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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890102101 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVIII. CRAB ORCHARD. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 21.1890. 1 -- NO. 67 FOR RENT. ". , T reach his end of the class. When his HUSTONVILLE. incorporate Mr. Phelps' compulsory edu-chanco came, Mnging out "Cudium! Prof. cation article in tho constrt.ition. ,mv(j 10 cotton Uobll8on tt G7 in Stanford, rontain-InI kinfollo and their folk, folks, my folks Tho protroctoil mooting nt Kphwms lrye,of Rowland, in his easy, uncon- Ciidium!" he was half way to the head House on Lanraiter tret Good cutcrn holding and forbid lolkv a well as colored folks, totresiMts ., fnr . three room anrf cellar their about 300 barrel of water in yrd. closed Thursday night with llliulilitionp. volitional wnv, supplemented tho theu.o of the clnss before persuad. d that he or hunt birds, rabbit and siiuiircls on my farm , A pmtniclU(I llloeti nt t,1L. J II lllCOtNS, without my permission, or they will be punished Isnnc Horrin bought tbia wuok of hiul not driven centre on that subject. .SUstord, Ky. ... to the full extent ot the law mean what I say. u Saturday night, ltev. te)tl8l JoMnh MullinsB head of cattle. nvoniK-in- need of a uniform series of text books, jam THOMAS C. UALL. Cudium is a rolling mass of jollity, who Crouch, of Louisville, is assisting ltev. Ulo poondH, nt JJ fonts. John Illicit: and thought n general ensting-awais responsible for many good ones, but so or ,..,r ,, First-Clas- s ..,r ....,..'.. Farm For Sale. . toJuiiii'H Ynntis '.Vi fat hogn, uumiNg-iinnimeoUl ll . om, uujii.-u.nmodest thnt we must save them to fl .minors Ul,l)orlMOI, t Givons sold 5it My Deiiralile Properly, known as averaging JSt pountlH, nt 51.70 pur ewt., was necessary "How to secure . . splice out with, ns nt present. Well improved, containing ijn acres, on Huston-vil... ..,.,.. ,,, iimiun IU illl. JkllU. r..t.i..'. uuiiiuii and McKinney pike, in a splendid neigh-b- o which ho will Hhip to Cincinnati at viineumeiM," n piper by Mis9 Alice Stu- Infill We learn thnt a project is on foot to Catron's Placo, Somerset, Ky., r hood Kor further particulars call on the unobtain price. Dave Allen sold to J. P. once. dersigned or address nt llustnnille - For price, dispose of Cumberland Falls to n stock! Now art, which treated of the subject quite title 120 calves at at Ji". jier monthper head; weight, '0 K. O. KENNEDY. anJ tetnn, write or call on me at Somer-tt- , Tho V. C. T. U. modal content will learnedly nnd exhaustively, was attencompany. Hilly Williams has tho mat61 t VM. M. CATRON Ky. Tmwlny iiiht nt tho Baptist tively listened to and elicited laudatory (HO. Same Bold Mrs. Maggie Carpenters ter in hand and success is nssurcd. Hy occur ','." shoatu, 75 pounds, at :t. I church and wiilbopnrtinp.itoil in hy ton comments from tho whole association. the way, n has leaked out that Miss Kinina lldeu, nccouiiauicd of C. O'a. prottii'Ht girl, ouch of whom, At this Juncture Prof. J. P. Duvall, prin- Finley is mauouvroing in the Lot on Maih Street in Stanford with a recitation, will attempt to carry cipal of the school at Uroilhead, arrived, Miss Alice Cubbell homo from Lebanon. interest df a raihoad to connect tho OwinRlo my continued badhnalth, I have formwill upend awhile with friends and partncMhip with my brother, John 1.. Iilkin, Containing acres. oil tho handrtotuely ongmvoil silver mod- and, consenting to participate in the ex-- and L. A: N. with the C. S. by way of tho ed. under the firm name ot M. F. Klkin A: Co . to relatives in. West Lincoln and Casev. U. V. I'. Jmlgo W. take effect Oct Mt. Persons knowili themseKcs Terms easy. R. WALTON, Stanford. I I... hp tho t :...iroiiucwi uy Ii ro.. ... ll' T al oirore.l . Falls. Should that materialize, we im- indebted to m: will please call .it once and settle. oreisw, h Capt. Clav Hlain is np from ( '.rant I am unable O. Hansford, l!ov. J. (i. Livingston and person and need my and made a very characteristic, :,, Th ,,., ...,,..,1,., Mlr. agine that the water power at the Falls money badly.to see you in you for your liberal paThanking I Mr. It. Ioo Davirt have heeii solectwl iw speech of 'JO minutes' duration on "Hdu-- , be a tronage in tho past. I ask continuance ot same to(Wllv wt Ul0 chnnKe8 0f tiino Iiml will Since bonanza. jntlgos of the contest. Nail removed to Yosomito Dr. ward the ne- firm. Kespectlully, F. KI.K1N. ,; ol(,ur Umn who1 (l dtj()n of cAliumtl Advancement which was brimM 6. ISuilcliiig The HUpper, which tho ladioH of the fill of sound sensitaiKl limiior. Hu ad- WllM Ilrown has presumed to foiocast the l." years ago. Christian Aid Society guvo Friday night, vocated an abamlotiiiient of the old Lincoln In the corporate limits of Rowland. weather, and confident that his neighFruit Trocs For Salo Ohoap. Few citizens of tho West Knd are of at tho College, wiw one of the most 86 methods of touching and blazing out more stately mien and genial nlannois bors wore wasting time and labor in H J. DARST, Rowland. I (Jrape "spreads" of Hiihstantialrt anil dain- a way, which would butter suit this onhousing and covering their flowers, left uid have a nice lot of Apple Trees,racing, forVines sale. own Raspberry Plants, of ties ever attempted hero and tho public ward nnd upward aire. He was vocifer- than John Iteid, but that his rotund his llowor garden exposed last Tuesday A ptle Trees 15 cents each and others in propor- LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. countenance should have lately so tion, as I wish to close out the buMnexs was not alow to And it out. Plates were ously cheered. V. L SIMPSON. night, and bus since been mourning tho "Psychology," upon The undersigned will rent for the year 185., on worn an ear-tear smile Stanford, Ky for 100 or more and about which Prof. Smith was booked to nppoar, uncovered loss of all his annuals, of which ho had reasonable terms her Farm ot 330 Acres, 1J4 miles which would cmbelish tho head of a V. Ironi Milledgeville, Ky. The renter can has e tho S 10 realized. Mrs. J. S. Fish, Mrs. a rare collection. brought that gentlem.in to his feet, and pri liege of seeding this Kail. Appls to inrotmiri'- It. Dillion, Mis. .MI. Stephens, Mrs. Jnol the expectations of tho audience got on fiiiinv column in I'.ick iim Mrs. NANCY JENKINS, I. F.Steele has reopened the Wash lu.nM,,lL., tilI it was ,MJ,sjblu for ln. Danville, Ky. Cooper, Mrs. J. C. King and Mrs. Sis drugstore, with U. F. Peacock behind to hear him, hut instead of knit- UriII1,iy to BOl ,lP0UlllI witll tllB We offer for sale privately our farm known as ,,1 tit!. of tho feint, mile from Brooks were tho gettors'Up tho counter. As Freely's intimacy with the George Anderson place, Hcontaining Huston-vill,. .., ,..., lim. ia . ,nh ting his oxpansivo brow nnd diving into on the Liberty piije, 43 acres, House and Lot at Crab Orchard For Sale, which fact of itm'lf is equivalent to say- tho murky depths of that profoundly nb- 'Irugs dates back to about the time that Cool dwelling of 6 rooms and well watered. Call Wo rej,rel KroiU,y u.a , ,elriiyillK 011 or address us at Huston ville, Ky nothtivo been excelled. ing that it could anion is supposed to have killed Te- striiso subject, he coolly and cahuly, ,,llir(. ,,,.,,....,, ......n,,,..,,,,,,,,.,,,. JOHN ELMS. A House and Lot, consisting of Acres, loca. MARY ELLIS. Six weeks ngo l'rof. Smith ollered a stated thnt his was ted at Crab Orchard, Ky , and known as the "in the cumst',, il iH unnecessary to give the hy- Oook's hands by nn error t0 property, one lilock Irom Depot The house prize an ink portrait of (Jeorgo tlie audience restless, and that it would prt.iminary eognomen of his factotum. l'ondrincs a pointer. contains six spacious rooms, onelattice porch, one drawn by l'rof. Smith himself open porch and portico, with all necessary Tom Simpson has rented the Joe be better to ndjourn to tho suj.jier nnd 1..11 vI.t f'oniiiT wlm U mi-Call on or address D II. Edmistoa, make the listen o him on tho morrow. to the Ikjv or girl who should lliitbnan farm near town for n This wiw the Henry Hester farm Crab Orchard, Ky.,or me at Pineville, Ky. offer for writingduringthal the proper caper ami tho audience jump t,l0rj,v oll llU ollIls ....ruining to the corn field. Toin says that Joe will get of I60 acres ofsale privately on Dix River; si acres SAMUEL ULAIRM. D. most improvement in bottom land pnxluced in the Squire's sown in wheat up and all right balance in time. Friday afternoon the specimens ed at the suggestion. almost the worth of his place for his The dwelling has 6 rooms; there is a new zr.is. barn, garden. Dave Allen claims that lie's: new. tine orcnanl ana Icnclng of writing, numbering homo H) or more, At t) o'clock Saturday morning tho as- buuie ganlener hinisolf. Wo hope to be year's rent, but Tom is a boss corn raiser go.Hl well,lilfcash, o.ilauce in one andnearly years, two Terms, .Mr. were examined by l'rof. Mctlury, with interest, ll not sold will be for rent, sociation reasiembltMl. Iltisinos occubo more specific al)out and the chances are in his favor. I desire to sell my larm of ahout 130 acres, situgiven January t, 1801 I). U. lieiniston and Miss Sxllio tireon, iiI.mI tllll.mrlv- - lintlru , fli((j ....... ..... Mr If la.. .,...., aide soon to ated about tii miles north of Stanford on the J W.ADAMS. Stanford, Ky. naves e.xcellenctes. Mrs. John Uoode Itush Ilranch pile, opposite the old church. There in favor of .. who unhortltatingly lwlilul FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. l.fl.l l.l.A.1 l...l...l.l In . nl.t II ..- - ' n Him wvr.. irvrill IW.I w lllllli are nbout 50 acres in wheat and rye the balance lJH has grown somo of the mo.n inniiimotli of the farm well et in timothy, tiood dwelling little Davy Uolman. iMrr'a having but Hiuiuimi ...... ."-.1890, m nssocuumii, peprH.M L.v.r droampt of in this section. -- Kggisell at 21 and butter at 2o cents of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid sew one hand and that ono his left, rather Imd tho-- e imporumt docnmenU. ready . barn; is ell watered and fumed, l'ossossion can toA 12 iMclie8 ,n ciretun. ilTxxv York. mwlsurMi Blue-Gras- s be given immediately. For particulars, se J. P. nluuiiod tho olForfcs of tho other boys nnd nml done up in pltnty o( rwl UDf, Ami llailey, Stanford, or write the undersigned at -- One good Jew v milk cow for pale. foreCe and it ws pprwibly wiltod. ' girls and makes the prito nil the more submitted them to the body, which; Cincinnati, iiiio. K. WlTiiEKS. A cm- ,peHll)(Mi of Mi Sullio W'.H. Mcltolwrts. Imsnense stock of (run :md ornamental trees. dwerrwl. Asparagus, small trees, and tulopUNl thfin uniniiiioiily with -J- ames on exhibition at the sold to J. K. Kauph- - Grapevine., lawn, orchard and garden. We hae for the J. Vml Mooru ia back from Mid isinendment, providing for tho ftlmiwon Kiki's - o( C i no agents, but sell lire t at low prices to the planrug .tonink A W eaiherford, oviu-- ' man n puir of mules for $;Vi.feeling aoiwwhM like a blnnU-.dloaboro Into tlH Mesociation of all who have once cet u,BlU of (l very 8l,f)rtri.r order. Tli e -- Col. fnder wood sold H. F. Iloliin-- ter. Write for catalogue to HILLKNMLYLIt, I wish to sell privately my residence and , U.K. piop-ermillionaire. Mrs. Sullln Mg'", of 'I lie house has live rooms, store room, pan-tLexington, Ky. 64 tf utwn mieiiere, ami wnn nn nitorauon, c,jntpicu..us nccurHcy of likeliest to tho mix 10 of heifors and Iroiit trandah, back porch latticed, ood mid Mrs. lilW?n Clilionl. of Wil HlTecUns the iniUrttion fee nnd monthly jatft cellar with windows on souih side; outbuildings photograph, of which the cmyon is steers nt 2J contjs. all new, consivting of meat house, henery, coal linmsmirg, worn here thm week viititi)t uues. I mamui, wno nu uwn ro- HM eninnims-iil-, mwl the M. lAsley's Hnrt W'allnpe ran in of fin-house, corn crib and dairy stable. There are. two lml with Mipper mid breakfmt, mid re ten their father. Mr. IUms Ward. Dr. W good cisterns, one at house, the other at the stauiHidens nt Iito-e- r the work of theeumem rath- - the rnco for susiiestu ble There is an abundance qf Iruit, including for M. Diwros left Thum.Uy HiiSfiUitesl with a night of sweet re'ioae, In order to close out our preent partnership, we raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, currants, than brush mid pviicil of nil artist. nia, but was not plncml. Ap will sell at public auction at the residence of grapes, cherry, plums, damson, pear and. apple and other iMjlnte in Clomlo. Win importuned for liii views on I T. .1. Crots, of Koekeustle, bought of J is. V. Ma sua, 4 miles wot ef Ml. Sterling, on trees. Alooiue nice Jersey Cows and heifers Collei in fortunate in hv- In-moiud'.'