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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890091901 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. J. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1S90. NO. 58 T. H CARSuX, Cincinnati. HARRIS, Crab Orchard, K J. OTTI.MIKIMLR, New Yi.rl . REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Dealers in Impr oved Farms,Timber, Coal & Mineral Lands in the Southern States Offices: Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky., and No. 21 liroadway Xcw York. We beg to inform the public that c have formed a co partnership for the purpose of transacting a General Land Busine. Parties wishing to dispose of their Lands will do well to communicate with us civiiitr full description, price and terms. We will advertise extensively all lands that are placed in our hands for sale. leiivt1 of tin- - iMiclyt-tiit- t tiou of ttm MIODLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. CHURCH AFFAIRS. ireo M tt strontrvr Ami inort- - ltwtini: The 10th anniiHl meetintr of the Thomu Moran Irnusdit of V. A. Oil- htimtilaiit tiiitti ln or coIIm- hii1 inoru Kentucky Women's Christian Temper, axta limn ira, Cal . hi. 10, '"0. plfiisftiit in eilccln, a it iloes not iftii&e pin a pair of mules for ifi't. Drar I xt brio it. My little trip from wnkefiiliiwia.lis It Our town is greatly in need of a ante I'nion will le held at Richmond M'l'iiw to hnv the stlin-- ' livery stable. RodoitR HmU'Ii 011 the ocean win any- Uno cannot supply tho! t)ct ' 2and:t. enVcN of itiiniiir wit limit any Ciuii. lireen Cloy Smith p witched at thine but ttltNimmt. 111 fact, I whs m nlatint' demand. Any one can make good btisi T. It V. ln:. im.I overy timo IM the Metroolitaii ttaptist church, Wash- not here. move my first ejarulntion womKI Is "New The hard rains of last week cauyed ington, Snntlny, to which he had recelv Letter From" Georgia York," with urmt iMiiphusiia. Wont on the river to change its color and our ex- - edit call and which he will likely at-ilo the Liu r of the interior journal botml tint otewwer TnwsiUy evtniiit?, mi. Ar.rT., spt. Hi. ( ne year ago I wrote lert, lucky fishermen lined the banks for ' copt. from that time till Thurtxlity morning Bullittsburt; IJnntwt church is nrnuiir- to your pnpor, thinklnp it miles around short I vet to stick on my would interest come of your renders ami The watermelon wagons an Ken no ing for its With anniversary. For .'W not a thitij: tttomach. I didn't attempt to out Rtiy- - ' now I ainl you another, thinkim; it more on our streets. They are gone years Dr. .1. A. Ivirtley lias been its pas- -, tliintjoit the bout the very sijjlit of rit- - will not be out of place. I have been whore the whaugdoodlo inoiirnetli and tor. He succeeded his father, who serv-- ' od 2n years. urIh mnde ini Dicker. Wasn't out of my here nines last Christmas and am thor- - the woodbine twineth. He v. .Mr. Harris, of the llaptiet The- Quite a lively crowd of young ladies lwrth mi hoiirdiirinc the voyage, and for oughly acclimted, thonah I am bound u day or two after vettim: on land it to acknowledge a little homesick, but the and gentlemen visited tho chinquapin ological Seminary, Louisville, is holding Hbonuii to me that everythini; wa oil- thing slnd know not when I grove Sunday afternoon. All to a revival at .McKinney, and his dincours-enjocs are bpoken of very highly by those ing and dippiuu like the Memner. I had will gee old Kentuckv nirain. Tmilo themselves greatly. When the weary one has letired to who have heard him. ridden on the I'Rrirtc Itefore, and on the heie now i, opening up lively. Finest Kentucky Southern Methodist, Atlantic, ChtWRpeake llay and two of tho cotton crop foi years. The only trouble his pleasant couch for tho night, he is Uikea, but hil never itxpuriuncod cotton has iIccIiiuhI in price from lie to aroused from his peaceful slumbers at Conference, just closed at Lexington, had f;rot the. least nausea, and had Iteuu to think KJ, quite a fall oil', and a great many aiu tho hour of midnight by the melodious local preachers, ll'l; white )iueinbers, 2",- I waH holding for letter prices. Notwithmnnd- - cries and melancholy voices of the raging i0- -: infant baptisms,, :S7:t; adult baptisms, I was proof ngatnst , I'M); churches, 2(15; parsonages, r2; Sun- ing all thte, the receipt up to the present Tom Cats. uot without cotnpnny in my (1. W. Holland, of Yosemlte, is clos- - dnyscliooN, 2:51; olllcers and teachers, Several others were $ Imd otr time has surpyikd anything for yeare. however. scholars, i:i,7!0. as myself, and the worst of it wag, they A greut niaur farmer whose notes are ing out his store-- , ami other -- business ltnd to go on to San r'nuici.x. I shall not duo till Oct. 1Mb, me paying them thero in view of leaving. Mr. Holland .. Kid. J. T. Shermrd held a meeting at oil' now. This is a great country and has been there for some time ami his rorier, in cott, ami increased the mem?ol a llttb shy ot the ocvan huroafter. friends will be sorry to lose him from bership from 20 to 00. Kid. J. W. WHtonnelo'is are very largo and plen- improving every yem. Jr., has just closet! a meeting at is no iloubt but what the Alii- - their midst. Therv tiful, ami the extremely low price at a nee is controlling mid working thing James Noel suH'erod a serious acci- Blue Licks, with Jf) additions, 2." of which they lire sold is pretty well illns-- t Kid. T. M. Myers He was out driving them in one night. ruled by th followinr A gtruleimtn their own way in politics. They never dent Montlay. meeting at Vanceburg They ami the horse became scared ami ran closed an for n melon. fail to gel there with their until. to a fruit-Unsunt his sou un Ihmu (i. T. Itarnes for Congress in this away, turning over the buggy and break with 70 additions. giving him Ifl ceuU to buy it mid The Lexington Conference passed ny sark to bring it in. Alter n while he j district, a man who mnk- - as oue of tho ing hie collarbone and left leg. Ho also the prohibition because, perheel men in the South, and the end has received other bruises on tho head. wne surpriwd to see the boy coining with Your reporter was in Liberty Mon- haps, they can take their toddies and obligetl to not come. The time is not far oil' when one oo Urge that he hud Ijeeu lorrow a xHieelliarrow to carry it, anl no one but an Alliance man can be elect- tlay gossiping news ami swallowing not be found out, but when a resolution ho albo had 5 ceitU left. Sakl he could ed. They can boycott and break any items. I noticed that J. W. Whipp had to request all tho ministers to desist from oue without mill, merchant or any other enterprise declined the idea of building a brick the use of tobacco now and forever was not pofwihly brine they see proper. However, they don't store and was building a frame. I sup- prosentiHl, they very promptly laid it on a lnte and shipu. Tlte U'Rcli ik a favorite resort in the do this often. It baa proved to he a suc- pose the hotel will not be rebuilt where the table. The Methodist Conference at I.ex- the former one burned down. afternoons. .Some go to bat lit other cess for this pail of the country. ington resolved on the whisky question, S. V. Wells, of Jessamine, was hero There is not a possibility of a doubt J, to sit in the cool breeae and look on. The That We USe all honorable means tO water being aha I low for a considerable but what all the farmers in this Suite Monday lepresentiug the Continental ....-- ,. ..,i..' abstenance for the individual Co. Severn! of our tow nsmon Insurance Great improvement distance out, the Itottom smooth and are benefited. W. Austin, of Mc- and total prohibition for the State. That aandy and the wave coming in lively, here hiuce Ittet year. We have "JO miles insured with him. , a surf both very pleas of street railway run by electricity; have Kinney, moved here Monday. Several tne inline in anil use as a oeverage IS a combine to umko and that we can not consistently as ant ami Invigorating Then there are no done away with tho mules ami horses from heie attended the Somerset fair. sin I). Royalty had a fiuo mare to die christians license a w rong and that we really, nothing, to mar tho altogether. This is an old town, but she M. Hev. Ward, of McKinney, are unutterably opposed to any system fun. Unlike tho bathers in tho Allan-tic- , certainly is on a boom now. The pros- Saturday. pect for trade this fall in horst s and preached hero Mimlay, Tellius Gaiin of license, high or low. That we view tho gentlemen ami ladies scarcely s with alarm the fact that of ovor go in together. In fact, very fou mules is very flattering. Money is plen- sprained his wrist Monday. M. Ritchie the liquor business in the country is in returned to hU home in Ohio Monday. tiful. chilmen bathe mostly women and have received your paper twice a Mrs. Scott, of Kansas, has returned homo the hands of foreign syndicates and indren. week since I came here regularly, from a month's visit here. Perry Wes- dividuals of foreign birth, who have no A company is boring for pas in the and Saturdays, ami am always Springs Tues- interest in our moral and religious intown limits near the beach. They have glad til gfkit, but it does seem as if ev- ley returned frOm Rus.-e- ll day. Mrs. Miller is able to be around stitutions." erything is very iuiet down almiit not found any gas yet, but have struck Following are the conference a Can't "hear much from home again after a severe spell of sickness. several weak artesian streams of water. through the JoniNAi.. pointments for this, the Danville district: John Wheat is handling calico and doI hope soon to be in Stanford and will Natural gas would le a great blessing Presiding Kldor, J. Hand; Danville, K. here, as fuel is so high, and the indica- reort ui person what is going on down mestic behind the counters of Pony , for four Wesley. Dr. Smith, of Lebanon, was in II. l'earce and W. K. Arnold; Ilarrods-burghere. Have been here alone tions are that it will be struck. F. S. Pollitt; l'erryville, F. K. months, but trust it wont In the case town Tuesday. Mc Wheat is Buttering Tli" drying of fruit 1ms been eaiecially next vear. l. F. Oatts. fioni a hovcio attack of boils. He has Struve; Mackville, J. M. Wilson; Chapprofitable this soaoti, tho prices being our tleepest sympathy for we have been lin, II. C. Wright; Lawrenceburg, W. T. higher than for years. The process is iii In kiiiI ItriMiiM In Nim Viol.-- . 1'oy liter one to be supplied; Orr, to be Wlto U there in this great metropolis there and had to face tho music. J. S. simple ami requires very little expendisupplied by W. I Vaught; Salvisa, K, II. s that isn't acquainted with somo one Cowan has Itought a farm from M. Jones. apNiratus. Peaches and ture Godbey; Jessamine, W. S. Grinstead; are cut in halves, and. after the named biuuifr And yet there aro not so Ho will move to it shortly. Pat Humph- llryantsville, T. 15. Cook; Stanford, T. J. many of them as is generally believed. rey left Monday to attend the Kentucky tones are removed, aie placed closely one were axked to gue&a the number College of Medicine at Louisvlle, in tiodbey; Kicliniond and Providence, J. If together on trays, usually two by tliree of Smiths in the city it would bo quito view of making a doctor of himself. O. A. Vaught; College Hill, W.J. Doram is no danger of rain at natural to place the figure as high as As there feet Somerset, J. 1'. Strother; Caintown Misthis season, the drying progtesses withTo bo siiiv, the new directory LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. sion, K. J. Terrill; Moreland, G. G. thirty-livout delay, and tho hot sun soon cures columns to the dUtin- High Bridge, W. 15. Uagan. In the In the police court, Wednesday, thorn. Then the trays aro put into an guiithed family, but thero niconly 2,',' I Cumberland District J. W. Gardner goes tho.o 113 upright box, with a b),ice of twoorthree of them. Oflare.Tohn-with-an-initia- me plain John Judge Hemphill fined Cicero Humher to London ami Manchester, W. W. foO for selling Hijuor on "Rattle Row." is Smiths, ami inches between thorn, a little siiljihui to llrodhead, M. I. Morgan to Tho Hrowus number 1.1130, and On last Sunday night the union of the box ami the Smiths. lighted at the bottom Pineville, and S. W. Pepjiles to Middles' thoro nro SO Urownos. This is a decrease which have boon held during the door closed tightly. Afterhalfan hour the of 7 compared with last year, whon boro. Crab Orchard is to be supplied. .',' fruit is loiiiovctl and exposed tothesuua thoro wore 87. Tho decrease may bo summer months, wore discontinued and I he next meeting Will be With the short while and tho curing is complete. taken as an indication that the final o is in the future the regular services will be church at Harrodsburg. The sulphur bath 6orves two purposes: going out of fashion. New York Times held at each church. Miss Jennie Faulkner has been apit bleaches and improves thoappoarance MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Wiilli'it of II lull I.liii'ilK. pointed to a