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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890101001 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. 4 i "., ",' K Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XV I II. Pulaski's Capital Booming and ocrats Hopeful. v Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1890. -- NO. 64 First-Clas- the Dem- DEFERRED MATTER. with his left. The train was full of pitss- - California's Climatio Changes and Other' h 1) The Satellites of Mercury Ball. Nell in.prA-ccontaining i acre, on Hustons-tilwns tlii hriiK'K lii'vniiil. sti.iiinini' n Oct iScst.i IliitHtiii Pit. A e Someiukt, Oct. 7. While tryiiiK to insa and M. Kihnev pile, in a splendid neighAlthough imtdl far nml wide for her 8lruiun ,1 F r fmiher particular borhood IsrKRioit.-Coiitn- .rv Dkak i all on the tr. 0 WifhtfnUv ilnnceroiia that the, otl'Nimlnv iifternoon looking over iiiifty A.-orjiUr - it Hustonville iiml her elepint social eventH, it Ih nt)ironch to it nlwn'vs makes the l.aen- - cedent, as CuiiforniiiuH I.. D KENNEDV. hooks nml hotel roaster, my eyes Mi inmiy ...,. i i . i i una ,,,. jialr 8tmi 0I, t,n j, Tllo- uimost iler - storms have rnged in several portions upon an old one ue. by the Ilicka K nen...v icmhmiihi imu ver in her history had an enttTtaiti- with niipruiicMisiou the engineer of this State durinir the last week, nc- over paye nfter lioiihe in 's:. (ilanciiu; my own signature was found and niit which snrpaviHl in httlltaui'v or aixtHt Up tlie Hitttntiou nt once, iu versed companieUiy heavy rains in some plac- pane, 0X('ut'(,t't' il1 "joyahleneM the jjrand h,j, enine, apiliel the air llxtnrei and ec. No less tlian three storms have pass- Lot on Main Street in Stanford My D Jtra' !e l'r pert Icnoun on thinking over the cirenmxtances nn-- j ""ntel!ltes of .Vermry Kill at the Audito- - H,rieklnaly whistled for brakes. Heads ed over Snntn Marbara, one of I was remind- Containing" which was re der which I had penned it. fltf 1.. t ...III ' "J' evem..K popped out of the windows; those wlo almost as lmd as tlioe back Kast. It Catron's Fla:o, Somorsct, Ky., Term od that I had done mi on my ilrst trip to " T R WALTON, Stanford. eat ,a ' tcr price, i r .om'i "" '"' "tiimior were more anxious and less excited made ruined here at intervals from Thursdnv No renting (t ?i Somerset. It was Juit boveii years aj;o r It or u on m at to the new,pa,H-- r man, it matters not of a dash for the car platform, whore the nicht till Mondav inorninc. and on the ?t, Ky. M. C 1RmN n ton week and was about the flrst trip I I " t.emp a "' hI.i.1! neyer trainmen were maktnu wry faces and latter day it came down in torrents. for the made of. of 100 bennnfnl skinning their hands in their ilespernte Complaints are heard from mauyplacesi INTEA? 3fI3R,WC, tlmt trip, for the work before me L,ols . urf.il y selects! "pinks of exertions totiuhteu the brakee. and just thnt the cloud v and damp weather is in-" m a otnuir! business and I In the torpor.ite limit o( Rowland i'l hialth, I fom . Oinflo m i,.(mtinued itrthr, Johnhu. e EUm. , " ' ex- - terferm "" f .u,?n Su.,M a little beyond where the materially wuh the curing of eda partner.) uh my l innstnumeland. In fact. I had J.tt rlwl n wtnit. " H J DARS1, RotlaDd. n.l cited countryman was etntiditiK with his raisins, in otliers that the beans are be. ukV.ffeu o"n ,."?mp.?Ion,kw.' .lUjThenu I and hunched oi, nn unknown voynKe keeph.,-- i,ue Mly o music that hat still in his hand the train came to a inj: damaged, and in still other places' indebted to m; ii p!a-- in ..t 'me and settle. whether my Hhl shonld land In safety I m uinMt tu ! e ym in penon and need mt LINCOLN CO. FARM F6r RENT. Hiilllliip the stop. " " '"' with u doiten fear- - that Iane quantities of wheat, left in the monev badit lh.nkmB you f .r ..ur herai or not, felt that that trip wonhl decide. :w'sfll o.lr that came from .lowers worn The underii;ned will rnt fur the year 1J91, on passengers at his back hasten- - fields since harvest, without shelter, is wdtheVeT nrm. l',Kt'.pe"tr'ii',"ot "me t0" me to the po Fortnno bestowed profw-lo- n rcaxttiableUrnx. her K.irm ot jj Acres, ik miles by Hum,! lake the fa.r ed to the rear of the train, tlie captain greatly injured, as it mj'f ei.ki.v. trom Millcdi;rtUle Ky The renter can hatetho ctifht to be, and amount of millions would not have made1 "I""- -, even w.th ordinary sm- -I demanding in hurried, excited tones, the owners deserve uo prit ilcie of eedin this Fall. Applt to I .lid w hen for sympathy n,e feel better or bi,or thnn Mr NANCY JENKINS, ondi..K--. am they for.... suhjertH too "What a the matter? Whores the dan- - their loss Certainly, either the seasons Dantille, Ky had "made" Somerset and turned i for a Wattcison to "tackle, not The coiititrvman, who was no-- ' here are fast chanin''. or the neoole are homeward, for I had had n.... limb nml lrfe epenkliiKOirt iitole8t and iiniireteutious lodv but Mosp. lookiri'' at(iault with in- - very forgetful. Tlie weather lm? ftfarml farm ,, . ... - offer for sale pn atelvi the... Hcnrj Hester acres Kouss ana Lot at Crab Orchard For Sals, ,, , ., , niv note book showed a lengthy list ot yuiuti iikv iuvmmi. Desiues Deaiiiiiui nocent. arch expression, replied: "ay, I up now and is as bright ami pleasant as ol 6o acre ot hottom land on uix Kiter; it sra-own in wheat up and all ritrht balance in new Hiibsoribern, while the pocket, in women, thoie were other hi'hts to look wantLMi to ax you f von knoweil f I set one couia wish. The dwelling has 6 rooms; there is a new fiam, A House and L it. c .niistintr of i Acre Wn. my troupers were literally hurdenwl with upon which dHixled new fine lencin; the eye as well. In my mink trap under this ciilbert ? that's The sttttistics of the Xorthern Metho-- 1 KOd well,half orchard and in one andnearly year. ted at Cral Orchard Ky , aij.I known as theSla- I I'erms, balance two was liberally s.lver and k'reenbacks. one vins The house the lirtt place, the auditorium was a sen all!" (iault, like most trainmen, sel-- dist Conference of the contains six room, one lattice '"" teat '"" open property,.paciousuicxo, trom Depot porch, one Southern Pacific patronixod. and thanks to the cood peo- of porch and porti with all accessary out. rare (lowers exquisitely arranged. The dom swore, but this time the brimstone Coast, the annual meeting of l J v. ADAMS. Stanford. Ky buildin;s Call on or undress D Ii. Kdmistou. which was, ple of Pulaski for It. They ntarted in hUxiiti where Crab Orchard, Ky.. or me at I'inetille, Kv the satellites ami the Maids got hot, and jerking the bell com as a lietd here last week, show that it ' has nerosity and -t with ii decided decree of hAML'EL ULAIK.'M D. wirh of Honor emanated fiotu and after wards signal to move on, he yelled back: "D n made wonderful strides during the last have kept it up and "(.'oue bettei" Troos For Sale Cheap. Fruit formed a tableau was tastily t and the your fool soul, if I had a gun I'd kill five years since the Conference met in tune I have been fortunate enough to be splendor of the enrcuus costumes of the you'" And it goes without saying that Santa Durham before. Then there were hat e a nice lot of Apple trees, 'jrape met with them. and Raspberry IManli, u! my own raiding, for sale -- aie...,es. wuu " I desire to sell my farm of about ,1V jrv in the land would have ren but 10 ministers, now there are l.'K). The Apple Trees 15 ents em h and others in propor130 acres, situAh I paid above, it has been 7 yewrs tion, as ttuh ti close out the hums ated about tjj miles north of Stanford on thu n,,, of llf,lllitlfli .i1H MH), Sunday-school- s erl of precious stones worn by the Maids, ,,,,;. have increased from GO P I. slMl'sON. Hush llrancli pike, opposite the old church. There Hime tlrct lookiMl tinon Somerset. . greatly by feminine beauty, a Stanford, K balance years nm to lift; the church membership from 3,- - Ij in " about 30 acres in wheat .indrtr; thedwelling lv tlittii-silchnnee evcrv of the farm well set in timothy Good DEAOW00D, CASEY COUNTY. was tbat Illled tlie tieart of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid Lew I.tO I "to about 10,000; the number of change has M'eiie with the city of Somerset the barn; is well watered and fen..ed. Possession pcoptc ,.re.s-- , lMuUood is not the last place in the churches from H to s.s and the value of T9.TT TTnTJ. GiAT.TT be tten immediately. For particulars, seu J.can been decidedly marked. There were no i..iiuiiiie...Wi.r..iaiW P. flit and whirh even the more fortunate world, but it can only furnih one letter church property has increased ?400,- - IT A liailey, Stanford, or write the nndertiiined at electric lights, no water works, no lire see 110; more 1111111 once Cincinnati, Ohio. E WITHERS. in a me lime. .,,.,, We offer for sale pruatily our farm known as 000. company, wive the bucket brigade, and After the tableau t'no King and (jneeti the Cteariic Anderson pi tec, 4 mile from HustonOur tolmno men have about The Summurlaud Natural Gas Co. is tile, on the Liberty pike, lOntninm,- ; aires, hardly n brick house in the town, and to the procession and Maids two ed cutting tobacco and the crop it report-ari- d trying to induce the I r ms an J well watered good Call Pioneer Woolen on ordwelling off at Hustonvilte. Ky make a long story Hhort, there was very address us two and Satellites after the same or- ed as ordinarily good. IMHN EI.I-wish to sell privately my residence and ptop-erMills, of San Francisco, to move their little of anything. Now the place is der kept step to the march which lasted '.MAR ELLIS The house has five rooms, store room, panMrs. Mary Uoocb, of Kingsville, !. i..!.. .... plant to Sunimerland, and among the it. lit nu In itilV II I' . try lront verandah, back porch latticed, good ', A..M."i. Isttvernl minutes. Then came the Itoyal came down Friday to i.ee her i.arenls, cellar uilh windows on south side; outbuildings other advantages it cites the large amount ; , reservoir oouuins all now, consisting of meat house, hencry, coal Lancers and afterward a waltz, wiieuitie Mr. ami .Mrs. e , , ... . . I. Howling. house, corn'crib and dairy stable. There are two of wool produced in S. Durham county. water to suppiv nunriy nu o mo reumj, escorts of the Mauls and others who so good cisterns, one at house, the other at the staHenry lillison, whom whom we They sav that on the island of unta Ho-ble There is an abundance ot fruit, mcludiug and pipes carry it to every part of town took part iu as grand a ball as ported iu our last as Iteiug dangerously raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, sa tnere nro (u,tKH) sheep; on Santa Cruz, l" order tocio-- e mt our present p.mnerhip. e jjrapes, cherry, plums, damson, pear currants, n lire engine ami hook ami ladder attachand apple ever hehl. ill. dietl last Thursday. Mo leaves a wifo J'. iVWi- nn .,, Mi will ell at public t 5 ivm .. ictin it tnc residence of trees. Also some nice Jersey Cows ami heifers every particular, and ment, complete in Jjs W MaoD, 4 mile tvi .t of Mt. Sterling, on bred to registered bull. One harness hore, one The Maids of Honor were all pretty, and several children, who have tho sun .,uov, ui nu .'inuoi, O.IW, Ull .IltlL'iip;i, :,000; on the great San Julian ranch, ::0, houses combined horse, both gentle al,d can be driven by lastly the obi weather-lourdetllttlil. and the renowned beamy, Mias Mattie pnthy of the community generally. . . 000; besides a large number of smaller Wednesday, Octobor 22d, 1890, woman or child. One buggy and phaeton. ...I..,.. I ...Ills imiuvdiltif Also 8!$ acres of pasture land, which will be '":ra,"r. "; Thompson, of Ilairodsburg. and Lin- Chestnut hunting is wie u " ' sold in one pice or divided into lets to suit purThe folluiii sto?k, t'ctvit sie would, coin's handsome ings that n city ton ..:.., Mbs uvciiiniuuii ui .1... 1. .1 111111 I....... ',ni .1.... Hocks in other portions of the countv Ia.. .. tiiv hiiib .... iUBSt'3 01 Ill's chasers. 'I hose wishirg- to buy a lot cheap will II IILIII Vlf ' 11 BAam ' m ' ir in imimiv Rinii ttliutv Loryil t.linvirii. it ..i..itttiii inn ' "L . .. I'oviti IVlinilli'ton. tiiVkir inokiMl lnvo. i.ltini inst iiaiv nml fln ili.ctrnctinn nf 12 Jacks, 20 head of have a golden opportunity 57.1m J G. CARPEXTEB, Stanford. . The otlicial census returns give San 40 Jennets, Horse's, of the tale of that the county In fHcl, tliey wero n.ttllv lllM, ,nUy VOM11J!nlM, lIun,,le ,hostmit timbur Ia ir.tUK) inhabitants, an inFrancisco thriving condition and is Uokiiaiiia aml were decid- - simply outrageous, to say tho least of it. .tll0 b,.e,of tho Including No i II rood Marts and several extra growing like a hu.llhy girl from the ru- - lly tlie f the voiine IndleJ -- Dead won,! iShlt.mt,l nn tl... ('. (i. crease in ten years of(S4,000; Los Angeles Catalogues joun; Stallions and Geldings .")0,3lM, increase, :!!,000; Oakland, sent or application. IS.SOO, r.il disttii't And STUCK OF DRUGS FOR SALE who were honoretl as Maid tothe(iieeu. railwav, miles east of Yosoinito. It MASON & HENRY, increase 14,000; San Diego, 34,000; SacraMonday was circuit court May mid an Mt. Sterling, Ky. Denrin; to unit the dru; l.usmess at The ijueen, Miss Yandell, of Louis- was formeily known us "ii rove," but a mento, ''(,,7l!; San Jose,l(W7; Stockton, On thclollowitii: day, I otfer my entire stock unusually large crowd was in town, of fresh Drugs and has lately been established Chemicals for sale My stook is complete iu every ville, is not for her l.mkilva heavy min fell on Sunday 1... !....,. .1.remarkable f. . I .....1 beauty. here and Wanamaker thought it best to 1,370; Santa Harbara. 