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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1890 sem1890102401 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. V Semi-Weekl- y vol. xviii. TEACHERS ASSOCIATION. HUBBLE. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24.4890. WAYNESBURG. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 68 FOR RENT OR SALE. unn it Burns bought of various em 1890. parties in this county 27 head of yearling First-Clas- s Farm For Sale. Biue-Gras- s heifers nt 2 to ? cU. G. M. and J. A. Leo sold their ell improved, containing ijo acres, on Mc Kinney pike, in a splendid Immense stock of fruit and ornamental Miss McAlistor, by Gatnbetta, trees. For further particulars call on tho un- Or.tpesines, Asparagus, small trees, dersigned or address at Hustonsille. to a Texas man for $i0Q. thing for the lawn, orchard and garden.andWeeveryJJ. D. KENNEDY. no agents, but sell direct at low prices to the have John Anderson sold to Cress, of rite for catalogue to Rockcastle, mare mule colts at $03 and H.K.HILLENMEVEH. 6tf Lexington, K?y. 2 brood mares at $125. OK R. D. Logan, of Boyle, Bold.to Knits, Personalty, Crop & Farming Imthe cattle buyer, SO head of plements. Xow York cattle at $1.40. I will sell to the highest bidder at my residence a Xelson, who lowered tho world'sstal-lio,.! about f)1 mile,,arm of about '30 acres, situ, miles west of Stanford on north of Stanford itf recont recently, again clipped tho Kush Branch pite, opposite the old church. on tha There Tuosiay, WovomTsar 18tli, 1890, of the farm5 aV," ln.vhtimothyid rye; thedwelling balance record, trotting a mile in 12.10. set in Good of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid An option has been secured on the The tallowing property: sew barn: is well and fenced. Possession can Klmsinoado Stock Farm of tho Leonard Fifteen head fancv harness, saddle 4 brood horses, be given immediately. For particulars, se J. P. Bailey, Stanford, or write the undersigned ai t pair ol work Mules, Bros., near Lexington, at $225 per acre. . WITHERS. head of NEW YORK CATTLE, if Cincinnati. Ohio. At Lewis Summer's sale in Fleming if not sold before day of sale ; Five nice yearling Steers, 7 fat Heifers, 8 good one jennet with a jack colt sold for $075, Milk Cows, 8 Calves, 2 Hulls, joke of Oxen, SA3C3S ! bunch of Hogs, a nice lot of Shoats; while 8 head of jennets and 2 colts Forty acresof Corn, aa stacks of pure Timothy I wish tosell privately my brought $1,1)75. residence and prop, Hav, 500 Locust Posts, Farming Implements; The One handsome new Surrey and Harness, Phae- erty. front house has fit rooms, store room, pan. A. F. Moborly has sold tho John try verandah, back porch latticed, good ton, Household and Kitchen Furnitute. "Many of our latter day health codes cellar with window son outh side; outbuildings Terms made know 011 day of sale. Pennington farm of 02 acres to Mrs. all new, consisting of meat house, henery, coal aro framed by men who mistake tho exiMrs. E. II. JONES. house, corn crib aud d.ury stable. Thero are Win. Ferrell, of Garrard, at $70. He good cisterns, one at house, the other at the two gencies of their own decrepitude for tho sta. gave $5:5.75 a year ago. ble There is an abundance of fruit, including normal condition of mankind," says Dr. raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, currants, M. Kahu bought at Lexington, to grapes, cherry, plums, damson, pear and apple Felix Oswald. trees. Also somo nice Jersey Cows and heifers slop at (i. G. White's distillery, olO feedOF A bred to registered bull. Onu harness horse, ers, averaging 1)10 pounds, at 2J- to 2$ combiued horse, both gei.tle and can be driven one Something new has been added to tho Vahiablo Lincoln County Farm. woman or child. Ono bv buggy and phaeton. Tenn-esie- o cents. They were and I year-olAlso 8l, ucres of pasture land, which will be world's food list from California. This F. McCIa- Adair Circuit tho Successful Teacher -W. harvesting machines about the piece cattle. is grains sirup, a most healthful and pal- H C. Ilaker, Admr with theCourt.annexed of V. sold in one ..,. or divided into lots to suit our-will . .,.,,, j. , first ot August. The rumor is atloat that P. Williams, deed., I'llf., vs. John W. Williams, has e a golden opportunity UUy a mi cneap will Cattle aro in demand in Cincinnati, atable preparation. Ono firm nlono Ac , Defts. Notice All teachers aro urged to make "" onoofour young business men is to with best shippers at 4; butchers good makes W.OOO gallons of it this fall. Stanford. lly virtue of a decree in tho aboved styled case, talks on tho above topics. rendered at the September term, 1800, of the jump tho broom stick pretty boon with to extra :t to 4, hogs nro dull, with best Adair Circuit Court, I will, as Special Commis- HO-CTSAll lovers and friends of education aro a charniitiif young lady of Garrard. If nt 4. 10; sheep aro also dull at 2i to 5; Boston will build n beautiful and fitsioner of said Court, on respectfully invited to attend. this report bo true, God bless Uncle lambs j to 5). ting monument at once to her gifted Thursday, Wov. And STOCK OF DRUGS FOR SALE. Mrs. I'attio IS. Hays, Miss Cettio Thur- Jim! W. Perkins delivered to Alex 13th, Between April 15 and October 15 and lamented citizen, John Boylo O'ReilDesiring to quit the drug business at On the premises, sell to the hizhcst bidder at nub. mond and W. F. McClary Committee Itobinsou '2 mule colts at $123. H. W, there has been given e I offer my entire stock away by the Kast-or- ly. Every city builds monuments to lie auction, nn a credit of of o, u and 18 months, of fresh Drugs and on Kntortaiument. equal installments, a certain Tract ot Land known Chemicals for sale. Mystook iscompleteln esery Gaines bought of various parties '2'. head race tracks tho sum of $2,0;S7,:S4. her famous dead except New York. as the Win P Willi ims farm, ling in Lincoln particular and the business is a nivmi. nn ,n n,.. Mis Ami k Stiwiit, I'kok. J. W. Smith, of MX) pound heifers at '2i, also of James This money has gone to 201 men, an tonvlllu. Will also rent the entire house my store Co., out he Waters of Hanging Fork amtimmedi-atelis located in. Tho house contain 4 good upstairs Lkk Dams Committee. on the pike leading from Danville to II It. Hoono 17 owes at "f:i.30 per head. Mim nvorage of over $7,700. Franco has a novel proposition under p. a. WASH, Hustonville. nbout iVj miles from Hustonville, being room,. 520m same land deeded by Wm. P Williams to V Hroaddus, of Itichmond, is expected in Monbars, colt that discussion in view of tho stationary if the Hudson by deed dated August Dr. Carroll Kendrlck's New Book. 11 39, a few days to visit MUs Malissa Adams. recently trotted two separate quarters in not actually diminishing population of recorded in the Lincoln County Court 188, and Clerk's lolhc Lditnr I nicnur Journal PASS FIB SALE AT is proiosod to levy nn oflice, to which reference is made for .1 full deX. S. it Allen Traylor havo been in our US J, was sold to Richfield & Leathers, of that country. It In roinem-branDow sky, Cai.., Oct. HI. scription, containing 358 Acres 3 Roods and 34 Said land of your kindness in sending mo neighboihood for several days hulling Lexington, for $$,500, tho highest price annual tax on all bachelors, mnkiug them Poles and then nil will be offered in two or m re On account of continued bad health, together, and the pay or the luxury of living single. tracts accepted and reported whichbid or bids sell privately my farm of 310 Acres of I desire to clover, which is a very tiresome occupa- ever paid for a yearling trotter. will be realize the land at a bargain, in a your paper for so long, etc., I send you fine state ot of J. M. Hail has sold to A. F. Mober-l- y .Meantime tho Cincinnati school board largest amount timemoney. and upon the same sell 300 acres with improvements. fertility Would my book, "Live Huliuiouu Issues of tho tion. Their capacity for hulling is S and Location one and place At the same mile south of Staniord, and the laying of the farm 150 acres of his farm on tho Crab Or- has made a strong move in the opposite terms will sell the Tract ot Land containing 1, superb. There are all of the necessary Day, with Uules for Hiblo Study," Ac. 10 bushels n day. About J bushel to the imabout 40 Acres, more or less, cot eyed to said including a chard pike, including tho dwelling and direction by n ruling thnt distinctly dis- Williams by A W. llaroerand wife bv deed dated provements, hall, a large frame dwelling ot five Lot mo hope that you will llnii time to ucro is tho average. room, and basement barn, and all 1867, auit recorded in said ollice, lying in buildings now For further information, apply to at $15. Mr. Hail will give courages marriage and puts a premium Jan. 1, examine it some, at least. If you should Mr. Will Severance has bought of tho on celibacy. It has mado an order proKOIIT. McALISTEH, Staufcra. llonds required of the purchaser!, with good sethink proper to givo it a notice, in your Crcal heirs, tho farm in Laltuo county, possession about Dec. 1st and will movo bearing hibiting all married women, no matter curities,the force interest from n date of sale and and effect of judgment hating candid and independent style, I should about L'j miles from Hodgonsville, on to his place iu town. H C. HAKER, Special Com'r. how capable or how needy, from teacho Pence it Farris' yearling pacer, be glad to boo it. which Abraham Lincoln, tho 10th presiing in tho public schools of that city. , by Pence anil out of an Almont California has not yet fully recovered dent of the United States, passed his THEfrom tho bursted big boom of three early childhood. Tho house in which mare, and nam- d after our business manInstantaneous photographs of animnls Kentucky has a better reputation, years ago, but sho is mustering hor forces tho afterwards famous "Itailsplitter" ager, is proving himself a lleety youngCo. No Hotel In proprietor i, determined that and its that vrero being put to death by elecshall be maintained. nudoxpects soon to appear in another lived still stands on tho farm and is in a ster. Ho can already show a 2:50 gait OF STANFORD, KY., tricity show strango results. For one boom thai will not burst. Tho previous tolerably well preserved and has been handled only a fow times. thing, tho probability has been strengthstate, only n He has added to Its appointments one was brought on by wild and selfish few boards having been nailed on over At Georgetown court there were 500 ened that death Is instantaneous, occur- Is now fully organized and ready for business with speculators. Thn coming one. wo hope, tho logs to stop tho cracks tho tooth of cattle on sale; KS5 head sold nt 2? to D.'M; ring before tho bndn can toko cognizance Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. will bo on tho real merits of tho country, Time havo gnawed through tho chinks toppy feeders would havo brought 15. of pain. Thero is, in fact, reason to be- Surplus, 13,500. and will last. Our fruits and other in tho wall. Tho celebrated Lincoln Buyers and sellers wore too far apart. lieve it is so sudden that several currents, Very Springs aro on crops nro very tino generally. A First-Clas- s this farm. Mr. Severance The mule trade, for broko and green nil capable of producing death, could be SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL Saloon, C. Kk.voiuck. HANK OF STANFORD, Kespectfully, stock, was"oir." Tho trade in mule colts passed through tho brain before it would has had a number of views taken of the Where the choice, wines and liquor, ate kept. Commercial traseler, will find eveiything Dr. Doudrick will please accept our houso and surroundings and will leave was slim. John Phelps, of Madison-bough- t havo time to tako coguizanco of them, (Now closing up) with the same assets and under for their comfort. tho same management. 75 feeding cattle, weight 1,1S7 even if it were nblo to do so. Death is thanks. Tho book is handsomely print- this week for Chicago for tho purpose of lly provision, of it, chatter, depositors pre as 60 sudden that it comes oven boforo tho fully protected as aie depositors in National ed and bound, and besides its 3(5 pages, negotiating with tho World's Fair Com- pounds, at 3.40. Times. Bank,, J. II. Taylor sold at public sale Mon- individual has ceased to breathe or move, liable to its shareholders being held individually picture of tho doc- missioners for tho display of tho cabin contains an excellent the extent ot the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the tor. When wo shall havo had tinio to nml all things of interest that may bo day, to 0. It. Anderson, four shares of apparently. amount invested in such shares. It may act as executor administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as carefully, wo shall havo more to read it found on tho farm. Lebanon Standard. Farmers National Hauk stock at $1S0.10. individual. ..