.I years ago. JouriwyeJ ove promiatxl the night before, and ItiK bred to registered bull. Ono harness horse, one i the services of so competent various parties In the ISast End, a liorc,4)olh WodMsday, Qsto'oer 22d, 1890, combined child. One gentle r.nd cni be driven by Hit- - wuiu route, in it wagon train, before lUcned thnt subject ns it perUiiiid to woman or Iiukk) nd artist ii Mm Klkin. Win. Iteid, St., loud of fat 1, cattle at 3 to :i Alio 8V5 acre of pasltiro land, whi-will be tlu laiof railroads, tho trip in Pull- o lit'Mtional work; in iuite h knowing is rontined to hia roomhv soiiitb-n- . which rents. following stook, The sold in one piece or disidfd into lots to suit purman palace cunches will be quit a InteiwaUnt; way. Memory, repro-- . chasers. Thine wishing' to buy a lot cheap "will aid him Hsriocllralljr. John says tho J. J. Vam-hhas bought 50 ncros of 40 Jennets, 12 Jacks, 20 head of hasea golden opportunity. auon to him. Jlr. Simon Higgina. who dnctive imnKiiiRtion and countructive nttrk oUi ,nan ia infliu.y moro trouble thmi lmid of Miss Amanda Gondii, near State J. G.CARPENTKK, Stanford. Horses, ban for the last ywr bwen with a siirve iuMftinaUon, the lo.idin: eloinonteof this lhe Including No i I! rood Mares and several extra Wft arHawn. Dick .Nowland wnBiUniurh Church; nt S10. -S- omerset ia nt in K.wtern Kentucky, ing young Stallion nnd Geldings. "oIok.v," wh dincram,! and pnblimii. p ,,, Laur 1MMl o( ,agt wuok coitw-UCatalogues sent on apnlicaiiou. home with hU imrenU. Ilu stay awy elucidated with some of th profosior's HENRY, MASON It would hvo been n better haul -b- 'tnuibotil, the California stallion, And STOCK OK DRUGS KOR STALE. Mt. Sterling, Ky. has developwl for him n'tot of Ane.hhu-m.. ..,, n.t-- iiuwimiMi, wuh-i- i eei mr tU, n My tnU, lo hrtw he(, 1)iBk p us iOWOred his own and broke Axtell'd rcc On the following day, whwkors, which make him look stnuijje, Mibjerl in a royal liK.t to all mid made Desiring to quit the drug business at e ord, Saturday, doing the mile in 2:11 nt hB welU tomii Sutnrday offer my entire stock fresh Drugs and but nil tho more luunluouie to his former mill, iu.iu.er a wise man nor a Thursday, October 23d, 1800, Chemicals for sale My stookofis complete in evtry iniiiii A vetren stock daalor of the Wost Napa, Cnl. friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. C .McClnry, f l ronkl fail to understand it. particular and thebusiuc- is a paying one in HusHis ijm, Wll3 ,ntt.Iy ,llro1 illlo MurioM wimly Clayton Howell will sell A shipment of 7,000 bales of cotton tons tile. Will also rent the entire home my store wore the the newlv wimMshI of your city, talk was Hideosl tho foatur-- of ,, handsome widowur s.m. who took from I'onsicola, Flu., to Groat Uritnin, the ns-is located in The houe contains 4 good upstair bv It. Itolly Fri- elation, O. A WASH, Hustonville. gnostsofMr. and Mrs. J. and was intently enjoyed by itl ulB Marion Fair, nominally, and was last week, was tho first movement of tho 25 head of Jennets and 35 or 40 rooms. of the etl. , day, nn'd took in tho head of Horses mi. .ir. imvih ami rmi, iry. Hiipple-- projnili,ly roliahlo authority on tho kind for some years. Ol various kinds. Sale to take place in Mt. Steragogue.i. Mr. Joo llrooks, of BMIN, Aft inontod l'rof. Sinith'H remarks with Home pr0l,pecte of collectiiiK n nice lot of year- Sales of corn in the Held at 52, vear- ling. Catalogue seut on application. nrrived Satunlay with his mother nnd i.lwmfurciiltivntiiitliu psychological fac-- ' was htruck for lint inulod at S70 and 100 head of 1,200- ,nusUrd. A On account of continued bad health, I desire to sister. Mr. J.C. Hlnehnrt, who is now ulties, which contained .ino iinictiml Lybanon, tho oM Kentloman tloeovo.l in- poumi eattlf at :tl are reported in the sell privately my farm of 330 Acres of Hell, was hero riding doputy sheritr in ould land at a bargain, in a fine state ot fertility. points for both touchers and pupils. The to m nl)0llt 8imst)l uml tll0 youn'K pr03. UnrrodsbuiK Democrat. sell 300 acres with Improvements. Location one on business this week. Meiers. P. W. advisability of chosin editor for the pector Wll3 oir lo mako Inill,rlM nbout mile south of Stamord, and the laying of the farm W. n. Husll bonsht in Monto.nerv OF A s superb, n lhere tire all of the necessary Im. . . .. 1'arris and Charley Cox, two of tho .......,v.. If.U il.illillnJ hit 'MIuj Mi.... Uu) i tiff tfklt .,..-- . nu- . bat route lor next iliiv'snunbloa (.'), countv 1S head nf catUc. from 1.473 to Valualjlo ..Mi...vr.. .v ..,., including a Ziiaccln County Farm. provements, hall, a large frame dwelling otandfive "Angols of Commerce," honorwl our .Stuart, and resulted in the Holec'ion of ' rooms and basement barn, all promisj, to bo in enrlv. In tho Binall 005 pounds at Mr. Kor further information, apply to buildings new to 4. Col. Johnson morchnnts with wills Saturday. l'rof. Fryo. A committee was then ap- - hours of the night the hotel and anr-- ! b'ouulit Ad.nr Circuit Court UOllT. McALISTKU, Stanford. :.,. .1 S5 f.Wk.ll-- .sr H II C. HnVer. Admr with the will annexed of YV. .. James lkiiloy, of ltrodhoad, Is thumbing stifvliifiul 11 m ititn ' n.kii.niiiI. f ll... M '" , rouuilins wore ULsturbeU by tho voting -- The Leximrton trots closed veer- - I".c Williams, deed cINK., s. John V. Williams, Newland'soillco. Mrs. the wires in Mi?. Non. , Defts. next nieetini; and thea.ssociat.onadjour.i-tfdVjrfj, to obuln ftliu,ittanco, and llav. Xancv H Ulks won styled decree in the virtue three! stiffifeht Ilyrerdered of a the September aboved 1890, ofcase. Miiinrio Curtis nnd chihiron, of Somor- - oil at term, the A. v., to meet at Mjmfor at on the lho oM IIUIl WIW lirouwa (roia rof hinj: ,R.al8 ovor f,OI1,llo ..., ..r.. ,ii ltv. A. C. Nowlaud'H. Little Wihnore. Mattie H. Adair Circuit Court, I will, as Special Commiv first ! ridaynud Saturday in o,vomber.Hl0.p and inspiring dreams to tho ruiili-- ( ami aionview Hello in 0" 00H ami sioner of said Conn, on Miss Mamio Uolman, of llrodhead, ib Those who failed to attend this meeting ,,,,tion """' H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor that a large pair of glittering 0.151 Thursday, Nov. 13th, 1890, E. tho guest of M ibs Pearl Collier. w -- o .. eyes nan so coniusou ueoriro s vis' k "vr " nine n..,i t,!ki.ii..i.o niJllA "" i.i ..i llil.1 lilL I illLlt' '!4t 1I1IU U Tkaiiikks' Association. According " the premises, sell to the highest bidder at pubthings of life. ion that ho didn't know tht dill'erouco to iubonstoin & Harris, Cincinnati, at Cu auction, on a credit of of 6, 12 and 13 months, No Hotel in Kentucky has a better reputation, lie tho Lincoln Coun y to nnnouncomont, XOTRS. and its proprietor is determined that known DUiwcon premium siiori-uorami nn 4 cents. Thomas Gibson purchased of equal Installments, a etrtain Tract ot LandLincoln shall be maintained. Williams farm, lyinc ill as the Wm Teacliers' Association met Friday evening Well, "warnt it a good meeting. K.ist Tennessee ot a single James 1'. Tribble his farm of L'oO acres, Co., out he Waters of Hanging Fork andimmfdi-atel- j tho Christian church, which was Han the association more friontln. in on the pike leading troin Danville to hoof bought, of course. about 14 miles from Ilustnnville, being three miles from Richmond, for 17,500. He has recently added to its appointments specially tendered them by the Aid So- among the ladies or the gentlome'u? It the same land deeded by Wm. 1'. Williams to The oldest businessmen declare last carry out the was hard to tell looking over "that big Register. II Hudson by deed dated August 19, i83i, and ciety, and proceeded to Clerk's week tho dullest they ever know. recorded in the Lincoln J. K. and M. S. Rtughman bought olhte, towhich refereiiLeisCounty Court full deinteresting programme arranged for the audience." made for a and wheat sowing monopolized the following standard-breAcres stallions nt scription, containing 35S offered 3 Roods and 34 meeting. Altho' there were not as many The music furnished the association tho fanners, and the individuals of- - leas-urin two or infre First-Clas- s I'ole. Said land will be Livery Wood ward's sale at Lexington last week: trawls and then all together, and the bid or bids A pr6sent ns was expected, there hy Mrs. Hannah Stcgor added immenseteachers were either gathering statistics for a George Dictator IWSl', Alinont Star 474S, will be accepted and reported which realize the To accommoda'e the demands of his increased enwas no dearth of interest or lack of ly to the entertaining feature of tho of money. licit Turnouts furnished report on tho chestnut crop, or putting Ingleow 57tm, Xaboth 10010 and Lucifer largest amount time and place and upon the same transient patronage. and others. Commercial Travelers At the same meeting. tertainment, and the largo audience terms I will sell the Tract ol Land containing Hailtheir time in tlshiug. Speaking of to said or less, I low will l'rof. McClnry tho largest, perhaps, with which the asharmonize ing, it is a prominent weakness of hu- 41550. They paid an average of $423 for about 40 Acres, morellarperand conveyeddeed dated wife by Williams by A. them. M. S. Il.iughmnn also bought of Jan. 1, 1867, and W boon honored since it sociation has those "crowded seats" and "empty array manity recorded in said ollice, lying in to ride a free horso mercilessly, n Lexington party a pair of geldings for said county on the waters of Harris Fork. nn organization, lent an attentive-nes- s of benches?" This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and Ilonds required of the purchasers with good and somo subjects become yawningly $100. pe. bearing IM!r,-'4-, from date of sale and others not to trespass on our lands without fullto tho proceedings, which inclined Squire Chappell says ho will ho at the mission, as all such wilt be prosecuted to the and effect of a monotonous, after having been discussed A fair crowd attended L. F. Sharpe's havinir the force H. C. BAKER, judgment Com'r. est extent of the law. Signed: ono to think that tho wit, wisdom and next meeting to Special somo more a few hundreds of times, but it does apII. W. GAINES. J. H. McKINNKY, sale Friday, but little save a few farming oloqnenco struck oil" was not wasted on of his views. Mrs SAMKORD IRWIN, THE JOHN G. LYNN, pear that a fat'ility follows every effort implements was sold. Tho bidding was Mr. H. Leo Davis, in a Mrs ALICE TUCKER. JOS. I1ALLOU. tho desert air. Tho cornet baud made quite a demonW. A. HAMILTON. THOS. C HALL. to break old itoan in as a good hack for not fast enough for Mr. JShnrpo ami ho brief address of welcome, extended to stration and its music was much eujov-od- . REYNOLDS. PHILLIP9 Co. M LC HECK, Mrs. AI ICE I S HAL OILMAN. tlshing excursions. Tho professor's hand attempted to stir things up by making J. J. tho visitiug teachers tho courtesies and V. M. WARE is still in a sling and ho continues so bad- bids himself. This demoralized those OF STANFORD, KY., hospitalities of tho citizens,, to which Tho next time l'rof. Duvall comes wo responuou in ono promise that no "malitia" shall disturb ly oft" in memory ho is compelled to who had come with tho intention of Is now fully organized aud ready for business with Prof. W. F. McClnry open letters before it is possible for liim bllyiug and the sale was postponed in- of his happiest veins. Mrs. Annio Carrier him. - - $200,000. to decide whether 'tis his Dulcina's enh-- 1 detlnitelv The farH1 of 47 ucres as Paid up Capital of .Several of the; teachers wero conspicuthou camo forward and read an instruc- - graphy or another Williams'. Ono of taken down at $2,4:50. 