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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890100301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XV 1 Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1890. NO. 62 neijh-bothooi 1 1 iii-mii- 1 1. First-Clas- s HUSTONVILLE. California Killings, Fairs, Shows, Natural Chairman, whirl) was seconded by P. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Farm For Sale. Gas, S.C. Hill, a Whitley eoiintv delegate. .lamea Frye, of tho Mt. Salem neighWell improved, cnntmnlns? 14" acte, on Huston-vill- e Thomas C. Nelson, of the I. S Geo. and Other Matters , , The Radical Santa Daimiaua, Cm.., Sp. 21, "HO. HiliandCol. Silas Adams con- - borhood, has removed to tlio Dr. Dive lopical ano McKuin-- v pike, in a splendid Survey, U hero. Of Interest. lror further ; articulate call on the Dkar Ixtki'.ioii: A very unprovoked ducted tlit? ch.tiruiH'i to tlio stand, wheto property on Bradfordsville avenue. The . 'MS . oraddrejs at HustniMlle ..' Mr. II. j" Howard and Mi Wright murder LONDON. ilIl. " 1.. I... n.l l. ...... tl occurred in town at2o'clo.k SatI.. D. KENNEDY. ne "us imronm.eu cy ivJiuii. .,,,1,,. r..ii,,a inai ine tiocior wis were married Monday. . . Umben was i.n.. some six iiKintlis ii"0 urday morning. A white man and a nit.vch nn.l mi motion of Mr. Col-- , supplied ho" worthy ,. substitute. e Mr. J. ., IJrown has sold his ,. '.' t Bpunv v,. .i,..f'...t,it..il of Laurel us a cap- - MHlllUUrKI' ,, 1.I1I1K, OI, .,. .'I H1UIVBUOIU Spaniard were drinking together and en...v , .., UIU .. II. l . ,.il,,,, 4.I.I.. . nn-r.to Mrs I'. J. Smith. i.t tins; ll,,. i'Li.uiicit un n Mde boom nnl the elapsing gaged in what seemed to be a friendly ital place for i wns inline (ecreniry nun ine iep street last Sunday. A supply of whisky Mrs. Itoculiiul Nesbkt will bejiin tune has proved that I w.ti "t mr fr0,u resentntive.s of the several republican soullle. The white man stiuek theSpan- - Lot on Main Street in Stanford ami a game of craps nresupposed to have teachinii n private M'hoolat her residence right. "I'is true that the quaint little papers assistants. On motion the chair ianl rather hard, when, without further Containing i acre. industry like H'tIA llin.Ptlsll tl"l llfltl.lltlt fill,! fm'll it1f1.. originated the aitere.ition, which result- - Monday, Oct. i:ith. place is not the scono of provocation, tin- latter d'ew a pistol and Ttrn, e.v ..T R WALTON, Stanford .....rrv eu in i.u;.'uii toupei tiding ins imriun mi Mr. S. W. Pariu ha? movml to unto that place for which it in named, county without a contest, to tut on each sent a ball thro' the brain of the former. j and Mr. .1. Xeabitt now occu A great ileal of drinking is done here and of busbies so plainly of the committees. The committee on Mat Huston; both gentlemen of oolor. neither is the bum T Dr. Hill Drye has loeeived an artifi- pies the buildius vncnted by hiiu, having does heard in in Old Undon iteU. nearlv evervwhere ele in the state, and credentials was announced ami the con- cial lei', but finds it a painful substitute puioliiiM.'d It. murdeis are of frequent occurence. Kenit eeu rival t!o Manic City of Middles- vention adjourn! till 7 o'clock, r. M. for crutfhoH. His friends hope that his KtiiJdin Nathan Uussell, charaod with con- - tucky has n wide it is plainly to a mitti up a true caught it In the neck ln.vini.-ktini-i boro.b'it reputation as "the dark The Kinlev mii ... .....r.l.. nt In the corporate limits c Rowland willsoiu tut ;w nvllo an h u,.;.!.... .. i.l. n.,.t ' giKMl einttt in vidftit that London is . bloody ground," but California seems at every jM.int on the prelimimiiv oi-oy p. Mr. Ktisli II. Denton, of Ur- - n ., .Tuhn V,. nks. hud mi nvnm hIiil' tr nl ami " It J DARST. Rowlantl. of prow th unit is airemty ynmu? u......n Wnintlon. destined to become even more deserving . Q.eIo.k t,J0 clienlia committee mrd, has been on a visit to his daughter, Tuesday and wa held in the gum of towns that mart-t- i on to with tin boom of that unenviable distinction. Since M Sam Kim. On his return lu whs ooo. He failed to jjive bond and was In fact the hu-- WM ot IWi(ly ,0 coming to this State, I've read of as ma. LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. glory and prosperity. ml rfl, nftoi. m tf. Mtwter mniitled. by his xntnJ-sotmy haw been so vast since Tlio undersigned will rnnt fcr the yenr 1S01, on for,o( t,Jtf Fjn,v mm t(J pMjV0Ut itf nu ny or more murders committed within Wosley. reasunaMeterm.. herF.irm ot iy Acrs, Mis. Charlotta Roberts wa returned mile Inst vihU that I should hvo imagined ndj,inrim(.lt WM nB(1 tm 10 its bounds than ever occurred in Ken- Ifin MilleileMKe Ky. The renter can have the l0. Pat CaPtle and sou Will left for Som to the Lexinirton nsvltun Momlav. She . privilege if seedine this Fnl to myseii in ino.inu. i.w.... tucky in the sumo length of time, the m0IItm, j a, for,.wi t,, i,.ave Mrs NANCV EN K I .VS. erset Monday, whuro they will probably ' came home two weeks since apparently not the and shall not In- able to nthir itnnortiukt "ville " dillereuce in population considered. nville, Ky shc it done spend the winter. We cortlially recom-- , cured, but became violent in a short "Ixmlon" braKeman plainly enum-iatebut I inn Mire that I'iuley will be This is a big week for Santa Barbara. mend them to Somerset n .'entleim n time. This ie the fifth time she has been Various whin the train pulled in. The Fair, the Northern Methodist Conput in his iHilitinil urave. It looks now and tcruptioiisly conscientious carpen- taken to thnt institution, and Lot ai Crab Orchard For Sals, cl.nnucs for the hotter lmvu bueu liSce "John Heiierv';i jct there " ference and the Democratic Convention tera, who will be greatly mS.sed here, if One day last week .Jim Woods, who are all in day the county sest of wrought and to i:. C. W. nroirres ami the town is nrettv Sam IJrown also takes a bi Job away was fined $i5 for cutting up belts, etc., Laurel, although on the maps of tbe well filled with people; but I dare say it from home. Ilaviui; had a look thro' Holbrookamill, left bis nssisned work Will be fuller DEADWOOD, CASEY COUNTY. The house next Moildav, when John Mn property, one Block Irom Depot porch, fie tnto so small and insignificant look. , l'nt'H tool chest, we were not surprised in the contains six sp.ictou rooms, one lattice , .,. e , one yard and broke for ,, , . is n plaw of no mown iiiijwitiuu'i' ing piicues lis tenia uric, open porcn aim portico, uuh all Deccisnry out John Hiks ha tied the county aud to see four men heaving it into a wagon, liherty. He was recaptured near Orlan- - liODlllsoii s to be on or address D B. Edmistcn. and it l.usinesi town that "aiut judging from the interest the people are oiniuiiiKs. 1.11Ky.,or me at I'meillle, Kshis family clniiu to know nothing of bis Crab Orchard, Hunn Hums drove through town do the same day and brought back to 3"- -l SAML'LI. ItLAlR, M taking in the bills that adorn every conlauclud at." 1'erhaps my lovo for whuretilMUto 17 excellent yearling his old quarters. Monday a lot of make me exiwerute jnH u little on spicuous place in town. The Fair is Klhsoit, hvitiL' one mile from .teen, bought of Oeorge Cunninghnm. Henry Mr. J. II. WiUiains ma Se a painful Ler pxd iuahtie-- , but when I think of hre. Is (laii'.'emii6ly ill with brain fever pretty good, but in the matter of hoise of North Fork, Casey and of Dick Hiile, wound in his knee with a hatchet while tt.e rottrtMnien that have been hhown me, and is not expected to live. stock it doesn't near come up to KenI near town. Andv Cowan bought lOnice working at Hank it Son's store. sell my (arm of tucky. There are some very tine horses ateddesire to t)i miles north ahout uo acres, situt.ie kindness with which my wants were .1. A. Wall has been appointed jus- about of Stanford on tho , . i i iiii.ii of Linmett McCormackatcl'J. pitcher John Williams is home from ..ii.itibi "".;:" tic of the jwce intend of V. CJ. Hrtiley, -"- "-', ntten-ieuuniiK in California, but not ill this part. The Rush "ranch piVe, opposite the old church. There acres in . balance ,.,., ,,8 ,lr(.t (.0Ul at Yw. U. W. Itobbe, a liveryninu from the Hub,- Uowland sick with fever. The follow-abo- ut display of fruits, CCC, IS Very creditable. ."aiuuiju well set inwncui anu rje; tnedwelling here some yoa.s ao I feel my of the farm timothy Good rmtiwi which the literary universe is sup- ing persons are taking in the fall d and . Mtbject and w,h Tnin'q ?f four.u r00"" and lichenfen(.ed. a splendid new 1 il.lt futior-ibf, deal with the Chestnut, l licit harI1. weU watertd and hnt Possession can to revolve 1!) and where the prin- - bration in I)uisville: J. G. Carter, J.E. ' be Siven immediately. For , ..hcsforitH contiiuHHl miccm. net 0,dl.r I1W. ,,. g, lhnt 1eroto. cipal bean canneries are located, Uos- - and J. It. Vowels. Hugh Miller, W. B Cabin,V Was nlaved here Saturday; night "Jiley, Stanford, or write particulars, se J. P. the undersigned at ., , , nai ie for the prcenl. e. withers. by that more v nerable chestnut, Cora Cincinnati, iMo. ting, was here enrlv in the week buying Smith, Mrs. M. L. Lovell, Mrs. Mary - " T. AU1UIIV wiu imi-iw I - A mtinli1ii.iiii Hl.l When will this libel on . .. ...- .. . p. fn nn It. roadster?. He made a few purchases nt Carter and Miss Mollie Coyle. Mrs. E. Van " " last visit here is an immense piNiniiiK is becomiiiK' more aud moro appaietilt the South, written to prejudice the Noith, JTQ3R figures. H. IJodeu was here from London Sun- ow tel by Faris A Co., .1... ..I. I.... i : l"v. ... I. aud saw mill it v'.l. liberal against that section, he releenteu to tne yi int Win. Heid, Sr still cirries his right day. Mr. Landram, of Pittsburgh, is It dots llltifc viiiiui vi. it. lyrituniii iji v. tl. and managed by J. C. McKee. "".? eipast It ought to have been suppressed will bo our next ConirretRumn, e 'roU'srroom.T hand in n huge envelope of whito cloth, working here nights while Robert Brown credit die porch an tinniense busiuer-- and retlectd ,,., good ther of whom would be a credit to the but thrusts it in a pocket when around i" laying olF on account of the sickness years ago. I illMIS lici ike tearing "X: "oniseranaah, i.act.ni.ili .M latticed, It.,...,. wIl uiliilowsoii I See them nil new, consisting of meat house.' hencrv. coal down the lying bills when 'parent representation, Editor Smith is taking ,..,..,... i.vu.l)l,iiiM.i uu uairy siaoic, mere are two thiriroodold friend, Mr. J. Hackne, f ,t.iu where Capt. Hulfmnn could see it, as it of his mother. nrOUUU. ;ood cuterr.s, one at house, the other at the stawas proposed to again try old Roan over in the republican convention nt London. pOSteU for a lon and including has our coiiKntttitalloin. negro population of California is " .Trh?'e "?" ?i!"cBc f.rruw! hM U)env on straw gDOscbernes, currants, the same route nd part of the pro-- Dr. Morgan, of MancheMer, wivj heie The happy marrie.1 life and our umI wishes Frltluy nik.llt luuI snt.mlav following are well- - "Pe, cherry, plums, damson, pear and apple gramme wns to see Joe on" for Liberty Sundaw Mrs. Zula sparks is ill w ith trees. Also some nice Jersey attend his bride. Although neither q and as a rule are as big men US any bred to registered bull. One harnels aril heifers U umlL )V VQW M1(J. without an inkling of the escapade. fever. Miss Nannie Kennedy U visiting horseone itlt io ih yomij: dk.bur Sl.ribv, A1 f,iL.nds of education ! the contracting l,,leanJ. driven by fact there is a class that seems woman nr clillil. HrV.'i buggy and phneton. There have a few criminations and re relatives here. Mrs. E. Brooks, after a body; in AUo S'ncrcs of pasture laiul, which will lie as they use.1 to be the houejwm arumvlted to tO theiU, and I expPCt they iru8(1l. criminations leaked out, but as Henry's visit to u iends here has returned to tO look lip ,.. ,, plsant and that hoeiiisnono tlio le M ,f ,at0 of Brackell ought to. They eat at most restaurants, cu P.ii wliwbuTaSt both of them are lad they are Itving 00111113-- , Isonr fKte't mii&ter an.I a clever wife put the jug in tho wngon nnd the Paris. F. L. Thompson has moved the occupy prominent positions in some of ""'f'c'.xRPENTKR. Stanford. old inan'is thesUiunchost prohibitionist remainder of his goods into his otlice is plainly apparent. flue as any fellow ho is, too. It was through him in the West End, we shall await reports and is closing out and will not open up the churches and dress as The democrats here are etill sore ovei tlU)lishei of bodv. 