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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890101401 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. r- 3 fn - r ? n i Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. HUSTONVILLE. CRAB ORCHARD. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY..TUESDAY. OCTOBER CHURCH AFFAIRS. A 1.1 14. 1S90. NO. 65 Al Hums and (.ieore Miller diveus returned from I'nlaski last week with ti mixcil lot of 31 mule colts A fatality s unions the hoisi of this vicinity cholera, of cour&u, us few hoJ of Into yearn die of nnylhim; else. We were sorry to hear of the of Boyle comity's clerk in re- fusing Htul Dunn license to wed, but hej aud Jim were adequate to the emergen-cie- s and Tom pule, iw ever, wus piomptto respond to the cry of the distressed. Well, Win. Held, .r.. wns ont lust week agaiu behind oKl Itotui, to give his piscatorial pupils another lussou, and Jim (ioode atlirms that the mir seat was bolted to the wagon and nil piutiei tiinl in before starting bark from the river, conseniently when old ltouti smashed s wagon the only daminto a age was a crippled wheel. 'Hie professor's hand was still in a sling, and whilst the Tyios landed several lieuutiiiil Imss. the old man's luck was so disgusting he Uiit nnd put his resorted to for mud eats. time in Jim Cook and Squire Adams are the t huinpioii gardeners of the West Mud, if we are to judge by the mammoth cub bane heads, of which we were the proud recipient, given without view to gcttuii: their named into the papers, understand, and, naturally. accept as correct disruptions of other crops, la private discussions with the gentlemen, sewratoly. we four-hourrod-worm snM. tin. ... in iv him Vive a supper ai tjoiiego nan Friday night. Admission XSc. . t t ft 'fit ine leairiers la Association win Mom its sessions in the Baptist church instead of at College Hall as previously an- i . The lnilit.4 (if f IlirUtim .....laxcu propeny ?7,27lJ,2(X). Pin. vnliii, nf ...v... ...i.w. f!iitrrli .....i i 1 inferred that each is an adept with hoe and rake, but in a little soetal com puns on of notes it crops out that vSeorgo has had much to do in Cook's garden ami that Alex Cooper can give the peli-greof most of the vegetable in Adams'. -- L'ncle Jimmy Walker, one of the oldest citliens of the West Kud, Is iin exceedingly skillful carver with pocket-knife- , as attest the innumerable walking canes ami cob pipes so liberally and copiously distributed anions bia friends, Ono of his greedy friends coveted a beautiful cane he recently liuUbeil and gave to an appreciative gentleman and grudgingly asked, "Why didn't yon' give that Hy tieorge," restick to a christian torted l'ncle Jimmy. "I wish you'd show me one." Hut speaking of absurdities, Dr. Brown's rooms have again assumed ioxy shape and the improvements are so divided that Mis. Grundy has striven to give currency to a leport that the veteran hxs at last been aroused to a radian-tio- n of the "truth of an axiom" found In one of the epistles, or some where else, which reads something thusly "It is not well to bean old bachelor." At Stanford, lately, we wore again reminded that the world rapidly grows older and certainly no better, in sjwts. Once, it was necessary to the safety of nocturnal promenaders, whose inr air, that only somnia required coops of the most ferocious fowls should be locked. Now, won the sanctity of l'ncle Kd'ii garden and private apartments is not secure against vandalism. His choicest watermelons, which were cherished for their seeds, have been spirited away and his favorite fowling-piec- e stolen from the wardrobe just before it was needed in the protection of his crops. Just think of the woeful decline when the ladies of the hotel are persuaded that Mack knows who stole that gun and that Aaron could furnish a tracer to the big melons that were miscarried. Next we shall be little surprisexemed to read that the straight-luced- , plary old bachelor-- of the town preempt reserved seats at every circus and iniuBtrel show. Purely, it was not ever thus," and home missionary work needs many a tribute. Maj. Geo. M. Adams, Secretary of .State, was hero Friday, en route to Mum Chester on business. The major appears to have taken a new lease since the adoption of artificial locomotion, and is little less graceful of movement than when possessed of two feet. The same cheery, genial, irresistible Matt of old. Miss Berta Newlin, of Danville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. II. Taylor. Miss Nannie Brown is oil" for a Hying visit to friends at Liberty Mrs. Maggie Carpenter is again at Louisville with her little daughter Nellie, who is so unfortunate as to require the attention of an oculist. Master W. I. Moore left Fri lay for Danville, whence ho will start early this week for Eureka, Cal his future home.. He will enter his grand-unclGeorge U. Knott's, wholesale and retail drugstore. "Wee," as ho is familiarly known to all his acquaintances, is an exceptionally bright, mauly boy, tfhoso capabilities encourage his friends to hope for cheering reports of his rapid develbusiness man. opment into a George II. WaMi has sold to I. F. Steele his stock of drugs, and left for Chicago, proposing to grow up with the town. George leaves mauy friends, who will be glad to hear of his success. Uai-lee out-doo) - ten-doll- e, first-clas- s people, a gain Arkansas has 1,125, which will entitle her to another and perhaps two Congressmen. The death of Hon. Philip Francis Thomas, of Maryland, leaves Hon. Harvey Wattereou the Btjo survivor of the 25th Congress, whoso 'jlrst session began fl years ago next December. Vi of church, otlicially recognizes the United his new residence, corner 4th and Broad- States law aguiiist jmlygamy and forbids way, and will move in soon. FOR SALE 0B EE2TT. I If Inf.. ...... I.,... !.! .. . uuv tijHiiired furthet plurul marriages ..A .ui Amu ui kuikis are hoiu on Lot on Main Street in Stanford Elder J. G. Livingston closed the the roa.l by drummers, but the first onel H8l'SE contain-' -0T r ,N' w and 1s.TAX,FoR? Messrs. W. H. Brown and d,,,, fo Hoiikc jm ... 4 pr . Containing re In: Ali .m We lOuse man noKI. this week, to Booth Thomp- meeting at Kiugsville Sunday night with selling Homing else out pins was here re- There are a' it barn and rn'i in iOL,J jrJer Ap.ily ( IVrm. en son, of Garrard. T R UAI. IPX, Stanlord. additions and the membership greatly cently. (.INS head of mountain f Hi'. J A district stewards' meeting was revived. Elder J. L. Allen assisted in averaging 1,100, at 2 cents. held here Friday to divide and place the Mr. John McKiimaird. the d..vor the meeting until taken sick. ! blacksmith, has taken himsidf ami fainl-- i The American Baptist Publication money given to this district where it My Deiira'e Property, Vm n a ly oil to Middlelx)ro nmiln to get some Society last year employed 120" mlssioua-o- f rightly belongs. Forepaugh's show, which exhibited Catrcn'S PllC3. Sessrsst. Zv.. the filthy lucre lying around (Mi up ries, who oruunind '.V churci.es, found-therIn the corporate i.mu of Rowland. tYft ' t ItaiM ""l -- 'ww m il.ln Nmv, 120 Sunday schools, buptixed 05 pei- '" '""; Ijvj CO nAfl u" ol ptr nontt , , H J DARST, Rowland. rwitin at , r"r price, piiu-eur i' n m at Vomer me crown oeing loo sinoil to pay kcriptiun and A gay party of yonngstera, diaper-(son- s and gave away 1,000 Bibles. t, Ky. WM. M. CAt RON ' 4t oneil by Mr. Walter Garur ami Miss LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. hv. Otto Kuhr went to Athens, the enormous expense. Col. J. Sanford will deliver the Mary Curtis, went to the knob?, south of Ala., Saturday. Helms to work there The underlined will rnt for the year iSji, on Crab Orclmnl, Saturday, chest nutting. in a new German settlement. Bev. Paul second lecture of the lecture course on reawoaMetermi herparm ol Atrei. lU mile The formThey report an immense time. tho Schanke, just arrived from Berlin, Ger- - thenightofthel7thon "Walks in Home." edUuin; to my runtinued bad health, I hae EUm, lnH.1M.ll.d4n ille. K, Fal!. ', catl pnvilee of seeding thu to a partnerihii Clara Louise Kellogg is billed to appear under the tirm with my brother, John L. Co to M., XAXcf lfe.NKI.NS, A protracted meeting is on this week many, takes his place at Ottenheim. ot M. F. tlkin r.amc '" Uantille, Ky take ctfect Oct it. l'rons Lnowui thtmitK e at the Opera House October 21th. at Ephesiia under tne auspices of Uevs. Dr. Eelley, the Methodist preacher indebted to me will plcac call at once and settle. Thero has be?n u great deal of kickam unable to tee you in peroo ana need i:iy k. D. Knonks, W. T. Ueymlds and A. who gave up his church without the Thanking you fir your liberal Kou:. and L:l at Crab Orchard For Sale, by some of the members of our prom- money badly. pan. J. Daugherty. Some doa-in the or more conseut of the bishop, to accept the pro- ing ak continuance at tame toKetpcctfull.-inent churches about their pastors at- ward the o firm. hare professed religion and the meeting hibition nomination for governor of TenM r 6! A ?,nili1'',,;l,.,1'",,lni-- f tending the circus, which was recently U Acres, d will probably continue until Sundav. at Crab nessee, is undergoing trial for the ofky , and knonn as the here. I'm thinking if a preacher or any property, one Illock Iron. Depot The house The 'Juvenile" contest, promised by fense before the Tennessee conference. iKKly Fruit Tross For Sale Cheap. conumssix spacious onelattice porch, else never does anything worse open porch and portico, with all necessary one Prof. Smith a couple of weeks ago. came which ought to depose him. Cril onora.'dre., D II. Edmistou, hae a nice l'it of ADnle Tree. fJrart' Vines Crab than that he'll get a free ticket to enter for sale Orchard, kj.,or m at Pines ille. Kv and Knpherry I'Unt, nf m own uil Friday night at College Hall, and -- Bishop Fitagerald, of Little Bock, a me gates leaning imo ine SAMl EL BLAIR, M. D. i$ .ern menial UltV. Apple Ire-w,,h ta emti and other in propor- was witnessed bv a fairly audience. iiW ,0nths ago sent an Indian pony to c'3" outp,hLhMMpVox -- Hon. Henry D. McIIenry, member t,on- l The entries numbered Ih, all little lwys nev. ptl,r M,.(joy. tmstor of the Church of Stanford, Kj the con. con. spent Sunday here with lj "n and girls, whose ages ran all the way 0f ,st. Mary Star of the Sea. at Baltimore, his sou, who is attending Centre College. from 7 to 12 years. Three dainty sou-- ' M,i. Ths Indian pony was a prixe much Miss Andres4, of New York, is visiting EV&Xir.A I desire to sell my (arm of al.out 2TOH ijo acres, a out iJi miles north of Stanford on venir books were the prises ami the cute Hought for at the recent ladies' fair and Miss Mattie .McAlister. Mrs. tho Kush Ilrancli pike, opposite the old church. There Dr. B. F. We offer for lale pmatel) 01 r farm known at are abjut so acres in wheat and rye; the manner ouch little miss and little master was disposed of on the closing night, balance ileriidou and Miss Nannie Anderson, of, the Gecrge Anderson place, mile from Huston of the farm well set in timothy Good dwellinc hit tl his or her recitation Bhowed plain- - bringing into the treasury $2,500. on the aire, of rour rooms and kitchen and splendid Barbourville, are visiting Miss Florence Mile, dwelling Liberty pile, lontaimn.; good of ' r.mj arl well watered Cali barn; is well watered and fenced. a Possession aew can lythe ambition and emulation upper- T,,B Christian church here has re- - Ball on I'ine street. John J. Otter and 011 cr address ui at Hustonvillc, Ky be gisen immediately. For particulars, se J. Hailey, Stanford, or write the nndersuned I. JOHN EI.I.IS most in their eager little min.ls. Mrs. fSe.l to accept v. J. B. Gibson's at wife, of Louisville, are visiting at James MARY ELLIS Cincinnati. Ohio WITHERS. Meger, Mis Sallio (ireeu and ,mli0 ,l he has yielded to the earnest II. Otter's. Mis., Sue Buchanan act.nl as judges of -- M,s.Cornelia Young, widowofJno., pU3JjC ,,,.,,! of the members ami agreed to Of StOCk. I the contest ami alter comparing the nier- - tKr with them another year, which C. i oung, and daughter of the late Uov. , I wish tosell priatei my Its of each, adjudged the llrst prise to vvi maj-t- lMl, seventh. Mr. Gibson had John residence and prop-erJ. Crittenden, died in Danville Fri la order tocloe out 0 ir pre.ci.t niittierhip we Ihe house has rise roomi, store roam, pan- will ell .a' public auction at tne residence of Burch Buchanan, the second to Eva several calls from strong churches, but line llii.bt. n.'.wl 71 frni.i n strnl-.