good for himself. Tho One fmr'y ,inu harne, cabinet oitfan used FoitKi'Ai'oii's cirous will exhibit at gious matters, but the excitement of the he knew what was a short time, about o& barrels ol cam ill the day turned his head, and when "T" girl's brother also put in and said tho hut lot hsy. all thn ti.rrii.nij implements, Danville October ith. litdd Baughmau, a coloied boy, trod on his child should not stay there, and for a vimMstini' of ik WM.st machine, Idhay rake, plows, furniture, and harrcw, .c a lot ol houseli Dooly, the little son of .Air. R. foot he pulled out his pistol and would while Dink was in a dilemma. A bright hrr ither t h ustr lint nan died Sunday ofcroup. have shut him or auother boy had not thought (struck him and he resorted to Tcrm 11 ' known mi lay of I le N. Ailnr. j( Haydeu caught him, notwithstand- tally. He began to praise the child and fam- Hort wupons coiitiiininp as many ing "T" had promptly apologized for his expatiate on its beauty, getting nearer ilies passed through town Friday on their mishap. Special Policeman Dink Farm- the girl as he did so. Tho maternal inway to the Magic City of Middlesboro. AKchriitc'iitnrinllls;,Mn-liuinltner was soon on to the racket and when stinct soon began to assort itself and belah lor. , ncak liiilucysi aud tlaU-c- r They weie all the way from North Da Bho was aware of it, Miss Halo had 5 ami torplil liter. he went to arrest Jones lie had taken fore kota. rofugo in the water closet of a car and taken tho child into her arms. This was D3 Mil. W. M. O'Bkyan has purchnseil n locked the door, which he refused to all that Dink wanted. He had delivered u.tru-ke lot in tho Darst Addition nnd contracted open. Entrance was ull'ected through the child as ordered and was 60011 makwith Sine & Menofce for the buildim; of the window and Jonen found trying to ing tracks back to town. The girl n hnndsomo little cottnpo, which will be get through the iloor. that Martin is the father of the kid. He was taken to ., a. .. . erected ntonco. 'lYXw&tZZ the police judge's oilice and on default but her reputation is not such that she j such an Allegation in court, nl tllnchure;i viiiiiuui. niraiuiiis r The case of tho fratricide, P.mmctt of ro0 bail, was sent to jail. No other coulil Biistaiii irrlpiiiff, nua lior favors have been so buodprass, was continueil nt his instance disturbance occurred duriug the day. At nt) it is Mill thrtt AETIKGr liberally bestowed she could not place by the Itockcastlo court. IIo then ap- his trial yesterday the old man was lined liver. to the kidneys, of her maternity with Ttaoy uro adapted bladder ami lodge paid, and tho responsibility to old oryottnifplied far bail, hut it was very properly $25 nnd costs, which his any degree of certainty. SOJJ EVEItYWKEKB. he was released. and promptly refused. Trum.BRs ers. JO ct'iits jwr vt. S. is. ceived at Severance iV Son's. " Ax elepant new stock of Hatnburp and linen edpinps nnd ineortinps at Severance A Son's. o PT nTWTWfr Our Dus.ManaRer Sav-erttne- e ,yo-dn- y, nd mn-he- litis-tonvil- Stock is About Complete In le I 1 tax-paye- 1 - Fall & Winter We ights A . deni-oemt- ic S7-- nn Daw-(-o- Kit-hard- s two-tor- y ri -- SUITS, OVERCOATS and PANTS. STAGG & McROBERTS. i a s FOR SAUS retidt-nc- ta-- ROBERT FEISSZEL -- Mirh-ellfl.ur- i: ' Dealer In- - I 1 s'tr. m a truce ILOGKS AHU y uuv, cj(ii,lltlll and Repairing Neatly Promptly Done. L a 1 a 7 U SiEWELRY All Work Warranted. (Stanford, Ky.) i fcS-FIN- K WATCHES A SPECIALTY" -- Farm Salo. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. to-dn- Saturday, A BIG LINE OF r. vice-preaide- never-faili- CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS A - hot-te- liw-at- a Just Received. Also Una of Pavlov Lamps of the Latest Designs. . Glassware, Qucensware and Tinware Kept in stork Country Produce taken in exchange frRo--iU. Trotting c AssocistioR MAHXC KAHDX3ST. .GO TO. r. HALF-MIL- m - -- T- Koth-wol- l, to-h- USieral Premium Iist , A9 A. WARREN'S -- HODEL GROCERY" mar-riat- For Groceries, Glass and Queensware, Fruit Jarsj Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. - Rich-ardrK- i DRUGS and JEWELRY Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oih and Window Glass.Wall Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, 11 I. s is-to- rt s. M AM F.H )ii!r 1 ' ATBC9 The Best Railroad Yt'alch. w Jewelry and Silverware. m cot-Mii- 1 Var-no- il to-da- s " 2 5 5 s -- ? I 'So C, "J y rt -- 5 to w kind-hearte- d " i' "2 "2 2 -- I tn n, any-tilin- g Var-uo- girl-mothe- r's - Saturday, 1 1 20, g n o u 3 c. Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. B.U. DANKS, Jewelor, J S WELLS.Ph. a. Proac. Clk. O v. to c 5 ssi u o U tJ WthhWWmWA W. 33. Main v; i .! 