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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890101701 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. -- -!, J,-- ", v v d Semi-Weekl- y vol.xviu. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. MATRIMONIAL Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17.1890. MATTERS. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. A NO. 66 ' T kmfolk. aii.l lots in his new addition. folks folk, my folks Well improved, containing ,4o acres, on Some parties MrKnmey ,hIr a ell as colori-- folks, to trespass a sp Undid nro preparing to build. or hunt birds, rn'.bu, and squirrels on mv arm l.orhood. ro, further part.culars call on the Snl or they w:ll be punished dersignedoraddressatllusinnville permission, OSIlgeles, as determined bv tho CUI1- to I5ml Mize was tried Monday for the w"J""t extent ol the law full mean what I say "" ." Ji. U. KENNEDY. murder of John Mink and held in tho sus, was ftiito n surprise to its people.; jn thomas c hall. sum of $1,000, which has not yet been l Hey were confidently counting on Oo.OOO to 70,000; and it does seem from the rapt. K. V. l.illurd him purchniu'd yesterday. KiVOn. Col. John Churchill, tho owner of the J. 1'. h'andifurpiopt'rty on D.invillu County Attorney G. V. McCluro amount of ground tho city covers and House on T.nraier Mreet in Stanford, rnntiin-in- Lot on Main Street in Stanford the number of buildings, that there Churchill Downs, is to inarrv Miss TVnii and family Imvo moved to town and three rooms ami cellar. Good cistern holding street. Tonus private. Containing! a daughter of tho late Judge cupy the building recently purchased of ought to be considerably over oO.OOO in- aoout jco barrels of water in yard Gov. McCnmry will Hpoiik nt the HlfJGINS. Terms easy T. R. VvULTOV , w.nlUIU, SUr.lord, K) habitants, but then thoro are a good court day. Of course lie ill Nicholas, nt Louisville. J. '. ISrown. many empty houses. Still, even nt the Invitations have been Issued to tlio ho greeted liyn lnr'o croud. The Iroys who haul freight from the I inaningeof Mr. Ueorgu Leo Penny to dejwt with wheelbarrows Imve snout latter figures, she has more than tiuadru--ploTlie rt'Kulnr weekly drill of tlio her population in the lust decade. Guards" him heeii clmni;ed from Mien Krr.ily Caswell, daughter of Judge conaidemble time searching the ware-aMy DrslraMe Property, known as EJuildijijr Mrs. M. C. Fuullev, which will occur house for a sack of "hungholcs" and a Business is said to be better than it was Monday night to Saturday niht, for the la the corporate limits of Rowland. last year, nnd if all the railroads the Catron's .Vlaos, Somorsct, Ky., at tho Presbyterian church at high noon en it of "wagon tire oil." bi'iii'llt of tliocoiintn Ikvh. Now rntlnc at fiw per month. For price, deIt. A. nnd .1. A. HuriittideHre spoud ( ct. 2mh. H J. DARST, Our friend and former student, John people aro counting on aro built, tilings scription Rowland. and teimi, write or c ill on m at aomer-st- , The Richmond Cliiimx says of tho Welch, with W. II. Thomas A Son., will soon be lively indeed. Hut there in:,' the week witii their hrothen, Dr. Ky. Vf. M. CATRON LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. lUimside, nt llmiKHirrille. Mrs. J. II. marriage of a young lady who has fre-- , Iouisville, 1ms had a handsome increnso is no absolute certainty that more thnn ' one of these, ami that a local line, will llrown and sou, McKenxie, nave return- qnently honorwl this place with her of salary grunted him by his house in The tiii'lervgned will rent for the year 180, ,,on asonalileterm. her Farm ol i ed from Mt. Vernon. MUewi Uwiryie visits: "Col. James W. Capeitou and appreciation of his valued nnd faithful materialize. The prospects are really r M.llcdg,v Ky. The Owing to my continued bad health, I hare form"an hive Ihe good for the extension of the L'nion Miss Katie C. Phelps were married Wed- - services. priiMlege of seeding this Fall. Appls nnd Jennie Mooro viiritcd Mi Altiu ed a partnership with my brother, John I.. Klkin, to Mrs NANC JENKINS. from Ogden. Utah, to Us Angeles. under the firm name of Al. K. Klkin Co., to Mr. Maret Singleton, aged 7.), was Miirksliury Monday and Tutwhiy. Col. uewlaynt thu lionio of tint bride, Dream-- j take effect Oct ist. Persons knowing themselves Danville. kV ing Creek Heights, Hev. Preston Itlake, here from Missouri durine tho week II.. That company already owns or controls indeltd to mt will please call at once and settle. W. (i Dunlnp Ktitl a Hying visit to am uimtle to see you is person ami need mv fr0I Kloii as far South as Pioche, money badly. Thanking you for your liberal Winliuwltiy. J. I'. Stimlifor, il. T. of tho Hup tint church, performing tlio was a former citizen of this eouiitv and nm(i House and Lot at Crab Orchard Per Sals, iMpast, I ask continuance ot same tocoremoiij. Tho groom is tne movwl Wet nearly 50 years ago. While .Nevada. This road would open up an ward Nool nnd J. M. in fioni the new firm. RMpeittull, immense area of country abounding in 6 lawyer ami banker of this place, and tho on his way here he mot Mr. Green Fish, M K. ELKIN. WtMlmwiay. Tuemiay night Ijuicaatur oxporienc-e- bride Is the eldest daughter of Mr. in d of ICansns, on the same errand as him' coal, timber, minerals, Ac. With cheap v.nsprojcrty, one fooA'iro The hfusl one of tho tuual ilisastroiis flrcH that Mrs. Thomas Phelps, and one of the self, coining luck to Kockcastlo to view coal Los Angeles could count on more Fruit Traos For Salo Choap. liits isitwl the town for yottrs. About most beautiful and accomplished young the scenes of his childhood. They had manufactories, of which she has very few. and which is one of the greatest facI have a nice lot of Apple Trees, Orape Vines Crab Orchard, Ky Only a few never met for the past W years. 1'2 o'clock tho lnrge livery wUihlo of J. II. ladies in Central Kentucky. me at 1'ineviIU. Kv J'lants, l 3"- -' A MUM. HLAIR.'m. tors in building up a city. Largo quan- and Raspberry cents each my own humor, for .ile. Invited friends of the couple wero pre D. Vt'vnl, xituated in the northeaxt corner of Death chose a shining mark when Apple Tree ij aud others in proporthe the l'uhlic Square, was disco verutl to lr ent. The happy pHlr loft immediately h,. claimed the young anil lovely Mrs. tities of petroleum nre shipped from tion, as wish to close outI'. L bnim MMl'SON, Stanford, Ky on tire ami hy the time the bucket brig-nd- iuiiiraiiiieuittefK!i travel in uiij.oi in Alice Ward Conway for his own. Her within a short distnnco of Los Angeles to San Francisco, 500 miles, to be refined "Nl girlhood years wore last." and engine arrived the whole roof I desire to sell my spent in Uockcastle larm of :..X .....t tio t Mr i n t..ri..-.atcu aiout i; miles north about r$o acres, situ-w nsablaze. Mr. West hud head of ' of Stanford on th county, in her home upon tho banks of because of tho high price of fuel here; Uush Ilranch horues in tlio Ntable, lns'diM sovornl bug New laud, accompauitMl by Mr. It. M. old Uockcastle Itivor, where tho gentle and no doubt many enterprises have been New land and Miss Susie Newlnnd, drove murmur of it.s waters Kies, wagona, Ac, w hicli weio all We offer for sale privately our farm known as ?.i.f"r, lulled her nightly turned away on the same account. L , I'UIII. IS '00"a"J Kichen r anl the Gerr'i Arulfron plate, mile from The magnificent e HFII U'lftvrmt n...I etlnesday nlternoon to retiose nr dallv illlml l.ur ,..i,,.i ,..;,i. is progW. l'oinphrcy, the waddler, over to i.ancuster J. on the Liberty pike, containing 43 acres, had his shop in the Htable and all the and wero married in the parlors of thejMWt.t.t nnd gentle fancies. Her many ressing quite rapidly, and when finished jood itMcllujof t ro ms and well watered. Call CmcVn'narOMo: """ will bo tho finest building of the kind 011 or auurcss us ai itustonville, Ky stock of harnc.v, wuldlos, Ac, that he Miller House, Kev. Preston 15!ake, of friends regretted to see her leave JOHN' ELMS. anywhere. The cost will be at least half MARY ELMS. This marriage is tucky, but she left it a happy bride had on hand was also dentroye. The fire then spread to the frame buildings wie consummation oi a long love niiair with hrlght anticipations for the future. a million dollars. The architect alone occupied by Henry uuctin its a barber and that they are woll suited we have xow they have brought her back and '.as rect'ivci "Irendy 1.S,000 for his ser- I wish to sell ,..,j j eny. 1 he """ , not a doubt, Tho bride, who is a sister she sliM.ps the last long shop. Duncan saved inott of his sleep in the! 'LUS """ Wl" "kely KUt -- 7'000 or I offer for sale privately the Hcnrv Hestor f.irm try trout house ha, hse VVZ iv IOm. n.in. ' verandah, back porch latticed, good ,,, acres vs...... hut the building nnd the vacant of Shuritl T. D. Newland, is a very lova- Paint Lick burying ground, while hu.s- -i I"0 WfT I1 is '0,nilete(I. The public of 60 acres of bottom land on Dix River; at cra-wiimottsoii vut. in wheat up U.w, consisting y niul l"8 ,,ublic id,o1 JHni?8 son dwelling has 6 and all right balance in house.' ble young lady and besides the possess- bund and relative must endure the sor- -' 1 he 'Si rooms; there is a new barn, house, corn crib aud of ndjoiutng it were totally dairy stable. The'olrowo good well, fine orchard and tencing nearly new. good cisterns, one .V at house, the other From tins building the lire ion of many accomplishments, she has row which sympathy can never assuage, nre. orna,1,t',lt8 t0 tho city and show tho Terms, half cath. balance in one and two years. hie nereis an -- Mrs. Jap Thompson, of (iarrard. ;H! I"1""1, hInil oi its citizens. Tho orphan with interest. It not fold will dc for rent. I'os- - lasi'ucrric. Siriw .abundance.... of- mill iiiLIUIllllt' dpread to the rear of the old liny propel-ty- , that great attribute, a sweet and kind irrrir, sessmn gi en January 1, iPot m of erection by the Sis on iA'xington strt-et- . I'ortuuatoly, disposition, and will make the man of her visiting at her father, Mr. II. H. Daker's J.W.ADAMS. S tanford, Ky. Cow. and he,PfeP .,',!.,,C.e f Cl,arit-b splendid edifice, I14IIIE7IS there was Oulv one room in tide building choice a wife that he will have ronson to Miss :iii Stewart is visiting lier sister terS conjoined horse, both gentle and can ben orc, one driscu bv occupied and all its contents were Hived, bo proud of. Mr. McClary is an excel- at liar bonrville. She contemplates visit - l'0StinK 5123,000, and will be a lasting w0,m.a'' 9e buggy and phaeton. .1 pieceolor .'..., un- taiiii. wmrn will i... but the building was entirely consumed. lent young man and during his life in ing llondaat an early date. Mr. and iMumiuieiiiio inoso gooil women, who sold in divided mio !,. ,.... pur- It wn only hy the hardest and bravest Stanford not a word can bo said of him Mrs. J. W. llrown loft Monday for an have giveu their livos and means toward ha;Tare0,d?rnr'5.h'.l ""' lot cheap of work that Miller's Hotel and the other than that of praise. He is super- extended trip through tho West, and bettering the condition of those who are In order to close out our preeut partnership, we J O. CARPENTKR. Stan ford. will sell at public auction at the residence of Resides will visit Metwrs. II. II. Conn and Jack to be pitied above all otherN Hemphill property, on tho coruur of intendent of the ll.iptist Sunday-schoo- l jas v .Mason, 4 miles west of Jit. Sterling, on lx'xiiigton street and I'liblicSsiimrv, were ami is a prominent member of that Adams, Jr., atCuthrie, Oklahoma, while these there are numerous tine buildings 'vVoanosday, Octooor 22a, 1830, saved. The stable building was insured church. Tho newly made couplu star, absent. Mrs. Julia Itoden is visiting her and blocks. And STOCK OF DRURS FOR SALE. hi Los Angeles, as in all California on their voyage of life under most pro- mother. Mr. O. W. Dakor has returned The follow in; stook,to-wit- . for $1,"00, but tho vacant pitious circumstances and that they may 'ron: Stanford. Messrs. K. M. Denny towns, there is what is known as the barber shop and Kay property were noi 40 Jennets, 12 Jacks, 20 head of sil?e"iTfL,0mqU,t '.he dr"? ,,1ine "Drugs and my of fresh insured nt all. West says he viilnvt! his always have smooth sailing the Intkiiioi: and J. W. Kiddle, of Level Oreon, are clean and the dusty side of the streets. M!2!,Kr,H.t,ei. Mys,l icomple,oluvery Horses, Jorn.NAi. joins their many friends in taking in tho West, i v,ll,he Py'"e one in including Oklaho- Tho wind blowing almost altogether Including No. i rood Marcs and several extra fonvHh horses, harness, buggies, Ac, at $1.00, wishing. youn Stallions and Geldings. cated1"ma. Mr. Nathan Hrav and wife are from the West makes the bide in that or Tho house contain. 