7AM. particular and the business is a paying one in w.v 1... Will also " " ...... ......... .. l.... ,.. call it Dcadwood, lest a conflict of names Several counties in Southern Califor- Thursday, 0:to'ocr ttiil23d, 1890, is located in The rent the entire 4house my store night mid the industrious, but court-lohouse contains good upstairs Clajtcn Howell sell honors with much credit nia have made arrangements for a pergot in his work of going to rooms G A WASH, Hustonville. ing farmer The costumes worn by the gentlemen might occur. manent exhibit of their fruit and other 25 head of Jennets and 35 or 40 rather than of tilling the soil. It t.wn P. Luy arrested by mid represented characters of ua nml for..il. .. merchaiila. though,Mtm.W and were imported from day. gone the Miss Deputy Sherill J. last Thursday, products at Chicago, and the first shiphead of Horses Mary K. Higney ., ,,,, Paris for . ..1. .i ment was started thither last week. It is Ol t anous Vmd. Sale to take pUte in Mt Stercharged with assaulting Ml. Krmlne ling. Catalogues scut on applu Jtioti. their intention to increase the exhibit On account of continued bad health, I desire to wason the market, but tin. trade in mule ' fusion. The crowns of the King and were latieii wun diamonds arm sell privately my farm of 320 Acrts of '".-tnieen from time to time and supply it with all done iu that line, colts was about land at a bargain, in a tine state ol fertility. Would Ttios. s. Heuson and anjuittcd. The trial sell oo acres with Improvements. fresh goods whenever necessary. CaliLocation one large number changing hands at from ;:ts other precious stones, which added bril was rather a funny one, as they mile south ol Stantord, and the laying of the farm were puliancy to the brilliant occasion. The PUBLIC SALE fornia has applied for ten acres of space There are all of the necessary imis superb. to ?S0. Oh grand success and exceeded pils of the same school and the tight hav- iu the Columbian Exposition and ex. provements, including a frame dwelling ot five The docket this court is a large one ball was a rooms and hall, a lare basement barn, and all the pects ing occurred iu the school-housr"ur further information, apply to buildings new Only even the hopes of the most sanguine to make the most attractivedisplay and tho full time will be taken up. teacher aud all his pupils were summon- of any of HOBT. .McALISTEK, Stanford. Ii. C. W. arrived up wishers. . the States. a few visiting attorneys had ed as witnesses. Owing to continued bad health, which prcients A Santa Barbara merchant had on exCRAB ORCHARD. to Tuesday, hut they'll get there, all the mc from attending to buiiies, ui'l on Feland Snow, w ho, it was thought, hibition a pumpkin, which for size is same. family and eloped with Mr. W. 1'. Tatem, who is bhaped a had deserted his ahead of any I've yet seen. It measured FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1890, Margaret A. Portman, iMff,") The Land Co. will have' another sale of Publication. little like Pete Hampton and who can one Sissie Hicks, returned home last Fri- nearly 7 feet around oue way and 5 the At Joel E. I'ortman, Deft J mile north of Oct. 1" and continue till as much real mj- residence shout day, after an absence of two weeks. It wagon line, from Mc Kinney, on the Hjiiriu fork turnpike, Linother and weighed 1S4 pounds. estate is disposed of as they desire.' A make anything iu the The petitioner having tin day filed her petition coln county, Ky , tell at (niMn. am tion to the to a chariot, is coming to thej is reported that he gave Miss Hicks the the clerk's office of There is no great dilliculty in raising lustiest bidder, all ofir.y block, Crop aud Farm Margaret A. I'ortman tins court, asking that said as well as a more a more largely attended be empowered to use, enol money to prepare for the journey and in,: L'tenstli, lemons in Southern California, but the been head consitint anions lliem a joy, sell and convey lor her own benefit at y than the last one is hoped front as a pumpkin raiser. We looked of Horses, profitable sale at a pumpkin vine iu his garden the oth- she took the train here and was to join trouble comes in properly curing them zeldin;, very fast in harm., and one good family property she may own or aoiuire. free trom tl e for. harness horse; 3 Jersey Cows, all of them ooil debts or claim of her husband, to make contracts, feet in length, had him at Me Kinney, but on reaching Kings .1 sue sued as a single woman, trade in her 10 head they may have a pretty color, a milkers; t Jersey Hull'; Cattle; ut Hogs and one ownand be and dispose of her The republicans are still split and it er day, which was til name ville she took a south bound train aml propirty by will or 100 barrels of Corn joke of excellent work ol prongs or shoots, full of the golden new lluck deed. looks very much like they will continue in the ticKl; Unsay ami Harness, " J ,Uh traveled iu an opposite direction. Fe-now ordered that this notice of said action is fruit, the biggest specimen of which was I po. Since the convention to elect dele,' are several ways of treating them, one of board and llarnets; Spring Wagon, l'ole and heItpublished for tell days Double Harness; a inches in land went on to Jetlersouvtlle, Ind., audi the best and simplest of which, nerhans. and Household and lot of Clover Hay in the barn a newspaper published in tn the Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky. Kitchen Furniture congressional convention at I! feet and li inches long, gates to the (iiven under my hand thi Oct , t8oo. worked out monev enough to pay his,.is . Also the Farm of about 47 Acres of Land, on weighed :M pounds. given bv a grower at Ontario. ,,c which I lis e. This u a very desirable tract of IIAILEV, was held, things have been rath- girth and JAS Loudon ; wa back home, and is now trving to ex- . Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court a good state of cultivation It is not often that tho brandy-make- r 'pickn the lemons any time during the land and is in consist of a good comfortable The ?. squally and the prospects seem to er improvements plain away the storv concerning himself is driven to the necessity of telling the year, when they have attaiued a "vmine- of 5 rooms, also dining room, tnumcr and in ,,"1 d point iu n favorable direction for the ., anil Miss Hicks. 1 lie idea that ho was i.--i . , , , ter kitchen, smoke and hen houses, Urge and t notice where Pulaski under democratic "boys" by a "tacked-upin j liiey ure cm iroui me well arranged barn and all other necessary imdemocrats. beaten at his own little game seems to tree instead of pulled and grtat care is provements. The personalty will rule would look rather peculiar, but such they can find "plenty o' juice." Gener- tickle everybody wonderfully. on a ciedit Terms ally the "boys" catch on bv human intaken in handling them, as a scratch or until January 1, 1S91, tor all sums over S10, the impossible. a thing seems not purchasei giving note with approved security, neLooan's Cukek ami Dix Kivkk. Corn bruise is likely to cause decay. When gotiable and payable in the National Hank of Huv E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor The democrats here are solid for 0. II. stinct before they're told, but it seems, tonville; tinder that sum, cash must be paid. iu the 'twas not thus iu certain bushy shank cutting and wheat sowing is in full blast. I'H'Keu tney are laul on trays and stowed Waddle as their standard-beare- r cash; the The farm will be sold for room balance 6 Sand 12 months, in equal installments, No Hotel in Kentucky has a Mr. Joe limit, Jr., has returned from, in a cool lIark aml In conversation with him of the woods, which we chauced to trabloody 11th. better reputation, per cent, from date to hear verse lately. On a big oak by the road Louisville. Kd. Kvans, our blacksmith, mm uccuaiuuuuy uispecieu in order tnat and its proprietor is determined that Possession given as soon as terms of sale arc ho informed mo that ho did not expect shall be maintained. L. F SHAUl'E. complied with. the nomination and did not care for it( side, scrawled in a holdwhand and basted tells us that he raised a tomato that any decaying I fruit may be thrown out.. H T. Bush, Auctioneer fittd . ... II. .!.. to the bark of the tree jth four sharp measured lu inches iu circumference IlB 8a8 "Wl treateu in tins man-Jbut from other sources I learned that he )lckea six ""roths, are iu a per" He has recently added to its appointments was this unique "ad.," T. Hush purchased in Clark county uercould bo induced to accept were the wooden pegs s,tllte of preservation, and vill prob-waThere is not a which we will wager was understood: last week a mare and colt for It nomination unanimous. ab,' keeP l"0,lt1'3 Ioner without deteri. What Do V say Deth and Taxes $'27o that W. II. Oaines sold his horse Also better man and he could come as near, if "Xotis to awl nml awl who wants Good for. n trnllt of 475 in II weeks. Miss Sal- - oration or material loss. Another nieth A First-Clas- s not nearer, redeeming that district than cuius Livery Stable Ilrandy Cuius too Heze alius lie Pursill, of Urodhead, is visiting her 0l1 3 t0 Iuck tla'm iu 'ayera in chair in a j LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLe. nuv man in it. Hurrah for Waddle' To accommodate the demands of his increased tlark room until they have become of a nt Home." transient patronage. Ilest Turnouts furnished 8ister, Mrs. Fred Stone. Miss Mary S. Hall are co.ily fixMr. and Mrs. U. RAILROAD. Commercial Tra j elers and others. We heard a good story the other day Beazley, of Garrartl College, was down rich color and juicy; and still another is their new homo on College which perhaps has uever been iu print, ed up in to pile them under tho tree in quantities The Great street. They are both charmed with mid which illustrates rather comically .SUurday to see her parents. basket meeting convened at of four or live bushels, subject to the va- THROUGH TRUNK LINE-SOUTand and had the pleasure of rying sun aud shade, going over them tho uaive verdancy often displayed by This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and entertaining her parents this week for the average country "yap," who doesn't Hush Ilranch Saturday. There was a occasionally and throwing others not to trespass on our lands without per. out any that mission, as all such will be prose.uted to the fulllarge attendance and the good old 6isttrs high in the first time. Mr. Hail stands est extent of tho law Signed uitu understand how some things are dinner. may Have decayed. The curing process W. GA1NKS. the esteem of the business men of bom. run. It was when John Cinult ran the i9 usual spread a most excellent Pliiladel- - e"erally consumes two to four months, J II. McrTlNKEY, Mrs SAMfOKD IRWIN, Mr. J. A. Anion has gone to JOHN O. LYNN, W,th oreet mid is tilling with credit tho posi. Knoxville Uranch passenger train years Mrs ALICK I'LCKEK The Southern Pacific K. H. Co. JOS. IIALLOU. V A HAMILTON. TllOS C HALL, tion of toller in the Someiset P.ankinK ago. There lived iu those days where phia, whero he will remain until next iates that tlunnK ' season of M C RKYNOLDS l, I S PHILLIP" J. M. Beazley has returned Co.'s oflicc. J L UECK s curve from tho thriving city of Middlesboroi not lesa tha" 10m the railroad makes a of fruit An exceedingly enjoyable hop was for Cedar Creek one Moses 15 l,rwl aild canned -- will go Kast Louisville , a and will remain here a week or so. Her fresh' Willie given Monday evening to Mil sturdy, but eccentric sort of character, daughter, Miss Mollie, has gone thither! from California; worth perhaps $10,000,- To Nashville, Gibson, who leaves this week to speno one of your Memphis, nusmess. jonn ami 000. to earrv on ner beveral months in the South. The musort of fellows, who wore Henry Traylor sold a small bunch ol Seven thousand cases of canned peach- Atlanta, sic was furnished by tlie "Young Orches- homespun jeaus, knit suspenders and Montgomery, cattle to Ben Gaines at 21c Misses Bet-ti- e es were shipped from San Jose last week, tra" and was very good Indeed. direct to London. It took a special train went moping about with his head down Little Rock, I.eat and Dollie Brown, two bright E. C. W. as if trying to discover a now Potosi sil- and attractive youug ladies of Garrard, of I'Ocars to transport them to the AtlanMobile and New Orleans. mine; yet thoughtful nud shrewd as tic seaboard. A freight train was thrown fiom the ver havo been the guests of Miss Alice BeazA Norwalk farmer claims to have real Newport News &Miss.Valley Co track of tfioLoiiisvilleSoutliern in Wood- a briar in Ins peculiar way. Trains did ley. J. B. McClary, II. E. and K. C. not run then as fast as now, hut on a :.,i.,u nml V. A. Ittihrnson attended tho ized this year SI.L'OO from lo acres in po- ford by 1111 obstruction left on the track Only one change to point in dfe CO., stretch they went like greas- Korenamzh circus at Danville.