- . nf n.r. baclc Porch latticed, iiood V Maoo, 4 mile i 'toVe"'"?an' we-- t of Mt. Sterlmj, on JaweJi window son outh side; outbullcfinnk Bailey and the third to James Broiifliigh. ho preferred to remain with his first alysis, which rendered her speechless all new, consisting of meat house, henery. coal All acquitted themselves handsomely ovo The church has greatly prospered from Monday till her death. She leaves "Wodaosday, Octo'oor 22d, 1890, house, corn crib aud dairy stable. There are two stood cisterns, one at house, the other at the staand made their mamas and papas proud mitVT Mi ministrations and he natural-o- f four children, Kev. W. C. Young, the ble I here n an abundance ol fruit, including The follow m; Stock, tiewtt raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, currants. them and their teachers as well. ly feeU a tender solicitude for it. present president of Centre College, Mis. W'rapes, therr, plums, damsnn, pear and apple 40 Jennets, 12 Jacks, 20 head of trees Also some nice Jersey Cows and heifin Mrs. W. F. Abrahams is visiting her . H. I. Jacobs. Miss Sallie Lee Young and bred to registered bull One harness horse, one Horses, daughter, Mrs. Jean Davis, at Kuoxrlllv. orowem of hots are reali:ing a for Miss Eugenia Young. Two brothers and Including No Brood Mare and combined horse, both secral extra w uman or child One tfentle and can be drisen bv buggy and phaeton. Mr. J. Will James was up from Piintu;tnm. this year-th- ose who plaiito.1 i ono sister survive her Robert Crittenyoun; Stallions and (iclduijs Also 8 acres of pasture land, which will be sold in one piece or divided into lots Gorda, Florida, last week. Mrs. Annie' Urge enough acreage of the crop. The den, of Beattvville, and Gen. Thomas Catalog ,.e sent on application. .. tosuit MASON Hn.NR, I hose wishu k to buy a lot cheap wilt Miller and little daughter have retiirneI yield ia siimll. but the quality BUporfine Crittenden, of New York, and Mrs. ChapMt. Sterling, Ky. golden opportunity m On thu following da, J O CARPENTER, Stanford. home after several days' stay with Mrs. jiie grower. James K. Clark, of Otorgo man Coleman, ol Louisville. Miss Hattie Vanderpool county. N. Y.. will realise $15,000 from Sue Holmes. Thursday, Octobsr 23d, 1890, is visiting relatives at Brodhead. Mrs. tm hop harvest Hip. hop. hurrah! MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Clayton Howell will sell J. S. 1'ish was the guest of her daughter, And STOCK OF DRUGS FOK SALE Thompson and Miss Addie S A cotnhi nation of nickel isto butiael in Mrs. Dr. J. U. Carpenter, a portion of 25 head of Jennets and 35 or 40 Desinni; toijult the dru; Imsiness at e last week. Messis. Charley Singleton the nnnor plating fur the new vuMels of Hohhs will he married at I'reaeherdville head of Horses clter my entire stock of fresh Drugs and Chemical for sale My Moot iscompleteiti esery nickel combination plat- on tho Kith. and J. S. Edmistou went to Kirk&ville, the navy The Ol various kmds Sale to take place in Mt. Ster- particular and the busmeis is a paying one in Husling Catatofue sent on application. It is aniioiuited that the oni;aetneut Thursday, the former to enter Elliott In in.: wnll ttini the huge shells of the mod tons ill.. ill also rent the entire houv? mr store d of Miss Winnie Davis, of Deauvuir, Mis., is located in The house contain' 4 eood upstairs stitute and the latter to sell some of ern gun better than the old iron plntint;. rooms. G. a. WASH, llustonsille. Wniiamaker'H due "clodings." PUBLIC SALE Mr. Congress bus made an appropriation of to Alfred Wilkinson, of Syracuse, N. Y., has been broken oil". 1. 000.000 for the purchase of nickel. ot with her two pretty litJean I)icker.-iiiFARM ri?, SALS AT At Aberdeen Squire Beazley married : Miss Jennie Insley tle At the annual meeting of wholesale :!1 eloping eouples between Sept. 1 and and Master Valentine Lisley, left tl.is On account of continued bad htalth, I desire to sell week to visit her brother's family in druggists in Chicago this year the presi-- Oet.- -. The parties ere from Kentue-- ! Owinj to continued had health, w hkh pte ent- land privately my farm of 310 Acres of at a bargain, in a line state ol fertility Would I me from attending t basiuess, I wi'l on Vermont. T. It. Carson, of Cincinnati, dont of tin- n.sw ' ition criticised severe-- ky, West Vn. and Pennsylvania. sell 200 acres with improvements Location one Miss Wrjjie Coppae, of Bradfords-ville- , ly the senate hi., to prevent the adultermile south of Staniurd, and the laying of the farm the commercial traveler and real estate FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1890, is superb There are all of the necessary imgave room for who has fremieutlv visited Mis provements, including a frame dwelling ot fise Mrs. ation of drugs. He said it dealer, was in town Saturday. mile north of rooms and hall, a Urge basement ham, and inquisition and the spying out of valua-- j Fannie Swope, of this county, was mar At my residence about M. Ivinnnv. on the Fork turnnikp. I.tfu buildings new Fur further information, apply all Lena Miller, of Kearney, Mo., is the to Well, why were not all the rit'd last Week to K. F. PoilllhlS, Of the coin county, Ky.sell.it public auction to the KOBT. McAl.ISTEK, Stanford. guest of Mrs. II. II. Ilrouaugh. Messrs. UlesocretA iiiici i'iuui-i- ..ii ui uijol oku.n( v.iwi auu druggists honest, mixing and compound-- same town. iiu Utensils, It. K. (iaines and Etnbry lleazley, two Seven mg on the square.' Then thero would The relatives of Capt. Holers, of eldiii;, head of Hones, anion; lliem a Hanging Fork Cavaliers, were here Sun- ery fast in liarnot, and one giwd family have been no need ot any law at all. Fort Smith, Atk., are eontestim: his will harness horse; i Jfrev Cows, all of them irood Margaret A. Portman, ..sv stf nu .1.... ,a .!... ..tlu I'lff,) milker-.- ; i Jersey Hull; toheadnt Hoys and one k'iviup his voting widow Order of Publication. on the yokp of excellent u ork Cattle; 100 barrels of Corn Mr. Humey Fish, whose fancy as well as II. Poittnan, Deft Joel J Pree tra,k, lttU:j lmil lo hu5ti0 auriniC crounds of insanity, claiming Harness, i Iiuggyanil that he in the tield; Harness: i Spring Va;on,new and Pole footsteps often turns thitherward, says tUe last dnvs of September The tariil and I he petitioner hawni; this day filed her petition Double Harness; 1 lot nfCloer Hay thatMiss Virgie White, a pretty Tui-- (!VW Wont into oiTev--t Oot. . and it lays a married under the impression that he and Household andKiUhen Furniture in the barn in the clerk's onice of this court, asking that said Margaret A. Portman be empowered to use, enabout 4? Also nersville brunette, is visiting Miss Mag- - tariff on eb'gs. In view of this eggs in had been rejuvenated by being inocula- which Ithe l'.irin of is a very Acres of Land, on joy, sell and convey lor her own benefit any Klixir of land amiInc.in This state of deiratle tract of propertj she may ou nor acquire, free from tl . a good Mr. J. T. tm. United States went up in price at ted with the gie Tucker, in the country. The cultivation is claim uf her husband, to make contracts, Life and died shortly afterwards. He impiovemmts consist olauuo'l comfoitnbte dwell- debts or be sued as a smjjle woman, trade in her sue and Chadwick, wife nnd son, Johnny, are once, about Oct. Canadian ex Some ing of 5 rooms, alsodimn; room, summer and u in- own name and dispose of her propcrcr by sullor ter kitchen, smoke and lieu houses, t Urge and deed. back from TaeweM, Tenn. As Sir Wal porters worked day and night to get must have been crazy. imm ell arranged barn and all other nsccsarj It is now ordered that this nctice of said action ter Scott remarked on his return from their oggs over the line before the bill provements. DEATHS' DOINGS. Term: The peronjlty will leotd on a credit be published for ten days the Interior Journal, Italy, "There's nu house like my ain went into effect. One firm had to ship until January I, i3oi, lor all sums ecr $10, the a newspaper publihed in Stanford, Ky. Given under my hand thi Oct. a, 1890. security, house," so Jim is moved to say, "There's 15.000 dozen across the border between A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank purchaser RiMng mite with approved Hank of JAS P 1IAILKV, and pasable in the National Clerk Lincoln Circuit Coutt. no town like old Crab." That incotnpra-- the 1st and Gth. ille; under that um, cash must be paid Thus they got the Matthews, of Somerset, died suddenly cash; the Thp farm will he sold for hie joker, Mr. Chris Hutchinson, was benefit of the rise, Saturday. balance in 6and 13 months, in equal installment", ' 'i date V A.' down from I'ineville Frldav. --The corpse of Miss Alice Conway, lo,,Fcnr nV soon as tc; in-- of sale are Giu Quickly. Brooks went to Lancaster Saturday nnd I r SHAHPE mulied with daughter ot lion. Sam Ward, who marH T. Bi sh Auctioneer ci td In the face of great calamity all man- ried and went West about a year ago, Hold, as he always does in every town he Mr. kind are brethren Our brothers in visits, a cargo of his good goods. was brought home for burial a few nights E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor are at the point of starvation. In URO. Mars l'isii, oi incennes, nui., ami .Mrs. Sallie Hhinehnrt, of I'ineville, are here previous famines thero wns aid in abund Robert Owsley, tho No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, visiting their mother, Mrs. J. S. Fish. nnco for them, but it came too late. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. McAlister, died and its proprietor is determined that Whole families wore in some cases found shall be maintained. broiicho-pucumStark has gotten to be a yesterday morning of dead in their cabins, with none since he left here some! lying nia. The burial will occur this morning Js an invaluable remedy Of ' i!,.n..u three years ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. F left to bury them, before the world was :.. iniiiaiu He has recently added to its appointments y t in u i lulls. iv W1 i if ft M t if" fully awakened to tho fact that the in Holdam are in Noblesville, Ind., this sm lk llr s ucv o ujni.. im-u,. I, . .. fTri . wtek, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. Ar mimuo uuiivi. ' , living skeletons and ghastly stories of UVLH, UYSHLPiIA, FILLS, l",. .-.,-..., thur Heller. Mr. E. K. Higgins, tho t jwH.aHhW A First-Clas- s uuburied corpses in tho famines of wan -Livery Stable popular Louisville drummer, is sojourn-uipiureu m ami orougni frffUhlH, UUO I IVLIiLOQ, To aecommoda'e the demands of his increased and 1879-8- 0 turn tho imaginati back to the scene of his crime. ing here u few days with his parents. transient patronage. Hest Turnouts furnished sick with horror AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES. Commercial Travelers and others Sprague. Jr sou-- -ti -tt Mrs. Mollie II. Turner, of Louisville, In our day news travels quickly. The . . , , iiChase, nnd grandson of Simon I. Chase, very inieuigeui. uiui ciiarmuig poetess, need of Sold Ireland for food is now fully beleft Monday for Danville, after spending fore the public It is of course only was found head in his room at Seattle, two weeks very pleasantly at the Harris necessary for tho prosperous American Wash., su (located by chloroform. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and other not to trespass on our lands without per House. The salo of lots on the lth and 10th mission, as nil such will be prosecuted to the fullpeople to know there is need, and they at Cioshen, Va., nmonnted to $42o,000, est extent of the law Signed: will respond royally W. CJAINKS. Doctors, Attention. J II. McKI.N'NKY, Mrs SAMPOKP IRWIN, There U need, and urgent need. Con which breaks the record in Virginia en JOHN G. LYNN. Mrs. ALICE Tt'CKEK On motion of J. A. Chappell it was or- - tributions of food, money and cloth terprises. This points toward the fill JOS. liALLOU. W A HAMILTON. JTIIOS C UAI.L, dei ed that a physician for the paupers ho ing can be forwarded at once nay. llllment of Commodore Maury's prophe I S PHILLIP" M. C KK1N0LDS CONSUMPTION Mr AI ICE J. IIAl'OHMAN. J I. HECK appointed in each magisterial precinct of must bo forwarded at once or the cv tnat viosnen is to Decome the iron SCROFULA of America Lincoln county and the allowance for fathers, mothers and chubby cheeked centre BRONCHITIS Meu havo frequently been mulcted EMULSION tho medical services are not to exceed children of beautiful Ireland will die of COUCHS tho following named sums: Stanford starvation. Ireland has given many no- lor alienating tne aueutious oi wives COLDS CURES precinct SloO, Tnrnersville $70; Huston-ble citizons to this country nnd will give from their husbands, but it remained for Wasting Diseases Mrs. KllnT. Burl, nf XW- - Ynrlr. tn linvi. vllle SSO; Crab Orchard $100; Highland! more. Let us feed some of these now. $70; Waynesburg $100; Walnut Flat $:0. To those who havo no direct way of to pay to Mrs. Ada Hichardson $20,000 Wonderful Flosh Producer. $.')0. is to be publishHubble This order Mrtuj" havo gaiudl ouo iiound communicatiug with committees who for robbing her of the affections of her Jorn-x.i- . ed in four issues of the Ixtei-.ioi- : charge of relief funds it is sufficient liege lord. A jury assessed that much per day by its use. take V sBWBiMBiHBBr ,r Scott's Emulsion is not a secret and the county judge and county to say that Tho Now York Sun will act damages against her this week. Thu loiirnal cleric of this Hnnm. nf reilicdv. It COlltuillS tho Btimillftt- clerk are directed to receive bids from as treasurer and agent for this purpose g pioperties of tho Hypophos eft CO., the physicians from this date to October nnd will forward faithfully all contri- Kepreaeutativea has been making some' pliitea niul puio Nonvoginu Cod LV, ls'JO, and make contracts with the butions calculations aud ho figures that there MMMMM. HUSTONVILLE, KY. both s physician in each precinct olleiing the during the cession just Liver Oil. tho potency of were 102 CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. Are still in the business and ready to do anylowest bid, which are not to exceed the dosed, which consumed is l hours of ' thing in the Undertaking lino. We have u full by Phyaiciauanllovor thooild. amounts named. Tho magistrates of thn stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes :!0 to 3S Mr. Hack time, or 37 legislative day,. The aver By a vote of of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly several precincts are to determine who Phelps' resolution to havo afternoon ses- ago time consumed in making a PALATABLE AS MILK. new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J If. Green has charge of cur business and will show G. 13. Coopkr, me paupers. Sold bij all rrif(jjlsts. sions, amended by Mr. Miller to begin recapitulating the names and announcour goedt to any one needing anything In our Clerk Lincoln County Court. pairs ta 24 minutes. N.Y. Ine ing the COTT . IOWNE, Chsmlota. on tho 20th, was defeated. : -i ' rresiuoiu . fiml ntliur I!ev. George W. I'liiiiti is lUIHIUtl- ,...,. ...., - .m atren, ofi rinsion- ,.. ... I forbid kinfo'l said th'ir folk a ton... my ioiks ' Well improve!, ,r . . . I in i.ouisuie is ngureu ai mis u series oi meeting-in the court- - ami thirtoikv nen c lor- -i folkv totre.i.ass ille and McKinn. y pile, , a plendid nelgh- or hunt bird. rab'Msanl iuirre. oi my tirm allon the un- "1Ma, roriunner llOUU ill this lilniti .s K.. (I'irnniif m,- narim . ille i.ii(ijiii fill-'T Minn .ni, "i tiiivit n ii Ka imnialtuil Jer5i;ned oraddre i' Hitnn I) uvi . . . 'L'uuniiru f j;-iII I . ll , 1.. KE.VNEUV. u, i mem i ooaruu, oi me .Mormon iir. uoyie inn uoyie is lurnishing w.,ne,,,"ex,nl"tn,e im- - .,.,., 1 ,m DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. POSTED. . First-Clas- s Farm For Sale. ..1 , i ; """$ . -- ... ... '"' I parti-ular- . m ' I ' FOR SALE! n.,, re-- 111 1 1 . cat-ti- e, (i-t- IS FOR SALE. tr.. . For Sals Twenty IJuildinjj Lots e. J t)ia de-n- ti 1 1 ' . - . 1 u I , lota-teSla-vi- ns , out-7.'- '.. 1 rsi-m- j, - - " 3"-- 1 Farm For Salo. ' SXiSe 4 situ-ate- d ' H-- icsig-Hanna- h tr . Sale FOR SAX,E t. - ' j j 1 r. J na-- a 57- -i ' HOUSE FOR HE1TT Huston-wilI - 6a-t- 5i-i- m , grand-childre- Land and Personalty. MM, blue-gras- I s j Han-riMi- r , I .11111 conM-tin- c Lincoln Circuit Court. ..l..-i.ti.i.- . Iluck-boa- 1 Browu-Sequa- rd 1 j 111 llui-to- n 1 & j i'iie-thir- THE MYERSHOUSE Ire-lau- line-lookin- g o n,.,i si-iiii'ilv-- ..ii. Mi M Pills f Fm 1 s ltswMrf-x- i, nr ' '" -..- 1 7 I " """,.; ..,.. 4- o(A ncrtutunL, T"nfl Pool and BilliardParlors lunnu , ,,i - ..... r-- Everywhere. I POSTED. WHAT 11 SCOTT'S 1 J. T. STJTTOIT roll-call- lfl'ly roll-cal- l, t. i V'i - . A - - ' i." ... rgrrtfiiri;r -- .( T. . V5g5 !&? k 'WV avTm aiitip'w,y, . ''" '- ,- - fvjyv' ! FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The authorities have decided that the Cincinnati Knquirer containins a notice -- H. S. Withers bought of G. A. Silcr that it wouM give certain prizes to those 80 ewes at Si. most nearly estimate the Kalamazoo shipped ISi tons of celStanford, Ky., Octoiseu 1, 1890 who should votes to be cast by the reof number ery the other day. publican and democratic parties for their J. E. Carson bought in Garrard '27 respective candidates for Secretary of mule colts, mostly mares, at 55o to 0. .State, is unbailable under the B. Hill has bought this season law Intel v missed by Congress and 22 head of mule colt?, mostly mares at , . DEMOCRATIC TICKET. the paper has accordingly withdrawn it. This seems to be carrying the thing to a J. H.Graves sold 045 fat cattle to J or Congrcs, foolish extreme and will likely result in (Jnlilciiiffli .i JV fYim lu lirifck fit .?' the repeal of the law, which propose t Lexington Gazette. much censorship over the exercise A sunflower stock H feet high with to is public press. lot flowers on it is the pride of VerTiik nomination of Mr. 0. II. Waddle old-tim- e We Mo. sailles, for Conpefs by the B.irbourvillo conThe pension department has decided of 11. 1!. J. Stone Walker, tntc-teMr. Wrul that a Missouri artillery man, who got vention was a very wise aft. Terrill, sold to a Kansas party S3 head of die is ambitious, eloiiuer.t and popular, his skull cracked m a tight with a com-horses for 510,000. x anil can come about as near carrying rade during the war, and a widow whose A. T. Nunnelley has bought in the tliellthasanytleiuocrat in it. In his husband was killed by the cars through last week a of fat 2 and own county of Pulaski he can cut the his own earele&suess, are entitled to pen- old Goods, cattle at 3A cts. Shoe, vicui-the- m down to a mere sions. Of course they are. There is no larpe republican majority Kidd shipped 300 cattle o! l.COO-lWe by Penbest goods, does not succeed in use of btiaining points this way. fraction, even if he weight fioin Mt. Sterliug last week, for em carrying' it. The republicans there are sion them all ami give us a grand army which he paid 4'. nil torn up into factions, while the demo- of loafers. To this compaction will it Nelson beat Axtell's record of 'J: 12 crats nie fcolid and anxious to demon come at latt. over the same track at Terro Haute, do Ktrate their btreimth. We heard a prom ing the mile in 2:111. NEWS CONDENSED inent republican from the 11th say that J. H. Cash bought of Isaac Herrin tl J J 'e Mr. Waddle would carry every county to Bray murdered Thornton Lucas mule colts, 4 mares and 2 hoises, at 570 Jeff to west of Pulaski except Clinton, and that at Falmouth and was lodged in jail. for the former and 550 for the latter. good, We oods exhe had enough friends and kinefolk A farmer took a load of potatoes to Elzie Hamlin, who killed Wurman, among the republicans in Pulaski to al- was acquitted at Somerset last ween. Wichita, Kan., the other day, and sold IT:--Ttown, J We take would-b- e com-petitor- s. most insure him the county. of Baltimore is the tlth city of the them for ax much money as 7 loads Mr. Waddle will acdo it for granted that do a gain brought last season. population, nevUnion, having cept the nomination and enter into the of 10S,?:i3. be in, do Mr. Geo. P. Bright has a flock of we do canvass in earnest, He is a hne speaker, Mrs. Emmons Blaiue, nee MrCor- - ewes that are giving birth to a line set of of with the courage to give full utterance mick, paid l,700 for her new baby'b bas- lambs the second lot this year. This abiliStanto the faith that is in him and the is something rather unusual. sinet and trousseau. $'c. ty to expound the doctrines of his notes RusThe Somerset Beporter has The most expensive fur is the we party. to sett, oest oods Lower sian sable, for a tingle skin as much as of sales of :)0 loug yearling and people cattle at 51t and (W head of 1,100 to paid. Uuiran-tec- d A New Yokk fraud advertised for ?lo0 is sometimes o for a $500,000 brewe- 1,500 pound cattle at 1 to 2. in. of pretty and shapely girls to take part in a Nancy Hanks, the Kentuckienne, tobe erected in Middles nob big spectacular. Fifty or til) applied and ry and you, goods so cKcap beat Alabaster, the OUioan, on his own e boro have been completed. measuring their give after carefully we goods, yon, Saturday, tho Cincinnati Brame. the scoundrel who killed grounds, limbs, eniraged them, lequirint: to on Set. ., was Trotting Course, winning three straight fron 51 to $20 apiece as an earnest of Conductor Lemon, of tlie L. & Main Street, Stanford, Ky, heats, the best in 2: 17 J. M. good faith, which was to bo refunded af- let off at Nashville with two years. It is claimed that the four bst Ohio's population is:5,tKJt5,71w, an inAfterwards ter the first performance. that have shown in Kentucky the uirls began to smell a mouse and crease of ittS.MT. West Virginia's pop GA.1II3 LAW had the fellow ulation is 7(JO,4in, an increase of HI,- - this year, Sternberg, Evangeline, Ijidy awearini! out a warrant Wilton and Moonstone, are rich with the and lodged in jail. He deserves '.m. arrested The rate war between the O. & M. blood of George Wilkes. a penitentiary sentence for his hoggish !'(fn in I in. "In i Mirtr n..tl George Kratx bought of sundry pari ne-To be able to measure 50 pairs of and Big Four has been settled, but low .it !ot I eituUiufr. vhuh rr hi ... th ... kll.inii f . MnVk nli . rates Kast and West will continue till the ties in Bourbon 125 head 1,550 to pjrtrul$c or ... inil, ' .' aK1.AA. , A.. l...l It... pretty limbs ought to have been ..1.1. .M . I. . ... .A...A.S t. .'..."." ' .U Il.ivinjj sccurcil the h.tv.ccs ol cattle at !,to4j. Kid. J. S.Sween- on.... B.MI.B-J pr.ol hrJor remumeration without making the lUtli. Jutio of the 14i, t"i Urn gun and U.qf, in th .ittt ey was pastor of the Christian upon i.h, The English and Oeiman steel men, pretty creatures pay him for thefuu. r Hcmnlng l th titttt bounded a fallow (V20 in number, including the American church Sunday by an almost unanimous thrtrwrn rwuch at Sunl..ril on the Stan fur J in ' road, in ludnv with ikc, I an ii..v fully Hon. AaiiEit G. Caki'th has been de- committee, will visit Middlesboro on the vote, to serve his 21st year. Paris News. Somctct farmsth.n. H. Baaiid ighinui and Mr of S. th ratir prqurcri to i!o A Missouri farmer apiece Henry Kaufhman to th.- tl! u ttr, then. with clared the democratic nominee for Con- 21st inst. the Ma.orn Gap road to the ll.k U'til roal. gress in tho Louisville district, his oppoThe Michigan Supremo Court hat of land 13 years ago and devoted the thon-i- with aatd mad to llw Hall liap pik at the larger part to fruit culture. This year church. thcnii with the Mid rad M the jttcnhim nent refusing to submit to the action of decidod that colored people cannot he roid, thener with aaid rvul to Hle"him, th . to'.Shr!tn the democratic party. There is likely, discriminated against in restaurants or lie Sold hid apple crop Of IS aCICS OU tllU with'lhe Ottetiheia a ami Stanford . th.tice trairft t lu t.i Ja.ptr l.iv fight, other public places. iret'S tor .J,l"JJ Cn&tl, anil lias rclUSCUail therefore, to be a ,c0ll, thence to Wm V .. Abraham' on CrS AND kr.iiic'uilin the as Headley will probably run as an in The republicans of Ohio have secnr Offer of H500 fa"" S iU'r,'S Of pears. The Ora..r.l pike. JIhen.r uh the old Mom- h entirr farm of N f)ky, t uh t i...;a, . Creek dependent and tho lepublicans having ed Secretary Blaine for two speeches in apples brought much more than thacost'at Robnd, aid reek to where the town brau h eript'r tut" ,t... ,., . .w..S ...,1 ).. .I.....,.,. I., it... -.-j,... ... . already nominated St. John Boyle on a that State. One of them will be deliver- uif in, i.uiw. i"V"v c M JONFS T. M. Carduell, auctioneer, reports platform favoring Heed's methods, the ed in Mr. Mcl'ii'ley's district. v. i Aval Sr All work warranteil and promptly ilone. the sale of C5. .. Taylor's stock, etc., as I! BWt.HMAN, Force James M. Daugherty, known as the tariff infamy and the iniquitous An1 thert enough democrats, how- insane lover of Mary Anderson, shot and follows: Corn in field, ?2.10; horses, ;7.!: '5 bill. There are ever, to down them both and it is almost killed Dr. Lloyd, superiiit,ndont of the to 51 13; cows, from ?51 to $13; calves 51 :i to 523; lion?, 5U.7"; sows and pigs, 517 to certain that Caruth will s"cceul himself Kings county, Is. Y., Insane Asylum. SALE. 523; weanling colt, 573 to 503. The sale by an increased majority. enNellie Bly, the globe trotter, has having been to write was not well attended, not ,(W I. 