clerkship for tho Kentucky and keeps away insects. of the fruit Thro is n saloon keeper near seven couples nave separated in fruit is now preferred to evapora- and Walnut who has had half a Ninth Commissioner of tho World's Fair. The dozen Misses Colson, of Middlesboro, who Williainstown, says the Courier, in tho ted, as the delicate flavor is better jtovorty stricken sons of noble Oornian last month. Marriage seems to be a failRaisins are sometimes dried families employed as waiters in his havo been visiting their brother-in-law- , W. 11. Moss, aie attending the Richmond ure there. simply by laying the bunches of grapes place. An alleged "count" or two, a -J- ack Kenney, 82, and Miss Sarah on the ground between tho rows of vines. couple of sons of Gorman "barons,'' fair this week. Mrs. J. W. Miller and grapes aie the Muscatels, the wearing white aprons, have been feat- daughter, Miss Mary, have returned llarn, 70, were married in Flemingcoun- These very same thing as tho Malaga grapes, I ures of the wiloon during tho past year. homo after a pleasant visit to Mrs. W. tv Saturday, .Miss Sarah came mightv patron of tho placo says that tho pro- S. .Miller, of Knoxville, Tenn. W. R. near hvitig and dying an old maid. think. They grow to a greater perfec A prietor was i republican in tho father- Marrs, who is now traveling for a milliIt is quietly reported around that a tion and dry more prettily in tho interi- land, and that ho takes pleasure in havnery house, is here for a few days. Mrs, certain person connected with the Me- or than along tho coast. ing tho iloscendants of his old oppressors ami a young preacher OKNKItAI. NOTRS. sorve him in menial capacities. Cincin- Robert II. Young, of Lexington, is at Kinney her father's, Dr. Win. Huffman, on will Ullite in tho holy bonds Of tliatrilllO- A few strawberries are still to bo seen nati Commercial Gazette O Richmond tivomic. J. II. Hrown and I1V 111 ahOllt a COliple Of Weeks. in the markets. Tin, I'rtilt lent Soiiaiiii. call nonw.u Dllt WO promised not family have returned from a two weeks' It is claimed that a firm in J'oinona Invalid Wife Dearest, what have you visit at Mt. Vernon. R. L. Klkin and tO tell. made over 51,000 in three weeks drying "? ia that basket? Something nice for your wife have gone to Louisville to visit Mrs. An examination of the hole through fruit. poor little wife? tract at Santa Mai ia is said A Fond Husband Yes. inv own. I havo K's. father, Col. D. R. Collier. Mr. Kl- which the live prisoners escaped from yielded 510,000 worth of fruit sold my best saddle horso and bought kin thinks of locating permanently in the new jail at Pineville shows that tho thave Louisville. Our popular circuit clerk, job was most fearfully neglected. The you a dozen poara and three poaches. this year. 1. V. You noblo. fel- - W. 11. Mason, attended the Dauvillo SpcciticatioilS called lor steel dowe'.S in It h estimated that the California' i.riiiu. troi) this vear will be close to 15.- 'owl hit mo reciprocate. Here are my court on Tuesday. Quite a number of ie stones, but they were not regarded diamond earrings. Sell thorn and buv Lancaster folks attended the Richmond and the jirisoners cut out the soft 000,000 pounds. moitar the children a watermelon. Pittsburg fair this week. Misses Clara Orchard a binglo day as many as 210 carwith a piece of stove pipe and shoved In Bulletin. and Ida Mauley, of Rloomingtou, lud., the stone out. loads of canned goods and dried fruits Hov. Dr. Uurchard is summi'ring in aro the guests of Miss Juliet 1). Gill, on A. II. Heil At Lake Pearl, ilaS.-,., have been shipped from Los Angeles to Saratoga. He is a well preserved, hand- Lexington. Mr. Walter Nichols, of tho born and iiomas Itieluirds made an nt tho hast. some and affable old geutlomiiu. A corMonroe Pajisbitry, n California mil respondent says thnt tho vonorablo doc- Record, is at his post again after a short tempt tO SWIIll a llllle, mil a Illile, Walk a lionaire, has placed 5S0.000 in tho hands tor fits well into Saratoga life, and there spell of sickness. mile and ride a bicycle a mile inside of ''Xington, Ky., firm for tho pur- - is nothiug ho likes better than to sit one hour. Heilbom accomplished tiie M9.1 ll Tho Queen & Crescent route is adchasoofbiood mares down in tho oveniug to n game of cards ding to its equipment 200 new freight feat iu 51 minutes )',)o seconds, and ' . . f" i i Richards iu 51 minutes and 15 seconds. cart, with automatic air brakes. iiiai a ticcoc-- , with some bright young ladies. Some one una uiscovureu .i HARRIS, OTTENHEIMER & CARSON grn House in Stanford For Sale. 9 The Pacific n Misnomer. Items of Interest Along the Coast. FOBSALE! Street in Stanford t- -i - 8tirkaaa "J"""'."""- r DesiraMe twvstory rrsi'leiic seven roam and Lot on Main , - , a kit, hen. larje lot, ill on Lancaster street, n rth of th ailr d Containir.. A C sIXE, 57tf Terms eass Stanford, K. T k Kcuso , i, res. ALTON, StanUrd. ! and Lei A Crab Orchard For Sale, nir I FOR SALE j FARM IN SUBURnsoF TOWN, 7o ACIlKS. Land food; new dwelling hou; good barn and teil at Cral, Orchard. K . an I now n a the Sla- - all necessary outbuildings, ail in good repair Mostly bottomland Also vin property, one Hick trom Depot Ihfhous and two good dwellings two go. J toic h uses c ntauii nx paciou room, , ne lattice porcn, one in town Will .sell cheun and on reasonable terms Apply to open porch and porticn, with all uecpHry W O. HOLLAND, LjII on or aii,1r- -, I) 11. KJimttOfi, Si-- 1 csemne, (."asej County, Ky Crah Orchard, Ky..fr mc at I'mexill, Kv v- -t SAM I hi. BLAIR .M I). -- j Farm fou sale. the i. oi For Sale In the '. ! 1 1 y lt c, on mi e "The r v lily o t farm known a An!'r- - j iif, U mil- from Hutoh- i'it tiniiu 4 a res, tht L rt j i w tl' .itcreil Call t'weiittK' 01 ' r i" i u1 at H ist jn il.t K iihlrt't JmMN hi I - otter for T- Twenty Building Lots torpor iite lunus cf Rowland H .1 PAkST, Ilowlatid. LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. Th undersigned will rent for the year 1801, on reasonable term., herh.irm ot v, Acres t Smiles trom Milleds-eiilKy The renter can pnwlce of eeiling this Fall Applv to hae the Mrs NANCY JENKINS. tt Uansille, Ky e M-- , HOUSE FOU Ai.d Df-in- n 21E1TT It frt-l- ntllu-tious- SInCK r liKVLS j1 U.E at to iji.ll the dr u ul!c I h,T m entir, .u, k Chtmu .lis for "ale M t ri,rt"1!,lar?.,"111,l,e is r u- -r uine i i y, roon ' Ls-da- y d desire to sell my farm of ahout 130 acres, situ-?va.;' ut lV "i"" r"r,h of Stanlord on the Hush llrancl. pUe, opposite the old church. There are about 511 acres in wheat and rye; the balance of the firm well set in timothy Good dwelling of four rooms and kitchen ami a splendid new u ,te! We detirc to ncl! our Farm of 300 barn; is well watered and fen, ed. Possession call Ac res, with fine in pr,, ement. iik hilling Hn, k immediately. I. P. dwelling ami nood outhoi" It i centrally lo- be sit en Stanford, or For particulars, s? Itailey, write the iinde'rsiirneu' at cated between Stanford, I jik.hut and DanUlle Cincinnati, Ohio. r; WITHERS. and in half mile of Huohle Good neighborhood, tchooUand ilmnlies near !v. It A. J SWOPF, Hubble, Ky w-j- m in The I nt us, G i'.i . k t W tcre ni.iit 4 z ' ii'taiis ASH. llufctoii i!ie p., tiif one in lituie inv nipleteiri ciery , liiit-r- !lut li Iiri.t ami Farm For Sal. I .' FiSLHIMC FOE S A3C3S. 4'-i- Farm For Salo. I FOH SALE will soil to the hihi t UtlJir. 011 the premises. 10-ce- On Saturday, Oct. il, IQ90, neser-failiu- ... SO- I 8j Mtu.iU-.- l cre on the Lancaster and Stanford pike, ' miles rast of Ftarford It rocnm, comparatively ba on it a uod house 01 on ,u,","n ?l'eh,"u neces.ary " " outbuildings are comparatively new Has a good g ordhardaiul isaupplwd with stiKk w l"r and a cistern at the door. I'ertons demrous ofhuymg a and well located place .ill MyFaini ", bir Pro",J,y f;V i,ttiml a t,H' lnd Wl11 poiuiTsame time some personalat tv, sucn as came, nurses, nogs, rarmuif- - Imple menu, com and ha j w IIAMS, Stanford. Ky. s;td A wish tosell pmatelymy and pjop-ertI ho house has rie rooms, store room, pantry front scraudah, back porch latticed irood cellar with windows on south side; outbulldinss all now, consisting ot meat ho,.s, , henerv, coal house, corn cril, aud dairy staMe There are two Ei !;!?,ern onc at nou,e. the other ,,t the staI here is an abundance of Innble including raspberries, straw berries, goosthi irie-- , currants, Ifrapes, , herry, plums, damson, peir and apple trees. Also some luce Jersey Cos an-- bwfers to registered bull One hariio one combined horse, both iiei tie and can before. by ilriven woman r child. One hnj;t;y and phaetuti Also SH acres of pasture land, which will be sold in one piece or divided into lots to suit purchasers Those wishing to buy a lot cheap will have a golden opportunity J G. CARPENTEK. Stanford. I - br' l 37-"- n soa-nettlc- s; SI'LI.NOIU ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE tifut'.OOD LITTLE FARM As Administrator with the will annexed of the estate of h Paije, deed . I will on Jo-cp- nine-tenth- raiwasiocnesfflrm AT PItlVATE SALE arm To close a 1 Wod-newla- part!itr!.ip uectdTut pruate ( I r,U our Saturday, Sept. 27, 1890, Moil-ticell- o. Nearly Five Hundred Acres, Near Moore ml1? Washington county. This Farm is situated on the turnpike leading Irom Mxireswlle to Chaplin and is al,out to miles from Springfield, 7 miles from llloomriold. j miles from alle Hill, a depot on the railroad between 1 1 fr apri-tot- 10,-00- s Ka-ga- e i Me-Clur- l- o tor-vice- s, Ilardslown and Spnnglield, and about an hour's run trom Louis wile There is on the Farm a good comlortable house of 4 rooms, the mam building, l A. M. HtYE. 54 a brick, having burned a year or so a;o and ml Adin'rwith will .itinpved of Jos I'ace, deed. necessary farm buildings, consisting of staples, corn cribs, vranary, smokehouse, lucsy house, poultry housw and yard and tuo lare tobacco barn A good portion of this land is in blue grass, timothy ami clover and lias a bountiful sup- Administrator's Sale of Stock and Cr:p ncer-failii- i ply of water, well distributed in the dinertmt pastures and fields; anil the whole is in Rood slate of cultivation In short.lt is a highly As Administrator of D I. productive Farm, which the crops of grasses, will sell to the highest bidder Stephenson, deed., I on and tobacco grown on it yearly attest. It is grain an incontrovertible tact that Washington county lands hae been selling 35 to 30 per ccut. cheaper thau lands of a like character 111 any other part of The following described property. the State, and this has undjubtedly been due to the fact that the county has been without railroad Fiv e milk cows and cal, es, i j oke of work cattle j facilities, until the past two years. No county in years old, i pair heavy cattle, 6 steer calves als, the Slate raises riner horses, cattle, ready weaned, i year-ol- d heifer, i 3 H'arold filly, i horse, i mule colt, 40 extra grain or tobacco Our sole reason for offering to sell this farm u to close our partnership, and to a mountain ewes, 1 Southdown bucks, 17 good man anting good land, well located, at a low hugs, 5 shoats, sow and pigs, price and 011 good terms, i will sell the cheapest One new surrey anu harness, cabinet organ used farm in Kentuckv No use? o co West, and vou'll but a short time, about 100 barrels ol corn in the field, lot ol hay, all the farming implements, say so, when you see this land. To parties' ho consisting of mowing machine, hav rale, plows, we wi,1,1 ,hat " ?- m'?ht harrow, &c , a lot of housoliold furniture, and division and we will self to suit purchaser. Call onus on the place or address us at Mooie.- other thins not named here. A C .V JDIIN TAVI.OR ulle. Ky. Terms made known on day of sale -td J E LYNN, Admr. .1 At the late residence of Joseph Pajc, deed., about iH miles south of llustoniille, Ky . sell at public auction to the highest bidder the Farm, containing about x Acres of Land, on which testator Inod at the time ol his death The Farm is situa-ic- h on the west side ot the Middleburi; pikeaud has on it a comfortable dwcllu j; house and other improvements. 'lerms crsh, balance in equal installments, due in 6 aiu u mouths with interest from date of pos.es..ion I'osstssun gi en January t, 1800 One-thi- rd Saturday, Sept. 20, 1890, blue-gras- 1 1 '?' 5- Sun-drie- d A Blus-G-ra- ss Pam A - PUBLIC SALE BLUE-GKAS- S FCmSA-LlC- . Wishing to .nut "farming, I will otler foi sale on the iTi'mucs, on pro-serve- d. FARM. ' post-ofli- ce ' T!! ' 40-acr- I c uv St A-- , -, J -- 1 in m ( ,- ?? '! water m it. Ihcdweihig is a mo,l n two story frawe of rooms, with h... p.u try wah.room, front and 'II iiuhm- - .u ,1 wu m , i here ale i iar., until. dM cellar rooms '"tabi.and shed roow f..r 5, head ..i t ck i k ., ti wi, scales, wheat bin. tool shop, poulir h mt n aim pit, tcorn cnbs, carriage stcU t n.11 r .1 good orchards and every vrict uuant sorf. rooins I'ui.i, s 0..1.1,. h "d "u1 ",a will also sell ill of c'. e" At the same k . , of and consisting canic.saiik aim uuicnar sum, aiso ni nunc HKKD OK POLLKU 'aNCUS CATtLK, ih,r(v head, from aged animals down to suck ar "daisies." and u mistake One 1,nf?