'Tis an utter impossibility, tho', CTOTTejin TTOT? S? TPTTT' 0,X.WM ,ll(,,y the becond excursion with some anx- - business again until February, when l.e ' here, which is a gieat the jrerrvinaniienm: uiii mm . to draw- the color line in Califoraia. Of, convenience totho it'ty. e j gets his own now occupied They ilisliko belus a lK)ile of this ccniiiiuinity. An,i stock of urlos for sale List Legislature. a real We are so remote from n branch of by McKenzie & Baker. D. C. Poynter course, any one can always tell part of the bloody lllh. but swear by Capt. A. Evans wns heie last week the weather btueau are bo uinu.i ditl'erent Des.nncr tonuit the Urn; at Huston- that we still depend has moved his 6tock into the Adams uciu, uiu there aii thnfs holy that they will try with looking aftei the laud of the (.neeu linfrc,h. Hussand shades of individuals it would require, rnf.n,,rMS,. tc'if complete every on the moon and signs for impending e and W. M. Poynter has hiulit and main to Iwat tit lucky candi- er Lumber Co. Mr. Evans says be in they particular and the busmen is a paying one in Hu- and Saturday's north wind and ed n family grocery jn ,,t. hou-- e vacated an investigation to decide whether May tonvlllf Will also rent the entire house my store date in the present convention. tends settling up this laud soon with promise of snow by have negto blood in their veins, or that is located in The house contain i cood unstairs the sputtering lire, by I). C. to do so. A Bracken county fanners. It is hoped G A WASH, Hu.tonville 53.3m the ood Lord help thorn To 'ooms of the Mexican, Spaniard or Italian ;""M"M""" iieni.jtralie cuiii:resstna In the Utb, tKilt In will llw.i1 tf llittl ui nit lib, alarmed the grangers. Sunday morning of these, I for CHURCH AFFAIRS, the lower class of either was still cold and cloudy and a clear would look rather peculiar, but is tll09tt who iavt.a,reaiiy ro"me. Bracken night at a one prefer the negro. would have been n repetition of The Synod of Kentucky will meet the thing nccueu. lmH n 00 ilumocr.iticmHioritv and could At several places in the southeastern Sunday night of last October, Oct. 7, at Covington, The republicans have this week to nli'ord to seud us some 50 of her domo the iirst account of continued bad health, desire to OllhlSiaii. a roil.HiSr.iuii earth - ie On .. when oven the sorghum crop was ruined matcj. m . fJrm l)t 3JO Acres olhlue-gras- .t. Rev. H. C. Morrisou filled his old p.tllT... Hint tl.emtelves ami from the crowit nllup mill.- t.n.l in rtl.lftaill, iR a UIR' 914.C ui ili.iiuj. uuiu n lt,I. n1.nt. ...nP f.J. llllli; iiiivi ium- Wliu .1.. ..A..H.. r....l.... crats to help swell our number and make by the freeze. tt. Wo should certainly pulpit at the .Methodist church last IIU.IISU OIIUI N 1.113 11 UUbilllUll I1I1C nt .V UklCl null ll.ljlIUVCIIICIIlS has been here and the noise that hai old Casey solid. night on the 10th, but no damage is re mile south of Stanford, and the laying of the farm have thought the ox in the pit and sail- - night. emanated from the Courthouse they I was awakened by the is superb. There are all of the necessary imported. Think ed into our sorghum patch, in imitation provements, including a frame dwelling ot five The General Christian Church con HUBBLE. have had a big time. rooms and hall, a of our enterprising neighbor, had it not vention will open at Des Moines, Iowa, vibrations, as I noticed that awful stillness buildings new. For large basement burn, nnd all further information, apply to The following are the newspaper men Jackson Vaught, of Indiana, is visit been that our crop is unusually small Oct. 20. that invariably precedes and succeeds an ROUT. McAUSTER, Stanford that have been hero tliii week. A. I was confident there had W. Eubanks ami fat nil v. Miss and we have been unable to find a stalk The average age of 117 Presbyterian earthquake. i.v.i ' 11 i,...1a,i,iiiI.TH. Tbnitinsou. !,"' " Eubanks Mattie has been visiting f iends much sweeter than the average stalk o ministers who died last year was nearly been one, and sure enough the papers Commercial; w . 1. Cimpueii, I."..,,,,;,,,. reported it next day. .iivilliiio . rvif; oil III 1115 find the b'J years. I will sell to the higher bidder, on the premise Post, Cincinnati; T. L. Walker, Lexing- weighing about ttvpounds, for :J,. ?uu.iia sugar corn. Molasses-maker7o Mrs stalk unusually rich in juice, but the There was an equinoctial shower at a Rev. F. D. Hale has taken charge of ton Leader. J. B. Mucker, Somerset Dunbar's brpther-iu-law- , Win. Lay, turn-ou- t Oct. I, 1890, unusually small and deficient the McFerran Memorial Church, Louis- - few points in Southern California on the On A. A. Lewis. Somerset, Uepubli-uiliving at Somerset, died of lung trouble in llavor. 19th, amounting to .09 to .23 of nu inch. My Fam o( Ej Acr, Mtuatetl on he Un Aille, at ?2,500 a year. nM Stanford poiuted tO a heavy and on a pike, t'mileseastof btarford It last Friday. All friends have our Bym has tood housed brooms, comparatively Iu the Grace Methodist Episcopal Here the indications The hotels are doing, a MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. We had only a Slight Sprinkle, new and bullion modem style, .ind all necc.ury pathy. Mr. Reuben Flora, of Middles-borchurch, of Jersey City, it is proposed to Mill, but and art) accommodating the 300 or Gaq mis ULtll smith. IH Olliuuiiiiuuu, ou.,tu,,,,lnK1 is"re comparatively new Has a g0od rejiorts more improvement going supplied with stock The chestnut crop is the largest expel two young lady communicants un100 delegates to the convention to the a ctorn at the about five miles from here, atld excite- - V,'0' anJ a desirable and door Persons desirous Riley, on there now than has been for some known since chestnut time began. buying less they stop chewing gum. well located place wilt best of their ability. Capt. Frank high. Ihe tWO Wells profit by bein; present, as the land will positively. tune. Mrs. Hackley has moved to her Rev. Preston Blake will preach at tlieut rilllS prettV Anyone having news suitable for a l.nn whom there is no better man or . f "c oldwl" sell t the same time some personal-hatO tm eiiiil- - null. aiUl Uo '?tt, ' tv, uch as cattle, horses, h5s, farmmi; tmple- s, .ierry ... 1; mmr 11 rrovi newspaper will confer n favor by drot - !the Baptist church here Sunday aud .1 a.i.,i.. iswalmmnf the busi- menu, com and hay ' strong flow was obtained. The deuce, to spend a few days. Mr. Sam ping it into Box 1, at this place. Sunday night, in place of Rev. George wheni..a-- re....... J W. AD VMS. Stanford, Ky ,if mid itnillL' j, ..,11 i,..i.. ... .n, l'lf. ta hnslcman has gone to Casey county to pi'UJIlU Ul .llllll XJlllU.llll .11C l.lliwu T. II. Moran sold to W. M. Cloyd a Hunt, who will preach for him. Our handsome young friend, Charles , i ..;..! look at some land. Mrs. C. C. Link has pair of Williamsburg Institute having been piping it iu luvvn anu uiiernig mules, also bought of R. Brock, has charge of the College here Hob- ., .. , manufacturers to locate here , to returned from a visit m ,Ohio. Joe R. Cunningham a harness horse for ofl'ered $5,000 by Mr. Rockefeller on con, , .. " ana uas oesiues iaio ,,,,,1 ..... .a... .., t r. C arpen $110. """. l'.l of knowinK that secured for its and use it. This, of all countries, could dition that Slo.000 Jwas m hool. the satisfaction best utilize natural gas as fuel. So often A series of meetings have just closed support, has got over $10,000 pledged. be la p easing both parent ami pupil weather in winter is just cold enough E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor ,,'i.in.. lli iB 111 iter boon. Darb Penman lias a new girl at the M. E. Church here, several memDr. David Morton, Southern Metho- the tnodo of l,lBho..e.. . Br. ,t has sold 1, is bers being added. Rev. Raymon, of dist Church Extension Board secietary, to need a little fire, when a regular wood young man aud by bis klnd Jt coal fire would make too much heat, Ko Hotelin KentnekyhM a 0 be delivered ! November, at l Clinton county, nnd others conducted. brtter repuutl has, in the past eight years, raised $4;J0,-00- or wori for the I. J. has won a number of and its proprietor is determined that . ... .. . ... irnrtli i finta ,i,nl .urnu. ...... Vf. ilrii ...,....,In Such COSeS, the gas COUld be turned. .U. ...U Everyone is hustling to and fro with and aided iu building l.tfOO churchshall be maintained. ,.. i ti.i., ,nr.;u ior 11. tiilbsciiueib .... i.,i tv"":' " "" "v' v.unt l..ol.. mighty speed fixing to attend 4 Paws es. on and regulated to just the degree of . .1... ...n imoliifia.int n.irt of hie """ "' A 'm ers have at last reached our settlement. wonderful show, which will exhibit at The Southern Presbyterian Church heat desired. Then, in spritig and fall, ,rtiu He has recently aided to its appointment. in the mouutaius are iuu iwnu. .,..,.o. Danville next Saturday. The boys are statistics show 71 Presbyteries, an in- the mornings aud evelliugS are Often The Census Main .street from beginning to end is ... ...1 j all smiles since tho girls have consented crease of 2 over last year; 1,179 ministers, cold, but the middle of the day warm .0 mud from a toot to two leei ueep Tiie work of Ul,8 ct.I18U8 ,s tie f,rst nn increase of 34; L',400 churches, an in- enough. A little natural g.is would be Abo Contract has been j over exccttHi j,y electricity. In the to go with them to see the striped zebra. nearly impassable. A First-Clas- s Livery Link Woods lias returned to his crease of 71; 11,400 additions ou examina- the very thing. aud wo trust merQ uniu,ieration in gross io.000,000 let for grading it, however, tion, an increase of 1,499, aud 100,791 r.iigusu wauiiiusure auuui rrauv lur Toaccommodaie the demands of his increased eastern speculators it sottCHlu1es were twice gone over. The home at Cleveland, Ohio, after a ere the arrival of lieu Turnouts furnished visit hero with his old friends. commuuieauts, an increase of 7,019. The the market. Most of them have been transient patronage. and others. Commercial Travelers count proper began on July I and in six will bo in good shape. for all purposes ha ve in- sold at 7 or S cents per pound. The crop n contributions Ho is He left here 10 years ago. For a town so thoroughly prohibition wrcks tll0 nUnies were counted twice, is about an average one. Figs are ripe as he taught writing at tlio Col- creased, except for education. as this place claims it is, there has been T))tl jj,llr0 0 so.Olh) names per day was Edward de Bourbon, a French count, and eat splendidly, but there is not the visible for tho rc,acMe,i on Ono day by 13 operators. One lege for some time while B. S. Phillips n good deal of driukiug This notice forewarns hunters, and who abandoned title and estates over I0 slightest resemblance in the taste of others not to trespass on our binds fishermen periiJ was principal. without operator, a lady, reached the total of last few days aud the wonder is there of W. years ago to take tho vows of the silent those taken from the tree and the dried mission, as all such will be prosecuted to the fullSome one entered the house est extent of the law Signed. no etl'ort to find where tho whisky comes nljmU som mmies. The female clerks T. R. W. brotherhood, wns on Monday installed ones. I! V UAINES. tesidenters claim thnt tll uvoraped about 47,000 names, against M. Cloyd, a few nights ago, aud loaded J It. McKINNKV, from. The juii.-- o. L.IN, ..lis a.i.uruMUMiu, things in abbot of the Gethsemane Abbey, in - Mr alice delegates brought it witti tneni, urn. 11 j.on00 i()r th0 maie ci,,rk8i Tho inagni- - himself down with such jos. uallou. ckek Iu a sermon on the fight between cap., : ....... ,1..... iv.. n. evhientiv. loatieu the eatable Hue as lie could carry. No Nelson county, by Bishop McCloskey. .t - K.I.I iIl.UllIUrti ...- -, tudo of tho work may be inferred from I S PHILLIPS C REYNOLDS mis ia mi" . This is a very important event in tho ital and labor, Dr. T.dmage said: "There M I. llhCK ....II .i. .1. ...inifl the fact that some 1,000 employes aro one was at tho house at the time, therej.. to the guards wan uiu oiuu. who keep in poverty because J disturbed, but Cloyd lives of tho Trappists, who30 existence are those the charge is a pretty severe ono on the engaged in tabulating results and exe fore they were not seems to outsiders to be a living death' of their own fault. They might have watchdelegates, who, with a singlo inception cuting tho other operations of the cen says he will be ready, waiting aud been well on" but they smoked or chewing next time. come from prohibition counties. Celery acts upon the nervous system ed up their earnings, or they lived bemis. It is estimated that thu population John Wilcher went to Cincinnati Tbe noetrv on the congressional aspl- of tho world, if scheduled, could he on the while cure for rheumatism yond nVsArlfl W) Wl. kuil 1L S?Sfc;'SLMB , .1 . 