-- Mr. T. K. W. and taloe3 nutl onio8by workmen, andKngineerCharley Hared lightning. One day as Gault's train Mrs. Wm. Lear, of Lancaster, spent Sat& ris was killed. Tho L. & X. will sell round trip harHUSTONVILLE, KY. St. John Uoyle, Ksq., was nominated n little belated, rounded the curve nbove urday and Sunday with friends here. vest excursion tickets to all points in EMIGRANTS Creek at a Cedar speed, the Porter Itobinson sold his house and lot Arc still in the business and ready to do any. for congress by the republicans in tho the west, south-wessouth and south-we- Seeking homes on the line ef this read will receive thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full stock of Cases and Casket of all kinds and Robes Louisville district. Mr. Caruth is op- engineer spied a man a few yards dis- in Crab Orchard for $300. Mr. John ot one faro for round trip, on the Special rotes. standing' in the middle) of tho track y Our hearse, which U 4yScc agents ot this Company for rates, routes of every description. on short notice Mr.-J-nearly Traylor has a tino boy. F. K. Tribblo 14th,good for SO clavs. posed for the nomination by iMr. Head-le- tant, . new can be obtained U. Vc or write to Thomas C. Ball" bought of Al Cam-dewill be waving wildly his hat in his good right was hero Tuesday buying up ThanksgivGreen has charge of pur business and will show and a democratic primary C. P. AT.MOHK. O. H. & T. A., our good to any one aeedinir anything in our per pound. three head of cattle for 5:17.60. hand, aud gesticulating most franticallv ing turkeys at 5 cetits Lojlsville, Ky tur called. u 1. - ... avi'i-'twi- t - FOB SALE OR RENT. . 0(1 N'Ii JT IN ttFT STANFORD HOLE Home contain- i r "in .r latli' ed por h, nil .,r... .moke home. Thre rc a it' vw in lot thnn. barn and ml, in coo', jrdrr Apply t (HNS J h HI.. I o . ' s Farm For Sale. 57-- "n paitl FOR i SiS.X.E. i FOR SAIiEI -i .i """. 1 I I i 1 de-- v nier-VM- . .ti:i.ir. 1 ; tP' l,i;jf 1 ,.-ac- do-fo- For Salo w 1 Twenty Iluildiiig I oliut lmiu,, eajrer-eyed- 1 ..... ' e ; 1 "'lra '.. . ' j Farm For Salo. . 54-- tf 1 s. 1 7TuLTyT,h, 6'-t- ca-- h. k. 3- M-- I toner 1 PsB' Farna. For Sale. 1 o aitel piet-enl- i-- finish-heade- d - - 4 -' FOR SAI.E I 1 t. 50-- tf 1 . OOO.tKW-barr- ' ' ln-org- ' 1 Public Sale of Stock. -1 , - d naa""lw,"" 11 11L-1-1 Ki-ij-st I Kt . ' ,. 1 . I SW, , I 1 ,,.. bar 1 A-- HOUSE FOR KENT Huston-vill- ."1 e IKwt-otnc- o 1 v j k..e.. Hus-tonvi- llo rux in uuua mm, blue-cras- I j """"" "-- " - fti-- td j s e, . Land and Personalty. 1 - 43-t- Lincoln Circuit Court. dog-ca- rt 111 -- 't 1 1 1 1 '-'.' ' 1 . dwell-in- k' " uii-ucs- . 1 bei-ol- d THE MYERSJOUSE 11 one-thir- d 111 i - tll' """ ... S-- s ILo & No Pool and BilliardJParlors -- (. house-keepin- g POSTED. & WEST 11 ISOO-fl- dowu-grad- o car-load- ' down-grad- e - ARKANSAS TEXAS. J. T. STJTTOIT catch-breat- h t, st m t . - V , A . ' 'i'j'oJK.. . .x. ,' M&' Semi-Week- ly Interior journal IU'bk Bennous, for years a successful men and exclusive privileges to none, southern train robhir and desperado, which is the comer stone of democracy. was captured by a fanner, with the asHUSTONVILLE. u F w M I 11 m ti h m IT ' I r , " The meeting continues at Moreland and great good is expected to result. Who be to Young Uooch's wounds have assumF ed r threatening aspect and probabilities are said to be against recovery. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Freely and S.un lVacock are nt home after n three weeks' trip over Southern Fct Congress, Kentucky in the interest of those whose B. eyesight is defective. The trip was piof' mm. itable all around. to Set, Adams is universally voted a Squire The entire number of enlisted men on great public benefactor since he told that the Federal side in the late war, includspotted bull, which has loin: had ing those who served 00 days or less, was tested right of way in his numerous 2,772,403. Of these 61,:502 were killed in rambles. Pave Allen sold .1. I'. Kitl'o 20 battle, 34,727 died of wounds, 1SV-'S-7 of short yearling steers at 2f to : cts. per 20,725 died disease, 109,103 deserted and talk, . in. th.i.mtn vw.:.v n.vn ivi u MOW l.hut v. pound. .. .. ' ' v.-.- J V. n I ' in Confederate prisons. The war ended In a general discussion of the fruits We to to we 25 years ago last April, yet Commisof big revivals of religion, and the uncerWear. induce- sioner Katun's report shows that there . . i t tainty of holding in the traces n majority U not, be 11 to were on the pension rolls at the close of of the male convert, Mike Quinlan de1 1 the fiscal year, 5:;7..M pensioners, Gi,:i7 vtvui- iiiuiivy fi tvuriu. we loaded, to clared that the only sure way is "just ns of whom had been added during the 12 cm soon as they make the good confession, months, and they are still coming in by shoot 'em '" vvlvv, siut,t,t.ui;, ufyi;.), jjuuoa. Jiu.t,fi, islirJUlS, c)'6, US WUSCVCr 1)1 the thousands. This vast army is now John Drye has been as grum and ', of supported either in semi or total idlespiteful as a Tiiomaa Cat at lunch since goods. ness by the people of the United States, New Mexico has more population it appeared that an ungrateful constituwho seem to have no rights that these than Wyoming and Idaho combined ency would relegate Finley to mountain pensioners upon their bounty dare not H2,S02,"and is justly entitled to State- quietude, and defiantly proclaims that claim. In addition to the pensioners, hood, but her knocking at the door will he has a c5 note to contribute to Finley's the government also supports at a cost of not be heeded so long as the republicans independent campaign fund. John's many millions more, numerous soldiers are in power. That party makes States democracy discounts Jeflcrsouian, if 'tis home", where thousand of only out of such borouchsas will furnish possible. in. apprecilive in ease and plenty. This is the rec- thein more Senators ami Congressmen to The regret is general that Gov. Mcby seem to have gone o do their dirty work. New Mexico is re- Creary 's time to be devoted to his ord of those who s goods the war for the money there was in liably democratic and therefore not enis so limited that his appointments it, present and prospective, and not for titled to justice. iuclude only points where the stock is rfrerd we the love of country. Let's see how the week breachv nnd the feiii't'Miiiset'iirp. It irons The determination of Col. W. M. Hull without saying that it is a matter of other side stands. ' There is no absoluteSet. Oil and go on course ly correct record of those who enlisted to leave the Courier-Journtliat liiistonvflle doesn t need cause. They were, of course, the road as anent for Julia Marlowe, will looking after and only reuret? that Ma for the lost a great deal less than the Federal army, be deeply regretted by his friends of the homet must step over to the mountain. I I J though indeed a vast number. What quill. lie is too good a writer and too Ben Hawkins, one of the best laud Main Street, Stanford, Ky, has become of the survivors and who admirably equipped for newspaper work surveyors in the Mate, was in town Tues 3I. .Maiingcr. supports them? Returning from the to give it up for any other business, even day on professional business. Though e hope living within war. bioken in health many .of them, to if it be more . remunerative. earshot, he visits town so . he will be back infrequently that his oldest acqunintau-- and Mize incanerated. The case nil J be lind their homes and their property and believe, ' before Mai.-trat- e Btnuuamaii. swept away, they did not sit down to in the harness before many moons. ces were unable to positively contradict tried Moiulay afternoon Frank 1'otet-- t nur.--e vain regrets and idle murmurings, the teport that Ben had been translated. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. disturlMiiice m Stove I'rewitt's but resuming peaceful occupations, they Mr. Lewis Hussung and family, of Som- - raised a house nonr the depot on account of bo- foitunesand made worked out their own We are indebted to Hon. W. H. erset, are visiting Mrs. Hussung's broth1 ing refused u pint of whisky. I'otcet themselves useful and worthy citizens, Miller for the Convention Daily Kecord, ers, John and Sam Bout. M.tm stinrc ! tinf abused Mrs. 1'reuitt considerably. Brew-it- t, of everything many of them becoming as distinguishwhich is a verbatim report The Casey delegation got iu from who was asleep in another room, got ed in civil ntlairs as they had been on said and done iu the body. London by an early train Sutunhiy tiiorn. up and (Mine out with a pistol. By this the battlefield. They had no governMr. Miller oflered a resolution foi ing, boiling over with enthusiasm over I am now fully pn jural to do tiuiu I'otoct had reached the depot, yellment to look to for support, and being of the appointment of n committee for the the graceful, eloquent and masterly r ing and cursing, l'n'witt leveled his allow their neigh preparation of an address to the people sterner stnll than to in which their candidate, Col. Silas of shooting when ' bors and friends to take care ol tliem, of the State upon tho submission of the Adamo, responded to the oull of his gun mid was in.the Hct Mrs. Prewitt caught the pistol and while they relied on their own exertions, and new constitution. friends and admirers, after Wilson had hcuflling over it, it fired, no onu injured. the result is that few of them are pauAfter much useless and some silly been red the unanimous endorsement of The parties were arrested ut once, tried AND pers anywhere and the remarkable state- debate the clause of the constitution for the convention. Joe Hutl'man and John Kentucky bidding the creation of any more coun- Mooro were frosh as daisies and predict- and fined ;25 each Pnnvitt jid; Po--! ment is made that here in who ties with less than 100 square miles of ed that Adams' success at the next con toet went to jail. Jailer King and Jmlje there are only three Lair are making it lively for the law This is one territory was at hut adopted. It also pro- volition was inevitable. of are inmates breakers. All work warranted and promptly done. of the differences between the two armMr. .. C. Dunn and Miss North, late vides that no new county be established Mr. T. II. Baugh, of Laurel, was ies, ami the results show that the policy which shall reduce any county to less of Middlesboro, were married Thuisday here Monday. Mr. John M. Williams is Nor shall any morning at Danville. James B. Cook recovering from an attack of fever. A of our paternal government towards its than 12,000 inhabitants. old soldiers is not only n severe tax on county be formed containing a less pop- and Miss Anna Ueid were the attend' Stanford young lady has his thanks for a the country, bet an absolute premium ulation and no proposition shall be acted ants. The party proceeded to Cinciniuv beautiful bouuuet. Mesdames Carnen- for mendicancy and pauperism. A good on except hv a majority vote of the coun- ti by the first train. "Bud" is one of the tor Lovell 1UI(1 Thompson are many pensioners get so much monoy ty from which the territory is to be most thrifty and enterprising young the family of Mr. Weber in Knoxville. -Hthey do not have to work and others are stricken. farmers of the West Knd and this notice T(l0 Ml.k nru jin,,rovjlu.. yiTgt j, j. afraid to work, even when they are able, will be a surprise to the majority of his u ,llM(.n i,(,j.,ville, has Won visiting NEWS CONDENSED for fear their pensions may be cut off. It acquaintances, as he has been regarded lomt.fk.s here. Dr. Stephen Biown i nothing but right and proper that the Indian-iofficial census sho wsa pop- as an unconvertible misogynist.. Yes, nn,i ,.u).,tur, Miss Josie, attended the U. S. should take care of those who were ulation of 2,10,0.i0, an increase of we suppose they were married, hut not lmrini i,uro Monday. KM. Stephen wounded in battle or injured otherwise a good deal of trouble waithuj..., o Hazel Patch, or 10.75 percent. preached Mrs. and who are not able to make their own Col. Phil B. Thompson jumped from knot tied. The clerk of Boyle re is. d to! i. t,.nura Umtnv. Mr. Simi,. Is Receiving His living, but politicians, in order to buy his buggy when his horse started to back grant marriage license and the i leaded Cherry, of Brodhead, was visiting Mrp. dethe soldier vote, have heeded the in Kentucky river and was seriously bridegroom and his best man uad to John W.Brown Saturday. Mr. B. II.Jop-limands of the cotlee coolers and their hurt in the fall. come to this place to get ttie necessary was in from Black Mountain Sun agents till our pension enactments have Gov. Campbell, of Ohio, has called papers. Kd.j day. Mr. George Roberts! a former L. rt Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. not only created an onerous burden, but an extra session of the legislature to conMrs. Julia Wright, nee Bradley, af- N. conductor, was here with friends on have become absolutely nothing more sider legislation relative to the govern- ter seven weeks' confinement