-. Ike Dunn bought of J. T. Hackley, MonArmour & Co., tho great packers of anTo those who entrusted their buisiness to us aay about it. Down In Pulaski, last summer, so n day, 13 mulo colts at $55. K. W. Lee Chicago, report that their total distribu- while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol we we here tender our manv thanks and A passenger train on tho Kansas distinguished jurist tells it, a party of sold to Daniel Moore 400 slop cattle tive Bales for tho year ending October 1, Stanford, will continue to transact their business trust they witli us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenand Hirmingham railroad ladies and gentlemen were enjoying a at about f.40. Thoy go to tho City, Memphis reached the enormous, value of (53,000,-00- tion to same, our twenty yean' experience in leaving watermelon treat, when a young lady andas liberal accommodation, as are conleft Birmingham, distillery. W. J. DeBaun bought Tho number of Iiors killed during bankingwith sound banking. sistent sleeper and conductor iu tho station. proposed to a quiet, matter of fact fel- - of Jerry Towmey six the hogs tho period was 1,450.000; cattle 050,000; & rl hectors: Discoveriug that fact six miles out of low that thoy see, which could eat the at 3j, and also sold 100 head to bo deliv- sheep, 350,000. Tho total ground area J. J. William, Mt. Vernou: HUSTONVILiLE, KY. J. M. Hail Stanford; town, the engineer began backing into most. Ho readily assented, remarking, ered 1st to 5th of December at 4 cts. covered by their buildings is 50 acres; J. S. Owsley, Stanford : Furnace tho "If you beat mo eating watermelon you E. W. Leo sold 100 stock weathers to the total floor area in buildings 140 acres, Birmingham. At Thomas S.J. Embry, Stanford; Are itill in the business and ready to do any. Lynn, Stanford: thing in the Undertaking line. We have a full J. E. Vr" g freight will have to get up mighty soon in the Porter C. Sandidgo at about$3.40. Jerry and the chill room and cold storago area backing train met an Carpenter, Alilledgevtlle; A. stock of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes J. K. Daughman, Hustonville; of every description. Our hesrse, which is nearly A suppressed titter wont Owens sold to Allen, of Lincoln, 17 head is 40 acres. The number of employes is there was a torriblo collision. Sev- morning." and J. F. Cash, Stanford; new can De ODtatned on short notice Mr. I. H William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. eral passengers in the rear coach were around, but the fellow doesn't know to of feeders at 31 ceuts. Dan- 7,000 and the aggregate of wages S3,500,-00wtwu ua. VHWKV UIVWI UBIIUMI 1HU V SHOW S. II. Shanks, President. our goods to any one acedia? anything in our this day what it was about. killed and a number wounded. ville Advocate. J. U. Owsley, Cashier. ". 1 1 6j-ttwo-year-ol- d, John Wood lonjlit of Hill Snow At tho mcutiiig of tliu Lincoln County Touchers' Ansoi'iiiilnn, hold recently nt Homo mountain steorH at 2. 10. weii-hiiii- ,' by that about 1,000 lbs Jos. Dluckvrhy has Crab Orclmrd, I was itH editor. Wliilo I ' movod to L. lliituhin'. Henry Cox body to olllciate as am conscious that" it is my duty as a lias wold most of his corn, shucked down teacher to rivo it all thu aid I can, yet it in the li.M, at i'2. Kill Snow bought of is witli no littlo denreo of dillldenco that Hill Winnol somu mountain calves, year-- I assuino control of this department, but linjM and cows at 1. They aro of the of fellow- - daisy Kradu. I'. Bright delivered bis with the help and to L'rewitt this week at :'. S3. Ho I hope to catch some of the In- - ho teachers spiration that springs from the fountain also sold (.initios ,hquio heifers at -- i. W. of otlucatioual intelliuenco and to pre- - M. (Jreever has returned to his Casey sent to the public, in a clear ami concise farm. Wheal threshing was completed manner, something that will aid in the hero this week. Luther Underwood's elevation of the common schools of the dog was disturbed one night last week and Mr. 1'ndorwood trjed to stop his county. The oditor of this journal has kindly noise, thinking that he was only barking given us the use of onu corner of his pit- -' at another dog, but all attempts failml to per as a mcditiu through which wo can htopliini until he caught hikI killed bis transmit to the public tho aims and va- - victim, a coon, In the dwelling porch. -riom workings of tho association. The Kggs aro current hero at 13 cents pur association will, if properly conducted, dozen and turkeys at 5 to U eonta pur nrouso in tho teacher a greater onthusi- - pound. James .McCorly has runtixl Mr, asm and lovo for his work, in the trus- - Monefeo's and IJiiiiuiui'h wheat land for tees a deeper concern, nud in the patrons ' the coming season and also .Miss Fannio corn land. Henry Cox will n feeling of greater necessity for tho odu-cation of their children. Wo hope that move to his farm about tho 1st of Xo-th- o teachers and patrons will llook vunibor. Wo dislike to soo two as good around our standard bearer, tho super- - men n ho and J. J. Walker dissolve iutendeut, and make tlia association a partnership. Jim Smith and Jim of groat power, which will revo- - lard havo rented tho Hall farm for next lutlouljio tho common schools of the! season "or SlllO. James Knglonian is country, and put in jopirdy that insig- - down witli rhommatism. Owing to nlilcant pelnnt. who cares no more for some of tho road reviewers being than to nso it as a stopping mtod with tho coutts, tho road from stone to other professions. Toachers, it Carman's through Hrigbt was not re-i- s your duty to attend each meeting and viewed Tuesday, but deferred for a few catch now Inspirations and new ideas, days. Wilhamm Todd hos rented a which will lift you out of tho old oduea- - j place of Dock Chestnut. Kov. Ureen tlonal ruts that the pedagogues for ages ' Clay Smith will preach at Providence havo boon turning around in, and make j church Sunday and Sunday night. The teaching a pleasure tojyoti instead of a protracted meeting proposed hero at the Methodist church, h.w boon postponed task. Trustees nml patrons, you have a very until Nov. 10. K. L. Hubble's hogs, important part to play on this stage. fnoding on Sugar Creek, had a stroke of Your responsibility for the education of cholera and live died before ho bhipnod your children is greater than you seotn to them. Jes,io Swoposold his sorrel mare be conscious of. The attendance of tho at the I.oxiuuion sales for 5200. Mrs. common schools should be treble what Hlnckorby tells us that bur son, Hilly, has it is at present and you aro in a great extended his visit from Missouri to measure accountable fpr it not being so. Washington Territory. M. F. llernn There !a need of more respectable hour has not yet found a place to buy and Iocs in many part of the country and it cato and wo hope yet lie may not move will be to your advantage, as well as to out of our neighborhood. James and tho teachers' if they ran Iw secured. Wo Church Yeagor havo returned from cordially invite vou all to attend tho as-- , Montana and James tolls us ho is going sociatlon, which meets at Stanford, and to spend part of tin's next season in Lex-joi- n us in discussing tho best moans by ington. loafers will remember that which wo can mend the defects ru our Hammonds' is tho place to procure G. W. Fiiy, lCdltor erveil seats, feel good tiros and enjov Following is tho programme for the good drinks ice water after Xdv. L3th. Scpiiro IS. F. Kngletnan receives many next meeting of the Teachers' Assocla- tlon, to bo hold at Stanford, Oct. :$lst, at compliments from tho court and people as n now magistrate 7 !. m: Wo are proud of I'rayor-H- ev. John Hell Gibson. bolh of our H,imu.H , tljs tihtrict Address of Woh omo MbsCe.tioTliur- Li(i.xs CitKKK. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. mond. Hallou, of lincaster, spent Sunday with Hcsponse J. A. Chappoll. The Object of Kecitatiou Mrs. Anna relatives hero. Mis Leo Hoazley, who has been visiting in tho West for several Carrier. Why Do I Teach? Opened by J. W. years, returned, and was tho guest of her cousin, Miss Alice Huiizley the first Smith. How to Grade tho Country School so 'of tho week. Our count v friend M to CV.rry on a Continuous Courso of; Mr. I'M Stone, of Wellington, Kan., is Study From Year to Year -- G. W. Frye. bore spending a few days. Ho tolls us Tho Relation Hetweon tho State and that tho wheat out thoro will hide a jack Education It. Leo Davis. rabbit, and has for tho last month, and What Preparations are Xecessary for that thoy cut corn altogether with g (. I j j 1 no piko in tho county. L. G. and J. C. Gooch havo formed a partnership as real estate agents and are now taking options and preparing to advertise their business. S. II. Gooch has moved his familvto McKinnoy and bought an intetest in W. It. Gooch's jewelry store. Misses Lilly and Violet (iooeli havo gone to Somerset to remain till Christmas. W. D. Gooch Hold his property and ipiit after securing homes for his small children. Henry Husband family have moved to Dry Itidgo. Mis Gracio Walton, of Hoone county, is visiting Miss Kiln Rice. Nick and Dud Reynolds havo gone to Oneida, Tenn., to work at a mill. Willie Onstott, who has been visiting in Garrard county, leturnod homo, bringing with him some ot tho prettiest girls of that county, who aro visiting the family of (i. C. Caldwell. Hut very few pooplo at Stanford tho first day of Circuit Court. Guess the boys aro all on" fishing and hunting. . house-keeping Wo passed over tho now turnpike Clyde Laudram is working the teleThe Home and Lot of nq Acres on the Danville pike, one mi'e from Stanford, now occupied last Monday and 11 ml it generally in graph at silver Creek. by Mr K Thurmond. It n well improved, has received a NEW and LLKGANT very goo.l condition. Tho stockholders of Fall and . inter Millinery, and securedLINE liuite a crowd of young folks will at- fine orchard, toX garden and water. sen ices or .Mrs Kdmiston, I nmte the ladiesthe iMItb FANNIE DUNN. 67tf of aro determined that it shall be second to tend the Kellogg eoucort at Danvillo to-- , Mcrvinney and vi. imty to call at lower room i i ' j FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. con-toach- lng , j One good Jersev milk cow for sale. McRoberts. S. M. Owenssold 37 hogs, 173 lbs., to Kminett McCormack at 3 J. Jerry Itriscoe bought in Taylor 01 head of cattle at 2 J. J. F. Dunn bought of A.C. Dunn 8 mule colts, mostly mares, at $05. Heazley Bros, hold to n Boyle county party a pair af aged mare mules for W. H. 1,100-pound SS25. M. F. Klkin A Co., bought of John Popples 10 head of hogs at ?:s.so. It. II. McAninch, of Casey, bought in the West Knd a lot of feeders nt 2 175-poun- d contH. 