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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890100701 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. - - t (Wt(- - f ' '- - Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVIII. HUSTONVILLE. Yost-mite- Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 17th-stilex-Na- il, 7.-189- NO. 63 m Htnton-illean- 'I ) l MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. eiation will meet here Friday, Oct. First-Clas- s FOE SALE OS EEtfT. Farm For Sale. As it i a very accessible point, we Dan Broughton. L'O, and Miss Mary HOlTsK A Nil LOT INWK-- T STANFORD Well imprrjed, c ntainin,; 14 .re on d peet fully two thirds of the 00 teachers Houie r tiri J. Wren, '22. were married iu the East "Thrre are lontain-' - n4 res "m- lot .id latti e! homeh. borhood McKinne) j,i.e. in a splendid neighFor further particular callcn the unin the county to honor the meeting with .' nut co'x' rdtr AA'" imr ke t baru and cnli pi dersigned oraddre at Iluntonwlle ...-.- ..iu ,1.,.!. ....la........ IV.... lltlAVill n.wl tl... Knil Sunday. (i-n J It ill'.OlNS uii'll ii v"t uiu. Mil iiui iiju b KENNBDV. In Ion a a man named Com married friends of education should see that they a woman named Wheat and the choir are hospitably entertained. sang "What will the harvest be"" Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hutchings and A New York wedding party broke My DiSiraMe I'rnj.cm, tnjf ti at Lot on Main Street in Staniord son, Harold, are visiting relatives in up a general light because an admir-- I in Catron's Placo, Somerset, Ky., Danville. Mr. Lee Stelnhouse Is down ing guest Contimtng t i re insisted upon kissing the bride the from I'itieville. circulating among old too often. F r price, Now rinlit u at r.01 tl Term. ea T K WALTON, Stanford. ler ur ho patrotiizu lier town. on m? at vmer criptinn and tern, same. Or, should great allowance be ' friends ami acquaintances. Messrs. W. Hon. Green Brarken, 70, and Miss t, Ky. WM. M. CAT RON 4t A very interesting protracted meetmade for the fact that the aged colonel is' U. Welch. I. M. McKoberts and J. H. issy I Smith, 17, were married iu Simp-- , ing lias been in progress several days nt auaiu a Benedict ? Since his removal ,.1'axton, three of Stanford's mont proin-froson county. He is rich and she is poor, is authority for Moreland. Mr. Green Hustonville, no one has arisen wor-- inent lawyers werei" town this week the assurance to all who may be deterred thy of his mantle ns a meteorologist ami on lej:al biuinoss. J. H. Caison, of How-th- e of course. Owinc to my continue! had health, I ha e form Wm. Holtou, a young widower of ed a partnership with my brother, John 1. Elkin, In the corror.'te Units of Rowland from attendance by an apprehension of re- - laud, one of the compelli-anxious have been to and bust equip- Casey, deadened over r . Flktn .v Co to under the firm name of the line last week take effect Oit it. I'ervJn M.knovwni; tliemneh, f. n repetition of the disorder of a fuw '' H J DARST, Rowlaud. signodly wuit nml take the weather as it ped of tho L. it N.'s freight engineers, is plee peron weeks ao. that moie thoroughly t;ood eomos. At this juncture the aggrega- spending a week's furlough with old and took Miss Bettie Jeffreys to be his indebted to mc will mu in tall at enre aud lettle. am unable to e' neeil m) money badly 1 hankmir you f r v., .r liberal pa- - LINCOLN CO. FARM Pnr RP.NT order and iiiot could not prevail if sur- tion of "rtars around the moon" has so chums hereabouts. John H. Brooks, Hus wedded wife. " . .. ...... iim intLut-f.al.AHtirxitii.t tnl -L- ew 19 ttrimn, a rich Kirhtiioml. Va., of police. Moreland SVhi eT grm! rounded by a cordon Kte. .mi . F ELKIN "diecoinbobhernted" mutters the colonel tonville, ran up Sunday to see the home- The undersigned will rnt for the year i$oi, on M wiuower, t'ouiiniited suiclue on tlie eve reanaHe term her K.ir-- ol z Aires, i miles is to be coii)!iatulated. Is unable to predict with any certainty, folks. Miss Millie Artmaii, of Florida, trotii Milledi(eille Ky The renter cau of his second marriage because he was .1 and Jqliu Allen, eueoumpjd bv yet is persuaded, despite nit pni!ee of eeJing this .ill Applt to hatlie the muddle in-- is the guest of her tousin, Miss Maud afraid he could not make his alRanced Mrs NANCY JENKINS, tho success of the Hustonville lishiiiK to which his guides have fallen, that I'ettus. Mr. ami Mrs. John Buchanan f banille, Ky happy. As he left her c'Jo.OOO in his psrtv last week anil not alarmed by the there will be It 01 before Ions: ami Mr. J. It. Bailey aie in Louisville, will, it is likely she is happy we In order to cloe ut our preerit paitner-hifamily horso now. demoralization of the old will ell at puMic auction at the reMdence of House and Lot at Crab witnessing the Jail festivities. MrF. Orchard For Sale. A man w ho spent 10 months in CRAB ORCHARD. Ja W Maou, 4 mile- - west of Mt. Sterling, on tbat was driven, left Wednesday morn-uiPolly Miller was tbe guest of her sister, South Carolina, where divorces are nevfor the river below Liberty. Their A House and Lot, consisting of Messrs Ike Herron and D.ui Hoi-- Mrs. S. A. Brooks, last week. Messrs. er Kt anted, made a record of olO separa- "Wodnosday, October 22d, 1890, Acres, locafamiliarity with all the best places anil ted at Cral. Orchard. K , and know n as the man returned from Pulaski this eek Sam Tatein ami Lee Steinhause took in tions, inanv of them with a murder as property, one Hlo.k Irom Depot The house The follow in; Mook,t vit elaborate equipage with tackle and contains six spacious rooms, one lattice porch, one Forepaugh's great circus at Danville Sat-- 1 I the result, and several hundred cases 40 Jennets, 12 Jacks, 20 head of open porch and portico, with all necesurr out- encourage their friends to believe w ith -- head of nice feeding cuttle. unlay. Hon. W. U. Bradley came over supper at Holmes' school-housThe where uusband and wife have lived to they'll return with n stilus of Mirh Crab Orchard, Ky., or me at 1'ineville. K Horses, was well attended and the ladies who from Lancaster Tuesday to enjoy a game uether for years without speaking. He -t SA.ML EL BLAIR. M D. iengtli that many of their neighbors will of witli some of our experts. extra Including No i IlrooJ Mare and ahare the division they're crtalu to ot it up deserve unstinted praise. The Mr. Thomas W. Napier, of Maywood, says that divoice would have been a Godyoung Stallion and (ieliliugt table was "a thin:: of beauty" and everyCatalogues sent on aprlt aticu. send in every case. make. .MA3UA (i llr,.Kl, has moved his family to tbe Armp Htatt .Mt burlinj, Ky. l!ev. Win. J. Ward and Miss Hanlittle body went away tilled. Mrs. Helen Uutlman and her I desire to sell my larm of about rented. Mr. A club of Stanford coons catno up farm, which he lecently On the follow ing dav. 130 acres, nah May Fair will be married at McKin- Hopper, have removed to tburge, Mellie aoout ij miles north of Stanford on the . . . .i Htuniny to pUy ball with our darkies Peyton King ami wife, who went to ney ptke, opioite after which they will leave Thursdav. October 23d. 1890. Hush Ilranch acres in wheat Ihecld church. There rooms ni uie iiuiiukl-- . nl hip; omioriaiuu ire about 50 and rye; the balauce Barbourville a few months ago, have re-Col" ' ' of the farm well set in timothy. Good dwelling on an extended tour. Mr. am is nasare fortunate in sbnriug a table which is ami crossed bats with them nt the will sell live. of four rooms and kiirhen and a splendid new Clajton loweH lege grounds. The game stood 2. to s turned to this place to tor of the Baptist church there and Miss under the supervision of Mrs. Matt barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession cau At its meeting Saturday night, Crab visiting club immediately. Hannah, who is and much- -' 25 head of Jennets and 35 or 40 be cieniStanford, or For particulars, se J. P. Thornton. We know whereof we assert. in favor of the Itailey, No. 03- con. write the nndersigned at John Hknuhy. This little place of Orchard Masonu Garrard, Cincinnati, Ohio here, is the beloved of the E. WITHERS. head of Horses Miss Wallace, of Missouri, Mis ours, which would be still smaller were ferred two degrees. A delegation of Stan- village. The I. J. hopes she w ill be very Ot various kiml Sale to tleplue in Mt Sterif Manchester, acrompaniod by Mies It not for its "oiiumier-L'oIngling Catalnjj ie sent on application. notoriety, ford Masons numbering a dozen or more happy und iu advance extends its hear-- ! Ionise Hniley, of Stanford, were isiting d ! has uiven birth to several "bit-- men in took nrt, ip the proceedings. tiest congratulations. friends ami relatives here last week. to sell private!) my residence and prop, agouu. but not until lately bus it PUBLIC SALE Misses Alice Cabbell and Nannie Brown, years erty. The house has fhe rooms, store room, panWAYNESBURG. try front verandah, tack porch latticed, good Samuel Murrell, who was bom in They been discovered that an actual live conwere missed from town last week. cellar with windows on uth side, outbuildings A g hmI opening here for another this county and whose death was noted all new, consisting of meat house, henerv, coal Iouiiiville gressman Hrst Raw the, light of day in More visiting Lebanon and house, corn crib and dairy stable. There are two this quaint, old, quiet, tumble-dowstore. last week, was the oldest Mason in Kenfriends. good cisterns, one at house, the other at the staJohn Henry Wilson, who tri Horn, to the wife of V. V Reynolds, tucky, having been raised to the Master's hca'th, w hich ptetents ble There is an abundance of fruit, including A demonstration of that extraordiOwinc to continued raspberries, strawberries, .gooseberries, currants, me troni attending to n.uinos, wri on degree at Howling (ireen in lSKi. trapes, cherry, plums, damson, pear and apple nary Holicitudtt about neighbor's inter- uiuphed over Finley, Horeint:, , Adam? a girl, the llrstboru. Cows nice E. H. Caldwell Jr., H. I). Padgett, Cameron, of Virginia, who FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1890, trees to Also some bull Jersey harness and heifers ests, winch hcenis characteristic of hu- ami other ttoliiicul celebrities at the Guibreil registered One horse, one don republican convention Friday, and D. W. Culdwell and S I. Hooch are all recently aoatnioneu tlie republican par combined hore, boch geutle and can be driven by Dan. manity in general was consplciiousat of north ... woman or child. One buggy and phaeton. At my residence about ...mile I... secured the nomination for eongross in iu Louisville this week. ty, states that he daily receives n large atef rviniiey, un .!. iiuuiui ri'ih iuiiiiikv. Alio S acres of pasture land, which will be 111c tl ille Nitur lay, the day that a hj1I of pro county. Ky sell at iirlu auction to the sold in one piece or divided into lots to suit purOur turnpike is completed at last Dumber of letters from persons formerly ind anti bexerage cuiiens was taken. the 11th district, which will seat him for Farm- chasers lititheit bidder, all of my Stock, Crop and lhoe wishing to buy a lot cheap will have a golden opportunity Hundreds from HUtrouuding counties a second term in the National House, and our people can now get to the conn- - j republicans, who have decided upon tak-t- ing Utensils. consitinc ol 57.1m scen neau 01 nor.es, anion; inem a J li CAKl'EXTER, Stanford. be a Crab Orclmrd boy, and seat with both speed and comfort. i,jg the same step which he has ta en. gelding, ery fast in harne.s, and one good family were there to inspect the bulletin ltoards turns out to horse; 3 Jerev Cow, all of them ood harms and incidentally, of course, to inquire this why that we last week, in a face This road might have been built 23 years At t,R. Xovember election the city milKers: Jersey Hull; to head ot Hogs and one excellent w, chooso m 0,(.eIg ' oke .ofiieiui . It work Cattle. 