11.1. :.. ,1... llr-i. ..bv the united Mutes census of- - Monday. W. M. Cloyd went to Liberty aud is aTom.ttoes stimulate the and neu- same their means, ou the others salaries nri'li.ir.l ' rants 01 inu ni". same wages nnd Coiinteil ralgia. liver aud Tuesday on business. W. T. Royalty, of letter was greatly enjoyed here and the ko ln 00'daygi spinach and the common dandelion, pre- went on to competency. I know a nun Yosemite was visiting relatives here SunJOL'UNAL, US USU.sl, SOIU iiuuvu I.VrEUtOK pared in the same way, have a direct ef- who is all tho tim complainiug of his Attention, Whitley Democrats. day. Prof. Buchanan was sick Monday. says ho will, if nonunateu, fect ou diseases of the kidney. Onions, poverty and crying out against rich men, jmi. Wiu.iAMMirm., Oct. 1. The democrats M. I). Royalty went to Huston ville garlic and olive promote digestion, by while he himself keeps two dogs an I have each of his ssonstiiuenis suusuuuu best." A good of Whitley county are hereby requested Tuesday. Drummers were as scarce in stimulating tho circulatory system, with to the "cheapest and chews and smokes and is filled to the to meet at the court house in Williams- town tliis week as the chewing utensils idea, indeed. This would, of course, & COs, consequent increase of the saliva and chin with whisky and beer." the the republican majoriiy and here- burg on Saturday, Oct. ith, at 1 o'clock of a lien. Dull' Portmau and Harry gastric juice. Raw onions are also rewrang- r. m., for the purpose of selecting dele- Rains, of Liberty, wtro iu town this HUSTONVILLE, KY. The height of the American falls of after there would not be bo much garded as a remedy for sleeplessness and of the gates to attend the convention to bo held week. Several from here attended the after tho office. is an the Niagara is 104 feet, aud that ling tho French believe that onion soup Are (till in the business and ready to do Horse-shoor- at Barbourville on the 9th of Oct., 1S90, marriage of G. Elliott aud Miss Bettie falls 150 feet. in the Undertaking line. We hare a full The Kreat convention was called to excellent tonic in caseH of debility of the Canadian or ioc 01 v.aies anu iakeia 01 an Minis ana Kobe Edgar 1). G. Colson for the purpose of nominating a demoBrown, at Mt. Olive, Sunday. digestive oigans. der at 11:16 Tuesday by The Scientific American says that the SUTcX db?ffi"i on Knox county cratic candidato for Congress in the lltii Fogle is attending school at Georgetown. and after prayer by Onsen bat charge of and will W, L. Biugham has been appointed best way , to clean gilt frames is tO wash our good to any onecur busine auyth!g inshow front Stanford Congressional district. II. O. Kixa. J. W. Dickerson returned . . neediae our brother, Mr. Ramsey, of Laurel, nomiinr ct Pineville. Cflt lllvui in uw. Ch'u Whitley County Detu. Com. Monday. M. Sebastan, of Owsley, for LONDON. - U. Pow-wo- 1 1 - ...i,..f - ,,,,.,. - ..,,, 57-- "" iel-ilenc- I wl FOB, SALEI -k ' -- - I Stan-For- d nr For Sale j i l. l f,.l.. ...... Twenty Lots Sl,-M- is. 1 j i, , l - my-s"l- f, 3,-- tf d j j lm j court-hous- . J, XStilVlf - Faraa. For Sale. W ,, cele-po-e- ' l , j i -- w.-- . Tns-iell- . , .... j Si5LI!Eit V s ' Miiwi-iuwriimiii- :.. I 11 1 in-,- ,,,,,,., ' - - , c'' 1 i h?fM d," , j store-houi- J store-hous- open-change- s, l J; : 1 j ! rm ::'. j m w, 1 s 11 11 11 A 4S-i- ! T 1 Farm For Sale. S 411 s Ite-put- fcj u ' Saturday, 11 land-olllc- e bust-nt-s- s o, j never-failin- g ' ? 1 T 1 son-in-la- J- -, - d . 11 jiiui,i,, !... .!: :- -.l luuuui.--ineut- s '; ". THE MYERS HOUSE eSnt 1 ...!. I '., 0, j - v Q 1 .... I Pool aild ISilliardParlorS Stable two-week- s' well-know- POSTED. ti j j '; k- nr-i- I re-du- J. T. STTTTOIT e auy-thl- nc J 11 ttf XM'r.TiT nated J. post-mast- er Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal ideas about marriage, has been formed at Cnattanooga. Stanford, Ky , Octoiier 3, 1S90 Iteorge S. Batchellor, of New York, has been appointed to be minister resi-dent and consul general of the United States to Portugal. Lexington's Chamber of Commerce Was We come. The low DEMOCRATIC TICKET. has appointed a committee of '20 to per people. We to week we fect a plan of work to secure the removdeep. is Kr Congress, uu- al of the State capital to that city. bitoes, After being in session about a month of and taking 5.051) ballots, the democrat,, one of Jn nst of the 10th Tennessee district have nombe says that The Louisville Times inated Joseph Patterson for Congress. speech, delivered Tuesday on the (Jen. Jubal A. lvtrly was caught iniquitous McKinloy hill, ai the ablest and buried under a falling wall at Lynchelibrt ever delivered in either House of burg, Va., Tuesday. He was rescued afConpress on the taritl'. The speaker ester 'JO minutes' work, only slightly hurt. timated that taxes under the bill would President Roberts of the PennsylII ca n choice be incieased, upon iion and steel vania railroad, started in life as a track be upon wool and woolens SI hand :'.0 years ago. The combined sala,000,000, upon cotton fabrics ries he receives now amount to $100,000 upon flax and linen co.OOO.OOO, upon tin a year. p!atcs SS,7:to,000, and upon tin pigs or Alfred A. Freeman, of Tennessee, bars 51,357,000. To compensate for that has been appointed Associate Justice of the tax on tobatco is reduced two cents the Supreme Court of New Mexico n pound, amounting to fVOO.OOO, for the Special to The Interior Jouroil net Women Shoes and John N. liwin, of Iowa, governor To benefit of the manufacturer, and not for London, Oct. 2.I).dloting began at 11 of Arizona. on .4! . ...ItHHi'O illiwitltl itl fm the producer of the leaf or the consumer as soon as the speeches were over and Congress Lowest win Snjrar in put on the free the first resulted. Xell 3SJ, Adams '.275-cc of the pluir. , duui. list because the tax on it was for revenue UoreingJ, Wilson (M and Finley 4tL heldne.uSatnrdav. IVOI'th The candidates n.e U'Ortl .S.2; lUClt SQCllUUUi CalfslOCS III CoilgrCSS, and not protection, while the bounty The 14J votes that Trimble would have a. B.Montgomery, Thomas Grundy It id, and, sole $Jr; feature, accordinu to Mr. Carlisle, who gotten from Pulaski went to Nell, but it worth, e Kuwii. is one of the foremost lawyers livinjr, is is thought only a matter of compliment. Lewis Doncg0la -- At Anchorage Asluui CUStom-mad- c oes $ 2 WOl'tk $1. 7 ")) slOCCVCru clearly invalid. Hut, perhaps, the bent There was little change to the tli ballot, wenns suicided by placing his he, ion , io give of the speech was that portion in which which stood Nell Adams 15, Boreing , bed post and a niche in rv an iron 2, S b'UtOU sIlOCS, SIZCS ft'Olll O It)?, WOl'tll OI.25; he seized with the rip of a plant the L'5, Wilson 7S and Finley 40. tVe wall and jerked it almost entirely reciprocity feature of the bill and tore it to ,v ., 3 o'clock, from his body. l The !Uh ballot, taken about 21 to 25. to tatters, showing that it is retaliation resulted, Wilson 01, Finley 40?, Boreing (it $2.15, WOl'tll OUI' Uieil' S boots Will l)C Sdltl n The Shenandoah Valley railroad was on our own people and not reciprocity 30, Adams 14, Nell 37J; necessary to a M)ld at Hoanoke, Va., Tuesday, to Cdll blUJ Old' a retaliation depending on the judgment choice 101. iui holders 01 me msi niiriKnm-- u or whim of the man who may be presik The other faction of the Pulaski dele- 57,100,000, which are said to be the dent of the United States. The speech gation is hauling its vote around from ifc Western people. is a great campaign document, and its one candidate to another. The The investigation showed that Postlanre circulation can not but have a pro of the Whitley delegati on is vo- master Wheat, who handles the mails half nounced and beneficial effect on public ting S for Boreing and 1 each for Nell, for Congressmen, was guilty of misfeasMain Street, Stanford, Ky, ?l, SAI.INC:ZCU, opinion. Adams and Wilson. Wilson ran tip ance and a resolution was adopted deFinley has gotten despei-at- claring the office vacant. . The Covington Commonwealth pro- once to i.s S. It in the wind that he may throw San Francisco's (Herniation is 2,7,- Charles siefert killed his daughter fesses to believe that there is an overstrength to Nell. He has no hope of at Uwon, 111., because she married i 1MW, uu increase of tl,oil. whelming demand for a secret ballot his wisher., winning himself, but can dictate the K. The republicans have noniiiuled Baxter against her paroi.ta in the State, but it has not manifestNell men are very siefert then killed himself. The young C. Hill, of Lee, for Cngre-- s in the 10th, this section that wo have nomiuition. The ed itself in singuine, but the Jesuit is beyond pre- husband has become insane after Br. Stewart had declined the honheard of. The good old viva voce plan Fown. diction. A joint resolution appropriating or. It iin stA uroi tlu- Miuio of ought to be continued, unless an educaThe republicans in tho 0th have to enable the Postmaster (ienend to with the tional qualification is required s Fkw people have an idea of the te-- t the free delivery system in small nominated Weeden O'Neal for Congree secret ballot. The Mississippi convenof the L. & N. as p railroad corporapassed by both and adopted a resolution endorsing tion has fixed 1S90 as the year that the tion. It represents $18,000,000 of stock towns and villages. was I am n fully prtjunil to do Tuesday. Blaine for the prwidency. houses of Congress educational qualification shall go into and a total mileage af 1,100 75 miles, In theCieoriiiaSuteelection Wedne3-daWhen the present Congress conveneffect and if we are to lmve the secret miles of which are owned absothe Fanners' Alliance swept every- notice was givenof IS contested seats. ballot, let us also have an educational lutely and 1,002.::1 miles are controlled ed, proviso, fixing a date sufficiently far in through the ownership by the L. & N. of Seven republican contestants were seat- thing before it. Of the 175 mem hers of the Alii-the future for every citizen to qualify a majority of the stock. The bouded ed; two remain to be acted upon and lower house of the legislature, the AM) Alliance ousted. 150, of Breckinridge was anco has suiois, the himself. debt has been decreased from 500,720,000 Maj. 2S. By the death of Theodore Ludorick, claims 550,177,000. The gross earnings for Miss Maude Giieciouy, who made a to Judge Morton has ordured tho jury at Parsee, Cal., John Williams, a coach- were 5IS,S40,00o.02, the net gieat hit in "Money Mad," has returned the year from his brother, in the Martin case to appear bfor him traffic 57,422,011.45, and ninn nt Bristol. Pa., and to her family at St. Louis, thoroughly earnings All work warranted and promptly done on the 'M lay 01 1110 .Murcn the net surplus after all expenses were William, of Blackburn, N. Y., become, at Kiehmoml for contempt in failing disgusted with the stage and stage peoto property valued at 57,000,-- term to answer deducted being 5101,271. si. During the the heirs I. ... I.! . !.. .1 ....1 fa.ii. Ia Mat! .'iitiiin ple. She says the stage is a hotbed of iw Mint Mn lilt lO OUfy IMS Ilisvriiciiunn year 2,.sl 1,000 were spent in construc- nnn sin, that women are driven like dogs and He said he would lmvu sealed The failure of a telegraph operator guilty. of passengers tint nvnn insnuptpii llV their OW11 lirofeSS tion. The whole number for fear of tho ef' an increase over on the Central railroad, of New Jersey, with it this court, but was 5,l:5,O30, ion.' each of whom regards her as a whit- - lurried . . in a collision feet on some juries that wese trying .11 .1... .......I. ............1 I... a.n.... A. tooney an order, resulted ed sepulchre. She wants girls to eschew At the annual in which one engineer and two firemen cases. wide-op- en equal to 10.S3 per cent. tho stage, which she asserts is a The committee in the MisisMipi meeting of the stockholders at Louisville were killed, and another engineer was door to hell. The prominence or eon. con. has reported a resolution setfatally injured. of the stock was the lady both in society and theatrical Wednesday, 5:50,000,000 In the trial of a suit for