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NO. 61 First-Clas- milv tlw lilmit nf ilu The Interior Journals Beat the Lancasters We offer for al i rn Mr! v o -- Altho wo would like to, we cannot known a W'" ,mPrJ'elJ. contaimiit; 140 acre, on Hnttnn- s0 Wl.i , .jv,,,! wn, li3 Mw. lamb and bray of the hybrid. J. W. , ,, '. n.lefrm Huston- '"? an.d J'cK'"MV I'"e- '" Plfdid nelgh- nthe tJe.rtie Clean Out of Sight. from , , the republican convention at lJon Th( , , further rartuular. callcn tho HA Allen 10 slopning v, ,t.imu,K 4 Ie1 M)1,i to Comb-Mlle.on th- fike, t t Thkiii Fi:.thi:hs Cl.iri'KU. When tlit' J, .. ....., I.ilien ... .. ....... ... ...,..! aros dcriicned oraddreat Hutornille ...j.ii.u.iirA ..... .0 ..n .......1... ... JO'hoo w. -- v ttii- at 2; the lutti nro, soM to Dnvo wiuion uio .win. inn otllwl mi on to furnWi morinnil iwiioml- Ky I.NTKIUOK.IontXAI.9 Uellt tO LuilUISttT 01, or addresf ui at riiHt.nville,iul- KLl.ts. .rl.ti.im.j.1. i..... i.in ,iafnr ... MI.im n .l ...I.I. t !... . ....v tho candidates and tho result: wcwrge lit.... m u ",,w """ "' Wednesday and were defeated bv thttt vmsiiiiigious i.mio MARY KLLIS ..,. . .... . . t an old war sheik, simlictivo M II.. ...I.... ...w... Judge Kinlcy tne ..'U .!. l.r.. iuu'iiui, ...1 I. completely capsi.eu1.1 .wuiiwuniiiuiiwi n, " ...111.. ll club, not only the base ball playera of union ,urk' Hut the witty reply which he Mr. Allen for."r. to do the Moody house. that nine, but nio&t of the town people Depending oh his SALE 13V AUCTION. Lot on Main Street in Stanford Young (iooch, who wag shot a week got oll'on home follow in the audience! wotk wont wild over their surce.i and a fuel-ingWM Triton excel-A- s ww.tjie crowning glory of th. evening. a by an oll.cer, survives, with Cortaimnk' i ii i.x: The bigness, Of Pulaski, boot. of couceit evidently penetrnteit their onriilcHCl' , 1890, rer,ne. lit atwo to render "George's Little lent prosrwetsof reco very. It h. certain very souls. In fact thev foiirot that thoy Tuesday, Sept. T R WALTON, Stanford. ond trnmb Nell plume Vi.udf om iUSM ll,,.l...t" n.nun,.,,) :.. i,i... u ..f .1... tliii! ii vll nr tun iiniiitt'iit1 tin. Miilutl .... ...... ...c ...... ..I... I.. , mid iV u-, an.l ir.t At to a. m on thp fill more farm,will ,cii.y. on the ui ui,o.n toooo: sturdy oui inereij amateur plajer.-I Stanford and Oanniie all my I ,n. i..rji...v.tiihtaiui fcdMdcMli audience yelled out in slurry. detWvo column and others have been located tit Very t'OOH Ollrt at that, llll.l When tile Momehold and Kitchen rik. r'urnlturp. including m mull r us mod,, tenur, "Tweonkle. twwnkle little sUr!" the t5;.ueri of tne abdomen, opposite uiimii"r nf tin. emy Chir, llodattnilv Htatty i.i.iimllv icinurketi Htovei, ..... ww . wyn Jk,,hoven organ, Su;r Sewia? Machine. , li.uk. on M"i.i... nainta of entrv. A direx-- nassace with- .......: Baby jBuwy, lek, lioov Cat, Extemion they could not bent his team a;,'ain, mi the r "' lacerating intestines would seem an that anu ni.iny oiner ill lieu-'prrflou. in ii which would hive male n Dun Rico 0llt with a In the corporate limits ct Rowland filthy iucre was shoved at him and ho Jiitf Sil . Ad n Code- of PractUo (latest impowiroiity. "i ue it a pinwieiotne was forced to either put up or shut up. proud, he numbed the staiisa for the s ope. edition.! V, H IJAIIST, Rowland. da Met ka thai o of t! A d f,.Uw "How I wonder what you are." surgeons. Still alie, his mind clenr Arrnnyeinentfi wero made then and there AIo a largp quantity of Farm Implement, inclu- rreav, cllng none vt asonk, one mighty the n o nent of bin wound?, appe- for another Hoad T.TTO'nnT.TJ P.n V AT? 7VT Vrsr PT!TJT don't oinplMoiiiut; the "you" so pointedly us pime, whicli was to bo for hrt Wujfl, Kockaway. a Huckiii fighv I. on. j.ut u rofthip0y-w- e wvj Spring to tlif impression on li.e audience tite and di;;e.stiou oil and a cheerful slOO a bide, and Friday afternoon was Carta. Saddle, Wagon, large let if arncu. two c Mo. i ctt; r promise a rapid recovery. " iT',,i blojded IIREEClt"11 that tlitr fellow was a booby and an teinpirmneiit J ":,m",,,cu ii re m er '" oa' :iw,t" " " set foi the date. Tite was The Krandlybredof ti.t ,ure.t a..d f.ne.t f breed- - "wx$ i" Acre.. LOADER, on. "", The Little Hod H(v, which has been Ix)iid nnd itrolouv'Hl lauuhter h!,Ve ,he y" get thoto' hart. era. III. colt. ..re very fine and r.mble th.ir ,l,llll,i" that each club should play the.Mime nine m . . i.. tin ApplT Imp. Ilnlei dam He i. -- Mr. A. M. luisun iwh iowKtii ui ..... KreteHi this lly nd everybody went of lute yenro a pet diversion with the I. that thev played in the paints previous, aire.(grandamhyot ILneitt-- l.y i.t Johr.ton; 2nd AXl' Bob ley tho nwy wonrinu a visible crin. Tho inter-dep- J is, it seems, in a fuii way to bo relePorter Koblnson 111 cottfls " V.I.U, V...I. UT .HWA..MW. UWM. l.lfll ... Critch-lo3id dam hy Imp Margrave igrandam of King gated to the column of minor pmarnphs but on account of the sickness of forSSOO. Hperfeion of inunie by the C. ). ftrintJ Alfonto); th dam .Ali4tluto, by (.herokce, ki and tho inability of Iiurton to leave -- Mrs. W. T. Stephenson will rpr bHnd whb a dwidwlfimture of the enter-nen- t bv the Hit: I Jed llov, in controversy bel!rol Mare and Horo, mowt- - If 11 &l f P. his business, a couple of our substitutes Several tfaOw ly tomb,n.d .addle and harne !.. d Cral) Orchard W. C. T. V. in tninnient. The match rellwts consider-th- e tween a prominent frequenter of WMl W Dil5l tho were put in. This Manager 1'enny told I'lre or ix topuy Milk Gown three to ctlie thu ami a citizen of Stanford. It in n ble honor on i'rof. Smith, and another Mate convention at Itirliinoiid. Fall a ill.lirci;en vnL-- t Ntri. .cernl verv A Houe and Lot. CTnsisttnz nf $ Acre, laca- fine Heift-rta few uood Shouts. Arc Ac &l- - tllnat nttoxi of his skillful trainiut; will uotewotthy coincidence that immediate-I- v tho Keiitluuieti w'ho were seemingly anx ' ...! -- There will be Hit oyster ...1 frit. Vt. IIUIU L' .. IUU lH.u.ii n. mc CJ IVU ), W1U" rirUr,4 1) KIIUTI to nut tin their tin. but who at tho Ternnch. ious charlks It. SMt School-houfor m niorxw wjlt tn,. 'Juvouiler" have property, one lilock from Depot The lisusiins after the nottltuiieiit of a law suit whicli ....,.!.... f,l... c..l.,.J T D Enxliih.Auctioiiter. urdav niiihtnt Holtnes' : ..1 o ,1. contains six spacious rooms, onelattice porch, one At the same time and place. at that tu,r ,,erformance, which U niotnisori originated in the .Middle A;'cs about n iiiuii.iuu ui niv oiii3t.lbilluv llliltt'ia open porch and portico, will, all iiecenry out. the beneflt of the Sunday-scho, ...M.,l.. I'., nn r .. n........ . I. II . .uui,-.the bets were oil'. Manager PenI'.. ... i . ..... . u. trt4,iiisim., vi. cttlf, that tiie disputed owuer.shii of n dared ranht some time next uionth. Ky., or me at 1'inewlle, Ky ny also explained to them that the sub- I WILL OFFER FOR OHLE mi r.Afilil, Lmh s. oddor-pnllins, 3 l .Irt.llLLL I)L.S1K, ..I U It. 11. lironaut;h Irauuht this week of lio promise ttHrpctimtion of the wran-yl- a place, near Milwere no better than Critchlow Knon a tlit Gcorje Rn.-are some and on thirt hide the oceni.. Tho proba- stitutes San,hdi tonuininx heifadioimiiK' C W. spaneler two '2 year-oh- l tieorv" ami iSUrlOIl atKl OIlellMl to let them DO s Land .j Acres. of the pabtimon now roirnlin the ers at .tr, and of others u bunch of btbot bility of another Jarndyco vs. Jarndyco their own judges as to chas u HELL. folks their playing, but mo;1 '" s"" joyous country is not h bleak prospect to attorneys who calves at $1 per head. .Messrs. Joe and tho heretofore sportive men had so wilt-t tie sire to sell my farm of'ahout 130 acres situ--- I have just returned fiom the city Blue-Gra- ss ltoiwrt Mc A lister recei veil Thursday of suspect that the revision will curtail litiated about if4 miles north of Stanford oil the that they could hardly be induced to a full line of fall and winter mil With Hush Urancl. piVe, opposite the old church There gation. purne in iiim are about jo acres in wheat and rye; the balance bet on their own oxUteiue. It was finally ITOK SJALK. oods and will .....v.. .. .titi.l.tv nf various 'l'he Joe I'.c'e faun of 00 acres was of the farm well set in timothy Gcod dwelling ""- .1 ",w' '"' """" ""V l""" agreed that the winning club should be Wimiiiij; to ..I . ' . . sale ii of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid . .v thrill tlll'tll UlllHM. ...M Mni..l.iviii. ntiilli. ii t if pltl .' it at Vuit4it"c3 L!nlii trtt-- C'!ii . iut f.r'in, , w.ll "off r is well watered and fenced. Possession can ' entitled to the gate receipts and the game l',e .ri'ii.-tiW.th thiinka for mM liberal imtmim be ;iven immediately. For particulars, se J. P. u a. ,3 lhe A M p , 1111(1 w... nauey, aianiora, was then called and the Lancasters suf.. i. .,i.. :....;.... . " ' ,.,,..,......-...-.-I... 1n.ti.ia In 1890, Cincinnati, ("110. or write i.iet.nnaersigned at Oct. county Wwlnesilaj with n line drove er. I Ins addition to .Mr. r rye s farm ex- fered the severest defeat that any poor wit iEHS. my new lock. Mrs. J. M. t examine my farm in I.imoln Co , ulo(Illlll nnmh9titlK M odd tends his laud from the Liberty to tho bise ball club over heard of in these In ore or situated near me Danull' .V Hustomille turn- Ciuc.itti.i-ttis- ! ' w,id' SiSLI.3S t "'" bUot "I""' Middlcbtirg pike, shades of parts. Tho homo team went to bat and pike 3 , mi es from ShtWy Lit), and containing! -- TheW CT. i:. were out in full Land within n niilo and less of ,.B; the market. IhoHiuiie is not on Iv a made U runs; tho I. J's then scored U; I to sell pmately my residence and pion- parndwi f.rce.Nitnrdav evening About Acres. of pr. Hy women and raie old Ilustonville selling for ?W an acre, and tho ert). I he house has tne rooms, store r,iom, panuitido nothing in the 2d, wickbut, 9lter Jdce .. tC9.itii .ikAk .1.. i n..aAl Htrcet with cornet, porch latticed, Av mm nia Honriion, i is one of the nhrewdest of tho belief general that half the farms in but scored in the ,.d tuning, anil right ,, f can say iv mm scdie. ..I land in the imiuiai' try, trcnt erandah, but ... ... ,i, ,ir way county, celur witji wimlowsoi) .ouih side: outbuildings of . onrol te wt .. , an I lute, GiilhiiK iiHin , . Lincoln are privately on the market. horo thoy died, for with all new, consisting of meat house, henery, coal all their hard house, corn crib and dairy stable. There are two & Hin tho hnnllinj; he's the ma to Hud it. Mich- .strange mat tno iitrmeis will not see plavillg thev could not make another while it capacity is unsurpassed ;ood cisterns, one at liousc, the other at the staIt w as niniitdm.' to see the ioriJs ael Howots. a sturdy (ioriuau pledge. ble There n an abundance of fruit, including: the neiijhbor- cilueu of thoii benetl's i!) inn high tarilland ,,... .r. k... . neutrally knivn a such run. Our namesakes eot three in tho 2d.' and ,,,i.r ,.i,,- - raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, currants, ... ,... -,... u...... of creiition dodcins: these feminine " " ., liettei ou-- wind diet. We may not ., u..u amc Rockcastle, botiuhl tliis week of the tne oaiance an et in tituotny .Mil III.. .HI, I 111 tilt Ith, fi in lilt ,'itli nitd vation, pood came wboae awd for tho anJ clof(,r r, we watvred b). creek and nexer- - hre.1Uo Also some lull. Jersey harness ami heifers " reputered nice One Cows horse, one live to Me the day of tho "good time widow Alhiiyht her farm of 00 acres for ill the (itll. At this juncture of the failing spring. The fencing has all been reset was not to bo repulsed. be dnxenhy ei tie $.' IWaud of Reuben Reynolds his farm coining," but the Millennium is ap game the bOVS WllO had CrOWod SO lOlldly svitUm the lust 18 month, and ceryrield a and pas- - combined horse, both hiitfcy am lean and phaeton. modfmi""!0''111111- One ture has water in it. Theduvlluu I' -- The most einbarntMiiiK thine, in the proaching and as old Johnny Caldwell Also 8S, acros of pasture land, which will be 8 with hall. pai.tr. oflOOacios for These lands lie SllltO OUl Waterloo of W eillieStUU, J.ltW wth.roc,'m frame of roomj,'otchtt anu two nice, ''U '" one piece or d.sided into lots to suit Wirid for a youn man when "i sjmrk- tani and was wont to cheer his slaves, "Hurrah! ... ... ... 1....... !... nt heart liud threw Ut. the SDOIlge. ' dry cellar roouis. There are two. ..larse cisterns, . chasersrn Ihose wishing to buy a lot cheap Hill k.llflfl.klllv in contiguous to lltto I.irk, and Mr. Ikwers . i iiiinnni nitv j.i ....1. .,.. laiA Ikjvs, you'll be free when you die." -- P '" '" shor,,,-,'!u " tho game standing -- S to I. It IS 110 toll- - ,,als. wheat bin. tool shon. ooultrv house, tiower J G. CARPENTER. Stanford. out in darkni. just befoio he's ready u . That the family rockaway hoise, l...j. eat noue, two :i.. f ttot excellent ne.el.bo.. " J ing what 1 10 score wou l have been nati a mighty swoet H hh3 prl isn't orthaids and every arit'ot ma' fruit,' which it is thought superfluous to hitch, llOt they given lip the gllllie, a9 OUT OOyS tenant house or $ or 6 rooms Public school close 23COTJSE one be'H ded sure to slink away, and churches and railib conen'ent of access, or oven rig out with the best harness, omet iwently Cain. Charles M. ..,,-ii.i..,u,.w pounding the life out of 7AttheMin ,me i will aisii an of my stock, uik' that he had never And STUCK OF UKl'US FOR SALE. cattle, mil- - cow, Warner, ox condnctoi of t 10 C. V. pas- - only a waits t lie cpKrtunity to play smash their "crack" pitcher, Ivl Coleman; the conmiineofi and .year-oi- d . e never ui...j mi,, ..nr tiresence. generally, is as nearly axiomatic as that catcher was broken down and two of the with whom we were associ ' sender P1'!'";? ,0!"u ',he Jn'r ,,u."ne' Drugs and hero ok i ui.L,r.u avous cattle . my of ftesh that -- but but the cause we ageivn above ated in tho days when a railroad was a the sleepy but trusty f.'l mule courts basemen were worn OUt. KaUHey ailtl Thirty head, from ajed animal, down to suck- - Chemicals for sale M stock is complete in every was all that kept us from it. no and ,., . Hi inn of wonder to the natives nlon the reckless I'amiliniity for '20 years that he and ,i:.l ...s.l .lines. They are "daisies," aud mistake One UmII.- W the business is a paying one in , M0(1f, CeldinS; i -- The Imiid Iwys are not often in "the may catch you in a position that his kick work the former llllowih" OIllv four base 'ddlwor. mulcs Second Jewel 3 yearling stud u located in .llalso rent the entire 4 sooA my store mare by I'ppor Uumbetland. Tho captain no upstairs The house contain " cr, bV Hamlet: 4 choice brood mares with colts ,00ms hwim,"but when they nro they are in . G A. WASH, lltistonwlle. , assures a through ticket to kingdom . louver wears the railroad ana imp. nniion; 1 sohi mine cons; mm by ltasli'uru Thursday nisht .. . r i,..,..i ,,...1 .uus lilts ailtl tile latter supporting stock hos. j up his run to come. Ctipt. Joe Hullinau is the sutler-e- inirably. Will Wearen umpired an ex su hdof lot 01 pnuncrall the crops farming men- mil M... Jennie and Hattio Collior hivit,l "nifonii. Iiayuu: pve.t ;;:, now, in the demoralization of his old ceedingly satisfactory game and tho coh- - Termsa liberal and made known on day of sale follow his old trade, detecting' for the them out to their country homo and Cpt T I) English, Auctioneer A: N. Ho is as much in love witli the romi buggy hoi so, through the careless- so'iuence was there was no grumbling d J.W SHELIiV. regaled them with a feast of dainties L On account of continued bad health, I desire to hie.- - ness of his otherwise rusty friend, Win. One of the features of the game was Dav. ,,.1. ,.m f,i.sell privately my farm of 320 Acres of r.ui boast of Mu- - mountains a the Reid, r. Mr. Reid, as chaperon to n ison's putting :5 men out on 1st without Ian J at a bargain, in a tine state ol fertility ould Articles of lacorporation. ..' ...-- 1 .i.,.,!,. mi the test of hearted mountaineers are witk liiui, and sell joo ncres with inmrovements. Location one chat was of the prosperous future couple of young tlohcrmen, had the loan an assist, and another was the good mile south of Stanlord, and the laying of the farm Iwys the tnno until 11 o'clock and the There are all of the necess.trv im sec of old ltoanand a spring wagon for a trip throwing of our boys, not to speak of S The Stanford & Logan's Creek is sunerb. including a frame dwelling ot rive ii...tr fair 1i.i.sIik4ini- which awaits iiiiu provements, iieii.irie.it i...i:.. Turnpike Co. rooms and hall, a targe b.i.emcnt barn, and all V. tr.tin will never be run to Gteen river and when elated by their '' baggers ami several tion. TheC. that were For further iDfoimation, apply to w ith thanks for the evenings delights. buildings new plienoiuiual catch they embarked for made oil' of Pitcher Colemati. Our club UOUT. McALISTEK, Stanford We, the undersigned, E. T IVnce. D W. and Charley Collins, two by a better piiot nor one more popular Hen Mooio F Peyton, J S Roan had is under obligations to that clever gen- S H Uaughman, J with the traveling public. The captain homo in unusual glee, old pupils of W.J. KdmistonV school, npfd Hughes, W H Miller, J. b. Ow.ley and John M will make his headquarters at I.ouih- - found his chance. Mr. K. as champion tleman, Woodford G. Dunlap, for courto- - Hail, Hereby associate oursei.es toemer anu fell OUl OVOr 11. .....I 1.1 raii..rt.velv. , ........... "... . ....:... of the (Mitch, had patronizingly entrusted 8ILS received, as well US to Several Other of Ken. I will sell to th: hi;hest bidder, on the premises, 0f Chapter 56 of the General ...nn,. nf innrbles at tdavtiuie Thnrwlny vl,u' the lilies to Henry Cunnitz whilst he oc- Lancaster gentlemen. We never ciow a knifo into Mooro, and Collins plunged "hUSTONVILLE. cupied tho rear seat with Will Mocker. overa fallen foe, but to the Lancaster, .. ft bunncs, to be couduc-eThe Oct. !l, 1890, ithe buildmc, On somewhere about tho small of tho buck.' -- Horn, to tho wife of Mr. G. 0. Lyon, Roan's llrst lunge spilt the rear passen- Club .., WOlllil SUeSt that hereafter UiliVU turnpike road in hmcoln county, beginning Mv Ksirm cf thj .Acrts. situ.ite.l m- thp I. an. act.