4 good upstair but they were insured for only fl,.sy). Catalogues sent on application. rooms. G A. WASH, Hustonsil e 5,.,m visiting Ash (stove, Mo. Mrs. J. A. nearest that direction most desirable-hencMAbON ft HENRY, The htable was undoubtedly set a tiro, as The Count of I'xtrN. Mt. Sterling, Ky. a great majority of tho finest resinone of the employes had been in that Lonis Philippe, Comto do Paris, ii Proctor is very low. On the follow tag day, ?arm roa SALE AT a dences are to be found on that side, alpart of the building for several hours be- with us again after more than a quarter most as clean as if they had been recent-l- Thursday, Ostooar 23d, 1890, Supreme Judge Miller. He wishes to visit his old fore the tiro was discovered. Tho btable century. On account of continued bad health, I washed by rain, and tho trees and desire to (To the l.ditor of the Interior Journal building was owned by V. S. nnd J. V. comrades in m is. the scones of his old Clayton Howell will sell my f" "3 Acres of' lawns green and bright, while on the land at abargain, in a fine state ol fertility. Yould Judge Samuel Freeman Miller, of the Miller; the barber shop and vacant store- battles, and u show his gallant young sell 200 acres Location one L S. Supreme court, who died In WuhI- i- other everything is covered with dust. 25 head of Jennets and 35 or 40 mile south of with improvements. Staniord. and the lasing of the room by John M. Ixgan and tho ltny son who accompanies him how gTeat the is superb. There are all of the necessary farm head of Horses ington, D. C, this week, belongs to one The difference too in tho price of lots is iu republic of the United States is. Being provements, including a frame dwelling ot five property by John Spratt. of threediatinclfainiliesof his name, who very large. In the por- OI xarious kinds. Sale to take place in Mt. Ster- rooms and hall, a Urge basement barn, and all tho head of tho royal house of Franco ling Catalogues sent on application. building, new. tor further ...formation, apply ,0 To The Democrats or Kentucky. tho count ennnot for family reasons ap- have lived in Richmond, where ho was tion of the city nro many line residences, " "" otanturd. n goodly number aro just being finThe State Central Committee has is- prove of tho republic at homo, however born, for tho last century. Ho studied aud PUBLIC SALE sued the following address much ho would like to. But there is medicine there and after being licensed ished or are iu course of erection. Only Oh begs to congratulate ono republic across the water from his went to Iiarbourville and practiced medi- the better class of houses are being built. HI Your committee Margaret A. l'ortman, 1'llT,") California is a great State indeed, and you iixm the result of your work in Au- native land that tho illustrious heir to cine until ho was about !13 years old and Order of Publication. Portman, Deft. J gust, your ollicial majority being 57,707. an illustrious but now happily defunct then and there lead law. Ho married can furnish all sorts of climate as well as all sorts of products. A little north of Owing to continued bad health, which ptevents haVnif U,is daV fi'l her petition This Una been achieved by party unity monarchy does thoroughly approve, and there a lady whoso family is in the clerks V me from attending to business, I will on this court, asking Margaret A. l'ortman he empowered to that said throughout the Mate; by recognizing the that is tho United States. Ho likod it so in Kentucky, Miss IJallinger, and her San Francisco there have been quite use, enjoy, sell and consey lor her own benefit any well that during tlw civil war, when tho mother was u Miss Adams mi aunt of heavy frost, killing potato vines and right of members of tho party to protect property she may own or acquire, free OCTOBER 17, 1890, contract,' S0r.qIllm Vf'r httid. " "a themselves by organizations of their own chances wero uncertain whether our "Little Matt." He had three sisters in other tender vegetation, while here it FRIDAY, suo a single woman, trade own name and dispose ol her prop.rty by in her within party lines and hy a united ell'ort government should hold together and be this section of Kentucky, Mrs. Thomas has been exceedingly hot, the thermome- At my residence about willor mile north of of democrats of all shades of opinion in n shining light proclaiming liberty to Peacock, of Lancaster, who is tho moth- ter marking HO' iu tlio shade, and at Mc Kinney, on the Hanging Fork turnpike, ordered that this notice of said action Ky , sell at public auction to the be published for ten days the nations or bjilit to pieces nnd go er of Freely Peacock, Ksq , of Huston-ville- ; least LW more in the sun, I think, with-ou- t tiuhe Interior defense of democratic principle. muuri, uu um,f oiocK, rop ana r armuew.papcr published in Stanford, Ky. Journal. ing UteusiU, consisting ol down in anarchy and blood at this treexaggeration. "This weather is enGiven under my hand this Oct. ,' iSgo. Mrs. Stephen Xoland, wife of the There has been no time in tho history beven head of Horses, among them a IAS P. HAII.EV of tho Republic when your ell'ort was mendous time tho Count of Pans came distinguished divine of Nicliolasville.aml tirely exceptional tho'; don't leniember gelding, scry fast in hornets, and one good family 62 Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court. harness horse, 3 Jersey Cows, all of them good needed thnn now. The tyranny of with his younger brother nud fought Mrs. Wainscot, who yet lives in Rich- - such at this season before," is what more milicert; Jersey Hull; 10 head nt Hogs and one invariably say. Well, I hope it is. yoke of excellent work Cattle; 109 barels of Corn tho majority in Cougreas appeals to ev- with tho Army of tho Potomac to save tuond. Ho gathe.-e-d his law inspiration the field, illuggyaml Harness, new ot enough of it sure. It is still dry from such men as Gov. Silas Woodson, U' and Harness; t Spring Wagon, l'nlc and ery liberty-lovincitizen to forget local tho Union. Double Harness, a lot of Clner Hay in the barn They brought with them the de'Ked of Missouri, the Adamses and Eves and here, only two-o- r of an and Household and Kitchen Furniture dillerenees anil individual preferences in Also about 47 tho protection of the interests of the peo- though still opotless lilies of Franco and I Iuyses, of Knox county. Ho was born inch of rain havingfallen since lastspring. which the Farm of is a very Acres of Land, on live. This desirable placed them beside tho Stars and Stripes, in Hichtuond, April '', lSKi. He was a alThis year will bo long remember- land and is in a good state of cultivation.tract of E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor ple. There should be no republican The nt the disposal of tlio American republic. great undo to little l'ortman Peacock, ed for tho good prices realized for all improvements consist of a good comfortable dwelllowed to go to the National Congress ing of 5 rooms, also dining room, summer and in California products. Kven the pits of ter kitchen, smoke and hen houos, large and No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, from this Commonwealth. The interests Tho two princes, grandsons of Louis clerk at the l'ortman Hotel. J. II. M. ell arranged barn aud all other necessary Philippe, tho count direct heir to the and its proprietor is determined that peaches are in demand at $3 a bushel, involved aro too serious to justify the shall be maintained. throno of Franco, If Franco had had any Harper's Weekly, in commenting up- cash. Stimulated by the success of the Terms. The personalty will be sold on a credit people, ot Kentucky in any Congressionuntil January 1, 1891, tor all sums over $10, the throne, camo to America in 1851 nnd on the summary proceedings of the past season, everybody will go with into the purchaser giving note in the approved security, neal district in being represented by a reHe has recently added to its appointments National Hank of on tho staff of McClellan till House of Representatives in tho last fruit business now, and in u ghort time, gotiable and pavablesum. cash must be paid. your served under that publican. Tho enemy rely upon reasons called them homo. 1 he farm will be sold for election cases, declares that it "is not a if the Kast produces her usual quota, cash; the lethargy, growing out of the overwhelmbalanciun 6and u mouths, in eiiual installments, in his memoirs am bcarcly mere figure of speech to say that, under certain deciduous fruits bear 6 per date won't be wortli to 1'ossession cent, fromsoon as ing majority in tlio August election, and prnihc given as terms of sale are AFirst-Clas- s highly enough, so bravo and tlio rules as administered by the Speak- gathering. Last year, them in Pasadena, lots complied with. Livory L. F SHAKI'K. your committee appeals to you to go to rrmrtnniw tlinv .. iml. er, tlio House is ceasing to be a delibertu trjillimr 11. T. Uush, Auctioneer of apricots and peaches went to waste for To accommodate the demands of bis increased work in eames . Organize clubs in ov- -, fahwl uml ftt tho Hmo 3Q th h. transient patronage. IJest Turnouts furnished ery voting precinct in the State; einbrat o ,y lntcHcctua, nllll willo aWttku. Aftor ative body. The majority, of course, the want of a market, and it was no Commercial 1 ravelers and others. must rule, but no sensible man will de- doubt tho case in other places. in these all resident democrats, no mat- - tho WJf th(J COUJlt wnJt0 a IUstoiy of onr n I know of no city where one an live ter to what organization they may be- civil war, ono of tho best, iwrhaps the ny that majority under skilful leaderOF A ship, may bo as absolutely and reckless- as cheaply as in Los Angeles. Large, long; poll your precinct vote and send it most impartial, that has yet appeared. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and tyrannical and unjust as ono man and airy and nicely furnished rooms and Vahia'olo Lincoln County Farm. to this committee; see your neighbors It is particularly valuable as a military ly others not to trespass on our lands without perit is impossible to read tho story of tho splendid board can be had at $o to So mission, as all such will be prose.utcd to the fullwho aro insensible of their danger and history. Adair Circuit extent of the proceedings on tho IXld of September per week. The uniform price for meals H C. Daker, Admr with theCourt.annexed of V. est W. GAINES. law. Signed: will II. send from Kentucky an unbroken demoJ. I). McKINVHY This is tho man who is visiting us without acknowledging that they wero V. Williams, deed., l'ltf., s. John W. Villiams, Mrs SAMFORD IRWIN, at restaurants is J.j cents, and to show-ho"JOHN G. LYNN Ac , Defts. NotUe cratic representation ! You havo but o now. Ho will seo gigantic strides of Mrs ALICE TUCKER. 11ALLOU . an outrage upon parliamentary governwell they feed I give below a spread Hy virtue of a decree in the aboved styled casn, T1IOS. C HALL. W. A timo for work and tho 4th of Novem- progress that will astonish him, for the rendered at the September term, 18'jo, of the M.C RKYNOLUS. I S l'HILLll" ment." for instance. for dinner Ad.ur Circuit Court, I will, as Special Commis- J. L. DECK, This is at the ber should seo every loverof his country United States lias been revolutionized Mrs. AI ICE J. BAUGHMAX. sioner of said Court, ou It is said that the president has de- nicest and best place in the city, howut tho polls voting for democracy. industrially siuco 1801. Wherever the prince and his suito go let them receive cided not to call tho extra session of ever, and is conducted entirely by ladies Thursday, Nov. 13th, 1890, DEATHS1' DOINGS. ishome-likand scrupu- Cu the premises, sell to the highest bidder at pub u welcome as royal as if royalty ithelf Congress talked about, to pass tho Force and everything lously clean. The victuals are tho best lic auction, on a credit of of n, n and tS months, 19 months old daughter bestowed it on them. It is not the fault bill. I'essie, tho equal installments, a certain Tract ot Land known Amos J. Cuminings, n Congressman ami served in elegant decorated china, as the W'm P Williams farm, lying in Lincoln of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reynolds, died of the Count of Paris that ho is heir to a with other fine table ware and spotless Co., out he Vaterslf Hanging Fork, andimmfdi-atelWednesday of inllammation of tho bow- defunct monarchy and has to try to live from New York, told a Transcript reporon the pike leading Irom Danville to Hustonville, ikf miles tip to his blue china. Ho la a good fel- ter while attending tho Lexington trots, table linens, lollowing is what they the same about deeded by from P. Williams being els. land to W give for "two bits 23 cents a quarter of II Hudson by deed datedVm. August jo, l88s, and tliis week, that John G. Carlisle would Tho news of tho death of Mr. Ed S. low in spito of that. the I.inLoln County Court Clerk's recorded in It is a little odd, by tho way, that bo nominated for tho presidency in 1S0J a dollar." Soup; boiled fhh, egg sauce; office, to which reference is made for a full de Hood will Biirpriso many people, as ho roast beef; mutton chops; lamb's tongue, scription, containing 258 Acres 2 Roods and 34 picture of health. For Franco under tho monarchy has been al- and that his tariff speech would do it. was always tho Poles. Said laud will be offered in two or more ways frteudly to this Union. Tho The secretary of tho treasury has de- caper sauce; baked pork aud beans; vege- tracts and then all together, and the bid or bids some time ho has been living nt & will be accepted of today would bo much more cided to change the existing practice in tables; coil'ee, tea, milk; bread, butter; largest amount of and reported which realize the medicine, and of lute, wo money. pickles; baked apple cobbler; ice cream and upon the same HUSTONVILLE, KY. same At understand, ho had turned his attention friendly if sho liked our tariff better. marking tho examination of applicants and cake; fruits. Where in tho Kast can terms thewill selltime and place ot Land containing the Tract Tiie only period when Franco was de- under tho civil service law, so that sol- suchn meal, similarly served, be had for about 40 Acres, more or less, conveyed to to roligious mutters nnd had become a Are still in the bustness and '"dy to do uv. Williams by A vr. itarpernnu wue ;r deed SVi thing in the Undertaking line, wi-'ha. fall good exhorter. Ho was taken sick aud cidedly hostilo to us was undor tho snide diers and sailors shall bo preferred over less than double the above price? Ian. 1. 