-)ear-oiu pair muio, t sauaic geiiiiag;i saddle mare by Second Jewel; s yearling stud colts b Hamlet; 4 choice brood wires with colts by llashforcl and Imp. London; a good mule colts; 15 headofstsek hog, all the crops, farming let af plunder. Terms liberal and made known an Jay el sale. Cant. T D. English, Auctioneer. d J.W SIIELUY, Station can say without hwitadon that tins u natural four miles from Hustons ilk I will also sell at the s.,me time mv stock, crops n Implements, consisting to produce the heaviest of cero-- 1 crops, and Farming Corn, II and Wheat of Horses, Mules, Cattle, while its capacity is unsuriassel Any onr wishitiL, t ainine the Farm, I will aud generally kiHiwn a such in the iH?(ghbor-',im1,- 1 t ike t lr i re in fhfiwin.i I.i s hood. Tliarc are but 30 acres now uudur td r I kllOOFS M nlaud, Ky. ai,on(,he balance all set m timothj and closer Is well watered bv creek and nesir failing springs. The fencing has all been re et ,,, 1 Wednesday, Oct. I, 1S90, Thursday, Sept. 25, 1890, one or more tracts, my farm m i..coinCo., the Uaiuiiie Hustoimiie mm- - My Farm containing in Acres, in a pood state of "at miles from bhelby City, and containiiig cultivation, well watered; has upon it good '" pike, house of live rooms and all necessary The farm is sunned six miles from About 300 Acres. Stanford, one lnilo from the Stanford pike, two miles from Moreland and i 3- Owinirto Ind health I will sell to the highest bidder, on the premises, on -1 u cot-ttg- e .V MUtedce-vil- le aUhabelT-d,'" hluo-gra- .'""'' ture a"4 M a"'1 ' sifcBatsssssiLJtesJH A-lJlf-ea -- i , ,t, hosef 1 ' J. T. STJTTOIT & CO., HUSTONVILLE, KY. Are still In the business and ready to do anye have a full thing iu the Undertaking lne. stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly' new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J, B. GreJn has charge of cur business and will show cur good to any one aeedinir ill) thing in our 64.it iur . '."'i 46-t- tNr flBBSBK(l isMfcV " . if Pjr-"i- i C-- - ,1JL "';tp"T' 'F&C'fv1Z''''W'3r''J "ri'ir ""v!, f" "13p- -' V '"' iwrni(r - rj- - " "" - , TTV "TV- - ' 71 ? Hen. Iimian denies the rumors that of bis committees the K.ist Tennessee, Virginia A" GeorClay did not rife above President bis friends and punishing his gia Company has failed to secure a conenemies. Judge W. M. Heckner, whoj trolling interest in the tjuoon and Cres fcT.NFOHD, KY Si:iTiMBiiU9, 1S90 has taken creator inteiest in education- cent system, and states that Ins compaany man in the ny u ill positively take iwssession next al all airs than almost State and was therefore entitled to the month. V. F WALTON. The plural voting plan bfore the chairmanship of the committee on education, is given a subordinate place, be- .MisNsippi constitutional convention will Goods, Shoes, is DEMOCRATIC TICKET. cause he thought like a majority of The hardly work. It provides for a property and voted according- (pialillcntion. the man owning S750 worth people of the State, or Concuss, ly for Uow Knott for president of the of land being entitled to two votes, !, convention. The appointments may be 500 worth entitling him to three votes all light, but Mr. Clay was evidently ami so on. In the Mississippi constitutional conmore concerned alwut himself than the Aitci: hohlitip his speech for n couple public good in making up the commit- vention the committee on temperance to best. bid. best busiHolt tees. of weeks for revision, Kilitini and liquor traffic very sensibly reported I! with, - - vieiv of otVorimi been . , , : i i ' t i Kennedy, of Ohio, who made such a snv-n- e f, that, in their judgment, it is impraclica- The Glasgow Times is after State Geocso a,i yviu surgoods, lissiuilt on Senator ijnny ami the ques spending hie and inopportune to bring the be body of which he is a member, has at ologist Procter, who has been of whisky selling or prohibition bethe summer in Kurope. with the oHlce tion goods. we. been last had it published in the Congressionto so and. charge at home. It says that fore the convention. al llecord. It is toned down so that it boy in i, u u,n Republicans in the House started in I. nr t IP. xriuc.s, wonderful things are promis almost beyond recognition by these "Kvory year to rob Venable of his sent, Wednesday, ofgoods. We ised from the State geologist's sojourn who heard him lire it oil" in the House. began fillibustering, when selection, titled, choice be abroad, but the seasons come and go and and democrats n.v.ionl.. irv. from IndiSenator Quay, who has been waiting seen, to roy prognostication somehow fails to Cheadle, republican member against his be in. very patiently for the ollicial report of protest with stern realization." Kditor ana, made a strong his utterances, says the garbled produc- connect republican colleagues attempting to unHichardson is too hard on Mr. Procter. tion is a tame affair and that he will a man who had undoubtedly been He has done good work for the State and seat take no notice of the coward ami blathelected. The case went over. his trip to the Old World was for the erskite. If "Fii;htinb' Hob" takes this he City Kngineer C. - Jungerman atpurpose among other things of laying will have to draw in his horns and drop tacked Thomas Uiley, a reporter on the before capitalists the wonderful advanthe handle to his name, of which he tages and revenues of Kentucky, which Covington Commonwealth, ami beat so proud. him over the head with a cane. As oon are about to briug forth fruit. 1 on is every it, good as he recovered from the unexpected at- The Fay Tenipleton Comic Opera Co. not, Tiik prohibitionists tried te slip up on tack, Hiley drew his pistol ami pursuing good, advertises with voluptuous bills, repreby holding a convention at Harrods- - Jungerman, who had taken to his heels, good valsenting the charming Kay in tights, us burg and nominating a candidate for llred two shots at him, killing him . I every which fit as closely as the skin. The There were only a handful stantly. pictures are real works of art and are o, ice The old. but they put up the Kev. J. present, ' greatly studied by masculine admirers, ' ' To MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. of Penyville.forGov. McCreary we ij but the law and order club of Philadelwe Mr. George Gentry is very ill with to do is. to knock into a cocked hat. Gilliam is a r..s- In ' j phia thought they were too loud and .1 i i Cumberland Presbyterian preacher and typhoid fever. wo we not.i .sia.ua, h proceeded to have them torn town. Fay Judge James G. Carter, of this place, We ought to remember the fate of that other to convinced, we be swore out an injunction and the result Cumberland preacher in Doyle, before will be a candidate forjho legislature on close of the judge's deliberations in the matand, JIV . the platform of high license. accepting the nomination. r t t rt iiri ter will be awaited with inteiest. Cer. of Salcs. John Ramsey was jailed Saturday on tainly the picture of a naked woman is IIo.v. T. II. Paynteh whs nominated j an old pistol indictment; Col. Dick Thom not unlawful if the same woman can ap- by acclamation at Catlettsburg to succeed Main Street, Stanford, Ky, .11. SAI.IXGKK, as ditto for an old liquor indictment. pear on the stage .is she is represented himself in Congress from the tUh, which association becins Kt The Raptist in it. he accepted in a handsome speech. Hopewell church next Wednesday. The Mills followed and for Sunday-schoo- l Hon. Roger E. E. Young, of Rockcastle, and .Miss convention will be held A i'em.ow named Haynts, editor of two hours held the convention in rapt there Tuesday. Betsy Elliott, of Pul4kki, werv married the Marion Monitor, disgraced himself attention as he discoursed on the evils of Rev. Stephen Colyer, of Hmel at Henry Gerky'a Wednesday. at Middlesboro by appearing in the din- the protective tariff anil McKinley's notRend the ads. of public and other Patch, was with us Monday. Dispatching room in such a state of intoxication ed jungle. of Rowland, vm with sales of lanls on our rlrat wine. Ther er J. M. Williams, as to demand his removal from the room. Having secun-i- l the of are a number of verv denim hie farms in n hotueolks Tuesday. A ium'ati h S4iyH that Tolstoi, the The odium of his act might have brought Mrs. Matilda Haley, mother of Mis. Russian author, is seriously ill at discredit on th honorable body, of , m,.,,., would have been I). N. Williams, at this place, died SunPetersburg. It which lie was a member, had it not been St. I am now fully picparcii to tlo for the prompt action of President Urey much better if he hail lied belore pro- day afternoon, aged Sl. Rnrial took at 2 J to 3.41, rKlrtw hroOKht from $H.75to $1 1.50 a head and a bunch of Touttotsee Scaffold Cane. place Monday at Woodson, u ho moved that he bo t x- - ducing the lllthy "Kreutzer Sonata." Th funeral of Rev. Jesse Tyree was ewe $3.12. polled from the Kentucky Press AssociCONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. J. T. Shackleford's farm of I IS preached at Freedom church last Sunday ation. The motion was unanimouson tin Versailles nifce. 21 miles by Hitlers Tate, Pike and Curmiunl. ly carried and Hayncs went home in After thn-- day'.i labor President Lexington, was iinnlied by W. R Sumner, aged I, died of croup. disgrace. He ought to stay there here- Clay named his committees Wednesday AM) Lexington Brflsfieldat$l25. The announcement in the On preamble and bill of rights, Robert after. J. li. Wright and Will Hobble por Rodes chairman; elections, George Wash- - Transcript of the prospective marriage at The official census returns of the :d iniiion chairman, with Win. liorkole one an early date of Mr. John II. Wilson, of chased in Barren ami Hart counties 55 Kentucky distiict giyes it 34!),114 popu- of the members; legislative department, Lexington, to a voung lady of this place, head of cotton mules at 3u to $120 ami All work warranted aiul promptly done. lation, an increase of 12,01):. since 1SS0. T. A. Spaulding chairman; executive of- is bv her friends said to be a little pre-- a stud colt for $300. The district embraces 15 counties, which ficers Statf-a- t large, S. K. Delluven; ex- matuie. C. Vanoy sold 212 bushels of wheat include besides Jefferson, the counties of ecutive and ministerial officers, counties William Owens, of thi3 county, and to the new roller mills at $1. He tells Anderson with a population of 10,593, and districts, Zack Phelps, W. II. Ram- Miss Ludie, daughter of Op. Taylor, of us that he will sow 50 acres mom in Mercer 15,021, Shelby Spencer sey one of the members; militia, S. K. Green county, eloped to Jollico Monday w heat this your than lust. Taylor 9,2:!!) and Washington 13,010. English; judicial department and Court night. Mr. Taxwell Huff and Mrs. W. B. Kidd shipped Thnrsduy .W0 Lebanon shows an increase of M.oG per of Appeals, T. II. Hines; circuit courts, Hardin were married here Tuesday cuttle to Boston, from whence they will cent, and is credited with 2,805 inhabi- L. T. Moore, W. H. Miller and R. P. by Rev. Peter J. Hiatt. be sent to Liverpool. They weighed Harrodsburg has 3,194, an increase Jacobs members; county courts, Frank tants, pounds ud were Itoujut at The authorities here seem determin- about of over 15 per cent. How long, Oh Hopkins; education, R. P. Jacobs; revis- ed to suppress the unlawful liquor tmtllc. 