-, a dangerous if not a fatal inthctine. nu atanioru pike, r miles eist ol btarford It gers promiscuously over the in bianford, S.y., tliisv ri'iiioinbor tn.ll lit who lailpUS ,nal ' at a poniton Main street southward bitween at the aim on it a jjood house of rooms, compar.-.t,e,has a.,e.riMjinlj therelnmi wound. Collins was cut twice in the daughter. i and the seat crashed upon tho eprawlers, laughs best Hilly Weatheiford is bore on a fur- premtses 01 .ir. .noinc- .uycr- - neirs ami jonn .w. new and built on modern st) le, and all necessary outbuildings nrecompataticly new Has a good hand. Mi. Ivtlmistou was at dinner and Hail and tunning thence southward oer said I here is always a hearty greet-- t addling Will momentarily and wounding stock alle) to tho St Asaph llranch, thence eastwardly crdhard and is supplied with knew nothing of tho tight until his 10. lough. CHURCH AFFAIRS. water and a cistern at the door Persons desirous Mr. Reid's reel hand so severely that he by the premises of l W ,Windrveur, Hughes hero for Hilly, Collins has S II Ilaujihinan, J. of buying u desirable and well located place wi'l A. L. ilale's. heir.-un to the hchooU.ouse. present, lana will Miss Lulie, daughter of Geo. Kille, will need a friend to do his jerking for The county cooperation of the H 'Shanks' heirs and aE T Pence to a point near Croiit oy ueing sell at the as tne time some pontiveiy Will same personal- n it been arrested. small cieek emptying in Logati s Creek and goes fishing. .Mr. C. sr., has had a long struggle with typhoid him next time he meet at Rush thereto in front of E. T Pence's house, thence up ty, such as cattle, horses h"gs, farming Imple Christian churches will W. A. Hrooks was in town Sunday heroically hung onto the steering appa- Branch church next Sat inlay morning at I.osaii's Cieek bv the piemisesof S. H Shanks menu, corn and hav J W. A P VMS, Stanford. Ky and base Collier to an intersection with the StanMr Charley Douglas, of Danville, was fever, but bids fair to recover, ford and Crab Orchard turpike near the s'one Mr. J. W. Alcorn, wife and mother ratus and .succeeded in piloting tho old o.:$0. up to see his sister, Mrs. II. H. Karris,! length ot said road of Mrs Chinpell The reprobate into a fence comer without Mrs. Pokie T. Courts united with house about two miles. to be Tuesday. Mrs. U.G. rotter, of Manches-- j visited ilustonville last week. Jim is ftti ther damage. It is unimpeachably Sunday by let3. The principal place of business shall be Stan, ter.who'lms been tho guest of Mrs. C. tho West Kndor's refugo when there's established that the inevitable jug was the Presbyterian church ford, Lincoln county, Ky on the legali ter and her daughter, Miss Edna, by 4 The corporation shall commence 011 the 19th A. Redd. Jr., for the past two weeks, has any uncertainty nhout ownership; ivth day of July, iSJo, and and terminate not loaded with bait aud Itoan's ty or oven justice, confession. day of Julv, 100, unless sooner terminated by a r 'turned' home. Mr. John Anderson, was not a result of his having stock outstanding. of the of A partial solution of the stiike by The A. M. E. Conference is in ses- vote The authorued capital stock - six. thousand E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor darrard county's brainy young superin-- j j. is found in the liberal moulded with the traps in the wagon; sion at Lexington. Rev. D. W. Ellison, collars, which shall be paid at sucn time ana in schools, took in the tendent of common only nu outburst of that pure cussedness pastot here, is a member of the commit- such amaunts and unon such terms as the Hoard (it lhe corporation Ot Directors shall prescribe No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, reading match" at College Hall Friday spread of fresh metal on tho steepest which was of 'JOycais' latency. andbecin business whenever three and its proprietor is determined that tee on education. It. Flora, of il'inovillo, turnpike grades, making a half load oven .1...'.. ....... fl. p Vi,i.i(lr-t- l ilnlhirs nftlie rnnit.il slnrknight. Mr. A. shall be maintained KillgSville conduct-- 1 uiihorued by these articles shall have been sub- The meeting at COOPER'S JUBILEE YEAR. Hlonned over hero Friday to see his nest use, ere mx on me ;.,ueu ie;nu . - scribed. The capital stock shall he divided into The outlook for line fall sport has Oil lV LldS. J. L. Allen and .1. G. Ll,harcsf filty dollarseach and ncli share shall girl. Miss Mabel Graves, of Missouri, is He has recently ac'ded to its appointments Annual Tour of the Fam- ingston had resulted in Hi additions to It. G. Kedd, not been better since the '00's. !;!r,rXxJ.0..u eV.cl'ion'.'aiut LI ut the Harris House. Dr. ous Forepaugh Show. can rejoice in a general report of yesterday and in an increased interest. ing held by the stockholders after a pleasant '.summer's sojourn with affairs of th.s corporaiion shall be man- Judging from tho newspaper reports Drs. Hunter and Evans and Brr,' Vh"c. nMrJorfitli irectors. elected from the this ami ntijoin the greatest plentifulness of partridges; friends and relatives in and rabbits are thicker hero than En- that precede its coming, the Forepaugh Joe Hopper are conducting a meeting in stockholders, one ot which Uirectors shall A First-Clas- s Livery ing counties, has returned' to his homo elected as glish sparrows, which nuisances have be Show under the proprietorship of Mr. Mercer, el 'J.s additions to last report, rector shall To accommodate the demands of his increased Montana. Mrs. George Debord, who in 101 one eacn ycarunu sua.i James K. Cooper will have many sensa- Rev. Mr. Campbell, of the Christian luneol ceJ,ng iheir election srr.e until their scar- transient patronage. Hest Turnouts furnished come annoying. iucand has been lying dangerously ill, is conva-qualified Saul hoard shall and -- The veteran merchant, J. H. Green, tional and uuiiiue attractions to unfold churcll, had had 10 ill his meeting at cessors area electedand treasurer but no member of Commercial Travelers and others. Miss Heauregard Stuart has lescing clerk aisoelect ! for the edification aud delight of people CorilisllVlllc. t necessary to enlarge his ii,l Hoard shall he elected treasurer. No person ..one to Louisville to take a position in a ' any ollice in this for his increasing business hereabouts, at Lexington, Friday, Oct. o, - shall be eligible tostiK:kholder therein. c rporation modations 1110 Ciergjmail WllOIOaUS HIS tai.establishment. xno,hallnotbea This notice forewarns hunters, fishermeu aud . .The amount ot iiidcbtislness to which Accommodation is tho most appropriate Danville, Saturday, Oct. 1. Adam Fore- :.... i.i ....for ll. nnlit!r"il tt.il.l , nr -r- nlnuo and delightfully entertain- ' ". ss s.s ....nnriiun m.iv at inv ti.tie sti'.iect Iti.'lf others not to trespass on our lands without per bareback act, the tempts to Ferve ins .Master while adjective to uso in any connection with paugh, Jr.'s, mission, as all such will be prosecuted to the fullexceed seven hundred d'dlars. shall not inn indeed was the "reading match" at Mr- - Cireun, for one of his greatest pleas-H- feats of his lighting, dancing aud clown g. The private property ot the members of this est extent of tho law. Signed with the political Devil is corporation shall be exempt from the debts of the II. W. UAINF.S. College Hall Friday night, ami tho pub-- ' J It. McKINNHV, - elephants aud tho amusing performances to accommodate friend or atthy of his pulpit and unlit to be a corporation. besides the corporatots herein men- Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN. JOHN G. LYNN, showo I Us appreciation by tilling the .uresis Persons, ALICE TUCKER Mrs JOS. I1ALLOU. 0. of his enuino prodigies "Hloudin," the lawmaker. Covington Commonwealth. tioned, may become members of this corporation TWOS C HAI.L. i me inuu,i)U W A. HAMILTON. " nded, intelligent an-"ei is..a.. will, :i fair-of stock, or S PHILLIP" RKYNOlD.s walker, and "Eclipse," tho wife are here bv subscribing and paving for shares sleek trans M LC HECK nience to him. Eld Zack Sweeney and by purchasing and ha. iug shares of J dionco. Tho contest opoueti wuu n the Sat u dny morning's breeze from the trapezist are among the pronounced from Columbus, ItnL, on a visit to Eld. r..Ju.i ... ,ti.-- r,n the hooks of by Comnanv. after others. entries on tho boards, eight young ladies being subscribed and paid for north stilTcned up till at o'clock in tho hits of tho archie portion of the John S. Sweeney. Eld. Zach is minister to. No member of the Hoard nf Directors of this nnd four young gentlemen, who curp'oratiuu, except the President, shall receive Tho hippodrome races are to Turkey, and is one of tho most popuafternoon it felt like an embryonic hli.any compensation, directly or nidire. tly, for in thoir selected pieces every all tho stirring realism of lar ministers of tho Christian church. The President an,' lui, services as Dire. tor. from the grave and sard, but Sunday morning ntrived with said to possess litorature, a id ether officers (except Dim tors) and oc ut ca...is,i Paris News. He says ho did not come employees of this corporation shall recuse mi h most comical and oui irost, tnougu wontirousiy uko uid uie i.,i BCriOllS uuwii to tho ! I t ...;il. I'......,.!. lived by the rcsolul.o, s Tl,., ohuh iccuia Mini home to run for Congress. i ...i.r..i. compensation as shall W HCll V suu ulm. .w..o irUCC i.l 1.UUL HUUICII, t Tl... .Ininrunn w. .... !..... ll'l s li.flinrnim. Ti rui. iiuiui in..v.vM, nf t '., I. Mlllll I . Ol it VCHT lltO. i of the Hoard of Directors nnd ,. This cornorati.Hi shall have all the i"Ters tho freeze of such seventy as to ruin tho novelties throughout, but probably tho ill the absence of Squire Chappell, trl MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. and privileges allowed to corporation) cf its nat re most striking innovation is tho prcsenta- and lor its purpose under Chapter j, 1'iih. i,nlitl been chosen, Dr. J. I). Pettus sorghum crop early in October.taken Companies and No. 10 Title Turni e original" Wild West" show, Mr. James H.Taylor has the tiou of tho Miss Bettie, daughter of Hon. S. Fry corpnrated Plank Roads of the General Sut, Us 4b3C77ptOeOTsWrrfTrC-SMSKsicBeMnBacted as judges; It leu Davis Gravel and U" IM of tho Hustonvillo! supplemented with the equestrian ruefully tho excel- road in the interest Uwrence, and Mr. Lucien M. Adkins, h'r i t , p..,su us; R Battle" ... .u. .. . and tho 1)01 It 01 . su- - as of "Custer's .(. n,.,.ujc. i.oiiisvuie, win marry on me Vlementai ineren. auu ..u... t... ...Ut... ribed ,,.. each reader, awarded tho pal... Roller Mill. Grigg's r acknowledged of dfc i, miities und discharge all the duties presc "Mountain Meadow Massacre," in which 10th. pcriority as a of Corporaiion ol its nature and its victory to Carpenter Stuart, whose said Statutes ol ,... ui, .,.,1,1,11,. ntiwl l.i .liiii'a irr,.aiiilili in,.!.. '"f)fl inniintcil . i t.,lire intiodnced. - ...- - -- .. ,...v...w uv n,.....fs. ...... .. ... -Mrs. Annie Hall has brought suit purposes. t miesM. HUSTONVILLB, KY. ....!.. " i ini i hereunto subscrib SUH.CllUll, "Till -if ... .!. i'l.0,..,l nnrn.lu fiftltn enml.lnuil I'rtro for divoice from her husband at Brook- edIn witness whereof we have 10th day of July, as ninny vwi,-n- ,ii .:i ucccMniuc-ccM-itqbnnnvrtuditioii, was matlo BO"aii enlargement of tho just-- paugh and "Wild est" shows is pro lyn on the ground that ho grits his a.vs,0111 mpcctive names, ),this iiiiSDhi hhK, Are still in the business and ready to do anyW ' title an early thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full I. V. PEYTON, could bo. Andrew Buchanan, with teeth while sleeping )..S.tll7(;ilKS. stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Kobe me putting on nouueed tho grandest processional dis have been ruined. so that her nerves o.ovator, ami a Boy in tho Morning," ca.no compietcti E. T. PENCE, of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly play overseen in any American city. of an ellicieut new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. B. J.S. OWSLEY". second best; Miss Eva Stcger, with "Tho j -- Tho Circumambient is resonant with Itailroad company will sell tickets at reGreen has charge nfrur business and will shew S. II. UAUGHMAN, Bowling Gteen is to have free delivAlice - onr our goods to any one needing anything JOHN M TTnbeliever " third, and Miss W II. MILLER ery of its mails. f Lot. fourth, tho wail of tho orphan mule colt. There duced rates to aud fromjall stations. 53 with "Home to Mother," Mooio t Ail the contestant acquitte-- l themselves cml.ttwti.il i mhiI Mr W.A.1 '..lluf ti tvir. is little comfort to fanners ut cattle and Al-ntte- CAN'T PLAY BALL. intra riml imtlmK In nt FARM FOR SALE, i s Farm For Sale. - And.-r.rr- , 1., - ":." - . -- tr - ! I I 1 H 1 I ..l.r r,.- - iw 5J-- tf FOR, SALE! iMiihr-Wa- d. J j; ! - 1 ...... 30th, ,, -!- - , ,,, r it .., l i.js irl .'.1-5r For Sals I . Twcnly Buildinj; Lots w, i.u.,hu. , Contoldab-dMatuieian- - . '"" .- t- "' nr ... Hink-rstandin- talli-n- . - Xt-Ili- "i- ) ot T p" 'rV" "" "", w I a ' ' I,? U . nrtt-cla- ai How-lan- jjjg 1111 i 10 fl.l.! 1 supr se . . 1 ! - . ol ... . I -l- bean-hulU- n t i -- ,hm03-t!tirJn,- - . I lioinu-1-jwni- .-T.t F.rst-tlaa- Farm For Sale. o 1 v i- - wenu-bner- y A Farm 1 -I- ...v.-..".- ..-.'- - iis VW I I I c new-barn- ; , . -- . -- ...'. Wednesday, tra--- i, ... " 1 FOR ,t 300 , - 1 I 11 V 1 a. 11 . '.".e.sl.Veir" 111 j----,.-- sue-cee- ' cru-fud.-r- s, a t -- ,,.. - ..-.-".-. niui-gra- k'-i-- -'. "". . - .- tn.. . v dail. ppl. .. pur-SJC- .r... 1 57-'- 1 -- -. n.i" U,, FOR RE2iTT Htis-Lmb- I entiu-stoc- ... ,!..,.. ""'' ry a- -j ear-ol- d - ' J brass-buttone- , - 1 52-j- ra 1111 1 r 1 fai m is . mm, blue-eras- 46-t- - burly-frame- i s ''' I 1 1 nn"s iieaven-iavoro- a -- 11 a I . Farm For Sale. . Saturday, r tail-gat- , - neier-failiii- g ig 57-- THE MYERS HOUSE obstrep-eiousne- ss two-thir- stave-hauler- s 4 11 I 1 - . Hird-hunte- rs Twenty-Sevent- h ,C?. Pre-id- ei Pool aud BilHardjParlors Stable 1 accom-milliner- y POSTED. - 1 1 cou-soiti- e un-w- ot liigh-rop- o 1 1 I repro-Hente- d spe-eins- 1 rogramme. ..,., scrv.-nt- s - theby-law- ' j I : - dram-hmci- es .... high-rolle- - i ...... .. ........ . Hour-make- r, :aX , . J. T. STTTTON CO ,,.. ........, , ; 1 J , night-shift- HI i- ta-t- f? n: - v 7 y Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVIII. CRAB ORCHARD. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY". SEPTEMBER 30. 1890. NO. 61 First-Clas- s . Ail the contcstnntH acquitted theinsolvis splendidly mid Mr. W,r1 ,1 in par- Altho' we would like to, we can t titular. So well received was his selec- , "l tlon 'Tim l)ir..i.inr' Vklt tl.m In. attend mo repuniicau London the Mth, but here sour say n diwi , on ,0 f,,,,, lnor,.niI(i w,l0IMi. the candidates and the result: ed with "George Washington's Little ja,iKe tinier u -o- ld war hWk, viwikUM nntl.uoti. wIc eomj(lott.iy psiedthe Hut the witty reply which he .. ootM Moody a(t DtiJ.iw t.1. goi oil on some lellow in the audience work; I'lita.vi't Vmt rvr Trsfcle v,., tio crowning glory of the evening. Ihv onfUletxc, Ash arose to render "Oeorgu's Little NC" somKMly in the of the -- ! .m "'""' batti-bi- liie. tieiof S 1 .' ""'t" h ur little comfort to fanners in cattle mid hogs ami melody in only the bleat of the lamb arid may of the hybrid. J. W.A1- 10 H.onnintr Ion hold to Combat k All.-tntllu at S; the lattei Arm sold to Dave Allen a pair of man mules for S300niM bought a good cotton mule of Mr. Allen for $). iowik uoocn, wiio wnssnui it v by all otllcet, survives, with e: ' prospects of recovery. It l eel that r Ixdl or two penetrated the s, is n CAN'T PLAY BALL. The Interior Journals Beat the Lannaste rs Clean Out of Sinht TiiKin Fibrillins Ci.im'kh. When the Intkiiiok Jorux.i.s went to Lancaster Wednesday and were defeated by that FAEM FOR SALE. We offer for sale manly on farm known a AnJ-- r. the nil ( a mle from Huston Mllr, on th- - I.ihertv fike, m ttamii,.; 41 aires, (CikkI dwelling of f r n"ci I well water, d Call 011 it nddrc--s us at Htntiniliu, Ky 1 tie-irutf S7-- Farm For Sale. borlwod villeand McKinr.e w'n ""Pr)ed. oraddreat Hutomi)l -D. containing 140 acres, on Huston- a diii. in a nliitlwl nrl?h. For further rattirular call en the KLI.Is MAR ELMS i KENNEDY. HIV lt II ,k. on hi. .) .n mli r .1 ,,. tes muiv, WW-.