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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890092301 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..TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER J. OTTLMII.IMI.R, Ntv. V 2 3. 1890. T 15 NO. 59 41 HARMS, fr.ib OrJuu', k tl C ARSON, Cincinnati. HARRIS, OTTENHEIMER & CARSON, Dealers in Improved CRAB ORCHARD. Miii-Ueto- REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Farms,Timber, Coal & Mineral Lands in the Southern States will do well Offices: Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky., and Nu 21 Bioaduny New York. inform the public that we have formed a co partnership for the purpose of transacting a General Land Business Patties wMnPtf to dispose of their Land We bw to lull description, price and terms. Wc will adveiti.se extensively all lands that are plated in our hands for sale. Ilru.lin l?ft Tlmrsldv to wk tht-ifor- tunes unions; t lie Ixtoniera and capitalists little witi of Mr. Situ of ilarltniirville and Middleslmro. Misms Hijiil 17 montliK, iliti ThurstUy of hoopof 51 ay wood, and HHie Mnwrie ing i upli. Owens, of I'atkevide, ulio have lcn cottage of IkoI Wanted, to rent visiting Alias Nannie Kiimiston, returned l rooms. Aililrent H. jte IvU, Box ft), home star. lay. .Mr. Jauiea II. Carter, Orchard. u:t.i...i urunnim,nm ...... ..II .I.Ib .B..ht .A iiiiiuiuu .i ,a k k.BB. tl iiakinsi hands with " " ' ..1B ..n H..I.1 .1.K .WM head of' t lUteA.Rinner.oiuarrHra, ih ,lhB,w3rgRmlttlUnK ff lw WIMtliont ft fstrftcHntf f la T vv ' nHBB Hill TWatlDlnl.r ML V.J arrest of those illtlkllliailul iu the burning r head. of hie Miss Kate Cm Us has -- Uev. and Mm. 5f. C. Morgan are re- retnruetl from a delightful trip to the of tbeir first- i. irnt ovor the advent Somerset fair. Mr. Sam Hardin and two r ii. a fine boy, which arrived Turns- captivating daughters, Misses IiOrena lav night. The little stranger has not ami miUle, itiovo up to II ustoiivillo Suit-- 1 i cbiisteneil yet. .Mrs. W. K. uch, 1Uc n! .ly to see their aunt. r to communicate with us ' civinc er Hiipluation, agriculturally, of the Gov. MoGreary Electrifies the Virginians. First-Clas- s Farm For Sale. ordn nnaseanl averase, as tlmy jio HNiVKR, (.' H., Va.. Stpt. Is. Well imprmed, c iitainuif w a n ., vi Huston tfentrnlly of the Sjookndyke order. Dear Ntkrior. in the his-- 1 vile M Kinnry in a splendid neigh-- ! 'rh3ii tnr Wheels, trnats, strikes, cotnhinntion, torical old court-houpartici ir call on the of Hanover, and or add it Hur n il'c alUanres. etc., lai in much space in tho in the same room where Patrick Heniy h. I) KENNEDY. periodicals of the dar, and Mrs. Ornndy has delivered many stirring speeches to hail the sood neonle here trreatly his constituents, there aDoeared one. 1!m ft. A... ?.- - S.U i ? l A "'WHS. a ... UiUW vltlU dVb mi U'J y I U, ill iflj' fid : i i ... ...i. i.. n ivuxui Ui i.- - i uiuur .i.. .u iu me wiiura nuu, iu trveijr pruci1iar, IllOel in had NUurday mornins repaired to .Stan- - worth v urceasor to that old hero of A Houtt and Lot, consUtint; of i Acres, lex: Ky , ul known u the ford to consummate a combiue, rather colonial times, who wanted liberty or led at Crli property, one Block trom Depot The house nlliance. which I.AM been formulating dontli. It had been extensively adver- - lontamttix paciou rooms, one lattice porch, one open porch portico, with since the roses began budding. In fact Used that James II. Mc- - buiMingt and on or (ddreis all necuary out. Call 75 II. Kdmlttoo, 'twas thought that a certain handsome Crearv, of Kentucky, would address the Crah Orchard, Ky., or me at Pineville, Ky --t SAMfEI. IILAIR. M D. young police judae from a Oreen Kiver people of t hi. county on the topics o metropolis had persuaded ii West Kml the ilay which coufiont the nation, and whiow, of irresistible attractioiiB, to turn in behalf of the Hon. Georuel I). Wise, from the scoreof local moths and milin, deinocrntic nominee foi CoiiL'tess from We offer for il privntLiy on farm known a p' n i, i milt irom l union tie rpt uttering aliout with sillied and burnt the Third district of Virginia, and the, t' e l.i crts i.Ke ontainiti J 4 a.re. tl.eW C.T.I, at Collepe Hall l'riday Kdruifctou is posins; as teacher in her off wint.--s and quiet an anxious public by honest yeomanry from d le'!m'"f '"! el watered Call the sunouudit)); Mm well attended by lioth the weldwl stead. Mia. or Milrcss us it H it rsi.U K J. A. Uichardeou and son adoptiuu the name of Judee Nitk couutty turned out in large numbers to 1M tl.I I ami un wedded, there lieinr jnst enonpb attendeil KLI.IS MAR wtf the W. C. T. I. supper Friday Vauphn. That youus but disconsolate hear our gifted statesman and scholar if the former to lone dowu vjie buoyant s nipht. Mrs. .1. II. Stephens is in the city attorney of Stanford must seek solace in from the region expound "U,,ET' I ,'""7""ur fun aud plenty '7:,'""buyinK her fall stock of millinery. Mr. foreign flelde. The record of his rout those loving principles and doctrines, was fH, Iraylor, of lower Uncoln, was must be w ide spread wheu the widows which protect the home and the fireside Wc nt to st .,. It ha lot ur Farm ri itc'j I he nflair Home amusius incideuta. tis ."ti n jr.ii lies near and Which everv tmn ilemormt hnlilu sr ' Acrt in a fint utc hr tins week to see his lady love. Mr. twit him with his lack of nerve. " . Call n or .id.Iri.s5 us at Hu ''le, I.inculi ui it Kohert White is iu from Middlesboro on r?UX The mills of Northeast Casey Uneat., K 3IUJ w. .. Hu' three thing. th .11 MENEf EE HKIIKING jin J to W. hou folks. After a beautiful allusion to the Old en the complete denudation of that por,.K,..nt of mortals Ur. of. the baby who, M ,L L fa H1 tion of the county's timbered lands con- Dominion, the ..... ...... said he was 1. I w s.jumi" iu ruurvii. .1... twihp uw ...I.A millinerv gooiln this week and hereby iu tiguous to the West Kud. The dailv happy to come to Virginia and speak for con-itu t unhinge his Jaw in ordinary invites the ladies to attend. Her stock profession of wagon loaded with staves brave, gifted, true and tried George D. It b VLE Ai tl Sl'CK Hi LlKlt.s vernation without spittin' maudlin ikm-is very compr henaive and the styles and poplar lumber are n pleasing sight Wise. He had seen him faithful to hi& faoe and the tfrl who says Di. siren t in your .it tl e Jt u it t are an novel ami oeauiittu. f fresh Drug;, anil to holders of turnpike stock. The avet- -' constituents ami eervim.' them well, and ' II nil c tin stn Hl.e "doecn't flirt" and at the same time Clumic i!sf"r jle M t k j iij letun eser ttciajfe UBianai tui.laj...I.t.l u... had also witnessed the stealing of his the ihi m tpjjirfont in ,1 .l..-- n yoong Komtot are wearing a ill also rrt tlic tn'in Ii mx' in) store hustonville:. for his work, and a strike i imminent if seat by the republicans. The proceedK of her hair next to their Muttering nj stairs is lotiteil in The K' ui i nturs4 go ' ;m ASH, lliitnnii:e O A We never doubte that out William ,M1 l"dy on. The Jehus threaten ings on that occasion were the most dis-- roums beitlls. l"1 no b 8UU h"ul ,or l& tl, !'" graceful be had ever witnessed in the, (Mtuie ato wdnld Im bean! in the cor con. A staivbycooo, whoa Tell A rch that this end nt the ,,n. loted achedul rates, unless he is pre House, or over expected to so. The t l lack aa the sarret loft of Tartarus, pared and content to ciu through or oernoi lajKed at length oi the'tyranny ,i.toacbed nstbe other day with the ty ia solid for his P. O. partnership. ' id hn!lh, I desire to On anoiint of continue .McAlistei and family were up rooui uil obstructions as he'll find oi sPvker Reed, the despotic rales Joe ,u. rv, "What is de difference. Iroaa, Acros ot tilvie i;ras across the road after surtiug out with a w hich had no precedent in histoiy: the last week visitin? r.drivM .n,i ' tw.eu phyaioloaiy and tff)loy ?" A fur l.o. ntlon one wo acre. i!h f lelieve. however, that the war slandering of thesnrplu? money in the grand-fath.J .pent a dav In earnest loJ- t.'.un: him that the one treatel of the his ""le sou,n 01 swniora. an- - tne iai-- g 01 tne tarm ,..l.-- l. ttaanrvi tl.. .Ga.. id ue wade on only the stave mill i superh. j " diactwsionof Calvinktu ami n. here ure all ol the necessary nu ' 'in, .to and the other of the divine, that inclmling a Is this thing of strikes an eid- - increases the burdens of taxation 0O, provements. hall, a Ure fr.lme dwelling ot five ism. but no converts wer mad rooms aud basement barn, and all '. wiio 000,000 per annum, and the eunctinei t bu.idm. new. For tunner intimation, apply to The dry (rood is huuimiu- - 'demic malady, which, alter having run ok. he repliwl, and the other a spirit uobt. Salli '" in the centres of it, origi,., at- - of a silver bill w hich even good republi and Belle am de thing I'ae after to con- - here and cans out west repudiate. s outskirts, or are we "only Mine ile ig'neut darkk dat Jack de Bosle, two of the most fascinating youug Uc tne Ho spoke with most etloet upon the tlon?" in Lintolu county, a ill make the lun!8 o( work 'thont law l;iler neber doea his Woodson, of Honey Grove, foiee bill. The provisions of that meas - Wli n t th hijht.t odr on the James millinery line the most drawing enter-- 1 aide " ti Wiiii (.ik Mlariitie tl.iit tlna Texas, dropped in lately without wain- - lirrt. ll A Cal Lvet week somebody sen I us, written prise em projected in Hustonville. Oct. II, 1890, Senate hetula,! tho protests Umt came On "Dock" Austin's ordinarily erect and inc ou bls hw rvuxuaias friends and 111 dim, pokebeiry Huid, a from all over the country and refused to M,J'armra .8j ,Acre? '",,"te,, "n tie Lancaster sot,it of 22 years ago. Time has pike, mi.es i ..t of Stirford It obituary of eouiebodv ohse. who had dignified carriage with elevated chin, n croons, comparatitely ,we" more iu jjno.J to hint than to JWISS It. It IS IlOt dead, GOV. 5IcCieary has rocently increased so that f!iultlel oQ this mortal coil in some went on to declare, but is now tiemhlim, s MhuVS& hu' of his oldacinainuincos, who locality away buck, Ootl only a glance discovers the fact that he now dhard and is eupphed with u atock It Will IlOt b)ased bl water and a cutt-rOHt whose iu the balance. him !,t H back ao far as to I a "leetle" outWni,ed at the dor Persous desirous knows wheie, asRinr us to print it "with- and well Lnrated place will llie republicans aio of hiinf a "ttUiUS 1,e ntl to n9k' His viMt rwn,letl lore AOVelUber. ut delay" in this column. Now we are of plumb. The ever pient smile is luan' enjoyable reniinUcences. Jim waiting to see how the elections will re - tv ,uch alw ays thankful for any new a item, but saspectetl to lie an aeromnauimeiit t farmmij impicCook told him that he has never known suit, and if. it is iu their favor thev. will ments corn and hvhorses, , , . prefer that some one's name bo irlnued the ronataMt tvnndr . . V . in.. ,.iii ;. VI Hill It, leei mat tlieu course is approved and 57 tJ J w. An ms. Stanford. kMasons since toil, for our protection Hiirhow. He it bo beforo tho little fellow will say in pa when themoved to would meet never. will then trample the constitution' under Texas. He Wes Hocker improves stoatlily and Woodson obituaries are not known, however, that SAT.ir, j.s missed a meeting of hU lodge ami his ap their feet. They have declared time aud . j vy r jAirnTrnN- . aj j the most readable things in the world, last Silt unlay was more like the Wes of . .. I .1 l..sl......A., !.. uim on tne street 111 ins Miiulny nitim in uim iu iwm uifai., and unlets there's cnshaloug v.uh them, 10 years ago than he hag lieen this year. liearauce couutry desire this force bill, aud the There is no doubt that Foiejmugh's bill clothes soon Iwcaine an announcement in other matter is preferable. cjining election is the time for tho citi-- 1 " UOSClay, Sept. 1890, poster contributed something to his to Hustonville of lodge night. He had Mrs J. A. Newkind hns been forgotten CM that when, as a reflection uus of lni' fjovernment, which God set At 10 a. m. on the oiimore tarm. midway, on the Dr. Brown was on the " good feelings. a! led aa railroad agent here and Stanford .... others to be modeled after, to say ouhoU and Danville pike, I will cl inrlJlllf on the cigars some motlicnl students were v'utttltmt and has "held down" the sunny side of the house, his neck w White, who Stoves, seseral easv Chairs, Bedttc.uU, heatt) i uui imuu oi iree i .vmonciiis iiceiiiusen with a shawl Ivecause of tonsilitie. smoKtng, no gave ur. isrown, then u sti.