100 bands ofII.CornForepaugh's prospects. l,oiig ago tious political squib, show ed our predi- Iwforu it was. ... of New York . into 1. ...I. II uiii iiuiiirs, t uc.v huikine -I- ke W itt, of hstill county, is visiting wlms And STOCK OF DRUGS FOR SALE .,,.,., an ..mount to ts.. board and Harness; Sunns W'a;on, Pole and Ptiineas Taylor Harmiiii characterixwl lection for Wilson, ami stood on tip toe Iouble Harness; a lot ufClmer Hay in the barn will be n inavor wbo ...4 uA..hni.i A,,.t i:iirh, P,,rnir,ir, Amoni .1 American as a sucker, ciusing in to tell r the world that he'd get there. Mont Howard. .'iia. .nitons, cveius 01 nnr Desiring Co quit the drug liusinest ac Hustontbe IIIVIII Forty-fouyetusauo John Henry Wil- ge, will stmt the nth for a visit o7 sever- - lirw. ville I offer my entire stot I. AHntlic t ahout i? freh Drugs and n,points t0 0,iU.e thoge whoso "salaries whichllhe. arm of is a tery Acres 01 l.anu. on Chemicals for sale My took of complete in every jticst of a humbug bait; and that tiait is desirable tract of This i son was Iwrn in a framu house which al months among relatives in vatious nm. ftos will land and is in a sood state of cultivation The particular and che businev is a paying one in than when lie no less prominent nresate a quarter of a ille. Will alo rent the tntire lioue mv iiore improemrntsconsikt of a sood comfoi table dwell of the Mate. lutuisUed an applauding public a mer. stood ou Main street between J 1. liou ,nort. It ia a fat ,ieai. is located in The house contain 4 good upstairs inir of rooms, also dinine room, summer and win store and Mr. John Fdmiston's Mary Curtis sold her interest in the G A WASH, Huttonville. A caso t0 ttst tho Wilson Original ter kiulien. smoke and lien houses. large and rooms maid, douiuMicHtud gorilla and divers well arranged barn and all other necessary im- residence, and whiii was tolled back Dodd farm to It. Curtis for 1,000 aud lnw Is in progress in Topeka, nraicments. rarest curiosities lost to science, miicu acknsc Terms The personalty will be sold on a credit ami now comprises Mr. Ivlmistou's din- has gone North. Heal estate is on a Kan., niiil the .lecision, ius , FARM SALS AT a ia until January 1, iSoi, lor "all sums oer S10, the preiiislonc cycles. ing room and kitchen. It was in this din- boom here and is changing nanus rapid purchaser giving note with approved security, neMr. H. L. White, of the lower Hangthat the Kansas prohibitory law is un- gotiable and parable in the National Dank of Hus- ing room, wheio the stauuehest of C O. ly at fair prices, some good propeity in constitutional and the new Wilson law ' tonville; under that sum, casn must oe nam. On account of continued bad health, I desire to ing Fork region, gladdened his friends cash! the ell privately my farm of 320 Acrf s of The farm will be sold for week. As soon as republicans now eats his beef steak and town, that can be bought reasonably, cannot be effective until the State by a Hying visit last balance in 6 and 12 months, in equal installment', land at a bargain, in a fine state ot fertility Would with Improvements date Location one passes another prohibitory mens to bear 6 per cnt fromsoon as terms of sale are sell 300 acres Stanford, and Mr, Jim (ireen learned that Hob had sips his moitiing codec, that John Hen- and will doubtlc--s be sold soon. mile south of the laying of the farm Possession ry, the vanquisher of the stalwart of re, P. II. (iooch sold his farm of 73 acres ure. is superb. There are all of che necessary L F SHAUPE lonphtd with the night with his brother-in-lawhpent including a frame dwelling 01 five ' : ti H T. II sh Ai. t oncer publican stalwarts in the 11th, was bom L miles from town at $10 per acre. The rooms and hall, a large basement barn, andall s.iture Adams, he dolefully observed to buildings new For fiirchcr information, apply to A Very Fortunate Lord. his assistant, "Well. John Adams did no and cradled, and where he lived until Francis Dishon farm of lio acres, 2 miles 4S im KUI1T. McALISTEK, Scauford. Lord Northampton is n vastly fortunone year old, when his parents removed from town, sold at same price; 5 acres of writing for us last night." The squire ate jwrsonuge. In 1S79 his oldest son, mtormed us that Mr. White has one of to Harbourville, taking the future con- unimproved land near town and owned tho lato Lord Coinpton, borrowed gressman along with them. Wilson's by the heirs of X. s. Reynolds, deceased, the best mule colts in the county, whiih from the National Life Assurance Margaret A. foreman, I'lff, he had here for exhibition at our fair, parents were poor poor when they liv- sold at Sl."i per acre. S. H. Hooch will society on the security of his reversion-nr- y vs. Order of Publication, ed here and poor when they moved move to McKinney. Jell' l'adgett is Joel K. Portman, Deft interest in an entailed estate, but if but the owner never did tlnd out when lie died beforo his father (as happened) Ihe peticioner having this day filed herpecicion in away; but his mother, who was a Miss about to buy a farm near McKiuney. lua ring Mime, ami a pel feet the clerk office of this CoM It Cilas, was one of those frugal, managing of course the security was worthless. tcm undcue derail?" ,the whole ays Margaret A. s Portman be court, asking that Mid comparison with Hob's mule won the Iti'tccl dlich'C-i- ailcli empowered to use, enI'liKi t 01 Tin: T.MUir. 1'rices will ad- The society proceeded to insure Lord and the boy's father, whose name joy, sell and convey for her (fwn benefit any blue. .Mr. Win. 11. Hudson, of Adair women property she may ou nor acquire, free from the was II. K. Wilson, with her practical.'aid vance and quality will deteriorate. A Compton's life for 31.000. tho underdebt or claim of her husband, to make contracts, outity, passed through town Wednessue and be sued as a single woman, crade in her got aloiik' very prosperously in the few will protit by the crime, the many standing being that it wr.3 to pay the Dyspepsia, Fevers, Kidney Diseases, day, on his way to Lexington with Ins own name and dispose of her proptrey by will or Bilious Colic, Malaria, etc. Town of the Mountains," as will sutler. Thre will be a few more premiums aud add them to tho amount stallion, Wilkes Chief, designing to give "lneen loan, and tho policy was to bo Tutt'N Pill produce regular liuliil of deed. now ordered that this nctice of said action of the Harbourville was then called. John millionaires and many more paupeis. transferred to him if ever ho paid off the liodj anil Rood illiroslinii, without beItpublished for Cen ilajs in che Interior Journal, iin a record in addition to his other wulcli, uo ouo cunvuju) kuocI livultti. a newspaper published in Scanford, Ky. There will be a brief and costly activity Our bust judges pronounced Heniy grew up a mountain boy, having in a few subsidized industries, and many debt. He died threo years ao, by which Given under m) hand Chi' Oct a, 1S00. Sold been too young to carry with him any time his debt to the society had risen to JAS P I1AILEV, the horse a magnificent specimen of the '' Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court of his which he others, depending solely upon the ener14.000. The society therefore congratfamily, and his tiuie oi ':tt under impressions Wilkes seems to have forgotten entirely, as ho gies of honest men, will languish and die ulated itself upon having made n profit a pull, after distancing all competitors, ttYI" JH'm has not been here a single time that we Oppression so brutal, so unprovoked, so of nearly 20.000: but. lo and behold, indicates that he will easily go low in audacious certainly cannot last. Chica- Lord Northampton as executor of his can hear of since his departure AltertheVo's under even adverse circumst.uideceased son demanded tho balance of nately he worked and studied, educating go Herald. aud in spite of the agreement ' lea A certain young lady of this town will between tho society nnd Lord Compt on If any one desired a view of some- himself and beginning the st niggle for E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor Const!thing miggestive of randonioniuni and success at an early age. In 1S71, when not permit her sweetheart to kiss her his claim has been sustained by the court To euro nulou'nc- I k II n'n he, t?ke patlon.Malarti, inu, of an ancient labyrinth, a call at Dr. '.Vi years old, lie commenced practice of only when he goes to leave her for the of ap'Mjal. Tho result is highly satisfacN'o Hotel in Kentucky has a brtter reputation, rccedy, the tate n and its proprietor is determined that gentle- tory for Lord Northampton, who gets rooms would have atlbrded it law at the bar, where such men as Col. night. As result, the young lirown's sraiTi-r- s 20,000 from a fund which neither shall be maintained last Wednesday. We've read of spring John live, Hon. George M. Adams, Col. man begins to start home almost as soon nearly Dishman and others of their ilk as he arrives, and he keeps up the stall- lie nor his son nor any of his fair'1'' i leanings, tearing down and rebuilding, John i.,i, a p;nn; lu creait. London Truf'i He has recently acMcd to its appointments "putting to righu" after a threatened were practicing with brilliant success. ing until the old folks ring the bell ou Like that of most young lawyers, his ca- them. Then ho kisses her for tho twenuold in Wyoming. confoundconflagration, but "confusion Wyoming' is all excitement over the ti V'.cRcnnstothG ed" was the state of atlairs there then. reer in its early stages was void of inter- tieth time aud strikes for home. lato gold find at Lander and Cheyenne. bottle THM Alt'" Tl.r JliesT CONVENIENT. est and to be plain, rather moneyless, carpenter Brk-News. masons, fejit Livery inir To. It is liko picking up twenty dollar gold I'rirc ifItotlu M- -i . oil per llottlc. A First-Clas- s general utility men and interested loaf- but he was getting experience and makTo accommodate the demands of his increased A physician recommends a cup of Jlcst Turnouts furnished ers, who were kept on the move toavoid ing warm friends, some of whom doubt- hot bouiliou or hot milk, sipped slowly, very similar to that which caused the pankl. size. transient patronage. and others. ANINiAT''' Commercial Travelers damage by the bustliug workmen, sug- less added very materially to his recent but while still hot, before going to bed, great California excitement in 1810: that "J VrrvssMOuTMu': gested that morning at Habel, when the triumphs. Iu 1SS:S ho was elected to the as a better sleep producer than all the the vein lies closo to tuo surface, ami workmen found some difliculty in grasp- State Senate. With this exception, he opiates in the pharmacopeia ns better has been opened at several places for This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and ing the varied dialects so unexpectedly never held ollice until two years ago, even than a clear conscience, which isn't ISO feet, aud that somo of the rock will others not Co trespass on our lands without perassay $100,000 to tho ton. Wyoming introduced. A new stack chimney pud when ho was brought out by his party very good ethics, you kuow, but which and Colorado, Tin Cup and Lander are mission, as all such will he prosecuted to the fullest extent cf tho law Signed. a new iloor were in rapid progress and to opposo Day, the democratic nominee may be very good medical doctrine, not- in a race this Beason to see which shall II V GAINES. J. II. Mc KINNEY, was stacked and for congress, in the 10th, Taulbeo's disMrs SAMPOKD IRWIN, the medley oWurnituie JOHN (J. I.YNN. record tho richest discoveries. Cor. withstanding. Mr AMCK TUCKER IOS. HALI.OU. .shifted as often as demanded by the trict. Wo were then in those parts and Denver News. V A HAMILTON. THOS C HAM. I S I'HILLlI'e M C RKNOLIJs No woman similarly sur- took considerable interest in the tight, A German of this city, at workmen. CONSUMPTION J I, HECK The wiro to bo used for the telephone rounded could have eat still a moment. tho' we, like the rest of Wilson's friends, tho South End, recently took a trip to SCROFULA between Paris and London is made of The old bachelor housekeeper ,41. as se- had only a shadowy hope that ho could the Fatherland. There he died. While bronze. It is estimated that the French BRONCHITIS rene as we imagine Itoss Heed in the win. He did win, however, by a close living he turned the scale at -- 30 pounds. share of tho expenso of establishing tho EMULSION COUCKS midst of the unobstructed unseating of shave, and Harbourville did herself proud His body was cremated, and the remains, telephone will bo nbout sJloO.000. EnCOLDS to honor her fortunatu aspirant. The weighing six ounces, were inclosed in an thusiasms believe that all the telegraphic democrat. CURES somo Wasting Diseases says that he made ujbrillinnt cam- envelope and sent to his family in Ilos-o- communication will bo superseded. Wo regret the loss of one of our old- C.