- W t.ptrt fci to.t in 1,"" s'i'!,Ad!m wiik twain prrfHlou. m ,, tnnEuc m.Khiykot . m r . .b i' iiip m l ii " rm 0t fii.i. .asm tlwi Vtfttir Min hmM crr, m mT II' re - ey in our ! "" rninioB mdv w wwi :pth u ht John "IUn Hatln has bought of Mr. Porter Robinson his cottage near the -- Mr. A. H. 'T depot for S.X) will repr- Orclmnl W. C. T. lT. in sent the Crub the State convention at Richmond. -- There will be an oyster supper Snt- for urdav night at Uohnes' school-houSunday-schoat that the beneflt of the )"l" i .... i..,iiiv nn. lodder-pulhnufl.m. s are in s and 'laRses-stiiiof the tmhttnus now regaling the loing. '.jovous country folks i from ii.. ..tie -- I have r f..ii ,..l .nil. u urn iiurw " Willi hiiery goods and will make a display of tlicm aturday and Monday, Oct. I andii. W.th thanks for imst liberal patronage I to coma and t ir lially invite the ladies mv new stock. Mrs J. II. examine " -- Mrs. W. T. Stephenson were put in. This Manager Penny told Kior topuy m,h. Co.. three to calve tin land ami a citixen of Stanford. It is n the gentlemen who w ere seemingly anx- - ft" A Hou. and Lot. cnTutmof ,w Acre,, laea- uoteworthv coincidence tlttit immediate ioi.c tun at cra urcn.irl N , aim known is the su liv.l.l.. ir. .ui ,.,. (1...! ' ;.. I..,. .. ,n "l .1...- T. r'llABi in it .... w ni .. iuui "" """ n. '"- V" r .k vii.tnrunertv. mi lll,.rL Irnm llcnnl Tlio .,.... ly after th settlHiuentof a lawsuit which contain ijc spncious rooms, one lattice porch, one At the ame time and place originated in the Middle Ages about it mention of the substituted players de open pi.rth and portico wtihall neceiry out- clared the bets were oil". Manager PenCdmittou, .... FARM. bmldtnc Call oner addie D 15. Ky calf, that the disputed ownership of n h VLL OFFER FOR SALE Orchard, K., or me ..te.newlle. ny also explained to them that the sub SA.MLEL BLAIR, M I) hog protniees u erpetiiatIon of the wran-vi- e no better than Critchlow Knon a the Gwr;t Rhh,.i plie, near Mil- . on this side the ovem.. The proba- stittites were Samtidgv. connimng ledacMi.e adjoining C anil Rurtoii and olieicd to let them be about j Acre I v imprr u icnU !Pai?VL - Q5? bility of another Jarndyce vs. Jarndyce Ilu.lr CHAb K llfcl.I . III zra .. .. im1i.ua na ., llwip v ...w.. nivn j....u ...- t.i ....... i.lnvi.. 1, 1iit molly ,'.... i"M is not h bleak prospect to attorneys who heretofore sportive men had so will-I deireto sell my farm of alout no acres situ suspect that the revision will curtail liti- the Blue-Gra- ss ated aluut i mile north of Stanford on the I that they could hardlv be iuduced to Huh Ilrancli DiVe. ontxisite the old church '1 here gation. t are about 50 acres In bet on their own existence. It was finally and rje; the balance JTOl-- rijVLIC. . The Joe Rage farm of 00 itcrva was Genii iweMinr of the farm uell set in timothy agreed that the winning club should be Wn1 v'l r t sale en ' fcnlr rooms and kitrhen and a splendid new i i(f t. H ut firu m;, old Saturday at executor's wile for Is well watered and fenced. I'ofK'ssjon can barn: entitled to the gate receipts and the game be gien immediately. For particulars, seu J. P. jier acre. A. M. Frye is the puichas-er- . wa then called and lUiiey, Stanford, or write the nndcrtuned at the Latieasters sufOct. This addition to Mr. Frye's furm exE. WIT HERS. Cincinnati, Ohio. fered the severest defent that any poor tends his laud ft out the Liberty to the In ore mure tracts my in I tnroln Co ball club ever heard of in these uiuatcd ntnear the Dantille farmHusto'uillc turn-- I, ....i .. A Middleburg pike. .Similes of Cincinuii-tit- bie w w, ory l l ! parts. The home team went to bat and pike J rmi.sfnm Shelby Lit), and containing full ,'ua"' -- lheW. C.T. I's. were out in Laud within it mile and lesa of rk'"- The M.u.re is not only a made runs; the I. J's then scored 0; I wish to sell pmatel) tny residence and pamdetl the lh r.aoNiturduyeven.ngand About Acres. judge of pr.ttv women and raie old Ilustonville selling for $30 nu acre, and the Liuioibteis made nothing in the 'Jd, The houie has live rooms. ture room, pan- streets with cornet, sackhitt, .i....... Wonrlioii, but is one of porch latticed, irood trj, trcnt I can without hMit.iiin that this i the shrevxdest of the belief general that half the farms in bllt Scored 111 the oil IliniUg, ailtl right lyoneot ytne lwt Scdie of land in the natural 'cellar with trandah. I.ck?ouih side; ou tbuliuinsk uitnlouson county, . and ut, culling upon all i.. i..,ir .mv t..' -- nura.dH ne, Lincoln are privately on the market. hero thev died, for with nil enen. con-if there s auvthing in ratt e- for . h.Mi.5 been ."""'V"?. dairy stable. There art' coal their hard andion to produce the ncawet 01years, i. incrops. home, corn . ,.. two . . ... . Strange that the farmeis will not see h.ign ino cere. lilt ' , ,, " capacity is unurpsed sood citetns, one at house, the other at the plavillg tllCV COIlld not make another while it "" , ' lv ; . '""' pledge. It was amiibing to see ihe lords abundaticL- ot liuit, including Ihereisan (!) in a high tariU'mid suc. .. , and generally known a such in the neighbor- o i wei uunum, hmhuiv iiurninii cilixen oi their heuctl's 11111. hood, 'mere are but 10 .un now utiilur culti raipbcrrics, strawhernes. Kioebirrip. currants. of i reation dolging these feminine Rockcitstle, loiight this week of the ceed betlei on. a wind diet. We may not .t HI timothy grape", cherry, plum, damson, pear and apple ration, the balance all let m lilt ..!, 111 till, till, (i in lilt 3th and tJ whose el for the good ennee widow Albright her fnrtn of b cru and er trees Also some nice Jersey Cows ami heifers u vfU 00 acres for live to see the day of the "good time 0 ill thedtll. At this juncture of the failing iprmsi. Thewaered ha. all hn re set bre.1 to repistered hull. One harnei hore, one fencing repulsed. was not to be tS month indcer lield and pas- - combined horse, both gei tie ami can be dr en by .' I0and of Reuben Reynolds his farm coming, out the .Millennium is ap- game the l)0VS WllO hntl CrOWl'llSO lOUllly within the i a modern woman or chiM. One huggs and phaeton -- The most embarrassing thing in the turchasHater in it Thedmllni proaching and as old Johnny Caldwell Riiin.niir ANo 8v acre--, of pasture Uml, which will be HJO acres for $."Ui). of vnth hall, These lands lie smrk-ingglLW Wi,h.rot'rfframe of 8 r.Kin.'rche, and tsw.nice, ViaieriOOOI UeillieSUaj, one piece or d.sided into lot to suit ' w.irll for a voting man when "a front ,nd contiguous to Hue Lick, and Mr. Rowers was wont to cheer his slaves, "II urnili! hwe wish.ng to buy a lot cheap will nt heart ami threw Up the sponge, dry cellar roows There arc two lar;e cisterns '"a' is to have the lamp suddenly go will shortly take up his abode among boys, you'll be free when you die." KOlJmopportiin.t and shed roo. for 50 head of stock, stock the gallic Standing LS to 1. It IS HO tell- - .table whcat hin. toel shop, poultry hou.e. tlower J G CARPE.N TLR, Stanford. he's ready to out in darkness, just before That the family rockuway hoise. illg the people of that excellent neighboi-hoohoue tuo carrm.c what the Score WOllld have been had pit. tcorncnb, and every shedi.meatuna1 fruit, a mighty sweet depart. If his girl isn't . good orchards , ant'ot school which it is thought superfluous to hitch, Public not thev given up the ranie, as our bovs tenant home .f 5 or 6 room wfesiJj Jb Wiru irv JliJN JT cie one he's dead sure to slink away, wish of acce or even rig out with the beat harness, by. a.id churches aad mill conxen-en- t I5,'..pn,. W met recently Cajit. Charles M. w.. -,.v. ...... ...... j........,. il... lif.. m,r nf. ...w ...!... 1... I....I n.i'ur "tuatml" liinwelf t tne same time in auo sen an 01 n ick, And STOCK OF DRLGS FOR SALU and .... . .. w v nv.v. ...u..-- . Warner, ex romlnctoi of the C. V. pas only Hwaits the opportunity to play smash their "crack" pitcher, Ki Coleman; the censming of stun; alo my entirecattle, milk c iai..i. . and butcher llll'i lier irerviur. senger train, with whom we were associ- generally, is as nearly axiomatic as that catcher was broken down and two of the Di'.inni; to ijuit the dru; business jt Huston- HERD OF POLLED ANGUS CATTLE, that -- but but the chuso wo assign above ated the iUys when a railroad was a the sleepy but trusty 01 mule courts basemen Were worn OUt. Kauisey ailtl Thirty head, from azed auunals down to suck. Chemicals for sak Mj .took is complete e try in was all that kept us from it. They are "daliN" and no mistake One particular and the businos is a paing one in Htts- thine of wouilei to the natives along the reikless familial ity for 'JO years that he hlllbry Otir iKltten ami llld ,,...,,1 pJr , Mdlr gMin, , .jearoId W aNo onsilh-- The band boys are not often in "the catch you in a position that his kick work the former allowing OIllv four base iddl,ork mnJs Second Jeise! ; 7 yearllnc stud ,j located in ill The rent the entire 4house my store mare by I'pper Cumberland. The captain no tuny house coniatna cood upstairs Bwnn,"but when they ate they are in longer mares with colts ,0oms ' . . . G A WASH, Hustons die cAu by Hamlet; 4 choice brood , , assures a through ticket to kingdom wears the railroad onoon, 2 scxhi mine con, nun by llasli'ortt ami imp IlllS anil tlie inner supporting o.ir head and ems Ihursday night come. Capt. Joe HuH'inau is the sutler-e13 head or stock ho. all the crops pven up his run to tuirnul. UMI U'..nr..ii uinpireit nn i.v. anj3 ot a plunder Misses Jennie and Hattle Collier invited. !: now, in the deiuornlixatiou of his old ceed llL' V satisfactory ame and the Cuti- at a term lioerai una iniue known on uay 01 saie . o country homo anil follow his old trade, detecting for the them out to their Cpt T D F.ngitsli, Auctioneer L. it X. He is as much in love with the rottii buggy horse, through the carelessd J.W iHELnY be'iuence was there was uo grumbling regaled them with a feast of dnintie On account of continued bad health. I dcire to big ness of his otherwise rusty friend, Win. One of the features of the game was UnMn mountains as the sell pm.itcly my farm ol iJjAcr.sof u .!. nu fi.w umliliiiL'.s can boast of Reid, Sr. Mr. Iteid, as chaperon to a ison's putting : mcu out on 1st without Incorporation. !an at a bargain, in a line si ite ot fertilitj Would Articles of mountaineers are witk him. ami made up the lest of sell 100 acres with improvements Location one mi and' tint i.nDil mile toiim ot Mnmorci, anu inc laying 01 trie farm boys all his chat was of the prosperous future couple of young llshermeii, had the loan .... ...utct ' ,...,! i...rttli.kr the time until II o'clock and the ititV of old Roan and a spring wagon for a trip throwmgof Olir boys, not tO Speak Of b 1'lie StailfOI'd & LOOfail'S CreGk 'is superb. There nre all of the neceary H which awaits that heaven-favoreproseinents.inclu.tlnf a frame divelling oi ve departed, loading their fair hostesses Turnpike Co. rooms and hall, a large basement barn, and all The C. V. triin will never he run to Green river and when elated bv their 'J baggers and several that were Fur further information, apply to ouiidings new with thank for the evening's delights. pheiiomiual catch they embarked for UOUT. McALISTEK, Stanturd 48 un Ve,theunderigie.l, K 1 IVnce. D V. -- Ren Moore and Charley Collins, two by a better puot nor one mote popular home in uniiMinl glee, old Roan had madeofl'of Pitcher Coleman. Our clubF Peyton, J S S II llaoshman, J with the traveling public. The captain is tinder obligations to that clever genOwslev and lohn M u Miller. pupils of W. J. Kdiiiiblon's school, aged found his chance. Mr. R. as champion tlotnnn Wnndfordtt. Dntilan. for courtc- - H.K.hMhereby II associate I. S. ouricUes together and It nit. a will make his headquarters at Louisrespectively, fell out over 10 and b. come incorporated pursuant to the provisions of the catch, had patronizingly entrusted ville. Bies received, as well as to Several Other of Chapter J6 of the General statutes of Ken. game of marbles at playtime Thursday will sell to ths high. t bidder, on the premises, the lines to Henry C.unnitz whilst he oc- rn.,..otsop ,.,il. ,.,, ..vop ,... vr , tucks, bj the corporate nameofthe Stanford V'.. I....1C..C . .llllVUIVtli ' ..v.l v l.mran's Creek 1'unu.ike Road Company and Collins plunged a knife into Moore HUSTONVILLE. cupied the rear seat with Will Mocker. over a fallen foe, hut to the Lancaster Oct. .1, 1890, The busme- - to be conduc ed i the buiidms, On somewhere about the small of the back, for pront a Macadamaintaining and Rom, to the wifu of Mr. G. C. Lyon, Roan's llrst lunge spilt the rear passen- Clltb we WOUld 6UggeSt that hereafter miitd turnpike road in Lincoln county, befinniDR My Farm of Sj Acres, situitcd on the Lancaster uiflii tun' n daneerous if not a fatal . an and Stanford pike, iv miles east of fetirford gers promiscuously over the It tn Stantnrd, Sy., thev remember that he who laughs iast at a pomton Jl.nn street souinwaru oeiwccu at 111c has on It a uod house of S rooms, compazines wound. Collins was cut twice in tlio a u.iugmer. alle) leauinc mercirom and the seat crushed upon the eprawlers, laughs bent. Rilly Weatheiford is bote on a fin premiseof.Mr. Mollie lljcrs' heirs and John M new and built on modern stjle, ard all necessary hand. Mr. Kdmiston was at dinner and Hail and tunninj; thence southward o.cr said outbtiildinss are comparatively new Has a coed addling Will momentarily and wounding stock i nf tl.e debt n..: his io. lough. There is always a hearty greet alle to the St Ainli llrauch, thence oatv ardly urdhard and is supplnd with ,ti.i,,.. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Mr. l.eid's reel hand so severely that he by the premi.es of D W ,Vandneur, Hughes A. water and a cistern at the doer I'ersons deirou tar Hilly, K school-housCollins has heir-s H llaughman, J. of buying .1 desirable and well located place wi't I'cstun, A L. Halt's tun to the 'Shanks' heirs ami K T 1'encc to a point near C ron i o ucins present, as tne iana win positively Misa Lulie, daughter of Cieo. Rille, w ill need a friend to do his jerking for The county cooperation of the H ..., .ell the mt been arrested. ..- , next time he goes fishing. Mr. C. Christian churches will meet at Kush "". ...' Pm.L nml n .nll cteek emiitvtmr np ...e sold Will ..., at,nurses line tune rsome personal- " in n,u.na. sr., has luul a long struggle with typhoid him nogs, iarmiii(; impic i.mic, front of E T Pence's house tncrce thereto -- W. A. Hrooks was in town Sunday heroically hung onto the steering appa- llpn.,nl. nl.nrnl. novfSnl .p.lnv mnrnino, lit Loeau's inCteek b the piemisesuf S H Shanks menu, t irli and lu ,,,....v , ......... ............ . w J W. AD VMS, Stanford Ky Mr Charley Douglas, of Danville, was fever, but bids fair to recover, J i)axe Collier loan intersection wuh the Stan- - 57" ford and Crab Orchard turpike near the Mr. J. W. Alcorn, wife and mother ratus and succeeded in piloting tho old 9 oO. H. Karris,! iiptoseohissistei, Mrs. II. reprobate into a fence comer without "" '""--- "" Mrs. Pokie T. Courts united with Tuesday. Mrs. R.IL Rotter, of Mauches-- visited Ilustonville last week. Jim is fui ther damage. It is uniinpeachably The principal place of business shall Sunduy by let i ter, who has been the guosl uf Mrs. C. the West Knder's icfuge when there's established that the inevitable jug was the Presbyterian church ford, Lincoln count), Ky on ' uncertainty about ownership; legali ter and her daughter, Miss Edna, by . 