1.20. Winchester Democrat. Lord, how long, before we shall hear ion of constitution, Ren Rirkhead; cor- After jailing somo of the offenders and G. A. lackev sold to Gen It. M. Ga- stallion, ftom this district? running otheis away they are non- no, of Dallas, Tex., a 2 ycm-olporations, S. II. Boles; municipalities, Young; revenue and taxa- thinking of tackling the agont of the Ad- bv Hurkuwav, out of a William Welsh H. Is Receiving His Coi.. RiiEiKixmiH.K was declared the Bennett ams Express company for doliv h g C. mare tor $500 and a full sister to him for democratic nominee for Congress in the tion, P. P. Johnson; crimes, punishment O. I), cx.taiu $350. J. C. Reitl also sold to same party packages supposed I Bron-stoLexington district, no other candidate in and criminal proceedings C. J. a gidding for $150. W. II. Ramsey a member; printing whisky. his party appearing. It is said that he With the exception that fenders are Fish, one of We met Col. John i e and accounts, T. J. Elmore, Win, will have no opposition from the repubthe Eastern Kentucky nabobs, while at in brisk demand, the Cincinnati cattle Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. a member; enrollment, W. W. licans, which is equivalent to saying The colonel's market is quiet. Shippers are quoted at Ayres; general provisions, Win. Goobel; Middlesboro last week. that he will have none at all. True a I). Mclienry; division o investments in that poition of the State 2 to ; feeders at 3 to 3J; hogs continue committee of 21 prohibitionists mot in schedules, II. oil) IW; sheep have netted him something more than to rine, bwt bringing H t Georgetown this week and nominated titles and arrangement of the constitu$50,000 within the last four yours. No and lambs in demand at 2J to 5 for forWEITIIERFORD HOTEL Kid. Hiram Ford, but that doesn't tion, C.T. Allen; charity and charitable MT. VBKNON, KY. one is more gratified at John's good for- mer ami 3 to 0 for latter. Hreckin-ridg- e institutions, T. II. Hanks; joint legislaamount to a hill of beans. Col. III Slw.W II I.K. Thitoid a:nl Holrlju mil matataia Herald announces The HaaidGn-etune than your scribe. will never hear that the preacher tive departments, Gov. Ruckner; joint they me lit fimt reputation. Chargtt rcMoaablc. Sp P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. Miss Leila Williams is on the sick that an an attraction of their fair, cut ttteatwa to the trvclin,; public. is running against him, except lie sees committee on executive, C. F. Burnam; Al. ! Nt.WCOMK, l'rp., joint committee on judiciary, J. Proctor list. Mrs. Ollie Cass, of Rrodhuad, is the will have a jwir of redheaded Ilivinf Ir.xeJ the it., v,. hnirl.'ttfitlrtl in the papei.s. re it with redheaded wives and a guest of Mrs. James Uouk. Mrs. ElizaMl Vcmofl, Ky, Kimi.nen. i Am t.. 10 ..unmMltt. tlir I ,'i Knott. '". " tv'e Kit ivjtoo.il le f, ..J son eaei., present. The exbeth Brooks, of Paris, is visiting friends Tin; administialion's method of reK In) .....iT ..n.i ft hril NEWS CONDENSED heie. Mrs. Mary West, of Kingston, is hibition of horse and mule stock will, of lieving the money stringency by paying MOUSE, Near Cologne, 150 miners were en- a guest of Mis. Angie Clark. Mr. and course, lie contlueti entirely lo wmw s $125 for their bonds the F. II. rtlLBY, Proprietor. OIHK ARIVJC two in advance tombed alive and died before they could Mrs. F. F. Thompson and daughters have and interest for a year or The festive peanut is so veiy - - - Kontucky. from a visit to relatives in returned London, be reached. We ml to ,. is not working well. The 1)6 It i ir Kiirin fli.iti'v high at the present time that the in a fine .talc i.l ulti..in .n .m C. W. Ping has moved to Loudon. and near have novtJ 10 my nw Motel And am hcuer Ai The republicans of the Eighth Ohio lock the money up, or invest in other average street vender keeps his stock in pitne.Mil than ever to jcunmnliir the nuLlir. HuhMe, Lincoln county Call on or adilrns ,n nt Among other friends and acquaintIIUBDK, Ny. Charles attachwl bonds and the market is left as before district have nominated his money. The total visi- CooU I.ivcry me a call. ami every con..ui.nct i! s ;m III itKIN'C wrcil. (iivc MliNHHK ances we met in the Magic City was J. his safe with with the government out many millions. Foster for Congress. United States is under KKANK KII.KY. 77 ble supply in the There are L3 uirderers confined in E. Vowels and William Hicks, in tho 20,000 bags, while Hut the government seems to be run for the average consumpC. A. BENEDICT & CO., the benefit of the rich men and against the Louisville jail awaiting indictment furniture business, J. P. Sandifer, cash- tion in the U.S.' is i)0,000 bags. The ier of the Bank of Middlesboro, John Loand trial. Most of them are negroes. the interests 01 the toiling masses. coming crop is paid to be n good one, Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Half of a fine business block in gan, real estate agent, and Capt. V. M. busy in however. Interstate Grocer. TANKORD, KY. Gov. McCkkaiiy is helping George I). Lynchburg, Vn., including the Western Hill, chief of police. All werethe chief, In extent of land purchased, one of their respective lines, except Union Telegraph building, was burned; who WVIU .lrillej Wise in the Richmond, Va., district, and was leisurely riding around on the largest deals ever made has hem factory pricet. 10 order and Tumps rmthcJ at Wednesday made a speech at old Hano- loss $150,000. horseback. closed by Win. Specht and Gustave Speaker Reed has appointed Messrs. ver, 0. II., in which Patrick Henry's Ranger, the New York "sugar king. ' FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. I'jCIXA. eloquence has many times resounded. McKinley, Burrows, Rayne, Dingley, They have purchased 700.000 acna Mills, McMillin and Flowers as House The county is the writer's old home and The is the J. E. Lynn sold to A. W. Carpenter known as ''No Man's Land," and 550,0(0 have finished my nrw Saw Mill r nulfi Irmn prepared 21 yearling cattle at 3 cents. lie cin guarantee that tlio governor was conferrees on the Tariff bill. Northwestern Texas for let pike. 7 any kind .ifStanford xnd acres more in tofurnih 1.1'MllKK il.l.KS The House committee on commerce received by us worthy an audience of Five thoroughbred red Berkshire the purpose of renting to cattle men as At ,at I.OWKsl i'RIt KS will th luin i 1...1 r i. i.i.. i"; l.iii uuuiuuk- -. the mdl nr drhver. In vnt put ....it :.. hoars for sale. S. L. Withers. tcrat 'r ( c tried and true democrats as he ever ap-- i ,uia 'i,u,lllJ grazing lands. me.t trial MWUoOl' XI ing the construction of a bridge over the peared before. I. M. Bruco bought of Smith Baugh-ma- n t iy While the corn is hardly as good in WI1N Mississippi river at New Orleans. a harness mare for $150. this section as it gave promise of being, Mk. A. Y. Foki) continues to make the n After n lively debate the House M. S. Baughman bought of Jeff owing to tho failure of tho ears to fill and About Kentucky" column of flrred Mr. Knloe's resolution, condemn- - Dunn a nice horse for?150. there is still a very large crop. The fall j a decided feature of ing Mr. Kennedy's attack on the Senate, l the E. T. Rochester sold to Dr. J. K. grass was never so luxuriant and there am well picp.iifd ti bore 'Is a id v.,1' .. ie that great dailv. Mr. Ford was well to the committee on judiciary, which VauArsdnle a fine Jersey cow has not been so much hay cut for years. woik in u j"'"! i imivr and promptly equipped for the position before he re- decided that it shall be expunged. ' A. M. Feland sold to a Boyle county Tho season has been a splendid one for At One Dollar a Toot. made by the Lexington ported the last session of Mm legislature, bill party mulo colt for $105 and 1 for $70. In the Senate the (."all .in "r iiMtn- - ne it . l inlntd, wheat fallowing and the farmers have but that gave him an additional insight passed without amendment and without Roller Mills Co., Lexing- 1.1 aMlllt Itll Pence it Farris sold to L. II. Hud- taken full advantage of it. The stimu- into Kentucky affairs, which he is using a whimper against it. It now goes to the son, of Boyle, a T7rr coin V r 11 gelding for lus of $1 a bushel has caused many to! ori TtTr to great advantage. president, who will no doubt sign it as $200. prepare for larger crops nud the acreage 30 acres of wheat quick as he can get a pen in his band. For. will be considerably increased. Axn now comes Editor Polk Johnson, Robert Ray Hamilton, of New York land. Apply to Mrs. L. M. Lasloy.Stau- !...! if tlm r.m.lrfiii rn..U..l ..u Don't fail to use Cream T. P. Embrv bought seven wood l" whose marital troubles croated such a ford. Grecnberry E. II. BURNSIDE, Proprietor broke mules for $S()0. HivamiiIi trt vn. lir Ul niv wiii nlil iijtljr nt UilUUll sensation about a year ago, was drowned Flour if you want good iffvi t Jones Bros bought of West End par- Biightfof Lincoln, bought Monday of by next June ' Jewhillikins But then in Yellowstone Park last 12 head of 2 cattle at month. His ties a happy Cook. Thomas E. Wood 2S head of good 750 to No lintel In Kentuckyli.it a hetti repiti.itinii, Bread it will tako those 23 committees nbout body was discovered lloating in Snake 3 to 31. and lU proprietor U determine that iliall be maintained. At the public sale of lots in an addi- 775 j ound yearling cattle at $25.15 per that long to get 'done, we fear. river, Sunduv. tion to Georgetown 21 brought an aver-ag- head. C. C. Carpenter, of Hustonville, 'Sports from the crops in the great are making the Tiik prohibitionist sold to Monte Fox 11 yearling mules at of $5.53 a front foot. He ha. recently atMcd to it appointment! WC8tera ra,n Suites ,ll,rm' the W!awou Mascedonian cry to the Farmers' Alii-- ! Tho St. Leger Stakes, the richi6t of $00. He also bought last week of Tate & ,,:ive been of tho "108t "scoraRiiiR char MkrAllrSQM" L08Tor PAILINO MAKHOOPj unce to come over ami help them. They the fall meeting of tho Louisville Jockey Cation, of Somerset, 51 mules at $(!(). W. IJIJlUiW'Haer.eralandWERVOOS TJIBIlltT Alio Kansas, lor Club, was won by Hawkins' Uncle Bob, T. Robinson bought in this ami adjointo be sure. Mrs. Henrv,- cier- - in uioiiBH8e-nuueneed helo., , ' xr nd Old or j First-Clas- s instance, the fields havo been literally CJUalilUJof Errors or Eiccists H.wKind. Younr. In Livery vote was less than half of Judge Fox's, burned up J.bw.i. a, .i suhikhi rati? over Riley, the Derby winner, W. G. ing counties 000 hogs weighing from 150 A i. by drouth, and the financial Riley to 2C0 pounds at 3 and is having them To accommodate the demand of tin increased who rau on the sanm ticket a few years condition of the inhabitants is deplora- Morris, Outlook and Goodbye. transient patronage. Het Turnouts furnished S.lHlii!l1iV0 ,:'".,i4 r.Mlrl. Writ tkisw ble. fed in thia county. Danville Advocate. Commercial ravelcrs and others. ko- played a close 2d; time 2:12. m. IRIS ftljoiCAt CO.. BUFFALO. mUZ Semi-Week- ly Interior journal Is the appointment THE BET PLACE 01 EM - TO BUT Dry Clothing, Boots, Hats, Trunks, Carpets and Malting at james u. Mccreary. THE LOUISVILLE STORE --. . . j The whole world wants bay the The is our for iour ness. Our Fall and 'inter bailing has done a .. ... uw uto fiuuiows me jmurcs. superior prices mat prise, will fo'ind in each deparment and graded)' our immense new ,ever before have line of able varied, oiler large ran, ana. uwutium vera uur minis nil udu liiich best grades new and popular styles in seasonable ojfer such - - - - a variclu that haue wear as they are it that these goods shall in man tnthn niW. as satisfactory quality and Jru Our stock j i a thoroughly good stock in respect. willjind only trusto, but desirable and, serviceable; because are because its assortment is varied and complete; because ilsliowsull, honest ue for the price, time. grand kick against old fogy business ideas is one little jobs have on hand hiss cason. business rule is Charge all the profit the customer will stand. this proposition, sa no, sir, not any ot that for us. What charge nronose lit ana, can ore prujic as in ousmess tor our Ileal citlrr are like make money, but it can not don plundering price makes a sale the public. '.! a friend " take orns way uiose rices, uooa rrienas, j unity Mnnujjer. .... .... r w v - - t. 3STOTICE- - well-know- '"la,,,,, . THOS. DSXTOrvr, OF CHXCAGO, Ron-ne- tt e :ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK A. R. ! PENNY. 10,-iS- - 0,-7l- '!, Al-mi- d n, SPRING AND SUMMER NEWCOMB well-kno- GOODS. Ber-kel- HOTEL. k. twin-brothe- rs S3-1- red-bead- THE 1 RILEY irtu. bond-holder- j F FOR SA3CE . Pu-laB- bond-holde- rs 11, I i- - ex-Go- STEW S.A.W I 1 I'.M-tlK-c- BEST FLOUR i I 'ii,ij I . I CREAM : re-'I- TTELJC I BORXJSTG. I Courier-Journa- for-$7- 5. FLOUR Gr: ' and anti-lotter- y 1 -- , i J RKNT.-Ab- out THE MYERS HOUSE! ...... """i""" l'K . 1 i aud3-vear-ol- d o ' Pool and BilliardjParlors I i m MEN ONLY! '"'. ..i.. n . Stable J ' 'J!