13,500. Surplus, . tive cssoy entitled, "What Kducution ous for their nbsence, nninely, Messrs. the pupils returned to town, after their M. G. Weisigersold to GeorgoCogar Moans," after which Prof. McClnry took Hughes, Wolford, Hide and Allen. excursion, on crutches, and is mi- 1,220 bushels of wheat nt 90 cents. John SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL Somebody bring l'rof. Smith n lunch last up "What Wo Want to Accomplish," HANK OK STANFORD, nute in tho details of how his old cow Cowan sold his crop nt same price. in tho school at tho next meeting of tho association. boiuo of tho defects frisked round her tail in Henry's eyes There has been n good deal of complaint (Now closing up) with the same assets and under system of tho county, noticeablo in his Ask McClnry about that gesture that the same management. and kicked the pail of milk nil over cre among tho farmers on account of tho in Hy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as recent oilicial tour over tho various dis- Davis got oil' in ono of his speeches. depositors ation, tumbled over tho milk man, sat! jury done the growing wheat by 6omo fully protected as ate being held in National Indiwdiiallv & HanWs, its shareholder tricts, and Riving some idea of what is whole tlnancial system of this down on him, walked over him, almost kim, o a Hv Mr Jqk Sandidgo had to liable to the extent of the amount of their stock Tho necessary to bo done to put tho schools therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the HUSTONVILLE, KY. murdered him. Cudium plainly !" shares. It ait pint his crop tho second time, and it is amount invested in such trustee, Ac, mayfully as in bettor shape for future work. Sijuiro country was snvod this year by the as as vrrtitor admmittntbr. worth of cotton bold abroad; and fests n little incredulity wheu discussing f.,.ir,..i thllt niimi,,.r of other flei.i- - .. m m imliviilual. followed with a 523 minArc still in the Dullness ami ready to do anr- J. A. Chappell accidents, but ho hasn't been able to have to bo replanted. Advocate. To those who entrusted meir uuismcss to us tning in me unueuaicuig nne. vt e nave a lull utes' talk, in which ho took a swipe at tho McKinloy bill seeks to drive it from the mnaging the Lincoln Nation ar Hank ol stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robei while .., :.,nr.Min..i.nnv of trustees, and in- - foreign markets by tho atrocious tax on arouse many doubts that tho professor Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks and of every description. Our hearse, which is nearly I IIU llWUWJ'w'"-- rf Rev. Durant, a colored preacher, trust tliey will continue to transact their business- new can be obtained or short notice Mr. J. B. with his last uses the regulation Tho same suicidal Green has charge of cur business and will show offering as u guarantee for prompt attendinged in u little invective against wiu bagging and ties. with name Cudium who claimed to have the power to raiso tion us, same, our twenty years' experience in our goods to any one necdinir anything in our to strategic methods often resorted to by system has nearly driven our wheat and class. 15ut, doesn't tho conInr hanking and as liberal accommodations as are yon ? Thereby hangs the joke. tho dead, killed I'rimus Jones when ho sistent with sound banking. teachers to obtain certificates. After pork nnd beef from the markets of tho strike youngster nt expressed doubts as to his supernatural IjIhectoks: world. Ido was a prompt, lively him Mr. B. Leo Davis took up the thread J J. Williams Mt. Vernon; James Maxwell was hung nt Morris school, who preempted a seat at tho end powers, but failing to raiso him up again, and talked at souio length of discussiou, J. M. Hail Stanford; 111., Friday, for murder. betHo showed no of the class, which ho hold without con- tho law laid its heavy hand on tho revJ. S. Owsley, Manford ; on tho need of better Embry, Stanford; S.J. K itralandNX&VOCa signs of four and wheu tho sheritr trem- test. On an ocension it was put to tho erend fraud nnd ho now languishes in Linn. Stanford; J. rcakataa of Body aad Kind. tor schooMlxtures and better attondanco A. W Carpenter. Milledgeville; M Imn fi r zxamma us Did or Xaaa. Kentucky blingly adjusted tho noose, ho quietly class to explain tho contraction cwt. tho Columbia, S. C. jail, on a charge of Hiughman, Hustonsille; oUchool. Ho compared tho I ulsjm fUlMMD fkllr SnUrti J. K.F. Cash, Stanford; Hslwl. hand went up, his fingers snapped: murder. trflfifcmwu(,KiMTiuneMM7riRnotlMfr Jt J. system of popular education with that of remarked: "Brace un, old man, you are Ido's TBUTSssniTSMMas sm a ma, Gooch, Stanford, Ky. William imnwr isasw hush LaGrippo is getting its grip again on twUry frwioauus u4 CkutrtM.'ITiAi tZ know it, I know itl" Ho couldn't S. H. Shanks, President. the Northern States, and wound, up by much more troubled about this thing "I rnrMi. "! ma Jfih J. U. Owsley, Caihler. so impatient was bo lor it to many people all over tho country. ww; wvrriu.WtH. J stand still, RUHMh saying that be hoped tho con. con. would than I am." j POSTED. I :... , ij n niH.unuig..u.n p 6t-- tf i HI I til y ,. FOH. S.SX33. o Ail-,.- Uil-JI- I 1 V le 1 $-- 37-.- m FOR SALE 1 1 : I ,..,. conn-Smit- - For Sale Twenty Lois ole-Ka- m- - lv o 61-i- FARM FOR SALE. So-- tf 54-- tf tlp-to- e j ,., e, j broad-bask- e j Vnnh-iugto- n, , jj, :. 1 1 Sla-vi- ns - ', 1 Farm For Salo. 30- -t mou-tlrosilio- s - ,... ... ... ,.XH-nti0- on Farm Por Sal. J 6j-t- f .. ir j ' Ji.Iilj, Nurseries. eserv-tlui.- IM-nold- s , t 1 -. FOR S-ffJC- 1W-villo- 1 ' I hd t. r, -, 1 Pisbiic Sale of Stock. r, Lit-m- ar j ' . (creI car-m- 400-poun- d pha-to- ' it' rt-v- e n I ' 37-'- n 2SOT7SE I FOE KS2TT Huston-vill- s i 11, o- sj-j- m "to-do- " ' j bee-lin- o td m JAUih -' Commissioner's Sale blue-gras- s ' j M 1X1 - T ,,,. ...... n 1 1 . 48-i- , 1 1 1 the1yershouse '" v - f IlLTl J - 11 1 tow-hea- Hus-touvil- le, Corn-cuttin- g Pool and EilliardjParlors Stable d o l6-enm- o POSTED. "ex"-trihut- o 65-t- d Farmers Bank&Trnst j do-taili- J. T. SUTTOIT CO ?300,-000,00- 0 I -- I jug-ba- it 6a-- tf school-house- s, FOR MEN i -- js rna "rt . .. un i , . .Vj ??, Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal OcrronEuCl, 1890 Stanford, Ky., W. F. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Congress, JA3IES is. ifc Mccreary. H r I S If I m H ' lim m m R.7 . i - t ,'fev-. v - r A cakkki'l survey of the congressional chances convinces tho New York Herald that the democratic majority in the next Houso will be IS at the lowest calculation. It docs seem that after the disgraceful record made by the party in power during tho last session of Congress, there should bo no dilllculty in the A Hiiro rotmtuln of (Ml. democrats carrying the next House, but A forty quart shot was thrown into the rads aro mighty warv ami will use boodlo nnd every other fraudulent the Gibson well nt Wildwood recently with dire results. This well, owned by means to thwart tho will of the people. the Bridgewator Gius company, hius reKvery democrat should see to it that his cently changed into a gnsser and was vote is cast for honesty and good gov- shot to open up tho oil product. The otyect was attained, but the casing was ernment at the approaching election. The Junction JCity meeting of the broken by tho concussion, nnd for twenty-fdemocratic executive committee of the NEWS CONDENSED our hours it was impossible- to shut 11th district, resulted in the unanimous in tho large volume of oil. shooting with , Tho Lexington running races begin such no nination of E. J. Howard, of Middles-boroterrific force as to throw it out over tho short- to day. for Congress. Owing to the top of the fifty foot derrick. The Minnesota has, 1,300,017 souls, an output since the agitation U estimated ness of tho time intervening between increase of oOilJH. Iwtrrels an hour, fifteen of at thirty-fivand tho election and the extent of now Eleven persons c ommitted biiieide which is a total lovs. On approaching territory composing the district, he will in one day last week in Paris. the well tho oil descends in n shower no: be able to seethe voters in person, estab- and every tree, bush and shrub within a Of the 4,427 new him as a but the committee commends radius of 100 yilrds is covered with a lished this year, Kentucky has 109. Bound democrat and a man that is right The large Fulton street planing mill coating of oil. Tho greater part of the fluid, however, is thrown into tho field, upon all the questions now dividing the in Louisville was burned, entailing a loss whence it runs in a small rivulet to the parties. AVo appeal to you, says tho of 13,000. creek bolow. nnd can lx traced as far a committee, to go to the polls on Nov. 4 Three murderurs are booked to the Allegheny river. Cor. Pittsburg and cast your votes for him, and thereby hang in the, Ohio penitentiary, Friday Commercial Gazette you will vote lagainst the. iniquities of morning. the Force bill ami the McKinley.bill. The republicans in the 0th district Pill lit fd Shirt I'm nt. Tho latent reliable fashion news from have named Alex Bruce, of Lewis, for is sometimes meted out with a Justice Paris notifies us that hand painted dress rapidity that should always characterize Congress. Tho census returns give Pennsylva- shirta are to bo tho exceptionally elpgaut it. Indiana furnishes an example that tiling tor tlie coining K'uson. 1 hesu deother States would do well to emulate. nia a population of 3,24S,574, an increase liriously original devices of fashion nre Friday night Ernest Harris robbed a of S)05,03. to Ihj decorated in designs appropriate The Pennsylvania railroad has abol- to the wearer's tastes or practices. Now Albany man. He was .arrested the tho candy thus in full dress will samo night and taken to Jellersonville. ished that chronic nuisance, butcher and newsboy. display upon his manly bosom a water The grand jury being in session he was The total vote oi Idaho was only color drawing of a regatta or tho portrait nt once indicted and his. trial' had. By of his favorite craft; the devotee of doga of 4 years had been 1S.00S, a grent deal less than one of Ken10:30 A. M. a sentence will have his front elevation embellished tucky's Congressional districts. passed on hi in and at 11 ho. was in the with canine designs instead of diamoud ManufacturThe Blankenship-Blak- e penitentiary and had donned the stripes. studs; the horseman will wear horse ing Co., of Dallas, Tex., has made an as- races or stable on his starched That's tho way to make crime odious. signment, with liabilities of linen, and in a similar style each indiThe Pullman Palace Car Co. earned vidual hobby, fad or characteristic inTuc republicans of the 0th district on the Farm- SS,S00,901 tho past year, $',',31)8,131 being dulgence of tho man of fashion may, at tried to get in their work his pleasure, mirror itself to the world ers' Alliance by meeting before break- net. Theuumber of cars operated is as n legitimate part of his outfit. Philafast on the day that body was to assemAccording to Porter, Texas has delphia Record. ble at Vanceburg, and nominating a can1 population, an increase of didate which they called "the nominee No Stuiillpox In IrHmxl. and Tennessee 1,703,723, increase of the Alliance for Congress." But the Not a single death from smallpox was 221,304. farmers aro not all fools by a jngfull and registered in Ireland last year. From The Columbia made the passage this scourge, when they met later in the day, they deat all event.", "tho distress(1 from New York to Southampton in ful country" appears to bo gradually nounced nnd repudiated the nomination days, 15 hours and 23 minutes, the fast- freoiug itself. Over the last ten yonrs and intimated to the republican trf est time on record. tho average annual number of deaths that they could get along without In Kansas two U. S. judges decided was 130. but this average is duo to tho their dictation or assistance. that the State prohibitory law, so far as mora serious Ptate of things prevailing m Uio early stages or tne tiecado. binco n tho sale of liquor in original packages is . O. O. S., tho i icc uii'iu mm itiiiv iut' year in Washington correspondent, lias concerned, is null and void which tho number of deatlis from smallThe telegraph and electric wires got pox was us high as fourteen been taking a tour of Indiana to see how That was tho political land lays and after careful crossed in Boston Sunday night and tho in 1887. In 18S5 there wero but four investigation he thinks that the demo- former were destroyed, cutting tho city deaths from Htnalliox registered in Ireland: in 1SS0. two; in 1SS1 t hero was crats will carry tho State on the 4th. oil entirely from the outside world. Mrs. Sarah Wahl, who was in the only one: in 1SSS there wero three, and, State ticket is almost The democratic 18S9 thoro was not suroof election while we will get 8 and Falls City Hall on the night of the terri- as abovo stated, m one. London News. perhaps 9 congressmen out of the 13. ble cyclone in Louisville, has just died To do this, however, earnest and per- from her injuries, making the 77th vicI:iiif;er from Klectrlc Pain. sistent effort will have to bo put forth tim. E. S. Bingham, of Pineville, was An accident has just occurred in Georgia which shows tho necessity of till the las't hour. tried in the United States Court at Lou- tho guard which is now generally fixed o in the The recount of the votes isville on the charge of obstructing the over the ventilating fans worked by elec- 1. i ir n election gives Thomas, the republi- enusoi jusucu uy :..i;...;.lnti.. n "iiiicrn, tnc minors. ml manager or tne iiHiiiiiuiiuuK a majority of 140 for gineoring department of an electric light can candidate, acquitted. W. S. Knott, Esq., formerly