desertion ting forth that it is the opinion of the her state represented. The old ofiiceis were comcircles gives impoitance to brought by Mrs. Henry Molenbrook, at neonle of. the State that the only true ,1.1 ments and they have created a decided plimented by being retained and there Wilkesbarre, Pa., the plaintiff failed to ami ellielont remedy ior mo poniicu aim tC-ys) was a general expression of satisfaction sensation. ....,... .1.1'. ..Kui.tfittit ltifiiiM' eiidit liv-- ! social dillerences between the white and ...,a ..v in their management of the great con- l(lIUtll ing. undivorced husbands ot hen were UlaeK races is 1110 repeal oy wiu vonynThe negro, Miller, from South Caroli- cern. Is Receiving His ot the united Mmus 01 uie rmuouiii present 111 court. na, who was given a seat in Congress The con. con., in the face of the fact onn.lj.s man, Amendment to the Constitution. William Uevoie, tho that a democrat was fairly, justly and that 70 of Kentucky's 110 counties are The trial of J. R. Birchall, charged has leased the Richmond itreet car line to, got down to business legally entitled paupers, that is they draw more from the for a term of years. He pays 7 per cent, with murdering F. C. Benwell Feb. l, Goods Warranted and .1 Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give him a call. as soon as he got in and offered resolutreasury than they pav in. and that S and S percent, come to an end at Woodstock, Ontario, tions to appropriate $250,000 to erect a counties pay SO per cent, of the net rev- on the stock the first year finding the accused monument to commemorate the valor enue of the State, defeated the commit- thereafter. This deal places the stock at Tuesday by thg jury sentencing him to guilty ami the judge its par value. Climax. and patriotism of the negro soldiers and tee's report that no inoie new counties .GO TO. The appropriations made by the first be hanged on Friday, Nov. 1. Bircholl a million dollars for the erection of a shall be formed, except the area be 400 enticed Benwell from England, led him Congress were session of the olst home where ex slaves may be cared for. square miles and the population 10,000. The permanent annual appro into a dismal swamp and Bhot him 10 Afteralltho latter is not such a bad Straus, of Bullitt, thought that the ques1 amount to death, in order to gtt hat money be priations for the year scheme. The negroes are as much eiu tion ought to be left to the legislature ?101,0-S- , 150, making tho grand total for, had. titled to such benefits as many who are and his amendment was adopted. It ncrease over tho Thf Middlwboro Newa nays that tho year 5 ,02,.0,,i5d. now supported in holdiers' homes. begins to look very much like the State 50th Congress 510,013,01:5. woik has begun on the South Boston GKOCKRY" of the Birmingham Iron Works ami that its main building, law passed by Con- will get very little out of her investment The The piosident Co., has been arrested and which is to be 1,200 feet long and 150 gress is very sweeping iu its provisions of several hundred thousands of dollais 55,000 bonds for advertising a wide, will be completed by next M.mli, mul accordiug to Judge Tyner, attorney in the convention. held in department, piohibits and the entire weekly edition of when 1,000 men will bo employed. The for the bill is now a law, lottery The infamous tarill Cincinnati Volksfreund was seized Novelty Wood Works is also being conall schemes for distiibuting prizes by having been passed and duly signed by the fair as violating the same law. It looks structed and will have 50 hands at woik chance, and applies to the church of Congiess for Lottery Com- the two presiding ollicers by December. Miss Lily Ungtry hrs well as the great Louisiana the Octopus must go. and the president. Perhaps it is just as like During present session of Con- ordereil an 5S.500 building to be erected An advertisement for a church pany. the well for tho democrats that the pary in fair which Bpeaks of a raflle or anything gress 10,072 bills and joint resolutions on her Cumberland Avenue lot and Dr Wax, JUie. power has forced this measure on the of tho kind will be excluded from the proposed in the two houses, Curtis, of New York, it 55,000 one on not sound well to have been country, but it does mails. Thi8is canying the thing conagainst 15.5S0 in the first session of the his. Spinner whoso fantasand will disgust the have it said that it could not have become last Congress. The total passed and apsiderably too far a law except for the almost criminal abagainst 1,71(0 for the tic signature used to adorn the with such a law. people is l,:j:n, sence of democratic Senators, who had proved is at Pablo Beach, Fla , slowly dywhole of the previous Congress. ing of cancer. Neaily all of one side of The Louisville Post is vindicated. they been present and voted, the iniq The Mississippi con. con. hasdecided Kcott Newman and Zob Ward, together uity could not have been accomplished, is gone ami his eyesight is so of the liquor question his face , have been with the Beveral re publicans voting tnat any agitation one with City Engineer , impaired he cannot distinguish Are headquarters for were Payne at this time is inoppoi tune. The niinor-- friend from another. He writes "the indicted by the grand jury for obtaining against it. The absente "N''1 and' 'Y !"" wiu,Um1 aU 8aloo"H money from the city by false pretenses Gibson, Eustis, Call McPherson pains from tho wound and from constant X,imQ, dfco. public nuisances to be suppressed or neuralgia in my head have rendered my false swearing in reference to the Dolph. and abated by prosecution 11: the name of life almost unendurable. The sole hope eranite swindle. Their suits of 5100,000 Aktek putting on a show of virtue Plows! Plows! Plows' Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel State or upon complaint of any citieach for damages against the paper seem and swearing that it would ue'erconsent, the that is left me is that death may soon rezen. bluff, but FMitor Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow i.s equal to tlio-,e- ; lieve me of my suffering." to have been a huge the con. con. consented to accept Louisno The conference report on the Tariff Finloy stuck to his text and the chances ville's invitation to attend tho celebia-tioThe teirihle railroad accident at bill was passed by tho Senate Tuesday Zuiesville, O., was caused by the young plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Kveiy plow warranted to are that tho population of tho penitenand bo her guests. The body ac- by a vote of 150 to 27. Three Western tiary will be incieased by twoor three. telegraph operator becoming absorbed in do tfood work, or no sale A sk your neighbor. cordingly h ft Frankfort yesterday in a republicans, Messrs. Plumb, of Kansas; special train to enjoy its first junket. As Paddock, of Nebraska, and Pittigrew, of a novel and forgetting to tin tho signal It was easy enough for the "Little a ''wild train." One of the doing next to nothing at Frank- South Dakota, refused to support the to lied Hog" to be nominated .'or Congreps it was killed was Henry WiUou, fireman, and afis outrageous measure and cast their votes in this district, where it is hard to find fort, it hoped the little recreation when to his father, dnving his engine I uonltl rrkneitfully infirm mv olil 'riimU ami republican fool enough to run against forded it in Louisville may prove bene- against it. a .it work .it Hi) proftb long miles away, came a dispatch that uitoiti'!''. thnt tut ficial. 'I he I.iiiioIn NtHiiuil ILnk nl k n ami wniilil li lcii'l t riceivt' m werk in The contested election cases at the our own Gov. MeCreury, but when it !uulwt, Ky .u ng , it. atT.Iri his boy had been killed, he, in his ago- tlic wu if All nfltehol,!,. . cfauiat .iK4iil comes to getting such an honor in the S. A. Whitkei.d, of Cincinnati, has present session or tho id louse have cost ny, forgot his duty, and pressing westnl AwocUlion ire hereby I. .r.,..Bt the not ahd C,1M,, 11th, our old friend does not seem to be been appointed to succeed Clarkson as about 51 10,00. That lslo bay, tho coun- ward toward tho scene of tho disaster, Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repairt.aini elation for iiihi ing. shall wo never hear first assistant postmaster general. As try has been put to that much expense in it. By the way, J II OWSI.KY, ran his passenger train at full speed into Al.i rti.iitni2 S "Hilt M.i(.lniie, U n . I Uln i, of his report of this district to the census Clarkson has turned out all the demo- in onler to defraud democratic members another, which was eastward bound lo.T... Nt All were fairly department or did ho make any? Every crats there will be little to employ the of their seats, to w hich they OUj Work Neatly and Prompt.y Dono elected by largo majorities. other supervisor has reported long since. time of the now incumbent. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. Ami Warranted tiy ElEflTIlERFQRD HOTEL. While Fireman Martin Kenih" was I IIOMAS NEWS CONDENSED The public debt increased 54,5S2,OOH Ky. Tho members refused to adopt a resKICIIARHS out on the front of his engine at Brooks IILSIONVIll K, KV. last month and that will continue to be olution forbidding any delegate in the Itoom up kt.ii r, Odil rcllovt' limltl ins, untrance not ilonr tn Frank Heady, a brakeman, was per- to clean his headlight ho lost his balunco P. W. GREEN, - . Proprietor. the story as long as the republicans stay haps fatally crushed by the cars at Leb- and fell, striking on the point of a flag- debate to refer to any other delegate as power. in staff, the sharp point penetrating his the "honorable gentleman" or "distinanon. Peter Nicholson, who killed Police- right side, passing through the stomach guished delegate." They are too vain of Haviru Iwued the abovo hotel.'ieiltltd lias .adjourned and Reed and Conciress ami re have remnvrtl my office to my reiiilence, oppo to be above such weaknesses I will It' fount at all his mob are now powerless for harm. man Beeson at Ixmisville, was let off nnil nut on the other side. He died in a themselves me Female Collrue, whero as the use of these terms suggest. Livtry and SampIeW, auacKd?"4"',,.? HUGH RKIU. times. 94 with 10 years. few hours. Let ub give thanks. A Krentzer Sonata Club, having for In our London letter will be found the of the London its object the carrying out of Tolstoi's preliminary proceedings i.s J W. P. WALTON. JA3IES b. Mccreary. Car-li.-l- e's 510,-000,00- 0, to nominate a canconvention, which didate for Congress in the bloody 11th. Wilson drew the first blood and Kinley was downed all along the line. The committee on credentials did not report till Wednesday night, after a stormy session of many hours. It seated the contesting delegations in both Whitley and Pulaski, giving each the right to cast half of the vote, and seating the delegations from the other contested counties, which weie sent by the conventions eg- ularly called and held. Their report was finally adopted, as was also the repoit of the committee on permanent organization, which named the temporary for the permanent ollicers of the body. Yesterday morning the nominating speeches were made. Wallace Jones nominated Dr. Nell; .1. L. Phelps Col. Adams; Judge Tinsley Mr. Wilson, W. 1!. Ramsey Judge P.oreing and H. I). Hill Judge Tinsley. Trimble was not put in nomination. Finley at first refused to let his name be presented, but it was finally done. ) j The Rush At not a surprise. lie Louisville Store the Fast Week j 1 i linew it would prices brought the are out for another crowd this will and get them cut Wonderful indeed the immense assortment and almost uniuea quantities new ana, tasiiionaote jjrij uoods, uiotning, every Carpets, oc. Jlats, Iran our numerous departments will found, many ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES larger, For the coming Fall and 'inter season Xowlierc better values found than in our establishment. or WJXEIXi 0, " 1 nionai ;, Jouse in Stanford and vicinity that can equal us assortment find the or Bats, fine shoes and price, Jen's !''- &' ttals. (Uldbuttoil $2, shoes at co, worth mul.$; men's cork ladies' goal button shoes 21, 51.50; ladies' heavy lace shoes SI, worth 31.50; ladies' solid fjc, St at J, 5, ladies' - fine, dependable for Jlcn, IT COMES a $2, worth ;-- Children, there isn't a $,) , be-mi- ,r warvnntc(j W'OmotO 10 1-- 2 tiwpriccs tluill . ' L-- 2, at jic. at r ivo'li a; tromb 51 All satisfuct Competitors at 00c. worth $: (llld bois' them. children $,. Children's lace from Innw - Nor-fol- anti-Fin-le- y THE LOUISVILLE j J STORE Malinger. o. Jo-sop- h $10,-00- 0 NOTICE - , vast-nos- MH. THOS. DiSLI.TON OF CHICAGO, v 1 ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK 1 1 a A. R. PENNY. - W I ... . 