'W. h. will n A A.MK'ieJuuge Tonkv, of Louisville, ifs getting tered into a three years' contract advertised sutllciently. for the Family Story Paper, of New York, a little too utterly too too toney for his Ueo. Kratz, agent for Lehman Bros., Oct. IGth, 1800, at an advertised salary of nantaloons. The other day he ordered bought nearly 1,000 fat cattle from J. K. At ioVI ' P M , "'! r . h.! .nut The Count of Paris and his party the sheriff to stop workmen on a buildClay at 4 J, except 12, for which he paid were the guests of i ing some distance from tho 3). He also bought 300 from Thos. Henr ""-CROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEEKSWARE, at Richmond and Petersburg and ry Clay V 'V' I 7 'f-2l- t because their noise rifctiu bed him. This at 1. They will be received i?'5 city. step and if the visited the battlefield at the latter from Nov. 10 to Dec. 1. The distilleries fti.., D)w in is a pretty Itau th. turrrrfin , third ineetitory official census gives Hopkins-vill- e The cl workmen had proceeded with their busiin this section are paying 52.50 pe. bar- villi, Ky IhctliKk and a careful 'I hit atnek ha hru increase I'.'S; Hendeison Is Receiving His Mim are open for tDpectMn could have ness instead of stopping, it rel for com. Paris News. carefully aelected, it dull and tlian, and the Owen3boro 9,S1S, 8,8:50, increase whuh ha linu,tdo year at Dr. .John For.ter sold to Tl o. Baldbeen easily demonstrated that Mr Totantl, can be rented hy the purehaaer increase :J,oS7; Paducah 1:5,0-- 1, increase aay one deauinc I" was transcending his authority. win 300 barrels of corn in the tield at ThW it apienilid openins ney - into buine 'I rrmt mde IrnowH on day of 4JSS. The Commercial very truly says: "Courts 51.73. Dr. (ilcs, Harris, near Speedwell, alW VKKKKS. Amcbc, JOHN' Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give him a call. Ben Sly, who killed Will Leach nian Danvitle, Ky ft( at are not established to hinder the busihas 3S jacks and jeunets, the lamest W. Hayes, chargon election day, and J. ness of the people, but to enforce and number in Madison county. Harvey carrying on their ed with the murder of his uncle, Thomas Cobb sold to A. M. Bass, of Missouri, protect their rights in Milburn, broke jail at Springfield and busineES." GO TO last week, a jack for 5773. At John tJ escaped. Pond's sale, :!3 acres of corn sold at 51. SO or a keeper .Mrs. Sanders, tint The Covington Commonwealth asks us heap. Squire Green It. Million er Oo'i of the village of Toledo, at the statement that a republi- and to correct the bought in Harrison couuty 13 mare and Vr.luaWo Lincoln can was elected mayor of its city and lVnn., who was attacked and shot by a 2 horse mules, all good, at 5W), and 22 Adair Circuit oi W. II. C. Ila'rr. A.liur with the will that the Australian system of voting is a party of young rulllaux, last Friday night, not so good at 533. Climax. I'. UMIiama, deed . IMU., vi. Jehu V Williim., T, Thomas was died of her wounds. humbug. It says: "J. .Vr , Dvfu. Nitk K. W. Lee bought in Lincoln a carcow lly virtue of a detrec in tlu boved styled aa The champion not elected mayor of Covington. Defecof 1, 4 cts load rfndeted at tie acplter term, i , , of ihcattle at about ownAilmr Circuit Ci.urt, I wi'.I, a .S.t.iil (.'. in .n- tive returns, some of them unsigned in of the world is named Euratisamas, J. II. kapsley, of Mercer, sold 30 300-laid C'ui.rt, tu non. r precincts giving the democratic candi- ed in Massachusetts, an her record is hogsatlcts. J.B.Caldwell sold to K. 915 nouuds and 0 ounces of butter in one date a majority, give Thomas a majority, V. Lee 22 export cattle at Thursday, Nov. 13th, 1890, but the ballots which will be counted do year. 3.00. H. A. Headley bought 13 rattling j Shermau Hoar, son of K. Hockwood not. As to tho Australian syntein, it did good weanling muled at an average of Oil the prcrnuc., tell to the liilit.t bidder at .ub The election .was quiet; it Hoar, Grant's attorney general and ap- 5.SJ per head. Dunn & Kmbry have pur- lie auLtlon.ofi j credit il il ., It and ll montlit. work well. ot l.uftil Lit r it cijiial was ordeily; there wasn't a repeater nor pointee on tho Supreme bench, has join- chased 20 cotton mules at. 573 to 5100. a the initallmvtit. tvttain tntct Wm P WiltiaiH irtue in I.hk ed the democratic party and has been Co., out he Water of lliatHi; Kink. ndiriiK;i-atelan illegal voter and tho ward politician on the pike leadinc Ir.in l.!vnltio nominated for Congress in the "th Ma- Capt. J. W. Jacobs, of Atlanta. Ga., was lost." tS i"lr from MntlmteiMe, bvtai; bought of James Leavell, of Garrard, an the i.iinu alMiHt dvudod liy Wm. I'. William to W. laud ssachusetts district. II. Iludvou by decil d.iril Auciki n, i(8.ar.it The democratic campaign book, pre- extra line pair of brown geldings for ni.orded in the l.incidn (.uuniv Court Ckrk'a The committees appointed by the made and the legislatuieto settle pared by Logan L. Carlisle, son of Sena- 5300. B. G. Fox sold to a Chicago party olfitr. toluch ttfeicii' e- i Acres i t.ir a ita ll . at z lilly for 5230. Danville Ad- tcnptlnn, contafine he ollerrd in Kooc ur tin re two bant land vill in I'.ilf Virginia. State debt question, have tor Carlisle, is out and is said to be one a the ' tra' ti and then all together, and the bid or bid agreed to have their differences adjusted of tho best ever issued. The democratic vocate. fchic h reajl the accepted County Ct;riT. Yesterday was- a v. til he annum if and money. larL'et com- committee is sending out a great deal of by an arbitration committee to be bright, but a very windy day. Tin At the .nme time and nlnre and upon the ame trrmn I will iwll the Tract .! laind containia.! posed of Grover Cleveland, Thomas F. campaign literature. town was full of people, but not a grea ahniit A. riw, more nr ro veyed to aid other distinguished The democrats of South Carolina Bayard and three Arv headquarters for William by A W lUrr .mil wife li, deed dated amount of business was done. Auction- Jan Kc7, and recorded in aid rUice, lym; m men. The debt amounts to a little over have nominated a straight ticket for eer Dan Miller reports sales of rani innntyon the water nl llarri Fork. several cf.od ' Il'indi rt'iuiredof the ircbnrs , 5:10,000,000 and it is predicted that the State officers against tho Tillman or small lots of mountain cattle and calves .ititi"s, htarmtrititi rt'it Ircm d.ie with sl and ( tlilh-matel Alianco ticket, and their two Senators terms of settlement will not h iv a the fun e d effeit of a ju at 1. SO, hogs at 3.31 and pluc horses at 1! (' I!KIK, ape mI Cim'r. td rially from the Iliddleberger plan. It is have been hastily summoned to take a SoOtoSM). Plows ! Plows Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or I Inmilton Steel At 1. M. Brute's livery stahoped that the question part in the campaign. sincerely to bf .las. ble the follow ins: sales were made: Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those- - no The log cabin in which Lincoln lived will bo amicably settled and eliminated Collier sold to Wm. Cloyd a pair of as a boy, and in which his father and the politics of tho State. from plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Kvery plow wat ranted to mules for 5233, JaaifP Smith to same U. S. Su- mother were married, in Washington party a pair for 52i0; Taylor to Samuki, F. Miu.uk, of the county, Ky., has beon sold to Chicago Ask your neighbor. do good work, or no sah preme Court, was stricken witu paraly- parties. Tho building will bo transfer- W. G. II alia ml a pair of ;iu for 5230; sis Friday night. Ilia entire left side is red to tho grounds of tho World's Fair. ypencer, of Garrard, sold to B. B. King a pair of suckling mule colts at 5S0. affected and there are no hopes for his An Atlanta court has decided that recovery. Judge Miller is a KentucKian t J.I rrspc tfully ml rm my old tinnd and Ji.-nthe city authorities had no right to de Thomi'oon, tlio fusliioiiiililf lmr r. that .mi .ik. .it umk a my prufea- and said to be one of tho brainiest and stroy apparatus used for gambling purMiihl t pI'.tNc.l t.i nceivc any 101. in The in. li. N .tioi.l liur, hue chanol hi.s phu-- of ImaiiU'iss oi M.,.,foid. Ky ia of our highest men on the bench r best tip t'i aff im All ,,.Hn,i v.xv.a poses captured in a raid by tho police; awl ran now In fuuuil in the Cominer-cia- l MaHHK .li,,l . j:i;iit v.li.1 started life as O.l.llirH .ir li.i.hu tribunal. The judge BltlliU to pri e' t the 01, and that if they did so they were person...i 1.:..ii against ruaily to nerve tho Hotel buililhi;,' ' Wi tch, Clock or Jowelry Repair- the..(i. uii.jii f r .vine, , but took Gov. Crittenden's ad ing. S'6JI J "Wsll.V,ch,cr, study law and finally reached ally responsible to the owner. of such public. For a nire hair rut or a tlean ' vica to A rep inir Miiclime. Ilm . I iatn'. property. -' S shave he "can't bo beat." l.ock, lie All the position which tho governor had The man who wants his estate to go Kilitor .Sawyer, tho rantankeroua proOl.t' predicted for him. Worlc Noa'.ly and Promptly Done t) charitable or religious institutions, hibitionist who runs the Southern Join And Warranted ly mil, ut Louisville, lias been mulcted in WEBTUEREQIlp HOTEL. Tiikodobe Hallaji carried Kenton ought to give it to them during his in a primary elecIf he wills it thus, there are ten the sum of l,r00for libolliiig n Dullittl HOM S RICIIAKI), Stanford, Ky. HUSTON VII.JJK, KY. over Judge O'Hiira Koom up jtalr, O1I1I Icllow." Iinililin. entrance good chances to one that a contest wjll thwart county doctor. tion Saturday and the chances are e next doer tu P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. wmT' ....?, .f. Tho grauil jury is invcstlKating 1m2' 0 ior his nomination for Congress to sue his wishes. John Crerar's bequest Mr. to such institutions is now being Sehwctnfiirth, tho Dutch Christ, and his Havini removed my Ilirber Shop to the ComceedMr.Dickereon, who Is filling 33 ! mercial Hotel, I am prlipart-- In a commodate lauMxpired, term. It is to bo contested in the Chicago courts by his "heaven," in Illinois, and tho chances dles si well at gentlemen in anything they may Having leased Die ab5.e Carlisle's hoieliefitttd and re- with in hoped that h will be. He is one of the poor kin, who believe that charity should are that the imposteraiid his angels will on rue. my line. Children alto u ailed on. fill ttta have removed my office to1my reiidence, oppo will be found at all Female College, where JESSE TlJQMrSO.V, ' begin at home. get their deeerts in jail. In Commercial Hotel. HUGH KEIO, Livery and Samy;m7;,ched?,mL,e3.Vrr1 94 time. braintest Semi-Weekly Interior Journal 1 HIGH TARIFF MAKE W. F. WALTON. anti-lot-t?rl- v -- Withthe- i F E RENE --- W. jaies b. Mccreary. JLOUISinXXE THE MOST at ttic lowest prices have gained this Clothing, STORE. soiling s-- While competitors are busy anticipating the advance and marking up their goods, the Louisville Store rushed its utmost capacity wiling new goods at prices. enjoy the reputation of being car-loa- d POPULAR class of Dry, ity. having the strictly observing Boot and Carpet house in Stanford, and. In all our dealings. 1 ice-hous- e well-mad- -- times rectify mistakes and make tiny unsatisfactory transactions. guarantee all actly as represented. YOU'RE OT JJr is full imitators and humbugs Their tricks and not them any good. Then not buy in such large quantities as er will it, because they of our lare sindicate stores at Louisville, fou the Paris, Carlisle, Lynthiana, Winchester, Jauckporl, Elizabeth, With such facilities for buying goods cheaper than, these smalt ford, arc enaoiea, aeutcrs, tue at prices than manu of them pay (or theirs, and. that's how who but from us are a saving of per cent, the money they would spend buy in the same qua lilies elsewhere, ylnd alone buy these also will a ticket wilherery dollar's worth of entitling a chance the handsome Jlusli Parlor SALINGER, Manager. he THE GOLDEN RULE all stand, ready at fi on THE s. sulli-cie- 1,000-poun- nt ITOTICE. -- ' W. V ' - , ho(-p- I - MR. THOS. DAr.TOJNT, OF CHICAGO, puu-hase- - three-cornere- d Lo'' . ALL KINDS? WATCH WORK -- - i,i i ... -araniia-k- !. n- . K I I i , ASSIGNEE'S A. R. PENNY. - I j i Thursday, I ofli-ce- rs court-hous- e high-hande- d u-- t, mu V H.6.RUPLEY,if 4 t i4TTt:H-r m (!,4-")7- , itortt-hiM- i, f- -r FALL AND WINTER GOODS. - Commissioner's Sale toll-ga- te post-mast- AV9 A. W AIRMEN'S "3IODEI. GROCERY" Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. butter-producin- g 300-poun- - b 1 ! 1,300-poun- d For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly far-n- , e, bond-holder- s . i j it - riiil k. HIGGINS &M'KINNEY 411 -- r Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, lixne, fto. I .11 Ifrrc-n- Mitt-hel- l TO . THE I FXTBICXC. I i: iWotioo. : . i -11 1. 11 1111 I . I . . clo-iii- i. . ..'.. 11 11 in- lift-ti- me. NH4HHHBPAn 1 ( of:i-000,00- im.J pot-ullu- s8--tf H X MOV X 1 s, -- -- ct . - ' : t -- fJSiT5- r rr -- "rr"i v m - -- r- t -- rr ""Ma? CITY AND VICINITY. mi-Wee- Interig? Kv : j I .w 8TANFOIID, lions, t5 ... w..o of Mr. .1 1 II. I'ryor, Lost. A MiiaH, red, niomorandum book. Kinder wli. ilt.iM) return to thin OffiCl". NEW ADVEMISDIESI. li'JV P OcTonnuM, 18!H)' h;.o. walTon, MEANS uus. ManaRor BUSINESS." " at Fihii Thur&diy and Sntuidny Ike." it ,.,, . n , 51. I ti l?Liftnw lifim liuu tutitcul llrtli.. ' . ... ,, ' and mvh lie is volnn to run it a .. first rlntftru.ooit. I!ki drive in men's suits, nil wool. $5, ;V, $10 and ill!, this weok. JooS. .lone?, opH)site Portman llon&e. UBLIC or 1 1 SA E Im- Personalty, Crop & Farming plements. I BOOTS Om- - SHOES " Hiiiibt furs. r.isli price paid for bilk's and M. F. Klkin A Co. liomu-nrmvii IHk-Klni- Wllltcll 3 in. n.i!