-Wonderful Flash Producer. est nnd most popular families in the re paign and showed himself a candidate of bj mail. Boston Traveler. To Ami out whether cider or viuepir Many havo gained ouo uuud moval of Dr. Win. Diye to Lexington. no mean ability. And iu congress be I.ummix "Dinwiddie used to call his is pure, place some white sugar in n sau- per day by its use. innumerable friend has won golden opinions from his conThe best wishes of business-like- , practical wife 'Birdie,' but he has quit it now." cer, half fill with vinegar and evaporate Scott's Emulsion is not a secret follow them and it is the hope of all that stituents for the will not escape that malignant typo statesmanship he hits displayed in their Skimgullet "Not entirely. I heard him to dryness by placing on top of a boiling remedy. It coutains tho stimulattbev as tho 'old water kettle. If the sugar turns black, ing properties of tho Hypophos-phite- s CO.of nostalgia which has hitherto invaria- - interest. His laurels are well merited, refer to her the other day men ate. All hen.' " as those of all nnd puro Norwogian Cod adulterating acid. the vinegar containsau bly attacked all emigrants from the West HUSTONVILLE, KY. Livor Oil, tho potency of both End of Lincoln county, no matter wheth-- 1 honor to him We, in behalf of the cit-c- r Tho enterprising business man is increased. It is used Are rtdUn.-.Stranger ".May I ask what your pro- being largely regardless of hewiug out his way to success with huin--- s d ready to do any- "to the mauner born" 'or cituens bv uens of his t .1...... u .U. wiiueri.Kiu ,... '.. s c mc futvc a iun iiiiiiK niir. It. I fession is?" Minister "I am a soldier by Physicians all over tho world. stock of Cases and Casket of all kinds and Kobes However regretfully an ad- - politics, congratulate him upon his adoption. blows from his nds. of every description. Our heatse, which is nearly in the army of tho Lord." Stranger and point with pride to the fact is given up, there is a solacing vation, PALATABLE AS MILK. new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. II. ' There are two sides to every ques- "Just the man I've been looking for. I Green lias charge of our bumness and will show Sold by all Drtiwilsts. reflection that it is only a matter of time ' mat tie is a urau urcuarti ooy. our goods to any one needing anything in our am a pension agent." Tho Lincoln County Teachers Asso- - tion tho wrong side and our side. till he will agatu bo aresldent, or at least COTT & aOWNE, Chemists. N.Y. lue t4 111 111 . -S:-"-. n so frequent a visitor that we feel he is almost a resident. Col. Thomas P Hums Bold tUO llOIWti tO IIiiiui , of long one of the most Hobbe, of Hoston, for 150 each. Win. popular and familiar landmarks of our DoiUl nml Win. Aikt'ti Hold tun? each to lr.1l. ... .... I... ...... I ur iisi.ii, tin-- , tin biitr .1 ......la l.in, Hvi'n( cuic nil vi'in mil Hiinif party for?:00 cadi. juvinated ill features atul carriage as to Mrs. Hilly Williams lins bought Mrs. convince the incredulous that l'once de trans-ferritiWcitzol's Htock of millinery joo1, Leon was only mistaken in the place he n valuable town lot in part paysought the Fountain of Youth. The col- ment for the same. .Mis. William' skill onel has certainly found it and benefited as a milliner is known by all the lathes by long and frequent draughts from FOR SiSJCE. . .11 1 FORSALEI i- . tt m 1 NrEWFIRM. an-- l . For Sale Twenty Building Lots d M'-riie- ...... 1 . 1 Public Sale of Stock. p F it-t- w ii Sla-i- ns inln-ikjw- e 3"- . ten-pin- s Farm For Sal. situ-J,te- rn to-da- 1 - 1 llge well-know- n post-mast- er " 62-t- " I FOR SAX3S n vil-Ing- e. Land and Personalty. 1 Kx-tJo- ..-t-- -- l-- l. 1 uiii-tcl- n . y 1 111 . .1 juy 1 -. HOXJSE FOB. RENT Ilui-to- 1 ' to-da- y mil-par- ts nv Hoi-da;u- 's 1 sa-a- m , antic-ipatea- IE BAM, blue-cras- one-thir- d legis-htur- e s ' 10,-00- 0 Tiitt's Pills Sick Headache. Everywhere. Lincoln Circuit Court. tow-hea- d Regulate The Bowels. 111 c 1 birth-plac- ICVCN THE MYERSHOUSE - v 1 ', 11 1 BILE BEANS! -.- it !l Kliza-bethtow- n Pool and BllliardParlors hod-carrier- Acx. Stable MSS!"" ''" POSTED. WHAT well-know- n SCOTT'S fairly-electe- d n i , J. T. STJTTOIT -- - self-mad- e I ! m birth-plac- e, well-direct- I er I W- - ; ' ' r"tf "" "V i r p - - wt, tv" in y:-r- r .' ip- - r . t -? Semi-Week- ly Interior journal A bell & Crume bought 107 mule The Wnshincton county contest for a between W. C. colts in Nelson at $10 to $S0. seat in the convention Dr. J. Oill Allen was held to the U. Lewis resulted McChonl and John Stanford, Ky., Ootobek 7, 1S90 in a unanimous foiuier. The investigation la&teda month and the n a u h ' ff if 1 ! I v k ' . I u conntv's territory. With this cut, returns! McNairy county, lenn W. J. Martin, who killed his wife showed Mr. Lewis elected by over 100 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. the when he found her unchaste, was hangminority --but it was decided that people there were not entitled to vote in ed at Haleigh C. II., W. Va., Friday. Fcr Congress, Washington county and Mr. Lewis was The stormy season in the Kocky B. McCREARY, given his walking papers, the State pay- - Mountains has begun and snow ha- - al- -of imr tlu iYnno) nl the contest and the ready fallen in various naits of Colora. to convention voting to extend to Mr. Lew- - ado. Set, "John IIeneky" did t there and in is thecourtesisof the floor during the may- Col. A. S. Berry was urent shape. Mr. Wilsou was nominated during the session. The question of or of Newport after one of the most bitfor Congress by theconvention at London politics did not enter into the merits ter municipal fights that ever occurreu on the lO'--'d ballot, which was taken Fri- of the case. The law alone was consul- - in Kentucky. day afternoon. He had been the lead- eied and the fact that the four republiDuring' the last session of congress ing candidate from the start and far the can members of the committee, includ- President Harrion sent to the enate 2 of usemost popular with the delegates, many ing Hon. Curtis 11 Burnam, tho chair- o,S:57 nominations, of which all but 10'J We to to we of whom were anxious for the inevitable man, agreed to the report, shows that were confirmed. Wear. People "drop" to go to him. After the 95th bal- everything was conducted fairly and satinduce- Congressman Montgotnory was re- oe lot John is. .May, of Pulaski, proposed isfactorily. The attention of Heed and nominated in the Uh by primary elec- 11 to that the dropping of the hindmost candi- his mob is called to this fact. every Saturday over Kitssell and Grundy tion to w7th date should begin after the 101st ballot. by a good majority. This was adopted and there was little The action of tli convention at Lon, The Middtesboro council has llxoil Goods, Shoes, JFafs, ty,-.by change till then. As the 102d ballot was don puts John Henry Wilson at the the poll tax at $2 and oulered all tents one called Finley got up and asked the per- head of the republican procession in Ken- to be moved from lots on Cumberland of mission to make a statement, which was tucky and gives him almost absolute Avenue by Nov. 1. before goods. In all, granted. He reviewed his services to sway over the otlicial patronage. Finley is The citUens of Bakerstleld, Cal., took lawthe republican patty for the last V,Q years, is a very dead cock iu the pit and his James Harrington, a charged the convention with counting death is unwept, unhonored and un- yer, and stripping his clothes oil", treated him out and the chairman with ruling sung, so far as praises are concerned. In him to a suit of tai and feathers. against him and then withdrew his name speaking of him the other day, a promiA coroner's jury in Chicago has just and gave his followers liberty to vote .13 nent republican said: "No decent man returned a verdict in which it is insertWe even in apprecithey pleased. His remarks were both of my party will regret the retirement of ed that a child came to its death "by Clou Its by and having its breath sucked by a cut." bitter and vindictive and caused the hair Frank Fin'lev. He is a vuer on some of the delegates' heads tocnrl as an iiigrute, who would sacrifice his deartie When the L. & N. Inion fetation, of goods he accused them roundly of injustice, in- est friend for his own aggrandizement. lOand Broadway, Louisville, is completof gratitude and their susceptibility to the He is thoroughly se'.tish and but for his ed, which is promised for Nov. 1, 32 pas, we arguments of boodle. He then marched boodle he never could have obtained the senger trains will arrive and depart from out of the building and an attempt was honors he has. It is well for the party itdaily. made by his friends to adjourn, but the that it has relegated such a man to the The great Phua Hotel, in New Yoik motion was voted down with a vim. shades of private life. The London con- city, is finished. The entire cost of the ballot was beiny taken, vention deserves all praise. While the hotel up to the present time U not far Boreing made a happy little speech Judge Main Street, Stanford, Ky, There are over 100 from .M. One of the arguments used by the lootMniinRcr. withdrawing his name and then county rooms in it. advocating the after county changed to Wilson, till he was ers of the treasury in through an Masked robbers went ... ... I. ill a 41...4 !..., .!..,., 0111 uuu tum exnress car between Lroana ,,,,,1 itil,. almost nominated unanimously. Even pauper pen-io- n ('lllllr ttoltl.l. a part of Whitley's vote went to him, S00.00tlHtonle would nvnil themselves of: fountainne, O., cleaning out the safe and ' remarked neer reahiel dagger still deeper its provisions. But they were mistaken taking thereby driving.the the express messenger's salaiy, jxt returned from a vacainto the dying form of ita former lord or lying with malice aforethought and which he had in his pocket. tion, "how tht city peOji ure gulled by and master. A committee of one from evil purpose. Already U50,'JS2 have made republican enndi- - their brethien in tho country. tw.iially J. T.Thomas, the r lr i ran "nv nil on a holiday occasion. each county was appointed to notify Mr. application under the law and the H tv in ; sec in I tin- (.run's ! ." ..ot. ,,..,.. ,,hoiit the ..wiul..n furuitT is being daily increased by thous- uaie, was eiecieu Wilson of his nomination and he was Saturday. The city coun en ami utu but rh,t tlxatc oi W3 mv conducted to the stand, when in an elo- ands. It was estimated thnt 510,000,000 would cover the cost of the bill, but dou- school boanl are about equally divided. our nirnl friends who are in the vumuier quent little speech he accepted the nom voting didn't resort businrse are many times more I v.w lion Lilly ble that amount will lmrdly reach the The Australian system of prcpurol i i!o dissolved. ination, and the clever in the financial way than are and lazy rascals, work well. demands of the hungry U'.S. Carroll, aged 11, was stabbed their brothers in the cily." I.v an interview on the McKiuley bill who want to be supported bv the gov"How is thntT Albany, Ind., KI-NDSHayes shows more auagos-it- ernment. Tho extent of appropriations by Louis Griggs at "Uli. I don't care to ;.' into dfUdb than he has been given credit tor. for pensions is an outrage on the rest of when he caught the knife and pulling took a little run last we-down to a fc'ays he: "I cannot find words to exthe people, of which they are getting the blade from his own wound, plunged country resort. The place vn miles AND it into the abdom?n of his adversary. from civilisation, and hid been led to press my regret at the passage of the very tired. think that uccommodutiuita wiilJ be Both dead. measure. It is ruinous to our best inhere U no The almost autocratic authority of a Philip Francis Thomas, who was fairly cheap. They were. terests and it will do an infinite amount Catholic bishop over the members of his secretary of the treasury under Presi- doubt nt it, viz: Country mukUwinl of harm. I cannot undei stand how pubAll work warranted .uul promptly done. Balti- and spavined hone at ."J3.V1 u halt day. lic men can be so blind to the iutere&ts Church is shown in the most remarka- dent Buchanan, died Friday at old dii'.'oiu or punt for uuiIhiiu$ Iiojj alof the country at large as to pass such a ble order of Bishop Oihuour, of Cleve- more, aged SO years. He had held pond 'Ltike (ilimmorttlum in advertiseA paper called the Catholic most every oti'tce iu the gift of the peo- ment). Ht fifty cents an hour: lunch on bill. It is the most terrible blow that land. has been struck at the republican party Knight has been criticizing some of the ple of Maryland. verundu inot including motxiniux's bugs Tom Mulanv, whom Conductor and huts). Jl extra: use of croquet sett during its existence." Bully for Kutlier-ford- ! acts of that dignitary and in retaliation He does know a few things be- he has issued an edict forbidding Catho- Hance Hicks knocked oil" his train with fitly cents an hour nnd so forth I do lics to read it under pain of excommuni- lantern, when he made at him with a not blame the industrious fanner for tides how to raise chickens. cation. This doesn't bcem to be a fiee knife, attempted to board the next train making- liny while the sun shines but The Minnesota Supreme Court has de- country, at least tho (i,000,000 Catholics that came by Glen Mary, and falling when it roim-- j to advertising nice conn- sendtry boanl and then ysteniatii-llA cided that the upper berths of all sleep- do not enjoy much liberty. beneath the wheels, was ground to a ing all the tresh butter, eggs and chicking cirs running in that State must repulp. TT ens to the store to sell to the city people PnoiiiiiiTioN carried by neaily 500 in main closed when not in use. It In the first nine months of 1SU0, I drnw the line. Tho next time I want would be good for tne traveling public, Boyle Saturday, as was expected. Less miles of new railroad have been built nice country board I shall itny home." if the law prevailed everywhere. There than half a vote was polled, the colored in :50 States and on 2V2 dill'eren" lies. Detmit Free Press. la Receiving His is no reason in punishing an occupant of population as a general thing refusing to Georgia leads the list with "- -- m.les. Tin- (ilrl ultli tint Siillur lint. a lower berth by suffocating him take n hand. Every precinct in the The total construction for the year is esAre women growing iminnMi.' and to let the upper onedown county gave a prohibition majority, save timated to be 11,000 uiih f, against .'i.'