of Leb. works had been suierintending tho mayor. The vote was by the Australian plan, which tho Commonwealth has so has received the democratic uoiui-- ' ting in of a new exhaust fan. nnd was its i first trial As ho was feel- long claimed would produce wonders nation at Los Angeles, Cal., for the of-- ! fashioned viva voce fire of superior judge a position w .i.:j, ing the shaft to see if tho journals were for good. Tho old tho huction Anyf h,s nml ,n is good enough for U3. The secret bal- corresponds to that of circuit judge in un lnstnnt it W118 cut off between the He is a nephew of Gov wrjst nnd the elbow. Tho fan was re- lot is a delusion and a snare. A man Kentucky. too cowardly to let the world know how Knott. volviug nt tho rato of 1,000 revolutions a he votes is unworthy of the right of sufThe Cincinnati Southern's shops at minute, and it is said that tho arm was frage. Ludlow eeem to be doomed. Tho third cut off ns clean as if it had been done by H,v !.. tl.nro Tlinreilnv B KnllC UetrOll XS0W8. says that Old Virginia .!,. John S. Wise will give a democratic majority this year night, creating a loss of $50,000. The 1'reparlng for Winter. round-housA real estate dealer who missed a numanywhere from 30,000 to 00,000. The paint shops, a part of the Force bill, the seating of the negro some cars and n huge tank were either ber of signs ho had planted in tho northeastern part of tho city took a Bcout Langsdon and tho numerous other mis- destroyed or ruined. Town Marshal Vogelsong was foully among the inhabitants, and in ono back republicans in Congress takes of the Thursday yard ho found no less than twenty differhave made the State as near solidly dem- assassinated at Falmouth ent "For Sales," several of thorn bearing ocratic as Bho can get. He thinks it a night. He had been pretty severo on his own, "Apply to ." When ho unis supposed that good time for republicans like himself to law breakers and it dertook to recover his property, however, go a flshiag and remain till his party some of thosa he had arrested did tho a Polish woman set a dog on him nnd Oscar and Archie ran him off, accompanied by an exclacowardly deed. learns some sense. Downard are under arrest and excite- mation which seemed to interpret: Judge Russell, of Lebanon, is not ap- ment runs high. "If my husband was only hero he'd preciated in the 4thdietrict. He only A Now York Herald's Washington teach you- better than to come around got 800 votes in a total of S.500 and car- dispatch says tho president has resolved trying to steal tho firo wood wo'vo lnid rying Marion alone by a small majority. upon three things: He will call an ex- up for tho winterP Dotroit Frco Pres.s The judge ought to have known better tra Bession of Congress early in NovemScimutliliii; Noir to Coniputu fur. thanto have subjected himself to such ber; will name Attorney General Miller Dink Melvin, a veteran flshorman on a test of his standing and popularity. as Justice Miller's successer on tho su- tho waters adjacent to Albany, is conIndianap- preme bench, and will appoint Solicitor sidered tho most export bateau paddler Some timo ngo a fellow from in this section. Ho offers to wnger $100 General Taft attorney general. olis was around offering a wonderful Engineer John BuriiH, of tho Lake that in tho swiftest current ho can paddlo Webster's dictionary for an ad. A good Shore and Michigan Southern, when a boat eighteen inches widobotween two posts nineteen inches npart. Cor. Atmany of our contemporaries bit at tho near Silver Creek, as he rounded a curve lanta Constitution. wo should like to know if they bait and freight car across Don't all speak at once. discovered a wrecked were caughti A War Ship In Hooier Water. the track. As it was impossible to stop, Tho United States war ship Michigan leaking out Burns pulled tho throttle of his engine Thkrk ia another scandal is in port on a recruiting trip. She carin Secretary Noblo'a department. It is wile open, sanded the rails and with the ries 110 men and boys. Tho boat was in the general land oflico this timo and speed of lightning carried his train tliro' built in 1614, and the iron in her was tke prospect are that' Commissioner the car and saved himself and passen- hauled overland to Pittabnrg with ox Groff will oon be asked to step down gers, the latter showiug their apprecia- teams. She ia still good for several 'asdout. A nice kettle of fish, to be sure. tion by raising a purse of $400 for him. years. Indianapolis SentineL . sin-el- s e post-olliee- After n three days nml nights' Bi'ssion Congressman Dickurson was teil in the fith district, on the :V)th ballot. Tho candidates besides him were Messrs. Hnllam, Kerry and Applepato. The latter was dropped on the :0Sth ballot and tho 310th stood, 32 votes for each of tho three other candidates. A number of ballots were taken with the sitne result, when I)ickerotYsnaino was withdrawn. It leqtiired 49 votes to nominate and Kerry and Hallam both got 43J on the next ballot. After a recess, aid finding ho could not win himself, Hallam'a forces brought out Dickerson again and ho was nominated by a good Berry was the strongest majority. man before the convention and would have been nominated but for tho combination of Dickerson and Hallam. enThere was a goodfdeal of gendered of course and if this kind of business keeps up, the Gth district, which has been so reliably democratic, will become debatable ground. TiiKRRdiol at Monndsville, W. Va., last week, n man who deserves more than n passing mention. His name was Charles Brandon and no man ever obeyed more fully tho injunction to increase and multiply than he. He was thrice married. His lirtt wifodied early in tho action, after giving birth to two children. After a reasonable season of mourning, Mr. Brandon m.irried again and his second wife, after presenting him with IS sons and daughters, went hence to her reward. Mr. Brandon was now past, three scoro and ten, but feeling about as young as ho used to be, ho laid siege to the heart of a maiden of sweet sixteen, and although he was 75, she gracefully She also Yielded and became his wife. went jnto the infantry industry and when, last of all, the 6kl man died at IX), she had 13 children to show for her work. Of the 35 children, thus accounted for, 17 served in the Union army and are now all drawing pensions, no doubt, like all good patriots should. i At:iMliiiitlon by Llglitiiliii; l'limli. Saturday night about l o'clock n fear- ful Etonn was raging nt Alpine, Tex. Samuel Taylor was seated at a tnblo playing cards with three others. Suddenly there was a lightning Hash, a loud report, and Taylor, gasping nnd bleeding, fell from his clmir. The night ojxjrator uttered a cry of pain, nnd he, too, fell. It was found that Taylor was dead, he having received fifteen buckshot under tho left nna Tho operator was also badly wounded. Fivo shots had entered the small of his back. A Mexican had also one of tho bullets in his shoulder. Tho nssnsMn fired from a window, and both barrels of his gun aro supposed to Have been emptied at onco. Two years ago Taylor killed Passenger I ess" thanConductor Server at Valentino, on the Southorn Pacific The killinu created the wildest excitement among tho railroad men. as Server was very popular among trainmen throughout tho state. At the time of the killing Taylor's right eye was shot out. About eighteen months ngo he was hot at through a wind6w with a Winchester rifle in the Haymakers' saloon at Galveston. Tox., and barely escaped death. No arrests have thus far been made, nnd tho murderer is unknown. It is presumed that somo friend of Server took this method of nvenging his death. The ojorntor's wounds are considered fatal. The Mexican will alio die. Cor. St. Lotus Republic. THERE WILL BE NO ADVANCEMENT In prices with us, despite the fact that THE M'KINLEY TARIFF BILL Kinley Bill was thou ght of. Our speculations have been so extensive that additional warcrooms had to be secured for the storage of our immense purchases. This means that Mca ns an increase of 25 per cent. on the cost of all Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shocs&Jlats, Caps, Trunks, Carpets, $'c We are prepared, or jitsb such an cmcrgcncu, having speculated largely and bailing hea villi at even the old standard, of prices which, ruled the market before the Jfc Low Prices Will Ever Prevail ad-- , And that our motto of "Low Figures, Quich Returns" will bo strictly hered to as Ion o as there s a. dollar s worth of goods m our house. $Jf-.7-5 OBSERVE OlTB SPECIALS FOR THIS WE Eh':-- -. Men's Overcoats at $2.50, worth $6; Men's extra, long Chinchilla. Overcoats at worth $7.50; Men's heavy Overcoats in blue and brown $0, worth, $0.50; Men's light Melton Overcoats $S. 50, worth, S12.50; Roys' Overcoats' S J. 5, worth So; Boys' Cave Overcoats $2. 75, worth. 6. hi tke whole town uou, could nobjind a, more animated, scene than that presented, a,l our store these October days. What is the reason .' Jt is because our prices are the lowest. Don't forget to get as many chances as possible on that handsome Plush Parlor Set which will be given await Chrisimas wccli. THE Doclors.Vttcntion. LOUISVILLE HI. STORE SAI,IXGIK, Hlauajjcr. -- ! Main Street, Stanford, Ky, s On motion of J. A. C'happell it was ordered that a phjsician for thu paupers hu appointed in ouch magisterial precinct of Lincoln couutv and the allowance for The Old Reliable Jeweler in the Lead. the medicd services are not to exceed e the following named sums: Stanford " 1" the largest and precinct $150; Turnersville $70, Huston-vill" V E . ' Highland BllSCSISltl ' $S0; Crab Orchard $100; 39. M0ST $70; WaynesburgSlPO; Walnut Flat fV Hubble $50. This order is to be published in four issues of the I.vtkiiior Jot nnd the county judge and coiint M" i i n h.. x - t smr clerk are directed to receive bids from ever shown in Stanford at prices the physicians from this dnto to October as low an the lowest. 25, 1M)0, and make contractB with the phyieian in each precinct offering the Remember that I have one of the best watch-makerin the State, lowest bid, which nre not to exceed the who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to amounts named. The magistrates of the Kngraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old who send jobs to the city. ?uveral precincts aro to determine gold and silver taken at matket price. Your trade and 'work is solicB. Cooriwit, ti. aie paupers. Clerk Lincoln County Court. ited and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. gA. tt R. 1 Penny mmBsmk fePTS-1 vm iWj complete stock s IMJNNY. (540,-47- Tho Cifsarian operation was performed on a woman in Philadelphia by Dr. Ashton, who succeeded in saving both tho mother and the child. New York, C'hic.nro and Philadelphia each show oer a million of inhabitants. Including these there are 2S ciS. with over 100,000. Lou ties in the ivlMe being the IMh, with Ml .WO - H.4e.4 RUPLEY, - - h. T l. TITm !..) I taCaP- ixt Courier-Journal- 's well-know- ui-ci- Tlilv popular remedy never fultit to Cffuctuufljr rum Ms SOLD .J--l- Is Receiving His Pi FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranteed. Give him a call. .GO TO. Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Headache, Biliousness And all tlisonsps arising iVoin r Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion. Tlio natural rcinlt Is roix! niiputKo nnd nolld flesh. Hone Mini j uieuut-- y kiiur rciuted mid vit? IomiuIIuhi 1 1 EVERYWHERE. A. A.WABEEN'8 "MODEL. GROCERY" Cov-ingt- mxiuu. iK'J-'.- tf F 1?-- .. 1 ! ' no m en-an- d $$& s-zj- ti:? put-ano- n, ftSEWfcC To ci.ro fefelv ko fatajftx .SABWF ii.uunPM ' !. lie i.ikip, lrntl- patlcn.Ma'irli, J,ip lnri'hm: . tho n(o nn.l ct urn re.noly, i Mrii5 For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. S8 f mikmX Vhv thpSM,VM.N!z'(t0littlcl!enn8tntlio butlui tiikv Ann tiic shiht cosvlmext. bu Itiktslo tor i. II M?a ($2 r K&k .,...-.,- HIGGINS e, nor Iloltlc. J'rlco of pillicr Mzo, 2.1c. .Vti. JJI'KINNEY ifCrtariUairs). J.F.SMITH a.C3."krr.cfiiiLt:i'.r.A.vs,"ST.lO'JIS MO. KiSSINSaLK? I'THtf-ooiuvu- iri PANJ-- HIZE. Are headquarters for BiHiixmrii"i'iJ".um,m' 4 Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Salt, Limo, dlo. Uuy the Oliver Chill or Hamilton Steel Plow and you will make no mistake. No plow is equal to those no WMT SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUCHS COLDS Plows ! Plows 1 Plows ! - SCOTT'S CURES CONSUMPTION plow ever had the run that the Oliver has. Kvery plow warranted to do good work, or no sale Ask your neighbor. TO THE PUBLIC. 