- " polish" so rreditahly durinjc her iijan, oingcr ewini; .siacninc, dent, a uime to buy some good ones for slinl1 lw trampleil upou llaby lluzKy, Itsk, IlcmV. Case., Extension oes back to lelMnon Junction. His early recovery is now as assured ns Table, aud many other aiticlt--.. Tll speaker oxplainetl in detail the messenger returned Wes' wonderful improvement is evident. the crowd, that the Consoldated Statutes anil Codes of Practice (latest IU Ins gentlemanly learing and and resumed his seat smoking the host provisions of the force bill, and showed edition inclination, Mr. White pained Tho prolonged disappearance from of the people very clearly that should such Also a laree quantitytwo Farm Implements, one Cider rre, horse vagon, and town of Pat Cattle ami Sam Hrown gives imported Havuutia of that day. When il niaiiv friends during his stay here aon, Kockaway, a Huskies, Koad nieusnre be passed they would be at horse W. finally asked for the cigars he w as Carts. Spring Wagon, large lot or Harness, two occasion some legret. rise to daily in.uiries as to their where- informed", his departure will "Yonr money bought only thu ,,101i;y of tllt' republicans, its federal c , &c. .No. t saddles. especially nmong the rosB buds of femi- abouts. The fume of their dexterity Hooded stallion, RKUKCH- one and I thought I'd smoke my part supervisors will legister and count the The srandiy-brea.id ninity, with whom he whs quite iKpu-ln- r with hammer and saw has reached the votl! aiul 'ssne the certificates of election, ,,,. in, cou'sVreVher surest and hncet of breed- fine tltst." resemble their Mr. L. A Cass, of Ilrodhend, has outer limits and they have iwen called Imp Ilillet 1st dam Nellie and a jury of republicans will trv nil sire. He is byot It (;ranilam nette) liy Hob Johnson; nd tlii CJ&es of pursons clsatvcil with violating been eiigngwl by Mrs. Newltmd to atteml professionally to Cumberland Kails. llB.ui.k Bow ens' 5lisTitKi.s.-- Of dam Mary Churchill by Afexandur Churchill; There - no general apprehension that famous minstrel organisation, billed for thu aWt Xothiug but evil would come 3rd dam by hup Margate grandam of Kin; to tin telegraphic dejmitmeiit. Alfonso; 4th dum Mistletoe, by Cheiol.ee, eii they will do any Sunday fishing, appearance at Walton's A "rending match," supplemented of 6UcI, n jttW atul bloodshed would most Scleral Itiool Mares and Horses, mostly combined saddle and harness auimals. as the temptation would be to on .satunlay evening next, the LMth, the hkoly result. with music, recitation and other or M Iilk Cows three to cnlie this Nashville Herald savs. features, is announced for Fri- the average Hustouvillo apostle. Itl Conclusion the corpiuor declared 'vr a '"l1)')' Kill jokeot Steers, several very , .. . .. . ., Tlw. luict iuitictr.il ni fnrinanirt tlint lino' .1 .Mr. Abrnui Lee and wife, of Casey, &.L line day night at College Hall. The match unit me democratic outiooK was never Terms tieitiTi, tew good snoutsES,i.II UEL'.. CIIAKI m.h r I) Kni;liili, Auctio'ieei. will be participated in by n doxou or are visiting Mrs. Lee's sister, 5Irs. Hugh boon iu Nashville this season was given brighter and every indication is that 5ft last night by ....... ,vill ,mve lrQm , lo m ,im:orit.. ... more of Prof. Smith's crack readers, to Iogan. .Mrs. Maria Bradley, of Mont- at tho Grand the most proficient of whom a copy of gomery City, 5Io., after an absence of the Beach i Bowers' combination beforo tho next House and will sweep the coun- - ABlue-Gras- 3 Longfellow's poetical works will be ten years, is with her childteu and a full house. From the time the curtain try in 1S!2. of this vicinity. Tom vvunt up until the performance was over, awarded by three judges, who are tode-- t To say that the people were completeIPOIZ SALK admission Metcalf. wife and Charlie 5Iorrison were the house was in a continual round of ly carried away with the governor but Wishing contest. A ide tho to nut 'firminj, I will otK-- lor s ,le on the premises, un fee will be charged, tho proceeds of up last week visiting and prospecting. applause. The songs were all new and mildly expresses it aud expressions like Tom's health has been such he is forced well rendered Bobby Beach, in his this were heard on everv side: "It was fixw huh will go toward purchasing Oct. 1890, Let everybody out of mercantile business and he wants song, ".Mary and Martha" took the house one of the most powerful arguments I tures for the a good farm. He made an oiler to n by storm. 5Ioncayo, the contortionist, ever listened to," while others declare In one or more tracts, my farm in Lincoln Co attend. e situated near the Danville ,V Hustomilk farm. Smith is tho best that has come this way in that it was n masterpiece. .Maud Tettus is visiting Miss West Kmlur for his 'i mai from Shelby City, and tontntu $ Mias Lillio Warner, of Garrard. Mrs. Jean Yowell, of Columbus, Ohio, is at his fa- some time. The Mexican drill was preAt the close of tho speech Speaker Acros. About sented iu an artistic manner by well O.irdwell, of tho House of Delegates, Davis, of Knoxville, is with her niothur ther's. say without hesitation that this is r, it r il can Florence Yowell sold a pair of aged known artists, led by the inimitable arose and said as we had listened to y Ione of thu beat bodies of land in the and sisters in the country. Mr. Kobort u.ly, year, is severely battered up mules ami l uubroke to Fox - Embry Bobby Beach, and introducing all tho one of the grandest political addresses ami having been "nursed'' fin aoof ccrivl iu t n Chappell, who was crops dition to produce the heaviest Calvin Carpenter sold 11 magnificent movements of that body. ever made in the county, he moved u while its cipacity ik unaurpassn' recently on the tireensburg llruncli, was for?s-jinl generally kimivii as such ill the iii'ihl..r-bood- . ?!H). mules at Combest & Al- Beach A: Bereus, the silence and fun ar- vote of thanks to the congressman from There arc but jo acre now under cuiti in town Thiiisdny, looking ns if about vation, the well again. Mrs. Kmtiu Fan 14 has re- len bought 50 good slopping cattle of tists; Delmoro and Wilson, song and the Kighth Kentucky district, which was and closer balance ill et in bv creek andtiuioth) Is well watered licstr nun & Hums ami Kmmutt McCor-mac- dance artistb; Sparks ami Hiatt, in their heartily given. failing sprtugs. The tenciug ha all cen re set turned home, after a pleasant visit to last 18 month and cvtry held ami u ivllluu the at 3 cents. They also bought u lot wonderful Zouave drill, Werner and Mis. Win. 15. relatives at London. That Gov. McCreury made many votes ture has water in it. The dwelling u i modem two story Irame of 8 rooms with hall, pantrv. years old, Beiens, in their wonderful break-necMiss Lottie Dillion are spend- of 14 nice cottou mules, :J to Burke and for the democracy goes without saying. wash rou n, front ind ll porches aud twu ni e, l'bere ire two lare Listen,., dry W. B Walton. ing n few days with their sister, Mrs. W. of Atlair county parties; price withheld. songs aud dances, wero nil nbovo the avtable and shed room fur 50 head ot stock, stock The wholo concluded with n 51. O'llryun, of Stanford. Miss Maty They sold to K. W. Leo 120 wethors at erage. tool shop, poultry house, fi wvr s. ales, wheat bin house, two His aim was round my shoulder laid, pit, jcorn cribs, carriage sheds meat ma' Albright, tho handsome daughter of 5"J.:;0. J. W. Allen sold a ear of heavy grand oxtravagaiuui entitled "Aunt Hanfruit, good orchards and every sarieli ol guest this shippers to K. W. Lue at If. W. G nah's Christening." introducing the mys- he pressed my head agjinst his breast; I tenant house of 5 r 6 rooms I'uMic school close Uriah Albright, Kso,., is tho by and churches aud mills ciiiciueot of accc-Cowan bought IU loppy yearling steers terious cottage, which was very amus- sighed, but not u word was said, I felt At the same tune I will al.o sell all ot m st,,ck, week of her cousin, Mrs. Charles ing." cattle, mile Hums at :i. his heart beat through his vest. His consisting of and of Rowland. Mr. Kgbort Wnllin of Huiin 'iiitiher Muff, al.o my entire In the enumeration of your corresleft this week for Forrest, Ohio, where In only five States now can a teacher fingers warm upon my cheek, still toHERD OK POLLED ANUUS CA1 II. I ho goes to take n position with his broth pondent's weaknesses it would have legally llog a pupil. But there are many ward his eyes compelled my face, I only Thirty head, from aged auimals down ! suk Oik lings. They are ''daisie," and no i u.taki er Frank Mr. Henry 1'ettus, better beon little justice to have put in a word other ways in which an unruly urchin felt; I could not speak, fast fettered in pair work mules, t saddle guiding; r rut Jewel; ear!iii' soro saddle mare by choice biuod mares with st many friends ns "doctor," or two complimentary of his prophetic can be made to feel very uncomfortable. that strong embrace. known to his olts Hamlet; 4 tired, I fain would flee; his aims my fu- - colts by Its, by Ilastifurd nnd Imp. Loudon; igonJiiui'i has accepted u cleikship with J. B. Gil-- gifts, in as much as you innko him Advice should bo like a gentle fall of tile struggles flout, ".Madame, a little pa- - 15 held of stock hogs, all the crops, faimin, tenanil looks aapietty as a big sun iseun increased average of wheat. How snow, and not like a drivicsr storm of,., nis and a lot of plunder T ,' Terms liberal and made known on day ol sale riso' T s,mle' M' tooth flower behind tho grocery counter. S. j ever, I presume that the average proof-1)- . nte; St0 il it should descend softly, and not be i Cspt T D. English, Anc.ioneer .Moore an2 Clarence reader has little knowledge of the prop- - uttered hastily. lis out! Hardin, J. Ward J. W SHELBY. To-da- FOE SAILE! Lot on Main Street in Stanford 1.1 , Tru-aer- , pi-- e, se r (rl . )n-- l.k-s..-- nt, T I MMM 4W i ........ ... store-house. re- 57-- "" icres Tnnsea.v T K i i .',. WALTON', Stanford. ! FOR SAJ.E Oreh.-ird- , ni 1 FARM IN SUBUR1IS.OF TOWN. 7o ACRES. Land eood; new dwelling house; good barn and all nec.saary outbuildings, all in goo.1 repair AU0,W0 dVlhS2S"-ta'Ji'. W in town sell chean and on reasonable terms Apply to w - HOLLAND, .. Si-- 1 Vosemite, Catey County, Ky PdU,r. v- ) -- ' U-rt- .... FARM FOR SAXiE. t!-- For Sale ! -' Anilt-rs- , Twenty Building Lots In the corporntc limits of Rowland 1 . J tiARST, Rowland. Blue-Oiiis- ..,.. farm: m for sals I A. I- li.-ir. LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. The undersigned will rent for the year reasonable terms, her K.irm ol j, , iron. Millertcn.il.. Kj The renter can htveh-prisilceo- f seei.mgthisr.ill Appiv to ,&.. i , '. 1 Sitf . .sn.sv.1 ban Mile,.S K f..K . 1 HOUSE FOR KENT , Farm For Sale. 'n''e' Hush Iir .ncl. pike, oppo ite the Stanford on the are about 50 acres in whnt nndold church There of the farm well set in t, nothy rve; thedTcUinl of four rooms and k.t.hen and a .plend'd ew barn: is well watered and fen, be given immediately. For particulars." ' on can I Ln.ey, Stanf r,i, or write the undersigned it Cincinnati, OH,o. E t ' fr itedJaVru!0,v" '"m t,,,oul 3 Ili-s- 1 pirtit-ularatii- l Hui-toiiii- lf . j 1 -- V im m 1 m a i mm. FR3VIFOHSAI.E. ' 4s-i- wnifERS J,. er j Ami-niR- -- wiaariesh-blood-and-Uineaboo- k o. "tt.iiiiim..iiimiiui r- We desire to ktrl! pri attU ivtwi mir 7 ... in nf 4 , II vi cres, ,m nne m.proien crt, ,nc! ic'inc bruk dwelling an j.-ooomhois, . It is centralis lo cateJ between Ma,.. ,r,l. Li. , e, and and ,n half mile of II,,' M, Goi d ... schools and churches near I. 1! x) SWQI'E, Hubble, Ky !.-la- Ok " crea-ladie- Jll , FOR SAIaE lhe PrJa,el I prop-ertj. ; j Farra For Sale. . rive rooms, store room, pan- "iy residence and - 1 1 premi-.es- 111 Saturday, hiu-nt loug-wind- ad-e- nt tlby ! '"Jlt la-o- cellar with windows ou south side, outbuiliT.n,, al. new, consisting of meat house henerv house, corn crib and dairy stable. There are coa, two good cisterns, one a, house, the other at the ,u There is an abundance of frui-- , strawberries, gooscbeirles, grape., cherry, plums, damson, pear currants, apple mcludin-ra.pbernts, rec-lean- ,;.ttVreoTS".!r neer-failu- -- . Mfrtf$m& " "'. y b h., 1 """ .& - combined horse, both gentle and can be driven by and phaeton. wo.ma".' chl1'1- - Oo .KJ,tIlf Pture land, which w.ll be 0ru,,,v,dd Jn, "t'tosuit pur-h.ih..ir. w,,h,nrt lot cheap will . golden opportunity l0 J G. CARPENTER. Stanford. b"y If "' fi W-'- -- 1 "'" wira5 'nivis-...'.-- . - .. ... ' iv ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE I a. 1 - 1 CCOI) LITTLE FARM xt 30th, As Adminitritor with the will annexed of the esute of Joseph Pae, deed.. I will on "Ho-iiici.