.'CO That they are advancing there i.s no when there is no occupant is a species of Junction City, and that was very small reported in liSO. longer any question, but in the minds of Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give him a call. meanness that the law ought to correct. for the other side. The result wipes out Kev. Peter Roberts, of Scrnnton, Pa., men who have to deal with them there county en-- t sdoons there and places the of betraying a is n feeling that the finer odge, the subHon. John S. Wise is credited with rely on a dry basis so far as license is has been found guilty young woman and having an abortion lime teniininity. has become blunted aud saying, "Virginia will not go republican concerned. GO TO. ,,.. ... i s rapidly disappearing altogether , i.:..i. periormeu on ner. ne hiuuu m:i wk-la Madison avenue street car conthis year, noriinv other year, until with his fiock, who stucK manfully to ductor1 "I have to grab hold of three is dead." Malione, no doubt, is a The democrats of the ith Massachuhim till the proof showed him up in women out of every tivv and tour out of A-,WARREN'factor in democratic success in the Old i setts district, anxious to defeat the auS light. five girl.s that ride with me to keepthein Dominion, but she does not depend on thor of the infamous Force hill, Henry such unenviable Newman, a brother of Scott, from jumping oil and bieuking their Harrison the little repudiator for democratic vic- Cabot Lodge, aud fearing that they had bridge in necks. u MODEL. CSKOCISICY" naturally beloutfs to no man in tho district that could do it, jumped from the 11th street tories. Tho State 'They simply will not wait till the car Louisville and dashed his brains out, it ....W. the party of the people and but for a few have nominated Win. Everitt, a veiy !.. I.! 1. ...... nf ...r.rlli.1 U(fl. nf IIIIIWI . l"l" (Jetting on they jump into my ,v..,..t, tlw.ir un(l ,i, gentleman of HKU.ilireiaiiiK..i.U.u...... white renegudes an I the negroes, there popular and his brother s stm; they would be no republican party there. another district. If theysucceed in their produced by brooding over j,reparo to hte,, granite swindle. Few of them take kindly to backward laudable ambition, the honest and con- indictment for the The yard foremen of the Houston iV my cautious restraint, and there i.s Akteu trying standard time for a short servative of both parties will rejoice and Central railioad, at Houston, struck im,' for me to do but grab rhem by the while, Lexington has gone back to solar be glad. jt ' ") t0 'el " " because negro switchmen are employed "" time. Hwaga mistake to have made VI llllli.l ftU. fHMI tuu 1UUII llll.'lll UU. Although no steps that have been by the company in the yards. The the first change, which was Soon recogtirade ceases. As for thanks. am glnd Board of the Knights of Labor to escape Iwing scratched or kicked nized and corrected. Standard time will made public have been taken, we hear t not do for people who want to work in from good authority that for the name of has been called together and a genera'.-strik- e There is ono class of woim.n who always on the Huntington .system iu the attempts the miiiini.--h she wear? n the light. The difference of '22 minutes the thing and to give the candidate pres-tigKiilor hat and a shirt front, and has to at Washington with appointlnR pow- west is expected. slow in the afternoon brings darkness on er, some republican will be put up for The Harris Palatial Car Co. has en- be looked after." New York Letter by u o'clock in the winter. (iov. McCreary to knock down. Those tered the field of competition with the A Hot VutIur JoKx. The appointment of Dow, a Blaine most prominently spoken of are Gen. Pullman. The distinctive principle of One week when the thermometer was man, to the collectorship at Portland, V. J. Landram, Wood (L Dunlap and their construction is an arrangement for running wild one of our Main strt-o- t Me., baa greitly incensed Boss Heed, Itollins Burnam. packing the berths away under the merchants perpetrated a joke which Arc headquarters for who charges tint Harrison is without floor during the day and putting tho puzzled, if it did not alarm, tho-- e who The C.-- says that the con. con. will chairs in the compartments at night. consulted his glass to learn how hot gratitude or justice, considering the wonderful work that he has done for him. be in session till March 1. (Jood Loid, The car can comfortably lodge 21 and they were. He took the tube from a large "mustard thermometer .md fixed feed -' persons. "When thieves fall out honest men will deliver us. n Plows Hows! Plows! !Uiy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel get their dues" may or.imiy not apply to The decrease iu the bonded debt for it to the iKwrd of smaller steed one of NEWS CONDENSED the nune make, thus bringing uNotit a this little row. the first l!l months of the present admin- wild disagreement of the fluid iu the Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those- - no 1,410 an averA mother and two children were istration has been tube with the registration alongside of president surprised his Puritani- burned to death at Dubuque, la. The age monthly reduction of il0,827,07l. it. Peoph who consulted it were nn.uzed plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. ICvery plow warranted to cal friends by vetoing the bill passed by Dr. V. B. Cheatham was King and The foregoing figures 'relate exclusively to find that it was 120 degs. in the shade, do (ood work, or no sale Ask your neighbor. and Misr, congress, prohibiting Enid Yandell Queen of tho satel- to the bonded debt and not to the "debt but had to "believe their own eyes." in the District of ColumThey "never had known it so hot less cash in the treasury" at the various lites. confident that he bia. The nevurl" and actually teemed to C. T. Franks has been nominated by dates specified. The bonds were redeem- .1 would sign it, had already moved, hut the republicans for Oongress in the 1st i i .i :.t. .1 money feel warmer while looking at .i eil neiore iney weru mio miiii im; I would reupcitfiilly inform my ol.l Incn.N .mil until the joke was explained. Old Colthey'll come back soon, or sooner. Grover Cleveland left in the treasury, ony (Mass.) Memorial. district. n work at m ruMomer. Iiut I .ikumi 'Hit l.iruolu to ri'cem .in work in atnl wihiI.) JUaoi St.n,fu,J. Ky,i -- Charles McElwain is to die by elec- by paying for them at "Jo cents above the way nf cbnjiiR ui 11. affair. All inflammatoand Is addition to the highly . having J.., ,. ,8a,n., M(J n..trhnJrr. ..,e I oilier, A KIk lt.ittl.-i-A,..,, uuon tricity Nov. 17 for murder committed par. e ry and threatening speech of Finley beMtiKiH!l...nlthr mMo clam.. Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repair-- ' thi- Alio, lation for i.iyment mou-to- r n.t The boss snake is a rattler on The following are the newly elected in Brooklyn, N. Y fore the London convention, Dr. Nell, of J H OWSI.1.V, Quhir. ing. " ('0'1 by an in- officers of the Grand Lodge of Masons: exhibition at .). F Boltou'i store, in Idaho went republican i n , I ito'. Adair, got his back up ami roundly decreased majority. That's what she was Charles II. Fisk, Covington, Grand Mas- Amenrus-- Ga. Ilif Knalu shipie more than Alio rpptlrmi) Sswinu .Mailiinei, All l.o. V six feet ni length u'i.1 tn:i i;rv twvnt nounced the hotly for preferring I). G. Ol.l) admitted to Statehood for. ter; James A. McKenzie, Christian coun iiicnen in n ;.i.- - in;. ;e "Work Neatly and Prompt. 7 Dono Colson to him for district committeman. circtnu:er" Humphreys, who murdered ty, Deputy Grand Master; John Speed while bin catidin Ernest w ornn Ami Warranted by to A Bweet set are thew VIEETHERFORD HOTEL. i tmt his mistress, Dicey Miller, was taken Smith, Richmond, Grand Senior War-- j merited v.it'i f..n:t -- . i. ' besure. IIIOMAS RICHARDS, 'UiifurJ, Ky. : i:t . 1IUSIONVII.U-- , KV, The from the jail at Princeton one night last en, James ". Staton, Brookville, Grand ton Room up talr, OJ.I renown' limlilini;, entrance Louliwd on I'.i Junior Warden, John H. Leathers, nwl ttoor In P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. President Hakiiison is swinging week and hung. rv;.; During the week ended October i, isville, Grand Treasurer; Henry B.Grant, by Ai.pt around the circle aud casting an anchor after a livily to windward. He left Washington yes- 71 new business enterprises, 11 new rail- Louisville, Grand Secietary; Most Rever- knocked ld:-Having leased the ubove hoirl .;.. terday for Topeka, Kansas City and St. road companies and 8 new banks were end H. H. Coleman, Ixmisville, Grand mil Mr IJ tr I have removed my office to my reiiilcnce, oppo and Joseph T. Davidson, stntTe.l and firm;; r.p i i will be found Ht all Female ColleKt, wher Louie, taking in Cincinnati, Vincennes reported as having been organized in the Chaplain, ite OockI ,... HUOH RK1D. Livcrv and Samnl. M limei. . - , Louisville, Grand Tyler. " store. Southern States. and Terre Haute. W. F. WALTON. court in Louisville for sending on a postal card. Five men were killed by the explo question finally turned on the nf UionctciittinL'Oir a wutof the sion of a saw mill boiler at die walla, report in favor of the S. J a dun HERE WE ARE AGAIN Who ! will be the lucky one this time to get the HANDSOME PLUSH PARLOR SET 9 which will JAMES ' Chairs. Which consists of a Sofa, Divan, Rocking Chair. Easy Chair and 2 oth er With every DOLLAR'S WORTH GOODS you buy will glue you ticliet you entitlig you a chance m thai Jlanclsonic Plush Parloi i , BE GIVEN" .AWAST -- i he talk the town, everybody interested now iu things that are are ful, practical and necessary. like talk about "things" have sell or Winter know when they read about our for Fall inenis inai iney u not disappointed wiien they get our store, but' tet their monejfs worth time. Just now we're loaded the guards as varied, fashionable and elegant assortment of Fall and "Winter Dry OHRISMAS WEEK Clothing, Carpets, Roots. as was ever displayed house iu this section the country, and. our prices right now are lower than ever named for new and elegant our depart- any ments everything petty-foggin- g bull-doze- r are crowded from early morning till late iu the with ative buyers. Our line of Overcsats and are far the handsomest aituwu acre, ana wnai is more, iney are tlie ctass which a re siracle, as they are all the very latest productions. Don't miss those rea bargains are offering this and also secure as many tickets asanas u-cck SIMPLY BOOMING. LOUISVILLE sible on the Plush Parlor Set 10-- M THE STORE SAI.INfiKR, ' , J j'.lrmn mini--he- ")" -- , MR. TXXOS. DALTOWT, OF CHICAGO, S pow-wo- y I ALL k WATCH WORK I A. R PENNY. t ; 'c? '2 & Wtotft13gtt(tr - unnec-esariall- FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Ma-hon- e ...... i 1 y Ao . well-know- n ". L ,),,,.. .... j off-al- waya noth-Texa- s j ' Hx-ecuti- 1 I For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars Jelly Glasses, Scaling Wax. Etc. I o HIGGINS jyTKINNEY J. Hardware, Grooerie3, Stoves, Salt, Limo, Ao. I :- hook-makin- g pool-sellin- g bo-for- e; pool-seller- tin-glas- s TO THEJPXJBLXC.! 4111 ,11 ir.ft-siu- ITotice. ,, X-- ir. - R1 . '. spoil-hunter- s, . . i . ot-olli.