1 wc-r- point-blan- k d 1 ye.-t- r McROBERTS, Street, ';p &TANKOK1), Ky 1 111 ! HIGGINS M'KINNEY , 1 1 S m Are headquarters for Ad vice to tli :!-a Asd. r Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Isim, cfco. Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no Plows ! Plows 1 Plows ! Ih plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. do good work, or no sah' - lZtn:iuiu at ' a -- Iwery plow warranted to Ask your neighbqr. IMP VIGOR BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Itooh Keeping, Short Hand, Telegraphy, .Ce I 1 1 Vf 1 1 trrtto for Catalogue and ull OiformaflotmM,WjiS:w I It g I Q I IT IV La. W Ir m .y4i i Semi-Weekly . i Rev. Frank, of the Reform church, Chailos Cniii;, n jealous Cincinnati is holding a piotracted lueeMngat PleasPubllflhod Evory Tuesday aad Friday negro, cut his wife's head, oil with n ant Grove church. pocket kuife. J. IJ. Cannon, special agent of the George W. Watson, while coupling Mutinl Benefit Life Insurance Co., of cirs nt Lebanon, hail a bar (lrien Newark, N. J., wa3 here last week to set-tlsMTWhen not o paid S250 will be charged."1 MILE5 through his arm. n death loss and to huut up new busi The rails have nomiuateil Lewis iness for his company. K.G. LOCAL TIME CARD. 'unrt. Maj, James A. BuruMde, Col. Win. Train leases Rowland at 700 a m , returning Jones for Congress in the bloody thiul, ?b"9 V 2 wnVeai against Mr. Goodnight. Beczley and other enterprising citizens at 5 30 p. m i;iv:.'i,i'.';rs. Tlie money market in the Kast is are contemplating starting a Bellamy L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. steadily growing tighter, notwithstand- colony iu Gair.ird countv. Recruits were 1150am ing the treasury disbursements. 'Iiveutj mi c f e si ortc-- t ' Mail train going North s numerous at the beginning that it has tiepm South ti54Pm Polde Courts is a daisy. She won been temporarily abandoned. Kinren train" South 327am " North The Finest on Earth MOlm two straight heats at Somerset in the It was rumored on tde streets SatLocal freight North The Cincinnati. Hamilton A Davtcn It U is 538pm Makiaj din. t c j. nc ti n. ti C.n'ial I 10 South.. r 15.01 old trot in and 3.02. urday momingthat Humphrey Best had the onlj tuu runnias Pullman's Pertectco Safetv t for The latter train! alvo carry rasiengers v tthul" 1 rains, with Chair, Parlor The total number of cases of cholera died from the wounds received in the dnd Dininc Car service between Cincinnati. St. Louis, ChU is.. Mul ifai, I'eints, The abov e it calculited on standard time. Solar and Chicago iJetroit, II ft o, runCie.fl nd. time if about so minute faster in Spain pince the present outbreak is light at Conn's sale, but it was an error, ning rhrcuth Rtcbmn; and It the onl) line CinW est. liillanaintis and the hair Lars h.tct :i,17-- '; there have been 77d deaths. Cana.ls, New EnglanJ, Highest ef and his trial will come oir nt Ibiuville cinnati, Ktolnk HHtl iprwif held, III mJMrrpltK allA ctemt of t Ir C ir Cincinnati to Macaina KlH and the ictut l '. .cri it er.t - New Yorlc, C. Move Crump and George Uoalter, circuit court, if he is iu condition to apport An. it, IJo.ston, Only Dlroot Lino two negroes convicted of rapent Amory, pear. M r o' the S ..tc of ltetwen CinciHaatl, l'avton Lima, lleslu, DeWsehingttoSi, Raltisac-rePhila lelphia, a Candidate" f r Regions and Canada. i,i ncke.t time ve Hrrodsburg, Frankfort, K A law and order club was ortmuixeil troit, the Lake one tnli "ill ftheDtniOcrttic party Miss, were taken from the shciill' on I he road is of the oldest in the State oi Richmond, IRGINIA Shorlrst an.' the way to jail and hanged from a con- hero last week, whose object will be the Ohioand the unlv line entering Cin itinati overt) liulcle.t line lo miles et double track, and fromits past record can The 23 ID I Hanko' n', suppression of the illegal Honor trnliic more than assure its patrons speed, eotnfott and closing l.incol affairs All note t'rt.f and Ky , is venient limb by a mob. un us has mr claims afa. .aid As.i.li are here) y The sudden and unexpected fall of supposed to be t;oini on sub rosa. This safety t 'V Ticket on sale ever) where, sail sec that they notihed to present nt notes and d r m. agsin.l I have removed p ''"TO, the will V IU- - v. he re snow in Minnesota and North Dadota is something of a slam at our county and rend C . H AD, cither in or ont of Cincinnati, the Atsueiatien for payment stteicrmile C S. lid Trains, haegagt cars, srrokn g car. Indtaaupolis or Toledo. tiroes. J nwsi E.Ca.her. coaches, Pullman ts.xijt.ir S,erirr. thr. ugl wit'i caught farmers in the middle of the city officials, nnd it was suggested by a P.. O McCORMICK. out charsre via Ch.ti.ui Hirmisss; har 1, Mtn.l General Paafenger end Ticket