- - nijhrt lnddtr wt cf St.tfif r t h y n r('il i T-ac- Ps V tiniotliybood at New 1'ay your mcomits. I menu you. A. Th. ilowini; pneriy McKiiuivy'fl. It. Penny. Tub younger class of belles and beaux I'lfltua hd (aocv harm, Alile I broot! lir.i. Watciim anil jewelry ri'jmirfil nud i pmr ol New hams, dried bet-- and breakfast enjoyed a chestnut hunt in the knobs J'ortyfour work MuK, heao of MJW YOKK CATTI.r, il warranti-d-. A. It. IViinv. near Highland Saturday. if nut told brforc day nf ie ; TitKboflt jilaeo to buy druo, patont itfcon nt A. A. W'uriun'H .Modul liroce Fit nice j ft Huftr, ' ,; d And lull or tnejaest Goods on the Market. We .are still Sole Milk Cowl , t Ca!v, tluiU, okeol 0en, i medfcini'8 and toilit artU'K'H In Ht A. IC. IV. Or n stock'of heating stoves, coal cf Hct, m .c lot of .Shiwi; bunch Pt'itnv'H. Agents for the Celebrated IIiutitihT price paid for ciiuatiiutB op- coal hods, kitchen fetn is now complete. K tiny .? of Corn, it ituck .f purt Timth) Buy your school bookn, Ink, tnbirtp I lni(.Uiii(.nt-.- . . .t i t Hay, 500 Locum i'oM, isito UIU ti JOU roriRUU. IIOUHC. ;u.t,..ilu...l b..l,n.l cu''iivw nf nl Call and see before purchasing. I limine ()e Bnlomt new S irrny and name, i Ih 't paper, I'viiiiin im, n ti"'i uumllna v tun, Ilouchold and Kitchpn F irnitulr. Jones. kindu from A. It. lVnnv. A McKinney. Term madr kn- u on i.y cf nl .Mr E. H JONI.. d Asotiiru lot of those famous kid butT.xiiyonr evt-'- to Joo S. Jones' and PERSONAL POINTS. ! ton shoes foi ladies, sixes :l to 7, just relft I'tH.- OllllV.ltt -PllltlllUII iioil.Sli. CUN'UITION OK '1HE AI30 a Large Assortment of J ss. T. Ci is a horm for a few per jiir. Opposite Port-maceived, only FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. tiny. J. S. Mi William has been npjwintod House. J. S. Jones. MEN'S. WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S I tit. J. F Peyton wat in Ixmigrillu lis-pomaster at O. K., this ouiiuty. He is VI M ANFhRI), ItcMKviiiKii, chinchilla overweek. a Pulohki man. On the 4lh 'ty of OctcUr, if; In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard .Mno. It. .S. Lytlii U confined to ber coat, blue and brown, are selliim in the Fo RKSOLRCI.S s.i.ires building and HiK Double Store, opposite the Portman room with furor. Screwed. t.nan and diMOunt t 331 ty Coi.. V. (.5. Wiiu-i- i returned front I)n Iahm AfesiiciaUun block of the original IJous", for io, sizes :)l to '2. Joe S OyrrJrfn 4,47 49 Issue. A. A. Wnru-n-. imillo yesterday. Jones. V S Iknd, Jo., c Mim .Man xik Atronulh visitiiiL' friends 9,393 51 Hand-TurneTin; fall opening of Mrs. Klkin's mil- Hue from Ihwfea aJ ftaafct Korkiit La mi, a iiverymanat UoulniiJ( Goodyear Welts, in fact almost everything needed in Ilaok IIoum. fttHiltt flanui ... 7,oo nt IawreneeburK. was klcketl by a liorfre aturdayand hail linery store was largely attended Friday I.gpeiiMt ad . $ 44 txs...... Mu. T. Vf. Himi.i.vh, of IxMiIsrille, is Boot and Shoe line. tiiree of his ribs broken. and Saturday and the latest styles of hnlB I'rcmium :,io o the liere. with V. S Treaortr J,i' and bonnetH, tastily trimmed, made tl e M..... M i: Fciiiiii.i. is now pullim; the ruins lltiv. J. C. Uii.i.iam, the irohibition mouths of many of tho fair sex free.y Cath. S.jrj t CHiidid .to for Coiiurrtjs, was billed to en tin UiiHiistor Mae. water. M. s. Mt Muakn, of KockciisstV, wts speak at the !' Inst nii;lit. A C SIM LIABIUTIBS. J N MrNhTEE A N cllbrt is beinu made to oust Mrs down yMerdav with stock. 100,000 00 be paid during tho Hannah Fair Ward from the McKinm y Capital ftck.....'.J........ Yoih taxes miiht Mu. (i. H. CoorKK is Ktitl unable to nt SurpiuaaadMMiiviw ffwAts 7,SV S' mouth of October. l'nle8 they are U while ho is on her wedding I.iocola rktak Ciraiauaa . .. 45.000 ti nl to bii dutieii nsroiiiity rlurk. Nov. I. 'I' I). tour, but a republican, who is clo.--e ua,y6 54 to ndivtdual doowtt Mim. M m.i.ik CiKt'Kvnui, of the Wott percent, will be addud on Now land, heHir. n,JJ 57 of appointment, told us that Vmi !!nfc and Hanker the tiiroue F.nd, returmxl to Friday. The best clcctt-1 stock nncl lowest prices in Central Kentucky. she would in no cae lie removed. I will ;ell LVO pairs ot 10 by I blanMi Asnib IIh..in of Kirkuvillc, is J4l.ej t- ieitinjc ht-- winter, .Mrs. .S. V. Parrie. kets, blue and red bonlers, at ?1 per SASH. 1, John H. Owly, cahicr of the aboved namo,; ULttlKER. JriM.u Dniii m's Imuk at Lexington Raah, do olaaialy war that the aoova kUicoici t Mrs. C atii Hulk lias returiu-i- l from pair. Cash isarpun store, opponltu i on con-f- ! DOORS, The CEILING, 0Kna its doors i true tv the f my hold(c jnd Lclief a It'iichthy vtit to telativen in Shelby. man Hone-- . Jim s. Jones. JOH.V B. OWsI.liV, Cihicr ' Mi public in its sum-s- is Attett: SHINGLES, BLINDS, SIDING, a. II. SllANKs, rTfidi.t J. T. V U.I.KH and MJhs lHosriie TA THOFK i:NTU CK Y, All tho het ttnuitari prints, tMiiittiful sliotrn b. ;.. fact that the stock sold at Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. j retiinnil froin loniBrille S'ntunlny night. Coimljr 01 L.nu.oln, (I per cent, premium even before tho T Sworn to bafoiw m thi nth clay of October Mrs. It. U. Hail, of Somursot, is with dark imttfrus, you can bity for 5 cents per first call for its imyment was made. too. her prtienl!, Mr. and Mrs. Uo. I). Wenr-e- yard. Cash iLinrain Store, opposite WOVEN WIRE & W. M. HRIUHT, X I I. C FENCE. Hotue. Joe S. Jonos. Portinan Tiir clever proprietor of the .Model its. I). I Fry nnd A. S. Price Imyu We carry a fuil stoek of everything foiiml in a Tiik Court of Chums continued tho Grocery, Mr. A. A. Wairen, is quite a k: with nmlarinl fever sever- RBPOHT OF THB CONDITION dealei in butter. Besides bupilyitit: his Hillary of th county Jmlnti at'lHX) mid ill dllVH. or FrRST-CLAS- S the attorney at fiOO, but reduced that of home trade he has a couple of contracts THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, in. Owslby, of ljiiicaster, loft at Middleeboro and one at Mirtninhaio, for Dunver, Go!., with a view" to Uim snpriiilcnd.mt of wliools to ;700. K.aminc our and before letting your contract A lit., which call for about 250 AT SsTXKClRI. oiinda a f jr builiMnj; MNK & MKNKF:F, Stanford, Ky. Don't forget my opniii of fall and week. if b iim In the Sltle of Knlnrli, at t' Mk. J. It. Marks, of the Hconl, wan i winter BOod, ThurUy aud Friday 1. So In tt- yiistorilay, iuldin to his subscrip-In- n John H. Chaio A. Son, with ISrownint;, next, and reuieuibt-- r yoti are cordially King A Co., Now York, and Waimmaker RlfeDlRCr' libt. invitod to uttHiid. Mim4 Annie Wray. I 3 .3' I n. John II. 1Hn as and wife, ol Drown, Phiiitilelphia, oiler to the Loan and i nu.it Overdraft!, accurtd and unsecured f.iiS 54 b.'on visilinu his cousin, City, have I, or one of my deputies, will be at timle 2,500 lines of fnahionable foreign U S llond. to wuirti circulation ,o O ' H..n. V. II. Miller. MilliNlpiville, net. H; McKinney, Oct. nnd American fabrics for men's suits Stocfc,ecurllie, claim, Watch Inspector L. cc N. R. R., dealer in- Miw. ). It Hamilton, of Iouisvfllu, is 17; HtitUonrille, Oct. IS and 2 anil Mt. mude to onler. Fine workmanship and Pur from approved retcrva anenti my 4,lf Due Inm othrr National Bantu.. tin uufst of har hueband's )MttmL, Mr. Sjtlom, Ort. JO, to collect tax. T. D. iiietropoiituu styles miamiiteed. IfiATcCUCO lue Iron State Itanha ami Haakcr ,ni.l Mt. isibie Hamilton. Nowland, sheritt'. -- .. KcalctUtc famkure and RaMana 8.o oo Tmtlaw does not require that the Current expeaaaa and Sanaa paM ..Miw. . V. (iivdnn, Jr., wtfiit oror to , Repairinpf Xcatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. Tiir strong wind and heavy dntt of Fanneis Hank and Trust Co. slmll pub Premium on U. S. VoaxU nMn. .. IF Ftiday to visit her swtei.i' l.tx.iinton .. .3C7 5l yesterday yielded toward nipht to a nice lisli its etatements periodically, but Check and uthercath itaaaa Mic .nrbor and Mrs. Fields. Exchange for cluanag haam ............... Wivlchtfi a ))ccinltj, Mil. N. 0. Kl.TiMi, aishler of the Mank ndn. Cooler wuather ls proinisod for to- CasblerJ.il Owsiey mya he will pubBank .................. lish one every time the National banks Hills of othar day. Wo have had a week of exception-ablAla., wi here last week on ct I'raitiotialpapaf carrancy, nkfcais aad are called upon. He has nothing to warm and hriuht weather. eouuerted with bis bank. Jjl 9C I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) cent but on the contrary is always will- Specie (iRKAiii), who has Wen IUn.no a i) Mi:s Cat! aud mij the S.815 "O ing to let the stockholders and public Igal tender aotaa MMtiiiK MiHi liuisu Hailey, left Sutnr-di- y KedeatptkHi fuad wfch U. S. Tta watch caes see just what he is doim;. and clnttveet A DIG Ol? to visit lelatives in bixinton. J$o re 5 per cent, ofctrca ntiem All K'"dus of ever iutrotluciNl here. Mecsiis. .1. P. ami 0. I ("now took in TiiKb.fin of Martin McCormack, at prices and movements at .i45.33 trot and iMJiiranteud, the Naney at W. ii. Mcltoberts', The Turneisville, was destroyed by tire FriLIABILITIES. and a pod dml of Ohio' tilt by luere. ,.. day nii:ht, together with its contents of Capiul KKh paid ia .$a;c,ooo oo Jewoler. Just received. .. l6,Jor. oo Mi. W. F. KwsitY is vieititiK .. hay, oits, wagons, plows, .vv., causing a Surplaa fund . ic,77 it hoiip, joui and (iM)iu'e, in lexini:ttiu. Tuc town trusteis or the street lamp los of $:V)0 or more. There is little Undivided irofllt Macca-ron- i, .. 4j, io National Hank N'otc outWndlng The latter mine over for her Sunday. lighter, or porliaps botli, eitow partiality doubt that it was afire, but who Individual dpoili ahhct to check.. .. 1115 I in. J. T. Hdiion and MUs Ox Annie to tlie lower end of town. Tho lamps in would be mean enough to do it is a mys- Demand certillcalH of aVaoak . I.5i ', of the Weil Mud, have been viit' that portion are lighted as far down as tery. McCormack is totally blind front TlnM cetlificnto ut Ueaealt. i, too ft French Peas. fSTA beautiful line of Plain and Fancy Candies; Glass.7?7 7 iiil' Mrs. T. J. Foster and other telatives. Ool. Hill's, while thoce citiens who live the effects of a powder burn while serving Due to other National lUnk. ami hanksrt 74 40 ware in new designs; Qneensware and Tinware. Due to Stale lUnk Miss Maiiy Litikou, a clnmnint: beyond tho College on upper Main are in the army. Note and bill ratltacoante!. Call and see me. No charge for showing goods. omu lady from lniisvillu. who hiiH compelled to grope in darkness. Why is S.r'f en In the county court yestunlay but Special 1om been visitini Miss Doviu Feland, return-I'- it thus? little of importance was done. .Njuire otal fits'" iion.e yet'Miay. Tun colored nine of this place played A. ('. Carman's time for holding courts STATKOKKKXTUCKY. Mas. 1U.TTIK MiKissirv went to Coanty at IjMcota, tho lincasler club here Friday and beat for civil business was fixed for the tirst Satiinluy to lie present at the t. John J. McKert, cashier nf alive n.inn-i- l about as bully as the Intluiok Siturdays in March, June, September of her niece, Miss Katie Phelps, to them utc lUnk, l'i solcaauy iwcnr that thai the Jouinals did the pet nine of that place. and December, and Stpfiro 11. F. Knife- men! i true loin wt 01 my no it;e jnu h .1 W Caperton, on the 15th. .