1 1 " j ,,!-- . - I FALL AND WINTER GOODS. la-- 1 51V5I,-011,50.- !. LsOO-0- 1 A,A,WARRENfS ".!IOIIiX anti-lotter- y Age-Hera- ld post-ollic- e For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing gieen-back- s, HIGGINS U'KINNEY Scow-den- Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, n 11 Hide-trac- k TO THE PUBLIC. I 1111 1 XTotice, t Ca-hi- iioil-iillit- j8-- tl REMOVED! 1 4-- jTjtt x'r "r j I Wanted, to trade brick for n liei'er won many friends, who are glad that he A C SINF J N MBNEFKE. V. F. lins gotten so worthy a brid". for Miss and sell several ho'xs and pirs. ris. Ilelle, is a capital woman in every resKainsey. W. M. Oaticu.n oUuru nis valuable )lacc pect, besides bini! a very attractive and ml. on tliia Ont stock of fall and winter goods i" Stankoiid, Ky., - Ocrom:it 3, 1890 in b'otneraet for s.ik lovable one. We hope and believe that now complete. Come and see us. Sev The best sductetl stock and lowest j.rccs in Central Kentucky. the union will prove a happy one and erance A; Son. trust that they may live and love to a ripe Miis'n black corkMrcxv miUi (only) for B.cwAUTON, duh, SASH, I.U3IRKK. Sli.oO at Cash I.nrirnin Store. Joe S. old age. Call and examine my SO, I.AT1I, chinchilla overcoat, men's. Joe S. Jones, Gen. Booth, of the Salvation Army, Jones. MEANS BUSINESS. SIIINGI.KS, BI.INDS. opposite the Portmau House. decided to form a great matrimonial has It fa Buttling time and I want what . mean yon. He is shocked at the number Hn your nccountH. aiieney. Verandah and Stairwork at c.t pi ice you owe me. Take thtatoyonrsolf. Thanks. The Intuimoii Joi'rnai. is of spinsters who would make good wives H. l'enny. one of the best edited country newspa- and he is detet mined to Watch us nml jewelry repaired and II. Mcltoberts. underta te on a WOVEN WIRE & FENCE. warranted. A. It. Penny. Foil the best u'oods for the least money, pers in Kentucky. Clarksville, Tenn., large fccale the introduction to each oth' Tiik best place to buy ilnie, patent Provretc er in an honest way of men ami women medicineH and toilet articles Ih at A. It. lo to the Cash linik'uiti S'ore, opposite t.irry a full stxk of every thm fo'ind in a Portmnu House. Joe S. Jones. e, II a ttnv, on of M r. John (J. Hatmey, who desire to marry. We will now hear lennv bookH, :vyor pchool puhool ink, UiblvtR. Xbw stock of ladies', Misses' and chil fell from a shed Tuesday nnd broke his of myriads of old maids joining the ar- of nil pencils cape Iroin A and Penny. Bupjdiea Pr. PeyIt. tinlH dren's shoes from Stribley and other right arm just nbovu the wrist. ICxatnine our desip uid speiifn ations before lcttin; your contract l atton reinlerel the nocesenry The last spike in the Iticlunond, mimufiirturerp. Svornnco sfc Son. for builclinij MNK cc MKXHFKK, Stanford, Ky. tention. Xicholasville and Irvine railroad was PERSONAL POINTS. bnt-toOnk itt'NmiBD imira of ladies' kid driven at Versailles Monday evening. Mm. s. P srii.i. is Uito sick. Wr desire to inform the piiulta that ell shoes! per .r, worth our meat store will always be supplied Mn. JmiN M. Kbinis vmitinu i" Merti.SH. Joe S. Joiiw, oposito Portmnn NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. with all kinds of fresh meats and fresh cer I'ounty. lions'. a ttali in their beason. Highest cash prior Kkhik lt'M UR8TBII is bark from RBNT. FOR SALS M. F. Klkin A Co. Yom taxi iiiiih iw pil diuiiiK tbc paid forbi.U-8- . City t remain. are 0 (iAiNHuand IS. C dailies will month of (Mutter. H. Y. rnle3 thay amiioi' in uS Yorsco (ioo4.ii, who was bo seriously iiol'm: cimain 4 i.nin v.ivr latti tc1 lou jvprcoiiU will Im aided on Nov. I. T. I). go to Mm ion to buy runles. rlK k h There are a'xinl ' n.re in lot. JV shot by the constable's pose, is eeltinu i)iirn anil cn'i ioo'J order t.. Mh. ami Mrs. J. S. HotKiER mid Mrs. Xmvlnml, SmMid. J well. You can't kill some people, no HM.(s s. J. Kutbry went to Ixjuisvillo yeitur Til it fashionable iMrber, Jeew Thomp matter w hat you do. Let us hope that day. Fruit Trees For Silo 3hoap. ifrv. II. C. .Mumikui, of the Kentucky son, ie prepaiint: to move hU shop to the this one has been spared for gome pood Common iul Hotel building so as to have pttrMKU. I have a ni e lit of Apple Tree, (.rape MitlioliHt, is vs ttli old fnuiidd her, who Kijherry Flam, my o r ii"in;, for v.ile a Mainstieet front. ate iiimhtly clnd to sue Itiin tinin. Tmk examiniuv trial of Tom Carter for Apple 'I Irec. j enn eatli and other in proper and tion, ai wiah to .loe out the buin for Mirt IIkttih Mi Fai.i. loft Monday foi Yof ran buy l'l pounds of cmnnlatrd throwing the club that broke Alex I I. MMI'WIM, K (i im stanlnnl, a protracted visit to relatives and fHeiidn in tear for $1 and Arbuckle'a oolleo 23 et. skull, was had yesterday and reCnntorla curra Collo, Oonsllpatlon, "Cmtorla Is so well adapted tochildrrntliat at onisxillf, VersuilloH and Lexington. prKind at the Cach liarain Store, Dlarrlin-aHour sulted in his being held in SHOO bail, I rccommt-tu- l itassuporiurtoncyprescririUon KUN XX'onru, gles nud promotes dlW 11. M xson, of Ijiiicnsler, passed Poitman Homo. Joe S. Jones. H A Arciiek, M I)., which he failed to give. known to mo ' Walker is reppstion, XVlllii out Injurious medication. tdrniiuli Wmlm!,? to IMiisville to rep Ill So. Oxford St , lirootlyn, N. Y. covering. Margaret A I'orlman, l'lrf,) Tin: I.. A . will sell UckeU to Knox-villirilrr uf I'ul li.ation. nteiit Inn linlrje in l lie Manonic pitliVr-mTub Centacr Coupisy, T7 Murray Street, N. Y Whk.v .Mrs. W. M. McAfee passed J and 7, irood for 10 days, on Oct. J'l I.. IV.itin.in, Deft I he petitioner having thiv day file.1 her petition Mi: mi Mm. S. H. Mybm and family, iHTOnntof the iftinion there of I lie llliie ovor the Missouri Pacific she was forced the.l-rloffi' r of lhi ourt, akin that mid round-trip- , to walk around a wreck iu the dmnch in W II Higsiiia, W. It. Mcrtobertti ami 1U,,I (irH.v "tone fare for the Xlarart A i'ortmnn lie empowered to ue, ennd cenvejr lor her own henrrit any joy, ! tug mm, lroui wiiicii sue contracted a property he may own or M.uk IiutliiMu went to l.otilvillo yea auiuire. free Iron the Thoik Hihing suits wouhl do well to cold, hi-bai iuimirel her health. debt, or claim if her huanane, to make contract. ti mil nnd rxmiuii.) my stock now, as it is Ilei ioi- - i'il iioiiK'lit suit for $5,000 ue and be nuiil a ;n(!e woman, trade in her own nam and diiocol her prep rty by will or Mr 1'. L Simpik)! ami Miss Lnry eouiplelo in every particular, "d nhMint touipny and Win. Jarrett deed.t now ordtMVd that tMa notice ot aaid action SiiuiB)n huve movml to town And occuIt mine of the finest soodsever and Judge Huckiier, Missouri lawyers, he published for ten ilay in the Interior Journal, py n (Kiition of the houM of Iter. T. J. a newapapcr pnhlihcd in Stanford, Ky. in Stanford. II. C. Hnpley. are here taking depositions. (I'hllK'V. Given under my hanU thl Oct i, 1890. JAS P 1IAILEV, has h plant Misa Bkhik itKo. I), lioeem, U'othipful Master, I imo'n Ciicnit Court Ci-rTiik grand jury will be calied upon to '1 repieieiitoil Un coin 1xlge, No. (K), A. onliuarially known as elephant oars, investicale the chants made by Mart V M. hi the tirand Ixxlge in which has a leaf iiieariiiitiu V2xM iuches. Smith in his testimony that a Imnd of f any other lady ran bent it she can men had organised to 10b the Stanford .1 U. itavANT. the drutrsiH ud her nme to this oince nnd soctuo banks, and one of them had attempted In nrder to !ot o ir prrent p irtnerhip. wt Mill ll .it t tre rwide-icof ii' lii i irtiin and a furmer Uncoln county bov, has the prit. to force him into the plot at the point of Jj j .n, 'mil- - wi t of Mt. Sterling, un h ld half of hi storo to Dr. Crouch, of C., xxhii'b is M tuila tho a pistol. The jury will please make a Tiir Ilenrv county. We want to know who Woanssday, Octc'oar 22d, 1390, baa Ave note of this. U. J. It. Owuxsand Calwll came up shortest route to Cincinnati and will sell this hand is that they may he dealt with k t wit 'I f 'Niwjng fafet express trains each way, fioin Harrinlabnrg W'eliiaa4y to brinx according to law. IK. troml till 20, on ac40 Jennets, 12 Jacks, 20 head of home Mr America ilovt, who baa bfu tickets till Oct. count of the Ijrtloniu nics, at 2 csnts a Horses, A L. M. 1js-leiUii) iIm'iii. III from mile, or sd.?) for the round-tris writi-- to us from lxuisville: "The fact Mivi Mattik Qox,of(ireDsbnrgCamo Imlii'liii! No i llrool Mare' anil .tr.il cxtri Miilli-n ami lxInRtou. as related by letter as to the killing of Citat auen)0 in,; o i ipp'i'.'ll' II. (ellin,; up Tiifiiday nnd aMnt tha nicbt with ei SlASON 4 HENRY, T. Ijtbley make it a ense of malicious yesterday both Mm 1'okieT. Cotirtf, and Taken to Lkxim.ton. Marshal John J. Mt. Striluu', K. murder. He bad walked up town after m nt to Uiuisville. Nswlaud S.uilh Eiiibry. a On the lollowinp tav, M,f-lib H. ll.t ki.ky line gone to blacksmith, on n charveof obtaining supper and btepputi into a store wheie Octotor 23d, 1590, H.irr !!mrg to vieit Mi Neva Williams Koodfl iindei false pretenses fiom a man (Jsruer xvas. (iarnei turneil to him un- Thursday, Clayton Howell will sell and .ittend the marriage of ker ttlata-i- i named Harris, at Lexington, Wednes- provoked and made a very insulting ree mark to him, to which Tom replied that nteand friend, Mi Alice hta:g. day, and turned him over to Chief of 25 head of Jennets and 35 or 40 Mk sn Miw. UapwiK H. ltart-- and Iturke, xxlio took him over there for he would have no difficulty with him, head of Horses nor be bulldoxed by him, and Howard went up to Middlseboro yester-,.- trial. 'II arwii4 kitiit silr to tike pine in Mt Sterout of the htoro and started down the and Mr. John M. Inpu), who ha ling dialog ne etit on ajvli itiuii. d Instxxii of follow nig the old custom of street, darner followed him anil shot ' (.mi to l.anrsMer, returnwl to his iich issuing invitations to the "opening," I, him from behind without xxarning, then I nine. Frishot hiin three times after he had fallen. Mn.s W. 1'xhkii and family, of Mt the Main Street Milliner, will make day and tMiturdav, lOaud 11, special days Tom was unarmed. a My Dilirjl !c Property, He dead xvhen Vernon, have moved to Stanford and takforshoxviug new bhapas which will arrive the first friend got to him." Mr. J. W. en the hone next to .Mrs. Fannie Catron's Place, Somerset, Ky., during the season. I cordially invite the Lisley also sends us a similar (ueeii. We are glad to have these w statement public to call and examine my stock. to the above. 'o tentini; at i per month Fur pncc.de cellent ieople lwMne ciliwns. trripliiiri ami t'tni. write ur (.all n me at Somir X.V.M. SI. CATRON 4t and Julia iligiiiitf, Mrs. Katie Klkin. K. Mimm Lrrria llutM A P.XIU.OK Skt divKN A ay. Our W. It. Cirson. CapU 1J.T. Hoebw Jinl'e Dkaii. Mr. Nuiiiiel Murrell, xxhftse enterprising friend, M. Salinger, of the ter, Iv, C. Walton, C U. Carson and li. application for a pension as a soldier o l.oiiihville Store, always anxious to favor Watch Inspector L. & N. R. R., dealer in I.. Penny were Wednesdax 'd contribu-tio) mc to my the war of 1M2 xas recently hi health, I hae form his patroiiN, has inaugurated a iiUir, to the Ixmisville celebration. acted iiK)ti and xxho was paid 51,171 in to give one of them a handsome plush ed partnership with my mother, John L Cu to under the firm name il M. F. t !kin who arrears, did not live lonu to enjoy it. He .1. W.Tishm.k, of Crab Orchard, take elfei.t Ol ist. l'ct'ons knowing themcle-AKD irnrlor set fiee. For every dollar's xvorth uulrhtetl to ine will please ill at ome and settle xx ill be s according to the of goods, years old the 1th of Novem- died lust week, aged person inn neeo my am unable he nixes a ticket, keeping a mnnev hadlj to '1ee jmi inyon furuiir liteml pa hatikmu' ber next, has appeared at louisvillo and newspapers which published an account nuiiib'T to correspond. These numbers tron.ii; in the pis, isk , onlinualKe ct same to Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. . I atonia good health and of it, but 102, as Mr. Cam Hays status. He Kopv.tlull, ward the wiv in his usual will be placi.Nl in a box during Christmas M K El. KIN (n He was a race ridor in tint days xvas related to many of the prominent week iriiK "YTivU'to n int ami a draxving held iu the presence CJ x hen den. Andrew lackion raced hors families of this section. of prominent citizens, when the beauti3STotiC3. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for ;;oods. (Stanford, Ky.) ih - Craddrn-k- . will be given to the one xvbo A TKAi.v of L'O freigtit rare and a coach ful Mu. xsi Mnv II. S WiTiiEKa, Mrs Soinerurt liave rented th l'rtt-- Strauhhop IioMh the number draw n. Ijist Christ- Irett. Stanford, and am Host prepaied tn do all imsecd hcie Tuesday from Middlosboro, ii la Hayden, Mrs. T. W. Miller, Mis. mas Mr. Saliuucr gave away a fine organ kinda of HI ACKSXII I II1N; I have had n S. Lytle mid Misses laden with coal, timber, stone, hard r in lmro shotuiK and general A 5IIG LI1SK OF W d. Welch, Mrs. It. twii' in the same way and everybody was ihopwork and am lullv piep.ir.il to do at y kind ot I oxie IViiniiiKton, Maireie and Mattie woods and the numerous other mineral plea-ed with the fairness of the scheme. wora given me Shoeirtc r.u t horsen ana trotters tpKMlty. (five me a trial (inhlex, Annie Alcorn, Canie and llessie and vaiied resourcee with which that As he sells goods 0 JOHN MITC1II.I I.. at very loxv pi ices, you section abounds. It will be taken to t itrei-1St.ii ford Stranb shop, I xtle and Nettie and and d'eorgie Wray xvill save money and perhaps get a par Ixiuisville and Knoxville for exhibition xxi nt to Louisville on Tuesday's train lo by do.tliiiL' with him. and returned to Middlesboro October 17, lor I. M. HRUCE, attend the celebration. Alao inspected by the steel andiron nutii Maul of to be Miss Foxik I'knnini.tov, MATRIMONIAL "MATTERS. of 15iigland, France and dennanv, xvbo Livsav. sals stasls. II jnor to the tiuoen o( the Satellites, Laip.sb ,d Line visiting there, after which Joseph Coiininey nnd Miss Anino of by Miss Annie Alcorn and a ill then be STANKOIM). KV. it will make the tour of the principal ci- Hello Kdwards, a sweet sixteenor, xveie r- -i TtfH !v Mr. 15 ('. Walton, did great wards' on the :50th. manied at (i. W. night. ties. i edit to Stanford at the ball last COMMMtCIAI. M'hCl It has been debeloped here that traveler! XI. A'l H.NIION to 'xxiht an sold ifi ni;i fur go d Connirv I'r due ta' en Kept in stn k llor-- e aid mnlr;. We xenture the assertion that there TiiKituaru six suits for divorce already none of our preachers will marry pernr.l in liicrv. Onlvhrst cla horetP'l lovely picfcPiit than our tiled lor the coming circuit court. Three xvere none more sons divorced for any but the Hib'e bright little representative. of Ilium are by negro couples ami the cause. otheis are by xvldtes. Mrs. Mary Page It is reported that K. 1$. Hayes, AND VICINITY. CITY Jones asks to h.ix-- her marriage bonds the Ohio poultry man and far n known a 'e oiler for sale privately is mile from Huston the C)e.rj!i- Anders pl.ii.i-lw hue of uliisiwaie ami chamber annulled because her husband, II. S. sliortlv to marry a Virginin widow, ville, on the I. thirty pike, lOntainiii 41 ai.t'. Jones, cruelly beats and otherwise (chkI dwelliHR uf t ' ' and well watsrtd Cad sets at Mark Hardin's. whom he met at White .Sulphur last on or address us it Must lnviile, Ky her; J. It. Cain charges his wife, John Ki.f.is, I'mk Fall lelebr.itors at Louisville had Cordelia, with lewd, lascivious and MARY KI.I.IS 53 If The marriage of Miss Mamie Johna ch inning day for it yesterday. conduct and wants a Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, 0il3 and Window Glass.Wall ston, daughter of Col. J. Stoddard JohnPUBLIC SALE Mrs. Mary J. Williams asks to be Apply while lloAiintM. for txvo gentlemen. Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, ston, with Mr. Win. Wisdom, of New Or" divorced from Weeden Williams because leans, xvill occur at the home ot the this ollice or lo Mrs A. K. l'hillips. at Jewelry and Silverware. he has abandoned her. Mrs. Williams bride, in Louisville, Wednesday, Oct. h. in now has once or twice before tiguied as plain- Laiui-- s' and Miases nossameis The mairiageof Prof. Augustus K. Owin,5 to liiiIiiiihV lal heilili, whi. h pitkcnm styles and good quality Severance A: till' in divorce suits. i In. Williams and Miss Alice 11. Staii was me from Ittend iu- t l k, 9 Son. Tho Best Railroad Tiik Cains elected to be tried singly celebrated at Hfirrodsburg Wednesday. FRIDAY, OSTOBaiS 17, 1S30, Nkw line of Zoiglur hhoes jiint received and Pete xvas the first to undergo inves- The bride xvas a pupil of the professor T3 3 O mile mith of nt S. H. Shanks'. Call and examine tigation for robbing and burning Jim nt Daughters' College and graduated iu At my i.ideni.- tlu.ibnut otu hurk t.niipikt', L,in C Hjiiiil' Ml Kinney, on tin in. to the solii county, Ky,ll it jjiihltait' Caitei's store. Mrs. Datigheity, niothei-in-la- 1SSS. army Stink, Crop inn C buidi r. all aud n Mr. Thomas Daltnn and Miss Hello lushest Utillall. ' iiitni! ol of Mr. Cartel, swore that she saw Wanteii. o.OtM) iloen cgen at Yl o f lloraes, anion.; ihem a beven the Cash Bargain Store, opposite Port- Cain driving towards the store after sup" Carpenter xvere married at the latter's KelduiK, very last in dimes, and one jtrnd family o S3. i.f mnn House. per the night of the burning and heard residence on Lancaster street, Wednes- lutnti- - liotse, j Jerev Co, all H' them good t i Jerie) Hull; ollu o liv, W. V. Sheppard, of inilKcr., txcllciit work Laltlc; 100, bar. els and Corn WJ day evening, v of yokr of Vnr Rhonl.l not full to M'l Olir 111'W him return afterwards. It xvas alsoshow n i llujx l the I5piscop.il church, otliciatiug. Four in the held, llarnrn.. and llairKs-- i new efbeen in his i Sprmc and Pule and line of dress goods and trimmings. Sev-- that hobad a. cCluvcr liny Double llanuss; a -jforts to appear innocent anil numerous little ones, Maud Mueller, Xlnsi Carpen- and llousuuld audlot of Iumi I urwiture in V O A. Son. Kn. auce o 3 AImi the Kami of aUiut 47 Acres ol Land, on sundry incidents went to connect ter and Tevis and James Carpenter and c n lime to people him with the crime. On the other hand stood up with the pair and the ceremo- v. huh live This m it very desirable tract of I xv i.i. deliver n laud and uin aoid state ol .ultivntion. Thu itrxl tomfoiiublu dwellol Stanfoid nnd vicinity at 7.V a barrel. he testified that he was at home on the ny xvas a very pietty one. After the in ii ing of s rooms, atsodinili; rsim, uuimer ami in a. o Fred Kreuger, Ciab Orchard. large and night of the fire ami that he spent the knot was tied and congratulations ex- ter klUlieii, r.mk'- ind In hoi.. O i t stull arranged hum aii.l all other necessary imvi for a calf. Judge Varuon tended, the guests, which included only provement. U O Oct. L'O is as soon as you can kill quail, day hunting 5 v.,11 emld on a etcslit I eruis The p. o ho had cleared the suspi- a few intimate friends ami relatives, rt and several other kinds of didn't think ti 3 dining room, where until January I, ivy., lor all Minis ever 5io, the v tfl cions attaching to him and held him in xvere escorted to the purchaser giving nutuswth aiipiuved csuntv. nebirds, except at a cost of $15 for each. in the National Hank of in fifteen minutes. elegant supper xvas discussed and gotiable and pwaMr sum, cash must be paid. Watches completely demagnetized $')0bond, which xvas given by his attor- an tinder that exThe farm will lie sold fm one tlird cnvh; the J S- WEI.LS.Ph. a. PreBC Oik. B. H. DANKS, Jeweler, with the 1st of Oct. our ac- neys, Hill & Alcorn, xvhom ho indemni- heartily enjoyed. Tho groom is tho Ueoinxino balance in 6 ami J months. iual installment, xv. 1. l. N. fied. The trial of Jim nnd Tom Cnin cellent jeweler nt A. R. Pejiny's and to bear 6 por cent rein date. counts will bo due at the end of each Possession slvenas soon as terms of sale ire sinco coming among us has, by bis gen- complied with. F SHAItPB. month. This rule will bo strictly adher-to- . xvas then on motion of their attorneys Main Street, Opp. Co SIANFOKD, Ky II T. Hush, Auctioneer tlemanly bearing and becoming conduct, Saturday. postponed till M. F. Klkin & Co. Canaky limns for sale. George Far fm 3 Stanford Lumber Yard, IKOK5, Mnnnger all-wo- FLOORING, CEILING, SII2NG, SLAT 1 Manufacturers of FIRST CXiiLSS LITHBEH YARD. sun-icu- n, Kim-un- 03 stnhjku jr . 111 1 lf I I iri wi III 'J h Infants Children. Siiiiii.-kIi, . Lrm-tation- Vint-aii- 'l 1.1 11 Wal-ker- S I , Lincoln Circuit Court. , - i: ?, 1 ' n-l- b i-- .o ban-die- d CLOTHING. Our ltitAi I Public Sale of Stock. XX' , 4 i. ! Stock is About Complete FaSI & v p col-ore- d m Winter Weights c3 l'o-lic- fii-t- SUITS, OVERCOATS and PASTTS. STAGG & McROBERTS. FOB SiSxXE. ktin-ui , 3STEW n FIRM. I ROBERT FENZEL, pcnnll y X . 1 ', ilftTGHES, llOGKS SEWELHY. 1 . I fir-n- H 1 .1 1 ' exM-rie- r.-- Somi-rse- , CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS Just Koccived. si-- t SaaMataaaMBranaaaaMawasBaaaaXSaaaSBBBar m :; the Designs. of Parlor Lumps Glassware, Qnecnsicure and Tinware 111 1 FARM FOR SALS, , mark: hahdin. c mis-tieat- s ben-so- n. DRUGS and JEWELRY H AMPJRlir. :r 'WAWM Watch. '7'2& ss$! ' ''. un-cha- se Land and Personalty. -- I - i !! w harm-illk- cts-n- t lu-a- ic.ln-ail.i- llin.k-boan- ei ox'er-y.ealou- s tin-bar- '&rk m 'fix I first-clas- s I inipio.L-uiint- s 11 v. - 11 . 1 I wwmmv m 1 111 I 1 b MoROBIIlrrSf 6i-t- 'Li JfestiJfe) -- Ttj llftXC' -- Ultx . ii- - ie"Ticw- - ' ,Wn .jTj - - L?-- -- ' - fi .( - T' Tt1 V '"- - . t - v -- JS ,. C TT W M f L4 Semi-Weekly Interior Journal -FAT 5.1-- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. 1." LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. 1) peni-trees in Orange, Cnl., V w I""!?8? o( havinf re;l,nion ",,,,t ?'US Pounds were picked. 5 ' w l "nvt " on the mi. oi uetoner . K. Denny hits botittht this week S xJClt .and continue two days. I run requested will be charredCOltS at J 50 to $70, .Ji mule rot so paid $2.50 . l,,if.1 rtl k.i. it.Mitin.it v '"'" -I- .. B. Prvor sold to E. P. Woods of vugements to notify those at C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "" . horse and S innro mule colts for distance who contemplate attending -- nit. .. va. s., . f i ....,!.. v. ,.! 4K of tho.nl11 Train leaves Itowland at 7.00 .1. m., returning that there are no preparations being p. m at j 30 marcs. McKoberts & Prieoe, Shelby inmle to enteituin a lare collection; that Citv. LOCAL TIME CARD. L.&N. r. Pn!li..r Bnl.l n Pol. n,,ior. ine nine tuioweti is too snort; aim mat Tho Flnoet on Earth. Twenty railu tue S'icrleit " ....It 5 K lirtbltf to l The Mail tf am going North ,won,d ,ho the onlyCincinnati. Hamilti.it A Dayton It SjUi it 16pm wood two man; mule colts at 5(12.50 and Jl,e lralls ' South line running Pullman's Perfected ...11 59pm immhwi!s wiinom an orpniiiwuon ior Vettibuled 1'r.nn., with Ch.ur, - Parlor. Sleeping Express train " South .Tnlm Mrnt.v r, .il.i nt S18.:l. ...317am North Ctndnaati, In dnd Dining Car servlre betwie Jo am & Co , the purpose over the county. That as utiapoim md Clucau and is lht only line run H. ttaines sold to Pickett Local Freight North Makinf; diiitt c .nntit n Centra! I'n nn de 53p m noutn M,t for saddle horse for happy as the people of Liberty would be ning lhtouh Kcclining Chair Lars bttMtun of 'Jhelby, n 3 year-olKeonuk dnd Springfield, III. andSltepn trains alto carry passengers, 'lhf litter St MkMj hi Peintv, nms, Chicago, to tekeenre of and entertain the veterans, Cir Oticiur.au to Mackinaw, and the The above ii calculated on standard time. Solar $.175, a profit of Sl"o iu three weeks. t llnlfilu, i'ltroil, 81Ilt' tlie t ncllanaf. Ii and the West, jo minute fatter Hotel accommoua- Only Direct Lino time is about S rire ttie UnrtrwKrM bouirht from Ed and C oia.la, New fiurlatid, Lima, Tllo, DeBetween Cincinnati, l)ton ill in loif iiitit; I Isaac Shelby, of Kayette, 200 cattle at 4J tioiw arc insulllcientand private families troit, the Laxc Regions and Canada. rtiiner.t Kc1 he road is onv of the oldent in the St'te ot pon Aii have not sutlicient room. If I under C. for export to England. Paris News In line enienn; Cincinnati Ohio and the on ocr j) IUHidh re Weshiucton. Phi ad(!id,ia, Miles record can Thomas C. Ball has bought of W. M. stood the committee right, they do not moro of douMe track, and frumits pastcomfort and ntr of Democraticofparty. 