1667. and recorded in said Ijee, lying in stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds T. R. W. said count von the waters of Harris Fork. of every description. Our hearshich It Bearlv This will bo accomapplicants. to tho homo of Dr. Huun, empire of Louis Napoleon. other was brought llonds required of the purchasers with good se- new can be obtained on short, Metis. Mr, I. B whoso daughter ho married, TuesJay, Georgia has 300 lifetime prisoners iu curities, bearing; interest from a date of sale and Green has charire of eur biuisMa ami will it..'. Bees stung four horses to death nt plished by adding 5 per cent, to the per having the force and effect of judgment. our goods to any one aeedtec anything, is our tho penitentiary. centage made by soldiers aud sailors. Mayfleld, Micu., a few days ago. where he died iu a few hours. II. C. UAKER, Special Com'r. Ine, th.-ir Monday was nunrtorly court. .IihIku Jcrtr Ilarnnger made lovo to John llotiiiiHon had cjuitu n lurgo ducket on Mcltary'H wife, at Lexington, X. C, and got killed for it by the irate husband. hninl. Mr. Hen A. Moyer, of Sagertown, Iluv. Ik'nl(, ofXicliolnwHIu, is conducting 11 pvrivfl of inut'tiiiK'j nt tiic lkip-tis- t Pa., and Miss lthodu Dyohouse, of Pioaoharaville, woic married at Rowland cliurch tliirt week. Mr. James I. White has pold Severn Change of Base. Something absut Los Angeles, LOS AN(,Kt,i:s, CaLIK. Oct. S, 1S00. ' """J I)lM It 1MKKIOK. Tl... .... ..!-.- :.. Of -, POSTED. "'! ''"i Y 1 I First-Clas- s Farm For Sale. Huston-villeaI nd j FOR RENT. (t 6-- tr conrt-lioiih- o ,,,,.. ? ; "Mo-Cren- ry tl For Salo Twenty Xols 6i-- I 0111 ,.. P.t-ci- He A-- Ijui-caste- r 1 Mid-d'eKlio- well-know- n &" j j I e ad I Farm For Sals. " . 1 FARM FOR SALS. Huston-villeSO-- tf 4 con-huiiuh- I. court-hous- al,dkl j d, olll.-iatin- ,"4." - I furni-tlltc- sm Farm For Salo. FOR S&XJG t Drivnt.-U-.- . s. More-roo- 1 coo V tf 1 & S7-i- J;y. MU - Public Sale of Stock. "'" EEOTJSS FOH KENT htoro-rooi- n, 11 - e uiun, blue-gras- y J s south-wester- n 63-- td -- Lincoln Circuit Court. - Land and Personalty. iipdV- well-know- n """' Cali-fornia- 1 111 1 Iluck-hoar- d g threo-hundredt- THE MYERSHOUSE 1 1 io-litic- al litis-tonvill- Mo-Clell- one-thir- d Pool and BillinrdJParlors (ii-t- Stable Commissioner's Sale POSTED. lit-tl- I y Middles-borthViK-'ticin- g J. T. SUTTON" CO., ." 1 I a W- - 6j-t- 3 oa-- u 42 -:?- V n.. .i-- Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Sala, wo have before us Stanford, Ky., date May G, lS3o, and is McKary's wife and when challenged to form. It OctouckIT, 1890 14x21 J in bears Tho salutatory begins fight a duel to settle the afiair ho readily size. with "James (iordon Bennett fc Co. commence the publication of the Morning Herald at $:i a year," and then follows n modest statement of what the public might expect of it. Among the few editorial is tho following: "Tho president's heal this like tho weather, bad He is seldom seen and good on horseback, as formerly. Ho will go to Tennessee next month." Of course "Old Hickory" is meant. Another says that "John C. Calhoun, Henry Clay and Daniel Webster have gone to their homes to recuperate and prepare their minds and bodies for next year. The other Senators may move about ami noouesay, 'Who goes there'." " That's not tho way it is now. Thecommouest kind of a senator can get his movements heralded in big headlines and his doings emblazoned in columns of servile thutery. to-da- Xear Lexington, S. C, John MclJary Through the courtesy of Mrs. W. G. the first copy of shot and killed Oscar Barrengcr in a the New York Herald issued in a daily duel, llarrenger had been intimate with HIGH ARF MAKE Wi th- t'O DIFFERENCE i l i i H4 H r a LA accepted. While Mrs. Kobert Cole, of Louis-- - TI eville, a poverty stricken wife, was watch. ing her dying husband, who had commit, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ted suicide, she received a telegram from New York stating that sho had fallen For Congress, heir to $20,000. President Palmer, of the World's Fair, has declined to accept tho 512,000 t $ yearly salary voted him and says that ho to Us il disThe Funneis' Alliance in the -merely wishes his expenses paid. There We trict, permitting itself to be mnnipulntod are very few men like Mr. Palmer in this by the republicans, has put up one country of ours. Bourlnnd for Congress and matters look The court of appeals has affirmed a little squally for Kllis. lkmrland procircuit court the decision of tho Nel.-o- u fesses to bo a democrat, but the true sentencinc Tom Mitchell to the penitenblue of the district should snow him untiary for life. Mitchell and Ardell killed Goods, Shoe, der by such a majority as will teach vicina neddler for his money and a mob We by him and his Alliance a lesson. Mr. Ellis for it. hung the latter has made a good representative and hrs A protective tariff averaging fiO per measworked and voted for most of the cent ought to produce $100,000,000 for ures that the Alliance advocates. Of the republican campaign fund in 1SJJ2, course he is opposed to the reckless It is with deep regret that we chrorH if those who will make enormous forscheme as all sensible men are. icle tho death of Joseph Smith Moore, tunes bv it this vear have some of the Should it ever become a law, and there the clever and capable local of the DanII c to fat fried out of them. to is little chance that it will, it would not ville Advocate. Consumption, which A man named John Pierce, near We a few has long preyed upon his "vitals, claimed (foods ev-ac-tly benefit Keutuckians, except in Hast Hickman, Jessamine county, uncounties, since the bill provides that at him Wednesday afternoon and cut him mercifully whipped his wife Tuesday JV IjY T. least S500.000 worth of produce shall down in the prime of life. He was a would-b- e of com- night while drunk, and Wednesday was have been sold in tho county for the tuo graduate of Centre College and a writer Cap? and given ' " "v" "'""-"- '" visited by some White ncv .""" icw years previous to its adoption to entitle of more than ordinary ability. Warm be do o0 lashes besides a coat of tar and feathwe do it to the provisions. There are precious hearted and impulsive by nature, he had ers. c en few counties that sell so much, certainly many friends, who will mourn to know "'7 ' A The McKinley bill puts a terrible none in this district, except perhaps that he is no more. tariff of about 150 por cent, upon hosiery tVc. Madison and we doubt if she does. bill, pasod at Mil. V.nm.E has declined tho nomi and the to goods ice prevents the only hosthe of' If the republicans had prepared the nation for Congress tendered him'bv the iery sumo session, of the world from people who but manufacturers Guaranwith the sole democrats in the 11th and yesterday the present tariff schedule a, coming over hero to encage in business. view of discriminating against the poor chairmen of as many of the county comor pay So our girls must go people, they could not have done more. mittees as could, met at Junction City goods so give For instance, the duty on genuine seal to nominate some one else. Tho place is four prices. we of the Justice Samuel F. Miller, skin sacques is reduced o3 per cent, that outside of the district, but the most cento a, on Set. is increased 120. tral and easiest of access. The second United States Supreme Court, died at on the imitation article Main Street, Stanford, Ky, Washington Monday night. Since FriM. Silk velvet is allowed to remain as before nomination had not been made when lie day he had been entirely pflrolyaexl and while cotton velvet is advanced 100 per. went to press. it is remarkable that he hung on to life cent.; silk linings no advance, cotton Dr. MeDonigal was given II years By his death the A Texas negro woman doesn't want as long as he did. linings increased L'So per cent, and so for producing an abortion on Annie to he confounded with the poor white country loses one of the brainiest men on. The average increase of the McKin-le- y Goodwin a New York. trash. A local paper spoke ot her as a ami bust jurists of the ago. GO per cent, and in every case bill is Tho Wrampelineier Furniture homo woman, whereupon she brought conductor of a Pullman Palace lc it is laid more heavily on tho necessities white damages in Louisville has been leased audit! to a very considerable car on the Missouri Pacific attempted to suit for of life. If the people in general could thentre Is to l erected at one. As get into the berth with a pretty widow, be made to understand fully the real ef- amount. the city is known as m theatrical gravebut was foiled by her svnwuis. The pass-- yard, it would seem that she h3 places fect of the fat frying bill, they would jiso NEWS CONDENSED. ' l the largest and ongers came to her rescuo and pitched f tiitiiiciimatlr wit tirtatl t. up as one man at tho polls and wipe the S. II. Dees has been appointed post- tho fellow off headforemost in the darkrepublican! party from the earth. It b likely that the Cincinnati que- -' MOST COMPLETE STOCK master at Kensee, Whitley county. ness, but he was afterwards found, not Hon will bo settled in tho Ohio WihIh- Now York City lias ,30 saloons, much the worse for his experience, George W. Long, longing to get a turobyabill to amend the taw unGon. W. W. Belknap, who was Sec- -, suc- for which she gets $1,442,770 in license chance at the official patronage, has der which tho Board of Public Im- retary of war during President Grant's ceeded in getting his party to nominate fees. Newark, X. J., under the ballot re- administration, was lounu mntu in nsi provoment was created, so as to give the him for Congress in the 4th. Of course form ford at prices law, wont democratic by a large apartments at Washington Monday governor ower of removal. he is not running to bo elected; no re- majority. as low as the lowest. morning. He had long been a victim of publican can be elected in that demoTile Western City MoitKe. The profits of tho Western Union gout and rheumatism of the heart, and Remember that I have one of the best wntch-mnker- s in the State, cratic stronghold. The same convention Telegraph Co., for The vetni city lift a evolved a dig. the past year, were his death, which occurred some time ofwho can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to that nominated him took the pitiful tinct archit.'ctural tyjw of iu own in $7,312,724. during Sunday night, resulted from infice of district committeeman from John Bowling Green shows an increase of flammation of the inner liningof that or- the judgment of John W. Root, who send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old W. Lewis, one of tho beet men of his par- population of o'2.S') per cent., tho total contribute an intwestitiEr. ilhmmted ar- gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicgan. ty, who has done more for it than a doz- now being 7,790. ticle on this subject to Scribuer. (n tho J. W. Sawyer, the prohibition lend-o- f west is room to breathe. There is free- ited and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. en others