'A j 1,700-poun- d n night. Xext .Monday will bo county court day. The court of claims will bo in sua sion also. Tho medical board at this place ox-- i aminod 10 applicants for pensions on Wednesday. Tho protracted meeting at tho Bap-- ! list clutch continues this week. Largo crowds attend every afternoon and evening. Thomas G. Payne, tho gentleman who was killed in the wreck near Somerset a few days ago, was an important commonwealth's witness in the Dick Gentry case. Judge J. C. Hemphill, the new police judges is making tho way of the transgressor hard. Hardly a day passes that he doesn't send some violator of law to the rock pile. .Messrs. Ballon it Gaines have issued invitations to their fiiendsaud customers to come to their store and got a drink of "cocoa." As this is a local option town, they will be greeted by a largo crowd. A ditllculty occurred on Monday last between Maj. J. A. Burnsideand Mr. W. A. Kirby over a business transaction in which some blows were struck. Upon the trial Mr. Kirby was fined $S and Burnbido acquitted. County Superintendent Anderson tells us that ho is about through visiting tho diflereut schools in tho county and finds them all in vood shape. Our friend, Col. Daws Hughes, is principal of tho public school iu this district and it is at tho top of tho list in every respect. It seems strange that while there is so much kicking about business being so dull nud times ho hard that there is such a demand for dwelling-housein Lancaster. A gentleman who bought a house a few days ago told me that in one day four or lve diHerent persons wanted to rent it. If some of our capitalists would put up n number of good dwelling-housefor rent probably business would increase. Woikmen have been busy all week pulling down the old walls and building new fences around tho burnt district. About all tho insurance has been set tled uy tno uuiereut companies in which policies were hold. Xow let some enterprising man put up a couple of s nico where the old fire traps were. Some of tho reports sent out as to the losses sustained were greatly ex aggerated. Tho houses consumed con sisted of an old livery stable, a very old two story frame and an old brick dwelling, and the value was greatly un der tlio estimate given in most of the papers. s s store-room- FOR KENT. House on Lancaster street in Stanford, containing three rooms and crllnr. Good oitturn holding about jeo barre's of water in yard J. II. 1IIGGINS, .Stanford, Ky. 6-tf Veranda Hotel. of ?'4t MRS I J.TANNKR. McKinney, Ky. POSTED. I forbid kinfolks and their folk's folks, my folks and their frlks, as well as colored folks, totrcsntts or hunt birds, rabbits and squirrels on my farm without my permission, or they will be punished to the full extent ot the law f mean what I sav THOMAS C. HALL. J" FOR SXjS. My Detirable Property, known as Catron'a Plaoa, Somorsot, Ky., Now rennni; at per month For price, description and terms, write or call on me at Somert set, Ky. WM. M. CATRON 6i-4- FOB, Term, easy. S-AX- $i. Lot on Main Street in Stanford Containing r io acres. Wr3EW3FXHM. Ow ing to my continued bad health, t have formed a partnership with my brother, John L. Klkin, under the firm name of M. I. F.lkin A-- Co , to take effect Oct ist. Persons knowing themsres indebted to me will please call at once and settle. I am unable to see you in person and need my money badly. Thanking you for your liberal in the past, I ask continuance ot same toward the new hrm. Kespectfully, ai; T. R WALTON', Stanford. For Salo 86 I Twenty IJuildiiijj I.ots In the corporate limits of Rowland. H J. T DARST, Rowland. ti .M. F. ELKIN. LINCOLN CO. FARM For RENT. The undersigned will rent for the year 8ot, on reasonable terms, her Farm ol 330 Acre,. iVi mile, trow Milledgeville. Ky. The renter can hrtve tho 54-- Fruit Trees For Salo Cheap. I have a nice lot of Apple Trees, Grapo Vines and Raspberry Plants, uf my o n raising, for sale. Apple Frees 15 cents each and others in proportion, as I wish to close out the business P. L SjIMPhON, Stanford, Ky. tf Mrs. NANCV IKNKINS :an ville, Ky. Houss and Lot at Crab Orchard For Sale, FARM FOE, SALE. A House and Lot, consisting of itf Acres, loca-te- d at Crab Orchard, Ky., and known as theSU-viproperty, one Ulock from Depot. Tho houso We offer for sale privately our farm known as contain, six spacious rooms, one lattice porch, one the Gcome Andersen nlacc. U mile from Huston. open porch und portico, with all necessary ville, on the Liberty pike, containing 43 acres, Call on or address D B. Ednftstoa, Rooa uuejuug 01 o rooms ana well watered. Call Crab Orchard, Ky., or me at Pineville. Kv 011 or address us at Hustonvillc, Ky. SAMUEL ULA1KM. D. JOHN KLLIS. so-- tf MARY ELLIS. ns 3t Farm For Sals. I offer for sale prUately the Henry Hester farm of 60 acres of bottom land on Dtx River; ai acres sown in wheat up and all right balance in Erais. The dwelling has 6 rooms, t hero is a new barn, good well, fine orchard and tcnclng nearly new. Terms, half cash, balance in one and two years, with interest. II not sold will be for rent. Posi session given January 1, f J. V. ADAMS. Stanford, Ky. 18-j- ITEW SAW MELL. .J, XVe c I PRICKS ' at'-0Sber at the mil or deliver, to suit purchaser,!. luml Gi e a trial. Po.toffice. MAVWOOD, me KY. T 1 Saw Mill on the Somer-fV- PI fini,I,ed.mv " fV7 mil7,,rJon' Stanford and am prepared any kind of LU.MI1ER SHIN'fVivs "''' A.B.IIASTIN Nurseries. Huston-villean- d neigh-borlwo- d 57-i- m plan-te- r. PUBLIC SALE Farm For Sal. Forty-fou- r x 1 FOR i 1 11 65-t- d Commissioner's Sale - self-bindin- M d V- live-iniuut- o Ju.t-AKl-fc.MK- E FOE, EENT Huston-vill- 15 I890, n y co i moT blue-gras- s 1 out-house- s, 43-i- 65-t- d Ed-di- -- THE MYERS HOUSE . - Farmers Bank& Trast -- Pool aud Billiard Parlors 1 -- Mo-Bray- 0. wost-boum- l, 232-poun- d J. T. STTTTOIT CO, out-gotu- 1,100-pouu- d 0. 04.(1 7T?MssitlMBaWBMMiaWaaMWMslMaMaKIMMMs Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Octouer 24, 1890 1 & Mr. R- - f" L ' - Ward and others, who were swindling; urged his constituents to keep McKinleyj tln riJv of Louisville. As Mr. Wanl at Home next term. In Coireo county, Cut., Stokes and was indicted here 'on the charges made is very likely Varna on one side and Thomas Seers on by Judge Finley and ns he to bo convicted, the Arkansas indict- the other, quarreled over a tract of land. ment will fall very lint, even if Gov. Seers tired on the negroes at work on DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Huckner would grant a requisition for j iremisos, wounding one, and the blacks For Congress, the editor, which, of course, he would j organized a mob, went to the nearest set not do under tho circumstances. Judge Hiitnii.tf n.i.1 iijonaainnlnil ffllll M'llHt'ri. (111 illCrCUSt ' Cetlt. Oil tllC COS I Of (ill Dl'IJ Goods, J Finley is losing no sleep and is as serene Troops have beeVbent to tho scene. 11 C U I'C -- Pete McCartney, who was serving a Roots, StlOCSft Ucits, Caps, 01' as if nothing had happened. The Congressional election ia just ten sentHuv in tho Ohio peniteu-- ' sucjh Jieuvilij even 7 When-- tho case of B. Shepard White, tiary for counterfeiting, died luesday. days oir. There is every probability that jj,-7,7.,.,V.,o it lilt, It, t,.,,lo,l tho I I I I t tj ti Iwfnrn ih.n J'n- ...hinl, tti.t tilt' . .1 .s i t v r j vv I f ti.iM.it I mil. tti.tt. Ifr. t I I I I it tit tit t t . the democrats will elect a majority of the young Washington dude w ho forged He was one of the slickest been so Ken- or went into tho business. "us1 most1 of. the members, but this cannot bo accom- his employers name nnd lied to pur- to be plished unless the paity will rally to the tucky, was called he failed to appear and successful work was on overnment j7.-.votes how greatly his bond was declared forfeited. It is bonds, and he once made a $1,000 United cluiSCS. polls and show by its 'This it detests Heed and the measures he and understood that the eocietv people fur- States bond to perfect that it was actual-his mob have enacted and attempted to nished the money for the bond, in order ly redeemed at the treasury. foist upon the country. Starting with n that White might skip out. Ho knew The tobacco growers of Barren counmajority of three and finding that it was too much about the bon ton and had too ty held a meeting at Glasgow and passtoo slim to.depend on, eight democrat, many compromising letters from the fair ed resolutions strongly condemning the who were elected by from 215 to Kl,153 sex in his possession for him to bo per- proposed warehouse combine In Louisad-hereha majorities, were robbed of their seats, mitted to come to trial. They resolved ville and Cincinnati. to set, of without right or reason, further than that "we will not ship to or in any way Fikb completely gutted tho Inquirer that the republicans needed them and patroui.e this warehouse trust, or any Owensboro, Tuesday night. The had the power to steal them. Caring office at who have sold or and only partially man or set of men nothing for the constitution nud the es- loss is very heavy WEEK:proposed to sell to said trust. by insurance. The proprietor, tablished usages, the party in power has covered Inspector General Dumont, in hi,,, b.O (J, WOl'tll &b; ,1Cll S C.Vtra. lOllg UVei'COUtS WOT 17 trampled upon the rights of the minori- C. C. Givens, and rev Woodson, of the annual report of the Steamboat Inspect- - 0 Q. brOWIl $G, WOl'tll S hcUVU Mctl s ty, defied precedents and disregarded Messenger, have been exchanging some ing semce of the united .Melton right and justice. It doubtful compliments, but in the hour of thatdunngtheveartherewere.il everv principal of ; aivi-- 1 o Mr. W. came nobly to -, Cape 6. cou Ik.,- -. has admitted States into the Union, his enemy's need n:.. ';.. ,i...w, nf rescue nnd offered him tho use of his nnniiliuion was not equal to an his U, IIWI 7 Ol Octo- n ill Five hundred million passengeis were Inordinary Congretfaional district, simply office, which was accepted and the II .' carried by steam vessels during the year be'r as usual. because it wanted more Senators and quirer has been issue and Gen. Dumont asserts that no method to on Congressmen to do its dirty work. It The Cincinnati Enquirer says that of travel presents so low a percentage of be week. Set to New Mexico, has refused admission Sara Bernhardt has no visible means of casualities. which had the right to demand it, solely support an instance where genius takes John Dixon heard his wife and for the reason that she would add to the tho place of legs. Martin Halsey plotting to meet in a The large democratic representaiion. wood near their home, and procuring a Cleveland left surplus w hich President NEWS CONDENSED. gun, he went to the point nnd conceded in the treasury has been squandered in pair nrrivid Mary M. Barnett has beenappoiuted himself. When the guilty .11. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, .Uiiiingcr. extravagant appropriations. It has enbilling nnd cooing in true lovi r and were a tarifi' bill not to reduce the un- postmaster at Add, Laurel county. acted fired at his livrtl in his, A cog railway to the summit of fishion, Dixon necessary revenues, but to supply corwife's affections and ho died without feature of the mesting- and that alone n This Pike's Peak was opened last Sunday. ruption funds for the elections. know ing what hurt him. Then he turn- worth your time. Carlisle will speak hi the Second bill has greatly increased the price of nil Kentucky District three times next ed on tho woman and would have killed life- and is fast ac of the necessities of her but for her piteous appeals for life' MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. complishing what it seems intended for week. 1 He jwrties The constis shows Wisconsin 1,0S3," and promises to jj a Mrs. Balling r Mullins, aged about to make the rich richor.and the poor North Carolina. live in inOregon - 0U7, increase So, died near Maretburg Tuesday. poorer. Bad as is this record, a mensmother-in-laof Mr. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. nr ovnn ninro mutinous until iui ui crease 137,72:1. Mrs. Hoii.-toi-i, ;n 1 I las the l.irj;t"'t ami Five men were blown to pieces in House. We N. II. Tyree, died Saturday of conamii them was forced through the wvij After three weeks the debate ou the tion. bill, by which McXairy City, Tennessee, by the burstrefer to tho Lodge Election MOST COMPLETE STOCK BUI of Rights has closed. Praiao the Mr. It. A. Welsh has uecopted a the party in power proposed to take from ing of a boiler. who was to have been Henry Popp, track-layis train on tho tho States all authority in elections and OK . 1 --Tho committee on ol..cation i..,B to- - 'sition on tho place it in the hands of supervisors ap- hung in the Ohio penitentiary, has been kind org bled resolutions providing for TA Jmrty of F. S. geological survey- pointed by partisan judges to thwart the respited for a month. . . A piece ofrealestato in tho contre lens ni uio puuiiLwas a v- b, nhMirwUonii fn. in nfil will of the people. There never ever shown in Stanford at prices rj "fc'v- concocted to keep of Chicago's business portion, is valued pulsory education our tallest knobs during thu pa&t two more infernal scheme as low as the lowest. Tho members wont on nuotlier wooks. the dominant party in power than this at 510.000 a front foot. & Gathright's largo sadjaunt to Lexington Wodnosday. This Harbison Remember that I have one of the best watch-makerForce Hill, v, hich fortunately the Senate, Mr. M. P. Noweomb has raised three in the State, getting monotonous. If the heeding the powerful demonstrations of dlery shops, in Louisville, were burned, thing is nice crops on thu samo piece of ground who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to do at Frankbovs can't find anything to public disapproval fiom all over the making their second loss in n year. tiiisbonson. First Irish potatoes, then send jobs to the city. Kngraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old Architect Mullett, of fort, let them go home and conso draw- com and lastly turnips. for the present. country, refused to pnss suicide at ing pny they do not earn from tho State. gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicpower to enact it tho treasury, committed Mt.S. B. Freoman was summoned It is, however, in its The only known survivors of the by wire to Atlanta a few daysMiicutolus ited nnd I guarantee satisfaction. as soon as it meets again, and there are Washington because he was hard up. A. R. PENNY. Merriweth-er- , collision on the Union convention of '49 are D.ivid A rumors that the president will call an Bullitt wife's bedside, she being very low. She Louisville; W. l. Thompson. died before he reached home. extra session of Congress solely to have Pacific, near Kansas City, killed an engineer and injured nine other persons. county; tarken J. Proctor, Edmonson; Charles Thomason, the night track the bill made a law. Should tho result Old Saddle Baps McDonald says we W. B. Machen, Lyon; John D. Morris, walker on of the election on Nov. 4th fail to show the section here, laid down on Christian; Silas Woodson, St. Joseph, Wednesday that hearty disapproval and condemna- are going to carry Indiana, elect 10 conthe track in tunnel No. Mo.; Richard Hnnson, of Bourbon, and nignt and fell asleep. Tho wrecking tion of republican schemes and measures gressmen and a majority of the Legisla'if& they will be invited to bo the guests of train came along and saw his rud lamp, that is expected, then that party will ture. ".