1 would rnpectfully inform my old Incndi and cuttotners thit I am again at work ut my profes-io- n ami would be pleated to riceive any work in XTotioo. The Lincoln .National Hank of Sunford, Kr , is clo.lnK up In affair. All noteholder, aull utlicri havniK claimi aKain.t (aid A.ioclalion are herrl.v to pretent the noies and claim, aentnit lllieu th e Aitociatlon for payment M 6od J OWSLEY, Cashier. Wasting Diseases - the '.v.u- - of Wonderful Flesh Producer. Many lmvo gained one- ponud por day bv its use. Scott's Emulsion is not a secret romedy. It contains tho stimulating properties of tho Hypophos-- E lutes nnd puro Norwegian Cod liver Oil, tho potoncy of both being largely increasod. It is used by Physicians all over tho world. OOTT A BOWNC, Chemists, N.Y. Watch, Clock or Jewelry Repairing. Alio repairing Sswins Maclunei. Gum, TiitoU, Lock, &.c. All - "Work Noatly and Promptly Dono And Warranted by THOMAS RICHARDS, Stanford, Ky. llootn up stain, Odd Fellows' building, entrance j8-- tf next doer ly poU-ufric- c. OLD EEEWERFQRD HOTEL. HUSTON VI LLE, KY.. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all DriiftoMs, B, I have removed my office to my residence, oppo tite Female College, where I will be found at all iA HUGH REID. timei. I MOVE D P. W.I GREEN, - . Proprietor. I Havins Icated the above hotei,:jefitted,and I am prepared to accommodate the Livery and Sample Room, attached. tj.m mw 1 lBrej5pp InteriorJouiml Ky., - .M41"PJU.UiW U H ffff "V Si7rn Semi-Week- FiiESit ly cir load of salt just received nt Murk Hardin's. 8TANFOHD, Ocroiitilt 2 1 , Don't fail to see our fur capea, cloaks, 1890 Ac. Sovoranee A Sou. Miss I.ucii: Bi;.u;y wanta to iik.nt, not well bur residence. B.O.WAL,TON, MEANS I3U. MnnaRor BUSINESS. !.. I warranted. A. It. Penny. and for HloiinsT price paid for chustiuitB Tiixburtt jtlnco to lmy drupi, patent Jou S. niedicint'H and toilet articles in at A. R. e the I'orttnnn llotibo. Cn'tnrln cures Coltc, Coatlpntlon, "CantorlaUso well adapW to children that Sour Stomach, Dlarrhn'n. Knictntlon, Penny'fi. Jones. I recommend itassupcriurtoany prescription Kills Wonns, gUua fclwp, and jiromotcs di Uuy your Bcliool books, ink, tablets, CONSTITUTIONALC0NVENTION. H. A. Anciitn, 31 D., known to mo."' ctation, I09T, tho last day of tho Baptist Assopaper, pencilB and school mipplieH of all Withe out Injurious medication. Yot'u attention is called to tho card Brooklyn, N, Y. Ill So. Oxford St., F. 1J. FeJutld. of L.iwrplieilinrfr. enn kinds from A. It. 1'enliv. silver fork, with a black of .Mre. 15. .1. Tnuner, in our advertising ciation here, a Tnis Ckntaur CoMi'isr, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. thread tied around it. Finder will please of A. M. Fel.'ind, of this county, has columns. PERSONAL POINTS. petitioned the Isidy against the mention return to me. Mrs. It. K. Harrow. of tho diviniiy in the preamble of the I) Kntuiti: is quite ill. La inns', .Men's mid Children's ('tutor .Mu. M. I wii.i, return from the city Thursday new constitution, drawing the lino be It. Wilkinson, of Liberty, wns in vonr in ribbod and II it goods. Svur-uncH. with a large line of the latest styles in tween the civil ami religious. A Son. town Saturday. After taking in the horso races at hats and bonnets, ljulies call and ex, MlSS 1H.IU It.V Al.TbllKI.KII, of Foil Sai.il Three shares building and amine my stock. Mrs. Katie Flkin. Lexington the con. con. resumed, its in visitnik' Mrs M. Salinger. Loan Association stock of the original tiresome on the liill of Hiidits. Mits 1Jknki)IitS'i,ii.so, of lbauon, Kiixki). Win. Faubush, a Garrard which has been issue. A. A. Warren. going on for over two i is vMtiujj her father. Col. T. 1'. Hill. county farmer, was thrown from his weeoks. It is estimated tlmteach speech Miss Mattik Vaxuhvkku went to Tin: "Citin Club" pronounces our load horse Saturday afternoon, from which yesterday to spend sevurul weeks. ed shells the best over in this market. he sustained injuries that caused his has cost the State 5200, which is $00 more than n majority of them are worth. JimxikJ.S. Kf.smiiiK, of Soumrmt, is Try them. Higgins . McKinnoy. deatli the same ninlit. visiting his diiiik'hter, Mrs. J. V. AlThe plant of tho w F. M. Waiu: desires us to say lie will Crab 'Orchard Turn-pikcorn. Tin: Dan villo Manufacturing Co., in the Tennessee Co. having served an injunction on Mia. G. W. Bhon.u'oii has koiio to eorUdnly prosecute all parties, black or white, found trespassing on his farm, so the directors of tho Stanford it Logans penitentiary, was burned; loss 2"",000. spuuil it week with her son, U. (I. A. M. Pence bought n ;iyear-olbay beware. Creek pike, to prevent them from going filly by Count Wilkes, dam" by WoodMit. Hiiikbt Hroitiis left last niht for Yont tnxes must be mid during the to work, tho lattor threaten to indict ford Mumbrino, nt the Lexington sals And Full of the Best Goods on the Market. We are still Sole Hot SpriiiKH, with the hope of ;ettinrid month of October. I'nless they are 0 the former and also sue them for dam- for55.tt). J. P. Crow bought a yearling of a bud case of rheumatisui. ages. per cent, will be added on Nov. 1. T. I). by Sultan, dam by George Wiikes for Agents for the Celebrated Mils. Jambh Mu.niiix, MJkh Nannie Nowhiiid, SheritL History. Hon. F. F. Ilobbitt is now 5300. Walter ami Mr.J. A. Walter spent SunSomi: measly scoundrel threw a rock soliciting subscriptions for his History of day with relatives in Danville. NKW ADVKUTISKMKXTS. which will contain J. S. Owi.i:, Jk, luturued Saturday through one of the large window glass of tho United States, 000 paea and be sold at the low price of from Nashville, where he hud been to the post'Otllco, Friday night, breaking Also a Large Assortment of it badly. We will give 510 to know 5"--'. Ho wivs it is going like hot cakes. intend the iiinmum- - of a friend. Some sample pages will be given in our Miss.Mauy Koihnhox, lowly both In positively who did it. WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, HavinRrpiriveil a NFW and I 1.1 f.AN'T LINE next. person and character, was visit I in; her oflallatiil Winter Millinery, ami c urrtl the It ut.BoAO Mk.v. Cnllnnd see tho flu niit- lilt"T!" " old schoolmate, Mrs. W. M. llriglit. lion. it. u M Kinncv "il vie ii,it) to cull it lower lahe of In all Grades. Heavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard Attiintion hintkiis. ruom of watch onsen ost and chemist eranua Hotel. iYjI I ............, , Im nt ii t nu' . a Miis. John S. May, of Somen-!Wi spent ever Introuurwi Here. grnuus oi ,"j tint tttt lilialt MR1" J.TAVNTR, Screwed. a fuw days with her parents hero, Ust '? Como to headiiuartors for MiKinnc). Ky prirt'B and ' "correct. niowmentsat week, un route to join hor husband at L'liarniiteod. at W. It. Mcltoberts'. Tlio hrtm-- aii.l imiule loading guns, powdor c& I'm uk fort. OR SALE. shot and loaded shell, at low prices for Jowoler. A Mono the visiting lawyers here Goodyear Welts, in fact almost everything needed in cash, without any new tariff duties add The Heme and Lot of i4'f Acre on the lan-lll- Hand-TurneTkrkk paetctigcr engines were dis ed. W. H. Mcltobe rta. tkr, rme mile from Stanford, nw upied wer .MetsarH. W. O. ISrndlev, C. by Mr K I hurmotul. It it ll ini).roed h the Boot and Shoe line. 1'. Ilobbitt and Win. pitched to Jrllico ynctorday to IuH tho C. Williams, 1 fine on hird, KKd gat'Vn and witer publishwl over As tho "Game Law," Mils I'ANMF. Dl XS. ';t three trains of Pullimtns bmring thb llerndou. - the signatures of svrral gentlemen in MisHHs Ji:n.mr Kmd mid IWIIb Cook, forwigd iron mid steel men to Middle23 ftlrewrs, a dining cur our bvit two istus, has created consider- arcotntNinied by Mr. li. (.'. Wnllott, iit boro. Iltnkes or Miuday in Lexington with Mih iJoltte ml two bwgwige cars .tocxrry the party. able talk, Hon. H. C. Warren dosires us MKXEFEC. -... t,n ti not Joes not include tho Personalty, Crop & F&rming Im a.c sixr. tn Williams ami other rvUtivw. Gov. MiCkhaky will spenk hero next ,HJ,111,iary j.iveI,t unUKjstiu, owners of the plements. Mu. ami Miis. M. I'. KLKi.vloft Friday, o'clock, ,ma withjn u 6iKllwl tho ,)eti,ion for its , Saturday nflernoon, 25th, at will tell tlie highent hidder at my residences the former for a short vUu to friends in is proiMuio wu iiw pruiuoiuu.i milet west of Stanford on mM. ,l0e.s it give a lion Lexington, the Utter fur Citicinnali, to ami ii opponent will be on hand mid speak nl on the gun, dog, Ac, but required that The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Tu3Sdv.y, 2Tovcm!jor 13th, 1520, increase hor btock of millinery. l wckeil. so. Lt tho old all flues shall be worked out, if not paid Mit. N. J. Smith, who liros in .Mitou-r- i The following proper t : Gov. McCrenry 1ms many thinne to toll or replevied. There is nothing in tho SASH, LIMIBER, now, is back to attend tho Mart Smith you harneu, tltt it will bo of value ami interest act which provonts any of the gentlemen I'ifteen Kmd facMuIm, uwldle a. Ijrood herc, DOORS, i pair ol work Jrm! for the inunler of Oc Smith, which to hear. Bead of NKW YOKK CATTI K, if named in it from giving their consent IILXNKS, SHINGLES, SIDING, be set for next Tuesday. will likely if itot old before day nf talc ; Klias Wkhh, one of tlm Cnibtruo gang for hunters to enter their promises, if 1'ire nice yearllnc Stcara, 7 fat Heifers, 8 good Mins Nkttik Wiiw returned Snttinluy (.k of Milk Cows. Calvw. 1 Hull. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. who was bunch o( ilwi, :i nice lot of Shoals; niht from a visit to her sister, Mrs. J, of counterfeiters, six years in sentI, to tho they see fit. Forty aire of Corn, ti stacks of pure Timothy IMS seems ' T. Lynn, in Louisville. Miss lieorviu re- penitentiary for llav, 51m Locust I'ostt, I'armms Impletnents; MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. WOVEN FENCE. t be again in for it. Ho was arrested One handsome new Surrey and Harness I'hoe- mained and will stay perhaps till Christtn. Household and Kitchen Kurnuute. several ditvs ago, near his old haunt Dave Collier ami Mrs. Annie Jen- Terms made known on day of sale mas. We carry a full stock of everything found in a .Mrs K.I!. JONES. Mits. J. J. McHonkmits spent a around Shelby City, and is now before nings, n widow of lit years, were married .Mil and The tlo' at Kowland Saturday. w days with Miss Dnlliti, at nanirhters the L. S. court in Louisville. tortives claim to have him dead to rights Dr. W. P. McClure, late of Junction College. Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Vando-vee- r Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract Citv, is to marry MissMtttie Berkeley, of huvu recently been to hue Miss fur another term. Lexington, Nov. I. His first wife was Miss for building. Nannie. SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. Finkd. Marshal Newlnnd lpdgodJosh S. Mit. V. F. Kamsky received informa- Dye, Bufe Wren, Hill Mratton and Kico Hattie, daughter of Mr. II. 0. Farris, of tion that another boy had IiIusmhI tint ltilev in jail Saturday for drunkenness this place. Miss Fttio Junius and Mr. Jesso B. union of Mr. ami Mrs. Ixmis II. Itanisey, nud disorderly conduct and they spent Litsey, of Harrodsburs, are to lie married OF LOUISVILLE, nt Lexington, and went ovor Sattuday to Sundtiv meditating over tlio vanities of Oct. 28, and the prospective bride honors heo hi in. thu world, the llesh and the devil. YesWatch Inspector L. & X. R. R., dealer in Jrix.i: M. C. Saiflky is Ixick from terday they were before Judge Carson, an old sweetheart in his ollice with an Offers the Safest and Host ?ro5tab!e Wyoming, in excellent health ami de- who let them oil' with a line of 55 oaeli invitation. rPJ.t Miss Florence Briscoe Wells, of nrri-- n lighted to be in Old Keutucy again. It and a reprimand. (hvonsboro, the pretty little artist who INVESTMENT is not generally known that he was nom TniKVits continue to get in their work was connected witli tho Feninlo College inated by the democrats for one of the Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. here for n short time, is to become a In the market. district judgships of Wyoming, at the in the Hanging Fork bridge neighbor ' wife on the 30th. Mr. Ben M. Brazenl Into election, despite his protests, and hood. Judge Stephen Hurch is tho last he whs voted for even after ho had to sutler. Some bacon and most of a is the fortunate gentleman and ho is althat Wo join tho young jvositively averted that he would not hog just killed went to feed tho thiov so of Owonsboro. (Stanford, Ky.) lady s many friends hero in wishing hor Every Dollar Secured by First I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. Wo expect to hear quahfv if elected. His friends would lug scoundrels. not tako "no," however, but supported shortlv of somlK)dy getting his head a long life of unalloyed happiness. Lien on Improved Real htm anyway ami came very near