who have received greater reJ. W. Headley has very sensibly reLouisville, now languishes in jail. He dom from constraint ;ml the conwards. The convention was manned tired from the race for Congress in the wanted to take the insolvent debtor's ventions which xtill bind the eastern and run by Scott's Louisville district. oath in a damage suit for Sl.oOO, which cities more or lesa to KurojK!. Jack McAulifi'e, the prize fighter, is had been gained by Dr. F. G. Bamett -In the went, however, the rich man Gov. McCncAKY virtually has no op- in jail in New York charged with the against himself and the Southern Jour has built according to his own fancy. position for Congress, but that should murder of his wife. nal Co., but the attorney for the plain In tho level prairie cities there is room not prevent the democrats of the district The census of New York city, taken tir objected to the insolvency debtor's for everything. Couequently the streets from turning out in full force and giving by the police, gives it 107,214 over that oath under the law which requires that are magnificently is one of the wide. House, those him a rousing vote. He taken by the government. Ktf&3 the oath shall not be taken until ton of the richest citizens, have large front hardest workers in Congress and has Republicans of Virginia will place days after the schedule is filed. The ofyards and stnnd .TO to 300 feot lmck from done a great deal for his constituents and congressional candidates in the 1st, 2d Is Receiving His ficer had not been able to capture Mr. tho street. They aro magnificent in country at large. The old Eighth and 0th districts of that State, only. the Sawyer since the order of arrest was is- structure and all their appointments: may furnish the Speaker of the next In the recent Wyoming election a sued' in satisfaction of the judgment; but, still tho breadth of the uvoim&s, tho Hize House. Let us show then how uuani-mou- s woman was elected superintendent of being in court, Mr. Sawyer; was ordered of the grounds, indeed the architecture the sentiment is for Gov. McCreary schools in every county in the State. to jail to await the expiration of the ten of tho houses themselves, gives a more or Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. at home. The topers of Kansas aro in clover. days before the oath can be taken. less suburban aptiearunee which is very A court there held that as tho keeping of charming and altogether impossible to The Methodist Church deals with its CHURCH AFFAIRS. tho older cities. preachers who dofl' the sacred robes of whisky is contrary to law, to steal it is .GO TO. Then, too, there is rich abundance and their calling to don tho livery of the pol- not a crime. Rev. George W. Duulap and family TheMoerlein Brewing Company, of variety of building material in the west, itician. The Tennessee Conference sus. have returned to Saniuel Inland for the and that gives varied arcliitwtiiml pended Dr. Kelley, who gave up his Cincinnati, has refused So.OOO.OOO in cash winter. for its plant by the English brewchurch to become the prohibition can- offered Rev. T.J. Godbey will preach at I'lfteen yours or so ago the weat had governor, from all ministerial ery syndicate. didate for Saturday evening and Sunday Gen. Reuben Davis died at Hunts- the Queen Anne fever, had it bad. Then functions for six months. A little diswas a cousin of Jeflerson morning next. "JIODEL, monstrosities in the way of mansions cipline in some of the other churches ville, Ala. He Gen. It. M. Gano won 40 additions were built, which signified nothing Davis and took a prominent part in the in would give tho public more respect for to the Salem church, in Scott county, heaven or earth. But that day is tmst, Mexican war. them. during his meeting there. The trial of Will Doolin and George and a truor tnte in architecture is being The American Christian Convention evolved. A PHOTOGiiAHiERat McArthnr.O., per- Cope, for killing Will Watson, who misInd., declared for wiping out suaded a shapely girl to have her picture behaved at a Pulaski church, is in prog- atMarion, Tho New California Telescope. sectarian lines and took strong grounds taken with no more clothing on than ress at Somerset. Tho telescopic lens, which is tho wonfor prohibition. A terrific rain storm in the Upper Mother Eve had before she used the Rev. William Y. Sheppard asks us der of science so far, has been successfig leaves. Then they put the pictures Ohio Valley did great damage to railannounce that he will hold services at fully wist in Franco, and now only reon sale and hot cakes never went faster. roads and farms and drove tho people to the College Chapel this, Friday evening, mains to bo brought to this country to As soon as the authorities caught on from the lowlands to the hills. bo adjusted into its casings by Alvan Tho total population of the State of at 7:30 o'clock. both wore arrested and at their trial this The funeral of Mrs. Gen. Broth, tho Clarko & Sons at Cambridge. week were each given a year in tho peni- Kentucky, according to the recent alThis huge lens is forty inches in dileged census, is l,S.w,43G, an increase of leader of tho Salvation Army, was the ameter, tentiary. much tho largest ever made. of tho kind ever largest demonstration 20(5,740 in ten years, or 12.54 per cent. Tho lens is iu fact double, being comirLondon. Joseph Fulitzek, the energetic and Spooner, Gresham, Manderson, At- known in Broadway Methodist church surpass posed of two ono of crown ghus, tho repressible Jew, who has made the New torney Ganeral Miller, Teller and Phil Are headquarters for other of flint closely fitted together. York World tho most widely read paper lips are mentioned for the Supreme ed every Louisville Metjio list church in Each kind of glass corrects somo objecHard-ware- , in tho United States, and whoso income Court vacancy, with chances in favor of its contribution last year, the total being tionable refracting properties of the a little over $10,000. was over a million dollars last year, has, Miller. other, tho two together giving a truo Rey. Martin Owens writes us to anSenator Morrill has been by the advice of his physicians, withimago. Plows ! Plows ! Plows ! Buy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Ho in Vermont. Ho has already had 30 nounce tiiat he will preach John Sandi-fer'- s drawn entirely from the editorship. Imagination fairly staggers at thought funeral at.Mt. Moriah church, near has gono totally blind and is physically years of consecutive service in Congress of the wonders this great glass will re Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those no and this will raise him to 42. Ho is past Highland, on tho 4th Sunday in this veal wrecked. to tiio patient watchers of tho stars. plow ever had the run SO years of age. that the Oliver has. Every plow warranted to month. It will havo n magnifying power of Sunday-Schoo- l death of Gen. W. W. Belknap, The The Methodist The censuH bureau gives tho total 4.000 nnd 5,000 diamoters. Al- do good work, or no sain Ask your neighbor. which occurred so suddenly at Washing- population of Illinois at :J,SlS,o3G, an inthe Danville district will con- ready tho largest lens in tho world is in sold a post crease of 740,005; Louisiana 1,110,S28, ton, recalls the fact that he Methodist church Tuesday an vene at tho tradership while a member of Grant's increase of 170.8S2; Mississippi, 1,2S4,SS7, and continue till the following Friday. America, that of tho Lick telescope, with an opening of thirty inches. On cabinet and was only saved from im- an increaso of 153,200. Rev. E. H. Pearce, of Danville, is first the completion of tho ono now in progI would my peachment by a majority of the Senate During President Harrison's tour of on the programme and will deliver tho ress, tho Uuited States will possess tho cuttnmert repectfuMy luff nil workolJ Irtentlt and that am auain at at my to believe that his resignation S days, he traveled 3,000 miles and made openitig address. anil x mi Id be pleated tortcciveany work in Tie Mncln National Hank of Stanford. Ky it professing two largest telescopes in tho world, aud ine way 01 e!. nK in, it. aiT. ri All prevented such action. 4) speeches. Of course tho country Hargravo seems determined both of them will bo iu California, tho having cfarm. ai!a.n.t .aid noteholder, ad other, Bishop Auoclation are notillfd to present the note, and claim. hby through which he traveled will hereaf- to discipline Preacher Kell y, of Tenn. land of big trees and fast horses. Tho Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repair the Aitociation for payment The jail seems to be a very good placo ter bo black with republicanism. ing. essee, for deserting his church for poli- telescopo now being completed will bo J II owsi.f.v, Cashier. cranks for such In response to a petition of the col- tics, but a resolution was adopted by tho able to traco stars of the seventeenth Alto repairing Sswinz Machine, Onn, I'litol, Loiki, &c. All as tho editor of tho Southern Journal, ored people tho police judge of Rich- conference appealing the question to the magnitudo. Wo may find with its aid OMI- to run his paper solely for who seems mond let out all colored prisoners not College of Bishops and a written protest at last whether Mars is really inhnbited, Work Neatly and Promptly Dono gentlemen who do not prescribo confined for felonies to Aud Warranted by of tho members. and wo shall undoubtedly bo ablo to WEHTHERFORD HOTEL. witness the signed by over .to hiB erratic views. THOMAS RICHARDS, Stanford, Ky. emancipation celebration parade. Apostolic Guide has leased the make wonderful discoveries on tho moon, Tho Hl'STONVILLE, KV.. Itoom Tho Courier-Journa- l states authenti- largo buildingopposito the Peudenuis which will bo brought to, our doors, so ncKt doorup italn.Odd Fellows' buildins:, entrance to WnAT's the matter with Elizabeth-towP. W.; GREEN, - . Proprietor. as a printing of- to speak. Bro. Sommere? It is ono of the cally that tho democracy of Indiana will Club, and will equip it of the most comcarry the State and tho Legislature if it fice. This will bo ono And tho great now telescopo will stand I few towns In the country which shows a Tho . . .u Havinc lrn(l nv, .k.. i She haa 267 less population will go to the polls and vote in Novem- plete publishing houses jn the South. till somobody builds a greater. decrease. re- I have removed ray office to my reiidence, oppo Gray has no doubt of the The Apostolic Guide is rapidly growing only limit to them is the limit to the ub- 1680. Can it be that prohibition ber. Female College, where I will be found at all T lite than in ' in popularity. HUGH KEID. .wiiuic UWMl timet. result. power and skill of man. 94 Livery and Sample'Room. attachedla baa done it? W. F. WALTON. JAMES b. Mccreary. y 3LOUISYIXX.E THE x STORE, ' While competitors are busy anticipating the advance and marl in up their goods, the Louisville Store is rushed utmost capacity sellinrfncw goods at old' time prices. enjoy the reputation of being MOST POPULAR Dry, Clothing, Bool and Carpet house in Stanford and. ity. have gained this having the best class of goods, selling them the lowest prices and strictly observing at hub-treasu- In all our dealings. Labor-Contra- ' bare-legge- d stand ready at all limes rectify mistakes and make good any unsatisfactory transactions. guarantee all s as represented. YOU'RE OT j Thetown is full imitators and " r ncu ifici- uny guuu. "" .' cr will in it, because tliey not buy in such large quantities jas scores at Louisville, caic ' Winchester, Pans, Carlisle. "A'VfV Cynlluana, Slouch port, Elizabeth, Stan With such facilities for buying goods cheaper than these small ford, dealers, arc enabled, sell the best at lower prices than, many them pay (or theirs, and that's how from us are teed saving of Jo per cent, of the money they would spend in bulinr; the same qualities elsewhere. And not alone you buy these cheap also will a ticket with every dollar's worth of goods, entitling you the handsome Plush Parlor chance SALINGER, .Haunter. THE GOLDEN RULE "" i Tho Old Reliable Jeweler - in the Lead. ! '50,-0- j 1 ' j A' .VOJTCI SSIS&SSrsai X' Jewelry M&i$? store-keeper- s. H.6.RUPLEY,-- j im wkmVtijgffibwJfr. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. of-fec-t. AoAoW. 