- Saturday, Sept. 27, 1S90, rap-po- d '"-"jc- "lay-oil,- accoin-inolatin- g inclu-din- g 1 d At the late residence of Joseph Page, deed , atout H miles south of Iln.tonsille. Ky . ell at public auction to the highest bidder the Farm, ing about 60 Acre of Land, on which containtestator lived at the time ol his death The Farm is smitten on the west side of the Middleburg pike and hat on it a comfortable dwelling house and other improvements. ne-third Term cnh, balance tn equal installments, due in and u months, with interest from date of possession Possession guen January 1, iiyo A M I RYE. Adm'rvvith will itnu'xed of Jos Pase.decd. -OC 54-t- 'l Vi-l- ey PUBLIC SALE Of Opera-Hous- e first-cla- xs A BLU&GRASS FARM. bidder, on the entor-tamin- g Owinirtobad health, premise-- well-brok- , I will sell to the highest 011 "-"-" .1 , Thursday, Sept. 25, 1890, Mv Farm containing tn Acres, tn a pood state of cultivation, well vvitcred has upon it a good cottage house of rise rooms and all necessary outbuildings. Tup farm is situated si miles from Stanford, one mile from the Stanford sV Milledge-vill- c pike, two miles irom Morelaml Station and four miles from Hustons ille. I will also sell at the lame time my stock, crops and Farming Implements, consisting of Horses. Mules, Cattle, Corn, 11 iv md Whe.it Any one wihn n t" examine the Firm, I will t ike j lc isure in showir hi 5 td RllnOrS M r. .nd, Ky Opera-Hous- e Farm r grand-childre- n 10-co- claw-room- s. Wednesday, i, FI , tirn-pik- 200-acr- e tfZZm -r. 300 ti ir..wcsi?a,s.ys :S-JB- &s$ l: -- X B "..i.'Vk-sii , j-- iV- o. two-year-o- i,; hlue-);r- 1 1 k I J. T. STJTTOIT & CO., ( k HUSTONVILLE, KY. I Arc still in the b .stness to do anything iu the fmlirtasiLk. hi.e We have a full stock of Cat! and Caskets of ill kinds ana Robes of eviry description Ourhearsc which is nearly new can be obtained on short nonce Mr J Ii. Oresn has charLrH rtl pup l.i ..!! .s.A.. an our goods to any one needing anthin; in our ur cella-room- s Shu-mat- s e, ,.in. 1 uu-ali- d .j i I'nin-racket- l, 1 iRMEN is. ONLY! DEBILITY! Effect H.w i lLiJiTtAtTTlS'!n"1 el I'CKVOUS 1 prom-kerso- n 1 ! 1 46-t- d is f.Urti iu) etri(thniiAK,t.iiOKtiuiPiDOK.u'(8raKTair6otir iVi.i.i.ir urui'sr iiojik TimaTiivT-B.t- di. uVeuI Ittllf tntm lo 8uuisa4 .rtlf Coulrits. WrlUlksM. rvstrlpths Uses, plutiiM s4 pmrsBilUdtMsJHirm! v:irM. ERIK MfOICAI. CO., UUrrALO.HT, BodyandMind, MlNa,lnlilW'licofExess ia Old or Err" o' ?'J. l!!.i rsllr M.iur.e. MiMirum cV!; ..aa-'- A. . .J,. tl- - Jk:li.JSAA. ......... , . . v .. - s,v i . j i 3VMteUkv . ,,,imxk,mwwtn<!(imM& Y lf if T.eander Rued, brother of Booker referring to the fact that Judge educational champi- Reed, is dend at Ixmisvfllo. Beckner, a zealous There were a doxu railroad accon, was not given tho chairmanship of the committee on education by President idents Sunday, in which fro:n 2 to 10 St .nfokd, Ky Sni'TrMiiEU -'-.' 1690 Clav. it was far from our intention to were killed S. storekeeper Frank Wier, a did select fori find fault with the one he sole object was to was found dead near the distillery that position. Our W. F Of' Cowls show that Mr. Clay could not rWo above Billy Button, in Barren county, and leen arrested for the murder. porsonal pique and forgive a man who Burglar played n good hand in Mid DEMOCRATIC TICKET. hul taken an active part for nnother In 3g TflSMS j$Xs. T !r uj Y ft T president of tho eonvmition. dlesboro Friday night. They ma.lethn'f the nice for r(.. n however, that our attlclo may successful ml ds in town, including th.For fenr, be eonstruud to reflect on the appoint Express office, from which they got over ment of Judge R. P. Jacobs to the chair- S.M0 In cash It is given ont by her physicians manship of the committee on education, Wk were nwnre that there was stronj; gives that Mrs. Adam Wuchter, of we hasten to say that personally it jtehaii,. Vo I! "niter Gmulx .stock of opposition to Frank Finley, even in hid iw much more satisfaction than would Pa., has not taken food or drink of ti'.e beyond, :s noiu own county of Whitley, itnd so state! in the selection of Judge Beckner, whote tki vs. Sh has malignant cancer mo KHU'iijyi i , j. a recent Issue, hut wo feared that his advocacy of the Blair bill and of aid to pharvnx and cannot swallow. opponents were not couinseous enough tlte State College are especially repugnv oi iv A good many instances of mnrvelou aewcicu, siocit, to oe tolead a bolt against him. At the con- nant to m. Judge Jacobs is our neigh- growth are shown by the present census to Goods, Goods, vention at Williamsburg Saturday Coun- bor nnd personal friend, nnd there is no but few cities in this respect excel the iSc., ty Chnirtnan Rose attempted to nnrnnixe man in the convention, or in tire State, record of Pueblo, Col , which shows an the body for Finley, but 1. T. Hardinjr, for that tn ttter, for whom we entertain incniise in ten years of 771 per cent. n lawyer and a irood speaker, j,ot up and Tin. nnvontion has decided U) pub a higher regard and whom we had rather made a rattlini; speech apainst him and lish its proceedings after the order of the trust to do the proper thing in any matcalled on his men to adjourn to the Wil- ter, be it either of a constitutional, legal Congiesionnl Record, which will be isliamsburg Hotel. They did so in large sued daily, and to tho extent of :l,000 or moral nature. -wool red, numbers, completely oversowing it. copies, for distribution by the member. 2c; iroi ol The governor has appainted Kdward Judge llnines was elected chairman and Ringo, Assistant Secretary of Willis 22c, 2,0c. u I It .50c; nlistof delegates appointed, among whom 0. Leigh to be Assistant Secretary of State of Kentucky, has resigned, to take wool )c aro Attorneys B. T. Harding and R. S. State. Ed is editor of the Paducah Stan- efl'ect October 1st, and will become secG nnd M. A. Moore, Mart dard and one of the brightest and best retary of the Ashland Improvement Co. .Crawford, Sheriff will 4.0c; o4-inc- h judge, J. II. Davis fellows iu Kentucky. The appointment His successor has uot yet been appoint- wool Raines, eol- GOc, clerk, and others equally is an excellent one and a handsome w'Ebb (.loodin, the man prominent in county politics. They iccognition by Uov. Buckner of his We do to use spuce week CA'tolluo' the. the murder of Assistant Chief of Police editors. were left uninstructed, except by the truest friends, the to brought Geo. Coovert, was captured and oods resolution adopted, which says: "We is Tiik Covington Commonwealth is at a into Pineville Friday, having been capwe opposiis nofh-in- g hereby unanimously declare onr why this paper and the tured at the point of a Winchester by Finley, for the reason that loss to know tion to II. F. tn should have used the Deputy Sherill' Partin. l Choice .1 Foreign. he has ignored the republican party of identical language with reference to its The Christian county grand jury has e.vpeet his district, and in no event has been of otlered. hu objection to the Virginia county court indiYtml Sheriff G. M. Urown and John I I C, , i 'i .. . : u : " r ' 'l,n"HH i. .J 1 t- ... - 1. any service to them." The other body .ill- I'll in ii' isit nr in 11 n 11 u i I. J. used it several Boyd and (.). S. Brown, two of his depu'' in, '.v u,(.y tntr.es comdelegates system. As the endorsed Finley and appointed he we days in advance there is not so much ties, for obtaining money under false you to vote for him, but was so rattled it foreinljeixlemenl and defalcawonder about it. pretenses, to is goods. got to endorse Harrison or any of the tion. The amount in vol veil is $15,000. party measures. In Laurel Judge VinA RESoLrnox providing that there Main Street, Stanford, Ky, .11. S,X.INtf:iCIl, The salary of President McLeod, of cent Boreing beat the Little Red Hog shall be no more than one election, Suite, the Reading railroad, has lieen increased just as eay ami got the instructions. county and municipal, hell in one year, of Chauncey M. Bell county instructed for John II. Wil- is before the convention and should be to $40,000. Tho salary of the New York A ewe and two Intuit are in my son first nnd Bpreing second, while Knox adopted by all mean-- . The great num- Depew as president is the largest field, which the r .n get by paying instructed for Wilson first, last anil all ber of elections now provided for keeps Central is JO,000, which president in for this notice and other expenses. K. ' the time. In Pulaski a very disgraceful the State in one continual stew of polit- salary paid to any milioad tiro world. T. Pence. row occurred, in which pistols, knives, ical turmoil. The Chesapenke A Ohio will icll Herndon, of Scott county, Mastin ifce., were drawn. A split resulted and tickets from Cincinnati to sold to the Frankfort Roller Mills about O.vk editor, who shall be nameless hoie mnnd-triOne two sets of delegates were named. II i,mv MUIIKIi HU HfUU . ii ,, . , ., . good , i.nw nntneis oi '. set is to vote tor Trimblo, the others go forevormore, was so much pleased with Richmond, Va., and rotnrn at $13, irnw at i. and good return Midway clipper. used sev goiug October 13 and uninstructed. Finley gets Rnstell, Nell our Middlobboro letter that he f KvhimA Mek. of minli.it mnnlr Adair and Col. Adams Casey, though a eral paragraphs of it in his. We are ing until October 22. These tickets are I rn now fully obliged for this flattering evidence of his to bo sold on account of the National were here with 50 head of mountain cat-- ' t jurol to 'n correspondent writes that there was of tie, of which they sold rt cows at$l'1 tome faeliug against him because it was appreciation, even if he failed to credit. celebration of the 27th anniversary ONch, and two yokes of steers the Emnnciimtioii Proclamation. wus irr the ring that counted claimed he CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. The county judge of Clark refused per yoke. Jessamine Journal. Judge Raines out. Th right seems now S. M. Owens' yearling ally bail to the French crowd irr jail at to be between Borriogand Finley, with The convention would do well to because they hail already ap- Clay, which he had sold to a Michigan the chanceB about even, though the for- let the capital question alone, save to AND plied for it and been refused br Judge party for $500, and which had not been mer's friends are betting heavily on him. permanently locate it at Frankfort. Ever-sol- e Lilly in the Pei ry circuit court. few delivered, fell and broke her tail :E:ic3-:R,.A.i:rrc3-Resolutions covering every object Congress, declining Tiik democrats in not having previously applied, was days since. It will pnhably break np to be party to the outrage proposed by under the sun have leeii introduced gran ted bnilln $5,000 and others of his the trade. All work warr.inttd ,uul promptly done. Boss Reed in the rape of seats from their forming a ruass'of matter that it would party in $1,000 eoch, which they gave. Thw touching notice was received take many volumes to hold. members, have so far prevented him and Onr faithThe 1th supervisor's district of Ken- from Shelby City yeeteniay: Col. R. P. Jacobs offered a resoluhis mob from unseating Mr. Vennble, of tucky shows a population of :i20,00l, an ful old family horse, familiarly known addithe Petersburg, Vn., district, who was tion to require olHcers to take an increase of only 51,222. It embraces in Boyle and liuooln as old Bob, died on they had not secured honestly elected by about l,00u majority, tional onth that Boone, Bourbon, Bracken, Campbell, Monday night. Peace to hid iibIin. Mrs. nnd putting the negro, Lingston, in his their election bv the use of money and Clark, Fayette, Franklin, Oallatin, Grant, M. N. DePauw. -Hplace. They did it by filibustering and other fraudulent means. The Marion County Trotting AssoHarrison, Jessamine, Kenton, Owen, -- Another committee known as the breaking a quorum, resolving that if the Pondleton, Scott and Woodford. The ciation oilers tine smrt iu its meeting organii-ed- . theft is to be committed the republicans railroad and commerce has been uud following counties show decrease: which commences of it, mak- Bracken, 1,HW; Oaliatin, 2:11; Grant, 10$; Mr. Miller is a member mtistdo it with theirowtr members. Ketd three .lays. It has a magnificent hail M ordered the dooi locked, but Kilgore, of ing him now a member of three commit- Pendleton, :)tJ. mile track ami some fal ones are enter S) being rules any cir- . large passonger engines ml to contest fur the large purses. One of the Texas, kicked it down and strode out of tees, the other two