- i' 58-- tf . I j . REMOVED! I 1 1 . T. 0 'aU "u(ira t M ilvJUtk mta mtmimUmMZMii thi Aibln'fiifia'riiK - 1 Mll,. .. dKjkA r"C k Semi-Weekly "HWJ 7 M V Inters tevf - Ca.n'aky IJiiiim for gale. r 8 George ior $10. Fnr- - Ciii.n Stanford, Ky., B.C.WALTON, MEANS Vk K. Octoiikk 7, 1890 s Mvt-ih- . T. ei.ro woitti n ct :H S. Fiik-i- i Dus.ManaRor BUSINESS. I at M. I". I'imi Thursday Klkui A Co.'f. haud'-oiiit- ' ntitl Saturday line new combination suits jnst reieiviHl. Severance A Son. Vbiiv A. I urn warranto!. A. II. Penny. Men's block iiirkcrw emts (only for Tun best plnre to buy drupe, patent $8.fl0 at Cash Hnrvain Store. Joe S. tnt'ilicineH and toilet articles is at A. 11. Jones. IViiiiv'h. Iii'Y your Beliool books, ink, tniletn. Tub Middlustoro Town Co.advurtiseg paper, peiieilfl and M'hool uppliefl of all its fall ftt of all lots to commence kinds from A. It. IVnnv. roniiy. Watch -i nnl jtnvelry repaired ami i- your neeountc. menu you of 104 pieies, worth $'2-'- , mn now olh,reriiiforj20. K S. iMyers. DlNNBit M-.T- - I Nov. 10th. PERSONAL Mi- POINTS. w visiting; - Fvnmi: mvui-- in I.ub-ano- ii. been rainy and warm for nearly a week, but fair and cooler wutuhei is proinlfcfd for m i. It has Mil vm Mr-- . from Louisville. Jas. Johnson are up waB I Foi: the best oods for thu least money, bo to the Mis n Uvlumi dny or two. I'.i i k.v up from Or.t Cah Ikirwin pAira of 1 oix, opposite I'ortman Honra. OXR HI MKKI silk-lined Joe s. Jones. Mm. I omsville Mit M .i' u nu yostenliiy. !). Mi's wont to Id IIwimv, of Monticollo, with ("V iiiMDnn, Mark Hardin. I Iono. Mi I'iikn .M ItonRRTs Iimh ruturuod Yoph taxes uinst be jhihI duriiit; the fi 'in .i visit to relatives in u W vhiikv mid ICC. Walton mouth of October. rinVrf they ai Hon It. C. nre nttcmliiii: the Somerset cirvnit court. percent, will be added on Nov. 1. T. U. Iu Avium Skum.ent and wife, of Nowlaml, 'heriil. HoploiisvUlo, urtf visiting bis mother, Yoi can buy I poumis of munltited Mrc nicont. aus-n- r for $1 and Arbucklu's coilue '25 rte. Mi Kiui M Clank, of Iky1e, wlo per wunl at thu Cah IJarnin toi. op.Mrs. A. U. ICastlnnd, HH8 10--t posite Fottmau lloii)-.'- . was JoeS. Jones. f. irnei! home. Dm. Hrih sa)s thai tho nero man Mk A. I. Kvnrhag reiitrnod from a Alex Walker, hoae bknil was fractnreii pruttui tin! riait to her ptirsttta at (innii. hy a club thrown by some miscreant d .ft-- . W Va. Mi-.- of Stnator !, ' from a train, will likeiy recover, with a IIki.knTiukmoxu, total low of iniiul and memorr. MMtinc Iter swtei, .Mis. John S. May. 1 m -- ladlea' khl bat pair, worth shof s toil, $2.25. Joe s. Jones, opposite I'ortman pr honorable means to secure bis nomine a c.sixr. j N menefi:e. tion, and they are directed to vote as a unit upon all" questions. That a copy of these proceedings be furnished the citv papers, the Courier- Journal am! IsTKiuon Jot. , with the The bt-- t kctci stock aiul i.i.vi.-.- t pre s n Cc.itril Kmtticky. refineii nnuff' be pumisiuu O. II. W pdille maile a short lut effec LV3IBBK, tive speech and was followed by Capi.. M. Boone ami the convention then DOORS, CEI2.S1XG, journed. The ciowd was a very on'erly SZilXGZJSb', I1I.JXI5S, SEIJING, one, being quite different from the Vti.iiv.lali and St.tirwork at c t, j,ricc recently held by the republicans. WOVEN WIRE & SLAT FENCE. The follow in- gentlemen werenppoint-e- d delegates to the e invention at Wc carry a full stock of every thing fuunrl in a Dr. W. Nortleet.S. M.Boone, J. W. Colyer, M. Warren, Henry Gose, FIRST-CLAS- S Davidson Brown, Jam a Brinkley, C4eo. Claunch, If. S Thomson, It. T. Dune-s-an- . Examine onr ('cs;;,'ii; and specifictiops before lYttin j your contract Joe Gunnel), J. It. Itichardson, J. for binMin" & MT.XI M.K, Sta'nfouJ, Ky FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. A. McKee, C. K. Colyer, J. A. Denl.am, Encene Lee taught of Wft Knd A.J. Watson, A. B. .Mastie, Sanniel3Iar-cuof partiesa cattle at and all other good democrats in tl e .1 05. J. S. KiNnniiK, Ch'n county. Hon. John Sam Owsley houirht of J. G. Hajl, Sec'y. Ben Hriirht, of (hirmn!. 24 innlo eolts at S67. Ana : ' ' ohi!lcV"- - -S. II. Shanks has bowsht of vaiions jeieie. ratMi f y le pi o i V M. S. nanshman sold to Jacobs, of F. 8. Ehi ' liiajiortisa. rh'ih i !' U pn Iloyle, a pair of yonr-ol- d ueldi ues for . ot Oxt it University I'r 5rt00. A revival, which has been hi progress for two weeki, t. at Clear Creek Hiiptist church, Iat Su.id.iy, with addition, 13 by baptism and by letter. Tho meeting' was conducted bv itev. W. K. .Mitchell, pastor, and J. A. French, of Mielbyville. Woodford Sun. -.- Mrs. N.J. Horton is very happy over tlie receipt of a letter from her son, 15 C. Horton, tellinu-- her that lie had the examination at a quarterly conference, been licensed to preach and briil preached his first sermon that niirlit at Speer's Ferry, Va. Crippled from ear- -' ly bo hood, l!en great credit for hi advancement am! his friends rejoice with Ins good mother in the profci-uiolie has adopted. ed 2-- J 1 iin-w- Stanford Lumber Yard, --? . 1 LATH, S.1S5, FLOOKIWJ, ion-yenti- jHiS'-e- - Manufacturers of Bar-bouivil- le n ICTMB3SH "ifAHJO. mm: m car-loa-d 1,500-poun- d r i Li-cel 1 i i s riiefM't the- fin HiiLHoiu MilN. CHlismi of Inl3vilto. ipont tMt and Mb I' watch ca cheapest with pretty Ialr 'iiur Uv am! All cradrs of introdtuod here. l of tli rleinitr movement at rH'k'bottom priced and Mixh M vttik Cox, who has been visit-nkMiarantee!, at W. It. ilcltoberta', The Mr I'okiH T. Courts, retnrnwl to Jeweler. (ireeiiilnin: yehterduy Mk. vm Mim. U hokum 1). WiumuJand Ik ruapoitoif to a ieqntl from thu con nine went to Somerset Stutirdny to visit litutioiMl cotivotttioii, .Mr. J. W. liny-deMr and Mrs. It (i. Hail. city clerk, haa furnisheil a statement Mins Anvir Rot tack yterily howius that the bonded iulebtllneas alt r . protract1! nUty in I.ouwrille and of Htanloid i? only fl.iOO, with caah and ( in innati Inlying millinery. other reeonrceis, cuniiltiis turnpike atooks Mh. W A. Moiikhlv i oirator hero .it par, aiuunutini! to f 1,350. Our Utc.-ar-u Uys in plct of .1. W. Adams, lor a only 2 cents on the dollai, the low liai cone hnm on u visit. wli'i twt in this Mn It C. Foko, enshlor of th London TiiR sad iii'elhgeiue of the death of Sunday to sen Minimi Ilink, wm her Mrs. John J. Brown, of .Mt. Vernon, 'utiiiiiiik' I'ttl" piec of femininity. v inlay. Sha was an exMil T. I. Waikkh, representing Uiu reached here I ex'iiL'ton b'litlur, was line Friday In cellent Ctirielinn, Ix'sidus belni; a tine business woman, a fact which she U.e interest of that enterprising paper. Mhs. I.u rev DrMM.un route from New demonstrated during her four years as Consumprk to Knoxvtlle, spent Jevenil days K)stmaster at Mt. Vernon. tion was the cause of her death. with her dniielittir, Miss Lnwrn MrAnal. - !t'rlr. F imsk, snliy sold-tllle- d set-eve- r fn-H'- m n, 'ni Tint eonit of claims convened yesterday, with Jnli:o Varnou and the follow-mi- : justices preent J. !" Lynn, Hnirh Seargent, . W. Ciirsnn, I K. Wells, Charles W Boone, John Bailey, M. H. Hooch, (J. W. Yoiinu', B F. C Brown, J A. Cbappell, M. S. Batin to It will take the court till iret through, though County Attorney.!. B. I'axton tell1 us that the amount to be Tux tmchtM'S weru hore nturdnv to pasMil upon will not xceel ;,0 draw their tllti.y lucre, ltohort 1. Dav-iWiikn- the trials of Jim and Tom Cain our Crah Orchard soribs, went home as did John A. were called Saturday, for robbiui: and !ealloadel v.itli it, burning Jim Carter's store, tho lattor Cbappell. Coi sii i Aimms was her Satnnlnv. was released And the case of Jim alone in mute to Liberty. He did not show investigated. As the witness, whoiliiiih-tu- l that she beard him make the acree-mon- t the slitfbtest soteneeu over hii defeat, hut Hatisrtttd withtiieunm-tuatioto rob tbestore, had been spirited fxpri"se! liiinelf of Wilson, andsiid that aftiu all away ami owiiiu to tbeditticulty in get ling witnesses to testify in the case, t was the very best tlntiirthat the there was nothing presented sutlicieiitly could have done. pointed to warrant his being held, and Judge Varnon accordingly discharged VICINITY. CITY AND Mih. Kihibu. DKxroN, who has 1mmi with her daughter, Mrs. S H. Itout, to her horn in Uarrar! Friday, aK'oinjmniod hy Mrs. Itont- It. .1. Hrimkivkiimik and Unbelt llntding.of Danville, wore lioto yestoi t ilay M'eiin.' after thdi cases for the begins on th.W Jim-dacourt, which lv. at the Colleut (i Kut-lema- ajt-ui- y. i, - n . I th ' i.i Oxford stTiUot of 147.50. yy AwNr-xIn n jWMjkjMBMeBBiBBBBU briuws about un mid ainenl For Sam-- , 51 mnle colts, 43 of them conhince is said to be n Uv 'i IrShwResp-aimares. Mclloherts i Ilrlscoe, Shelby Mary and for City. CaAtorln cures Colic, ConMlpatlon, It. W. Collier bonuht 1.2U0 sheep in "CaKtorla b so well adapted to children tliat As the law of Aberdeen ivquiiwl it. n LniLtation, Sourhtomaih, I Itaa superior to any prescription Fa'-- t Tenneseue at S3.50 to; I. . and promotes dl Richmond cnb driver was Kills Wonus, j;Wi-Vnow n to me " H. A Anciihn, Jl D, portion. Hoglstor. and fined fiv shiliuiK-- oi three days 111 So. Oxlonl St , Brooklyn, N. Y. Without Injurious medication. Thomas Mc.Mwrry ha- liouuht 112 imprisonment for Ktiinking a pip" on !n Tne CurTAi'R Courm, 77 Murray Street, X. Y. slop cattle at 3J and :! cts., and 535 hoirs cab. not while driving u fare, bnt he wa tandinyr on the lookon fm one at 3 cte. Anderson News. municipal law and r dilations It F. Hill bought oi Jake Kimber-lai- n By the of Abeideen the smoklug ot a piie by a sii flheep at an average of a fraction cnb driver is n criminal offt nje "rt- .- I Ninon Fnterpriee. over .' .' a Davis the leaf tobacco Philo IVnOeld. of Shelby. N V.. when deaiei yi Mason county, made an assign-mn- he went to the war a beardl-- ) 'kv . ent . hmi-llbnt it Aasd Jk JL HL JL Liabilities $72,000, assets valued his best irl a picture of & was lost. He recently saw hit name in at $100,000. n Hat of letters aicnuinlated m the dead II. C. ltaker, special commissioner, lettei "(Bee during the war He em toi . r. win sen me Williams (arm, on the parcel, and to the now old m.m the Haiismu Fork, in this contain young picture brings n flood of iiieir. ries ing 3551 acres, on the premises, Niv n. of other days. Itobby Beach, ow net! by Mr Heacli, I, ti .siut.l.. .AiGrtnc ( 'nlfm-nli- . itflilllt& of Beach A Bowers' mlustre!. that play-- 1 fUj hoj)oy t.rop by tlw twwm tl,as. Rmi ed heie few nights ago, won tho ? vear bee keejiers And a good profit when exold stake at mile and "Oyaids, tracted honey" commands no more than in 10 over six starterti four or five cents pet pound. id comb A F. Mobeily sold to liec. Vaughn honey seven or oisrht cents 1 his year, a 2 year-olstallion for $200, to Mi. however, the honey yield is hgbi have been few and nectar vacnnu Burns a pair of mules for ?lt0 and a young gelding for I45 and to Charles As nenr as itnn lo discovered fiom the Orman a mare for Si 75. ovidence, the projoct tor .Mr .John D li. P. .In mes shipped .Monday to O. Itoclteieller to fouml a $20,000,000 uni S Smith, Lynville, Tenn., 15 head of cotvorsity has been seriously conMleiel by vi ton otls at $57. Isaac Terhune A Son a number of other xarsons. but Mi Rockefeller himself has not been in it. have deli vetol 10 butcher hogs to W. so to say Th.s was quite an unfoitu-natS Brewer at I 10. Ilnirodshurg Say omission. pugs. ( diver Dairy maple.tlie bonanza w heat The following notice is posted on the grower of North Dakota, has a wheat main sticet at Athcnn, Oie : "To my crop of 150,000 bushels from 25,000 acres, neighbors If my spring chickens are (average IS bushels) which graded, as ' disturbing vour gniden kill them an J out m tho far as threshed, hard ami rest eat them. Don't pile them John alley to become a nuisance. No. Northern. J. W. Adams ha1 traded his farm of S3 in res, on the Lancaster pike, which N'KW Al)VEUTlsKMENI' was a Iverlised for public sale Oct. 11, to Henry Hester for his 00 acres on Dix S aW SP 9 ltiver for ;1,00 to boot. Mr. Adams bel.l lnsat ?,00 and Mr. Hester at I otl St.000. The advertised sale will now, of forsale privately the Htnry llfi(r firm Watch Inspector L. & N. Ii. R., dealer in- of6o acrt tf bottom UnJoa Dix Kicr, i Hires course, not be held. mud in wheat up6 and til nht hihnce in gn ho dwWIIng h rooinn, thtre it a new barr C. L. Meyiick, of Virginia, shipped iSTi-nt-w. n ZWP 1 'JJLL' VJ.t KOihI well bnc orchard and tencin; ncaily m w I 141 anil two from here vesterdiy 10 nobby New balance in ,r r lrm, half cah,nut Mid will ono for rent years WlYl lt iv i r C.PI uni .T.r r; 1 i a. .v a be t j with interest. It vTMS.3 Yoi k Middle hort-e11. Hudthat Lytic jiven January l, t3ai J W. A UAXIS, Stanford, Ky son hail bought in this and Garrard Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done All Work Warranted. counties ranging fiom $200 to $275. The averaged $250. J Trait Troos For Sale Chsap. C. V Monte Fox sold this week to C. C. t.ra;o inet Fox 35 head of yearling feeding cattle, and ha arice hit of Aple 1 ric,raiiirg.for wle I will take old gold or silver in exchange ior ;joods. (Stanford, Ky.) il my on Knpteir Apple lre is cinfi eah and other-- , in piopor-tio- n averaging l,0s0 pounds, at cts., said to iih to Liokr "it Ptht hninit MMPSUN, ' be the best bunch of feeding cattle that ftj im Stanford, Ky C-A IH bus come out of Wayne foi some time. Advocate. p--lll i 1 1 patties .11 mole colts at an average of remuil)erl t'..t s lie; - i ". Cowden-Clnrke'- s v Infants Children. d pron-outed- hlw-- - e '. t. J? JL JL J$ Our 1 1 -- Stock is About Complete In flow-el'- s d -- -- 1 rSJl & Winter Weights o SUITS, OVERCOATS and PANTS. STAGG & McROBERTS. one-thir- d 1 Farm For Salo. ROBERT FE r. it r m. 1 m nrttrn M6i: r, a m .. nun wrror mi Ill ! -- 1 6,-t- f car-loa- d I . 