1 he corporation shall commence on the Redd, Jr., for the past two weeks, has A. uth das of July, iSoo, and and terminate not loaded with bait and Roan's ty or even justice. confession. Jaj of July, 1940, unless sooner terminated b) a r .'turned home. Mr. John Anderson, was not a result of his having of the stock outstanding A partial solution of the strike by Tlie A. M. E. Conference is in ses- sote ol authoriicd capital stock six thousand E. II. BURNSIDE, Proprietor darr.ird county's brainy young auperm- Fhe is found in the liberal monkied with the traps in the wagon; sion at Lexington. Rev. D. W. Ellison, dollars which hall be paid at such time and in schools, took m tin tendent of common only nu outburst of that pure cus9cduess pastor heie, is a member of the commit- such amounts and upon such I)terms as the Hoard lit the corporation No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, ot Directors shull prescribe reading match" at College lull l'rnlay 'sprenu oi iresn meiai on me sieepcsi w Inch was of 20 years' latency. and its proprietor is determined that m.iv orzanuc and beein business whenever three tee on education. Mr. A. R. Kloia, of jl'ineville, turnpike grades, making a half loadeven fi..,- hundred dollars of the camtal stock v....LUt..1 niglit. shall be maintained a severe tax on the jaded teams. Killgsville COtldllCt- - authorued by these article shall base been sub- The meeting at COOPER'S JUBILEE YEAR. stopped over hero Friday to see his best scribed, inc capital siocs. snau i.c uiwucu into The outlook for line fall sport has ed by Elds. J. L. Allen and J. Ci. I ;,. ....... nf fittv ,l,.ll..rfi each nnd rich ahare shull irl Miss Mabel Graves, of Missouri, is He has recently ai' Jed to its appointments rte th. w r Annual Tour of the Fam- ingston had resulted in 10 additions to tit the Harris House. Dr. Ii. U. Redd, not beou better since the '(JO's. depone sole, either in person ous Forepaugh Show, rejoice in a general report of yesterday and 111 an increased interest. inc held by thestockhoider a ple.is.uU 'summer's sojourn with hunters cau alfairs ofth.s corporation shall be man- Judging from the newspaper reports Dm. Hunter and Evans and Brc. a(,0eJbva lioard of f.stdirectors. elected from the relatives in this and adjoin- - the greatest plentifulncss of partridges; friends and Uircctor shall u- A First-Clas- s and rabbiis aro thicker here than Kn-i- that precede its coining, the Forepaugh Joe Hopper are conducting a meeting in stockholder, out ofbywhichHoard; Livory Stable .tid ejected and uch Di tng counties, has returned to his home Show under tho proprietorship of Mr. Mercer, with 28 additions to last report rectors as President jHsh sparrows, which nuisances have on tne tirst aatur.uy in Toaccommoda'e shill he elected the demands of his increased Mrs. George Debotd, who Montana. tor one ear shall James E. Cooper will have many sensa- Kev. Mr. Campbell, of the Christian June of each year und viwumm serve uiuk tiicif uv- - transient patronacc. Ilcst Turnouts furnished iliunrerotwlv ill. is conva-- eome annoying. .itiu tlCXl nCCCCtlll4 umi Commercial I'ravclers and others. n Iltin Hi... ivin.' 11ml qualified Said Iknrd shall The veteran merchant, J. R.Green, tional and unique attractions to unfold Church, had had 10 ill his meeting nt cessors are electedand treasurer but no member of Miss Reauregard Smart has lcscing. a clerk , also elect linds it necessary to enlarge his accoin- - for the edification ami delight of people kOrillsllVIlie. pets.ui Mill Hoard sllu e eiecieu treasurer gone to Louisville to take a position in a ollice in this an hal ,)c lisblc inodations for his increasing business hereabouts, at Lexington, Friday, Oct. I!, wlin leaus HIS tai.- - ' who,hallnot be atostockholder therein. c rporation Tin. CiergJIliail establishment. millinery 1 his notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and Danville, Saturday, Oct. i. Adam Fore- illg toeilter the political field, Or who at-- ! 7. The lushest amount ..findebt.sln.vs to which Uni'iiio and delightfully entertain- Accommodation is the most appropriate other not to trespass on our lands may . bareback act, the lempis to nei - 1119 .ir.ric-- nunc: luu- - this corporation seven at any n.ne subject itself mission, as all such will be prose. utcdwithout per adjective to use in any co.uiectioti with paugh, Jr.'s, to the hundtcd dollars, nnt evceod "reading inutuh" at ., ....,. (.,. ,. ( 1.1. .... ..!.,, feats of his lighting, dancing and clow n sorting with the political Devil is un- - .hn Tlie privite propertv ol the members of this extent of the law- Signed . lli"llll, i..,i....i wits, the . g. U"K "' "ia puo-- , ."'- W. GAIXKS. corporation snail oe txempi ircm 111c ucuts 01 me Colle-- e Hall Fridav night, anil tlio J II. McKINNKV, Mrs SAMrOKI) IRWIN ures is to accommodate friend or ac elephants ami the amusing performances worthy of his pulpit and unfit to bo a corporation JOHN O. LYNN, " showe I Us appreciation by tilling the beside the corporators herein Mrs AL1CK TICKER JOS. HALLOU. Covington Comnionwealth. ' 0. Ftrsoii.become of this corporation THUS C HALL, may W A HAMILION. intelligent an iiuaintntice, no matter what the inconyo-dionce- . of his eijuine prodigies "Rlondin," the house with a of stock, or I S l'HII.Lll'- high-ropKKNOlI)s walker, and "Eclipse," the wife nre liero bv sul scribing and p t in for shares stork trans M LC HECK nience to hun. Eld Zaek Sweeney and purchasing and Having snares 01 The contest opened with 12 are among the pronounced from Colunihus, Intl., on a visit to Eld. by .nih.m en the books of tho Cemnanv. after J -S- aturday inorning s breeze from the trapezist r' sub.cribod and paid for bv other.. on the boards, eight young Untie entries north stiilened up till at I o clock in the hits of tho atenic portion of the 'pro- John S. Sweeney. Eld. Z.ich is minister beinz No member of the Hoard of Directors of tbn to. and four voting gentlemen, who repie-- , gramme. Tho hippodrome races are to Turkey, and is one of the most popu- corporation, except the I'rcsideut, shall receive afternoon it felt like an embryonic lli ,nv comrenation, directly oi nulire tly, fur sented iu'thoir selected pieces every spe-'. I, .... .., 1.. 1.1 if . ....... ..p. ...-.-. ......- - N.1111 if. i.(isvi.HM 1. 11.. ni irriiii. nii nun. r.i ...... .. , - lar ministers of the Christlaji church. his service .is Dirortur. The l'reldeit atl'l ."...... eicsof literature, from tlio grave mm tors) and serv.'tits.i ill though wondrously liko the the race track, scenes at Saratoga and Paris News. He says ho did not come ether officers (exctpt Dim comical and out Irost, employee of tin corporatn.n shall receive u h ....... , SCnoua down to the most 1. n... ouw.. .ccuia ...:ii. home to run for Congress shall be lived bv the rcsulut on it cointwasatiiHi as . . MUU v.wii.pwnn nf .. mu r 01 . .vear imo. which nreceiicii iuhk sumucu, of the Hoard of Directors mid the b) laws iiiiiicrous ti rui. uuuu ...... v. ww.,w. i;.n. Miiiuiiv l shall have all the PSrtLLKLWrBWlMfl 11 This corporation tin absence of Stinlru Chappell, tho free.o of such seventy as to ruin the, novelties throughout, but probably tl le ;,. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ami privileges allowed t corporation cf its nat ne most striking innovation is the presenta- ..... Ji..i ....... rimst-- n. Dr. J. I). I'cttus borghiun crop early in October. purposes under Chapter 56, l.tle It and tor it corporatttlCompaniesiaiid No. .10 Title Tumi . e Mr. James II. Taylor has taken the tiou of the original "Wild West" show, Miss Uettie. daughter of Hon. S. Fry llfJVf J11U I till I. IUMU1WI HH'SJVH1..I !...-n.iU aited as nidges. im 1, . ..' .'..' ..f..n.. i... vr.i- road in the interest of the Ilustonville suDplemeuted with the equestrian d ram I,iwre..ce.nnd Mr. Lucien M. Adkins, loKenyan.uisubve i""1 Holler Mill. Origg's acknowledged sti- - as of "Custer's List fi Battle" and tl ie both Of Louisville, Will Uiarry 011 the plrmcnUUhpretoaiiditJiaH be abjoct to int In . ., . .. . . . . stt it'iii irn u vuvii de r lillitK anil tilcnarj;c an itit umus i'io itucu ".Mouutain .ueaaow .nissaere, titlnwincti 10th. penonty iw a f victory to Carpenter fjtuart, whose sti.1 Statutes of Corporation of it. nature and its -- " " Mrs Annie Hall has brought suit purposes "J "'"'D HUSTONVILLE, KY. selection. "The Uulloless Witness," oy whereof we have hereunto subscrib necessi-- The street parade of tho combined for divorce from her husband at JJrook-Iv- edIn witness itihnnnv rendition was made as funny -s- ophistry, if necessary-w- ill our respectisu tur.ies.thi wtlt das of Jul, Are still in the business and ready to do anyou the ground that he grits his tato nu early enlargement of the just-- paugh and "Wild West" shows is pro- F I'EVTDN. thing iu the Undertaking line. We have a full he. Andrew Buchanan, with stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Kobe nun uie pim.ug on nouueed the grandest processional dis teeth while sleeping so that her nerves ) S. HUOIIES. Boy in the Morning," came compioicu elevator, "r tlHu-- ' a have been ruined. of every description. E. T. I'KSL'b, Our hearse, which is nearly play overseen iu any American city, of an ellicient night-shif- t S OWSLEV. new can be obtained on short notice Mr, J. B. J. best; Mba Eva Steger, with "The uniiKiAN. S. H. Green has charge ot cur business and will xhew --Tho circumamhieut is resonant with l.ailroad company will sell tickets at reX-iinveBowling Green ia to have free delivthird, and Miss Alice our coods to any one needing anything - onr lOUN M MM! r" ery of Its mails. inr, W.H. MILLER S3 Mother," fourth, tho wail of tho orphan mule colt. There duced rates to audfroinall stations. with "Home to Moore se ol s, ple-pc- e ,..... ... i... -- I Illlt-lin- . ioucn-mn-i3l-..- u ......! u-.- til - ., " tenor. "Tweonklf, tweenkli little Ptnr'" Whh ft con.nM 8Wro Jlni, Mmilir f,ao whh-would Inve mad n Dan l:ice proud, he numbed the stanxa for thej follow "low I wonder what you are," oinpluwMiig tbe"vou" so pointedly us to IfMvn the imprixwion on tint audit-ncthat the fellow was n lMKby and an haw. I)ud and prolongel lunghter greeted this sully nttd even body went awav weariin: a visible triin. The inter-- ! sperslou of music by the C. . string bn,l was a .lecided fentiire of the enter- tninment. The match reilects consider- mImV honor on l'rof Smith, ami another niniitmtion of his skillful training will ,, aUbrdod when the 'Juvcitihw" have ,wrfonnce, which Is piouiiscil soul time next month. R. II. Hronmih Iwught this weekof ., (icorgM W . Spatigler two vearold he era at :c, and of others a hunch of steoi calves t 10 per liend. .Mesars. Joe and Rotwrt McA lister receive Ihursday of a: tints panic In this locality 15 wenn-- i ug mules, for wincli they paid prices ranging trom ?0 to $75 per head. I K. Wells returneil from CIV county Wedtiesdaj with a line drove of uiuuntHiu cattle, numbering 5U odd e I VerygOodoiiesatth.lt, Ulld When the lCcmehold and Kitchen Furniture. mrludiriB of the abdomen, opposite the Ileaity manager of the I. J's casunllv icinaiked Stove. M.vral caty Chair. IWsditeads,.taeniae, itminovan urjfan, singer aewiaj points of entry. A direct passage with Twenty 23uildiii Lots flaky liurcy, Pok, Hook- Caici, Ettemion that they could not bent his team avnin, l tnHTntinir intiitiiH.s uonli! soimii an T..hl. and nnny other atticlf.. In ihe corporate nuts 't Rowland filthy lucre was shoved at him and hu Conaoldatnl Statutes and Cod- of I'ractko (latest impossibility. Unwise is a purnletothe litlon. was forced to either put tij or shut up. H HAUST, Rowland, l surgeons, Still iilh, hi mind clem large of F.itm Implement, Arrangements were made thennnd there !o a Liner uuantit) two 2 horn u asont. IncluI I re, ding ie LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. from the n o nent of bin wound, nppefor another game, which was to he for VX wSSSTL'Si -and a cheerful tite and ; $100 side, and Friday afternoon w,i3 jo. saaaian, c , .c. ne uraeri?neu mil rnt tor tne year Hot, oil Ufinpermntsnt jiroimse a rapid , btooded set foi thellate. The uuderetauding whs The vrandlybrcd tin- wreat atallnn. reawmable term her Farm ol iy Acre. tH mile ..d finett if breeon of Ihe Little Itwl Hog, wlucli has Iweti lie rmamble their Iruui M.llcd;.ille K) Ful' renter can have the that each club should play the same nino der. Ill ci.lt are very fine and dam AppU to prillv.'e f ecdinc tint of hue years a pet diversion with the I. Nellie ire. lie i by Imp lliilct itt Mr NANCY IKNKINS. that thev played in the game previous, (crandam ol Ilincite) l.y Bob Johr.aon, 2nd I)anille, Ky J., is, it swuis, in u fail way to ho releilamMin Churchill Ly AlexanoVr Churchill; jid dam Lj Iiu Margrave Igrandan of King gated to the column of minor pntagiaphs but on account of the sickness of CritchAifonoJ; th dam Mmlutov, by Cherokee, iU low and the inabilitv of Rurtoii to leave br the Rig Itetl Hog, in controversy mm" Kouss ins business, couple of or substitutes and Lot at Crab Orchard For Sils. a promhunt fri'iieuter of Rowti-u- club, not only the base bnll players of that nine, but most of the town people went wild over their success and a feel-inof conceit evidently penetrated their very bonis. In fact they fotgot that they were meiely amateur players, ami not SALE BV AUCTION. Tuesday, Sept. 30th, 1890 At in . m.. on the mimure tarai, midway, on the Stanford and Danville rikc. I Mill slII .ill mv FOR SALE! Lot on Main Street in Staniord Cortaining t R -i ;; Atrci rerm. ev T WALTON, Stanford. Por Salo I .1 - dig-stio- n gil & 1 ffiiS HRKKCH-LOADER- 1 - -- Vi-l- ey 51-- tf n s?, .- .v, .j,, tl??1 -ii- "" -i. ...-.!-- ... 1. Cr-- ' 3- -t - f- l" I irst-cn- l B- .....,..' - .'-- , Salfl. A Farm 1 t hi-a- :!0.-i- 5 I 1 I Wednesday, i, .onn Z90, a s' FOR SAXIS - - V, 300 piop-er- t. 1 1 '" 1 D ii; ta-b- v cm-M'l-r- l, 1 1 hlue-frra- ,, la- -t ' , t"0. pur-sici- fh-ts- 1 d. ,tat 57-"- " .....,,.. xiw - 1 ..- 1 jear-oid 111 - ' 52-a- m brass-buttone- 1111 ' 1 '""". r tarmin-ulcn- .' :,-,-- m m mm, blue-iiras- 48-t- ' tete-a-tete- n" burly-frame- s I c d tei-tio- n. r, " 1 1 Farm For Sals. 1 - . - Saturday, a tail-gat- e, neser-faili- n; e !' T C 1. . ... ' 1 lUX' obstiep-erousne- ss r:i!THE MYERS HOUSE two-thir- ds 11 stave-hauler- s I ' I - Hird-afte- Twenty-Sevent- h Pool and BillinrcljParlors n - be-i.- .i 'i w . I POSTED. - - - fair-minde- 'i i- c- i full-e- st bihii 11. law-make- r. e ud, .1 I 1 ti. . '. "" "."v 1. 11 .. 1 fPs i.ili -- j, -- ' ri 1 I . - . , ( lilgU-rolle- Hour-make- r, 'p EaiSi J. is AmmKr-mkiBiMmmKA- m JirSHfcETi5!7B T. STTTTOIT CO 1 tore-coul- d u 1 "' I 6i-t- r , H(..'-rr,-i-"' "&L FZ&'Z&fKS? V&fTTrT Twmm .ipyfwjw, 0 8ESSBmjWK?g,-LCT"TTW'M'19 ! ' , fc.T" wtMMaMiitMpasMHnMBniaMn F " V B V svft1! ipMWJfiSfr'gr Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal 0, 1 Stanford, 1SU0 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Congress, james b. Mccreary. The actual standing of the candidates in the 11th so far as uncontested votes are concerned is as follows: Wilson heads the list with ."0, Finley ha3 ;'!', Nell 23, Boreinp II and Adams 12. It will take 101 votes to nominate and the fun will aris-- as to who shall get the Ite f countiesof Pulaski, Whitley, Harlan, Terry and Leslie, there beint; two delegations .r jiii each. If Wilso i, Horeing and Nell combine they can name the presiding officers and this they will, no doubt, do. Chairman Colison will, in all proba- bilitv. decide that the contested ilulega t.ous shall take no part till the commit- tee on credentials has passed on their claims. The convention, which will be is goinc called to order at noon be the largest ever held in this part of the State and London will be taxed to the utmost to entertain the delegates. The citizens have, however, without regard to politics, opened their houses and asked that the delegates be assigned them. to-da- J 8 Tiik president of the board of commissioners announces that the buildings of d the Kentucky Institution for the Training of Feeble Minded Children, which were destroyed by lire on May .1, ISSi), have been rebuilt, ami enlarged, so that there is now room for 100 Any feeble minded more children. child, a citizen of Kentucky, over 0 and under IS years of age, is entitled to the benefits of the institution. A letter addressed to Dr. John Q. A, Stewart, .Superintendent, Frankfort, will secure the necessary papers and all information in Samuel J. Ban- reference to the admission of applicants, A.v .t." .... inventory of Hon. n it m.i nt . . or Hon. W. II. Miller will secure the ad- - iiiaisesiaiesnowjin.il. :. :,. ,.l...l " mission should any patent or guardian j ipss tinn fooo and consists of personal in this county wish to accept the benefits effectaonly. The incription on his inon of theinstittitnn. niiiMiit. should read. "Hero lies an hon est man, who served his country well, Kditor Lewis, of the Somerset Repub- and never made merchandise of his polican, is evidently not for Finley. Says sition or politics." he: "While Finley's boodle captured Wayne, Metcalf and Russell from Nell NEWS CONDENSED and Adams, those gentlemen still have Chica Fowler Bros.' packing-house- , a good fighting chance. The defeat of burned; loss SsOO.OOO. Finley is a foregone conclusion. The go, Henry II. Reynierson, an excellent big split in his own county has sounded citizen of Casey, is dead, aged (59. his political death knell." Lewis led a A 5(5.000 monument is being placed .nit in his own county against the over the grave of Judge Richard Reid at rough-shoover trying to run the country people, although he thought Mt. Sterling. Twenty or more people were killed Trimble justly entitled to the county. in a wreck on the Oregon Short Line As the phrenologists would piy, the bump of combatitiveness is about as near Pendleton. Hiram Johnson, of the Kast Knd, lirgely developed on Bro. Lewis as in parties a car load any man in Kentucky. He had rather sold to Garrard county fat cattle at cents. be in a squall any time than have plain of Congressman Stone has been residling. nominated and Mr. "KUis in the First has The Baibourville News denies the sto- made his calling and election sure. James Hugh fell from his train near ry of the Critic about Barbourville being on the down grade and says it was Lebanon Junction and was killed. He prompted by malice on the part of Alex- was nn engineer, but was braking at the ander Campbell Thompson, who was time. The