on the Chesapeake ami Ohio road last John Raymond, nf Athl, Mass., has the prison the tyrant would keep him cuit courts. week, made a remarkable run, ha i'.'ig a gathered from his hens 1S.OO0 eggs Is Recoiving His Mr. Miller offered a resolution i in. The door fell ng.iiust Congressman of consisting of eight cars, hi to have the court of appeals con- train Pullman cars, '"mules it t. '..uiir8 fur this year and raised 173 chickens and Dingley's nose and came near breaking them it. The republican members are oil" lix sist of seven judges, to be elected for and 50 minutes, up a grate ho entire his wife, besides attending to an extenleaving terms of 14 years, provided that one distance, ranging from :' to tjO feet to sive dairy business, has sold W canary ing their fences for s near the top raising. Reed without a quorum of his own and slinll be elected every two yeais; to di- the mile, extept live mil uoocls warranted and a Perfect Pit Cm uanteed. Give inn where the grade is S2 birds of her own call. vest the circuit courts of criminal juris- of the mountain, W. II. CrosMle-lsold to Cameron practically for the time reducing him to feet to the mile. n servant, instead of the dictator of the diction and vest it in the county courts; cotton Broun, of Shelby, 17 RS. MATRIMONIAL-MATTEbody over which he has tho power to to abolish the otllce of Commonwealth's mules at $05 per head. Jauiea L. Bond .GO TO preside. He has telegraphed his min- attorney and make county attorneys sold Id do. at $bU Thorn us L McKe Mr. laden Walls obtained license bought of different tNtrties 13 mules at Mr. Miller says his ions to return, however, nnd the outrage public prosecutors. prepared for Mr. Wnahle will be accom- plan will Mive?200,000 in salaries annu- yesterday to marry Miss Sarah J. Sttill, prices ruugiug from $10 to fltt. Ander at Kingsville, Sep. 2"th. ally. plished in a few days. son News. ilia wwiia wmi Q Senator Blackburn's widowed daughA fairly good crowd attended the NEWS CONDENSED A.N effort is being made to have the ter, Mrs. Theresa Stewart, will wed Copt. sale of D. L StnphMibon's effects Satur regular army, in Noclause of the old constitution making Co., bankeif, Wm. Hall, of the GKOCKKY" day ami satisfactory prices were realized R. (inrdner Chase vember and take a tour through Mex- Foity ewes sold at $1.30, bucks $11 preachers ineligible us legislators left out Boston, have failed for $2,000,000. pel ico. oi the rrew. For the good of the coun11; head, yearling heifer The National Library in Paris is the Doctor Kulmnks, of Pulaski, and cattle 2 try and for the sake of religion it is hop- largest in the world. It contains 2,?0O,-00- 0 rent; yoke oxen $51', milk rows Miss Eliua McMullen, of this county, ed that it will not be done. A preachho; $IH to S2i; shonts i:t 'i7l; I volumes. license Friday and were married $.5 W). er's place is in the pulpit and not C. New has left his post as John rostrum. The world has great respect consul general at London to take a hand Sunday at the bride's father's, W. B. McMullen, near Highland. for a true minister of the gospel, but in the Indiana election. nothing is more deserving of contempt The notice recently copied from a and Dion Boucicault, tho playwright Lexington paper legarding the approachthan the political parson. A pieacher St.uifur.l. Ky.,i Th 1. inc. In N'.ilio' actor, died in New York after a lingering All tilir ing marriage of Miss Ida Adams, of Mt. ckwlng up itt atfjiri .ti.l noteholder anil hereby cannot become a politician and obey havinK tUiin. pneumonia. i.u.ulion art illness, from Vernon, grew out of a joke and has an netifiua to present the note and claim! lfint Paul's injunction to "keep yourself unAdvices from Hioga state, that the OLDwe were the AMociauon nr ii.i Jntrnt UWSI.KY Chici. spotted from thp worhf.'" ,, fed II r Erotgroul has foun- noyed tho lady no little. Ah Turkish is the joke, we repro"not in it," that FIERTHERF0RD HOTEL Another terrible railroad accident has dered at sea and that WO of her crew duced it under th- - impression that it list. An were drowned. been added to the HLSIONVII.i.h. KV. was true. It is rather n poor subject for The Louisville Southern has reduced express train on the Reading road ran HctMccn K' wlaii'l am! ltw U.tniiiK iofk britlrit a joke, we should think. P. W. GREEN, - - Pr COMPANY tCt ietor. w the rate from Louisville to Lexington to i into some wrecked cars near Shoemak-ersvillSatisfied that man ought not fo live . $2. The Louisville tte Nashville has not .1 II..vi'. '. i th' inl lePa., ami was thrown down an alone, our old friend, Monroe Smith, A Brown Cashmoro Shawl, liirmsiiril, I mi tirrpan t h..(., the ihiIi-ic itiiimn embaukniont into the Schuylkill river. yet met a cut. .1 in l,r - U n ic.se t" ihmi nk K it ! ii' himself another wife Sunday, Mikirine I ivery an J S U A hundred negroes are said to have took to u mi at. In.' The train was crowded and it is estimated . ,, though his first was buried this year. Mlll. Mr joh tun-that fully 10 were killed or drowned, been poisoned with arsenic at a barbe- The bride's name was Mrs. Jane F.stes cue in Dallas county, Ala. Eight of them while as many more were injured. More and the happy event occuned in than 20 bodies have been taken from the are dead and --'0 dying. is 71 and his President Hnnison paid a visit to ki. Uncle Monroe W river and the work is not complete. hope that many d.ivs CI. but we Johnstown, Pa., where he was olliuinlly wife Tmrtrs m m &&i va 1 happiness are still in store for jj. JJ, BURNSIDE, Proprietor WW BitEK. Polk, of 'ho Democrat, is mak received and shown, among othor things, and much them. TJBXINGTON.KY ing life uncomfortable for Brer. Arnold, the g'nvesof the 1,700 unknown dead. COrSUi FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. at Middlesboro. Polk beat Arnold for The otlicial census figures aio LexNo Hotel tn Kentucky h.i rriul iticm, SCRO? and in proprietor is iteterimnui that city pi inter; so Arnold got mad mid would ington L'U,:?."), increase o,(i!9; Covington lhall be maintained Five thoroughhreil red Beiksltirt EROM( liTIS IK YOU WANT not let Polk have anything to do with :i7,a7o, increase 7,1105; Newport 24,!).1S, hoars for sale. S. L. Withers. COUCt'3 up there recently. increase t,5ftt; Paris fi,.0T, increase the editorial blow-oHe hai recently a..1 .lid to it. i)iniitinnt Fou Bknt. Ahout :0 acres of whenu COLDS At least that's the way Polk states it. ANT) A HAIM'r IDOK I K Wasting r!:sis:s John L. Spears, aged 10, a Favette land. Apply to Mrs. L. M. Ijialey, Boys will be bovs. circumstances, comfarmer in AIM Wonderful Flosh Lige Montgomeiy bought of J, H. The friends of Mr. J. K. McCracken mitted suicide at his home bv shooting A First-Clas- s Livery Stable Many Imvo gniricl one ;mml No cause as- Miller an acre of cnhh.ige, XJUti head, for To late general passenger agent of tho Lou- himself with a shot-gnaccominodVe tie drm.tniU of hit liicrtaiil per day by itn ttsc. MAPU I1Y $7o. trantient patrona?. isville, St. Louis ft Texas railroad, mid signed. licit 'I urnoiitt furnithed iScottH J'liiitlhmn in not v pocrofc T. Bohon was down yosterd.i y Commercial I ravel, ri and uttier Dr. J. A petrified fish, of the eat variety, LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS they include all who have ever had bus ronifily. It eontuiiiH llio t .vxulut' iness with him, will bo glad to learn that except that it had sealen, is alleged to to take home a young Aldorney that he COMPANY, ing properties of tho Ifypophos-phito- s Co.v for $:I0. hu has beeii promoted to general mana- have been found initho Kentucky river. had bought of Dr. niul jiuro Norwegian Cod LEXINGTON, KY Potatoes aro being bought up in Till notice furewarilv hunturi, HhriHiti and ger of his road, and wish him success in It is three feet in length and weighs 40 Liver Oil, tlio potency of both o largo quantities in New Jersey at fiO othur not to UfNi it in lx ir l.indu witliout pot t boing largely increased. It is used pounds. his new position. U. A. EtKECKJiCU., uiiksion, at all sui.li will pio.o.uted to thr extent of the law Signed' There aro 2.- brick stores under cents a bushel and shipped west. by l'kyHiciiinfl nil ovor llio world. II A INKS. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, The Mississippi constitutional con- construction on Cumberland avenue, beJ. II. McKlNNKV. J. H. Robinson bought of Matt Phil-lip- s Mr W SAMKOHDIKWIN. C. I.Y.VN. vention adopted tho report establishing PALATABLE AS MILK. heifers at SIS, Ml.. AI.ICK TUCKKK. Hi head' fat 19th and 21th streets. Contracts JOS. UAl.l.OU TA.VFOKD, KV. ability to read or understand n reading of tween THOS C .IIAUu W. A. IIAMIIID.V. Sold bi all Dntuuists. the State constitution as an electoral have been let for others. Middlesboro and sold to Hays, ol Kockcastle, brood I.S. I'HII.I.II'S. Weill drilled te order hnil l'nnin liirmshed J I. DKCK. SCOTT &. BOWNE, Chemists, N.Y. factory pricei. qualification. marcs for $200. , at Democrat. Semi-Week- ly Interior journal Is pei-son- s -- t. WALTON. h-- Full and Winter at tin i I j a hies b. Mccreary. Sjj S.W JUlbYILLJi X4 . Jl ORE I room for further argument. Our choice Full and offered at prices which make us question the lowest house ry us una ue will surcnj please iou. (itutiiy cuiitiuvrcu. lulu ourucsi una uesi jountl unijwiicre near and make record on Dry Dress Clothimj, jjoofs, Mors, 'llats ' Carpets, trc have made SPECIAL PRICES for This WEEK. .ill Flannel Joe per yard, worth 22 J all red (twitted - ... Courier-Journa- season in advance of anything have heretofore shown. There lacking in assortment of styles, for every price from the cheanest tl pickings from merienn and finest grades. nmd.nrU can prices lower than those auoird or " ...,... mm nthn, iiii rjnwo criit ...... ri ;' "'?' prices "vio at this season siures oianoru bined. J will snl them will convince that the Louisville store the place hay your worth ode; extra heavy Shatter Flannel r'lannel hue gray Flannel from 2oc upwards; Canton Flannel or yard and, all per upwards; all the latest shades in solid and line novella nlaid Dress at 2oc per yard, undo all Ladies' Cloth in all ors at worth Sac per yard. not care much this iu ninriJa nf mn ana Urercoats, but merely saq that our line of new rail suits this - -- 1 x-- . --- rii -. .- J. ,,, It MaiuitT. , ouf t I 2SjTOTXOj5 n ... I , 1 1 ; 2&R. THOS. DALTOM, OF CHICAGO Win-cheate- r, ;:;jALL KINDS? WATCH WORK UnTE A. R. PENNY. 1 .! fjys mM tC .G.RUPLEY,- .. Sat-urdn- v it SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. li one-year-o- ld 1 A. A WAHB3.CITO "IOIEI 1,700-pouu- oli-tain- nd on-th- e For Groceries, Glass and ITotioG. .M l Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly -- Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. man-of-wa- ever-growin- g LOST. . teMEMl vs T e, i .1 ! ( . ii- , CREAM ::iTHE MYERS HOUSE nmm mm m ufr ml mi 3 jltotfll SCOTT'S ;i.a ut 2,-:;- Stan-fou- l. well-to-d- o Pool mid ISHliarcijParlors a 3 GOOD BREAD CREAM FLOUR P"iucor. POSTED. full-c- - V, .'t. r..J-.- .. i -- r p"y.' vye-TT-- w;nnywin 'W.w)Wif' iWMiaweT,ar,.M.aiWiiPW'a)iiagi N"",""" 1 ? iwwwy wHy n1 "jhj; "MfJ jm,iwpLn Ka- - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ooiii.iTs Nkw 3f n .it. of S Myers. Camhi Bikdi it ris. for sale. Uporc,e Far-- n timothy 8ifd at Hixaina Stantoih). Ky., Si:iti;mi.ku 'Si, 1880 ii c Nn. line A, Warren' Moti-- walton, nus.MnnflRnr MEANS lump jimt rvivivetl at l (trocery. "" An Al.iemey yearling wonld be oMit-m- l for inforniKtion A. of her whereabouts. D. W. Vandeveer. Stbavsh. 1 ra Dink Farmer came in yesterday with "Santa ClaiiH" Pulton, the last of thou chnrued with robbint: and burning Outer's store, and he was lodged in jail. JAI.ER I Owks tound three little saws , BUSINESS. I 1 rate to cirrus bition at Danville and Lexiueton Oct. 3d rrniitil. Tim bust place to Imy drills, 'pfltout nd 1th. inwlif'liK'Han.l tollt't nrtirlfH is at A. H. and Uoi.d bii3, thread Penny's. frienJtbip rlnss, "all thu eo;" latest fashlU'T your school hooks, ink, tnblot. of nil ionable novelties just received by Mc gu'iplii-pfijier, jtvinil rikI kinds from A. !(. iVnnv. ltoberte, t'he Jeweler. Vatc-ii- i i l' niiy. vmr u ruiints. MeiUl u ninl jiwvlr,r rfjmirwl A. H. IViin'v. nnil "'8 MlflonB . want what ... tune and .1 lr h. h ,H.i.,w nf " "Vi2wife of Jamo3 Fnson, who I ,s yourself. W. .SMBfoMlif ready when Tk ttiisto all on thorn, thinks tho I. for ,n"r'k'r ,u of B. MrUoU-it- . "? or O. J. Xewland, Marshal. , Iell county, broutfht them to him on A. Tiik l dr. C. will sell excursion tickets Dr. .1. F. I'eyton and I. M. her recent viut to the jail NirritB. exhiut low I It is I will "bTshTnVxT week to collec M "' iai! ywterdoy wl.on he aenr.