(. JOHX J alcKOBKKrs Cashur game wound up in a row and a rum- man for the second Saturdays in tho Mu Jim. V. Pikasvnts, who has been The to before me this yth .!., Subscribed W ill. liKir.UT pus 'it the beginning of the tit inning, Kimo months. F. 11. Howard was ap of0ct,90 andor Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oih .nd Window Glas3,Wall in C'ahlornia for a year or two, returned Cnireit attest when the fcceie stood 10 to '2 in favor of pointed surveyor in place of Maj. II. A. ith his family Sunday. He savH he's H'HKFR, J Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, 1 W IUvti.ii, Kvans, who failed to qualify, and give IHre tor ut enough f it and tlmt Kentucky is the Stanford. J W. Ii. W'huch, bond. Jewelry aurt Silverware bi reafter iod enough for him. Tiik Harrodsburg Democrat says that Ioli Hr.MiKKN, wlio lias for several land mnn will move bis beer bottling esHim. A slick trick was playRalPORTOP THE CONDITION Workkd mrs leen in the employ of Mr. A. T. tablishment from Danville to that place. ed on Mr. D. W. Vamleveer last week N uinelley, Iff to make lim The Danvilltes will toon have to dead- and for aw bile that uentleman thought l NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE The t3o'jt home at Kirksville. His wife will o up en over tin1 lino for a cool draught of hiuisL'lf $20 loser by it. MUs Lir.io H.tle, THE , A MfS'IONVII as soon as he can make preparations for that beverage or patrouine the blind ti- w ho a few weeks ago gave birth to an il "3 "2 O her. and in the Mit- of Keiiiu.Uy, at tho lo e of l)ii.in- gers, which it Heems an impossibility to legitimate child, called at his store T. Mk linn k Josi.h ami tamily, who Oct t, iroc hers-elas a daughter of Mr. 23J passed oir of. . Li ?have been vlsiliu; lelativex near llur'in, lid the couuty S KliMOUKCIS vi Logan Mm phy and made purchases to at St. Louis Tuesni to their home 7 .2 o -l Ifyjl i.hauling liay .Nituiday the team the amount of $20, which Mr. Vaiulc l.o.ill- - .Mid II u )iilll Wiiilk o 4.948 s; ami uliaecuttd day. Miss,cH F.inina tiarranl, Louise Hai- driven by Mr. II. 1). Holtzclaw became o U S veer readily charged to Mr. Murpbj. l)crdrft, ectirtI circulation .... .taBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBfVTaHCVS l,Soo ce O U S lu.nd. to e urc ley and llirdie Wallace, of Stanford, were lightened and took out at it break-necjCU.' hft. C Miss Hale is said to lesenible Miss Mur Due from approved ror nenl V) 0,134 2. uu'oMsof Mrs. .1. M. Cunant Fiiday. speed. Tlie wagon was ovet turned and phy to some extent and told .Mr. Vamle- Dm' from oiwr Xaifcmal llaaka I', '76 J8 Danvillo Advocate. O wX IkiHtat; .... i,z Mr. Holtzclaw was buried in the hay so veer many things concerning Mr. Mur- Due from Stnte Uai.k. 3s V9 .1. II. Wll.SON, nci'OllllKt- o 1,111 s deep that tho wagon and horses were phy's home allairs, which he fiiipponed Kail oiale, fMriiit.tr: aa.1 fixture o t c paid Current ctprastiK tnd t Paiker. Ksij., of London, out of sight befoie lie could extricate nted by than membeis of his family Premium on V. S. ltond tn ..... ;t i.tti x Sunday, returning from himself. Ho was not bully hurt, but none other were heio here s 5: W knew. After completing her purchases, Chect and other cash nam Mr. Wilson wore the nil of was nearly tmtlbiMted before ho got out. Kicliiuoud. C I.W4 u "E. Miss Hale went to Mr. Klmore'a store ItilU of other Hanks ... V o akkfcU and a pretty well H'tifili-- tl nun, but Iirer. from there took her depaiture for fractional rui ruin nc7, and 5. 5 deCOMt Tiir. L. .v. N. Co. lias verv sensibly ...MM.....MM.. Waddle will takoHomo of tlipeonfMunro y o home, loiter in the afternoon, when O ,tt 46 ................ ....MM 3 out of him befoie he is many days old- cided to make Itowland, our suburban business was about over for the day, SjMCie lender note 3 o 4,000 00 er. town, one of its principal hcaihpi.utcis. Kfdemption fuad wllji V. . Tiaa.unr Mr. Vamleveer called on his nej.t door Hon. W. H. MiM.Kueame home to at- A round-housis to be built and many 30a jo . H DANCS, Jeweler, ; lci ceat of nrciUtMH..... J S WELLS, Ph. Q. PreBC.Cllc. tend county court yesteulay. He thinks other improvements will be made. Tiiree neighbor, Mr. Shanks, nnd in the con$i6.74o 0 , tho entire week will be devoted to the miles or moie of additional side track is versation which followed the formtr LUmL,lTlttS. Bpoko of having had n good day, upon ( o . considering of tho Hill of e, SrANKURD, Ky .., I 3. ,'Msl 00 already b"ing put in r.nd tho number of CiMtal to. k uaid in the big bill he had Bold tho sup- Surplus fund 10 IVH) 00 which eo much oratorv has already been woikmen already employed there will ...... ....... Miss Murphy. Mr. Sliankn, who UndiviuVtl pti6 t.iio 12 lavished. Mr. Miller is confident that a be gieatly augmented. About $'.30,000 posed ulUMHliai; 1I,V 04) final adjournment of the body will bo will bo spent, of which Stanford will get had himself betjii "played" to thetuuoof Xalional lUuk t autaasu'.je.t ht SS..,.3 y ehck. a $1 pair of shoes by the same woman in Individual National Itaatc .. had before Due toother a goodly share, as tu workmen will give J same way, had profited by experiMu. John P. Mykiih will lenvo in a few ss?csvxgtTvrivvyyiV ft . the nioiclittntu here the benetit of the the and studied Miss Hale's features, Due tot tale Hunts .nd Ik (ikaea.. ence iMst birthday with ills days to spend bis Total gi eater portion of their trade. begun to joke Mr. Vandeveer. That gei mother, Mrs. M. S. Thurmau, at Villiseu, STAIi: Dl Kl s'lltKY. i Ciuiity f I. iii' oIh A ri.w dnM ao 15. K. Huglus teletleman then commenced a sc.ucli for Iowa. There is a piolubiiity that hn W II I Cnhir .,flh. ..I will not return, but instead npend two or graphed to the biuisville Times that Miss Hale, but it was too late, the bird HsiiW.dii -- di m d t'.T thai the al ii. k mm lsjUv tl ' l t m three years at a theological swiool to Capt. W. J. Kiniiaiid and Miss Jennie had llown. Mr. F.lmoru was consulted is true I.K J v IIUUK.1.K, caslucr. prepare himselipifor tho ministry, to Faulkner had eloped to Louisville and and lie readily recognized the woman as uliiii 'tin i" before uif tlr- - ill .. r I'KACOCU N I' t Iwldch beseems to be called. Ho is an married. As it was untrue the notieo Jetl' Hale's daughter and informed Mr. ofl). t . ,',,0 t ' excellent yonnj,' man and everybody will created much mortification to tlie par- V. that she had a short time before left Ciwr. i ut'-- u i mu A oun, ) 1) m ,,ir- was then 1. hlKi'K. and ties. Mr. Hughes claimed that young his store. Marshall for wish him well. 'l J Koji vN Mn. J- - 1L Fiiii f Pmeville, was heio Fleece Uobinsou had given him the item, sent after her. She was found at home euros Colic, Constipation, "Caatorlats go well adaptl tochlldrvn that yesterday He tells us that he was impor- which he denied. Yesterday they met and on being told for what shu was wantDlarrliirn, Eructation, ITexxa. I recommend tt as superior to any prescription o before tho con- atlmcaster and after some worda Rob- ed, she threw out a $20 gold piece and k'vwi idtvp, aud prumotw ICaatorla tuned to It t his nameknow n to me." II. A. Archer, M. D., vention ut Harbourville, last week, and inson bit Hughes in tlie face with a rock told the marshal to go his way rejoicing. ollfr for.ilc privately Ihe llenr llistor (arm iujurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St, IirooUyu, N. Y. Kivcr; is confident that ho ciluld hnvo received wounding him badly. Hughes, howev- It is believed that several other mer- cf to acre of bottsm Undoii Dix bi'inco m acris crat sown in wlie.t ui Hid all riK't ldrt business is such tho nomination, but ncr in, getting hold of his op- chants have been similarly worked and TheUwi-lli- linehasf roo anu in. r i inearly iiain, Icncin," new. urcharl that ho could not spare the tune to make er, succeeded in time cornea Mr koikI well,lulfcatli, .it.iiicu in one and two yean, 'l'ermi, tho race. Uy tho way vie have it from ponent and they were pommeling each it is likely when settlinR It not sold will be lor rent. authority fliat Mr. l'ish will in a other vigorously when friends put a stop Murphy will be surprised at tho amount with interest. Janiury i, tfQi civen J W. ADAMS, Stanford, Ky, f few weekH wed Miss Llzine Arthur, an to the battle. of some ot his accounts. WHIiamHburjr. acknowledsed bolle ol I f vn-t- 3, uay, wsvaassr :s:n, ico, yflii blt, - Stoek is Now Complete i - 9 - - f.s-t- j s Bueil Waterproof Boots, n- -- ,- - ik-o- 1 n t SHOES, all-wo- SALG.--Tlir- t'B 4'--4 HAND SEWED & MACHI1TE SEWED. d, hi-ihI- s STAGG & McEOBERTS. Court-lloii:- post-otllc- e .S'au-eaa- l & 1 Stanford Lumber Yard, -- r M. r bt LATH, FLOORING, n Manufacturers of SLAT wn-tlin- yen-terdn- y LUMBER Ti5.HD. 1 lu- - - Ktn-f-.i- d t di-- . ROBERT FEPIZEL, . ..-- mm km sewelry. 1.CXJ .fine y 1 eon-coa- l, .... ! a m a tln-o- st gold-tlllt- nl . LINE rock-botto- m HankH-.lnlwt- er CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS lr Bo-hei- o- i- i, Fresh California. Primus, Raisins, Jfigs. Vermacdla, Tail Soap, ....-..- .., - m d 1 MARK HARDIN". Itieh-n.onniai-iiHi- ) f d -e alc DRUGS and JEWELRY 1 1 ") J. I 1 mampj j.;i:;v r?r-i'oac- . Watch. y atcmg. c I I I - f - -- I' I' k 1? CoSl.HK.-S.MA- S - 1 o c jfPalHftHL-lf- 9 ''J MMM n e Hij-ht- inei.-tioni- ng V7. B Mo-iOBBRTS- -- i o . i!eu-s.- Chrit-tniH- I. I r , I I l - t'i - i . I i New-lan- I I Infants Children. i - For Sals. 1 I'oa-tcfii- 6j-t- llCmrMwBfcAaS4nRi Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal AT Publlahod Every Tuesday and Friday S'i PKB YICAK.iy ADVAXCK -- When not so paid $2.50 7 will be charged.- K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 00 a. m., returning To Millluiiairc. Smiths, Joneses ami Jenkinses endow colleges and hospitals to bo cnlled after them and immortalize their own distinguished names. Dnt there is one branch of philanthropy that 1ms apparently scarcely cecum- to them, 'though it is wortn all tne rest togetner. it is the providing of pretty and comfortable - 1 hlilmi'Knn limtitw If jS tilt Hi ta h $ IJ: IV St It ' f ?, ftWKfilM business investment. ' naeann-' No self respecting man or woman will L.&H. 1 wct.ty triii'S t Miorts.t accept a chanty, and even the best Mail tram some North 16pm tilings have no valuo in a man's eyes if South " ii p m Rmress train" South But let 11s say a 517am they como too easily. North ..e 30 m Makinf dirtM c rueiti ns in Central L'nioD dekimrs'" Local Freight North 53sPm man has a couple of millions to help pot for South " carry passengers mankind with. Put it on a strictly Mi, hi fan I'eints. St I. mm, The latter train also Chicago. The Finest on Earth Mandard time Solar business basis. Say he will be satisfied I, iron, Cleveland. liulUto, The above it calculated on Th Cincinniui. Hamilton A Dayton R V i Indisnipoli. nd the West. faster time is, about 10 minute A tt, the only line runnini Pullman's PcfiMttd SafM with a net return of 5 per cent, on his Canada, New Fngl Hid, Train-- , with Chair Veti-uli- l Prlot. Slepin.; all in !r iv , tun,; tic ti;th rntncr.t He It money. Let him buy a tract of land New dnd Dminc Car erv lttwn CimitKati, In port m IloNtou, -- anapuhsand Chuao and it thr onl) lm within forty minutes by rail of tho CinC. Chair Cars through Rilmin hint..n Philadelphia, lliUnrrr and Steeping .1, portion of some great city. llartmltl Frankfort Ky cinnati, Keokuk iind .prmcnld, HOUSE, o Ki ke.t time t lkt,M utg, Sh.r!! i,d of the S:.itc of ipi,n.l, u Cir Cincinnati to Mailinaw, and the If there is no railroad to the tract eo ,' il ki.I line to ...c trill .,fi: .lUmovralu party Only Direct Lino F. D. RILEY, Proprietor, much the better. He can build one !liw ten Cincinnati. Dayton Lum TlIo, Detroit, the Lake Unnt and Canada thither which he can govern by his own - - - Kentucky. A. S. z he road It one of the oldet in the State ol London, rules, the first of which shall bo that the Ohioand the onlx line entering Cincinnati r. Solid thatcnt t.l my new H"tel and am JWBWft sruoEny den is cars, smokiii); irs and rsins, miles oi doubW t'rai k, and from it past record can .' fare shall be as low 4.1 it can possibly be to commodity the public motfthan assure its patt on speed, comfort and picpati I,nrr attachrd and esery conpnience de couhes. Pullman B d .ir srrper thi ugh with w n. McRobcrli' (Joo.1 Office on Main trcet, over outihtns siaChali.n oga. Hit mini: ham, Mend safety to iay the road's excuses and leave a sired, i.ue nic a ill. lan makinr dirert tonnertns en leutc r Knot Vri Mure, itanfil. fickels on snl everywhere, and set that the) 77 FRANK KII.EV. small profit. Indeed, as has already ville, A.hevilk, Lymhhuri; and point id (he rmd C , II. A D . cither in or out of Cincinnati, ladunapMi or lolsMo. been done in England, tho railroad far V.. O McCORMICK. General Passeuger and Tn ket Agent GROCERY. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. might be included in the workingumu's At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, rent. Then let our millionaire erect upou ilmm? And HOAKIHN.; HOl'ST. ton, Charleston, Augusta, Matnn. Bucklen's Arnica Salve .nna, DENTIST. the plot of ground after it has been thorIrninswick, lake Cily. IhomasWIU a.id rl.'Ull-Dfor The ahe in the world sores,cuts, bruises, C lull lin haia the rlnest of fn-.