Agent. threshiug season and it is feared that prominent citien that I.aueastor was A. S. an snaking d reel conne, lions en mute f t Knot ville, A.he.il.e, prints in the GROCERY. dull enough now, having too much law great damage will result to wheat. sfKGEiiy DENTIST. Bucklen's Arnica Salve Four prisoners, Knos Scott, Gran- and decidedly too much order. The obW The t salve ia the world for cuts, bruises, And rOAKIHNil KOL'SE U. .MCKODeruOffice on Maui salt rhrum, tetter, chapDrug: Mire, Manic rd. ville Fee, Jim Howard and Will Me ject is worthy at any nV.e; the method of sssres, ukrrs cntlMains. fe. . ped hand. . hat s tull line ef fieh 1, rcerie. and .nfc- - At ceri aud ill .kit. .run f" Atlanta, Columbus, Wumia; lt raw, in jail at Harlan C. II., without accomplishment will be the hardest nut tions and poiuivelv cure piles, or no pay requir Ihiis ud tltc Ane.t Cigars a, lo' j s Kemtm-on, Charleston. Augusta, Wac.a. es. It is guaranteed to i perfect satisfactsor, her that . only f ,r c have D. D. S. hail for the murder of James Middleton, to crack. f'1 ujitj I .ri t Brunswick, Lake Cil, I horuatvilU sadSasaanaS. II.Olll-DPrice 15 cents per bow. a Rnti'iram In cu.ncct.n m i R. C. MORGAN, or money refunded .osi.ts ar. sts at stiv i. r tes keep (,vr Iheo-il- line running soli-- trains with choice Friday night and escaped. Y. Currey, Maj. Walker For sale bj A R Penny, Stanford, K Col. James broke out ' I .1 ' .. sou riijht. meacntlarl econvuiir. ..r Pahc. Sle.ins; Cr to Pullman DENTIST. k K J W k, .arwi The democratic convention in the Tevis and Private W. O. Dunlap took in J sot. ille without change tor any cla uf j.ien Ponman House, 7th Tennessee district, after taking 1,300 the (.Juean City lust week. The eentle-me- n gen M hAKgue ioite JMorit Wins. Office on M un s trrrt, Selma an Montgomery, HimtsviUe, Dustir, un stairs. Nitrous IJstd,.- as given for painless We desire to say to for ears vre returned wearing colored llanuel have been i.'lhnt: Ir our citien. thatDisc, veiy for ba lo'sbetween the Fai mors Alliance can extractln Meihi.and Alt KANSAS tKants n Kiue s New KENTUCKY "sTANfORD. an.l ijuicke.! I Anmstn Se'ms . Mr. Consumptiun, t)r Kins;'. Xe Life 1111. Iluck didate and Representative Whitthome caps, the latest fad in ilc J Until conLectiont riade si NhW iK leu's Arnici Salve and Electric Bitter., and have i'if vn H r r J 1. 1 INS wilt. .. hi omniti . transfer for is bore on a nev er bandied remedies that sell a. well 01 that (jtt.f n adjourned till Oct. 1, without making a Lw Benton, of Cynthiana, Houstr-nAustin, DR. W. B. do xiven atilaciiu. brief visit. Mr Richard Newland, Miss havehesitate such universalthem every linw We we Harness and Sntldlo Horses and nomination. to ruarvnice ot and TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. f) dealer ia Fancy Roadsters. On ensboro pauses in the organiza- Monita Harris Mr. Joel Kmbrvnnd Miss land ready to refund the purchase price if follow their use results do not These . lit i .r . The cnljr lhrouki lire tu Ja k.on n i tion of its ninth bank which has just Lena Lllis, paid our town a Hying visit remedHM have won their test pop; unit) piuely He reel Uiu.ht J, recently irr.ut. M. S'ln ct M la, iking .lirr I, .r II ir ns Office South side Mam street, in office t.y I t er eiu Kittecti year." W. B. Burke, of Danville, on their Merits A. R lVi.nv IJrufci.t i.ie.t rented a house to begin business -l- ong Sunday. by.Ur. 1. F HufTia in. Stanford. with ii . mm u irai.'crt r I) il as f ri W riS, vacated C T VASDID..I .f i.rl..r.l Kt A nun v4n Ant .n.a, I I'.mj ind l 1). VlWl'OD enough to organize a local society for passed through Lancnster Sunday with J"J"a1xKN A Snfo Invoatrnont stock, en route to the ec ience. Owensboro some flue jack the advancement of X. M. TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Is one vhbhls cuarauteed to bring ojsati.-facto& ATWOOO, Richmond fair. J. P. Saudifer and fain-ilresults or in case of failure, a letucnof takes it all iu. ,,,rr. i your purchv.c price On this sale plan )Oucaa njn. fc"!?" rr Por thr ish r.tts A.n t t . e n r jp. 1 il( Miss Emma Freed, an Iowa lassie, have moved permanently to irmm , Cut K) bnv from our adveitiscd druffist a bottle ol , Dr. iTOT, S,1,! wis' fti HGEKTS. Ht N K V I1"! .rac'd-r- . RSSL ESTETE l f. r Con.asaptios. King's New Discovery It Is lned not wisely but too well, with the r l.l,. k. llsv la. Alft guaranteed to brln STAN Toil D.K relief in every case when C t hAKS h . 