41111 djTTOiCJ Lrc9 GROCERY" For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. HIGGINS JjraNNEY-- " Groceries, Stoves, Salt, 1dm, fto. Con-ference- of n TO TKEJPITBI.XC. 1 rufe-ki- Notice. on fire-eatin- g "" one-ha- lf n, pust-Lllic- c. j8-- tf H E MOV B D Ex-Go- v. Courier-Journa- l. Z&ttXWl -- H.V x ........xBwsr Semi-Week- ly t T Lo!t. A small, red, meniornnduiii to Liverpool and London next month. book. Finder will please return to tills Tlio 700 head will bring Mr. Alexander Set cupa and saucers JWicS.S. Myura. the neat sum of $r0,o00, and are all Durolllce. ham stock. Of it Lancaster letter tells of a do Stankom), Ky., Octoiikk 17, 1890 T.kk your ukh to JooS. Joncb' and get 15 eta. Upjmsito l'ortinan House. structivo tiro which visited tint town CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. mom for oliestnuts op- Tuebday night. IIiuiiiwt The con. con. takes them all in. All BU8.ManaKer posite, tliu price paid House. Jou S. Maa. W. L. Dawson soils the host soap I'ortinau tbe members save the one from Lincoln Jones. in tliu world. You can find it at Mrs. went to the Fall Celebration at Louis MEANS BUSINESS. Flkin's millinery store. ville, ami now the body is preparing to Foil Sam:. Tlircu tdiaros building and . Vw your nccpunta 1 mean you. go to tlio Lexington Trots. The legislaLoan Ahsociatlon stock of the orlinal It. ivnny. Bio drive in men's suits, all wool. $S, have the gall to take but one Watch eh nnil jowolry rujmired niui inane. A. A. Warren. 51), $10 and S1- -, this wuek. J00S. Jones, ture didn't . junket. warranted. A. K. IVniiy. opposite l'ortinan House. lias And Full of the Best Goods on the Market. We are still Sole (Imps patent Yoi-- taxes must bo paid during the The constitutional convention Tut: best place to buy medicint'Hnml toilot iirtidt'H irt tit A. K. month of October. I'nless they are 0 Wm. I'Li'MMint, who was charged witli voted to begin the daily sessions an hour Agents for the Celebrated I'ennv'fl. per cent, will bo added on Nov. 1. ,T. I). robbing Keeker's store at (Jttcnhcim ami earlier than heretofore, in order to give ltuv your Hchool books, ink, tablet", Nowland, ShorilL who forfeited bis bond to appear at the more time to debate. Now if they will paper, pvncilH and nchool Hupplius of all last court, was lodged in jail yesterday. hold the sessions an hour or so later and klnda from A. It. l'oiinv. blanI wim. sell 'JOOpaiiaof 10 by do more work and less debating, tbe blue am! red borders, at f per kets, trial that they Findino after a PERSONAL POINTS." pair. Cash lUrgaiu Store, opposite I'ort- were losing money, the firm of Itaina & State will be better oil'. Also a Large Assortment of " Miss Jiija l)orit..? is visiting friends inau House. Joe S. Jones. I'ottman, butchers, packed up their The Leland Hotel, at Syracuse, N. in LibWOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S Y., burned at an early hour yesterday MEWS, Am. tliu best standard prints, beautiful goods and chattels and returned to Miss I'kaiii. lUusstDit has bad an erty. ') lost and it is believed that more than -dark patterns, you can buy for o cents per of malarial fever, In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard KiiMKHiimt, chinchilla over- their lives. Many perished ih the flames yard. Cash Bargain Store, oppotite MitS. II. IlAfiuiMA.v attendwl tbe by i'ortinau House. Joe S. Jones. Screwed. coats, blue and brown, are helling in the and others jumped to meet death Lexington trots this week. Hig Doubltt Store, opposite the l'ortinan being dashed to pieces on the street beMists 1'i.oiiA Citrus-- of this countyis Whim: oarrying a tub of hot sorghum, House, for ;", si.os JH to 12. Joe S low. The estiinntod loss is ?")(;0,000. will) Miss Annie Huiihi'inn. which he whs makimr, J. W. Adams Jones. Hand-TurneMil. J. C. Fi.oitn.scK lias been at Goodyear Welts, in fact almost everything needed in stumped his foot and fell, bis right hand XKW ADVEKTISKMKXTs. for tlio last few days. Miss An mu W hay's display of millinlanding in the tub, scalding it the Boot and Shoe line. Mits. U. V. Kiucv, of I'inevllle, is with and arif fearfully. He was also cut in tlio head. ery is very line. Yesterday was a bad Mrp. 15. It. Joiich. her mother, day for her opening, but a number of laMic. H. K. Wk.mikn is vlsitini: IiersiE-te', docket, for the fall term of court, dies attended, and many more will likely Tub Mrs. Hardchty, at Dul'ont, Ind. Crop & Farming ImPersonalty, beginning Monday, contains the follow- do so Miss Latka McA.nam.v left yesterday ing: Ivfjuity plements. A C.MNF. J X MEXEFEK. can's V2'2; commonwealth Tin: first frost of tlio season fell Tuesto visit her mother at Knoxvillo, Tenn. 12.1; old ordinary 30; equity appearances will tell t tin htuhct ImliW at iny r mlei .i day night, but while it looked almost Mu. A. tt. I5.8TI.ani has been working MV, of St.tnf. pi 'n miles ordinary appearances II, and divorce liko a small snow it doesn't seem to have the insuninco busiuehs in M error tills cases 7. "bit" anything of consequence. After Tuo3day, Novom'bor 18th, 1S90, week. The following property: JvtMiK M. C. Saitlby is In ICaii iioai) Men. Call and see the fin- two days of bracing weather a cold rain The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. was falling yesterday. watcli lM8 on bis way Itome from his Html sojourn est and cheflpest Fifteen hMci fancv hnrneii, U'l'lle K brood hor.ei, i pair ot work Mule, SASIff, graties 01 over introunrotl nero. in Wyoming. KW YORK CATTI.i:, if Of Middlesboro investors are now forty four hea.l of of aal; day if Hut old DOORS, CEILING, prVes and Mux. J. M. Hail returned movements at Mit. a no ponying up their tlrst annual iNiyments I'iV nice yearling Slecr. ; fat tlvifcr, 8 good s Ktiarniitcotl, 'lit W. II. Mcltobons', The yesterday from an extended rlsit to ISLIXDS, Milk Coi, Cnlvet. a Itulli. i yoke of Oteh, i SHINGLES, SIIHNG, on tiieir lots, instead of drawing out the buprh ol M'e, a mc lot 01 snoaiv in Missouri. Jeweler. pur Timothy thousands that tliey expected. But they Tortyauretofoc Crn, 11 ilacka of Implrinentt; Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. May. nt I'nat. Ktrmini Misa Kii.a Mi Klwai.v, of Franklin, Flame- Surrey Tiir enJvrUininent given Mrs. J. A. all soem to have stilT upper lips and are Out hanilwime ne lid Kitrh.-- andFurnitiitf. i 1'hatto visit Mimes Annie will arrive tn. niH'te kit WOVEN ale FENCE. itic'nlson, Monilny evening, at Miss confident that their time will come bye Terni" Huelinll n on day ofMr, K. H JONKS. ami Mary Alcorn. ,,-Annie Shanks' home, by the Christiau and bye. o Mm. J. M. M1K0HICKTB, Jr., and mmi, We carry a full stock of everything found in a linden vor Socitty, was a very pleasant Kvrrt voter in the comity should I war Mr. C. C. MrltoWrto, went to lAHraupo affair and wiw much appreciated by that in mind (Jov. McCreary's appointment SALE. yoettnlay to vioit Mis. J. It. Mount. lady a well as greatly enjoyed by thooe to (speak on the Oct. iVith and make it a Mil. M. Samnorr left for Chicago ' who attended. volnt to bo here. He will also sKiik at s and specific.. tons before letting your contract Kxaminc our tonhiy in niwwer to a udmnuu mitiiig Ai AK iee of W L. U' h, I will rn Danville county court day, at Lancaster Ihj tlylp. s thought to Mltat hk father hINK 6c MKXKFKH, Stanford, Ky. John H. Cnaiu At njii, with Hrowiiiiig, 16th, 1890, for building. Thursday, Itii Arrit Mopping a few day with hU King Co., New York, and Wnnmnnkor on the JMh.Monday ami at Mt. Vernon At ) o'clock !'. M Oct a a ho'e hi n; nffer brother. It. II. Jonra, at lWmont. Mr. A Brown, Philadelphia, offer to the on the Stock of 11. S. Jones went on to Indian Territory. trade 2.51X1 lines of fashionable foreign FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. MR. (tWIRlil 'WlUTIIKRroRI), of ltll'll- - and American fabrics for men's stuta GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, a&sH sbsss Kbi Sum rj tseeujed made to order. Fine workuuuuhip and tnond, was down thia week and Ono good Jersey milk cow for gale. fti ., now in thr M iroroom on Thirl tired. Dan. Watch Inspector L. & X. R. R., dealer in to be baring a grand time with tbe tnetroiwlitan styles guaranteed. W. 1J. Mcitoborls. K in mr Thrttoik and ill. are open for inspectiona carrful tin !a br.-- of I Klrle. ItearJey Ilros. sold II. W. Haines i tame ,73nT.rrr-- larcftillr ttlccled, it ffeah and 'n, anil Otr sister county of (Jarmnl madu a Co., a lot of dressed shoals at 6) cunts. Crorox It. Wrark.s is condtntitiK the r at a whuh haa ben ucJ I Her ollk-ia- l laid bhovvini: thih rensue. can be rented hy the purchaser. ft county clerk's olfic rery Mlisfftctorily In T. I Ulliinl bought of John Andor-so- rrocerja ttanJ, Thit it (ptonrfid opening f r anr one ilramng to 1&S0 a bunch of the abteticu of ti. Ik Cooper, who la still count rdiown a dacri'MO of S7S uinco cnttlo at 3 ail into butmeaa. 'Icrmtmade known n day of Repairing Xcatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. taleJOHN W. YEKKLS. Alienee, and alio J8 tlio onlv county In this sec- cts. tiite ill. lianviMe, Ky. 6j.t Ivw a dodduil Mn. ami Miia. J. W. Swirrra, who will tion that doon not At tlio Woodward sale 20 head of mc VivUiu. n prcinlijj. Ivilitor Mnrra aliottld whoop be pleasantly rouiemboroil by runny TBKE GAME LAW trotters brought $30,57S, an average of up over tlicro and not htivu a $709. friends here, have moved to 701 West tiling I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) ropctition 10 ywirti hence. Itroadway, A. T. S'unnelley bought of M. H. parsed at the fnr rrrtalii farmt in Linciiln countv II. W. Mnsmiw. William Yorsu. d a lot of cattle at 31 lat I.eeialatnre, which prohlbiu the klllins of Mn. .1. H. llit.ii.h' hotiu'op.itlilc salvo Young and Fllmoru Dew, of Hugo, Kan- - is partridge or uuaila, with cun or dog for is yenr. w roputation and cunts. A BIG cetthiK wiili n.nli o I to for fu h ( f(llc. obtained nn- v.iutnr.1u. . . tnu n.rl.'.i.l ;rni'inj fn vtfcif flii.ir r.!fi12. j uttice of the Peaif. and W. Lee, of on proof J. S. Owsley sold to riiriiiiii.v.. demand for it is so rent that that the and diif?, in th dittrict rfiin live, Mr. Ci. W. Young, at Highland. cattle at 4 upon bounded an follows' llegtinning at the Iriugc over eontloman has koiu into the mannfac- - Hoyle. 05 head the town branch at Staniord on the Stanford and Mkssiw. J. K. Han K, I. M. ltrtice, S. T. tury of it in a wIioIvmiIu way. He has cents. Somerset pike , theme with said road, including Harris, M. S. Uaughman, John It. Karris, just put Jos. A. Cohen bought in Nelson the entire farmt of S. II. Ilawhrnli and Mn. iii "00 Ipottnd Iroxt-t)- , and it is Just received. the toll Kate, thence with Henry llaucliroan (.J. A. lackey, Sr., Adam 1'oncw and Hub pounds, tnc Mnon Oap r.dto to the lUUt Well road, The milvo is as county 200 steers, 1,050 to L'oiuu like hot cakt'M. Kngleman nttemleil the Lexington trots purely vegetable as a halve could bo and at 3 cents, to bo slopped. thence vith sad road to the llalNCip pike at the Macca-ron- i, church, thonceith the "Wid road to the (Jtlenheim yesterday. Hal sired three fast ones in ro.d, Ihenie with id road tn (Ittenheim, thence Brown cli'ectod omo rumarkablo euros. lias c9:u Stanford pike, to Shelton with the Dttuliheun Mit. Thomas M.0wm.ky has our thanks Brown Hal 2:12$, Littlo Brown Jug Coleman't, theiue a and Mraicht line to Jasper K. Abraham a on Crab Uj Wm thence for a copy of the Cumberland Kgle, A vbiiy small handful libtunud to Hon. 2:lli, Hal Pointer l:01f. Orchard pike, thonte with said pike, inclmline the French Peas. CyA beautiful line of Plain and Fancy Candies; Glassnewsy little monthly just started by the The great Dr. Sparks, hitherto un entire (u f S Owsley, to tbe old tonc houc J. C. (.tilliam, tliu prohibition candidate ware in new designs; Queensware and Tinware. to I.ojan'j Creek and with students of Cumberland University, at for CoiiKruhS, expound his beaten, trotted second at Lexington. at Hew and,t thence the town branch entities iuto wheto said creek Call and see me. No charge for showing goods. branch to the beginning Lebanon, Tenn. Monday nibt Vallissa drove him to breaks and won in tame, thence with aid C. M. JONES KOr!(l at the Mit. ltoiiKitT McAi.nnsit, accompanied LMI). I. S. OXVIKV Sr . Not even thu old stambbys wore there, 5. II. HAt'OHMAX, by bis mother, Mrs.M. It. McAlistor, of which docs not Hpeax well for that genG.T. McHoborts sold to A. B. Flora, And others. 