- -. VJ . ,1 f , .s 1. z v"j vwaaia?1 Ial Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal . Stanfoiu), Ky., Sr.iTKMlint 19, 181)0 A ROCKCASTLE KILLING. Stkavkd. An A'dorney yearling heifseel at Higglns ft ers. I would b oblifil for information Bud Mize Shoots and Kills Dig John Minks. iter's. of her whereabouts. D W. Vundeveor. pti to The Interior Journal Mixhthklr Bench ft Bowers Wnl- Mt. Vernon, Sept. Is, :t i i.Xows ton's opera Hiie Sopt. 27. begin next woek to collcc will reached here at noon that Ilg Joan town taxes ami :bk that the citiatena of vjRW jjI)e 0j j,,,,, received t a. Xkw timothy Mc-Ki- n 1 CT U B.CWALTON, MEANS bus. ManoRor BUSINESS. A. Warren's Model Grocery. i jgl Stanford bo ruddy when . (). J. Newland, Mar-dial- " Nkw line ot ZMirler shoes inst received at s. II. shanks. Call and examine your accounts. I mean you. A K Penny. Watch km and jewelry repaired and warranted. A. It. Pennv. Tiishext place to buy drugs, patent medicincH and toilet articles is at A. It. IVnnv'n. Hi' i your school books, ink, tablets, paper, pencils and school supplies of all kinds from A. It. IVnnv. P PERSONAL POINTS. them. It is H'ttlini: time and I want what you owe ine. Take this to yomsolf. W. 15. Mcltoborts. An impiomptu bop at Walton's Cpern Ilou&ewa.A on the programme of thu voting folks Infet nitrht. - Mr Tim with friends litre. V. IIh.i.ish, of Louisville, is (ioi.D HB.uts, tiiieiul neeklares and friendship rint", "all the go;" latest fashionable novelties just received by Mc ltoert, the Jeweler. tax-paye- is of Uucolu comity will Tim w.t in town Wednesday.. please come forward and tettle. The Mis Iiibi.l Kino, of Parksvllle, is books for 110 are ready and I must have usiting Mifs Annie Straub, the tax. T. D. New land, S. L. C. sji iiik M. C. Pohtmax is nearly well "Our Charlie" is the iiuuiu of a new alter a severe tell of sicklies. Mu. It. 7.IMMKR has r?turnel from a ciirar just Introduced here. It is mimed for little Charlie .dinner and each box iMt to her MMerin Cincinnati. (.' (. Wi of Ml, Vernon, has on it a splendid picture of him. limns Stnfofit en w.ih down on hueintwM Wednesday. Srm i il excursion trains are running Mrs. M. F. Klkin. Mjsiw. T. .1. Fostim and J. 12. Hrwco 20, on the K. C. to the Richmond fair this Mk. J. X. Mknbfkb has contracted attended the Hirhinoiid fair yesterday. y week. and the last with W. F. Ramsey to build another And have hu office at the I'nrtmali Ilcitcl. Incut Mit. Dm. J. 15. Owslsy is down with a ufiering from heaila-hthe and of the exhibition, it will leave at 7 .. H.; story to ids stable on Depot street. Mr. hoiild contutl him at once. nenraliiia ofwith py He .arri lum mm re inflammation of the knoe joint. and adjiMtn tu the )' ihf finrtt astortnl .m fare S1.:W for the roniid trip. Menefeo will also build another stable, Wm. Fa who, of St. Louie, ie anil hpcctaclea and pfp,ieal all timc Ik. C'.il. LI Pclhli which will bo in connection with it, on do you jod (ioldsteui and cryvtal tilted in tfk r' ting her aunt, Jlrs Capt. K. T. lloch-itwill lr here one Ixkk at Tuia. We have one iramr Ir. SEiM Notice left ilthe Hotel prompt S w m Ski oemm I'liNbridiseil Dictionary loft, which the vacant lot on the loft and which nttentiim Conmltllion to call will tfoive 58 tree Mits J. II. HmHiS". of Cmb Or-- i we will give to any person sending 'us will give him ample room to do the V..tch IiT.in-ct.tL. & X R. R., dealer in Urd. has liwn the cues! of Mrs. J. IS. Ave new nutwcribei with $10. Shonld lare livery business he intends in the nrriy. more than one club h Font wo will pro- future. " I woitM r ap if 'illy ml r it fii Irii.vU aix) Mim Jrxik Wakuk left Tuesday for cure dictionaries for all. case of Beatty Wicklille, the negro ' untotntr- - that am a.nn it work at rn pr Tun ' where he will attend cob Vanta, nl would jrci in irkii They have vone to work in earnc-a- t on who killed Kvan Warren, was called at the w.iy of Repairing Xeatly and Promptly Done All Work Warranted. li'Cf tbiH rneinn. lfcn ville Wednesday and a fruitless OoRXLtY, of Crab Orchard, tbo atreet le.uluii.' to the cut-ot- i pike. Tbo Mi Clock or Jewelry Repairmade to get a jury in the comity. Watch, ir WATCUKS A SPECIALTY" the heirs of Mis. Mollie ing. m! suvPt of th Mia&ea Oonuley. Judge Morrow then ordeiod the sheriff Myers are all being moved back o as to I..ipi:t'ti Prcaa. to go to Casey and summon 50 men to Alto repairing scunii Machine, ijun, Pistol, I will take old gold or silver in exchange for joods. (Stanford, Ky.) enAM M Comma k and family, lata of icivo the btreel the proper width, and lok. ft, All gineers are making the final location and report yosterdav. The trial will occupy Wi 'iMiimburg, art? viiitin the family of the rest of the week, if indeed it does "Work Neatly and Promptly Dono rati mates. M t t'ox at Hubble. A BIG I.IN22 not take longer. The prisoner s repreA '1 Warranted Hy J C'MnJiTK,of Stanford, viaited "V. A. M." aru ttia initial ni a society sented by lien I.e Hardin, tieorce DenTHOMAS RICHAR'tS, Stanford, Kv. ,. relative, the Mbatw Carpenter, Mow ortnisel by the young ladies of the e ny and Mr. Nell and Cupt. Herndoii is I loom up tair, Odd Fellow' huil luij, entrance l.i Wmi'bobtor Democrat. office. here and the member- - of it will be eitcd by John W. Yerfcoa, Robert nct daor to H I . 1 Mim Fionkmk lixw, of Me Kinney, known by a handsome pin they meat llardiugand Phil Thompson, Sr. Rev. First-Clas- s f valiml correepomlent of thin I .Sale. .i Farm For .iiiitr those lettein. The society U af John M. Crowe, now of Denver, who was here Wednwday. ter th onler of the well reineiuixred witnessed the murder, came all the wny Well improved, containing 14 o. J. C. Un, W. II. liiarin P. It. Ks." to testify in the case. nelgh- vill and .McKllinry pike, in .m i II. J. M Roberts, ith their wivee, horhord fnither p.irticul..r .ill on ih,' .m- ilhIiIk-- . it Huston. ilc Mis. Pete Thkm. Two freitjlit trains tiiel to poxe each .m nt up to Middleboro Wednesday- A Still of I.. I. KHNNHDY. Mit. A. rbAsicY it ap (torn Ihimv other on the same tnM'k near Wilmore, Cain was in Wednesday to socttie it for the detention of Mis. Jim Cain, u!lc to help Mr. Salinger open np a bite on the y. A C, yeeUjrdHr. Result, cars ?, Fffi SALS A? a SA2WR. I i.'.. k of fall goods at the Inisville and enetnes piled up in a sbapeleag mass who recently ran oil with her (Mr. Kept :n tok Country Produce talen in exchange f.i goods. Nobody Pete's) husband, and was brought back snstaiued. and crest dauiaee st. re. h.ith. Mondav bv Dink Fanner, who found her "" privatily of continued 3 i.dAcr of doir. to AiLicx.of Memphis, Ten-i- x seriously hnrt, however. All train Mis. my farm l several hours. near imiieomiR', I'ukiski county, cue laud Ht aharfain. in a filifttute ot fertility Would w bo has been the guest of hor ith improvement rll joo acre Location unc said she was going to leave this country, mil aouth o Stantord, and tli laying f the farm f. er. Mrs. Prof. J. M. Hubbard, retnin-- i Whink Ik He? -- The Uev. John J. in uptb. Thre or all of thu necccaary im- to which sho would never have returned iintne Wednesday. Illi'ltiiUnrt editor of the Richmond Christian had ohe knOWIi What WHS Wanted Of her. nrrtmallM hall, a large llma rlajsllin nt rlwA room and basement lrn, and all It. M. (tAXonud wife, Mr. John .GO TO. uks. Advocate, wants to know the wherea- Mrs. Pete Cain, whoso husband is now building new. ror further ml. rotation, apply to I" ItDill .M. .i.isi xk, stanlurii t.uii Mtul Misa Kmma (iano, of Dal-l.- bouts of Lemuel W. Powell, who once in jail for robbery and arson on testimoTVx., re puestd of Mr. IC T. Itochee-t.-- r Uveal e at Powell's Mill, noarCroset, ny furnished by her, because ho had lelativfa here. and other SALE BV AUCTION. county, Va. Dr. Itlerty's left her for another woman, has had a Mm. John W. IIxstix, tbo elerer aecie-tar- v is Richmond, Va. ' checkered career. She was born in Ton- of the ljuirel Cwl Co., at llttebnn;. lnU-villi- M.sed down a few days wince to Pi.ihsast. Miss Ijonise Itailey very ueeeee and when quite young was mar-tic- Tuosday, Sept. GROCERY" to Ralph iluikett, with whom she At in a. m., on thp ("Minor e larm, n.iduay, on the delichtfullv entertained some 20 of her to lay in ii supply of oold. Stanford and Danville pik, I u ill til all my Ma. F..I. CAMMKI.U of Hook frionds at her home Wednesday evenlnc lived till hit death at the bunds of Wes llotitthold and Kitchen Kurtiitur, in.. hiding Mc.itty s m vieitinu Jifllue .1. Soule Smith in honor of her relative, Miss Wallace. Hansford, a negro boy. who struck him Stove, Mver.il ay Chairt, spriuvn. Heethoven Organ, Singer honoia tiaines and and thuTran-eriwere enjoved with a brick in a Christmas row .hero a at Cat?-.- , Baby Bufuy, J(ck, Hook Kitcnuoi Table, and many other aiticl. and a Imuntifu! ami wolleei ved lunch few years ago. Ho left her with two tie event with a half column notice. live near Conaoldatinl Statute and Code of l'rauice (latest from was freely partaken of. little children and she went to Mih. Kitk l)riDKHit is buck edition Rowland. While livinir there a negro AIo a large .iiiantity ot Farm Implement, im tI'.imiintfham, Ala., to diupows of her 'ai;nn, Tiik accident which delayed Monday's named Rob Ixgan entered her house by iding Cider Hre, two 3 horu Iluai;iiK. ..nt Waon, Ko luwiy, Koul property hem. Sho wivh her folk.s aie Carta. Spring Wagon, large lot of II arm. s. tn lay msontrer train seems to have been a window one niirht with intent to crimwell and cettiiiKon finely in their new No. Saddle, Ac, K.C. a deliberate attempt to wreck Xo. 5, on inally assault her. Tho noise awoke her blooded xtallion, IIKKI CH The t;randly-lrehoine. across the l.OA UKR, one of the aureit a .d finett of breeItirdio the main line. A cros-tiH.mley and in time to get a pistol a neighbor had Miiih IJtiiit Hi colt are very fine and reacniblr tlitir der. came near throwing the whole loaned her for and alio sire. Ilei.hylmp llillet im I'ain Nellie Vi Wallace hnvo ruturnwl from a visit to truck Icy (grandam ol Hinettf) tiv Boh Johrou; Jii.l emaak. THI n 01 0 VMM m oil, but fortunately it was running llred on the . hitting him four daroAlarvChurhill by Alexander Chur.hill, Mis KmmaUarninl, at Manchester. The train jrd dam hy Imp Margrave gran!.im if Kin slow when it struck it and no great inju- - times out of live shots. He was found SSatersa 5V.j 15 &3 S mile wHtun ride onoiitoil to aree with by Cherokee, MAhonw); 4th daM ry resulted. Itroial Mare and Hoe, sometime afterwards in the weeds, near- Seteral tirt-cl- a ti.em. combined addle and harnena animal. Di;. It. (iounrKiM, the clever optician, Hkacii iV How Kits u'uvo one of their) ly dad from his wounds, and biought Five or mx toppy Milk Cow three to (..live Oiia ar.d Windov Glass, Wall for a lotii time wi.l I"' at the l'ortman lloiifco a yoke ot Sicti, veiv Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, laughable entertainments to a fair audi-- 1 to jail, where he hovered line Hrifen, u few i;ood A. &c may sillier from dofeit once at the Opera llouto in this cityj between life and death. Recovering suf- Itrni.cavh tiM-rvany who Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobacco?, Watches, Clocks, CHAKI.Ks It IIKLI.. I I) I'.i glih, A h lintKt-r4 at f iM.jii. Call un him if you would be Friday night of lat week. The rouitKi-nficiently for trial he was sent to the penJewelry and Silverware. happy-Ww sustained its reputation of lout; itentiary for two years but died of hi . MARION Two years ago or more Mrs. A. Moiikml, formerly of thiHCoun- standing foi giving a real mill-- 1 wound-at Ixmdon with strel show for the country. Danville P.nrkitif iiuiriitHl PtitoCain and her li ft tv nit now 9 AcQflPJ off fin the I. .V; N , in working in John Wil- - Advocate. At Walton's Opera House. has not since been "happy all tho .lay." iTnryff Kaiiroacl Watch The nOOUUlClLaUlt younger and pretty this week, while thu Sept. '27. lmiiis' plco hero Pete prefei led the "3 e o ComiJi-uo latter in wick. wile ol ins hroiiier.nin anu ran on wan w c . '2t 'IfdnhAtf$cn I to Whur-ntt- , rs On Jupt. -tke her not long ago. Rut for this he might liiii8io.s-Miuim Maky Mu.i.Kiiand lSowie 3 SEPTEMBER 24TK, 1890, A Crescent Route will sell round-trir. now be a free man, for it was his desertof ljincaster, were over Tiiehday Oueen a VI .! iiti-i c llu.e P o tickets to Cincinnati and return ed wife who nave him away. Mrs. Cain has with their friend, Miss Taylor, who ' V a look thu train Ironi all points between Someiset and had a huge pistol with her when she SEW HAI Mil K KEt.l I AI l'N TRACK been their uwt and who ty) ? & Williainstown at special excursion rates, caino to town and those who knew Iier Mississippi. for her home in O y : 3 , r Mas. Lonii: Hoi.mcs, who has spent on account of the races on the Queen Ci- tepntation did not bother her. She w VV to a reporter, Heveral weekH at llaleH Well, returned ty Full Mile Driving Club course. Tick- talked very lady-likby jM..fon. ("omr .,d o hut showed that sho was a woman Kvi t nlfcred V., ,iiI.iv K.ur I iik and a noi ulkr to her home at Danville Wednesday. ets will be good lor return until Sep. Si), y iv c f.' Ntilie Alice, who has been allowing plenty of time for visiting points of sorrows and acquainted with grief. good ono Her daughter, MIm o 5 s& 57 td I? of intuiesl in the metropolis. with Misses Annie and Lou Dunn, She is not over .".0 years of age, but C jil with her. tioublu and care have nearly wiped out lie Farmsrs Bank and Trust Company Xfrl It is Mayor I). I. Carson, of Mc.Minn-ville- , Not since the time of old sun bonnets the traces of youthful beauty, which o z OT STANFORD, KY., Tenn., now, we bee from the head- has there been a fashion so popular as once were hers. o u enclosing the jounty little cap which now has ing of the letter ho sent y It now fully organize and ready for bnsitie with M for a head coverA crazy father at Portsmouth, N. II., check for a new subscriber. Our people the day with tne ladies Watches completely demngnetized in fifteen minutes. ing. It is popular for several reason Bhotand killed three of his dautilcid. will remember Dave and be glad to learn Paid up Capital of - - S200.000. U.H DANKS, Jowolor, J S. WELLS, Pli. G. Preac. Clk. of which probably is the ease of his now honoia and also, as we hear the pi ime W. I I. N. Out of SOU delegates parent in thu Surplus, . - - - 13,500. from other sources, that he has gotten with which it adorns the head and the South Carolina lepublican convention, nonchalant air it gives to the wearer. to bo n very wealthy man. only 15 are white and tho negroes chose ainStic.i, ,p. O' Sl'ANKORO, Ky A milliner told us that she had made SUCClbhOK tolllli LINCOLN