1. .'W Iklll usual result. Then sho sought to hide A meeting of the coiporators of the u.ed for any affection of the throat, luags or chest, City, Tcnn. ice I' A rsmf nt inrUmnution the t An old Lancaster, Jackson & Mlddlesborough such a. consumption,whooping cu;hof croup,lungs, , ill bronchitis asthma, JAS. O GIYLNS. her sin bv destroying its result. etc WM.AYKES hag told her to soak matches in boiling Railroad was called Saturday afternoon etc It i pleasant and agireable to the taste, per. SPECIAL ATTENTION - COMMJtRClAL f. tly safe and , relied .Ol wntr and drink it. She did so and at the National Bank to take some defi- bottle, free at can Ralways be drup iiXn 1 rial travelers Horses aid mulrs Sugm and so'd & GIVENS, A Pennv's AY11ES tie died. ised livery. bnre iti.1 vrbu Onlf nite action toward building the road. Col. Attorneys .at Law, Itiium for Trnsei. . ltsrcn Sill! Is I!((lf(.T. HeniyT. Noel brought from Middles- iT-Igoing to iLurope U,r the Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. A most remarknblo woman is Mary boro the giatifying information that 327 tiin hii generally Surpiiiiwl at being Cjo It i.t H(lfAflCH CACaRr s, Mills, of No. 210 Mulberry street, roof- Mr. Alex A. Arthur talked very favoraDILLION. SWITCH k, Shreve Iluildin;- told thfy nn entitlevl to tithe forty cubic er, plumber and tinsmith, who can wipo ioi-- r bly of the ptoject and had money at his feetot lmgCTg without extra charge. HIANK MAIIIMOK. a joiLt of pipe us neatly ns any man on disposal for just such purposes if it could JAS 0. CSIVENS It sounds lilv a jjreist ileal. ImU as n mut- Dry Goods, NotiooR, Hats, Caps Manhattan Island. Mrs. Mills is a be demonstrated that the people along ter of ftsit it dorau't aiaouut to more dark haired, modest, wideawake lleotl, Shoe., ClMMri. liar' ve ,'i.eens. GlYENS & ate, Tinwaie, r urnit rr Mtu. for evtry ton of little woman of 40. who du-- s not know the line were in earnest and would as- than two Wg LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI REAL ESTATE, that he is tv genius. In 870 she mar- sist by county subscriptions to build the bagtcay alxive the limit iwssengera on Gonoral Lino of Croccrios, ocean sn'iiuuie aro tmnynswd to pay Daily lr,v,.,, . ried Roofer James Mills, and went to road, it seems that tho guarantee was - Knc L !t!it i r. .. : . :.!y . '.llinga charg.s." but the steamt ur t A Vln U tf tr live with him nt No. 21G Mulberry street given by the Middlesboro Town Co. to c it hf s for tmMlt. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE ship corujwnie- are ery liliercl in the Town lol. Coil, Iron and Timber Land bought There were rooms back ot the little shop manufacturers who would locate there matter ai:l show no tiisK)sition, ae a or sold on Communion. Correspondence which the young wife converted into a er r united betmten the great rentier I solicited thore should be at least two rail- rale, to 1h Two trunks clll.fl on tri. Uhw Kiver and Chicaca. n,l htRf home Hinl where her six children were that A trail niu.iiHint ana most or t to theIt W est e bom While the husbund was out roads running to the place in order that each con; lung by ?f feet high by 2 feet il, p, mtun the Vuth, 'eci an' .j ewcli treuty cubic feet and N 1 e cr intrnuof ihi. train . THE GQIMERCWL HOTEL roofi!! Mruw one had to watch the shop. freights could be kept at a reasonable wide t ' tik line. 1. niiec the baggage limit Now (.ren road in would Diwiui-- d I fi. . m pall clothes wringer, tiwtcherous future. The charter for the OWENS, Manager, uiern rnbta ,t a . rn J ti, tie Coeitut boilers and exhausted kettle dippers which our people are interestml oilers a York World. ' ,u say M n n, get M u, M.n ... j. Harrodaburg, - Kentucky. and flkillets came in foi re .urs and mo- better liue and more liberal features than im I save moocy and have a plea.ani nopolized the bace thnt wm- - needed for any that has yet been hi ought to the obDo not Suitwr nny Longer popular hotfl et thi time card. map. irt rmali have til en char be enct Mil in irln Knowing that a so. " .r in every her swmg tables and cradle tlrrs, and intend t mint in a tirst.cla servation of the town company and there and the lint stage, ofih tin consumption bruken in a ' I Kl 11,1 P V.I Hi k Mr Mills found that the quickest is respect It i. hcim pspered and pu'ited from v. eek, we hereSy guarantee IJr Ackers Higli-l- i I btrong probability of its being adoptf 111 btilkH t, RTsA top to bottom, the tud inrf is being renovated and way to ;pt ml of the.se neighborly Cough Remedy, and will return! the money to ,'ll W M MUtl tins ed. Tho line runs through counties ma i it lal""1 tnd comfortV, fi' cvtr tiling dom t it a. per that who bu), take correct. dire, ttont, andAdo tint I'ei d 1 h' ta'.le vha!l never be iiirpass-e- d was to mend them herself. la the for .iieable And K. our t .lenient J II. OwhNb by hotels in thi-- .lUiot. cradle was pulled over to the Iwuch, abound in coal, iron and timber, and at y, Druggist. 