elect- shot oil'. The people of that section have A UIG DEATHS' DOINGS. Estate. stood nil they care to. ing him. William Hotiten, of near McKinney, Record died Friday of typhoid fever, lie was A sci.iiuii.mt ill the CITY AND VICINITY. Siva there were II arrests for drunken-- ' a son of.f.Mr. W. U. Hotiten ami was an Just fcreived. Fiikhii Fish Thursday nnd Saturday nss herecountv court dav. The truth is exceptionally moral young man. Twslvo (12) Por Coat. Dividend had enough so there is no necessity for ot M. F. F.lkin it Co.V. Mrs. Alice Strauh Johnson, wife of Jlfacca-ron- if Declared and $3,011.00 Surprevarication. There were two arrests, Mr. W. W. Johnson, died Saturday nt HloiiKYrcasli price paid fur hides and a white man and a negro. We would ci'llrt, Ox plus tho first year. 1ih limstfs ft llsiiiiil ii.Anil "PiiMII U. lISSil IIVI UUIUU IIW UIWU ICIIU.UUH, Co. furs. M. F. F.lkin snidest to tho scribe that it would ho poisoning. Sho had sulfered intensely French Peas. 3T"A beautiful line of Plain and Fancy Candies; Glasstimothyseed at Hig- better for him to follow George Wash- for about 10 days, but a shortwhile beXkw ware in new designs; Oueensware and Tinware. ington's examploand Grover Cleveland's fore her death she becamo unconscious gins & McKinney's. advice in this as well as all other mat- and remained so until tho end. Mrs. Call and see me. No charge for .showing goods. Paid-U- p Foil Kent. The desirable cottage on ters. Stock Sold During Johnson was n daughter of Mr. and Main Btreet in which wo now reside. a October Tin: Somerset court closed at midnight Mrs. 1. Straub ami was a devout memLicclo O. lieazluy. Share. of 1 days, ber of the Methodistchurch. Sho leaves Saturday, after a busy session Wiiii.k driving Friday tho horse of during which court was held till after 10 besides her husband, live children, who Mrs. James Hiutt became frightened and o'clock nine of the nights. Six men will sadly miss a mother's tender care, started otf at a lively gait. He ran for a were sent to tho penitentiary, including Her remains were brought here and af-M. Price, for the murder of Shiplett, fciran appropriate service by Uev. T. J. considerable distance, but Mrs. Hiatt Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass, Wall succeeded in jumping out and no doubt seven years, nnd Thomas and Charles Godbey, Sunday, weru interred in Bulla- three years each lo Cemetery. Tho buggy was Jones, father and son, avoided f.ital injury. Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, for killing Bud Ting. There was a hung completely demolished. Jewelry and Silverware. CHURCH AFFAIRS. jury in the cases of Doolm and Copo for Entrance Fee and 60 cents a month. Uadi.y Hukt. George T. .Mcltoberts killing younn Watson, who disturbed a Gen. Green Clay Smith will hereaftells us that while in Cincinnati on his church gathering. ter luxuriate on n pension of $lrt n way to Klizavillo, Ind., to vNit his son, Railroad Tho The fall term of this month. CutCTiT Coukt. rds father, Mr. George T. Mcltoberts, Sr., The St. Andrews Episcopal church, foil on tho pavement and severely sprain- ourt began yesterday, witli his honor, 5. "3 Sunday by WRITE FOR PARTICULARS. ed his shoulder. Ho has been confined Julo T. 'A. Morrow, on the bench, look- Louisville, was dedicated 2 o to his room since and has siillcred great- ing none tho worse for his Somerset Bishops Dudley nnd I'onick. It cost $oS,000nnd isn beauty. ly from tho injuries. , seige. Tho llrst business was tho swear'" 2 n Hev. A. S. Mofl'ett is writing of his as follows: II. of the grand-jury- , 3 .2 5 OFFICERS: ing in o Tin: remarkable success of the Nation T. Bush, foreman; Weed Smith, Harry travels to his homo paper, tho Midway o v al Building and Lo.m Association, which Dunn, J. A. Lytic, T. M. White, J. T. Clipper. His Inst letter, written from John H. Leathcri, Prciident; SL sssHsPsVvWiBViHs John L. Dunlap, VleoPrewldcm, is shown by tin advertisement on this Martin, J. W. Bailey, J. 0. King. Iko Ireland, is very interesting nnd instrucA. J. Langham, Sec'y and Treas.; tive. page, must bo verv gratifying to tlio Herron, George M. Glvens, Kobert O C, M. 1'hillJpi, General Mimagir Tho Danville District Sunday-schoo- l largo number of our readers who have G. X. Bradley, Monroe Curtis, Aao stock in tlio Association. In addition to ron Noaks, Sam Bishop, Win. Under- - Conference begins nt the Methodist r ri O u Kov. E H.I'enrco paying 12 per cent., a nice sum has been wood. Jiiiii!u Morrow then ilelivcruu n church hero o DIRFXTCRS: carried to surplus and as tho loans are comprehensive charge anil thero bring will bo tho first speaker. Tho meeting y o will last till Friday morning. v: o made entirely on residence property or no further business, adjourned his court H. V. Loving, 5 John 1). Castleman, o Tlio Conference of tho Northern homesteads, thoy are absolutely safe. till this morning at 1). The standing juHarry WcUjlrgjr, John II. Lothert, 5 Methodist church, which met last week George M. Uavi:, 3 3 L. Dunlap, issues stock fully paid-u- ries were not summoned until Jchn Tho Association o rt John I). I'irtle, or on tho installment plan, nilbrding when tho docket begins. By this means in Barbourvlllo, sent L. R. Godbey to Georse It. Eaitin, C. M. Phlllipi, . William C. Kendrick, J. 8. WBLLS.Ph. O. Preao. Oik. 1 a most desirable investment for money tho judge saves a good deal for the Com- Highland; C. T. Stump to Harrodsburg; B.H. DANKS, Jeweler, John S. Morris, Henry Tuckley to London and John J.M.Cfbell, in large or small sums. Tho board of monwealth, as usually nothing is dono A. G. Langham, Paul Jcnci,, Middleburg. MfcWfVWdMU Ml Stephen E. Jones. directors is Composed of n number of thd the first day, but get ready for business Godbey to STANFORD, Kr Main Street, Opp. Since the editors enjoyed Owenabo- 67 4t now been done. which has best business men in the State. op-pos- it now-huntin- Pay your accounts. I inean you A. R. l'cnny. Watches ntid Jewelry repaired and Ir yon need a nice drum you should Hoeourllne. Severance & Son. Kct Take your egpi to .Ion S. Jones' and locts. Opposite I'mtiiinn House. coiue and so lias our stock of ro's hospitality and told so much about blnukuts and comforts. .Severance fc It, nearly every organization wants to meet there. The Kentucky Synod at its Son. session in Louisville voted to hold its Sni: us on heating and cooKing stoves, next in the capital of Daviess. grates, coal vases, eic. Higgins & McThe Sumerset has good " Kinnoy. authority for stating that the Hev. T. V. J. M. McltommTS, J it., bought of Capt. Gowan, claiming to bo from JacksonK. G. Craig yesterday the house and lot ville, Fin., is a very moan fraud. lie e for borrowed n horse and sold it, mid when of 71 acres at thu Danville the parents of a trusting young girl he 51,800. . .. ,. had married in Pulmki found him out W. II Tuaykoii'm new distillery, with they made her leave him. Mr. Gowan n capacity of 10 barrels a day, ononed is said to be in Laurel or Itockcustlo Friday, but he will make only ft barrels for more dupes. a day for tho present. KitosT lias toll-gat- Infants Children. id o Louis-villo- dt-bat- Lou-lavHI- u finfvrc nl II ,1 I ! o DuajCD t e Cherry-Morro- Our lJro-naun- d Stoek is Now Complete Buell Waterproof Boots, I - eold-fllle- d .n .. - i mi ) iwck-Iwlto- i.i.w 1" FOR RENT HAND SEWED d, MACHINE SEWED, ys-tunln- e . 'n i I'l'ISLIC SALE I STAGG & McROBERTS. 1 j .,.,..., Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, pourt-lofls- o Forty-fou- r 1 nn 1 1 Manufacturers of WIRE & SLAT The National Building FIRST CXu&SS kTXMBEB XAH30. i Loan Association ROBERT FENZEL, tittta. 8EB 8E8R nn,r nam nu iaUKiMi Rim SltttfcUU. Sr,p, t i LINE OF CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS j ll-tltl- Fresh California Prunes, Raisins, Figs, Verma Tail Soup, home-grow- n m at SI05 MARK HARDIN". DRUGS and JEWELRY HAMFBjBN Best ' Installment Stock Sold on Payments of $1.00 a Share I watot9 Watch. n I Vj ''-- 9 i m c I -- 1 I' 9 Bar-uet- t, A'l t. p, to-du- y, o c W. S. Court-Houi- e, M. u Ljj. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT I westward, hoi THE FARMERS' The I'rlncu of Willi? Published Every Tuesday und Friday HOME MARKET PROSPERITY. HP r it I m Bi Tin' Homo Mnrhot Argument Goe West to flniw Up with tlio Country It K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I'.illuro In the Kmt 11111I West Allko Kxnspemtlng to I'rotorllntilsts. Train leases Rowland at ; oo a, m., returning it s !J9 n Tho era of high protection In tho &I. United States bean with mnpnlficent L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. nroinihes to our farmers. It was pointed Twenty miles the Shortest to m i 3 Mail train going North they would bo amply ti6pm ont to them thnt South " " 1130pm repaid for bearing tho burden of inExpresstrain" South ciiso is 0:1 record in winch naturaliNorth " 317am creased prices for manufactured goods G. A. BENEDICT & CO., 630 Am Local Freight North Makinc direct conneiti .ns m Central Union desation papers were refused to a man befor h limited time always "for a limSjSpm South pot for cause ho did not know enough to vote. Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, St. Louis. passenger. ited time." That repayment was to The latter train alo carry Michigan Points, Chicago. Detroit, The above is calculated on standard time. Solar como in the shape of a home market for Tho judge whoj refused tho application Clevtlaiul, llulfalo. TAN FORD, KV. time is about 30 minutes faster Indianapelli and the Wett. J. his market was to home products. belongs in Reading. Pa. The would-b- e Canada, Niw Kiutlatid, have tpccial advantages was to be so Wells citizen who did not get his papers was factory drilled to order and Pumps lurmshed i New V'orlc, w prices. much nearer to the farmer than tho fororiginally an Austrian, though not a eign market; there wore to be no large Waihiuctiin, llnltimore, Philadelphia, Ho did not know whether German. 1'rankftlrt Ky bilte of freight charges, no long oyngos BOHX3XTG. Quickest lime to HarrndshurK, .Shortest and Kkhmoiiu, VIHlilMA Americans were governed by a king, at sea. no "thralldoni complete and perQuickest line lo queen or president, or what tho name of foreign nations. petual" to am well preptrel t bore wells and will do the the gentlemnn at tho head of our govTho one thing that was not set down work in a g t manner and piompilv ernment was. The judge, who?o name theso brilliant promises was that in all At One Dollar a Foot. Solid Trains, laK'tft cars, smoking cars and was Endlieh, said ho could not coiibcieii-tiouslTwo Iloim Lord Meet. the prices to be paid for tho fanner's eoaihcs, Pul'man l..udolr Sj.riicrs thii ugh ith. Call "r adi'ris me at tanlurd, kmiui kv. in thia home market should bo peculiar incident took place on Snn-daA grant naturalization papers to a I.. out ihare m. Chalitn SMI III Ilirmiiii;ham, lerid Ml" lan rnakine direct t unuc, tnxis en toule lor Knox, higher than in the foreign market. It A man came up from New York man who did not know what form of ville, Ashes die, l.fnehl.ur and points in the was not "so nominated in the bond," nnd gained permission to wo Birchall, government he wanted to swear 3 an I our farmers go on selling from year who wa.s at tho time in the yard. The to. to year in this homo market and in tho stranger gazed at tho pnsouer long and DU.I.IONS SWITCH. KV. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wit,,u, Buoklcn's Arnica Salve foreign market at precisely tho same earnestly, taking note of every moveDealer In Augusta, Maim Savannah, The test uhe in the 01M far cuts, brunts, Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps tost, tharlestuti, Cil) I prices. And yet they aro still leing ment and everything about him. When llrunswtck, Lake huniastille aud I'l.dlU- sores, uh ers, salt rheum, fecr sores, titter, chopDA points. stutYed with the protectionist talk tlrnjt his keen observation was got through he ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin rup Iheolily line rnnuini; solid trains i!h rUir. Clothing, Hardware. Queens-waiHoots, bhnei, lions and iKsitivly cures piles, or no pay rcciuir the homo market has some special excel- turned away with the remark: Pullman lloudoir or Palace SImuisd Or. .. t.. l. Finuare, r uiniturc and a give It is lence over and above the foreign market. "Pshaw! ho ia only n shopkeeper any- el. momy guaranteed to I'rue perleit satislactior, ivilhout an) class bos. relunded J$ cents pr or Lino Crocorios, sonvillc vnaK... change lor Huntsville. of passer- Conornl C'ruor The results of this system were first way, a cad." This visitor was tho man For sale by A R. "eiiii, Stanlord, Ky. Selma end Montemnrv. Decatur, seen and felt in tho east. It legan in arrested in Philadelphia some years ago Fancy Candies, Ctmi 1 les, Ac. llorfHce. Memphis and ARKANSAS points All kinds of Produce taken in e s.hng,e for goods N.iortost jnd uuirkest to Annisli .Srl,, Uomarlcitblo Robcuo. the decline of 2s'ew England fanning for fraud nnd swindling, carried out hile Uiuet conuettiont made at NHW OR 1'ostomic, l.iviBjstnn, Ky Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield'lll , makes the villages and tho desertion of .New Eng- under thc name of Lord Somerset, which I.F.ANS without omnibus transfer for t.nlvctton statement that she caught rold. which settled o ivder Highest of land hill farms. Right in tho midst of he lloutmn, Austin, her A cream of tarttr InLup hal assumed, and with which title ho her lungs; she s treated for a month by hr Uuscrnmer.t ReI' all in leamnng .trw.igth. or. II and I. M. IIKUCIi, the greatest manufacturing communi- had gained nccess to tho lest society in (amity tihtsKian but crewf consumption told that port. Aug 17. Si9 Ktim TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. he n a huj oless ties this decline of farming has gone on. tho city. At tho present timo ho is in no medicine could cur hr Her drunijist 1 he onlv lhrniiri ;,::3 Is. the use of Dr Kind's New Diwuseiy Tho census just taken shows that tho Now York running a society pajK'r, and lutd i.M k.on and , uksburg bought a bottle and lo her tie Ms. Mir. vrrt llonJ "' h .lir,-- t ,,i,, townships adjoining tho principal man- he came up to Woodstock for the wile Consumption, she benefited from first di.se h C. herself wiiim.i t .mini hshc found ir.ii.i.rl r Dallas ImtWurih, S IAN H HID, K. she n Anioma. 1 i'M and n.'ititsin Autun ufacturing cities of Connecticut have purjiose of seeing the otlicr liogns Lord routinued its use ami after taking ten bottles own Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State of found herself sound and well, nostr dees her SPKCIAI AllKSnuN ! IOMMHIICIAL who had got into worse trouble housework and is a Veil as she mer was rree subject to the will of the Democratic party. lost about 10 per cent, of their popula- Somort-et- , TEXAS, ARIZOMA.MEXICO.CALIFOnNIA. tion in ten years. through his lying than ho had. It is a trial bottles of this Great Discovery MA. H I en travelers Horses aid mules Nought and told and-- i. ny'sdrun store; larc bottles joe Only t t as he.rvesand vrhi les urd ill livery .r through rate, roirrtt county maps and lull In New York state tho decline has strange thing that there is a likeues beA. S. OjnawATO ii.fonnsiiuucalltHi Agent at JuiKiioc (.ilv. fsv b?en equally marked. In lSd7 Mr. J. It. tween tho two men. Toronto Empire. or aildtr.s Epoch. MIANK V WoOl.l.P.V, SURGEON DENTIST. Dodge, tho high protectionist statistician hfv. Kt The transition from Ionic, lmgortaj eno '' painfulr C . hARXItV t D ti KDWAKDS. n ,huii tivallh marks an Siilvjtor" SjhmmI. 01 mo uepinmenc or ngncniture, re-- I Office on Mam street, over W. II. JIcKo&erts ..i.. ih individual. nli a remarln le teut Pressn.nt. (i p ,v T. A. i.e. r.f Drug Store, btanferd. Pin. ir nan () ported as follows: "New York farmors While the jniblio is sti marveling over .. ..........I ,! mrinnrr and the azeu s where 'by the good health has been alinitwa i - k rate full aro more in debt than they were ton Salvntor's woadorfnl performance iu Heard m so much A...A ltEne is that I ' nat a mile in $i there are few who praise of Electric Ihtiers So tunny MS R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. years ago. The averago depreciation of uc fnruting lands is fully .il.... i.unniuM in health to the ar. if.01n1 tix in ten have, through comparison and analysis, le." U.oi-- . If yu Great Alterative and DENTIST. years. Frulj tbly of the farms (ought to realise what a terrific burst of with any rf Kidney, Lid un ...... . t..n .trrot fimvMUC PortlBBII IiOUte. in the state would not sell for more than speed this is. It is nearly forty milea an r.t l..nD or de.sestalidliui YOU wills ,n .bort rV (.(UlkC Ull Biiters lief by ne.'f Citrous uxme ua given up stair t"'"" the cost ot the buildings and other im hoar a rate averaged by very few of oar $1 per bottle at A. K Penn' Dr'U re j.I extracting provements. Thirty ier cent, of the faatest tmina There are 5.W0 feet in a 'STANFORD. KENTUCKY. farms are mortgaged for of mile, so tliat for every one of these ninety-CvThere Is a bakery in Ilnxikhu 'tb t their estimated value." for every leat of a inun'n makes 70,000 loaves of bread a Uv. It s seconds DR. Y. B. The protectionists liave ouo stereo- pulse this wonderful horn; covered 50 a. irijj u th the largest in tho world. typed answer to these facts. It is westfeet of ground. Thed'ortest siiaco VtCnliSt. a 1 LOUISViXLE As CINCINNATI ern competition, they bay; fanning has of time luted by the turfman's watch is A Duty to Yournelf. a Office South sine Slam street, in 0c recently gone west. It ti surprising that people .i. ue... ai . aitnon a quarter of a second an interval so Daily, Secures m Travelers, 1 vacitl y,Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford. Ky. pill when thev i.B Bat it is becoming clearer nmf clearer brief that the uyu can hardly observe ordli.arv for the same money.secure A. ler . Dr. one F.ATWOOD that this aniswor will not hold water. the mind can hardly appret iate it Yot sills nre a positive cure for an.k heada t.e ani THE MOST RAPID ROUTE J.J.AM.EN -taken I7ver troubles Thy r sma!'., ssveet Take Oiiio, for instance. A correspondin every ok of these 3& quarters of a and uo not npe. K reaii). Kvtr attentptr 4 between lfc Brest enmmcrcial & ent of that hirfh tariff organ The New second that maguiiicent creature leaped cittea o the H and Chicago, and hence th fait... titte an.j ' ,i Sleep NMgUta York Tribuaa writes n letter to break 18 ifi.i'i.rtAl la Can't sfiPf !,. LJZT't0' ., to the West a d tce, .li t.. ,.,!., . ,he IGEliTS. tho force of the recently published facts gultftoi feet. Such are the amazing rfy Is the caaplaint of thousands .uttering front WML careful breeding as exhibited in N.rth.-.Ih. ntecpart..r this tr.ir on a. v .m,Khs, etc. Did er .shop U the t ir.t ...... g Hli .1 rrnirtM j i.l as to the decline of tho farming popula- tho Amencan race horse. Is the human Dr Acker s Erlih Kemedy It is the lt-- l um. urno.nin.ir-he issiled V mmi date i, .o i'leu. . .. V,w on a Itilllli well a J o h n s o 5j C y Tenn. f. r a'l lunf trouble tion of Ohio, but he has to make admis- race improving in tho same rnt'o? Scarce.tics as C'li'''1'1." in anilhug they may t'nhnaited I ."ii.uj .ik we uribl .v vet .air. :, enn ..ml. (.11 u titr.l oil at .$. and $. by A. K t. ,U t. h po.it.vc guarauU wiiN m my tint Say M.n,.., St Monon and sli.Vto M G. OIYENS. sions which damage his case fatally, ly. Cincinnati Enquirer. JAb. l Ttl 'MPS' iN. WM.AYRliS il J .n un you warn to save e ,.y j.,d tnt mn.r.lal llutrl. hut a iour- lie had to admit that the farm values of A Ohllu Killed. &rGlVEKS, Wayne count' had fallen off 8 per cent. for lull mf 'riso t.,,,. c .rd.( as... foldrri. MrutiKrl? Imprison! In Med. Another child killed by the ate ot opi te given eti, ill on wt a.i.lre. In ten years, and that the loss of pnla-tio- n By an explosion of hot air and gas in in the form of southing svr jp. Why n.otier g ive Attorneys at Law, poison is still greater. the air receiver at the Clinton blast fur- their children such daadly cnuu 01 is surprising III . e tn t""- ... . Ro'fi ft k'Tit. A , Stauford Every county iu the western reserve, nace at Pittlurg several thousand dol- when they ..an rel Dr. Acker'. Bahy S f.ther. It - - Louisville, Ky. u.ing trouble, hy 327 Fifth 3c, U. D. Mi .iippt Valley Co aN'cHirort Nw he says, shows a loss of population in lars' worth of damage wan done. The contain no opium or morphine. Sold by A. K. SUid Venti' uleJ Trams lo Shuve lUiilcmtr. lae agricultural districts. In view of accident wan cauaed by the reversal of Penny. Philacloiphin rot yr Wo Can and Do 7 the facts The Tribune's correspondent air and gas in the receiver. The effects MARIMON. makes thjfl aorrowfnl Baltimore, Now York, Uuarantee Dr. Ackers lllood Kluir, for It h G1VBNS frank JAS. G. admission: "No of the force of tlio terrible concussion been fully deinontrate4 to the people oi this one donieri that there has boon a depro--I wore visible on all tho houeog within a it is superior to all Qiher prtpa rations tor All peseta Kast and Soatheast. out Ir.iat l.eair.rrtoo. (Inly one night It l a positive car Tor sypnHltic GLYERS & ; HAMS cmtion of the fann lands of the state in tiqtusro of the furnace. In one houso blood disease ' P' ulcer, eruptsj-.saKOITJC." P" Corrected Time Tard ia F fleet s la. iBvo and thorough!) builds up the the lust decads." Then coins the out-- ! Thomas Mclntyre, a laborer, who was potsosuns, (les the svnolc system REAL ESTATE, The Sliprtout and (Jutokodt Itouto from TauSUjT Accnas constitution. A. It. Penny. d explanation, "tho attraction rtnleep iu a folding bed, was awakened Contrivl Kentucky to allpolntn North, Daily ' Daily STAT IONS. of the cheap lands of tho wost." PiiievxlJe, - by a vary tight squeezing sensation. Tho F.aprese. Ka aun. Ri Sen 1b Lifo Worth Living? Vst nnd aouth-WoVn.oi tlyspepticf of the blast had Notif you go through the Mnohotwooit LexInKton and Clncln-nati n'n j ay am t ji a'n ,,i Lac Stanford um. bought' Apparently we are not far enough concussion of his lied, and loosened tho Dr. Ackors Dyspepsia Tnbleuworld a apositive i Town Lots, Cosl,v.. are , ' l.otngton fastenings t to pm 40 am j jontn tj it folded up juu lunm. piiiiivnij ju iuo inuu. ur inu vh ui ituyyion. corn: .ponaence the worst forms of dyspepsia, indigestsof). ii ts 4)rVm ' Wiecheslvr 7 i pea solicited Liet us try Iowa. Tho commissioner of with him in it. His cries for help brought and constipation. Guaranteed an! sow by SCHKDPI.B IN KFr'KCTMAY li, " K. V. Junction """ j pm) topni labor statistics in that etato has just the other members of the family to tho A U Penny. Mt Sterbng jo P" Ne. 2. Nn. 4. to psn ' " Murrhead No I 4lnt. ,iiaue public somo facta of a startling rcbcuu. Cor. Philadelphia Press. Y.x bun. Chief of Police Ilennesey, of Now Olive Hall J1 CQMERGLflL rrnmnr character. Ho haa received an,we Sun nea J 5 Pi Daily Ashland TEE le je P" Orlenns, was aKsainatel by ortler of a "' Catlctlsburg.. pns to ai pea f from 720 fanners 'rocommendrxl to him S'r. Omtlil'H Wealth. I.ve Cincinisati ... I 10 a as I JS pm. p m 1. u owens. ManaSr, " lluntincson it 07 pes e 15 pn ortler, Borne of the memP m I.vr Covington.... ll a i no p m 45 p m ,as reliable persons. Iluoll Kaga'a recent intemew makes secretofItalian he was preparing to have I,vc.I1untintoti. .. II JO MB Kalnvoulh.. oi I.ve 9 4 .9 7 p m' ji am Arr Charleston From . Arr I'ari. II IO a t 10 jj p m 5 40 p m Harrodsburg, - Kentucky. per cent,theso reports he find3 that "7U out Jay Gould a richer man than ho is bers whichmurder. Clifti.n Furge. 7 ll a 00 P Arr Kiviaijlon 10 15 p in t ju p in of the farmers of the state aro generally credited with being. Mr. Sago arrested for ' I.yBih'mrg II 41 s s p m I.ve Pads I have taken cl are st ih.a popular hot " Charlottesville . 10 jo an ti so a n. prevented by pressure of their debts nays Gould id tho heaviest owner of b 10 p in Arr Winchester.. I Of, p us " Washmsteu... ... 2 J HH SJUcss' ?;j"vttt:ic! I.Ivor Xll!s. and intend t. run it in a 'irst cla manner in every from holding their grnin nnd other prodfrom world, hia income alono m in tho It.sb-m- .' 7 jo p m , ppered and paiim-Arr Kickntond. 40 p respect Haltimote ; 1 h v c on Ih d se An Arr Lancaster... ft is pns J I'hiUdelphia. top to bottom, th- - d lmj is e ug renovated and ucts for tli best market prices. Eight from dividends being $2,000,000 a year. llvor inii" jii Pn ibo nrve.s s :n ,ci K'W ,o P and cverytbini; do ic t u sm it y Arr Stanford. " New York 9 so pm per cent, have lost their farms by mort- Oubiide of this he has an income of from Amv unii. If Tuey i" u euro lulioua !iall ever ue surpass" Richmond. Va. i 40 pin li t I.ve Richmomi .. JS P in uikI ronsliiM Sit llt'S, lljil '.IS .' Mpi K. OWENS. J tion gage foreclosure sinco 1880." Thirty-eig- $10,000,000 to $12,000,000. It is " tildPuintCumfort ed by hotelsm ... j 05 p m d Arr !tcrea n women and cl ndrfii lor tlon. vji' Norfolk Arr l,lviiiBton. jw pm per cent, of farmers' children aro stn.iiuxt. that Mr. Gould aims to mako his Suipics miu .! . It' ', s riuiwurJ. iionu l'i..ur ir ui at II 40 am and 5. jo Trains leaving kept out of school fifty-eigdays caoh wealth net him about 0 per rent., and No. 5. No. 1. "p m daily, escetit Sunday ennect at Wuhes N,o.j. Croat riIscurcrM. school year to do farm work; CC3 of If this is the case, and Mr. Sage knows What Id II ..I I; i. ...ii nro to the telniiliono nnd ter for Ku.hmond, Ky and points on the K. C. R R. theso fanners report that sinco 18P.J farm what he is talking about, Mr. Gould elocinmy. s.u)tlie I'llteurKNon. Dr. FrankI.ve Livingston.. S Mi am Limited Vestibule Y.x from NV York, PhiladelI.ve Helta products have been Fold bolow tho cost will havo to bo moved tip peveral pegs lin Mill's . the ItiKtuu spocin 1st Innetv-ouphia, W itlmicton and all poials Katt, arrives at Arr Richmond... . 