&A ... ,L 'Z Aw Capt. John Edmonson, of the K. C, the present body, Nov 13. stopped and waked him up. A pretty feel licensed to continue in its course of ' SLpriS'S , Cynthi-anareckless rascality and outrageous tyran- got bis foot caught in a frog at narrow escape. CHURCH AFFAIRS. and wnsrundowuby a train and every 'demony. It therefore behooves .Mrs. L. R. Schooler and daughters, Is Receiving His Quarterly meeting will begin nt tho crat to go to the polls and induce every killed. Miss Muttie and Mrs. Jack Adams, of of a variety theatre Methodist church here tomorrow at 11 The proprietor one else that he can to go atid express Garrard, are visiting Mrs. L. B. Adams, indignation they feel ugainst such a in Pittsburg has sued a Presbyterian o'clock nnd continue till Sunday night. the at this place. Misses Ida and May AdRev. W . Y. Sheppard will preach nt ams are party. Do not waste your votes ou can- paper for 530,000 damages for calling his at Grays. .Mrs. W. L. lender-so- u Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. a low place. College chapel at 4 v. M.f next Sunthe didates with a side issue, but see that is visiting relatives at P.irksilfe. J. T. Harahan, late of tho L. &. N., day. A general invitation is cordially your ballot has nothing on it but the .Mr. and Mrs. Adams, from near Boron, democratic candi- has been elected second vice president of extended. name of the straight aro visiting the family of Mr. W. A. 15. the Illinois Central and will have charge At tho meeting of tho Kentucky Davis. .Mr. J. W. Huston, tho oil man, date for Congress. .GO TO of its traffic department. Synod of the Presbyterian Church in has returned from Pittsburg, Pa. The The deaths of Mrs. Thomas Johnson Covington, Drs. Evans and Guorrant reThe delegates totheconstitutioualcon-ventioirrepressible Pat Welsh is in tho Virgin, who imagine the country is and Mrs. G. W. Evans, who was a ported S1S.900 raised tho pn,t year for Mr. George Taylor itf ia mountains. waiting with bated breath to read their daughter of Waller Chenault, Sr are evangelistic work. very low and not expected to live. orations, have had the wind somewhat noted in the Richmond Climax. Rev. Geo. Hunt will preach nt the The steamer Annio Young, plying Baptist church next Sunday morning taken out of their sails by Col. E. PolW MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. public printer, who says in the in Lake Michigan, took fire and burned and night. Ou Monday night, Oct. 27, a Johnson, Capital: "We have widely advertised to tho water's edge. Of the crew 13 protracted meeting will begin. PreachSid Jennings, an L. & N. fireman, g ing by Rev. L. 11. Safin, tho converted and Mrs. Nannie J. Chappell, a the fact that reports of the debates would were rescued and S were drowued. Republicans of Pennsylvania are Jew. widow of 30, wero married at lie furnished daily for 50 cents per month Rev. R. R. Noel says that tho result Rowland Wednesday. during the session. Our subscription badly scared over the prospect in that enor- State, although they had a majority at of his meeting at North Rolling lurk, list to this time has reached the Improvements In Siuokn 6uiirMluii. Boyle county, 1 days and 27 sermons, mous number of 3o copies, of which five the last election of S0.000. Determined attempts aro being mado Lamp chimneys nro taxed 00 per was 17 added, 15 of whom were bajitied. heads." Posterity may read are dead debates to see what manner of men cent, under tho now taritF bill, so that He commenced a meeting at Junction in Chicago to suppress Uie blinding the is blown ashoro from piissiny monkeyed ns statesmen in tho year 1SD0, they reach the consumer at just about City last night and asks an interest in smoke that hte.im craft. An experiment was mado footall christians. twice what he ought to pay for them. the prayers of but the present generation, who are recently to demonstrato tho practicabilBishop Blyth, of Jerusalem, say ity of a now invention. A small tube The Withers Brothere.'of Meade couning the bill, takes littlo interest in tho GO TO- proceedings,.except to hopo that they ty, held a reunion this week. There are that the return of Jews to the Holy with n perforated top, Uko tliat in a short. six of them and the lowest is six feet six Land is remarkable. In 1841 there wero pprinkling can, was introduced into tho will he cut 1&S3 mokttt;tck, and through this utaun inches, while their average weights nro but 8,000 of them in Palestine. In The McKinley tarifF bill increases tho 191 pounds. In 1S90 there could Ihj injected njon tho uprnshm they numbered 23,000. 2 import duties on tin plato from twice as many as re- smoko, which Immediately condensed. The Rainbow, a magnificent Ohio were 70,000-nea- rly for the beneto 10,014,811. 33, not tho Babylonish captivity Tho littlo tulo, with ita jete and sprays river Bteamboat, was burned at Cincin- turned from of steam, Is not n smoko coasuinor, but fit of the government, whoso revenues The locomotives made in Philadel- there Beoins littlo doubt of its utility in was 201 feet long and was regStoves, Coal Vases, Coal Stoves, greatly in excess of the needs of nati. She Jerusalem are now at 89o tons. The insurance is phia for the railway between tho latter tho prevention of Binokc, Now York Sets, Stove economical administration, but for istered at an Commercial Advertiser. and Joppa have arrived '$12,000; tho loss 525,000. Consul at Jeru. the benefit of the rich manufacturers, is at Lenox, Mass., point and the American Mrs. Cleveland Also full line of Hardware. We make a specialty of Cutlery. Sole A Shower of Gruln. engines aro the who will be expected to pony up heavistarted tho machinery of tho salem writes that these agents for the Celebrated Queen Shears every pair warranted. but she It is indeed n remarkable talo from ly to buy the next election. This more Holy Land. The Alabama Fair, at Birmingham, all the first ever used in tho full line of Queensware and Groceries and guarantee thnn double duty on plate will increase samo. She simply touched a button and desciplea would think somebody else was Diarbckir (Turkey in Asia) which is told We also handle a Durprices to be as low as anybody's. Try our "O. K." Lard, best our by tho Turkish journal Tho Tarik. the price of nil canned goods and it working miracles if they wero alivo and ing a recent tempest thcro was showered went whizzing around. in the world. iinally comes out of the consumer. Tho it The latest news from West Virginia could see these monsters perform. from tho side neither hailstones nor people will learn after a while that tho The weather nas senousiy imuriui- rninilrnrui hnt: frrnlfiq nt inillnfr 'TliA in. wipo out of exis- is that tho Democrats will prob.ibly elect SundaytarifTis n tax and will habitants of Melessa and Muhal have all four congressmen from that State, rei:1 with tho attendance at the tence the party that is continually piling though being lieia at me gathered tho gruln and have Btorod It, the contest in two or tlireo of School Conference I wotiM respectfully infcrm my old tricncU and those and aro grinding it for bread. it up on them. customer that I am again at work at my profej-io- n the districts are going to bo very close. Methodist church this week, but been The Lincoln N'ational Hank of Stanford, Ky .is havo ami would be pleated to receive any uorkin On being arrested for illegal regis- who have braved the storms closing uti its affairs All noteholders and others the way of Aroiuul the World. "Wiiik switching at Altamont Thursday aro interest-inhaving claims against said Association are hereby fully paid. Tho exercises Dr. John C. Berry, who is in Asia on notified to present the notes and claims against morning, freight No. 34 ran into No. tering at Chicago, Wm. Duuson, colored, and instructive and the debates a vacation, mailod a letter nud a postal Watch, 01c ck or Jewelry Repair- the Association for payment confessed and revealed tho details of a knocked a couplo of cars off tho 6od 30 and chairman card to Dr. R, D. Bibber, of Bath, ing. J t OWSLEYrCwhier." plot for wholesale unlawful registration, quite lively. Rev. J- - K""1 is track. It happened in a deep cut and it and gavo the names of white and black and Rev. J. M. Wilsou, of Mackville, on tho samo day, Fending ono west- Also repairing S;wrL' Midlines, Cum, Tlitoli, Lock., tec. All was several hours beforo the debris was OLDsecretary. The following preachers aro ward via St, Petersburg and tho other republicans engaged in the conspiracy. cleared up, thus delaying tho north W. E. Griustend cast via San Francisco. Tho letter ami Work Neatly and Promptly Dono y.v'gim A fool named Alonzo Southcrland, in attendance: Revs. h7EiT(nnnririnn" wrmr-.And Warranted by bound passenger 4 hours. Nobody was from Woodford, thought tho Wilmore; P. J. postal card reached Bath in tho samo Louisville and Mr. Matthews, Bath (Mo.) Times. - mail. THOMAS RICHARDS, Stanfurd, Ky. hurt. Ragan. HUSTON VI LLE, KY.. Southern track would make a softor bed Strother, Somerset; G. G. 12. Hoom up stairs, Odd Fellows' building, entrance II. Penrce; B. Ragan and W. A dolicate whlto scarfing may bo worn next door to RAUM.Iteed and Rascality are now be- than other portions of terra firma, so he P. W. GREEN, - - Proprietor. Poynter, Shelbyville, with loss apprehension, and therefore ing inflicted upon the Indiana voters. hid down and went to sleep. A train Danville; W. T. X and wife, Harrodsburg; E. greater satisfaction, than during the The three Ra., Rum, Romanism and Re- came along and ho woke up with both F S Tollitt the protective colthe above JTerrill, Canetown; T. B. Cook, B. warm interim when pertpiringooae and I have removed my office to my resideuce, oppo Having leased prepared to hotel,:iefittedVand for Blaine and legs gone. bellion, were too much I am lar melted under the accommodate the pubF. K. Struve, Perryville; J. is charged that the manufacturers College, where I will be found at all lic in will prove too much style. Ratta reasonable It site Kem! 600J the three Ra. above HUGH KEIO. Liery and Sample Rooms attached.agij.juT The music is quite a ndangertd tha costly fabric times. 94 of Fittsburg have contributed 5250,000 in Myera, Moreland. for the Hoodier'a ttoflMch. I Stanford, Ky., of tho Louisvillo Post, order to carry McKinley's Congressional has been indicted for criminal libel by district. Gov. Hill, of New York, spoke tho Little Kock, Ark., grand jury, be- - in tho district Tuesday and in u rousing onnsn lin aliruii'il nn thu niSCftlitV of Zel) (speech on the uilects of tho now tnriil, Editor Finley, THERE WILL BE 10 ADVANCEMENT In prices with us, despite the fact that W. F. WALTON. JA3IES b. Mccreary. T HE M'KINLEY TARIFF BILL of J, per I I I mr j s' Clotlllllg, prepared f jlist Tl'Unks, Carpets, $C at an emergency, having specula ted la rgely and buying jocri7, ,!,..; .' nrnhnl extensive that thought Kinley Bill was Our speculations hare secured for the storage of our Immense additional warerooms had .JleailS r a means j. 1 Low Prices Will Ever Prevail strictly And that our motto of "Low Figures, Quick Returns" will as long as there' dollar's worth goods in our house. d 4- 1 -. Men's Overcoats at OBSERVE OUR SPECIALS FOR TJJS (U&4.Ot th Chinchilla SV.50; OvCrCOntsillbluCaild J Jlcil' tig a Overcoats $S.5(), worth SJ2.60; Boys' Overcoats SJ.H5, wor th 2o; Boys' Id Overcoats S2.7o, worth In the whole town you d animated scene than that resented at our store these is because our prices arc the lowest. days. 