-l.u- l , ' 0 BfOIWlil. you owe me. . j Kon-pmiish- llrnco, committee, will receive bids till and clean-- 1 h'nturilay, Sept. 27, for inji the stieet lamps br the month. KW " j ADVKItTbEJIN"rs for I recomim-n- Infants , JJrm-lljn- and Children. cetH'ti. medii-ation. PERSONAL POINTS. ( ills the I'fc mm. .Mhmh'h K:.., Jtailou. Itanville, it viit-tn- t; V Miss 1'bnmm.ton lUrhtuoml fair last ntft'k. M John Hkh.iit, Jh , was down (ram Grraj's Sunday to eeu his folk. wns over from losing-toLcsli Somlfiy to two his kinsfolk. JtJDtiR f. 11. Peru's, of Sowoiaot, was 1hi Friday on Ufail busim-os- . Mbssh. J. A. Mitihixl and It. II. Clow, ol Itarrrn rottiitv, nro lisrt'. Mr, Wm. Ay km, of liOnisrilU, wns bcie lovornl ilnys on leeii! business. Mi-- s Hrntik .IMt, of Crab Orchiudi Swfom and Inila Hiiys. i visiting .Mit Tur. rail ob White "Tit Willow" for short at lWvilli', we see in tin Mosson- Wii-sox atU'tided the Tub ptawe come fornard and settle. Tho books for IS?1 aro ready and I tniistluivo tho tax. '1'. I"). N'wwland, s. L C. ta.t-yeif of Lincoln county will n lo Tub new ntnl canls are to he bloe. It doean't matter so mnch about tho color ii the piipr U all richl. Thu present concerns are wore than hlottint: pnjier to write on. of Lebanon will en- D. Hay'" in that city on tertain at Mr. Fridnv evenint; next. Our junior and a iiuuiIht of the youn people here are i s for iiivlUitions. Wickliile fo. the of Lvan Warren, at DanMlle, innrtler y,.o,,niul,niili.iliir till vi.ctonUv afternoon, and it had not agieed at las, ncconnts. and winter mil-- 1 A linerv has arriretl ami I invite an inspection of it from the ladies of Stanford ami vicinity Miss Lena Ellis, who has cliaicoofmy &tore, will be pleased to wait on or chow i.'oods to all who call. Mrs. M. F. Klkin. The trial of Iteatt TQ I TJJ5 PUBXIC. ieipi' tf !j mi rin my r I I nitd iricO'U .m n.i UasHUixTKjrtoar.y jircscriptiun II A An in n. M V , known to me " , S Y, lit So. OxfurJ bt "Cantnrla Is so well ailaptl torhildrrn that Cfttorla curre Colic, Ooa'itlpntlon, , Sour Htoiiiai Ii, 1'iarrho-- , and jmmiotwi til. Kills W'rui3, Kin's blii-pVltlijut injurious Tnn CejfTAi-- nf.n an.i wm.ia ih way of j '.cpi.-aie- tort.eiv oticin Company, T7 Murray Stret-t- . N V. Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repair- "B .Mti rrpair.nf Sewing Lc-k., .. All 'jun, Ii-t- o , Work Neatly and Promptly Done And Warranted by THOMAS RICHARl, Stanford, Ky. uMing. entrance Koom up uiiM, Orld Fvllon tf not il ' r ; ot ntfn ' i i-- CL01 Our The yoiini n mi-de- ottllf-ation- Hbi. MoNTitouSRv, we learn from the C mi iei, Ilarrod-bur- t: Democrat, waa tendereil SEPTEMBER 24TH, 1890, the prohibition nomination for Congress by the rJ n'.in .e hrrt II convention there, bnt he declined. Of conrso he did; Hrer Kvl. NEW HA MIME HE'.ll AI!')N TRACK Is no hotf. He knovv-- j when he's Mr ami Mm. John- M. IIaii. will so Sbvkn of the 10 county committeemen he tonto KansatiCiiy Thursday to vieit rela- rot enough. were here Saturday to elect a chairman lA'At tives. WiiuiB IMii is It? Aliout a year aeo anil secretary of the committee. They of Sew Canton, MumMibkl CJravet, h a little ivil pit was found by Alex Mnr" were Dr. (ireen Moore, .1. II. Chappell, Kvr "Itcred W ai.y f'.ur.vlic an tion C,tncoil-- ' Li ie ,i rt kei Nellie Mo., is the tiurst ol her relative, Mi. 1. W. P. Grimes, J. H. Carter, (ieortre 'T--i tin in the cattle pen at Ilowlaud and M. Bruit. thinkiu? perhaps that it might be of Urisht, L. L. Dawson and Thomas Hok. IIbrck Josm bae moved hi fam- service to him aomeday, he took it home Dr. Moore waa called to the chair NQUSE, STANFORD, Dceatnr, AIa and cared for it like a loving father doea and upon Capt. Itichards named YALTON'S OPERA ily to3u Loniafroni for toe winter. hie child. A year ha passed and the lor rnuntv chairman be was elected by a was Mr. Chappell for J. T. Cbaio haa retarnol from Cincin- pet pis is now a bos. Mr. J. unanimous vote, ', nati, whet he went to bny goods lor hia K. Bruce, who never iortsela anything, secreury. The roeetins: was imte a slorv Bt Iluatonville. saw the nwrnhlanc of the fat awine to pleasant one. Mr. IJrisht ma le a nice Mr. axi Mki. A A. Wabbbji and a pig he had lot and now ilaiins it as little speech in which he said that the KKACII & Mini Kutiua and Ktfle Warren will fft hie property. Mr. Martin admits that democracy of the county waa more unit- M"l to viait relative). Ut Boyl he ionnd the pic, but says that it is his ed and in belter trim than for a loni: MisbKats Ohvb, of Uncoln county, snd tha he does not intend to give it time. The committer' recognized the Mra. II. C up, and in the Kiitfti of her slater, alo states the impossibility of a fact that so far as Brer tiilliun if oppoIlarrodabnrg Democrat. Bra.lley. there will lie practically no ii man's remembering, such a thing after so w Davk Jauuox, of liondon, tonaatitn. He will not attbmit the sition to Oov. McCreary, but will urne mi List. Mnd iin a pictme of hia case to arbitrator and as Mr lirncesays every democrat to so to the nlls and AM) old Uhy, which ia the imae of it he intends to have the hog, a law unit roll up such a vote ns our Model I oniiiilc and all. in tie ervfsman deserves. Mill likely follow. Finest UniiTsrasd Mi --tin Cordis Comhix and Amanda While in liichmond Friday we were l..uhaui, two Itell county lwantiee, who Sati.L CarsiiKi) Alex Walker, Krter placet! nntler many obligations to our 30 THIRTY 30 for lliariiw : McKinney, wai struck on ImxelieenvislUnts Mr. W. 11. Moae, in , 30 ' DISTINGUISHED 30 . D. woatlier-fordthe head by s heavy hickory stick thrown former countynian, Mr 1. iMianed ARTISTS throuKd Satnrtiay to 30 who seems to ! coiuins: money in 30 by some one fiom the tear of dipt. home. const rucliou train, Saturday hi now home. He tells ns that his busiA Organization. Mm Mrv ltoniNBON. Mowrs. Jake Alox was walking on the plat- ness this year will airureuate Sis.000, Beyond ,ueuion (outer, llctter ami Superior to H. II. Millur, W Denny, J. liohiueun. .ill Miuitrela of th p.ist anil prvM.nt, making tt deiMit when the train passed, notwithstanding there are six other esTray lot and ( ieorse S. CarMiter wore form at the of all n ideal ami ret niV.Mhati-jand was moltjetintt no one. The act waa tablishments of like nature in the city. A tli!U nho attended Uie Madiaon niiKiiik behind his l2.:W mare re- Monarchs of the Minstrel World. therefore a piece of pun deviltry, which spin over town .nr Iroui thifi county Kiiilny. vealed to us the steady growth of Madi- Ahaolutely ?n l.nttre Change if Pnijram aince np from will be dearly paid for if the Hon. W. 11. M ili.br ir )jt tour Dim. Peyton and I'eid think son's capital in the last decade. There Siiturday nisht to Ktc his fain-i- t caottht. Inuu of the ukull ia broken, has been no attempt at a Wm, bnt Watch fw c ir Ijran Ji.liy Unifsrmtil HanJ that the v and attend to aoun preuainK legal and other enterto which if true makes the wound necessa- houptts, manufactories Conatitiition-makiiiBueiiiH 2 O'el'lc. well-bnp, uivinir. the place prises have sprunt; better rily fatal. Alex in an unusually aereu with biiu, iw be ia l ml ;c Rtuve tat real city air. Street cars were added haved darkey and is innch thought of a W H. M k. ttrt' than for a Ions: time. well ai by hi last week ami a new railroad now comby "Ijttlb Wili.ib Walton, who utjud ownthu white people, as yesterday r petes with the K. C. for its trntllc. race. Jude Shelton ollice" here, but to work in the printing Is a live place ami no mistake, ami The Farmers Sink and Trust. Company r.Ud Tom Carter, ono of the men who who ia now attondim ltandolph Mai-ohim in jail we Were crntilled to find that our were on the train, and lodu-u11K STANFORD, K . Colletre. at Ashland, Vn., went down to tiuill, Messrs. F. M. (iieen, to await theiesult of the iiian'o wound hear tiov. McCrwnry ieak at Hanover, a id n-- 'y lor bunnes with f j!ty organize He n void his innocence, however, and French Tipton and C. K. Wooils had la C. 11 , last week, and in another column sayy he can prove that he was in the kept step to the inarch of proe.reNS ami Paid up Capital of - - $200,000.' furnishes n a fundable report of tho front cur whn he p.ised Stanford. The are each fiettln rich. 13,500. Surplus, ..--- fHech and other events of the day in act lies between thtee and the othor two old buildinu'From Mr. John T (iano, Tbwf. the hntoric aie sMtted and will be bronchi to trial. banker and real estate dealer, Dallas, St CCF.SSOK to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Unit tho As wo $o to press wo loam CITY AND VICINITY. Tex., who is here to take homo his wife, (Now iloaing up) with the aainu aaei and ." U wounded man Is doad. This makes ii lite iimr maDaaemtint. who lius spent the summer with hor s. s. Mycru. m iiKiViiM-i- . By piOAiiionaof ita chatter, oepo.itors an cise of murder usninM the cowanl'y mother, Mrs. K. T. Kochoster, we learn protw led ai depoaitors in Xuttnrul scoundrel who had mi reiKless a being held indniUu llsnkt, oil some inteiebting facts concerning liaN'e to ita abareho'der Ni Sorghum at A. A. Warren's. the extent ol the amount of their M.k for human life. .i.ldilion Dallas and the hatndo lind . Cattle Co., thtfrnn at the p.tr aiv thereol, in It m.iy to tthe .1. innunt invtMnl in mich hr, Si,y timothv iHlat J. H. Foster's. Law. Fur a long time in the latter of which a number of our cacciiter adminit-t- i tor, truttrc, Vl., a fully Oot It At individual Will tlooch. a worthier fellow of the eitixens are considembly interested. The M bonne ami lot for rent or sale To thoae who ununited their Suiau.cas to n. the Lincoln Xaiiblinl Hank ol doing much in Un- white mnagl Millelgovillo neighliorhooil, has been latter has not been ttiven Oct. 1st. Thomas Stn.iford, we we hett- tcndi't our many thanka ami of dividends, but has gone along truo tbvy wilt loutinue to trannact their buaincaa making himself exceedingly obnoxious inattei i.i:f tcr prompt attenua, ottering at asurjnt by tlesturbing leligious and other gatli ' paying running expenses and increasing Hith .tmt, our twenty yeara' exper.eice in icceivcd eriugs. A short time ago he walked into its holdingsof land ami cattle, starting tion to and at liralac:oiuMadation a are Nk hue of Zoiitler shoes just tanking with aound hanking II. Shanks. QUI and exaiuine church and getting into the middle of an a few yeais ago with (.,000 cattle and t lltHKCTDRIi tl.cn. drew two pihtols and commenced to ' 000 acies of land, it has incieased tho J J. William. Ut. Vernon; . J. M. llil Sianlonl: and tho latter to Hmikilt IIav, wiloied, ii pioininont do the Comanche act. In a moment tho former to 1S,000 head J. S. Owrttey, statiferd: S J. E'n'.. f. Stanford; acres. Thu low pi ice of cattle has of the Sisters of Kuth, died Fri-- church was vacated ami no one had tho s'i.000 inembcr J K l. n Stanford; nay. Next day young canted the company to hold for better courage to say him A W t .uptiiti'i, Mdkd...l.; iv night. K rmtrhman, was appointed to atrcst him, prices, which are bound to come. At Joe Carson worm onij Minstrels give a but he and his i.artv held him oil' and ' present a o year-olUowhiih' r h, M f.Md Ky Ill nil hteer is K5 I'r, M'llllt II SI ' pamile, as well as a capital the attempt was a failure. When Car- $15 to $1(1 on the ranch, whereas a r H l nmd stieet J brought $20. It only reirformauce. Couiu to town next ago they I son next came to town he was in his and see bothf buggy and as lie stopped two pals of quires (I oi 7 men to see after this vast ilnigsdale and another fel- property and attend to the stock. Of !i Fish. Mrs. Sam Kiiclemun, while tlooch, John held him while Dallas present and prospective Mr. Hano tubing in their pond for new lights, low, sicxeil Carson and drubbing with is very enthusiastic. The real estate might a cattish that weighed 10 pounds. liooch gave him a terrible beating him in the face and transfers average $.1,000,000 a month nnd Mrs. K. was so exhausted after pulling his fist, threatening to kill him. They then took there aie now under construction buildtT in out that she almost fainted. his buggy and drove to llustonville ami ings to the value of SS.oOO.cOO. There I will only be In Stanford on Saturother points. Carson swore out a war- aie National and :l piivate banks, with days and court days for the next rant and it was placed in the hands of a capital and surplus of $1,000,(M1 and while visiting thu schools of the Couxtnhlu I. H. Alcorn to be served. deposits of $s,000,000, w hilu cotton and ounty. Trustees and teachers will Healing that Hooch said he would not other factories are numerous. 