negro, Miller, seated last week kicked out of the News olfice for incomby the republicans, was given a seat next petency, and of "Daniel K. O'te'ullivan, to Congressman Bickerson, of Kenwho oue time not long since, not longer tucky. than last spring, was about to be thrashJames Broflit stabbed to death a nan over some ated by Gov. Jaim 8 Givens named Keams, near Middlesboro, and tack made upon the governor by this of l'olice Hill thinks it was a presecond-classheet aforesaid." It is a Chief meditated murder. He was held withpretty tight as it stands and our only deout bail. sire is that the stockholders may come Attorney Geueral Hardiu decides ont on top. that the license under which the lotterKi.izauktiitown is about to demon- ies claim to operate is void and advises strate, what has been demonstrated Auditor Norman not to acuopt their tentimes without number, that thieo papers der of money. The census bureau announces pop er town. The can not live in a skipped ulatinns of California towns as follows: Welcome Tidings' editors have San out and the Hardin County Independent Los Augeles o0,:9 1, increase is so overpowered with law suits that its Diego, 10,151, increase 13,510, Santa ,'ditora had better give up and quit be- Barbara, 5,S1!, increase 2,:1S9. Two cadets at the Virginia Military fore they get woise oil'. Meantime the Bailing right along, Instituteat Lexington, settled a quarrel old reliable News is proud of its prestige and furnishing an in regular prize fight stylo. On the loth round young Taliaferro grew weak and other example of the survival of the was laid on a bed, where he died in a few minutes. Q'he McKinley tariff bill as reported With the exception of Jackson, of by the conference committee, passed the West Virginia, and Venable. of Virginia, House Saturday 152 to SI. A gentleman the latter refusing to be a candidate, all who has studied tho bill and figured it the demorrats robbed of their seats by out says it will add an annual tax of $1 the republicans have been renominated to every man, womau and child in the for Congress. country. The bill will go at once to the The Cincinnati Knquirer says that Senate, which will pass it as soon as pos- both the L. & N. and K. T., V. A G., sible, though it will not likely be able to which have been negotiating for the upon which the House purchase of the K. C, have decided that do so by lias voted to finally adjourn. Mr. Huntington's price is too high and The con. con. doesn't seem to want to the deals are all off. Tho postmaster of the House is to jjet down to business. Col. Young from be investigated because he let contracts his committee reported a rseolution providing that no new counties shall be for carrying the mails for $5,000 a year from the contraccreated with less than 100 square miles and received in return tors $150 a mouth. Tho rails aro a very and 10,000 inhabitants, and asked that bo sure. the question be acted on at once, but the rotten set to J. 1'oormau, of Laurel count', and body was not ready to settle oven this Tussey, of Jackson county, were taken easy question. Meantime, the tide of J. flow, with as to Louisville bv United States Deputy resolutions continues to Marshal Page and lodged in jail. They yet no sign of an ebb. are accused of making moonshine. They Tueue is even more difference in their make 12 in jail there for the same kind statesmanship than in their marksman of offense. The trial of George W. Maupin for ship. Clevelaud shot at a 22.rpound deer and brought it down. Harrison killing Ballard Bronston was concluded 'jilted a poor little Virginia pig when in the circuit court on Wednesday. The at a duck, uno mauo me nest jury were out only long enough to take it for 50 years, tho other has one ballot, which resulted in a unaniilV disgusted tbe country and mous verdict of justifiable homicide-Richm- ond Register. His own party. Kduca-tionan- chickens before they are hatched and ordinarily it is the safest plan to pursue but it seems now so certain that the next Xationil House of Representatives will be democratic that its probable officers are already being discussed. For speaker our excellent congressman, Ho v. McCreary, is being prominently mentioned all over the country and wherever his peculiar fitness for the position is In known he has ardent supporters. we referred to complimenour last issue tary notices of him in connection with the speakership in the Boston Tost and Louisville Times and now a Washington paper comes with even a more flattering article and stronger endorsement of the proposed candidacy. There is no question that Gov. McCreary is one of the best equipped men in Congress for speaker or that, in the almost absolute certainty of a democratic House, he will have a formidable following for the position. At a bauouet uiven in iiopor of .Mr. Watterson by the Massachusetts Keform Club at Boston, covers were laid for :500 nd many prominent tanll reformers were present. Mr. Watterson responded and as tun- to the toast -- .Sectionalism al hail something to say and said it beau tifully and eloquently. He appealed to the people of the North to disregard the sectional misrepresentations made by the politicians in the interest of a party and cease the perpetual war between kinsmen who haven common inheritance and the destiny of a great country in their keeping. The speaker touched, of course, on the tariff and in vigorous language gave earnest of the faith that is in him. . newspaper men, who acSome of the cepted the hospitality of the Middlesbo-r- o Town Company, have not had a line about it in their paper. Common conr-- 1 tesv demands some recognition of the entertainmeut, but unfortunately the nverage country editor seems to labor under tho delusion .that the earth and the fullness thereof are his without asking and without thanks. r is said to be best never to count the wreck on the B. & 0. near Zanes-vill0., killed eight and wounded many others. Levy A Bro.'a distillery warehouse, at Milton, and 1,300 barrels of whisky, hnriifd Snndav. The loss will be over! A e, I The Rush At The Louisville Store the not a surprise. Fast Week $100,000. j 8 fo at at n to irjrrn,trln.3j TZto (it 6 1 1J, WOHll. worth Jj; tram,mCll S:,and bOlJS 00c. worth Z. ,,, at loWCl' (JOOfS Will l)C Sold Si .jC, Alb OIW is 2 swallow the medicine when the dose presented. prices than our competitors can buy them. canvass is now progressing A 7 1,2, . V ,- President Kremlin, of the CincinnaWorks, has been Was caught robbing the city and LJov. Campbell telegraphed him Ssturday: "I believe deep. you to be dishonest and I demand your til) resignation before noon Monday next." The small reduction on smoking and cliHwitiL' tobacco tax. viz: from S to be cents a pound, does not go into effect un til the end of next June, llus is done for the purpose of keeping down the certain deficit that will be found in the revenues of the government. A judge in the staid old Quaker town of Philadelphia has just decided that the "Kreutzer Sonata" is not obscene, but that on the contrary it is calculated to improve the morals of mankind. But all the same, Wananiaker won't let it pas through the mails. Of all the cities in the country the riy , one that shows the greatest per cent, of increase is Tacomab, W. T. Its growth has been over 3,000 per cent. This however is explained by the fact that ten worth, years ago the place was only a small yil $o; lagc of a few hundred inhabitants. o i i7. The conferees of the Tariff lull Have w , binding twine at DoilgoLa fixed the duty on of a cent a pound. The duty at piosent! W(irrft - q The Western republican is 21 cents ti Board of Public IS Well new it would come. The low prices brought It he people. We are out for another crowd this week and to get them we will cut Wonderful indeed is the immense assortment and, almost untited quantities of'new and, fashion able Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Carpets, fie. In every one of our numerous departments will found many ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES For the coming Fall and Winter season, A'owhere can larger, choice or better values be found than in our establishment. lATHEH ni ed to give Jm,? 7-- pajr ! If it rl n omen, jo juic, (teprnaaoie oioos or .uen, fly...... ana i unarm, there isn't a. House in Stanford and ricini.fi that can equal us on assortment and the' latest styles or lowest price. .Men's Congress and, Jfals. fine shoes $L0, S2; men's genuine calf shoes in Congress, Jhtls. and button $2, worth, hid ? sole :..,. ,...... men's cork,71. shoes at So, worth $Jr; ladies'.,..,.. andi goat button shoes ....1...1 .71. ot .tju, ou,iom; urwuij ki(i;.vmio vi, ivuiut. vi.rjiy, i..,i:.) SUOia i ,.,i nm,!!. vi irurin, oj slhOC, CVCI'IJ kid sIlOCS at SJ.2rJ, WOl'th tJ. 7; ladies' CUStotll-mad7 IT COMES 1 f f f m-uux- i -' e n jq satisfaction , $2. worth .$,. Children''s dace shoes worUh Si,:;,; children S l)dt0U sllOCS, sizCS from 0 -, I unique in the Fort Scott, Kan., district, wheto tien. John H. Rico and his son are opposing candidates for the legislature. (Jen. Rice asks his friends to deal lightly with the boy; that ho is young and im mature, while the boy says that the times demand the blood and vigor of yo ith aud old men should retire to THE LOUISVILLE Main Street, Stanford, Ky, 31. UII.IIUNS SWITCH. KV STORE SAI.INCiEIt, Milliliter. the i.. chimney corner. The president has appointed K. Run! Cirubb, of New Jersey, to be Minister to Snain. and Congressman Conger, of Iowa, to be Minister to Rr.uil. Mr. Con- gr is at present Chairman of the House Committee on Coinage weignts am. Measures, and is also the author of the Conger Lard Bill, (irubb gets his for running for governor in New Jersey. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. Dealer In Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps j j NOTICE. H.ivint; General Lino of Crocories, Ki-ir- Itooti, Shot., Clothinc, llmtlwarc. yueem- u arc, I mware, r urmturc and a the -- i rviccs of All VinU o( I'r nluce l.iken id V Ctmlic. ft.i I C liri. Ac e.han for kxIi Ky MR. THOS. I DA3CTOJST, OF am now fully CHICAGO, prepared to do ..t inril'nt Biggest Show on Earlh. LcxiiiKtoii, Friday, Oct. 31 L KINDS? WATCH WORK AND EISTC3-K,A.-VIiTC- 3- Mr. Miller proposes six classes of I ring-ster- s, d 15 s one-pap- municipal charters, with iron bound pro- visions, tie wouiu nave uiiunciiMimvo o( tlie jiriit cas3 ij,ntfd to a tax of ?l.o0 on the ?100 of taxable property. The committee on crimes and punishments reported adversely on the resolution looking to the prohibition of punishment by the hush for public offenses and the proposition that all executions under the law should take place within the prison wa lis. Judge Bockner says our divoice laws areas lax as Indiana's or those of Illinois and to put a stop to the indiscriminate decrees he has otfered a resolution that all trials for divorce shall be before ; nt. a jury insteadjof the judge as at Mr. Phelps, of Louisville, offer' .1 i to make the Bible niu-- e lor divorce the only one to be considered. Tho Louisville labor organizations have presented petitions to the convention for clauses requiting compuIsory,ed ucation, a fixed minimum age at which children can be employed in factories and mines, n fixed number of hours constituting a legal day's work, tho Australian ballot system, the establishment of a bureau of labor statistics; also a board of arbitration, with power to settle differences between employers nud em ployes, providing for the payment of wages in lawful currency, and for the branding with a distinguishing mark all goods or wares made by convict labor. iuso-lutio- Danville- ,- -- Oct. ABAM J111 S All work warranted .ttul promptly ilonc FOREAM Great All-Feature A. R. -H.4.-jRUPLEY,-- PENNY. Show Wild West COMBINED. III n Is Receiving His us Sy en J. B. COOPER;, Fro'r. SPRING AND SUMMER lt Mighty Mmnitilf it' ilor. It 0riMiirii'C liri him and it all Comiitelnnsiveiif-- M i. r. s, I GOODS. Give him a call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. .GO TO. At Losinjton, Friday, Oct. 3, Danville, Saturday, Oct. . Tin Cr.iinl Inprrial, l.au-l Crown! Forepsbugh Show, AVo A. W ABREKPl ".IIODISjL, GROCERY" ".O.'-Jll- ; tit-tes- t. Preachers and politics don't assimilate. Preachers never, purify politics, but politics invariably corrupt preachers. We never yet knew a preacher fit for any good purposo after he went to Congress. If Brother Gilliam is now a good and pi ous man, his fi tends should keep him away from Washington City. If they have any regard for his spiritual welfare they will vote against him Jessamine Journal. For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars , Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. HIGGINS With uOiiarteroln Century of CflorimiN History, Liniiiles Capital, ost aril Varied Annie. ZooloRiial and Hippodroinatic Itrsources, and now I remendously Kemfoicol with the Ke nowiied, Romantic and I'ealistlc 1M'KINNEY for PUBLIC SALE Aic headquarters Wild West Exhibition, Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, ILime, do. Uuy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those; no ! Land and Personalty. Owiiifi to contimieii bait health, whh h picvenla me from attenilins U b iiincw, 1 will oil The Great Custer Battle, Mountain Meadow Massacre, Sheridan's Kamous Ride Plows! Plows .Plows ! ! to-da- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1890, mile north of At my rcsidente about n Mi Kinney, on the Itanium Purl, tarnpike, auition to the; lounty, Ky.nellat imlilic Crop and r liignetl bidder, jII of my Stoik, ot UteiuiU. lOOMi-tinbeven head of llorsei, aiuoiin them a eclditu, ry fait in harnc, and one Rood family harnck. hore, Jersey Co s, all ;f tlicm irood imlkerv. i Jerley Dull; 10 head ul Mok and one yoWi-oexcellent work Caltlc; 100 liarreU of Corn in the held; i llusyand Harness), I new and llunie-.- : i Sprinc Wagon, Pole anil Uouble Harness; a lot of Cluver Hay in the barn and Household and KiUhen Furniture AHotlie Farm of about 47 Acres of Land, on whuh I live. Thi is a very desirable tract of The land and )in a Rood state ol cultivation. dwell-inimprovements consist of a good comfortable r of rooms, atsoibnm,; room, sunimi-- and win ter klieii, smoke and hen houses, 1 hrse and well arranjed barn and all other neces.ary miI.iii--olarm-In)f Hitck-boarir ; The personalty will be sold on a ciedit Terms until January t, 1S91, lor all sums over $10, the purchaser Riving note n ith approved security, negotiable and pavable in the National Hank of under that sum. cash must be paid. cash; the The farm will be sold for balance in 6 and 11 months, In enual Installment!, date. to bear 6 per cent from Possession given as soon al terms of sale are L. F SHAKPK. complied with. 61. td H.T. Bush, Auctioneer, llus-tonvillone-thir- d ADAM KOKKPAlJC.il, JU . The Illustrious Chief of all Arenn Star, will appear in his Hiring and UniiaralleUn! Act ol Kill and Driving 40 Fiery ThormiKlibiuds at break speed. He will alo present for the first Kuuine 'Syinnast, time "Tiere the Keason-llilte- d "Kclipte," together with all of his famous and Animal Sensations COLOSSAL T1IKKK KING CIKCUS The Peerless Pans lllppodromr, and the Most Stupendous Menagerie ever exhibited under tents. CoIlossalTrlpple Circus, 4 Paws Startling Glorious Hippodrome Stage Sensations, Races, 4 Paws Mammoih Double Menagerie, 4. Paws Trained Animal F.sposinon. Startling and realistic VILI WF.ST hcene oo Scouts, Cowboys ami Sioux Indians Custer's Last Rally -t- he Atrocious Mountain Meadow Massacre Indians' Attack uu Duadttood Stage Pony Coach A Virginia Keel on Cxprcss Riding All the Cr."uk Rule, Shotgun and Pistol Kxperlt The Champions of the Universe, Capt A II IIOCfARUUS and his Three Kamous Sons shoot at every perforinatue Wrt'AII the Wild West Attractions, all tho Circus Stars, all the HippoUome I eatures, all tnc r.le phants and Wild IJeasU.al! I he (treat Golden Chariots will be displayed in the Rare, Radiant and Romantic Street Parade nl oa. in. on the day of exhibition Two Complete Kxhibltions Daily at the Usual Hours. Admission 50 cents; children under q, 33c Cheap Round Trip Kxcursions on all railroads. See local agent for particulars. in-c-k Hor-ebac- k plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Kvery plow warranted to do Kood work, or no salr Ask your neighbor. TO THE PUBLIC. i I would respectfully infc nil my old tnemU and customers that I am again nl work at my profit,- I he Lincoln National lUnk of M.mf Sinn and would lit pleased to receive .in uoik in Ky , l clo.ng up its affairs All noteh IJirs ,rd, others thr way nf and having clai'is igainst said Association are hereby notified present Clock or Repair- - fie AssoIn mull for the outer, and ilaims against payment .Notice. J II Watch, Jewelry nig. Also repuii irk Sewing Machine, G' n I.01L., S.C All And Wari.ltited by , Tuto's, "' )WSI.LV,Cnhier. Work Noutly find PromiJt.y Dono HOMAS RICHARDS, htanfor J, Ky. Itoom up stairs, Odd Fellows' building, entrance u c ntsst door to I poit-oli'58-- tf OLD EESWERFORD HOTEL. HUSTO.WILLF., KV.. P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. B. X MOV times. 