1 1 UNK v t Salvisa 17, Harrodsburg IS, Danville 20, Nicholuiwllo 21, Lancaster 27, Mt. Verphotographs at I wn.i make cabinet non 2S, Mclvee 20 and ltichmond Nov. ner lo..!ii till Oct. 20. Now'a yoiir '!. Speaking will commence at m. i chiinri'. A. J. lOarp. A fair division of time will bo allowed '" r r 0 Kit :i,0tH) were ail out by Superin-- t any candidate for Congress udetit of Schools, W. F. McClary, to CHURCH AFFAIRS. teachers Satimlay la t. tr tt Itev. It It. Noel began a protracted Cm i. and cMiiinne my meeting as North Boiling Folk last ) chinchilla overcoat, men's. Joe S. Jones, night. opposite the Port mini House Itev. Ben Helm and A. C. Sine will of represent the Preshvteriau church here I.vsTKvn of follow nig the old custom issuing invitations to tho "opening, I, at the Synod in Covington this week. The hour of meeting of the Chris the Main Street Milliner, will make FriSaturday, lOand 11, special days tiati F.ndeavor Society has been changed day ami p. forshovving now shapes which will arrival back to 0 m. by an nhno'st unanimous vote. The meetings this month w ill be during the season. I cordially invite the of the Presbyterian public to call and examine my stock. in the basement church. Mrs. Katio F.lkin. ast evening. 1 Pulaski Ocmocrats Endorse 0. H. Waddle OcroBRK 25. I'nder the impulsion ' sets at Mark Hardin's. For Congress. thnt yestenlay was our county court day, A l a meeting of the democrat' in mass i kinds of foreign and doiut-ti- c Gov. James B. McCrearv came all the convention nsnembled at somerset on fruits at S. S. Myers" way from Washington to '"peak here, ar Saturday Oct. 1th, Hon. J. S Kindrick , but aftercoiisulting with riving at 1 was callud to the clinir and J. U. Hail Hi HD-- r cash puce paid for hitieH and friends and considering the sbort notice was elected secretary. Upon motion of furs. M. K. Klfcin fc Co. that had been given of the speaking, he Capt. S M Boone n committee of live, Nu vat and freshest French candies the decided to go to Richmond, and left on vi7 s. M. Boone, Matthew Warren, Dr the early K. C. train. It was agreed, W. Noilleet, B. V. Smith an 1 James Colmaikft allordsat S. S Mvers' though, that he should speak here at a yer, were appointed a committee to draft KLhuwT line ladies' ami misses cloaks later date, and Saturday, Oct 25th, was resolutions, who reported the following. kets. Severance v Son. and ja fixed upon. The governor was in line BtMM v hi. By the democracy of Pulashealth and spirits and spoke very en- ki county, that we approve of the call of WiNThH, to tnule brick for a heifer couragingly of the prospect. He is dead a convention at Btrbourville for the purand sell several sows and pigs. W. !" a candidate sine that the democrats will have the pose of nominating Congressional for Con-gies- s Itanisey in the 11th district next House by a good majority.iu wiiich on the 0th hist. A 1'oktm v.v, Casey county men, event we learn from numerous Northern Uin We denounce the passage of the tarifl have opened a batcher shop on Ijiiicih-te- r papers his friends will urge him to be- bill recently passed by the Senate and come a candidate for Speaker, for which House as one among the most infamous street. measures, forced upon the position he is lilted both by nature and and HiiqiiitniiH shameless methods people by the W i.NTfciu-5,- 000 doen eggb at 121 cts training. ed to by the majority in power, and nt tho Cash Bargain Store, opposite I'ortHon. J am t B. MChkk, democratic against tlte protests ot the democratic man House candidate for Congress in this district, minority. Wo further denounce the rulto will apeak at Tayloraville Oct. ll.shelby-villu'B- ings and unprecedented usurpation of A ifcitow niiiiii'd IVtiee, too drunk power on the part of Speaker fteed as Mt. Kden 15, Lawrenceburg li, being a departure fiom the give his first name, was lol-'- d in jail m m S, time-honored Vw line of Klawwaro and ehamlnti bill). I ITotico. hoein) and ufner.il year-- .' eprienre in h.irn il.opwork and am lull) pripaf-- luJoni) kind M - race nor t ind trcttei ShoeitijworV ijivnme aspoually ine i trial JOHN' MIICIIEI-I.- , 6 4t Mriuli .ho.) Som. rset f.trei-1- , St i ifcrd treet btaiilord, nnl am lie prtpand to do all I have had ,. klndt or HI ACKSMIlliINC have renl.-- th Peter Stra')l o n Somer-r- t CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS JuHi Hcceivcfl, Also A ie I. M. 1SKUCK, STANFOKD. KY. SPECIAL A'l fr.N l IIN to COMM KKCIAL Morten and mules bought and sold hornnd vehicle, used in lltry line of Pavlov Lamp of the La test Designs. Glassware, Qitcensware and Tinware Kr,it ill ' k Cniintrx I'r id t.l-- - c'i.u , rurgu 'v MIvRE travclits Only hrt-cli HAHBX3ST. DRUGS and JEWELRY Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, FABM FOR o--tf S.&.XE. privatily our farm known a We olftr for the (Seorpr Anderson pla , M mill' from Huston ville on the Liberty pike, . outlining 43 acrc, Call eilvater-- d j;ood dtelllKR of t r ma ind 011 or .MiItiNs us at 11 nuit, rv HI lis, l.lilV MARY KI.LIS Jewelry and Silverware. ITBV7tmii-hiH - " J-"- , all-wo- principles always recognized hy such I line iry m v s,lw Villi on tin men as Lincoln, Grant, Oarfielda'nd othn Si i t ir liikc jnnl-.t- i ii'i prrpared er leading men of the lepiiblican party l,fuini-SUIN'CJI.KS, k ml Mill M) II the luin wo approve of the course pursued ,U ,at Un. I M l'kl( I s I n That ' .'en CJivi. f r n by our representatives in Congress and bir it tl V, n Vn I'o-- t " P KV me nr if dis rimiiiatiou among men who deI IN' ' serve so much praise at the hands of the may be tolerated, wesay with pride people Carlisle" in his fight that Senator John against a high protective taut! stands nt the head of the lint of American stas-men- , Ai-.bT L!de&9 ami the gratitude of the wholcl.ov eminent is due him for the bold alu manful light he has niadeiu behalf o of the country, f the sulleriug AIAKESjOTH Thht we, the democrats, denounce t'"' M attempt on the pait of the republicans in Congress to pass the bill known as the S LABOR Force bill, thereby undertaking to de- LESSENS PAINED Tn LIFE ru prive the States of their lawful ami r rights. DIMINISHES W.u-- 1' aMOTHER That the delegates from this county be instructed io cast tho vote of the same T"MQTHER8 muuanu in said convention for our fellow citizen, 0. 11. Waddle, for Congress and use all IRADFIELD StlMMfAU I I I SAW MXLJ. -- HAMFDURnilroad WAfOH, The Best Watch. o6- era I rt 13 O O o c 3 c. I 1 .2 u a. EL " n J-- . .1 V 1 .A1-- O t. a fix-paye- riV..m nlLU Mm llflfc ltt.Il fKiw" PJSY n.'inRitNS o O U) I n c y u E. V o -- 3 3 O c a. 9 n o E O o U o B time-honore- d B.H DANKS, Jewoler, J S WELLS, I'h a PreecGllc: ' child MoHOB2SKTS, W. B. MiriStrt r,Cpp. Coint.lloiKf, MANKOKD, Ky v - 5Sr3B ivTrnffr . . ':. Semi-Week- If ly rV Interior Journal r When I GE7TIN' 1 ON. Published Everr Tuoadfiy n.nd AT Friday $2 PKH -- 'JCVl.iy ADVAXCE o paid Whin not S2.5Q will be charged. wu2 rwiknneil putty giy: I had my lllngnt everything In a ruiickiu'. cottdli way Hut tinu-- s hivettmupolr altered Since hiM) years ngx This ntf of stenm .in' things don't J win somewhat younsrer Like the age 1 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at at 7 00 a. m , returning Vour modern Innovations Don't suit mo. 1 confess. As did the naj s of the Rood ol' Hut I'm nettlti on. I iuess I usJ to know soin iays sJPm L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. M ait train going 1 North .1 Express 6- North S.?3Pm South The latter trains alv carry passengers. Solar The above is calculated on standard time. time it about to mmutesfter Local Freight train" " South South North tiopm "HV 37 set on the pkuza An' hitch round with tlio sun: Sometimes inajlinp, I take a nap. Waltln' till scliool is done An' then I tell tin- - children The things 1 done In youth. An' near as I can (ns a venerable man) I sitel. to the honest truth Iiut the looks of them 'at iuten Seem Mimetlmes to express see! The ivtnote hl-- e that I'm sono-j-- cu Out I'm gettlu' on, 1 guess get up In the mornln' An', nothln' else to do. Heforv the rest are up nn' dressed rend the (wipers through I linn around with the woman All day and hear 'em tnlk. An' while thoy sew or knit 1 uw Tlw baby how to wallt; An' somehow I feel sorry When they put away his dress An' cuts his curls C'oause thayV tike n girl's) I'm gettln' on. I gu)j I 1 ' ' , RICIIAKD C. WARREN la Cindidite Olfice f- -r ex.! ffePcmocrVu s "it- -r of the S ate of party f Ir. A. S. PRICE, Mm, sTRGEOV DENTIST. s. i i on Mam strr.- -. Ding oxer w . 1.. atanferd. . ti.l ..I R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. 1. D. D. S. i- - "stairs on Main stre. opposite- - Portinan House, ,;ien for painless Ni'ro,.ss.de 'sTAXFORDjKEyTUCKV. DR. W. 1 B. PENNY, Sometimes, nltli twilight round me. 1 5.V. or seem to see. A distant shore where friends of yoro Linger and much for me Sometimes I've heereil 'em calHn' So tenderlilcu an' low That It almost seemed like a dnttra I dreanwd. Or an eolio of long ago An' sometimes on my forehead There falls a soft enreis. Or the touch of n hnttd you understand I'm gettln' on. I guess. Chicago New a Dentist. j. J. ALLEN crSce recently Office South side Ma..i street, in Ky. vawted by;Dr. I.. F. HutTiuan, Stanford. U. F A l" WOOD A VERY OLD FRIEND. fV H I lind just come out of the poatoffice, when I caught sight of a fnce that seemed ATWOOD, ALLEN familinr to me. It was that of a man of about :: own age. with bronzed featEGEKTS. ures and h somowliat attenuated figure. REEL A3 1 wtis trying to recall when and where City, Tenn. had seen him before, our eyes met, and JAS. G GIsENS. I immediately perceived that our recogWM.AYRES nition had been mutual: for he came toward me with a frank expression of pleasure anil held out his hand, saying, Attorneys at Law, "Hello, old fellow, who'd have thought don't know why 327 Fifth St., - - Louisville, Ky. of feeing you here':" he said this, and of course I don't atRuilding. Shrese tempt to defend it, but it is a stylo of r address affected by some men who nro FRANK MAHIMON. JAS.G. G1VENS. as profoundly astonished if they meet you in it restaurant a's if thoy had run GlYEKS across you in the mines of Siberia. I REAL ESTATE, felt a little bit annoyed at his want of originality: however 1 smiled pleasant - ly and faid ns shook bauds, "Well, if Town Lots, Coil, Iron uJ Timber LanJs bought you come t' that, who'd have thought or sold 011 Commission. Correspondence of seeing you here?" solicited. We stood opposite each other for n few seconds: I simpering somewhat emptily nature and strugTHE CQmiBRCML HOTEL at the to recallof our greeting he with his his name: and gling head slightly on one side and an exJ. 1! OWENS, Manager, - Kentucky. pression of courteously suppressed amuseHarrodsburg, ment on his face, ns if my presence on r.f the postofflee was one of hotel taken charge ct this popular every the steps I have and intend to run it iu a first. class inauncr in rem those inexplicable freaks of chance for respect, It i being papered and painted which it is hopeless to seek to nssignnny top to bottom, the badding is being renovated and comfortreasonable law. I gavo him a few everything done t m'--: it pleasant and surpass-cd able for guests. The tabi- - shall ""er be seconds to digest his astonishment, and J. B. OW trb. by hetclain this section. then, feeling that the silence was becoming a little embarrassing, I said "Well, what have you been doing all this time" "Well," he replied, "I'vo been in Australia, you MT. VERNON. KY. know." "Oh, ah!" I ejaculated, as if it still maintain liotel'is This old and had for a moment slipped my memory; SpeCharges reasonable. Ing its fine reputation. "why, you went there" and I hesicial attention to the traveling public. tated, as though calculating tho exact Al. P. NEWCOMH, Prop., "Threo years Mt. Vernon, Ky, day of his departure. S3.tr. ago " he put in shortly, "and quite long enough, too." THE ran over in my mind my acquaintance Co. of three years ago, but could recall no trace of a recollection of my now comOF STANFORD, KY panion, so, to gain time nnd to gather askod, "And what lsncwfu ly organized and nady for uiismos with fresh information, sort of n time havoyou had?" "Oh, much 200,000. about the same as before," he answered, Paid up Capital of 13,500. with a slightly puzzled air. Surplus, . 