'Ihe new Colio, natural ei"-imfu- i. W. F. McClary, be taken, the constable summoned a census gives the pl.ue about 110,000 in-- ' Titer ircl.wivr reirnltir, InUi-l'er'please remember. r nlln , ti which tltiilr luialiii-oH- . kA, l a lutiillyiiititlrliie, confuting of Calloway Nance, James habitants, including the subuil-Superintendent. il l '" oterj- tloiiavZloltl. 'I he "t-iThornton and Win. Iladgutt, and started is nearly COO per cent, increase. i EI3S:VII12Kli:. :'. Wiiii.i: coupling cars in the lSowland errand. They found Hooch ami State Fair will begin OU. IS and last , night, Nick llrudy got on his exhi-yurds, Sunday yrfMiWJiax. so; two. ordered him to surrender, bnt ho drew weeks. There will he a splendid caught between tha draw heads nnd had lii.-bitionand among the celebrities who; i pistol instead and when he started to '.'Ti tnil Cleveland, h s right arm broken in two places, it, Mr. Thorton let go at him with a will attend are Mr. and Mrs. iffi-r-being badly mushed, lie was prop- shot-guand put 1.1 buckshot into his Carlisle and possibly lllaine. One day erly cared foi as hoon as possible, but his worthless carcass, three of which passed will ho set apart for Kcntilckians and ."Ii VH JG r". Kiiileriugsare intense. clear through him and 10 lodged in his inuuv noted oneb aie expected, lhey. H II .1. .If.. '!"--Mfnno.i lO i" In- eiitcrt-iinubv the . I'U Cuntixi-biWhen the eases of Hus- bowels. Hooch has been a terror to his will I 1. JMfl charged with neighborhood and if ho dins, as in all ians who have located there and a royal sell, Smith and tendered them. Mr. J. robiung and burning Jim Carter's btore, probability ho will, the riddance will be hatiipiet will be Armstioug, whoniai nedoneof dipt. I'. KV.L h m3 was called ycbterdav, the circuit court a good one and no tears will Ue slied oy S Yesterday the consta-th- J. White's pretty twin daughters, is pres-room was packed with people, showing tho . ldi-nof the lair company, for which he j great interest that the case had ex-- bio and his poiio came in and gave , selves up to Judge Varnon, but were re- - is paid $5,000 a year. Mr. Hano tells us They wero doomed to disappoint-r.iagtotiio rwi.th-sthat Mr. Armstrong is one of the best OOlllO " IIIM iT hi iiniii.iinvr.niE.iaa. incut, however, for tho Commonwealth leased on their own Al' anil is rapidly nji- ill Akm. snap- business men in the ritate trJtaitill9 Mlrp, K."ic. jior Itottle. had failed to secure some important wit- Hooch's pistol showed that hois had singu- getting to be a millionaire. Mr. K '1. 1'rlco of pttl-PIt which ped twice at Mr. Alcorn. youngn Hooch Young, formerly of this county, who IflSSlHifSTT-IT-TOagffWfnesses and asked a continuance, lar fact that when ho tell fi 4l,-- le"Mrorirrlmr,.(. was, after some objection on the part of was in 15 feet of where his father was married tho other Miss White, is in the is afso doing J.r.SMITHA,CO.iaifr.i"Kii.cnK.v.s,''ST.lOUIS MO. the accused, granted, and next Friday ut killed by Nick Morrison 'some dozen livery business there and e. years ago. 10 o'clock fixed for a peremptory trial. r- so-call- Mont-conier- y For the veterans' reunion, the Him ami (tray, at Knoxville, Tenn., the 12 neon and Crescemt October Itonte will sell excursion tickeU to Knoxville and return, u'oxxl for 10 days, at low excursion rates. Full particulars can b obtained on application to agents of the t2neen and Crescent Honte, or asen's of ronnectins lines. Two express trains daily rin Harriinan. Through sleepin; cars withont change. lixt ibhiox. 7-- 0, MARION COCNTY Trotting Association 1 i Stoek is About Complete in I - i Frciititun A, i ! . b- 1 Hich-artl- s. Fall Ss, Winter W eights k 2M-poun- QSiV St-- 27, ROWERS' SUITS, OVERCOATS and PANTS. STAGG & McROBERTS. I to-d-ny con-cern- el It y 1 Am -- k three-nionth- s- a, ; i. 3d hL RO yLll NK 3r-FI- paj Bf-Tjr- a S3 tana cc m , tt lu&it oxa o VJX 5 Watch Inspector L X R R dealer in- - i Mid-dlelo- ii' PflJGHES, IlOGKS I will ftHO lEWELRY. (Stanford, Ky.) 1 t. Vast Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. ni-jh- t. 1 1 WATCH HS A SPFXIALTYI&i I take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. 1 iuij A BIG LINE OF bus-im- 1 Street Parade at Almi-sio;- I CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS A llich-uion- d d bieth-renofth- e I a t Jnst Received. Also line of Parlor Lamps of the Latest Designs. Glassware, Queensware and Tinware Krpt in to, k Country 1'rodui.p laken 111 c.ch tn.--f furgi '.. - IvXAHK HAHDIXNT. 1 rict itfi tlisre-Lttr- d ill-- . v .1 l'os-Me- t- oii - Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils .i.:ul Window Glass, Wall Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware JW& la?8 nclJEWEL yf Y I J ol),-ais- WW lAVDP Sest Rnilroad "WATCH,9 The Watch. 3 "3 rrWfCHZ -- d I H'Mo-niPe- , d 11 . few-year- s 11 3 - c tc C o n " 3 zz tfl X I I . Sat-nida- y i ' TatfsPilsl Malaria, Dumb Chills, Fever and Ague, Wind Bilious Attacks. tlit-'hx- i I SJ o w X C c 2 1 Iri tc to G w y mkW'iM'mw .1 R srjf . We y Tt 2' .7 V"i ",.- fwXI., .1 - 1 uX ' 1 jC I V T j. 7-- ' '.I. W . A thX'-if-A."-- r. wrv jl a " 1 rf r ,S- r v 2 P - XtU z n o 3 5. CI. few-week- s Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes. WELLS, Ph. o B.H DANKS, Jowoler. Preac. Clk. t po.-.-h- o, Vv. B. MoH.OEEH.TS, .Mdiiititi t. i n-I- , , S AM'OkD, K'y K HIGGINS bo-bid- u.-- n -,r , A ffinfo ..i'i.J' . k M'KINNEY o. Are headquarters for i - I I - -' I . tin-Cain- j ITZ' '' l"" Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Lime, Plows 1 Plows! Plows! Huy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel law-abidi- ng. e 1 them-cited- t it rifcllS 11 -f Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Kvery plow warranted to do good work, or no sah Ask your neighbor. r BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Jloofc first-rat- Keephiy, Short Hand, Telegraphy. e ttrlte for Catalogue anU full iMurmation- - m OlllQll I F UVUIOVIULb BafY f WgiJiZi&k.! t-- tj istr" r. fiTin ,. ,, ') ,'rv. 'ii .i.ijrn.iTTVt;. -- lyrTftJ..-p,lv-..,r;-J-Jl- j .cyy.'Ji.j'.y? dufscaiac- - , fc1 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal AT CHURCH AFFAIRS. DEATHS' DOINGS. Publlshod Every Tuesday nnd Friday S'2 JPJS1 YKAIMX ADVAXCE not si paid Sa.50 will be charged. Eugenia Punlap Potts will furnish the inuic for Hew G. W. Duu-'n)'- s meetings at Lancaster. The Cimtian Endeavor Society to Im? largely attended. The nieot-inhorn has been t hanged from 0 i. x. Mrs. con-t.nu- es tr K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. times. in Ijmcaster, vices at the on the 2oth. beginning L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Theatnount of money now raised by It 51 am 100 missionary societies in America and Mail train going North 116pm 'South " " n J)Pm $12,000,000, of which ?.V, is Express train " South .. J7m Europe putat ' North e 30am 500.000 are raised in America, The conLocal Freight North 5JPra tributions of all the Protestant communiSoutn.. The Utter trains alo cirry passengers. time, Solar cants in the world average less than one The above is calculated on standard time is about to minutes faster cent a week for each communicant. There is a great deal of excitement C. just now in Richmond societv circles over f K.n. the fact that Mrs. Xannette II. Willi?, In a C null r ' 11. it tllcky, .i le nee Harris, daugnter of the late Dr. John Hiri, of Richmond, has brought Milt in the Chancery Couit of Rich re del e, oppo mond for divorce on the grounds of cm t .e I have re " t all i I i'l eltv and liccntioiisuess. site I ema.c l 111.1.11 KFID Court-House Train leaves ltowlind at it s J" P m JMil m , returning I, m. Mtmlays. Hew U W. Dunlap announces in the Keeonl tlint ho will hold union ser to . citiien Ansel Wood, a of I'ulaiki, is dead. Mrs. Judge Randall, of London, died Saturdav. aged 71. she was the mother of Mrs. Vincent Itoreing and C. M. Randall, and an excellent christian wouihti. daughter of Julia, the Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1'. Ware, now of Somerset, but formerly of this county, died Thursdav and its remains were interred in Duir.ilo Cemetery Friday. Ear- ly in the sprint; the little one drunk some concentrated lve and it iind never been well iin'e. well-knowtwo-year-o- ld Thoie is a great dSflereucn between nnd Sol esteem is an important element to success when under the easy control of good one and abounding grace. AMdo from this, it U comes an element of contempt and destruction. is always lines-surto command the tespect of others and to preserve the individual in the royal road that alone lends to tho and highest ends of life. self-conce- it self-respec- t. Self-respe- ROYAl y f li--' ISrvrrf,. ROYAL MS ffl Ves' ' "" sJS n asaaBaBafe a IMaHaWV "1! iT."l"a.V 'jiMLJvX y 110 rULli j In-- d vn W VJaWs'.CBft' .s.V -'- ..VsS V We, Too, Have an Empire on Sun Never Sets. Which the The Cincinnati, Hamilton .V Dayton K K i the only line running Pullman's Perfected Safet Vestibuled trains, with Chair. Parlor. Sie.pm. dnd Dining Cir seruie between Cincinnati, In Unapolis and Chicago and is the onl) line running Through Rtclining Chair Cars ostwocn Cm- cinnatl, Keokuk and Stprinnfield, III andMctpm. C ir Cincinnati to Mackinaw and the , Tho Flnoat on Earth. 8AKlHC POWDER Absolutely Puro all in A c I' I . rnanrrm.FiS8iBl Tci Making dim St t c t '".WV.HH (UiUIIAYAOl'llr, Lom, iMroit, RICHARD I I WARREN I REMOVED! ! ! I3r. A. S. PRICE, SI OlKce on Mi... EtTect of Prohibition. K.Ky DENTIST. Mc Roberts' Dm.; sl re. nnfcrd. t.m R. C. un stall extracting Office 0.1 MORGAN, DENTIST. Nitres D. D. S. P oriitmn Kis.n for painless Prohibition is not only a flat failure, but it paralyzes all Mates and communities whcie it prevails. This ttu tlint; statement is fully lwrne out by the following facts pUhered by the New York The people of the New England State, muiely, Maine and Vermont, live under prohibitory laws. According to the theory upon which the system of piohibi-tiois founded thesecommunities should be in an exceptionally flourishing condition. The census returns should indi cate the benefits of State interposition to check the con&eiiueucos of bad personal habits, and to steer the citizen straight in the pathway of sobriety, industry and tuir Mu..tre.t...Tit iixide us "o. STXNrORD KENTUCKY n DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. MlTTtreet, in offi e recently Ofr.ce South side Manford Ky. vacated by, Dr. I. F Hutta. jTAM.KNr ' Vl"'OD ALLEN & ATWOOD, R6&L ESWTE RGERTS. Johnson LC,Tonn: ENS. VM.AYRi:S JAS O Vers Since the gentle Kutli nurtured the Daily Daily STATlOsNS. Impress, y.x. Sun. Kx. Sun. feet of Koaz in her, at once widowed and ly safe. it Jt n'al j 17 am la 31 n'n l.e Staiilord virgin bosom, when the threshing floor o 10 plain 40 am I 30 pin " Lexington " Winchester j 00 pm it is P"i o 40 pm groaned with the bounties of the fields " K. U. Junction. gleaned, since Isaac in which she had ; 30 pm I 25 pml 7 10 pm " Ml Starling. " Merehead t 9 pin a 4? pm 9 sl pm When Baby was sick, we garo her Cftstoria. awaited the approoch of the beauteous corportirn b.i.b-- the cororHir Oltsellill J n Porous, " Ashland. . .. 10 30 pmi 5 li P, When slio was a Child, slio cried for Castorl.v J5 I'mi cprp-.berone members of this of .lock,itw.n I'obecca, the Harvest moon has been 10 ij pi " Catlettsburg.. isapm or paymefor shsw .vsuhicnhW Mist, sho clunij to CAstorin. When she tho time of festivity in matters of love. Or pi " Huntington S pm o.kw.i.. hir nurcUasintt and having snariwui I.ve.Huatiugtun. . It 30 aj When sho had Clitl 'reu, sliu gave thuin Castoria 10 th.m am, r,.rf subscribedn thj l.ok.ofthcComy. after Now is tho time boys, if you would Arr Charleston SJ other-1and paid lor mis mamhor ol the Hoard by Director, of this win her; now is the time, girls, if you " Clifton Forge.. 7 am i.f No ' Lynchburg ill 45 I e would catch him. Under tho Harvest rnoratloo exiept the Prenduut, shall " Charlottesville dirucil, 01 indirectly, for any comiieiition. " Washmston .. 