by inflam- Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Agnes nor less thau legalized methods for loot- ment of Cincinnati. matory rheumatism, is out on crutches. Herrin, of Crab Orchaid, is visiting rela.GO TO. ing the treasury. The Louisville Base Ball Club now Mrs. W. has evinced the fortitude of an- tives in this county. Mr. W. A. Mober-lweare the pennant, having wou more cient martyrs in her protracted sufferis visitiny friends lien1. West Vikuisia republicans admit that games than any other in the Association. ing's the excruciation of which can only On Sunday morning, wnile sura scheme concocted by they are into Of the 125 games played it wou S: and he suspected by those who have had a rounded by a weeping husband, fond Senator Quay and others to colonize that lost 42. s attack of. odontalgia. Mes38. mother and devoted sons and daughters, State with negroes in order to carry it Tom Woolfork, who murdered ten Win. Hafley, a veteran and popular dealis the spirit of Mis. Dr. J. J. Brown took for their party in 1S02. Kveiy ellbrt ".llOM-members of his father's family in Bibb GROCERY" its flight. Death proved a happy ndease paity in county, Georgia, three years ago, has for er in general produce, and J. W. going to be put forth by the lately elected common school com- from sufferings, for she was a victim of power to hold on to the government's the second time been sentenced to death. missioner, two of the North Fork of Ca- consumption and for two years had nevbut if there is anything in The Glass-Queenswa- re, cise is the most notable in tho crim- sey county's bes,t citizens, weie welcome er left her home. Mrs. Brftwn has retheBigns of the times, their death strug- inal annals of Georgia. visitois last Monday. Come often, gen sided in Ml. Vernon for many years and gle will go for naught. The republicans, Two pouches containing registered tlemen ... hum i o :...... .,, was well and favorably known through-. i i like the thief, have had all the rope laters, 130 in number and valued at;10,-00. , . oi?vi;iui uif us 1....1 indent iiiisuicno uii have they want, and like him, they ' ' , " , were stolen from a mail wagon in Danville last Saturday and were persuad- . t . about succeeded in hanging themselves. Louisville Tuesday night while being eJ to attend the circus after there. A extended to many homes in our county, conveyed to the depot. The pouches troop of footmen from the border of where the news of her death will be Some of the Baptist members have were recovered along with the ordinary Adair county passed through Friday heard with sorrow. With Christian forthe convention to give preachers letters, but the robbers are still non est. night to bo iu time fur the parade. Ah titude she met life's trials, bravely enthe tame show as other people in polithe dear people are protected by legisla-- deavored, as far as was in her power, to the clause from tho tics and expunge KiNdsviLLK, Oct. 7. Health in this tion ngainstsiich swindles as lotteries,! constitution prohibiting them from serv- part of the county is extra good, not- why not a penalty, a9 in some other na- - surmount tho waves of trouble that surged around heron life's sea. and the ing in the legislature. Well, we do not withstanding the long rainy weather. tions, against such impositions as the eee that the prohibition amounts to Tho corn crop is better than usual and is misleading posters and catalogues of cir- noble children who mourn her absence much, if a preacher is any account in about out of the way of Jack Frost. Stock cuses. The late circus was a perfect will prove that her fond care and devoAre headquarters for ti.e pulpit and is in earnest about doing is looking well, especially hogs, as there "fake" to those who saw Baiuum's Hip- tion has not been iu vain. his Master'H work, he'll not give it up to is an abundance of ucoriis and chestnuts. podrome years ago, and some of the most HtnniLK. Miss Fannie Kwope and J. dfco. grovel in the dirt of party politics. Kingsville is improving; W. L. McCar-t- drawing cards were omitted from the af- C. Kuban have gone to Bradfordsville ks e on the ternoon performance. A redeeming feais erecting a large marriage of their coiinin, , Plows! Plows! Plows! liny the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Gen. W. J. Lamiiiam says hois out of corner of Main and Church streets, ture was the abseuce of clowns from the to witness the place thitf week. Joe is to take politics and will not run for Congress ;'.0x50 feet, 2 stories high, with a spacious rings. A series of buffoonery was serv- which Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those no againstGov. McCreary and Woodford (J. hall above. We would suggest an order ed in front of the negroes' seetiouln lieu Robinson is out again, hut looks quite meeting at Bush plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. ICvery plow warranted to Dunlap says positively that he is not in iu this hall, say Odd Fellows. Why can of clowns. Most of us will go to tho next pale. The basket Branch was largely attended Saturday assertit. A. It. Burnam, Ksq., has also gotten here? We also circus, of course, though the veterans of and .Sunday and bountifully supplied do good work, or no sah not a quorum bo sk your neighbor. ed that he would not bo a candidate, so have a good hotel and a well regulated Ilustonville set a noble example by oiler a lamb for the saloon in our town, where the weary withstanding tho allurements of the most with food. The women are complainif the republicans seductive promises ever made our ing of rheumatism from waiting on tho Bacrilice, it will have to Ihj a very sorry traveler can rest and our prohibition citi.ens. tables, but it appears that the limping is -. white or a very black one. friends can quench their thirst, with woui.I rrtpciriitly inform' my old l..cni' and too near the toe for rheumatic trouble. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. usliiincr. that am off. nil .it work at mj prlr- gooil spriug water, if they like. The proMrs. Broaddus bought the Bob Moore ion ami would In- pla.xcil to riccivr .my work in ' "I" I.IihhIh XatHii'il Hank nl M.infuril Kkcketau Bi.ai.ne has declined the tracted meeting is still going on, with 4S The authorities are still puisuing the farm of 100 acres near Danville at f SS.IU). th.w.iynf cbttinsuiMti affair. All mitelrolJcM Hlid Kv i iithiti of Mcfcinloy and his urgent appeals liavii.n.lwni- - j.nrit miJ AuoiUiiuh are heicbv liquor sellers. Bro. Allen, of u,m "a,n,' a .She talks of renting or selling her home Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repair go to Ohio and help him out, additions to date. crowd to French's circus is billed so show here place and moving soon. Win. Kwope is conducting tho services. Mrs. ' tod J II OWSUY, Cannier. on the grounds of pressing business, but ing. Ida Kay iu visiting at C. L. Hensley's, on the l'!)th. It is to be hoped that no and wife have at last sent the Als rfiirin Srwiite .MhiIihic. (il II , I'iilOln, real reason is that he is not especialthe will take place. near Pleasant Point, this week. Boone killings l.(Hl., fcr All title of grandpa and ma. A girl, ly in love with the author of the tariff OM-Ileus-leAfter I'otcet was jailed Monday, he VI pounds, more or less, says tho last Work Noutly followers. Brer. Blaine Bros., of May wood, bought of C. L. and Prompt. y Dono bill or any of his 19 mountain ewes at S'J.50. It will reported Steve Brewitt for selling him a Ami Warranted liy People here ate brought to a EEHWERFORD HOTEL. believes in reciprocity, which is another booh bo time for tho assessor, and there pint of whisky last .Saturday. Case was standstill about delivering their wheat, trade. THOMAS KICHAKDS, Stanford, Ky. name for free IIUSIONVH.I.K, KY. has been quite an imposition on some of tried Tuesday and defendant lined $50. as the company lias declared no money hiuMintr, entrance ltoom tip ulr, Odd next door to case to circuit court. P. W. GREEN, - . Proprietor. An attempt was made to assassinate the people here by their being listed for He appealed the on hand in bank to pay for it, but all Bud Mize, who killed Big John Congressman O. K. Breckinridge while twice the value of their property, not by adjusted satisfactorily soon. M. I tho lister, but by the county board of Mink, surrendered to 'Squire Whitaker, will bo he was speaking in his canvass at Centre equalization. Some land at 5l(i and F. Herrin is looking for a farm now and llavws leaked the above hotel, lefitttd and of the Skaggs Creek district, Monday. as we will have to give him up, we hope Wednesday night. The am prepared to accommod.te the pubKidg, Ark., I have removed my office to my resilience, oppo lauds at4l, both the same quali-ta ityle. Rate, rea.onable ftSoJ weapon snapped and the life of a good and improvements. This does not Ho was brought to town and trial set for he may get a good place, as he deserves mte Female College, whero will bo found at all lic in first. bample KoomA Livery and HUGH UKII). 94 attached tim. ij.m look like equal and exact justice to all Tuesday. Caso was continued to Friday, one. Bpared. nan was Stanford, Ky., of negroes, and taken Octoiier 10, 1890 sistance of a coupletaken unawares and to jail. He was HERE WE ARE AGAIN will the lucky one this time get the ! W. WALTON. JAMES JIcCREARY. . 1 siezed while eating at a table. His captors bound hitu baud and foot, yet in this condition he got loose for them. He claimed to be hungry and asked that his saddle-bagbe handed him to get some crackers. It was lone and instead ho jerked out his two pistols and forcing the men to unbind him, locked them up and went to hunt the deputy sheritr, who had the boodle captured with him. The officer was in bed .sleep at the hotel and he went there and demanded his money, replying the olllcer seized his pistol, when Burrows tired, striking him niek as belittling a in the shoulder. sped from the deputy's pistol, bullet which entered the outlaw's abdomen, and in a few moments the terror of Alabama was a rorpse. Burrows could easily have gotten away, but liberty without money was no object to him. The olh-cat once put in his claim for the reward oflered for the body of Burrows, dead or alive. s er S7,-50- HANDSOME PLUSH PARLOR SET? GIYE1T Which consists of a Sofa, Divan, Rocking Chair, Easy Chair and 2 other Chai rs. With even DOLLAR'S WORTH ot GOODS vou bun mill fine a ticket you eniitlig you a chance in that Handsome Hush Parlor which will j uncon-Witho- i BIB A.W.AY . OHRISMAS " - 0 of the town, evcrubodu interested, nam ... like talk about "tilings" fat, practical and necessary. have sell Feople know when tkey read about our winter for i an orlit ments mat tney disappointed, when they get our store, but' et every umc. uusi now re the guards ni varied, fashionable and elegant assortment of Fall and, "Winter Dm dlsplUICd any one house ih this section Ike country and our prices riht now are lower than ever before named for new and elegant Ju all our depart' ments The - WIEJIEIK: mn nn. eventhing is iu-t- can-va- al Weave crowded from early morning till late the evening with ative buyers. Our line of Overcsats and Cloaks are far tlie handsomest ever shown here, and what is more, thci are the class of which are as they are all of the very latest productions. Don't miss those bargains are offering this and also secure as main tickets' anntsible the Plush PaHor SIMPLY BOOMING. -- de-sirac- le, TMF. --- LOUISVILLE STORE I SAUNGKll, j JNTOTICE - MR. THOS. DiSJCTOlNr, OF CHICAGO, nir.ii-nt'- ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK j j poor-hoiiee- s. A. R. PENNY. vh-itin- ..4RUPLEY,--- 210,-71- 0, j Col-witho- ut ,.. n FALL AND WINTER GOODS. y first-clas- A.A.WARKEN'S Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Scaling Wax, Etc. IIos-kin- s, purse-string- s, For Groceries, and 0, :..,',. el 1 I j HIGGINS &M'KINNE y Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Xiimo, store-hous- show-goin- g TO THE PXTBIiXC; 1 - ITotico. r Dau-vill- e, -- I .Tr'JT.Kulr'XS -- gladly-ru-ceive- d y dif-patc- i- s?-- tl H E MOV E D I y 1 : VI .ftr t rf '. v Wir'nn ibf&a -. i &&! i.i '.s W & rs? v' 'J 7?V," 1 " ' - I - S;- - JUdl" Js " W. ir(-- ' vfrfnlr " ' '. flwf Va for to take part in our exercises. Friend of Bum, to Uk' wife of II. K. Cameron Lincoln county ami the allownm-exeeeil education, trustees and nutiuiib .tie txthe medical serviced .,r' not to boy. T..lav niuht. n the following named nuns: Stanford jieeted to be present in full force Very luuuleoine line new combination precinct sloO: Turnersvillo $70; llunton 51 k. J. F. itovER, Miss A lick Sttaut, Stanford, Kv., OcronKUlD, 181)0 suits jiifcUfi't'lvtul. feveranceAft'on. V. F. Mc Clary Committee. ville S0; Crab Orchard $100; Highland -. ''" !...... iinn. U'l.,.,t 'rinf " u? """"" '"'T""' FoKi:Ai.K.