6j Hot Springs, Danville, left Tuesday for tleman's chances, nor for the "Kreat" a lot of corn in the Hold at ?J and to T. Tin Ark. After a few weeks' stay thorn they cnusu. Cnn it bo that thero is npathy in M. Goodknight a gelding for will visit Mr. John McAlister, at Kimis, dolled its SIL'5. the jMtrty which has not yet Co. Texas. John Johnson, of Boyle, bought of swaddling clot lies? Mn. John I'ktty, of Missouri, was hero cattle W. I). Snow a lot of OF STANFORD. KY., Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass.Wall with his brother Joe Petty, of Umcastor, Ai.Tiioriiii Hoyle county voted npiinst at 3 cts. Is now fully organucd and ready tor business with kinsfolk. Ho has McensiiiK the saio of liijuors, sho will to see bis numerous Win.Htio sold to different parties Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, at Junction City for during the past week several saddlers Paid up Capital of prospered very much In his adopted have $200,000. Jewelry and Silverware. State and seems to enjoy life as much as some time yet. Mr. A. Tribblo's is the ami road horses at $300 to $1550. Dan13,500. Surplus, . the next one. lirst license to expire, January 1, Mr. ville Advocate. Mif. J. A. IticiiAiinsoN and son Lester Ituttell's antlU. . Ball's expiie some Cattle are easy in Cincinnati at pricto TUB LINCOLN NATIONAL left Wednesday for Attalla, Ala., to make time in the spring, while Dan McCullum es ranging all the way from 1J to 4 cts.; SUCCFSOlt 11ANK OK STANFORD, Railroad Tho their future home, Mr. Uichnrdson hav- holds on until August 1. Tlio lattor is best hogs nro 4.40; shuop are steady at 2 (New closinj up) wilh the same assets and under "3 ing located there a month or more ago. j;ot n gold mine and will be able to retire to 5J; lambs I to 0. the tamu management, o if 73 lly ptovitiont of itt chailcr, Uepotitorsare a Miss Lucy Hatcher accompanied them with a handsome fortune. LexS. II. Baiighinan bought at the in fully protected as ate depositnrj in .National ? and will live with them. Hanks, its thareholdeis being held Indniduallv stock s days no Mr. J. It. I'axton Bent ington sales n tine trotting stallion colt liable to the extent ol the amount of their to the O VI Is its report of the H.irbourvillo con- n A for $700. J. K. Baughman bought three therein at the par value thereol, in additicn Q. O -3 .2 0 Marcum, a merchant of postal to 0. II. imnmit mvetted in suth shares. It may act as Democrat says c n z .2 vention the I'inevllle $400 for the highest. : executor administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as 0 ?, West End, stating tiiat tlio Standard at O, that the speech of Harvey Helm, lCsq., tlio W. B. Kidd bought for Lehman & an individual entrutted their buitinen to us Oil Co. had placed in his hands au acTo thoe seconding tliu nomination of Judge 100 of while mnagiiiK the Lincoln National Hank ol rt "u for collection. Instead Bro., of S. D. Goir, 205 cattle; heie tender our manv thank and Metcalf for Congress, was a master- count against him j8BBSSSSSs1IbK4C to bo corn Stanford, we we continue to transact their business them, and an extra lot, are "iT JyBBVVBlV they will O trut of remitting tho amount Mr. .Marcum has guarantee for s - to ' JasssssBflBBsllHainSflM piece of oratory, which was highly comfed until Nov. 25th at 4j cents, and the with us ufferini; as atwenty years prompt atten-in c asssBassssssssssPiffiatWNMs experience his postal has informed Mr. l'nxton that tion to same, our plimented on all sides. and at liberal accommodations as are and that bo remainder are to be taken this month at bankingwith tound banking. fa , "i O c. 3 g Mas. Fktkii Stiiaui received been sent to "L'nclo Sam" in Mu. and 41c They will weigh about 1,000 lbs. vi hectors: may expect to bo called beforo the l S. S ? I? " a dispatch Wednesday from Mr. W. W. week 375 Mt. Vernon; CU J J. Williams Staniord; violating the postal rules in a John A. Judy shipped this ' d M Hail Johnson, at Hrcntwood, Tenn., stating Court for P weighed about J. "Z 5 'o was neither vio- cattle for export that BLssssssBLrit' J. S. Owsley, Manford; that his wife, who was a Miss Straub, short while. As there D lbs., and that were bought at about S J. F.mbry, Stanford 5 O card language on the o . J. E. Ljan. Stanford; V O was in a dying condition. The cause of lent nor indecent & Bro., bought of A.W Carpemtr, .Nfllledgeville; 3 3 attorney Is not letting 4J cents. Lehman K. Uaughman, Huttonville; illness is blood poison. Mrs. our clever county the serious a J. Iko and Prewitt Van .Meter 210 cattle, F. Cash, Stanford; tlio matter couso him to loose much J. Strnub left immediately for her daughWilliam Gooch, Stanford, Ky. weight 1,000 pounds at 4 jc WinchesJ. S. WELLS, Ph. O. Proso. Oik. 1 uleep. B.H. DANKS, Jowoler, S. II. Shanks, President. ter's bedside. ter Democrat. J. II. Owsley, Cnhier. M. II. Haggard delivered to Kd. P. The census returns from. tho Oth KenCITY AND VICINITY. SIAVFORD, Ky M nSt e t,' pp District, which in- Halley, last week, 17 mule colts at from tucky Supervisor's S. S. Myers. Lincoln and l'."i other counties, $75 to $S5, and to John C. Payne 10 nt fiO cts. a do.. cludes Goiilkts people, an in- about the samo price. He also sold to show u total of LUV-'Zof salt just received at FitKsu crease of t:l,5")S as compared with ten Horace Grover IS yearling cattle of about Mark Hardin's. years ago. lloyle has '2,)2Q, an increase 720 pounds weight at 3 cents. Mr. Sum Casey 11,S.'17, increase 2,'2Q, Gar Brooks made tho following purchases: FitKsu Fish Thursday and Saturday of rard ll.l'.'d, a decrease of 57.S; Laurel UJ, From Polk Bond 3S head of at M. F. Klkin & Co.'s. - 7:tf, increase f.000; Lincoln lo.Vii, m- - cattle, feeders, averaging nbout 1,200 pounds, at $3.40 per cwt.; 20 head of HuiiiKsr cash price paid for hides and crease SI'i; Madison) '2 1.IUW, increase . " e yearling cattle from James Brooks at furs. M. F. Klkin & Co. Pulaski 2o,712, increase l.i'JJ; cotton U.Slfl, increase MU; Wayne H.',S33, $3.25 per cwt.; ono tiniothyseed at WigNew Whitley 17,5!H!, increase mule from II. 1). Lyou at $70. Georgeincrease :K1; gins & McKinnoy'fl. m.VVNVai3BBLtWatMasWasassslsssstasssssattsaa 5,573; Cumborland and Clinton decreas- town Times. C. Alexander, a banker of Paris, sold Tho only is putting on t'ho airs of a ed 9'i and 191 respectively. lliciiMO.vi) and 700 head for boom town and will have a salo of real towns reported nro IMchiuond and Dan- Mr. Goldsmith, of New York. averaging 1,900 pounds, nt 5 ville, tho former showing a population of of cattle, estnto Oct. 22d. Caatorla, cures Colic, Constipation, mm "Castorl Ls so well adapted to children that Sour Stomach, DuuTtiaa. Eructation, 4,337, an increase of 1,8.18; tho latter 3,705, cents a pound. They wero purchased I recommend Una stipcriorto any prescription desirable cottago on Kllla Worms, gives hluep, ami tirouiotca dl- Foil Sale. Tho an increase of 001. So far as this county by Mr. Goldsmith's agent, Moses Kabn, in which wo now reside. is concerned we are contldent t hat tho for the English and French markets, and Main street Ill So. Oxford St., BrooUyn, V. Y. I Without injurious medication. Liccio 0. Beuzley. figures are grossly Wrong. Our increase ure the llnest lot of cattle ever raised in Tub Ckxtauk Comtant, 7! MuiTay Street, if. Y. r Having removed my Harber Shop to the Com kid but- hog beon moro than double what is giv- Kentucky. They wero fed by loyd mcrcial Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodute la. Another lot of those famous die as well at gentlemen in anything they iav of Sparks, on Mr. Alexander's 3,000-acrton Bhoea for ladies, sizes 3 to 7, just re- en. We have had the census Stanford in my line, Children also waited on. Call ofjlcial fig- bluegrass farm, midway between Paris wish JESSE THOMPSON, on me. ceived, only 1 per pair. Opposite Port-ma-n taken, but prefer to get the InCoraraerciai Hctel. and Lexington. They will be Bhipped ures before divulging tbe number. Houbo. J. S. Jones. Interior Journr. ItAiuiNs and ll:8 at S. S. Myers'., "BOOTS & SHOES Our b.o.walton, Stoek is Now Complete n J 1 s Buell Waterproof Boots, at-ta- SHOES, all-wo- , HAND SEW22D A MACHINE SEWED, d, Mid-dlubbo- r, PVIILIC SALE it STAGG & McROBERTS. to-dn- 1 2 Stanford Lumber Yard, FLOORING, 1 gold-fille- d .n 11 rock-botto- m LIMBER, LATH, rein-tlvc- 5 I - to-U- ay il Manufacturers of W1BE&SLAT ASSIGNEE'S FIRST CLilSS LUMBER Y8LBD. clc-in- ROBER T F! Z ht- -- I. m ti urn uttts ILOCKS AHO iEWELRY. l,400-iHuu- - Mc-Mull- en . i m 1,350-poun- itle-sprui- - .1 li-- LINE OF thot-(wuc- 1,500-pou- CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS l.'-'O- O Fresh California' Prunes, Raisins, Figs,. Vermaeella, Tail Soup, I anti-whisk- y court-hous- e MARK HAHDXBT. -- Farmers Bank&Trnts DRUOSand JEWELRY ECAMPjDJEIN Best -- l.'.'OO-potin- d uar-root- WATOM9 Watch. a I - C-"- o r p -- 7 eg - ? cor.-sist- I $ 1,-0- j I e u 'JeHBBSSSSSSSSSSSV J "W. B. MoBOEBBTS, fourt-Housr, m U kfPi 'M car-loa- d D'-'O; 1; Hock-castl- home-grow- n m Infants Children. e if" " .' ty J tf r.5--r- v ",- - , v rft v ' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal AT Published Every Tuoadny and Friday S2 .PiSK. YKAK.IN ADVANCJS so paul aWWhen not S2.50 will be charged.-- ". K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. " returning Train '.eaves Itow.and at 7 t 5 3 P- - m L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 11 Mail train going North souui Express train " South North Local Freight North jo am 1 16pm 1159pm . ..6 30 a m 37" South. TS.I,i.Firiin also carrv passengers The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about so minutes taster fROYALMWrt 1 POWDER Absolutely Puro Urtcr haki. g p wder Highest of Re- all in leavening strength -- l. . Government port. Aug. 17, t83o A cream of RICHARD C. WARREN t of Democratic Ia Candidate tofortheAudit of the the Slate ofparty. will 1)1 Office A. JfU.M.My on Mam street, oser SURGEOy DENTIST. . IJ. McRobert.' rTcTmorgan, DENTIST. Stanford. d. d. s. Tliu Team Steer. One of the most entertaining as well as instructive papers in the magazines of thoginonth is that on "Tho Humors of tho Texas Stoer," in Bolforil, by James Steele, of Topeka. It will Biieil new light on a subject of which tho American public generally tloes not know half as much as it thinks it does. The wild cattle of Texas are descended undoubtedly from tho bull fighting stock brought over by tho Spaniards on tho conquest of Mexico." Tims there aro death and murdor in tho animals by blood. For hundreds of years they foraged for themselves, increased till they were like herds of buffalo for numbers, and became wilder and fiercer with each generation, till they were 110 more liko the domestic cow of tho eastern states than a wolf is liko a lapdog. Tho unadulterated Texas steor on his native heath stood often six feet high at the shoulder. His horns were so huge and branching that a man with arms extended could not reach them from tip to tip. His body was not heavy in proportion to his weight, however. He was built for speed and fight. Ho could run a three minute gait without much trouble. In case of tho stampede of a herd tho mad creatures frequently went Beventy or a hundred miles without stopping, and sometimes, Mr. Steele says, they never stopped, at least they wore never got together agnin. It seems as though bulleta will not kill them when they aro infuriated. Ball after ball will pass entirely through the body of one of them without checking his career in tho loast. Only the cowboy, a specimen as nuiquo as tho steer itself and almost as untamed, can manage him. The Texas bovine in its original wildueas wit3 what Steele calls it "a cow brute." In this evolution backward not many conturies would have elajwed till the Texas cattle would have become all ono color if let entirely alone, and would havo assumed the shapo and characteristics of tho prehistoric bos. Of tho fetnalo of this strango creature Mr. Steele writes: And speaking of this cow, nnyboJy who Imag Ines her to be a gentto and timid creature, after tho fashion of females In general, U in Imminent risk of discomfiture tiiiu ho meets her Sne may not often reach Chicago or Kansi-- i City with her pranks, for she U perpetually lean aud hun cry looking with her well meant endeavors toil unl tho multiplication of her sp?eles Sho Is never fed bran mid curried In tho capacity of a friend of tho family Of all tho wild animals found on this favored continent her u IMness Is probably tho most lueradlonblo and tho mct Luou, HIM eyed, hungry looking, In youth a starveling and lu ago a hag, she U com nionly regarded as of Importance only as the necessary mother of all tho steers. Wherever the experiment of domestication has" boeu tried with her It has proved a ihtIIous one. When the mule and tho "hay sfcr" havo been he!d up to mankind as prominent examples of hUUl and continuity in tho art of kick Ins, theru lias been n common mistake. Only the Texas cow can kick something on her off side with her near foot, and do it with a rapidity U1.1t suggenU electric action of borne kind. And when at hist In isolatod cas.s tho dole has been obtained from her scanty udder. It Is not north the risk. A quart at a milking would suggi-t,- t that ho never Intended to give any more Texas, with Its cattle, has always been known as tin milkless and butterless state, and It is In this monstrous cow that tho reason lies. Cow s nnd domestic comfort have no connection. It is a notion that foreigners may have, but tho idea ruakea a Texan grimly smile. Doctors, Attention. On motion of J. A. Chappell It was ordered that a physician for thepaupursbe tually rejects the Christian ideals as imof practicable," writes Qeorgo Villiam appointed in each mnglsterinl precinct Lincoln county