1 in OH MUNTHLV KICKNtSS , when-- the little womnn locked it with this end gives direct connection with Our Very Beat People ir TAKEN OUWlO CHANQt Q uC i.r foot, and while her hands were en- both Louisville and Cincinnati. After Confirm our siaieiuent lawheearcaay tnat Dr Ack-to GrVlAT Jr.HLR SUfTtRlNQwiaHt WCKJIQ o? er's Enaliab Remedy iu eterv gaged with tu holdenng jot slie crooned discussing this most interesting question any anefail oth.rprepnrations firway superior and TO"WOMAN J50PK the thr.ui "IILPK fJUA. KOLTTJO. ' the lullaby that peopled baby's dreams at length, it was decided to s.iy to Mr. lung's In vrhoopins cough and cruup, is magic BRAMZID REGULATOR CD. ATLANTA UA. h,t We oHer tLiaurAucm tctn with un".y, Lmny creatures One baby Arthur that Garrard would give $150,000 and relieves at once this remedyyou a simplea posTlio Shortost (itiUQiilckortt Itouto from is s..ld on The Stanford & Logan's Creek followed another: the lie free Remember Central llontucky to all polntu North. sewing was put and it wns believed that the other coun- itive fuaraniec, at A R Penny's. Turnpike Co. Eant. Wont anct South-Wonout. .so wan the family washing, and the Kant Dr Aokor'n KnKltab Pllla Ltnobotwuon LoxlnK'ton nnU Cincincheery little tinker cut and hammered ties nloni: the lino would come to the d, E I I'.flce. I) W Wctheiiniler-iu- Are nati. S H llnigl.mn, J I'ecn. J !j and soldered away, pocketing the bright front with equally liberal subscriptions. ache, active, erTc.tive and pure offor sick head appetite, lad disordred stomach, lo.s Huirhet, W H Miller, J. S Owsley and John compleaionand biliou.iwss, t ley hate never been SCHKDILl. IN UrFKCT MA 11, together and liits of silver that enabled her to run tho We ceitaiuly nei'il a railroad and anyhereby associ-t- e ourselif Hail, equaled either in America or abroad lor sale b) become incorpor ted pursuant to the provision; lioupe and feed and clothe her little ones. body who will devise wnvs and means A R Penny, I)rui;;ist No 2. No. . No (, ' Souti Itiaad BllMnev La Sur & in lllOe days Was brisk It toward building one will bo regarded as tueVy, by te corporate name of the K Daily Snn. Tornoio Cough That Logai,',f Creel. I urnpike ittml Company (lime It millUtO to tier, ntnl flin JUeimt F1IIU . ' m j... .tif (! iu l .. In the morning, hurried or difficult Ircilhin U5 I.vec,m mi' ati t ...t ' lilt i)Ulin H i. vVHUUciyw profiti.vn kmliiinft - u iwirueu iu .loin a pipe IU IWO mm- - a public beuefnetor. iinamlrupm 1' J5 V. Haca.lar vising phlegm, U;bincss in the chest quick, ni g ami operating for I is am lof pa muintaiiiln I.ve l . melon il in .. ....... t ... I ..(... fi.rtfr hit,nnin. mes. pulse, chilliness in the evening or sweatv at nisbt men jtmi women liocKed to tho v 44 a in i, 17 y m. a ol p in Lve Falmouth. iww " miieo turnmsf ....j, Trulliug Spo'in. ail or any of these tlutv;. jre the tfir.t sli.es o in ciaiu.iu, rj., 11 10 p naj rr Paris it apouiton Ji un siicct fouthward between i u Mills shop with urgency jobs just to tee .miirj pni, e jo p Enthusiastic votanes tf the piscatorial consumption. Dr Acker . Kngdsh C.ij;h Heme the, 12 on p m 10 alley leadint; tlierefroin Arr I.i.iugfn .5 I.! 11 fearful ) prcmii.fi of .Mrv. Mollic Mjcrs huirs and John M her worlt. Lvei ybody comes on business, art will hul with gratitude a device dey will cure th..e guarantee miitom,, and Pinii) 11 jo a I.ve Pans H liipn A by over said under a positive Hail and running thence outhward oastwardK-bW inche.ter. 6 10 p m though, for tho neighbors know her aver- which has just leon patented. This con- Druggist. Air It ot m allev totlic'St Asiph llranch, thence 7 jo p a p in rr Hifhmond 40 the premises of 1) W V.indcvecr, Hughes A. sion to gossip and busybodies. New sists of a trolling spom with a iletiblo 4 ss p m Arr Lancaster. Tbo'Flrst Symptoms of Death. I'lyton.A E Hale's heir. S II n..uchmiu, J. York World 10 ti m An Stanford shield in front of the honk for tho E 1. Ttrcu tua point near headache, pains in variou Tired feeling.dull H ihank." heir, and Ki body, .inking at the pit of the st 5J p m . ... parts of Lojran's Croel. and a (.mill crcelc emptjin in l-wJfr of fouling or catching objf-ct' Alle llcrea nd in ach, loss the appetite, w. Pence", house, thcrcc up pimples or son- ) l pm . of A Tcriino llraln Woilicir. thereto in front of It the water. A similar shield is fixed on arc ail positive tvtoeuce 01 poisceieu u uou. .s S H Shanks o Livington. in 5 Atr Login's Cieek b the prtimiscsof Murat Hnlatead is ti shining type of a swivel just Iwhind the tail of tlte intersection with the Stannow it became poisoned it must be punti. d and D.ive Colliei toan stxion, matter No 5 No i. He lives nt tho projecting laterally beyond the points of tnavoid denth Dr Acker's Kn;litb lllood Klixir ford and CrnU Orchard turpike nenr olthe stone the working journalist. l JsJr'plitSl--B- e s0 said road Chappell Tho lenjtu has never failed to remove scrufulotis or .jpSilitic liouscofMri IJrevtvnrt houte. Cvery monmig ho is at the hooks, so that guarantee at A K, miles I contact with any col- iioisons Sold under positive to be about two $ 00 a m I.ve I.ivinjiton of bunne shall be Stan- - The Standard-Uniooffice in Brooklyn 3. The principal place liding object will bo mado by the shield Petinv's . . 