-n- ire shares building ami Still Contributes In Her Name. iiiiHoru'r B.awALTON,Bus.ManaRer I.o.tM Association stock of the original uuuine issues of the in io uv muiian-e- - A lady conversant with the facts hands, in four Ixtemok Joinissue. A. A. Warren nai. and the county judp; and county hands us the following: MEANS BUSINESS. Otir "She being dead yet speuketh" are Vorit taxes must be paid during the clerk are directed to receive bids from 0 the physicians from this date to October words often spoken, but never muie I mean vou. A. month of October. L'nlef-they are I'w your accounts. H. Penny. per cent. wiH he ndded on Nov. 1. T. I), o0) jmm), ainl make contracts with the Btrikingly illustrated than in the present Watciieh and jewelry repaired and j. StjW,lul(, ..ri,r. physician in each precinct oilerimr the instance. We all remember well the A. R. rennv. who lowest bill, which are not to exceed the bright, attractive girl, Klla Ra:n-eI, on one of my deputies, will beat Tiik best place to buv drugs, patent us but a few years ago and w bo from And Full of the Best Goods on the Market. We are still Sole named. The magistrates of the left edicincs and toilet articles is ut A. K. MiUedgeville. Oct. 1; McKiimoy, Oct. amounts several precincts are to determine who her earliest girlhood was a devoted and Agents for the Celebrated Peunv'H 17; Hitstonville, Oct. IS and 2o and 31 1. active member of her church. She left Uuy your .. school books, ink, tablets, aie paupers. . . . i il Sulein, Oct. :J0, to collect tax. T. I. ' us first when she became n bride, but re nfUHT. HCIH'IIH llMIl M'MOOI HUlll) i.1CB JI , ...., - . . Ne wlnnd, nhorifT. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. kinds from A. K IVlWlV. turned ere many months to her father's it arms an invalid, to( Rtti.no.in Mux. Call and ' the flu- As marriage is said to be a lottery, homo and mother's PERSONAL POINTS. linger a short time and leave us again as Also a Large Assortment of watcli cases an old bachelor wants all newspapers est ami cheapest Mn. S. H. Utii.iiMAN, who has been ever introduced hero. All erodes of publishing announcements of them ex- "bride of the Lamb," upon which jour-WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, ney pilgrims never return. Though so MEN'S. very ill, is improving. prices and cluded from the mails. mn..in..nis at brief a time a wif, she impressed, it U. (J. Pe.nSim.tun, of Middlesboro, is j.URrnteetl, ut W. P.. MrKoborta', Th -- V. H. HiteandMrs. Mary Philips, with his jtarentH Here. juWeIer. were mar- seems, her husband with her anient love In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard of Louisville, aged i7 and meml.KwislIi-sifMt.ola on boinorset, Mm. ried this week. P.etween them they have for her church, to which in loving Screwed. ory he has more than once contributed in Jkse Thompson, the fashionable parents. a visit to her only li children to begin their new life. place of biwlnets has chaiigud l.is Rut a few day since n letter HA3STD dfc Mil. a.nhMiis. ti. C. lKi.i.BKarospend. D. I). Ciiger, of Ashland, and Mub her name. and enn now be found in the Comuier-ciu- l Minnie Walker were married at Mr. received from Mr. Chamber, written ur- Inn the week in Ilarrodsburg. I lotul building ready U serve the Goodyear Welts, in fact almost eve rything needed in r some for- - Hand-TurneG. H. Coorim has been sick in bod all Wade II. Walker's, in Garrard, Wednet-da- on the eve of his departme miblic. FoY a nice hair cut or a clean a cmtrbution for week, but was better yesterday. Mr. Claude Tuttlo, of Sherman, eieii port, contained tho Boot and Shoe line. Mils. Wn.i i tM (Jkbk mul Mrs. Rich shave ho "can't be beat." in no more mung way Texas, and Miss Kate, daughter of James "her cnurcti. to his country and went to lnihvtlle Weilnestlny. Marshal John Newlanihs worthy of A. Yeagor, weie married in the same could he bid adieu the home of his loved one than by this Mil. K. P.. HtvnK.N, of Providence, is the coinmeiidMtioii of all good people. county the same day. on a visit to his brother, J. W. Huyi'.en. He has demonstrated that in the disRev. J. R. Savage, pastor of the tribute to her memory and the cause she A C SINT J N MENEKKE. Mil (ii:imu: C mipientbii, of Indianapis no Georgetown Methodist church, will le loved. Truly "her works do follow her." charge of his olhVinl duty he X olis, is his uncle, Mr. .1. A. Carpersons, but jnils rich and jwor married to Miss Zena McLoney, of near penter. Leesburg, on Wednesday, Oct. loth. Death of J. M. Perkins. alike, when they deserve it. Mrs. Ki.i.kn M uimiai.l and Miss An- 1P.noiuiKtn, Oct. s. Died, at r. m., Times. Mr. Savage will bo pleasantly ' na .Johnson, of Purksviile, are guests of Tub members of the Christian Kndeav-o- r remembered here for the stirring series Monday, Oct. , of fever, selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. The Social v will five an entertainment on if uiirmntiht hn liri'.li'lilnl iliirilli' the last John M. Perkins, after 17 days' sickness. Mm. Col. T. 1'. Hill. 7::W in honor of Mrs. 1). Monday evening rot'roctC(, meullllK; t Mit Gkoih.k T. MtlloHBRTs and II. He was -- 7 years old the day he died. SASH, Minn left yesterday to visit Mr. Hen II. J. A. lticiMniwii, me origu.mor o. wi T,U llinrrin0 llf MiM HMmmi, Mat- Cut down in the vigor of manhood, surDOORS, society. It will 0 heiu at .mis. McRiilierts at Kliziiville, Iml. Fair to Rev. W. J. Ward was consumma- rounded with everything desirable to in- SHINGLES, BLINDS, SIDING, Mns. J. 11. l)or,i.A, who has been ."banks' and will consist of voeiil and !; .'. J. W. Sallee perform- live for. He was married to Miss Mamie ted T u-A confined to her room for a week with ;at umental music, reciiatioiis, Ac. iii tin; l'apti&t church, K. Martin Feb. 1, 17. A worthy, devoing the Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. piuAttuit time is iinliciptileil. malarial fever. Is conrledmr. large number of friends had ted and tine wife, and two bright chilwhere Mr. Prim; M vttiibwsiwmmI up gathered to do honor to thu occasion dren sin vive him. in bis death his w ife FENCE. WOVEN WIRE & Tun tj a C wiH sell vxmimon tickets tu his work in IMI county, after sustains the lo:S of a model husband, The bride was very lovely in a neat between lSirminghain, Ala., and Cincina visit to his wife ami family at traveling dress and was the recipi- his children a fond father, his aged paWe carry a full stock of everything found in a nati to Lexington, on account of the S"t. congratu- - rents a worthy on, his brothers and sisr trots, Oct. l:l to 23, at very lowrittts. The ent of many compliments ami .1 V. Cmpmihu left Wwlmwlay niqrn-ini-Mr mill Mm. Wnnl took the ters a iuot worthy brother, the Christian lati.ma for White Stilrthnr Sprint!.''. U Va , same roml will aleo sell tickitd to Allan- church h consistent and upright mem to 31, good till Nov. train at once for a visit to relatives in ber, tne town aim community a useful Examine our deigns and specifications before letting your contract tu spend a couple of weeks with his lr- - ti mid itnrn Oil. Carolina, after which they will citizen. No one in our midst seems to ents. i, m low exclusion rnuti, on account ol North for buildim SINK 6c MKXKFKE, Stanford, Ky. Mrs Dr. O.N. Cox and Mit Taylor. ,, than "position. s - nunuof extend their travels and bo at home to have n .ore friend largo he, as was demonstrated by tho funeral procesof Nelson, and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mr their friends Nov. 5th. Mr. Ward has the toad for full particulars. sion and concourse of people that atwon a prize ami the Intkkioh Joirnai. Kmiiev wtuo giiMts of Mis. Dr. S II tended bis burial at the Christian church Hocker. J ailkii. fuu aiitretis of fatbens and extends warmest congratulations and yard at :l r. m. Oct. 7. He was a full partner in tho tobacco manufacturing Mis Fox is I'knkiki.tox, on of the fniili and the teurs of loving tuoihers hearty good wishes. and general merchandise firm of Martin most popular mid accomplished yonng mi,K0 u- - to them tti moili- Watcli Inspector L. & N. K. R .. deal er tn- it Perkins; alo one of the tir.n of the CHURCH AFFAIRS. livheH of Stmifonl, iathe giimt of Mr.Hiid ri. tion of 4iu2 their Imvi' name-- 1 in Rrodhend Roller Mill Co. He was a Mr. Chnrlow W. Kremer. New AUwny pnnt in a disgraceful connection, al least The revival at KingiVille conducted consistent, pleasant, pereevenng busi-ne- t Perman, quick to condemn wrong-doinI'or buifjvilli' Pot. till after the examining trial by Kldert J. L. Allen and .1. U. Livingwilling to tip and ready Mm. Ciuiti.Hf R. Dbij.. the clever haps we ought not to have yielded, but ston continues with unabated interest. prove evorright. and wife, The the oiphans gentletnan, who Iwm made u good the Hesb is weak when It comes to Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. Tho additions at hurt accounts had reach- partner, patents brotheis and sisters u and excellent neighbor, will leave i it.heart-fel- l and adding anoth- ed .'si. such riHjnestd have the sympathy of the n and this in a few days to make his home in Ab-i- er straw to the already heavy loud of The RantiaU will dedicate a new writerawful the enure community in V. bereavement. I.'eii, Washington. woo thut wayward boys have caused chinch at Rronstou, Pulaski county, on their Signal and Somerset Re- I Mt. Wk are glad to learn from his daugli-te- r them. Two young men wore lodged in the :td Sunday. Rev. W. P. Harvey will porter Vernon will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) will please copy. Mrs. Pr. Cox, that Mr. II. jail this week by Marshal Nowiand for preach the dedicatory sermon and a if M'Uitiiello, jh nearly himself again drunk and disonlerly conduct, who ought basket dinner will be served on the .VEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A BIG b.ith in mind and body, after thu first to be so ashamed of themsolvus as to re- grounds. severe illnesi of a lifetime of nearly solve uojer again to be guilty of conduct ' FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. years. that brings disgrace upon themselves i. It. Ctiii'ftNTKii, agent of the .Ktnn and muses the hearts of Christinn mothJim Bradley has sold his Life Insurance Co., has hean given the ers to bleed in deepest shame and sorforbid kinfclk .mil their folk'i folks my fclki Rosalind for $S,."00. awl their t.lk, .it i'.l jsc.lorol folk, to trcMiak twuntiesof ltockcantle.iiarnird, Lincoln, row. .1. II. Dunn sold to Walker, of Mad nr hunt Uri', r ' hM .iml s juir'ili n my Ur.ni PulAski, Wayne and Casey for his especwithout my priniMor, or Ihi'jr will be iuninwi mean w hat I .ty to the ('ill extent ot the Jaw Uonrr or Claims. After quite a busy ison, ii mare mule colts at 570. ial territory, and is up fiom taulsvilh) to A lHONUSC I1A1.L. T. M. White sold to Johnson, of jiu i of four days, this body adjourned work It up. He tells us he has succeed-t- d sesMon feeders Boyle, n lot of '2 and yesterday. As usual, the large claims of j. well so far. 1S90. severely cut, at '2 cents. Woonroiinii. I)i'Xi..ti',tbebig hearted the doctors weie pretty two. Mrs. Sue Mrs. K. R. Jones rented her farm of Blue-Gras- s Country Produce taken in e.xchan;c fyrgojils Kept in to k half in and clever young republican, passed some of them for keep- .MX) acres to her son Jell for the coming through to lamciihter yesterday. In re- Holmes was allowed 5I..SS7.0:! lmmcmc toc!c of (ruit arid ornftmcnul trci M odd in num- year for 2,000. swnse to, do I shako the hand of a ing the paupers, some Hiinn, of the West Knd, GrapcviniM, Apara;u, imall trevt, nn.IWe Burns M. Owens, as jailer, JtHX),2o. Dra for the lawn, orchard and Burden. hac congressional candidate '.' "No indeed, ber, S. bought of James RohiuboitShcnd of fan- no agent, but Mill .liract At low price to the jil.tu Doores, l'ettus and Zeller contested for ter. Write for catalogue to vou do not." he said with emphasis, cattle at o cents. cy ti K. IMI.I.KXMKVKH, adding "Not many of us want to tackle the practice at the poor house and the I.exinsicti, Ky 64 tl The Cincinnati cattle market is still former was elected, his oiler being McCreary," or ivonN to that effect. I cents hogs for best shippers; slow at .1. (J. U.tlU'KNTBU attended the 75. Dr. Reid was elected over Drs. :J for jail physii ian. IJIdc. are active at to Ijc. Sheep are linn at and Frye meeting of the Aiimriiuiii Rhinological Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils ind Window Glass.Wall in nom- at --' to 5; lambs "!J to ti. Association at l.ouisvillc and read n val- Iing and Livingston were put , A W.Smith sold to Miller it Rhodes, CIl fW I Paper, Fine Girjars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, it; preacher, when uable paper on Nasal and Pharyngeal ination foi poor house of lV'iinsylvanin, 10 small I. The pay Jcwelrj' and Silvervaro. Manifestations of certain diseas"8. Dr. the former was chosen 10 to mules at ;S0. Most of the tobacco has Thursday. Oct. 16th, 1890, 1$. (iillette, of Omaha, married is ?J). W. M. Rright was who I. 'S Atio'.l ck I' M f.11, r a f wh.!c li,s .nt.re Georgetown been cut and housed. stock 3311! 