and the allowance for is remarkAblo that what is called practical bonsa of Christendom virthe "It THE P. I RILEY D. HOUSE, Kentucky. V RILEY, Proprietor, London, Curtis in Haqcr's Monthly. At last a woman has obtained a cookery prizo for an essay that amounts to something. Mrs. M. II, Abel won tho Lnmb prize of .TOO for a paper whose main thread of discourso was that tho simplest and cheapest food may bo made inviting. swindler is Tho on his rounds again. You may perhaps get a letter wiyiug thero is reason to believe you are ono of tho heirs to a great estate in Europo in truth thero is certainty of it. You will got tho money if yon will bond an account of your immediate anoestry to a given address, together with $10 more or lose as the case may be, the $ 10 being necessary to lienr the exjienue of tracing out your family tree nnd getting tho legal documents from the old country. The letter is a mero swindling dodgu to get money out of a too confiding, too Thero are no often gulled public great cUtes in the old country awaiting anybody in America. The stories to that effect aro lies got up by Earn your great estates bwindlers. yourself in this country and you will Ikj tire of them. the medical services are not to exceed the following mimed minis: Manford precinct SI 50; Tumersville $70; Huston-villSSO; Crab Orchard $100; Highland 70; Waynebburg ?100; Walnut Flat $.0. Hubble $50. This order is to be published in four issues of the Intkhioi: Jm and the county judge and county clerk aro directed to receive bids from the physicians from Ibis date to October Jo, 1M0, nnd make contracts with tho physician in each precinct oll'ering the lowest bid, which aie not to exceed the amounts named. The mngistrates of the several precincts are to determine who (' B. Coovuit, ate paupers. Lincoln County Court. Clerk the only line runnins; I'ullnisn's lerlecd Vestibubni I rains, with Chair Parlor Sttvpinc bctweto .ind Dtmnc Car riee and is th Unclimau. run only lia ChK CinThrough Reclining Chair Cars "tnu cinnati, Keokuk nnd fcpnngheld. Ill anJblteping Cir Cincinnati to MiuVinaw, and the The Cincinnati. e hate moved te my new Hotel and am letter ptcpnitd than ever to accommodate the public (iood I.ivvry attached andesery cons enience t.ise me a call. FRANK RILEY. ,7 GROCERY. RESTEUREET And IIOVRDIMV HOUSK lull line of frch i.ri etirs an.l ( nfet lions and lh finest CiKarsaml lnur. ,.s Keineiu I linse I sell only I r cash, or prmlmc her that 11HI..,..., la. r'.Laftm. tu,ll Am .tl i llfeiUt.Hl III rates (ilve keep boinier. at scrv teon t ibl ,.! ,h!i, 111,lnisii m.. . .ll .,. lu . .. . I al hap Twenty miles the Shortest to 5 im J W .. rii-h- t. CVKKIIK, K land C. A. BENECICT & CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, KY. st TANKORD, Making direct conntitmns in Central L'nion depot for St. I.ouis, Miehlgan Points, Chicago, Detroit, Cltv.Und. lluflale, ana me i est, inciiAiiai. Canada, New Kngland, Wells drilled to order and 1'umps furnished factory prices. New York, W Hostou, Tho Flnoat"oirEarth. Hamilton A 1)umi it Sfy R is YXTZZiT BOHXIvrGc, 'ne ashingtc.n, llaltimore, Philadelphia, liMike.t tunc to lUrmd.butg, I rankfurl, Ky Kichmoad, VIKt.lMA Shonst and (.lulckcii line to bttim wells snd will i!o the I am well prepured In work in a gotnl manner aiel promptli KiimUtli;o Tlmt N Power. There is such a scarcity in tho nnvy of officers who undurstnnd the principle of troit, the Lake 1 he road is one ol th oldest in the Stat n! Ohloand the only line en'entil Cincinnati over a lies ol doubioltai W, and ftHniu nasi racord can it patrons speed, eoeafort and morvthan safety. where, and i that Tickets on either in or uut of Cincinnati, rradC.II ", I.SiM.H-MiCnKMCKi General Paentferand Fickot Agent. Only Dlroot Lino l.ims. HeinCinciHnal. Kavton Canada. TloJo, Kcgiun. ..ud At One Dollar a Foot. Call on or address me al bUnli.nl, Kemu Vv. ,, I. IsMlllI 11 De- Solid Tram., hagg. ft cars, ears and coa.hes, Pullman ! udoir Meeitvr. thr, ugh without (hang siaChallan iga, Hifaslnghain, Merid an making direct onnet tlona en teule for Knox vtllc, Ashcville, I.rndii'urg and points m the J.H.HILTOIT UII.I.IONS SWITCH, KY. Dealer In Hoots, aute alver Al. tni Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Cap3 Sh"e. Clothing llardwaie. Queens-warI'lnwaie, I urtuture and a e, House Office on Main street, opposite Portman painless upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for extracting Kentucky. DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. office recently Office South side Ma.n street, in L F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. vacated j.j. ALLEN 11. FATWOOD ALIJEN & ATWOQD, MEL ESTETE EGEKTS. Jon nso nCityt Term. WM.AYRES. JAS. G GIYENS. AYHE3 &:giyejsts, Attorneys at Law, cient. Tho iucreato in tho number of vessels in tho navy accounts partly for the tcarcity, but there is tho bumo want felt in nearly all the higher mechanical The demand for electrical engineotv is enormous cannot legin to bo supplied. Tho millwright, ono who understands tho setting up of machinery, can command almost his own price. A man who inado this his occupation was recently sent for to go to Central America to suifc'rintond tho construction of quartz crushing mills, and the mine owners were only too glad to get him and pay him $300 a month. From tho City of Mexico came a few days ago an urgent nppeal for somo man who undoratoixl tho photo engraving process by which uowsjwper illustration is now conducted. A remuneration was ollored that would havo made an economical man rich in a few years, but nobody could be found. Tho accomplished photo engravers were already busy in good places. Let young people starting out in life learn to do what ovorvbody wants to have done, and at present that is scientific work in tho higher mechanical arU. Two Notable Conventions. Two conventions of imrwrtanco to tho industrial interests of tho world met recently in one eok in Now York. The first was tho American Institute of Papers of much Mining Engineers. value were read, but it was notable that tho subject about which mast interest centered was tho application of electrical power transmission to rttining operations. It appears that in tho o Lykens valley mines nn electrical engine is already used to haul loaded cars a distanco of over a mile, and a tunnel nearly a milo long is preparing at tho samo placo into which another electrical ongino will be introduced. Tho mining engineers had hardly left Chickenng liall when thoro entered it n body of men very different in appearance, but still belonging to tho all conquering Anglo-Saxo-n race. These wero tho members of tho Iron and Steel InstiTor tho first tute of tfreat Britain. timo in history, probably, tho genuine British "Hear, hear," ban echoed within the walls of an American meeting room. Worthy of note it is that tho members of this society thought it worth while to leave their own country, crobs tho ocean and seo for themselves tho wonderful development of tho iron nnd steel industry in America. Theso gentlemen aro now making a tour of inspection of tho United States Their visit and portions of Canada. may mean tho investment hero of many moro millions of British gold. So important, indeed, lias tho United States become in tho ej'es of iron nnd steel men of tho Old World that immediately after tho adjournment of tho British instituto another convention of u similar character assembbd in Pittsburg. This was tho international convention of tho Iron and Steel Workers of tho Old and New worlds. Delegates from all tho civilized nations attended. Abram S. Hewitt mado tho address of welcomo to tho Iron and Steel iustituto in New York. Ono paragraph in his speech touched profit sharing its follows: loco-motiv- The best stenm navigation that tho deiunnd am-no- t sores, ulcers, lt Thrum, fever and all skin ornp bo filled. Tho engineer corps is ped hands, chilblains, irns or no pay rcu,uir lions and positnely .urt piles, give taxed to its utmost, yet the supply of ed. It i guaranteed 10 Price perfect saUlacltr, 5 cents ". r.lunded r these accomplished officers is not suffi- p0r money A K Penny, Swnlord, K). sale by Bucklen's Arnica Salve .she m the world for cut. bruise, tctler, chap- Conoral Lino of Grocorios, Fancy Candies, Cross lie.Ar All kinds of Produ. e taken in eichange for goods l'o.iorti, e, l.iMiigsion, K ot, At Chatianosga for Ailaata, Columbus, Wilmicg t..n, Charlci., Augusta, Macon, Sasannali, Hruaswirk, Lake City, ThatsmsviUa aud U.dltl-Dpoints. The only line running solid trains with ehoi Pullman Houdotr or VA. r sle.-- , mg Car. to ja, wit newt change lor any tU.s of passer-ge- r or baggage. Seines and Montgomery, Hunt.ville, D.ialur, Florence. McMplus and AltKANA.s S.i irlat and ijiiu ke.t to Anmi Sri in. , Mo I lurrt conneciion. bile . made ai OR I.KANS without omnibus tian.fvr for CiJte.tua Houston, Austin, c p' I. M. IIUUCE, LITSIT, SALS AND the Mrs. Michael Curiam, I'lninheld.tlll , makes llW statement that .he caught cold, which by her her lungs; she was ttcaied for a month her family phvsician but grew wora. He lu.d that victim of lon.umpuon and a she no medKine 'could vurr her He, li.iovty for of l)r King's Sew &.H.PMHI: she bough. herself Iicbi found , use -- ml after taking ten bo.llo. she cin tinned herself sound and well, now dee. h.r own er 1. H.e housework and 1. u. well as .he 11 trial bottles of this tireat Discovery at A drug store, large bottle o. andii. drU-KHl Romarlcnulo Hoscuo. RED STABLE, STANFtlllD. KY. , TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only itsiough line m ja and Yicksbutg, Mi.. .Slir.vcp.4t I a, mating lilri t rutin' Huns without oniiiiloi. traii.lrr It r Dallas Fori Worth, 1.1 I'awt and point. 111 Au.ua San Anl-ni- a, kn ;uV"iiLh'ril. 1 SPF.C1AI. ATTKNTIHN to COMMKHCIAU, llMse ana mutes oougni n. sew travelets d in U'riy. horsesmsd vehicles Only hrt-ela- s IToticOa somerset have rented lti Peter Straut. shop street. Stanford, and am now prepaie.l 10 e" , all I have had of UI.ACKSMI IlllSt. kinds and genrul terns espocicMCc in hHse-shisnODwork and am lull) prepared to do ini kinJ f Shoeinsj race horse, and trotieti ivetk given me me a inai a specialty K'lIN MIICIII I I.I hi vttaub ho .tsliret slar f'l l 11 TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFOnNIA. l'or through rales i.tr.t rnunty maps and lull miorinaiioa call on Af.titat luiuuon C uv, Kv eracidre.. HtVNKVv U i ;)! r lisv 1'a.i Agl , I .,t t, K C C IiAK i 1 L I'rt-- s C 111 o I 1 , HV UDb. 1 mf ,1, III a I I - - " and painful The transition from long, lingeringepoch 11 an sukne. to robu.t hoalth -- ark. remarkable IIIevent indivldul Such a "treasured in the memory and the aency where u auamrd by ihc good health ha.be.. o much 1. rral.f is ftM'cliD Messed Hence it Is that Urnt the So many praise of KJevtr.c Hitlershealth 10 the u.e ol ,we their restoration to . and on... f o- - or . "- -" . h, Ureal Alterat.v wtth an) diseased Kidneys. sure y Md i of lor or shm. standing you '"' hefbx nscofFlectr.c Kilter. 1,Sn,J.' .ru. Drug U per bottle at A. H Penny. I Epoch- - (n liWllllIlIMfli; KX C l0jlJVIilt IfisAiaaHriCKICatDRT. fl f A NHAV FAST .MAIL 1 1 etsing & tnitb will It is surprising that people secure use a salab pill when lhe can Dr. Acker . luhoBe for the same oney s.ck headache r.ngli a and for ml!iarcaiK.tlvo cuic Eoiuer, a Harrodsburg printer, has invented a sheet adjuster for printing presses. A Duty to Yoursotf. Lewis L. strVS Viakes,tH I f I aWl 1 LI Sl-ABOR LOUISVILLE - - CINCINNATI HILP .' . an'.nOThNS "- EASY THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Kvrr altrmited betoeen the great coinmetcul nlies 01 the flbio Riser and Chicago, and hence Dailj, Secuies to Tratelers, LESSENS PAIN ifg I T0 UFE -. m umiNistito mot HER soiosrAiLOwcasrs. Of the fastest time and nvi.i lomfctMhlc trains between all points in the uth, or to the West and s he counieroaitof this tram on all "'" h 1 and do not gripe, Th.v are small,A r or le by "' 11 1 nny. Uk' BRADFiaO REGULATOR CO. ATLANTAqA Say Mi non. gel Moaon anal stick to Monon. il ) u want 10 save mosey and have a pleasant jour-n- e 327 Fifth St., ioi-y- - - Louisville, Ky. FRANK ..-.- Shrese Iluildmg. r - coughs, etc prep Dr. Acker Kngll.h Kemedy It Is the besl on aratlor, known for all lung troubles. A. SoldI enn) a K. by Ksltive guarantee at 3$c and $o s Cant Sloop Nights lroi of thousands suffering -; ever try I My.Child Killed. OLD KY. ROUTE Newport MiSrs.V VYsti Soli 1 for loll information, dine cards, map., folders, etc, sll on.ir addre. w. ' ' ' lr! I Valley Co rains to ,"K I). .. . 