10 15 a Uidi'iisi-hu k t" tlio nrrvoiis systein and norve p m. p m dally Stanford of production. And so on nnd on. in tho liht of tho country's rich men. llutd Amuiiir liU iiiiniuioiis d.sconTles the l.exinKtoii at 4 47 Richmond, Va.. and 11 57points I.ve Manfnrd all 7 00 a m Katt mail from ICnusas and Xebnistei aro still further New York Lotter. Itetorntive Nirime li i.ndnubliHl ) 0110 of tho east, IluiitiiiEton, W. Va, and all local stations ar- I.ve Lancaster 7 41 a in It is inisiirpiiKed In nTliiusnes, rive s I.exiiiirtoti at 11.40 noon dally except SunArr Richmond. y&J& Do tho protectionists find their 100.1a in west. yspepsU, lifii Ittelit, ilicisy, tiu'irnlitlu TilVVj-f10 p m 6 lo a Lie Richmond... paradise of home market prosperity for B 1. tin v s'ei.pii'isMt'SH, cl.utii;oiil ilfi. day Stanford 11 57 pm jiw LATO L'inhrell.i I'uritilo. Accommodation sic. hml hul lo't'Mol may bo Ins, of A. K f'oints, Richmond, from Olivellill and intermediate Arr Winchester. ar on p m 7 '? a Ky., and points on the K. C Arr Pans t) fanners in theso two states? Is it not .7 rM.Ti.CE.ilTY There was a novel display by tho col- Duiinv, oriivt 40 p m 7 .Veic unit road at I.eiinKtnn 8 io, a m, daily, ex- I.ve Lciiugion .. a companies nro ored people of Ellicott City, Md., a few fiitlinj tuciAfoi A si mildut;' a. very alilc. th A(Uc 5 p in 7 00 a 3 45 l m jou m nut liiicly iilustiutud book. I'tio to cept Sunday. Stanford iread via N. N. possession of farms days ago. It was called an umbrella pa- OIL 30 p m 8 J3 a M V I.ve Palis 4 i p m lie sure tickets read I.ve Falmouth ... 4 ia p m 9 IJ a resembling nd establishing a systei 5 6 p m Hy.,K. D. Arr Covington. .. J 40 p m IOJJ a A ValunDlc IJ I.sco cry. 6 30 p a Irish landlordism? Is it not hero that rade, and consisted of a lino of men S. Y. II MORSK, O. I' A , Cincinnati, O. so p in 0 45 a Arr Cincinnati 6 18 p tn Dr Drown riuquurl's rltsir of youth mny Imj dressed in dark clothes with white caps, the ! armors Alliance has gainetl its on Lriu-ruiRiruurcR umbrellas, and fol- nn lmor'iitii d 'cuTy. lull every one hnowt rri"itpsr. strnntrth an (liixHrpcf mirrrrnwtli carrying IF TA.VEN DV1RIHB that Dr Franklin Mhos' New Ho irt Curo .. . . .. Trains Nos. it and ia run Sunday only between nnrnv jrriotn aurrCHAUGC 0? Urt tmnoniLLutiviuw miu nMirrnii.eurrrniupuiiil nriMftmcn ut- tao n!ir(l tnut.3 Whicli hear so r heavily lowed by two gayly decorated chariots It h .sullen th.ii.itmls ii31lcted ivlth Cincinnati and Lekingtmi, leaving Cincinnati at TO"WOMAN 'Jtworsu ulJon tlie farmere? M w Lonoo of Llfo. JiooK 8 a. m ,and arriving at Lexington at ia tu containing children and ladies dressed in srlous ImnrtiliM'.u Lc. vn DruL't'lsts itects on Lexington at a 40 p. m. and arnv at Cincinnati at HRABFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA GL ' Where is tho home market paradiso of white, tho wholo headed by a band. ciiktnuiors who eim uliseisiwukitsvory hlRlUy ninny I'lorjwhiTo of It. ecm or mi nsufsisn. anyway? Has it gone still While marching tho umbrellas wero kept Mr. Jiilm Weaver, of Knifhtslimn, Ind,s:iyt: LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLe. 5 35P m. the fanner, OntheMayssllle Hranch, N09. leaves Paris at "I Iiiivb further west to hide itself away among constantly twirling, making a pictur- havi) si. Id much of Dr Miles .Sou Cum mid 800, am and No. 11, at 545, p arriving at ri'Ccival irtnity iiihmI renorts." O. Monro.!. tho Rockies, or to spread itself out very Maysville at 10 J5, a m, and 8 10. p m. No. 10 RAILROAD. laieu sales. leaves Maysville at 5,15 a in, arriving at Pans at thin upon tho wind swept plains of Wy- esque sceue. Tho affair was under the of DunliirU, X. Y.. cvurv liottluhns irh'en"And the best of 1s sat. 740, am. No. 11 leaves Maysville at 150 and auspices of tho A. M. E. church. Ex tsf.iotinn."rurtSn.ilItand ii inimeod by A. It. I'ea- oming.'' The Great arrives at Pans at 4 15, p m. These trains are y, Manf.ird. Kv change. daily except bunday. When not o paid S2.60 will be charged." n V- - 1 Wales over succeeds to tho throne. His health is not robust; thero nro ugly to the effect that Bright's disease has a hold upon him. Bnt tho princo cares little about being king. Ilo does not court tho nnxietios nnd tho onerous duties which his riso to that exalted station would necessirily iuvolvo; ho is not an ambitious man; ho lovca and seeks tho society of thoso whom ho likes, and, tme democrat that he is, ho ohuddors when he thinks that thero may como n time when ho will bo compelled to associate with men who cannot possibly have a human sympathy in common with himself. His eldest sou, tho Duko of Clarenco and Avondale, is a hulking, shiftless, good n.itnred lubber, looking like his mother, bnt having neither his mother's tact or dignity nor his father's gracious-nes- s or strength of character. It Fcems to be a foregono conclusion that in tho duo conre of tiuio tho duko will marry his cousin, the sweet nnd pretty daughter of the Princes of Teck. Eugeno Field in Chicago News. 1 y. It is n question whether tho Princo of ni-mo- rs Health. The Cincinnati, Hamilton A-- D) ton K R. is the only line running Pullman's Perfected Safely P. B. UILET, Proprietor, Veslibuled Traln, with Chair. Pallor. Sleeping Dining Car sersicc between Cincinnati, In ilnd - - " anapolis and Chicago nnd is the only line run ng Through Reclining Chair Cars between am better I hae to Keokuk nnd Springfield, III and bleeping pteptindmovedevermy new Hotel and the public than to xccnmiuodate ir Cincinnati to Mackinaw, and the (Jood I.ivery attnchesl and every convenience di Only Direct Ialno sired. Uic me a call. FRANK R1I.F.Y. ;; Ilitwecn Cincinnati, Dnjton Luna, Toledo, Detroit, the l..ike Regions and Canada, 'I he road is one of the oldest in the State ol Ohionnd the only line cntciing Clnminati over 13 miles of double iruk. and from its past record can more than astute its patrons speed, comfort mid MT. VERNON. KY. safe Iv. salecxerywhere, and see that they Ticketson llotel'is still maintain This old and road C , H cither in or out of Cincinnati, ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. SpeIndianapolis or Toledo. cial attention to the traveling public. h. o Mccormick. General Passenger and Ticket Agent. M. P NKWCOM1I, Prop., Mt. Vernon, Ky, Tho Finest on Earth. THE RILEY HOUSE, London, Kontucky. tl, WW Huston, NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. a Sj-t- l. "WElCr. 1 m$W (DBJL!IUANS, SS! km. y 11 1 o. alio-gianc- o GT.HI.BCIIjTOIsr e, U.AVMOL(kA9 , AKlHe POWDER of Absolutely Puro t. - RICHARD WARREN Kcn-uck- lt n, ht-- sal. m mm . , 11 y, r. PRICE, 1.1 111 ' ''" - e K-- "atn. 11 I mil-niu- g ; 11 one-thir- d -- fl th-- y J' ih 1SrP . i , one-tlur- d l.is-e- - . i two-thir- o PENNY, A NKW FAST MAIh 1 B-- . I.n.-hs- AtI.E ATW003J, ESMTB 0 i i 1 ''' , "i" (.1 ..,, . i I ,. .1 11 I I ,1 j 1 1 ..iHs-ri- . I r I . AYRES plnt n, OLD 3KT. BOXTTB ' s ...... -- Washington, ; eoun-ryth.- U Kentucky Central R.R. JIIfK at. imilKQE. i nd :U Keiiiuclcy. 101-- and-drio- ' nt cur-f- cr l. cy , , 1 T 1 I lo Sontn-nessn- a. t . , . 1 . . . 1 v.-r- e..-.i- 111. . . iPr 1 thi-- I s 1 ht tindor-Gtoo- 11 11 m Pdr-e-fo- ht daeXinMur J A H North-Ilesin- d. 11 MM k wi-l- l s 1:1 . . PBTP . L.irU-iiuli- " iiu 1 CFn I I 4 Iii.la., MENSTRUATION v J.pX.. A-- . 5 f .... s. 11 1 lLo & No With ,, 11 To Kitcupo McKlnley Dutlca. CREAM m av sfe;-HWKrt&k JH 3at M m LEXINGTON.KYi s inaHMfTi IF YOU mi.i WANT K GOOD BREAD AND A HAPPY COOK, USE CREAM FLOUR i )' xzm V MADE BY .LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS COMPANY, In tho general movement which was inaugurated during tho summer to ship largo quantities of merchaudiso from Enrops in order to avoid tho heavy duties of tho McKinley bill, the dealers in ti plate were not behind merchants in ether departments of business. Tho Metal Worker, of New York, reports that in July thero wero entered 201,574 box'M of tin plate, and in August 220,- Hl boxes, making a total of 487,575 bnes, against 300,1)77 boxes during tho corresponding period last year. By hurrying their tin plato into tho country before tho McKinley bill goes into effect tho importers escapo paying McKinley duties. They havo not yet discovered that tho foreigner pays tho tax. Somehow tho oxpenenco of tho importer does not confirm this pot theory of tho protectionists, which was recently stated by McKinley iu a speech in Maine in the following words: "By putting our duties on foreign products tho like of which wo can produce in tho United States wo make theso competing foreign producers bear the burden and supply the revenue to tho public treas1 Duron James Rothschild, of London, has adorned his drawing room with tho THROUGH TRUNK LINE-SOUTH- & most superb electrolier ever made. It is composed of gilt bronzoand rock crystal in a design of tho" time of Louis XVI, t electric lights being skillfully arranged among tho bronze leaves. This unique illuminator is about five feet high by twenty-eigh- t inches in dinmeter, and cost $0,000. sixty-eigh- When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorla. When sho ivoa a Child, she cried for Castorla. When tsho became Miss, alio clung to Castorla. When sho bad Clill rcn, sho evo thcta Castorla. WEST Memphis, Louisville To Nashville, A Noon to Wives. Having used "Mother Friend," I would not be without it It is a boon to wives who know they must pass through the painful ordeal of childlnrih. Mrs. C Meburije, Iowa. Write the llradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ua., for further particulars, T-- Two new eorts of tea aro reported from abroad. In England fashion has taken up a mixture of dried nnd cured ho'M. In Germany they nro using strawberry tea, decocted from tho young leaves of tho strawberry plant after they havo been dried and prepared liko tea. Chi-net- o Atlanta, Montgomery, bold by all Druggists. DRUNKENNESS-TH- E LEXINGTON. KY.' ury." cup of It can he siven A western genius proposes a uovel idea the knowledtiB ofin a person tea or coffee without taking it, eflectlns a the in connection with tho national encamp- speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. ment of tho Grand Army iu Detroit Thousands of drunkards have been cured who next year. It is that instead of tho cus- have taken the GoldcnireSpccific in their colTce and tomary parade for nil tho veterans pres- without their knowled,own freewill. No theycan harmful drinking of their ent to be grouped upou. a hugo raft upon quit results from its administration. Cures guaretfect Send for circular and full particulars. Adtho river to ba viewed from passing anteed. dress in contidcnie Goldbn Srkcmc Co., 185 boats. Race Street. Cincinnati, O In all tho World thero Is but one curo, Dr. Ualnoa' Ooldon Specific. LIQUOR Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. HAB NewportNew3 & Miss.Valley Oo Only one change to points in nati 7 5 am, except Sunday No. s runs dally between I.exing Train Notes ton and Cincinnati. No. runs daily between Cincinnati and Lexington 6 make connections at Winchester Nos j and M V Uy. lor points on the X N I MPORTANT Trains ol this line now arrive at and depart from the Central Union Passenget station Cincinnati, making connections for all points North, Kast and West. Through tickets and baggage checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent ol the Co, or W. L MUNSON.Trav. Pass. Agt., S. F. II, MORSE, Gen'l Pasi'g'r Agt." o. 1 runsilally Irom U'xuigton to Cincinnati No. 43 leaves Lcsington 10 00 am ; arrives Paris 1043 am; except Sunday No. 8leavcsCincinnati CiopmjarriscsPiilmoulh 7 10 pm ; except Sunday No. 7 leaves Falmouth 6 00 am; arrives Cincin- It. E. HUNTINGTON. ViccIWiTd beu'l uanager. GKNKRAL OFFICES: Csn m si ir, O.iiii niaf, O 1 1 ARKANSAS & TEXAS. EMIGRANTS Seeking homes on the tine of this road will receive Special rates. nrSee agents ot this Company for rates, routes Sic,, or write to C. P. ATMOItE. G. ft T. A., Louisville, Ky. -. NEW SAW MILL, I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerset pike, 7 miles Irom Stanford nnd am prepared to furnish any kind of LUMIIER, SHINtfLFS " s? . ...... .... r,.',i"" I'eslotHcc, MAVWOOD, KV. Gi,e 43- -r A.B.BASTIN " prwi. s. iiiL.fttlak ' , ,i .'iioifd. - Wj. JjlZi2L ia AjkiJl L?' LaaJ.X