'CWrtJrD 4 10 25 a m I.ve llerea ford, Lincoln county, Kl .J til ,l. 1T1.. Arr Richmond... 11 45 a m shall commence on the 19th by 3 o'clock, nnd sometimes earlier. A instead of the hooks, nail n great saving 4 The corporation terminate on the 10th SIlIc-.- ' :'icrs,citfiI IMtj. divof July, i;m. wl anJ sooner terminnted bj a dozeu pencils have been shaipened for 1:1 lime and discursive language will be 7 00 a m 'I hep Ui ,. ntii' on with i ,tres and dispatch I.ve Stanfprd . . lulv. wt. unles I.ve Lancaster "lh in- - on the him. and lie throws off his coat and s. cured. New York Commercial Adtt" lonsorial Art K omiui Anim;vr'.i il s . ij ihrt-u745am 01 inc siks uuui.ii..,, 10 ou a m Arr Richmond. vote ot Hie uones llvor, stomich ud 111A' Is plunges into work without any fussy vertiser. . 'lhe juthorued cipital Stock ih sU thousand p e 1, - " Hve Richmond. A now pr.n.- le Tin v tons 10 p m 6 10 am .77.. Tliomjjson, r. .7u..""hu l, "c.V."?re 3 prelimmanes. He wntes steadily until nasi, lan.l m, e torpid hv p'K nnd cofst'p.i Air Winchester 2 00 p m 7 15 a tni 00 .. 31 lMiiuia tins bill " n. wou.. and i'ii dr for mi picu tion 2 40 p in 7 4I a m'. Arr Paris ,1 u st nforl.K i it'll la Pnrt ' in;, Hut the corporation An lrito p. in I he result is over a half page Pearl for Coiinti-ss- . ot Directors .hail prescribe ' Stn.il ib'.i si t, UdoM's o Sctinti Lve Lesiucton p in a t On Satm day Charles LIHs. an amaSamples Ireo ui A It J'.iti) s btar.ior. of S jet eruceful. yo m1 I.ve Pans 6 53 ... .. 2 05 p m 700 a nil4"ep,n 421pm TIic-- Woittlurliil Toiwr. nrtirles shlll have been sub- - editOU.ll opinions. Then Mr. Halstead teur fisher, found a iwarl m the p m 9 13 a in 3 26 p n? Lve falmoutli 4 12 authotwed by Arr Covington IW1 ne .diviaea nto yvriu.a H Colllinn-oft- Oll , 5 40 p m 10 3$ a m 6 30 p m he capital .to Tho nistK'st strictuit- in the world is r.lil rivir, at scribed. near Galena, II Arr Cincinnati 5 50 P m 10 45 a m o 38 p ra Tower, nt lhe xrorU t buyer illfOiivery 1'arn cnai rf t tm-- MIU' Hut certain inmlrthe'hJiUr to one vote cither m person letter to his Cincinnuti paper. This ho Ills., which he sold to mi of Dr KrnnKlin Valley Ntis U Trilni l. Newport New. Vcsli itJirpiTrami toC" , K D ' CincitinatiNo. 11 and 14 run Sumlvy only between proxy at alUlectioii and at nfl meet- - Beml, very (iUy Sm,(lays included. His for .$000. Tho gem was oue of tho lower fnr nbtive It In protnct'iiir iiutnjii lippl or by written uli'cl Solid and I.exiiistoii, leaving Cincinnati at lies-li. TIP l ,n6S'iiio vtl1.'r,s.,.ith'l.0corporaiion haii oe man-Lcxingtiiu associates in Brooklj-- look upon him largest that has ever been discovered in cino ami hniup nornnutwonderful nerie fits 12 m I.ve builds Philadelphia 3am , and atarriving m. and arnv e uiatCineintiati at sjs mi cure Lexington 2 40 p. five i"c"";. Uceted f rr m tho wu, woudenng oyea. aged bv a n urd But Mr. Halstead these waters, of a dark, bln-dbrown spisins hi'ttlachi. nirvc pn'raiion. tii :5 P m. Baltimore, Now York, iioss. ili'opU'ssns "n " sMcfni1: says that he has found some difllculty in tint, and lemarkably IusTmus. The troublrs, tc. Mr .lolin It jM.l fiiin.of somiiiI On theMaysville llranch, No 9. leaves Pant at Vulpn or and Southeast ,hnll l eLciul on the first .Saturday in fillinL' in his stmr( f imp No. h'nrtluitmnmn pearl was seen by one of Tiftany's men raiso, ml . 545, J D. Tailor r.f Lognnsport All points LastOnly one niKht out Irom LextnKton, 8 00, a m and 10 23, n,m,at and 8 p m, arriving at Mayiville at a 10. p m No 10 lie has now taken up some "outside" lit- - of New York, who gave a check for Inrt. traiiiurt ji ponri.lN a iu.n'l iviuie taking J?:.SnrcSVciKV,Vua leaves Maysville at 5,13 a m, arriving at Pans at Card in tflect an n, 1890 Corrected It. I' iiHlr I'lu.ll.itrd i n.'rioiis ills $1,200 for it on sight. It is to adorn the o.isi--' No. u leaves .Masvillc at i 30 and 7 40,am. cesser are elected and .iialifud bud l.orU slnll erary Work nnd smipl iM.tf . of t.n Umilor ittio ITaTT) clerk and treasurer hut nu member of irniMr "A"ccom arrives at Paris at 4 15. P m. Those trains are coronet of a well known litihsh count- Nunino. Irro ut A 15 I'onnj h ubo guarantee. Some little time before he left Cincin per-idaily except Sunday. .,1.1 uliall be e.ected trtiisurer Ve Dail) Daily STAIIONS ess. St. Louis otiicc in tin- - c rporaiiau natt Mr. Halstead cmploved a No runs dally Irom Lexington tuCincminti I.x press Ex Sun x. Sun sha b eligible to nn Tlinusautis folHoneil. Jso 43 leaves Lexington 10 00 am : arrives Pails p1kt But he filled the stenographer's 12 31 n which LveStanlotil j ami ia 31 n'n 10 am; except Sunday In n reeml work on Disunse, Dr 6 10 pm Lexington- - . .. 