NATIONAL Hob Small temporary chairman. SIANKOKU, BANK Ol' dozen after doens of thiiin, her order CITY AND VICINITY. The failure of (iardner Chase iV Co., book was nearly full, and still the cry bankers and brokers, Boston, is report- (Now loaiHg un) with ihewunu aac'aid under th aai .e muHarmun. Xew Sorghum at A. A. Warren's. was for more. .. , ed; liabilities $S,000.000. The scarcity of aio aa Ily piovKt af ii .hiil-ra den eiti'r in fully ai Xkw timothy seed at J. II. Foster's. Cask Contincko. Sheriff of money is the assigned cause. Tim Arson hiW individually Haiclio'diib'!.n IliiuV, - The Mississippi convention practic- li.ilik t ita tklvtl ol the iwomik ol their tocft tbtCaxaiiy Uiitns for sale. Cleorge Far. Newland ai rested Jim Cain Monday Are headquarters for ' vain- Iheaol, m adiltitoii to tlie suH'rage question by re therein al night, chaiged with Pete and Tom Cain, ally settled the ainouiu .nMd In uth tbaiw. It may actaa rts. Irutbt A. ., a fully utor Doc Hussoll and son, Mart .Smith and jecting the educational anu property individual. Tiioms Run wins is again at his others with robbing and burning J. 11. qualifications for voters and making it $S an C.rr. to e'.lr.ited their buiaiuos to u To old tricks. .See Iiih "ad," and call on Carter's store, and at o'clock Tuesday poll tax the only qualification where a while t!mc iniit;ilit me Lincoln National llauk ol building. hre tendrrour many thank nd him in the Odd Fellows' all tho cases were continued till next man has resided in tho State two years. Stanford, wa we cntinue tn traauat their buairu-aPlows ! Plows ! Plows ! lluy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel they wilt suf- tru'i u. off rin as ijuarinio for prn.iipt Monday at 10 o'clock. Doc Russell's A proposition to confer restricted uith tickets in Tin: K. C. will sell round-triperoii-10 urn, or Iwenty jvara" Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no bail was fixed at ?"00, but he could not frage on women was rejected. an hankmx and a UuerMHCtiOeimiMUlMiMa from Sep. 'Jl to 20 to thu tjucen City with Mtunr) htnkiM4. Joseph Threlkheld made an attempt give it. The otheis did not apply and plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to trots, which begiu Sep. '2'2 and last till kihbctok: Harrodsburg to shoot his wife, but good to all were returned to jail. So far as wo at 26, at very low rates. Tickets By his peisistent J J Wi!iam Ml Vtroon; A sk your neighbor. can gather the prosecution, which will was pievented. do good work, or no sale J M. Ha St.ii.lurd: return till W. she has been forced to leave be assisted by Col. Welch in addition to a J. S. OwWy, Sunfnrd ; . h I. K.Bibry, Snafor.l ; Tiik record shows that Mr. .Miller 1ms the lawyers named in our last, will niaku him, and had gone to the ollico of Col. J K Lynn. Stnnfard; A Carpeim. afiltdj;vvihc; Thompson for legal advice, wjien bpoken U7 times sinco the convention out a pretty bad case. Russell will be Phil K llaughcian, HtutOHville; J K. Cali, Minfnrd; opened, making him the third on the represented by Lawyer Davison and per- the attack was made. He was released Wlili.-tCoach, Stanford Ky for trial next Hook Kentlnift Short Hand, Telefiraphff.Aem list, McIIonry and Spalding only being haps Col. Urndley, the others by Hill A on itiOO bond to appear S. II. Shank. Hrrident. IrVUo for Vatulo'jue untt full information ta lOVPlxkiEig IV r J. H. Ousley, Cashier. Rise, my Miller I Monday. McUoberts. ahead of him. j - tiE. T.T. (iKn.iii, of Manchester, IS, m Minks was shot and instantly killed by Bud Mix, this morning at 8 o'clock, on lig Trace Fork, !) miles south of here. XoTita Dr. J. F. Peyton and I. M. The ball entered the right nhoiildor and Brtire, committee, will receive bids till came out in the middle of the back. Saturday, Sept. '21, for lighting and clean- Minks had dodged to a stooping posiing the stieet lamps by the month. tion. There had been trouble between them heretofore. J. M. C. L. Ki;i.txxm, advant'u man of Hench ft IJowers', was here yesterday billing J. S. Crocker, the man who hung his show and making ready geuerully. (iiteau, died suddenly at Wahini!ton. lie says ho goes ahead of the best show AI)VKHT1M:IKXTS. on the road. Walton's Opera House September 27. . Tub new engineer of thu Stanfoul and lagan's Creek pike, J. M. Corbin, of .in.! th. II injn 4 tk hr.. :ii of Ikittccn Kiwi Lexington, has completed n ,t two week ai, it and finds a very practical route, alioiit the same as staked by Mnj. II. A. Kvans. A Brown Cashmere Shawl, With ilk it at The length is little less than two miles. thelnlen-jr- fringe f iii.lfr will please inm.- leaveDan. at urrul rh.e .1 e.n! to villc. Mr. JOK CoFrM. A of my fall and winter millinery has arrived and I inuto an ATTEND TO YOUR EYES. of it from the ladies of Stanford ami vicinity. Mien Lena Kllis, who has V I R charge of my stoie, will be pleased to on or show goods to all who call. 'I'hi' well known Opliciani.fi wait will't. at 1 I 111 Mix Our call on them. Stock is About Complete lit XI-A- . LOST. ! 1 Fall & Winter Weights '3-- il !'. C.ul-le- SUITS, OVERCOATS and PA1TTS. STAGG & McROBERTS. .11- -. Saltirclay, September e To-da- (las . , r. Wel-6te- OBERT F r I - TO THE PUBLIC. I t., I SSSllTGHES, IlQGKS filiD lEIELRY cf-fo- il I.!i fixe OF V Co'-leg- po-.- l n CHAMBER SETS, TEA 5 Just Received. Also I j..it, M-- k. r. Huston-sileiid- id t. 57- -. 111 wai-ra- nt m ac.-o.- line of Parlor Lamps the Latest Designs. Glassware, Queensiuare and Tinware I'tti do-hty- el .,i ! M I l.'ue-sra- MARK HAR.DX3r. 1 a n. 4b-i- Albe-inail- ad-dre- se j d 30th, (890, .Ma.-hln- AVoAoWAlImmm "JIODFX 0tle pt tete-n-tct- cs i I For Groceries, Glass- and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. 1 W -- d o ne-cal- j n.oot-lj- - yh'yy Q' - thi-Fa- well-i.iok- Sho-ttt- , . e , . y . 11 j llrst-cla- COl'NTV . I j inn llUUllIlj m amp- mvza Eost I- V AIOH, c c p 1 S e how-rve- r, Liberal Premium List v.1 1 IT. AW, ed Kl ;s :ms. ssi i... a, n n u W?V5!5flWP5?flW! 1 A-- W. B, McFwOBBBTS, . - deno-utur- HIGGINS &M'KINNEY - O"-- u.liii.ii.-ti.ao- r, , 1 Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lim.e, to. p altcn-tio- ii e - our.-sitti- mm- I . V I BRYANT & STRATTON Business College AIIICII W IE? IfV Ji-- , tt f . trfk tions of Kentucky and n host of them in! Tub Hon. Kichard C. Wnrren, of I.in-Indiana, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas, coin county, who is one" of the numerous all of whom will be glad to know that candidates for Auditor of State to sue-" T theoldgeutleumn is still in the land of ceed the Hewitt succession, was in town PubllBhod Every Tuesday and aVjMekk Ai TSrrST the living, enjoying good health and last week shaking hands with a number. f ROYAL HVM 3 law blessed with an abundance of the goods of friends bore. He is a brothei-iSV2 1?1Z11 YKAU.1K of this world to make him comfortable of Dr. J. M. Holloway. of this city, whose n not so paid S2.50 will be charf;ed.W and happy in the evening of a long and guest he was last Wednesday. Mr. well spent life. H. Warren is a typical Kentiickian a !). "" K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. .' w V eVn. '. NtNx' clever and nil able man who will 'Ift. hubble! Train leave Rowland at 7 oo a. m , returning : He make friends wherever he pies. JL. i? J: 1 Xm aft 1Pw" at 5:30 p m Cyril liason has ltousht the served in the LegMattue with honor and &W, nrnTq rnTfnrrr stock of goods and will go into the credit and has alwnys lieeu an important L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. goods traffic here. Itobert Kankin. of factor in the democratic councils of his i j 1m 'Iweitj mi.ci the Mail tram going North itpm South " " Wayne county, is up buying mule colts, bailiwick. Mr. Warrvti will meet with p ra j Express train " South and will 1m at Utiionster court Monday. a warm reception in'l.ouiflvillp when he " North. ' 37 am 6 30 am freight North Local Sam Hunts bought of Mis. ltlacketby 2 conns here to rlx his fences. Louisville, m Making itim South stP niir.ti n in Ctnii.il I'm. on tie I H,t for Kvorybody is through Truth. colts for SlIS-The latter trains aWo c.irr passengers. Solar Mk Kigali I'omtt, St l.omt, The above is calculated on standard tine hitaa. breaking wheat ground and is rrasy to Peiroit, Clrtelaiid, llutulo, Tho Flntwt on HartU time U about ao minutes faster Indianapoli. and the Ve.t, thiesh now. Dr. O'Neal repoits Fount The Cincinnati. Hamilton ,V Dayton K R t Canada, New I nlaii,' Huhe-- t of only line running I'ullnian'i Rosseonvftlescent. William llubblesold VeMiSilei' l'r un, with (."hair. rertcctad Safrtt all miner t Re Parlor Slerpin C. WAUUEN New ItdStOll, Tom Wood a lot of calves tit $15. Ed nd tinin$ Car nrrvnc Ivtwcra Cintinaali. In 1M dianapi li and Chit ago and it th only line run of thr S .ill of Ken- it f..r la r..lwlil. Waahinnlon. Ilaltunr' r. I'hiU.'rli . Miller is building a graded road from uirtK Ihrougn Keilining Chair (.art brtwean Cinparty D. 'I ' t (,uit.'lke.t time to Hatr.xUhurg, I'rankfuti, hi tucky, subject to Dix river to Danville pike near bete. cinnati, Keokuktoand Suringneld, III and Steeping Ri.hnn.nil, VlRtilMA Short'. t ji. ,i Mackinaw, and the Car Cincinnati lukkeit line to The boys call it the Miller pike. Carhe I.inr lr. National m,,k ol Stanfni.l, Ky , i. Only Dlroot Lino All notehol Itr. and ot'her. Between Cincinnati, Pavtnn Lima, Tgletlo, De- floelng un it. atTair. man, Harnett and Eulmnks have adver troit, the Lake Kegioni and Canada. ""'."S "" again t .aid A. to tation are herel-t have rwnotcil " it nwillresidence, oppo tised for a change of county rond thro The road i one of the nldc.t in the Sute ol nntinvd to pre.ent the note and t l.im. again.! be found t all tie site Female Coll'K1 Ohio and the onlt line entering Cincinnati over 1$ th A.x.Lialun for pa)inent Solid I ram., t.ajggaKt ctr, mokuic un HCliH KHU. them so as to get it out of the branch on Mile ol double trat i.. and from ita pal rctord can ' time. J H iWMM,Chiir. coat hrs, Pullman tl'Mitl.iir Slevpcr. thr ugh m better ground, and they surely need n more than aoureitt pauont .peed, comfort aud oul change ti I Italian aga, Hirmlnf ham, Mm,! tafetT Dr. A. 5. PI12CI2, stream several yards; the horse having road change somewhere. Dr. tan making diret t t onto li.'iim en route lr kt a of Ticket, on aleerywhfre, ami tec that they GROCERY, l.ytii hburg and nnls it. thr villc, on before could not stand up. no read C . H SlKf.Kny DENTIST. P . cither in or out of Cincinnati, l im Indianapoli. or Toicdi . Stanford, reports Leslie sliorin to reaching a sand iwr, whoiehemnn-ageuntil And iiuxkmim; HOUSl. H. Mi Roberta' ,,,1 ..tor E. O M.COKMICK. Otfice on Ma"" to cntch and spring to the shore, proving slow ty, but in great danger of ('.corral Pafner and I'trket Agent lr Men Manft .d. I hate l lull lini. if fit .h t. 'rie and nfiM At Chattanooga for AUanta, Cnlumhut, Hi mt. making a narrow escape for both. Pres lung trouble yet. Cicero F.ubnuks will lion. Hi. tor hot. Ci. iisan T lai . Knirm Mai on, I' n, Chariestuti, Augusta, return to the medical school in Cincin her th it .ill only r t . 'i r pr Arnica Salve Bucklen's t lute Hr m.wuk, Lake City, I howasvillc idSiuni'Ki', D. D. S. ident C. M. Spoomimore lias had several 1 l.i ' r i .it. A R. C. MORGAN, I.. DA ptatit re.l .uraiit - mrnr ulvc in the world fur cut., brui.ea, keep b .ardt In it wt m x.h " nati this week to take n roure. Judge The wagons in the Inst week busy rehiring, (Jtte r.t ore, ulcer., .alt rSeiitn, feter ore. tetter, chap- me a t j . 1..J l.t The only line runnmn solid trains witb h e t it u1 it it o t mi ritit. ped DENTIST. . Pullman Houdoir or Palace Slepirur Car. t. hauling and making culverts on our new- Robinson says he is going to grarel the lion, hand., chilblain, torn and all tkik erup W i K im .inii.l khlt son. i lie without change tor nay cla.i c( pa.srr and po.it ivelv me. piles, or Bo pay requir & Lancaster pike till it is in Danville M nmci-oi- i ed. It guarantred to git? pertect Mti.lactioi , gers or n)gag. tr. ;. i sit Portman House, pike, which was in a fearful condition. Nitrj f tisi.'i selma and Montgomery, Hunt.ville, lit. tt r, t' fciin lor painicss Mr. and .Mrs. John Adkins have moved perfectly good shape. Hurrah for the or money reiunded Pr.ic i5 vent, per boa. tip stairs I lorente. Memphis and AltKANSS tantird, Ky I"or tale by A K Pennr, extracting nnt. KENTVCKY. judge! Henry Cox bought the Smith STANFORD. trt.t and out. ke.t to Annul. i St 'm.. M to Miihllesboro. Mr. Adkins is an exbile ' H .ml N I' W klnirt t onnei Urn. made at ib Cr5M ,.