1 candidly admit that the sensible SUCCESSOR loTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL thing for me to have done would have RANK OK STANFORD, been to own up and admit thnt had (Now clotting up) with the mine assets and under forgotten my friend's personality. Unthe same management. Ity provisions of it. chaiter uepositors Me as fortunately, I am one of those painfully National fully protected as aiu depositors constituted people who shrink with nervHanks, its shareho'dets being held individually of their stock ous horror from anything in tho nature liable to the extent oi the amount therein at the par value thereat, in addition to the of an explanation, and, in addition, I felt amount invested in smUi (hares. It may net as had gone too far to cry off withexecutor, administrator, trusttc, Ac, as fully as that an individual out some appearance of sincerity, BeTo thoe who entrusted their huismess to us while mnagini; the Lincoln National Hank ol sides, he seemed to congratulate himself Stanford, vc we here tender our mnnv thanks and so warmly upon what he insisted upon trust tlicy will luntinue to transact thuir business looking on as our providential meeting guariintce for prompt attenwith us, olfenng tion to same, our twenty years' experience in that my lips were sealed hnd 1 felt conbanking and as liberal accommodations as arc firmed in the idea that if I let thing with sound banking slide a little longer his namo would reIMKRITORS. cur to my mind. J J Will iit. Mt. Vernou; J M 11.. Sluilurd: lie had slipped his arm through mino J s f i" o'cv, S"anfnr!; as we walked up town, with an easy t.ry. alanfrK-df h l.nn tsnl rJ; sense of good fellowship, and said: "Of mIIc; A 'A t'.iriwiiiM. Miilnl course you'll dine with me this evening. J K. lUuhman, Husienvillc; ttaiifurd; II . ..(' '".cLi, htanfnrd Ky Now, don't you say you are engaged," ho added, as I hesitated for an instant be- .t t S. II Mm Onslev C.isiirr J tweei. my desiro to Lave more of my companion and my disinclination to dine under false pretences: "you know they'll be awfully disappointed If they hear I have met you and let you off without a long talk and 1 join thew Vy asVl felt constrained to consent against my better judgment and added, in a COMPANY playfully solicitous manner, "And how are they all?" "Oh, they uto all tiptop all except the colonel, after a pauso nnd with a slightly subdued air: "1 don't think he has over quite got over that affair." rejoined, shaking my head "Ah," l sympathetically, "one doesn't get over IK that sort of thing iu a day: but the & ESWTE Johnson 1 AYRES fc'GIVENS. 1 tot-y- HfflMOE -- Pinevillc, Kentucky. lot-yr 1 J m NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. 1 Farmers BanM Trust , -- 1 1 111 1 There are JV widows drawing pensions eeniitivouMs to ray pood opinion, nnd his fingers as I rejoined warmly. from the government because their huspressed "I never heard any one speak otherwise bands were soldiers iu the Kevolutfona-ry'Wu- r. than highly uf his conduct in tho mat-tor- .' The oldest o( them is Mis. Nancy llains, of Knoxvtlle, Tenn., the He stop'XHl and said shortly: "Why, widow of John Rains. She is now in her who knows anything about it? 1 lSth year. On account of her great age thought you nnd 1 had it all to she receives a pension of of ;"H) a month, which is more than that received by anv r")j. VTeSy'lsrSAfl5slV'' "Yes. yes." 1 faltered, ai d added, fvSSSv Th "you know you have been other Revolutionary pensioner. n.vay for some time, old fellow." number of them decreases every year, It did not seem to fit in very well: but and but few will probably be left at " isTsW hoaccepted it as an argument, and said: the close of another decade. Pittsburg "There is something in that, but don't Press. Twerty miles the Shortest t lot people talk about it. I know he reTlio Finest on Earth lies upon you and me." Hamilton A: Dayton R R i The There was something so touching in the onlyCincinnati. line running Pullman's Perilled "safelv Making direct c nntctions in Central L'tnoo dethe reliance of this unknown thnt a glow Vcstibuled I'ruins, with Chair, Parlor, Slrpin pot for between Cincinnati. In of sympathetic affection wanned my dnd Dining Car scrvue and is the on!) tine Chicagu Ianapolis and St Louis, Michigan Points, Chicago Puro llcitming Chair Cars between CinThroit-heart, and I resolved on the s'ot that Cleselalid. Drtroit, II.IUlo, cinnati, Keokuk and Springfield, III andMeeping tndisnapolis and tbr West, his confidfiice should not bo misplaced. Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the A Crf nn t ir'er ' .c Canada, New F.nsiabt. Histt.ettcf 1 Como what might, the secret of that old all in It iv nuig u gtl immct.t Re Only Dlroct Lino New man's life should never be betrayed by Hetween Cincinnati, Davton Lima, Toledo, De- port An, Washington. me. Others might make it a subject of troit, the Lake Repions and Caaada. the Slate ol Plnlaileli hia, Ilaltur.re. The road is one of the oldest in ukest ume Hatr Frvik.firt club govMp or ton table tittle tattle, but Ohioand the on line entering Cincinnati over 15 1ULEY MOUSE, t"i Rulnnjinl, to IRl.INIA Sh rf.t Ky can no word of mine should add one drop to miles ol double track, and from its past record aud l.iuickc.t line tn speed, comfort F. 13 RILEY. Proprietor, the cup of bitterness that had been more than assure its patrons safetv 1'icket'. on sale everywhere, and see that they placed at his lips. There are 'Usages in - Kentucky. London, I) or out of Cincinnati, cither the lives of all of us which we would read C , II Aor Toledo. in Indianapolis I hase mned my S did Trams, bagaec c irs, smakin cars and H.ttl mil am hettei E. O MiCOKMICK. wish to have buried in oblivion the co.nhes. Pullman II with innrt.i jctom misdate tbt public out change m Chatun it Mpcrt tht uuhM,erid General Pasten(er and 1'n.ket Agent deiooit Literv altai hrd andetcry convenience thoughtless follies of youth, the unoca, Ilirmiligbam, sired Cue nie a nil. lions en toule for Knox, tan makinx direct tonne, worthy ambitions of manhood, and the FRANK RII.EY. 77 Bucklen's Arnica Salve stile, AshesilU, Lync lilurc and pcints in the selfish jealousies of old age. Who is for cuts, bruises, The best salt e in the world there that can stand up and say there is sores, ukers, salt rheum, fever sores, titter, chapall sail, vruji no opisode iu his life ho would not have ped hands, chilblains, lori.s and HO pay reouir GROCERY. tlon and nosini cures Diles. or At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Wnmmg expunged, forgotten or condoned? ed. It is (ruarauteed to cie perfect satisfaction, And HOVRDlVrt HOUSE Ion, Charleston, Augusta, Macnn, Sacannan, refunded Trice 15 corns per box. We hud turned into a restaurant for a or mone) A R Pennv, Stintord, Ky tlranswick. Lake City. Thouiass ill aud I Loll I by Cofp I hate a Kill line uf frh l.rocerie. and Remem- DA points line bit of dinner, and those thoughts Missed Kor sale tions nnd the hnrM Cum and Tot.4i 'The only with I sell only t .r cssh. or prM. r through my mind as we ate our fish. My ber that tint Pullman fljudmr runlnir solid trains Cars i chi e l .r I'al.ie SlnrMnr Morit Wins. ti a Restaurant In conntctwu Am ..' son vlllc without change lor any class of passercompanion Hindered sadly for a few sec(Hve s to our utiteus that for years ve keep boarirs it scry reasonable rate or oegg ae Wedeireto onds, nnd then, slinking himself together hasebeeu oiling Ir King's New Discovery for rac a call and be convinced that I willdnyou Hi hi. Sen Selma and ilonlgomery, Huntsvitle, l"e slur, Rowland J W CARRIER S) in, Dr llorcHse. Memphis and ARKANSAS points as though to throw off an unpleasant Cotisumpliuti,Salve Kings New Lift Pill. Buckand KIcLttic Kilters, and hasr Snort! sn.t quickest t Annisluii Sclma, Mo train of thought, said, more easily, len's Arima remedies that sell as woll or the bile Dnrrt rnnnrc imns made 11 N KM 11R never handled C. A. BENEDICT & CO., We do I.KAN'S wit I. .Mit omuit us transfer for tsjset a satittactt. "Now. tell me about yourself, your wife have given such uuisersalfhem every time and we not hesitate to suarentee IIcsikd, Austin, and family." aund read to refund the purchase price if These Well Erillers & Pump Adjusters, results do not fohow thoir use Before I had time to reflect upon what TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. remedies hae won their great pnpuUwit) purel) TAN KURD. KY might be the result of my disclosure on their merits A. R Penny. Druil he ot.Iy thratitrt In t I lackso amM ickt'iuig, m blurted out the simple truth. "I have no .lire. Wells drilled to order and Pumps turmshed at sntevet i.s makingDallas r Hnppy Hooslora without omniKnt transfer ;vife." factory prices. IrtW.ti'i. iVusim ban Antrim., I Poso and pcuitsin Timmons, postmaster ct Idavillc, Indiana, Wm. He looked intensely surprised ns he writes "Electric IliUers ha done tiiorr for me ' TEXAS, wuu: near teiiow I am very sorry. than all other medicines coiubibed, for that iad' ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. I never heard" feeim; arising Irom kidney and liver trouble. I". thr..'i(h ni Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same place. John i.'rr.t n.mty mat s srd lull kid He paused inquiringly, nnd again the call 01 Asnit.it Inn- ipn t itv, Kv ml nmjii snrs "Find Electric Ililteri to befeel bestanew like 1' J or j Jutes, made me iri'ij It t ft t .! I in " ell ,Mp medicine, t ney and tht blurted out, "1 never had one." rltNk (l I r. ,!...I. K" 1 It " J. V Gardner, hardware vstchant. same 1'jss m an p n tl . A look of extreme Niin spread over his man says "Electric Hitters is lust the thin fir work in k i;ii imrr c, t ll'.K-fc- i ! I HW VKD town, don t care w I'l At One Dollar a Foot. A I A face as ho heard this. He leaned across a man who is all run c!o n and new strength, ncth irco.l fl er he lues or dies; k table, and laying his hand on mine appetite and felt justhe found had a new leaae on tho like he S.MIIH MM said, with infinite sympathy: "I see it hie Onl jc a bcttle at A. R Penny's drugstore 1 ought all. not to have asked yon. ILST Forgivo me. old fellow, nnd forget that ii Farmer Unigucedu iwarninglyi I have said those words." DILLION SWITCH. K "There be njliornets' nest in the tiee, I gave him a clammy hand and turned ijuslni-"rive- d Dealer In "tJ.cv vim MwAisma Cwcsco Rt ;"--" away lest ho should detect the conscious voting ladies?" Miss Melropole "Oh, wo won't Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Cap fiom New York guiltiness, of my face. I had become confirmed in a suspicion thnt had been disturb it; we both love birds'" A Hoots, Shoe, CI thing, II .tilis ate iljeens gradually dawning upon my mind that ware Tinware, rurnit re and a I.ea.uig t ih Yournolf. A Duty to 1 had never set eyes upon my host be1. . ....Mr.tn-that tiobl will Use a common. Concral Lino of CrocorSes, fore that day. and that I had been car- ordmart pill when he can lecurc a valuabW Kng LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Dr. Acker's ried away by some inexplicable chance lishone for the same money sick headache KajlUh All (,.r Ks. .IS t'r 4 e ana ail Daily, Secures j Travelers, piUsareaposiluc cure for resemblance to some remote acquaintI' lie er troubles Thev are smj'l, sweet easily taken ance and by his own apjmrent cordial a.ic do not grip, for sale by A. It I enny iTHEMOST RAPID ROUTE recognition of myself. There were no Can't Sloop Nights trow a blinking tho facts, however. Everybody 1. .- aiuM of thousands sutfertne Kset attempted between ire jreat temmer tai th cities on the nhw Riser An.l Chicai;i, ard hence that he mentioned was a total stranger ma. consumption, coughs, etc. Old you ever tr tSe fattest time and most comfortable trams 'beIt is to me. while every incident that I men- Dr. Acker sKntsllshRemedjtroubles. the Sold prej a p. mi. m the Smith, or t" the West ao4 tween ou aration known for all lun N rihwesi 1 e cutinterpart of this train n al I enn tioned with u view to drawing him out positive guarantee at 15c and tuc by A. R trunk I. ites it denominated 1 he Limited Ksprrss seemed to find his mind n blank. 