'hat is the reason forget get as many chances as possible .Don't that handsome .Plush which will given away Christmas J0a,rlor i T HE t LOUISVILLE j STORE R. SALINGER, - ' Tho Old Reliable Jeweler in in thel Lead. UGS.'-'O- O; 5511',-JO- $52 f. -- j- - fSS!!52& TOfBLiuTi. .. .- SfA. t?SV"'il i Penny ihZtoQffusjffimm .i1 ng - sag 'S&&L42& Watches :nul Jewelry,. s tail-en- d H.g.RUPLEY,- - 1 ". fm bmbi3MU$& FALL AND WINTER GOODS. 1 play-hous- e n A9 A. W A11JE1I9! "JIODIiX GROCERY" good-lookin- 1 For Groceries, Glass- - and Queensware, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax, Etc. -- 57,279,-459.7- HIGGINS &JfKINNEY'S Bods, Fire Cooking Heating Boards. - TO THEPUBLXC. ITotioo. g -- ra m More-land- poit-vflic- e. 58-- lf e; R, X MOV X D first-cla- ss r' "3 Semi-Week- ly YV i V I 4 U Fou Kknt. Tlio desirable residence to give the programme. Suflice it to say the entire day will be instructive and enKM tertaining. All are cordially invited. Amanda Andkus-on- , Stanfokd, Ky., - OcTOiir.iiiM, 1890 District Mist l.itriK BitAzixr wants to hiwct, Lost, the last day of the Hnptiat Assonot Builliur reniiliMicc. ciation here, a silver fork with a black Great Sale of City Lots in Richmond, Ky. B.O.WAI.TON, DUB.ManQROr ClIlM IMI.l.A OvercotitH for moil, nil thread tied around it. Finder will please The Directors of the Richmond Investreturn to me. Mrs. It. K. Harrow. wool, only $.. Joo S. Jonus. MEANS BUSINESS. ment Company have decided to change I will loturn trom the city Thursday the date of the sale of the lots in the I r yon need u nice dress you should 1'ay your accounts. mean von. A. J;. lVnny. with n large line of the latest styles in Dillingham Addition from Wednesday, see our line. Severance A Son. Watoiikh and jewelry repaired and huts and bonnets. Ladies call and ex- October '2'1, to Wednesday, October '2M, Taki: your eggs to Joe S. Jones' and amine my stock. Mrs. ICntio Klkin. warranted. A. It. Penny. for 1S1K), in order that it mav occur upon got 13 cts. Opposite Portman House. Tiik best place to buy drills, patent medicincH and toilet articles is at A. It. Hon. K. C. the date of the jolliiication over the forI Cantorln curw Colic, Contlp.ilion, Attention IItntkub. "CfttorlnLiMrcUadArtctltochiMrcnthat Sim us on heating and cooking stoves, Pennv'H. Warren sayB the published Gameljiw is mal opening of the H. X. f. & H. R. R. Irocon1,Pn.Uta..Uperiort.nypre?cr.pUon Jiuv your school books, ink, tablets, grates, coal vases, Ac. Higgius A Me- D., I A. Archer, n to mo gestlon, incorrect. Come to headquarters for The event will bo paper, pencils and school supplies of all Kiunuy. N, Y. 111 So. Oxford St., BrwAlj-nI Without Injurious medication. celebrated by an ex. kinds front A. H. IVnnv. breech and muzzle loading guns, powder Tub Ckntacr Company, T7 Murray Street, N. Y. L. turn', Men's and Children's Under- shot and loaded shells, at low prices for clusion from I.ouisviIlo, a big burgoo POINTS." PERSONAL wear in ribbed and tint goods. Sever- cash, without any new tarifl'duties add- and public speaking on the grounds of " ance A Son. ed. W. H. Mcltoberts. tho Company. Sale will bagin at 11 a. Mit. A. It. l'ns.sv wont to Misn's suit of red underwear Tuesday. Gov. MiCiikmiy will address tlio peo- m. This is the best opportunity ever ofMits. J. IS. I)urt..s is visiting friuudi onlv Uf cts. Joo S. Jones, opposite e fered for investment in a growing town tople of Lincoln at the House. in Louisville. morrow, Saturday, at 1 r. m. Don't fail a town of 5,000 population, with waterMn. GuoikikSto.nmi, of Liberty, is at Foil Sai.b. Three shares building and to hoar him. He will toll you things works, street railroad, low teudiiiK cotiit. Ixnn Association stock of the original that will disgust you witli the methods no city ueitt. Tiie census t Vn.i. II. Wkaiiun is clorklng for " of the g. o. p. and make you resolve to taxes aim issue. A. A. Warren. snows that it is the hvest and most A .MuKiuney. never east another vote hereafter than Tin: "linn Club" pronounces our load- the straight democratic ticket. Iiss Mi.nxikCmii,, of libation, is the prosperous town in Kentucky. Kvery- ed sheila the Inst ever in this market. Kiichtof Miss May Ilobn. Monky Gone Wijst. For some time body invited. Four hundred and fiftyJ Mus. Dkvkii, of UolliiiKH, is visiting liur Try them. Higgins A McKinney. ' past Mr. It. W. Hocker has beeu work- lots will be sold. son, J. L. Dover, the K. 0. mail uiesson- what kind ing on a scheme to consolidate tho GerGo to Joe fc. Jones' and KIM. of a shoujl will buy. Cull for "sample man American National and Mercantile NEW AnVKUTISKMEXTS. Mit. Joseph X. Hull, a clever young shoss." Opposite Portman House. Hanks of Kansas City. He lias finally Kuntlumnii from Shelbyvilie, has charge tho two will WANTED-- A COOP CLERK. of the cocoa ditplny at A. A. Warren's Yoru taxes must bo paid during the succeeded and And Full of the Best Goods on the Market. We are still Sole of October. Tnless they are II unite under tho iiiiino of the Metropolimonth flue who hat liail omc experience in haD'HiDg btore. age, experr ur gwi i.uc Mn. II. S. With mis went over to Lex per cent.' will bo atlilou on Mv. 1. I. I). tan National IVmk. Mr. Hocker will be erKC ami n rhip to iiricv aeircu ariafrom lam cm Agents for the Celebrated irrmh reference president and the institution starts out if required. No une need apply h n ington Wuilnutulny to sue ids daughter, Nowlaud. Sheriff. a toft, e.iiv nlace I want a man to worL luntms with alwnit 100,000 deposits from tho mid not to play or attend parties VMrMre. Mary Howiiiuii, who Is quite ill ItAiLiioAit Mbn. Call and see the I) O. SLAL'OHTKK. old Ixinks and some 700 accounts. The with fuvur. 68 I'aiut Lick, K wnlch cases capital and cluiipest stock will not be less than $o00,-00- 0 (.5. Kastlm to went down Mi. A. grades of introduced here. All ever nor more than 1, 000,000. Tho now Murcoryosturday to sow liur father, Mr. movements at Also a Large Assortment of PL'ULIC SALE prices and W. 15. Clulland.who was badly hurt in giiBiiintoed, at W. H. Mcltoberu', The bank is bound to be n success, backed as it is by tlio good will of the old ones and MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S a runaway accident. Jowuler. managed bv men who have made tlio Stock, Crop & Fino Brood Ivlaros. Orit regular California letter will lie Hhva.vt Clmik, brother of Mrs.'.N. J. banking business pay handsomely. In all Grades. leavy, Medium and Light Weights in Standard inihfsod. A private letter from Mr. T. it. Having rented my farm, I will Lexing- When Mr. Hocker was here last summer w hicli has not Horton, of this county, died at Walton says his health, Screwed. Thursday, October 30, 1890, Improved slucu his return, i wortw now ton Monday from the effects of the he let a few of his friends in'o the blow on his bend which W. II. Ward scheme and soon hud $70,000 subscribed Sa'l to thmi when ho left here. theilKhot bidder the follow n.,( property, EEA2TD aiming I tenl iriMilmj ol Siik It, Crop and I). It. C.mu'K.ntrii wunt up to 1'nint intlictod with a pick bundle about two in Stanford alone. This large sum was iK at my farm in (.arr ird iounl on the Hand-Turneywirs ago. The skull was fractured and transmitted this week, the Farmers Goodyear Welts, in fast almost everything needed in r uher I d pik, three mile west uf MekTueoclny and jwid tiie iiMnntnrv Itryaabmlle visBank ah I Trust Company sending widow of Mr. .1. H. about a ycar.'RO, Mr. Clark, while on a olnini of S3,03l to the O le mare hy itourbon Chief. the Boot and Shoe line. opof it for its patrons ami the First One marc year, old by Abdallah Mpuenger, Slaughter. Mr. Carpenter is doing a it to his Muter here, submitted o the m hy llamMetoniatt eration known as trepanning, which was National tho rest. Our Hoplo are great d. One mare 3 ytwr old 10. I Itinut, iu of Ham- by trood work for the old reliublu .Kina perform?! by our local surgeons, and oil bank stock as an investment and it mian, uam ov mm rtimoie Gompany. ()nomar3 yean old, by while appeared much hitter, lie is safe to say that there are more of such Chief, dam ly lluurbon Chiefa Mil of MrMcngcr Urk. W. J. Laniirxm, one uf Uio cltv-uS- l for aaIkmU .10 years old. Ward's whore securities held in Stanford than any oth- g Man 7 yean old, by Harkaway, Ham by Abd.il A C. SIF. . J N. MEXEFEE. of gBiilleiiien and most CHMild of was JIare a yean Jd by Harkaway, dam by Messener place four times iU size. lias been attending court thitt about are unknown. lawyers, ger Chter Vcarlms Ally by Mimic, dam bv Ijourbon Ch ef. woek. .Mtfflsrs.lt II. Twmliiwin ami II. Many .Killkii. Two turriblo wrecks CiM'i'fT Cot'BT. Following are tho Suckling filly hy Mimic, dam by flnurbon Chill C. Kaull'miin, also of LiiuMhter, were on tho Cincinnati Southern occurred standing jurors selected for the term: Vmrltni; colt by Harkaway, dai by Mrotenger ChM liore ycntenlsy. Two freights collided Thomas Richards, George Holmes, T. Wennling ccltby I'nnco, Tuesday night. harnens 4 The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. bro.nl mule years at Kliliou, three miles from SomursoL Mosser, J. J. Triomjou, A. J. Thomp- gcldinc, t yunrs old,mare 10 mules. old, brood ' mule mare J work CITY AND VICINITY. All the above mares in loal to first class hortes, LUMBER, Tnotnfts Paine, drummer for Pearson A son, I. L. Dawson, C. H. Sampson, SamSASH, as will be announced on day of sale. here, uel Duddemr.C. A. Redd, A. F. Moborly, Also tohaad of milk cows, 10 head of weatilins banunas at tOo per dowsn. Clark, Islington, and Kntiu uiro DOORS, yearling steers, yearling heifers, 15 fat was in one ol the cabooses and had both J. H. McAlister, It. L Porter, Sam Roid, calves,4) shoals, brood 3 , 50 well bred sheep, V Mers. hog., BLINKS, SHINGLES, SIDING, barrels of his log horribly crushed. Ho was T. J. Robinson, L. I). Garner, II. M. ) bucks, 150pound of com, 100 bushels ol shelled of hemp, farmiliii implement., oils, ).' "J Saturday Fhimii Fisii Thursday and Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. taken to Somerset and died shortly aftt r Johnson, Jerry Hriscoe, T. 31. I'onning-ton- , including McCnrmuk Hinder, Osborne Hinder, wagons ml other veChampion Mower, at M. V. Klkin A Co.'s. wards. This wreck was the cause of an W. M. Ltckey, Sam Chandler, C. J. hicles ,lnd implements Fhe will WOVEN WIRE & FENCE. Dy HoMinmis wanted. Mrs. Polly other much more serious. Two passen Heusley. The case of Mart Smith for Dinnerabove propi'rty sharpbe sold ithout reserve. at w o clock, Come whether you ger trains were held at Somerset till the the murder of Oc Smith was set for next want to buv or t. Icrms nude knuwn on da Colley, Ijinuistor street. Wc carry a full stock of everything found in a road was cleared and a freight train Tuesday, "Mb; Frank Fish, for malicious of sale it Sale beeins at 10Vo'clockUL'VN, W T. D Enghi-hIlryaiitsille, Ky. iic. Sloan's wounding, was lined $50; George W. paid for hides and at was Hiohkst cash price -&sed the height I'ulhatu was acquitted of carrying confurs. M. F. Klkin A Co. Valley. Tho tlrst train all right, but the conductor forgot the cealed weapons. The enso against Vic Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract Fwor lias oome and so has our ock of second train and pulled out. Less than tor Heckor, for rape, was tiled with leave A for building. SINK & MENKFEK, Stanford, Ky. blankets and comforts. Severance a quarter of a mil away they entered a to reinstate; Win. Gooch, malicious Son. of a mile long wounding and two eases of concealed & tunnel, which is place that trainmen weapons, bond forfeited; J. N. Smith was Tiik publiu school, Misses Cottio Thur- In tho most hopeless mond and Alice Stuart teachers, has 77 ever met death, the engines of the two acquitted of carrying concealed weapons. OF LOUISVILLE, trains dashed into each other, and the County Clerk G. 11. Cooper reported pupils enrolled. cars following jammed into each other collected, tax on deeds, mortgages, Watch Inspector L. & N. R. R., dealer In Fou Hunt. The desirable cottage on in a mass. Then came the added horror saloons, circuses, Ac; Circuit Clerk J. 1. Main street in which we now reside. of conflagration. A dispatch says: "In Hailey on petitions, lines, Ac, $0").50, Offers Safest and !!::: FrofitaULucie C. HearJey. AND a moment the air was tilled with the and Judge T. W. Vainon $'.! on fines, shrieks of the Ac. INVESTMENT (S7 pairs of sample shoes ami boots at groans of the dying ami Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. All Work Warranted. wounded. The stove in the express car Thomas Mitchell Goodknight and manufacturers' price-- opposite the In the market. turned over, setting lire to tho two John K. Dye were admitted to practice " House. Joe S. Jones. a prcinlhi. wrecked trains, and thus