1 ('tirnie Cooper, was also present treasurer and qualified with S. II. Shanks Times. M. a paper on the "Hygiene of the secuiity. and J. P. Ciow and C. L. Crow have re CROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, Railroad Watch. The Messrs. .1. M. White, A. C. Carman, Respiratory Organs," which was fpper from Park Hill, New York, fi ., iiuw in thr t ui'roxm on Thinl treet. Dan. .1. W. Kulmuks, George F.ulunks and I'. turned ol viliv, Ky ill.' .lotk and a ....refill inventory both interesting and instructive 3 they went to attend tho great um 'I he tie k ha be.li for inspection O II. Idol, Hilmr. of T. C. Robinson, pre- where 33 laretully iclected, u fiwli and ilcan, and the formfor judgment horse sale of John II. Shultz. The 'SI toiC'hiiUH, wlm h hat hci'n used o yean as a sented a claim of ?I,1.h.7I CITY AND VICINITY. filly by Kilcr grocery tini, can he rented hy tne purch.ix'r a r. of ;200 and cowls expended in defending er jmichased 1 hK i xpl.'nijiil one desiriits to f r o ;M for $10. S. iihiiitofA. M. Feland against them for out of Romuella, by Siberia, for $750. 5.1 into i.:iiL--s onenincindv ai.y fin.nvn in .'a n i 'lvrm Chin ri:v "tKTu worth a .2 o aleJOHN W Yr R K Eh, telo S MyerH. Dunviin, iy damages in opening a county road thro' On arriving home Mr. Crow found a & S" o 'o ollering him 51,000 for his barO and .Saturday his place by order of the couit, which it egram Imsii Thuri-dao Mr. F. gain, but thinks too much of his pur was claimed they transcended. xr. M. F. Klkin A Co.V. at r: accept it. K. Robbitt spoke against the cluim and chase to O rr O OF A Hn.iiKSTcasli price paid for hides nnd Col. W. O. Welch for the claimants. o Teachers' Association. O c Co. furs. M. V. Klkin The justices then struck an average of 5 ri n i; Following is the programme for the Vclviablc Lincoln County 2Tam. u entitled to Lincoln County Teachers' Associon, to what each thought they were Ktr.(..NT line ladies' and minsoH cloaks r. Ail.iir Cirumt and the result was the allowance of S,"0, bo held at Crab Orchard, Friday, Oct. 17, II C. Ilaiccr, Adiur. with theCourt annexed ol W, 'J "5. u will and jacketH. Severance .V Son. 1'. Will. am, died.. Htf., v. John W. William, r . though Messrs. Roone, Chappel ami at 7 r. m., and Saturday, IS, at 0 a. m: , IK'fu. Notice Wells voted against it. of 101 piecuri, worth ", DiNNint sets styled cast', lly virtue of a decree in tho ahovt-Prayer KIder. I. M. Cook. o O rendered at the Scpttmher term, ikoo, of the S. S. Myers. ' The old claim of A M. Feland for tax I am now ottering for Addiessof Welcome Ii. I.ee Davis. Atl.tir Circuit Court, I will, as Special Contini o noncr of mid Court, on lists charged to him as sheiitl in lh7t Kesponse Miss Mary Kay. Nbw iiamh, dried beef and breakfast and '77 and which lie claims were never we Want to Accomplish W. F. J S WELLS, Ph. a. Prose. Clk. What Nov. 13th, 1890, B.H. DANKS, Jeweler. bacon at A. A. Warreii'H Model (Jioco- collected, owing to the fact that many of MeOlary. Cn lite jiieiiilio. Kill to the highrit b.d.ler ut pub . tho persons weie insolvent, dead or nevItaly Miss Cettie Thurmond. of ol , u .Hid 18 uionthi, he auilton,oi. . r, SiANKnKD. Ky vases, er existeit, was up again Wednesday. t. j 'oirt-llknown (Jut stock of heating stoves, coal How Can we Seen 10 Local Aid to Pub eqital intjIuielit, x rUin 'I r.ict at LandLincoln the Win I' Willmn- - farm, lymj ai is now complete. The amount with interest is tl, 117.71, lic Schools -J. coal hods, kitchen sets W. Smith, W. A Collier 'Co.. out he Wnteih of II mciliL' I'orL ndniinirditr;in littiv.ile o ately on the nLe Call and see before purchasing. Higgins and Mr. Feland was represented by and W. C. Wolford. uV it 11. luile friin llntt'inviMr, lism Breckinridge, Harding and.Ow8-ley- , V McKiiiney. Mrs. J. F. the wine land decdud by V.'u., I'. Willinnm tu W Messrs. Trustees' Census Import y drcd dled Au?.i.-- t .y, Ibfi, and II. Hitd'.u.i all of whom made strong speeches, Oover, John A. Chappell and X. W. recorded in the I.ir.ioln County Co irt t'ferk'a was nearly cold enough for frosi It nOiie, to which releiuiKPik mmie lur ,i full de for the justices Hughes. Koix. and 14 tctiptiun, rotitJf i.'jj 158 Atrc Wednesday morning, but fortunately without eil'ect, however, l'ol.' T in re District Association li. W. Iry, Sid Uud ill he .'tiered lit Tho voted unanimously to reject the claim. none has fallen yet of consequence. ami tlien all toj. Ukt, and tl.e hid "r !nd trails wln-'- i The case has been often before the court I). Dye. wilt be .Hcepted and the rf pleasant. bcnson ban been remarkably What Kdueatiou Means Miss Lizzie larut imoiint uf money with the same result in every instance. e and me tiin.) and 'mi At the it i'k i".e l'ettus, Mrs. Annie Carrier, J. M. Cook. tcnu : ill vlt raot ut Am back from the cities wiihnftttllinu tun' umre The report of the treasurer shows that w I How to Secure Advancement Mis-- about 40 Aby A ill weHarper and co vte.! ti W of Fall and Winter millinery, which wlfi hv deed dated William $0,171.7:1 was received by him from all it 7. and lecor.lrtt m aaid Ih' e, l)in;ui Alice Stuait, K. Leo Davis. Jan. invito the ladies of this vicinity to call sources si nee last report and that waturt ut Harm Theory and Practice ofTeauhing Mrs. taul county an the nf the tiiirc'iasers rorL. go..d with HonJs required in anil inspect. I will have my trimmed had been paid out, leaving a deficit of Pattio Hays, Mrs. J. M. Hendricks. cuntitM, l'enrinjj intereit from d.tc ..1 viK- and goods on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 10 $.)(i,17 on Oct. 7. to" Secure a Hotter Orade of IUMn; th"- - I r a'ul effect of n juJmcit How and II C HAKEK, Spe i..l Cm'r for and 17. Miss Annie Wray, Lancaster st. By a hurried footing the claims al- Teachers J. II. Allen, U.S. Young, G. ,. . .. w $0,0(11 tU, exclusive of W. Curtis. '.. Caatorla cures Colic, Oonxllpatlon, luiiiiK, lowed amount to S. M. BRUCE, htuication ot tne hexes fj Raima tlUKT. MIIIIIO.!. "CutorU Is so well adapted tocblUrpn that Sour Stomach, I)lnrrhai. Enielatlon, superior toany prescription who has lnen salaries and idiot claims, which make By nil the tennliers. I recommend Itos of the Highland precinct, Kills Worm, given sleep, and iroinolea Tt more. Squire Chappell hail an II. A. ARcnm, M. D., 1'sycholoKV 1'rof. .Smith, U. L,eo Da- known to me." attending the court of claims, was called ' Vltiuuit liiiurlnua meillmtlon. N". Y, lit So. Oifoid St., Brooklyn, passed which will save the comity viH, W. II. Miehuin, X. V. Huxheis. order home Tuesday evening by the sad now 8 fninmittee on Keeention Mrs. James Company, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. STANRiim.KY. Tn Ccnticr girl had been much money on doctors' bills. It is as Ouininlns, Miss Mattie Collier, Mrs W. that his little follows: R. Lee K. Bnchuniui, W. J. Kdiniston, fearfully kicked by a horse. Tho child SPECIAL ATTUNTIO.V to CO.M.MEIICIAL On motion of J. A. Chappell it was or- Davia. is still in a critical condition ami Dr. physician for the paupers he teachers not beloiiRtng to the As- tmvelcri. Horsea and mulct bought and told. a All who la attendiBK it, says thero dered that Only hrt-ct- a horennd vehlclei ued in livery. appointed in each magisterial precinct of sociation are urged to meet with us anil recovery. is no chance for its ly Semi-Week- 1nteko?J3URHf - . '. 11. "'. ,'.,' BOOTS i.-.- n. kJllXJjmkJLJ in I p d i - y, Stoek is Now Complete -- -, Buell Waterproof Boots, gold-tlll- 1 mfk-botto- ")- -', f bar-bo- r, SEWEE) MAOHIHE SEWED, d, y. j aton STAGG & McRO BERTS. I Stanford Lumber Yard, bct LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, SLAT typho-malari- I - LOIBER, ih i . Wwl-desd- ay Manufacturers of tit-tin- g i FIRST CX.ASS jCXTMBEH YAHD. j ,,,,, IW 1 1 -- -, I irs ROBERT FEZEL, -- to-da- g Kng-lih- ilftMES, lLOGKS AIQ iEWELRY. - -r .fine ,)cnntj. ' LINK OF four-cor- e POSTED. I CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS I FVA-XjZ- Just Received. Also line of Parlor Lamps of the Latest Designs. Glassware, Queensware and Tinware Nurseries. ctry-tbin- -' q MARK HAHBIN. I. cl. Rro-naug- DRUGS and JEWELRY H AMP;iBest -- h ASSIGNEE'S -- SALE. I I VVt!-h- i V n-a- TH9 c n -- A l - - y Commissioner's Sale o A-- $-.- n S'-'- O. - Thursday, r' cr-d- it I '.i c ?- i - Ilus-tsimll- e. t" i .1 .lx- - 11 1 s 1 r, tri-- I k. Ui.-.- J 11 1 e jO.'i'-'S.-- 20 - 6i-t-d Infant! Children. two-year-o- ld U the man who immortalized Rip Van Vhen not so paid S2.60 Winkle anew For one tiling Mr. Jefferson dicues K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. the oft disputed tpiestion whether an Train leave Rowland at 7 00 .1. m , returning actor or speaker should forget all about m At s 1 hiuiM'lf in what he has to say. or whether he should proervs throughout an edI, &N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ucated self consciousness that enable50 a m Mail train going North .1 itpm him to watch every expression of his an ' South 5Q p m . Express train " South 3j;am dience and take advantage of it. JefNorth 6 tom Local Freight North 5j8pm ferson says it depends on tho person: that South. each must And the method best adapted carry passengers The latter trains alo Solar to his own partii'i. r case. Ho remarks: The above is calculated on standard time. time is about o minutes iasicr One lellees tli.it lie must feel thu character ha til be charged." P1 $'J lrr. Winer In About Hip Van Winkle. An entornrisinz hotel keeper in Kan Joseph Jefferson ends that exquisite 'fas bcame so much frvt'uued with hav autobiotn-anhof his this month in The ing guests come up to the counter and j Ceatnrv. This last installment is taken fire the Published Evorr Tuesdny and Friday shot at up largely with the genial, kindly phi- him that he resolved uou a' mild and AT losophy that isa leading characteristic of agreeable revenge. His house is fitted .,YX"V"aVXCIfi Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal J5lt YEAU,iy 1 1 1 m n' rV" . RICHARD C. WARRENr 1 f . 'ncr of the S'ntc of Ken- ' .tfxofc Office on Ma... Dr. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DKNTIST. 11. ,.rt. ove. . Drug More, Stanford. McRoberls' Wv R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. pin) a, ei on to the shedding of tvul tears, nliile for mi 111 the other prefers never to lusa l.lin-tel- f ftnnt. and theru Is no doubt that ibey both act w ith more effect by adhering to theirou n dogmas For myself I know that I act best ti hen the heart Is warm nnd the Iicad Is cool In observ Inc tho works of great lwvluters I :lnd tbat they lime IK. conventionalities except their own; lieuce they ro masters, nnd onch is nt the head of UUonu school They are original, and could uot imitate men if they Mould. Sou Ith acting A considerable portion of this closing paper is taken up by a study from his own standpoint of Ins most famous character. Rip Van Winkle. A lady once asked him: "Why don't you Imvi a dost In the play'" 1 replied that I disliked realism In art, and realism nllvc, nlth n tail to nag attheurroag time, would 13 abominable "Hut don't you think that the public would like to --co sclitieklerr" "The imbllc could not jwy blm a higher com how gtwit an interest they pliiiient, forits-lioivtake In an animal that ha never been exhibited No, tio; 'hold the mirror up to Dutnru,' If j ou like, but don't hold nature up a relied Ion of the thing. iMit not the thing itself How badly would a drunken uiau gho an exhibition of Intoxication oa the stage! Who rhall act a madman but one who is ano? Wo must not Iks natural but appear to Iks so." "One ijuestiou more and I have done. Why do ) ou not refuse the cup that Oretchen offers you ut thu end of the plarf T. Inch I rvpliexl "Should lllp refuse the cup the drama would become nt once u temperance play This Mibjoct has both Its adherents and its opponents, nnd has moreover of late become a political question. The action would hae a local and et en u modern flavor I should iu ooqcx pivt to hear of Cinderella striking for high wages, or of a speech oa woman's rights from Old Moth er Hubbard aa to listen to a temperance, lecture from Kip Van Winkle; it would take all the poetry and fairy tale element completely out ofU--' w h Home, Office oh Main tret. opposite i'cnm.tn paiul ess for up.stairs Nitrous Oxide l.a Sven extractin 'STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Ho.v. lliriiAnn C. Waiuikn', of Stanford, candidate for State Auditor, was minslinc with the people of Han en during the Fair Inst week. Mr. Warren is the kind of a nun the Kentucky heart takes to, and, whether he wins the Audbets its with steam radiators, wider, in the win- itor's race or not, The Times change that he will lie ou hand at tho ter carry steam and bring mosquitoes with a lint fill of votes. U from their haunts in February, remind- wind-uTimes. ing the guest of it summer hotel ou the Jersey coast. Tho Finest on Earth But m the summer it is hot and the ton It K is Th Ciucinniii. Huimlmn ,V Iiijies are idle, and even then the people the onl) line running Pullman's 1'ertectoJ Sjfets Chair Parlor Slerpms VestiluUJ come streaming in aud want to learn if dad Dining lrain, with batwara Cmciaaaii. In Car service tho atmoi here is sutliclently sudorific anapolts and Chicago and is the ool line run Hint rhrouh Kcclinnif. Chmr Cars betaesjn to be utrreeaMe. Keokuk and prinrild. III and Mts. I.. and Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw, aad the This set the hotel innn Only. Direct Lino all of a sudden tin inspired thought came Lima, to him. He would pump ice water UstiMtrn Cincinnati, IMon Caaasla. Toledo, the Lake Regions and through the radiators. I he road is one of the oldest in the Sute ! n Virrimiif That is wh it he is doing now. Ice Ohio and the onis hac enierm$ Cincinnati overc.tn g j ' Hulrstef Its past record J. rt.t.iei ise sa.Ut of douMrtra. k, and s water imtW a tremendous pressure is mot than attire its patronhunttptcd, cotnfott aud all it r. tigt.r'ir j;ii. ir port Aui forced through the pipes. The rooms in aftv l'Kkatt rr in or and ssr that the) that hotel now make tho average hotel read C Hon Isil cither where, rut of Cincinnati, refrigerator blush. They put it to shame. Indianapolis cr 1 oledo HOUSE, K. O McCORMICK. When a guest now comes up to the General Passenger and ticket Agent ! U RILEY, Proprietor. register and begins, "Well. Mr. Jones, is this ho etc.. Mr. Jones breaks in - Kontucky. Salve Bucklcn's Arnica London, with. "Yes. it's pretty wurin 'Front,' Th best sals e in the world for cuts, bruises, tcl and am battel have m ive.t to m) new sores, ulcers snlt rheum, frser sore, utter, chapshow tho man to No. 30. " pitpat. than rver t aoommodate th public ped hand, chilblains, corns aad all tkia vrup ',o.il L.vrrv altaihed and every onven.ence di After that guest has beeu in his room tlonsantl positively cure piles, or BO pa)' lequir five minutes he rings for a fire, nnd the ed. It it guaranteed 10 cue perlect talitiactiot , sired t.ive me a cal. I RANK RII.KV. ?r Price jJ cent pet bos. juestion about tho temperature is for- or money refunded For sale by A R Tennv. Stantord, Ky ever knocked out of him. it does seem GROCERY. RESTflURUKT ns if the smnrtest men in the world were Is Consumption Curable Mr.C 11 the setting into the hotel bust jievs. Hotel Kd ay following down with Morns. Newark, And HOVKDIN't. HOUSI "Was ahcs of lunu 9mi Absolutely Puro i a v u M t utmtais arafmmmmmVneammmml SHammmmmmV mV ammmmmmmWV at is. f Iff t TtnHrV.. aTtfrr"' iW I m 110 fAiLE6 1 p Ins-so- 1 riwi0ni Twenty mi.es the shortest t wmwAiEMxy W, rm-'.Tiu- .sJW ..sN .IWiIUJ On-ciaaa- I'c-tro- POWDER 1 . , ikins I dirnt c nne. ti ns ..ir-r 111 Central t (lion de Michigan Points, on... Drtioit, Cleveland, Iiidianapolit ai Canada. . 1. 1 1 . New York, Washington, Chicago II ilfalo, the West, New r.n$lind. Hoston, I'hiladtlnh.a, , .V THE 1 RILEY li.ickesi time to lljrr 'dshurg, Frankfort K) Hi. hmoi.d, VIKi.lMA Short -- si an, lt.tckesi line p llailimnr. :" 11 I Solid taint, baggag. car, smoking csrt and cos. he I'l.llmat. II ml, ir Mrrm r. hr ugh with out change sia Challan rata, lliinilllgl.su., Merid i..n makinf dited oni eiii.mt rn io.it f r Knot. villc, Ashev illr, l.ym huurg and points I he 1 111 Weill DR."r. jTLLEN B- - PENNY, Ucailist. MaTTrest, in ofhee recently OmceSouth side Ky vacated by.Dr. I., F Huffman, Stanford. H. FA1WOOD ALLEN & ATWOOD, RKrr. RSTfTTE RQEETS. "" Johnson " CUy1JTennL - L VC JA3. o U111..W, . a - 1 A l.lttln Fellow's Itotixiiilng. There is a wee fellow in one of the suburban towns who combines in his small traute a sense of justice aud a fund of humor quite sufficient torn man of much larger growth A few days ago he had a severe pain in that jwrt of Eupepsy. his anatomy especially devoted to inPhis is .hat you ought 10 he, la tact you fantile aches, and in this case a in inmiy are ''fe. lulls must have it others the stern visitation resulting from sarchinc for to daily enjoymourning because the and it upon thousands ot dollar, an unlicensed indulgence in green fruit and it not 1 housaadt our peoolv the nop thai by "Mamma," aked the inquiring young- are spent annual.) this l.cs.n And yet it ma) he they mav attain Bitters, ster in one of tho intervals 111 which he had by ail. We guarantee that Klecttie use per if nsed according to direction and the had leisiue to indulge in abstract digettson and .mtt silted 10. s.illbri.g you gvd instead II "mamma, who gave me this iKiiu. v.. j.ma. Iv.npbtis and install for dvaneneiu aad 1 At Chattanoof a for Atlanta, Columh is, Wilming Mamt ion. Chariest n. Savannah, Ark llrtintwiik, I ake City, lhomatville a.id H.i.KI and triends and iician pronounced mean s h ' r " ri I h ive I ill line 'f f at ' C DA poinu Bepan taking Ir. Kin consumptive and the fines! Cig ir ami 1h terns Remem The only line running solid trains w.tl. . h.i. New Ducoserj for Consumption, and am now on I have only t n c t prli... jr Pullman fVmdoir or Halac Cars to )at k my third bs.itl and able In oversee the vvurk ou her that I t. II 11. corne. t. 1. Am pre) ared to tons ilk without change lor any tla.s of j jte-a Restaurant ever made. It is the finest medicine his firm ll-mle rje Had keep boarders al sen ger or hages Decatur, Ohio sast Middleware )e H doyou right. a call and be convinced l 11 I New Discovers for Selma an t Jlonloinrry, II. mill. Deat.r, it nut been f Dr. King Rowland J W CsKRIrk " died of lun uoubjss Hottn.e. Memphis and Alt KANSAS Slim Cot.cumptioa would mt Am no in best of S'..j(st and i. ktsi t nmon Nr tna, M by djslor Was given 1. p bile Poirt , nnneciiui's made at M, W, nk health ' Try it Sample bottle tree at A R. C. A. BENEDICT & CO., FANS vvitl.o.ii timni'iiis transfer for I r .1 n PerA)'sdru store lluusion, usi.n, A.ig-u.u- . 1 rc.na il. l. Slea-pin- 1 Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, 1 ASMiRD, KV t TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. 111 Wei's sin 'e.l is or factor) prue 'tr .ml I'm if s .rnitned w at thr Miss A .sii nlv I'.'O N . with ni si tivi nun' .h tt lint t I . s tr.11 Am ma ,nii .trr I s. I r ... .) l.lr i a! t iIIj- - ', m l, s .n W 1 I'jst. .n i iniv.u I It Inns rlh, ilf, spscu-latio- TaT3GIiIa BORING. - WM.AYKEb God?" AYRE8 &.GIVENS, Attorneys .nt Law, "Yes. Fraukie; God did." 327 Fifth St., ioi-y- r - Louisville, Ky. Shrcve Iluilding - - Whim the March blizzard of lSiS wns in full swing a night car was stopiied at the corner of Ninth and Saiuom streets. Dr Acker's English PlUe and for hours and hours the on? solitary - .,atfntisc and pure For sick head passenger wa.s kept waiting. Finally he ache. disordered stomach, lo of appetite, r d n have never completion and grew tired and bunked for the night at a equaled either inbihousaeta.orthey abroad lor sale America neighboring store. But he has never A R Penny, Druggist forgotten that a rido for which he had That Terrible Cough paid ten cents was cut short. Ou Wed- fa eha mnrmn. htirr 'd or difficult breath.. iverv thing done te m' it Sim Is untitled, sajs the court, to be com pen guests. The table shall never beurpai-e- d cheat quicken, Kited for Ions of time; for any expense she mcy nesday night opportunity was offered raising phlegm, ughtnew in theor sweats at night J 11. U by hotels in this section. " chilliness in the evening hare U.vii put to in making preparations for mar this gentleman to get even with the com- mils, an) of these things are, the nrtt stages r. all or rtege: for mental suffering which may have pany. He awaited the night car at tliat consumption. Lir .cser r.wi" s v been occasioned by the breaking of the contract; ure these fearful sy same corner where he left her more than dy w ill c positive guarantee mplom. ano I'enny K A by for Injury to her health, If any; for loss of a under a permanent homo and the worldly advantage two years ago. Ho Ixurded her, recog- Druggist. which might have becnderUed therefrom by her nised tho driver as tho man who collectMT. VERNON, KY. The First Symptorae of Death. tho circumstances as to home, property and pen. in various Hoteljts still maintain cuniary condition of the defendant being cods J ed his faro on the morning of the blizTire feeling.dull headache. and This old part He reminded him of the fact aud jtch of the bod), sinking at the pit of theor stom ered from the eildencein the case and her own zard. sum ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Spe appetite, fevenshness. pimple lots of lack of independent means. Shu Is entitled to demanded that he be allowed to finish are all positive evidence of poi.oned bood. cial attention to the trav eling public. mu be pur.ft.d damages to her reputation. If any, and for injury the ride, but the driver couldn't uee it matter h.iw it po.toned it M. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., Acker's Kogli.h IMoud 1 s.r to her future prospects of M. Vernon, Ky, titled to damages for any marriage She is en and compelled him to drop another dime. to avoid death Dr remove or svpMlu. Svtt. never failed to has humiliation, contempt guarantee at A K. poisons Sold under positive or mortification shu may havu suffered in the This he did, but devoted the forty-fivTHE circles wherein she moved by reason of the breach minutes of his ride to wrangling over I'enny a of proraiso To all those damages, concludes the that dune. Philadelphia. Record. The average pay of county judges in entitled, she the Jury should Co. court,that lieIs broke the "oven If In a careful con ftnd contract this State is Sf7.'), of county attornets I.lttlo Ilrprotiute. siderate, discreet and kindly manner " $p0 and of superil.tendeuts of se)ioils OF STANFORD, KY , Nine juvenile prisoners, whose agosdo iVJ2. Is now fully organized aud ready for business with If Dickens were alive today he could not aggregate 100 years, were in a Chi cago court the other day charged with Mile-.I'IIIh. find more thrilling theme Paid up Capital of - $200,000. than a the case of Jarndyce & for a novel raising a riot. Six of them were girls All lni,v.ir' Serve .s.i.i l.lvcr. 0.1 Ibr lli-- v so Jarndyce, A largo woman, with n big lunch 1, l.i'.ug'i ih.' basket Ihei 1 .'iii ih iri.l 13,500.; and one parallel to in Surplus, . - y run. t.1.1. m Thry sp. , the case of tho on her arm. was tho accuser She owns A it, pr.T l. il is to pi is pi 1. .tiiil rorst congress. A a vacant cottage which wars invaded by t.esf ana i hi .lr SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL Fiench spoliation claims in n win i. ti"H HANK OK STANFORD, it"'. ,..,l'd.isto SvCi.t hundred years a?o tho United States be- a dozen children who proceeded to "play ,Smilf' Qjtnp.i ir- it a it r uniora (Now iloMtig up) with the same assets and under came liable for those claims. They are house." She drovo the crowd out with the .nc management. I'ifl.s .Spasms (i Das. Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors are as just. They ought to have been paid a "shoe," and refused to give them their Ha I Mrs II A C irJn : of Visiu a. inrt fully protected as aie depositors ill National noiiUI liav t.i'f v UkO She overturned her basket fso ihousand Hanks, it shareholders being held individually generations ago. Everybody admits it playthings. SI. o 4 htci I spin Jht liable to the extent oi the amount of their stock Generation nfter generation they have on the court's desk and out rolled a large thou sub to n. ivo.i uriM'r Mi.n. homi tl..' vv.is ret t" . therein at the par alue thereof, in addition to the ..! buckii-lcor y o ti.ilpi' it wli as been preented. They have been n legacy collection of pobbles, decayed lemons d zx tns amount invested in swh shares It may act JjVf npiimnuit y I ottit.i - av ng rieii ii executor suliiimistrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as .n r tr ss ur uiu si. in certain families during all those antl old shoes, which she said had been e I II) tgn. n an individual flung nt h?r cottage. She could not ess she iv 'rii .."j. mr .lb on- i.ot To those who entrusted their btiisincss to us years, passing from fnther to son, from i.e point out the e.act infant who did the of Dr Mi.cs Ifosinr.ti ml.'r'iili ti. dieAtrlilt.. while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ot no mil Those who ought throwing, however, and so the court tie uf this im'w n.ultr wat... Stanford, we wr here tender our many thanks aud mother to daughter. A If Tenr) flnclylll.istrit.il trust they will continue to transact their business to have been supported by the money discharged them. They trooped out of Dru.' More who n cnuirniuiis ,uul guna-it- ci with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenIt. tion to same, our twenty years' experience in derived from them havo grown old and the dock wi th suppi essed giggles. Philahanking and as liberal; accommodations as lire con.ilarcloiiH iCn tin ran cc. gray nnd died 111 poverty, and still they delphia Times. sistent with sound banking TtKMnst amount .f ii.or ?r'or iifd bribe IkhIv sup JUUECTOHS were not paid. Meantimo tho Fifty-firs- t heart 'n ku-- ng nil port! n of t I'otu.il u Hundred roiimU. piled with b'oo.1 1st10tK0n1r.il yktowu Ilb.l J I. Williams Mt Vernoti; congress has just done what all tho other IOI.0X) tim.'s aud fore s thu I1.001I at th rite of J, M. Hail Stunloid; A waiter in the smoking room of a O Willi ; congresses before it havo done shoved well known Loi.don restaurant one night IDs mi "s I' ilnv, tl lib hlslttliM)No i)JMmc and J. S. Owsley, otiib-tun.S IM),isM) in s In S J. Enihry, Stanford, I'he Hrt them off to a future timo. so mans Hoart Failures. noticed a packet of papers lying on the are J. E. Lnn Stanford ; symptotiis shmtn s It'iih A. W Carpenter, floor after two customers had left the clsin" pnlulire Hi. iJ- .i toio.K'li ft ittering in J. K. liaughman, Hustonville; There aro always ways of doing things. room. On picking these up he was sur- cho'diit In iIiriMt.inr ss.ot.l h. t. U.lli.w weak, J. F. Cakh, Stanford; ankles, liuntjrv