1 he . i.rrb stock we employ fives pair as I nliimted t omlurt A Child" Ktllod. My solo object now wu- - to extricate 3i53 y M. " n, gi Mono sad stick to . ,i,,i.,ULillllrj the use Ol 0matuS1IlM.11 il myself from my false osition without .tu.Mri. v...... want save ntoae) and have a plesssaat j.uir ic A etfrririr Why Bothers gut in the form of soothing syrup got absolutely and detection. children su;n deadly poison is luprin .. k involved in fable nnd falsehood, ihnr aU.. .. ral mvm 1IS child of Its peculiar It and after having thus lightly taken away troubles hy using Dror Acker's Baby Soother K morphine sold By A HVKKI.R. (. P A,Lhiiau. Ill contains no opun . . Tl-- . . iUL.ss. sv 1 thugood name of the supiwsitiou3 mother Penny "rW McKOHI.RTo Agi ,Stai.for.l of my children a sort of despair tool: posWo Can and Do OH umutuiv DirHurvl session of me. nnd a wild desiro to uvoid fiuarantee Pr Ackers Hlood hlisir, tor it has r TAVsTLN DVimHO CHAHGt Q CRLKT been fullv demonstrated to the people ol this coiin exposure or explanation at any cost. rv that it i s ipenor to all met preparations for TO"WOMAN"7 J500K Tho dinner was good, the wine excel- blood diseases It Is a positive care for syphilitic lent, and my host geniality itself. We poisoning, ulcers, eruptions auduglily nP.,lil up the BRADFIEIO RESUIATDR CO. ATLANTA GA. ties the wiole system and thor sat late ami uranic treeiy, ami over our constitution A. K. Penny "HIT'JO c;itvs.s KOl'TJC 1 blush to thinkof the people I marcups Is Ltfo Worth Ltvlnfr? Tlio BliortoMt and Quickest Itouto from ried, tho old friends I bun ed, nnd tho iro through the world a dyspeptic Not if Contral Kontucky to nil polntu North characters I took away. But he would Dr. AckeryouDspepia Tablets are a positive ur s Ettnt, Wst and t Faut have news, nnd what was I to do? Much for the worst forms ol dsspepsia. indigestion, -t y Llnobetwuun LoxtnRton and Cincinulency and constipation. Guaranteed and sold of my information seemed to afford him A R Penr,). nati matter for ntouishment. and often he StllLIH'LK IN 11, is,, alloy that expands in cooling and An ejaculated, "You don't tell me so!" n I No J. No No j" conveyed some (specially startling piece is suitable for repairing cracks in cast S uth II. and. Ks Sun of news. iron is made of nine parts of lead, two of Dailv Li. Sun. However, the time for departure enme antimony and one of bismuth. S 10 a m I 00 P m I.ve Cincinnati is pi", nt last, and my mind was torn with cont il I.ve I sirnt n lo) p m' 4"HP1" Kalmujth. a m; tj 17 m Lve in i m 4 44 flicting desires to escnjie detection and i "tl lies' M-re and l.lvur 1111. II 10 a m.10 tj p m imp o Air Pans to ascertain his identity. JO p I. An Ira" "'.11 .Is"ri on tbr Air Ltsingten "w i.n 'I LLME m ibc din 45 P m 'You'll come and see us!" he said cor- liver s prin icli Ic .1 Tuowy i.iiirsiugh cure til um 11 M a Mt I.ve Pans A O jo y in Arr W um hcstcr 11 5 p ml dially, as we nrted. li.i.t 'its''net p ls and ronst'pa 7 JO P m Arr llichtnund. to P i'1'i cir a ci 'i "Yes, certainly," I replied; "but whoro tlon. Np1, m. tur 4 1J V Arr t Stnall--t5i.cr.tt Arr Stanford are you putting up nowr Samples iroc ut A U I'o.int blanlurJ. tLTffrtr Rwml'iV-svnYLve Richmond U P m Tws'--- J "Oh, the same old quarters." he reA I'cirltiiintu AVtiiiiitti. 1 o Arr llerta " Osid, Muli. tins turned. Mrs M.tn I. Makir of Arr Lismglon. j to p in hhe n.it a k'r.Mt sif to Ik- Or lliMiklui "What is the best way to get thoro?" I feivr trcm t uiati' years. Was sd' rt No. $. No. asked, as a last hope. '' I'.iin In stile, li,t Of breiitu, IijsI "irij '0. Imntuesv it.- Al er taking two txiltl.s lerinc. "You can't do better than take a cab," Of Dr Miles i IU ;irl ure, sin . "Iain I.ve Livingston 10 a in ho said, and wo parted never to meet uet'rr 1'iBi. I rJ1 Kr Ind and eyesiiful 'I In run v S a llerta.. I advise all p.r n. fn wit'' i,t r s "I 'xp.it'li I.ve Richmond.. 10 45 a m vi ml. rtully. li.ive itiipri'i'-Arr in again. True Flag. iS.. Art P0YAL 94jiliikll0 VJatrsT-T fl our-telves- ." imrjSBmj 3 POWDER Absolutely f -, 1 run-nin- e h , York, Hoston, ati-- I THE d.l-nr- . 1 n- mkI- RESUURMT I CAM'lDJLKKrA Colti-nbu- -- L. , - 1 j , , .ls 1 . 1 . iim-no- I 1 "-- W3ELI- - BOHIKTG. m I 1 hr - j 1 I II V J HI. ZE3IILTO NEW FAST .MAIL 1 ki-.l- t 1 i I !- ! $0) JADFIELD'S FEMALE. .: REGULATOR ( I -- V I 1 how-lessl- y i vLNbIKUAI IUN '' I Ut ''"t rli Kentucky Central R.R. South-WuH- I ' 4 is 11 - Is I1 O 1 n, ni-- 5 - lo-pt- 'l ii'.'-i- i 1 nii-- 11 . .1 i . . o' 1 V ret-to- - ns-n- i - North-Houn- d. 1 N'-- C suy-.- s 11 d s y The Green Cnril In tlio Mail cor.-Mltc- ut I situ 11. , ' 1 There is u little greon card iu use. by the poatoffice department that is a torror to careless letU'r carriers. It is a terror only when they have once leen caught. Very seldom, indeed, are they caught tho second time. This card is droped in a letter box, nnd on it is marked the time it was put iu nnd also the time it should bo taken out by the carrier. A record is kept by the chief of the carriers, .ml if that little card does not turn up with tho other mail with which it is due it is clearly to bo seen that tho carrier has not taken the mail from that partic- lt. this great remedy " reeiiiuinrudi iin.l stuarun-lue- s worlt un Ut,iri lmjn, conit li. Miles' taining mart clous testimonials, tree fu nftlicted tu A. K. Pemn. ilruKlst. sons Use Tliey All I'nllccl. The followitig letter Irom Mr W A. Thomson, of Columbus, Wis , is pectiliar.y jnten-atiniMy wife." snvs he. "has been trented for hoi lio.nl. stomach and nervous prostration by ttifo iluctors in Nevr Vork. tvto In clitrnjo, one In l'Mlade ptnu. one in CVeinnntl anil ul tho Inrge Institute ut ISulIuio (urli rnuntlis 'llicv uli failed Hut one liottleol Dr Miles' Itestoratite This should Korvino liolpcd her womU-rluilbe u- - d in all -- oiKlatlio s li.,cUucbo. cliangosol his ilicumuii.m, life. i.on,,us ilisltirba etc Ask ut A. It I'ontiv c ilruu store lorn free mill Di Mtli-t.cw book on llu trial t'Ottv Nuircii and Heart r s ular box. A mother and three children, bitten by a mad dog at Franklinville, N. C, died horrible deaths from hydrophobia CREAMJ &SmFl&m a Mmm IF YOU WANT e" XaEXINGTONS?; 'n.EWrTrt, GOOD BREAD AND A HAI'l'Y COOK. USE CREAM FLOUR MADE BY LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS COMPANY, LEXINGTON, KY. Tho object, of course, is to test tho reliability ot tho carriers. Where there is any complaint on the part of citizens about the tardiness of local mails, then When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria. a little green card is dropjied in one or When sho was a Child, Rho cried for Castorla. a more boxes in the district from which Wlien she became Miss, sho clung to Costorin tho complaint comes. Sometimes it shows carelessness on the part of the When sho had Clill 1ren, she eao them Castorla. carrier and sometimes it does not. It is, however, not necessary that thero should bo complaints, for frequently tho cards aro put in the boxoa of the moat efficient others?" A Hoon to WlVOa. men. Of courso they are happy when I ucnsld Hot Having used "Mother "What others?" ho said bluntly. be without to I hesitated, and rejoined vaguoly: they discover them. But where a box is they nii.t it It is a boon the wives ulio knoar painful ordeal of through pa missed in which there is a greon card, childbirth. .Mrs C. Meburge. Iowa. Write the Were there not some others?" thou the carrier is bound to got into Uradlicld Regulator Ca , Atlanta, C.a for further He jwndered heavily for u few secparticuUrs. Sold by all Druggists. onds before replying, "Yes, I believe trouble, and very serious trouble at that. Lowiston Journal. there were some others, but the made LIQUOR HAD DRUNKENNESS-TU- E Limited Vestibule no difference." In all tho World tbero is but ono phia, W'ushuiglcnund Kxall from NewVork.PIuladcI al points Kast, arrives Dime Him Up. I was just murmuring, "Very likely euro, Or. Halnoa' Golden Spocltlc. m Lexington 4 47 p m daily Slanfnrd 11 57 i a cup of lea or coiree atthout a, and all pants It on be given Kast mill from Richmond, Lawyer (in justico's court)- - Now. not." when he turned to mo abruptly of the person taking It, effecting a east, Huntington. W. Va, and all local st.ili.ps ar the kuowledgp and said, "I hope you don't think ho young lady, yon may take the stand. speedy arid permanent cure, whether the patient rivesLexington.it U'40 noon daily except Sunis n moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. day. Stanford 11 57 p m. Lady Yes, sir, with pleasure. came badly out of that business?" and intermediate been cured who of Accommodation His hand seemed to relate its pressure Man (in a whisper There, that does Thousands thedrunkards hate In their collce points, Richmond, Irom Olivellill on the K. C Goldengespccihc Ky.. and oluts have taken m, daily, ex believe thevcan lty arrises at Lexington 8:10, on my arm, ns if ho was preparing him-et'me up. She's my wife and she's 40 years without their knowled. and of their own freewill. No ir. 30 quit for some censuro or coldness on my old, but the sugnr ou that lawyer's edectdrinking from its administration. Curesharmful cept Sunday. Stanford readp viaN, N .V M V guarresults He sure tickets read tonguo will cost me $73 for millinery be- anteed Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. Ry ,n. D. pait. dress in conlMence O01 nin SrKCtrtc Co., tt$ S. K. H MORSE, G. P. A , Cincinnati, O. I felt touched by this little proof of his fore the end of the month. West Shore. Rice Street. Cincinnati, O 1 1 1 , I.ve Stanford .. 7 oa ami Lve Lancaster . 7 45 a in 10 00 a in Arr Richmond. I 10 p m 6 le a in Sianlr.rd.K I.ve Richmond. In Portman Ilou.e Huildirg, a in Arr Winchester 00 p m j m Arr Paris ! L4 a m Lve Lcxlugton . a m 3 45 P tn " p in 1 50 p m 8 SJ am 4 Lve Paris i p m p m 9 IJ a m 5 6 p ic I.ve Kalnioulh.. 4 Conngton. p in to 35 a ml 6 31 p ta Arr 5 40 Cincinnati . $ 50 p in 10 45 a m, 6 ji p m Va lev Co . "K D. ' Arr Newpr .t News AS' lid Vtsti uli a runs to Trains Not. tj and 14 run Sunday oaly between Ciuciilliati and Lexington, leaving Cincinnati at 8 a m , and arriving at Lexington at 11 tn Lve Lexington al 1 40 p. tp. and arrive at Cincinnati at 53SP m. All points Kait and Southeast Only one luKlit out Irom LcuriKton. On the.Maysville llranch, Nog. leaves Paris at 800, am and No. 11, at 5 45. p m, arriving at Corrected Time Card in Kffect (an 11, l8.,o. Mayswlle at 10 25, a m, and 8 io, p m. No. ic "Dally Accom. leases Maysullc at 5,13 a m, arris ing at Parts at No. 11 leases Maysville at 130 and 7 40, am. Daily Daily Ve4 STATIONS arrives at Paris at 4 15, p m. These trains arr Kx Sun.iKx Sun K. press, daily except Sunday. No. runs dally Irom Lexingicn to Cincinnati ta ji n'n( j 7 am it 31 n'n Lve Stanford 6 lo pin 11 40 am 5 30 pm No. 43 leases Lexington 1000 a 1.1; arrives Paris " Lesingtoi ' Winehester 7 00 pni it 45 pm 6 40 jim to 5 am; except Sunday No 8 leases Cincinnati 510 pm;arritcs I'almo-it" K. U. Junction. " Mt Sterling. ... 7 jo pm I 15 pin 7 1" Ptu 7 10 pm: except Sunday. so pm 1 43 pm 9.S pin No. 7 lease i'almouth 6 00 am; arrives Cincin " Msrehead nan 7 55 am; except Sunday ' Olive Utll i i" . 10 30 pm 1 ii p No. t runs dally between Lexing Train Notes " Ashland.. ton and Cincinnati. No. runs daily between " Catlcttsburg. . . 10 13 pat S jo I'm 11 07 pin e tj pm Cincinnati and Lexington. " Huntington am a and 6 make connections atWinrhestei LvtuHuntiugtoii Nos la 30 Inr points on the N N AM V. Hy 53 i"" Arr Charleston. ' Clifton lorge. .. 7 i am IMPORTANT.-Trainsthis line now arrive ol ' Lynchburg 11 4t am at and depart friuii the Central Union Passcngei 10 jo am " CharkHtesvitle Station Cincinnati, making connections for all ' Washington - ... a U pm points North, Kast and West. 1 3a pin " Haltimorc Through tickets and baggage checked to any 6 is pm " Philadelphia destination reached by a railroad. o to pin New York For full particulars address any agent ol the Co, a 40 pm Richmond, Va. or OidPfiiilComferl W. I. MUNSciN.Trav !'., Agt , Cincinnati. Norfolk 3. r. 11. uwivar., uen I I'ast g'r Agt. Cincinnati, O, "Trains leaving Lexington at lt'40 a m anU 5:30 pm daily, xcrpt Sunday ennecton at Winches II. V. HUNTINGTON, 1. c Prrs t and Oen i Manager. the K C R Ky and nnts ler for Richmond, at tlie leu ona. 1 I Joss Thompson, . 1'i OLD KY. 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