40 sit j 30 pm Tliat T011U All Ills 3Ifino). No 8 Itsaves Cincinnati s 10 pm;arriv os Kalmoith .s.Ur..Mrati.n Frank In ;iie tl.o r.i It av time s,,1 ;ect itself notebook m no time. Then, bavin-- ' so (MuHt-ulv- es 7 00 pin it 4j pmj 6 40 pm Winche.tir .... . cvvji iiuuay iu McCorkle Well, I can't take that many ticwa'.! atiirlling facts 'IlioiisiiwU of hall not exeM-- 1 sevn hundred dollars s ot this much more time than he ueeded. he " K. U. Junttion No. 7 loaves Falmouth 6 00 am : arrn... people are slouiy itoisoniiiK Uum .olios private ,'iopeitv oltnoiiiemte-S TIk r.ni block of bank stock after all. 7 30 pm " Ml St.rlini: Jj p 7 (opta nati7C;ain; except Sundav enlnj; thomse cor'piratl-by tlm 11. o of ten. co(Te. to hi'l br eistnpt Iron the drbf nfthe would tttke up his pencil and busy himii .Vorshsad . .. S t) pm 43 p rain .Notes No trims dallv botwecn I.exing 9 28 pro MlCi tickle Why, you had tht money bacco and tilcol.nl Tno.e are Moart Whips, self ugain. Tho consequence was that - .n i C"oTPIVr,ur. besid - lhe corporators lie' OlUellill ton and Cincinn No 4 runs daily between i 31 l causing 11 to h ut rnplilly, thus gruiliiiilli- - near 10 30 ptHi " Ashland JS P Cincinnati and Lemngton nay lecomenetnhfTf orthti. rr"flion ho did about two men's work, and ho ready yesterday. Inc It out. pio.lucini; shorn. iss el tirt'ntli vrlii'ii 10 ,1 pm or was pretty well tired out when his of dtleltibur;. 50 pm .Not tnndrj make connections at stiirtj. m uric, bvsulcriMnBnd p.iymp foraros of iimifriy lil,,!,..,,.? ..ml l.aunu kl tlu Companv t a. let was oer. With all his capacity day iceMcCorklo 1 Yes, but I lmid mv week's uxorcUlriR, 1,11ns Kinulij mid shoulder,ami sud I.ve. llunllngtoti . . it 07 pm 6 2) (MRI lor points on the N N AM V Ky '. n. nnd fainl spells otirt failure bill after saw you. Ejjoch Huntington.. for it 30 am n the b.k ol den tlontli Per vrcuketinl nml Irrllntetl hearts IMPfJRTANlV-Trains- of fr,. .then .n.1 nairt lorhy'tnr this line nnu, .... l jj ma Charlcitoa . .T" tin pri'ss at and depart from the Centr ivline hljtlil) reiormnend the Arr Clifton lorje. leiueub cnx'd l the lloirdol Uncetor. of this work he is invariably in good spirits. Ho a ' 7 3 union J'aisenger New Iltnirt Cure- tl .comhihI by Dr. Franltlln Station Cincinnati, making cuiincciinns lor 3Itrtlj hs a lo. No rends the thrusts of political opponents 11 (5 am ' Lynchburg all except the 1'ria.ideut. shai' rfii; points North. L.ist and U't Uhi, o am Mr. Bareboard I tell ye. a ittKh kin Mlk's.wlitcluslur hiuuut A It lcnny's,btanfor. " Chario'tesMlle tmliruttl, .; yn,nni,..'ltflTt iirecii) with amusement tho bhurner they are Through ttcksts and Uajrgage checked to aov ' Washiniton.. . . a jS pm ?.. :::i ;; ii.rct.. iho Fretldunt and '"' joat live on this mountain air' destination rcai hed hy a railroad. ' Haltlmore 3rS P'" "vher ofS.er (except Uirettors) and servants ami the more he is amused. Then he takes A lioon to Wlvou For full particulars address any agent ot the Philadelphia. 0 I) IUH Mr. Holleroids Yes, ah 1 have found ...... .u... such his pencil and responds. New York Co tins curiiuia..-.,emuloveesol wruld not vi iig used "Mother I'riend," " New Vorlt 9 70 pm o ...hall be nveilbv the resolutlo ns Times. out; but I think a little food now and beHi without it It Is 4 boon to wive, who k iuw W.I. MUNSON.Irav Pass Agt . Cincinnati " Kichtiioril, Va. 1 40 pin f IJ1recl.1n.a11d lheTiy-lor e.il of .,f tho Hoard Uorl: In Ktisslu. S. F. II. MORSE, Gen'l IWg'r then would help digestion wonderfully they miKt pass throuj.li tl.e painful Write thu all the " Old Poll iComfort Ari. 11 Thi.c rporiti.m .hall hae childbirth. Mrs C Mcbtirge, iowa Tl exhibition of prison labor in St Norfolk..... Puck. .incfnnatl, O. .mil oriviliMe ulb.wed to corporation- cf its nature llrautield Kiitulitor C ... Atlanta, la for lurther v 11. 