or moili r g Williim Gooch, Stanford, Ky. It seems impossible to get an interna- prised to find himself in possession of etc Dr Frank. in Maes' Nmv sw.in Cl'ltB In IIesiit S. II. Shanks, President n ). A I 100 in riO bank of England notes. The the only !' J II. Ousle), Cashier. tional copyright law, but tho great publishing houses on both sides of tho careless diner who throws his money Sells' circus train was wrecked in Atlantic are establishing branches in nboutin this fashion may consider himself ArkaiiBasand three fine horses killed. A Europe and America, and so circum- more fortunate than he deserves to be if valuable elephant was severely maimed he learns from this intimation that his venting the indiscriminate literary money is in the hands of an honest man, ami the whole outfit badly damaged. One of the largest publish- who, on finding the money, counted it ing firms in America will under a in tho presence of witnesses and put it different name soon establish a house in away till called for. London Nows. London When Baby was sick, wo gave her CaatorU. C111111I I'lojcots In Fruiiii-- . When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. People must be allowed to pronounce There aro is the their own name and tho name of the two projects, now under consideration When (ho became Miss, shu clunu to CaMorie, which if earned out will town in which thej' live as they choose,' havo an immense effect on the trade of When tho had Cull 'ren, she gav o tlieui Castorla and tho rest of the world must bow to Franco. The first is the project of their decision. Therefore wo must say making Pans into port by canalizing it the Seine, to that hen going vessels can "Don't say A Hoon to Vlveu sounds so green," tho enterprising citizens make the passage from Havre to Paris. I would net The second proposal is tor the construcHaving used "Mother of that great city aro accustomed to say be without it Itisabion to wives 'whs know tion of a canal to connect the Mediter- they must pass through the itainful urdeul of to their visiting friends from the east ranean with the bay of Biscay, with the childbirth Mrs C Mchurgc, Iowa. Write the llradrield Atlanta, intention of intercepting a great part of particulars Ruguhtor Ct.,Druggists Oa for further Sold l) nil That gallaut old boy Gen. Sherman the shipping which nt piesent passes with tho war LIQUOR E by the Lexington still thinksGettysburg, ended shouldVicks-bur- through tho straits of Gibraltar. New DHUNKENNESS-TH- World thoro la but HAU In ono havo York Commercial Advertiser and oil tho and euro, Dr. UnlnoH' OolUon Specific. Mills Co., Lexing- been stopped nfter Gettysburg, without a c in be given The Pinkertou detective agency, which thiIt knowledge of the cup of tea or coffee aithout person taking it, etTecling a sale by all carrying it iuto tho last ditch. ton, Ky. is attracting so much public attention speedy and crmancnt cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. first-cla- ss Grocers. It would bo better to open tho base- just ut present, has been in existence I'hoiiv.incls of drunkards have been cured who since lS't'2, when it was founded by Allan have taken the GoldcugcSpccihc in their cofTro fail to use Cream ments of churches and let tho children Pinkertou in Chicago. Haidly half a without theirknowled,and freewill. No theycau har.iif.il iimt drinking nf their own to turn the lit- dozen its administration. Cures good attend school there thanany education at at thatmen were employed by the agency etlcct results fromcircular and full particulars. guarif you tle ones away without Adtime, but today tho detectives in anteed. Send for dress confidence Oot.rK.N SfgcirtC Co., i8f Cook, j all. its service form a small army and Cincinnati, O HaceStree'. e In Case til Hreacli of Promise. FKAJsh. M.i.mu.'. JAS. G. GIVKNb Judge Cahill, of the supreme court of Michigan, has rendered a decision conGIVEKS & EBBIEQU. cerning the breaking of the marriage REAL ESTATE. contract which is likely to be widely quoted by lawyers on account of its clear - summing up of the points of the law. bought Town Lou. Coal, iron and limber Lands Judge Cahill says it is uot the policy or sola on commission, MimiivM-.- " solicited of courts to encourage unhappy marriages If a man or woman believes that a marriage engagement into which he or TEE COMMERCIAL HOTEL she has entered is likely to lead to nn unhappy marriage, then it is the moral J. II OWENS, Manager. - Kentucky. duty of the person to break that engageHarrodsburgt ment At the same time the one breakthis popular hotl ing the engagement is liable for damI have taken char and intend to mint in atirst class manner in every ages. What damages may be sued for It being papered and painted trora respect top to bottom, the bidding is being renov ated and the judge states as follows: pleasnnt tnd Pinevillc, Kentucky. toi-y- r An explosion in Dm Pout's Powder boy, Fraukie. who disobeyed hia mnmma Mill at Wilmington, Del., killed 12 and and ate green applets." t IS per?ons, besides doing "But you just whipped me tor that." wounded damage to property. The shock was felt Then followed a lew itiomeuts of jmin. during which there was generated tho for .'15 miles. resentment which broke out in the folDo not Sutter any Longer lowing: , ." Knowing mi j naumtHion broken in a "Well, mamma, I'd just thank God to nd the nr.t stages of c c.i aw l rAafl tall . let n fellow alone that's got his mqthor week, we news aim.i .. . 1. ...! ,t nnnir. It, all Coiun neiaeu) to punish him, aud stive his punishments who b..y take it as per directhms, andAdo not And K. fen for orphans aud children that haven't our statement correct- - For b. Ic by got anybody ebo to seo that they get liy, Druggist. Our Veiy Dest People ptmi-he- d tor being bad "New" York Connr-rur statement whsmjwc say that Dr AcEvening Sun. ker', hughe Remedy t in overs- way auperior to e. IhmI gr-a- "Why, mniiunn?" "To punish you for being commend Klectric Mntr4 all diseases of the liver stomach and kidneys at A R I'enny Sold at 5W and i pw botll drug store WV I am isel1 picpned to lrand will do the work in a guud manner and promptls little fl.t At One Dollar a Foot. ll or atldre me at 1. 1 or texas, arizona.mexico.caufornia. tnT iK .. llll , .... ...' ....( rrti.H. n lur... I. inlotmaiion call on Ax 'lit al Juurii "Wftl kv ... -- It add'.. . C liARVKY tVice Prrsioe-- t t Tiav I'aa .1 rllAN'K it. V D O 11 Agl WtlOl.l.IA DW A I , 1 I I, r t.nl.i, RDS A K Cs.ll on sijr.lt r, I kenlu.ksr SMI I II J.H.HILTOIT DIl LIONi NW'irCII.KN Dealer In ii -- cCjOUtSVIltt , -- 5"... 1 ci-- in .-- Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Moots, Shoes, Clothing Caps lWAlTaCniC0fji,. a . I .11 wm 7- -- - Conoral Lino of Crocorios, All kinds "f I'r .du. I' Hardware ware. Tinware, Furniture ar d a l.l.ieent A NEW FAST MAIL l IV k h - FauyCandirs l" elaacr r, I .1, lie- - Nt ia et.hangefor gorMlt LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Ilml UN (.roil I, but raid Mis Tare. any andall .Hh its lungs. In whoopiaccoui-- and croup, aample b.. 'c et you a and relieves at once We r.medr is sold on a Remember this tie Ire guarantee, at A.RIVsy s. h prepar. lion, for th thro t and ,t K Dail), Secures In Travelers, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE t er tttemrttd Selween the great! otntner lal cities or. Ike Ohio Riser aad Chicago, and the fastest lime and nttt corafottaMe trams all oiaitin the South, or to the West atd S rthwe.i '1 r lOualerparlof this tram en a tr ink lines it denominated The limited F.tpreti 1 he supeth rolling slock wc employ gists patr.ioi I nl. ti.te.t Comsori si) Mtn. rt, get Moaon aad stick to Mrtv.r,,t warn to save mone) aad have a pleasant .r ft rev I r t II information, lime card, mp, f.Uf t n irf addrees tt . tRl'sll, T I'. A , Louisv.lli. is). s II RKF.R.O V urtt H McROIIKRTS,A.Chis.t. Agl ,Maafnr.i . 1 rn . .- - I M FEMALE. REGULATOR i 1 1 comrort-ableY- or r, m NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL.! MENSTRUATION GRLKt QKHvtR'vSUl:rtRmOSiaBtiV01Ilia 1.1 U TAKtN 0 MONTMLV SICKNtSS OURVHQ CHIvrtCL Of J300K BRABFIEID TO'WOMAN" llt 1 I REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA GA. M.uiarAU jiatavrrs. Kentucky Central R.R. "JII-il'- -- CKAHS ROrTK." bss-m- e 1, tcr.-fulo- :PiSt4i" e ThoShortentand Quiescent Route from Central Kontucky to nil polntn North. EitHt, Went and South-Wen- t Fast I.lnobetwuon Loxlnston nnd Clncln- bCIIHU'l.KIN S" th Hound Farmers Bank&Trats f. t 11 11 " HI'FKCT.MA No 7. j No. 4. ' C.. IS..... 10 11, I I iJ No 6 Kx Sun J 45 4 . 1 j . ni-v- ,1 jwir In 2fyfcw. 'jflaaaaaaaaaaa4si?aWriaaaWsr I I I lw!v4?PawK-d- - I 1 11 . 'i- ni- - 11 111 -' - m rfii I Ps a99wK j iUJMzME& ?SalBaWistVwalaSal'..BBW -- " I -- ,gtJlafcsmw, -' 11 -. A ' Stanford. R11 h.nund llcrea Arr Livingtnn. North-Hound, A;; I.anraitet Arr l'ar.s 1,1 ...glon. Tans W in hester Hichtnond C.n. it.natl t vington. Falm mlh. Ill 941 . 11 11 1 to a m 10 p m 10 i t 10 p m am log pin a m, o, a m Pm. ' Ji pre o3 p ra 4 1 SJ l m s sn p m so 05 p m 40 p m J5 i,T j. i p jj p T 17 p m m m 5 so p 5 J I i ,r a Mt m ft o p ra M'po .. . j w prt No. No. ,. No j 04 p m P m ZZ. j ir-- 1.1- - I i No-- 11 . I Its- - 1 r thi-r- Milk-diewlle-; r -- -- -- p- '' I The BEST FLOUR CREAM For 11 "Spo-kann- ." Spo-kan- e; FLOUR Don't want a happy , made Roller g T-- 111 1 Flour Bread 111 Sm l.vc I.ivingtton . 10 5 a hi t - 1 a I tii'pat' h I.vc Ilerca , tva j 'on sii1, Arr Richmond . 11 4S am - lo onal Art st A th"" I.ve Stanford 7 00 a in Lve Lancaster . 7 4) a in 10 00 a in Arr Richmond. in p in 6 10 a in1 'tanl rl.K I.ve Richmond. In 1't.iiT.i 1 II s Arr Winchester. 1 00 p m 1 mi . ? 40 p m 7 4 a m' Arr l'aru l.exiugion .. 1 oc 1, m Lve 1 n 3 i P m Lve l'aru pm 8 53 am 4 si p m Lve Falmouth pm 91 am j 5 p to Arr Covington . S 40 p ni to jj a m 6 30 p m Arr Cincinnati J 50 p m to 45 Ncwpnt Newt A: Mississippi Valley Co "K. I). Solid Vestibultsl Trains to Trains Not. it and 14 run Sunday only between Cincinnati and Lexington, leaving Cincinnati at 8a m , and arriving .it Lexington it u in Lve Lexington al 40 p. m. and arrive at Cincinnati at m. All points last and Southeast Lexington. Only one n.ght out Irom Un the.Maysville llranch, No 9. (eaves Tans at 8 00, a m and No. 11, at 5 tj, p m, arriving iSo Corrected Tune Card in Mfect an al Ma) mile at 10 1J, a m, and 810. p ni No 10 FastM.iil Accom leaves Maysville at j,ij a in, arriving at l'aru at DaiT) No 11 Icavct Maysville at I jo and Daily 7 40,am Duily Vet STATIONS r.xprcs iKx Sun Kx Sun arnvesat l'arts at 4 IS. P m Thele trains aie daily except Sunday n n No runs daily Irom Lexington to Cinrinnati ia ji n LvcStinford i 7 am pm 6 lo pm 11 so am Lexington No 4j leaves Lexington 10 00 am; arrives I'aris " pm io.jj.iin; except Sunday 7 00 j.m ia 15 pm " W'mcheiter No 8 Iwv ei Cincinnati 5 10 pm; arrives " K. V. Junction pm 7 10 pm : except Sunday Mt Sterling. .. . 2 J" pm jj pm pm .in a 41 No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6 ooam: arrives P.nrin Morchcad Olive Hill nati 7 55 am, except Sundav to je pm f JS " Ashland . Train Notes No 1 runs daily between Lexing to 4J pm t sopm " Catlcttsburg. ton and Cincinnati. No 4 runs daily between ' Huntington . . 11 07 pm Cincinnati and Lexington tj pm Nos a and 6 make connections at Winfhestei I.se.lluntingtoii . 13 ) mn am lor points on the N N V Ky Arr Charleston am Clifton Forge. . IMl'ORTAN T Traintol this line uow arrive ' l.vnchburg .11 4S 1IH at and depart from the Central Union I'assengei 10 jo am "Cnailottetville Station Cincinnati, making connections for all 1 JS pm " Washington points North, F.ait and Wct. J J pin " llattlmure Through tickets and baggage checked to any c 15 pm Philadelphia. destination reached by a railroad. pm .; 9 " New York For full particulars address any agent ol the Co: " Kichinor.il, Va, 1 ID pin or 11 Oldl'oiiilComfcri W. I. MUNSON 'Irav- Pass. Agt , Cincinnati. Norfolk . ... S. F. II. MORSE, Gen'l I'ass'g'r Agt. and cm r .Hriu..n M.-- - jl- 11- it tt in ,,, .vlMfbu UH.II.IVMIII'h ircheII. E HUNTINGTON. ,cc IWt" and'cin'i p m dally, except Sunday c nncct at rs ainnager. ter lor Kicnmono, ry nu iaii C.ENKRAL OFFICES . 1 Limited Vestibule Ex from NewYork.l'hiladel-phu- , Ciin us Idi ij. v.' in ta , O Wi.hinglonuud all ivoiats fost, arrives at Lexington at 4 47 p " daily Manford 11 57 p m. ., and all points Fast mail from Ruumnnd, . stations arcut, Huntiiuton. 11 Va, und all localexcept Sun- 1VwCI1.1i. noon daily 40 rives Lexington at ilay. Stanford n J7 P ni I have finished my Accommodation from Olivrlllll and intermediate new Saw Mill on the Somer-s- c C points, Richmond, Ky., and points on the K. expike, 7 miles Inim Sunbnd nnd am prepared a m, daily, ily arrives at Lexington to furnish any kind of LUMIIER, SHINOLKS cept Sunday St infold jo ti m Ac. at LOW'ESI I'RIChS. 1 vv.ll sell thV lum' lie sur tickets read rend via N, N. A Al. berat the null or delivter, to suit purchasers. Ry.,i:. D. I'oitotRr. MAYWOOD, KY. R MORSE, 0. 1". A , Cincinnati, O. S. F. A H.IIASTIN i WW k in 1 " Joss Thompson, 1 lie 1 pt ii OLD KY. ROUTE Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, t. ii in jjjp 11 1 ; 1 Pl .i A-- - 1 .s . 1 1 1 11 W-- HEW SAW 1 OIvl-meatna-. l