making escape law in this court. ice of tlio season showed up to the wounded, wedged between the Dr. R. H. Mullius, who shot a boy Tiik first I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) Tuesday morning. Since then it has been trains, impossible. ThU win the most named McGull'ey, n your or two ago, scene to be witnessed by while in a hilarious condition, was ac- Every Dollar Secured by First cold, rainy and disagreeable. eve the pleading of wounded quitted. The wound was only a slight Lien on Improved Real lot on human Foil Hunt. HoiiMt and A I5IG OF pnftiuiigurri, tlio luiiycTB of good u onion 0no nml tlio boy was loath to prosecute Estate. avenue. House contains three for ili vinu .ihsihtani'f, tho uofping of Whitley Tlio doctor is n nuphew of tlio distill rooms and hall. C. C. Withers. children, tho giomiH of tho wounded Kiiisht'd sti'itcsuinn, John G. Carlisle, OmC. O. correspondent was wrong nnd tlio death cries of the burning. Tho- i$,l Wanks, who ahot Ligo Maret, Just received. and wounded, as far as can bo as- other negro, was given six months in about the date of the Teachers' Associawill meet hero Oct. 81. See certainud, nro as follow b. John Welch, ai ,md lined S."0. Walter tiibson failed Twalvo (12) Per Cent. Dividend tion. It Macca-ron- i, tlrumnn, Somercet. Mr. Gould, fireman, to appear, but a lino of $25 and ten days programme. Doclarod and S3, Oil. 00 SurMessenger Kd n j.,ji V,i3 njessed against him, for from same place, Kxpress Ox plus tho first year. Hum II ami returned from Middles-bor- IJiiUner, Cincinniiti, John K. Montgom-- J carrying concealed weapons. Tim Root, Tuesday with a bullet shot in each ery, brakeman, Albany, N. Y., John l'im- - (or breach of tho peace, nlso failed French Peas. teoA beautiful line of Plain and Fancy Candies; GlassHe claims that ho was shot at from lott, engineer, Pomerhet, and Postal Clerk to appear and he was lined $10and costs. leg ware in new designs; Quecnsware and Tinware. ambush. The wounds are not very te- - C. L. Doegan, Cincinnati. Tlio injured Jacob and James lhirket were each lined Call and see me. No charge for showing goods. rious. are: Kngineer Pat Taylor, Somerset, $'Jo lor assaulting Gideon Dye. J. 15. Paid-U- p Stock Sold During Postal Clerk J. 0. Hale, Cincinnati, Stewart was adjudged a harmless lunatic gOiu undertaker, Mack Huffman, has $105 a October severe; Hugg.icu Master John K. Long, nnd placed in charge of Arch Carson at furnished caskets this week for Mrs. Share. W. 1). $7o a year. Tho cases against Andy and Passengers Mulling, at Maretsburg.and for a child Gewort, Hovere. Wheeler, Now Orleans, in charge of n Peter Hich.for selling liquor unlawfully, e of Mr. John Hlankenship, in the museum freak known as Wild Hose," wero dismissed at their costs. J. C. neighborhood.. bothslightly injured; Miss Olliu Oettis, King was excused from further service Cocoa. Messrs. A. A. Warren and Dayton, Teun., sliglit; Arch Murphy, as a grand juror and J. S. Bledsoo was Drugs, Books and Stationery, Paints, Oils and Window Glass.Wall Murk Hardin were busy yesterday serv- Madison county, I nil., slight. The ter- summoned in his place. Paper, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos, Watches, Clocks, $1.00 ing cups of cocoa free of charge to their rible agony of tho wretches caught in l$ill Teeters, tho fellow who shot Marto do so for tlio burning Haines was witnessed by shal Newland so Beveroly, has been inJewelry and Silverware. customers and will continue u day or two. Tills is the drink which it hundreds that crowded about the mouth dicted for malicious wounding and Tom Entrance Fee and 60 cents 3 month. is claimed will suporsedo coilee. of tho tunnel, and shrieks and groans Carter, for striking Alex Walker with a 9 from tho sympathising spectators echoed n club nml fracturing his skull, for Paiialyzki). Mr. George II. King, of The Best Railroad of tho dying. Men wore burned su,it an,j battery, it is n pity that both the Fast Find, sutlercd a severe stroko of alivo and nothing could oo done to save caunot bo made to sillier more than tho parulysis Tuesday. For n while it look"2 WRITE FOR PARTICULARS. them. The most shocking deatli was nenait;e8 that these olfenses call for. ed as if ho was totally paralyzed, but lie o th P. Ktillner. tlio express mesMack Hocker was tiied yesterday for that of IaI rallied a little and is now only aflccted senger, who was uninjured by the coldisturbing a school at Turnersvlllo nnd in tlio head and tongue, but which alone C O 3 .2 o OFFICERS: lision. Ho looked in vain for deliver- the jury failing to agree, Judge Morrow isBUlllcient to causo his death, his docance. His way was blocked on every discharged tho prisoner. This complet tors think. Ho has been in bad health pide. llm cries were and ed tlio call of the Commonwealth cases John H. I.entliert, President; for several years. rt u w S S. John L. Dunlap, tongues of lire began to lick !'fno trials of Tom Carter wan then set for when tlio A. J. Langh.im, Scc'y and Treas.; iflsisisisisBsEi ' for next TuestlA . as Bubject, his llesh ho toro his huir and limbs in mid Hill Teeters S C. M. Phillips, General Mnnascr . Accordino to the law on tlio ta !Hn dsisisisHHHif w 2 - g 3 the voto for Congressman is by ballot. agony. Fortunately tho pain was short. day. n t g Tho name of the candidate you want to In u few minutes tlio tiro, strengthened c. to District Association. voto for must be written or printed on a by tho strong draught that poured DIRECTORS: tunnel, had enveloped him, Tho District Association will convene slip of white paper, with nothing else on through tho nnd his charred trunk sank into tho de a't Lancaster, in the Presbyterian church, it whatever. Hallots for tho democratic H. V. LoxlnK, John 11. Castlcraan, 5 mass of tho first Saturday in November. The Harry Weisslrger, John U. LeaUert, p candidate will read "James B. McCrea-ry,- " bris, n constantly lessening o a a John L. Dunlap, and nothing more. nshep. Tho wreck is one of tlio most exercises will commence promptly at 10 George M. Davie, simply tho name Gcurgc 11. Eastin, Jthn 11. l'irtle, writing or mark will invali- disastrous and costly since tno unnstmas a.m. ltev. btout will leau tiie assembly Any other C. M. Phillips, William C. Kcndrick, by the choir. J. S. WELLS, Pb. O. Preso. Oik. q B. B. DANKS, Jeweler, date it and causo it to bo thrown out by several years ago when Jim Severance bly in prayer. Song service John S. Morris, J. M. Cabell, m. John Augustus Williams A. G. Lantfham, Taul Jcnet, tho otllcers. Bo suro you got a McCrca-r- y and many others Wero killed. The 0. At 2:30 1. em- will deliver an address on "Ideal EducaStephen E. Jones. ballot and bo equally Buro there is m S. seems to have the most careless Main Street, Opp. STANFORD, Ky t tion." Further than this we are unable ployes of any road in the country. upon it. other dUtinuulshlng mark InteriorJourna: I'iiesii Florida orntiires. S. S. Myers. r on Main street now occupied by Mrs. Dox't fail to ho our fur capes, clonks, Ucttiu McKinney. Apply to J. J. " &(! Sevurmico A Son. n. Vice-Presiden- t. 1 Infants and Children. , -- SSXUc, all-wo- ol Port-ma- n Court-hous- gas-work- s, 1 1 iCniTK SHOES Our -- Stoek is Now Complete Buell Waterproof Boots, flu-e- - st golil-fllle- il mck-bottoi- n SHOES, I - SEWEI) & MACHINE SEWED, STAGG & McROBERTS. v d, $32,-00- 0 7 Df-- Menw-ngrr- Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, SLAT 1 year-old 1 1 well-know- n 1 1 Manufacturers of 11 6fc north-boun- d sido-track- d , FIRST C3C.&SS DUMBER TTARJD. The National Building one-sixt- h Loan Association ?!,-70- S ROBERT FEhiZEL, fm ih HITCHES, iLfMS iEWELRY. , Port-ma- n heart-iendin- g LINE CHAMBER SETS, TEA SETS :in-kill- t o Fresh California. Prunes, Raisins, Figs, VermaccUa, Tail Soup, e; at MARK KAHDXKT. Preach-ersvill- DRUGS and JEWELRY MAMPBElKf if Installment Stock Sold on Payments of a Share se WAT(0IfIC9 Watch. n I 7 blood-curdlin- t, I I to-da- y o o r- -- a o s o W. B. MoROBIETS, Court-House, c;-4- l . Ti lislstlt if k ' J' : - , VnV""1 Semi-Weekly S f' InteriorJournal Friday AT i PubllBtaed Evory Tuosdoy and gtt JPER YKAK,iy VDVVTCJfl sTWben not so paid Tho country lanes nro bright w llh bloom, And gentlo olrt cotno Mcnllng through Ladcu with tmUvo wilJ ivrfumo Of brtlat and U'lnt and honey dew, And o'er tho summer's radiant Jlush Lit narly nutunin drvnmy hush. In wnysldo uooks the asters gleam, AihI f mst flow orn danco about tho sod, Idle. lapsing by, tho silent stream Hi'lU-ct- s tho hue of golden rod. That tVro er blch lights, n dusky dny With something rf tho nun go I'd ray. Tho RrarH'Tlno clamber o'er tho 1mxV In golden festoon: Kiimaes burn Like toroheton tlitMlistnut Iodj;o, Or Hsbt tho Line at every turn. And vy rlora .vcrytThoro In blood rvil banners on tho air. lUrly Autumn. $2 60 will be charged.Tf. rv K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave Rowland at at 5 130 p. m 7.00 a. m., returning L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail ttain going North ' South " Express train" South Local Freight North lt 50 am itpm 1 . . 11 50 p m North pisiengers. The latter trains also The above ii calculated on ttandard time. Solar time it about ao minute fabler south.carry ..6 tom ..sjSpm 327am inut of fragrant mint Ilordcrs thu fences, drifting out Of fostering corners, and its tint, As half t f cheer ami half of doubt. Is like tho dear delightful hazo Which robes tho bill theso mitumn days. A jntrplo UJ growths aro newly met; And Odd things but little prized of joie. I.Uto some) ol I jewel well het, Tnke on n worth tinsevn Iwforc, As. f oc- - in Hprinp k evict. rt eed, Is Lrilllait Ii It autumn need. Klgu POWDER Absolutely Pure Kc-po- rt pill The cricket nnd tho kat)did lip low their rad jrophetlc tune, . Though airs jUo worm tho leave ninid. A jJaj ed around tho heart of Juno: Po minor irwmJriM hrmlc on tho heart. Foretelling as ywsr depart. The weet o4 1 rtnry of the Is spinning onwurd to Iu close. Yet scHiudtt as welcomo on thu vur As in the time) of np'ning rose. llfty llfo for n) ns .weetly rrane As comes tbo nu tu inn time again Dart PalrUionio In Iinrpur' llazar A Shotgun Toll iiit. A bold highwayman appears to havo established n hhottpm toll ?ato in the er Pipestono pass, about twelvo miles pouth of Dutte, Mont., ami is tlcmaiuliiig his Highest of tolls with rt regularity that emacks of A cream of tarter baking powder the good old days. all in leas cuius strength -- I, s. Government Aug. 17, 1889 About a month mtico a Blender, soft voiced young man, wearing a pieco of overalls for n m:usk, commenced asking C. for contributions from peoplo passing this point, and all wore made tributary, Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State of pari) subject to the will of the Democratic not even the wood hollers being exempt, and ho made up in numlwrs what was A. S. lacking in individual amounts. This was kept up for n few days, then the SURGEON DENTIST. . D. McRoberts' Pipestone wasdesorted, and tho ChamOffice on Mam street, oer pion stage wna brought under tho urug store, Quiii""i influence. Today word comes to this city that C. MORGAN, D. D. S. R. this modern Claude Duval has returned to Pipestone, and that fivo now victims DENTIST. The House, have been added to tho list. Office on Mam street, opposite Penman upstairs Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless amounts taken in each instanco have been small, but tho frequency of the deex,r.ctmg.TAxroRDi KEyTUCKV. mand has made it burdensome, nnd tho Ieoplo living in that section aro organizDR. W. B. ing to endeavor to tlis:ounigo his efforts in that line. Cor. Minneapolis Tribune RICHARD WARREN Ken-uck- y, Dr. PRICE, Grruniny. Iu Germany twoplo who want protection nro in the habit of working up ftlso pretenses jttRt as much as our own protected classes aro. Now that wo lmvo bfgun to sell live beef cattloin Germany an outcry has already commenced in that country against our cattle. Curiously enough it is complained that our cattle are too fat. and then some say a nnd other that diseases aro rampant among American herds," and protection is invoked from such infection. Hut who is it that makes thoso complaints? Not tho German workingmau, not the people of tho cities who waut to e.it our fat beef, but tho German cattle growers. Of course tho cattle growers will not need to eat our beef in any case, and therefore thoy need havo no dread of "plenro pneumonia and other contagious diseases rampant among American herds:" nor even should the fatness of our Iweves bo objectionable to Gorman cattle growers, for they aro not going to eat that fat any way. Oh, no: it is not that they are thinking nbont themselves they havo only tho good of the beef eating public at heart! The German cattle growers are an unselfish nice like our protected classoh never concerned so much about their own interests as about the welfare of other eople. One touch of protection makes tho whole world akin. Your protected classes in Germany uro precisely tho same sort of folk as our own. Tho Gorman cattle growers simply hold tho mirror up to nature, nnd our own protected clawes see themselves as thoy are. Protected classes in both hemispheres put their demands for government aid on high moral grounds not for themselves; oh, no. Thoy aro not such selfish fellows as to see everything colored by their own narrow self intoresta. Not for thcni'.olvett do they seek protection: thoy seek it for labor Or for tho dear public generally. If protection goes on much further wo shall soon need a new kind of protection one that will "protect and encourage tho iuftmt industry" of truth tolling. Amerlciiii In "pleuro-pnoumonicon-tngio- ttcrf A party of hear hunters profess to have found a tree in Ftesno oounty, Cal., 129 feet in circumference 4 feet from tho ground. It was surrounded for a mile by almost impenetrable under- TEE London, I RILEY HOUSE, Kentucky. F. B. U1LEY, Proprlotor, ha e mos ed 10 my new Hotel and am belter prepared th in ever to aciomtnodute the public Good Li erv attached and every consemence desired. Gic me a call. KRANK RILKY. 