1:. IIUVMWTnv - i"l Chspler ?6. Title Prcs't and Gen kc Petersburg, on the occasion of tho internd ill P irp"e- partici irs Sold b) all Druggist.. in and 5.30 Trams icav un; l.eaiuioii at 1140 Turnpike, M.tnnc'tr . md No. no A big pilo of money goes tliruugh the pm Jail), oxrept Sunday crnnect at Vmcnes Koadsof iliol.ener.l italutes na' ionnl prison conference, was mj sucGENERAL Ol KICKS rVMindPlanl. the K) and points en the K. C. R Actscf tho Gen- - cessful that measures mVd hatnbsr o t LIQUOK HAD ter Tor .11 ijmg. Ciricinniti.,0 iiaro being taken hands of the comptroller of tho city of DRUNKBNNES3-TH- E ot K Kentiuks aueudstorv and sun-In ending all tho World thore la but ono Limited V..tibule I'.x from NewYork.Phlladel. now to establish a permanent "Museum New York. For tho quart thereto and .hill be subject to the lia Last, cure, Dr. Haines GoltlonSpoclflc. all.h. d.t... pr.. nbed by of Prison Work." Greece, tho republic Juno 30 he received over 17.000,001) (inthi.v, WaslunKtonund ni all point.Stanford arrives at wd dally 11 57 p ni. at 47 V it. roiute and its of tho It can b; jnon cup of "aidStntutes of Corporan.m l.rmiiid, a., ind all points Kastraaillro.il Archipelago, Franco nnd Italy cluding a balanco of ,;l,600,0ui) from tho thu kiiosvlccltft. of thoa person tea or eolfee arithout taking it, efTcetins a east, lluntmcteti, W Va, and sll local stations arIhunOtsLfJ fore u rut a. quarter), speedy ind permanent other, not ,0 tresp.s. on our iVnJ. whether the "d 'in vviti! whereof we hjve hs,,.,tito sub,crib-dou- have uheuily declaied their willingness previous'J.OOO.OOO. ami ppent it nil bin is a moderate drinker cure,an alcoholic patient rive, l.txmcti.u at ia o run n t'aily except or wreck. respecUvcnimesi to contribute to that enterprise. Beside3 about btanfonl 11 57 P m Tnoiuands of diunknrds have been cured who Ulivellill and intermediate 1890. Accommodation I'FA TON. the samples of priton work there will bo coffee The Thurman Olub, of Columbus, O , have taken the GoldcnireSpeciric in theirthey can points, Richmond, Ky.. nnd nlr.ts on tlio K. C U. V. HOLMES Or P W trio... .HUGHES, without their knovvlcd, and models of nil kinds of prisons, peniten-u.ir.oHy arrivrsat Lexington 8.10, a in, ex E .PENCE. will colebrate in a grand bannuet tl o quit drinking of their own freowill. No hnrmfu cent Sunday Stnrfoid 30 p ir. II W. GA1NLS I.S OWSLEY. ., . . ., , ,, ) P. McKINNKV and places of retention and cor- uuiuini.craiion. Svurcs cuar m. llosurethkeU re id real vtaN. N A: I V Mrs SAMFOUn riMVtv . H. RAUGHMAN, IU Oinuuay Ol Alien Lr. lliurmau, cuscnomuiiiain anteed. Send for circular and full particulars Ad. Ry ,n. D. ' JOHX IIALL.Vl.1 Mrs ALICE mrk-vexhibited in the new museum. dress in confidenre f5o tikn bructrtc Co., 181 JOHN - "AIL 1'J s wJOS THOS C I1AI.L, V II. MILLER Kt Peterabura' Letter. 'ON.J.0. S. i II SIOItiL, O. P .1 Circlnniti, O. HaccStreet.Cmcmnsti.O HAMILTON M C. REVNOLDS. 33 ' S PHILLIPS Interior Journal NEWS CONDENSED LANCASTER, to-da- y. GARRARD COUNTY. The Louisville racea begin o fill r. in;; ourios. The Frr.-- h iToveniwut lias erected n cen.nin unmoor ot traveling juries bavins: dutu'i of a tiomcwh.it Mmllar tmtnre ns theM? of like functtonniies establuV under the first republic. In the organic law of the institnt it was ordnincl that the institnt was to select yearly leu citizens to travel abnvul n:l collw-- t to science, coim .ertv and agriculture. These scientific ti will nut bo nppointod by the my of Sciences or the whole intltut, but by a bpeciiilatlininistrnUveooinail-wioi- i on tho of n competitive exnn.inu-tiou- . -- Paris Letter. 1 ul RO'Al li s ivol-er- s Ai-ju- l. WAem wrVTO. .. e-- bis 8AKlHfi Absolutely Puro 1 t two-yea- s,ie.-jin- POWDER ITotioo. t I . C . -- RICHARD WARREN 111 R- 1 . . a B MOV 1 Na-ion- -- Mlis-- r J'-c- d Dr. r-ci, PRICE, o, RESTIIURMT C" ii , b L,ynckr-ura;aB- f - be-- r.-re- A11TOLI(aVaV39 ir 1 r l-- 1 11 A 1 v .11 I ) C- V i - C. head-gear- T. SANDJCDGE, 1 r ' Flors-Hc-r PENNY, Dentist. 1 C-- I jr't , .alis-facto- d 11 v , 11 I" tc-- -- I t 11 AIXEN ) Courier-Journa- l. v inircE, 1 Mid-dlesbor- o. ,: I t , , i 11 I "! I Johnson 1 1 I t- - hr.t-cia- s. 111 -- rt K. HILTOIT I IM -- ' FAST MAIL 1 , imnwK. lot-y- sli-jht- . 1 Flncvillc, Kentucky. Scl, I it-- 1 ft - m com-.,rt- 1 1 r.t. i -- . I IS S I 1 r ;REGUIAT0R AENSTRUATI0N wrWr r . r 1 -- , 1 -i Icr-j.lc- . 11 9-- mm mmm I Kentucky Central R.R. 11 l MfF t. A- - 1 I ' 11 . . 9 --- I . .!. . 1 I -- 1. v 11 1 I - n 111 I 1 1 -l- i gt'l North-Houn- d. ( n SE3a ' 11 lav-o- f l.!cr v two-tnir- - 1 '1-- S'SlliSS II th.-s- e 1 f m Joss ri 11 1 1 1 1 1 4 11 11 . -- . 1111 n Peca-tonic- a Wins-low- - OLD KY. ROUTE 1 o exji-n-- n , mt-d- i Washington, 1 11 ;1SK"'Xm ,i.plri 11 i 5 .111.1 tPMisti-tHnt- 11110 Globe-Democi.i- stenog-9iW.-htmS- t. 1 11 Hi-a- 3 5 le-- i 11 -- ,1111 wr-a- n -- vi-- s 1 1 1 .it. 1 5 U'in-hest- I 1 1 r ltc-llsl-i. - 1 . . I ai po-r- er , I 11 I .c- -- A'iiif d.s-har- ...bse-riin- ', - 1 T-- 1 111 1 K- - POSTED. r 4 Sun-da- v. .... T.,,? 1 -- srvl fr-a- 1 s. 1 n 4 n M- I , ri