1,. Candidal w(r Awi.l of the the ket time Hrr .dSnfg, Frankinrt, than wssure its patrons speed, wish to nullify the action of the old solRILKV HOUSE, I,' Richmond, IRi.lMA Sh'rt-- i anKv inbje! the interest in tho old Hall's heirs their safetr (Juiike.i line to meeting, but simply to let people Ticket, on sale everywhere, and see that the F. D RILEY, Propriotor. home place, equal to 46i acies of land, diers' C , II .V I) . either in or out if Cincinnati, Dr. A. S. at a distance know the prospects and rad Indianapolis or Toledo. for "..115 cash in hand. E. O McCORMlCK. London, - - - Kentucky. being taken core of propSfRGEoy DENTIST. The Cincinnati cattle market is quiet risks to run in General Passenger and Ticket Agent. have moved t' ray new Mntel and am better Tho writer knows from experience S.did 1 rain, . H. .Mcrcoreris .vnif Office on Mam trrrt, over at :?4' to 41 for Iwst shipporf; feetlers 3 to erly. IT. ,,d pt.fid tr.iu ever t" ac.omtuoit.iie the public. cnuhes. 1'i.lliivrhaggatt ir car, smoking. ir.with Mcepeis thr u.h Dm,: store, Si.infrnl. Bucklen's Arnica Salve v.oi' i.iv err attac leal and every convenience uV nut ihanee via h.itin oca, Itirminchai- , Mtri.l 3 to 4J; sheep aro that the people of Liberty, are a liberal :?; hogs are weak at r Knci lan maWing d mt oi.ne, iionv rn lOuir one in such mutters, but common snse The hest alse in the world for cuts, brumee. tired live r a c ill. IRANK HI LEY. firm at 2J to ."; lambs 3 to 6. n ville, Athevilie, Lrnilihurn ami points thr salt rheum, should touch those who have not proper- teres, ul rr,chilblains, corn, sores,alltetter, chapped hand., skit. ruj and stallion Alcy-oTho Wilkes R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. ly considered the subject, with her Urn- - tiont aad positiM'h ci.re files, or no pay trqmr owned by Dr. John Wilbur, of Palcd. It i guaranteed to pv periect satisfaction , GRO'CERY. ited hou.-- e room it would be iniossible ar money refunded Price 15 cents per bos, DENTIST. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, CnlumLus, mer, Mass., and valued at $10,000, was i,n,nf-loAnd HO!Ul; 1IOUSK Snr. Cor sale by A R. Penny. Stanford. K). Cnariel., Augusta, Macon SKini n, to comply with impossibilities. strrtt, opjit m Office on Mam H"f. burned in a Imrn near Iowa City, la. Rriawick, Like Cit, Thontatville a.id I I.i t e Om given fot painless a ImI' nr of upstair. rounding papeis will plea-- o copy sub.r en jn 11. fwsnis. Sales of a lot of 1,500 pound cattle at Merit Wins. snd Ihe ti.iest Cicrsr"d Tvb.i..o Rem cm Th only line running . !i,l ti uns v.n cxtractinff.TAXKoRp a of the above I have Wf desire t say to our ituens tht for year we bee Ihit I eli only I n ch 'r pr diue Pullrtan Houdoir rr P..lai si pounds at stance of 1.2o0 .r.tf C"r to I. 41; 50 hare been .illuisf Dr Kuitr's New Disc very lor t Restaurant in cuiine lui Am ao prepaied to sonville without iiinkr lor 411) ilasscl i.rr keep hoarder - Se very Olve of d rate 31 an a hoc at 3J "The Chicago Columbus Tower," Coasumpiioti. Dr Km;'-Kiev Life I'llls Buck-!- ' mt call and be atonv mi edrtJiraiiHf do you right. gersor Hitlers, and have n at wi'l DR. W. B. Selnia ant' lontgoincrs, liuutri!le, tt si r. reported in the Winchester Dem- which U to be erected in lvt.J. will be never Arnica Salie and 1b.1ttrie to 4, are well or the sell 31 in J W CAKKIrK. Rowland handled We do r Shortest and qui. kost to Aanisloct Srhna, hare f wen such uiueral satilactln. JEczvtisl. ocrat. 1,500 feet high by 4S0 feet at the base, not hesitate tn guarantee them every lira and we bile Uu.ct tonneiiKnis made at .vl.H iR C. A. BENEDICT & DO., LEANS witl.out ctnni'.n. transfer for t. v.. r t a In the Fowler Bros, gioat pnekins const runted of steel and iron nud sup- tm,i rea.lv to refund the piircbate tine if satis Office Smfi side Mam trcot, in office recently factory do not, follow their use. These house at Chicago, which burned Sunday, plied by 10 great arched legs. It will remediesresult won their great popularity purel) Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Houston, Austin, vacated by.Dr. h V HutTman. Stanfotd.--- ' hjse A. R Petinj, Druggist on their merits over 7,000 hops were roasted to death require over 7.000 tons of steel and (1,000 TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. "- - F ATWOOD JTXLUKX TAN FOR I). KV ot cured and pickled tons of iron. Its estimated cost is $2,000-000- . and'erent quantities Ihe rn'v thrown ic fc.ni u ,' ,, Happy Hooalonj ATWOOO, Mm Wells drilled Li,m.illnJiir.icui'tiii. AIJUEN meats consumed. In the centre will be a large dome Wm. Timmons. postma.tcr of ldasille, Indnna, factory pnem. to or ler and Pur. pt turtusbed ti wiilv..ii nniu m trahtlcr t. r D4I .in I ti V r 10 Electric Bitters baa done writes ... Austin ,n Antonia, I'l Paso anj nint.ni What is meant by a susar mule is a 200 feet wide nud 200 feet high. This is than all othci medicines combined, more for me for that ESTATE EGESTS. finr.e1.iM unb-ok- e RSEL old. It is said calculated for concert and theatrical pur- feeline arl.inc from kidney and liver trout. TWAS, ARIZ0KA.MEXI00.CALIF0RNIA. plastockman, mule se'l poses and will have a seating capacity of says "Kind farmer andlittler to be of same kid-e, WEI-Xthat an untrained the heat Electric J o hnson City, Tonn. I'or thruugh rate correct county nsi-- tuil Iu,, . nc -. morp readily and to much creator advan 25,000 people. Eighteen elevators with ncy auu liver aiea.i.iae, sum . merchant, same lormatK c.li on A.riil 11 Juruu n ( nr Kv Gardner, hardware J, nian J AS. G GIYENS W.M.AVKES e,l prepared 10 ' re c,ls and will d the Or addre. UlANk V Wn;)IM. tage than otherwise. n.says "tleclnc Hitlers is just the thini; for a capacity of 50 each will make 12 trip3 Tiav Pat At . I.esiii.'toi ksu itomi!v wiio is wuik in a t;ooU m down and am I cre wheth C C liARvm E. P. Woods received a number of an hour. Only two elevators will run a ermilives or all run he found new strength, good It 1; I htiAHD'v he dies; At One Dollar a Foot. ice I' A I A rrsioent new had felt fine mule colts from Garrard partie distance of 1.250 feet. At the apex will aopettte and sc a just likeat heA. R aPenny leaae on Cm. tl drug Ca'.l on or dJrit. me .1 tit. l Kentuikv. life Only Attorneys at Law, . I hMiril Wednesday. James Little brou.ht him be a great globe of 33 feet iu diameter, store . j 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. 4 at $fK Sam Murphy 1 at $7.V, A. Teeters" provided with 10 powerful electric lights, Daughter tat the seaside) "Papa. I'm lE-Cat $i(l which will be observable 50 miles at some price and several others IIShree RuiMinKT. going to marry Algerou, who has waited r to $00. Admission fee will be 25 cents; 50 Dll IONS . ITCH K Mnce we have been KKANK MAKIMON. A Yankee has invented a chicken cents to 400 feet and $1 to top. When on us at the table JAS. G.'CIVKNS. Deaer Ir "Thank Hon veil, my Papn hobbler, consisting of a spring attached completed it will be 500 feet higher than here." child, for that The fortune I hav.' giv-e- Dry Good3, Motions, Hnts, Cnp to alien's leg, which, when the hen at- the Eiffel Tower in Paris and the greathim in tips may still remain in tho Hoots, Svev, l" tl rig ltii..ii g A tempts to scratch, will move heronward, est architectural construction erectd in REAL ESTATE, 1 ir, aie, 1'nru.t tc ul familv. Blts you, bless you. my daughright out. of the history man. and will, in fact, walk her . iti - - Kcntttcl-yConoral Lino of Crocorlos, ter!" J m the garden. LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Tan C' s I c. vC Romance of a Ccm. About 30 years Lady Wilton, the bay Town l.ou, Coil. Iron -- .id Ti.nbr Lands bought A Duty to Youraolf. All kind of Pr .in i toi gnods or sold on (,'ommi.sion, Carrepndi'Uce - Daily, bu tires to Traveleri a common. It is surprising that people will use fillv, by Wilton, 2:10, dam Lemonade, ago Capt. James H. Miller, of the United K V .1 ' solicited t valuable Hat; pill vhe thev can behind Jonuie Iwhone fur the same ii.oney teciireaAcltjr's Englith has been sold by Bowerman Brothers, of States Volunteeis, s.it Dr. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE piUs Lexington, for $10,000. Thi is the larg- James, a pretty miss of IS at a camp liver arc a positive cure for sick headache and a.l troubles They are ana'.;, sweet, enatly taksu meeting. Jennie had hew itchingly long and do not gripe, for sale by A U Penny trot'er attempted between the great c ir,n ercui TEE GQRRERCWL HOTEL est price ever paid for a cities ob ihe Ohio Riser and Chicairn. anil r.tc.f curls which the captain could not refrain ting filly. Her record is 2:05. the fastest lime and riost comfortable tr.iri De vs ct ci n OWENS, Manner, V. ,N;j Ba ve I m J. CftSl't Sloop KlKhttf Iwen. all uinis the South, or t the U rsl ard r a" K.t Jr. ?t The sale of Charles R. Bell waslarge-l- from pulling. From the shocK of that It the complaint of thousands suffering Itoin - Kentucky. a ""'-J- f Harrotlsburg, ma,conumpUon, coughs, etc. IMd you evertiy tr mk lines Is de' Ihe Lsmlts.1 t.jrevi Ro I attended and for a cash sale every- pull his feelings never recovered. The Dr. Acker English Remedy t It la the best pr. , JU Jt imjiLy Tne.uirrl loil.i, .Hi oss f 1 .-- nrs , f mi two became intimately acquainted and aritiiu known for all lunj trouble. SoldPen a t.'.Ven charge et ihis popuUr hjtel thing brought fair prices. The stallion, I h.ie jr A. R s'"'M'f guarantee at ijc and Jo every M stick , ,1 and intend to run it in a t class niatintr in Breechloader, was bought by Dick Logan when the captain was ordered to Vir- positive s ant to save money and have a .c ... i; ti.r respect. It is beintr pnpered and piiiutwl troro A Child Ktllod. top to bottom, the hcdli'i; is being renovated and forS'-'li-i, other horses $(V to $SVt; milk ginia with his regimeut he took away cvcrvtliins douc t make it jleaiint and cowsSIS to $27.50 and hoes $3.15 per the heait and a ring of Jennie's. Since Another child ki'led li the u.e ot optaioa given never be surt-s-e- d The Ublf shall ?ue-- t. hy mothers give in the form of J. U.OWENS. by hi tclsiu r then Jennie, tired of waiting, has mar- their children soothing syrup.pOiwn IS surprivuu cw t. The land was not sold. ,X kh,I.R,li P A. CI uch deadl) .1 the child of us pet hen they can v D. X. Frewitt bought of E. W. Lee ried three times. The captain has also oother lUrvy trouble by u.mj Dr Acker On MONTH IV KICKMCSB 40 fat wethers for$3.(55 and shipped thorn married, but the infatuations of the curls contains no opium or morphine Sold by A Ir TfcVtlN DUHIHn CHAMtit. Isaac Shelby, Jr., has alwavs remained with him, and the oth' Penny. to Cincinnati. SUFTlRlHG'rViarlCMOlQlQ .KHGER Wo Cnn and Do TO WOMAN WtiPffies 3c7t7r MT. VERNON, KY. sold his coming clip from between ,500 or day, when he died he left Jennie $(5,-an- d Mood Klixir, lor it ua Dr Acker per! 000. Jennie was found iu a squalid Guarantee demonstrated s10 the people ot this com. BRAOFIELD REGUIATOR CO. ATLANTA EA. 1C0 head of sheep at 25 cents been fully This old and Hotels still maintain avioariu etiseitr. ry that it is superior to all other preparations fur W, room with a squalling baliy. Mie was blood E. ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe- lQiind straight through, no pick. It is a positive c.re tor syphllm diseases "JII.l!-- (iltAMH KOfTK. It ;.ri cial attention to the traveling public. was broken to poisoning, ulcers, eruptions ana pimplt-Lee bought several hundred export cat overjoyed when the news M. 1'. NEWCOMB, Prop., the wnole svstem and thoroughly builds up tile ThoSliortost nndQulcHoHt Houto from ties fifefiJSSpQjjk- 4 . bet. Advocate. constitution. A. It. Peony Mt. Vernon, Ky, tie at to 4i Contrnl Kentucky to nil point North , The sale of J. V. Shelby wa wel EitBt, Wont and South-Wen- t Frtrtt Physicians A BuokexNeck Mended. la Life Worth Llvlns ? THEattended, but property brought poor Llnubotwoon Luxlnffton ind Clncln-n,lNot if you co through the world a dyspeptic1 ......:.. ti. 1. .1 ...s.i. .t. Dr Acker's DyapepsU Tablets are a positive i ir ' prices. The land was withdrawn nt V 7 forms ot of for the St ur.DfLK IN KFIKCT MAI u, tS,. Co. for the whole place and..$55 for --.the 200 p.tal are highly elated over the fac hro- - ulcncy worstconstipation,dyspepsia, indigestion,"MMaty liiurautced and and .. - 1'ii'ir hnvni'' successfully meudetl a . . A R Penn No J. .Vo. .No acres lncliuiing tlie residence. 1 erju- ; ," OK STANFORD, KV , S ith Pound. Harry Reigel, t.x s,n cattle did not bring much ken neck. The patient, Dail K. Sua 9X!os : urvu sliiil Liver 14 years, fell from an elevator, Is new fully organicd aid teidy for business witli Sec- - aged more than beef prices; a 2 year-olv I 10 a m I 00 p m ' J5 V . I ve C ti.. ninatl An ii .! iter or landing on his head and dislocating his live ini'iini i. in hui a I.v- - l 'Vintoa. ... tlie nrrirs am lofpm i r.,1.1 Tnivfil fsll lirniKrlit C .0 mill i'i ruic Uiiioi.s - $200,000. ,. ... vr...u " Paid up Capital of "' '" i 'i ' Lve I 4.m'iiih. ... nn 4 oJ p rn si a m a t7 ... ni'vi, pnn. 