2 35 pm The President and moon Cupid plays more capers than was as Director. his servici-" lUltimere St pm and 6 ij nnt other officers (except Director.) and s.rvnti uch evor dieamed of in the philosophy of Philadelphia. A Hoon to Wives ernplojeesofthi. ioriralKHi ?hd recede so jun " Neu York 9 Haviug uiesl "Mother Knead," I would not by the resolution. Tennyson, who talked about robins, lap'hrdlU cmpsm.tiu " llichuinnd, Va, 1 40 ptn be without a to ? J"",?:? of the Board of From the tenor of the answers receiv- they must it. It it boon the wives whi know " Oldl'otniComlort pass through ordeal nf wings, doves and young men in connecpainful 11 This corpor tN.n ' Norfolk Mrs. C Meburje. Iowa. Write the nature am I nnvileees allowed to corporation, cf its tion with springtime. Louisville Tinier. ed in response to the Post's juustions childbirth. Kegulator Cj , Atlanta, (', for turtber Ilradfield ,6 Title under Trains tsavini; Lexington at 11 40 am and 5:30 and Sold uy all Druggi.t.. particulars propounded to tho delegates-elecurnpiU. to the Companies aud N. no ille Sunday e nne'--t at Virches-t-p m daily, K..ad.ol imiucnsr.i3ii.nin for Kichmond, Ky and point 011 the K. C R aveland i'Unk the subst'iiuent A t.of Hie Gen. Qti.l The legislature of Victoria in Austra- constitutional convention, it is upparent DRUNKENNESS-TU- B LIQUOK HAB Limited Vestibule K from NwYork,lhiladi. In eral AsBemblyol Kentucky. be subject to and lia, recognizing the evil ellects of hered- cut that an Australian ballot system will all tho World there lis but one iihia, the all imiats lUst, arrives ut r.t and shall ouro, Dr. Hnlnoa' Goldon SpoclHo. discharge all thr duties prescribed by ity in the case of habitual drunkenness, bo adopted, that special legislation will m daily Stanford n 57 p m. LeTtnelon at 4 47 lis nature and it. It can he giten in a cup of tea or colTee aithout Richmond, Va.. and all points ol corpomu..,, font mail from said Statute has passed a law which gives a wife the bo prohibited and that an tht kuonleoKo of tin- person taking it, effeclin a east, Iluntington, W Va, and all local stttmns arpurposes u,h..i we nivr nciruuiu iiiukiiu' right of divorce if the husband is found c'auso will be passed. With regard to ipeedy ind permanent cure, whether the patient rives Lexinciciii at 11 40 uimmi ilaily except Sunis a moderate drinker or .in alcoholic wruck. day. Stanford 11 57 p m. to be an habitual drunkard. If after electing tho Court of Appeals judges Tnousands of drunkards hat e been cured who Accommodatlonlrom Olive Hill and intermedial! 1890 V PKYTflN. C points en tiieir coffee marriage she discovers that ho is an in- from the State at large, doing away with havetakin the ColdcngeSpicific believe thcycan points. Richmond, Ky., and :io, am, the K ex S. I1UC1IKS, daily, without their knowled,. ind to Lexington Ky. n nrv'Pl' the circuit courts and abolishing the fee quit drinking of their own freoday No harmful cent arrives at SUnlord jo p ir. K... Srf., will. Sunday. ebriate, she can also get a divorce. The system there is too much diii'ereneo of erlect result from administration. Cures guara. j aw. 1, r mi'ci M, V. lie sure tickets read rend via N. N. its 5. H. HAUGHMAN, husband can do the same with a wife if opinion to form n definite idea of how anteed. Semi for circular and full particulars Ad. Ry.,IJ.. JOHN M. HAIL dress m confidence Got nun Co., 185 S. V. II MOUSE, tl. P A , Cincinnati, O. she Is proved to be an inebriate. V. II MILLER the convention will act. Louisville Tost. KaccSticet. Cincinnati, O S3 11 and lohu M. llBilhes. W. H MiIUt. J. S. 0iley tojvther and Hail hereby asociate oursehes the to become incorporated pursuant fetntutei provisions of Ken. of Chapter 6 i the Geticrnl of the Stanford K tuckv. by the corporate name Company. LoKaV Creek Turnpike Road be uoiiductud in th buildins, 2 The buainws to mainuiinn and operating for profit a Macada-mireturnpike road in Lincoln county, besinnmg a pomton Main street in Stanford, Ky.. at au it lading thrclrim o.ithward between the alley M ureiriisu of Mrs. Molhe Myers1 heir and Johnsaid oser llalland running thence southward eastwardly Illeytnthubt A.iph Ilranch, thence by the preroiw ot 1) W Vandeveer. Hughe A J. Pevton, A L. Hale's heir, S H. llaughmap,near H Shanks' heir and K 1". Pence to a point Lieail's Creek and a .mall creek emptinv in Pence-house, thorce up thereto its front of U. T. premiausof 5). II. hhank. by the 1 acan's Cre-with the and D.tve Collier ui an intersection nuar the StanMoiie ford and Crab Orchard turpike The length ot .aid road lMHtstofMr. Chanpell two mites to be about h Stan-forx. The pnncipHl Pllcf of b"no Lincoln county, Kj communce on the 19th 4 Tho corjoirntion shall terminate on tho ijth davof July, ibgo, and and sooner terminated by a unless davofjulv. i,o, ..( the stock outstanding vote ol r The authorized capital stock is six thousand times and in dollars which shall be paid tit such as the IJoard such amouuU and upon such terms Hut the corporation ot Director, shall proscribe mav organue and begin business whenever thrw thousand fue hundred dollars of tho capital stock have been authorized ,v thesv article shall be divided into The capital stock ahull each share shall shares nffitty dollars each and holder to one ole, cither in iierson entitle the all elections and at all meetir by written proxy at ing held by the. tockholder. hall be l this corporation 6. 'I he atf.nrs elected from the A Ilnnrdol fivtilireciors, stol.holders, ..lie of which Directors hall be , aiu elected as I'rtMOeni ny on the first-- i.u Saturday in ' cted shall lor c.nc June of each year and shall surve until their year .mitt ssiccceding their eli tln andSaid Ikard shall and ,,u.lif.ed jNo elect clerk and treasurer but no member of No person treasurer said Hoard shall "e shall be eligible to an oltice in this c rpnration who .hall not be 4 .t.ickholdtr thtrPin to which 7 The lnuhwit amount of indebtnliwss thll cirporaiion may at any lime subject itJelf exewd seven hundred dollars .hall not 8 The privatp property ill the members of this corporal!"" shall be exempt from the dehts of thi s per cent. or In Vermont theie has been no in crease of population. On the contrary, Attorneys .at Law, during the ten years since 1SS0, which 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. have witnessed such amazing progress in other Commonwealths, there ha? been shrese Muilding r an actual decrease of about :500 in the FRANK MAUiMON. number of Vermont's inhabitants. JAS. G. GIVENS New Hampshire, sandwiched between EOBIKQE. Maine and Vermont, and atTectetl by alREAL ESTATE. most precisely similar conditions, except such as proceed from mistaken experi- ments in sumptuary legislation, has bought Town Lots, Coal, Iron and TimHer Lands grown just 10 per cent., while Maine wao Correspmdetice or sold on Commission. ' per cent, and Vermont .oiiuicd growing 1 was losing ground. HOTEL Turning to the West, where marvel ous growth is the rule on every side, we OWENS, Manager, J. tlnil the two prohibition States of Kan. Harrodsburg, - Kontucky. sis and Iowa. Here tho experiment is hotl recent, but the system has been long I have Liken charge -- t thit popular every enough on trial to produce results.. lid intend to run it in a first class manner in papered and p.utit.d from respect It is hem and In Kansas the increase in population Y.g is being .01. to bottom, the e make-i- t plc.s.int and t Ut)o,00G d during the ten ten years is from forests. IhetaM- - .hill 1. UvsV"E"-e?' J to about l.GbO.OOO. Vast as that inby hotcl.in th section crease seems to be it is much smal'er than was to be expected. Against Kan ARTICLES 0? sas' increase of (i per cent., her neighbor at the north, Nebraska, has increased The Stanford & Logan's Creek 12 per cent , and Colorado, her neighTurnpike Co. bor at the West, has increased 110 per cent.' In the ten years between 1S70 and We, the undersigned, h T lYtice. D W. J S 1SS0 the gain of Kausas was 173 per l'eyton. 11 J S K.OOO, 1 Ul. thiift. What is the cae? In Maine, whore prohibition ha been on tiial for nearly half a century, the growth of population during the past ten vearshas been about AYRE3&G1VEXS, Welsster's eloquent description of the British Kmpire is very readable, but we doubt whether it is generally realized fiatwe, too, have a dominion on which the sun never sets. It will hardlv be believed, perhaps, without nn examination of the maps, that San Francisco, in stead of lieing the west line of this dominion, is only alwut midway between our eastern mid western limits; mid yet it is n fact that the furthest Aleutian isle acquired in our purchase of Russian America, is us far to the west of that city as eastpoit, Maine is to the east of it. Between the north-wes- t limit of Washington Territory and the southern limit of Alaska there is a break of n few degrees, but with the slightest reduction our territory extends through Iflrt degrees of longitude, or 17 degrees moro than half way round the globe. Hence, when the sun is giving its kiss to our westward isle, on the confines of the l'ehring sea, it is al ready flooding the fields ami forests of Maine with its morning light, aud in the eastern part of the State is more than an hour high. At the very moment when the Aleutian tlrsherman, warned by the approaching shades of night, is pulling his canoe toward the shore, the Maine is beginning to wake the forest echeos with his stirring music of tho a.. Great Divide. good-nigwoott-chopper- lletween Cincinnati, Davton l.ilua, TuUdo, Detroit, the Lake Regions a'ud Canasta. 1 he road is one of the oldest 111 the State nt Ohio aud the oils line entering Cincinnati over 15 miles ot double track, and from Us past record can mote thau assure its patrons spaed, comfort and safety Tickets on sale everywhere, ami see that the) trad C , H ,V D , either in or out of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or Toledo. General Passenger and Ticket Agent I'he best sac in the or I.I for cuts, bruises, sores, uker-- . salt rh urn. fes .ires utter, chapped hands, chi'bluns, corns and all sklk trup lions and psttiMh cures piles, or no pay lemur od. It is euarantevd tu gise perfect sattsiaclior, or money refunded jj cents per bo. I'ot sale by A K Penny. Vuitord, Ky E. O Only Dlroot Lino III !! I I pott ll I", i I n Hireiof iMci.t Ke llrt Indianapolis and Canada, I' pot for Michigan Points, nnattirn in Central de- - Chicago I. ' New York, Wrsl.niit. r Ui ke-- t tip ki 'nn.' itini 1J the West, New 1. 11. iinf .re lMiil.i.l. 1 1 i l.iliu it. I. . Ho.stoii, I THE P. I RILEY U- I MOUSE, t In Hrr '!' ne hcst I IKi.lMA rg, 1, ' .i MiCORMICK. London, t.o UIL.IY. Proprietor. - Kontucky. Hf 'ri-- .i nc to Sh 'ri K a' Bucklen's Arnica Salve prttan In I hiise sirrd ' tl t t tMtftg (at am lister trl no iiirvit .. omitio'i- com ir.e p if lit uii hr I ii, ( HcuiTi nrrr jti i, hel an.' ticri u h.it tics d im .,'t tluigc .i its me a ill. mi n.jlviMp r . Clf ir l , -- 1.0ls FKANK RILKV. of , liiiimi t(f ' , lOutr t r k Mil Miniif ti tile, A hct ulr, Ltih hi viry od stnis in i h jrr tr ' If " t ' r t ' ntn t iVr GROCERY. RESTflURMT Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so All who popular as to need no spoiil mention nave used ltlectric Hitters sing the same song ot praise A purer meduiue Kx- not exist and it is guaranteed to do ill Out is claimed Urrctric the Liter and Hitter will cure all disc m-will remote I'm pcs, (toil.. Salt Kheum and other affections caused h impure hlnod Will drtsc Malaria from tht s.tcii and present as I'm a cure ol well as cure all M il.inul hesers Headjche, ConMip itioii .ind Indigestion try Klec tenure s.itis.ution gaurantecd ir trie Hitters monts relunilsil rri.e 50c and i per nottle A It Penny's drug store ot Kid-ntn, And HOAKD1NC. HOISF I haea lull imr of frrsh eries and t fc- . . ... uons nna ine nne.i v,igarsni lo'..c..s Hettiem. UA poiuu. line running- - solid traias s ith The c nlv her that I sell only I r cash or pr-- l i' e 1 hate Pullataa Boudoir or Palace Slswasng Car-a Kpst iiira'U Am 1'. pru jr.tl t" sontllle without change tor any cia- - .1 cuint'tM'ii keep bnjriirr" at serv ret.or.ahle rites OIe gers or baggs.e me a call nvi be nun cl S it Im Jn on right. Sclina anu sl ntgomcry, lluni.sillr J w c tun: i k R t in II. rrn e Memih.san.l HkANsAS. S.. .rti t arul ji kest I Ai nisi, n V I W tul Bluet ronur tiuis mule at I I VS is ttl, . il oru.it i tr insfr for . ' lluu.t. 11, Austn , 1 111 ,. in, Charle.tou, Brunswick. Lake At CbaltaUOAga CAIROOA., fot Atlanta, Columbus, Augusta, Mucin V Cilv Thoiuasrille a,id I L . HI e I k " . . M WTEI.L 1 '!.: BORXiVG. I' I lr r. 4 .'k., i fl i a n u A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. I c- 1 Wcfk ll ri. pi t ) ' , t "14 ' I TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. I It i just an orilm..rv scrap ol wrapping pi per, but it saved her life She was in the isi phy.Kian. tht stages of n.uuiption, told she as incurable and cnuld onl) live a short time-shweighed than 70 pounds tin a pieit il wrapper papct she read ol Dr King's New and got a sample bottle , 11 helped her, sne bousht a large bolt c it helped her wore, bought another and gresv better fast, continued its use and is nose strong healthy, rose plump weighing ic Kor fuller particulars send stamp to W rounds druggist, Fort Smith Trial bottles of this wonderful discotrry lice- - at A. K Prunt'i Drugstore At One Dollar Ci'i "' r .1 1. 