94 ZD! l3Cl KEID. LOUISVILLE, MONDAY, OCT. erH. I have removed my office to my residence, oppo site Female College, where I will lie found at all I la vine leased the above hotel.'iefitted and refurnished, I am prepared to accommodate tbe public in style. Rates reasonable Good Livery and Sample Rooms attached. 13.11a firit-class r T c. SINE. Delegates to tho republican conven-(Oimi stock of fall and winter floods is J'.N. MENEEEE. now complete, Co. .10 and see us. ?cv tJnn nf I.nnilrm fn.Jnv- - wilt lio trnntit n Can.miy Dihiw for Kile. Ucorgo Far- uniform rate of l cents a mile for the urnnce A Son. ;; ris. it round-trip- . From Pulaski alone over '50 Stanfoiu), Ky., 3e.tkmh:k30, 1890 Cam. and examine my $.", arc going. W. M. Cviihis oilers his valuable place chinchilla overcoat, men's. Joe S. Jones, The h"st s lected tock and iouw r,ccs in Ccnti.ii Kentucky. for sale. .See ad. on this in Somerset II Ki.lv The examining trial of Doe oppobite the Portnian House. page. K.C.WALTON, Russell and his eon, B. G., for robbing SASK, FI.OOKINCJ, Tub city council has employed V. B. and burning Jim Carter'" store, comHOOKS, Mkn's black corkterew suits (only) for CEE2.ING, MEANS BUSINESS. B. Watson to attend to and liuht the menced proinjtly at 10 o'clock Friday $:M0 at Cas.li Bargain Store. Joe fe SHINGLES, BLINDS, SJI5ING, sticot lamp", in addition to making him and the last speech was not delivered IL your accounts. mean you. A. Jones. nipht policeman. Verandah and Suirwork at cit pricr It. Penny, till afternoon Saturday. There was a It Is settling time and I want what I.v addition to his class of I'l here, tremendous mns of testimony, a good Watch km ami jewelry repaired ami warranted. A. II. IVnnV. you owe me. Take this to yourself. W. alWOVEN & FENCE. which he teaches everv Tuesday and deal of it, of course, irrelevant, sis is Tiik best place to buy drugs, patent B. M Roberts. ways the case in Mich trial', and while m and Friday nights, l'rof. J. M. Slbold has medicines ami toilet articles is at A. H. We carry a full stock of everything found in a Tub dime and gold dollar banglos are large vocal music classes at Kintrsville thure was none which directly connected Penny's. the accused with tiie crime, there was Buy your school books, ink, tablets, the enue .iuiiIii with the society people and Turnprsville. much circumstantial evidence that did. paper, pencils ami school supplies of all and It. II. Dunks alone has kinds from A. U. I'eiinv. Tiiok wishing suits would do well to The actions of Doc Busell on the night for them. Examine our a sjc ideations before letting your contract call and examine my stock now, as it is of the fire, when he was suspected of PERSONAL POINTS. 'or buildin MXIi 4c MKMIFKK, Stanford, Ky. Foil the best for tho least money, comploto in every particular, and in- taking goo Is oil' in a churn instead of Bargain Sre, opposite cludes homo of tho llnost goods ever him carrying water to the tire, ns he tried lo L'O to the Cash ."Mit. Bki iu:s 1'ioiu is down from .Mid I'ortman Housi. Joe S. Jone. leave the impression he was doing, his illtfbborti. died in Stanford. II. C. Bupley. assertion without cause that the house .Miss Many Autjkn hus returned from Nrw stock of ladlus', Misses' and chib Wb desire to inform the public that was not set atire and other minor cir-SOlHOlfc'Ot. droit's shoes Imm Stribley And othor onr meat store will always !e supplied W. Auon.s went to I'nink JriNiK J. cuinstancfs, gave a reasonable belief mnuufactiirprff. Sewmnce it Son. with all kinds of freh meats anil fresh that he knew something about it ai:d foi t Fridv tish in their season. Highest cash price Judge Yamon accordingly held him foi W. II. CVim.irk, of whs in Oxk HtxitRRi) jwiirs of ladies' kid butpaid for hides. M F. Klkin k Co. further trial in bond of $' '0, which he town Satuidnv. Ur, worth ton, sllkdinwl show $1 per as Mw Kit a Yk.ui in, of Royto, was the IS.2o. JoeS. J one., oposito I'oitmAii Bowuks' Minstrels gavo a gave, with his brother, John Bra ii gueSt of Mrs. I. M. Brnce Ilouto. bpleiidid performance Saturday night security. It was proved mi ie boy that Mm. W. L. Johvuo, of Dts Moluee, a good audience, that went away high- he was seen hiding ncru lL tire, that a Lincoln county will to Thi Iowa, is here on ImsiDMB. ly pleased with its ninny features. lew an ol Mr. Carter's peaches was found J. K Oattn, of Wnyiit, WHS hero l8t ploilfo roin,'orvinl and settle. Tho Tatiim is a whole show in himself and where he was, that he had a big lot of to- ttooks for 1S0 are ready and I miiethavc Friday looking up mule colts. and for his stump speech fairly took the house bacco with which he paid a debt or two Mn. Win Ckviu'h family have inovod Iho tax. T. I. N.'wland, S. L. C. ami said that ho had plenty of tobacco! by storm. to Millersbur. Carlisle Murcnry. and whisky, that he rend the account of "Caatnrla Is so well atlaptrd to children tliat Cantorln etirrfi Colic, Contlpntlon, Yor Mti buy J. I pounds of urannlateil Kour Stomal Ii, Diarrlurn. Eructation, I rrcommoml Has superior toanyprescrlption Tub l)iiisvilIo Times bays Knglneer the lire in this pRjorand said Mr. Carter Mn. Mi.Mn4. W. II. Cii iri'tu.i. have sink'Ar for$l and Arbuckle's colfeu 5t8 cts Kills Worms, gies bleep, and promotes ill II. A. Aiiciier, SI I)., known to me " Soden pulled a delayed mail train had had a lie publi-he- d f(ftl0tl, uniting friends At Crftb Orrbanl. and that there psr (vouiid at the Cah Bargain Store, op- Phil Without injurious medication. So. Oxford St , Urooklyn, N. Y, ill on this division last week at the rate of wore not half the things taken that he MiI.iuw TNNim, of McKinney, is posite I'ortninn IIou.e. Joe S. Jones. Tint Ckntai-- Comiuny, T7 Murray Street, If. V. miles an hour. Phil is one of the best said there were, c. He was also held the mie&t of her mint, Mrs. K. ('. ColJ'ey Jim Fmimkk brouuht in a curious bird men at tho throttle on the road. He has in S500 and released on bond. The two Mossits. Jambs Cliitohii and W. 15. Crilcblow went to lxin.svil!o yesterday. yestttrday that he had killed. It ia some- a wondeilui nerve ami tue best par wore defended by Col. W. O. Bradley, P. Mn. C. K. Wooiw, of the lUrhinoutl what like the picture of n bittern, though about it is that he never tampers with M. McBoberts and lawyer Davison and Tho cold northern to stimulate or impair it. prosecuted by J. IJ. Pa.xton. W.G. Welch Initiator, m$aed through to the Lebanon diileriiit: in color. must have blown it to our secblet Fair Friday. .L. anion and J. S. Ov.sley, Jr, Fon t. uLLi'i.Nti. Deputy Sherifls each of whom inado long and "eloquent" Mh s. II. Siivxks wnt to Cincinnati tion. Bird and Hargis, of Bell county, brought speeches. yesterday morning toUy in his full find Wiibn tlie county court wiw changed to jail here yostorday for safe keeping, The trial of Shelby Dnlton, or "Santa winter tocfc. from the 1st to the 2d Monday, thu Kb Goodin, who shot and killed Town Mit. CiMKou B. It ni ruM RonoUiHiia-tonrillClans" as he isf.bottor known, occupied court of claims whs allowed to remain as Marshal George Cooveit, of Pineville, a to rrcuporeto nfUr a short sick but a short time. Mr. Carter testified before, so that Imdy will convene here few weeks ago. At his tiial Goodin was Danville Advocnt. that when his store was burned there next Monday to pass on the accounts of held without Iwil and tho olllcrs say it were among other things in his cash Mk. (i. C. lim:s went over to I'm is conn- thoso who have claims againt the murder ami drawer, n eoppur cent, coined in IjCW is a case of Sunday to bring hotne his wife, who bus that Bell county Is as good for n hanging ami given to him by his father 40 years boon visiting her jm rents. tick as a cent is for a ginger cake. Thr L b X. wilt sell round-triMn. ami Mhr K. B. Owsi.kv mul Mat- or more ago. A few weeks ago, Charley and Armstrong, a colored man, offered the tb I lays, of HuslouYillo, spnt a few ets to liiisville to day, Thr Boyle county juries seem to hne cunt along with some other money for a Thursday at one fare on account of the days at tue Myers IIoum. been out of whack this court, as moie of BnoM.Rn. of I'eiryrille.who Fall Celebration, good till the 7th. Half Miss I.i purchase. Mr. Carter reeognisted the In given on thu Ith, them hung than usual. The panel in copper at once and asked tho negio 1ms been the Kiie'. of Mi Nannie Wal- faro rates will alo Ath and Oth to the German Festival in the case uf Isaac Shelby, Jr., for the mur- where he got it. Ho said he had won it ter, returned home yenterduy. der of Green Liuginfelt, after being out from .Mr. Dnlton on a game of M ianii. It B. Cmrr, of Ixmdon, and Louisville. cards a - - i. - two days was discharged, standing sev- tow minutes before. Carter asked .1 Hub White, of MancliMtor, weie hero Tiik remains of .Mrs. A. Uviugstoti, en for acquittal and five for two about it and he claimed to have to cu Home mighty pretty gir. who died hat week in Kansas City, was a hung jmy albO in the case Min MatukTiiomi'sos tells tho Livfound it with some other com m a tin were brought to her son, Hid. J. lJ. of Groen Ijiv, who murdered Pokie ColDemormi that (the will not bo ingston's, and after an impressive funerb'x at somebody's sjiring. Daltou told, ter at Junction City. Bottle Doty, a l c i iiiern of the Satellites Ht I.oiiigvilli sC3 al sermon Sunday by llev. T. J. Ciodbev, negro woman, jdead guilty to the charge the same tale on the witness stand and Mil" J. s. Hi'Mi.in and little daugh- of the Methodist church, of which she explained that the reason he had evaded of muidoring hei own infant and was arrest was because he had heard some ter, of Springfield, are guwits of her was a devoted meinler, were laid to rest given a life sentence. negroes were after him and he did not Mr. and Mrs. Itouben Kugleiunn. in thu old family burying-grountits Miss Luc. : Lynn, of Christian Cob New comes from Wyoming that Hon. propose to be arrested by negroes. DalTim Boot, a pal of Will Oooch, against lege, Hubtonville, spent Satunlay and T. P. Hill, Jr., who ran for circuit cloik tou was very emphatic in the assertions Mr. and Mn' whom there are three bench warrants in the Buflalo district, was the only dem- of his innocence, but Judge Yarnon eviSunday with her parents, for various ollensea and a line of $:t5 for John (t. I.ynn. ocrat wived in the general wreck that re- dently thought he protested too much Mhs .Iiimiir Cook, of II ustonville, at- disturbing religious worship, was arrest- sulted from the election. His excellent for an innocent man and held him in tended the libation hop And as usual ed bv Deputy Otis Newland, Friday conduct of the ollKv under Territorial ;'J50 hail, whicn he could not give. The hor beauty and grtie wtiro the subject of night, at Garland Adams and lodged in rule and general popularity carried him court appointed Col. Hill ami Prof.T. M. jail. It was reporteil after Gooeh got through and elected him by a majority Goodkuight to defend Dal ton, who general remark. shot that he had lied to Texas, but Otis of altont 75. The ollico will pay about claimed he was unable to procuie counK mi Cook and Nannie KenMiwiM nedy, of Hiihtonville, accompanied by got on to him and he will have to defer W.OOO a year and Tom's friends here will sel. Tho prisoner's head is as white as James Hrpei, wore iiero Saturday ami his western trip for ome time. be much gratified at his success. We cotton and he looks more like a caudi-dit- e for the grave than the penitentiary. took in the miiistrela. also hoar that Judge Sautley is llxing to Tiir j.irv in the cm otfuoi M iriin , Mk. W. K. V.Mixox fell in descending his face homeward ami in less than Mart Smith'scase, for the same ollense, charged wit'i the murder of Will Kmbry, turn Watch Inspector L. & N. R. R dealer in- e steps Saturday and the colored, at Richmond, brought in a ver two weeks will bid a thud adieu to the was called yesterday before Judge sprained his iiiiklu ho severely lie 1ms who isued the writ, ami thejirison-e- r SUM dict of acquittal, notwithhtanding Judge rotten borough, where women voto ami had to use crutches since. claiming that be was unable to emperemptory instructions to tlnd are permitted to unsex themselves genMorton's AND , Mn. D. B. Khmiston, of Crab Orchatd, erally. ploy counsel, the court appointed P. M. of either murdei or mana him guilty was here Friday after an absence of McBobetts to defend him. Armp Dawslaughter. The judge therefore ordered Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. AH Work Warranted. John How ui J n.no. Detective T. son testified that Mart had asked him to full year. His old friends never thought tho grand jmy to take eogni.ance of the Y, Imbodeii, whofrroMed Wils Jennings he could so far foi get thoin. xaTKlNK WATCIIKS A Sl'KCIALTYlBa go to Carter's with him and said he matter and the county attorney produc- in Missouri some time since, anived Mk. L. M. I.imky spent a couple of wanted to put a hug in his (Carter's) ea, I will a number of ed atHdavits to show that take old gold or silver in exchange for jjooi's. (Stanford, Ky.) with John Howard, a brother of days at homo and left for tho l.atonia the jury hail exjirossed their opinion in the notorious Wils Howard, tho Harlan that a man had put a pistol at his head races, where onu of his horses will con the case, nl tho' theyafterwardssworeoth-erwise- . desperado, whom he had arrested at and said lie had to go and talked in othfor a purse Thursday. Mrs. Kitts said Martin goes clear, but it seems Himlvillo, Ark. Howard is charged er mysterious ways. A BIG LIIS2S OS (! Mtii.MUi, of Manchester, MissKmm conthat Smith told her he was in trouble that tlie jury is in for it, both for is tbe.Kiiest of Miss Louise Bailey. Miss tempt mid false swearing, tho latter a with the murdei of Bob Craig and others and couldn't bleep, that bad company in Harlan and a reward of 500 had been hud caused it. Smith proved that he Dixie ( i ruddy left Saturday, which jienitentiary ollense. otlbrod by the governor for his delivery biokc up as iharmiiiK a quartette as over wis at home the night of the tire and together. Kii.i.kd. William Crawfonl, a Leban- to the jailer here. lie is about 1!) years that the bug ho wanted to put in Carmiller for tho on negro, who had been working on old and at the time the detective caught ter's car was that a band of men had Also Mit. JMRi Mii.iii'HX, Stanford Boiler Mills, is sick, and Cipt. Gei-r'train, was tun over by him he was enjoying a spelling hoc. He tried to get him to come with them to S.uv Win. Clnypole, of Brodhead, has taken freight tiaiu No. :M near Hazel Batch made no resistance and was brought Stanford to rob a bank and he wanted to fl of hisplaie. The Comp.inv contemplates and instantly killed, lie had been sent most of tho way without being put Carter on their trail. Judge Carfon (Mr. Imbodeii is asplendid detecQu.eetiswave runnini: at nifjht and will likely retain by Cajit. Geur to Hag the train, but while thereupon decided that no cap hail after Mr. s.tting on the track had gone to sleep. It tive ami a fearless man ami rarely fails tieen made against Miutn and lie was Mr. Clay pole for that purpose Ktitinto k (" I'll. try I'r ilmc t.t' in llll.i,;e for guucU is quite a strange coincidence that three to land his game. Milbum's recoveiy. j discharged. of his men have gone to sleep while MagThe trial of the CaiiiH, Jim, IVte and A l.iveoi.N- County .Man Kim.uik In CITY AND VICINITY. ging during the last week and it was telliKonro of the killiiiK of .1. T. Lasley, ' Tom, will ho held tliia morning Nemil 100 delegates to the London merely a piece of luck that the other two at llninford, Florida, reached us by tele-- , did not get killed also. Jim Palmer, Krnpli Saturday. Mr. Lasley was u broth.passed up yesterday. NEW ADVKKTISKMENTS who was bent back with a Hag, went to er of Mr. h. M. ' of this place, and Ladiks' and Misses gossamers in new sleep and the engine was just 5 feet from Severance A; him when it came to u halt. A negro lived in this county a number of years, good quality styles ami where many frteiid.s will regret to learn Son. My Deiira'ile l'ropeily, known at named Grovvder was then made ll.igman of his tragic death. Shortly aftor Mr. Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall of Zeigler shoes just leceivcd and he also followed the example of tho Lasley moved to Uranford he was electNkw line Catron's E'lacc, Somerset, Ky., over Paper, Fine Oigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, at S. 1L Shanks'. Call and examine other two and would have been rim ed mayor and during his term incurred Vntv rltnlinir at in it nintllh For prifc.de. had it not been for Cupt. Gccr discovthem. or call m me at bomcr. hostility of several scamps who made kcnption anil tcum, ntc Jewelry and Silverware. arousing him with a kick the 6' 1' . WA:J.MlCA'l' RON Wanted, to trade brick for a heifor ering him and a habit of Kettini: drunk and taking tho sli'Ay: . " did the most good. and sell several bows and )igs. W. F. where it town. He put u stop to such doings by Bainsey. Tu ii little boys on the hill indited and lodging some of them in jail, and om I. I am iw longer I'rotulllt of the Stanford, Dix The Eost Railronc! Wato.'t. eta handed us the following, which we pub T. Uarner has bad it in for him ever antkd. 