'l ....... ...l.t . .1... A hid i. is - T'i-- r aech.ou.unjo. and Arr I'n ii to a m 10 tj p m J 40 p tc Surplus, . - - u,uvo. h rses low figune; o'd corn in ciib iI0Siai tlie case was considered hope- - two. !' (i ' 'u n"l ' v ci r. rt'iil rnnst r.n I "r ,l " w loJS P in i,u iigion hi Arr '' t ilo- (o.- l.oi.tj. Rrnulles-lirotlglli sTi.i iiuu i.rvv ill uv,iJ .1 mi 11 H 1 in Lve l.ri. M' prr wun exiemung Samples ir.'-uess, Dut by experiments s A It SUCCESSOR to TICK LINCOLN NATIONAL V it chester.. it OS p mi Arr " HANK OK STANFORD, A I'ttrtnusttv 'Woman. Wasted Eloquence. weights attached to the patient's head Arr lli nn d. .... 7 j" p m 4a p m ' . Arr I. inr i.ter SJ P (Now closing up) with the same assets and under Mrs Mi.- - , L Hiker .f Own. M tb . s ra "Matilda," the young man raid, ner and feet the neck was eventually set ami spii 10 u. iu-- U 3 iklu. Si,- - wuh a tin.' same management. i in p m; Arr Stanford t n Ily provision of its chatter, uepositors are as vntfsly, "What I am going to say may kept in place bv means of a plaster of Ii" Vi,i sli rt ve Kit htnund fi:n I.lhI irl ills, av JJ P . fully protected as aiv depositors in National Of !r .Iti ihiIii In 'til.-- I. itfrif tp Arr Iterea J oj p ml Ilanks, it shareho'ders being held Individually surprise you. But my feelings are lead- - Paris jacket. The displaced bonus are I. Tin'.-- . liiluti'os. tc- Ai r luking two l..i' . Arr Livinton ' f ,m liable to the extent ot the amount of their stock Sd.tei Now Hi art Citri, ami the patient has Of Dr lh:t t r to the ing me on. Encouraged by your kind- -! now properly therein at the par vi'uu thereof, in additi My n I'ld 'Hid Itct it t No. $. So. 1, . s amount invested in audi shares. It roiiy act as ness, intoxicated by,'your beauty and full power of the neck. iijvuo uii r wciiutru.i) i executor administrator, trustee, .Vc, as fully as tons t lis iiftl'ciod to use this great 'ca 'y '' it r 1'ln,- ' renileied desperate by the conviction an individual. l'l'tin', ilrupglsl. ii'.'uiiinion.ls nnd guura-- i A It cu a m l.ve Livingston.. To those who entrusted their uuiMtiets to us Milt)' vvcirls D Lve Flerea.. The black tie i3 beiug worn altogether tecs 11 tTisrvclwus tuvtirouni-l- s,fitur' li u ft, s 'I ' Ot ll ' while mnagiHK the Lincoln National llault of that the hours are fleeting away and that ip it h Arr KtchinoL..., 10 ai am free 41 arn t !! lo c i A t Stanford, we we heie tender our manv thanks and the future cm hold nothing forme worse with dress suits in the fashionable East. They All 1'allotl. Lve Stanford .. .. ; no a in trust tlicy will continue to transact their business , Lve Lancaster ... 7 41 a in It is considered the only proper caper The follotving with us, offering as guarantee for prompt atten- than the suspense under which I from Mr. W. A. Thomson, Thompson, Arr Richmond... io 01 a in tion to mine, our twenty years' experience in 1. peculiarly inict'stiti: iiinbus. my fate on and the larger the tie the more it nill be nt t'rwife," iav Wis, "htu been trtint" for tier I have resolved to hanking and as liberal accommodations as an conlie "My Lve Richmond. IB n In Portm in II. u.e l'i tl.'i nf r', K Arr Winchester... 00 p in 6 in a m p in! ; a sistent with lound banking. in accord with the demands of the fash- liy.nl. stonac'i aid nrrvoua prostration bv tlip'O the cast of the die." '5 a tn two In 40 p ra ; iliictorn tu 0:1" In m Arr Paris l ECTOR: He loosened his collar, coughed and ion. A sinyle stud of white pearl or sil- I'hilnds phla.Nu In one and at the Inrctt Lve Lexiugton .. 1 05 p in 7 00 am j 45 p tn J. J. Williams Mt Vcrioti; hi in lluftu o studs are per- - tnstiluie ISut ono iMitile for Dr ironth Tli"y nil Lve Paris p went ahead. ver is worn, though two j p m 3 53 an. 411pm J. M. Hail Stanford: nr Milt fnlleil Kcstunttivu Lve Kalmoulh. 11 9 Ij am j a6 p ip J. S. Oivsley, .Stanford: "Other young men, Matilda, merebut- - niissable three never. The vests are Norvtnif hclp-- Uir wonderfully " Tills should 5 40 P m 10 jj a in; 6 jj p m Arr Coiinjton. S J. Embry, Stanfrrd; , 'iidacl.i-sb used In rhaiisfOKof jo in 10 45 a mi 6 j p m J. E Lynn Stanford; and either black or white tire, tn'rv.jus ilistiirlmncfs. fits, ilieiimai isiti. Ji'evipirt Nev. .V Mi.sismh Vallev Co ,"K. I). ' Arr Cincinnati terllies of fashion, may dance utten- - cut A W Caipent'T, Milledcvtlle; It duito ivstitu leu . rains to dance upon yon and flatter you. Lis-- , is proper. Dress suits aie no longer etc Ak it A.ml I'emiv 1 ilrug More lorn freu K. liaughman, Hu.tot.villt ; J. Ui Miles' new booit un the and u run Sunday Trains tril tiortle J K. Cali, Stanford; Philadelphia CincinnatiN'os. tiLexington, leaving- - only between ten not to them! Listen to tho voice made of broadcloth, but of a light tex-o- f Norre and t and Cincinnati at William Oooch, Stanford, Ky. In m ,.uid airivincat l.exingtnti at i in Lve S. II. Shanks, PreMdcct. Baltimore, Now York, sincere devotion1 Other young men, ture of Nun's cloth, or very fine a 40 p. m. and arrive at Cincinnati at Lesineton at The highest altitude reached by any J. II. Owsley, Cislner. 5 35 !' m. All points Last and Si utheast nay, perchance young nienpos-- , onal. railroad in the United States is on tho Only one im;Ut out trm.i Lsuvinton, On ihe.MayswIle llranch, No o. loves Paris al s?ssed of wealth in abundance, may seel: 5 00, am and .No. 11, at S rn, arriving at Corrected Tune Ctrd in Kllect ar. 11, ilj I have always been regarded as ex- Denver it Rio (irando line, at Marshall eijtyiriuc ai 10 aj, a m, ana 8IO. pm No 10 your hand. I am not talented, Matilda,! leaves Maysvilie at s. n a m. arriving at l'jrn it 1 silaTT7Accom. I do Pass, which is 10.S52 feet above the level Daily fortune, and I am not handsome. I have not those ceptionally favored by 40, am. Ner u leaves Maysvilie at Dai!) Daily Ves jo and STA'I IONS find fault with of the sea. Express. V.k. Sun Kx Sun arrives at Paris at 4 IS. P m. Thesu trains are ddicate little arts that win the affections not wish to complain or uaiiy except Minaay But, after all, it the course of my lite. Lve Stanford u jinn i ij am la 31 n'r. No t runs daily liom to Cini innati of women. I am not rich " pm'11 4& am j jo pm No. 41 leaves Lcxin.tjti 1000 am: arrives Paris " Lexington is nothing but labor and toil; and I may w 45 pia 0 40 pm 10 is am; except Sunday 7 bo pin. " Winchester "So, Mr. Dennis," said tho young ,v... ., .'..&!ivc:sv.iiiciiiii.ii.. 10 pm;arriiva ... 75 years I have " K. U. Junction. .u. faimoith beauty, with a yawn and n'siug to her truly 6ay that during my " Mt. iiterltiif .. 7 jo inn as pml 7 10 pru 7 10 pm : except Sunday j "had four weeks of real comfort. It When Baby was slclr, wo gave her Castorl.i. " Morchend t ab piu t 4 pm. 0 aS pia No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6 00 am; arrives Cincin feet, "and I regret to Bay, also, that you not nati 75s am; except Sunday When alio was a Child, sho critsl for C.tstorln. 3 pm is the never ceasing rolling of n stone - uuve .1111 pm, are not iu it. piai rain Asnwnu .0 runs dallv bctwevn I.,iim Iioio pm 3 )$ pm When sho became Mls3, sho clung to Castorln " (Jjlettsbur. ... 10 4j Ion and Cincinnati. No is the Mr, Dennis nithdrew from the compe- which must always be lifted anew. 5 Ji rune ilnlv l.t,u.,-- ,. Cincinnati and Lexitiglnu ' " lluntinzton .. In 07 pin c S3 pa. When tho hail ChLHreu, sho (,'avu them Castoria Nov a and rj make connections at Winrhestei Lve.HuntirytTT' ... I j am tition at once. He was clearly outclass-oi- . Ciocthe. for points on the N N Ar M. V. Ky si am Arr Charluston. Pittoburg Dispatch. Clifton For.,. ... 7 - " .... fMPmtTAVI The largest gun ever made has just Trin.l . - 1. ' Lynchburg 4s am at and depart friiiu the Central Union I'anen.-c" Charlottesville io so kin been finished by the Krupps. It is Slntion Cincinnati, raakuie connections for all Life is a journey, not a home; a road, 3 35 pm " Wa.hinjton. ,ii,iii .sunn, rtii auu est t j pm " llalttmore not an abiding place; a preparation, not made of cast steel, weighs 2.J3 tons, has a Through tickets and bagcaxe checked to aav A Poon to WIvob 0 .) pie " Philadeiphta. a barrel 40 feet destination reached by a railroad. Having used "Moth' r Krienil," I would not an abode of rest. The joys of the way calibie of i:U inches and " New York 9 o For full particulars address any agent of the Co be wnh"tit it It j b ton to uho kno Kichmoid, Va... or are but ns resting spots on the toad, long. Each discharge costs 1,500, and they must pas, through tt.e wives u iirdctl of " Oldl'i'iuiComirt1 2 40 pm " W. L MUNS"S,Tt Mrs. C Meburce, lowi. Write the 1W AW.. Cincinnati. Norfolk where we may be refreshed for tho mo two shots can be fired in a momont. Tin rhlliPinh Kegiilatur Co , Atlanta, (iu , for lurther IlraiincliI h. t. II. .MUKil., dun 'I Pass c'r Agt. gun belongs to Hupsu. l.cTiugtan at u 40 n in and Jlje particulars by a DriiKKt hold Trains leaving Cincinnati, O. ment that again we may journey on, ,,......-........ p id daily, except Sunday c miect at Winchei-te- r U.K. and ien . seeking what is still before us the rcbt Manager. lor Richmond, Ky and pcunts on the K. C. II. made by the Lexington thit remaineth for tho people of God. LIQUOR HAB The tide oi empire is (lowing rapidly DUUNKENNESS-TH- E GLNERAL OFFICES: In I i,r.,t.,t Kx frcM NewVork.Philadtlall the World thoro lu but ono ..' t inuaii, f) to the westward. Tlie centre of populaRoller Mills Co., Lexingall psints Flast. at! tini euro, Dr. Hainosi' Ooldon Specific. thia. Wiishtnemnanit m daily Stmford arrivesp w. 11 57 .it 1 it r gambler lives on our hopes, the tion of the United States is now at Mud Thr cm be given all points Fast mail from ton, Ky. sale by all lawyer on our quarrels, the doctor on ison, Iud., uear the junction of the .(nth theIt UioMlccle of tin-a cup of lea or coffee a ithouta east, Huntington, Kiclnnond, V.i . and statums ar- person taking It.elTcciiii? j, anil nil TVT'ts'TTT C3 A 'TTT r speedy and permanent cure, whether the patiwit Lexington at il to noon daily oxctpt Sun- - sLN --U W first-cla- ss iSAVv s1XLXj!L.. Grocers. is a moderate clunker or an alcoholic wreck. rives our ills and tho clergyman on our fears. parallel and the 85th meridian. 11 57 y in oay. Tnousands of drunkards have been cured who ,,.. '"" Accommouattonirum in tneir coffee. .Mill and ponds on the K. fail to use Cream The millennium will tluow these people Recent trustworthy calculations of tho have taken the Goldcn.cSpecjflc helievc theycaii points. Kich.....i..l, K.. uuveiiiii anuintcrmeaiateC ' tfjh7J" d.my "' Saw L?.n,a on Ihe Somer witnout tneir knowjea, ana Ky arrivfs.H I all nut of employment. m. daily, ex , fJ .sto- 8if. i ., ,,i'f VV.vV EKf, SHINGLES, ") fep-re- d of their own freewill. of tho Chinese Empire by quit drinking from its administration. No harmful coot Sunday Stanford 30 p m population e - a you good ett'ect results Cures Guarlie s.ir- - ticket read rca.! w N. X M V tVc' ?'.L,0v.fc!1.r.RiCha. sell tho lun,' The total Russian authorities, put it at US2,000,000, anteed. Send for circular and full Dartictilirs. a.i. Ry.,E. U, RVrchaaera. tllve ""M?", ,n,.L .Ll v1,'e.r; ls1'' uuu, dress in cnnfl'len'c I.oiien Srgctric Co.. iSt happy Cook. rnied States Indian population of the and the annual increase at 4,000,000. Bread W..V... v, ,.,.v KV is 217,070. S. F. n MOR.L, G. P A , Cincinnati, 0 Race Street. Cincinnati, O y A U Published Evory Tuoaday and Friday Shelby j " 'r,.l.t. t ?- - :.., Is " unrlinr rmilosln T" It will be remembered Uotli of Anau-i- t u,Kof tl,e oUl that on the ' rom there was a called meet 6ol,,,ers at L,1,t'rt-V- 1 !or ,he YJ.un.ix advaxck . I O. a . - -- !""' While the kiss of a pretty woman tuluht be considered n harmless couiplt-- , nient anywhere ,A is doubly a eonipli ment twice as sweet and romantic when given beneath the oaks of a moonlit park, with the stars trembling like diamonds through the deny leaves and the lull of (lowing fountains splashing their stiver spray over the bated bosoms of water nymphs ami bronze gods with beautiful blind eyes. Atlanta Constitution i Q0YAI PllS MM Pl 111 . . 1 ! . C d POWDER 1 -. Absolutely Puro t , 1 KICIIAK WARREN PRICE, - New York, 11. - Huston, . 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