- ai(.ro. erics and Kemem pmnis. oughly drained, plauted with shnde trees. chap-rstreet, opjvosii Office on Main salt rhrum sor, ukT.chilbluns, fnver and alltetter, ruf Cigars Tol.ainw and vJas the only line triias wr ts e Mh orns up stairs. Nurou, Ou hands, her that onl) t r cah, or proline. I base Pullman fbwidoir runmni; etc., dozens of pretty, comfortablo three, or I'aUi. Merpmc Car. lo j. L tions and posltisi'ls cure piles, or no pay rwquir a Restaurant In iontun extracting Am als prvivied t sonsille settHout change lor au cl.. ol i mi- Whj tln TurUej Dunrrd. ;iANKOK. KENTLCK.. four, five and six room cottages furnished eid. It is cuaranterd to (!i" wi(et satislactsor, keep bardcr at sery reasonable rale (lit. 1'rn.p S per bos. ate a call and be , omin. ed that will doyssu nght. Cersor Bsk'gag There died a few week's ago in San or money relunded Selma and Jlontgomerv. Iluntssille. I ai .r. with modern conveniences. A plot of . " IV ClKRim, Rowland by A R Penny. Stantord, Ky. J t) im For sale lotenc e. .. T........ punts .Menipnis and ,lt K..N"s, r. B. ground shall bo left with ouch large Francisco an old man who. a generation DR. SU.irtt and Annislon Sr la, Mn ago, was known in New York as "TurCurnblo ? ti.i-rMle con ne.ti'ns made at M.W l)R Is Consumiitlon enough for a t'.ower and vegetable gar- key Levy." His name was C. A. BENEDICT & CO.. LEAN'S witl.oni omnibus tran.iVr for .Vsc.t a Aaron Levy, Mr. C II Morris, Newark, Rsd th following den. There- must be adjacent to the and in llou.ii-nAustin, with absits, of lungs time he kept a sa- Ark .i)s "Was down pronounced we an Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Main street, in office recently villago rt public park and a public hall loon on Chatham street, and trientl and phyuiin. Office near Baxter. curable conumpne Betran takinj Hr. Miij s Stanford, ky. TEXAS, MEXICO ANO CALIFORNIA vawted b"lr. L KJlntTinan. and club house. Then let him cause it The great attraction of Lev)s place was New I)ic ery for Conumpnon and am luwon TANriiRli, KV in third bottle and able to osersee the wsirk on The nlr Ihron.-- line t la, k..n j nd I ' uig, AHVOOD F to bo known that tho village is here a big cagoon a raised platform, in which wyfarm It the finest nwduin eser Mi rt .t , Shirs Wells drilled Pumps lurnishrd dm t tlOBI Ohio, sa 'Had factory prices to ordr anil wiih.i it osnni' ii. luh.lrf Oeiatur. r Dalh so strictly as a business investment, wait- were confined tin eo solemn turkeys. An ...,,, MieMlewaft. Kiusj s New IH.coscrr far it Wurih, Austin San Anttma, F.I Paw and 'tilt& ATWOOD, k..n l, I Dr. ing for respectable American citizens to old chap with a cracked violin would r...mi.ti,.n mid ha.e diedol luiie troubles dxiors Am 1 w up TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. make it their home. They can rent begin to play a tune, and the turkeys Was nisenTr) Itby Sample boitle tree initnest A ESTRTE RGEHTS. the houses on the 4 or 0 per cent, basis, would dance, first with slow and stately health I nr thr gh llln iniift iounl) m in, aad lu.l measure, gradually becoming more ani- Penn'druitio a', on Atih at li.ri. n ir Citr Kv ml rm.it or they can buy them if they wish for a mated as the fiddler fiddled faster, P l'iC am il' do the cr aild" Eupopsy. fi, MUNk and W"l l.L IfJl.i'i I Ii price that will yet return a small profit eventually ending with a ludicrously wild u es ,' K to jou JAS O OIYEXS. lhisis what lullv ought life.has e, in tact Jare work in a u k1 manner an prompt WM.AYRKS lw.K l HlW VKDj, l Thousand t tt I it to tho owner, for tliat ideal must never and frenzied motion, which created in- must base r. to .isilc. enjoyiiiourssinkf because thel At One Dollar a Foot. I .. A f A . sn.1 (1 bo lost sight of. Otherwise tho invest- tense surprise and Call n or kfniu uir at Mjnbir-Old Levy nndituol lhouaands upon thousands ol dollar. are spent anno illy O) our pcopw in ire il il LI SMI 111 ment becomes a charity, and tho beat kept his secret until one night h putty of they mas alum this Leon. And) el it mar be Attorneys .at Law, Klet trie Hitters, class of working people will shun it as inquisitive toughs upset Ihe cage, and had ly ail. We guarantee thatand the umt per found underneath a charcoal furnace. ,r .....I ... nrdinir to directions duceiti n ana ust St., - - Louisville, Ky. they do a charity hospital. etyl 327 Fifth .....j... and install instead Hvipep.v I A villago built on tho lino here suggest- The bottom of the cage was of metal, and the demon lyDCPn trie Hitter for dssMnsu and Shrese lluilding Wc commend Klc DM LIONS SWITCH. K ed would be filled in less than no time when tho old man fiddled he kept time all disease, of the livr, stomach and kidneys s " ii Jcueyiut WtalHra CHIMCaRt bottle at A R Pcnn) with his foot. This put n bellows in Sold ai and Ji FRANK. MA1UM0N. Dealer In with tho families of teachers, newspa- motion, J AS. G. r.IVENs. the fire burned bright, the metal dru; sture m per people, clerks, business men and re- began to get hot and the turkeys began Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Cap: A XEAV ERRIKOE. The largest and smnllet man in GIVEKS spectable mechanics. A society as re- to dance. "Turkey Levy" has never had . Craig, of lloots, Sh', Clthinu, Hardwate. America are John Hanson I.Mving l Hb fined, as cultured, as happy and hand- a successor. New York Word. mware, Furnit ire and a REAL ESTATE, 5 and weighs MX) Ind.,-f- eet some as any on earth would soon spring Conoral Line of Crocerios, LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI - of Baldwin county, Ala, up in this model village. Every family Told liy u Gentleman f 3Iui,irliustt. Win' Ruckanl. v audio, C' . I it Ac. feet high and weighs only All kindsFan I'r ldu r taken 21 years old, Dail). Secures to Traselers, Mr. Olds, a gentleman from Massachubought would be respected and self respecting, hangs for c;oodi of Town Lots, Coal, Iron a.id IWwr Land jiouiid.o. Neither has ever been in r K P i ?!. e, I.i. or sold on Commission. Correspondence and would belong to tho 400. What setts, now residing on the St. Lucie ! solicited THE MOST RAPID ROUTE museumsriver, tells millionaire will net on tho suggestion, clearing n a lemarkable story. While homestead on the east side of F.scr attempted Setwetn the great t Do not Sutter any Longor I. ?I. HUI'CIC, in and give us Jenkinshurst or Brownq cities on the nhio Ritr and Chicaj; ,, ai tho river by the seashore he went to " hence Knowing that a .oogh can b l'lh fastest time and most somfortalde HOTEL1 '" .. THE GOMIiERGIRL trias ' bathe in the sarf. but on putting his feet aad Ihe nr.l stages of cotwumption .b twreen all (vints in the outh, or tj Ihe U e, a' ..-r Li"",: sal: ,;,::3 tttek Northwest. Trse coualerparlof this uio a w,l ..land A priest in St. Louis has inaugurated in tho waves found tho water icy cold: Cough R.m.dyy.nd per aireuL.n. the do not nod J. II OWENS, Manager, trnak lines is denmniaalesi The Limits! Ft press. and he tried it again with the same result, who buy take It as STANFORD. K The superb rolling stock we employ gise pair n For S le by A K. I en Harrodsburg, - Kentucky a temj)erance crusade that is unique. the water was just liko ice: ho thon our.laiem.ntcorrnt. tasimited Cotaloti Drustist. Everj- - man in his congregation will be walked along tho beach and found Say Mcnoa, get Moaoa aad stick to Mnon, it yosj want lo save money ansi hac a pleasant jo ir Very Best People charge t this popular hUl watched strictly in future, and those AI'IKNIION I. COMMKUCIAL SPBCIAk. taken Our I have piles of frozen fish. It is supposed thnt ck- that Dr Horses and mule bouirht and sold and intend to run it in arirst class manrer m every statement Por lull information, time cards, map., folders, pipered and painted from whoarein the habit of frequenting drink- a huge mountain of ico from tho South Ponfirm our Remedy i in eserv wy uuerior to traveler. respect. Itltbein ', Enelish horses and vhi. le. used in liver. etc, ci on or address oemg renov ated and throat and Otdy or the top to bottom, the iiedui.ig is any n dall othr preparation W. I". CKf-,II.seas becamo dislodged and floated with P. A . I.oui.silU, K). .- --- w everything done t make it rleasant ind comfort- - ing saloons will be reported to the pas. . woe urpa-e- d tor. He will give their names to a com- the current to this shore beiore ths luriifs. AIn whoosstnscousnanotruwp..not' l .. .Jimr j jn pinnr.r, 11 r , Aglrut g,,, 11, -v a ml able Tor guests. Theta le snail ne 11. Kill once this' istnedy.nil 9 SmtllVa pessoM on tl U , Stanford i'r J is byhotclsin thi ecctian. mittee of sixty of the leading ladies of warm waters of tho gulf had time to Ik- free Remember R l'oa) 1 in A melt it. However, this is only specula- Use guarantee, at I Wave renVrd tho Prter Straub shoi n Somerset the church. These women will seo that PlUd s prepaicd to d all 1 still Dr. Acker't) sUeet Sianford, and air tho drunkards are completely ostracized tion, and to many itTimes-Unio-remains a mysi had , For uck head- kind, of Bi.ACKSMniiiM. I U h. ireaeral IfQnTiinLLr Are acme, pffcctise and put. of tery. Cor. Florida l J jmfs e.perience in hf shoeing nd socially by tho congregation, and it is ache, disordered slouiach. Km hairIVWIUMUIU a 11 k.nj i shonwoikaHdamliill) Piei'di-- d complesionand bilious.., they MT. VERNON. KY. tr (ten needless to say they will take pleasure n me Shori'gr. r An Old Iilna i:liileil. euuakd either nAnmno' abroad r or sale b) work a specially tti.e me a ir "iii.i'i,- - Clf ASS UOt'TK. .. . in their task. Nobody will recognize n Hotelji still maintain It will bo rememlH-'iethat when a A. R Penny, Druiet This old and I'iMN MIU 111 I It - 4 t t Charges reasonable. Spe- the tipplers in company or elsowhere, damosel. famed in poesy, nked j)ermis-siol stia ing it fine reputation. 'st Tho Shortest and Qulckunt ftouto from That Terrible Cough cial attention to the traveling public. - .h. .rmmr. hurried or diUkult breatning to go out to swim it was granted Central Kontuclcy to all point North. and tLe young men will not even bo alfia fliiir .,... .M. P NEWCOM11, Prop., iwi Kuat, Wont nnd South-YVoher, in tho coufidenro that if she did not raising phlegm, usntnes in inc orsweals at night Fast the esenmg pulse Mt Vernon, Ky. lowed to buy ice cream for their best S3tl Mnobutwuon Loxlntrton and Clnclu- " girls. This is heroic treatment indeed. go near the water she was cortain not iall or any of the, thins . ate i www.. ....... natt. ini.timiitinn. I'r ,L.ffl is But a Protestant minister who should to be drowned. In thwe days the p?o-pl-e dtfv will cute thess- feitful y Ctosno, and Penny i R. Sl Hr.Dri.F. IN KIFKC1 MA 11, i!;i of Colorado do not know when they under a (kmiUvc guarantee attempt such a remedy would not bo al- may awaken in the morning to find them- Drusxist. No 7, No. No 6 Blue-Gras- s lowed to hold his pastorato a month, selves "disagreeable bodies," although S. ath lluund. Kx bun TheFlrnt Symptoms of Doath. Ki Sua. ' Daily such is the difference in the authority they live miles from n stream. It is the headache, pains In various lired feehnj, dull TMAKE! ornamental trees. t.ve Cincinnati .. 8 to a in1 8 oi p m ' J J pm, lmmeiie stock of fruit and trees, and every- - of the priestly office in tho Roman Cath- deadly cloud burst thut dooti it. Detroit parts of the body, sinking at the pituf theor oii rs ach, loss of appetite, lesenshness, pimplea r...n.vinH. A .nnracu. I.ve Lotingloa... 8 it am 8 oe p in J 45 p m -"- - We have olic and Protestant churches. and pardon. are all tiositise evidence in iwiwt Free Pross. p as 9 Lvc m' 4 thins for the lawn, orchard lo.v price-- to the plan- Sfi'LABOR Arr Falmouth.... 044 aa m 10 17j p m' 5 01 p ra how it bouime poisoned it mut U- l"r;hi i! direi t :it raatur ra. 40 10 no tigent, hut nil p Pain Dr Acker. Knslish Illood Hmr toavold.'ea.th ,cr. I.isington Arr lo I P LESSENS " w P sa'..."...."- .- "i f J" P ra Baron Hirch. of Paris, who lately has never lailetcl to temose siroiuwu. or .JK"'"' T0 LIFE A certain oil company, with a capital 11 DANGtR mp n 0 a I.vc Paris Levingtou, Kj. under poaitis guaraniee at . K tho 6 o p m Arr Winchester.. la 05 p m of $.",OCO,000, i3 announced as entering made10.000 munificent permanent bequest poisons Sold of a month to nid oor immi- PetiB)' 7 J" P a 40 p m Arr Richniond. tho field 4 SS P m Arr Lancaster... i' .title- - Nt-- o and I. Is, IT I'lllH. win 7'n"riTTinrrFrw company, to compete with tho Standard grant Hebrews in the United States, is Arr Stanford nopmi with a capital of 500 millions coming to America during the autumn. l v An imix-rj Tli v i'i" on ih .in I ve Ruhmond Si p m ihin icli I'ui 'ow iur'-more or less. It is possible thero is a He is reputed to bo tho richest private llvei Arr llerea J OS P m euro bilious 1 A nsw prm-'Thy Arr l.ivmgtnn... J w pm . . unJ large amount of buncombe in this person in Eurqie, and has been a con'.is ' ! pi du a ntid cimlrt-ofn competition. Itis possible that tho spicuous figure in London fashionable tlou l. t A No. j. No 1. tl .' .V '. l'iliefoi liunti J&i Stn.il. iiii . ' .xWrli'-A It l'. 1.) Standard Oil company is going to com- circles during the l.te "season," as the Sanipica si.tiiora. i particular friend of the Priuce of Wales, I'in.-- MjniKins a I);i.v. Lie I.uingiton.. 3 OJ a in To cure luuncsn Heii!ih', Constl- - pete with itbelf in this now deal. Such s pit. r D. wsA" M a.lcy L 10 J5 am I.e llerea Ha I Mrs II A.Uir.iii r ..r Vism ... Ind lirri Nrwiiutt jiation, ;i iu:i , I. i(Miir j.im, take I rams 10 competing combinations are tho latest who has introduced him everywhere. Si lid 11 (j a m Arr Richmond :o h would liava l n thousand yt - r re.ncd, the eau in' 'I in il s o thouitlit to l Slif thing out in shrewd business enterprises. 