5,000 do.en eggs at KiNfr, Oarfjrtl Coint and Whito OaV Turnpike " 5 Fort-ma- n as written. Their complaint is well since. Fridav night he succeeded in his eo. I w"h foiee!ii ut temporary I'renidcnt, lish at the Cash Bargain Store, opposite of killing Mr. tut tind that I cr.n not give it the iiroptr atten. determination grounded. Let the trustees see that tho House. alo oiler my tion, hmee my rrij;ntion Uircctur. irounds aro not used by tho public for Lasley. After the deed he tied to an up M SI'liCNAMOKK. hi- fail to see our new f Vol' should not 2 stairs room, from which ho exchanged a anything el3e than the ones intended. Slino of dress goods and trimmings. Sevy We tho under score of sliota with Stuart Carson, a 1)i:ak Mu. Walton: o p n.wl ....1 l M ol.... illlll II o.M, ..f T. ..!,... erance iV Son. !. Oili Ml Mill),!. - w IIU'IIUUI .'II. L'WIl'J sin- rs and minils of Stanford Seminary lime to people through your paper would like to know Corson, of Crab Orchard. During this, 0wII,EIjn.y ,, s. 1" llllt ua.lhp-uh- .i I wii.i. deliver ha II. 1). Sapp, a bystander, WJIS edapani.cr.hip unh mol brother. John S Klkin. t- - i. r in Stanford and vicinity at 75c a barrel. of the trustees of school if private perM. 1. rlUn.VCo.tn .'under it'he luin name 1. -i', rcron i... take eueci r,f-N inemeltt. sons have the right to pasture horses, instniitlv killed. Garner was arrested indchttKl tn 11 .1 will1. plctue tallknow ni and Fred Krcuger, Crab Orchard. at otnc mi kettle - ' "2 " VW(. 7S?ZZr Kl upon the grounds, which and it was with mlich dilliciilty that he I an unable to ice ou m jCisiii and ncetl my bogs and cattle r vsrrrc-n ". 'rJiZK-'.? It. C. BitADLEY, the lightning contnic-tirs iiaiiKiiK you iur your iietai has become an unbarablo nuisance to us was prevented from being lynched, as money nauiy. pan I ak continuance cl am: pa "H tn in the IA of Harrodsburg, wants '5 good his new troiia!" ntA turn WMil the Kctrccttuii. -fa little fellows who slip and slide and fall Mr. lasley was very popular in -ssscTm M. F F.I.Kl.V. " at once and will glvo them work in something worse than mud. home. The deceased married Miss Jean hi E o six months. for s ri o Sarnie Kmbry, Harry Baughmaii, John Dickinson, of Crab Orchard, who died in Becunnino with the 1st of Oct. our ac- Hale, Ben Wearcu, Logan Hughes, Char- giving birth to twins, who are still living each counts will ba duo at tho end ofadhoi-t- lie White, Robert T. Bruce, John to V and make their home with their grandI havi. rented th l'ctvr Strauli shop jii Somerset month. Tins rule will bo strictly to do Watches completely demagnetized in fifteen minutes.. William Kmbry, Leo Baney, Harris mother there. After going to Florida ho ilrect, Stanford, and am now preparedhave had all ao limit of IILACKSMITIIINU I M. F. Klkin & Co. ycari' experience in J a. WELLS, Ph a, Prt B.H. DANKS, Jeweler, Wcaren, Joe Will McAlister.M.inleyTy-ree- , married there and two children were the jhorworV. and am fullyhore ihnoni;do nd ucneral prepared tu any kind nl V. I. L. .V M. of the union. Both died, howev- work given me. , ShnMnjf race horcs and trotter The bouse ndvertiBcdbyMr. Rented. Hunt McAIister, Barnes Wearen, result Thomas Metcalf on Lancaster street has Ashby Warren, Jesso C. Ramsey, Thom- - er, and were buried there and bis re- a ipccialty. Give roe a trial. . who JOHN .MITCHELL. Main Street, Opp. ( ouri.lloiite . been rented to Mr. John L. Klkin, Ky Straub khop, Somerset ttrcet, Stanford. mains were placed by their Bide. as Shanks. possession at once. akes Semi-Weekly Interior tew New tituothv seed at J. B. Foster's. A all-wo- Stanford Lumber Yard, -- bus. Manager 1 UMBEK, Manufacturers of WISE SLAT . .i ISO-o- or-de- is FXHST CLiLSS LUMBER 'STAHD. de-.ins j 1 i Itot-kmstl- i"i: Rii-ml- l, ( ttx-pnyrs- Infants Children. j b.-v- j - k (V.1 inlu.-.icant- w. CLOTHING. Our e no. cold-bloode- d ' p Stock is About Complete In .. Dal-to- n years-Thei- liar-r-IM.u- Fa Sl Winter Weights m-- n SUITS, OVERCOATS and PA2TTS. STAGG & McROBERTS. ROBERT FEIMZEL, IL0CK.S couit-hous- Ca-s- on, &m fttUtttS 0EWELBY. yes-tepla- y til CUTC r' CHAMBER ULlio. FEA SETS Jusi Ke5vcc5. line of Pavlov Lamps Glassware, ilia Latest Designs. U s baud-untie- d. and Tinware - I MAHK HiS.HDXN". pow-wo- -' FOR SiSXE. I DRUGS and JEWELRY M AMPBK i ITotios. a-- W ATOM, l'-'- A , long-forme- 1 I rctlK-n.ilio- j . 1 .1 - rc&w FIRM, Hrhl-clas- form-shooti- i '- -- car-pente- i c LtTotio, PSC xnzs: &m wymywm -- Cor-die- r, o. I J m -- 6o-- CT. B. MoHOBERTi Cr I 1 i)- - u J c IhuilI111!"' Semi-Week- ly t K t ' The tailors strike is about over. They Corn sold in tlu llel'l in Mercer : t have cone back to work for the same Published Every Tuesday and Friday $1.97 a barrel. I'lu' .Miiiuay Clipper reports sales of wages. . r in t 1 aa Next Saturday will be a big day in J I Ti !4 stock hosHt Danville, or at least a large crowd is exS PKIl YKAU, IN" ADVANOK oM to A. K. Denny I. s. Philip Only Direct Lino pected. A big circus and election to fletuti-- Cincinnati, Isnr. Lima, Totato, De WW hen not so paid S3.50 will be charged."""'". marc mule colts at S0. MILES troit, the Lake Region, and Canada. bought of John vote on prohibition. On slcv Stcplu-nsohe road is one of the oldest in the State ot Cn AH the churches joined in a union Ohio nnd the onh line entering Cincinnati our .? K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I Cash a jwir of nrnio work inuhm tor $:'2'i. miles oi double track, and fromiu rust record can 2d Presbyteri more than as.ureits p.itron epeed, comfett sii'l .1 II. Dunn sold to Kobinson, of temperance service at the Uowiand at 7:00 a. m., returning Train leaves ' Vlwaiii-BO safetv at ,:. p. tn. cattle lit an chinch Sunday night, in which all of Ticket on sale esery where, and see that the liairnr.l, 18 hotul fat ." yeur-oli- l the ministers made brief addresses on read C , II AD. either in or out of Cincinnati, .! cis. Indianapolis cr Toledo. L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. that subject. K. O McCORMICK. Keller Thomas, a horseman, bonelit 1 went)- mile the Mtortest I 3 am General Pasenger and Ticket Agent North Mail train going Hen II. Perkins, proprietor of the 116pm 1. Tnckcr'H place of 10 acres near Paris " South 1150pm s?17o Perkins House, has rented the Gilcher Express train" South per acre. Bucklen's Arnica Salve n 3117 am North 1,30am The Nnmiellnv linncht of II. S. Hotel and took possession Saturday. Mr. Mlse in the world fr cuts, bruises, Local Freicht North AT MakiUK liir une.ii'n. in Centra I'moo de SiSpro sores, ukirs, salt rheum, feer sorei, tetter, crapSouth ' nit for of L'OO and Raridan, the former proprietor, goes to ped hands, chilblains, .orn and all skit, erup Withers anil others a The latter train also carry pa? sengers. St Mi, lugati Point. nun, Catlettsburg to take charge of a hotel tlons and positively cure piles, or uo y requii ChUa;' Solar ho'js at .'IJ cts. The above is calculated on standard time. Drlivil, II ftalw. CUtelalid. cd. It it guaranteed lu wise perfect satiafactix, time is about jo minutes faster which he recently bought. Indtinatott and the West, par bo. I'n. S cents J. JJ. Hawkins st Co., sold to Dr. C. V. or money rctuaded A cr - im 1,1 In .t. r ikii ir Canada, New Knvland, Michel of A K. rennv. swnior". frM. P. Sallee, one of our good cititens I'or sale by ill le Dale, of Woodford, l'JO head of sheep at niiij iin.;ili T rrnmer.t Ke port Vorlv, " ISoston, and fanners, is dangerously sick at his RICEIAR3) $3.75 per head. Jessamine Journal. DUcovory. The Mow Washington. neighbors near town with kidney trouble. and Bultimpre. Philadelphia. Vou hae heard your friend 'i r of 'lie S tie of Ken-- 1 J. A. Harris & Sou &old to Kupenc home Can li.Iat- f on may joureelf be one of the I'rankfort, K talking about il i. rfr.iirr.itn party. tucky, s i' u in 1I0USK. Quickest time 10 Harr dtluirg, Sh ri'st ann of cattle at He lias a large number of friends and many who know from per.on! enpenence jut TUK Richmond, VIRGINIA Lee, 2 (Quickest line to ll)ouhae eser tried it is 4.10. J. M. Ueid sold s'une a couple of relatives who pray for his early recovery. hew good a thing it staunch friends, because the F. U RILBV, Proprietor, of its Little Fred Grant, son of S. P. Grant, is jouareor.e thing about It i wnen twice ghee a wonderful of same at same price. - trial Dr king's New Dlcoery net alter hods London, Kentucky. seriously ill with tlux. KffmP SURC HON DENTIST. .. Used It A consusof the fi'uit trees in Los AnnUroiit iK kuutt If vou have I ,) r mv new m is being much interest taken and should oe arMiclcd with a C'ugh. cold or any Il'ltl and am hMicr solid rains, nacgagi car, srroklne car and There lir.. nr, M Drug More, W. n. rficrcoieri geles county, Cal., shows thcreare 10.akr.-3H..trr. uvir . rcnartii than ever In arcomrintlai,. ,h ni.kl.r iroulde. secure a bottle at throat, lung r con he. Pullman Ik uduir hletrs thrnimh wilt, in the Young Men's Christian Associa- once and give itcheat trial It is guaranteed esery &' poo I.iers aiiath.il aud every cnuveti eace dr ouilihange la Saltan oga, Kirminxliaii, Mertd a fair Among the huge individual farms Trial buttle tree at A sired i.i.e me a call. oe n.oney refunded an making direrl onnec lions eti route Im Kiim tion meetings at the College chapel on time 77 h that owned by Mine. Modjoska. FRANK RII.KV. K. Penny' villc, A.hetilie, I.yiuhtii.ri; and points in the Sunday evenings. Young men of town, Parris-James P. Tribble has sold to R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Tho First Stsp Douglass 15 head of '2 year-olt- l cattle, as well as those connected witli the ColRESTflURHHTl Perhaps you are run down, iit'l eat. can't GROCERY. lege, are taking part in the services. DENTIST. sleep, can't think cant do o thine to your October delivery, at 3J. Dr. A11IU sold At Chattanooga for Atlanta. Columbus, Wilmin; Aiu IOKDINu HOL'SI and yu wonder what aila you. You Col. L. F. Copelaud will deliver ton, I harie.t 41, Augusta, Ma. on, JUtannah, of Garrard, his fine Office on Main .tie ', .pnite Pnmaii lloase, to Pony Beazley, should heed the warning. "u are taking the first Brunswick, Lake City, hotuassille and r'l.Ultl-D' r.a. rfii'n fi painless Nur up stairs at the Opera House Tuesday step into nervous prostration. You need a nerve na'e s lu'l Int. ,f 'itK eric at.. rf.i pusuis gelding for ?.'!25. Richmond Register. extracting. t 'I. har. us I tonic and KlecUK Hitlers )u will tind the exact lions and (lie linr.i Cigars riMlc llesas Rn em Isai. u I). STAN!-O,.. ..., I'uiiaaan liuujuir rsietnlnes? susalsji taaisia Carallstu jack- a Nel?on broke the world's stallion night, 30th. on "What's to Hinder?" lemed) for restoring ywur nen.wis system to it ber thit s, I! onlr t c.h . nw .1 ,.. nr ... w.w ,',.,.,...., utnu M. U'.llb.l., .,. Palace SIctuhis .,1 ....... normal, heahhr tonditi.in. Surprising results a R.ti.ira- t in i.n teil.i .. In. ...... .... .n.... .... n. ..v.a v. ..a 1... record at Kankakee, III., Sutnrduy, low- This lecture open? the season's lecture Mlnw the use of this Nerve I'cnn and Alterative keep at verv ir ..iia'iie rate. t.l.r courso. Everybody was well ploased Your sptMHiie returns. tr:d digestion 1. restored tae a call and le onin eu ihat I I" o you right Eer Of batrgar nntgomery Hunl.tille, !etnr. DR. W. B. PENNY, ering it from '2:V2 to '..Ml J. The race Sclma and I IM J W L'AkRII K t' and the liter and Sidney resume healths action land I Inreartt, Memphi. nd Alt KANSAS punis track, said to le with his lecture last year and no doubt a Try a bottle Price jo .ent at A R Penny' on a h:.oit aad out. ke.t In Annisun Si 'mi. Mo large crowd will greet him Tuesday eve. pruj store bi'e Di.tct lonomifn. made at MCW tiK four seconds faster than the regular conC. A. BENEDICT & CO.. . I.F.ANS without omniSn. transfer for I tl'ton recently .Mr. r. .Maninm Fold at nubile auc Mice Suth sidf Main troet, in fflce llnustun, Austin, structed truck. Boyle comity is in the throes of anvacited Ur Ur. I.. K. lturTunn, Swnto- -I Ky. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, tion Saturday his property on Main other local option 'Apples are remaikably scarce and eoiitct. Not satistieil TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. ATWOOD ' j j. ALLKN TANKORD, KY are being retailed by the hucksters at $1 street, known as the old Central Hotel, wltt. ruining Danville as a bueiness The only through line t" la k.nn nd i. asburg. for $:, per bushel. Irish potatoes are scarcer, to Mr. Tuttle, of Junction Cltv, Wells drille n order and rt 1. ... ln.ll lli; ,.irr. t & ATWOOD, point, the cranks have dtenniud to exluruished at Jlisa Mir. nif tlnni wilhiMM onui' ni trail. Irr f. i Dalla rt rth, w are but few in the hill and as 515. Mr. Maninni has been in the gro tend their prohibition light to the out factory prtews. and there Au.ua San Aniiiiia, 1.1 I'.hi and p ini.m ESTATE HGEKTS. nmll as hen eggs. They are retailing at cery business at this place for 15 years. lying precincts and embrace the whole I. M. 1SUUCE. TEXAS, ARIZ0NA.MEXICO.CALIF0RNIA. 3o cents per peck from the market wag- He came from Lexington to this plare county. Boyle county is getting to be City, Tonn. and will piobubly return to the stune li-tt rsiiit;. f J I n, ons. Paris News. ifM . ml- t 41 too pious for the rot of the State and UTfBT, 'II III Airhl if I.. I.. It I US ml lfnattl STABLE KS.r, GlYENS WM.AYKKS $11,000 for Watter- - place. Green Morris paid or a d'r., ought to set up a little 1 Ml Well, it's time for women to draw a ,! ,t,, as Ajft Wi.iiili K" STANKtiUD, KY. son hint May, and Saturday the same kingdom of its own Richuioml RegisC t I. t. h Mv 1. , i.w KD. &' halt, for they cannot appear like men, 1. r ,. t,.uf t sold for less than a third of that liore ter. ( IM. 111 (I Attorneys at Law, sum. This shows how easy it is for it makes no dilTerouce how they do. I SPKCIW. AlU.MI'iN t t'OMMKHCIAI. " travelers say appear like men let's see, they wear ami any Longer Do not 327 Fifth St., - Louisville, Ky. even an experienced horseman to get caps, coats, vests, shirts, collars and ties, Knowing that a Suttercan be cheid in a dar OnlvfirM il... '1'i.eiAnl mi 'lOMhl and sold . cough t. i..l m fooled, and proves that luck is an impor. KV If1''? and the first stage of cosuasUa broken in (tu'ldtntr. Shre and some ''breeches," and what else is week, we hr.b guarantee Dr Acker's inclih tant fuctor in turf success. ' 101 yr tifi all will there so far as dress is concerned ? These Cough Remedy" andper refund the money to find s F. Reid sold to Kuge ne Lee 2 FUANrC MAU1MON. MZ direcuoa. and do not whobuy, take it a J AS G. Gl V EN'S are the styles tliis season. When will our statement correct. For S. le by A K. Pen v;' lens an Hiv.uaiiTCriitAsar'v' cattle to bedeliveied of ny, Druggist. MKRlimW of 1,400- - the reform come? A change must take GIVBSS Nov. 1. at 4.10 and a Very Boat Peoplo prmuders, for Dec. 1 delivery at 4 cents. place soon, one else we might get mixed. Confirm ourOur say thai Dr Ac k statement REAL ESTATE, An accident, which may result in a er's Knglish Remedy meters way .up nor to Mr. Roid has bought in the last week 00 th any ana all other preparation for the thrust ami ii i. - cattle at death, happened in the office of Mac lumrs. In whoopinc cough and croup, it tsagic UAjPtCIFIC. head of 1,100 to Thurman's liverv stable Sunday morn- and reliet es at once We offer you a s.imple !.n Vc "xyU """Jry1 LOUI8VILLI3 - CINCINNATI I'm'Hjr Lands bought ;;.3T to :u. a remedy Town Lot, Coil. Irm ing. While Tom Williams Frank Ma- - tie free kememherA this Penny v is .id oa K or sold on Commission. Correspondence guarantee, at lunbry & Dunn sold on Thursday to Dail, No .i,, t. Travt.er. tohuted Rogers vn playL. W. Hudson 11 mules at $HC. Robert sonheimer nnd Hrsd Dr Acker'u English Pills E MOST RAPID ROUTE lor sick head Nave, of this county, has sold to L. W. ing with n pistol, it was discharged, Are active, effective and pure of appetite. ' a.l stout h, the bullet entering Rogers' neck, cutting ache, disorders! biliousness, loss have nestr been r THE CQIWERCWL HOTEL Hudsou r0 extra nice sti'.-a- mules at his windpipe and lodging in his back complexion and jmencaorthey L ni anroan. j i mw eiiualeo estner in $I1.. L. W. Hudson bought of Gentry GRtrV. 'jKH'3Lr'SUFFf:Rm5,Aia6:ikV0lDll. the fatte.t lime and R.it coaafoita e liains J. B OWENS, Manager, benind the shoulder. The bullet A R Penny. Druggist wee all points in ih Vui.lh. or to Ike JSOOK TO YOMAN juntofits ' Bros , of Fayette, a load of extra heavy just a;, St e.i denominates! Ike LimitedWeston aa rau That Torrlblo BRADFIEIDREGUIA70RC0. ATLANTA OA. trunk lines is lhsrrualerpaitofll.lt Harroclsbury, - Kentucky. city mules at $lSo per head; also a load was extracted soon afterwards br a phy- In the morning, hurried or Cough g Kspreis diPUult svurur au etutusn I he .uperl. rolling .Hi- k w employ five patruci of good sugar mules at $U0; of Heard & sician. The pistol was in the hands of phlegm, tightness in the chet quickened I nlimiied Comtoti have uken char,ii "I 'In p .polar hot-- 1 discharged. Rogers pulse, chilliness in the ewsniag or sweat st nigtit ay Mi nn, vet Monon and stick to Mr e, il aud lUtcnd to run it a hr- class mai'i.er in etery Caruthers, a load of smrar mules at $157. Masonheimcr when arc the first stages y mi want Im sate money and hate a plca.ant i j pjpered and pitiiiud Iron-- , respect. It is !: is a young man about Hi years old and a all or any ef these thwes uuon. Dr Unr'. Bnslish Couuh ne top to bottom, thr 'wl iii " being ren.tatd and 50. Arch Fry Bold to Dass & Kimbrough, dty will cure tljese fearful symptom, and is wl! Hwrvtliin? Junu t ino-.