(,n ii Electric Bitters. cellent carpenter and we feel assured he farm that was sold Thursday in liarrard MANS witl.nm omnibus transfer for l.t tctt Hon. mil, Austin, county, of 10 acres, for $iM.T5. J. J. Thin remedy is becoming so well known and so Harness and Saddle Horsc3 DR. W. 13. can get work. Mis. II. M. IJallou and and All who popular a. to need no tntiiil mention daughter, Miss Angie, of Lacaster, spent Walker lost u fine black mare by found-ri- nave used Electric Hitters sing the same song ol TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. dealer in Fancy Roadsters. on green corn last week. John praise A purer medicine dors not exist and it is last week with relatives here. Hum to do all that i claimed Klrttnc Horsrs i. iht nd - M n urn smtll vertem, t'he onlf throng h linr to la k ton nd i. .' n( is in fiom Illinois and will Ritters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Miss ilieeu trar.' r.i er ci. in t t u.inr.-it0ee South side Mam nwt, in office recently phrey came down to see mem 10 tunes Hull's Slirrrrt I. a., niakii J .lirr.l t im. nun vacated by.Dr. I. F Haffman. Stanford. Ry will remove l'implt.. Roils, Sail Rhcnin and ( without .mtn. . trai..fer .r Italia. I rt W nt If s...,.,d Kj 'iith him here. S. W0lk in the 8,M,I during the week Mrs. Overstroet, of I'mu, and p .int.it. other affection caused bv impure blood Will Austin San Anioinri, A W no D K. present as j 3"a1ImN : u tioitisviiie, w ho cam over a week or ,)un,mr is ,,ol,t t0 ueceed in establish driveaoMalariaall from the ststtin andForatureot , Malarial well cure m. iiitrci-:TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Headache, Constipation and Indigestion tr) hire so ago to attend the burial of Miss Mag- ing his reputation as a horse trainer. ALLEN & ATWOOD, Entire sxti.lattion gaurantred r ! trie Hitters ibr.. nkh rales i..rr. r.inity m ti . a. If gie Dunn, was taken ill and is now Miss Mattie Migall, of 1'erryville, is visrtlundrd A. tut at Inn ii ( it v Kx HGEKTS. bedfat at hersister's, tjuite Charles Dunn, iting Miss Mary Hubble. Misses Fannie moncvl'enns's drug I'rute 50c and ji per bottle ktliNftll Wll' lllW IkltfW ItlMtsM) mt I tlr.t tor A It 1j W iidl I I HI A.N K REEL Mrs. l'a Ii gl rti ,t Ki s.rANriiK.1'. K l .. I Ii . K Mi . with consumption. Farmeis are com- .Mvopcand Hattie Robinson are bacK K11 Her Lire. A Scrap or Paper City,Tenn. A I It.. .' noma visit to Middlesboio looking as It era. iii.t an ordinary Savesot wrapping pa "" plaining very much about their corn not .crap JAS.U UlKXS. WmTaKES la.t per, being tilled out by two or three inches pleasant as ever. Elder Montgomery st.uirsbutofit .avrd her lifetild She was in the that M'KCIAI. AIIIMI'iNt t , , bv pht.mani ... oiitiiiut'ti'in. tra.eler. Ilottr.aid muiti S. ight ar t ' j,x una n succcseiiu meeting nere insi weoK, she wa. incurable and could only live a .hurt cob; can't account for jt on the weighed s than o pounds On a put e of Unix hrt t.as. . i' u '. t n t Oloyd, accompanied by Miss Mnmie f'os'11 w "'' : additions, 2 ly confession wrapper paper she read of Dr King'. New Attornoys at Law, ; it helped her, she by letter. Bro. James Wnlker and got a sample boltl I Johnson, both of Hustonville, made us a and one bought a large butt e it helped her uiorr, bought T3L. fast, continued its use and 327 Fifth St., - Louisville, Ky. pleasant call one day last week. Col. J. is staying with Mrs. Ulackerby while- anotherstronggrew betterrose pinup weighing and now healthy, 14c v' it N'Wilri C. k,0R" M. Iieazlev sold to I). C. Terhune, of Hilly is in the West. Dr. Hrouaiigh ie- is Dll.l'lONs SWITCH. K for fuller particular, send stamp to W Shreve Building. ports Henry Hester's wife and boy to bo round, druzai-i- . rort Siiulri Trial bottle. f r Mercer, a mule colt at $57, to be deliver Dealer In A. K Penny's R. L. Hubble's this wonderful discover) tree at FRANK MAKIMON. ed at Uroomilold the 1st of next mouth; improving rapidly now. Drugstore JAS. G. GIVKNS Dry Goods, Notionn, Hats, Caps A also sold I). X. Prewitt a bunch of 110. dog went mad last week and bit Sam a i.i Mme. Clermont is dead at St. MarCI i'ii g. llat.l.ai. Hoots, i.i irens Hall, a colored man. M. F. Herring hae GlYBKS IMRIEQH. pound hops at 3J; to James Gentry an. inwar, r nrr.iti.re ar il a tin, near Montreal, at the age of !". she LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI yearling calves nt 2J per pound and to sold has sold his ,mrt of the farm near was married at the age of 13, and bad 17 General Line REAL ESTATE, Crocorlos, here to Mrs. Hindu Duncan. We regret Dall. Sc.i.it. Tratcler.. Alex Robinson two steers at and IN; - lldreu, 1 15 very much to have hiui sell, as he will ?:;! per head. Mr. J. T. Dunn, of Ol her descend- All km.'. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE leave u and his place as a good citiien great Town Lota, Coil, Iron and lini'vr Land bought was to see us Wednesday. ants .103 are living. or old on Comm.'i n. I ser attempted between th great tonnrr 11 Mr. I'orter Robinson lost a valuable will be hard to nil, and that of his good volicitca , t cillf. on the Onto Kivcr ami (hitag., at A Duty to Youriolf. horse last week with some unknown dij family also. J. F. Rigney has leen the fa.te.t lime and m ..t ti.mf.rlal.lc trai t ' jCTt-BrpnELlT- S It is surprising that pcopl will use a coeainoi.. on acc. icrn an p 1 he tne uth, or t Ih N pill when i valuabk Knf rtlwct bsr-N- i THE CQMERCWL HOTEL sease and lost one nliout (J weeks ago af- - count to hi bed for some weeks Wearen ordinary for the samethe) ran secure A.kor's digit. h lualerpartor ihi. Irani A f8 6 Wt ! H P of earbuucles. Ueorge D. n..ney Dr. liahone drnomiualed The Limited I 8 " ,"l",e,i fueled like this one. Mr. W. K. Ainnti in ?i bV1 t H pills are a po.inte cure for sick headache and ad sWLatC I'" ui ert. r....,ig slock wt easploy gie. i.i, J. 1! OWENS, Manager, PP -- Vt' I ... ' """""! t "iiort . liver trouble. TLal a. .mil!., .wat. ...ilv I...II v..-- ; confined to his bed with a case of mala- - liM lK)"?ht OUM; h"-- l,t'rel0 KfJ Wkand do not gripe. For .ale by A R Penny S'V.M n n. get Means) and slick to l d IX't! fX Harroclsburg, - Kentucky. rial fever.-- C. M. Spoonainore bought of i Stanford at 50 tents per cwt.-- We W 5j III ATlllsY ' s.ni t, un auiwjr se ht,t flwui 17 head of veailing cattle Il0t Kt our I. J's till Wednesday and Can't Sleep NiKlite Wl IVA CrffCIFIf this popular hofl various parties nt rni atton, liase cards, map., have taken charge .urTrring from Saturday morning. Can that matter be. It the corapUiot of tho ,. ..... ..v.vr.- nt ., I'uilKIH niott a. ilrrss intend to run it in afir.t.clask maiuitr in every lnet ttn..L- ... .i. iv(.i., V.r '1IC O'Rl u and etc. Did you ma.consatnptinn, cough-papered and paintid Irom (Kfsll.T P. A , Lnms.ill. K., roapect It it bem a voided in tho future'.' More of them Dr. Acker s kngUsh Remedy It i the be.t l r. - bVkkER. (i P i lemg renot ated and nice bunch of hogs at 3 and sold to Ad thua.-"ton tobotloni, the hedJiurf n a Sold aratton known lor all lung trouoie. I' M ROBhKT. Agi eurything donet. male it pleasant and .Manloi am Hence a bunch of wethers, deliverey come to this oitice than any other paper, positive guarantee at 5c and 50c by A K Penni ThetaM.' .hall never l. last of next month, at $H.75 icr head. aud consequently more people are J 11. liw..o. ed by hotel-iA Child Killed. Mrs. Jennie Rright is in from H. W. (iiiines engaged to Hen Robinson, 01 MONTHLV RICKNtSS IT TrWstN DUHIMC CHANOt 0 Us Another child killed b lh use 01 opiates gi n of Lancaster, his next year's lambs, big Middlesboro on a short visit. Ciroon in th foraa of soothing .yrup. Why mothers gite GrtM UrHGlH',J SUFTtWHG V..LLB1: WBlDlfl poison TO"WOMAN"-w- v and little, to be delivered in June, nt 4 Hrigfit bought 1'7 yearlings, weighing their children such deadly child of is surprising J300K w hen they can ret eve the its ptculiai BRAOFIEID REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA "ULIK ti ItAss KOl'TK. CA. Ii per head all around. James Hiatt sold 700 pounds, ior about 3. troubles by using Dr Acker's baby SoHicr old by A K esi.'rrrs or morphiue no TI.e .shortcut and QuickeMt Itoute. froiu The Stanford & Logan's Creek to E. H. Woods a mule colt at $75. E. H. Tjik Lkmo.n ot Vermont. The returns contains opium Penny. Cctitral Kentucky to nil point Nortla Turnpike Co. Heazley sold to A. K. Denny, of theShel-bWo Can and Do from Vermont tell a story to which the TiiHt, Wont and South-Won- t Kant neighborhood, '2 nice mule colts Wood l.lmir, tor it hat City Dr. Acker s an- Mnobotwoun Luxlncrton and Cincin. T. lVnce. D W wise republican will be constrained to (luarante demonstrated to the people of thi. , ..u Vc,thundr-igred.Efully bean . i,,tfl..n.in. II !'. 1'eMon.I' k".. M at $70 a head, to be delivered Mrst of next .i nati. preparati ms for .... i... auu listen. It would be Useless as well as rylhtt it i superior i to all otherc.ire tor yi.hilit,. "a J.i .... bktod diseases. It a positisc tluKhc, W. 11. .Miner, j. i.' I'rof. Xath Hughes and wife criminal m nun together and month. in i.n:ci man n, ,,, HaU, hereby aociate ourehe deny that the situation Kisoning, ulcers, eruption, an J pimple. It puri to ' N . SeT spent Saturday and Sunday with rela- throughout becoma incorporated pursuant to the provuion system and thoroughly bull Is up tl.i No f. " ot the Uentrral Stalutea or Ken. the country is far from being constitutiou. A. K. Pcuu) ofCnaptorsG v xitti Hound. Sl u tucky, by the corporate name of the Stanford ft, tives at Crab Orchard. encouraging to the republicans. In all LoKnn'a Creek lurnpika Koad Company. l.uildmj. Is Iatfo Worth MvtnK ? to be conducted i the 7 The buaine I irl III I it 1 the uluctions hold within the past few Not if you go through the world a I ot i; ' profit Corporal Samuel Murrell. maiBtainiiuaii'l operating for county, a MacadaI ll a hi I 09 t nt ' 4j r p I.s ( .in." beginning Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets are apo.unei'. 8 weeks the party lost ground. All the I irl .mi nth. mized tunpi.i ri.d tu Lincoln a at o 17 p as t jim ot Ky Although the uuinber of pensioners addan lor the worst forms ot dy.pepsia, indigssiioo, tl.. 11 10 at a po.i.t n M.uu trret in Standard,beteeiiat the 10 i p aa1 I 40 p m ir I'.. 1. indications point to a turning of the tide ulency and constipation, (iuaranteed and s.ld a tin. thtretmin 11 00 p as 10 r 1.1. Kt n alle ed to the rolls daily sometimes is almost j j, m jfc j j r M against the republicans. Whether this A R Penny. uremi. - f Mr . Mollu Mycr. heirn and John kaid Pari. r over I I.e W hr.tcr. UN p sat 7" Hail an running thence nouthward pa.twardly as large as 100, there has not for many change is Arr a of A.iphUranch, thence to extend to the November Theie are tl.OHi newspapers pub allev Hit ..tumid s .!...' 7 i" P ra Arr years been added to the rolls a soldier of n thi prtnii e.ol II W ,Vandeeer, IltiKhca U'.OM) of which arc u men j... 4 St P nt Arr I. am aster llaiujhman, J. lished S I II de's ' Iel.ii'ik.' ht.r. and Kheir-- i'ence11. tu a wint near the war of lM'J. When in 1S7S tho act elections or not is a ofmatter republicanis in the in the world, Arr Mtnf-ir1. ' i p s .7.. H sii largely in the power the I'. S. "I.... 5J Lot; ill Cr.'c. an'1 a small rreek empljinfr in was passed allowing all survivors of that ' ki.hiiiund 3 05 p Mil. thtnee up p Ml !H.i!i"! Arr lleiea Into a peaeh tree on hi, place at thertl - in r jut ol li '1 rncc' hou.e, H Shank, war pensions at the rate of $S, nearly all lenders in Congress to determine. Tho I,. p v the premiiea of S. t.i.mglon . Arr J to Lot an'- Crc prompt and ellective correction of the Napa, Cal., Itev. Uichard Wylie has with the and I) ie C ' ier to an iiiterection near the Stan- the survivors applied within a few none ford i id I r .1. Orniard turpike N'jiih Hound. errors in the taritl' measure aud thecom-plet- e gritfiw! ditlerent varieties of stone fruit No. .W 1. The length ol .aid raad months and were placed upon tho rolls. house (Mr- - Cluppell 'o.J and honest ruliiujuisliiiient of any until he now gathers from it almonds, tw mile- te hi to few years it has been exWithin the lat e pnntipal placof buunes. ihall be Stanl.ve Livingston i 00 a sal 3. purpose to over bring up tho Election plums and three kinds of peaches. I. vu llerea 10 at a ln tOiint , Kv ford, I shall canncicc on the ith pected monthly that the liot would be bill again would hold tho jwirty in harArr Richmond The il43 a 10th entirely wiped out. At the beginning of .and and terminate on tne by day of Jiity, t 7 no a m ti h Lve Stamford mile-.- ' Nerte mid I.lwr I'llls. a terminated people. Hut in any case mony with the day of July, ' '. unk saotier L.e Lancatter 1 a tins uscni year tnure were on Tension this is no time for the republican of the utock outstanding r net on th An tnijxi-- in- il.s.vote ot Arr K11 hrnond. o 00 a pioss lire". 1'inn it'll a.io 'ow. . ihniiirfli 1I10 in ix thousand The authorized capital stockuch time, and Agent Walton's rolls II! survivors of this 10 p sn l.vc Uichniond. 10 a' ' in Thompson, Iv Th"y p pr.. 