00 a m Philadelphia I. Ye Stanford ., 77 4$ am . lcht-sThe national library of Rio Janeiro was subject to tn'rio1. vrns'r.i'lun. Lie Lancaster They keep outsiders off tho field. il 1.1 a oj a in Arr Richmo nd. Baltimoro, Now York, .'& contains loO.OOO volumes, and is especial- Jijty ns-- . b.ickupiif. Timlpitat"Umiii;and J or y lo B Flf !'Oi beon .ou.'li tjfi'rn u ilcjt I.vc Richmond. la p in 6 le a m ly rich in manuscripts and literary eJ by tu;ht hiie,..ns for tr nr. Withouttrnt All points Last and Southeast a 00 p in 7 Only one nitfht out Irom Lexington. Arr. Winchester. If Paul Alexander Johnstone, tho curiosities. That is the place for novel'5 a mi he is ullif cun'd b mn liotiln m 7. i! a'm' Arr Paris NVrr.nv Atiliillsot Ml Corrected Tunc Card in Llfect an u, ityo. mind reader, who is to succeed Bishop, ists to go and find material for historical of Dr tips es llestor.it t.ve I.ciiugton 1 0$ p ul in new iiiul 7 00 a m 3 4S pm und tie n( rj' tr.' x m m rin Kx a 30 p m SJ a iti 4 ii p r Daily IFastMaili Accom I.ve Parts Dom Pedro, finely Illustrated tr. atii trrt.AU Penny I.ve Falianuth 11 p in 9 13 a ruptticNM M.I M:n I0ttlcllp!'nstotho must go off into convulsions, fall into a romances. lio r coiuiueuds anil gu itautvut Dru !"torc. Daily 5 18 P tr Vcs .Daily STATIONS. Arr Covington. 5 ' r, Kx bun P m 1033 am 6 30 p o bunk lo t IOJ.V1 MENT. cataleptic fit and nearly die every time who is writing for a German paper an U. .' il. Kpres. KsSun. Arr Cincinnati S P m 0 45 a m 8 j) pm articlo on tho Tupi Indians, no doubt ll A(;on. ho drives blindfold through tho strqets .tlitrvclotis ICiitltirtiiicc. ! I'rli-- W j ! yt v aC. 1KT HottlC. it Ji n'n 11 ij am la 31 n'n Lc Stanford 6 10 pin The vast amount of iimr porfornu-i- l by tho 40 am 5 jo pin and finds a name in a hotel register, longs for a chance to consult that li" Lexington "FHOTOCRAVCSt body Tralm Nos. m and 14 run Sunday only between H till por't u nl tho heart n 7 00 pm i 43 pm 640 pm "Winchester brary. Cincinnati and I.exitiftnu, leasing Cincinnati at 'A"' AW V UIZE. what are his extraordinary powers known It bmls tritli b'ool not " K. U. Junction frsfirittmitl. ,and .irri. 1 at Lexington at la in Lie lirj.DXJtiiin s uml lore s th- b hhI at tin- rate ut 1 30 pm at pm 7 40 pin 8 a Ml Sterling K'Ni: SI.IOUIS MO. worth? It is a good deal more agreeablo J.F.SUUHaCC Gustavo Bourcaud. a citizen of Nantes, 1C ml hs il.iv which 1 iM.O m)0 times nnd I 9 pm a 43 pm 9 at pro Lexington at 1 40 p. m. and arrivt at Cmcinuati at " Morehead iinb-No womliir thero 3 33 p. m. In 4 nf" tltinill YuWZWA JaiSC323HWi and comfortable not to have miud read- has a hobby for bills nnd posters. Ho 5.IS0.vJ ' Olive Hill 33 P ar- - so many Tlio pm j pm On theMaytville llranch, No 9. leaves Paris al Ashland. rallurOS. wheni-jo- Hrst ' Catlcttsburg. .. 1030 nm i 5 pm ing powers if one must pay this sort of made an of hi collection hist synipiotns .ire Honrt s. ". sho.m ... 800, am and No. n, at 543. p in, arriving 10 43 3 50 at nt tomiuli. itiittiritii;. ii 'Ik 11 07 pm 6 75 pm Maysvillc at 10 15, a m, and 810. p m No c'im " Huntington spring toi a local charity of Nantes, and flioldnif pain lhrnut.i-..- p penalty. ic In .iotil tlion (ollow leaves Maysvillc at 3,13 a m, arming at l'aru at Lse.Hiintiugtoti. . 11 J) i was able to produce designs in this neg- bunri or 1110 swoiii-nnltlus, Arr Charleston nm "n .pi3 740, am. No 11 leaves Maysvillc at 130 and N w ci'itK Ir, in M . at Parii at 4 The remarkable progress made in per- - lected but not humble line of art by a ete Dr 7 3I am Clifton Forge. A. II Penny. dally .... arrivesexcept Sunday. 15. P m. These trains are 11 41 am.... " Lynchburg SjMj largo number of artists who made some the only r ineily fecting electrical methods is nowhtrQ am ...... No runs dallv Irom Lfxincton tnCinrinnti " Charlottesville 1030 No. 43 leaves Lexington 1000 am: arrises Paris .. a u pm " Washington better illustrated than in tfie case of the mark in their day. A catalogue was . m to 4. am; except Sundav 3 3 " Baltimore COMPANY submarine cable. In 1858 the first ocean supplied by the collector. 6 13 pm No. 8 leases Cincinnati S 10 pm;arrivc( Kalmo-u" Philadelphia. " New York 7 10 pm j except Sunday, 9 o pm telegraph message was Eent between s'o. 7 ie.iv es Falmouth 600 am; arrives Ctccm " Richmond, Va. . j 40 pm This is tho time of year when the boat When Baby was stele, we gave her Caslorla. " OldPolntComfort Europe and America. At that time a begins to nati 7 15 am; except Sunday. crack open in spots where the When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. I 'rain Notes No 3 runs dally between I.exini 'Norfolk message of thirty-onwords was trans- summer heat has dried up the sides. An ton nnd Cincinnati. No and 3:30 lanciunau aim i.exiiigton 4 runs daily h'tweer. When she liecame Miss, sho clung to Castoria. Trains leaving Lexington at 11:40 a wCU mitted in thirty-fivminutes, and this easy way to fill up the cracks is to melt p m dally, except Sunday e nnoct at Virche. Nos a and 6 bIio gave thcra Castoria When klie had iiB&. J w as thought to bo marvelous sjeed. Now equal parts of pitch and gutta poruha .V M V. lly N tr for Richmond, Ky7 and (mats on the K. C. R. for points on themaleN connections at in MJvi COO words per minute aro bent. an iron jot: thoroughly mix by stirring. Limited Vestibule Kx. from NwVork,PhUu!cl-tihia- , at IMPORTANT Trainsol this. line now arrive and depart from the Central Union Pastengci Washiagtununit sit points llaat. arrives at If t 1 Make up in sticks and melt into the LeaiiiKtoii at 47 p m daily Stanford it 57 p tn. Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, lUst and West. Ladies who wish to bo joined in mat- cracks with a warm iron. Fast mail from Richmond, Va , and all points Through east, lliintltiBton, W 'a, and all Weal statlontar-ri- r destination tickets and 4baggage checked to any A Hoon to Wives. reached by railroad. rimony without swallowing that little at ta not rcr full particulars address any agent ol the Co. J. Frank Sweeney, of Omaha, fell In llavitiK used "Mother I'riend." I would knoa day Lexmctoti 11 57 p40mnoon daily escept SunStanford word "obey" shonld have tho knot tied JLEXINGTONJTJa be without it it is 4 boon lo wises who or love with Acciimrrodation from Olivf Hill and uilerinediate ordeal of they mu.t Salvation Army fashion. "Wo do not Tapley, the photograph of Mrs. Anna chifd'urth pass through the i.anidil Write the points, Riclimind, Kv , and lou.ts hi the K. C W.I. MUNSON. Trav. Paw. Ast., Cincinnati, J Jfcg.-.--a Mr C Mchurgc. Iowa. a handsome young widow of S. F. 11. MORSE, (Jen! dily, ex lly. arrives at Lexington 8 10, a rfr-s''i'K'.r Agt. acknowledge tho inferiority of women to Louisville, Ky., and Atlanta, Ua , for lurlhi-llr.1Jt1.ld tA Simdiy Stanf rd 40 p n Cincinnati, O. carried it about particular Rpfulitor Co., Druggists. Sold by all V M II. K HUNTINOTON. Vice Pros' t and Gen'i N IF YOU WANT men," says Gen. Balliugton Booth. Con- with him for several months. He met lie mrc tirkcls read reid ia N. W Manager. sequently tho officers arranged a mar- the original of the picture foi the first DRUNKENNESS -- THE LIQUOR HAB Ry.,1.S D. II MORsF, tl. P A .Cinunnati, O. GENERAL OFFICES. ln Cm riage service of their own in which the time on Friday of Inst week and was all tho World thero 1b but one i.ld ir, c i.f-- i 1 it AND A HAI'l'Y COOK, UsE cure, Dr. Halnoa' Golden SpoclUc. sr. objectionable word does not appear. mai ied to her on Monday. mit j 30 p. m s Train letves Rowland at filr iv.fv.ilo that too, not a a charity, but as a solid LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 1 1 RICHARD WARREN PRICE, 1 bttsi-ues- s litc-- r Ir. . 6" PniMta;. I'lne Villus nt Newport. The large number of very wealthy men at Newport who have now leen ornamenting that city for twenty or thirty year,, ami in a measure leen competing with each other for stvlo and taste, has led to ,111 especially finished look about all the villas tliere. Their foliage is superb. Some of the lanes are deeply shaded and have .1 solitary look, even at midday, and these are said to Imj the resorts of tho English nurses and French bonnes. The pine tree grows at Newport in considerable perfection, and other varieties of the fir. and the elm is there seen in all its maguliiceuce, tho most spreading of nil trees, not excepting the oak Three of the Vnnderbilts, two of the Astors and two of the Ooelfts are among the villa owners at Newport. The house that William K. Vanderbilt is now putting up (and he has beeri at work upon it tor more thin three years) is made of grent slabs ot white marble almost as pure as Italian marble, and the wall and lodge are of the same material. There are lotlrs and even hen houses nt Newport which would be remarkable ornaments in some of our large cities. Miwt of tho hou-e- s in the fashionable part of Newport are mud of stone mixed with wood, the gables frequently made of cement and pebble, with exposed wooden skeletons, and some of the chimneys are made of hewn stone, others of rough atoue and nstilar, and many others of hnck. lofty and effective. Cincinnati Enquirer. An Episcopal clergyman of Indiana tells this as a true story: Recently one of the prominent members of his parish died. After the funeral the widow took great comfort in telling her neiu'libots about the many virtues of her late husband, even mentioning the fact that he took great delight in playing cards as an innocent pntime. She must have been thinking of him as he appeared in his "customary attitude," for she said: "Jacob looked so well w hen they opened the co ill u at the church. He had not changed one particle. There was, oh' surli nbeavenlv expression on his face. He looked just ns though ho held four - R0YAI utrntats .vygsgs ? - So POWDER 1 -, 1 94KSillO WlMWlVM'ti2B8m -s- S4SSW'JUWcM. ii.'.,iU'!iKV .nnnnnhw- w I Absolutely Puro 1ULEY 111 betn run-mn- York, THE 1 or 1 I 111 rr 1 1 1 tin-gaj- t, I RESTHURMT fet-tio- amol:(kta, s. T l.t 1 n . I m-I- I .' I i I PENNY, Dentist. I i i ( - , ante-bellu- 111 jLMiN RML i I i I made-Jess- , - C t- 1. . ALLEN I - - IT - TaTEI.1. I BORXIsTG. f 1 I Johnson CityTonn. c isci 1 AYRES 1 nmu-'omn- t. r .. . V -- . ,11 linn-vo- u vJ.KC.SIIILiTOISr Queens-ware1 lOl-y- r , -c J lr -- -- Pau-vill- e, FAST MAIL Plncvillc, Kentucky. loi-y- . 1 i r - ,i ,1 ..-- ;::; imi (. heea) - hrst-cla- as 1 9-- ' AI ! - - ITotioo. 11 , Enw-llu- NEWCOMB well-kno- -v HOTEL. - n. P. "" - I . rs I . in f UGlfHalfl at a u - ! I ' n Ir a t 1890. i - i Nurseries. , rmenu iSK 5".oTrLcASy '.'.. flOTHERS 4 - "nlLU,, n Klt',nRltNS 11 . 1 11 M n -- rSK V' 4&Sb - . . i -- , . t-- i - s 1 i ih-s- I I tni' I 1 n OLD KY. ROUTE 1.1 Vi-st- Nrth-Iloun- d. o-- J i t,li-- . In-.- i Washington, .111 B Lil SiLHIIil -J- " 1 sue-ufs- s v- - ! ill 4 11 111 4 111 . , I KIS3.K6P" 3 lto-- j Mtp-plln- l ! - - 1 111 111 .1 t l s - . r -- i . . wt-n- -- Ii- - - llt-sit- r . . 1 . 1 I . . CREAMj inE WS ir.' I - o :& 111 e ChU-'ren- , Winr-heste- i 4 r 111, ct-p-t 1 , GOOD BREAD MADE BY I T-- ui-:.-- d 1 1 - EAM FLOUR ROLLER MILLS 1PANY, A full test of electrical transit has apparently been made in Chicago, to tho satisfaction of some investors, since the Chicago Electric Transit company has been Incorporated with a capital of 112,000,000. N. KY. ."i K - in currency passed through Celman's hands while he was president of the Argentine Republic, and that the country derived little benefit from it Tills seems to have Iwen tho largest game of "bunco" on record. fcjOO.OOy.OOO that A report comes from Buenos Ayres It can be siven in a cup of tea or coffee the knowledge of thp person takinz it, effecting a speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wrck have been cured who Tnousands of drunkards have taken the (JoldenireSpccilic in their coffee theycan without theirknowled.and quit drinking of their own freewill. No harmful cifcct tcstilts from its administration. Cures guar anteed. Send for circular and full particulars. Ad. dress in confi lenrc Coi ns.V SrkClMC Co., tSj Race Street, Cincinnati, O FOR MEN ONLY! NEW SAW MILL. for LusrorrAiUNU ahhooim MiTWlISH OeoiralandNSKVOUS DEHIITTy! .... W..k.....rVltf..41II.J Old obl lr..U..nKH,t'!ipXtIU)r-inOHGX8PiRTSOt0D- Holiu.t, in Jof Errors ar Yennr. Miriitii 4MI00I)r.ll; or ElMlies ll.el.ralire s.4 H.ilar.4. ikwlstsir sfslll.f MOSH imuiam-Uu- li. la a ear. Ms t.illfj rr.n 10 8tt 4 r.rslc ChiIiIh. Writ tktss. Btscritlbs ShI, .islusll. tirMr.aill.il (wsltilirrss. U4rt. BRIK MEOfOAL CO.. BUfFAUO. N. V. I have liniahed my now Saw Mill on the e, 7 mile Irom Star f.nd and am to furnish any kind of I I MI1FR SIM INtiLKS. the lum w. , .111. lum ut 'iv cr, tr suit Olve me a trial PastolhJe, MAVUdoD.KV A II I1ASTIN Soiner-e-pikI 43-- T anihfiniri isrvl