11 Foot. K 1 MI '1 I k Wilhm Al.atl ln he nl I Shnvj nmin' ihroi v In ft t.A u H tn Alll ,v ikm t r tt4l-fM, l.t iA'l rr t .n-- a ,t l ' t I ; V ttl Iit rt W i' K,v Ic ery, 1. M. HIU'CI?, A!!9 I Mstsi TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFOnNIA. s . re t 11 . UVST, ULS ia S?..L;, Ht ( v A. K w I ! STAN Toll I, Ii .1 ) K Prison Tortures. A startling story of the horrible cruel- ioi-y- Glims Pincvillc, Kentucky. TEECOMBRClflL 15 . omfort-abl- t.s nn IAMBI - Van-devt- llaugti-nan- , cent. In Iowa the loss ol headway is still d "" two-thiu- d. man-aeedl- more striking. The gain of the 10 years by that fertile and progressive State is only 2!iG,000on 1,024,015, or IS per cent. Kut in Nebraska, as we have seen, whose eastern boundary touches that of Iowa, the increase has been 12'J per Taking our little sipiib of a few issues cent, and in the still older Minnesota, ago as a text, the Jessamine Journal just to the north, the increase has been says: SI percent. "It is no uncommon thing for inon Thee figures are interesting and they who do not take our paper and never deserve the attention of everybody. favored us with a job or advertisement, to . ask editorial favors. A member of the The Harvest Moon. family dies and a longobitiiaiy is brought Say, boys, and you, too, girls, do you to he published gratuitously, when not know that the Harvest moon of 1M0 is a member of the family is a subscriber. now in its first quarter? Happy she who A wedding takes place and full narticu saw it first over her plump and snowy lars, with list of presonts, Ac, is expectand dazzling right shoulder, for she shall ed to be printed, when none of tho parbe married before a Harvest moon wax- ties are patrons of the ollice. Even polies and wanes next year at least so say ticians will expect eulogies aud advocaand in many respects cy, whose names have never been enterScottish that is better than the lore of the books. ed on our .subscription book. We are Of the Harvest moon, one of the getting tired of that sort of imposition. sweetest of the English classics saith: A good motto is: 'You tickle me and "The kiss that would make a maid's check Mush, I'll tickle vou.' " folk-lore, ties which the convicts in the Colorado State penitentiary at Canon Citv are subjected to has just come to light. A convict, several days ago. managed to smuggle a letter through the kindness of a visitor, nnd private investigation has just resulted in a corroboration of all According to these charges made. charges, at the least olfence a convict Is subjected to punishment known ne the drowning process, in which the convict is strnppeit to n post so that he cannot move a muscle. The instrument of torture consists of a hose. With the noz zle within six inches of the convict's face, a stream with 00 pounds pressure is turned 011. The unfortunate cannot breathe and when he opens his month he is strangled. The water is forced dowu his throat aud all through his head. The punishment is continued un til the convict becomes unconscious, ami then the prison physicians are called to physical resucitate. Many are wrecks through this torture. This means of torture is, however, surpassed by another. Tho convict is strapped to n bench with his head between two boards, a bucket of water is placed over him, with a small faucet so arranged that a drop of water will drop on his forehead every five seconds. Tho victim is generally kept in this position for an hour, at the end of which time he is all but a lunatic Denver Special to Chicago Herald. to-da- y While a broken txeau cable was beirg travelers repaired l70 miles from Krt. the City ot Unlv New York bteumed by. The men on an iiisuitmont icpair stetiuier attached and telegraphotl the fact to the liiruan Une agents in New ork. A Duty to Yoursolf. It is surprising thai people will use a common, ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable one for the same n.oney Dr Ackers Engluh pills are a pout is e cure for sick headache aad ad trouble. They are small, sweet, easily taken and do not gripe. For sale by A It Penny Kng-Iss- SPECIAI hr.t-class llor.es snd mu.rs horse.snd hi lUNHiiNl tuMMKlUlVt. o,ht .n IkuvIid luers ! 1 J". EE. EEIXj TOIST SWITCH. K mmrm ICu'SyitiC ki Aieas'j Cm tt. ;i -- PILLION'S Healer la A NKW FAST MAIL I . Dry Goods, Notions, Huts, Caps Hoots, Sh , - iv ! ; 10 tSi .,,r It is the best pin Dr. Acker s English Remedy Sold on aration known lor all lung troubles. and 50c bjr A. K Pemit posttite guarantee at ssc Can't Sloop N'lfrhw Is the complaint of thouuad. sufleriug Iroui iV ma, consumption, cougru, etc. Iid you esvr try ' a or t'"i' . ur, I sue,! H d 'jni'jIJ rns- LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI t'" Daily, Secures Trstslcr., Conornl Line of Crocorios, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE All km.is 11 k 1 1 1 , , s . a oaluTicaioa. 1. th great i it r hic Kier ami Clic-- g. , 4 m isl coaif. rtatle time and . , p .1:1111 Ihi Shi S. r t the I he '. 'untrrpart of this tt. i denominated I' .1 k n The Limltn! 1 - - , '' r ing slo. ., we employ gls t h iiir.o .e fjtt " ii- ri jtten; t! tetern r- ti..t n : uset I t , nil -- Another child killed by the use 01 opiates gist in the form of soothing syrup Why mothers gis. their children such deadly pssisoa is surpri.it . when they can rebc. e the child of Its Mculiat It troubles by using Dr Acker's Baby Soother contains no opium or morphine Sold by A K is M .111 t 1 tui.iri gel Jdoaea aad stick to M e saoaey and have a pleiisji.i tni.tl-n- , f r ' I I feany Hlood Uiair, lor it Hi Uuareotee to hm full demonstrated all the people of this urn other preparations for to ry that it is superior It is a positite cure lor .ychilm blood diseases pimples ft pun Kisomng, ulcers, eruptions and si stem and thoroughly builds up tuc A. K. Peuny constitution Wo Can Dr Ackers anil Do nitLur. LESSENS PAIN DIMINISHES snw labor 1 r w h M Klsll.TIi Kkl K 'ores time rards. map. l A , I OIII.Sl'l. A . is ik KoHLkrv Agi O ,t WJiSSPn'W CHIILD BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO. ATLANTAqA j DAHGtH . MflTUFR Or lnr.Tiir,f,r PnnlnnIO D lvc,,lul"vJ ucuu al n-a- 'Hlil'I'.GUAssl ItlH'TK ! Not if you go through the storld a dyspei ti. t Dr Acker s Dyspepsia far lets are a positisc ur lor the worst forms ot dyspepsia, indigestion, rl.it Guaranteed and sold y ulency and constipai'on A. K Penny. 1 Id Life Worth Living ISM- - A The Shortest tint! Qulckaet Route from Contnil Knntuclcy to nil pointts North KftHt, Went itntt South-Wen- t Fits I.inobotweun LaxtitKton unit Cincin- nati. sUIHilLKlN ItlTKCI .VcTT uih I. MAV 11, . .12 Huh' ;sure o- ' An irarv.r .m Is tr. ic". ,ir I llrer A aiitt l.l s ur mm y 1 11 lis, oii -- . lb : . now prin t !s Iti ness, Ij ill t.is to p n tcr n tlnn m ii si Smil'.s!. oampus if. . at a K sp l - v s,, r 01 1 I. . iii ronsli i. ti mut imiir. I, 'o- - Scuuts ilie. inicrd t bi al II M inn' ln ct on tlir ll.r und K Sua. ' Noi Daily S,,' It s I s , 3:n. TlinnU Kikhari. I ml . irom a pmii.ature doallt is mm dcrful She .titH'. that or twontr years in trouiili-i- i m- - gre.it! wo s I Ilatl sinotlRrinr spoils. .Ii .rt luoa u Hutii-iii- . eou'.d nnt slo. ponmv Inft.i if lintmu-Pflln In Bronst, shou'iW ami stomach An swe:. .1 II nt much hrii'lacm .mU dur. noss Troatment iliil mo no goo I until I tried Miles Nc-s- Uian Cure isrid Uustoratiw NVit ine The lirst 'mi' bolprJ ue, and I tsassm ti tlnualy curvd sale- ut A II lVmi s 'rut? store a tl.-- book on tb UK.vur and Nrhves Irce Tlie WorlcV-. Tbe excitement euuscd by tins grrnt event Is Perrp equaled hv th.it produrr-i- l hv the srrcnt discovery ol Dr Miie. the Ji'S'nrutit .V. r n It siHedlly currs nervous prostration change r life pain dullness and contusion in head, til's. bleepleasness. the blue., ueura eia. pnlpttn lion, monthly tiiinf, otc C V fenow & Co . of Syracuse. N V , T lxtt ml AIo.s of (Ileitis burg. Ind , ami A V llinckb irti of Wooslf r O , ay that Thf NVmin- wll letter thrni any thing ever s Id aud gues univtrs.i. Dr Mil. illustrated treat autaction l.e rn tin-- N'irit- and l:sj irt and lti.it bottie free at A K renin's dru .tor o Trip narrow fsc.ipo or Mrs llcr StniH. Carles nf I.ve I ir. innati I.vr i Million l.vr lalnu uih. Air rris Arr I.isington I.ve Paris n hester. Arr Arr lliihii.ind Arr l.imaster Arr Sunf nl I I 10 1 I if a 9 11 u 10 as a m 10 D II 00 il I I 4 1 I SO of p 10 aal. so p ml 55 P am a it ij ,. .. R a pa (S Is) p '' os o I i , 17 p m J p nj " s I t. p in P r-- s J I r " l 7 p m Arr llerea Arr I ivingt X. k ku hmond n pa j I 5 1 O p M .....TZiTTT p m so p .Vn. t. ., . . lr No. 5. 10 11 Nq e lr - l.se Livingston I.sc Uersw I j.i I tt p.t.b ' Joss Thompson, In I'urtm m Urns,-Iltiib'ii; stunOrl.K ' OLD KY. ROUTE Ntw rt S A-I. .1 Richmond... Stanford .. Lancaster Hichmoad. Lse Kichmnad.. Arr Winchester .. Arr l'sris Lve Leiiugtoa Arr I. sc Lve Arr 7 45 a as 10 00 a m 1 is am 700 am 10 00 a m 5 am 7?. . ' p m 6 m m t 4 00 40 p o f p 40 p 50 p 71c a mi 7 il am1. 10 a m T . Lscl'ant 105 5 5 - m-- Vestilo.lf M...is, . 1 rv Co rams to .1 K I). Air Atr Cincinnati Falmouth Le Cosngtoa . m I sj a in 4 m 9 1 a m m to is iwi m 10 45 a in 6 1M I") ,! pm n p r- - jjfprr ..pro r p ra Li Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, 'Daily All foirits I.ait iti ' S' nthcist (li.ly one night ut Irom Lexington. Corrected Tune Card in Ktlcct jn 11, i(n KastMail A'ccom. ! ..1 Kothasif kiwing were a sin, Under the Ar;us eye and dm and tell-tal- e noon. Would cause but a murmur and a blush 'ncath the Hanoit moon." glare of s insn-tioiic- r I -- 0. s '; fil Wilted cucumbers are one of the last whims of the epicure. Peel a numberof cucumbers, cut them in long, thin strips lengthwise, throw them in a pan of cold water in which a handful of salt has been cast, and let them remain for at least an hour. Take them out and lay them on a dry, coarso towel, and wring them thoroughly in the towol so as to extract all moisture. When taken from the towol they will be found limp and wilted. .Serve them at once on the table. They are eaten like celery, with a little salt, and are said to bo less injurious served in this way than in anv other. Thuy are . said to be very delicious. m mm Half a teaspoon of sugar will noarly always revive a dying tiro, and, unlike the few drops of coal oil which servants are so fond of using and which have caused so many sad accidents, is perfect- . . . 1 ! 1 . .1 . . . . . Trains Nos. tt aad 14 run Sunday only tctuec Ciiiciiin.iti and LrslnEUMi, leaving Cincinnati ' attitiug at Lexington at i m 4am, andat a p. re. and I.exingtou 40 arrive at Cincinnati S35P m. (in thealaytille Ilranch, No 9. leaves 1'arit at 800, am and No. 11, at 5 IS. P m, arriving at Maysville at 1015, a in, and J 10, p m. Nn 10 leases Maysville at 5.15 a in, arming at I'aris at 740, am. No. u leases Mays.illc at 150 and arrives at l'aris at 4 IS. I m. These trains are daily except Sunday. No riiiinlally Itoin Ia?xiiiton toCiin iniuti No 4j leaves Lexington 1000 am; arrives Paris 10 4s am; except Sunday No lleavesCiliciniiati 5 10 pm;amvot b'almo-it7 10 pm : except Sunday No. 7 leaves Kalmnuth 6 00 am; arrive! 'Cincln except Sunday nati7 55 Train Nottis t runs daily bttw ri n Lexing ton an Cincinnati, No runs daily hrttveea cineinivaii anu l.cxiiigiou Nos t ami 6 make connections at Winrhestei lor points on the N N A-- t V Uy IMPORTANT Trains ol this line now arrive at and depart from the Central Union I'xscngei Station Cincinnati, making connections for all (solids North, hast and West. Through tickets and baggage checked to any destination reached by a railroad. Cor full particulars address auy agent ol the Co, or W.I. MUNSON'.Trav Pass Agt . Cincinnati. S. F. 15. MORSK, Ctn'l 1'ass'g'r Agt 1 1 "' .No 1 1 t ear-en- t r H.U HUN'IIXOTON. VcpJe.'?.,ad,,(le;,'. n C ...-- 1. T-- himber Manager. (iKNKRAL OFKICE3 1I1! n . ; , t, lt ,y 11 I anti-lotter- y - rccnatbis.U.vfly. I c ITSW I SATrV MILL. 1 111 1 A-- hato fiiiished m) new Saw Mill on the Somer sot pike, 7 miles Irom St.irfonl and .up prepared to furnish ativ kind of I.UMIItlL SIIINGLK vv.fl ..11 Ac , at LOtt'EST I'RIClIS. iuin beratthe mill or deliver, to suit purchaser Cilve me. trial I'estoince, MAVWOOD, KY -) A II. HA ST I X rirririNiB': ,f ".