'u.iou. dollar which halt he paulit to be silent. Every republican now sim- A Arr Winchester 00 p m 7 ! a ml and tnrpi-ueh amauuu and upon uch terma at the Hoard war. No one in the odico imagined for bad lilt ii'i I'1 an.l con.l pi In P. I. ll Arr Pari. per should talk plainly and fearlessly lit, slant. Tl,k Ii Hut the corporation t P nt 7 4l a m . v.o'1 tii' iiren ot Directors shall prescribe in no tlmi. whenever three a moment that the list could possibly be i may organue andbjEin rmne Le LekiuKioa a 05 P m a H J 4? p Sm t and point out the actual situation to its Sampiea mi d A U i.,t, .isrtrt.Msto a.eutt dollara of the capital tock changed, except through l.ve Pant I'.ii'j blaiilur thouaand fie hundreJ jo p ra 853 a m. Iruu at p f m its being de- readeis. St. Louis by these articles shall hae been subKalmoulh . 4 it p m 9 3 Ltc aathondThe capital stock ahalt be ilmded into I ao p rr Kty a'ltatiu iict Starsi. Arr Covinjlon. p in 1033 creased. The greatest surprise was there- Hop. scribed. 5 4 6 io p in Arr Cincinnati nl nitv doll irx tacu aim eacn nre suan The nurrow escajM' of Mis Ii. M dearies, ot I jo I' III 1045 6 js ptn u.wtelj. iUa to one vote, either in p crton fore occasioned when, among the tertiii i: khart. Iml from n premnture F.. D. is won lley Co Newport t.st.V issipru I rains Nos. tt and 14 run Sutxlay only between Shi- st:tte. that ".or twenty years m by written proxy at ill elections and at ail meet- - cat es received this morning, was one of or "You would love me just as much, deriul Ve.tr n.leu 'I rami to iniiMti and I.eaingtoH, leavmj Cincinnati at i.v ihestoi:khulders. nenri troiinioii me greatly. Iwcimu worse at Lotinxlon 6 Th- - aliair of this corporailon .hall be mana survivor of the war of 1S12, who evi- would you not, George, if I wasn't a Hwl suiotlioritiLr spells, short bre.ili Hutict u l.vc Philadelphia ta m .and atarritiug m. and arrive atatCincinnati .' l.vaingtnti 1 40 p. aged by Hoard ol iivt.lirrcior, elected from the i could no! si. op on my left .1 e hail Pair) . daughter?" m. S 35 stockholders, one of which Directors shall be dently must have just applied for the rich man's Baltimore, New York, In BroilSt, sboubdr mid siouni-Aiu.ies Dn theMaysville swoilt'O. elected a 1'rei.ide it by said Kunrd; and such in money voted him by the government.' ranch, No 9. leaves I'arit at tlud much unit iliiz.nos. "Sure," said George. an. Southeast 8 00, a in and No. 11, at shall b' elided on the flrt Saturday Treatment .in! me no gmwl until p trie.l Dr All points I'.attOnl) one Infill out Irom LcsinKton, .....,............,,..,, J a , p mar,ivinu at t Cur of each year and shall tre toi ;me year The survivor's name was Samuel Mur Uosloruliy.. Nurr "Well, I ain't." Jllles N- w and June l0 until their sucThu first taollio lit'lved me, and wa. hwo leases.Mayssilleat S.tS a ra, arnvme at rio at lie Corrected 1 urn- Card in Kllect Ian la, i8v). next jHCCeedin' their c!erti.,n andSaid Hoard shall rell. He was a corporal Paru "No?" and .jualifietl. in Capt. Abra d vlriun ly cuied Tor salt- ut A. It IVnny s 740, am. No. j leaves Majsville at cessors are and inig store. arrises at aU.J elect a i lerk and treasurer but no member of ham Miller's Kentucky company, in all .... . .. a. "Father has failed," said the beautiful NBHVB.S rrvo A fine book 011 tin IlKAitr and ti.tin. TjjF 'asOIail Accom. daily excctilParis at 1- ic. n ... Tl.... ....i. an. No Daily Mid Hoard shall be elected lre.urei Sundav. ST A 1'IONS. Dailv eligible to an) ""ise in 'In- - c .rroralion ptobability an infantry company, tho' girl, as she watched George closely. "He shall be Kxpress. Sun. Lx Sun. .0 t riiiistlai Irom Lexington toCinrinii.-itTtio AVrlt3'H X'ulr. a siocklioldei the.ciu. JNo 43 leases Lexington 10 00 am: whoHhallnot arrises I'arit has failed and has placed all his proper-t31 n n 3 a; am 11 31 n'n 10 as am: except Sunday amount oi imieoieuiie. i" ttnicu nothing on the certificate gives any inTUe excitement cause.! by t lit ureal evnnt Is l.vc Stanlord The 6 10 ptn 11 40 am j 30 prn cirour.Ttioi. may at any time sublet itself " l.xisulon this No I leases Cincinnati c 10 iim:arriiu by the ereat thai p eiitalid formation in this respect. Corporal in mother's name, and now I am a 7 00 pin is 4) pm, 6 0 pm " Viacbetur of Dr Mue. tin iit'ir lirt Xrr nr 7 10 pm; except Sunday shall not ttrn-- aevi'n hundred ilollar.. " K. U. Junction. No. yleiisusKulaioutli 600am: arrises Cincin 8 It stiooilily euros The prune property of trwHieiniieisof ofthis Murrell'8 home is at Woodburn, War- rich woman's daughtor." change of from the debt the " Mt. Sterhn; 7 3" aj pm 7 lopia nan 7 55 am; except Sunday. Mb, pun dullness mid ei:rusion in toad, lit., eorporall 'ha'l '..e exempt ' More head ren county, where he has lived peacea"I call all such blull's as that," solilo a, ptn 4.1 pm 9 sl pro , Train Note. No. t runs daily letween Lexinn tho blues nmirVgln. corporation Olive Hill v, 'v idr the csrporaluTs herein 3 a P o tpn and Cincinnati. No. t runt daily litweeu monthly (uiins, Know & Co , ot ..lemliers of this l.on bly ever since the war in which he par- quized (ieorge an hour later, as he Synu'iie. N Y T.t eic and Mo... of Creeut 10 30 pm S J5 I'"" Ashland he Cincinnati and l.cxiiigtnii uo'l " Catlettsburg.. .. 1" 41 pnt 1 jo pm Nos 1 niid 6 make connections at bvaul -- n'.ii,'iiti'l living for ih;tft. of .tock. nr ticipated, and for service in which he is walked home, bathed in the glorious burg. Intl , mui A W lllaekuurri. of Woosler. .. 111 07 pm i' Huntington Ii J P InrpoinlsontheN. N .V AI V. Ky bv i"s' ""' .havii.5 sharm of i' rk linns. now better Hum ' light of a full moon. St. Haul Hioneor O . wtv Hint "The Nerr ne sells us utilvorsai Lvc.Iluntinvt-.. lis 30 a pensioned. He will be entitled to n any llilng we ever sold, and git h.k of the Conianv alter ferred t. t ,t IMPORTANT -- Trains of thislme now arrive ... I St Atr Charleston a lafnetion " Dr .Milo now illustrated trout-l.being s'l'j.tri d and lid f.by iilhem at and depart from the Central Union Pasieneer back pay amounting to $1,174 a d will Press. ' Clifton Kargc. .. 7 3' " No me ill"'- "' thr Hoard of Director, of thus on the NVitcs a ml l.oirt and trial bottle ,0. Station Cuiclimali, makmB coiitieitmns for all ' Lynchburg 45 am true at A. K. l'eunr'a drug slur.corporation, txt pi the I'rcideiit. shall re, t e be entitled to for the points Noith, Kast and West. for " Charlottesville io so ant Piiok. Geoik.p. Hint, of Fayette coun,nr enmHnsati.ii Dire.directly or lltdlreitly, and of his days. $sa month 1SRJ balance Throush tickets and baMase checled to any a ij piu ' Washington.. tor. The 1're.idunt As the war of has been his services as destination rtiacheil liv s. milrt a ' ' for Superintendent of Pub-li' Ualtiuiore ty, candidate t 11 pm olTicers (except Directors) and servant and for 70 years, A lioon to Wives Kor full particulars address any acent ot .Jhur it will be seen that Corporal the Co. " I'lnUdtiipnu. .. 0 is un einnloveesof this orporati.m thai recent' uh Instruction, was in the city Mondav or Having used "Motlter I'riend," I would not " New York 9 ao pre. a. shall be fixed b tile resolution. Murrell, if not now a centenarian, will be coinpcwtalu-be without a boon to W.I. lUNSON.Trav. Pas. A the of his candidacy. Prof. they tautt it Itsthrough toe wives who know " Richmond, Va. a 40 pm of the Hoard of Dir. ,t.r-apas painful ordeal of S. P. II. MOKSK, (Jen-- !&,., TzT one before he has drawn many monthly in the interest " OldPointCoialort iallhae all the I u Thi- - corporation Mehurgr. lusva. Write thu .Mr. unt is an experienced edmVor, fully childbirth. liegulatorC. Co., At Norfolk. 'wed li irporation. cf it. nature stipends from aml'pri.ileses ill (.iiicinuati, O. Ilradfield government till. auta.Ga , for lurthtir tho U.K. IIUNIINi;i'ON, icePres't ....I x.en Chapter s. Title tf. and lor ttsoirpo-e- - under No. " the duties of the particular. Sold by all Druggists. competent to Trains leaving Lexington at 11 40 am and :jo Companw-anno Title Turnpike, Manatr. Samuel Murrell. the subject of the orlice to w hich he aspires. He is a Sip m daily, except Sundav c nnect at Wirchos-teKoad. of ihetieueral Statute-- ) GENKKAL OKFICKS: CJravelaiid I'lank for Kichmond, K) and iMM.it on th K. C. R hi-the l " above notice, copied from the Louisville mon pure democrat and submits his DRUNKENNESS-TH- E LIQUOR ot Kentucky and the mW jnent Actsof and Gen''line. C.ncinunti.O K Assembly of Kentu kv.amiudaiorj eral all tho World there In but ono Limited Vcsiil.ul K from NewYork.l'ltlladttlthe th.reti. and. hall be subject U ribed by Times, is a native of this county and was claims to the action 01 that party. Leb- Hast, arrives nt Wu.hiiigtonaad all roautcure, Dr. Ualnoa' Qoldou Spocltlc. and discharge all th.- duties prest exingtuii at t 47 P m daily Stanford 11 7 p m. nature and its born in the West End in the year 17tSl), anon Standard. It c in he gisen a cup of tea or coflce aithout said Statutoi of CorporatK.n ol K.ust mail from lln hmoud, Va., and all totnts the knowledge of the person taking it,etTecting a This notice forest..rii, hunter., near what is now the town of Hustona, and all local stations arllunutiai' n, P'irn wmiest whereof we Irnv hei. .into sthetht-- the patient o lamls The governor of Viiginia has com- speedy and permanent cure, an alcoholic wreck. rives Lcxiatoii at 11 ' noon t.aily except Sun- others not alls,,!.!, w.ll he proToInltdssitim.! ' !t. ville. Heisnn owniiavhj of John M is a moderate drinker or a. To , e f'n Tnousand of drunkards have been cured who day. Staafiird 11 (' ni m extent of the law tho sentt'iico of Nannie Woods, have i3oo and Samuel Reid and is' related to the muted Olnr Hill and intermediate ot V Accomni 'al.i.nfr I K. PEYTON. taken the lioldenueSpccinc in their coffee I). IIOLMKS 11. . .... . .. on the. K. C , K., an.l .nii,tv ii. 0 in ). S. HUGHES, Hlains, Hays and Millers, of this coun- colored, sentenced to be hanged Septem- without their knuwled, and believe they can Jsoints, Kiel at cin,t.i's 8 1.. am, daily, ex !:.!.I''':':",.K'CIIAKDS. T. PENCE, lasil I?A,c of their own freewill. t. S. OWSLEY, II. w C. A INKS ty, and tho" Lees, of Hoyle, Mrs. (ieo. F. ber ID, for burning tho town of Itocky quit drinking from its administration. No harmful cent Sunday Stanl r , p u. J. ellect results J.v Cures lie nir- - tl. keU ual N. N. A' M. V. Mn SA.MFOKD IRWIN. S. H.IIAUGHMAN, Send for circular and full particular!. Ad. Lee being an own niece of his. He lirs Mount, Frnuklin county, lai October, to dress in confidence O01 ne.v Sraxtrtc Co., iSj KylD. JOHN M. HAU many other relatives in diflercnt por- - imprisonment for life. V. H. MILLER S. V. II. MOKbL, (a. P. A., Cinclnuati, O. Itace Street. Cincinnati, O ' M C. KF.VKOLDS. 53 Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal aYUV-rViVCl- ay-Vhe- 1 1 . 1 1 1 . KICIIAKI) 11 1 nuK-rai- 1 Logans Greek and Dix River. .Mr. William Perkins sold last week to his In other. Nick, of (iarratd, n No. 1 ,( of (.n,vrs flt c1:ti delivery Took Hubble houuht of Alex Holtx- claw 20 acres of new corn in tlie field nt n !?' jmt barrel, and sold to Capt. Tom Mr. .Iamc8 a row and calf for II. tiaiiifs ami family, of Lexington, spent several das with the family of Mr. 11. W. (initios. Mr. J. J. Tnvlor, or Independence, Mo., has Wen visiting here .several days. He and sister, Mrs. Lewis Piiddurar, went to Somcisct to visit relatives and enjoy the fair. Miss Bettio McFall, formerly of Jacksonville, Fin., but now of Crab Orchard, and Miss "Tump" Stuart, also of Crab Orchard, two beautiful belles, have been the guests of tiiniiv friends along the creek and their departure will make nm-n- y sad hearts. The tiemendous ruin that fell in our vicinity last week brought the river and creek both out of their lmnks, doing a great deal of damage in the way of washing oil fences, &c. Your conesKndent in attempting to cross the high water in a buggy was washed down 1 ,,, 1 ooLt n Kl-ki- fell P -- mt&m fflf " no WvxlvS77 d m Hur-ne- tt 8AKlHfi fir v3SSM POWDER ITotios. ( Absolutely Puro . York, I avUVIK- Ht-i- RESTflURMT . d , iUAB'DJLKJVA, I I I I .1 I bt 11 I i i .1 i i - 11 . i Mi , I 1 I K , i - C. T. SAJNTDIDGOS, i . w : PENNY, i ( i i Dentist. ng k Kid-nex- t, I I I sMin,r - ' s I i. ESWTE Johnson 111 a . -- W . V I C i AYRE3&GIVENS, 1 11. OMM1-KCIA- 1 time-sh- e i . le-- ! i i tJ. HUXjTOnST iSiasiiii tt-- ioi-y- I -- NHW FAST MAIL ,. 1 1 5 i Sh, 1 Pincville, Kentucky. Corit-ptnilwii- of ( 1 grand-childre- n -- grand-children. e ioi-y- r con-line- d .1 1 v "rod ..- -J " -- . J 1 ! "it. r I! ui.ni ta8f JH -- ,.,,, , 1 , - 1 h I exi-rn- t.nfort-ableforiurM- -. i n j-i- m mm "..-..;."...' !, I -- disap-ointe- d. MENSTRUATION pwm&BW fe. TSlPfe! r r (V A , . I m 1 1 t Kentucky Central R.R. I v -- '".'' 11 ticj -- ll . I T I x 111. 11,11 1 I 11 -- 11. j I t 11. 1 in in'ji 5 4 I ' I 1 j - . l 1 . .111-- . 1 if . L IV 1 . two-thir- d, i - i 1 - 1 1 e m-- a i 1 l ! Jess 1. ni 11 l 11 . ..-- , . . ilb-s- t. s- 1. Globe-Democ- rat .h-ir.- OLD KY. &0UTE Washington, 4 r . . . , - -. 1 C 111, . 111 K 111 ai-l- P- - 1 H.-- ,, ,. m I I tle-te- - 1 pei-o- u 1 V. i ost o 1 Its,-- o.Hic-.-i- l d (list-oer- I ! 1 sleeph-s.iiess- . iulUil-lion- lVr-c- n , .'. 1 o.-i- . r: : 11 . tn-- . . """ . . - - 11 e I J by-la- . -- po-ve- 1 1 1 ge a. 1 d r HAD-T-I- i ' - - it- - 111 POSTED. d r ea-- i, ....-i- on, y 11 I cuar-anlce- 1 mis, 1 VmIILU.'sN - 11 It, f V --i . . .'',1.