77 Q fe9J gflf a brush, so thnt the hunters wero compelled to use both knife nnd nxe to ;ot to it. t MIDDLESHOItOUUU LAND SALE. Tho nomo-Sookor- s' mTzm 'iXaiijsX IIIIIS. ;- y"IU "lls vi tho O , H. & D has nn invested capMiddleshoremth, K , n ital of $j6 joo.oim with a Ure and ncrcajmc. popti tut 1.... ..apitjlut Istiun Jiid work lor thousands M. P NLW'COMIl, Prop., and investor It offer unri ailed opportunities. Mt Vernon, Ky, Clgnntic Improvements projected nnd underway make it a Mrcia lor the Inline sUni artl'an and C. A. BENEDICT & CO., The Middlesbrough l,w" Company mechsnic make special ilidiiiriuems to thwse purcliK andh Middlesho-rougbuildliiK Ihetfreat Land Sale at & 10 the Well will ucctir No to,nnd in demand the Cnu iimatl, Hamilton A Ia-m- n Ktnt-ra- l TAN FORD, KV. H K. will sell on Nov 7 and S tickets to Mid dlrnWouKh and teturn .Uolie fare for the rovind Wells trip at all pointsoii the line For ratri., pamphlets , factory drilled 10 order and Pumps lurmshed It prices. and full information applj to nny as nt ;f the I MiOoimiik, ti.neial J'isi)Bcr I) 11 SfD.oiK Ohiu. and Ticket Aiiellt.Cnuiniiati, well-knoSj-l- t. Fnro for tho Hound Trip via Opportunlty-On- o NEWCOMB HOTEL. Twenty miles the Shorten to Tf .1 MT. VERNON. KY. llotcl'is still maintain old and This ing its fine reputatlsn. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the trat eling public. rcpne Drillers Pump Adjusters, Making direct cmnecti"ns in Central Union di p it for Michigan Points, St Louis, Chicago, Cleveland. Detroit, Ilulialo, muianupoiis anu tno est, Canada, New England, New York, Kostoii, Bucklen's Arnica Salve The best saUein the world for cuts, brums, sores, ulcers, silt rheum, fever sores. Uticr, chapped hands, chllhlams, corn and all skih erup lions and tositivly cures piles, or no pay rcquir cd. It is iruaranteed to pie perfect satistactior, 1 rice 5 cents per bos or loney retunded tfor sale by A R. Penny, stnntorU, Ky. Key W3SI.I. At Ono BOHXlTG. stiih1 L. Kentucky. 1 WashniRlitn, I'.altimnre, PluUdelnhli, cjuii Vest time to Krankforl. K Ukhmood, Shurtest and IKI.IMA Quickest line to lUtr-MNKnt- I am well prepare! t. work in a j;00! manner wells and lreprmpilt will do the Dollar a Foot. Cull on or address me at ,4 ,1 vuill hat woaders l)r K.ihK s Ne dene for me My lungs wereI badl diseased, and my parishioners thswght oftouki Dr. fiv bottles eks I lis c os.lv a fe and am Kms'sNeo Discovcrvweight." sound and well, pounds In ajfinmn 1 oik's Atthu- - Love, Manager Lome's Funny "Alter a thorm.ch trial Combination, write. and convincmc evidence. I m confident tht Ur em King' New Discosery lor Coifumnlion feats Hie all. and cues when cv.rvthine slse tills l0" creaiest kindness I canto do my many trial botlis it f.ed. is toRurge them lru Store 1 ree Regular sues s Tenia tles at A jocts and Si mv ren duty to toll Tho Pulpit nnd tho Stairo. M Shrwut. Pnator foiled Mates Itrelh Church, IMur M.mml. Knn . says "I lei F. . Solid Trains, hat;eai:i cars, ssnkln; cars and eoi.hrs, Pullman Itmidlr Sleepers ttir.'U;ll with out hsngt via Chilian Ofa, llilmlnham, Mend , tan maim direct ronnem mi rn toute Inr Asheville, I.rm M'ur,; and potnts iu the Knos-ville- 11 DILLIONS SWITCH, Dealer In KY. CAVBiDJLKIAfe), At Chatlinnoca for Atlanta. Columbus, Wilmmg ion, LnartestuM, Auku.u. Mason, Sasannan, llr.imwirk, Lake City. 1 homasville and H.HItl-D- tk Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps Conoral Lino of Crocorlos, All kinds of Produce taken in es Hoots, Shoes. Clethinc. lUnUair, tjiieem-aie- , tinware, Furniture and a Jancy Candies, C'ruis lies, Pistomie, 1 t hane fnr K fjootls lunation, t. 1 1. m. Electric Bitters. This remedy becoming . so n to popular asssi need tilts,.p a.al ...:. h in p.rVr mediae sls Um-udo all .htt is .0 lHHeri ssiii cure a othc; affection, caused l.f dne Malitnnall trom mc iv M.l.nl las cure Headache. Constipation and nurcE. IheoHljlinc rnnninit solid trams with choi e Pullman flosKtoir er Palare leepinj Cars to Ja k sunvillc iviihout change lur any class of passengers or tMirgaee. :clma and NlomcsMnt ry, HeBtsvtlle, alur, Memphis and AHKANbAb (KM ills ShutMt and uti ke.l to Annisliifl Seliea, Via bile Diurt coanc.lHxii made al MtW UK I V NS tilbout oainlbus transfer for n llousloti, Austin, fnMI. l, Xi p,u"A . if- """"" tilts Slime not exist c I. imcd -" 1 ell kno n and so KRlk? tn' 1 "". umr, and (II R is 1 sale ass tm'ww, le TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. blANrORD.kV. cctric The onlv thiouich line In Ja Lmn and it ksliurg, Ms Srir.vejrt I x , making direct connections without om id in traiislrr lur Dallas tort Worth, Austin San Antni, LI Paso and oiBlsti 11 kTn M V per-buasi- ro PENNY, Dentist. IT. Office South side Mam street, in office vacated by, Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, recently Ry. A Clock You Need J.J. ALLEN F AT WOOD ALLEN & ATWOOD, R8EL ESTRTE HGERTS. Johnson C.ty,Tonn. WM.AYRUS JAS. G G1VENS. AYRE3 &:GIVENSf Attornoya.at Law, 327 Fifth St., ioi-y- - - Louisville, Ky. FRANK MAIUMON. Shreve tlmlding. r JAS. G. GIVENS GlYESSSMRmOH. REAL ESTATE. Plucvlllc, - - Kentucky. Lands bought Correspondence 'Q'-y- T. G. Tarrar, of Columbus, O., has invented one of tho most peculiar clocks of tho Nineteenth century. It consists of a plato glass dial 6usj.ended from the ceiling, nnd all tho parta of it that are visiblo are the two hands, the pivot upon which they swing and tho dial. Mr. Farrar worked on the invention for six years beforo ho succeeded in perfecting it. He alleges that tho only motive power is tho gravitation of the earth, and that tho clock will run on forever without winding. Tho hands are of tin and nro hollow, and perfectly balanced on the pivot. Mr. Farrar says that they nro moved by the gravitation of tho earth, and it puz-- 1 zles tho spectator to account for tho power that raises them after they reach C:C0. All kinds of theories nro afloat to account for this. But Mr. Farrar keeps his secret. Ho insists thnt electricity is not the moth e power. New York Journal. A Itnttlesiiuko'it Skill far a licit. Capt Wright, tho raisin superintendent for Logan & Adams, had a close call the other day. IIo was running a hand basket along under tho vines, and throwing Muscats in it as ho picked them. Suddenly ho heard a click or snapping sound, as though some part of tho banket had broken. Lifting it up he was surprised to find an ugly, wriggling rattlesnako follow. It had struck Capt. Wright's hand and buried its fangs in tho wicker handlo of tho basket an inch from tho captain's forefinger. No time was lost in killing tho deadly reptile, nnd its skin is now being fashioned iu n belt for a Phoenix journalist's sweetheart. Phoenix (Cal.) Herald. Nrsr AVI111I. , Town Lots, Coal. Iron and or sold on Commission. soUcited r TEE CQMERCmi HOTEL J. ' 11 OWENS, Mana;er, Harrodsburg, and intend I 111 - Kentucky. hot-1 comfort-ableforgue- sti every respect It is heme papered I and painted from ated and top to bottom, the bed iing is ein rno ever) thins done t . make It pleasant and surpassThe taMe shall never be J U.OWENS. ed by hotels ill this section m this popular taken hae to run it charge atclass manner in a rirt , JRADFiELDS ; M PFTJSi ATflr? rjA5PE.cint r " rlJt i !fv $L FEMALE- - Deer Slaughtered liy is Locomotive. Tho Eastern Minnesota railway's limited train left Mansfield north bound tweutj buvoti minutes late. Fivo miles f. fir VVENSTRUAT10N SICKNESS TIHCN OURVHC CMNGt OH MONTHLY O? Tjsook Ut SRADFJELD REGULATOR CO. ATLAiTAGA, this side of the station, whilo the train wits running nearly sixty miles an hour, an immense herd of deer dashed across the track at tho entranco of a cut. It was too late to stop, and tho train struck into the herd, killing n great number. Tho train passed through tho herd, throwing them right and left, but did uot stop When tho train arrived hero a magnificent specimen buck deer was found dead on top of the engine pilot. The engineer estimates tho herd at over ICO. Dulnth Cor. St. Paul Globe. ItiilsltiS Turtles. A Dexter youth has recently been en- The BEST FLOUR is the CREAM FLOUR made by the Lexington Roller Mills Co., Lexington, Ky. For sale by all first-claGrocers. Don't fail to use Cream Flour if you want 4good Bread and a happy Cook. ss gaged in a novel enterpri&e. By hook or crook ho captured n pair of dignified mud turtles nnd confined them in an old tub. One morning when ho went to examine his treasures ho discovered that tho turtletto had industriously laid a uice batch of eggs. Tho boy kindly remembered his friends with ovato souvenirs of tho occasion, and contemplates an exteusivo system of hatching, a3 far as the remaiuder of tho litter is concerned. Dexter Gazette. i The slight market for fancy waistcoats is to be accounted for in tho fact that tho vest openings aro so much larger than used to bo tho case, and tho neckIn all tho World tboro la but ono, It needs a McKinloy bill. That is tho cure, Dr, Halnoa' Golden Specific. . wear is so much mor- - voluminous that panacea for trusts! f . ..in !. nfutn In fi run nf ti nf enlTee without ,.v.,. wi. j,... ... r thero is really no necessity for tho disthe knowledge of tho person taking it, effecting a play. McKinloy speedy and permanent cure, whether the patient Hero is a chanco for Maj. is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Siw .t..trav.t In Bloomfield, N. J., a few days ago to reap now honors. A company has n k.n tirM.1 who American have taken the GoldengeSpecific in their coffee was buried Adam Mctz, n well known been formed in London, with o without their knowieo, ana iouay oeueve mtjwii citizen. In accordance with his dying headquarters in Chicago, for tho drinking of their own freewill. No harmful forming trusts in tho United quit results trom its administration. Cures guarof etlect wish hi3 funeral procession was headed anteed. Send for circular and full particulars, Ad. by a brass band, nnd fourteen societies States. McKinloy ought to be made an dress in confidence Golden Spkcimc Co., 181 ItaceStreet. Cincinnati, u and about one hundred coaches followed. honorary member, T--- PveraltemMed between the great commercial cities on Ihe Ohio Kiver and Chicago, and hence the fattest time and most comfortable trains bet tween all points in the South, or to Ihe West and it Northwest. 