1, t. l.,,.,,,,! i;v IA IIAKKKK.O P A . Chicago. Ill r i II lcKll.ltKTS, Agt .Stanford Kl!.,T JAS. G. GIVENS. .. ...IIIAK )uiu., GIVERS MERMQH. between English and American international novels. In tho American story bought somo noble English lord falls in love Town LoU. Coil, iron and Timber Lands with a beautiful American girl nnd sold on Commission. Correspondencer or solicited marries her, and sho goes to tho old country as Lady this or Marchiones In to lead British CQMERCIEL EOTEL that, novel, on tho society.hand, tho EnTEE glish though other J. U OWENS, Manager, there is a nobleman, of course, somo de- Kentucky. signing Yankee widow or loud American girl with a nasal twang puts forward all popular hotl taken charge t thismanner every her tmbashful nrta to captnro him. Ho I have in and intend to run U in arirst.c lass painted respect. It is being papered and renovated from escapes, however, and invariably marand being bottom, the bedding is ries bomo sweet English girl who casts done t. make it pleasant and guests. The table dull her eyes down modestly nnd carries ed by hotels ill this section. flannel nnd mutton broth to tho poor. In both cases tho young Englishman is tho prizo to bo hooked. On such foundation as this tho modern international MT. VERNON, KY. novel is built. So wonder mnrringeablo Hotels still maintain Englishmen aro conceited out of all This old and Charges reasonable. SpeIng its fine reputation. reason. ehng public. REAL ESTATE, International Novels. It is amusing to noto tho difference Pineville, Kentucky. toi-y- gnen Another child killed by the use 01 opiates in the form of soothing syrup. Why mothers give he, children such ' when they can rel.cve the It troubles by using Dr. Acker's llahy Seother. K. morphine bold by A. contains no opium or Penny. A Washington, Phllacloiphla Baltimoro, Now York, st Kentucky Central R.R. "UlaXTK OltASfJ UOUTK." Tho Shortoot nnd Quickoat Routn from Contrnl Kontticlcy to nil polntM North, Enat, Wont and South-WonFftnt Llnobotwoon Loxlnton nntl Cincint. P:"i;il11'I,l" All points and Southeast t)nly one night out Irom l.omgton. Corrected lime Card in I fleet Ian 11, ilyo TTaiTy Klisir, for it has (Juarantee Dr. Ackers counfullv demonstrated .0 the people of this ty that it I. superior to all other pr.parui.onsf r blood diseases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic twuoning. ulcers, eruptions and pimules Itup the thewnole system and thoroughly builds constitution. A. K. Penny. Wood Wo Can and Do STATIONS. Lvc Stanford Ves F.spress 31 111 Harrodsburg, Not if you go throngh the world a a dyspeptic' Ackef's Dyspepsia T iblels are po.mse cur-f- y the worst form, ol d).peps. ;n"t;-ulencand constipation. A. K. Penn. 0J la Llfo Worth Living? Winchester " K. U. Junction. " Mt. Sterling. . . . " Moreheait .. ' Olive Hill . . ' Ashland I.ve.lluntiliiSloiu Arr Charleston Clifmti lorge. ' Lynchburg l.eingten Daily Ks Sun n a 1 7 am pm 11 so am pm jTatMil Accra Daily F.x Sun it 1 pm jopm po jinn lopm 40 pni nati. a) pm jo Pn to pm f J pm SC1IKDUI.K IN lUFKCT MAY No 1. South-Houn- 11, igo No 6. " ' Catlcltsburg.. . Huntington ... jo sJ S3 pm i S 5 31 t 35 or ps jo am 6 5pm P" at Pu I, comfort-abfe.- or ""rw?!"" . in NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. net on tht The An lmMirtani l sc liver, smin.icli .ri i wiwt 1. ihniugh the ucrros Tli-- y nl euro bilious new prlnci.-lA r. plo uutl omstipu noss, IimI lasiu for men. no n. :i and children tlon. bili'ii Smallnst, mi ile.t l. t dn-- o for 5 tonts Sample reo at A It I'j.my Huniunl. to-p- ul SIMcj' Nerve and l.lxer I'llls. rry !" ' cial attention to the tra g t At. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., Mt. Vernon, Ky, Onco more tho singlo rnil railway What lleli i I ;.!,.. nro to the telnphono nnd elucricity, .ays the I'll t suurg Now i. I)r lin Miles the well known specia isl In nervous diseases to the nervous s)stMiiiand liorve II11I1I. Anioru Ins iiuiiK-rnudiscoiertcs the ItestorutiK Keriinn - undoubted. one of tho greuteoi it is utiMiriMssei In nervousness 11 K.-a. Croat Ulsi;oorciM. Washington .. .. jj . llaltimore j ' Philadelphia. so " New York.... 40 " Richmond, Va. Oldl'ointCoinfort Norfolk T rains leaving l.e inglon pm dally, except Sunday for Richmond, Ky and " "Charlottesville j 45 .. m ami so a pui pm pes pm pmi '" Air Lancaster. Arr I.ve Arr Arr 40 h in Lve Arr Arr I.ve Arr Arr l.ve Covingtou. Falmouth. Paris e Cincinnati . Ltsington. Paris Winchester. Itichmend. 9 44 a m 0 7 P m 4 os $ 40 II 10 a re 10 ai V 11 01 pm 10 JS p m 6 jo In o a ml .. j 45 6 to p it 05 p m ... 1 ; 30 in' ., 40 Li Sun S le a m I il a in Daily 8 8 F.x Sun. 09 p m, p ml 35 Pi", 45 P m p m p ra p m P m pm p m Stanford. Kichtnond llerca ....,.. Livingston d. . to p mi... $5 p m jm p m J to p in, 1 4 SS j P ml.., ernnoct at Wirchet-te- r points on the K. C R at 11 and 5.50 North-lleun- No. $ j. a a a No. 1, N o.j. IFVIiXj, 1890. Blue-Gras- s Nurseries. r. trees. Immense stock of fruit and ornamental everyGrapevines, Asparagus, small trees, and v e have thing for the la n, orchard and garden. plan-,cno agents, bat ell direct at low prices to the for catalogue to Write mLLENMEVE Lexington, Ky. 64.tf 8 track has appeared: this timo with electricity as a motivo jower. An exhibition track has been erected in St. Louis. Wo may look forward hopefully to tho adoption of buch a track for elevated roads sooner or later. Tho elevated roada will not then bo tho unmitigated uuisanco to foot travelers they,now are. The singlo rail car has ono main wheel in the center. At each side aro smaller wheels that fix it to the guido rails on each bido of tho main rail in tho center. One lino of josts in tho street supports tho main rail. ilyspopsia, hemlaulie. epilepsy. ne'iralRla. bai'lt ucbe, uii'laiu )! v s.oeplt"neiv rlu'ngeril life, 0oU-4tt- t feto may be lialof A. It renin, lri Ail hlioiilil reuillns ' .Vnr 11111 Slur l,iu 1 hir II r A flic tf," lory ab.p. and lluely illustrated book. Fico to all. fm -l 11 A VUltKltllC . J5lHC)cr' Dr Ilrnwn .SiKjuarU elixir nf youth may lie tin important l Miivi-ryHit every ono kuciws th.it Dr Frullklln Miles Now Hnirt Curn certainly is. It his.Uuu lb .u.uinl. ufniclcil with serious honrtdlseas a N W Loasoof Llfo. Druggists who enn obsuive Us erteels 011 inuuy vorv highly of It. oustomers everywhere sK-aMr. John Weaver of Kmiilitstmin, Iml , suy: "I hull) sold iimeli of Dr. Allies' Now Cure nnd luvo recoiled ninny goo reieris." O. Monroe, of Dunkirk N V.. reports Lugo sales. "And the best purl nf it Is even bottle has given satby A It I'en-nisfaction " hold and i;u M.uif. rl. K k 1 Limited Vestibule V.x from New York, Philadelphia, Washington and all points Hast, arrives at Lexington at 4 47 p m daily Stanford 11 57 p m. Fast mail from Richmond, Vs.. and all paints east, Huntington, W Va, and all local stntions arrives I.exjngton at 11 40 noon dally escept Sunday Stanford 11 57 pm Accommodation from Olnrllill and intermediate points, Richmond, Ky., and points on the K. C lty arrives at l.eslnttim 8 10, a m, daily, ex ceiit Sunday Stanford 30 p in lie sure tickets read read via N. N. A M. V Ry.,i:. D. S. K. II MORSK, G, P A , Cincinnati, O. 1 I.ve Livingsten Lvc llerea Arr Richmoud.. I.ve Stanford ., . Lve Lancaster Arr Richmond.. Lvc Richmond... Arr Winchester Arr Paris Lve Lciiugton . . Lvc Paris Lve Falmouth... Arr Covington. . Arr Cincinnati .. to 10 15 11 43 7 10 . 1 m a m ft) a in 1 10 p in t 00 p m 40 i m t 1 05 p m t 50 p m p m 4 5 40 p m 45 1 lis 6 10 a m 7 15 a in w p 10 7 00 a J SI a in 4 9 13 a in, 3 10 33 a in, 6 10 45 a m 6 748am .. 45 p m pm 16 p ta 30 p ra jS P ra '! ti ILe LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLe. RAILROAD. The Great & With Mo Trains Nos. 11 and u tun Sunday only between Cincinnati and Lexington, leaving Cincinnati at 8 a. m , and arriving at Lexington at ta m Lve. Lexington at 1 40 p. m. and arrive at Cincinnati at j 35 THROUGH TRUNK LINE. The BEST FLOUR is the CREAM FLOUR made by the Lexington Roller Mills Co., Lexing-tpKy. For sale by all n, Talk of tho amenities of western journalism! Tho New York Herald gives the late congress a wigging "up hill and down dale," aud then makes its particu lar point as follows: "And nono of them is more deserving of contempt than the new Slowly but surely herd of shoats sont from Now York and root in tho Industriala mind.idea has been taking Profit sharing is '" One would nbt havo been getting to bo a familiar thought, both with emits environs. surprised if the expression "herd of ployers and workmen, and tuauy promising In In this direction aro now In progress bhoats" had occurred in n Chicago paper. this and other countries. Tho practice Is to lay tho current ratu of wages In the usual manner, But New York! Next to death thero is no punishment tho hardened criminal dreads liko tho laslu Whipping in aggravated cases of crime is practiced in Canadian prisons. Tho ordeal is a trying ono even for the witnesses, drawing tears and shrieks from tho couvicts at times. But as a mero punishment nothing is equal to it When When When When Ilaby was Blck, wo gave her Castorla. slie was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. sho became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. she had ChlMrcu, sho gae, them Castorla, SOUTH & WEST &g&&M484MA Louisville To Nashville, Memphis, & CMS Bread and t . Grocers. Don't fail to use Cream Flourif you want good first-class "It is al;nost a definition of a gontle-laa-n to say ho is ono who never inflict pain," says Cardinal Newman. happy Cook. more and more bo Joint owners la tho instruments of production. Wbild the wago Bjkteiu will necessarily survive, the workmen will to a largo extent become their owu employers, and finally m.ay ldru capital 03 capital now hired labor. Tho facilities offered for tho division of proiwrty through the distribution of corporto shares will lessen strife, develop skill, reduce coot, increase production and promote the equitable distribution of wealth, which. It must never be forgotten, U the chief end of the socio orgaat-z&tlo- A Hoon to Wlvoa. Having ussd "Mother I'riend," I would not be without it Itisabion to wives who know then to allow a rvasouablo percentage on tho they mutt pass through the painful ordeal of capital employed, nnd. It thero bo any exews childbirth. Mrs C. Mctiurge. Iowa. Write the Atlanta, llradrield after these iiayments, to dlilJo it equally or particulars.Regulator Co ,Druggists. Oa , for further Sold by all otherwise lietwoeu the capital and tho labor, estimated by tho r mount of wages paid. Tho timo LIQUOR HAD Is approaching when capitalists aud laborers will DRUNKENNE33-TH- E T-- Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, "Mobile and New Orleans. or W. L MUNSON, rrav Pass. Agt., Cincinnati. S. F. II. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r Agt.. at 800, am and No. 11, at j 43, p m, arriving at Maysville at 10 13, a m, and 8 10, p m. No. 10 leaves Maysville at 3,13 a m, arriving at Pans at 740, am. No. u leaves Maysville at 150 and arrives at Paris at 4 15, p m. These trains are daily except Sunday, No 1 runs daily from Lexington to Cincinnati No. 43 leaves Lexington 10 00 am; arrives Paris 1043 am; except Sunday No 8 leaves Cincinnati 5 10 pm; arrives Falmouth 7 10 pm j except Sunday. No. 7 leaves KalmouUi 6 00 am; arrives Cincinnati 7 55 am; except Sunday Train Notes t runt dally between Leung ton and Cincinnati. No. 4 runs daily between Cincinnati and Lexington. Nos a nnd 6 make connections at Winchcstci V. Hy, for points on the.N". N IMPORTANT -- Trains ol this line nou, ,,rl.. at and depart from the Central Union Passengci Station Cincinnati, making connections for all points rVorth, Kast and Wen. nrougnucxcisanu Baggage checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co. p. m. (In the.Maysville llranch, No 9. leaves Paris .No A-- 1 U.K. HUNTINGTON, It can be given 111 a cup of tea or codec without the knowledge of tho person takin; it, effecting a & speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck, is EMIGRANTS have been cured who Tnousands of drunkards I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerhave tatyn the OoldeugeSpecific in their coffee Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive set pike, 7 miles Irom Stanford and am prepared believe theycan without their knowled, and to furnish any kind of LUMI1ER. SHINGLES Special rates. quit drinking of their own freewill. No harmful &? JtsTSee agents 01 this Company for rates, routes A.C, at LOEST PRICKS. 1 will eflect results from its administration. Cures guar berat the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give c 0, write to anteed. Send for circular aud full particulars. Ad. me a trial. Postollice, HAYWOOD, KY. ATM0UE 0. p. & T A dress in confidence Golden brgctric Co,, 185 -LoulsUUe, Ky. Race Street. Cincinnati, O A Il.BASTIN T In all tho World thoro Is but ono euro, Dr. Ualnoa' Qoldon Spocltlc. NewportNews & Miss.Valley Oo iii's-- i Manager. Cimii'-.- GENERAL OFFICF.S: Only one change to points In iiiitif, c i.imit.O . ARKANSAS TEXAS. NEW SAW M2X1. y tomj&&.