-t vleasant and lomfort- - of Missouri, one ri.il infiii'i.ti ii, tune car. U. ma;.., i , jack for s in of Charles Rogers. under a ihjsiUsc guarantee uy A. K. Pcnn ! n i.i shall never he 'iroa-e- d rt ablc'for gsiest.. The t. ttmkfi Druggist. W I I M,t p. , ,,,.,, ic v.t J. II. OWENS. by hotels iu this semen. for $550. Etta $025. Also one A IVIIiic Clook. - It KKrk t, p A.l t... I V The First Symptoms or Death. W K M KOI.h klLatimer sold tosame parties a Every one knows that cats can see in Tired feelmc.dull headache, pains in varinn Aki ,ta, mi " old jack for $:500. Danville Advocate. tho dark, and the reason tlay can do so parts of the body, sinking at the pit ( Ue si or is because o' the jieculiar construction ar h loss of appetite, feserishnes., pimple ood. .ore NEVVCOMB Ni ur. rMinvL' .idence of rationed b The Best Adveitlsing Medium. of their eyes. You may have noticed matter how it became put.oned It must he purih. MT. VBRNON, KY. n" Dr Acker' Kticlish Illood I'.lisir to avoid death Our senior and junior aietoo proud to that in a moderate light the pupil or has never failed to remote .crjfulous or .tphilitu n riotel'is still maiatain This old and keep this nice letter sent to the latter, black part of pussy's eye is auall and of Sold under poaitive'jruarantce at A R, ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeJ L uny's. themselves. 60 will divide it with an oval shape, while in fall glare of "HIJ'K C5UASS WOU'TK. ' all to cial attention to the Unvoting public. light it becomes narrow. Now in the At. P. NEWCOMI1, Prop., public, withholding only the names. Judge (to colored witness, "And the ThoShortortt nnd Qulckosit Houto from dark it expand to n circle and nearlv Ml. Vernon, Ky, Central Kentucky to nil points North prisoner struck you did you Mr. Walton: Please accept ourgiate-fu- l fills the sunace of tho eyeball. Tltis pe- when the East, West and South-WoKant Uncle .lacksing "Oh, no, thanks for your prompt and most ex- culiarity of tlivs cnt's eyes is turned to retaliate?" THE Llnobotweun Lexington and Cincinfoolish announceI wouldn't do niishV like cellent denial of that account in curious manner by the yonah hoiinh, nati. .hat, sah: I Jes knocked him down." Co. ment. In the future if any one doubt- Chinese. S.CIli:DUl.r. IN KPKI.CT MA n, iyo The Ablx .Hue relates that when he the advantage of the I.ntkkior Joliinal No V. No. 4 No 6 OF STANFORD, KY . Mlldri' Ntirve and I.le;r a'llls. as an advertising medium refer him to was tiaveliuf in China lit asktd his f.t v,ur, I's Sua. An ltn: Dsily whut time it was. Tho man Yl. hi rlsr.ii.r; .h- -. on the IsiioW fully or;amcd a id ready for bame-.- with me. Letters of congratulation from live " - i ... rrm.T' I. Cincinnati Use: in niuli a..i iow 'l.f.uh e tlio uorvet a 10 a m' I en p m went over te ' )S p ". in- tlllou. n States, totav nothing of various counties ing in the ton cut that was quietly busk- A n'vI. rr..li l Thry ji 8 il am I m 1 " 09 p m ...t. h I.vc Covington. ur.. and eyes r.en. i,l v.. p Capital of - - S200.000. in Keiituckv have been icceived and in it ei ur.' ronstipa Paid up o3 p ro I,vc Falmouth 9 44 a cv 9 17 p w .r .. a turn . '. H,. I, t, tn,. ,;..,--a.inio ciiidr'ti told was 11 10 a m 10 Arr l'aii. j p m- S 40 p m Rtri.ilW I 13,500. every instance the I. J. is mentioned as aftertl.e jibl.' that itbeing about two hours Sample i. ri ,l,iA Snrplu3, iceatt Arr l.iviaglon. ii no p m 10 5J p in J ' " and on questioned how :rc. ut It St uuc-rvloss Thompson, I.vel'arTii J 5 45 p m il so a a ....." May its banner he knew that ho explained that tho puSUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL source of information. rii!It:rH lit r.llc. so p in In r. Arr Winchester... is 5 p m .. t K HANK OK STANFORD, . ss In 7 3n P m my .u p a,.. Richmond.. wave until its editor and his associate pils of a car's eyes were largest in the i:t . i. in Arr In i.j 40 (Mr.un m hn'ties mcir.iliry, (Now closing up) uith the same asseisaud under 1 11 p m Arr Lancaster... m.il iu are "bloated millionaires" and the free morning, and that they gradually grew s 10 p m A wi-ir,.n ie '..i. .in u 'M.ee,avi the .imf management. Arr Stanford... ma smaller as the light increa-e,,-- not l!y provisions of its chatter, aepositor till thoy masof l. .Mure n. if I. ti, trt I v aud uiiterrifiud democratic minority isan Richmond Efa IB J p m 5 hH in N .Monti fully protected as aiu depositor cirvo mo prtverly In ih .ui .. i!.i r 11 h i i reached their minimum at noon: that tie of lie.- il Arr Ilcrea J 05 pin I. Hanks, it sliarelio'd. is being held inditidiially all consuming majority, is the sincere etc c to p m eti mi . i:i :i s n ur-.nu, H.u, l.ivmgtoo Arr then they began to widen ugmn. till at lie., Iieuil i liable to the extern at the amuuut of their stock tr X. , .1 , r lata. lso:itherein .it the par talue theieot, in addition to the wish of Your Friend, i, tji.it im iv r night they once more became large. Nn. j. So .. eon ;i amount intetcd in mi. b share.. It may act as ski. 0 May yon be there to see that Recti The good abbe was filled with admira- tr.nud ti. ml t.n:ion. etcitm-- ' .1 v Hi. ir' ..Tii.'! Ii iu.'ir trustee, Ac, as f'llly us executor ici i , N h t it.- for an individual a d bis Force bill nre the iiist to be con- tion for the ingenuity of a Hople who I'm- a I i!ii ii ImU'..- ir l.vc I.itmcston ... 5 00 a im ... tho heart To those ulio eutru- ted their buisiness to us lima i. the iwt i.. ,i, I.vc llerea 1015 am ....."..... could use cats as clocks. But it mint be vuntrintoe.lan ,md ricoiumftidifil by A U IV:.ny' while m nag ni,' inc Lincoln National Hank oi sumed. .'.'.'.'. Arr Richmond. ... it 41 a 01 .. Stanford, we we heie icntierour raanv thanks arid admitted that this way of telling the iith Ono bos of f lumc tIH mIII snii' innnr Lvc Stanford ... j 00 am Kkntccky Schools. Everv countv in time of day is rather a loose one, and trust they wilt . nntlnae to transact their bun nets Ait ain;orl;it;I llattcr. bills. 'flicy am Lie Lancaster ilolluri In iloetor' ua with us, offering a. guarantee for prompt atten745 a in Dr.iirpl' creryn-iierjjieelatly prvpurcil is o rcpnr' tli.it Hie s 10 go a m Arr I'ichmond.. tion to Hn, our twenty years' experience in the State has white common schools. could only be minted in very, very cleur tin? Itctor.it e N'irviiie a iitit.- food .u. hanking and as M.rr.tt ceiuiHiodatious a are Lve Ktcliwond... in p in 6 is am ,... .. The county having the smallest number and serene weather, for temporary gloom meillciio ixcceditii-inidii j with sound banking Arr Winchester 00 p If irivi). iimviToul is Gallatin county, which has 22 (it is a or the darknssa of a storm would sadly they inv;r Im.l. urliiltnru,u.n.s ... jiio r in 7 jc a m ,"" m 1'IHhl IOH: in tlf.ii he.i tiirlie. ,e sjtippllv a itmit lonar foil. Tlio.r re. Arrl'ans. and ' V - 'It Wi n: p t 7 w J small county, however), and the county derange your four footed clock and put sivuul iltll.ity. Iinci.at-l- , poor moinorv. 3 from Lve Paris inoio iiiilieultli.r urriiiiiiilntloiiMrip I us;. Lve I.ciiugton a 05 pin 8 53 a ni 4 45 p m so p in .11I .d: a in r Unrsmi & '.. Tioy. N Y m 11 diizlne... J. M II. (lie hotly, itltlioiit tiutiaeii or u having the greatest number of schools is it all wrong. Exchange. K.,'.lrrH: Lte Falmouth.. u p m 9 13 a m! J Amtxrv H J. tr liy. of Ilult.e Creek. liph ; (' U."io, to joiiiijruml uld. Arr Cwvi.iijtoM. It Wooduorti A Co. l Tort Wayne. lnl u ul Adupteil 5 40 p m 10 35 a m 6 30 n ta S J. Kn'br', Slaufora ; Pulaski lot). The other counties vanArr Cincinnati 5 so p 10 15 a mj hundri'iU of oti.ers tnr ilmi they nrior turn J K Ltnn Si.nt .rd: 38 p m SOLD JGYEUVWlUiUtl'.. i:vtl Itiluiiil Antlrostl. A clletl nnv lueil.cuie wtticli mM so r.ipully. L.ar'eui.'r. AIHIeuscMiie; bet ween these two extremes. There nre The island of Anticosti has always (,'3ve turli u..fartuiii Trml bollles of tilor K l!aiih im.ui, Hu.tontillc; Trains ?os. 11 and u run Sunday oly hrtweeti only six in the State which have no col- hold an ovil reputation to mariners lying trrn L mi., Minford ; ..'"I book on NVrious liisuu.es CiiKiiiiiati and LesinKtoii, leuvm Cincinnati at V. Kv. in '".ooch, SlH'.ford ored common echools, not one of which close to the courso of navigation to tho line at A It I, nnj's vttio guuraiilies und . Hi 8n in , and nrriting at I.eningtoii at u in J.tr S. II Shu rocon mni.il Ii l.exlnijtoii .it 40 p. m.and arrive at Cincinnati at O sley, Cit"hier. J has leported a sudicient number of mouth of the St. Lawrence. Its long, Sj$p. m. He "No sensible girl will ever accept children to compose a school dis- low shores were tho scene of many disas-trot- s On the.Maystille llranch, No g, leaves Paris at 8 00, a in and No. n, at 545, p She "Why, wrecks, nnd tho sufferings of sailors a widower's proposal." in, artivmg at trict, 20 pupils being the minimum. Maysville at 10 jj, a in, and 810, pin. No. 10 COEMPTION leaves Maysttllc at 5,15 a in, arriving at Paris at These counties are Elliott, Jackeon, Les- who succeeded in gaining tho land wero pray?" He "Ilecauso a man who can't 740, am. No. j leaves Maysville at I ;o and grievous nnd terrible from the absence profit by oxpertence is certainly a fool." SCROFULA lie, Letcher, Martin and Owsley. The arrives at Paris at 415. in. These trains are of water and means of subsistence. Sinco EKO:CHiTI9 daily except Sunday, l.esinstan to Cincinnati counties having the smallest number of it has been properly lighted No runs dally Iron, its dangers COUCKS No 43 leases Lcsington 10 00 am; arrises Paris colored schools, one each, are Campbell, have been prently diminished; but from 10 3 am; except Sunday CCLDS Carter, Floyd, Johnson, Knott, Magoffin the fact of its desolate und lonely posiraiino-it.u ; cscci.t Sunday. 5 10 CORES Wasting Lipases 7 10 pmoitci.uiiiiiiiaii 600 niiiiarrites Menefee, Morgan, Perry, Rockcastle, tion and its absence of population the When Baby w.t3 sick, wo gto her Castoria. No. 7 leat es rnlinoiith am; arrives Cincin .......... : I ,....,.. .....1 U'lf.. When Khe was a Child, she crlod for Castoria. fati 7 am, except Sunday 1 nu unc. Ti... uuuiliv lltivillK island has long been tho report of charI ii'jnuii nun Wonderful riosl. Train Note. No. i runs daily between Lextng acters who have fouud tliero a refugo When bhtj bcimo 3Ilss, she cltind to Castoria. the laiget number of colored schools is ton nnd C.ncinnati. No IMftliy linvo 'airieil ouo uuiid Cincinnati and I.tsititon runs daily . hetweco fl VS- When alio had Children, sho gave thutn Castoria. Christian 52. The other counties hav- from justice. fSkW i Nns aud 6 make connections at ppr tiny by its ir.o It is .V points on the ing colored common schools vary be-- j criminal evident that of late years this IS5S& Scott's Kiiitilsitin is not a Bocret lorIMPORTANT N N M. V. Uyline now population must have been Trains ol this arrive twern these extiemes. remedy. It coiifnins tlio .stitinilat-iiif- ,' at and depart from the Central Union Patsengci largely increased, for wo now hem that Station Cincinnati, making connections for all ITypoplios-pliitc- a ruj)ortiLa of tho points North, Kait and West. The prohibition convention, which the wreck of the Idaho has been taken A Hoon to Wivoa Through of by a gang of pirates, upmill puio Xoiwogiun Cod ilsiliniliAn tickets and nbigjrage checked to any rHfinridtl la is i.iitaj.a.1 met in Georgetown on Monday and ward of 100 stiMiig, who have f et would not "Jlother sail ivbiisii at de- heHaviiiz used Itisali.ion Kriend," ttho kno Livor Oil, tiio po'oncy of both UvanuHiivii particulars I' Jaddress UdU, agent ot the Co. For full without any to wive JLEXINGTON.KYi nominated a candidate for Congress fiance the Cr.imdian cruiser Wuhclunn, thty muat It. pas. through the painful orde.it of boin; li.r,roly inci easotl. It is used or pssnai adopted resolutions declaring for abso- and that it hud boon necessary to wnd childbirth Mr. C. .M.b..re. Iowa. r.Wrte the Vv. L MUNSON.'Irae Pass. Agt., Cincinnati. Tii-rf11. ir.. ia ... . . ....!.... by PhyhiciaiiH till oer tho v.oild. , a. 1. ...B 1: . ' ."' S. F. II. MOKSK, Geu'l Pasi'g'r Agt. ..". lute prohibition of the manufacture and tier majesty . s sieamsuip coiuus troin parbcuiurs.on..i.... w ...iM.i.w.x.rt ,v. .......c. Sold by all YOU WANT IF . PALATABLE AS WHLK. U.K. HUNTI.VCro.V, sale of These extreme piohihi-tionist- s Halifax to cope with them. It may bo Manager. hoped that her operations will result in DRUNKENNESS -- THE LIQUOR HAB Sold h'l ill Dnujulsts. are doing more injury to the r.ENERAL OFFICES: ,vl1 tne World thoro Is but ono n r.uiM of practical temperance than all the complete breaking up of this gnng of 8COTTdiBOV.E,CIioml!j:o,H.Y. hatij er o Co C'n "niati () AND A HAPPY COOK, USE euro, Dr. HalnoaQoldon Spocltic. other agencies combined. The only desperadoes, who coustituto u serious He practicable, sensible thing to do to limit U.llli,tr IO 1110 itomn or ACSsClS lllUt may lnc in be given ma cup of tea or coffee aitlioi-.t a oftlmpersou takintrit.rtTectinif tho litjaor traffic to a minimum is high be Cast upon the coast. London Stand- - speedyand permanent cure, whether the patient a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreik license, and prohibition is the worst ene- -- -' ' Tnnusands of drunkards have been cured who Yor LOHTcryAILISO ytANHOOPt my high license has. Fanaticism never "L MADE DY have taken the GoldcnccSpecific in their coffee I have finished my new Saw O.a.ral and NERV0CB T)BIJ.ITy "t Urown without accomplished any permanent good in "esinewof Body and Mind, EJttU e. pue, 7 miles Iruni Stanford Mill on the Soiner. theycan theirknowled.and I'dt CdStello, W'llO killed U.lpt. iind am of Errors i.riT..,.i ..01.1., v...... tolii.ilsrianyklnil or of their own frre will. No harmful the world, and prohibition is temperance Willie ail Ollicei Was LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS liim quit LU.MUER. SHINtfLES ....... Itiitcii. a oil. BaHH(Mu r.ll. It.,..,. a JflictrBmiu-fromii administration. Cures euar' Sir.i,is.aWliaK,l'Slixvii!a)rKt)iiKiXSPihT8(;Iftoijr; .M me um r.in mad, aud can never command tho ". anteed. Send for ctrculir and full particulars. Ad. berat the mill or deliver, to suit triii ten sultLlr ..if.lll.it HOae purchasers, filt e COMPANY, la support oftho conservative classes who was Cleared at HicliniOnd Oil the ground d'cssin confidence Coiukn Co., i8 l. it.tltr rrcA 10 Stan ua r.r.ii.. r...i.i.. w.iT. ...' men trial. I'ostolli c, MAVWOOD, KV. tad sravt. na:iJ(wal.4ir.! I Race Street. Cincinnati, O m.ike up public opiuiou. Lex. Gazette. that it was tlCCldeiltal. LEXINGTON, KY. HJirss. CRIB iAtfOICAk CO.. BUFFALO 'h.VI A. B.I AST! N " run-lun- g InteriorJournal FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. '.. n The Ciucinniii. Himilton .V Dayien R K is the only line running Pullman's reflected Safet) etib.iled Trains, with Chair, Parlcr bleepnt dnd Dining Car servue hetwo?n Cincinnati, In unapdis and Chicago and is the onl line Thrcu,h Ktclini.iK Chair Cars btwen Keoxuk. nnd Springfield, III. and sleeping C ir Ctucin.iati tt Ma. kinan and the , The Finest on Earth tfmi QBKW im " '. '1 XTmsErzSSmSSEm m - mfflMvv fVa'VaSyv 1 1 110 1 1 .'. car-loa- d POWDER " -, I :!00-poun- d Absolutely Puro 1 - WARREN 111 i la ii New car-load- s l,o2o-ponn- RILEV ..., car-loa- 11 m-c- r V Str.i.f-r.1- 1 he 1 C 1 1 AV'(DJLI(rA, 1 I I C Kaa 1 . tm I - 11 ,... - . was-mad- Dentist. -- kite-shajte- d : F- - ALLEN I Pi.-n- . , 1 . Rm. Johnson y m Si m . II I I AYRE3 GlYENS. kns 1 I. svma , 1 1 iv 1 1 llii-.r- s car-loan- ;vr-4JsYrt- vi rnf nnn iLi,ug vmuu l.oGO-'ioun- d mm A- car-lo- ad PIncvillc, Kewludcy. loi-y- 1 bss 1,200-poun- d 1 'Vk PS7?illATni3 A NEW FAST MAIL e r MENSTRUATION I . brenth'i-raisin- 1 111 -t 11 e . :R Ir I . . I . I I , ! - HOTEL. 1.1 11 .1 Kentucky GentralR.R. well-kno- ts 11 ll&WVttXtt-- S3-t- nt 11 Farmers Bankfi Trust , - South-Hound- I ." l ..- - tn-n.- il . i .- -- . . n-- un. y r.-.n- i 'is .,.! . 1 4 1 4 . . I I . 1 1 . ,i s - . n ih-- . T5 . I . 1 . . . , -. i . I N'orth-Iloun- i d. 1 dinmi-ti.ito- r, i - i - I .. i . s., SAVES MONEY. - K 11 . e i!-- nt - . n ( .iitl-r.K Family Medicine, 1'i-lrv- , 1 1 .1 n ;ii . ' ', -1 --- . 4 . , . jiipn C 111 I i I 1 II ,-- .let col-oie- d 1 SCOTT'S 1 I vs 1 CREAM LA. I 1 11 1 mm Y&W Mi . I Witii-heate- pos-i-io- n 1 an I , .... . .. 1. . Drun-git- . -- GOOD BREAD FLOUR T-I- CREAM lnlaP ts fm m mvi ais f NEW SAW MILL, I t . . n liaild-Cllllin- g IRKaMKaT-BsM- l).-rl.t- l. i'isa2"" s).. msn