1 hernanlermirlof Ihis train on all 1, 1870: trunk hues is dcaosHinalcd Ihe Limited Kspreis. e I om , t It llasi if re- -- I e my I ir e r "Tho tariff of although confessedThe superb roilinj sto.k we employ gives patrons " m date U r. d a I r mer. 1.1I fi it. Unlimited Lomtort ly and professedly a tariff for revenue amuwiil me k. Cti.ilien anjlli'lj " 'Y 'ny Sat Mcnon, eel llotwn and slick 10 Monon. it " you warn lo save money and have a was, so far as regards all the great interA'.1. '1 EnRllsh Pllla wish 111 n Dr Ackor'u pleasant jour )V"t-- rilt'MPV'N.'lei. tor sick head- on me ests of tho country, as jerfect a tariff, as Are aettvc, effective and pure of InC m isi II appb(. been stoma, h. for lull information, iimt canli, maps, folders, any that we havo ever hivd. When we ache, disorders biliousness, they have never eU, 1 sll "R or address complexion and compare tho growth of the country from ciuiled either in America or abroad, lor sale by W.ll CKL'Sll.T P. A , Louisville. Ky. IIARKKK. r. P A , Chioacv, III 1840 to 1ST0 with the growth of tho coun- A R Fenny. Diuiti'st OrW II .MiROHLkTS,Ast.,!Unford ltV.0 to 1S00, tho latter decade try fTom That Torrlblo CoiiKh breathing Newport Nes A-- Misi. tpi Valle Co "K D. being entirely under tho tariff of hurried or difficult or In bUid Veslibuled Trains to ngphleginrtuhtn... in the chest the amended and greatly reduced tariff it night pulse, chilliness in the evening or sweat, stages of 18.7, wo find that tho increase in our all or any of these thing, arc the first Dr Ackers F.og.ish Cough TtiMne wealth between ISoOnnd 1800 was equivaJey willcure these fearful symptom., and 1is aold onny "J Hal 10 UAHH UOLTaUC." cent., while it was only under a lent to m ttuaraiiteo by A R. All points Last and S uttieast Only one inlit out trim I.esinKtJD. M per cent. Iwtween lb40 and 18.10, four DruKKist. . Tho Sbortoiit and Qulolcont Itottto frotu itV Corrected lime Card in Flint an years of which decade wero under the The First SymptomB of Death. Contrnl Kontucky to ullpolntrt North, headache, pains in various. 1842, known as a high protective tariff of Tired feclins.dull TTaTir Fa.trail, Xccoro EitHt, Wont nnd Soath-Wou- t. stem-iehDaily of the body, sinking at the pit of theor Duly Ves STATIONS tariff, but tho avenigo rate of which was .orwi loss of appetite, fesenshness, pimples Kpres K Sun Kv. un Llnobotwoon Lexington nnd Cincinabout 70 per cent, below tho existing are all tHJSItive evidence of poisoned b ood. M nati. n n poisoned It rauitUi purified ..... ta yt n'n j ir i 11 nmter rate (i. e., in 1870), or 27 per cent, under tonvoid how it became Acker's Lnglish lllood wmr Le Stanford SCHKDUI.i: IN KITKCTMAY 11, i!o " l.eiintton..... ..... Itt pnsiii 4 aw s pin death Dr pm tho tariff of 1842, against 41 per cent, has never tailed to remove nn j ........... U'inrLr.trr. .. ..... 7 P i 4$ No" 6 No J. No. 4. K, . K. U. JmhcImmi . upon all importations under tho present poisons Sold under poiitive guarantee at A Ki bun. ; 7 jo pml " Ml atirnne... h pwl 9 40 pin l'e"n's Ki.Ssin .q j. i Dally pm tariff." I iVPm 1 4J Morehead .... a U P"l Olive Hill I 10 am 8 a) p in! J5 pn, Lve Cincinnati Mr. Allison may not talk this way toDiirim: the past nine months up. to o pm 5 it pnsi Ashland m 8 it am I o) i m! Lve Covmicinu. ij I' m day, but Mr. Allison today is not seek- ward of :S,00d new manufacturing enter10 41 r" J jopmi " Catkltsburi;. p Lve Falmouth... 9 44 a m a 17 p ml pas, pss 11 Huntington .. 15 " ) ing for tho best interests of the country; prises of all kinds havo buen started in Arr Pans . .. . 11 in a m 10 jj p m 5 so p m 1? jo am Lvc Huntington.. 11 Arr Llviggtofi tnJ j' ns 10 jc jijn o jo p in ho fixe his eyes on a presidential nomI 11 i Arr Charleston . V the South. , HI Lve Pans., j so p Clifton rorfe. " His opinions may not havo ination. o ij r rn Arr Winchester.. 11 oj p m . Lsnchburs it 4) an ..." 7 3 P w I'MIh. changed, but his very' soul has, and n 40 p m Arr Richmond. . 11 Charlotusvitle ..... . . ... r.'t'Ov .mti I.ls.er ou lo jo am Arr Lancaster.. 4H P the " Washington . JJ P'" 'lhv net self sorvin ; partisan has now tnkon tho An lmMrmn. d 'e i I .. Arr Stanfeid, psn ....., - ihr urfh Hi" nersoi 1 5 " llaltimore . .. .1 id pluco of tho honest, patriotic statesman. liver, vmi.acli l unions ' Philadelphia. 6 ij P Lve Richmond .. s p rn "'V T!i y '! A ne pr.nei ..... Arr llerea ........ J o P n. . to pm New York.. .. ness, bad lu ' t f"' "' - t"1 anJ p m' Uicltmnnd. Va .o Firn and en'. drill j 40 nt l foi in- n Arr tlotl Spl.-A Sick KnglWIi Trnit. t, .Jilonlor Jiunts ' OldPoluiComfart hmilhwi im dost Mr. Blaine mado himself ridiculous Sampies irce at A It !'. "i blaniurd. Norfolk .. No. S. No. o.j. ( fj J..- - I....u...h .. v.nn.MO M. AMll .M two years ago by asserting that England w - . Tlic Womlcrftil ll.lH.m.inpi I Sunday 11 vcircnes- - I.ve Livingston.. S cut a nil was plastered all over with trusts. Tho Th hlgimst .tnirlii n Iu the world It Kltfol pm dally, except Ky and cnneclon the K. C R -Richmond, points 10 c a m Lve llerea. fact is that thero are only n few trusts ToMnr. nt l'uriDr iK'i t Men. llulthrsroat ter for di.ootery of lrunkllii Miles n c rlnin to Arr itiihinend.. ii si a in Limited Vestibule K.s from NewYork, Philadelin country. The subject has been touer Inr ilxivo It l'i pmuiotliiy lititnun medl-cnu- ) a 7 vi phia, Washniston and all points Kmi, arrive M Lve Stanford . .. 7 00 a in lienllh. Thin wonderful m investigated on tho ground by two gen4$ p m Lve Lancaster P " daily Stanford build. u;i wnrioul ijrs ems euros tits,. LexiBclon at 4 47 Richmond, Vn . ami 11 $7points Arr Richmond. 10 00 a m all Fast mail fiom tlemen of national reputation, Hon. spasms, lieiuluche. ncrxi'is protralion. local 6 to p sleuplisnni 11n.nl h pnins, Vilpn rives Lexington W Va, and daily statMws ar- Arr Richmond. William L. Wilson (Dem.), of West Vir- ronbli'i, etc Mrs John It. yMillor. of sexual east, Huntington,nt 11 40 noon all escept Sun- Lve Winchester. 00 p in 7 la a m a in p m a in 40 Arr Paris ginia, and Hon. Benjamin Butterworth r.iuo, Ind., un J D Taylor ' LoiraiisiHirt day Stanford 11 ; p in from Olivellill aiidiiilrmedlate Lve I.eilugton Accommodation I nil ,1 iieintli oj p m 7 00 a in 3 4S p in (Rep.), of Ohio, who traveled in England it, c imc l ; iHiitn.Utronstno on uhilo tn'cmg points, Richmmd, Kv . and points on the K. C nervous p m v Lve Pans Finolr illii'irati'd 5J a iri 4 'J p in Ky arrives at Lcsinktoo 8 10, a m, daily, e together. p in 9 "3 a in i 1 p D i unit Hiinpi lMtlb of tin.' It sioratlie I.ve I'almouth. Stanford jo p m tio cdaraiiteoi lent Sundav Arr Covinstfln. 40 p in 10 35 a m 6 30 p m In congress last spring Mr. Wilson as- Nervine, Iruo at A it IVnnj'i lie sure tickets read read via .N. N. .V M. 10 45 a m 6 JS p m jo p Arr Cincinnati . serted that there wereYio trusts in Eng- It. R).,K. D. TlioiiHiiiitfH I'tilnoiietl. P A , Cincinnati, O. S. K II MORSI-.G- . land except where thero was a natural Trains Not. 13 and 14 run Sunday only between Tn a Work on lloarl Disinse, Dr Cincinnati and Lesitist"i, leaving Cincinnati at monopoly. This statement was assailed Frunltllnrecent II. o noted peel ilist-Kt- vc Mile 8a in , and arriving at Lexington attain Lvc. by tho Republicans, but Mr. Butterworth many nu and ktiiiintiir fuuis. ihousands of I.csliigtou at a 40 p. m. and arrive at Cincinnati at pvnple arc nlowly ikiisonlng lhonjjvi woalt-rnincamo to tho rescue and put his fellow 5 3SP n. tliamxnii's by tlm ue of tun. poftee. to On the.Maysville Ilranch, Nog. leaves Paris at protectionists to silence by confirming harco mill ulcoliol Tlitio are Hunrt 800, am and No. 11, al 545. p m, arriving- at caustnf! it to h!it rapidly thin, urailually wearMr. Wilson's statement. pioilut-inof liiMiitfi whon LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLe. Maystille at 10 s. a m, and 8 iof p m. No 10 Miortnusk ing It out, leaves Maysviile at 5,13 a m, arming at Pans at But thero is ono trust in England fierclsliit:. pains to Mile mul shoulder, hungry n 740, am. No j leaves Maysviile at 130 and f slut, Flnul.) huurl which was not caused by having a nat- and iluathkpu.is wiukviuil mid fa luro aid RAILROAD. arrives at Paris at 4 15, p in. These trains are Irritated hearts For daily escept Sunday. ural monopoly, and which was apparent- the pr ss evory where highly recommend tho No 1 runs daily Irom to Cincinnati The Great ly overlooked by theso gentlemen. This New Iliiiirl (.'uro dscoiereil by Dr. Franklin No 43 leases l.csington 10 00 am; arrives Paris out A R.l'eimv'tsStauford. is tho English Salt union. But this Mllcs.uhlcliliforsu 10 .13 am, except Sunday LINE-SOUTNo 8 loaves Cincinnati 5 10 pin; arrives Kalmo'ith trust illustrates admirably the very point 7 10 pm: except Sunday No. 7leacs Kalmoiilli 600am; arrives Cincinthat tho two congressmen made that nati 7 55 am; except Sunday trusts could not succeed iu England I rain Nous. No. l runs dally between Lexlng whenever foreign competition came into Whon Ilaby was sick, wo kbto her Castorla. ion and Cincinnati, No 4 runs daily between Cincinnati and Lexington With Caatorla. play. When she w as a Child, slio cried for Nos t and 6 make connections at Winrhestei Tho Salt Union was formed somewhat lor points on the N N A M V lty. Wlien she becme SILss, bIio clung to Caatorln. moro than two years ago. Tho first year IMPORTANT -- Trainsoi this line now arrive When bIio had CulHrcn.sbogavetlicui Castorla. at and depart from the Central Union Passenger of its existence its dividends wero 10 per Station Cincinnati, making connections for all Louisville cent.; this year thoy wero only 0 per points North, and West Through tickets and baggage checked to any To Nashville, cent. destination reached by a railroad. Why tho decline? Tho London correMemphis, Kor full particulars address any agent ol the Co. or A Hoon to Wlvoa. spondent of Tho Now York Times gives W. L MUNSON, Trav. Pass. Agt., Cincinnati. tho answer: Tho trust had to spend so IJCHaving used "Mother Knend,' I would not Montgomery, S. V. II. MORSE, Gcn'l Pass'g'r Agt.. j VllIl'Ul 11 II 11 il uun .1. .,.v, w,.v. much monoy to buy off tho salt compa- they must pass through the painful ordeal of Rock, U.K. HUNTINGTON. Vlce.Irei"t,aniltib,n'l ru me Mcturc;c, nies on tho continent of Europe that tho childbirth. .Mrs Manager. llradfield Regulator Cq , Atlanta, Ga , for lurther New Orleans. Mobile profits wero swallowed up. At last re- particulars, hold by all DniKgists. GENERAL OFFICES: 1 Ii n. Ci:lmit , O , torts tho trust showed signs of speedy CiniH LIQUOR HAB Ncwport4New3 & Mis3.Valley Co DUUNKENNESa-TH- B death. 18-1- Twcntj Year After. Our protectionist citizens for we can't consistently call them friends, lelioving jus wo do that their theory result in its practice in u positive injury to every commercial industry of the Union our protectionist citizens are always willing to credit any prosperity of this country to a protective tariff which was then existent: but with thoir usual lack of logic they will not admit today that tho that existed under a low tariff was tho result of it. and even go .o fnr as to call such an application of their law of cause and effect a folly ".too incredible for belief," and denounco a low tariff as uecehNtnly an evil. We aro sorry thoy cannot ngreo with Senator William B. Allison, who said in congress on March proo-Ierit- y Kt.V. l.itlcr moncs retuniieii A K rcnn ' drugstore "" J" Tl... MoKinlev tarill' will raiio the im- price in this country of everything nrt..il but it w II not rtuco llie price ui HiiythiiiB exported. It simply for the tax on tho payment wo receive s .!, " '"",'' "1 W " , -r """ ' "" d (OMMKIICIAL SPKClVt AlH-Nnotravelers Horses and mules Loughl and sold Only hrst class TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. Por through rate cntrert county naps d lull inloinuiiun tall on A c lit at Juiiriion Cur, Ky rllANK W oraddr... Pnv Pass Act f Hilton K C ( li.RK D 1. HiWARDS (. I' A T A ue Presiuert ( i' "Hi O , 1 h'iresnd vri ud in llsenr ()IIl, - v JCUlSVIllt KtAlBaCMlCAtoRt w hat w o Do we not Sutler any LonKor A NKW FAST MAIL Iasine h- - and:'n;Ks,MVe.of"XP".-h.herrliy be checked in a day h ih ?!. K...dv: takelt .Th h..v 9iir ny, DrugRisi. .,..,.m issiis" all and will refund the money to nno a. per directions, and .10 not Fen .. tnrri.t- - Of hlC BV A R. LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Daily, Secures to Travelers, Dr Aik Confirm our statement whentweiay that Remedy is in eserv way .uperlor to er's the throat and t anv and all other preparation. crmip. it . cough and Vc offer you a sample bo .ndSilievc. at ol.ce so.u u . remedy tie free Remember this Fenny s. is Hive guarantic, at A. R Our Vory Heat Pooplo lws'ftiv.1 SGVFBalfeisisk ' THE MOST RAPID ROUTE -- 1 m.c 1 2J'' ut.e-nei- i I. n- -r OLD KY. ROUTE Baltlmoro, Now York, IS k 18-H- J Washington, Philadelphia i, Kentucky GeniralR.R. jer iitic Knt -- 1 1. Pl j Seuth-Ilound- - '' I ;p ... W Sltlc.' try . -- 1 111 r- - '"llPa .... - - 1 Tcr. .. Noilh-Ilosin- ... d. 1 ."! 1 thtt hppl-liO.Hii- ll i iliril-liuss- 111 1 tlL 111 tr Vhl8, nud-do- IU & No - c 1 THROUGH TRUNK & WEST Atlanta, ..w-.- t. ioa. Little and 1 Only one change to points in POSTED. -- - - ARKANSAS & TEXAS. EMIGRANTS Seeking hometon the line of this road will receive Special rates. -See agents ot this Company for rates, routes pur-pos- This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our lands without per. mission, as nil such will ho prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Signed: II. W. GAINES. I. II, McKINVKV Mr. SA.MKORD IRWIN, TOIIN G. LYNN'' Mr. ALICE TUCKER. C"M,,iU,C.P.ATMOIlE.O.P LouUsillc, .&T.A., Ky. fcfc.BwSSk. m,.IcSrkylV)'s. MALICE J. Vi'rfiSfc DAUOlVifAX.